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MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

MELBOURNE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 18. Bank of Sew South Wales, £«_»/ seller; Coa ™; 3^ Cnton. «T 100/; Ck*dArough, 43/3, ^er- Melbourne Tram, 40/6^ ;41/; 'divert** ? 'ffi/tl tara^topa's. 5J10: buyer; Mount l&i «d ? Made Range, 21/ tuyer; Bullfinch, ^The^market has been brisk, with a tendency on Uie part of investments to Jase, owing to 2? ^J™? of rain. Melbourne Trains re £tD^crs have been gambling ^tatam andDaylesford stocks. The latter are weak. Messrs- S -C. Ward & Co. have supplied TO withthi following Melbourne quotations, dated 'lloiSnl -Amalgamated Zinc, 33/9 sales; old fT^GoWsbrough, Mort, 43/3 buyer, 43/6 seller; £«?& JonS 27/9 Twyer; Xelboume Elec Sf (ord.),' 24/6 buyer.

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LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Friday, May IB, 5.25 p.BU Broken Hills, 48/6. Xorth, £5 ll/10i. Tens, 46/3.. British, 57/3. . Zinc Corporation, 9/10}. . . Sulphides, 24/3. Mount Elliott, £5 15/. Cobar, 95/74'. Morgan, 57/. Amalgamated Zinc, 33/6. Briseis, 8/10*. . Lyells, 33/3. Chillagoe, 5/'i. Hungana, 1/9. Hampdens, 36/3. South Extended, 3/4}. Horseshoes, 51/3. Associated, 6/10J. Northern, 5/4J. ?? ? Perseverance, 3/3. ? -? ' METAL MARfiET. SUrer, 2/4 7-16. Lead, £16 11/3 (forward). Copper, £74. Tin, £212 10/. Spelter, £25 15/. Messrs. Clarke & Co., GrenfeU tOttt/t, have received the following quotations from London metal brokers, dated May 17, 5.30 p.m. :-Silve^ 9/4 7-]fi; lead, £16 11/3 (forward); spelter, £25 15/; copper, £74; tin, £212 10/.

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LONDON MARKET FLUCTUATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

LONDON MARKET FLUCTUATIOXS. Broken Hills, 50/9. 49/9, 50/3, 49/. Norths, £5 17/6, £5 12/6. Tens, 45/6, 45/, 49/3, 46/9. An^iganiated Zinc, 35/, 34/. British, 58/6, 57/9, 58/3, 58/. ffii,3^X6^£?/3£5 13/9. £5 15/7}. Cobar, 97/6, 93/9, 96/3. Chillagoe, 5/4i. Horseshoes, 51/3. Chaffers, lOJd. Links, 2/3, 2/1J. Stars, 2/6. Consols, 10/3. Associated, 6/101, 6/9. Sons of Gwalia, 21/6. Gwalia Consolidated, 9a. Northern, 5/3. Kalgurli. 48/9.' Ivanhoe. 88/9. . Boulders, 12/6, 12/. Perseverance, S/li- '* ?? ?-- METALS, Spelter, £25 15/. .

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SOCIAL NOTES. GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SOCIAL NOTES. GUESTS. At the Grand Central.-Mr. Moor&in, m- P^8!;*0^, Mr- -''d M«-: Sinaldo, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Bannister, Mr. mm Mrs. Johnston, Mr. Shaw, Mr. Nankervis Mr. Hall, Dr., Mrs.; and Miss Verne xT' wiS?*?* Mrs- Ktehet* and family, Mr. Webb, Mrs. Peterswald. Miss Emery Mr. Cannak. Mr. Whitney, /Mr. and Mrs' Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Humblecroft (Miss Margaret Copper), Miss Gernon, Mr. and Mrs. ShackeL Mr. Wood, Mr. and Mrs Doolette and family, Mr. Kelsey, Mr Gi bert, Mr. Fred Merton, Captajn Thomas. Arrmne— All the leading members of J. C. Williamson's Comic Opera Company also the Chapman-Alexander Company. At the Gresham Hotel.— Mrs. McAree Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. Kruger' Knight. Mrs. Geddes and chile JjF Whyte, Mr. Davies, Mr. Thorns! Mjss Hill, Mr Kae, Mr. and Mrs. Cum nunes, Mr. Treloar, Miss Wellington, Mr Pridmore, Mi\ Ryder, Mr. WoodhilL Mr! Clarke, Mr. Crewes.

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KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

KITCHEN. Any one desiring special recipes or in formation concerning household manage ment is invited to ask for it in this column. Such applications will be printed,, and any reader who possesses the recipe or knowledge asked for is' re ^jnested to furnish it as speedily as pos Wble. Naturally only recipes of_ proven reliability,- should.-, be - cent .in.- JSTomsde plume or initials- -may ie used . to appear in print,, but full name and address must accompany all communications.

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A SATISFACTORY ERASER [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A SATISFACTORY ERASER. Use sandpaper (No. 0 or No. 1) instead of a penknife to erase ink spots or words when writing. It is not only easier, but it leaves a cleaner, smoother Bnrmrr.

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A PRACTICAL SPONGE BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A PRACTICAL SPONGE BAG. An old hot-water bag will make a nse ful and inexpensive receptacle for sponge or wash-cloth when travelling. Cat off the ton to tile desired length and trim off ring at the bottom. Enclose Hie bag -? in a sack made ..of dainty silkoline or other -^ material with a heading having draw; rf* strings, and eecure to tte vdfcatfxsrW**m a few stitches arotmd 1&mSm3B&Sg-?-M prevent shpfaingj; ? -^^m^^MM case can bejooade^of P&mg&gA&mfe-m to match their other irifteffiii* po*4ea-.^ ^CONTINUED ON PAGE.«4 : % | Upstairs and^ / Downstairs. / ^ ? ? o - (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3.* EEWING WITHOUT TACKING ? In making ample garments at home. : about a third of the work, may be saved by using pins. If shirts are to be made cut out as many garments as required, f then wtQe the hemmer ia on the ma chine hem * all the pieces requiring it. ?Next fix all the sleeves, and sew on \nistbands, sew up shoulder seams, pin sleeves in place, and run th...

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THE WOMAN'S LOT. PROBLEM OF A WIFE AS REFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE WOMAITS LOT. EEOBLEM OF A WIFE AS REFORMER. jUixch MiiHiMmiiMH^: haq been caused by the verdict of a Los Angeles court in dis missing a suit for divorce brought by Mrs. Janet. F. Exoeck. the lecturer and writer on The Home - Beautiful.' She charged her husband with cruelty, but the jury after listening to the tatter's story of cold meals and nndaxned socks unanimously nonsuited the plaintiff. 'If my wife,' said the bxtsband, ''had tried to make her own home beautiful in stead of trotting round to tell other people what they ought to do tins trouble would never have arisen.' While the jury were deliberating Mrs. Kroeck pen ned a poem, entitled 'Woman's Lot,' which concluded:—! To believe in the thing yon have hoped for, In spite of the sadden shower. Which only shakes the loosened leaves; From oft the growing flower. Tattered and bruised and drooping, Striving for, heaven knows what, Felled, not fallen, by the wayside, This is a woman's lot! The nonsuited family reformer greeted ...

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Upstairs and Downstairs. HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Upstairs and Downstairs. w ? (By MADGE.) HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLD MANAGE MENT. To dean a Brussels carpet, remove the surface dost with a soft whisk or stiff hair brush. Take up the carpet, hang it over a line, and beat it thoroughly on both sides with a cane carpet bat. The floor of the room having been swept, scrubbed, and dried, replace the carpet and fasten it in position with carpet tacks. If still soiled, clean the carpet with ox galL Take two pails, each filled with dean cold water, and to one add half a pint of ox gall. Treat the carpet in convenient sized portions at a time. Take a piece, wet it with the mixed gall and water, and scrub till a lather is raised. Rinse the lather away with clean water, using a linen cloth; Dry with dear Enen cloths, and proceed in this 'way till the whole carpet has been deaoed. Change toe nosing water fceqnenthj^', When finished open doors aid muSuvm. wide to hasten the drying, sod mid walking over the carpet -while it is at all damp. On a wet day ...

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WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, May 18. BOULDER PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

WESTRALIAN MINING. (By 'Tbe Mail's'' Special Correspondent.) PERTH, May 18. BOULDER PERSEVERANCE. Operations at the Boulder Persever ance Mine for 1911 resulted in a net pro fit of £48,459, which with the unappro priated balance of the previous vear made £68.738 to deal with. An indebtedness to bankers amounting to £18.289 li-ss been paid off, and the broken ore reserve has increased. The unexpected falling off of the values of the ore treated during the past four months renders the payment of a dividend impossible, but the directors state that they will declare one as soon as sufficient funds are in hand. Ore re serves are estimated at 514.684 actual tons, with an average value of 25/3, and 292,980 tons of ore with a probable nominal value of :21/S, making altogether 807,664 tons, with an average value of 23/11. DIVIDENDS. . Dividends amounting to £108.215 were paid by Western Australian gold mining companies .during April, making a total distribution for the past four months of £2...

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FEDERAL BANK. Governor Appointed. His Salary, £4,000. MELBOURNE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

FEDERAL BANK. ?'» ??-... Governor Appointed.' His Salary, £4,000. MELBOURNE. May 18. Hie salary oi Mr. Miller, the Governor of the Commonwealth Bank, will be £4,000 a year.

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OTHER PEOPLES MONEY. PROBATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. PROBATES. Granted by the Supreme Court this W Carey Mildred, of Forestville, £200, II. .1. Finn executor {Fleming, Boucaut, Asiiton,.& Hunter, proctor^. - Clark, John, of Parkside, £3,500; M. A. Clark (H. W. Uffindell). Clements, Emma, of Keswick, £16o; J. Guidi', Domenico, of Broken Hill. £100; J. S. and A. D. Guidi (Grundy & Pelly). Harris, Thomas Henry,, of Alberton, £460; E. Harris (N. A. Webb). Johnston, Christina Deans, of Oakbank, .£1,200; W. G. Johnston and L. von l)oussa (L. von DouEsa). ' Kellv, Hbnry, of Semaphore, £f.«»; W. M': Shannon and F. and J. M. Kelly (Scammell'& Skipper). Knight, Frederick, of Mount Gambler, £544: E. Knight (F. P. Toler-Rowley). Kohring, Ann, of Wallaroo, £120; M. Lower (3. W. Uffindell). Paulig, Ottillie, of Kalgoorlie, £92; S. C. Ward (G. Degenhardt). Prior, Jonathan, of Gladstone, £13,800; T. Prior and T. M. Flood (Copinger and Rann, John Albert, of Port Adelaide, £1,750; F. Rann (G. F. Michell). S...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SHIPPING. SemaDhore.— Saturday, Hay lS—lum -mter, 10.20 ajn. ; high water, 4.35 p.m. Sunday, May IS— Low water, 10.-0 . a.m. ; Ugfa water, 4.55 p.m. AEBWED.— May 18. Orsova, R.JLS. (Orient), 6.SSL tons, H. G. Staunton, K.K.E., from London. M. G. Anderson, agent. ' ? ? - Caledonien, s. (H.M.), 2,540, Melber, bom Noumea -ia eastern States. Dalgety & Co., agents. ? SBEED.— May 18. Caledonien, s. -M.M.), for MarseiUes ria ports. Oreora, E.M.S., icr eastern States. Baralong, s., for South Africa via eastern States. ..: Kvarni, e., for Western Aostqjitta. AyrEhire, e., for eastern States. Partnga, e., Spencer's Golf. Herbert, s., fencer's Gulf. Karatta, «., Kangaroo Island. Warrawee, s., Editbburgii. Kooringa, s., Ardrossan. Juno, 6., Stansbury. TUPOETS.— May 18. . , Orsova, from Ixmdon— 276 tons xenenr tus«. EXPORTS.— Mav -IS. . Baralong: For Delagoa Bay— 1,021 sacks floor (135 lb.), 21 do. wheat. For Durban— 16,840, halx-sacks flour (98 lb.), 1,022 tacks do. (196 lb.). For East ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

COMMERCIAL. : VTheat.— A moderately active market kas been experienced thie week at Ade laide, without material change in values, hnvincr nine.* sHll lioinff at 4/ per bushel 'at main port, and id. l«ss at gulf shipping ports', tanners, ait- not telling with the ircetlom .m.erchants would like, notwith standing the very satisfactory price j offering. In parcel hues a ' large j trade is 'reporteii. proliably 6(1,000 ? bags .' hanng changed hands at 4/2 ! to 4/2i f,o.b. Adelaide. 4/i* to i/2 f.o.b. j Pprfl'irie. also at-4/li to 4/2 delivery on trucks., Cargoes nowen route have sold ; at V.K. as follows:— Inveravon, 33/7i; ] Skien, 39/6; - Ledway, at 39/ Wh tlien at; Jjondoij; and Dea, from Sydney, at 33/9. Ifoesc ? prices are per qr. of-4fel) lb. it vr.ll thus l-e seen tuat the home market is Afyoiit same value as last week. Some sales have heeii made on South Africsin account at 4/21 f.o.b. Port Adelaide far this .and nejet month's regular steamers. . Flour.— Export booting has becu ...

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AUSTRALIAN COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

AUSTRALIAN' COMMERCIAL. . The produce market (wholesale) -juotations to day were as follow: — ?BreadEtoffs. — Wheat, f.a.q. millers' parcels, on spot, 4/4 to 4/5; forward delivery (June to Angust), 4/5 to 4/5}; shippers' parcels, ex trucks Darling bland, 3/11; at country stations, 3/8} to 3/9; prime chick, 4/4J; medium, 4/ to 4/2. Elour— City makes (new season's), £10 per ton; country makes (new), £9 17/6. Forage.'— Chaff — Victorian prime wheaten, £7; oaten. £6 15/; oaten straw, £5 5/ to £5 10/; Adelaide wheaten, £7; Tasmanian oaten, £6 10/ o £6 15/ per ton. Derrick Straw— Tasmanian BTight wheaten. £3 10/; dark colour, £3 5/; Victorian. £3 5/ per ton. Grain and Bypro dacts. — Peas— Tasmanian blue, choice, 8/ to 8/3; extra choice, 8/6; seconds, 5/6 to 7/6; grey medium, 4/; choice (new season's), 4/6 to 4/9 per bushel. Barley— Victorian Cape, seed or feed, prime, 6/3 to 5/6. Maize— Northern Biv*r prime white, 5/1; prime yellow, 5/4 per bushel. Oats— Tasmania!! Giants, 3/6 to 3/7; sec...

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GEN. BOOTH AT 83. Visit to America and a Chinese Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

GEN. BOOTH AT 83. Visit to America and a Chinese Campaign. Gen. Booth has sent the following mes sage to.ihe Editor of the 'Daily MaiT'^ *'My best 'wishes for earth and heaven to every reader of the *Daily Mail.' At. tne eaa or jb years or my pilgrimage a testify to the faithfulness of God, to the true happiness of a life spent in seeking the benefit of others, and to the grand possibilities of goodness which are .ever the hope of humanity. 'The span of life which may yet be left to me I purpose to spend in this, the highest service I know. My sight has failed, but I am told that the operation I intend to undergo next month will much restore it, and though there must be some risk of total blindness, I ehall go through. Whether it succeeds or not, I hope to be spared to visit Canada and the United States during the year upon which I am entering, as well as to inaugurate further efforts for the spread of^ our work in the European countries. 'At home my mind dwells specially on the pro...

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A PRICELESS TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A PRICELESS TREASURE. Mr. Pierpont Morgan, fhe American multi-millionaire, _ recently presented the Kaiser with a priceless letter on religious belief written by Martin Lather. It was one of the treasures of Mr. Morgans won derful, collections, and was handed to the Saiser by the American ambassador. The Kaiser -expressed. his desire to thank Mr. Morgan personally, and directed that the letter should be nent to Jena University, where it will be kept in a marble monu mental show case designed by his Majesty. A' woman at Budapest is petitioning for a divorce from her husband because recently, , when she gave a lanne -fi»mgr party, lie remarked sTtable tiwftie food was not ~as -eatable as nsnaL The aviator's missile Of the French War department, a 5-in. dart, wj& heavy steel head and cross-shaped aaafL^ahmyB falls point first, the blow from * height of only 3a ft. peneteaianc a hard fine plank sa

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CHE CHAPMAN-ALEXANDER MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

MISSION. Great preparations and great expecta tions seem to be the dominant features of the forthcoming visit from these great xnissioners. Tor weeks past a laree choir under the eondnctonbip of Mr. W. KnilL has been diligently practising the special hymns_to be song during tne mingim, and there is ho doubt that the fimsinal por tion of the services (with Ernest Naftzger as soloist, and Robert Harkness at the piano) wOl be made highly attractive. The opening meeting will be lor men only in the Exhibition Building on Sunday af ternoon at 3 o'dockTanJ an hour later in the Adelaide Town HalL May we sug gest, yery respectfully bnt very emphati cally, that the financial aspect of the mis sion may not be obtruded at the meet ings, as was the' -case when these mis-. Burners urevionsly 'visited Adelaide. Let a collection be taken op every time, bnt don't talk about it, and especially let Dr. Chauman refrain -from m^wtfoping any* thing about the 'heavy expenses' of the tour. Adelaide people ...

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CHRIST AS THE CHILD'S HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHRIST AS 'i'H k: CHILD'S HERO. Mr. Basil Matthews, M.A. (general edi ,tor to Jbe London Missionary Society), has-.- given -utterance to tome refreshingly .original jdeas on, the teaching and train ing of- children— particularly boys— in the Christian faith. In the course. of an in terview accorded to a representative of the 'Australian Christian World' he is reported to have said: — 'Onr old methods of trying to force children into making a decision for Christ by means of evan gelistic meetings *fter the adult pattern Pave done incalculable hann._ Under the morbid excitement ©f an emotional 'grown up' appeal and the well-meant bullying of the missioner, nine hundred and ninety nine out of a thousand children rise to testify to their 'conversion,' and when fhe excitement ebbs and the daily roahne shows up the.unreabty of the thing, the harm done to the Bonl and conscience^ is incalculable. The thousandth child who has the independence and heroism to re fuse, to rise will be the most...

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHURCH NEWS. By 'Credo.' O Lord and Master of us aQ, . Wiut'er our anae or sign We own Thy cwty, we hear 'tty csllj We test our lives fay Thine. We faintly bear, to dimly see. In differing pbiwe we pray, Bnt, dim or dear, me own in Thee The light, the Troth, the Wax. ? — Jr. g. wmrnEB.

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