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WORLDMISSIONERS The Evangelists' Return. Chapman and Alexander in Adelaide. The Doctor Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

W0ELBMI8SI01EES The Evangelists' B^turn. Chapman and Alexander in Adelaide. . The Doctor Interviewed. The members of the ChapmanAlexan der Mission, who will conduct a three weeks' mission in- Adelaide, arrived from Melbourne by the' express this morning. lhey included ; Dr. and Airs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Norton, Mr. Naftzger (soloist), and Mr. Harkness (pianist). Preparations in an ticipation of -their visit have been in progress during, the past -Jew months, and a distinguished assembly were on . the platform when the Melbourne express steamed in. 'Among ijiose present were Sir Charles Goode, &he Rev. Henry Howard, Uev. \V. H. Cann (President of the Methodist Conference), Mr. H. A.. Wheeler (Secretary of the Y.MLC.A.). Revs. W. A. and-J. G. J-angsford. Mr. H. j .Wreford, Rev. U'. Lo2kbart -Morton (lieadJ of the missionary training college), Mr. J. bVlehanty {Secretary of the . Mission Executive in' Adelaide), and many other leading citizens. The' 'p...

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BARON CHARGED WITH MURDER. The Accused a Wreck. Question of Sanity. ROME, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

BARON CHARGED WITH MURDER. The Accused a Wreck. Question of Sanity. ROME, Mav 17. The trial of Baron Paterno for the mur der of Princess Gnila Trigona di Santella, lady-in-waiting to the Queen of Italy, com liieDced* to-dav. TKfe-1 accused's lawvers ' e&deatoittBd'fd^ecure X^HJeEpdaemefri; T-f .' the trial in order to have their client examined by experts as to his sanity. The entrance of the Baron into the court created a marked sensation. He looked a 'ivreck of his former self, being almost unrecognisable. At even' move ment he made an effort to conceal his face from the public. The case is being tried with closed £oors.

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A HUGE CANNON. Eighteen-inch Bore. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A HUGE CANNON. ? Eighteen-inch Bore. ?LONDON/ May 17. ,Mr. J. M. Gledhili,' of the big iron firm Of Armstrong and Whitworth, speak ing at the Iron and' Steel Institute, stated that thejjs .were .now whispers concern ing the construction of .a gun with an 18-in.- -bore;- weighing between 150 and 300 tons.

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DEVILLED SARDINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

- ' DEVILLED SARDINES. Eight sardines. For each sardine allow a thin slice of bacon and a finger-shaped kpiece of buttered toast, hah! a lemon, the hard-boiled yolk of one egg, a Kttle coral line pepper. (Sufficient for four.) - Skin the sardines carefully, and cut off the tails. Cut the bacon into neat, thin Strips. Roll each sardine in a slice of ba i. con, squeeze a few drops of lemon juice on it, . and dust very slightly with cayenne. Place the sardines on the finger-shaped i/ieces-of hot buttered toast, and pot them ton a baking tin in the orcn jajjjfee faawpg; decorate each sardine with a little of the pretty feathery-looking yolk, and sprinkle over each a little coralline pepper. Serve them as hot as possible, arranged on a fancy paper.

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Stock Exchange Notes. ADELAIDE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Stock Exchange Notes. ADELAIDE, May 18. There was little doing on the Adelaide 'Change this morning, except in Junc tions, which were largely traded, owing to the fact that, while prospecting at the 150' level, a rich sulphide loae -was uis covered, 120 ft. in length and 40 wide; assays give lead 30 and silver 26. -They firmed to' 7/8*. Junction Norths further weakened to' 12/9. It is reported that bonds are going to be offered to the share holders, payable in five years. Souths, British, and Proprietary shares, were virtually unchanged, but the turn over was light. With copper up to &i% quotations for these lines underwent a slight change upwards; but the only lines to have trade effected were Chillagoe. Lyell, Elliott, and Wallaroo. A few of the smaller-priced Westralians met with light notice, and easier prices ruled in Bullfinch Proprietary, Associated, Commo dore, and. Payne's Find. In investments Adelaide Electric (ord.) buyers advance* to £9 5/, but no business result...

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Woman's Letter from London. LONDON, April 19. Dear Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Woman's Letter feom London. By MADGE. LONDON, April 19. Dear Australia, — There is good news for the hungry. A new and decorative eatable has been invented by one of the High and Mightinesses of the cookery art. It is to be called the 'fr raise batah Bernhardt,' and is said to rival even the famous 'Peche Melba' in all its glory. The new invention, is to be kept a dark secret— -whicb really means that the press will blazon it forth on every possible occasion— until May 4th, when it will burst on the world at eleven simultaneous ban quets to be given by tbe Society of Epicures in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Paris, Lyons, Marseilles, Brussels, Berlin, Stras burg, and Vienna. This society was founded by two famous cooks, or, perhaps we should call them chefs, as they are right at the top of the cookery tree, also a French Professor and a poet, and its object is to -demon* strate the excellence of the French culinary art. The new dish is de scribed as a 'poem in luscious ...

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CHAPMAN-ALEXANDER MISSIONERS. BIG-WELCOME MEETING. ENTHUSIASTIC SINGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHAPMAN-ALEXANDER MISSIONERS. BIG -WELCOME MEETING. ENTHUSIASTIC SINGING. The Flinders Street Baptist Church was crowded to-night when a meeting of wel come to the mission party was held. The Rev. Henry Howard presided. Dr. Chap man, wno is susenng trom throat trouble, was not present. Mr. Alexander's me thod of -conducting the singing was' the main feature of an enthusiastic meeting, le said he was sure those present would -e the mainstay of the movement during the. next three weeks, and with that enc in view he proceeded to coach' 'tJieari' in' same of the mission's special hymns. 'It is heaven just to know, (hat Jesus Washed away my every stain of sin.' The composer, Mr. Harkness, who pre sided at the piano, sane it, and so did \&r. Alexander, followed by the three ladies of the party. Then the congre gation tried it together, after which the ministers and Salvation Army members gave it. The audience sang it en masse, and then three members se lected by Mr. Alexander' tri...

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THE BATHROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

{THE BATHROOM . So often -illness in- the household can fce' traicetno'^efectira plumbing or an unsanitary fctJndrtion of the bathroom, that it behoves every housekeeper to -fee, to it. that' that important room is ai 'vays in perfect -condition. The plumbing 6bonld of course be regu Jarlyinspected, and'a. plumber bronght in at once as eoon as anything wrong is de Most modern bathrooms have tiled or inlaid floors, which are 'easily kept clean, and the 'walls are1 of something which ' «tn be~thbrougEly washed with soap and ?water. Pojncelain tubs and basins with ' opfen plumbing insure .against the lurking it germs and dirt in out-of-the-way cor ners, -which, used to be such common ' epnrces of 31-health. ? Tie tub, basin, and other accessories are not hard^io keep white and' shining now, with the many excellent preparations in.wse..for. quick and. effective cleaning. Hard rubbing and back breaking effort to cleanse these things are not now neces i If one has nothing else # on hand.,...

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A NIGHTEIGHT SHADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A NIGHTEIGHT SBtADE, The nighfclight shade shown in the pho tograph is made trf corrugated linen, but it can be contrived in BUk over a wire foundation, with a narrow fancy braid ana ,pean naxue as an rmampntxtiTm . ? The materials most * suitable for' the covering pf -.these shades ,is flowered chine silk and safe grenadine silk, both of «rtuA range from 6/6 to 7/6 per yard, Stnbie width. ?'?'??'. ' JUlf^A^pm^txtA^ares bl wire foundations can be-m»ne to order at most of the large, drapery -and electrical houses, the prices, ghaaqged, of course, depending upon the atootrnt sof ^wire arid labour entailed. Bilt.it might be: said-that the 'Empire' [uMMdaiion, which is largely used for steading lamps :ka&] -ferhajigiiig in the centre of rooms, can generally be obtain ed at once. *' ? ??--'.-? -. . ?*¥' It is quite .easy to cover an Empire shape \irtth sak,arid decorate it in any desired style.' . ,...-, - :To4nose3-^ shades offer srej* -5Mtojattt^e6^r'^r skill, p^^ae^^s^lined*wr...

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

COX'S FARM SEEDS? SPECIALLY SELECTED. Machine Cleaned and Graded, Always Obtainable. Immediate and careful attention and dispatch given Orders large or small. Our LUCERNE AND GRASS SEEDS noted for PURITY and EXCELLENCE. DBTH3BDTING AGESTS FOR— International Stock Food Co., Pointer's CaM Food, Vreeland's 'Electro' Areenate of Lead. Hanson's 'Champion' Incubator, '^Federal' Spray Mixture, Spratt's Dog and Poultry Specialties. E. R\ COX & CO, Car. East Terrace & Bundle SL,Adelatde. Catalogues Free. ralSc IBEEE'S - GOOD PB1MT1BCF ' AJiI-' BAQ ' v/evn sssas the latieb, bot wif DO . . THE FOBMER. GIVE US &.TBUI«, MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD., v G&BEBT PLACE, .ADELAIDE. Tc1fpbongr~S34(W 38O. 3812. MML NEWSPAPERS, LTD., CUBEET TIiACE, ADEI4UDE. ' ? BURLINGTON HOUSE ?? - ? is ? jn Fashionable Evening Wear. - Superb PAJLETTE SILKS, Beautiful NINONS, delicate CREPE DE CHENES— every , foremost fashionable shade for the present season's evening; . wear. These combined wi...

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The Realm of Women THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Beautiful Gowns in Preparation for the Dance Season. White and Cherry Colour, with Purple Pansies. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

JtJBKBUKKBSHM3SBIlllRUEBU^BB^^^m^^^j^^^—m^^mjm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^—^—.^^^^^^^mm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mmdJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THE MIRROR OF FASHION. Beautiful Gowns in Preparation for the Dance Season. , White and Cherry Colour, with Purple jPansies. By 'Irene.' In spite of the fact that the Cup festi val is over and events that followed mak ing brilliant breaks, the most animated functions are all in the future. As a mat ter of fact, everybody is ve^y busy -with, things to do just now, and nobody Beems to have time to do half of them. Evening entertainments interfere with dinner par ties, luncheons cut short conferences, dress fittings disturb the morning hours of rest and exercise, and charity jostles worldly matters at every turn; indeed, charity is a very important person at present, and in her name there are concerts and dra matic entertainments, and I know not what, to which every one goes, and for which every one pays generously. But this is wandering away from...

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

J&? 1T She can safely select Coffee, as ' JgSgsS^/^Sm-'^ , f '.'*'' '? ? '?~' most people enjoy t/tdi Coffees . . -^^KB ' j£?^^P?£»- jj-%* IT When it is mode -with ' ' ' ^tiiKSJr- ^ $£ Dlvnl!. l/AU w -, ?J£^\^ ?' ^*A ' i essence Im^mim Spf the. most exacting palate is J#/jRjf- ^' AC ^ « !&l 5 tfrom the Hostess' point - j0§^^^J^l^^^^B^i Z?? of, View, too, it has many *d- WfS 'ii^a^^y ? IW ?.::* vantagesoverthe slow, ?waste- jIjP^£^^^B8DHBHH&Ql. )B-' ;T-:J fal method of the ground yj^-yf , fV^^HML 1?K# t%3 bean.; because, when the milk T^f MMfflfflii^k $£& H&.V and water is hot «w«ra*»B (f//m/////iW']WwJW7 *?*!?: -_JIaTtoni-lhooldyoiir^£Sfcl^™'* W ml Mill sBfl *&, 50rfgr»botUeto-myonrOtocCT«na ] MMl/fill' WXRky '? ?£?* tertltsyouwfllbedd^iteawitlithelUTor. TjlJwiuK'iij ?Hfft^ Japanese. 1 X Something ffouet !-,| I « * Sbir j S Won't see £very- | SUfc Robes ana-Blouses, ?kSl-SQe ; § Steckingi'to matdif only one of Hi 1 lnT**ii ? ~ ? * - - ...

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REGISTRATIONS OF NEW FIRMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

REGISTRATIONS OF NEW ? :' firms. Australian Photo 'Enlarging Company Sontk terrace, -Tbebarton. 6189, May 17 WJ2.- . Walter _ William ^Telfer, photo Krapberl Gbmmenced bnsanf-aK (Vbifw 9 Opkhnbia Skating Hink, Kadina. ' 6183 May 13,;, 1913. Arthur Walter Ayles) laff merchant; Henry Randolph Major, cbacbbtdlder; Will Collins James Jacob, farmer: and Gordon Hillia Jacob, farmer; all of Kadina. Commenced business May 13, 1912. - ' Domestic Supply Company, Adelaide, importers. 6186, '.May .17, 1912. Arthur Ebenezer Forsaith, of 331 Collins street, Melbourne. -Commenced business January 1, 1912. Fuller, M. P. and A. AF.. aiingbinna Farm, KeiDi, farmers. 6184, May 13, 1912. Murray Ple»r Fuller and Alick Morris Fuller. Commenced business April 1, 1912. ? Cordon Brothers. Hundred Wallaroo, farmers. 6180, May 10, 1912. Thomas George Gordon and Leonard Leslie Gor don. Commenced business January 1, 1912. Hailiday Brothers, Marlborough fta.ee. Adelaide, litho^rapherK. Sidney Hugh Matheson Haili...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. SYDNEY, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

I' KVUKK* MAEKETS. , 1. . SYBHSY, T&y-IB. The further spurt of £1 per ton in the ratae of copper in London yesterday wasjrespoasibfe hrlheactivity disptayedin red-roetal ventures ™ Se Sydney Erchange to-day. Hampdg taroW from 35/7} to M/.^W''?™^ ^ Sontelrom 45/3 to 45/9, Mom* Elliott torn KM/ to £5 15/, and Mount tyell from 38/ tZ^t chillasoe and Grafton were also a few £n« stro^erT^a *&** interests did not at ract much attention. ?' ? The following mining sales TO*e negotiated to-day:-Hampden, 36/. 3S/1J. 36^6: terms (six weeks). 36/6; do. ' (cash), 36/4$;; Wallaroo and Moonta (odd lot), -45/9: Junction North, 137; South (con., odd lot). £7; do. (paid), £7 Q/-; Baker's Creek, 6d.; British Broken Hitt: (old), ; .; j - .. . 1 58/», 56/6; . B.H. Junction (ord.), terms (six weeks* 7/C; do.' (cash), 7/CJ, 7/T, ?/8; Brilliant Extended (paid); 2/9; Mount Cutbbert, 6/3; Brokeij ; Hfll ;Sorth, \ £5 9/6. - Messrs.. S. C. Ward & Co. nave supplied as with' the .followin...

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CHAPTER VIL [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHAPTER TIL In the passage of $o. 6 Pump Court were three tin boxes and a. helmet .case, on which were freshly painted initials. Basil stood and looked at them for a moment, and then strolled Into the sit ting room where Swayne was busily writ ing. - 1 ? .^ 'I've jiist got my heroine into a- devil of a fix; and.. Ill leave her. there for the present. Four thousand 'words^ tadayj and every word of it-. -piffle^.'. Xow.'II] go and .chuck some clothes into my; bag,' the hitter said ' with a yawn. ... 'You are going away?' 3?gil asked.' 'Tm going to Liverpool to. see you off. 'It's awfully good of yon; but— -\ 'I'm going; so you needn't say- any more. We've got an hour before .we need start.' . a..- ' ' ' ' As he spoke there, was. ai tnock at the door, -which Swayne opened, admitting Sir . James Seymour, who...was followed, by Joan.. ? -. . .?'? . ? 'We thought we would'. come and see the last of you. Those .boxes win look a bit different .-when - yea: come back, Sir James- said grimly....

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THE S.P.C.A. THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE SBiili ''THE IMPORTArNCE OF SEIN«J ' ' 'EARNEST.' -- ' ?*&: (ByIHENE.V . . 'The Importance of B.eingEanif»^.r H»ras given inthe-Unley Town-Hallfdn Friday evening last under the allspices of the Society for the Preventibi trf :'., Cruelty to. Anijnajs;to raise.mon^^fbr ''? that most'4^sen7nS.iostitutib|iC OTd it v ?iyas' accomplished .by 'a' private com- ? pany flrith. '; excellent *_ spirit. '', :12afly-..' Bosanquet and Miss Bosanquet, Vby giving; their direct. patronage, evinced '.-?;? their appreciation of ftie: njoyemtenC Captains . Walker,. A-DX.', and iFJet^' -her, ,'A.D.C.,. were in;attehdance;:and ' ?iverc accompanied by ^^ Lord. Richard T Nevilh ? The Gdvenunent House wty % were met at the: jSoor, by^.tJifc.Jla^orf; of Adelaide , (ULt. Lavington- -Bonyi- %& thbri)' and lfefesrs.r IS.' J. Jacobs ^hJJ;S A. C'Mihtbin (members *of 'theTcpinisfef mittee of. th^; society). ?' ' v; ' ; \ S,1 -.;- Lady B#anquel was ~handson|tlyi;;. gowned jn ' black, also Miss, ...

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ON THE SLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

OS THE SLIP. - The bq. Tuba, which was thrown on her beam ends -when a few days oat from' Port Victoria en route to the 'United Kingdom, wheat laden, has been placed on Fletcher's slip for exami nation. The hull is reported to be sound.

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

? The life of a single copy of ^THE MAIL' is from three days to one week. ; The life of an average newspaper is half -a day. ?.??-' Bates faffll «B*avwlwng i-q?«tt- meat, 'liUF STewspspei*) ffittwt ici- ? ? ' r ' '1 . rtfae^i ????-.. ? ? - -i ? -*' ? ' ? ^_- IP* :JBffi2nFI!lili ifefil 191 ANf^4L ^$ : ' ^^^flL^^^KB^^Bni&SSa^SaH ' jV V - Toocb^-tne ?'?? aWa^^BHal^5S3^r* SasB Ie^JtW tiaU of« Kano . - ?'? ^D^^^^^^^^^^B^BI^^^^ -— — ? 11 ;?; of Australian ' '*'* .^E^ ~^HB|HSb3^^^^^^^P^ ~^^xm - timbers, are ?vi*ijS*' ' a^awiffi^iia^a^a^a^a^aMa^aM^a^a^a^a^aw'^^-j j^^^_ij^^^b^i * f ^%.''^^^BH.flHH^iEr ^ \ /Vv \V| Inspect at ear £*** ^^HHH ^ A \ / / ivl eHtmlttoOTOMM: -^^^^^^a^a^B^a j' ^^w^**^^ ~-^^^^^^% 'AifffclnEifA '.-*--; - ' ' ^^^^iMa%r Wnun I'm liw ^^^^^SpB*'1^^^ ? ftWSmiUVi ;g% c __^^^__________JtondKagt,MdiiBond.atoaoiiHM. ^— — — — ^^sl WERTHEIM SEWING MACHINES I PERFECT In Construction Jg—PiW— teu^ Bfto Finish ^^SSPjHHBBebmsssbsbssbb^^^^^^^^^^w^ FEKFECTLY Easy to Master Mffif...

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FOUR-FOOTED FRIENDS Why Treat Them as Enemies? Man's Inhumanity to Beasts The S.P.C.A. as a Counter Influence. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

FOUR-FOOTED FRIEM& Why Treat 13iem as , , , Eneniips'? - ?r Man's Inhumanity to Beasts The S.P.C.A. as a Counter Influence. Man's ^inhumanity to man has formed a text for so many sermons that a lot of people are apt to forget that man's cal lous treatment of dumb animals also offers wide scope for reform. In some respects there is more need for sermonis ing on the latter subject, for -while there are laws protecting the lives and property of human beings, animals can be mal treated or killed at the will of their mas ters, provided the latter stops short of actual torture. And in many cases tor ture is inflicted wjthout any one bear ing of it, for an animal is not gifted with speech wherewith to voice his sufferings and convict his persecutors. Of course, no man with any decent feelings is cruel to animals, but when one comes to think of it, it is astounding what a number of folk there are in, every community who are callous and even brutal in their treatment of their four-fo...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHAPTER VL The murder of Sylvester and the sub sequent death of Sir Stephen had oecur -red at a timfe when the newspapers lacked neirS, and accordingly -columns were devoted to the tragedy, and report ers hungry for copy literally dogged Ba sil's footsteps. In due course the inquest was held, and the unscrupulous conduct of the dead man was disclosed in evidence. The pe cuniary losses of the public were very great, falling mainly upon those, who were in poor 'circumstances. Basil had announced his father's desire that their private fortune should be devoted to res titution, and his intention of realising .the estate at the earliest passible mo ment. With this announcement there came a revulsion of feeling in Sir Ste phen's favour, and it was Sylvester who was held up to execration. But. the jury had no alternative but to return a verdict of 'wilful murder' against the dead baronet, and a few days later the tragedy ceased to attract much attention. The public has a short memory,' and...

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