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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

^T^ - ' -A'- .. ...:-.% \mKERVILLE Atl| PUREST AND BEST. I ji6l25c '' . ? ' - . - ? '. T''_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

DEWAR'S Imperial Whisky. 'Most Excellent.' nO25e MR. I. R. S. CRAIG, LI.LS.L late with the Federal Boot Company, begs to in timate that he has entered into Business as a PRACTISING ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR, at WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, GrenfeU street, Adelaide. For ENGBAVTNG, Bobber Stamps, Seals, Bronze House Name plates, Brass Plates, &c NIEHUUS & LUCY, ABT AND GENERA^ ENGRAVERS, 33 ASOtfiOV AdeU*^ 7110116 3102. *sl2Sc A. D eLANY, GBESHAM HOTEL, Corner of King 'William street and North terrace (opposite Government House). TARIFF 1 10/ PEE DAT. Specially adapted for Intercolonial Visitors. Blase proximity to Railway Station. e!46c Jean Ltd Z AND 2 NETTEE BUILDINGS . . (Upstairs only). Corner of Hindley and ' Gnseham Sts Adelaide! ' Telephone 137. nsl25c * * TEE WHISKY OP age and a BP^^giy^^ ;:; . *^^' ' ' ~r?5« Atrjaj: ~Mtr.. 'u'-.;-f 'RED SJM^;; W. P. AUU- & SONS, ImTD*. ': ? , : ' SOLE AGENTS..--.^-. L^-. :/,..'.; ?'. 'f ' -' j -' ? - ?- ? . ??..??'- 'r.-r -»c...

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POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: May 25. (Before Mr. T. Gepp. S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

POLICE COURT. itDEtATBE: May 25. -Before Me. X. Gepp. SJt) Six persons were fined for inmhrMy. Annie GonnoUy, far 'indecent bebsviear i» Franklin street, was fined ' £1 11/.. For having used indecent, language John Car rie had to pay £2 U/.

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BRITISH MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

BRITISH MUSIC. 'The' English are not very musical,' Walter Damrosch, the conductor, admitted at a dinner in New York. 'Tbe English are a little too cold, too self-conscious, to produce a Chopin or a Bimsky-Koisakpv.' 'Robert Louis Stevenson once went to hear Charles Halle play the piano in Queen's Hall. After the performance Ste venson walked in silence out Regent street to Oxford Circus. He stopped at Oxford Circus and. in a slow meditative voice pro nounced this excellent criticism on the English musician he had heard ? ' The manner of the elderly statesman at the piano was somewhat austere and chilling.'

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GOOD REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

GOOD REASON, Daniel Kennedy, New York's famous auctioneer, was talking about a collection of French snuffboxes that had seld too low. 'You ask why the owner sold them so low?' said Mr. Kennedy. 'Well, he sold them Jew because he had to. Poverty compelled him. 'It is like the story of the little boys with the green ribbon in their coats. The school teacher interrogated these, little boys to see what their knowledge of Irish history amounted to. ' 'Patrick,' she began, *why are yon wearing a green ribbon to-day?' ? ' 'Because it's ahe anniversary of the great and good St. Patrick, ma'am.' ' *Very -well! And you, Michael, why are you wearing a green ribbon?' ' 'Because St. Patrick is Ireland's patron saint, ma'am, and green is Ireland's colour.' ' 'Good! And now, Solomon. Eckhard stein, tell. us why you in your turn are wearing a green ribbon? ''Because, ma'am, Pat and Mike and Denny said they'd bust me snoot if I didn't.' '

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The fun The World [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

WS^?*SSm He advanced upon the librarian of the Carnegie Library, and there was Wood in bis eye. 'I want you to help me,' he commenc ed. 'The secretary of our Mutual Self help and Local Education Club has advis ed me to read the 'Dentists' Infirmary;' you don't appear to have it.' 'The 'Dentists' Infirmary?' ' gasped the man cf books. 'Yes; it's all about angels and devils, and so on, I believe.' 'Ah!' sighed the librarian. 'You mean Dante's 'Inferno.' Third case on the right, fourtn shelf.' 'Thank heaven, that's over,' he said, as he approached the sad-looking man in the corner, and undisguisedly mopped his fore head. 'What is?' 'I've danced with the hostess. Have you gone through it yet?' . 'No,' replied the sad-looking man; 'I don't have to. I'm, the host.' They were a merry lot of youngsters spending Easter at Yarmouth, and after an exciting day on the links and a little celebration afterwards, they trooped off, clad as they were in sporting rig, to a dance that was being held at...

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AN OLD TIMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

AN OLD TIMER. 'How swell Mr. Green looked wiffi hi( wife at church this morning.' 'Swell, huh. That was an 1885. model silk hat he had on.' ... ? ?*: _^ ... '*

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THE BLINDEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

THE BLINDEST. Dr. Harrison Dallas Trotter, in a gecent lecture in Duluth, spoke strongly against ths bef ore-breakfast drink. 'There are actually,' ne said, men who think that it does ? them good to take,, on rising, a stiff glass of whisky, How blind such men are. 'Of course, none are so blind, as thos^ who take too many eye-openers.'

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SPEAKING CONSCIENTIOUSLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

SPEAKING CONSCIENTIOUSLY. Senator La Follette, during bis recent visit to Philadelphia, said, apropos of a flagrant piece of hypocrisy: — 'Why, the man's as bad as a Newport groom I heard of the other day. 'This groom stood beside his master ?while -a veterinary examined a costly cob. The veterinary, at the end of his examin ation, pronounced the cob incurable, and took leave. Then the master, sighly heav ily, turned to the groom and said: — 'Well, James, what am I to do with the poor beast now?' ' 'Conscientiously speaking, sir,* the groom jTephed, 'I think you'd better part ?with him now to another gentleman, sir.' '

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HER PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

HEii PROPOSAL. Miss Ethel Barrymore, apropos of leap year, told a story at the colony Club in iew York. 'A girl,' she said, 'looked .calmly at a caller one evening, and remarked:— 'George, as it is leap year ? ' 'The caller turned pale. ''As it is leap year,' she continued, and you have been calling regularly now four nights a week for a long, long time, George,*! propose ? * ' 'I'm not in a position to many on my salary,' George broke in hurriedly. ' I know that well, George/ the girl pursued, 'and so, as it is leap year, I thought I'd propose that you' lay off and give some of the more eligible boys a chance. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

Cattos Whisky a Favorite* in Adelaide ferThiiSr Years ? _ ...if. .. ? ?-

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CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

CADLETELD. Showers fell thiB morning. 'Kariel rah nine on the grass in 5.H. LoM and Patriotic went nine -on tha grass in 2i^. Safrano cut the time down to L591-* good gallop. ' m _ Double Fortune tan six on the gr«s4 sjB|!Hsta and Bribery went nine on th» Qi ran a mile on the grass in 1.491 , - o^^it&P0*1* wentTmiW . Av0™ fihpped dyer fire in I K|. ; Esperanza got over fonr in j56. Kiman travelled dine fnriomts in 2 V - Pride of Murillo did fvaHjTm. ' Lord Denman went seven in 1.351 * Earls Court cast five behind inlj '.-' Magas traversed a mile in 1.52. ' the^nffn6! j£d ^^ ** ™* '^ * ^Yandilla King went three ^furiongs at in^fJi *UEP fca^ea nine on the graai Eari Godwin went the same distance on the grass in 2m. Motoaf went* half a mile in S2i ^ Belfast and Chauvelin ran 10 firlonge in St. Jan'o and Tornea ran seven in 154-. Jitrambil end the Benvoho Keldine went four in 52J. ™ Fleureus and Yarrien clipped orct »r on the gnus m 13M. ^ ,1 ambureJJo ran nine in 2j9 ? Obelisk ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

POST ADELAIDE RACING CLUB, LIMITED. [ Winter Meeting, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912. NOMINATIONS, FOB 100 sots.— Trial Stakes (Handicap), six furlongs. 100 sove. — Franklin Hurdle Race, about two miles 250 sove. — Paddington iTan^ij^^ (me mile and a furlong and 40 yards. 100 6OV6.— Portland Steeplechase, about two miles ard a quarter. 12S sora.— Bosatala Uandica.p (for two-yeai^olds), fire turbmgs. 150 BOVB.-Chritgnham Park Haodicip, five fur longs. 125 eovs. — York Welter (Handicap), one mile. CLOSE fct Oonsidine's Racecourse Agency, Melbourne- or Gordon's Racecourse Agency, Adelaide, up to 1 p.m.; or at the Club's Offices, Fort Adelaide, until 5 p.m. MONDAY, MAY 27, Nomination Fee, 10/ each, except the Pad Sington Handicap, which is 30/. T. W. TQ2F0ED, Secretary P.A.B.C., LM. hvs to Hie good at the -— lultimate jomp, which iii^ht Hxiny down. Yodnapinna won paHing '% Sy three lengths, while a cood struggle for ?ecoal' ,jlace resulted in Eoyal Malion beating MonaE^u' by t lane neck. Max UU...

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VICTORIA. FLEMINGTON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

YICTOBIL FLEMTNGTON, May 25,;. . Heavy -rain fell this morning and'rpi ' tarded operations. ? j . ? Nangar ran five on the tan ia.'l.'li.-'f Bunawarra got over the last five of-*a mile in 15}. ? ' * ;f Bundy, a' brother to Mountain Princess, - did the fastest two furlongs on the Sfeft- : monger's carpet, viz., 2o£. ' ' -' ' Squirm, had long, stridiss exercise ot the sand, winding up ^rith three in evens. North Woodhsgh rah four in 53. ??.*$. Blood Stzeak went a inn^ on the tan ia 1JS3. ? ?'??'?''?«, Sea Dog was given sound pacing. ' ? . Toaster, looking well, has arrived here. - King Loraez and Lord Quiz have resum ed work. ' : -?- Orthos, when schxtolisg . yesterday. -«1 Mordialloc, met with fatal injuries. '.

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VICTORIA PARK. This Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

VICTORIA PARK. This Morning. The tan track was the only rink avail able, and most of the work bid been done before a heavy shower felL Sprinting was the order of the dav. Hamburg ran seven furlongs in 1.37. First Shot got six in 1.23. Yeneda sprinted two in 28. St. Leonard three in 39. Musket Belle and Puringa two in 25. Banui three in 37. oMoeobar two in 28. Yellow Slave three in 38J. Takipono three in 37}. Edinol and Nullabah two in 251. Prince Aryan ran away from The Swell in a two-furlong, dash in 25J. . EJdershot ran three in 42. Real Irish half a mile in 52. Gypsum and Overhaul were together when five furlongs had 'been run in l.SJ. Swagger -W. Marshall) after pacing from the milepost clapped on full sail at the five, and greatly pleased by running the distance in a tick under l£. Braw Scot ran six, pulling up, in 1.24J. -Horsley was going easily over seven fur longs in 1.41. Philharmonic dashed off half a nifle in 51. Lindlcy took 53J to do a similar journey, . but her mouth ...

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STARTING POST TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

STARTING POST TRUTHS. ? o ? Our 'man at the post' reports as fol lows on the starts at to-day's AJLC. Birthday Meeting:— Maiden . Plate.— Heiracidea (on the rails), Persian Chief, and Golden Wattle were first sighted, closely followed by Winbar and Aulkbah, withPrince Aryan the last to get moving. Winbar played up a little, but the field was evenly dis patched. ' . ' Hurdle Eace.— No delay was experienced at die post. Destinist and Max Million broke the line clear of Tndnapinna, while Royal Malion dwelt a little. City TTnwHo^r} — Sir Percivale, Takipono, Master Koran, and Blankney IL were tiie chief offenders. When, the barrier lifted the colours of Obsono, Kirn, Cap tain White' were most prominent, with Pearl King the worst served by the jump off. Kensington Steeplechase.— A flag start with the grey (Cameo), The Swell, and Picanninie the most conspicuous, while Cardiff and Eldershe were dispatched ' at intervals. , An indifferent start for euch a email field. Adelaide Stakes.— Uncl...

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WEST AUSTRALIAN RACING. HELENA VALE RACES. PERTH, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

WEST AUSTRALIAN RACING. HELENA VALE RACES. PERTH, May 25. Races were held to-day at Helena Vale in threatening weather. There was a fair atten dance. Results were:— Hurdle Race, one and three-quarter miles.— Ib-nouncement, 11 13 (Penance-Josephine), 1; Wecdarra, 9 2, 2; Quibble, 11 4, 3. Four others started. Betting— 3 to 1 agst. winner. Won by two long+lis, tfirte between second and third Timer 3.31 i-Z. ! Kirst Plato, six furlongs. — Brilliant Boy, 7 G I (Hautboy— Brilliant). 1; Cissy, G 10, 2; Gauze, j 6 9, 3. Three others started. Betting— 6 to 4 I agtt. winner. -Won by three lengths, fonr be tween ^«-nd and third. Time, 1.18 2-5. Second Piate, five furlongs. — Confidence, W.A., (Coolatai— Miss Munthen), 6 13, 1; Wendy, S 10, 2; Ordination, 8 *, 3. There were 15 startrrs. Betting — i to 1 agst. winner. Won by a length. Time, ^-5. Vale Handicap, one and a quarter miles. — 1*'}? M. (W.A.), 6 13 (Flintlock— Maoriland). 1; So'.o -:irl, 7 9, ? 2; Morpheus, 6 7, 3. There were 12 othrr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

Hearth and Home. ' O ? 1 OUR DEFENDERS. By 'Reveille.' -V's jo ifapos Sorsinti psopux ^oujsiq jo pis ut noppsnoo vu[qnd 0} csdo Xrarreo ?ipio ?ajppf £q jreq jo Spoq o% notssnnpy -praaiOH iniaH '?&& ?&! 'nrd S ye'aai&ias ? TT'H c^ioj, oj. -}3aqs nnsnilAl. Snja pire qsaxfs siponjf 03 aosj -ja* anus^anbad pne peoi jfaa^oBH «p. qareni ptre *-iicqs OS'S V ?odaa oa3»[ ijui apsjej TTJJW ? *9Z iVH AVdKflS TlvH KMOL SdlVHa? 'aavsvj hohoho tfokw aamx tt ?atria saYMKrai, oraaoaia aamaa V

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INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

INFORMATION WANTED. 'B.' asks for a recipe for coffee es sence. 'H. A. V.' would like a recipe for pan cakes. 'R. K.' requires a recipe for mayon naise — an economical one if possible.

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MUTTON BROTH (for "Nurse"). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

MUTTON BROTH {for 'Nurse'). l.neck of mutton 1 onion 1 carrot 1 turnip A little celery Peppercorns Salt J-cupful rice. Put mutton into saucepan with suffi cient water to cover; let it boil well. Add onion, carrot, turnip, and celery (which have been sliced thin), also pep percorns and salt, and about an hour be fore serving add rice which has been well washed. A cup of half-ripe corn boiled in this is a great improvement. Before servintr remove meat, and ekim off all fat. (From 'A. C.'J

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