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FIGHTING IN MOROCCO. Brush With Fanatics. Small French Casualty List. PARIS, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
FIGHTING -IN MOROCCO. Brush With Fanatics. Small French Casualty List. PAKIS, May 3L The latest reports from Fez regarding the trouble in Morocco are grave. The rebels are showing great activity, and a caravan has been looted on the Mequinez road. The troops are displaying a spirit of fanaticism, and have raised the sacred flag of Zaolia Mulay ldria, taken from the Marabouf s tomb. Several hundred Berbers gained entrance to the city on Tuesday, and at one time it seemed likely that it would be necessvy to defend the streets foot by foot. Fortu nately the populace did not support tbf: attackers, who on Wednesday became .ex hausted. The French troops then took the offensive, and drove them off with heavy losses. The casualties on the French side were five killed aad eight wounded.
FOREST FIRES. In Newfoundland. ST. JOHN, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
FOREST FIRES. In Newfoundland. ST. JOHN, June I. Fanned by strong winds, forest fires have -sweyt- irresistibly orer many villages, scores of which have been completely de stroyed. It is' estimated.' that 1^00 per-, sons . have been rendered homeless. Belt way -and telegraphic wtTnmimiratiOn lias been destroyed. It is impossible .to*esti tnat ethe damage done. A thousand square miles of country was. barnt, and several timber mills were included in the con flagration. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB, NOMINATIONS tor the undermentioned Baces will be received tt the Offices of the S.A.J.C., Adelaide; V.R.C., Melbourne; A.J.C., Sydnev; cr at CodsMine's Agency, Bourke street, Melbourne, ut- to FODK »' clock p.m. .on TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912. FOE NOW YEARUXGS. Spring Meeting, 1012. - MOfiPHETTVILLE PLATE— 300 eovs. A&^ed to EWiep of 5 sovs. each. Entrance free. Autumn Meeting, 1913. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STAKES-300 sovs. lidded to sweep of 5 son. each. Entrance free. Spring Meeting. 1913. SOLTH AUSTRALIAN DERBY— 500 sots. A ! ScJ to sweep of 5 sovs. each. Entrance free. Autumn Meeting, 1214. THE ST. LEGER STAKES— 300 sovs. Jkdded to sweep of S sovs. each. Entrance free. OXE SOV. FORFEIT OrfLY for each Eace if declared and paid before 4 p.m. on the day of iGcnexal Entry for each meeting. For' fall Conditions see the 'Advertiser ' S.A. .?Register,' and 'Daily Herald,' May 3; 'Aus- tzalsaan,' May IS. 1 A. O. WBTtlNGTO!.-, ; hLaal53 Secretary S.A.J.C. ?XSE U...
BRITISH BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
BRITISH BROKEN. The report of the British directors for the six months ending December 31, 1911, tells very little that is fresh. 'Ore treated was 81,001 tons, and the lead concentrates obtained was 13,257' tons, containing 8.435 tons lead, and 337,741 oz. of silver. The quantity of tailings sent to the Elmore plant was 41,740 tons, and the output was 11,916 tons of zinc concentrates, containing 1,167 tons anc, 126,208 oz. silver, and 4,989 tons of zinc. The accounts of the com pany are fairly, full. The working profit made on the sales of concentrates of lead and zinc was £41,374. This is excluding the sales of slimes, as these are not the product of the day. For old tailings also the company earned £13,333. thus helping to build up the working profit on the ac counts of £72,348. The actual net profit, after allowing for depreciation and office expenses, was £61,910, earned at a time when lead ranged in price from- £15 6/1 to £15 19/8, and zinc from £27 4/10 to £25 19/10. The asset...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
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BLOCK 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
BLOCK 14. This 'ittlo company has had aspirations | since the chairmanship devolved upon Mr. ! Alec Campbell, and since Mr. Vos Smith i took control of the mine. The Prbprie j tary people, in one of the series of mental i lapses that marked one stage of their | career, would not buy the Block .14 lease for £10,000. Wince then it has returned many a thousand in dividends, and has still a good deal more than a crust -in The larder. Take the last three balance bheets: — .-?'. _- - March, Sept., Masch, 1911. -1911. v 19K. Working profit .£11,229 £8,103 £13,055 Net profit . . . . 7,702 9,511 10.103 Surplus of assets 78,291 86,391 72,026 Any decrease in the figures for the past half-year arises from the acceptance of the Torrington option. The [Block 14 Company has 220,000 tons ore in reserve in the sulphide zone, and' as the Zinc Cor poration has managed to treat the ore successfully, there is every probability that some working arrangement will be en tered into with that organisation. I...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. May 27 to May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. May 27 to May 31. Thcf cnief attraction on the- Stock Ex change of Adelaide this- week was British Broken Hill shares. Investors have been waiting for development at the 1,000 ft. level. !News to hand to-day from the mine states that since the last report bore 160 at the No. - 10 level Thompson's shaft has beeu .extended 144 ft., and the lode showing 117 ft. The core from 101 to 130 ft. showed fair-grade ore; from 139 ft. to 144 ft. .good-grade, ore, which still con tinues. . These shares had more traffic than tor some weeks, and fluctuations at times were wide. They ranged last Monday around 59/ to 60/, easing on Wednesday, to 57/7i. When the tirst news was received about the lode being struck at the 1,000 ft. prices recovered to 59/. ' On Thursday prices further advanced to 60/9, and after closing hours of tbe Exchange sales were effected . up to 61/9. To-day, under Lon don influence, they jumped to 63/3. Junc tion were quiet during the early ...
UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. Won by Melbourne. SYDNEY, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. Won by Melbourne. -SYDNEY, June L The twenty-sixth iiimi'' intersta^a Uni versity eightToar. race. w«s held on. the PStr ramatta River this, afternoon, and the re sult was a fine win for Melbourne. The 'weather conditionis w*re f jvourabKr, Jtnd a good crowd viewed ^rbera-:;. The thrt* crews dashed away to a beautiful j-tart. Sydney were first to show out, bpt the advantage was only *- few fest at liwt. Melbourne were lip and level it o00 yards, while Adelaide, pulling- a very lonff, s!«.ni stroke. were practically holding ite other two crews. Melbourne hit up the paoe at the haif-mile, and w«iir fo the Irjiit, w:th Adelaide dropping slon'ly ? astern'. Pass ing 'Blaxland's, about three-quarters of a mile from the start Mclbpiirne led Svdnejr by a length, with Adelaide half a length behind. It was a beautiful race iievo. Sydney spurted and -got afenost level with Melbourne, but- it iras ^pnly shorriived, and the southern men' weto$ away: agnin to a full length,....
FEDERAL GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
FEDERAL GAZETTE. MELBOURNE, June L Successful candidates at the wnunina tion on May 4 for appointment as tele graph messenger: — Mount Barker, ST. P. Ellis, P. F. Muldoori; Orroroo, J. K. Gra ham: Port Pirie, A. L. Hagan and V. M. Pickhaver. HOME AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT. Exemption.— H. Hych, clerk, electoral branch, Adelaide, ~ not exceeding four months from February 9. CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. Appointment Confirmed.— George Reid, caretaker, genera! division, Port Adelaide. POSTAL DEPARTMENT. Staff Changes. — Promotion and Transfers —William David Hainbridge, Claston, ac countant, second class, accounts branch, to be clerk, third class, accounts branch. ~ - Services Terminated.— F. R. Read, postal assistant, Mmlaton, from^May 27, 1912 (resigned). Extensions Sick Leave if Absence.— G. B. Anderson, letter' career, Port Ade laide, to Jnb/ 12, on half-pay; F. J. Gfllen, postmaster, Port -Pirie, ip August 6, on half-pay; J. J. OUea, ' idjerk, accounts branch] to April 25, on half -pay. 3few Office...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
COMMERCIAL. Wheat. — Local market this week has been without animation, and values are unaltered, buying price to farmers being based upon 4/ per bushel at Port Ade laide, but sales arc very few and far be tween. Growers who still hold stocks ap pear to be more anxious to speculate as to forward value rather than to close out present holdings. English market is also reported quiet and steady. Early part of this week being devoted to keepine Whit suntide holidays, the only cargo sales re ported are sailer from Melbourne, Janu ary, 'Blagio-O,' at 39/, probably old sea son's stufi; Bourbuki, from Melbourne, at 39/3, February sailing. It is stated in private cables that the original buyers of Loch Torridon cargo from Melbourne are welling to resell at 39/ without finding buyers, and for the Queen Margaret, just arrived at port of call, 39/ per quarter has been offered and refused. Govern ment official figures for present harvest came out yesterday, and are very satisfac tory reading, th...
EXPENSIVE TO BE A CHRISTIAN. Dr. Chapman Speaks. Men Mast Practice What They breach. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
chrisiian: Dr. Chapman Speaks. - ??? 5 . . _ ? _ Cr— ? ? ? - - ? ' Men Must Practice What Tiiey lh«acli. :.l -There is not atuch worth having that! can be got for nothing at aE. 'It ie et-eB- erpenew-e to. be a Chnstian,' said Dr. -Chapman- to a. i'Mail' -representative yesterday. ? Though, the'remark. is almost & truism m iteeli, it js one whictr -cooid be easily twisted t* suit particular ends. The Doctor, however, -was quite- sincere; 44 A man cannot' preach one tf*»»g -And practice another,' he continued. . 'it is always going to x»st*yott money, if you' preach a- thing anid follow it up -by doing wett. 'How can a man preach help and . assistance in 'a crowded ball, sod, gming out -into 'uic -^Jught, . pass .by^-tne cold, Bhiyering hand held out for money? He can't do it^-ihat is, not. if. he is sin cere. Vkmfirt^hi ofjnen come to me for assistance, and I help them; as I think every Christian should. ?- They don't al ways come -for money. ? The average man conies -for 'a...
LADIES AT THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
LADIES AT THECUJ^. dBy-JBESS;)' Winter was heralded by the weather to day, and was reflected in the frocks -worn by the ladies at Victoria Park., Althoogh dobds. hovered, overhead the attendance -rf ladW^aslatae. - -' '??- Lady Bpean^oet was in it Mack velvet coat with' bine 'fiiangs, a blue toqoe mik phnnes, and'feaUjer boa. - Miss Bosammet, Woe coat and ' skirt, with an emerald pe» coat, black bearer hat with, ennralri green osprey. Mrs. Bkdbatd Hawker, nary coat and skirt, bine hat with flame-coloured wing* and beautiful white fnrs. Mr§._Herbert fiymill, bine coat and skirt, blue hat with wreath of flowers. Mrs. Arthur Rymill, grey coat and sk'rt, grey toque' with green. Mrs. ToBey, striped black and burnt rose coat and flkirt with black velvet hat. Mrs. O'Leary, black coat aad skirt, large purple hat and flowers. Mrs- Stephen Balli, black coat aad skirt, black ank -white nat. Mrs. Nat Campbell, grey frock, large grey hat with pink, flowers. Mrs. Scarfe, green frock with oriental...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
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THE NEW MODERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
IHE NEW MODERATOR. The Rev. A. J. Wade, who was this week elected Moderator of the Presby terian Assembly, was ordained to the mi nistry 20 years ago. Before he. came to Chalmer's Church, in succession to the late Dr. Paton, Mr. Wade was a leading minister in Melbourne. He is an attrac tive preacher, and a beloved pastor.
THE TERRITORY ADMINISTRATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
flTTF. TERRITORY ADMINISTRATOR. Dr. Gilrnth, who was recently installed as Administrator -of the Northern Tern ' tory, ought to be in the heaven o£ his de light at Darwin. He is a Scotsman, a big raw-boned man from Arbroath, ot Strong individuality, and of infinite capa city and resource. A professorial chair in a university was hardly the sort of thing for a scientist of his restless energy, who likes to be out in the broad, open expanse, where he can breathe the breath of Na ture to the full and do things on a big ecale. Those who are acquainted with the 'Professor'-4he term by which he is most familiarly known— predict that he is just the man to manage affairs in the new Federal dependency.
THE MEMBER FOR WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
IHE MEMBER FOR WAKEFIELD. The Hon. R. W. Foster, who has been gpeaking in the campaign on behalf of the Liberal candidate in Werrrwa (N.S.W.), is a fine fighting speaker, and dearly loves to be in the thick of an election struggle. Richard Witty held forth from pulpit and platform in his earlier days as a Wesleyan minister, but he gave up the work of the ministry, and went in for storekeeping at Quorn, and was prosperous in this line, as in his agricultural ventures. He is understood to have done exceedingly well cat of his land transactions. For five years Mr. Foster was Commissioner of Public Works, and he proved to be one of the ablest and most energetic ministers the State has had. The member for Wakefield was born in 'yorkshire in 1856. and comes from a sturdy Liberal stock, for, according to 'Johns's Notable Aus tralians,' Mr. Foster is 'the son of Wil liam Foster, farmer, and pronounced Glad Etonite, who fought against church, titles, and English game laws.'