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AFRICANS IN TROUBLE. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

AFRICANS IN TROUBLE. ? o ? LONDON, May 17. The South Africans continued their match against Yorkshire at Huddersneld to-day. The latter made 296 for 8 wickets. SOUTH AFRICA. First Innings. H. Taylor, b. Hirst ? .' », 0 G. Hartigan, c. Denton, b. Haigh .. 57 A. D. Nourse, b. Hirst ? 13 S. J. Snooke, b. Hiret ? 4 G. C. White, b. Haigh ? -., 49 ji. O. Schwarz, b. Haigh ? 0 F. Mitchell, b. Haigh ? 3 R. Beaumont, b. Rhodes ? 17 S. J. Pcgler,; c. Drake, b. Rhodes .. 3 C. P. Carter, b. Haigh .. .... .... 5 T. -n.. Ward, not out .......... 1 Extras ? 11 Total ? 170 Bowling.. Hirst, 3 for 50. Booth, 0- for 22. Haigh, 5 for 33: Drafce, 0 for 22. Rhodes, 2 for 31. YORKSHIRE. - First Innings. W.' Rhodes, c. Carter, b.~ Pegler .. ..' V B. B. Wilson, b. Pegler ? 26 H. Denton, b. Pegler .. ? 82 A. Drake, b. White .. ? 46 G. H. hirst, c. Ward, b. Carter .... 65 — Tasker, c. Mitchell, b. Pegler .. .. 0 W. Booth, c. and b. Pegler ? 0 \V. E. .bates, b. Hartigan .. ....... 3 S. Haigh, not out ? .. .. S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Poetry Recital Society. A Night with the Poets. Lecture by Mr. P. McMahon Glynn. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Poetry Recital Society. A Night with the Poets. Lecture by Mr. P. McMahon Glynn. ? Sr'.. The Poetry Recital Society is fortunate in paving a lecturer like .Mr. Glynn in its ranks, for in South Australia .as else where the genial barrister is looked upon as one of our most able speakers, and the musical brogue in which his addresses are delivered makes one feel that the Celtic nation is indeed dowered with the understanding of the highest ideals, and an analytical power of discussing and cri ticising the most beautiful themes in the realms of musical language. Mr. Glynn led his ' listeners through a labyrinth of mazes, and opened up to them new vistas and fresh fields of thought. He quoted Sfaakspeare, Milton, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Goldsmith, Jeremy Taylor, Don Quixote, Goethe, and Homer with an air that showed that he was complete master of their thoughts and had drained the contents of their minds with an intense appreciation. In Homer he said he found the whole range of human, em...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUCAS MALET AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

tiJGAll MALET AGAIN. '' . KSirisn Savate,' by Lucas Malet (Hut dSSaA Co]Pi(«don, per &AkJ^ |%ISfctf****fa1fetbe reader the bounty of tei-ind©ubtett best. .The literary cratt juttnmp is excellent. The style, though a^triif ornate 4nd florid, -is undoubtedly Uevfe&V for deftitouches illumine the in bateaeeb of individual character, brighten Xag Batte alter iage. We have an ex £ellenV3-syeholog3cal study in the tragedy of the tich 'spinster, .who gives her love the book. wUl suffer the censorship of many Cor its clever trespasses— it must be said dever-^beyond the veil of orthodoxy, but its* art caud excellence could withstand no elimination of the venturesome trespass. Tbe first- chapters appear to the impa tient, peruser labyrinthal, full of the twistJngs and turnings of direct and in direct influence, but they bear so impor tantly upon tbe riinnai- that patfence«has its own reward to the thoughtful reader. The twin daughters of a wealthy mill owner inherit his fortun...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

hkhV! !AND *i'H MKm ' ? Pat was sitting' back smoking after -Lav* ^1 ing finished his bit of lunch at the job' ' lat be was on down Hindmarsh way, ; ' [e had a seraphic expression on his face, ' : ?That,- are ye gnnnin to yerseu like at ;4 split pumpkin for?' asked his mate, Mick, ~:i:i who was also enjoying a. draw at his '-S 'miekyL'? . .'WeD, J^, I was tbmkin^yfe av the glorious lflnessa'nad oncet.' Arrah. L H it was the toime av me loife, it was.' lit' *TVhin was that?', enquired Mick. 0® 'Well, it was back a feV years. I wa«M very bad, and the doctor ordered » nob^T** »ler of whisky every hour. The only (rouble was it cured me top quick. I've never been able to get tile same sort ofi sickness since.'. - . ^. The other morning a bachelor named *j Felt had to 'get np very early. He felt rather cold as he jumped out and felt I round for his felt slippers. 'Where are those confounded felt slippers?' he mm- mured «s he felt round in ihe Aa^mBfVt 1 He felt everywhere but in toe sight...

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HILLS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

HILLS ASSOCIATION. Mount. Barker beat Adelaide I*oco,_, 17 goals '24 behiath to 3 goals 1 point. jBISPiIbytt^a*; -tafc*|*mga by 5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

'Tike Mail' Order Form. L: Pufiiished every Saturday Night Price 2* - :'; ' ?: -.*?- ! The Manager Mail Newspapers Ltd., \ ; : Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ' / Please end 'The Mail' to the address given below. ;: ' -'. Subscription, Delivered in any put of the City or Suburbs late osi. 8|jtttril«fr night, 4/ per half-year. - ' ' y Post free, 5/ per half-year.- *''':'? Name ? ........Mt......«3 * Address.......... ? ..*; ? i., * . «# required tor a Quarter or a Year alter the Form . accordingly, A-' We carry the largest stock /$0Wk j8Bf ' J-^&' ' of Motor Cycle? in^^«mvmmw/^' ^' Mb^^^. Tv^j Jar Triumph ^^^^^^^fSSKa^v g Motor Cycle ^| m -'- To those In doubt as to what Motor WV IF Cycle to purchase, the result of the WWO »^ Ji Tourist Trophy Race Is particularly note* )'-Jm: I Triumph Motor Cycled' H; I achieved an unparalleled success In dlte ? ? B great face, securing the first eight places* ? & IB We still hold the Agency for these Motor M ' 111 Cycles. Full information...

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ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR. The St. Patrick Football Club met Hil ton team on the tatter's ground this after noon, and although the scores were one sided Hilton put up _ a very fair game. After the first 10 minutes at. I'atnck'E scored at a very fast rate. St. Patrick's were playing a few new men, including S. Walker, a brilliant half-forward, who kicked 5 goals, and J. Guerin, who played half-back. All the 'winners played well, the most conspicuous being Moy. Others deserving special mention were Peters, Walker, Gaeriny , O'Connor, Keele^ Knowles, Bright, Dalwood, Flannagan, Be resford, and Gabriel. For the losers McKeron, Sutton, Parnell, Kirkbright, Napier, and JHanlon. .The goalkickers for postal assistant. St. Patricks were Knowles (6), Walker (5), Gabriel i$), Kirkey (2), Flannagan (2), O'Connor -(l), and Femeri (1). Final scores:— St. Patrick's, 18 '.goals 21 behinds; Hilton, niL V

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S.A. ASSOCIATION. NORWOOD H. V. STURT II [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

S.A. ASSOCIATION. NORWOOD TL V. STURT TL Norwood, 9 goals 6 behinds; Start, 5 goals G behinds. Best players for Norwood IL — Nash (best on ground), Hawkes, Scutt, Miller, Gribbs, Gibbons, E. A. Smith, and Sonter. Best players for Sturt II.— J. Kappler, Baulderetone, Hendry, Richardson (2), Kerr. . Ryan. Goalkickers:— Norwood— Hawkes (3), Stephens (2), Cook (2), Mil ler (1), Souten (1). Sturts— Kappler, Richardson, Hendry, Ryan, and Offe.

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ST. BARTHOLOMEW V. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

ST. BARTHOLOMEW V. ST. FRANCIS XAV1ER. These teams met for the first time this season on the Prince Alfred Oval, and a ding-dong game resulted in a win for St. Francis by the narrow margin of 3 points. The third quarter was hard fought, and thence to the end the St. Bartholomews prevailed, and by systematic play man aged to win by 3 points. When the final bell rang the scores were 6 goals 3 behinds to 4 goals 12 behinds. Goalkickers:— St. Francis— P. O'Connell (1), Tuohey (4), Rice (1). St. Bartholomew— Baraett (2), Downs (2). Best players: — St. Francis — Rice, Symons, Kearney, Nelson, O'Lough lin, Baaner, Barter. For St. Bartholo mew — Bunstead, Burrows, Catt, Pitman, Woods, Ford, and Fraser.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMATEUR LEAGUE. SEMAPHORE CENTRALS V, UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

AMATEUR LEAGUE. SEMAPHORE CENTRALS V. UNIVER S1T1. These two teams met for the first time on the University Oval, when a wellcon tested game was witnessed. The first Quarter was evenly contested, and the end of the first term showed the Centrals to have a. lead of 1 point. This wouk xiave been considerably increased if it had not been for the groat defence of H. xilkmore. The second quarter again saw the seasiders attacking vigorously; but, owing to inaccurate kicking tor goal, they had increased their lead only by 6 points at naif -time. Dufhie, who was playing half-back centre, v.as responsible for a large number of the rushes. After the long interval the students commenced to play a more open game, and to do most of the attacking, and towards the end of the quarter they managed to wipe off the deficit and obtain a lead of 4 points. The commencement of the last quarter found both teams struggling hard, out the more strenuous training of the students vras soon noticeable, and they ...

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PRACTICAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

PRACTICAL PAHS. As I study more and more not only the farms m my district that 1 know well, but also the Jarms over the country which 1 pass m travel, 1 reach the conclusion that we ought to realise more strouslv toe possibilities of the acres we own.'— .truly spoken. Tillage improves the physical condition ot the soil. It aids in the saving of moi sture; it hastens and augments chemical action in the soil. The aeeper the ploughing the greater the water storage reservoir will be, other things Lemg equal. But the ploughing may be so very de-?p 'as to bring the un productive subsoil to the surface, in which case the increase of storage ca pacity may be overbalanced by the loss ot available fertility. One object of tillage by means of sur face working implements is to establish and maintain an earth mulch — very neces sary under semi-arid conditions. Rain destroys the earth mulch, and even in dry times it becomes compact and capillarity is restored between the under soil and the air, h...

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STURT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

STURT ASSOCIATION. Start Ramblers (9 goals 11 behinds) beat Gieneig (3 goals 5 behinds). Goal kickers: — Sturt — E. McNamara (5), Cas sidy (1), Cox (1), Langley (1), Lord (13. Best players— Vale, Osborn, Brown, Col quhoun, Sommers, Brougham, and Lap tnorne. Best for the losers— Hooper, Far relly, Sugg, Jenkins, and Parks.

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TANDANYA V. PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. TANDANYA V. PORT ADELAIDE. Tandanya met Port Adelaide for the first time this season on the Jubilee Oval. Port Adelaide kicked off with the wind; and pressed. The ball was transefrra to the other end and a goal kick result ed, tl was soon transparent that both teams were in good fettle, and the ball roved from one end to the other, each goalie being visited in turn. The half time interval arrived with no score. Af ter the interval Tandanya attacked, and for a while looked like scoring, but Row ley in goal and Walace half-back played well and kept the ball out. The Ports again attacked, but Denham, their crack centre, was well watched by Wheeler Johnson was railed upon to save on two or three occasions., and h ecleared well. When the final whistle blew the scores were nil each, and a good game ended in a dpaw. Wallace, Rowley, Snow, and Johnson played well for Port Adelaide, and the best for Tandanya were Stod dart, Johnson, Wheeler, Braddock, Holmes, and Wood. M...

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Notice to Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Notice to Readers. \i^,f, Wls to mtimate to readers of 'The Mad that we are prepared to open a Mutual Help Column for the benefit of. the primary producers of the State. There are_ many aimcultaes and experiences which irise during the year's work and with which the farmer and stock raiser are not familiar. As these spring up the farmer is unable to deal with 'them,' end considerable loss may follow. To help the producers under these circum stances will be our endeavour from week to week .in this column. We would ask readers not only to submit those matters with which they have dif ficulty in dealing, but also where any rea der notices a question with which he has successfuly dealt we shall be ' glad to have his experience in the matter. We desire to make this column of real prac tical use to those who are reading ??'The Mail' regularly, and we shall spare no pains in this endeavour. We wish to carry this principle some what further. _ There are many questions of practical importanc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNDAY TRAMS & TRAINS. Hie Last for Home. TRAMCARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SUNDAY TRAMS & TRAINS. ? ? — ^v » - ? ? . The Last for Home. TRAMCABS. This schedule shows the-departnre and arrival tjmesrof-Iast tramcars to -and from, various suburban termini for Sundays* Last carde- Lasi Last car parts for Air. car de departs Gren. Gren- parts for Gren. et,, street, street, Depot city. To Arr. city. cUy. direct. Via. 10.18 Burnside 10.47 9.49 10J8 10.49 Pidteney street. 10.28 Enfield 10.53 9.55 1020 10.55 North terrace. .. 10.1 Goodwood JS-S £len, Os™OI1d 10-47 16.9 1053 10.48 Polteney street. 10.33 genley Beach 11.8 9.51 10.36 US North terrace 1H! S11!,6*^^- 10M 10-6 10-23 10.46 JDiortti terrace J2-S U?df Pm£ J0-55 10JS* '-M 10.56 North terrace 10-27 Hindmarsh 10.48 10.1 10.21 10.51 North terrace 10.37 Kensington 10.54 10.19 10.36 10JJ5 Hindmarsh aoosze. ?2HI Kens Gardens 10.37 9.52 10.14 10.40 Hindmarsh square ?2H tE38?11.^ IS'43 9AS 10J3 M-45 Direct. 1033 Maylands 10.47 10.18 lfl.33 10.49 Direct - 10.18 Miteham 10.48 10.1 1051 1&49 Ptdteney s...

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TRAINS (WINTER SERVICE). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

TRAINS {WINTER SERVICE) This schedule shows «K_departare and arrival of the last train to and from various suburban termini for Sundays: — ? ... Last tram ' ? ? % leaves ... . ' ' . Last train - Adelaide . *£?*& . leaves for Arrives 6.0 p.m. Bndgewater «»«„.. 750 pJo. 7.45 p.m. 9.0 pjn. 8.45 p.m. Oaphanr ..'..'?.„.. A7 pjriT 9SS Itt^jot 8.57 p.m. Henley _B«ch .. »« ... 859 pjn. 9.41 jun. IO.wS 10.15 p.m. Onter Harbour „. »,». XL2 pan. 7.45 Djn- 855 djdb. 10.15 pjn. Semaphore .. .« .. „ 1DJH pjn. 10.16 piL 10.54 pS 10J5 pjn. Largs .. .. +* ? M.51 P4n. 10.16 pjn. 1054 pjn. ' I^S*8 ^-*t»a «»»«*- Lew** for Victoria smnte. 10.40j«n. ^ Gtenefc .. ,* .. .. .. „ lifr pjn, IoaTpanf iO-KhgnT:

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EASTERN SUBURBAN HORTICULTURAL AID FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

EASTEMSUBUBBiieORTICDLTUfiAI, & filD FLOBICOLTUm SOCIETY. M A meeting of the above society was held '? in the Norwood Town Hall on Wednes- | day last. There was: a large attendance t of members, over whom Mr.' J. M. .Ban- I nister (chairman of the; committee) ore- - sided. The secretary Mr. A. S. Chaffer) read a satisfactory report of the position of the society. The Chrysanthemum Show was, in the opinion of every one present, the best seen ont of the city for many years. The success of the society is in a great measure due to the infla- : ence of the ladies' committee: The chairwoman (Mrs. G. H. Proeaer) and the ' , secretary (Mrs. P. Pendlebury) are very '? enthusiastic workers on behalf -of the so- ' riety. The monthly competition was held i Eter the meeting, .flie judges for the opea class being Mrs. P. Penaebriry and Mr! A._S. Beasley. The most successful et-. utetoiB were Mesas. J. M. Bannisteri 3. Jlaflae^. and C. W. Jndd. ^aTSseaC bouvatdias, and chrysanthemums .were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

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THE PRINTED WORD. Books And Their Writers. BOOKS RECEIVED. FROM EIGBY, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Shmwied word. Boofe And Th?ir Writers. By 'Spcro.' BOOKS RECEIVED. FBOVklGBT, LTD. HBCTOa CRAEME/fry Evelyn Brentwooa. BROWN FACE ANB.WHTfE by Clire Holland. PHILIPS'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ATLAS. THE BED LAHTERN,\by Edith Wherry JPErtS OF DE3EE, hf M. P. Willcocks,

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B GRADE. STURT B. V. Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

B GRADE. STURT B. V. Y.M.C.A. An interesting match took place on Saturday on the grounds of the former team. Both clubs had won two matches, and each was confident of success. The first quarter ended ifl favour of the doubles-blues; while at' half time the score stood at 4 to 2, they being still in the lead. Though at times hard pressed on the defence fines, Chellew and Kent were generally equal to the occasion, and re turned the ball to the. forwards in fine style. The last two quarters were less even, with Sturt attacking «nd Y.M.C.A. attempting to- crowd the goal 'and block the scoring. Their attempt; was ineffec tual, and the home team's -forwards -scored several really fine snaps. The final 6cores were:— Sturt, 12 goals; Y.M.C.A., 3 goals. For Start Tonkin held Fry, the Y.M.C.A. crack forward, well, while Gordon (an at tack) and Short (at centre) did good Ber vice.

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