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LAST ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

tAST ACT. ThiM-If* new triad of lady's hat goi«% abont wifii :e iiuge plnme sticking orttjn ^-backl^aa; ir picture show the WEer evening* kdy Storing such a plume for got to remove- lifcf- hat. It obstniefcedi the view of a man immediately benmtL 'Kow, miss,' he said, 'if yer dem't 'BEe^ yer title quick'n lively I'll be tellin* fjwj missus ye've pinched her feather dost&C to decorate yer block with.' ' ThaP$fi came down like a weathercock struck iraW lightning. . . vj? At Medindie a ? new maid came fib '% large house— yon know, one of thosflimi lionaire's houses? out there. After, :4he matter of salary (not wages) had ; l-een; settled the new lady (not girl) said, ^Df i course, you know, madam, I shall mat -Ao any cooking or scrubbing or dustik^or cleaning or menial work of anyFfinid' whatsoever. Z shall simply wait at table and arrange the flowers in the dnriirin* and dining room. I shall require ;Se aiternoons and evenings and Subdays away (hot off), and I must be addresse...

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Woman's Letter from London. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

Woman's Letter from London. u ? LONDON, April 2fi. Dear Australia — The Titanic tragedy is still filling the public mind— and the newspapers— to the exclusion of everything else, and it is now known that 1,347 men, 103 women, and 53 children were lost. The horror of it is everywhere. You cannot enter _a train or tram or walk along the street without seeing men and women discussing it and feverishly searching the newspapers for further details. Every one has heard some new story of heroism or distress or strange coincidence. An Australian journalist who was present at the launching ceremony of the Titanic told me a curious thing that seems to have something of an omen about it. At the luncheon, just as the health of the chairman was proposed, the middle of the table collapsed, and there was all sorts of confusion before the toast could be honoured. To be a properly dir ected omen this should have occurred to the Board of Trade, howeyer,- for while the wreck cannot hie laid at their d...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. SYDNEY, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

SYDNEY VARK^TS. SYDNET, May 25. Wholesale quotations in the following lines to day were: — Forage. — Chaff, Victorian prime' wheaten, £7 5/, oaten £7; oaten stew £7,10/; Adelaide wheaten, £7 5/, wheaten £7 2?6, Taanaman oaten £6 15/. Derrick -.straw, bright wheaten £3 10/, dark colour £3 5/. Victorian £3 10/; oaten hay, Victorian £9, local £8 15/; lucerne hay, local Hunter River, prime new green, large bales, £5 10/, good fresh £4 to £5, Brassy £3 10/ to £4, choice small bales £6. Grain.— Bariev, Victorian capes for feed, prime, 5/3 to 5/6; oats. Tamtam Rn giants 3/6 to 3/7, second quality 3/4 to 3/5; BpsrrowbCUs 3/5, Algerian, Victorian, and New Zealand feed 3/6, seed 3/9, Gartens and dun 3 '6 ±0 3/7, Tartarian 5/6. Vegetables.— Onions, Victorian table £12 10/. picklers £7 10/, New Zealand, ex steamer £6 to £7 10/, picked over lots ex store £8 to £10; potatoes, T»«m«nian £10 ip/, Victorian £7 10/. Excelsior. £9. Snowflakes £7 10/ to £8, Brownells £10. New Zealand np-to-dates £9-10/...

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MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

MELBOURNE MARKET. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co. nare supplied ns with the fottowing Melbourne quotations, dated Morning.— Amalgamated. Ziic,, 33/3 buyer, 33/6 seller; British (old), 5S/9 'buyer, -59/. Better; Block Tens,. 46/3 buyer, 47/3.#eB^^'Sl«itli. (pUd), £7 -10/6 buyer; Chiltaspej ^d)*. B/^1^f!11?; Hampden Cloncurry, 37/J9 tq^at ^!S7-seHer; In surance of Australia,. 7A .buyer,' ;f/3 Bdler; Goldsbrough Mort, 44/ buyer; Mabodme Trams, 40/ buyer, 41/ seller; .Howard- Smith (pref.), 20/6 setter; Huddart, Parker (ord-), 15/6 buyer, 15/9 seller; Swettenhams, 26/6 -buyer, 26/9 sel ler; Sydney Ice Skating GS8 -Stasge, 25/ sales; Broken Hill Water. 21/6 .buyer, 21/9 seller; Dun lop (ord.), 23/ buyer; .9unloo(Dref.).2j/9 buyer, 28/ seller; Henry Jones,' 41?- bflrerr28J3i.Beller; Huddart, Parker (ord.)? «/6J*uyeH!,o«/»Jseller; Huddart, Parker (pret. J, ' te/gbuyer, -13//seller; London Stores, 20/4 seller; SwaUSw and. -Ariel, 19/6 buyer; Hercules, 12/4J taiyer.1 I*/6 Better; Marvel Loc...

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. SATURDAY'S BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. . SATURDAY'SBUSENESS. On the , Stock Exchange of Ade laide, to-day 'the . chief ..?centre of attraction was British, as develop ments at' the 1,000 level are expected daily. In old values improved to 59/6, easing slightly at closing. Junction North and Broken. Hills -Were the most .'active of the Other .Barriers, iyhQe.^ junction and South Extended were lightly no£ed, with little or no change on late., rates. South and Norths were not quoted. The copper trading, .was 'confined to Cfaillagoe and Mount Morgan; in the latter a fall of 2/6 was noticed on- the previous sale. Several gold stocks met with more activity than lately, arid in Bullfinch Proprietary, Com modore, Greenfinch Proprietary, and Great Boultjera prices ruled -a point or two on the firmer side. Investment stocks had a good many ? quotations, but the only trade was in Adelaide Steamship, at 33/. RANGE OF SALES. May SO to 23. INVESTMENT STOCKS. S.A. 3 Per Cents, dosing borer £80 10/. Bank of Adelai...

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WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, May 25. BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

WESTRAL1AN MINING. {From our Special Correspondent.) PERTH, May 25. 'PUUSFTSCa. .When the last mail left London 'bull- ish' talk was in circulation regarding the ' Bullfinch Mine. It was stated that a well-known Scottish group of speculators , bad been quietly absorbing the floating supply of these shares, with a view of engineering a move in them in connection with . the 'impending start of crushing.' {Seeing, however, that crashing is not likely ^to start till next year, and that develop 'lriente continue unsatisfactory at 300 ft., fee move alludrd to has had to bo inde finitely postponed. JVAKHOE. The report of the Iranhoe Company for 3911 states that, after making provision for all expenditure accounts, there was a profit of £220,971, which, added to the Unappropriated balance from last year of -£6,563, makes a total credit of £227,534. lie 6um of 22/ per share was paid 'in dividends, leaving £4,781 to be carried forward. The expenditure on buildings, plant, equipment, &...

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MEN'S ASSOCIATION. SEMAPHORE V. ADELAIDE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

f MEN'S ASSOCIATION. ; ' IliSMapHORE V. ADELAIDE A.NJL r-5bi«: match provided an excellent after* l,noonV sport. It was eaffly the best ItSiafe'seen this season, the game ban* ||jtti|ifand manly. .Sight from the bully IpSpfe -could be seen that the result would I Mgi'gry close, because of the' fast and I WbU7 which was sustained thronghonf ^Oiatch. Neither team scored up. Jtf I Bpfi ame. - For some time after 1he in iirMtlie 'Natives' kept op a Btroni w|, and were rewarded by & beaotifui iPprom the stick of CWe Mine. IHgbhore answered well to their cato iglir call,, and after splendid passing W. - G&ke scored, thus .making the scores |P|L The I^W^annte again Mtiligrr, and-K. Herbert baa an-easv-fihot : Oijagt in fmnfc of fprii»l*- faftfc ?-i»jl^l 'af«iMy * . laiae ended in- a draw, XitSOtt'^B^^-Mbu^f- BnKnisht umpu^tbfimatehiensell^^^ igWch oT& sw^^^^^^Si S

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

SHIPPING; Semaphore. — Saturday, May 25 — Times of high and low water donbtfuL - Sunday, Hay 25— Tunes Df Ugh and low water doubtful. . ARRIVED.— May 25. Morea, R.1LS. (P. & O.), 5,962 tons, J. D. Andrews, E.JLE., from London via ports. Elder, Smith, & Co., agents. Passengers:— From Lon don— |fr. and Mrs. A. W. White from Mar seilles— Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ewington, Messrs. C. Wflaon, R. Eawlins, A. C. Godhard. From Brindisi— Dr. E. W. Morris. From Colombo— Mr. and Mrs. E, Stewart, Mrs. Donoghu, Messrs. L. VaBaney. M. Kenny, and J. HcLeod. From Fre nantle— U; and 113 en route to eastern States. Seydlitz, a (K.D.L.), iJSBS. tons, C. Mtmdt, from Bremen via ports. H. Mnecke & Co-, agents. Passengers:— From Southampton— Mrs. F. 'P. Badcock and four children, Misses Bad cods; (3), Messrs. F. R. Badcock, W. C. Daw no. From Genoa— Mr. F. P. Badcock in the aaloon. and 78 in third class; and 412 en route to eastern States. BaUarat, s. (P. & O. Branch Service), 7,...

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HOCKEY. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. EAST TERRACE V. TBOUBADOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

HOCKEY. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. EAST TERRACE V. TBOUBADOUB. ' Played at South terrace this* afternoon. Troubadour did most of the attacking, and played a good combined game, -bat-the Terrace defence was too strong for them. During the first half East Terrace, scored after some splendid passing by their for wards. This was repeated just, before the call of time by Miss Beresford, who. took the ball down from the half-line. Scenes: —East Terrace, 2 goals; Tronhartowr.jmjj. Best Plavere:— East Terrace, Mrases H. and J. Waterhouse, .'Hamilton, Beresford, Ayres, and Connor;- Troubadour, Misses O'Connell, N. and O. Sands, Sims, and At

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

LATE ADVBRTTfi^wngNTS. '; 11 WITH CiPTiffi SCOTT TO TBE SOUTH POLE.' in Intensely Interesting Voyage. _ T: Commencing Wednesday Bext Sol: Eights secured at an enonnouB outUy by the WONDERGRAPH, TOWN HALL. The Management -will risTr tie. charge ol ex aggeration, and proclaim- to- its patrons tiutt they may look forward, with pleasaraMe wW»'|y- tioa, to the presentation of a «ubject lore Worthy of Public Patronage than any Picture Hitherto Displajed. LOOK OUT FOR CfiPT&II SCOTT, RJ at the Town Wall Woadergraph on Wednesday Direction _ The Greater Wondergraph Co* Irtd. BOXING. NATIONAL ARENA, KING WILLIAM STBEEI SOUTH. MONDAY KIGHT. MATT 27, «7ff, BLACK PADDY , ^ JACK WILLIS. Twenty 3-mimrte Sounds. Two good Preht naries. String Sand in Attendance. 5/, 3/, 2/. - - ? D. VQilAUSOS^fRjnmfaE. The Promoter reserves the right to iefiM»|-a#i mission to any pexson witbont stating -. nsso^^ TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. THDHSDAT AFTERNOON SBST, AT 3J& Chamber Music Concert. By William sa...

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GLENELG SAILING CLUB. The Premier and Sport. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

GLENELG SAILING CLUB. The Premier and Sport. The annual -smoke social and prize dis tribution of the Glenelg Sailing Club were held at the Rendezvous Cafe at Glenelg to-night. The chairman (Mr. H. W. Tax ley) presided over a large attendance, which included the Premier (the Hon. A. BL Peake), the Mayor of Glenelg (Mr. H. J. Pearce), and members of the council, the Mayor of Brighton (Mr. M. E. A. Scott), and Me. H. A. Parsons, M.P. After the loyal toast the Chairman pro posed the health of the Premier, remark ing that no two men ever attempted to lift Glenelg from its quiet state as did the late Mr. Price and Mr. Peake. It was not their fault that they had not suc ceeded in giving Glenelg a harbour. He hoped that when they got a harbour they would also get a fish market at Glenelg. If the Price-Peake Government had last ed longer he* thought that they would have got both. The Premier, in reply;, referred to the sport of sailing, and uaid that 'a love of the sea was innate in the Brit...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AKOCIATION. Norwood H. and West TorrenB IL met on tbe Christian Brothers' College grounds, the former winning. The game at times became rough. At the start of the second quarter Orantlyy a Norwood player, received a nasty gash over the eye, which meant him retiring for the remainder of the afternoon. Scores— Fiist Quarter— Norwood, 2 2; Ton-ens, 13; se cond, 4.4 to 4.5; third, 7JB to 4.7; fourth, 10.8 to 6.8. Best players for Norwood— GranHy (until hurt), Gibbons, Thomas, Miller, Scutt, Hawkes, and Nash. Tor rens were best represented by HS1L Mill (-r, Marsh, BicbmoDd, Drmnmoad, and Heggarty. Mr, Coleman umpired. FOOTBALLER INJURED. An accident occurred during the final few minutes of the football match be tween St. Patricks and Co-operative on the south park lands to-day, when J. O Con nor, a brilliant back man for St. Patrick, had the misfortune to collide with, a player of his own side, the result being a slight concussion of the brain. The injured man was at onc...

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BREAD-AND-BUTTER FOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

BREAD-AND-BUTTER FOLDS. Fresh unsalted butter is £he foundation of these dainty sandwiches. This is first creamed, then the flavouring material is added, and the whole beaten until tho roughly smooth and blended. Among .the popular flavourings are caviar, anchovy, salmon, sardines, parsley, chives, cheese, and pounded nuts. Cut bread 24 hours old into thin slices, take up in pairs, re move ' the crust, and cut into strips an inch and a half wide by 4 in. long. Spread with the flavoured butter, fold together, press the edges, and arrange on plates ready for serving. LETTUCE SANDWICHES. Cut thin slices of white bread and but ter. Cover with finely shredded, crispy lettuce. Cover with another thin slice' of buttered bread, press with a knife, and cut in Email oblongs, diamonds, or other fancy shapes. RIBBON SANDWICHES. These are made in different ways, vary ing both breads and filling, according to Fancy. For instance, take sis thin slices of bread, and butter on both sides. Spread lay...

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A FISH AND VEGETABLE ASPIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

A FISH AND VEGETABLE ASPIC. 1 tin salmon 1 dozen anchovies Jt-tin mushrooms 3 eggs 1 boiled beet 1 potato 1 carrot 1 head celery X cupful peas 2 tablespoonsful capers 2 chopped gherkins 1 cupful aspic jelly, i-iin caviar Chop all the vegetables fine, then place a mould in a pan of ice and pour into it a layer of the aspic. Arrange the an chovies and chopped vegetables in this with the gherkins, then a layer of mush rooms, and onfe of the fish. Continue in this way until the mould is filled, then pour over it the aspic; which should be cool, and stand overnight on ice. When ready to serve turn out oncnrled parsley or cress, scoop out a place in the top and fill the caviar, having egg on either side. Serve with mayonnaise.

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

IN' *th»; KITCHEN. Anyone desiring Epecial recipes or in formation concerning household manage ment is- invited to ask for it in this column. Such applications will be printed, and any reader who possesses the recipe or knowledge asked for is re quested to famish it as speedily as pos sible. Naturally only recipes of proven reliability should be sent in. Nomsde plume cr initials may be used to appear in print, but full name and address must accompany all communeiations.

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

? ::|E^fAL. Senator:- McG^or' land Representative EaMW^*tonto^*^M» Melboorne by the GUESTS.- , ilt^tl- Ot ?? At the Gxeshanv Hotel-.^Mr.- Ananspn, -Mr, aiid-Mr&i Hjllr 3Es.: Dixon, ? liissv Stone, Mr. Thorns, Mr. Whyte, Mr. Wood, Mr. Hogarth, Mr. Warren, Mr. Cook, Mr. Crewes, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Lovet, Mr. Smith and child, Mr. Banks, Mr. Lindsay,. .Mr. Davies, Mr. Sichards, Mr. McCall, Mr. Alten, Major Myles, Father O'Mehjm, Mr. Eae, *pr. Gonsins, rMrr^rton, ^-Shaiuiasi^ m S^U^ Mr. Clarke, fir. Fotberinghaiiu '

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"OLD MEN OF THE SEA." ADELAIDE'S DECREPIT POLICE, Why Rogues Abound. Royal Commission Necessary [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

'OLD MEN OF THE SEA.' ADELAIDE'S DECREPIT POLICE, Why Rogues Abound. Royal Commission Necessary Although the burglaries' reported during tite last few dayB are not sufficiently numerous to hysterically -characterise as a wave of crime, the position in regard to the police force is disgtBeting enough to the public to demand that- some efforts should be made by the. authorities in the direction ot seeing that -life and property, are more securely protected. At present there are three defects ip the South Aus tralian police service. The first is that it is undermanned, proof of which is forthcom ing, in one instance among many^that after, midnight one man only controls the whole of the district from Glen Osmond, along -Park terrace, down past Glenelg to Brigh ton, and around the foothills again past Mrtcham and beyond. Daring the last few. days two dazing robberies have been reported within that area, and the per petrators have not even waited until mid night, when only ' ths solitary ...

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CHAMPION CADETS, The North Adelaide Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

CHAMPION CAi-ETS. The North Adelaide Team. The cadet championships of Sooth' Auflf: tralia held a few days ago at- the Por#'- - - Banges were xesponsible-for'a rolendid a-: bibition on the part of the lade. Three teams competed, the exercises cohering shooting, inspection, ' physical txahung*- ?-? . company, drill, and rifle exerdses^/^Igr- ' . migniiigj and march past. The xoesiSts ' total for. all was 1,120 points, and North; Adelaide had an easy win by ISO.-- Tfcja ' totals of the three competing, team^ were: — . ' - . North Adelaide .. M M .. M 647 Christian Brothers .. .. .. ^. 4B7 Semaphore .. ... .. .. .. .. 4J5 An account of tile meeting will be founj in our military column on page 4. The following constituted the winning team:— - W. K, Young - S. Wnt-Mi^g- - - Jj. W. tee- - H. L.-McDdwdl ;' D. Wilson J- M. Bills H. 3. -Gard W. P. I^ylor C. JL Martin E. T. Marehant ' : H. W. Engel -A. .U'Bdd L. G. ShortridgB A. H. Conigrave A;'R:'Selway' fi. H. Anson ' ?''??? G. Peagram S. E...

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

-. ? ' ' ' ~ J^BOcfeABTiTB^v?!a«wiii!SR^^^'' ?'.'., . ' '?'. Jf Biai-iMfFICE-87 COBBJE BTBSESI, 'ADELAIDE* ' ? . , ' : ':-??'?? '-?'-?. ' ...?'. -.?.?',. ;/',aam5f^ V ?/.;.;?.

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KENSINGTON STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 25 May 1912

KENSINGTON STEEPLE CHASE. A handicap of 200 eove.; second horse o re ceive 35 sovs. and the third 10 eove. out of the stake. About two mite. £276 10/. LOCKWING (Herloch— Kestnel), Mr. H. E. Gregory's b. or br-g-., aged, 10 7 (G. Hale) ? 1 £201 10/. Kia Or*, Mr. E. C. Thomas's th., aged, 11 0 (P. F. McVicar) ? 2 £451 10/. Eeth, Mr. 3. Bargess's eg., aged, 12 0 (A. Eoops) ? 3 £505 15/. Talworra, Mr. A. Schubert's b.g., 6 yrs., 10 11 (R. Bracegirdle). £45 5/. Elderelie, Mr. C. B. Ware's br.g., aged, 10 3 (G. Spiers). £340. The SwelL Mr. C. A. Northway'E b.g., 6 jts. or aged, 9 12 (H. Hall). £78 5/. Cameo, Messrs. A. and E. Cousins' g-g-, aged. 9 0 (J. E. Mason). £50 10/. Picannioie, Mr. W. J. Nolan's g.g., aged, 9 0 (A. D. Fraser). £1£1 5/. CardiS, Dr. a a McDonald's br.g. aged, 9 0 (J. J. Hollis). Invested, £2,130 10/. Dividend, £6 IS/. Elderslie was left at the post, and stopped at the Cist jump. Cameo, Seth, and Picanninie showed tiie nay over the initial obstacle, which brought The...

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