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AN ADELAIDE WHITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
AN ADELAIDE WRITER. 'The Partners/1 by Kate Helen Weston (Hutchinson & Co., London).— The scene of the gT2i-;-r part of this story is -'iaid in the nortu-u'Crt ot Western Australia, a part of thi. world vhich is known to the general puMIe only «.s aplace of pearling fleets and cyclones.. The story is tho rousfalv interesting, thouch it at firs; glance seems somewhat improbable that a) missionary should take his young 'wife to a snot far from civiUsatasn and' among hostile natives, and tiiat ^Mwy' jshould be set down on a desolate coast, 'Solitary as Adam and Eve, without ifche providen tial preparation nraele 'for our first par rents.' Ihiring-the lajs£ 12 'fyijtj'? a mis sionary and his wife iave gone put alone to beyond the Leopold ? Ranges. Fortu nately there was a cave— as there always is in such. cases— and, this particular cave proved useful more than once. The mis sionary Arnold is not* an attractive figure. He was a fanatical missionary, with no knowledge of ,the wor...
WELL-KNOWN MEDICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
.WELL-KNOWN MEDICO. '.. Dr. A. A. Lendon, wto gave, much .use ful evidence before the Education Com mission on Wednesday, i*_one of our best known medical men. He holds the M.I). degree, of London, and is 1LB..CS., of England. He has been medical adviser to the Education Department for nearly a quarter of a century, has taken a deep interest in the Adelaide Children's Hos pital, and since 1901 has been lecturer on obstetrics at the University. The District Trained Nursing Society owes much to his active co-operation on its be half. Of this flourishing society he is president. 'Fred Johns's Annual' fur ther, tells us that the doctor was bom in England in 1856, and has written exten sively on hydatids.
VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
VICTORIA PARK. The course proper was closed, and trafn ers had to choose between the tan, \rkich \ras fctlcck deep in slush, or -work on the cinders, where there jure no posts to indi cate the distances. Takipono sprinted three in the dark. Gypsum -did likewise. Coolugiinyah two in 25. Tinbrook t?ivO in 27. I^ord Alwyne tiro in SO. ? j Lindlcy two in 29. ] Philharmonic four .in 53n. Wmvfall tvro in 30. . Koyal iialion strode along for a mile In even time. Sergius got rid of his boy, but no dam age was done. Prince Aryan and fieal Irish (close in) j ran eight on the cinders in 1.49. . ! Kldershot four in 65$. . ' Tl\e Swell (H, Fraser) jumped the j schooling fences. ? Glenroy was striding -along. ? ? Swagger only trotted. The usual regulars were pottering about in the centre of the course.
THE PRINTED WORD. Books And Their Writers. BOOKS RECEIVED. BOOKS REVIEWED. A FETE CHARACTER STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
THE PRIWEP WORD. Books And Jlieir Writers. By'Spero.' BOOKS RECEIVED. (From Eigty, I.imitM ) THE CHA&H OP TJFE by John Richards. THE KNIGHTLY YEASS, by V. H. %!&&, BOOKS REVIEWED. A FINE CHARACTER STUDY. 'Christopher,' by Richard Pxye?; Hutchinson's Colonial Library (through George Hobertson Proprietary, Adelaide). —As an analyst of character Mr. Pryce can claim a seat in the front rank of modern authors. If the portrayal of it is rather long in the telling -aiid 'sometimes exacting almost to finesse in detail, the finished work at least is admirable; and in following out its subtleness one closes th' book with genuine approval of. the odds and ends which are necessary to the finish ed story. In 'Christopher' Mr. Pryce weaves the life of Christopher Herrick, a dreamer, right up from childhood, and th-2 first half of the book, which deals with the earliest days, carries a striking vein of childhood love on an intellectual plane in which the perception of the c...
WINNERS OF BIRTHDAY CUP. One and a half miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
WtNNEKS ' OF BIRTHDAY CUP. One and a. half miles. 1878 T. Jordan's Lock- Bider. Time. leys .. .- ? Eilduff -^ ^ .. 3^6| 1S79 E. Jellett's Rich mond ? Walker-.'.. „ ?. 3.39 1SS0 McDonald's Ban ter ? Kilduff ? 3.44 ♦1SS1 H. Haine's Hata Williams . .. .. 3.9i 1S32 V. Dakin's Dare bin ? Power .. .. ... 3.8i 1SS3 J. Wilson, jun.'s Little Jack ? Moore .. .. _ 3.15J IGSt Jacob's Ned o' the HiUs ? Cracknell „ _ 3.154 18S5 L. Grant's fiar dius ? Vyman .. .. .. 3.BJ xlSSGj: H. HiU's Satyr ? Fagg ...... ~ 2 58i 1387 J. H. HiU's Dis coTcry ? Fagg «, — i~ 3.1M ?1SS8 O ' L o u ghlin's Little Bra ? ifoffatt ^ — - 3.10 ISS9 G. Beichan's Stanley , ? Quinn ? 2.50 a«fi» C Hcichan's Harbinsor .. .. .. . Power .. .. — - 2.41 1£91 J. Patterson's _, Laverock .. ? Whitty ? S-3? 1892 W. R. Wilson'* „ ^., La Tosca. . . .... - - McGowan. ~ ~ 2-391 1S9S J. Crozier's Ful lain ? Boase .....?? —*' l«Bt E. Jellett's Boyal Master ? Day ? -** lSJ 3. Crorier'B Hor- ^ ttiwitis ? Orr .. ~ « - 2.39J 18*! T. E. Barr ftui...
SATURDAY'S GALLOPS. MORPHETTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
S A TEE DA TS GAILOPS. Written Exclusively for 'The Mail'^ Newspapers. ? ?' MORPHETTVILLE. This morning the tan track only was available, and was in a heavy state. Freya ran four furlongs in 55}. Koomooloo and a mate easily cot five furlongs in L12*.; Haliastur galloped seven furlonge in 1.42. Balmoral (W. Trevorrow) reduced the time to 1^9. No Lady dashed over five furlongs in 1.9*. tord EdtraH. going nicely, ? ran seven furlongs in 1.37. - .^ Phormio got eight furlongs in 156. '
WEST AUSTRALIAN RACING. W.A.T.C. RACES. PERTH, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
WEST AUSTRALIAN RACING. ? & ? . WAT.C. RACES. PERTH, June -I. The WJLT.C. Winter Meeting was begun to day in beautiful ?weather. Resulte;— jcmpbeb* Flat race. One mile and three furlongs. RENO0KCEMENT ? ^1 Karracoogtie .. .. .. *? ?? .» ?« ?? «# .«. .« 3 Joker ? ? S Seren otters. Winner, S to 1. ' Won by a length, the same between second and- 'third. Time, 2.32 3-5. FLSEfG HASDICAP. . . . Six fnrlo&gs. . .. ..-. . Lady Halle (imp.) (En Garde— Sesin) ...... 1 Godilla ? 2 Simple Maid ? .. 3 . Ten other starters. Betting— 6 to 4 on LADY KATiTiB.- Won toy one and three-quarter lengths, one and a half lengths between second and third. Time, 1.14 4-5. ??'?.--= , DDDLEY'UANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. LADY Ml (by FliMjlOck— JUorllAnd) .. M ^ 1 Solo Girl .. ..:.i... ? w. .. 2 Sewmarracarra '.'. .. »C -i. .%'? .. ._i_. ? S Eight others. Betting— 7 to~«'agst. ThorinL 10 to 1 WINNER. Won *y four lengths, one and b half lengths between second and third. Time, 2.11 4-5. I-' , '...
VICTORIA. V.R.C. RACES. FLEMINGTON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
VICTORLA. V^.C. RACES. FLEMfflOTOK. June i. The V.B.C. npifl a ineeting at Flemington to day. Although the sky was overcast and a shower happened oocanonaHy, there was a good attendance, including Governor Fuller and party. TOEK BCHDLErl Two miMs. FOEEST PBDTCE CSam»iB-F««st -%a*en), U 0 (Bfin) .. ? 1 King's HAnsom, 11 * (Soobife) ? ^ 4S ». S Light Ballast, D« (Ht/hoe) ? * Other starttrs-Bridfe, IS 0 (feeble); Bulla fPankas); ftufus, K) (M(B4y); Sefel*. 10 6 l^uxn); Tundulya, 10 4 -E. Thcmaa); Paymaster, 10 0 (McGregor); Canjofro, ft 13 (^oW); Kooyoag. 9 5 -j- P. Edwards); Tteo, ** CBldiMa);T«aSeX 9 1 (Colemtn); WeenObah, 9 a -Kin«). Bettinff-6 to ft agst. FX-B£8I PBUfOE, 7 to 2 Paymaster or BegaL 8 to 1 KiUgfe Ba&sdm, 16 to 1 Others. - ? . Forest Prince was the first to rflOVe from Meity Monarch and Weenobah, bat Kooyong took com mand approaching the first hurdle, where Wee nobah fell. Kooyong lad by faar lengths to the side, when Cammorra, Light Baljwst, and Bnl lawarra do...
RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
RECEIVED. 'Australian Company Law, and Some Sidelights on Modern Commerce.' — Joseph Kshsr'e lecture for 1912, delivered by' Sir. H. Y. Braddon, lecturer of business prin ciples and practices, University of Sydney. This is a reprint of the lecture delivered $ttS3^.'§k*a$m ijn Adelaide, : and the subject d^att with are of great interest to ^accountants and those in commercial life. Copies -axis now. available for free distribution on application - at the Uni versity, and a limited number of copies of former lectures are' also available. : 'Power and Its Secret,' by Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman.— With the exception of the opening chapter, which is designated 'An appeal, this little book .is/a reprint of the volume that first appeared under the title of '''Received Ye the Holy Ghost?' The book tas been out of print for a little while, and this new edition should meet with a warm welcome among all classes,-1 ' ? ? . 'life's Great Question,' by Dr. J. Wil bur Chapman, is another handy-sized vo...
A DOOR WHICH WOULD NOT CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
A DOOE WHICH WOULD NOT CLOSE. 'The Lifted Latch,' by George Vane (John Lane, 'The Bodley Head, through Bigby, Limited). — One of the mottoes at the beginning of the book is 'Beware of opening a door which you cannot close,' and the worldly American widow, Mrs. Ramsay, opened a door which she could not doss when, in her efforts to marry her daughter to a member of the Euro pean aristocracy, she only succeeded in bringing disgrace on the girL She tried to cut herself adrift from the past by arranging for the adoption of the unwel come child; but though her ambitions ?were ultimately realised, and her daugh ter became Lady Linslush, the wife of an English ambassador, the past was always obtruding 'itself upon her in the person of the boy Owen Osmonde. At length all the actors in this drama are reunited at Rome, where the villain is unmasked, and virtue receives its reward in the good, old-fashioned ,way. There are two or three very unpleasant women, whose lan guage is not that of the h...
A PASSIONATE DANCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
A PASSIONATE DANCER. 'Carnival,' by Compton Mackenzie (G. Rell&SoA, through Robertson &Cq. Prp prietary, Limited).— This is a brilliant psy chological study of a ballet dancer, not the Prima Ballerina of the ordinary novel, but one of the innumerable girls whose role is to form an attractive colour scheme rathe1* than to exhibit individual graces. The title suggests Italy rather than Isling ton, but Jenny' Pearl is a cockney, with all a cockney's wit and shrewdness, and her life seems one long carnival from the time -she was found dancing on the pave ment -to the strains of a barrel organ to the distress of her genteel relations. It was a sordid carnival, but Jenny Pearl danced her way through it with a pas sionate enjoyment of ate. which even the atmosphere, of the Orient Palace of Varieties could not damp. The Orient stifled yonng life, the corps de ballet had the gngiilfing character of conven tual vows. When a girl Joined it she cut he-self off from - the weald. ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
NEW ZEALAND. Whether Xew Zealand Trill join the Commonwealth must, of course, remain with Kew^ealand to determine, but as far as Australia is concerned we believe ; we are within the mark in saying that she would receive a most cordial welcome to the federation. The late Sir George Grey affirmed that there were 1,000 reasons against the union, namely, the 1,000 miles of sea which divided the two island groups, but as Sir Joseph Ward is now willing to federate with the mother coun try 16,000 miles away, there are 16 times more reasons for throwing in the lot with Australia. In defence , the interests of the Commonwealth and the Dominion are identical, and as Mr. Fisher 63ys, they must sink or swim together. Industri ally their interests are mutual. The dif ference of climate will be an advantage, to both. We agree with Mr. Fisher that ;i good beginning could be made by estab lishing free trade between Australia and Maoriland — say, in home produce. If both . peoples are agreeable tar...
SUNDAY TRAMS & TRAINS. The Last for Home. TRAMCARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
SUNDAY TRAMS & TRAINS. ..ft ? — The Last for Home, TRAMCAES. This schedule shows' the departure and arrival times of last tramcars to and from various suburban termini for Sundays: — i Last carde- Last Last car parts for Ait. car de departs Gren. Gren. parts for Gren. at., , Street, street, Depot city. To Arr. city. city, direct. Via. -. 10 18 Burnside 10.47 9.49 10.18 10.49 .Pulteney street ioi28 Enfield 10.53 9.55 1050 10.55 North terrace. 10.1 Goodwood » 10.23 Glen Osmond 10.47 10.9 10.33 10.49 Pulteney Street. 10.33 Henley Beach 11.8 9.51 10.36 11.9 North terrace 1059 Hill st. Ext. 10.U 10.6 10.22 10.46 j-orth terrace 10.32 Hvde Park 10.45 10.46 11.10 10.56 - Korth terrace 10 '7 Hindmarsh 10.48 10.1 1051 10.51 Xorth terrace io!37 Kensington 10.54 10.19 10.36 -10.55 Hindmarsh square. 10J5 Kens. Gardens 10.37 9.52 10.14 10.40 Hindmarsh square 1013 Magffl 10-43 S.45 10.13 10.43 Direct. 1033 Mavlands 10.47 10.19 10.33 10.49 Direct 1018 ' Mitcham 10.48 10.1 10.31 10.49 Pulten...
TRAINS (WINTER SERVICE). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
TRAINS (WINTER SERVICE). This schedule shows the departure and arrival of the last train to and from various suburban termini for Sundays: — Last train leaves Last train - Adelaide Arrives leaves, for Arrives Station. For. destination. Adelaide. City. 6.0 p.m. Bridgewater ? 7.30 p.m. 7.45 pjn. 9.0 pjn. 8.45 pjn. Clapbam ,. ; ? 9.7 pju. 9.18 pjn. 9.40 p.m. 8.57 pjn. Henlgjjc '-Smeh ? 9-29 p.m. 9.41 p.m. 10.16 p.m. 10.15 p.m. Oute* -JBirwBr ? 11.2 p.m. 7.45 pjn. S.35 p.m. 10.15 p.m. Semaphfljja^' ? 10.51 pju. 10.16 pjn. 10.54 p.m. 10.15 pjn. Large: VJ,^iiM^-: ? 10.51p.m. 10.16 p.m. 10.54 p.in. Leaves Victoria sqpaiSsPISsl! Leaves for Victoria square. 10.40 p.m. GlenapV;^a|. ? 11.6 p.m. 10.30 p.m. 10.56 p.m.
ANY KNIGHTS? [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
ANTKNIGHXS? '^3»ere (are sime to be' some new Austrl^'if? han Knights in the next loyal distribufiM- ;? of honours. : Who in South Australia wOT'V'fti revive .titular distinction? Whispers '&&£& not so busy concerning our- colonists 'as ~ they were this time last year. A large number of titles had to 4-e given at the Coronation, but King George does not in tend to bestow honours spith quite bo free' ja hand as did JiisfaUiier mad Queen Vjc toria, ana it. is. understood that the pre 1*erot Tefen wul be '^ngulariy destitute.'-4 ;^5 more vafcablej to- tiie recipient. ? ?,'? .Js jitnnber -M South Australians are 'under stood to pe aTqipWBly iooktng for knight h««, but it is doubtful if any 'Sirs'' vpill come to Adehjide tiuB time. J /Sv
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
CAULPIELD. The weather was dull and fine. Lord Dudley ran a mile on the grass, with Radiator assisting, in 1.50. Instructor five ob the grass in 15. . Bribery .and Ballista a mile and a quar ter in 2.26. Safrano and Flamen half a mile on the grass in 52J. Eishon . a mile on the grass in 132. Strathdoon and Forfano a mile and a quarter in 2^6..' Warida five in 1.6*. ilagas three in'38.' Motoa five in 1.6. Balmain a mile on the grass in 1.48. Belfast ten furlongs in 2.17. Mo&ni nine on the sand in 2.101. Optimism beat St. Tano six :n 1.19*. Corina' four In' 54. ? Tamburelhi a jnile and a. quarter in 2.22. Johnnie 'Walker jumped hurdles an! fences well. ' - Lord Denman sris in 1.22J. Arquebuse and Eighteen Carat nine in fiurdans seven on the grass in 1.33$. Double Fortune and Esperanza two in 25. ; ??? ?' ? ???
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 1. FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
VICTORIA. MELBOU&NE, June L FLEMINGTON. Sea Dog? who 'jumped fences well yes terday, went e couple of miles, the last four furlongs in 55. He has a good' chance in Monday's steeplechase. Powerful beat Hesperus over a mile in 1 '501 ' Mountain Princess ran three in 37|. Master Bobby five in L9£. Fred Burn has recovered from an. at tack of influenza and is riding work. Guisfpplna and Warwidgerie have ar rived here.
MONDAY'S MATCHES. PORT V. WEST, ON THE ADELAIDE OVAL. THE PROBABLE TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
MONDAY'S MATCHES. PORT V. WEST, ON THE ADELAIDE OVAL. WHE PROBABLE TEAMS Monday's big game on the 'Adelaide Oval £g sure to attract a ? great attend ance. With Oliver and Maboney oat the Port team has been filled up with Eaton and Robertson. . West Adelaide are going to try Tripp tot Victor Harbcmr, among the forwards, and though the team will not be selected until Sunday the names given- below nhould come somewhere near to the mark. Men who stand a chance of get ting in ate Parker, May, and Keegan, but personally I do not consider them to be necessary:— ' Hansen (P.) _ , Donaell (W.) Dicksoa £P.) CGrady (P.) a'Court (W.) Pierce (W.) Magor (P.) Enapman (P.) Ashley (P.) |k Bettison (P.) Hoaking (P.) McEwin (P.) fe. Head (W.) ^^rt. Conlin (W.) J. J. McCarthy (W.) HBpokB (P.) Boat (P.) Londrigan (P.) ?Bailey (W.) Alec Conlin (W.) ?g'?*'1 CP) Robertson (P.) «npp (W.) Dwyet (W. H ? Pope (P.) ? BecV(W.) ^?Port Rttk^-Callinan, McFariane, Con ^^H£9fcr (rover). ^B Umpire.— Noon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912
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