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EMPIRE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

EMPIRE THEATRE. . In ''.Attacked by a Lion' z new roman tic picture drama, from the linn of Gau mont. the Empire have a very aut ilustra tion of the cinematograph's realism. This is a play which it -would be possible to wroducc 'only by means of the bioscope-. It is en admirable example of t;:e new type cf drama which the bioscope has brought into being, and which must also remain peculiar to it. 'One cannot see 'Attacked by a Lion' without experiencing something of the tremendous thrill of eicitemeni felt by big game hunters when out .fur sport.' That sums up the whole situation; the picture-play is to real that it twins to be a personal experience, or, at the least, a truthful portrait of some thing which really liappened. Don't miss this iilai on any aobount. The remainder of the programme is full of interesting novelties, all good in their own particular line.

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KING'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

KIXG-S THEATRE. There has been a complete change of artists appearing in the first part at the King's, and all newcomers have 'made good.' Dulcie Domer, a dashing serio; Marcella Gray, a graceful dancer; and Tom Vivian, 'who gave a fine rendition of 'The Bandalero, deserve special men tion. The comedians occupying the cor ners now are Art Slavin, Jack Norrie, Jim Marion, and George Banveen, and they all score well. Prince Charles, the man ape. still continues as the '''star' attraction of the bill, and works right up to the top of his reputation. Edith Harmer has already established herself in the favours of King's audiences. She has a good singing voice that she makes the most of, and ner winning man ner and tasteful dressing in her various songs make her turn one of the_ most enjoyable on the bill. Martinetti and Grossi extract music from all sorts of seemingly impossible articles, among which are a skeleton and the various parts of a bicycle. A rich vein of humour runs through th...

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

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THE WORLD'S NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ilr. S. J. Mitchell, formerly Government Resident of the Northern Territory, has been appointed to the Port Pirie Magis tracy. Parliament will meet on July 18, and the Budget Speech will be delivered to wards the end of August. Mr. L. A. Wells, Deputy Land Tax Com missioner, states that the land tax assess ments for 1912, based on owners' valua-' tions, amounted to £92,000, compared with £105.000 last year; £21,000 has been col lected to date. A private message has been received to the effect that the Xoch Torridon lias been sold in London. She is the last vessel of the Loch line to trade to Australia. So far as South Australia is concerned the Loch line have an unenviable record, as two of their boats — the Loch Sloy and Loch Vennachar— were lost off Kangaroo Island. Notwithstanding the dry season the rail way revenue for the week ended May 18 amounted to £35,686, against £34,435 for the same period last year. The steamer Belgic, with 217 State assisted immigrants ...

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

THE CUB. Mathias Shalek, of New York, celebrate ed recently bis ninety-ninth birthday &n-t the seventy-ninth anniversary of his wed-, ding. Time has not dulled the edge of Mn Shalek's wit, and to a reporter 'who ask ed him if his lifelong and moderate use -of tobacco and alcohol had injured him he replied — 'It's too early to tell yet.' Mr. Shalek then said that- America's prosperity was due to the unexampled skill in his trade or profession or business of the American man. 'Take, for example, reporters,' he con tinued. 'Our reporters are clever. Nond of them is like the English reporter who was sent to report the wedding of'a musii cal comedy actress. 'The reporter, on his return from the church sat down at bis desk, lit bis pipe* and began to read a novel. '? 'Here,' said a sub-editor, 'here, why. don't you write that wedding storyr ** 'Nothing doing,' the reporter answer-f ed, witb. a yawn. 'Bride never turned upj So there's nothing to write/ '? ' . .

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

IRRESISTIBLE. A New York broker was praising Charles W. Morse's ability as a money raiser. 'They tell a story about Morse,' be chuckled. 'Morse went to a, millionaire. , one day and said — ' 'Lend me three million. I must have three million for that new deal of mine.' ' 'Sorry, Morse,* said the millionaire^ *but Fve only got two million, in reads} money to-day.' ' 'Is that all?' said Morse. *OTelL hand it over then— you can owe me the-othe* million.' ' ?

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NOT NEEDED THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

NOT NEEDED THERE. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley was asked *th* other day if he beard anything about the recent invention which gives to new winq all the properties of old wine. . . 'No, I havent,' Dr. Wfley nphed* Then, with a smile, he Added — 'But, by Jove, I attended a musical comedy performance the other - nighit with that invention.' . . ?? 'If I should give yon a pair -of good skates,' the employer asked, *to use wheat doing errands, what would you think?' John's eyes fairly shone. *Td think I could go so fast that there'd be some time left to skate after doing the errands/4 he replied. Robert Henri, the noted artist, paase^ before a landscape painting, and said— 'Dawb, who painted tins, has ' sprung from humble circumstances to great wealth! and eminence. 'Dawb made his first success in Parish He was diffident and abashed in those days.- They say that once, at a dinner party, Dawb, the guest of honour, didnt open his mouth from the marennes vertesj to the soufflee. 'Finally, when the d...

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

CRICKET. Australia met M.C.C. at Lords this week md gained a five-wicket victory — the fourth fuccess of the tour, one game only having been lost, against Nottingham. Scores:— Australia. — First innings, 326; se cond (for five wickets), 169; total, 485. M.C.C. — First innings, 169; second innings, 323: total, 492. Play was abandoned owing to ram in the contest between South Africa and Ox ford University. Oxford scored 27S in their first ininngs and five for 244 in th° second. South Africa managed 179 in their first effort and had 138 up for three wic kets when rain necessitated the abandon ment of the play.

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

COX'S FARM SEEDS. SPECIALLY SELECTED. Machine Cleaned and Graded, Always Obtainable. Immediate and cartful attention and dispatch given Orders large or gm^u. Our LUCE1WE AND GEASS SEEDS noted for PIJU1TY and EXCELLENCE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS tX)R— ' . International Stock Food Co., Pqynter's Calf Food, VreeLmd's 'Electro' Arsenate of Lead, Heareon's 'Champion' Incnbator, ''Federal' Spray Mixture, Spratt'* Dos and Poultry Specialties. E. B. COX & CO., Cnr. East TcrraceS Bundle St, Adelaide. Catalogues Free. FOR MOTORING - - Ring up W. J. BAULPERSTONE who has always Three First-class Cars for Hire ? 20-h.p. VauxfaalL No. A 47; lSU.p. F.N., No. A 48: and 35-fa.p. Overland, A. 49. . Private 'Phone— 3613. Private address, Anns street, Adelaide. Stand 'Phone— IKS. ?1250

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

LION BREWERY. BOTTLED ALE AID STOUT, SNOWY CHAMPAGNE. fas I 60HMK& DISHES*

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BANKERS OF OLD BABYLON. "Brick Books" and Modern Grafting Methods. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

BANKERS OF 014) BABYLON. 'Brick Books' and Modern Graf ting: Methods, ? Recent discoveries of the. wonders of Babylonian civilisation— reinforced by the fruits of earlier explorations— show that 'business is busiifess' as a rule of life is as old as histo^. As far back as 2,000 years before Christ the Babylonians had made such progress in commercial aptitude that special laws had to be framed to deal with these gen tlemen who tried short cuts to wealth. The young man with expectations in those days, when there was less regard to the sacredness of the person and the right to live, borrowed, as his modern repre sentative not infrequently does to-day, from the professional money lender. The Babylonian merchant banked regu larly and issued his brick 'checks and bills of exchange, and the law stepped in, even as it does to-day, to preserve in violate the rights of properly. So keen were the business instincts of the people that even the priests were not above a* deal in offerings and in ...

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

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WEST'S PICTURES, LIMITED. THE PAV., BUNDLE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

WESTS PICTURES, LIMITED. THE PAV., BUNDLE STREET. The enterprise of the above company ?will, no doubt, be amply rewarded -when their new theatre in Bundle street, to be known as 'The Pav.,' will be opened. The building is nearing completion, and the interior furnishing will be put in hand immediatehr. The front elevation is treated with columns of the Doric order,, forming a centre and two wings, and sur mounted by a very enriched frieze and bold cornice. A very fine semi-circular ?window filled in ?witli leadliglit ?work is immediately over the main vestibule en trance, and in each wing there will be placed a beautiful figure with wings ex tended, and an electric light will be held in each hand. These figures -were for warded from Sydne; and specially model led for this -work. The central spacious entrance leads into a x-estibule 30 ft. long x 22 ft. wide, with a tiled floor. On. each side of entrance will be a shop with metal framing and plate glass, and two esits from theatre at ...

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

BUTLER, HOGARTH, and EDWARDS, LTD. iUCnOXTERS, LICENSED LAND T3ROKERS, .VALUATORS, have Properties of varicia sizes in all Suburbs FOR SALE. Kindly call on as and we will motor you to inspect. Money to Lend. CAVESPORT CHAMBERS. CUSfilE STKfc^l', elMc

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. — — - ' r ? . .. . Clean. . . 'THE MAIL' HC3ltliy ? Should be in every Week-end — Price 2-L Annnal Sab Reading . ££*?'**?'*- Order from yonr Newsagent or The Mail Newspapers Limited, Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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MEXICAN TROUBLE. Rebels in Distress. ELPASO, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

MEXICAN TROUBLE. Rebels in Distress. ELPASO, May 24. General Orozco was wounded severely in the leg while directing the retreat of his forces from a disastrous battle. The . losses of the Federals are placed at close on a thousand. General Orozco 's destination is Jiminez, where he -hopes to make a final effort to halt the advancing Federals and turn the tide of defeat. The rebel leaders at -Jasrez admit General Orozco's defeat at -SeDano. The rebel leader is censoring Bwssages, and few details have been al lowed to teak out. It is believed that the next fight will decide whether General Orozco will abandon Chihuahua, take re fuge at Sonora, or conduct guerilla war ^Sn^fowR'the nujunKinST . ' ''.'.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the pressure on our adver tising columns it will be necessary to send all advertisements intended for insertion in 'THE MAIL,' particularly those re quiring special positions, into the office not later than 10 a.m. Friday of each week. Only Public Notices will be taken on Friday afternoon or Saturday.

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WESTS OLYMPIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

WEST'S OLYMPIA. At West's the pi-ogramme presented is of a most diversified selection, and the pictures shown are a credit to the man agement in every way. Last night, long before 7 o'clock, the large theatre was filled, and the audience were emphatic in their appreciation of every film. Most in terest was manifested in 'A Silent Wit ness' by reason of its being essentially an Australian production. The plot, written by Sydney Stirling, well known in connection with the J. C. Williamson Dramatic Company, was unique in con struction, and of absorbing interest. The cast is composed wholly of Australia artists, the principals being Cyril Mackav, Leonard Jlilley, and Miss Ivy Marshall, all old friends of Adelaide theatregoers. Their acting before the camera was all that could be desired, and the film from a photographic point of view was excel lent. 'A Silent Witness' compares all round more than favourably with the im ported photo plays shown of the same nature. 'The Czar's Garden at P...

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

I— — — -T*| * . ' TEST .?.'':« PeofoM- Wines |

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

BEST BY TEST Penfold's Wines

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