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LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. Argall, Marcella, of Adelaide; Public Trustee. Batterbury, Henry, of North Adelaide, £450; E. Batterbury executor (Varley and Evan, proctors). Brown, Marmaduke John Edward Best, of Yorketown; Public Trustee. Cunningham, Edward, of Gawler, £2,000; E. Cunningham (W. R. &, F. H. Lewis). Fry, Walter Sidney, of Maylands, £185; I. Fry. Geister, Auguste Christine, of Anlaby, £36; P. H. Geister (Von Bertouch and Vaughan). &nbsp; James, Edwin, of Adelaide; Public Trustee. Lewis, Louis, of Sedan; Public Trustee. Lyons, Thomas, of Birdsville; Public Trustee. Mitchell, Jolin George Adam, of Ade laide, £180; A. C. Mitchell (Von Ber touch & Vaughan). &nbsp; O'Keefe. Patrick, of Adelaide, £150; M. O'Keefe (W. & G. Gunson). Roberts, William John, of Penola; Pub lic Trustee. Watkins, Charles Henry, of Glenelg, &nbsp; £6,400; Public Trustee (Bakewell, Stow, and Piper). &nbsp; Wooldridge, Elizabeth Jane, of Eunella, Que...
RECANGELIST ALEXNDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
JBVANGEEIST ALEXANDER. Mr, Charles M. Alexander, M.A., whd is now in Adelaide as one of the prin cipals of the evangelistic mission, lias been working, in conjunction with ih'ej ReVi-J;. Wilbur Chapman, in world misi jaon. tours-far the past four years. Pret VKrasly he -was associated in an evangelis* tic tour with the Rev. £. A. Torrey, and! he fce-also travelled the world with hisv wife* who was a daughter of the lat^ ' RichaXd. rCadbury, ©f Birmingham. Mr^ .Alexander has achieved a world-wide Wii potation -for the Glory song. He is -4 . boraa.jQlsaniEer pJod conductor _pf ..jlji ? choirs; and apparently is never- happiesi than when he is singing and TnaUng Task audiences swell the volume of religious, songii Mr. Alexander is in his foi'ly-Sfttf . ? years'. ? .. . ? .' ' -isfg-V*
SOLDIER-POLITICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
— — ? ? . ^w~^^^m w ? SOLDIER-POLITICIAN. Last week we mentioned that Mr. T, Burgbyne, HP., the 'Father ' o£ the House,' was approaching his eighty-fifth' yeaTi It has been pointed out to vg as an interesting coincidence that Cap^ Baillie, 'Father of the New Zealand Pan liament,' was born in die same year as Mr. Burgoyne. The Hon. W. D. H. Baflha '* -was born in. -Canada in 1837, and saw active service with the British -Army in the Sikh campaign. He has been a member of the Legislative Council of Nest Zealand for 51 years.. ,
CHEERFUL IN HIS AFFLICTION [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
CHEERFUL EN' HIS AfSIICTION .; Despite the fact that his eyesight isj \ affected, one of the cheeriest and jolliest \ men you can meet in a day's march is . the Rev. W. G. Marsh, who was for many J years rector of St. Luke's. The Whitmore 1 Square Church hardly 6eems the same % place now -that Mr. Marsh has given up] '. his regular preaching there, though bis _- successor in the rectory is a popular clergy- ;; man, who draws huge congregations. Mr.r ' Marsh still conducts services with that | vigour and earnestness so characteristic | jof his earlier days. ? t
A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SCIENTIST. Mr. William Ernest Cooke, 'VT A J who Eg has been Government Astronomer and fi| Meteorologist of Western Australia for the p? past 16 years, now goes to Sydney as 'Q Government Astronomer in that State! ^- The Sydney Observatory, of which 5&\ Ji| W. E. Raymond has 'been officer in chaise, ':: recently, was built up by that famoui Australian scientist, the. late Mr. H. G.; Russell, C.M.G., F.R.S., who passed away in 1907. Mr. Cooke is a South Australian. He was born at Payneham in 1863, and is a son of the late Ebenezer Cooke (Com miffiioner of Audit). He was one of the first to take the M.A. degree at the University of Adelaide. That was in 1SS9j while he was connected with- the Ade laide Observatory, where, under the late Sir Charles Todd, he received the ground work of his scientific training. Mr. Cooke is a quiet, retiring man, tnit he .enjoys a high reputation in the realms of astro-, nomy and meteorology, and has published numerous papers o...
VICTORIAN MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
VICTORIAN MATCHES. THE LEAGUE. CoUingwood ? ,. .. 10.12 beat Richmond.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6.4 Melbourne ? ,. .. .. 8.2 beat Cariton ? 5.14 Geelong ? .. 7.10 beat Essendon ? .. _ .. 7.7 Sooth Melbourne ....*..„ 7.8 beat St. Kilda ? — ». «, 55 Fitaroy ? - « &U beat University ? ??*... 4JS THE ASSOCIATION. Brnnswick ? .. .. 6.9 beat Footscray ? ». .. 5.14 Port Melbourne .. .. M ,* 11.9 beat Northeote ? .. ^ 7.3 Essendon ? M' M 10.17 beat Melbourne City .. .. M ... 3.7 Prahran ? M .. 6.8 beat Williamstown ? M .. 5.8 North Melbourne.. .. *. ». 10.10 beat Brighton ? 6.9 ? « ?
FAREWELL TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
FAREWELL TEA. A most enjoyable afternoon was given on Tuesday to Miss Racey Schlank and Miss Blomfield prior to their departure for Europe, by the Adelaide ladies' branch of the Liberal Union. The event took place in the charming new Cafe Rubeo, in Ruthven Mansions. The Italian cakes and ices were as dainty as could be, and, to add to the pleasures of those present, a splendid musical programme was submit ted by the Misses Hall, Peckham, Greig, and Sivier, Mr,. Alfred Schlank, and Mrs. L. J. Gatzemeyer (who played thnee of her own original compositions). . The guests numbered about 50, and were re ceived by Mrs. Gerny (president of the Adelaide branch) and Mrs. Glover (vice president). Before the musical numbers were pre Bented Mrs. C. J. Glover, in a bright little speech, on behalf of the members of the union, thanked Miss Schlank fov the ex cellent seirices she had rendered as their late president, and also Miss Blomfield. She wished them both bon voyage on the eve of their depart...
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. HINDMARSH: V. CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. HINDMARSH V. CHELTENHAM. This match took place at Hindmarsh un der the supervision of Mr. Crimes. Chi1 tcnhaui won the toss, and Hindmarsh immediately pressed, but the Cheltenham goalie saved from Law. Lock next forced a corner, but it was put behind. Jones eventuallv opened the score for Hind marsh. Hindmarsh should have further in creased their lead, but faulty shooting was their downfall. Adamson gave a penalty, and Ardern took the kick, and scored No. 2 for Hindmarsh. Shortly after Adamsoa again committed the penalty breach, and Ardern netted. Hindmarsh were pressing most °f the time, but were weak in front. Cheltenham, through the efforts of Shephard, got going, and Wilde saved a good shot. Midfceld play was the order for the next 15 minutes, after which Hindmarsh' forced several comers, but Lock could not keep them in front. Jones hit the' crossbar with a terrific drive, but the blue eventually cleared after a nice passing movement. Jones finished it by ad...
WEDDINGS. TREHARNE—MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
WEDDINGS. TREHARNE— MATTERS. News has been received from, London of the marriage of Miss Muriel Matters and Mr. Bryceson Treharne, formerly of the Adelaide Conservatorium of MuBic. Miss Matters is an Adelaide lady who moved to the Golden West a few 'years | ago. and subsequently went to England.! There she has taken a prominent part in] the suffragette movement, and was one; of those ladies who chained themselves to] the grille in front of their seats in the) House ot Commons, so that they could not be forcibly removed. A year or two ago Miss Matters toured Australia lec turing* about women's rights.
STEPHENS—HOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
STEPHENS— HOLDER. A great deal of interest was aroused in Stanmore, Sydney, by the wedding of Mies Lillie Holder. The bridegroom was Mr. J. Clinton Stephens, of. Stenhens and Son. The Rev. J. G. Middleton, of Burwood, assisted by the Rev. C. E. Wil liams, of Port Germein. uncle of the bride, officiated at the ceremony. The wedding gown, of white messaline char meuse, was worniwith a court train, drap ings of exquisite point lace, and a tiara of orange blossom. The bridesmaids were Miss Florrie Stephens, of Adelaide; Miss Edna Johnston, of Prince Alfred College; and Miss Edie Williams, of Enmore; and they wore shell-pink veiled with ninon to tone. Two wee maids clad in white soft silk acted as traipbearers. The pre sents to the bridesmaids were aquamarine pendants, Nellie Stewart bangles, and brooches to the trainbearers. The bride's presents were very numerous, most of them in silverware and china. A travel ling dress of grey mousseline de soie was worn by the bride, while her tagel...
ADEAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
ADEAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR ASSOCIATION. The Prospects, after a fortnights spelL met the Albert Parks on the west park lands on Saturiay. The Prospects got to work right -from the bounce, and the first quarter's play registered:— Prospects, 2 goals 5 points; Albert Parks, 1 point. At half-time the scores indicated:— Pros- pects, 4 goals 7 points; Albert Parts, ] goal 2 points. Both dobs played good football during the third quarter, but the Alberts at tbe end of this quarter had a deficit of 28 points. The last quarter open ed by Albert Park making a burst, putting on two goals in qnick succession, but the Prospect retaliated by adding two goals to their list, making the Prospects' total 5 goals 16 points to Alberts 3 goals 3 points. Prominent for Prospects— Rawson (best of the 18). Sandeiy, Kingsley, Spells^ Red man Braham, and Crossman; while the following played well for the losers:— Hod- gins, Ryan, Hood. Sugars, Ohver, and Alexander. Goalkickeis: — Prospect— Crosman, Spells, Ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
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BOOKS REVIEWED. AIRY PHILOSOPHY. A LADY WIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
BOOKS REVIEWED. AIRY PHILOSOPHY. A LADY WIT. 'The Talk of the Town/' by Mrs. John Lane (John Lane, The Bodley Head, Lon don and New York; through Rigby, Li mited). — The authoress of 'The Cham pagne Standard' and 'According to Maria' has lost none of her originality and humour, and readers of those two delight ful sketches . will welcome a volume carry ing a little more of the serious in parts, but put up in such an attractive way that the reader has no need whatever to skip a word, much less ignore a chapter. At) an apostle of airy philosophy Mrs. Lane has few equals, and her works show a rare appreciation of the weaknesses and Other shortcomings of all manner and land of humanity. 'The Talk of the Town' is just a collection of random Lon don sketches, ranging from the Tyranny of Clothes,' past 'Monuments' and 'The Collecting Craze,' down to the 'Camel at Home,' a capital little study of the gloomy, red-faced beast of Biskra. In a chapter such as the first, dealing largely with the...
THE PRINTED WORD. Books And Their Writers. BOOKS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE PRINTED WORD. Books And Their Writers. By 'Spero.' BOOKS RECEIVED. From Hitrbr. Limited. THE TALK OP THE TOWN, by Mrs. John Lane. SAM'S KID, by F. E. Mills Young. THE LIFTED LATCH, by George Vane. From George Robertson & Co., Proprietary, ? Limited. ? CHRISTOPHER, by Richard Pryce. CARNIVAL, by Compton Mackenzie. LITERARY SOCIETIES. With the advent of winter sessions it may be -well to emphasise the aim and 6ervice of Literary Societies. As the de scription implies the object is to study letters, converse -vrith classes, draw wis dom and grace from the past and hope for the future, and cultivate expression. The service of a Literary Society may be considered in three aspects — the interest ed, the philanthropic, and the mystic. The first business in life is to supply primary needs. The body requires food, raiment, shelter from storm, protection from heat. Man must make a home and provide against emergencies. Happy the young man with no other endowments thin -rigour, educ...
A STURDY PASTORALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
A STURDY PASTORALE3T. Pastoraufit J. M. 'McBride has just m turned to Kooringa from AdeV laide, where he underwent art operation which has proved sue* cessful: Of late years Mr. McBride has: ' taken things easier, more especially as re* gards driving. At one time he was neve* satisfied unless he was driving around at top speed, and would often do a 40-mile drive in record time; but now he is con tent to just let his favourite horse jog along at its own pace. In spite of his age, however, he is still very active, and, - conducts a class meeting for men in coa* ' nection with, the Kooringa Methodisfi C^rach every -Bunday^moiiung- at 7.3% ~ .. - ???????? ?.'? ..'?&.'?':;:';&.
DOWN ON CHURCH RAFFLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
DOWN ON CHURCH BAFFLES; Dr. Green, the Anglican Bishop of ^Bmg larat, has been speaking out against 1m3 practice of holding raffles for church 'PUS?! poses. Bishop Green is 55, and is aprp^-^ duct of the Church in Australia. : H^|! was born in England, but was' educatplf* in Melbourne and Sydney Umversitiei£| and was ordained by the Bishop of Miel; bourne in 1888, From lB9i to 1900 m|^t - his translation to BaDarat he held t|&«! See of Grafton and Armidale. ^M