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S.A. POULTRY AND KENNEL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
S.A. POULTRT AND KENNEL CLUB. The adjourned general masting was held on Friday night. The flu^Hi! etotement ehowed Oat the affairs of the chib are in - a sound condition, the credit balance being about £40. tn addition the club possesses coops, dog benches, and other plant ' to the value of about £175. At the last show £161 was paid in prize money. This amount, with print ing, advertising, and show expenses, re presented the principal charges. mem bers' subscriptions totalled ' £70 and en try f efts £146. Taken altogether the club is to be congratulated on its success. There are few «imnfn» institutions in Australia which have weathered 37 years' exfet ence and are so financially healthy.
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN SENIOR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ADELAIDE AXD SUBLTJ8AX SEMOR ASSOCIATION. Prospect met St. Patrick for the firtt tims this season on the West Adelaide park lands, and the game proved verv exciting throughout ? Firet qu«rter:--Pro«pect-l goal 4 points; St. Pat nek— l goal S points. Secoud-St. Patrick— 3.4; ra»peeH.t Third— Prospect, 3.5; St. Pat rick, 4.7. The last quarter was exciting from start to finish. The ball was firrt one end, then ;he other, and the umpire had a hot time, hat It. Earle proved to , be a verj- fast man, and had the game irelZ under control. Prospect show ed rood football during this quarter, but were unable to add to their score,' while St. Patrick wctp responsible for the addition of 6 points making the final s«jr*s:— ProspSct— 3.5; St. Pat rick— 5.8. Kort pn-minent for Prospert:^ BavEOn, Sanaerr, Platten. Kingslpy, Rednaa: Conote, Quigley and Brahafn. The followir* play*d well for St. Pa.trick— May, Crump, Peters, Gabriel, Walker, and Flannagan.
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Albert Parks— 11 .goals 6 behinds; Hil ton, 4 behblds. GoalMciers:— Albert PatJt-Suftar* (3), Foweraket (3), Harp maan (3), Capterell (1), Mareh (1). Jest players:— Albert Park— Foweraker, larpmann, Sugars, Holland, Hood, and Craker.
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
CHURCH HEWS. By 'Credo.' O Lord and Master of us all, What'er pnr name, or sign We own Thy sway,- we hear Thy t*m, \Te test our lives, by Thine. We faintly hear, we dimly see. In difiering phrase we pray, But, dim or clear, tre own in Thee The light, the Truth, the Way. ? -J. G. WUVSVWM.
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ENGLAND. The Dowager Duchess of butberland Has died in London. _ .- . The convicted English suffragettes have been glinted , special privileges while in prison, being allowed- to wear their own clothing and receive food from outside. The Australian conrt at the Interna tional Flower Exhibition at Chelsea was awarded a gold medaL It is announced in London that jur. Harold Barlow, of New .Zealand, has bought two aeroplanes, which he intends Cringing out with biro. r Liberal Candidate Morrison won the South.' Hackney seat in the House of Commons: vacated by the resignation of Horatio Bottomley. . The transport strike m England has as sumed' serious - proportions, over 100,000 men beingidle in London alone. ArthHrHeppel, a trick cyclist, was kill ed while giving a diving performance on his machine 'on Brighton Pier. The Drike of Fife's estate is declared to be' a million' sterling. ' , * ? i-The visiting Australian ^oarsmen were cordially entertained at Oxford.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
FUNERAlTJSfO^KnBB- ' ; GEORGE E. DOWNS, Only Addies*— 27S WAaD^BHtBHTr*. 'ADBtMBB. 'Phone USB Oenbat ' ''' '' ? dsW J. C. HADDY & SQHj U6 FLINDEB8 8IBEET ^nEr-VTT'^ '''- ?Phone M77; *''-' ST. ViKdENT ETREET, POST ADE|iaIl% ' ?Phone I1D; ? ? ? JETTT ROAD. GLEKELG, - 'Phone 58; JUNCTION EOAO, E06EWATBE. FRANK J. SDEBERT, UKDEETAKEE AND mntki»n»L 47 WAKEFIELD STBEET, . (Private E^ridonce, JJo; ts). j . FDKEEiOS CABHffl OOT OS ffiOEKSB. NOTICE UNDER K2B8&NAL SDPJESVIHEON. 'PHONE Ko. US. ?' 9kS4W
OPERA OF PASSION AND TRAGEDY. D'Annunzio and Collaborate. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
OPERA OF PASSION AND TRACJEPY. D'Annunzio and Mascagni Collaborate. A great artistic event of next year wul (wrote the Mjla« correspondent of the' London 'Express' on April 23) be the simultaneous production in raris and here at the 6ca]a of an opera by Signor d'Annunzio and Maestro Mascagni. This is the first time that the two* famous artists have f-pHa.nffr»tfi!l, f'-^ tho news has created widespread interest. The' poem, which deajs with a poigpwt love tragedy of Italian history in the fif teenth century, was tsomp|etfd a short time ago -by fSignor d ^nnnnsjo. a^nd iins manuscript is now in . the feanclp °t the maestro* It is to be entitled 'farisjna/' after the heroine. It js full of nathoe and soinbK tragedy. The object of the poet ~ Hi~4 ~tit t\» ipmiiraMTi in the treatment of their tjusne is said to be to produce pne of tiie. moft passionate lyncgT poems, tha* has boeii composed m modern tames, __ - . The composer will meet the libretfevt in Fans in the autumn, when they will ...
INTERSTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
INTERSTATE. A Chinese fireman landed at Port Dar win from the steamer Taiyuan has died of plague. Alfred Arthur Baldly and Thomas Howard, charged with murdering a China man at Albany, state that the deceased stabbed Baldry, and the accused retaliated by hitting him with pickets. Motor bandits have commenced opera tions in Melbourne. On 'Monday two of them robbed Mrs. Baker, of Church street, Richmond, taking jewellery -and money from the ?house. Mr. T. T. Harrison (manager for the well-known firm of Waterlow ..& Sons, li mited, of London) has been appointed Printer to the Commonwealth, at a salary of £800 per year. An Irish Pipe Band has been inaugu rated at Broken HilL The Minister of Works, New Sooth Wales, refused to meet a ? deputation, of the unemployed. Severe sentences are being imposed on criminals in Sydney., and Melbourne* David William Maddiek. commercial tra veller, has been awarded £S09* damages for injuries received in', a railway acd dent last September. The M...
THE WORLD'S NEWS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Lieut.-Col. A. P. liuscombe (Chief Staff Officer in South Australia) 'has been?ap^ pointed Assistant ' Adjutant-General .- of New South Wales. The Federated Licensed Victuallers' Conference has been held in Adelaide this week. The Mayor extended a reception to the delegates on Monday. A movement is being 'started to erect a memorial in Adelaide to commemorate the heroism of the bandsmen who went down in the Titanic- ' At a recent meeting at Laura the Com missioner of Public Works (Hon. R. But ler) is; reported to have said that he was not 'Dismal' Dick,' but 'Cheerful Richard.' A Brown Hill Creek carter named Wil liam Dart was fined 10 guineas and costs for cruelty to a horse. The Full Court on Monday refused to reduce the sentence of 12 months' impri sonment passed on the insolvent Edward William Gleeson. An elderly man named George Wood ward -was cut to pieces by a train at Jer vois _ Bridge, Port Adelaide, on Monday evening. Two Chinese stowaways were sentenced t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ADELAIDE RACING CLUB, LIMITED. BIRTHDAY MEETING, VICTORIA PARK. (Weather permitting.) Under the DitUnftnisheS Patninage and in the Presence of Hfe Excellency the Govecnbr (Ad miral. Sir D. H. fiManquet, G.C.V.O., E.C.B.), Lady Bosanqnet, Mis* BosanOnet, and Suite. - FERST BACE STASIS AT 1 PJI. ( THIRD DAT, MONBAY, SmE 3, STEEPLECHASE, AT.nERlW*y CUP. FIRST BACE STARTS AT 12.30 PJJL £1 TOTALIZATOR. 5/ EXCOBSIOS FAKES. ' - All Tickets are ia-aefl Subject to tbe ArtSdee Bill Bylaws of tbe Adelaide Jtaninfr Clrib, Limited, t-id also to the following conditions: — 1. That every Ticket issued nuiEt be produced to any of the Officials tit tbe *rtrf-idp Bacing Clob, Limited, whenever demanded. 2. That every Ticket issued may be revoked by Ox: Committee, or any one or more of them, or by anv person authorised by them, or any one or more of them, and that upon the Ticket being so revoked the holder thereof may be removed from the Bacecouree. 3. And that the person whose Ticket shall be so rev...
COALBROOK STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
COALBROOK STAKES. Five furlongs. La Reveille. . . 8 12 Xena Bell . . 6 15 Yeneda .... 8 12 Footwear ... 6 11 No Lady ...82 Ladur Belle. . 6 7 Islam ..... 7 .7 Bill Douglas . 6 ? Philharmonic .77 Erry Oge ... 6 7 Luger .... 7 C Celtic Queen . 6 7 Speedite. . . - 7 5 Edinol .... 6 7 Teiiao .... 7 2 Lontar . . , . ' 6 7 Lady Vincent .73 Hagfafl. ; ' s . 6 7 Banni ..... 6 X3 LA REVEILLE or YENEDA.
ROSE PARK HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ROSE BARK HANDICAP. Five furlongs. First Shot . . ft 10 Catena „ .. 7 3 Takipono ..30 Lindley ... 7 0 Borrosov ... 9 0 Hieraeidea ..70 Precious . _ 8 12 Aurie .... 6 8 Berry Consals 8 0 Pandanns ..68 Uncle Matt . 7 T All Colours .68 treya .... 7 S TremeHen — ; - . '6 7 Gypsum . -. i 7 5 FIRST SHOT or TAKIPOXO .
ALDERMAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ALDERMAN CUP. One 'and three-quarter r«l*i» Swagger ..'... 0 5 Fastness ,.. 7 0 Kuringai _ 8 13 Phonnio . . . 6 12 Obi ? 8 7 EUerstene IL 6 9 Lord Alwyne 7 12 Knlcurna ... 6 9 Son of a Gun 7 9 Ben Miller 6 8 Kadlnnga ... 77 Triangle . . ; 6 ? 7 Eager . . -. -. 7 4 Abaf . j s ^ 6 7 Sergius . 7 i . 7 0 ? ' T SWAGGER or LOBD ALWYNE.
MARRYATVILLE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
MAKRYATVILLE HANDICAP. One mile. Musket Belle 9 6 Coolagunyafi v 7 7 Kuringai ... 9 5 Sanskrit -.176 Balmoral ... 8 12 Al Caaba . . ^ 7 5 Braw Scot ..8 9 Calamus . . ? s 7 2 Ptah ...-,-. 8 9 Uanna ..... 6 7 Valia . .- V s '-. 8 3 Ethel Mande . 6 7 Kirn . . s g t 8 3 Sir Percivale 6 7 Permian. ;, g g 7 10 Korea ^ ?« . . s 6 7 Eager , . s? s 7 S PTAH or BRAW SCOT,
ACCEPTANCES FOR MONDAY. ELECTRIC WELTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ACCEPTANCES FOR MONDAY. ELECTRIC WELTER. .. - Seven furlongs. . at. lb. Bt. Ib Takmono *. 9 12 Persian Chief . 7 10 Valia .. .. .. 9 10 Anrie .. .. 7 10 Coolagnnyah .90 Lord Edward . 7 10 Al Caaba ..9 0 Playgiri .. ~ 7 9 Common King. & 10 Leap Year _ 7 8 Bemploi „ ..8 2 Bruri .. .... 7 8 Chi Chi ? 8 0 Wheat King . 7 7 Muldoon «... SO Bondi ...... 7 7 Cyprus .. ^ ;7 13 St. Leonard .77 Ethel Maude . 1 12 Nallabah .. - 7 7 Tinbrook ^ 7 12 Hamburg — — 7 7 Pearl Kjt,e .. 7 12 COOLAGUNYAH or CHI CHL