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FOOTBALL. THE LEAGUE. POET V. STURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
FOOTBALL THE LEAGUE. POET V. STURT. Supporters of the Port Adelaide Club, who have covetous eyes on this year's pre miership, and^vith good reason, too, flock ed to the Adelaide Oval in full force on Saturday to witness the contest between Port and Start. The latter had already sported colour with ill-success, but Port ?were out for the first time in the 1912 season, and, anticipating, a great game, football lovers turned up to the number of about 8,000. FIRST QUARTER. ' Dunne, owing- to injury, was unable to strip- for Start, -and Head was dropped frptli -m*fr«*' Tlinft^TI ? , - ? ? -— :--}: ~_i -v-^ ? a^ . '^jCSe Port 4e6m Tconeeled * bf TJf.' C: 'Befc- tison, -E. j: Callinah, C-T. Cocks (cap tain), A. Congear, J. S. Dickeon, F. I. Hansen (vice-captain), S. H. Knapman, J. Londrigan, W. Mahoney, S. J. Magor, H. G. McEwen, A. McFariane, P. O'Grady, H. W. Oliver, H. V. Pope, H, F. Bose, and J. W. Hobertson. Start were able to put-in Fox, Mcbaugh tin, and Hewett to strengthen their te...
NORTH V. NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
NORTH V. N0EW00D. Ideal football weather greeted these twt» teams for their first match. The day was gloriously fine, and the -few showerf which had fallen had fdven the turf 'just that springiness which footballers love and which adds greatly to. the enjoyment of the game from their point of. view. : The Norths had left out White, Jerris, and Russell from the. 21 selected: by them ear lier in the week— and G. Stephens was omitted from the 19 chosen by Norwood It was 3 o'clock when Uinpire Coleman bounced the; leather. Norths startled kick ing towards the Osmond terrace end, and Norwoods, towards the Parade. Norwoods ' attacked, .but Ewers got a free, jsmd re lieved for a while. .Norwoods continues to attack-, and L. Chamberlain got a free, . ' and placekicked No. l'for Norwood from a sHght angle. ' Off again MUlhonse for warded, but Gole sprang no and took a' great mark, and. Bent it- back. Norths now attacked -for a time, butjy. Ste1 'phens .- was bea^ng.. t^?CTii X^rV i^V'f^tfwyw...
WEST V. SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
WEST V. SOUTH. The Jubilee Oval was the location of the match between the two city teams this afternoon, and the turf was in- fair order for the great winter game. Everything pointed to a keen contest, both teams being very confident, and a good crowd of lusty ?'ban-ackers' of both sides assembled. Umpire Smith officiated in the centre, while Bailey and Colyer were placed on the boundary. The teams tvere as foDovr:— West— a'Court, Beck, Dailejr, Dowiing, Art and Alec Coclin, Hele. Head, Moore, McCarthy Oakley, Pierce, Eoban, Kearnes, Keegan, Harding, Dxvyer. and Slattery. South (from) — Davey, Davreon, Duanc, Dngan, Gucrin, Hollow, Hanley, A. Job, -Jones, Keen, McKee, O'ConnelL Rounsevell, Schedlich, Stopford, Windsor, Wallace, SOUTH KICKING WELL. Sooth Adelaide were unfortunately minus their brilliant captain (Tredrea) — be is suffering from a poisoned finger — and Windsor acted in bis stead. The opening rucks were:— West Ade laide, Moore, Slattery, and Dowling (roving); South Adel...
THE MONORAIL ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 11 May 1912
THE MONORAIL ON THE FARM. In a country like South Australia where large areas of land are being opened up and where facilities for transport have to be provided so as to expeditiously and economically carry produce from the land to the nearest markets, every means whereby this can be accomplished de- mands the closest inspection and trial. In many countries the monorail has &nbsp; been put to conisderable use in handling farm produce. So far as Australia is con- cerned it is practically a novelty, but in the mallee country several miles of this means of transport were laid down last year, and the system proved itself an eco- nomical means of handling the season's wheat. In the mallee country east and south of the Murray, and also on the large &nbsp; tracts of country along the west coast which are to be served by running through them main lines of railway, doubtless this system of transport will commend itself to those who are dealing with the ques- tion of efficient...
THE WEST COAST. RECENT OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
THE WEST COAST. ? EECENT OBSERVATIONS. An enthusiast regarding the possibilities ©f the west coast is Mr. K'. H. Claston, of Jieprs. Poynton & Claxton, who lias just retained from a trip to that part of the State. The journey tras made via Fort liqcoln to Streaky Bay, and from there to. Denial Bay l-y the coast route; the retain to Streaky Bay was by the back track. 'We had an opportunity of seeing the country at the very worst time of the year,' said Mr. Claston, in an interview. 'Brit I was more than erer impressed with the great future that is before it. ? What impresses one mostly is the even Bees of the country. For a distance of fiO or'7d miles there is hardly an acre not fit for cultivation, and ploughing is in fan swing as far back as 40 miles from Btreaky Bay. THE LAND QUESTION. 'There have been many misstete ?oentB,' he added, 'with regard to iand ?peculations and speculators in the past, The . position is really this:— An art* of.- many hundreds of square miles _,...
ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
ENGAGEMENT... The engagement is announced of Miss Kathleen Vmrace Lawrance, elder daugh ter of Mr. Charles V. Lawrance, of Ade laide, to Mr. Kingsley F. Eagar, eldest son of the late «Rev. A. R. Eagar, D.D., M-A-, late vicar of St. Gorran, Cornwall, formerly of County Kerry, ' Ireland.
CANALS IN A BALLROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
$ANAj$«;A WM^mOHL ^ihe mask* fancy .dress ball which was the feature of -4hej past winter in Paris promises to continue during the coming summer season. Several wtriknig balls are projected. First sat ' foremost is the great direetoire balL or- I ganised on the lines of the Shatospesre \ coronation ball in London on behalf flf \ the military air fund. The Comtesse Sfi' J Chateaubriand is giving a Thousand and One Nights ball, which promises to be extremely brilliant. It is reported that a ' princess well known in Paris society, in tends to make her entrance riding on a' real elephant and escorted by a train off coal-black negroes wearing turbans end - gaudy robes. ? -, , :-?..,-. - _ .. f-, rThe young Duchesse de Clezmont Tonr : /i nere is planning a Venetian ball.' The' DaHrooni will represent' a* numatore. -Ven* ice with canals, along which the gnesti will be rowed in gondolas, while the pio farresque costumes of mediaeval \fenic- ' - will be prescribed for all those pimuui.
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
WEDDING. Macdonald-Faterson— Wilson. The . Rev. James Welsh, of Mount Barker, officiated on Saturday afternoon at the marriage of Miss Alice Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Wilson, Hahndorf, with Mr. J. Macdonald-Paterson, of Walgett, New South Wales. The ceremony took place at St. John's Church, Halifax street. The bride, 'who was given' 'away by her brother, wore a charming gown of white silk crepe, softly draped with lace in a picturesque shape. Her exquisite veil was Brussels lace, and she carried a posy of carnations and cactus dahlias, trio of maids formed a pretty picture. Miss Wilson was attended by a trio of maids— Misses Elsie Wilson (her sister), Miss Gwen Hughes, and Miss Daisy Adey. Mrs. Elsie Wilson was in heliotrope silk, with large hat of the same shade, and carried a Bbower bouquet of shell-pink carnations and fern. The other brides maids wore white silk dresses, white lace hats, and had small posies of Cecil Bran ner roses. Mr. F. L. Wall was best man. After the ceremony ...
The Realm of Women [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
! The event of principal interest this inonth in the at home at Government flouse, for which His Excellency the Go vernor and Lady Bosanquet nave issued invitations for Tuesday evening, May 28. OTifin in July the Governor-General, Lady Denman, and suite will be the guests of Sir Day and Lady Bosanquet, all of whom iwiH be present at the mayoral ball, to be iield in the Exhibition Building on Wed nesday evening, July 10. The spacious 'kail, which will bp decorated with a clever Hevice representing a Japanese garden, in Jphich cherry blossom, trees, and bowers , M wistaria will mingle with brilliantly Coloured lights. The instrumental music drill be more evenly supplied throughout 'the building, with a bandstand promi nently erected in the centre of the hall — *%11 a-bk-wing and a-growing' in a set ' ting of effective floral decorations. So cially the ball promises to be a brilliant success. As to the youngest members of society, the Mayor (Mr. Langdon Bonython) is giving them their f...
HEALTH MARRIAGE. Doctor's Certificate Exacted. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
HEALTH MARRIAGE. Doctor's Certificate Exacted. At the Cathedral of St.. Peter anfi St. I'aul in Chicago tbis week (telegraphed the 2few York correspondent of the. Lon don ''Dailv Mail' on April 10) are .being solemnised the first marriages under a new 'echeme recently announced by; the dean and chapter, by which no floppies will be married there in future ^unless they come to church provided with) a' cer tificate of good health. : ! TV announcement of the CaSJjedral authorities that the marriage service; must safeguard so far as possible the .genera tions to come has been tridely criticised by clergymen and others, who ha^' main tained 'that the church has notfang to do with eugenics. It is argued iifoat if certificates of health arc to be infnmbent on -candidates for matrimony ther? should be supervised by the civil authorities be fore a marriage licence is issued] .; Dean Sumner, of Chk-ago, declares that, notwithetamding the criticiBms, Jbe will persist in the new policy. He skys...
HEART MACHINE. Reduction of Rapid Pulsation. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
HEART MACHINE. Reduction of Rapid Pulsa tion. ? ._* An electrical apparatus which will.^pro-.. vide an effective limitation of the worlds famous heart .treatment at Nauheim, in Gennany, has (iwrites tlic\inedieal-corrcs-' pondent of the London' TJaily Slail') just been installed in tbe new clectrb therapcutic department of Mrttdl^ei -'Hos- pital, Jjondou. The apparatus is a simple adaptation of_ a --high-power batten* and induction coil with a metronome (a clockwork: in strument for marking time) inserted in ,the secondary circuit. A metallic needle attached to the metronoms dip's into a Sittle cup of mercury at each swing _ of the metronome's jpendujuui, and during contact the secondary- circuit if complet ed so that a series of rapidiy interrupted currents papses through it.. . 'file apparat^is is deviaod to convert large groups ot muscles -of the body or limbs into ''secondary hearts' by causing them to 6rlntract and r-?lax at intervals roughly eorrrsporiding;' to tim beats of th...
LOCKING EXPERT. Captain Johnson's Work. RENMARK, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
LOCKING EXPERT. Captain Johnson's Work. RENMAKK, . May .18. Captain Johnson, the American expert who has been specially, engaged by the Government in connection with, theloeking of the Murray, arrived to-day bv coach nan uiowilla. As the river on the New feouth Wales side has 'not been surveyed w- the same extent as in South Australia it was deemed advisable to survey the f?81*?011 of it. Captain Johnson and Mr. H. Eaton (the surveyor] r travereed*the river Irom'Moorna, which- is 'above Lake Victoria, by the aid of a rowing boat to Chowxlla, »t which spot Mr.. Eaton, who was not .well left and came on to Ren mark by road. Captain Johnson came 2^ } H r(?nte bv coach- The river. ™J .''f n«n a foot probably from Barrenjack .as the , result vf the oessa enabled the boat to .navigate the stream without trouble, the ong1 JdifficMtr- *-i penenced being that the party had tt f '^Jd fi W° n^^TWeh were nn prepared for The. residents wbo haw met Captain .Johnson, are ^impressed with his busine...
VICTORIAN MINISTRY. The Portfolios. MELBOURNE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
VICTORIAN MINISTRY. ^e Portfolios. . MELBOURNE, May IS. The portfolios in the hew 'Ministry- -nil be allotted as follows:—; : Premier — Mr. Watt. Chief Secretary and Minister for T,ahn«r — Air. Murray. . . Minister for Railways and Minister -for Forests— Mr. McBride. . - Minister for Water Supply and Agricul ture — Mr. Graham. ? ' . Attorney : and Solicitor.-. .General— Mr Brown. Minister for Lands— Mr. MpKenzie. , Minister for Public Instruction— Mr. Billson. Minister for Works and Healtk-rMr.; Edgar. Honorary Ministers— Messrs. Baillieu Thompson, Cameron, and Hugelthome.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
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LOCAL STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
local srtcK rtsfetes. Cattle Markets-It was pleasing totaott an improvemeit In the -quality, of ^th* consignments '^offered for sale this Sijsek. _ There were S& yarded, the -majority Snap the ' north, iar nprth, arid western .Ne^r, ; South Wales. ,. Values Were .about 'tie same as Jast . week.. . ?.-....: Sheep.— The numberoffered was (.con siderably larger 'than at the last sale,' jwi ; as in the case .of cattle, quality sorts;w«*« much more in evidence. .Abtrat 2$»;wefci bought for freezing or ', export pujyuat^ ? and another lot of 780 were sheared fin shipment to Western. - Austtfafia. .-Lmt ; week's -prices were weU , mamtained/ a^kd Borne prime wethers from Wood's Tiaa/k and Mount Remarkable reaSsed 34/. Tl» yarding numbered 13,148. ' . . . Lambs.-;-3,427 penned.' On aecoosfc.~«£ . the larger number ^ offered compeii&go was not so keen, and_prices were a'liikCle easier. Some extra choice, lots, however, were knocked ddwn at good prices, ;aa high as 21/ being '...
THE HORSE'S FOOT. Some Common Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
THE HORSE'S FOOT. ? ? O ? 1 Some Common Troubles. (By 'VET.') (Written exclusively for 'The Mafl.**) Sand crack appears in different posi tions — toe, heel, quarter, and bar. There is a splitting of the horn fibre due to brittleness and malnutrition, or the re sult oi injury to the horn-6eereting tis sue in the region of the coronet. Sand cracks may begin at the coronet or at the bearing surface margin of the wall, and they .may be shallow or deep, oc casionally penetrating to the sensitive parts and producing severe lameness. On the hind feet sand cracks are commonly found in the toe, in the forefeet gener ally at the quarters and the inside. The causes of sand crack are numerous. Horses with dry, brittle, and shelly feet are predisposed to the trouble, and ap pear to form a sand crack on the slight est provocation. - Horses with, high heels jand a badly developed frog may also spring a sand crack near . the bars. Straight walls, injuries, severe strain on walls of hoof, particular...