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LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. Bolitho, William Albert, of Plympton, £147. E. Bolitho. Boord, Joseph James, of Athelstone, £9,000. A. F. Boord. (ScammeU and Skipper.) Forbes, James, of Adelaide. Public Trustee. Gregory, Harry, of Bute. Public Trus tee. Irvine, James Llewellyn, of Birkenhead, £20. M. frvine. Marriner; Elizabeth, of North Adelaide. Public Trustee. Mills, William, of Manooxa, £190. M. Richards. (B. Benny.) Robertson. Robert George Alfred, of Cowell, £376. A. Robertson. (C. L. Spehr.) Summers, Robert, of Terowis. Public Trustee.
THE LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE LONDON MARKET. . Messrs.. S. C. Ward & Co.. of 12 Pine street, Adelaide,' have supplied us -with the following quotations, dated London, May 24:— Chaffers Gbldmining Company, 74d. middle; Mount ' El liotts, £5 9/44 middle; Cobars, S3/1J middle; Mount Morgans, 55/ middle; British (old), 59/ middle; -Briseis, 8/6 middle; Mount Lyells, 32/9 middle; Zinc (ord.), 9/104 middle; Hampden Cloncurry, 38/3 middle. ...
METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
METAL MARKET, Messrs. Clarke ?& Co., Grenfdl street, have received. Hie following quotations from London metal brokers, dated. May. 24. 3.15 p.m. :^-il«r, Z/4; lead: £16 11/3 ^forward); spelter, £25 ioj; copper,. £74; tin, X20&. : Silver, 2/4J. I - Lead, £16 11/3. j j .Copper, £74. s '' : . : Spelter, £25 15/. . : Tin, £208. ' ' . ;
LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke ft Co., GrenfeU street, hm received the following quotations from London, dated May 24, 5.15 pjn.:— Mount Bliotts, £5 9/44; Great Cobars, 93/14; Mount Motsans, 55/: British (old). 59/; Briseis. 8/6; Mount LyeUs, 32/9; Zinc (ord.). 9/104; Hampdens, 38/3; Chaffers, 74d.; copper. £74; tin. £206. Friday, Hay 24. - British, 59/. Zinc Corporation, 9/104. Monet Elliott, £5 9/H. Cobar, 93/14. Mount Morgan, 55/. Briseis, 8/6. , Mount LyeJls, 32/9. .. ] Hampdens, SS/3. . ? - . Chaffer, 7*d. . .,
AROHA V. HEATHPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
AROHA; V- HEATHPOQL. Aroha had things aU their own ins this afternoon; when they met and defev ed Heathpool by 3 goals to niL Best plavers for the winners were Misses J. . Buchanan, . Babbage, J. Hill, E. Lyne, and M. Andrews. Heathpool were beet represented by Mrs. Smith, and Misses Partridge, Jeffreys, and J. CSeland. Mr. Ising umpired.
BORONIA v. SEMAPHORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
boronia; y. semaphore. Semaphore met their -fourth defeat, tor the season at the hands of Boronia,*this afternoon. The game was onesided, -and a very poor display, as tbe ball.- was : eroHxledv throughout. Semaphore tapt a iMjiub&Jfefence, and only allowed Boronia w9m¥ 'twice. One Semaphore player was ffftjjjjtewlfHy bit t-n the *nkle and iiad to nSnCliat Hiss Harley akhred them to Ifgi^gB «a substitute. Scored— Boronia, BS^jlii; Semaphore, niL. -'- ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
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PROPOSED TITANIC BAND MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
PROPOSED TITANIC BAND MEMORIAL. It is proposed to call a meeting at av early date of 'all those interested in bane music to decide upon a scheme to com* memorate the late Titanic band, under? Bandmaster Hartly. The suggestions b« Messrs. W. Carmen, and' J. Jrascoe arf that the form of the memorial shall 4-e t band rotunda,' and that «ie site of'ereo tion be either the 'Botanical Gardens a the South Pork Lands. To enable tint project to be carried out it is proposee to -appeal to tbe public through the press, and holding a monster band demonstra* tion and concert. .Such a memorial will in the opinion of the proposers, serve a fourfold purpose; i-e., it will commemorate a band of British heroes; serve as a last ing object lesson to our children; 'be 9 further adornment to our beautiful cit-; and be a place of band entertanuneniT for citizens. The proposers appeaL-To the public to remember the captain's last words — ''Be British/' and asast to bring about a ' successful realisation of ...
LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE. A Stirring Patriotic Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE. A Stirring: Patriotic Celebration, The Earl of Meath-was inspiredfwift % noble idea when he found a place for the children in the commemoration of Xknmre Day. The birthday of the late Queen Vic toria the Good was fittingly chosen fortiie festival, and now the trade world over every British and colonial child plays a. prominent 3-art ji\ .tlieJUBfrnpire celebraL tion. ' Tbe' --Schihifinn rJRniMJTig was fillet to-night by the children of the League and sevral notabl citizens. His Excllency the Governor, . JLady Bo sanquet, and suit, Sir Samnel and Lady Way, Colonel Le Messurier, Sir Josiah Symon, Mr. W. J. Sowden, Mr. D. Gor don, M.H.R., were among the audience The stage presented a fine picture at the saluting of the flag. All the children car ried patriotic bunting, and the figure of Britannia in the centre with a portrait -of King George in the foreground, completed an impelling tableau. After vocal num bers by tbe Sturt Choral Society and the Cathedral boys, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
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CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
CROQUET^ A club contest was held on the Medin die Lawn, Robe terrace, on Monday, May 20. The afternoon was pleasant and suc cessful. There were 30 ladies present. Five events were arranged for. The prizewinners were as follows: — Mrs. Col quhoun (captain of club). Mrs. C. Moody, Mrs: Alf. Wadey, Mrs. Trott, Miss Amy Trott. Mrs. Trott presented the prizes.
WILLIS V. PADDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
WILLIS V. PADDY. The aboriginal pugilist Black Paddy will meet Jack Willis, a middleweight, with a splendid record, at the National Arena on Monday. Paddy, in his two recent con tests with Gus Devitt, has proved himself a hard hitter and a tireless fighter, and the bout should be well worth seeing.
THE FRENCH CRACK. CARPENTIER V. LEWIS. PARIS, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE FRENCH CRACK. CARPENTEER V. LEWIS, PARIS, May 23. Georges Carpentier, the crack French middleweight, who recently defeated the English champion, Jim Sullivan, and George Gunther, beat the American, Wil lie Lewis, on Wednesday night. Lewis was very tired at the finish of 20 rounds, Carpentier making the pace a. cracker from the start, and winning .well on points. .
BOXING. BUNGAEDY V. GLEESON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
BOXING. BUNGARDY V. GLEESON. Last night, at the Port Adelaide Pic ture Pavilion, Leg Gleeson and Frank Bungardy put up a rattling good contest of 20 rounds duration. Bungardv was stronger and more forceful, but Gleeson fought well on the retreat, and did his share of the leading. At times the lads stood toe to toe and swopped punches in a manner that delighted the audience. Referee Jack Law declared the boot a draw, the decision bang well received.
HOLDFAST BAY V. EAST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
HOLDFAST BAY V. EAST TORRENS. An interesting game was witnessed be tween these teams at tbe Glenelg Oval on Saturday afternoon, the result being a draw, both sides scoring 6 goals. The play was not of a very high order, partly attributable to tbe hard and rough nature of the ground. East Torrens opened the scoring by a goal from C. Gepp, closely followed by one from Watkins for Hold fast Bay. Torrens then scored again, but the Bays evened the tally by the end of the first quarter. Daring the' second quarter Torrens showed tbe only 'flash of combined play during the afternoon, scar1 ing 4 goals to their opponents' 1. After half-time the play was of a giveand take description; tbe BayB notching 1 goal to Torrens niL , After the change of ends for the home .ran the Bays, mainly through the agency of the brothers Thompson and B. Healy, made several rushes down the field and brought their total to that of, Torrens, viz., 6 goals. The' game finished with some elating tussles, both sides s...
EAST TORRENS V. Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
EAST TORRENS V. Y.M.C.A. East Torrens and T.M.C.A. met for the first, time on Y.M.CA.'s ground East Ton-ens /won by 7 to 3. The game was very fast and willing and once very rough, when Davidson -was badly hurt. Scores: —East Torrens, 7 goals; Y.M.C.A., 3. East Torrens were best represented by Shuttle worth (back), Ogden, an'd.Roach (defence), and Holthouse. Goalthrowers— East Tor rens— Holthouse (3), Wheeler, Skinners, Cornish, and Hubbe. Y.M.C.A/* best players were Datson (goal), Dalson (cen tre), and Dittmar. Goalthrower— Datson (3).