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POINTERS FOR DAIRY FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

POINTERS FOR BAIRIl FOLK. I 1. The progressive farmer's eyes wi*Mv promote improvement more than his twiglS hands. - ... jg-5' 2. Farmers who are using monjnieLibiilhiBlS'; take the bandaees off ^ir eye£«S»»* are working in the dark. '-'^^P; ' ? ^mmm1 3. A good bull is more profitable than;4 good cow. -'-.'? i 4. Remember the bull is more than -'?'- the herd. 5. It is not always the -prize bull tha* gets the profitable heifers. 6. Purify of blood 16 only valuable in a dairyman's bull when the pedigree shows that he comes from a long line of deep milking ancestors. 7. Handsome is as handsome does. 8. The useful are not always beautifal? good-looking bulls and cows are not always the best. ' '? ?''??.* 9. 'Nights are cold and frosty; you would do well to comfort your cows with a warxn mg. \ 10. Bugs economise,' food consanrptioa and result in more milk and better con* dition. ;' ? . . 11. Do not lessen, the food supply be., cause of the nig for \the present. - Food; ~

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DAIRY. SELECTION OF THE DAIRY BULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE DAIRY. SELECTION OF THE DAIRY BULL. By ' Jersey ' (Written Exclusively for 'The MaiL') This is a matter which should receive far greater consideration by the dairyers of every State in the Commonwealth. What is the position today in regard to this important tactor of better breeding? It is, we find, little better now than it was many years back so far as a grc^t number of dairymen are concerned. The same old ruinous practice is being largely followed, viz., selecting a bull-calf from within their own herd, so long as it comas of a good mother, but has nothing to re comend it from a milk-making point of view when looking back to the ancestry on the dam's and sire's side, nor do we find it possessing purity of blood. If not bred upon the farm, many cow keepers will take great pains to secure a cheap bull at auction or otherwise, pay ing no heed whatever to purity and the milk-making merit of his ancestors. Cheap and mongrel or scrub bulls which posses=i no milk-making blood in the...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRACTICAL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

PRACTICAL PARS. The free use of oil and elbow grease on harness are good preservatives. Salt in the paddock and yard is a valu able factor in the health of farm stock. Feed your teams well— they will repay it in work. Weeds should never be tolerated, either in the ground or among stock. Weeds in a crop draw upon the moisture -to the detriment of the crop. The plant is a soil maker. It breaks down the rock by mechanical force, and by dissolving some of its constituents.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

ALBION CALCIUM CARBIDE ; ? o^ ? Botb Ordinary Lamp and Quarter-inch Granulated In 2-cwt. Wood-covered Drams. Large Stocks always on hand and to arrive. ? o ? Lowest Prices on application. ? ? o ? ELDER, SMITH, & CO., LIMITED. ^_ ? ',' ? . ? nsl25e GALVANISED IRON, PIPING, SEMENT, &c, &c. WTE HAVE STOCKS ON HAND AND TO AHRIVE. LOWEST PRICES ON APPLICATION; ELDER. SMITH, & CO., LIMITED. nal25o COX'S FARM SEEDS!] SPECIALLY SELECTED. Machine Cleaned and Graded, Always Obtainable. Immediate snd careful Attention snd dispatch given Orders large or «|^» - Our LUCERSTE AND GEASS SEEDS ftoted for PURITY and EXCELLENCE. DISTEI3UTING AGENTS FOR— International Stock Food Co., Pointer's - Calf Food, ' Vreeland's 'Electro' Arsenate of Lead, Searson's 'Ch3xnpion*B Incubator, 'Federal' Spray Mixture, .fspratt's Dog and Poultry Specialties. E. B. COX & CO., Cor. East Terrace & Rondle St, Adelaide. Catalogues Free. nslSSc FOR MOTORING - - Sing up W. J. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

QUAKEE GIRL. THE ONLY MATINEE TAKES PLACE ON J MONDAY NEXT, AT 1.45. (KING'S BIRTHDAY). tlsaa Matdmlls'. Children Half-price All Parts. THEATRE ROYAL. l*mee* .. - „ - ? Pollock & Myers. Direction ? J. C. WILLIAMSON, LID. FIVE MORE NIGHTS ONLY. : CUBTADJ RISES AT 7.45 SHARP. THE QUAKER GIRL. PEETTJEST OF ALL MUSICAL PLAYS. CBABMDIG SENTMEST, SEDDCTIVE SONGS, HUMOUR, EXTRA DRY. Incidental to Act 3, La Dance de Champagne. A SENSATIONAL FEATDEE. MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON'S BOYAL COMIC OPERA CO. Plans for muaioder of Season open at Mar ihaUs'. D.C. and H. Stalls, 6/; Stalls, if; Gal lery, 1/; Early Doors Gallery, 1/ extra; Chil got adinitted. CUBTAGT RISES 7.ia SHARP. Theatr€_ Royal. i nmwim ittmctioi. SATDRDAY, JOKE 8, AND FOR ?&. BRIEF SEASON OF TEN NIGHTS ONLY, - ?- ? WITH MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. IIS. J. C. WILLIAMSOX WILL PRESENT! Mft. FBEDEEJC5 HARRISON'S LONDON HAYMAfiKET THEATEE COMPANY (With- Complete Scenic Production and Effects imported in their entirety)...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

SE8T BY ? ? ji ?''Cyij' '^L '^ ' ' ? PenfoW's Wines BEST \10^ :' ; Penfold's Witt^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

The ideal Invention for private ftOOBp,, hotels, schools, and public buHoingB.^av connected with a direct sewage «y!$em. -, No Water required.' * Price complete - J£4 10a. K ' - Write to-day for descriptive .Booklet PERFECT BANiaC^^^aiCO.' . - * 03 PDLTENEY STRICT. at&SLATOC , * Kindly mention this paper when ordering

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

* IlV ?? ?? ?? 'OVERLAND' m I Motor Car. I Nowhere in the world of' I Automobiles can be found ? a Car exhibiting more . - I painstaking care in con 1 etruction than the ? ; ? I 'OVEBLAND'; while ^ 1 strength, speed, and grace I are its typical qualities, 9 You can pay more for a ' ? Motor Car, but you cannot 1 get a better one at the 1 price. If you intend to I pay more, see this Car I first— it may . change' your I mind and save yon money, f Write for Illustrate* ? I Booklet giving fol|' I Murny Aunger I Ltd- Franklin Street, Adelaide. 081250

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

We carry the -largest stock /^Ifift IsbIS''' sR-\ i,W~ Triumph ^^^^^^^^^ . JT. Motor Cycle \ a ?' To those in doubt as to what Motor yk j$ Cycle to purchase* the result of the 1910 M, W Tourist Trophy Race is particularly note- M us ^worthy. \w| MK\X Triumph Motor Cycles M n achieved an unparalleled success in this || 1 great race, securing the first eight places. Jj m We still hold the Agency for these Motor Iff it Cycles. Full information and Catalogues B % cheerfully given upon application. ffl \ EYES & CROWLE Ltd. # m(%-^ ?s^a*. 75-79 Pirie St. ffl Hi ^ ^^^^^p^ -CaU to-day and let us show its^iOv VT- ^sig30*^ ' -y°U thC 191-Ml TriumPh IP ITS PRUJTDJG, GET IT GOOD! WE DO IT BETTER. MAIL NEWSPAPERS, LTD., GILBERT PLACE, ADELAIDE. TeIephoncs-3840. 3S4J- 3842. ,

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TITANIC'S MUSICIANS. Sacrificed to Avoid Disorded. A Remarkable Statement. The Compensation for Widows. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

^TTANIC'S MUSICIANS. iliiacrificed to Avoid Disordei A Remarkable Statement. The Compensation for ? Widows* ;,;?-.. . ^^OKDOlO^fBv 31. Mr. WilIiainB.:;-«creU^l;:of ' the Amal gamated ifewtt^;il3jp^Vin a letter to the,, THJigj -HS»jj^£-!»q&; jctiriipensation . bap^wjjea usuaHyJjjjfilH^snip's articles, b^fttDse on tiy^P^pefbooked as pas MBgers.. T-e ,«M^Hption claims by their widows liiiw T|'riV;.*i'i jinili il i il by the While Star. Q^n^^n. the ground that no articks w^^pj^af. He says that if ' the miisicia^JppE*' passengers their wi dows werse,«iiattBd, to. compensation, the same as otben. - M. itiridMl -jicdares ? that the musi cians \peye' ptdeted ' to play all- the time wtho«|*fc*ppnig to avoid a panic. They wa^Jjiw&l .fSftween fhe 'decks, and none k had ?jfiErt«*i?::- He ' was' convinced that Kwh^l&i^Mers were given their lives iyreg*fe&&ed- to' avoid ' disorder.

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"THE MAIL" CABLE SERVICE. THE GREAT STRIKE. Government Turned Down. fresh Proposals Hurried In. International Outlook. Depleted Union Treasury. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

'THE MAIL' GABLE SERVICE. « THE GREAT STRIKE. ? o ? .? Government Turned Down, fresh Proposals Hurried In. International Outlook. Depleted Union Treasury. r LOXDOK, May 31. ? The conference summoned for to-day by Mr. Barton (president of the Board of Trade) to try and arrive at a basis of settlement between the Transport Work ers' Federation and the London dock em ployers in connection with the great strike proved a fiasco. Xb employers put in an appearance. The Government is now drafting a fresh proposal for the consideration of the men. It is tackling each side separately, and now suggests a joint Conciliation Board, giving the powers which all the parties are now working for. The strike leaders have promised to reply to this proposal on June 4. - It is understood that the Government is prepared to enforce the authority of the Conciliation Board by legislation, as in the case of the coal strike, if both sides refuse to submit to plans and! awards by arbi tration. / ? Whether the s...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEASONABLE NOTES. WINTER EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

SEASONABLE NOTES. WINTER EGGS. Egglaying is a matter of management. When the pullets reach the laying stage, which is from five to six months for Leg horns and similar breeds, and sis to seven months for the heavier varieties, this can be either prolonged or shortened by good or indifferent feeding and rearing. As eoon as the combs commence to spring- the pullets ehould be put .into the yard where you intend keeping them, and on no ac count should they be moved. They then get accustomed to the surroundings, and ?with good feeding, housing, plenty of litter to scratch in, they will soon commence laying, and it will only be severe weather that will check them. It is no use put ting them into a yard without giving them plenty of work and then expect eggs in winter. HOW TO CULL. Cull your stock and improve the ave rage quah'ty of your flock and increase your profits. Keep only the most vigorous pullets. Any that show weak constitution must be culled. They will never pay for their food. ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Mutual Help Questions and Answers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

Mutual Help Questions and Answers. 'Stockie,' Fullarton, asks:— 'Which is the besz way of crossing white Leghorns and black Orpingtons, by mating a white Leghorn cockerel with Orpington pullets, or mating an Orpington rooster with white Leghorn pullets, and what would be the colo;:r of the cross?' Answer — If you pre fer the white Leghorn-black Orpington cross, get a well-developed cockerel and mate to your black Orpington hens (not the- young pullets). Select the medium weight birds which have the best constitu tion and vigour. They will make the best breeders. The colour of the young stock will be white with a few black feathers. The introduction of Leghorn blood promotes quicker feathering, earlier maturity, and improves the laying quali ties. I have seen birds of this cross, and they lay well and make a good useful bird.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

ORPINGTONS. WPTTE and BUFF. WIK5JERS 1st and 2nd Cockerel, 1st and 2nd Pullets in each variety, March Royal Show, 1912. Breeding Pens and Trios ior Sale; Eggs for Setting . now ready. Apply - ?. . . 6153-67 KOONOOWABRA, Enfleldv ORPINGTONS, BLACK, WHITE. WRITE FOB PABTTCUIiABS. F. 3. WIMBLE, Grenfell street. Adelaide. 6153-30

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EVER-CLEAN PAPER TOWELS. Encouraging the Young to Wash. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

EVER-CLEAN PAPER TOWELS. Encouraging the Young to Wash. A new and valuable aid to cleanliness has recently been given to the world in the shape of towels made of paper. These are made in r^'ls of 150, vaie'i are attached to the wall and detached one by one as occasion arises. A paper towel is used only once, after which it is thrown away. The price works out at one-sixth of a penny for each towel. As the cost of washing each of the email towels usually l.rovided in clubs and restaurants is one f.irthing, a considerable saving will be effected by the introduction of the paper article. The -ordinary towel provided in trains and offices is often an affront to the user. il;-iiy people do not indulge in the wb--ii which they would enjoy so much because cf the condition of the only towel pro vided. That difficulty has now been fcolyed. The marked repugnance from the use r;f tbt towel evinced by the young of the human species has L*en adduced by some aj evidence that washing, Uke tom.?.t--...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLDEST VESSEL AFLOAT. Former Convict Ship. Adventurous Voyage Across Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

OLDEST VESSEL AFLOAT. Former Convict Ship. Adventurous Voyage Across Atlantic. The old Australian convict ship Success, which for. some years has bee» on exhibi tion, in . various British ports, has (wrote an English exchange in April) left Glas^ sondock, Lancaster, for New York, under her own canvas. bhe was que to sail some weeks ago, but could not put to sea, as a number of the first crew en gaged, suspicious of the old vessel and its association with . some of ' the roost hor rible episodes of penal life, refused to remain on board.' By a promise of en hanced pay, a - sufficient crew . was en gaged to undertake what znusf really be considered an' adventurous voyage, seeing that' this notorious old 'ocean helL' as the Australians designated her_when she was commodore of the. prison fleet, is now the oldest, vessel in' the world carry ing sail. She was built at Moulmain, Burmah, in 1790. First an armed mer chantman, then a floating gaol at the antipodes,, she added to the' variety...

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DUCHESS AS ARTIST AND AUTHOR. Impressive Picture at the Dore Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

DUCHESS AS ARTIST AND AUTHOR. Impressive Picture at the Dore Gallery. The East has ever been and ever will be a source of inspiration to the artist, more especially when dealing with a re ligious subject. The Duchess of Buckingham and Chandos, whose fine picture, 'Christ Bleed ing the Children,' was on view at the Dore Gallery in April, told a reporter that she would never have attempted to depict this' Biblical scene had she not been familiar with Oriental types and landscapes. 'It is difficult to get the proper. Betting for a sacred picture without a knpwledjje of Oriental forms and colouring,3' the said. 'European types are not always suit able, a fact which was borne in upon me daring my lengthened travels in the Holy Land and in Egypt. ' ' 'I have, been -working intermittently at this picture for two years, and although I am not altogether satisfied with the re sult, it is on the whole better than I bad anticipated.' _. The picture is a fine conception of the Saviour's attitude...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW CAMPANILE OF ST. MARK'S. How the Historic Tower was Reconstructed. 1600 Fragments. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

NEW CAMPANILE OF ST. MARK'S. How the Historic Tower was Reconstructed 1600 Fragments. As the representative of the' King 61 Italy the Duke of Genoa opened . the new Campanile, of St. Mark's, Venice. Nearly 10 years 'agb^Jihe great tower collapsed, and'' the' ffifiaJHtpr was attributed to insecurity flf the; foun dations. Venice ai»d Italy were '6onmw stricken at the loss of tfte gr^at m.onU' pent, and women were to be seen weep ing in the streets. .The new Campanile is an exact replies of the old one, and rises as proudly bvoi the beautiful city as that which for pvei a thousand years was the a4ma*tien of all who beheld it. For the past seven years the difficult and deheate...wart of reconstruction has been uninterruptedly proceeded with- The builders were con fronted with two immense problemfc-to repair and strengthen by partial construc tion, and not to alter even/in the minuses* particular the es$eriop aspect o| the gfeRic ture. ' ,? Before the necessary scaffolding w*s erected m...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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LORD PIRRIE'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

LORD PBREIE'S ADVICE TO YOUN&MEN. 'Itcggect your parents* wisdom and good . ?'At (he ontse$ of -Mr -career a-tpaang man could not =do bettef^than resolve;: that by the help of Divine grace, nothing shall eater jpto bis Me of which' bis mt&ker -would «ot approve, or which' would cause her naia.' ??-?-,, ., - , These aw .the in»nin« which Lord Eir rie, the famous Belfast shipbnfljdex, ad vises yomut CMC to make the chief cornel etones aTtheir fives. Tlaf ^Lorj3r3$ufrij; ' considers that he owes most df bis' sutS' cess in life to his mother: is- evident. from. ' the interesting character' Bketch^f= tH« [ate Mr. wTt. Stead' published in ;$*' -'»btow flf SlfvitM.^- - : - '*&£- -y» Of 91^7 ftfifl JECou Pnf ' iTWl MhIVEb ij6v* ' ih&n^itljer^Qver or g'^d : ''-fe'*T-wHBP* itf ' * a little mannscript book, jk ,vhJW^\i» loving mps she wrote- down*. « In jqsbu|jB' sentences, the love oj ?^febinfc*' - - f' It was npon_the code ^^S^Mf^^S wrote down ^f^ ^nTTghtf *~M...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOXING. MEHEGAN'S BAD LUCK. A SURPRISING CLIMAX. MELBOURNE, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

BOXING. MEHEGAIPS BAD LUCK. ''/ V ? . '«'4-* V A SURPRISING CLIMAX ':$£:':? ? ? — v....f»y MELBOURNE. May SLr ? The return match between the ?Ajfitn;^; lian lightweight champion Hnghie; ^Sie* '^ gan and tiie crack Aimwa« 'weite^i^^difi^! Jim dabby had a most unEaKsfactoryi*eW^ minataon to:night. Qabby weighed M^ Mehegan being a stone ligfate^. fog Ans^ tralian made a great show against . bis ~$Mg| opponent, and honours were prd%- ewou In the twelfth round, however, Me&egaa slipped to the floor from a clinch, and -on. rising caug&t a dup on tbe cSnn.tliist'senl^ him down again. He *was a long way irom being knocked oat, bat the referee stoppCT the tight and declared Clabby the irininer^ . much to the .disgust of Mebegan, w^-? wanted to continue. , ' : '

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