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Money, Mines & Commerce. Stocks and Shares. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Money, Mines & Commerce. Stocks and Shares. (By ASMODELS.) The country lias sustained a disappoint ment so far as weather prophesies? go. for it was confidently expiated that the inrc diction of the metcoroloeists that rain would come over in bounteous showers from Western Australia would mature. There «n be no denying that the out look to-day over Australia i.» dotidedly de pressing from the standpoint of the. pas toralist and the fanner. Cold facts will Sow have to he fic-cnl. The fizzle will coon '? disappear frofii the economics of *tbe Fisher-O'Mal'cy school cf ' poli ticians. The majority of the banks in Australasia to-day are offering 4 per cent, for long-term deposits. Three great, in stitutions have rrtaincti U-e 31 per cent. rate; but the effect !:3.s fv.-on felt by the customers of the hanks in very many in stances. Kates -t advances jiave either been moved up or the liiarEin of accom modation has been narroivM. In other words, the banks are taking a pull all roun...

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LONDON QUOTATION'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

- LOXDON QUOTATiON-S. Mrssrs. Clarke k Co., Grenfell 6trcqt, have received the following quotations from London, dated May 10, 5 .p.m.:— Broken I!;H?. 50/P; Norths, £3 17/6; Block 10, 45/6; Amalgamated Zinc 35/; Meant. Elliotts. £5 16ft; Great Cobars. 95/ 7J; Bonlrt Morgans, 57/6; Moont LyeUs, 32/9; Chjilagoes, 5/4}; Hnnganas, 1/71; Sons of Gwalia, vfl/6; Cwalia Consolidated, 9d.; t^iion SteainshipsJ 65/; Souths (paid), £7 14/4J bu?eri Zinc .(ii«)rJ D/6 -buyeri' B.T1. S«a»- Es-j tended, 3/6 buja*; copper, £70 15/. ?' ; Messrs. Clarke - £ ' Co.,' Crcnfcll street, ? liavc ™»™ the foOpniag quotations fronx London rnnal-brpkcrs, dated. May. 10, 5:45 p.m. :^4SiUer,' 2/4; lead, £K. 11/3, (forward): spelter, £25:15/; copper, £70 15S tin, ' £211 15'. - *

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SATURDAYS BUSINESS ON THE ADELAIDE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

SATURDAYS BUSINESS ON THE ADELAIDE- EXCHANGE. The market was .extremely dull,' and the business affected -was of small dimensions. In silver-lead stocks- Broken . Hills and Block L0, in sympathv with the slightly better feeling in London, improved ?lid. and 1/ respectively. 'Junction. North and ?North were unchanged. Block 14 and Bri-. tish met With- light attention- -at. slightly1 easier prices. Junctions were in moderate demand without alteration on previous at£s. ' 'Die 6nly movements effected in copper shares were in Mount- Elliott ? at 2/6lhigber in value, and Wallaroo at a few' pence on the better side of Friday's rates. Trading in- Westralianp. was confined to a fe\v stocks, viz.. Links, Chaffers,' Birth day Gift-, Luke View Star, and Sweet William, showing no alteration in value. The only sale iu investments was Soufli Australian Gas at £12 4/6. Radium Ex traction were sold at 27/6. The following lists give the fluctuations of values dur ing tho week from May 6 to Saturday, ...

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Stock Exchange Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Stock Exchange Notes. fierieir of.'^hare market, Hay 6 to 3-iay 11:— Tlie coiptihued -weakness of the Ijod don market' and a lowerins 'of values in the metal market, was the cause ? of a de pression- on the local -escliange in siiv.cr lead ? and copper lines. On Thursday a brighter outlook was displayed in , ton donj which '?ftjis reflected ' here on' Friday. Junction, as 'lately, was the tnost -active, and the number of shares- that were ex cliaagcd eifceeded a5,000. They de clned from '38/8 to 8/2. improving on Friday to around 8/6. The work done undergrpnnil'!m this mine -during the half year has beep.-.mo3t successful from, every point of view. The new mullock pass from tHe surface has been completed, re sultingt in' a ^sronderfuj improvement on the old. method of filling, and reducing the cost by', ebout 75 per cent, on the previous prohibitive cost.: Attention ? has been comceBtrated on the workings above the 775 ft. level north of Browne's shaft, 'With the'resnlt that reserve...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

qOMMERCIAL. JA note* of disappointment has been Bpundcd during the week- at- the absence of ' tUc loiig-espectea 'anil. * mudniesSred chance of weather— 4o .rain, although. Western Australia has enjoyed tour or five days df genorai but 'light downpour. ' The high esperieBced^over -the yholc ofi; eastern and porthcrn 'Australia has forc-,| ed back the low iht«Tthe Southern Ocean. ;) and that., depression' is now reported, as . off Tasmania, so that atleast for the.feme j being we have: lost the lienefit. of tfte | change. ' ..».-. i j ?-. . ' I Wheat.— Local .market is sorocwhat.| weaker than at' close' of last 'wecfe-, and ?- in some instances buying limits- have been/i mduced from a iiaifpennv to a penny, but i this movement. cannot w. cabled general,! as in some instances buyers desyre seeur- ; ing supplies and' have . kept limits at 4/ j per bushel on trucks or afloat, Pott'Ade-:i laidc. Quotation ran therefore be given as from 3/11 to 4/ Port Adelaide, and 3/10% to.3/Jl% Wallaro...

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Wool. PROSPECTS OF THE SEASON. (Written Exclusively for "The Mail.") [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Wot!. PROSPECTS OF THJ-3 SEASON. (Written Exclusively -ior 'The Mail.') : Deficient rainfall is the only fly in the woolgrowers' ointment at the present time. In such a big country, witn its man v diverse climates, it if? only on rare occaaons that no district is jo - irouoie, Ijui at the -present time droughty con ditions are spread otfer a seriously, large area, and there is.no getting away from the fact that the weather croakers liave their first opportunity for years to cry 'I told yon eor ? . . ? ' „. Part* of Queensland are bad. the K»^e rina and Darling River districts as well as northern Vietoria. and. a large part of Sooth Australia, are in a bad way. There Ts time yet for Victoria and tins Stete'to receive the necessary rainfall' to thrrt 1912: irito a lair- year; but , a. really good one is no?c; otit of the -piestion_so far as the lambing is concerned^ - The poation . of i' the TIarling and Riverina countrj- is. fast becoming hopeless. Al 'readv'the lambing estimates for...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

SHIPPlNnl Scnuplior'. Sstnrdav. Mcy , 11-^-Time* -rf ^Er* ' J arid tovr i\-atcr »UmW*J-.t«milaj. May 12— mm m vrater, S.« -ajii.;''b1gb titter, i-5 p.m. = 1 AKRIVKD.— Mav .11. Jlacedonis. R.M.S.. 5.247 toi*. C. P- «^£- R.X.H., from. Wnilon via pori^.' K!d?r, aqrlni. ?ml Co., K^onts. ?- - - ? 4. - U-W \m.: «0 tons, .ahirclri.-9-i. iim Bw Espmibn {Tfcsmtnia). -G. **1H» -i Co.. agoOa. li-Ispse, sell., TS tons.' McKW-'Uin,' frani ootet. ? S.WLRO.— Ma}' '1I-; Bii-prina, . K:t f* U'caMnT,- Atajsli? ? ; Hd^oIaiKJ, ».. for ^Wboupic. . —r^ l-ofs.^t, *., -for I.i»-^n-ool. ' . ? ' Jimo, s., f&r ' Stsn*»u»v. J - -s Winfidld. v., for oattom StatrsJ'ia/P^t Pfrie. Lanimoroo, £., Tor Eastern .Srme.* i^ijPort Pttte.* Warra'svee. s..' for Ediafljirr^-..-- ? .: Kantta. *.. Kaagaroo Island. ? . . Koorinsa. f.. ArdrosMn. . .. ?— .t^ Paring, s.. Spjnrrr't Gnir r*)-i*- W& ?Herhcri,' *.; -SprticM's . Uali ;- ports. S ^ «gj dipobts:— M?yii' y, .- am JJac«lonia. f.Tiin-IvirwJoii an.'.fjc.lpmb...

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TO-DAY'S MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

Tb-DAr-slMELBOrKik MARKET. .. : .... , „ ' ' 'JIKXBOt-RXE,' May '11. v^rH™^? Trus^. £14 15/; Uomniercut Bank, mm idi^u i*' *°IIcr 15/'' Federal .Building, S1/? *'lw'' Modem, 39/, -40/; Goldsbrongh;M/6; ^^'^3rust'^/ie: Equity. Trustee, 21/ S. imo* 5[™tec'' 24/6--B:; ]-niu Bay (pref.). 15/3 ^- AdfiOUIje Tram. 42/; .Silverton Tram, Ztl' i^Z Va»««naliie Brewery, 12/ rS.; Bamet SW;-5«|- A.). 22/ S.; -Howard Smith, 20?10 oart, Parker .-pneT.),-l3 3, 13'4; Melbourne Klec llu^hJ'1'*.-1!^ ^»*. 58/. «/: Swallows, ^^'J1/Z-J?'9' -Potrir's, 3/6, S/ei.Anial BamatM Zmev-S3J9, 34/6;.Harflpd™, 33,9; Mount JjeUiJ133'' SS/B: JoUnsoh, 3lT; Tasman, 5d., r2&J?Srt,2i!B*e- ' S5-'6 s-: Bullfinch, i.1/j, il/: tt&sC'&gar- £is 'v- -is: cafi1 *SkH'3!2S? WSS actir-1. especially in Ararat ~2S*C?2LVL* *Dod dcrelopment in thcCaih ^ Cental JIUnA jg^res doubled their prices ^^Wai^11 ' a'a ^ood'ttadc was done in MELBOCBXE MABKET. ^i^!S^' f'7,C: irard & C°- 'a™ supplie.1 us ir. ^f J»jlow...

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THE LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

THt LOXDOX MARKET.' ' . ' 'Messrs. S. C.' TTaxd & Co. have, supplied us With the following- London- quotations, dated Mar 10:— I'nion Steamships. 55/ middle; Brp kerl Hills, 50/9' middle; Norths, £5 17/6 middle: Block 10, 45/6 middle; Amalgamated ' ZiHc, *S5/ middle: Mount ElUote, £5 16/3 middle; Co bars, S5/7f middle: Mount Monrans, -57/6 mid dle: Mount Lyells, 32/9 middle; ChilUgoe (con.), 5/4}' middle: -Munganas, '1/74 middle; Hainnden Cloncurrr, 33/6 middle; British ;(61d), 58/6 mid dle; South Kaglnrlis, 9/ middle; Lake View Conrols, '10/3 middle; Gwalias, 21/6 middle: Gwalia (eon.)'. M. - middle. Buyers— South (paid), £1 UlU buyer; Zinc (ord.), 9/6 buyer; South Extended, 3/6 buyer.

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

CHAPTER- V. As soon as Mrs. Layard left the Temple she 'hgilg-T a taxi-cab . and drove to . the hotel in Bloomsbury where they were staying. Agnes .was. seated in .the hall, and ran towards her mother as soon as she appeared. 'Is it all right?' she asked anxiously. 'Let us go to our room,' Mrs. Layard answered, and led the way to the left. *gnwi threw quick, nervous glances at her mother, and was not relieved by the expression on her face. She knew- -her: mother's every mood, and understood that there were difficulties ahead.' 'Have vou seen Basil?' she asked. 'No. 'We are to go to the Temple after lunch. But I saw young Swayne. 'Yes?' ? i', ? ' -. 'I -am afraid that Basil may prove troublesome. You T#ill have to use 'all Tour wits, and act with the greatest cau tion. I am glad to say that, although the bank has gone wrong, there will still be some three or four thousand pounds a year. Of course that isn't wealth, but vou can manage comfortably enough on it.' 'Then what is troubling...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

CHAPTER IV. _J0leoffrey Swayne lived in the Temple, 9b chambers being on the top floor of No. ? fcnuB-Court, As be had driven thence from Paddinston his attention had been attracted by the cries of the newsboys, and when he reached home he had mas tered the simple facts of Sylvester's death. His uist thought was of his friend, and what he could do to help him in his trou ble, but the position seemed hopeless. However, he busied himsoif with the gas stove, and when Basil arrived the sound of cooking greeted hm, Swayne appeared, and pointed to the sitting room. 'I nave read the papers, jTou needn't talk. Take a pew, and HI bring the 'grub' in,' he said peremptorily, and his commands were obeyed. The table was deftly laid and the meal served. 'I can't eat,' Basil eaid miserably. 'Don't be an ass. You'll want all your strength. Come along.' And Basil forced Viimgplf to swallow the food, accompanied by a stin whisky and soda. Afterwards they seated themselves in armchairs and lighted the...

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SERIAL STORY. THE RED STREAK. CHAPTER III. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

SERIAL. STORY. THE RED STREAK. By WILMOT KAYE. . CHAPTER m. (Continued). When he returned the car was waiting, and they started off at once for Exeter, where they would catch an espress_ to London. At the station there -was just time to send off a telegram to Mr. Foster, the family solicitor, announcing the time of their arrival, and then corcxaenced a journey that nrovea to be tedious in the extreme. Basil had no inclination to talk, for all the time he was speculat ing as to what could have happened to cause the sending of each a telegram. Once he glanced at his watch, and saw that it was midday— and he had expected to be standing by Agnes's side at the altar. 'To Sir Stephen.' 'What is be doing at the police sta tion?' . . , Mr. Foster'* face was expressive of deep ?ympathy. 'Sir Stephen asked me to tell yon as little as possible. He wishes to make his own explanation-' 'Is my father a prisoner' cams the ?harply Bjjnken question. 'Yes.' 'On what charge?' 'Really, Mr. Basil, I wis...

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INSTRUCTOR WANTED FOR FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

INSTRUCTOR WANTED FOR FIJI. Applications will dose on May 27 at district headquarters for the post of drill instructor (single man) to the Fijian Go vernment. The salary offered is £150 per annum, rising by annual increments of £10 to £200 and £30 house allow ance and uniform. The duties of thiB instructor will be to give instruction to the members of the various rifle clubs and cadet corps within the colony in rifle exercises, squad and company drill, and musketry, with, an occasional simple tac tical problem; and. if possible, machine gun work and signalling. In adoition, he will be required to assist the supervising officer, and most have a good office ex perience-

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OUTPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

rtTTTPnBTR ;. EOBE.— Amved: May ll-^&nbore. 'SeacaancWS BEACHPOET.— SaUed: May Tl— Kin^c; ^RbrtE Adelaide. ? WALtABOO. — Atrlfefl: iiiylO—itO'S rialta, CoweU- Sailed: - May 10— MapaU*, ?*«*-« ports; Kaitban, Hobarfe 'EDrTHBDBfiaI.^BaBeiig Hay 11— fiooyppp, llribotirr(ft- P0BT : WA3IE-I JTKTJ).— Sftived: Hay .JWW t«ifl tffljy; JMT.l Port ' Adclbidc. - .SaHed: ',JUjr-i)ffir*«icy. S'*! AdelaldcTT. ? .;. ,''.7-'-jc-\\ J ,';' ' VJ Kdvin.i Karray Bridge; -ITeUtt. wiwlirfcn. {BaB^ j Mai- Ifr^-Kelrin; BlanclietoShr '»elH^ iUxam i .Bridge.; : - '' ? ? '? :« . '' '-? ' J .1

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AMERICAN CLOVE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

AMERICAN CLOVE CAKE. 2 cups nour %-teaspoon clove es %-cup molasses eenee, cinnamon %-cup butter Nutmeg %-cup milk 2 eggs. 2 cups raisins Mix- all -these ingredients well gradually, and bake in the usual way.

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MUSICAL NOTES. ALFRED HILL AND MAORI MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

MUSICAL NOTES. . ? u ? ALFPJED HILL AND MAORI MUSIC. It is a matter for congratulation that Messrs. William Silver and Eugene Alder man have decided to resume their cham ber music recitals this month at the Town Hall Banqueting Room. An item of musi cal interest to local connoisseurs will be the introduction of Alfred Hill's 'Maori Sonata' at the opening concert. Mr. Hill, who is not so well known here as in Sydney and New Zealand, is a composer of originality and standing, and has been closely identified with the musical life of our eastern States and the Dominion for many years. After having achieved distinction in his native land, he pro ceeded to Sydney, and was appointed con ductor of the Sydney Liedertafel in suc cesion to the late John Delaney, one of Australia's most cultured musicians, and while in that position he worthily main tained the high traditions of the society as a musical power in the mother State. Mr. Hill nas already achieved success as a composer, and his 'Moo...

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TO CLEAN A WHITE SERGE SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

TO CLEAN A WHITE SERGE SKIRT. Cleaning White Serge.-r-'Al' would like to know the most satisfactory way of cleaning a white serge ekirt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

SANDERSON'S FINE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY. Agents— SEPPELTS. DRINK 0 SEDNA AND SMILE AGAIN. Agents— SEPPELTS. MAELOR- JONES & PATERSON. UNLEY. £750. Close to the Oral, and about five minutes from -ar. This is a T^p™fJ*£jf£ Seven-roomed House. On two sides there we S°« *£« W-|UK, dahs: Every convenience inade. Laundry, Ce'*r« 1Sptne% Electric Light, Copper built in- The Land measures 50 x 178. NORTH ADELAIDE. £585. , ' A pretty Stone House . Fire good Booms.Everything in tiptop jwder. ^,*r****' Handy to O'ConneU street. Well worth inspection. Dont come too late. EAST ADELAIDE. £1150. In First avenue. We can now offer this very superior Eight-roomed, B«fc. denee. The House is very sohd-not a sign of a crack. The -™enox ? is most beautifully papered and decorated. Fretty, well-Seps uaroen Don't miss this opportunity. ' - MAYLANDS. £650. ' ' '_ fm.t « Just off the Fayneham road. This very natty Villa, pretty fieestone front; Mr good fiboms.. charming little Garden. Modem design sad con...

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REAL PROPERTY. WORK IN PROGRESS. WHAT THE ARCHITECTS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WORK IN PROGRESS. WHAT TEE ARCHITECTS iRE DOUG. Good progress is being made with the extensive alterations to Messrs. Barford and Eons' soap and candle factory in Start street, which bare been designed by Messrs. Siblcy & Wooldridge. The work was started last October, but in dustrial difficulties delayed ita early pro gress. Mr. C. H. Martin is the contrac tor. The important work of adding to the buildings of the Adelaide University is expected to be finished before the end of the year. Messrs. Woods & Bagot are the architects in the matter, acd report that the work in connection with the second contract, which is in the hands of Jlr. J. T. Browne, is going well ahead. The Gas Company's new building in King William street has been going up fast since the new year, and the work has reached the third story. This also is in Messrs. Woods & Bagotf s hands, the contractor being Mr. C. H. Martim. .,- - ?,??-.??? «t ? — * * * ?». -- -?- -??? ? ??? ??? -i. *?— ?????....

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WHEN "AMACHOORS" SEEK THE FOOTLIGHTS. A Scene in the Office of Robert Shepherd in the "King's" Theatre a day before the Amateur Trials. (Robert Shepherd seated at his desk.) Enter Office Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912

WHEN 'AMACHOORS' SEEK THE FOOTLIGHTS, A Scene in the Office ol Robert Step herd in me 'King's' Theatre a day before the Amateur Trials. (Robert Shepherd seated at his desk:) Enter Office Boy. Office Boy— Mr. Shepherd, the Ama choors are here. '' ' . Mr. Shepherd— All right; send them in one at a time. ' - (Enter Kitty Beatem, weight 200 Ib.) Kitty— How do yon do, Mr. Shepherd? I want to do a trial to-morrow 'night. Mr. S. — What is your particular line? K. — Toe dancing. Mr. S.— Aren't yon a little large for toe dancing? K.— Oh, no! I get around better than skinny girls. Just watch me; that is all I ask of you. Mr.' S.— Well, I shall give you an order to go on, but I shall not be responsible for what happens. K.— Do ? not lose any rest about what will happen. I can take care of myself. My husband is a prizefighter, and I take care of him, so I guess you need not worry about me. (Enter Percy Chesterfield. Slightly built youth with long hair and immaculate clothes.) Percy— Mr. Shepher...

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