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COMEDY AT TIVOII. BRILLIANT NEW ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
COMEDY AT HVOLL BRILLIANT NEW ACT. The already excellent bill at the Tivoli Theatre was furh'er strengthened when the Audrey MaUalieu sketch team made their initial appearance here in His Wife's Lover/' a laudable sketch brimful of laughs. Mr. MaUalieu has already estab lished a reputation for himself as a come dian in Australian, consequently those in the audience who remembered the clever artist by his appearances here with the Hutch Ward and Brough-Flming Com pany naturally expected vaudeville sketcn fare of more than the Incdwiocrc. Aiid they were not disappointed. Mr. Malallieu and his capable supporters— two gifted la dies—presented a twenty-minutes sketch that held the attention of the big audi ence the whole while they held the stage. Never missing a point, the three artistes proved themselves thoroughly capable of extracting every possible point from a di verting comedy, incidentally proving that art for art's sake alone scores as well in a vaudevilel theatre as elsewhere. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
COURSING. A successful meeting was coadnded at Freeling on Friday, when there 'cms a large attendance. The final cours£._r«Bpited in' an undecided between Black aE'jn^ei^^Bnd Oona. The former went to tbe slips again, but Oona did not, so that the re-' suit was: — . '?. ; ;..'?'? Mr. A. Stevens's blk. and tJj'TIIjW Bruce (King Bruce— Drummer Mffld), JSpo t*e- Cnp; Keroicb BraH»B»' tm. Oona QpljU. - Bwodle— Ena), dr#ifc- ^ ^*^P MR. W. JP. AULD. .= :^0 ' Mr. W. P. Auld, who hfls beep in ill health Tiati&g the last three Wef&E, was taken j&4jM9«nl.v at the 'races to-day. His many/frffefcas, however, still lie pleased to know Hurt -Mr. Auld qauadr jmcovered
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. Norwood. O. v. West Torrens H— Nor- wood.— First quarter, 22-to 1.3; half-tune, 4.4 to 4 5; third quarter, 7-8 to 4.7; final, Norwood. 10.8 to Torrens 6.8. A one-sided match was contested on the south park lands this afternoon between teams representing Adelaide Co-operative and St. Patricks. The gt. Patricks by good combined play soon compiled a sub stantial lead, and though their opponents strained hard they were unable to score. Final scores:— St. Patricks, 23 goals 17 be hinds; Co-operatives, nil. Goalkickers for the winners— Knowles (8), Water (6), Ga briel (5). Hickey, Femeri, Flannagan, and Mackie (1 each). All the winners played well, bat pride of place was- fine to Skip per, 'The-losers alpplayed hardV ?
LACROSSE. STURT V. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
LACBOSSE. STURT V. NORTH. The teams lined up as published, and within three minutes North secured tne first goal bv the agency of Mann, imme diately followed by two goals to Sturt, thrown by NoWet and Moffatt. The Quarter ended 3 to 2 in favour of Start. During the second term Start held con trol, scoring 3 goals— Noblet, Mofiatt, and Noad-^to none. During tbe quarter Pinch, of Sturt, had to retire for a few minutes, taking Bowen with him. Tbe scores at half-lime were:— Sturt, 6; North, 2. _ After the interval Sandland goaled twice in sac cession for North Adelaide, and before the finish Farrell scored for Start, the quarter ending 7 to 4 in favour of Sturt. The last quarter was very strenuous to within ten minutes of time, when Stnrt asserted themselves, scoring by the aid of Noal, FarrelL Moffat, and Searle, while Beresford and Bowen threw the last 2 goals for North Adelaide, the scores at the finish being 11 to 6 in Sturt's favour. Beset players for Sturt— Raymond, Nob let, Farre...
PORT ADELAIDE C V. HOLDFAST BAY C. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
PORT ADELAIDE C Y^ HOLDFAST BAY Ci -. .-.,-?. m- -. Port Adelaide jC-Jnet Holdfast Bay C on the' fonneiV ground at Woodville, and a keen and fast game was played. The Bays turned up with 13 men, one of whom played for Ports, who were one short. Final scores — ? to 4 in favour of Holdfast Bays. Goalthrowers for Bays— S. Lane (3), S. McLean (2). E. G. Chabrel (IV, and H. W. HumineU (1)- For Ports— Baker (2), Wald (1), K. Boyes -l). Best play ers for the Bays— T.; Wilson, C. Gordon, J. Variey, L. Lase. For Ports — K. Boyes, Segerlind, Mitchell, and Leach.
EGG AND TOMATO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
EGG AND TOMATO. 2 large tomatoes 2 eggs . 1 dessertspoonful vine-1 teaspoonful sugar gar Pepper and salt. A little butter Plunge tomatoes into boiling water and skin. Stew with butter and sugar till they will mash easily. Take off fire. and cool 6Ughtly. Break in the_ eggs, and beat mixture a little. Add vinegar, pep per, and salt, and serve on small pieces of buttered toast in entree dish. (From ?'Semaphore.''')
BREAKFAST DISHES (for "Cook.") SALT FISH CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
BREAKFAST DISHES (for 'Ooofc'J^ SALT KIMH CAKES. 1 capful cold ling 1 egg (yolk only) or codfish £-capfal mashed po 1 tablespoonful olive tats oil .Chopped onion, pars A sprinkle Nepanl ley, and thyme, to pepper fill dessertspoon. Shred fish, and mix with other ingre dients in a bowL If not firm enough to form into cakes add half the yolk of an egg. Dip the cakes in the other half, and fry a light brown.
ALMOND ICING (for "1520."). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
ALMOND ICING (for '1520.').: 1 lb. finely powdered 1 Ib. sweet almonds sugar ' A little rosewater. 4 eggs (whites only) Blanch almonds, and pound to 5 paste in a mortar, adding a little rosewater to facilitate the operation. Whisk whites of eggs to stiff froth, and mix with al monds. Then stir in sugar, and beat all together.; (From 'H. b7)
SIMPLE AND DAINTY SANDWICHES. ROSE-PETAL SANDWICHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
SIMPLE AND DAINTY SANDWICHES. ROSE-PETAL SANDWICHES. Flavour fresh unsalted bntter by pack ing in a . closed vessel surrounded, with a thick layer of sweet-scented rose .petals. Allow it to remain overnight. - -. Spread thin .slices of sandwich bread '.with the butter, and, putting them in pairs, cut iate^dainiywstrips or circles, ? flace one br twxJ'fresh. 'petals betwewij^clj of tbese slices, allowing the edge ^fi) show. Sand wiches of angel take may: be made in. tiie same- way. ' ? . ' ' '
CHOPS AND CAPER SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
CHOPS AND CAPER SAUCE. 2 lb. chops, nicely 3 seeded raisins trimmed 1 small onion 1 cupful hot water 1 teaspoonful sauce % cupful capers 1 olive. Flour and brown the chops with a little onion, then add. one cupful of hot water, one teaspoonful some piquant sauce, one half cuptul of capers, one olive cut in pieces, and three seeded raisins. Cook tender. Season to taste. 1 quart tomatoes 1 small onion i-enpful chopped 6 cloves celery Salt and paprika. J-box gelatine Ripe tomatoes are hard to obtain, and the canned ones may be used with signal success. The jelly should be made the day before it is needed. Add to the con tents of a quart can of fine tomatoes the sliced onion, celery, and six cloves. Put into a porcelain-lined kettle, and cook for half an hour. Strain, season to taste with salt and paprika, then stir into the hot liquid one half-box of gelatine that has soaked half an hour in cold water to cover. Stir in the hot tomato until thoroughly dissolved, heating over the lire if...
DEATH OF MR. W. WHYTE. Pastoralist and Sportsman. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
DEATH OF MR. W. L, WHYTE, Pastoralist and Sportsman. The large section of the community who knew him will regret to hear of the sud den death of Mr. W. Leslie Whyte. At about a 'quarter to 1 on Saturday a police man saw that Mr. Whyte -was obviously ill on North ' terrace, and conveyed him to the -Adelaide Hospital, where he died at 2.30 pjn. - Mr. Whyte was well known to the busi ness community of the city. Teats ago he was connected with the 'wool-broking firm of Ostermeyer, Dewez, & Co., but latterly his interests were almost entirely pastoral, and Lake Torrens Station be longed to him. He took a keen spotting interest 'in racing, and though . he .never had a long string of horses he generally had one or two in 'Patterson's hands. One that proved useful -to him was Glen Lyon, and mote latterly Uigoletto had run' in' his colours. ' _ For many years Mr, Whyte had lived at ihe Gresham Hotel, and large numbers of. city, men who had met mm there had learnt to fike him;'
MOTORMAN'S LIFE SAVED. A Hissing Rescuer. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
M0T0RMAFS LIFE * SATED. A Missing Rescuer. T. Lewis, - a ntoionnan, in the employ of the Tramways Trust, while fishing at Henley Beach last Mpnday, bad an unen viable experience. He had not teen fish ing long when, he overbalanced sad fell into the sea. .. He was going under the water for the second time when somebody whose name- is unknown jumped in -and rescued him. LewJSx who was very much shaken np, is am: jmsooa to know: his reacner'B name. ? . , ?
COMMONWEALTH, PUBLIC SERVICES. Superannuation Fund Desired. APPEAL TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
COMMONWEALTH ; pumae SERviOTSi . - .. -^Jm. Zr .9-.^ -fe-H, !-?'.' ?''??--?'- Superannuation Fund ^PPKAt IX) PAfiLIAMENT. On FrJdagr^levenM^S»;^well-afctended and enthusiastic ^seeting - of Commonwealth public servants, representatives of all branches, passed^ a series of resolutions in favouli of the -establishment of a super annuation fund. ilr. R. Waddy (Deputy Postmaster-General ) ocupied the chair. The principal ^speakers were Messrs. W. C. Qninn (Customs)., H. H. Ling (Audit), W. L. 5feale (Land Tax), ATMcDonald (Telegraph), and E. R. Lucy (Postmaster), who eloquently advocated the need fot such a fund,_ and qnoted the esam^te of older coiin^nSp ^£d oi^er industrial in stitutions. Itewas held that the Govern ment. might well supplement the contri butory efforts of the officers and- control the afiEair. ?f-*fT:: 'v Messrs. H. J. Brown, C. H. Hartwig. L. Leleu. J. D. Renner. JJ. C. Finch, and J. R. McLaren also spoke. . The resoiutions will be presented to the Prime Minister, an...
RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
RECEIVED, We have received from the Swedish Consul -a veO-got-np Qlustxated booklet published in' connection w^di the Olym pic games that are to be held at S^ock hohn -in June . and July*; . Tne publica tion is in. guide-book form, with maps- and steamer and railway time; tables. - - - '' The A.UJS1N.- Co.'s booklet of winter tours to Queensland and the ' Islands; for 1912, is, as nsuaL well ? iUustrated, and contains particulars of eevetal attractive trips. ?-?
THE RIGHT TO WORK. Mr. Homburg's Views. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE RIGHT TO WORK. ? v ? Mr. Homburg's Views, Speaking at a branch meeting of the Liberal Union at Gumeracha last night, the Attorney-General (Hon. H. Homburg) remarked that some men, had nebulous ideas about - the right to demand work, and claimed that they bad bat to -Bhow their -willingness to., work and it was op to the Government to take them on. The State was under no such obligation. To begin' with, it would mean that if a man failed to find work elsewhere the. Govern-' ment must find* it for him. There -were men who worked for the Government and no one else. . They preferred the softer jobs awl the patronage of the Govern ment. If they were to once . acknowledge the principle 'that a man had a right to work for 'the Government 'whenever he offered bis j services, it 'would' be imme diately followed by a drift of labourers from private5 to public employment. Private employees most make their jobs pay; the Government need not. If the former paid away -.more than bis industry c...
HARROW ESCAPE. Almost Dashed to Death. Remarkable Fall from Cliff. SYDNEY, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
NARROW ESCAPE. Almost Dashed to Death. ReUwkable Fallfrom Cliff. SYDNEY, May 2£ Mjss Hoojier,' of Manly, bad a narrow escape front -ijeing dashed to ?death on the rocks' below- QueenscHfi Headland Hm morning. She fell -over the cliff, 'tari was ieaughtjtin _a.,prajactiag sbej^of^iockj; iml^SS^mm^be wjg realty a ypiing- woinfm. Hiss Hooper ban been in all-health ipr,.some time, and has been in constant care of friends, but early this morning she eluded them, and wandered on to Queenscliff Headland: Her pecu liar - actions attracted attention., J3he was unconscious when rescued^ 'and' was found to be. suffering from a fractured jaw 'and cuts on her face. ?'-.-»?! :**£ nnt^'