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Newmarket Thousand Guineas. WON BY AN OUTSIDER. LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Newmarket Thousand Guineas. WON BY AN OUTSIDER. ,: LONDON, May 3. The - Newmaricetr.'-. Thousand -Guineas Stakes was won yesterday by an outsider, Mr. VT. Raphael's filly Feu de Joie, by Cyilene— Targale, who started at 21 to 1. Baron G. Springer's Alope, by Combina tion, was second, and Lord Falmouth's Belle Isle third. ?

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHANGE OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

CtlANGE OF. ADDRESS: / . Messrs. ,? Maelor^Tqnes & Patersonir licensed land brokers, at present carrying on business in Bowman Buildings., are moving on 'the 6th inst? into Clifton .Chambers', opposite Savings Bank, Cume street^ TW%ere^hey have secured the three. ? large pPtSesjjbib the ground, floor -which] have' recently been renovated. - - . .

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANOTHER SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

ANOTHER ^SUBDIVISION:' :t Passengers by the MarryatviBe- and Burnside -trains^ are.idl familiar i^m ^a| fine., old two-story fresidenee' '-at ?tb]| tx»ra«r of Kensington road' and High stnMt,j«ia rounded by a iarge ; oraagery '^iwg£u# acres in extent. -*Theprbperty ^SW* as the home of Mr. William Co-Sjftan,i genial old squatter from the norm, wao is still hale and hearty^ notwithstanfflig his advancing years. We learn &# -tMB valuable property has been placed 'in tie hands ofTMr. W. BJ Willdnsoiv I4|43rett fell street, who has dealt with Kenfangtyn Gardens and- 'other large estates 'Sip «»c cessfully. The land is now- bejiwsir yeyed for subdivision, and building »Jfee will be made available with fronajmT te Kenakugtoa-CbadjiHigh Btreet^and Bb^te place. . Theresiaence will not, liftwjerer,' be interfered with, as' a fine block :-6f; Una having a frontage of 120 ft. to Kenangton road -and. running right tbronjgh tg Bishop's place, has been reserved, and will be sold with the h...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ON THE WAY TO THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

ON THE WAY TO THE BEACH. . There is no locality that has made neater progress during the last two or three years than ±hat situated on the north side of the Henley Beach road, extend ijur ? from Tnrmnaville tn Underdale- The ^titter placpTB particularly; popular/, as it , jscJcuMes ope ex the most .picLjiresoue ^spo^s ; 'on,' me :wv 'to -the ? Beach. - - On Saturday .May 1^:48 building sites. 'are '.t$ J)e.'80pl , . at j auction, .on. the estate,_iinmediately. jaxt . joining the beautiful residence of Mr. (C.-B. AFare/aftd- oprjoeite' the 'homes of 'Mr. Dare and Mr. Badman. .' The sale will -bfe ^cofldBctea by. Mr. W. B. Wilkinson,' ?of 14:jQtenfell ?.street; : and- those: wishing ito Iraild: in- the neighbourhopd -will, bS ?bkltp .secure, a.mpst - desirable-block, either facing the Henley Beach road, Hol bt^c road, also to several ' m'tersecting . 'Srtfi^ggs, --eilJiex* witli ' a ? westerly ? aspect' ^olwaiik Henley Beach .of an eastern aspect [facing tjie'liilk., 1 ,' .-;?*?.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HINDMARSH II. V. STURT II. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

HTNTDMARSH II. V. STURT EL Hindmarsh II. turned out a very weak team against Sturt II., and after a fast and exciting game made a draw of it. 2 coals each. Goal scorers:— Hindmar«h— Birken and Hurst. bturt— One of the borne team put through his own coal, and Barrett scored second. The goal Hurst scored for the home team was a splendid shot, and it beat the goalkeeper all the way. Mr. Salter had charge of the game. WON BY MY GIOVANNI. ! BRISBANE, May 4. The Brisbane Thousand, of seven fur Icngs, was run to-day, and resulted as follows: — *MY GIOVANNI, 8.13 _ « „ „ 1 : Fittsworth Gunn, 9.5 ., ». M ,. 2 . ! Lord Havon, 8.9 ? .« 3 There were 23 starters in the race. The Irinner led into the straight and won easily by two lengths, with a similar dis tance between second and third, Time,

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
An Engineering Triumph. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

An Engineering Triumph. Jix. W. Valentine, of the firm of Bell and Valentine, of Melbourne, contractors for the erection of the press, was thus left -with exactly nine davs to the minute in which, to erect and have running, satis factorily for the production of a news paper a large complicated machine, toge ther with the Witton- James motor, which controls the driving power. The task was only possible if everything went smoothly and with the most skilful management on the part of the engineers. Mr. Valen tine and his /assistants worked nignt and day, together with ' Messrs. Unbehaua- and Johnstone, the well-known .electrical engi neers of Adelaide, and ' accomplished ? an engineering triumph when they had the press and mdtor so far complete that the works moved on Saturday afternoon. The electricians had a particularly difficult con tract to carry out, because, for some in explicable reason, the makers of the mo tor 'did not send the slightest suspicion of a working drawing, so that...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EAST TORRENS V. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

EAST TORRENS V. UNIVERSITY. East Ton-ens opened the season by play ing University on the Victoria Park Racecourse. The play throughout was very fast, and after a hard tussle Uni versity became victors, throwing 15 goals against East Terrene* 4 goals. McGee, for University, was in fine form, and threw 10 goals. Goalthrowers:— University— McGee (10), Cairns (3), Haste (2). East JTorrens— McLeDan (2), Bay Cornish (1), jBown (I).

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Getting the Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Getting the Machinery. To^obtain linotypes and some of the other accessories of a newsroom was a comparatively simple mater; everything tanged on the arrival to time of the printing press, an order for .which had been placed with Messrs. R~ Hoe & Co., of London and America, who are world famous for their printing machines. Messrs. Hoe & Co. made a special effort to get their machinery from London ac ' cording to contract*, .but even then to enable it to' reach Adelaide in time to print the paper on May 2 it was neces sary to go' to '-the 'expense of mail stea mer freights. The Malwa brought the press to South Australia, but smallpox broke out on board and the consequent delay at the anchorage led to about two fifths of the plant being carried on to Melbourne through the* stevedores knock ng off work sharp at midnight . on Sat urday, April 13. It is a coincidence that 76 years ago part of the plant which was brought from London to produce the first ?''Register' on thi...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Floods in America TOWN UNDER WATER. 115,000 HOMELESS. NEW ORLEANS, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Floods in America TOWN UNDER WATER, _JS ; 115,000 HOMELESS. '- w NEW ORLEANS, May 3. The present flood conditions on the lower reaches of the Mwniuwppi River are the worst ever recorded in Louisiana. Several towns are under water, and 115,000 persons have been rendered home less. Steamboats and railway trams are engaged in rescuing people and removing them to places of safety.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
American Coal Strike. UNION LEADERS HOPE FOR SETTLEMENT. NEW YORK, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

American Coal Strike. UNION T.T^ATraKR HOPE FOR SETTLEMENT. NEW YOKK. May 3. The trade unionist leaders state that though the outlook in regard to the strike of coal miners is complicated it is not altogether discouraging. They express hopes that all differences may; be ad justed, j-

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MARGARET COOPER. An Interview. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

MARGARET COOPER. An Interview. ? ? n ? . Suggestions of -every kind for becoming a genius are offered almost every day in the daily press. Miss Margaret Cooper, the versatile and brilliant entertainer. who commenced her Adelaide season at the Theatre Royal last night, tried being bom in Camberwell, London— the same town that tiie Hon. Joseph Chamberlain selected for his initial appearance before the people of England. We only learnt this interesting information on Saturday morning when we called to interview Miss Cooper. Now that we know her we can recommend Camberwell as a good town to commence one's start in life. Miss Cooper, though suffering from a bad cold in the throat that sue caught through going in an open motor car to see Madame Melba, consented to a brief interview— bat let her talk for herself. 'Yes,' she said, 'I was born at Cam berweU, J-jondon, and as soon as I was old enough to become knowing I became ambitious to blossom out as an enter tainer. My father was a fine ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

For Winter Eveikiiigs HAVE A BOOK TO READ. — JOIN — . ' RIGBY'S Circulating Library Now 74, KING WILLIAM STREET. — ? ' - ? ADELAIDE A.N.A. V, FORESTVUiL. f1 The last year's premierj (Forestvilles? met the Adelaide AJSJl. team on thelat. ters ground to-day. The Natives, a new team to the association, put up a sterling game. Forertvllle attacked strongly from the sfart. Ofte A^JLbaotoJ^ool the* ground well, but a weak iialf-back lin* spoilt an advantage, and Forestvflle try dogged perseverance scored the two and only coals of the match. ., After tiie inter* val tbe game was evenly contested, «b4 neither team scored. Those w£oihow« ed to advantage for the winnera were A* , . Fnss, A. Mnrray, and M. Ooekfer; wb§S\ * Woodrow pUyed well for tiielneen. Goak Woodrow played well for Ac loser. Gdak '-* hitter— W. Gownanu Mr. B. JSQiedSSt * TOBpirtd with great aatiafrdio..^^^'^ / $®3$t' ---?'?? ~i, *j GLOBE TIMBER MILLS CO. HEAD OFFICE, BENDING WORKS, AND BOX FACTORY, FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMOUS ORGANIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

A FAMOUS ORGANIST. There is now circulating among ..organ ists, a world-wide appeal -for subscriptions to the Guilmant monument. AleXandre Guilmant, who died early ' last ;.year, was one of the greatest and most popular or ganists the- world has' known, and he w^b inseparably connected with tbfr 'musical life of Paris. A Professor at the Paris Conservatoire,, he; founded the concerts at-' the Trocadcro and the Schola, was'an emi nent composer, and a great and- generous 'artist. Some time ago overtures were made by the Sydney City Council to in vite him to give a series of organ recitals in Australia, but ui)happil«-. the arrange ments fell through. The late M. Leon Caron (20 years conductor of the well known Royal .Comic -Opera Company) was a pupil and protege of Guilmant, apd the late. Chevalier Wiegand, one of the great est of all the resident Australian organ ists, was his close friend. Perhaps some of our local organists would like to share in fbe appcr.1, and do honour to the m...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Money, Mines & [?] Stocks and Shares. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Money, Mines & -? Stocks and Shares. (By ASMODEUS.) The questionthat the investor puts nowadays is 'Where can I safely place my money?' -Cost of living has gone up, cost of labour has advanced, taxation is heavier, and the risks of labour aperes eion have become greater with every fresh decision of the Arbitration Court. Then the banks have com.'- into the marks: as competitors for any loose cash that may be in' the purse of the public. Their action in this respect is on all fours with that of the Bank of England when, to secure effective control of the money mar ket, it borrows on the security of Consols Until it has mopped up the superfluous cash, and compelled the r«*cognition of its discount rate. Not all the banks are offering 4 per cent, now for long dated deposits. Some of the, Anglo-Australian institutions and one or two of the leading Australian institutions are sticking to the old 3% per cent. rate. Still, the 4 per cent, rate was desirable, if only to keep State b...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. KINGSTON-STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

MR. KINGSTON-STEWART. Flattering news comes to hand from London concerning the recent successes of the one-time Adelcdae singer, Arthur Olto, now known torthe .{-London musical world as Kingston-Stewart. The South Aus tralian has once again Come under the favourable notice of the critics, this time through the medium of his .new song, 'Dennis darling.' The composer was extremely fortunate in obtaining the good offices of Madame Ada Crossley to' success fully introdnce-tlie nninber, and the critics have been liberal in rtheir praise of bis composition. Only those on the spot knotr the importance of a successful ''uitrodue- tion,' and Mr. Stewart is to be congra tulated on bis 'good .fortune. Our cor respondent writes that the Adelaidean has also achieved protean fame, for his voice, his appearance— he is . now : clean shaven — and 'his1 name have all been changed. Indeed.. it was difficult at first to recognise Arthur Otto, of Adelaide. His tenor is now in good demand, and it is sati...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"IN A PERSIAN GARDEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

'IN A PERSIAN GARDEN.' There is some talk of repeating the re cent success 'In a Persian Garden' at some of the suburban centres. The mea sure of support and unqualified expres sions of praise for the - performance ajt the Theatre Royal should encourage the venture. The singing of the principals, the gorgeous costumes, and the scenic at mosphere, gave the composition a charm ing setting. Among- the many congra tulations received by Mr. Robyns was one from Hie Excellency the Governor,' who expressed bis pleasure at the success of the opening performance'.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WANTED—A CONCERT HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

If ANTED— A CONCERT HALL. Local musical ; e-spansion must neces: sarily suffer with 'the present inadequate accommodation in- the way of. concert halls. Adelaide, with ;its population .mat ing for the 200,00t) mark, is extremely badly off in that respect.' The Town Hall (the people's property) is continu ously let for picture entertainments, the Exhibition Building is vocally impossible, the Victoria Hall is on the small side, and there is no medium. Messrs. J. and N. Tait are now erecting their own con cert hall in Melbourne,, and it is safe to say that there is similar scope for enter prise in that direction in Adelaide. Last season local musical ventures were para lysed for vract of proper facilities, and this year bids fair to be a repetition. The Adelaide Philharmonic had to go to Unley to give their first concert, of. the season! The .musical societies and concert goers would undoubtedly lend their support and patronage to a -well-equipped -hall in a central position. -T.nd th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LIZA LEHMANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

LIZA LJSHSf ANN. The recently successful production in costume of Liza Lehmann's beautiful song cycle, 'In a Persian Garden,' has revived fresh interest in this talented composer's career. Known in private life as Mrs. Herbert. Bedford, and living in a charm ing nook at Wimbledon, a little way out of London. Madame Lenmann began her career as a concert singer, and achieved conspicuous success as a vocalist and an artiste. Forsaking the concert, platform at the height of hi-r popularity, she went in for the serious work of composing, with the happy result all the world knows. 'In a. Persian. Garden' will ?? ptand for many a day as one of the most strikingly original tone pictures in the gallery, of Bri'-irf: mnsic. - Tri adYIiti&n to many beau tiful and quaint song creations, ' she has ?written that delightfully whimsical cycle ?The Daisy Chaui.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Home Rule. THE COMMONS DEBATE. SCOTTISH MEMBERS EXPECTANT. PARLIAMENTARY DEVOLUTION PROPHESIED. LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

Home Rule. THTa COMMONS DEBATE. SCOTTISH MEMBERS EXPECTANT. PARLIAMENTARY DEVOLUTION PROPHESD3D. LONDON, May 3. The chief feature of the debate on the second reading of the Irish Home fiule Bill in the House of Commons was the general unanimity of feeling displayed in regard to it. The Scotch leader accepted the mea sure as foreshadowing similar treatment to Scotland. Mr. Munro-Ferguson (Leith Burghs}, in supporting the Bill, considered that it was the first step towards a complete policy of Parliamentary devolution. It paved the way for Scotland's self-government. Other Scottish members spoke in the same strain. Mr. Daniel Sheehan, the Irish Labour advocate, who favours a concOiatoiy policy in Irish politics, approved the prin ciple of the BilL but said it placed too many restrictions on Irish financial free dom. 'The Irish Parliament,' he con cluded, 'should be given full powers of raising revenue and over all expenditure in Ireland.'*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
American Army. NEW WAR ARTICLES. INTERMEDIATE DISCIPLINARY COURT PROPOSED NEW YORK, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912

American Army. NEW WAR ARTICT.ES. INTERMEDIATE DE3CD?LINARY COURT PROPOSED NEW YORK, May 3. The revised American war articles, include several important changes in in ternal administrative policy. It is pro posed to create an intermediate disci plinary court, to deal with cases be tween offences warranting dishonour, dis charge, or dismissal, and those of only minor consideration.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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