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LACROSSE. EAST TORRENS V. STURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

LACEOSSE. EAST TORRENS V. STURT. This afternoon was hardly suitable for lacrosseT The sun was; hot, and the ground^ was very hard,^a^d 'every jjjflayer who had sories left the ground with sore feet. From the draw off the play was very fast, and Sturt were not long in registering two 'goals, bnt East .Torrens defending well managed to keep the in vaders out, and the quarter ended 2 to nil in favour of Sturt. In the second quar ter the Torrens still defended, but the play wa msore even, when J. Smith man aged, through attractive play, to note the only goalfor East Torrens. At .half time the scores were 5_t6 1;; -The next term was very fast, the' East- Torrens at tacking well, but they were unable to get through the Sturts* back men. At three quarter time the scores were 7 to 1, still in favour of Sturt. ffhe final quarter was begun ?yrith much vigour, but with beau tiful combination the Sturts managed to throw 5 goals to nil. Just -before the final bell £. Mann, of East Torrens, ac ci...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. NEW SUBURBAN CARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

GENERAL NEWS. NEW SUBURBAN CARRIAGES. The first four of the 50 carriages of the new suburban type designed, principally for the Port line, which are being built in the Islineton Workshons. are finished, am have bad a trial run, with satisfactory re sults. The carriages are of a handsome type, with well-ventilated, clear story roofs, a centre vestibule dividing eac vehicle into two compartments, with plat forms at the outer ends. There is Beat ing accommodation for 76 passengers, the cross-seats being covered with woven, rat tan cane. The. inside- fittings* are '--of aluminium alloy, the whole of the interior of the bodies being finished-in blackwood mouldings, with raised panels of . figured ash, and bevelled mirrors for first-class and blackwood and kauri pine for second class. The ceilings are of millboard, painted white, and relieved with tintei moulding. The carriages are brilliantly lighted with Stone's electric light. There are three four-light electroliers in each compartment...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

TOWN HALL. Tbe Town Wall Wondergraph Company announcei4that owing to the enormous suc cess of that splendid Irish, patriotic drama, 'Shamus O'Brien,' they nave decided to .show the beautiful picture until Mon day evening. Monday night's programme will therefore consist of an entirely new selection of pictures, with the exception ?of 'Shamus O'Brien.' Ati interesting picture to be shown will be ''Ireland and srael,' a feature of which win be a box ing match refereed by the celebrated pu gilist Tom Sharkey. This film should prove a great attraction to sporting folk. Among the other films, to be screened will be: — 'Extravagance' (dramatic), 'A Tenderfoot's Troubles' (western comedy), 'The ,Ranchman'6 Marathon' (comic), archs of the Prairie' (cowboy), Toto Has No. .Lock' (comic), and Jane's Aero FDght.' On Wednesday night the Won dergraph Company will show yet another complete change of programme, the star item of which will be 'The Deserter,' a sensational military drama of early days...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RAILWAY EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

RAILWAY EXCURSIONS. From May 25 excursion fares will be available on the railways for a fortnight. The . object of the ' department in giving this concession is a double one. In the placard it looks incongruous to be told that people may travel at cheap rates to attend the Birthday Meeting of the Ade laide Racing Club and the meetings in connection with the Chapman-Alexander mission, which begins to-morrow, but that m the fact. The trains are likely to have a busy time.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK AT MOUNT BRYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

STOCK AT MOUNT BRYAN. The members for the District of Burra Burra presented a petition to the Railways Commissioner on Thursday afternoon, ask ing that better facilities for handling stock should be provided at Mount Bryan Sail wayStation. 'The Commissioner promised to give the request careful consideration.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
C GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

C GRADE. Sturt met University at Mackinnon pa rade, where a fast game resulted. Sturts eventually won by 11 goals to 10. Sturts at half time led by 7 to 4 and three minutes before time University were 2 in the lead. Here the Starts' attacks forced matters, and by the aid of Searle (1) and Colebatch (2) succeeded in passing the 'Varsity's eqore. The best man on the field was Osman. Barlow (in goal) for the students saved some 'remarkably hot shots. He was undoubtedly the best man in his position, and the most useful man ftir his side. Other good players were Colebatch (captain)-, playing centre, Clay ton and Searle (home). For the 'Varsity, Wall, Leslie, Beard, Dart, Bennett, and McLeay. Goalthrowers: — Start — Searle (1), and Selth (1). University— Wall (6), (I), and Selth (1). Unversity— Wall (6 and McGee (4).

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOMETHING FOR THE COMMERCIAL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SOMETHIXG 1O«#HE COWSEB&L&h ~ man;- -.:-. .-'V-r.', -From G&tgii JmEffr ^.y^ffiaS^ 'Philip's Chamber' of :Commerce A»ar^ through Rigby, Limited)-^In tiiai' 3p*£aor the publishers say that the 'Chamber oT Commerce Atlas' is an attempt to present in a graphic and at the same tune handy; and inexpensive form an exhaustive «qm marv of the present economic' conditions of the globe. It forms an', epitome of commercial information derived, from 'the latest - and most ? authoritative British and' foreign sources, including Bliiebooks, trade and consular returns, and steamship and railway companies' . timetables, which-are otherwise only available at a prohibited cost and after endless search. AH this widely scattered information -is summaris ed, and treated on a comparative method. The first six sections, of 128 pages ol coloured maps, illustrate every aspect of commercial enterprise throughout the world.* There is a series of general- maps of the world, including su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMPIRE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

FALFIRE THEATRE. The Empire still retains its large fol cwing of picture-loving patrons, aid as Messrs. Sayers and Lennon know their business and alwavs keen ud with the bee this is not to be wondered at. During the past week delighted audiences have cacb evening recorded their approval of a pro gramme full of good things, and justly so. The Empire will also fall into accord with the other picture houses, and, com-' mpneing from the 22nd instant, will screen their fresh programme on 'Wed nesday nights. However, a film entitled 'The Red Rose' will flit across the white sheet on -Monday night, and will also be retained on the Bill on Wednesday evening. This drama is described as tbe greatest Italian tragedy ever attempted or shown in kinematogranh production. It is a powerful play of passions, and in troduces a most weird and mystic dance of the world-famed apaches. Although the names of the Italian actors who fill the leading parts are not known to Aus tralians, they are household wo...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOTELS AND EARLY CLOSING. DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

HOTELS AND EARLY CLOSING. DEPUTATION flO THE PREMIER. *K f Strong. arguments against the proposed eariy closing of hotels were brought lorth by members of a deputation that waited on the Premier on Friday afternoon with' a view to counteracting the influence of the Temperance Alliance, whose members recently approached' the Minister and ask ed that . licensed premises should, be com pelled to shut at 6 p.m. One of the great arguments of the teetotal deputation was l-ased on -the hew Early Closing Act. The contention wbb that it was unfair to close I shops early .and not do the same with, the ? hotels. The licensed .victuallers' repre 1 eentatives, however, pointed out that they j carried on their trade subject to restric tions and laws which never touched the. ordinary trader. The Hob. E. L. W.. Klauer quoted interesting figures to ebow i that in spite of the fact that South A«b I troiian hotels werrf open for longer hours than those in New Zealand, and that in some parts of the lat...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A Ceiling ^klk * 1/ ? /'? . ; // . ,, ? -? ] | A WUNDEffiLIGH CEIWfe is san^ ,itary,a aoa-collector of dust, it cannot crack; or fails/ being made of toughened Steel, therefore there is no cost cjff upkqfejp* A WUNtaRUtH CEILING is easily put up, and once up it stays up, it is artistic, and is obtainable in hundreds of different styles— — all : highly decorative. WUNDERJLICH CEILINGS are made in Australia by Australian work- 1^ tn^n, well paid and working under 8 model conditions. In tsupportii«g . 1 a local indnstry look for the 'W* ' in jbircie on the back of each sheet. f WHff BUltDING OR THINKING CEILINGS; get in touch with us afcd learn, all about Wunderlich .^Ceilings before making 'a' final ' Mecis^on. , .-':..-?. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE sent / free on request. .* _; Wunderlich Ltd I :. 113-119 Carrie Street Adelaide I There is nothing to be gained by clinging to your old unsightly . teeth— except pain *nd nervous strain. Have your teeth 'Mallanised', Let your parted lips re ve...

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From a Woman's Point of View. WOMEN AND EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

From a Woman's Point of View. (By MADGE.) WOMEN' AND EDUCATION. Our domestidess condition promises to do good, if only in the way of introduc ing some saner system «f- education for women. Time was when woman's know ledge began and ended wit nthe stulroom and embroidery frame; true, she learnt sufficient TnngK«h to write an excellent let ter, but her curruculnm was limited to certain 'suitable' subjects and a wide golf stretched between the lessons which were allotted to her and to her brothers. Tben came a realisation that this was unjust. Women, as much as men, had brains, and should be given opportunities of develop ing them. The gates of learning should be opened wider, and they were— so wide ithat women streamed in pell-mell, and set themselves to absorb an indiscrimi nate smattering of whatever subjects came . first to band. The intention was excellent, but the result fell short, as time has shown. Equality and opportu nity do not mean* a mechanical putting through the mill, i...

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

I SHIPPING. ?'' ' '' L p. & o. f FEEJfAKTLE. INDIA, CHKA, AKD EUROPE. b FIRST AXD SECOND SALOONS OJO,Y. I StecnuT. (Tons. I Commander. Leaves. k CHINA ? ! EOOO iC.H.S.Tocque,ENR Msy 23 & MACEDONIA i 10500 C.D.Bciinctt,R.S.B. June 6 ? MOKEA ? 'HOOO |W.L.Brown,H.V.H. ! June 20 ? MARMORA.. : 10500 'S.deB.Lockyer.RXB j July 4 ? MOLDAVIA.. .lloOOT E. H. .Gordon J4iuyl8 W MALOJA ? il-25'Ti G.H.C.Westoii.RNIl | Apg. L ? MONGOLIA.. lieCOO |C.P.Praston,a.NJL | Aug. 15 ? And fortnightly thereafter. ? SAILINGS TO MELBOURNE AND SYDNET. P Steamers. Leave Adelaide. I MACEDONIA ? HayU I, J4OKEA ? -1by36 I All Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. [ FIRST AND SECOND SALOON Passages grant f- ed to Europe, India, China, and Western Aus t tralia, &c. Special ami Ronnd-the-Wortd Ex F cursions arranged; also through passages to New 1 Tork. Passages arranged from any port. Special ? Holiday Return Tickets to Colombo. I For information and Handbook!; apply to ? ' ELDER, SMITH, ...

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

- ^^^V^^^^^ .% ? ? If Quality Counts j ] Come to Us. j ? ? . . , - I fi We liave on view a choice selection of 1 | rare and artistic Jewellery, comprising I \ GEMS, NECKLACES, PENDANTS^fcj ENGAGEMENT RINGS, IB EARRINGS, BRACELETS, ' J| BROOCHES, gP SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE, I j and LEATHER GOODS. I E. H. KELLY & CO. The Quality Jewellers. Bowman Arcade, King William St. . Telephone 3236 Central. i ? . _ _ ..?_?? ? /?? a . ? ?? ? Miss Blanche Browne , !''??? says: «* I am pleased to give cordial corrobont&nto J. die good things tbe inventors of Alpine Snow say of the delicate preparation. Herein your glorious Australian. climate, with its alternation* of ardent sunlight' and strong winds, it is more necessary for women to safe- . guard their complexions with Alpine Snow than in my own moist* cool and' grey land. Alpine Snow is soothing, emolBent, and cleanly; Wishing it all success^ IF any farther testimony is needed * to prove die beautifying effect of ALPINE SNOW, it ...

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THE WAR OFFICE AND AEROPLANES. The Scheme for This Year. No Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE WAR OFFICE AND AEROPLANES. The Scheme for This Year. No Progress. , Col. Seely(the Under Secretary foi War) stated, in reply to Mr. Fell in tn^ House, of Commons on April 10, that th- - airship Delta and a new vessel will brf' constructed at the Army Aircraft Factory. It .was proposed to. train 120 officers and r* ' a for airship work, but- the actual cost training could sot be definitely stated. . The' employment of airships for military^ purposes was being carehuTyJajfasiderat^ .-'' ? Ueplying to farther questions,' Cot' See^ft stated that . the Clement-Bayard airship J had been dismantled, 'ae it was con-* sidered wholly unserviceable.' . . The Clement-Bayard airship flew from Lamotte-Bretiil, in France, to London on: October 1^ 1910, covering a distance of: 246 miles in six hours with seven pas-' sengers. She was berthed without any difficulty in the 'Daily Mail' garage on' Wormwood Scrubs, and was handed over to -the War Office. ' She was never seen' again. The airship -was...

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LOST BARONETS SON. Mr. Frederick Fermor-Hesketh. Found in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

LOST BARONET'S SON. Mr Frederick Fermor Hesketh. Found in America. The mystery surrounding the disappear ance of Frederick Fermor-Hesketh, second son of Sir Thomas and Lady Fermor Hesketh, who was given up for dead, ap pears to be solved. . Mr. Hesketh, who was a lieutenant in the 9th Lancers, was last seen at Kingstown Pier, Ireland, on October 30, 1910, dressed in a rough serge suit, and without any baggage. His in tention was to go to America to amass a fortune. A communication received in New York from Dr. R. F. Woodard, of Gillette, Wyoming, asked whether any- thing was known of a missing Englishman, answering to the following description: — A man about' 30 years of age, black curly hair, slightly grey, blue eyes, 6 ft. tall,   name Frederick or Hespeth, of military bearing, highly cultured. This description exactly fits the officer for whom the Scotland Yard and New York police were asked to search 18   months ago. It appears tnat Dr. Wood- ard while ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TURGO-ITALIAN WAR. Turkish Garrison Surrendered. Accorded Military Honours. ROME, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE TURCO-ITALiAN WAR. Turkish Garrison Surrendered. ' Accorded^ Military Honours. V .'.'. '._.' .''.-. ROlME-, May 17. The: Prcraiw (Senor -finali) has an nounced that Gen. Ameglio surrounded the defeated Turkish'- garrison .off the island of. Rljodes, which 'surrendered, and was accorded . military honours. . ? -.

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THE UNEMPLOYED. Action by the Government. Position Not Serious. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE UNEMPLOYED. Action by t-iie Grovernment, Position Not Serious. ? According to Labour estimates there are : about 600 unemployed in the city at the present time. The public were treat ed '. to curious scenes in the streets dur ing the weeji, when organised attempts were made to overrun the Grovernment -offices and . impress, by. noise tbe acute ness of the present^ industrial, position. With the withdrawal of the police in connection with the City Council strike H. 'was' hoped tfiait'the citizens would be relieved ; from further displays of force, but owing to the determination of the rabble ^constables Kad to be called in to preserve -peace -around .the Government offices'.; During, the -first two or three days* of the week poEce and troopers to the number .of weft over a- score guarded the entrances of the principal State build ings. .- .'The^ demonstration, however, was not 'reseated, and; as .the result of a sen sible -deputation on Thursday ' there is every indication that t...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFTER THE PLUNDER. Burglar Disappointed. MELBOURNE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

AFTER THE PLUNDER. ^Burglar Disappointed. MELBOURNE, Mar 18. An armed burglar at S o'clock this1 morning entered the house of Mr H Wooleock, at East Melbourne. Mr Wool cock is the son of a deceased butcher ?.'? whose will, which was published this week showed that he bad left £98.000' Ihe burglar carried an - electric torch: which awoke Mr. Wooleock. The iri' ^llf«-« mand1dumo°5y' andtook a ie* shillings, a watch, and a ^desE, t'ben. de camped. He threatened fo shoot Mr Wooleock if lie were followed -

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THE RIMARY PRODUCER The Queen of Flowers. PREPARATION OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

^r' R^ '^y, ^k^^p^^™ The Queen of Flowers. v By 'Greenleaf.' \= * ^ {Written Exclusively for 'The Slail.') f vtBEPARATION OF THE SOIL. ;?-.;.- Unless . ' 1 'Under some prodigious ban Of PTnnmmiinirarinn' . '??''Hre can grow'' roses for all purposes in '??fe this rose-loving State, with its rich loam V-~-r6nd clay subsoil covering such a large por _'' tioa of our city and suburbs, ? ?- tBIo study culture, a.ud with artful toil --'vQ\-' meliorate and tame the stubbomsoil,' S-i-V fc' a fit quotation also for the man with -the best of soil, as even then that soil re ' ' quires an intelligent interest to be taken -w-* jn it to get it to yield that full richness ' r/v*hat it holds. ? . ^ 'Yon ought to grow roses in the soil Cl '*ou have got,' is a common remark from the man who often owns it just as good, - -jbut makes no' effort to bring bis intelli ir'^' genee to bear on the work The essen '*' tial to successful work is to find- out *'? 'Twhat sort of soil you have — its ingred '-? ?-??...

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GREEN CROPS CONSERVED (ENSILAGE). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SREEN CROPS CONSERVED (ENSILAGE). The manufacture of ensilage either inl pits underground, tubs, or stacks, is I steadily growing with the more provident and intelligent dairyers, and where dairy practice is attended with best results there will be found that the eilo has most friends. The new fanners within this State who have provided in this way are to-day reaping an excellent harvest in the form of good milk yields. When re quested to give their opinions as to its value one and all were found to be loud in their praises, stating that they intend ed never again to be without it. Their advice to all who keep cows is, 'Go thou and do likewise.''' If Australia is to maintain a continu1 ous supply of ' dairy produce to the vhjcit ous oversea markets this impiortant ques tion of food conservation 'must receive more attention. Without it we can never hope to make permanent and' sure pro gress. South; Australia must give hee- to conservation, more so than is required other States of the...

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