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PADDY STOPS ARMSTRONG. BROKEN HILL, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

PADDY STOPS ARMBTBOHG. i! BROKEN WITX: 2Iav SL ? Slack Paddy, the WestraHan aborigineij proved too strong -for Jim -Annstittngr when tne pair mrf; to-night. Jim used: aw. clever left, bat his blows cooM not lixnT, his toagh opponent, and after a StUe ovea 13 rounds of nphill battling'' he threw-iar^ the towel. ?? : ' ': ' : - -7 '3,

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COURSING. WASLEYS MEETING. Held on May 30 and 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

COURSINiGL v WASI^YS MEETING.' 'S-^J*^ Held on Mav 30 and^3l'. ' li Divided by the followin| 4ogs:— &§£$& The Snob Pridej)f the -^Si El Teb AbeJOncom j^g^ Pure Gold Tonptb s|U|aB WjBm Drummer's 'Pride Saiwi' Se3xihai|g||^6H The stake earned a ,{bm», whien^BHj be competed for on Atigagt IB' bx&BEm dogs that were left in the division, gfgregj

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAMLEY BRIDGE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

HAMLEY BBUXBE MEE3TNG^i Below is the draw for the mefgMSg -which takeB place on June S ano9D9 Throngh the noimm-tJons**falnng two'WHB of the .required number, the cbmnBHMl have dBcided to reduce the first pnflSBffl £28 and the second to £14, ilml 1 iiiijHWH £30 and £15,. as originally '^^'VdSHHI minor prizes remaining unaltered. H^^B9| are reported as bein^ plentifnL 9BKJ secretazy Li6 supported oy & ^^^*'^n^^^^^n committee, and, given fine, weatiie^ jH|^a8 cipates a 'very succesBfnl mt*4ing WS6O&2 wants of visitors will, be well looked aJUls&g as luncheon will be provided for-those WSSfS require it. Conveyances wiB leave n^H Hamley Bridge Hotel, so that those S^H wish may reach the place of reiJHMl voub: — al^R^ THE DDAff. «B^^ Jingle Bells v. Thrifty Less, L»-ly Bmi^mB Black Broce, Ooosistent Tom v. Dingo,' I^3BmH Ena v. -Hone, Stopamy XL* v. Geosal iKsShB fast Hajor v. Ascertain, Soieet SoaaH V. TBUJJUHC foot. Hard Face v. Saxah Bemhardt, V»iS9Sgg Delight ...

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

PERSONAL. The Rev. Dr. Bevan, -who has beeij^^H spending a few weeks in MeUwarne, B^^^H turned to Adelaide by the express - tbic^^^H morning. His principal object in going td^^^| Melbourne was to see his' son off, the lw^^^| ter having been appointed Judge of the^^^l Northern. Territory. While there h« -^H preached at his old church in College !^H street. --l^M Lient.-Col. PatteEBon -was among. Widisv-H passengers to reach Adelaide by the Mel- ? ,4;1 bourne express'' to-day. * ' . .. .„ * { : Professor Brown returned to Adeiaid^i * by this morningt MelBonrne espceas. '- ? \

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

msTrruis; L3SCTURS&;; The series, of winter entertainments'*^ the Adelaide Institute' -commenced7' btsb night with an illnstrated .lecjture bj' MtJ ?'.J. ,R. G. . Adam'?. entM'ed^'Xptes fronLBiy. . Diarv in America/' Mr. Adains tbldTviait interesting: story' of a visit to America: a, couple of years ago,': giving a wealth of de tail from the time lie' landed full of indig nation at the pettifogging Custom' House ; restrictions; to , the. time ne4- left; for-nome filled with pleasant membries'of American , hospitality and kindness. The lantern slides shown comprised the most famous* buildings and monuments in the Stages, asf well as other scenes of special interest to' the lecturer. As chief librarian of South- . Australia, Mr. Adams -was naturally in- , ?terest-d m the huge Congress Library at- ?.';.- Xew York, where 2.200,000 books axe Btor-rJ ed, and several photographs of . this onstiriH tution were, thrown' ori the 'screen. ' -^H The next lecture will be held on JuneV 37...

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

The South Ausraliant Brewing Company, limited. . THE WEST END XXX Bitter Beer IS THE ONLY NATURALLY CONDITIONED BRIGHT BEER PRODUCED ? IN THE STATE. - ? ' ' Brewed and Bottled. at the WEST END BREWJsiiY, 1 ...-.-,. , THE WHISKY OF jjBi .AGE AND EEPUTATI^N, flH 'RED SEAL.'' !???:?? W. P. AULD & SONS, tTR, _ ^ V - . SOLE AGENTS.

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CHAMBER MUSIC AT THE CONSERVATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

CHAMBER MUSIC AT. THE CONSERVATORIUM. Xext VfiMnesd.ay evening. June 5, the first chamber music recital' of the Conser vatoriuni .will talce place. A highly inter esting programme has been prepared. Several ? works vriil find interpretation at the hands of Miss Xora Kvffin Thomas, Miss Hilda Heimann (Elder Scholar), Miss -Clarice Gmeinei Mr. Harold Parsons, and ?Herr Reimann. Miss Muriel Cheek, A.M. U. A... will give interesting vocal re lief .during the evening, which will con elude with, a vocal scena by Mas Brucfa. British Ambassadors abroad receive from £5.000 to £11,500 a year as salary, with residences. A man found asleep under a restaurant table at Schanenstoin. Germany, was un ceremoniously ejected by the- proprietor, -who was unaware that the man had~simu lated slumber after pocketing the contents of tlie cashbox.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACROBATS EXTRAORDINARY. New Act at King's. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

ACROBATS' EXTRA ORDINARY. -New- Act at King's. The excellent vaudeville company at. the King's was further aiigincnted last night, 'when .Hanley, Marguerite, and Hanley, ?a troupe of Continental- ? acrobats,- ' made their appearance' in a remarkable act that took the house by storm. The com bination consists of tnree people, a lady and two gentlemen, and the former is the possessor of phenomenal strength, i^he ba lanced one male member of the party at arm's length above her head, and held her 'other arm horizontal to' her body, the other gentleman using it as a. horizontal bar. The next astounding feat was the ; throwing by the feet of the younger Han- j ley into the -air., when after throwing u 1 somersault he' alighted on. tlje head of the elder. With his lect resting on the head, be bent forward until his own .head met that of Marguerite, and with ' the body rigidly supported between them he was lowered , gently to the ground and raised again in the same- manner. Marguerite next ...

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

THE REftSOW WHY TOTS'. FRANK A. McNEILL PHOTO STCDIO6, '? ' ? OfiTUX PLACE, n Inii 11 Bu« Sade's an) Smpsoo's, arc the Siaest in tie State is tint, once we have (be jlrmnr- ot -taking y*a Portrait ET IS A JffiAD-BDEE THING THAT WE WTUi PHOTOGRAPg AUi TOOK BFTMTTYES ASP ' * SBIENDS. The SKctest Hntogrqiber of the Ki&Kw in the State. BBHEMBKR-Gawkr place. 'PhoDe .3SU toe

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

.;...-;.':,;? ask for ?' '.. ,:?:;.? v'; PUREST AND BEST. ~ nsl25c '.'-?? . ? « ? .--...,' . - - -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. SYDNEY, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE. SYDNEY, June 3L. Mount Oxide, £29, £29 10/, £30; Hampden 41/9: Vegetable Creek Tin. 2/3; Junction Sorth!. 14/7J: British (old). 62/fi, 62/3, 61/9; Broken Hill South'. (con.). £7 5/; Mount David, 2/; Moimt Morgan, 5S/3, 58/. 58/3; Bullfinch, 11/: Brokpn HfllProprietari-, 49/9. 49 '6; Great Fitz roy (com options), 4/6, 4/8; Block 10, 4J/6.

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

SYDNEY MARKET. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co. hare supplied us with the following Sydney quotations, dated Jane 1: — Homing.— Sydney Ferries. 48/ buyer; Union Steamship, 47/ buyer, 47/6 seller; ChUlagoe (paid), 6/3 boyer, 6/4 seller; Hampden Clon curry. 41/6 buyer, 41/9 seller; Mount Elliotts, £5 14/ buyer, £5 16/ seller; O.K.'s, 1/3 bnyer, 1/7 seller; Munganas, 1/8 buyer, 1/10 seller; Great Fitzroys, 4/3 seller, British (oH), «2/ buyer, 62/S seller; British (new), 49/ buyer. 50/ seller; Broken Hills, 49/ buyer, 49/6 seller; Block 10's, 47/ buyer. 47/6 seller: Junction Norths, 14/71 ssdea; South (paid), £7 14/ seller; South (cou.), £7 5/ sales; Amalgamated Zinc, 84/ buyer, 34/3 seller. SYDNEY, June 1. In the i-roduce market to-day maize continued strong, and new-laid eggs were again plentiful. Reductions in butter are anticipated. There was a weaker tendency in wheat, and the whole sale quotations in the following lines were: — Breadstuffs— Wheat (fJLq.), on spot, 4/31 to 4/4; for...

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

SHIPPINQ. Semaphorc-Skbnday, June 1— Low water, 10.50 a.m.; logh -w»ter, 420 p.m. Sunday, Jone 2— Low water, 10.40 a.m.; high water, 4.40 p.m. ' . . ' -ABKTVEO*. — fane 1. , . . Qmrfo, R-M.a (Orient), Z#a tons, W. S.. Shelford, R.K^:, from London via ports. M. O. Andersoo, agent. - Passengers: -From ' koodoo— Rev. and Mrs. Wfllmer, Measrs. O'Hara, Robin son, WKyte/ Hart, and Kerr, and Mrs. O^Hari, Misses it Cramer, Robinaon. From Toulon^-Mr. A. E. King.*- Xnd 702 en route to. eastenr States. - Juno. «.. 106 tons, J. Williamson, Sunsbury. SAILED. — Jane I.- ? - - Orrietb, R.MJS., for eastern States.- Passengen .43; and- original in transit. - ? Kyarra, for eastern States. Deucalion, s., for eastern States. Elmshprn, s., for Hamburg via. Straits Settle ments. Murei, s., for Singapore via eastern States. . Yxrra, 'S.,' for Sydney and Newcastle. Eanowna, «., for Western Australia. Paring*, £., Spencer's Gulf. - .Herbert £., Spencer's Gvilf. Earatta, s., Kangaroo Island. Eooringa, s., Ar...

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

A. DeLANY, GRESHAM HOTEL, Corner of King Wflh«m street and North tyiuije -opposite Government Boose). TARIFF 10/ PER DAY. Specially adapted for Intercolonial Visitors. Close proximity to Railway Station. sI46c DEWAR'S Imperial Whisky. '? 'Most Excellent.' ni!25c FINE OLD IMPORTED WHISKY. PER CAiiOIf.. ........ 22/ *iA~ JAB AtfJOWED FOR ON BETDRN. IMPORT COMPANY'S STORES. XKESFEUi STREET. tO2gc i

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

LONDON QUOTATIONS. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Grenfell street, hare re ceived the foUowing quotations from London, dated May 31, 5.30 p.m.:— Souths (paid). £7 15/. Broken Hills, 49/. British (old). 61/101. Hampdens, 42/6. ? ? . Briseis; 8/3 (ex div.). Mount Lyells, 33/9. Zinc (ord.). 10/. Norths. £5 18/1J. Scant Elliotts, £5 13/8. Great Cobars, 97/6. Mount Morgans, 58/9. Great Fitzroys, 4/9. BuUfinch Proprietaries, 11/. L.V. and Oroya Exploitation, 10/ft Sons of Gwalia, 30/. ' Gwalia Consolidated, 6d. . . Block 10's, 47/ - buyer. Amalgamated Zinc, 34/3 buyer. Lead, £16 13/9. Tin, £200.

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

LONDON METAL MARKET. Messrs. Clarke & Co., Grenfell street, have received the following quotations .from London, metal brokers; dated Mav 31, 5.45 p.m.-'. — Silver, 2/4*. Lead, £16. 17/6 forward. Spelter, £25' 15/. Copper, £75 10/. Tin, £300.

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

LONDON MABKE1. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co., of 12 Pine street, Adelaide, have supplied us with the following quotations, dated London, May 31:— South (paid), £7 15/ middle; Broken Hills, 49/ middle; Bri tish (old). 61/101 middle; Hampden Cloncurry, 42/6 middle; Briseis (ex div.), 8/3 middle; Mount Lyells, 33/9 middle; Zinc (ord.). 10/ middle; Broken Hill Norths, £5 18,1} middle; Mount Elliotts. £5 13/9 middle; Cohans, 97/6 middle; Mount Morgans, 58/9 middle; Great Fitzroys, 4/9 middle; Bullfinch Proprietary. 11/ middle; Lake View Consols,' 10/9 middle; Gwalias, 20/ middle; Gwalia (con.), «d. middle; Block 10's, 47/ Buyer; Amalgamated Zinc, 34/3 buyer. METAL MARKET. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co.' nave supplied the following metal quotations:— Lead, £M 13/f— a ris: of 1/3; tin, £200— a fall of £6.

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

MELBOURNE MARKET. Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co. hwe supplied us with the following Melbourne quotations, dated June Morning— Amalgamated Zinc, 34/ buyer, 34/6 sell er; Block 10, 47/ buyer; old British, 61/9 buyer, 62/S seller; Broken Hills, 48W buver, 49/6 seller; Norths, £S 17/ buyer, £3 18/ seller'; Chillagoe (paid), S/3 buyer, 6/5 seller; Hampden Cloncurry 42/ * buyer. 42/3 seller; Mount Elliotts, £5 15/ buyer,' ,£5 16/ seller; Mount LveDs, 34/ buyer, 35/ seller; Tongkabs, 47/6 buyer; Bullfinch Pro prietary. 11/ sales; Marvel -Lochs, 3/11 buyer, 4/ seller; Black Range, 22/ sales; Goldsbrough Mort. 44/ buyer; Insurance of Australia, 7/1 buyer, 7/3 seller; Melbourne Trams, 40/6 buyer, 41/ seller; SHverton Trams. £5 8/ seller; Dunlop (ord.), 24/ buyer, 24/3 seller; Huddart, Parker (ord.), 16/6 seller; Huddart, Parker (pref.), 15/9 buyer, 12/104 seller; Ajax, 29/ buyer, 30/6 seller; Ajax Central, 13/71 buyer, M/ll seller; Cathcart (con.),' 27/8 buyer, 28/ seller, 27/3 sales; Cathc...

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

\ £1,250— ONLY £1,250. About 6 Acres of first-class Land at Findon, Part Section 409, with a 4-roomed House; 2 8,000-2211011 Xante. 2 first-class Windmills, and ^bout 600 full-bearing fruit trees. Further particulars apply SIDNEY MALIN AUCTIOSPEE, POET ADELAIDE. A GOLDEN OPPORTIOTTY. D\ THE GROUND, CHELTENHAM, CLOSE TO STATION. SIDNEY MALEN has received instructions, from Mrs. T. EnsseU to sell, ' BT AUCTION, On SATl'EDAV, JUNE 2:, at 2.30 p.m. All thore Beautiful Allotments, close to Chel tenham Station, with very good frontages and Depths to Beverly, High, and Stroud streets. Plans' will be ready in a few days. TERMS.— Only £5 deposit, and balance in (ruaiterly payments, extending over two years, interest 5 per coat. Further particulars apply to D. & J. WILLIAMS, Land Agents, Lipson street. Port Adelaide; - or to the AUCTIONEER, rfjli&W''' 'St. Vincent- street, Port Adelaide. ???^?????????????????po jw^ !V in \ /III wr^rlilfg^ J^a i Marseilles Tiles are not expensi...

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

TOCRAK, The Suburb of Beautiful Homes, has grown wonderfully during the past two year-?, and many thousands of pounds have been spent in MODERX HOMES and Improvements. For Buyers of the 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 par ticular people. Note, also, that TOORAK is 100 ft. higher above sea level than either East Adelaide or North Adelaide, and the Land is guarded by wise building restric tions. Another big advantage to residents is the very convenient Tram Service jto City— only two sections, MARRYATVILLE LIXE. HOUSES designed and built to order on easy terms of payment. Better call and see plans and discuss terms. JAGKMAN & TRELOAR, NEXT BOWMAN'S ARCADE, 73 KING WILLIAM STREET. Tel. 1224. d39e *

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