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"A JOLT INSTEAD OF A JOLLY." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
'A JOLT INSTEAD OF A JOLLY.' ; The £ev. Charles StelzOe, whose short, spicy addresses are published weekly in the 'Labour Temple Bulletin' of New York, has & 'messace this week, which applies to some woojjh here. 'On general principles,' he remarked, 'I say that the workers are not receiving a just share of the common product, m our in dustrial life. Bnt there's many an indivi dual workman who needs a jolt instead' of a jolly. He needs to realise that unless he gets into the game with a whole heart and a strong will, he doesn't de serve what some other chap is ^^cvz but for him.'
RECREATION AND AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
.RECREATION _AND AMUSEMENT. ' -At the* annual gathering, of the Na tional Free -3hurch Council, held at Chel tenham, England, recently, Mr. Trevor II. DaVies -declared that Christ was festive and glad because He was -sure of God. Only a godless world would be without a emile. The Christian most frankly ad-, mit the need for, the lightness of, re creation. There mast be individual dis crimination in its use, whfle they valued the guidance of the experience of others. :
SIR JOHN KIRK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
SIS JOHN -KIKK. £ir John Kirk, who visited Adelaide last- September in the course of his wodd four, .wjjs^elpomed home, by his fellow workers at a reception 'erven at the Bap-. tist Church House by Mr. H. Ernest Wood (chairman trf the Bagged School 'Onion) and. his 'wife. 'It ' was -'a singu larly happy function, and a very large number of friends- gathered to greet tne guest of honour. Daring his tour he tra velled 40,000 TntUft, visited 168 institu tions and schools, spoke at 108 public meetings, and ?was present at over 60 public receptions.
"GIPSY" SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
'GIPSY' SMITH. In a .letter to the 'British . Weekly' tins great evabgenst tells, in ample yel stirring words, Hue story of his recent mission at Xxk ' Angeles, California— 'one of the! most remarkable masons it- su. been niy joy to pass throagh/* Far the midday meetings an auditorium seating .3,900 -was secured, and for Hue night meet ingir a hall seating 6,000, bnt it is stated buildings with three or four times the seating capacity could have been easily filled. On the -second Sunday of the mission about KMMO men marched in pro cession carrying Bibles. 'I spoke on the manliness of following Jeans, and when the appeal was made for decision; every man m the vast audience arose to ms feet to say 'Christ /for an*.' It mrms a great fafer' -rThere wa^ao enquiry room /aaed, ntf 'names taken1 at tms meeting. We felt it was safe to leave the whole mat ter with the Holy Spirit.'
RIVER LEVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
RIVER T.T^VEES. ft in. . ft. in. Grimdagai ....0 2 WDcannia *. .. .0 S Wegga Wagga .,0 6 Albcry .. .., ..OS Hay.... ,.;.-j« 1 8 Euston -.. .. ..3 9 Kamoi.. ,. ....SO Morgan .... .. if Barwon .. .. .. 2 0 Eemnark .. .... S3 Brewarrina .... 2 0
INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
INTERSTATE. MELBODBNE.— Amved: May IB— KM™rmhan3 . Lannceston. MELBOURNE WHARF.— Arrived-- May -IS— Barwon, Newcastle. Sailed: Hay 16— Fuerth and Waimaie, Sydney. LOW HEAD.— Arrived: Hay 18-boonguia, Mel bourne. - - SYDNEY. — Arrived: Hay IS— St. Alh^n. Kobe via ports. Sailed: Hay ' 18— Van Heemskerk, Batavia via ports. KEWCASTLE.— Arrived: Hay 18— Culwalla IL, Sydney; Onraka, Jort Adelaide WESTERN ALisikALIA. Freumrtte.— Balled: May IS— Clan McKea, United Kingdotn.
OUTPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
OTJTPORTS. ASDROSSAX.— Arrived: Hay 17-I«dy D»ly, Port Adelaide. Sailed: Hay 17— May Flower, Active, and Alert, Port Adelaide. BEACHPOBT. — Arrii-ed: Hay 17— Eumeralla, Helbonme; Kin tore, Port , Adelaide. Sailed: May 17— Corio, Sditi^xirgh. -' ?
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
CLEARANCES. Clearances at the wtstoms house on Saturday included the steamer Baralong, of the Bucknal line,' for -South Africa, via Melbourne and Syd ney; the Avrehire, which continued her voyage for Liverpool, eastward; and the interstate pas senger Eteamer Eyarra, for Western 'Australia. The Baralong lifted a large consignment of wheat and flour,, and will complete loading in Melbourne and Sydney.
MISCELLANEOUS. R.M.S. Orsova [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
MISCELLANEOUS. :\M: E.1LS. Orsova. The B.1LS. Orsova, of the Orient -line, made an excellent - ran across the Australian Bight, , reached the Semaphore anchorage at '11 a.m. this morninir. and berthed at tbe Outer Har bour ialf an honr later. Like most vessels of the fleet, Ebe brought a large contingent of new settlers tor the »-arious States, in addition to a full general cargo. Mails were landed with dispatch, and bags for tbe eastern States were forwarded by the afternoon express. The -Orsova resumed the voyage' to Melbourne early in the evening. , ' . ' Bound to Marseilles. On tbe homeward voyage to Jtarseilles the Hessageries Maritime^ liner Caleflonien arrived at the Semaphore anchorage from Melbourne on Saturday morning. Hails, passengera, and cargo were shipped, and the steamer-left in the after noon for Fremantle.
INFORMATION GIVEN. TO GLEAN A WHITE SERGE SKIRT, (for "A.") [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
INFORMATION GIVEN: '1 TO CLEAN A WHITE SERGE SKIRT, (for 'A.'). Thoroughly dust the «oiled parts -with fuller's earth or rub with block mag nesia; leave for some days,' shak^out and brush. If the skirt is much soiled petrol must be used, and then care is needed to avoid 'high-wate rmarks,' cleansing from the outside towards the centre, and the stain to some extent ' obviates this difficulty. If necessary the whole skirt may be washed in petrol; but if 'A.' has had no experience of home cleaning, and her skirt is much soiled, she had better send it to a good dry . cleaner.
ARCHDUCHESS AND OFFICES. Betrothal in Presence of the Emperor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
ARCHDUCHESS AND OFFICES. .Betrothal in Presence of the Emperor. Great surprise has .been caused in Vienna by the announcement of the betrothal of the Archduchess Elisabeth Franzeska to her brother's 'tutor.' Count Georg Wald burg-Zeil-Lustcnau-Hohenems. T&e ' Archduchess is the ' eldest daugh ter of the Archduchess Marie Valerie— a daughter of the Emperor Francis Joseph — and of the Archau&e Franz Salvator. She is 20 years old,* and when she was presented at a court ball two years as,o it was expected that she would make a brilliant match on account of her beauty and accomplishments. The Archduchess, who is the eldest of a family of nine, fell in love with, the lieutenant of dragoons who was charged with her brothers education. The Arch dncbess is a great favourite of her Im penal grandfather, and spent much time in his company, and it was to tbe Em peror that she confided her secret. The Emperor gave his support to the project, 'from the first, but insisted on the s...
EDEN HILLS. SEA BREEZES AND MOUNTAIN AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
EDEN HILLS. SEA BREEZES AND MOUNTAIN AIR. Situated in the beautiful hiUs surround ing the city, within nine miles of Ade iaide, two miles from Mitcham, and half a mile from Blackwood, is the township of Eden Hills. This 'is an ideal hills township for the T-esTdemSf *-f -a. bi&atiess man,r and is ex ceediuglT well idr&ined by- Nature- . „ ' In tais spot some very modern 'houses have been erected and are in course of erection, and no doubt this property will very quickly be taken up. About 50 per cent, of it has already been sold, tion. and no doubt this property will very quicklv be taken up. About 50 per cent, of it 'has already been sold. . Tbe streets are very well Jaid out, being 50 ft. wide, and the allotments are all that can be desired as regards size and fertility. It ''seems that, in subdividing these ? ?sections Messrs. Saunders & Ashby (who are sole agents for this property) have supplied a long-felt want. _ There is a splendid railway service, and...
SCULLING. ARNST AND BARRY. MATCHED FOR £1,000. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
SCULLING. C AENBT AND BABRY. .-.. MATCHED FOR £1,000. LONDON, May 17. Richard Arast (champion scalier o£ the world) and the English, champion, Ernest Barry, have ei^ned articles for a match for £1,000 a side, to be rowed on the Thames. Arnst's expenses have yet to be found by public subscriptions, and the money is arriving slowly.
TORRENSVILLE. A PROGRESSIVE SUBURB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
TORRENSVILLE. A PROGRESSIVE SUBURB. Messrs Parsons & Wilcox report good business doing in the sale of their new five and ax roomed houses in the Tor rensville district. Eor one builder alone, Mr. W. Were, jun., they have -sbrd'at the rate of a new house a week since last November. Mr. Were has built over 50 houses already through this firm. This builder is erecting a house eminently suit able for the man with limited means, and enabling him to participate in the easy, system of repaying under the Advance to Workers Act. These houses are all con structed to extremely pretty designs, and do not in tiie least resemble the well known ''spec builders' row, which so often «lishgure more than improve a street. The rooms are spacious and well lighted, while the arrangement of con veniences is to be commended. Each house is set well back irom the road in its own grounds., aad in all instances the front gardens are being neatly laid out by the builder. Tcrrensvillc has a great ad vant...
ON THE BOARD. At Contractors Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
ON THE BOARD. it Contractors' Rooms. Tenders are called for: — Erection of a residence, East Adelaide; C. J. 13. Lorraine, architect; due May 23. Additions and alterations. Electric Light ing Co., Adelaide; Alfred Wells, archi tect: due May 27. Additions and renovations, Congrega tional Charcb, Port Adelaide; C. W. Rutt, architect; due May 29. Erection Picture Theatre, Hindley street, for Wondergreph Company; Gar lick & Jackniati, architects; due Jane 14.
WEST AUSTRALIA. CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
WEST AUSTRALIA. ? A ? CANNING PARK RACES. PERTH, May 18. The Canning Park races were held to-day in fine weather. The attendance was good. Re sults:— FTRST PLATE. Six furlongs. MISS BECK (Maltster-^oma), 7 6 (Flynn) .. 1 Codilla, 6 7 (Heron) ? .. 2 Irwin Park, 7 2 (Young) ? .. 3 Four other starters. Betting-8 to 4 *gst. Irwin Park, 4 to 1 MBS BECK. - . Won by a neck.. Time,. 1.15.. . CANNING PARK HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. TRIGGER (Flintlock— Molly), 7 5 (Matthews) 1 Lady M-. 7 5 (Bowe) ? 2 Golden Spur, C 7 (Heron) ? „ .. 3 Eleven others started. Betting3 to 1 agst. Golden Spur, 10 to 1 Trigger Won by three-parts of a length. Time, 2.10 3-5. BECOND PLATE. Six furlongs. LADY HALLE (En Garde-Resin) 6 10 (Young) ? l Lord Flavus, S 12. (Crackncll) ? 2 Volition, 7 12 (Flynn) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 Twelve other starters. Betting— 3 to 1 agst. the winner. Won by three and a half lengths. Volition three-quarters of a length away. Time, L14 4-5. STEEPLECHASE. Two miles. LITTLE JIM, 9...
PLYMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
PLYMPTON. In connection with the subdivision of part section 109, Hundred of Adelaide, the agents, Messrs. Lyons t Leader, report tnat the bulk of the allotments have been disposed of, and that very few sites are now available. t ' This 'ipnd. is .most conveniently situated at the junction of the Bay road and the road to' Glen Osmond, having good front ages to both, and is some of the cheapest land available in tbe locality, being only four minutes from the railway station. The proprietors intend building one or more camtortable residences at once, and intending purchasers should take imme diate steps to secure a good site in this coining suburb before an increase in' price takes place.