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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
a GUARANTEED HAIRGROWEB t OR MONEY REFUNDED. EEAD'.WIOLETTA COMPANY'S f GUARANTEE. ^; October 16, 1907, 109 Pitt street, Sydney. To the^AGENTS'of WIOLETTA, LTDv Dear Sirs— In reference to the guaran tee offer by the WIOLETTA TOILEC COMPANY'S preparation, Wioletta Haw Food, and Tonic, now appearing in the papers throughout Australasia, the reason, we' make this guarantee is on account o£,. so many Genuine Testimonials sent us, completing cures, from one bottle up-i. wards. We make 12 bottles the limit, aav we feel certain if 22 bottles won't effect, a cure no further amount wilL and we also feel confident that if Wioletta -won't effect a cure nothing in the wide world will. We firmly believe no other Ha.jp, tonic in the world has ever offered thi- guarantee, and the following is all we re- - quire:— In cases of Baldness we must have the assurance of a. medical man that the hafr roots are still alive; the date each bottle is purchased from our agent, until the twelfth bottle has been ...
EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
EMPIRE. To appreciate the Empire on which the sun never sets one needs the spirit of history and the gife of prophecy. Within living memory have been witnessed the close of British expansion and the birth of Empire consolidation. The growth of Greater Britain is a story of magnificent adventure, colossal failure, and extraordi nary recovery. The colonisation of Ame rica by the Pilgrim Fathers marks the birth of religious freedom, the loss of the United States that of political equality, and the movement for the consolidation of the Empire coincides with the rise of industrial democracy. What nest? 'If you can tell me which grain of the seeds of time -will hap to. grow then I will answer you/' Mr. Chamberlain's Imperial ism is a conservative measure of centralisa tion, designed to increase the stability of the Empire, as against the disintegrating tendencies of industrial democracy and colonial nationalism. Thus far the policy of disintegration has prevailed. Greater Britain is pledg...
"THE QUAKER GIRL." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
'THE QUAKER GIRL.' 'Tho Quaker Girl,' the second produc tion of the Royal Comic Opera Company, winch is to be presented at the Theatre Koyal next Thursday, is said to be ex ceptionally picturesque and tuneful to a degree, while the dressing is unusually splendid and up to date. 'The Quaker Girl' is an uncommon work, inasmuch simplicity is aimed at in both music and construction. Eastern critics aver that the members of the Royal Comics bave never had more congenial roles to por tray. Edanche Browne will play the title role; Florence Vie, Mamad Blum, the mercurial Parisian modiste; Ivy BickforcL the romantic Princess Marthilda; Kelliei Wilson, Daine; Leslie Holland, Tony} Chute; Andrew Higginson, Captain Char I iris, an English officer; Fred Iieslie, Chief of French Police; Claude Bantoek, Na thaniel, an austere Quaker; and Bertie Wright, 'Leremical,' a part that is said to afford him ample opportunities for fun making. A feature of the production is said to be 'La Danse de Champagne...
OUR WHEAT RESOURCES. Trip Through the State. Mr. E. J. Brady Enthusiastic. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
OUR WHEAT RESOURCES, Trip Through the State, Mr. E. J. Brady Enthusiastic. Mr. E. J. Brady, the well-known poet, journalist, and author, who had been gathering material for his book 'Australia Unlimited,' left for Perth a few days ago. During his six weeks stay in South Australia he visited the fruit country around Adelaide, ana included in his tour lJinnaroo, Broken Hill, Quorn, Port Augusta, Hergott Springs, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Wallaroo, Balaklava, and Mt. Gambier, his last journey being across the border to Casterton, and back to Adelaide. He was enthusiastic con cerning what he saw of South Aus tralian resources. A BIG PROBLEM. 'There is a big problem of closer settlement in the north awaiting solu tion,' he told an interviewer, 'and as a matter of personal belief, I think that the arid districts of the north will probably prove in time to come one of South Australia's most valuable as sets. I hope to tell in my book the fascinating story of the mallee, as it deserves to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
S. J. ASHER, STOCK AND KTTABBRRrtKTTBj Old Exchange, Fine street. Member Stock Exenaage d *a«»io^« Telephone 3506. pel?.'*. WANTED TO SELL. Under this heading (if prepaid), 18 -words, one ? insertion, 1/; three insertions, 2/6. ? UBBER MOTOR.— Goggles, 4/6 pair, limited quantity. H. Morris, Optician, S3 Sins William street! /~^ EAMAPHONE.— Forty Becords, a,, good; yJT owner must dispose; any reasonable offer. Price, this office. rriHE BEST FIELD nr.ARRlBg for use on the J- Coarse, Prismatic Glasses, from £5 5/; Fieldglasses, from 12/6; leather cases, straps com plete. B. Morris, Optician, 33 King William Street. PRACTICALLY. New Wooden Bedstead, latest design; prompt rale wanted, i^nick, this office. ryou arc in any doubt about the necessity or advisability of wearing Classes you axe invited to consult me. H. Morris, Optician, 33 King William street. WANTED, a Hundred Men to try W. Warley*s 12/6 Trousers, made to measure. 125 Bundle street, Adelaide. ? DO your Eyes Trouble Ton? Call...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
The Suburb of Beautiful Homes, has grown wonderfully during the past two yearn, and many thousands of poundi have been spent in MODERN HOMES and Improvements. For Buyers of th« Better Class Home Sites NO SUBURB CAN EQUAL TOORAK. It is delight, fully situated, and the general surroundings are all that could be desired by pap ticular people. Note, also, that TOORAK is 100 ft. higher shove sea level than either East Adelaide or North Adelaide, and the Land is guarded by wise building xestrio tions. . - .; ~ - Another big advantage to residents is the very .convenient Tram Service- ill :. City— only two sections, MARR.YATV1L.IjE LINE. ' . - ' HOUSES designed and built to order on easy terms of payment. Setter call and see plans and discuss terms. JACKMAN & TRELOAR, NEXT BOWMAN'S ARCADE, $3 E3N6 WILLIAM STREET. TeL 1224. ' iBlM*-;.. £U50-ONLY £1^50* About 6 Acres ti first-das Land at Fmdou. - Part Section 409, with a. 4-roomed House; 8 3,000-sallon Tanlra, 2 crEt-dass WindmlllE, ...
REAL PROPERTY. WORK IN PROGRESS. WHAT THE ARCHITECTS ARE DOING. ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
WORK IN PROGRESS. WHAT THE ARCHITECTS s: ARE DOING, i ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY* Tenders-are due on Monday for the al terations to the Electric Supply Com pany's premises in Grenfell street, which 'have been planned by Mr. Alfred Wells. The alterations consist of an extension of the boiler house and engine room to East terrace, the foundations of which are now in coarse of construction, and the erec tion of new office accommodation for the (engineering and clerical staff. EOYAL EXCHANGE. ' It is proposed to pnt another story on '^to the Royal Exchange Buildings, King (William street, and Messrs. Cawell and i Cow-ell have been, instructed tffjpregare, ) plans. An npper story, with towers at either end, each as it -is proposed to add, will greatly improve the appearance of ' this building. **ALBERTON BAPTIST CHJ0RCIL In *iew of the coming jubilee, in Octo ?ber, the Alberton Baptist Church is being altered and renovated, the firm of archi tects in charge of the work being Messrs. .Cowell...
A HOME IN THE RANGES Attractions of Eden Hills. Extensive Building Operations. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
A HOME IN THE RANGES attractions of Eden Hills. Extensive Building Operations. .; It is-only during the last few years that Adelaideans have begun to fully realise the value of the bills as a residential re sort. Previonsly, owing to the train ser vice, they were not nearly so much appre ciated in this respect, but with the open ing up of Eden TTjIIbj only nine miles from the city, and bettvc railway communi cation, the old order has changed. In other States — and particularly in Western Australia— the number of people who have built in the ranges, securing sufficient ground zo plant orchards, which are both profitable and a welcome addition to every home, is amazing. Apart from those who permanently reside in the hills, the number of Weekenders is yearly increasing, and it may with justice be asked why should the citizens of Adelaide con tinue to live in the suburbs of the plains when close to their doors are a bracing climate, excellent scenery, large blocks of garden land, and an...
EMPIRE DAY. English Celebrations. LONDON, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
EMPIRE DAY. English Celebrations. LONDON, May 24. Empire Day was celebrated in a tho xough manner. It is estimated that 5,250,000 school children in the United ?Kingdom and 4,250.000 in the dominions overseas took part. Lord Heath and the Lord Mayor of London addressed a large gathering at the Guildhall, which included all the members of the Stock Exchange. The National lAnthem was sung with loyal fervour. Processions and loyal speeches were the features in many towns and villages. Earl Roberts reviewed a monster parade of Boy Scouts at Hyde Park.
DISHONOUR AMONG THIEVES. Gang of Desperadoes Breaks Up. Members Come to Adelaide. SYDNEY, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
DISHONOUR AMONG THIEVES. Gang of Desperadoes Breaks Members Come to Adelaide. SYDNEY, May 25. Startling news has .been received here from Melbourne to-day with regard to the quarrel, which took place in Melbourne among the . gang of armed, manfrffl bur glars who invaded the Victorian ; capital with loot from Sydney. The difference led to a split in the gang, and to two of their number— if not more— leaving Mel bourne for Adelaide, there to cany on, if possible, a further series of successful de predations. - The trouble arose over the filial divi sion of a cash haul of £100. One of the leaders entrusted the swag to a member of the gang, who placed it in a big inside pocket of his waistcoat. On their way np to the thieves' headquarters in- Young street, Ktzroy,. this man managed to con ceal part of the stuff in notes «nd gold in his stocking. When headquarters was reached .the 'spoil was thrown oh the table for division. 'This be damned!' growled the leader, who had personally 'lifte...
MR. BLUNDELL AND THE U.L.U. Labour Leader's Changed Attitude. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
MR. BLUNDELL AND THE ILL.U. Labour Leader's Changed Attitude. ;. Speaking at Gumeracha last night, the Attorney-General (Hon. H. Homburg) said that it was gratifying to find the ac tion of the* Government supported by La bour leaders in their recent brush with some of the unemployed, but when. Mr Bhmdell stood up in the market place and said that strikes were fostered by the U-L.U. he must surely have forgotten his own attitude. Records showed only too conclusively that some members of the Labour Party took a hand in strike pro ceedings. ' During the drivers' strike Mr. Blundell was boss man, and the U.L.U. were no where, and it was this struggle which snowed the lengths to which some mem bers of the Labour Party were prepared to go. -And now- Mr. BlundeU put the blame upon the U.L.U. On that occasion at any rate these two branches of the social istic element worked together, and it was of no use the late Whip attempting to dis sociate his party from the consequences of the trouble ...
BEULAH ESTATE. A Rising Suburb. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
BEULAH ESTATE, & Rising Suburb. Few better opportunities of purchas ing a cheap building site on reasonable terms have been offered to the Adelaide folk than is offered at Beulah Estate. Advantage has been taken of this by a public never too slow to recognise a good thing, and already this estate is show-' ing healthy signs of a rapid change. The well-known land agents, Messrs. Parsons and Wilcox, inform us that the sub dividing of this land by them, in con junction with Mr. Stuart Dowie, into $0 building .allotments : has been ..very satis factory indeed, and should be an incen tive to other gentlemen holding more land than they have use for to have it cut up and sold as residential building sites. Over 50 per cent, of these allotments are now sold, and a number of modern homes are in course of erection. An ex ceedingly pretty villa &x Gurr's road, now nearing completion, Jims just been dis posed of, and the builder is starting to erect a superior return verandah Vi...
PENALUNA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912
PENALUNA ESTATE. The trustees in the estate of the late J. & B. J.- H. Penalnna have decided to dispose of the Various building sites held in the estate. They comprise a particu larly fine site on the Payneham road, Col lege Park, opposite the Maid and Magpie; seven allotments in Alexandra avenue. Rose Park; and three exceptionally well situated blocks at Henley Beach, just op posite the railway terminus. Mr. W. B. Wilkinson has been instructed to offer the above at auction at the Town TTall^ Ade laide, on Thursday, June 6, at 2.30 pjn.