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SERIAL STORY. THE RED STREAK. CHAPTER v. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

SERIAL STORY. TftE RED STREAK. Bv WILMOT KAYE. CHAPTER Y. (Continued.) '*aiaps with, shame. . , b /''Poverty is a terrible thing, and.weve ijnad , a painful struggle, but I don't like K He. took hold \of her arm and led her Htt!?;teenily to the. table. . _ . P$&* 'Pealse doriV say any more. I under aW'is^MrsV Layard slowly wrote a few lines, ,,,,.. _ hpt when she arose., her fate was turned SM^'Deal gently wift Agnes. »»* *'S? ^fe -lifer., into marryinff any one she doesn t aaeeis Jo^e,' he raid earnestly. EXX -^ don't' understand yon— what do you Kfe3^^ long as you have sufficient to live opofl, dotft be too ambitious for her I iSl-'dd everything I can to make things i&^,VcoinIortable, bdt I promised my father ^^Sthe money sho& go to , «U - the 5?°*^ distress from the failure of the bank. I liS^dBB't think he wonldibegrudeethe cheque RS': -liat '?will go 1v yonr tiank; Good-by Hfe-wfl 'hardly know how-to thank you,' she &!&&* :' Mre.e...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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JACOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

JACOB. . ? a ?? {By ALFRED HURRY.) Possibly she felt my gaze, for .she turn ed. And her face was worthy of her figure. Two bright blue eyes met mine for an instant before their owner walked on. I stood still. I was in lore with that girl, whom ten seconds before I had never seen. I gazed after her 'till she was out of sight. Then I gazed at the eacred spot on the pavement where she had stood, and behold, there lay a little purse. I picked it up reverently and hastened after her; but she was lost in the throng of Regent street. I reached Oxford Circus and -turned and retraced by steps, and presently I. saw the girl again. She was gazing into anotLcr shop window. I picked - my way deli cately through the feminine crowd. ' My. arm brushed hers, and tbe - blood rush ed from my heart to my ears. She turn ed. Our eyes met. And, by all the saints in heaven, her eyes were brown! It' was not she, but some other girl dressed exact ly like here ... My band fell from ray bat, -end.. J. gasped a...

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FUN OF THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

FUN 0FTHE WORLD He was scarcely noted for hi» gener osity consequently when he engaged the cabby to drive him to his .house, -which was verv ncarlv two miles distant, he stopped him just inside the limit, '.which was outside the cemetery gates; and handed him a shilling. For a mojnent the cabby gazed at It, struggling tdf ex press his feelings. - ;) ' 'Ave a good look at my 'oss, guv'nor, he exclaimed, 'and tell me if you'd know ''im again.' 'Why, of course, I would,' replied his astonished fare. 'I shouldn't be likely to forget a white horse with a short tail like this.' ?: 'Glad to 'ear it,' answered the other with withering scorn, 'and I 'opes nest time yer comes to this cemetery it will be behind a black 'oss with a bloomin' long tail.' The Visiting Chaplain — 'Ah, my bro ther, this world is full of trials.' His -Majesty's Guest— 'Oh, dry up, guv nor. Think I dunno that? It ain*t the trials I minds; it's tbe verdicts.' The Visitor— 'You're a hundred years old, really? I don't su...

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MUSICAL TOPICS. AFTER MANY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

MUSICAL TOPICS. By 'Cosmopolitan*.' . AFTER MANY YEARS. Tbe discovery of a new genius has bees' hailed in Pans. During March of this year a man, by name Ernest Fanelli, who ?was 'living -in extreme poverty, applied for work as a copyist to Mons. Gabriel .Kerne, and submitted a score of' bis own composition as a sample and proof of his caligraphic ability. On examination M. Pierne not only discovered that he had found a neat copyist, but at once dis cerned the master hand at a composer. ?So much impressed was he that he straightway arranged for the obscure mu siciajrs work to appear in public, with, the result that on March 17 a suite of three tone pictures was performed at tbe Concert Coionne before an enthusiastic and delighted audience. . The French cri tics -were almost delirious in their praise, and by common consent ranked M. Fa nelli as an unparalleled . genius. A dis passionate and competent English critic has, however, adjudged the composer as worthy of fame, and .despite th...

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

! DRINK jg 1 SEDNA . AND SMILE AGAIN. ? Agents-SEPPELTS. e132c SANDERSON'S FINE OLD sooto» WHISKY. Agents— sliPPELTS. ? MONEY. V - THE SAVINGS BASK LENDS MONEY ON MOKTGAGE AT THE LOWEST RATE OF IKTB^SSt Fnll particulars ^nay be obtained «t the Bead Office, or any branch of the'Binfc ? -* El39e- ? W. B. POOLB, ttmigtt.^ MONEY TO EENB, ? at 5 per cent., ? ? ? ? ON CITY, SUBURBAN, AMD COPN- r TRY FREEHOLDS., Mortgages, Transfers, and Leases pte pared, and all Real .Property and. Grown Lands Work executed with care and dis patch. . ? . STACY, DUNN, & AYLIFEE, ? Land and Financial Agents, : . 4 Alma Chambers, McHenry street, KSty. - ? 'Phone 2251. ,...' AUSTBALIAK MUTUAL PEOVIDENT 8OCIETT MONEY TO LEND. LOWEST CURRENT BATES. t.tbfbat. OPTIOKS. Offices: 23 KING WILLIAM: STREET. ADELAIDE. CHAS A. SCHULTZ, nsl25e Besdent 8eenfaiy. LOWEST INTEREST IN ADELAIDE. STEICTLT PBIVATE LOANS BPO2T FGBlft TUEE, PIANOS, DEEDS, PEO. NOTES, Ofe PEBSOSAL SECCBiTT. Existing Loans paid off. - 1Sa^~ ...

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MASKED MAN SURPRISED. Plucky Citizen. SYDNEY, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

MASKED MAN SURPRISED. Plucky Citizen. SYDNEY, May 18. : Masked -men 'are still alarming- Sydney and suburbs by. holding up -citizens in l'pnely places and robbing or attempting tjo rob them. ' Last night Sidney Eve, of Park avenue, was waylaid at '630 jn'- St. Ibeonards' Park by a masked man and a confederate, who endeavoured to rob biml i'he masked man was accompanied by an other 'of slight build, who did not have his: face' covered. ^The former bade Mr. JSve a friendly good-night, then asked him for a . moke. . Mr. ' Eve pulled from his pocket some tobacco and handed it to the stranger. He then made a move to get away, 'but *the ? desperado, now ' joined by his -mate, said he wanted money. ' - 'It was -your pay day to-day,' he said, 'and I want all the coin 'you have.' Realis ing that he was up against a proposition that required determination and immed iate action, Mr. Eve jumped at the stran ger and commenced to struggle with him. The confederate was apparently too much afraid t...

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BUILDING TRADE. LABOURERS' DEMAND. A Sharp Letter. Employers Called To Melbourne. They Refuse To Go. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

BUILDING TRADE. LAJBOUBEBS' DEMAND. :: A SUarp Letter. Employers Called To Melbourne. They Befuse To Go. There appears to be a strong possibi lity of friction in the building trade in connection with the recent Federal «Ie mand'of the 'Australian B'jildeis' ' Labour- . ers' Federation. The .conditions this feae- _ ration is applying for are 44 hours per week, .work to begin at S aan. and to . continue till.i2.noon,. arid. from. 1 p-m. till 5 p.m. on- -Monday, Tuesday, . Wednesday, : Thursday, ' arid Friday^' «nd from '8' £.va. * till 12 noon on Saturday. ^Work. dope at' any other time to be deemed over- ? . - time. It is requested that all overtime . shall be paid for at the rate of time and a .half- for- the first two hours, and 'there- after at the rate of double ? time. 'All work done on Christmas Day, Boxing Day. New Year's 'Day, Anniversary Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Eight Hour Day, and Sundays to be paid for at the rate of double time. The minimum rate of wages for all e...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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MYTHICAL HONOURS. Woman Defrauded by Bogus Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

MYTHICAL HONOURS. Woman Defrauded by Bogus Clergyman. Indicted at Surrey Sessions at Kingston on-Thames on April 10 for fraud as a bailee, John George Randall, aged 30, was stated to have described himself in a docu ment as the Bight Rev. Dr. Jack G. Randall, D.O, DJ3.O, M.A., B.A., AJLC., B.D., A.B.S., Ll.B. In the ca lendar yesterday he was stated to be a missionary. It was stated -that in 1906 the prisoner made the acquaintance of Miss Caroline Harty, of Kingston, as tbe representative of a deaf ^nd dumb institution.- fie re?. presented himself- as the Rev.: Jack' Ban- ? dall, and said that- he had received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from Oxford University. Miss Harty did not see him; again until one night in August last, when be called at her house at midnight and complained that he bad been mauled and robbed by strikers on Kingston Bridge. He appeared to be injured, and she took him in. The next morning she handed him jewellery, &c., worth £50 to sell: ? : He told...

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PRINCE CHARLES THE REMARKABLE CHIMPANZEE WHO WILL APPEAR AT THE KING'S THEATRE NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

PRESxE CHABjJe5,-&E»EMARKAB^B -3|5g£^'f||j3' WHO WILL APPEAR AT THE KTXG'S THEATRES With Prince Charles,- the remarkable chimpanzee who is to appear at the King's Theatre on Thesday in the tour he is now making of Australia, is his eightmonths old son, Prince Michael, who is already being prepared for the stage, and who in due course will appear with his father in a double chimpanzee act. 'This,' de clares the trainer, Herr Fass, 'will be the first time two chimpanzees have been seen together in an act on any stage in the world.' Herr Fass is a German. Besides his na tive tongne he speaks French. His know ledge of English is limited to a few words. It is through Mr. J. St. Ciair, of Brennan Fuller Amprutneatres, Limited, acting as German-English interpreter, that the present particulars' respecting Prince Charies;and Prince Michael were. got. 'It is all nonsense,' says Herr Fass, 'to say that chimpanzees- will not- live in cap tivity for more than three years. Every where do...

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OUR BILL BOARD. SHOWS TO SEE NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

OUR BILL BOARD SHOWS TO SEE NEXT WEEK. THEATRE ROYAL. .' . 'Every ^evening at .'.45- J- C. Wil '.'Hamson's BoyaT. Comic Opera Com \pany in' *'Our '. Miss Gibbs.' T?VO{.I THEATRE. ? Every Evening at 8. Most agre? able vaudeville, including the Sisters ..Sprightly, English comediennes, and , the Paxton Troupe, remarkable ground acrobats. KING'S THEATRE. Every Evening at 8. Generous bill of vauderilje, featuring Kara, world's greatest juggler. Kext Tuesday . Chimpanzee Prince Charles, the al ? most human, who dees everything except talk. ? WESTS OLYMPIA. Every evening at 8. West's pre eminent and incomparable pictures ' and 'De Grden's Viceregal Orchestra. TOWN HALL. , Every Evening ' at 8. Interesting -. selection of Wondergraph Pictures .and superb orchestra. Special fea ,. -tare, ?'Wondergraph' ' Weekly,' in '. trodueing topical pictures. -. EMPIRE' ? Every : evening at ? 8. Pleasant '-photoplays of infinite variety. Com - plete change of programme happen ing Monday, will feature 'T...

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COURSING. FREELING DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

COURSING. FREELING DRAW. Yankee Sweat v. Daisy TelL Gippia v. Viola, Yip-i-addy-i-ay v. Sparide, Comet v. Lady Klllarneyr Rubeda v. Frolic, Black Brace v. Bine Thought, Paddy's Delight v. Yankee Doodle, Ocean Chief v. Miss Peggy, Oona v. Sly Molly, Red Beda v. Unaster Stalwart, Vena v. Queen of the Valley, Queen Bee v. Indian Maid, Alone v. First Major, Bontoster v. Marble, Quar termaster v. Thara, Snowy v. Apple Pie. The following dogs were drawn out: — Hardface, General Blue, Footmark, Sara Bernhardt, Abe Lincoln, Dell, Pride of the Corner, Majestic Rose, Miss Cardy.

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SATURDAY'S GALLOPS. MORPHETTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

S A T U;B D A rS GALOPS. [Written Exclusively for The Mail NetrsDanerB.l MORPHETTVTLLE. The tan . tracst -and the coaiBe proper were available and favourable for good times. ? ? COURSE PROPER. Wiveliscombe' 'got' 'a mile in 1J-D%. Heiracidea led Haliastur over tight fur longs left behind in US0\i. Borrosov, going ?nicely, ran ax furlongs in 1.22%. ' Tadanga ran a strong mile, but was not on a time-making mission. Kuringai easily got a mile in 1.52. Obsono (E. King) ran two furlongs less in 1.21 »A ' Chi-Chi and Greek Fire travelled ax furlongs in L28. Obi (J. Ettershank) galloped 12 fur longs, lunning the last 10 in 2.24%, r and the_ concluding mile in L51%. \alia and Pearl King got sis furlongs in 1.20%. Eupara ran six furlongs in 124%, but went further. Uanna spurted three in 40%. Captain White ran seven in L341&. Uncle Matt, Golden Wattle, and Anstra, all going well, went six in L23. Sanskrit galloped a mile in L52%. Eager and Friar Perfect got six fur longs in 1.23. Lady...

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CRICKET. WIN IN SIGHT FOR AUSTRALIA. Emery Five Wickets. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CEICKET. i O — WIN IN SIGHT FOR AUSTRALIA. Eme?y Five Wickets. LONDON, May 17. The match between Australia and Surrey was continued at Kensington Oval to-day in fine weather. The wicket had dried considerablv after the rain of Thurs day. There were 4,000 spectators. Macartney (57) and Matthews resumed the Australians' innings against tbe bowl ing of Hayes and Rashby, with tlie total at 101 for 5 wickets. Macartney hit the fast bowler Rushby to tlie leg boundary twice. He also cut and drove Hayes per fectly. At 124 Platt took the ball from Hayes, and 11 runs later Harrison re lieved Eushby. Macartney vras aggres sive, and Matthews quiet and correct. The total was 150 for 150 minutes' bat ting, and at 200 the scoring was etill level with time. Macartney readied his cen tury in three hours. His late cuts were beautifully timed, while his off drives were perfect. Matthews was badly missed in the slips when 14, but afterwards played confidently, and made nice drives. He had 'made SS in 9...

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THE WATTLE PATCH. ITEMS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

THE WATTiE PATGH. By 'Geoff Swaine.' ITEMS OP THE 'WEEK. 'Say, Swaine,' said a Yankee to me the other day, 'do. yer know why Adelaide is like my watch?' 'Well. I don't.' 'Because ifs slow and full of dust.' 'And do you know -why my watch is like an American?'' I enquired of him. 'No: tell ine.' 'Well, it's fast, it has an open face, is a self-winder, is a repeater, once it's wound up you cannot stop it without an axe, and- — ' , ?^That'll do, I gueafc' The most absentminded action I ever nil in Mil was in a ^Twing room on Mon day. . A man very deliberately wipe* his month with his chop and then pinne- it to his vest, after -which he proceeded to eat his serviette. At the North v. Norwood football match on Saturday last a hot supporter was arguing about the alleged unfair tac tics of a player: ' 'E's a dirty player; 'e 'orter 'are Tb *ed pulled off!** he ex claimed. Opposing Partisan— 'WelL if it was pulled off, he'd still 'ave more brains left than you ve got, anyway.' One of our pr...

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A STRIKING CHARACTER STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

A STRIKING CHARACTER STODY.. 'Hector Graeme,' by Evelyn Brentwood (John Lane, The Bodley Head, London; through Bigby Limited). — This is a power ful story which might be 'called a novel without a heroine, tjercainiy xnere are two women in it, but they are subsidiary and have little direct influence on the issue, and from the - first page to the last Hector Graeme holds ihe centre of the stage. In the first part of the book he appears as a young officer, conceited, contemptuous of his superiors, disliked by his messmates, and yet possessed of an extraordinary power of impressing bis will on others. Among the men who pass ed in and out of his life — ont once and for all if they came in his way—he moved as a thing apart, but the 'Tommies' adored the man whose rule was inflex ible, and who could bringthe most rebel lious squadron into submission by a tor rent of vituperation and a stimulat ing assurance of victory. ' T3 knows Cokey Earns as 'e knows every man in the squadron,' as one of...

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GLENFERRIE V. MARLBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

GLENFERRIE/ V. MARLBOROUGH. The Glenferries met Marlborough on St. Peter's College Oval. Both teams were in want of training, but Glenferries showed a. marked improvement on last week s play, and soon had the game in hand. In the second quarter Sir. Ferries again took charge, and Botten and Jones stood out among their back line. The scores -at half-time were:— Glenferries, 8 goals 6 behinds; Marlborough, 3 goals S oehinds. After the interval the Marl borough made a great effort, but their opponents' ruck was very forceful. Al though Marlborough had several shots for goal their kicking was bad, and at lemons the scores were:— Glenferrie, 10 goals 9 behinds to 4 goals 12 behinds. The opening of the last quarter was in teresting, and Marlborough troubled their opponents by kicking 2 goals in quick suc cession. After this the blue-and-whites took charge, and kept the ball in their ground, but their kicking was most er ratic The game ended with Glenferries 10 goals 18 behinds to Marlboro...

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Vegetables all the Year round. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Vegetables all the Year round. By 'Elschar.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.') I* have often enquired of my farmer friends why they did not grow their own vegetables, and their answers have been various and curious. One tells me that 'want of water was the reason, anotner that it did not pay. One bravely o\rn« up that he did not know how, and ye' another said that it was cheaper and easier to get them from the store when they visited the township on Saturday. To all of which one might reply,. 'Non- sense.' Kven. in the driest district, with a short water supply lor the summer, vegetables may be had for the greater part of ? the year; but not for the aakii.g — a certain amount of 'toil is needed. And the man who has only tasted the vegetables from the grocer does not know and cannot know the delicious flavour of a pea or a broad bean. His idea of French beans ie a green-looking vege table with a number of strings in it; and so with the cabbage, cauliflower, car rot, and parsnip. ...

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Items of Interest. PROPOSED IRRIGATION SETTLE­MENT NEAR MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

Items of Interest. PROPOSED IRRIGATION SETTLE MEM1 SEAR MORGAX. iv me tune ag0 a re-luest was made to the Government to establish an irrigation settlement near Morgan. The Minister ol Agriculture and Irrigation (Hon. T. Pas .««. ?ba-L'.w nas now announced that the scheme has been carefully investigated by the officers of the Irrigation Department, but m view o£ the fact that a hit of 17( feet is required to render water avail able for the land intended to be irrigated the proposal is to remain in abeyance lor the present. With the class of pumps ?* J11**?1* m u130 on the Murray thw very high, lift makes the cost of raising water too expensive, especially as there still re main large areas. of land along the rhner suitable for irrigation that can be water ed with a lift of 50 feet or less. The Director of Irrigation has, however, under observation a new pump which, it is claimed, will greatly cheapen the cost of raising water, and if the test which this pomp is undergoing prove succe...

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CHEERS FOR YOUNG AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CHEERS FOR YOUNG AUSTRALIA. We have been bo ^accustomed ;bo Bfe the Young Australian held up ^aa a 'horrid iexample of impiety, . precocity,, sport, and, as auctioners might, say, other evils mis cellaneous too numerous to mention,. that we experience something of a: shock ; to learn that he is not' a demon— far from it— that he is the. cleverest- and- the' best boy in the world. That is the kind of testimony which would, gladden a Mothers' Day or a Fathers' Day, though in the scheme of appreciation fathers do not appear to count. Mr. J. Simons, chief organiser and arranger of the world tour of Australian boys, who returned by the Orsova on Tuesday, said:— I went away with an unbounded faith in Australian 'boys. I come back after observing types in all parts of the world satisfied that the boys of Australia are superior in every respect to those of other countries. We engaged in many contests, and proved inferior in none. Scholastically and intellectually the Aus tralian has no equa...

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CURRENT COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912

CURRENT COMMENT. 'I went away with an unbounded faith in Australian boys. I- came back after having observed types in all parts of the world, satisfied that the boys of Australia are superior in every respect to what other nations can show.' — J. J- Simons, leader of the Young Australian League boys, who have just returned from a trip around the world. This opinion is worth something. J. J. Simons probably knows more about boys than any other man in Australia. He is a born organiser, and has a voice and personality which pro mise to make him a power in Australian politics — should he ever desire to enter that arena. Not long ago Alfred Deakin remarked that Australian politics could not afford to lose J. J. Simons. Should J. J. S. nominate at any time it will be in the Labour interests. 1 ¥ Mr. Young must have seriously offended the unemployed, to judge from the way the leaders of the latter went on at one of their recent gatherings. According to the press, 'Mr. O'Flaherty remarked t...

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