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MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. Vandlum—A New Metal. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. Vanadium— A New Metal.. Canadian is, according to Dr. Leonard K. Hirshberg, a new metal that 'has come to take one of the vacant niches between platinum and gold long predicted by Mendelec, for completion or the noble /group represented by platinum, gold, and silver.' Canadium has been discovered by An drew Gordon French in British Columbia, and its finder promises that within a short time he will present specimens of the metal and a paper upon the treasure to the Itojal Society of England. The' de tails of the discovery and an exhaustive analysis of the new metal then will be given to the world of science, and the unbounded commercial possibilities for Canadium also will be unfolded at the same time. To the world in general (says the 'Tech- nical WorId'J the commercial value of the discovery will appeal far more than the scientific side, as introducing a trea sure more valuable than gold, of even more beauty, and equally adaptable to all the purposes for wh...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPULSORY DUELS. German M.P.'s Protest. Against the Kaiser's Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

COMPULSORY DUELS. German M.P.'s Protest. . Against the Kaiser's Order, The Kaiser's Cabinet order command ing an army officer to fight a duel de spite his religipus convictions under pen alty of dismissal from the colours caused an uproarious scene in the Reichstag (the Prussian Parliament) the -other evening. Herr-jErzbergex, during tb* ;$?i-3.te oa the military estimates, -asgjjilei| the order as an 'insult to the German nation/' Tease words had hardly fallen from the deputy's lips when General von Heeringen, t'ie white-haired -Prussian . 'War. ' Mihisrer, whose own nephew fell - fatally wounded in a military' duel a 'few days ago, 'rush- ed to the SpeaKfir*6 l^latform- in a state of high agitation. He said he must' pro test in the most emphatic terms agjonsc the opprobrium just heaped on* the supreme war' lord.' ' Men who refused on account of religions convictions -to 'light a duel were unworthy of hwog, officers^ He said that 'Dr.' Sambe}h,'the-~ medical -? reserve officer whos...

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

POULTRY and KEHHEL CLUB3 SHO W. June 28th and 29th. EXHIBITION BUILDINGS. ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 8. Prize Lists' sent to any address. CLAUDE -WINCHESTER, Secretary. 23 Waymouth 'street. = 6153 LIVE STOCK. INSDBJ3 HORSES,' MAKES, AND FOALS AGAINST' CATAIi- ACCIDENT OR DEATH FEdM NATURAL CAUSES AVTTH THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, UMITED, 23 Waymotrth street, Adelaide J. - A. EILEY, Manager. Authorised Capital, £2,000,000; Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, £100,000. FIRE, LIVE, MARINE, STOCK, A, ?IDENT.

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TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

TOORAK. It is not easy to keep pace with the demand for modern houses in the delight ful suburb of Toorak, but Messrs. Jack man &, Treloar inform us that they now have two Hearing completion — one in Grant avenue, containing- seven rooms, and one in Alexandra avenue, eight rooms, each built of stone and brick on rein forced concrete foundations, and roofed with Marseilles tiles. The interior treatment is characteristic of the homes being built by this firm in Toorak and Leabrook. They comprise all the latest appointments and conveniences now looked for by people1- of taste.

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BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION. Government Tenders Invited. WORKS AND BUILDINGS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION. Government Tenders Invited. WORKS AND BUILDINGS DEPARTMENT. Keswick — Building quartermaster's stores, gun park, stables, gymnasium, &c, for Military Defence Department, doe June 12. Crystal Brook— Additions and alterations to the post office, due June 5. Xuriootpa— Building a new public school, due June 12. Kadina— Build room for telephone pur poses at post office, due June 12. Smoky Bay— Erect galvanized iron stables, &c, at the telegraph repeating station, due June 12. Gladstone — Erection of two fibro-cement cottages for warders, Gladstone Gaol, due June 19. 1 Kingsley— Building an additional room at the teacher's residence, King|ley., June 19. ..: , ., v jr ^ ?_,. Adelaide— Provision of 96 cane-seated re volving chairs for telegraph operating room, General Post Office, due June 5.

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EDEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

EDEN HILLS. We are told that the new township of Eden Tmis is still rapidly advancing in popularity. During the last few days the erection of six more houses have been arranged for, and a public hall is now being built. It is a source of wonder that so many live' on the plains and suffer the trying heat of summer, while we have within easy reach of the city such a beau tiful and salubrious climate. What a surprising change in a short journey up the hills of nine miles, leaving behind the dust, heat, turmoil, and tried tempers of a parched city to reach by an easy train journey a cool, enjoyable, and in vigorating climate, that adds a new bright ness to depressed spirits and a new vigour to tired bodies. The proprietors render most liberal assistance in building. The land is divided into extra large allotments, available at very low prices, and the Rail wayB Commissioner generously assists by granting free railway passes, so that per sons of limited means can now obtain a home in an ...

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

SECT THURSDAY, - June 6, at 2.30. TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. W. B. 'WILKINSON will sell by auction, under instructions from Rev. Dr. Burgees, the balance of the Excellent Buil dint Stes at KENT TOWK, comprising — THREE ALLOTMENTS, KENT TEKEACE. ONE ALLOTMENT, BOSKENNA AVENUE. ONE ALLOTMENT, NORTH STREET. Penny section. Within 1$ miles from G.P.O. For plan and full particulars, apply Messrs. Hanson & Jones, Citizens' Buildings, King Wil liam street, or the Auctioneer. Also, Under instructions from Mr. W. H. Hollis— PAET BLOCK 2 of Part Section 244, KINGS WOOD, 80 ft. to Balban street, by 220 ft, on which is erected a SUBSTANTIAL MODERN STOSfE AND BRICK HOUSE, comprising Five Rooms, Tiled Front Verandah, Enclosed Back Ve randah, and all cbvneniences, Electric Light throughout; Large Iron Shed, suitable for Stable or Workshop. IN PERFECT ORDER, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Also— PAYNEHAM SOAD, EAST ADELAIDE— Eart Allotment 2, 70 x 200 ft., with road at rear. A valuable site. For full particu...

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

POYNTOH AND CLAXTON. Telephone 389. LICENSED LAND BROKERS. GOOD RAINFALL. Farms, Improved and Unimproved, from 500 acres to 8,000 acres. EAST THUMB. MOTOR TO INSPECT. Also, : STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS (Member of the Stock Exchange of Adelaide). Write for Catalogue. REGISTER BUILDINGS, GrenfeU street, Adelaide. nslS2c : MONEY. THE SAVINGS BANK LENDS MONEY ON MORTGAGE AT THE LOWEST HATE OF INTEREST. Full particulars may .be obtained at tie Head Office, or any branch of the -Bank. s!39e W,. B. POOLE, Manager. MONEY TO LEND, at 5- per cent., on city:, suburban, and coun try FREEHOLDS. Mortgages, Transfers, and Leases pre pared, and all Real Property and Crown Lands Work executed* with care and dis patch ? STACY, DUNN, & AYLOTrai, Land and Financial Agents, 4 Alma Chambers, McHenry street, City. 'Phone 2251. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY HAS ? MONEY TO LEND. LOWEST CURRENT BATES. LIBERAL OPTIONS. Offices: 23 KING WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIDE. CHAS A. SCHULTZ, nsl25c ...

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

There is nothing- to be gained 4-yjdBn^ing to your old unsightly teeth-—- except pain and nervous strain. Have your teeth 'Mallanised', I*ct your parted lips re veal beautiful, even, white -teeth that will add: to your vattrao tiveness. Sets from £2/2/ single tooth 5/-. TftY MINLEj^JWWWL SYSTEM ? 5 King William St. Phone 295. An Old Story in a New Paper. Davis, Browne & Ga offer Adelaide's BEST VALUES in Dependable and Sellable Furniture. The Newest Designs, the Soundest Construction, and Specially Selected Seasoned Timbe.r You will find their Fnmiture in every dis' trict, in every town, and in almost every hamlet throughout the State. Call and Inspect their Superb Display, or write for Free Illustrated Catabigne. In H IT 1/h1|v ADELAIDE'S BEST BEDSTEAD DISEXiAX. IM H UhhW Onr Bedstead Display is unequalled in beauty 1 lM WM . fiSiiHi ' **' design, and unexcelled in mateoal/ GGostxnc I IfLAuiM bl III! tion, and fi«'»* A Lower Price titan' ours is I l|fl^9SH^^Llt fljl I V- bo...

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GENERAL BOOTH. Total Blindness Feared. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

GENERAL BOOTH. Total Blindness Feared. LONDON. June 1. -Specialists, consider tha.t General Booth, the veteran leader of thr Salvation Army, v.ho was 'recently, operated on* in connec tion with -bis faiSng eyesight, will hence forth be totaUy Hind. -

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Clean. . . 'THE MAIL' llCflltiiy « . Should be in every J9* honsehold.. Week-end — Price 2-L Annual Sub RCOdiD^ scriplioii 8/-; Post free Order from your Newsagent or The Mail Newspapers Limited, Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ? NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the pressure on our adver tising columns it will be necessary to send all advertisements intended for insertion in 'THE MAIL,' particularly those re quiring special positions, into the office not later than 10 a.m. Friday, of each week. Only Public Notices will be taken on Friday afternoon or Saturday.

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THE TRIANGULAR MATCHES. A WET DAY. Foster's Fine Bowling. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

AflTET DAY, Foster's Fine Bowling. l6NI»K. May 3L The match between the Australians and Warwickshire was continued to-day at the Edghaston Ground, Birmingham. Bain had fallen, and the. wicket at first was slow and easy, bat it afterwards became ~iv GiJiicult. The attendance was 2,000. '?ings (41) and Macartney (38) con-' rinued toe Australians' innings, with the total at SO for 1 wicket. ^-.c- aud Field- were the first bowl -. Jennings reached 50 in 90 minutes, id Macartney got to tbe same mark in ii minutes. The tatter's off-drives were particularly strong. With the total at 35 Jennings glanced Foster to leg and was. caught by Smith wide out. The re tiring batsman was at tbe wickets for 95 minutes. He hit eight fours. Bardsley was not comfortable when ^.irmg Foster, and in, trying to glance a; ball to leg was caught close in and low down at short-leg:. 3 for 138. Gregory was next. Macartney, who had -en batting briSiaatly, quietened down after giving a chance to Baker at short-' le...

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ICEBERGS. Sir E. Shackleton on their Peril. Submerged Floes. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

ICEBERGS. ?- Sir 13. SJiackleton on their Peril. Submerged Floes. isir Ernest Shackletdn recently; gave a London 'Daily Mail' representative some interesting details relating . to icebergs. 'The northern' bergs,' he said, are formed of land ice — carved off from land glaciers. In the winter time there is hardly any movement of the ice. In some years there is a general break-up of the ice in the spring, and the danger zone consists not only of the actual ice bergs, but the great floes of ice that come drifting down; until they eventually melt in the ;warmer Gulf Stream.' Speaking of the detection of icebergs, Sir Ernest said:— 'The usual method is to take the temperature of the water every half-bour. Generally, also, when a ship is nearing ice there is a mist, owing to the difference of the temperature of ;he atmosphere and the water. «, If the . ice is to tbe windward of a vessel one feels the cold air, but very often it is to the leeward, and it is very difficult to tell' whether i...

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THE AFRICANS. Northants in Trouble. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

PB AF^IciANSi Northants in Trouble;. LONDON, M*r 3L - On a alow wicket to-day Northampton shire iflBt 7 wickets, for 90. Sam. then stopped further play. Scores: — ; SOUTH AFSICA. fxrott Twin Hgff . G. P. Hartigah, b. Welt ? 9 H. W. Taylor, b. Thompson ? 39 A. D. Nourse, c East, b. Thompson 137 S. J. Snooke, b. Wells .... .. .. .. 47 G. A. Faulkner, IJb.w., b. WeHs .. S Strieker, b. WeOs .. .. ?.. .... .. ifi R. Beaumont, o-Vialfl, b. Denton .. 75 F. MitehelL c. Buswell, b. 'iast .. .. 3d 8. J. Pegkr, not out .. .. ? .^ 52 C. P. Carter, fat wictet,b. Denton .. 0 T. Campbell, c Vials, i-. Tfeanpeon 18 Extras .. .. ., .. .. .. ^ .. „. i» Total .- .: .. ..'. .. .. ,.^2$ Bowling.-^-WeJls, i for . 121; Thompson, S for 108; Seymour, 0 for 25: East, 1-for 50; J. Denton, 2 for 70; Smith, 0 bsc 43 :; :: ;. nqrthakts: ..' -. .. '.. .First- Innings. ' : W. East, ran out .. .. ? 0 W. H. Denton, c Faulkner, b. Carter 28 S. Haywood, c. CampbeU, b. Peeler 13 S. G. Smith, b. Hartwan ? 29 G. J. Thomp...

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HEARTH AND HOME. OUR DEFENDERS. SCHOOLS OF DESTRUCTION. June [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

HEARTH AND HOME. OUR DEFENDERS. By 'Reveille.'* SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION. June 20-23— Cadet competition at Melbourne lor champion team of Commonwealth. Winners go to Canada. 20-24— School of instruction, A.L Corps, at Angaston. ? 25— Solution of tactical problems at the United Service Institute. .Prob lems and map on application to G.S.O.

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

S. J. ASHER, STOCK AND SHABEBEOKER. Old Exchange, Fine street. . Member : Stock ExcVange of Adelaide. Telephone 3506. . nsl25c

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WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, May 31. COMMODORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

WESTRALIAN MINING. PERTH, May 31. COMMODORE. The Commodore Minte will clean up about 1,500 tons to-morrow for which a return by amalgamation and cyamdation of something under £1 per ton is expect ed The slimes which have been stack ed for future treatment represent nearly half the total tonnage crushed, and assay about 8/ per ton. With extraction costs and loss in rectifying taken off the profit on these is unlikely to be more than 2/6 per ton. About 500 tons of lowgrade dump stuff has still to be treated before a start can be made below. BULLFINCH. Most of the Bullfinch plant is now on the mine, and tbe balance is expected to arrive at the end of July. In that case it should be in full operation by the begin ning of October. IVANHOE. Speaking of the effect on dividends that the reduction in profits from £18,000 to £16,000 per month was .likely to have, the chairman (Mr. Govett) said at the Ivanhoe meeting that the decrease would seem to indicate dividends of 19/ per year instead of...

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TURKISH MINISTERS. Scuffle in Cabinet. Over Tripolitan War. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

TURKISH JtoBi?EfeS: Scuffle in Cabinet. Over Tripolitan War, CONSTAXTIXOPIiE; June 1. The Minister for Marine {Honrchkte Pasha) and * he Minister ibr.. the Interior (Djelal Bey), in tbe Turkish Cabinet have had a stand-up fight in Cabinet in conse quence of severe strictures which '... have been published in the press charging the, Turkish Fleet with cowardice in remaining at the Golden Horn instead of putting out to battle with the Italian Fleet.

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The Mail. ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912. THE REVIVALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

The Mail. 'ADELAIDE: MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912. THE BEVIVALISTS. The Chapman-Alexander mission is an ?interesting study. Revivalism is a pheno menon not ecntined to religion. May 24' has, for example, become a day of annual revivalism in the. broader patriotism of the British Empire. As the Rev. A. J. ; Wade remarked, in his admirable address as Moderator of the Presbyterian Assem bly, there are flood and ebb tides in the history of the churches. dust now he considers the stream to be at low-water nark. This is not the first visit to Australia of the Alesander-Chapman mis sion, and it is tiill ebb. The mission has returned in augmented numbers, and there are t.igns of a :um in the current. These facts may be merely coincidences; opi nions differ; wa are not on the seat of judgment. It is sufficient here to note that ths mission, which attracts thou sands of hearers, mostly good church folk, and supplies Lhem with emotional stimu lus, is apparently a perfect instrument ! tor th...

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BRITISH COURAGE. Defended by American Newspaper. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

BRITISH COURAGE. Defended by American Newspaper. LONDON*, May 31 The ''New York Times,' comment'fcE on the present state of .Lord Mersey's oc quiry, states that it is neither political nor fair to judge the-. Titanic crew. Jt continues:— 'Nor is. there justification for the harsh and wholesale indictment of British courage which, certain America papers have published- _ We - undertake to decline to accept Mr. Smith's report -as a blow to strike England in her tenderest, proudest spot.' . : : . -

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