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Sydney Notes. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Sydney NrtgO SYDNEY, Day \, 'J At Canterbury Park to-day the etntenV^? diary stevrarda enquued into the rnwSftm* /? of Zoeholme in -the hurdles. It -was 3§* -. cidedto disqualify the mare, owner *«Sn Oooley), and the rider (J. Boweman) fiKf^ 12 months each ^T**1- The starters fined J E Pike & f£ - taking up_a position at the start & fe. Nursery Handicap to wjbicb. tie draw £* ' phices did not entitle linn. c-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Cricket. ^nSSDliEY, May i. ' In the A grade crStet final, commencef*^ to-day, RedferFjpfA loEBposed oE^W^ Umregdly iost 4 pickets Ior Ufc {^^

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Hospital Saturday. COLLECTIONS IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Hospital Saturday,, COLLECTIONS IN SYDNEY. J - SYDNEY, May 4. 1 To-day the nineteenth annual street cpF, lection in, aid of the hospitals was m ins? gress.- The committee aims at collecraA £10,000 before night: 'Last year the amount collected seas £7^239 13/. So iae^, when this .advice was sent $he amount collected *an into many hundreds, wS& there was every expectation tiiat lasfc gear's figures -wonl£ lie passed, Shm collectors are recruited 'from fhe best fault ties in Sydney, and all &e pronunfe&f singers and theatrical artists in town aif lending a band.

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MARIE CORELLI IN HER YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

mAbie cobelli in her YOUTH. ? ' Sir Henry Lucy, in '^xty -Yean IniMie Wilderness,' relates a_ meeting he.^ha^ with the famous novelist in her ytgiitk.. 'Toresatherine,' he says, 'at the house^M* Professor Blackieat Oban, a horise ^en circled by hills fronting the bay, he toft . at a little after dinner at home th^'inw trcss of the professor's household. HeiwiB- . introduced to her as Miss Mackay, a laioce . of Blackie. She played wijth fine -touc|l, ? and sang charmingly. Blackie -was bccub- . tomed to break into song as naturalfylia he dropped into poetry. He &r#a.ya.*iB-^ . sisted upon a chorus to Miss Mackay|s Bongs, regardless of the cbmposer'B iriteftt tions. 'In later years,' Sir Henry Luiiy says, 'we knew the simple measured ifeofo bars as Marie Corelli.' , - . ? tf

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A STONE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

A STONE LIBRABY: We have been made femiliar -withitlie terra cotta library by the cxploratidns^gf. ' the Assyriologist, but the stone libraryi^w ?; China referred to-in the 'Oriental riSc view is not so well known; P*JSn * has one' public library called tie' SchaBl \ ' of the Sons W the Empire, an an^vbiic : university that existed 1,000 years biaHijfe - ' the Christian era. This library isof'^iifc. '?'- The 13 classics, the essence and majAsaixT' ?: of all Chinese, culture,' are, carved ?«k'?lfiS'.#i tablets of stone. It fc of- further i@- '| rest to. know that the. JEmperor^ goe«tf° ? !?- the Imperial Hall at this iiauversity-'oiHe n a year to listen to a discourse on 'We ' :iS] responsibilities of his office and re«ivc;|ie ::n reproof and , exhortation given , by. tie' *;: heads of the institution. The Vrtone library in Pekin is only a copy of -that ? in Shi An Fu, which was once the empir* - capital. . ? ' ?'-' . ..'

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

CHURCH NEWS. By 'Credo.' O Lord and Master of us all, What'er our name or sign We own Thy sway, we hear Thy call, - - We test our lives by Thine. - ? We faintly hear, we dimly see, In differing phrase we . pray. ' . ?''. ? ?-: But, dim or clear, we own in The* The Light, the Truth, die Way. ' \ ; -^j. c. wHirnnt. Ji A lONlSTER'S DAUGHTER HONOURED. ? : His Majesty the King ? recently con-' ferred the insignia of the Order -of L«dy. of Grace of the Hospital of St. John, of Jerusalem on Miss 3kfary Griffith, -of Bris- .. bane, daughter of a former Congregational ' minister -of that sister, andfeister of 'the Bight Hon. Sir Samuel Griffith -Ghtef Justice of the Commonwealth). The hon- ? . our was bestowed in recognition of Miss. -v Griffith's devoted services in the cause ot ' charity. '?'.'?.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

GENERAL. The ireople's Stores r. The Co-operative Stores, to be played on south park lands on Monday nert.atB.30. People's Stores from — v.,uliams : {captain) Brown, 3. Brazilian.' T. Gahon, -H. Galvin, Befisch, H. Frisby, O. Crothers, P. Furner, J. Stapleton, J. Hennessy, T. Daly, F. Tnohy, J. Ryan, T. Hart, F Stevens, F. Moore, N. Brisbane, T, Baker, R. Shep herd. . Co-operative— C. - Woods (captain), H. Nenheut, M. Close, E. Pascoe, B. But ler, G. Goode, ft, Martin, K. Collett, Mc Donald, Beale, B. McCredie, E. Chambers, B. Higgrns, A. Norton, W. Higgins, W. Davies, P. O'Loughlin, Woodward, F. Williams. Harvey, ' empire^

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GEORGES SAND IN A NEW LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

GEORGES SAXD IN A NEW UGHT, Of Georges Sand, a writer in the 'Quar- terly Review.' though unsparing -;in 'his delineation of her innumerable love 'af- fairs, states that, she and Balzac raiseA tne irench novel to its, height: it g&& not Balzac, but she who* stirred the 'stick ? in the revolutionary pot, that Ibsen, grid Tolstoy afterwards so ably handled.' Bhfi' urged the freedom of woman to benobfe, and propagated the creed of social repair- , ' ation that springs from the sense of . . broader fraternity. She was the voice of the -century in its most generous' as- ''''??. pirationE. The widest latitude of love, hope, and faith were her portion. She lived for admiration herself, and looked' ' for the triumph of the good, the fair, -the true. She may well continue to inspire the sense of uie divine within us. ' She was a woman of shortcomings,' but 'it' u . ungrateful of us to look upon them.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. STURT II v. STURT IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. , STURT DL v.-BTGRT IMPERIAL. Sturt II.— Baalderetone, Bugg, Chick, Hendry, Sappier (2), Paterson, Howe, Richardson (2U Wickham, Harris, Offe, Weise, Lang, Bonds, Pile, Sharp, Turner, and Lord. Sturt Imperial— Bagshaw. Brown, Car now, Clark, Davis, Elliot, Edwards, Gray, Henry, ifaddrick, ' Hanson, Kearney, Moore, MeDougallf Norton, Payne, Lang ley, Leaker (2), Rinder, Simpson, Mo&sop, and Thompson.^

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TANDANYA v. HINDMARSH (on Jubilee Oval). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TANDANXA v. HINDMARSH (on Jubilee Oval). Hindmarsh— IE Wilde, ' Arden, Ford, Rae, Burnell, Lock, _ Holmes, Mason, Jones, Law, -.and Huggins; emergencies^ — Yeomans, Lewis. Referee, Mr. Nightin gale.

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AMATEUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE. UNIVERSITY V. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

AMATEUR FOOTBALL LEAGUE. UNIVERSITY V. ST. FRANCIS XAVEER. These teams met in the opening match of the season on St. Francis's grounds. In spite of the hard state of the ground and the fact that it was the first match, and several of the best men on both sides were absent, the game was interesting, and some good, fast footfrall was played, al though there was' a good deal of fumb ling, which no doubt will disappear as the season proceeds. Up to tiie end of the third quarter the scoring was fairly even, it then being University 6 goals 4 be hinds: St. Francis, 4 goals 4 behinds. The students obtained a very useful lead in the first quarter when they scored 3 goals to their opponents nil, which stood them in good stead tnroughput the game. The last quarter opened with fast, strenuous play, and soon the Varsities, mainly by a succession of clever and neat; passes, scored 4 goals 4 behmds, while their opponents failed to score. St. Fran cis then attacked witii vigour, and in about five ...

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ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR ASSOCIATION. The Prospecs met the Hiltons to-day, pn tacked from the bounce, but although the the Litter's grounds. The Prospects a local team were at times prominent in dividually, lack of system enabled the Prospects to score an easy won. The final scores were: — Prospect, 17 goals 18 be hinds; EEltons, I goal 2 behinds. Goal kickers for the winners:— Braham (5), Grossman (3), Wainwiight (2), L. San dery (2), Kingsley, A. andery, G. Bastian, CuUarton, W. Robins, (each 1). P. Ryan was successful in scoring the only goal for Hilton. Prominent players ior Pros pects were— C. Braham, F. Crossman, A. andery, C. Leslie, and C. Wilson: while E. Button, p. Pameli, A. Napier, W. and J. Link did good work for the losers. Mr. Keltie umpired satisfactorily. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

M J/f*m^ K V«i are using Air Gas or Acety- ^ V ^ttjUUiU^^^ ; the.Pr«Per 'tings for either, in any M ? 'fM' T'irfll - Somewfcere in our collection of Gai ' K ? r « r ^m« ? ^ a1* .des«n j™1 w^ ** ? I 'BHr^rM'-^ ' w pna ywi '* pr8pa*d to : LB ' ^& : I t ? \ 1 M *nsnect our stock. *~ ^^B ??' ?:-'-' ^^j|||j^^^^g|^««ndle- Street - To Secrsttries «f » . . ?. ' - RACE CLUBS. 'We are in a position to torn out yoW TrmOag requirements op to time and neatly printed We hare a New . and Extensive Job Printine Plant, and would be clad to get yaur work.' MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD,, GILBERT FIACE, ADCT.AK-E.' «»%nfthBrr-as«i. SS1L' SM2. PI Ccr r^TJWr r\ rS i InV*^'; ar Paris,/ ^e-Ji^ Exposition awarded the iQraad : :Frii^;^ 5} ? smith pira(^;;i^ fe '?'.' ??'? : '?''?? ? ?' ?:v-'., ..-? ..;';?- '.-?;'. Z:'\ ?-?-?^??yi f^v In J9IO, at Bnissejs, tfe^yuy of ^;Iin^«niaH(!a^;\^v^ ^) ^' Exposition award ed tlje ?-^|mi''.'iB^^;'&i'^''i-jw.^:; | : r SMITH ?'? PREMIER :?i0^^!^^M f ? ~ — ~- model ii...

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LITERATURE. POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

LITERATURE. POETRY. .Sir Josiah Symon has undertaken a noble enterprise in the establishment of a society designed to awaken popular en thusiasm in poetry. By means, of --an ori ginal symposium the society-! will -io« week fittingly commemorate the centenary of Browning, -one- -rf Britain's ? greatest bards. His. ;, exact place among; our singers remains undetermined.' Bv many admirers he is exalted next after Shaks peare. Certain, however, it is tliat tbt influence of Browning actual and potential warrant the world-wide honour to be con ferred 'on his memory, as well as the strongest emphasis which may be em ployed to distinguish his art and his mes sage. Poetry is said to 'be caviare- to the general public. Is it?_ Much that passes for poetry, much that rings true to the clarion note, is not popularly ro.*d. Admitted. A similar observation applies to history and philosophy, and thiology and economics— indeed, to the larger yart of literature except fiction. Save the Bible Shakspea...

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Country Matches. MOUNT BARKER, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Country Matches, MOUNT BARKER, May 3. To-day Mount Barker (9 goals 18 be hinds) defeated Woodside (2 goals 4 be hinds). Best players— Walkom, Keefe, Caddy, Kauffmann, Harker, for the Mounts; and Moore, SinMnson, Gilbert, Thomson, and. Copeland for Woodside. Hills Centrals (6—8) beat Onkaparina (S— 6). This was a good, hotly contested game. Two or three players Were report ed for fighting.

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WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. The Troubadour and Aroha Clubs were engaged on the south park lands this afternoon, and a fine, spirited contest re sulted in a win for the home team by two goals to nil. Aroha were the first to attack, and kept the Troubadour de fence busy, but Misses O'Connell and Mitchell saved well. A miBhit by the centre half placed Miss Sands in posses sion half-way down the field, and passing out to Miss Sims on the left,, the ball was taken down into the goal. Trouba dour continued the attack, and shortly after added their second and last goal. In the second half Aroha bad far the bet-; ter of the game, but owing to one of their forward line continually stand jog . off-side they were prevented from scoring. The best players were MissesD. andM. Leane. N. Sands, O. Sims, and L. O'Connell for the winners, and Misses E. Lyne, J'. Hill, and J. Buchanan for Aroha. Mr. T. A. T. Heward umpired. ' , '

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Thieves in Sydney AN ALARMING OUTBREAK. SYDNEY, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Thieves in Sydney AN ALARMING OUTBREAK. SYDNEY, May i. What is called a crime carnival by the Sydney papers has been in progress. Burg laries have been frequent, attacks on safes have been a common occurrence, and- the holding up ot citizens oy masKea assaur ants a matter of daily occurrence. All the metropolitan dailies have published letters and special articles on the subject. : While Sydney has been adding to its population at the rate of ten thousand a year for the last five years the police force has not been increased, and there is much pub lic comment, njaon this aspect of the mat ter. During the past two or three weds thieves have been particularly active, and an extraordinary number of small rob beries have been -reported to the various police stations. The shortage of con stables and the lack of proper police su pervision in the metropolitan section are, it has been stated, undoubtedly the rea son tor the activity of the robbers. They know that in - the city and outskirts...

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THE TITANIC. The Search for Bodies. Captains' Reports. Burying the Dead. HALIFAX, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

THETITANIC, . . ?' . \m The Search for Bodies. \ ; . '. .- ' - ~~ ' . i' Captains' Reports. : ^— ?..;?. ; i v... Burying the~Dead* HALIFAX, ifiar* The officials here of the WKte Start . Company debated with the captain '?.«t'w»j'+j cable Eteamer Mackay-Bennett, wnicb.3naj sent out to search for bodies from 'thai'-' wreck, the advisableness of ifliBjmMihwfc y\ a third vessel to cruise in 'waters -wliea^v 1 the Titanic met disaster in the hope o£| ?... '' j being able to recover more bodies. 33mS||::*| skipper, however, expressed the '^b&Bm&.'Jd that it would be impossible -to pick ?^^'^'iM any additional victims. - . J.-'^U. ' -'4 Fifty-nine of those unable to be idenB^f ' 1 fied were buried on liiday in- two co-^-: . J mon graves. ' ' . - . ''?''.?',' v'Mvl

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Wool Sales. LONDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Wool Sales. LONDON. Mav 4. At the wool auctions to-day 14,380 bales were offered. Merinos were firm — espe- cially Western Australian and South Australian lots. Crossbreds were seady.

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Naval Salutes. TOWNSFOLK FEAR BOMBARDMENT. MEXICO CITY, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Naval Salutes. TOWNSFOLK FEAR BOMBARDMENT. MEXICO CITY, May 3. The British man-o^war Melpomene ar rived in Vera Cruz to-day, and exchanged salutes with the forts. The detonations at first alarmed' the townspeople, who thought a bombardment of the town was progressing, and were in a state border ing on panic until their fears were allayed by the British consul. The captain of the vessel will probably visit the local authorities, and the com mander of the fort during the stay of his Ehlp. ? ^ . - * r t

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