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THE CHARM OF BLOCK EMBROIDERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE HRAttM OF BLOCK E&tBROID- ESt. By a ample manipulation of squares and blocks it is easy to .yu-oduce thp most satisfactory poaeible patterns. We have here an excellent eiamplaoE a grey'iacash enshion. _ Ttie clots are in orange, the: oblong pieces ui bine. The design is an imitation of woven .goods. Other good colbuKhx; which might be used is blue with fed dote, or red with black. A cur idin in the same design, which is simple And works quickly, is also shown. In the bblongs the stitches are taken across the length. ' Another good example of embroidery in crash is to be seen in the nest picture. It is ail oblong cushion, embroidered in bright blue, green, and red, with black outline. Thb green is used in -the two rows of solid work througE the centre, 'the red in the diamonds aad the solid work at the top and bottom of the de sign, the blue in the long five-sided pieces. A heavy thread is used, eo only a few padding stitches are needed. The linen used is 18-in. width Roo...
THE MARKING OF LINEN. SOME EFFECTIVE CURTAINS AND CUSHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
THE MARKING OF LINEN. SOME EFFECTIVE CURTAINS AND CUSHIONS. This picture illustrates several kinds of letterings, all of which are light and graceful, as well as strong and effective. The old-fashioned Arav or. marking linen shading hi Roman characters no longer finds favour. It is too bulky, except for verv large initials, such as the centre of a big bedspread. Even on a large scale the advantages of the newer kind of mark ing arc recognisable.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
1 H. R. CHRISTIAN I - Jeweller and ? - ? Designer, /a. M S? KING WILLIAM STREET. ' ?-;, Cheapest Jewellery- House in the City.' ? nsl256' h| - ,™ ? ' r*. ; ? ? If Quality Counts Come to Us. We have on view a choice selection of rare and artistic Jewellery, comprising . GEMS, NECKLACES, PENDANTS, ENGAGEMENT RINGS, EARRINGS, BRACELETS, BROOCHES, SILVERWARE, PLATEDWARE, and LEATHER GOODS. E. H. KELLY a?CO. The Quality Jewellers. Bowman Arcade, King William St. T«Unhoo« 3S3B Central.
The Realm of Women From a Woman's Point of View. THE AGE OF THE LATCHKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
From a Woman's Point of View. CBy MADGE.) SHE AGE OF THE LATCHKEY; A good deal has been said and -written of late concerning the growing indepen dence of 'the young person' and the pro portionally diminishing lack of parental control. In Melbourne the authorities have inspired special visits to the picture fchows, with a view of discovering whether the entertainment provided there was apt to prejudice youthful morals. The re ports were, naturally, as varied as the ideas of the individual inspectors. Some condemned the shows m toto, others in clined to the opinion that the actual en tertainments were not at fault, provided that the children were accompanied by Borne responsible person. The whole case twisted back to the same truth— i.e., that the properly disciplined and trained child can usually be safely trusted, while the uncontrolled, spoiled darling is a menace and a nuisance, even in the most favour able circumstances. . Certainly the child of to-day knows far more liberty than...
TO-DAY'S RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
TO-DAY'S RACES The Adelaide Racing Club had almost ideal weather for the opening day of the Birthday Cup Meeting. The clouds of the early morning had given place to gene rous sunshine, and, though the west wind blew a trifle chilly towards the end of the afternoon, conditions generally were very pleasant. The sight rains had freshened up the place wonderfully, and the welcome shower on the top of the assiduous water ing the authorities had given the course put the track in splendid condition. The crowd present was a large one, and the public greatly appreciated the exten sive additions to the grand stand. The machine did brisk business, and most of the events were excellent betting races. His Excellency the Governor was pre sent, accompanied by Lady Bosanquet and Aliss Bosanquet. His Excellency was the guest of the committee at luncheon. MAIDEN PLATE. £366. HEIBACIDEA -F!a.TOs— Nereid), Mr. R M. Hawker's c.f., 3 yxs. S 3 (E. Andrews) 1 £323 5/. Persian Chief, Mr. T. KeUy*s b.c, S yr...
NEW SOUTH WALES. ROSEHILL RACES. SYDNEY, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
NEW SOUTH WALES. ROSEHILL RACES. SYDKEY, May 25. The RosehiU May Meeting was held to-day in perfect weather. The recent rains made the going heavy. There was a large attendance, which was further augmented owing to the post ponement of a pony meeting. Results srere: — King Lucre, 9 0 (Callinan) .. -v. ? 3 Other starters— The Dip, 9 7; fhptam Bell, 9 7; Schoches, 9 3; Minone, 9 1; Cardrois, 9 0; Sapper, 9 0. Betting— 5 to S agst. Dualoe, 4 to 1 Captain BelL Won by a length and a half. Three lengths between second and third. Sapper was fourth and Schoches last The Dip fell. THE GRANVnXE STAKES. Six furlongs.. WILLOW GREEN (Playbill, im.— Ivy Green), 7 6 (L. Walker) ? 1 Benloch, 7 12 (Dougherty) ...... ^ _ S Vcnusia, 7 6 (Lightfoot) .. ? _ „ 3 There were 24 startem. Bettug-3 to 1 axst. WILLOW GREEN, 7 to a. Venusia. Won by a halfjiead; one. and a half Ungtin between second and third. King Pharaoh was fourth, Waltz Dream last. Time, 1.16}. AUBDRX HAATHCAP. One mile. MIOCENE (Simmer, imp...
VICTORIA. MOONEE VALLEY RACES. MELBOURNE, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
VICTORIA. MOONEE TALLEY RACES. MELBOURNE, May 25. A meeting was held ail'Mo6ne¥ Valley this afternoon, when a programme of se^cn 'events was run through. It -rained .Jill this morning, bat the weather cleared : before iroon. The course was in capital order, -and there was a Urge attendance. ? SPRKGBANE CORINTHIAN. Seven fmiongs. ENGLAND (late Belfast) (Wallace— Hera), 9 7 (Mr. E. Baker) .. .. .. ? 1 Cains, 9 7 (Mr. M. Dean)' ? - 2 Bonnie Mura (Mr. E. Haj-es) ............. 3 Other starters— Corroboree, 12 2 -R- Green); Bonnie George, 11 9 (HcGuiness); Marled, 11 0 (Smith); Jolly Kate, 10 11 (Cox); Botany Bay, 10 3 -C. Clove); Pistol, 10 3 -Everest); Camoora, 9 13 (Dolan); Lake King, 9 11 (Brennan); Ama sia, 9 11 (Underwood) ; Simply, 9 -9 (Wigs) ; Dun kerry, 9 0 (G. Gove); Roaring Camp, 9 0 (Brani gan). ? ''.'.' Betting— Kren money Cains, 7 to 1 Bonnie -5eoree, 8 to 1 Corroboree, 10 -to- 1 Botany Bay, Simply, 12 to 1 ENGLAND and others. Pistol was in front sifter they-iiad been going...
COLLISION AT NORWOOD. Trolly and Bicycle. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
COI^IjC^L AT NORWOOD: !Trolly and Bieydie. . '?'?': ?'?' ? ' **, Shortiy-before * -o'clock this morning ons of : Messrs. George Hall & .'Son's trollies, driven by Henry Jjevitzk^, tan over CM: ton Atkins, aged 16, . reading at Syden ham road, Korwood.^ Th§ (iolliaon took! place on the Parade!- Sorwood, just in! front of Mr. D. P. ThOmSrB'istore. The txbllv was nroceediae ,to .ihe otv. when Atkins, iwhow^hurrvtogOto work on a bicycle/ To&^^a^.ojttfte'TSnilrns. .When 8 few feet in front of JieiS«Uy the bicy cle skidded in the. itnuiuuie- and .tlie *-«^»q sideslipped on to the wet tar pavement* and was -thrown in front of the- borees. One horse jumped over him,' 'but before the driver could bring- the vehicle to -,a standstill both wheels had passed over the unfortunate lad% .Dr. Holmes, who livoi close nandy, rendered 'first' aid,, and or dered the removal of the lad to the Hos pitaL Atkins regained eonsckwsness be fore he tvbs removed and said that it was not the faul...
"FOOLS MUST BE PROTECTED." Says Mr. Gepp, S.M. A Woman Gaoled tat Three Months. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
?TOOLS MUST BEn - PROTECTS).' Says Mr* Gepp, SJM*.: ! A Woman Gaoled fat Three Months. May Bradley appeared ' at the /AdftfaMB Police Court on Satnrdtey morning 'cb&rgeii with having stolen. £L 5/2 from the per* son of George Frederick 'Brown'-on Fnd»y night. Accused was defended by Mr. _V. de P. Gillen. - . ; In his evidence the nlaintiff stated that he was a 'labourer residing 'at 198 Frank* lin street, and related howbe had met ac-- ' cused on the previous evening after rait ing the Hampshire Hotel in Grote streets . In company with accused he 'visited' ^the* , Bristol Hotel in Franklin street, and wherV they came out Bradley - left . him on the corner and said she was going to Lewis's,/ but would return in a few, nunntea. After) waiting for some time plaintiff -srent'ta' look for the woman, who m. it tiba Union Hotel. He saw Constable. t 7Stz4 gcrald and made a complaint \b~ Mw*[, . . * Constable Fitzgerald stated that he, out accused in the parlour of Lewis's tJJiion Ho...
A WOMAN'S BANGLES. Alleged Theft. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
A WOMAN'S BANGLES* Alleged Theft. ': - \ ' ... Ai -the Adelaide Police Coort on -SaimpJ day morning Patrick Martin )vas cbazgedT by Beatrice Morris with having stolen two bangles valued at .£5 each. Mr. V. de P. Gillen represented the accused, wko ,le» served his defence. . ' ':''-r . plaintiff stated that she had the bangles at about ?ni«lnighi-. on Thoradic, sad mio ed them.afc.8L30 on Friday, morning. Slid did not know the acciSed. ? '. Mrs. Petersen, boarding-hods} keeper* said the accused was lodging in h*r bone. She received the bangles from him at XOJS) aon. and asked her tojet a loan -£ £S 9/ on them' so ttiat he could pay a liD h) owed. .--:, .,' Constable Horseman Contended . ttog when he spoke to Martin at the )od^in£ house he .said, _*'I have never . seen tikn in my life before.' Iffe took him fe* tbe Watchhouse, and wn^a accused was 4Jee»i tioned by Sub-Inspector Priest he and he had hadjthe b»ngle|,$U ins life. Accused was committed far trial «t -Se next Criminal Sessi...
LYRIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
; LYRIC CLUB. The Rev. W. H. Winter, B.D., of the Lyric Club, was responsible for a very successful function on Friday evening last, when a large number of guests responded to the committee's invitation. The first part of the programme included a lectur ette on Moore s Irish melodies, delight fully illustrated with songs and quartets by Miss Clara Cocking, Miss Muriel King, Messrs. Fred .Ellis, E. Clark, and A. von der Borch, who were accompanied at the piano by Miss Edith Ward in her usual finished and artistic manner. Scene IL was chosen from Mr. Winter's play, ''Queen Elizabeth,' to form the se cond part of the enjoyable programme. Owing to the indisposition of'Mr. Walsh, the author, who is deservedly a favourite, assisted Mrs. Powis Stewart as Queen Elizabeth in taking the part of Philip of Spain. The minor characters were taken by Miss Silvia Fawcett, Miss Vivian Hol den, and Herr Lungback. Among the ap preciative visitors were Lady Way, Mr. Sinclair Blue, Sir Josiah and Lady S...