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THE HINDMARSH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE HINDMARSH ?-* MATCH. But fdBowine -will represent West Tor eea» against Norwood on Monday next |m the Mindimtrri. Oval:— (Forwards.) O» ^'?Tnnjf, tajyKeTtrie A. Eenfrey Cfctyas J. Dunn C. Adcock Book*, W. Hutton B. Johnson JEow H. D. Smith Phillips C, Hogg If. Wade ^' A. Taylor. BjpSww*.— S. D. . Geddes, E.r Hux MKtod S. Potter (rover). iJp^SKS^T^a'lr« Beamee, Chamber %m, HgDL Manning. McGavisk, MeNeil *p^1ighonse, Packham, Perry, Robin, ghort, SteelfcStephens (2), Townsend JVercoe, and White. ? Qaptre!— Dollman.

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

$£R& liADBEiS.'J^S BROTHER. :- §on-'at Sr^^^Mtrotl»er of the Poet - ; M?™*^'v««OW5«Sars .older. Henrjv : :? W^S-Jwe pasS^P^itieth birthday, « wdl knoiAl^paSSraUaii^ooI trade.

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

SIK JOSEPH WARD. If Sir Joseph Ward is going to servi on the Empire Trade Commission as the representative of New Zealand there is not much likelihood of his forsaking the Domi nion and settling in the Commonwealth, ?with the object of entering the Federal political sphere, as it has been suggested he might do if .he received strong promise of support. New Zealand's baronet is a native of Melbourne, where -he was born S6 yean ago.

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

. FOOTBAtfc, LACft^^ AND SESKfi J YACHTS1EES, AMD PEDS., ifL THEY ALL BOY THETB FOOTWEAR .ATTvJ FEDERAL BOOT CW; Football Boots, white omras, 10/6; Box Galf, ankle protectloh. 12/9 VachUng and Tdnais Shoes, fi/6. , Running SioeB, & epakes, S/U. si Reduction to Olubs. - or more pain* ,r - TIB. BUNDLE STREET and Branched ?

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BISHOP [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

MS^i*34HHR .'? Biahopi^fihei^^^rfi: Jh addition ^ to.a. aiomaB^^^op of Adelaide) £ this 'diocese ^ WWmstecil Wilson, nov \ Aix^fewpnxtf ^B^KJmd rector of 'St.* «^^i^«n^^pSsh6p'W-»lsonJ«^ i)l±Hnately recovejaSKjftten the effects 6£ ?'« Iris iflness. He vuIbMop of Melanesta W for 17 years. Hia^le^ihe daughter ot ?:' Bishop Julius, of iJtapsfcsfcurch. Bishop i and Mrs. .Wilson aj^^g^ning oouDk.'^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN FOOTBALL. The League. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

ViGTOiBI^pOOT&^ffil The^p^ac Canton ? '?aa^'v ..is is * be«t- J? St. Eflda .. ..v.^-y, 611 EBsendcHi .. .. .-V-^ Iv 13 14 * beat *ft-¥^, Richmond » ? +. *n »Vl0l0 6o»ith Melbourne ,f» p&Z-J? 1S^ t ..'; trniwrrtty ? ^^VO^ * JKfisroy .. .. „ .. .?& *.'-JOpK t ^ toM*** ? 5^4 J beat S-.^t^ Colhngwood ? ?'J*r^lB The Assodation. MM Northcote ? *. '^^H beat ¥^H Melbourne City ? 6li^H Footssffay , ? -,. .. 13 4^H ?beat; ^^M Frahran ? 6 U^^| Brunswick ? I'. 3i36^fl|| beat ' ^ Essendon .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 rS ' Brighton .. ..,. ^ ,4 .. Si* WiHiBmBt6wn .. ,. .. ,-.. S22^ f North Melbourne .» M ... 8 8 beat ^ *, Port Melbourne ? .. 51S „*

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From a Woman's Point of View. THE SMALL DRESS ALLOWANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

From a Woman's Point of View. (By MADGE.) ?V&S. SMALL DRESS ALLCttFASOB. The woman who must dress on a smil! dress allowance most be guided by three inflexible Tules:— ' 1. Never to buy things for which shs has not immediate use. ' 2. Never to buy rubbish. 3. To see tbat her clothes are not too perishable, and will lend tbansehres to remodelling. Fhmsv fabrics and colours that 'fly must be avoided. Elaborations of ninon are tempting, and reign supreme when new; but nothing is more hopeless tha3 a 'creation' of lace and chiffon which h*5 lost its freshness and shows signs of wear in neck and sleeves and hm In these days of muslin and embroidery, excellent effect can be secured at compaxativelv small cost; while 'tub' frocks of linen or cotton carry no date, and petrol and the laundry easily repair the ravages of time and wear. BARGAQf SALES. Bargain sales are the undoing of the woman of small means, lmlpss she is possessed of an excellent discretion and a firm wilL If she be ...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Realm of Women THE MIRROR OF FASHION. The Vogue of the Tailor-mades—Winter Fabrics—New Trains for Evening Frocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

l^fl^ka^^^^^g? THE MIRROR OF FASHION. The Vogue of the Tailor-mades — Winter Fabrics — New Trains for Evening* Frocks. By 'Irene.' When the limitations of the income must always be borne in mind in selecting the winter wardrobe the coat-and-skirt costume is to be regarded as the most important of the outfit, for it ;is worn much more than any other, and frequently inore thxn all the other costumes together, B.nd it serves a multitude of purposes, ap pearing as a strictly tailored costume in the morning or when travelling, and m the afternoon, with the addition of a more elaborate hat and neckwear, douig duty often as a calling costume. Much of tne same models are being employed this sea son for the suits of serge or chiffon cloth, black velour and striped suiting, which are being shown in plain and fancy ' de signs, the latter bearing a distinct change after so many seasons of solid colours. For the heavier-weight tailored suit French ' corded suiting, reversible and flaked tweeds w...

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

SHIPPING. ? P. A O. FSEXA5TLE, INDIA, CHINA, AND EUROPE. 1TOC iBD SBMHD SALOONS ONLY. Stenttrr. Tom. Commander. Leaves. MACEDONIA 10500 G.D.Bennett,K.K.B. June 6 HDBKA ? 11000 W.L.Bn-wn,B.N.K- Jmw 20 HAKHORA.. 10500 S.deB-Lodfjer,RNB July 4 MOLDAVIA... 10000 E. E. Gordon July IS JU10JA. ? 12S00 G-H.C.Weston,RNB Aug. 1. MOHGOLIA. . 10000 CJJlefton.R.Tf.R. Aug. 15 And fortnightly thereafter. BAKINGS TO MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. (Jtekmcn. Leave Adelaide. MACEDONIA .. ? May 11 MflBP^ ? Kay 25 AU Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. FIRST AND SECOND SALOON Passages grant ed to Europe, India, China, and Western Aus tralia, &c Special and Bound-ihe-World Ex enn{ofu arranged; also through passages to New YoriL .Fasnges arranged from any port. Special Holiday Betum Tickets to Colombo. For information and Handbooks ' apply to ELDER, -SIDTH, ft 00.. LOOTED, Agents. . ' - ? ? ' r ' '''' THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED will dispatch Steamers from Fort Adelaide punc tually aa und...

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THE SUBURBAN HALF-ACRE. THE QUEEN OF FLOWERS. PRUNING THE ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE SUBURBAN HALFACRE THE QUEEN qf FLOWERS. * By 'Creenleaf.' (Written Exclusively for 'The Mail.'} PRUNING THE ROSES. 'Whom the Lord loveth He cbasteneth. ' I well remember, when a small boy, my frfather telling me 'that it hurt him more r?tfrhen I was thrashed than it did me.' ' 1 always had my doubts on the subj.ct ,^t that time; anyhow, he didn't make a'; K much noise about it. That feeling of --.pain at inflicting punishment on the little ? rose plant exists in the breast of the gar :*'dener; but it must be kept down by a ^.Strong determination tc do the right thing Svhen the chastening of the rose is neces i Bary. . ''' It seems a grievous thing to cut right back the little effort made by a beautiful and yet weak growing rose to throw out a few short shoots; and, on the other hand, . we feel like treating the strong grower jnthlessly, on account of its strength, and : iigour. THE MAIN PRINCIPLE. * For illustration — when a horse won't go . ' jsrou thrash it, but when it speeds...

Publication Title: Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE STAGE. Current Offerings—Coming Attractions— Motion Picture News—Personalities—Vaudeville and Dramatic Notes. NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. "THE QUAKER GIRL." [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

Current Offerings - Coming Attractions - Motion Picture News - Personalities - Vaudeville and Dramatic Notes. NEW OFFERINGS ^ H THE THEATRES, 'THE QUAKER GIRL.' The atmosphere of ''The Quaker Girl' is one that should appeal especially to Australian audiences— its; spontaneous re volt against Puritanism is so fresh and vigorous. Yet no extreme is reached in the other direction. There are, of course, naive suggestions that one or two of -the characters — the chief comic man in parti cular — are, like man}- men in real life, not above acting the festive rake on spe cial occasions, but there is no unseemly revelry on the stage. Xo one gets play tully drunk, or proposes to another man's wife, as in that deliehtful musical piece 'The Merry Widow;' in fact, there is nothing whatever, in it to shook the godly — yet the revolt against Puritanism is none the less marked. The Quakers' chorus, in the first scene, was pleasing and precty, and the chorus girLs, in Qua ker costume, were quite up t...

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

ZOMAH THE MENTAErji ' MARVEL. .*?*% ? -.-.? . fl ;?-?,* '*? »_ ? ^ mi m ? . rt -.-'.'. . .' 45., The problem of the ^ent:oonunmi&B|-S tion from one person to another is at 11*1 the most fascinating and provoking o&aKitii present. day, Le,, without the use of pHi questions. .' : UPsf . Many people have been able to tea M^P information to others by means of a» Hil borate code, and no doubt inost of utf Ej|p£ at some time or another witnessed fllB^g8; fitrations of tins kind. ? Recently Ld HHI audiences have been mystified bethel ?»§§ wonderful display of silent thought's HEMl mission given by Madaine Zomah uSMfHi Alhambra Theatre. 'Leicf*»r «m.w. BCSafli don, where the press says:— ?^TheSjKM^ been no more remarkable diqpiiir.aJ|Hlt kind in London- There .'«ras--*JTOHM|li weirdly fascinating, almost ;iincann|HB3J' fact, in the spectacle 'at this yrftSl;' of amusement during' 4he tame Eh^^§pjr : performing. - ..-%.-i_-j Jc . v Seated on the stage, Madame ^SjmaM ' was a f...

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

THE MAIL'S BILL BOARD. SHOWS TO SEE NEXT WEEK. THEATRE ROYAL. Every evening at S. Matinee, Mon day, at 1.45. J. C. AVilliamson's Royal Comic Opera Company, in 'The Qua ker Girl,' tuneful Comic Opera. TIVOLI THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8. Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. Most agreeable vaude ville, featuring the Aubrey M&Ualieu Comedy Company in clever Comedy, ?My Wife's Lover.' KING'S THEATRE. Every Evening, at S; Matinee next Monday, at 2.3Q. Generous bill of vaudeville, including Han ley, Margue rite, and Hanley, Continental Acro bats. Monday next, Zomah, th£ Mys tic MarveL TOWN HALL. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. Interesting se lection of Wondergraph Pictures and rapert) orchestra. Headliner: 'With Captain Scott to the Sooth Pole.' WEST'S OLYMPIA. Every evening kat 8. Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. West's pre-eminent and incomparable pictures and De Groen's Viceregal Orchestra. EMPIRE THEATRE. Every Evening, at 8; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. Pleasant pho...

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

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MUSICAL TOPICS. ADELAIDE AND GRAND OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

MUSICAI TOPICS.. By ' Cosmopolitan.' ADELADDE AND GBAND OPEBA. According to the present announced in tention the Quinlan Grand Opera will di vide its nine weeks' tour between Mel bourne and Sydney. It is to.be hoped, both for the artistic prestige of Adelaide and the musical education of the State, that before this organisation leaves Aus tralia it will play a short season in Ade laide. When the Melba Grand Opera Company was in existence it divided its season between the two eastern capitals, ana, only those who had the leisure and meaus to journey to Melbourne were able to see and bear. the famous diva in all her unrivalled greatness as the prima donna of the world's operatic stage. Ade laide was the first city in the Common wealth to have a properly endowed Con servatorium of Music, indeed, only the other day a Minister of the New South Wales Government was here making en quiries and gathering suggestions to form, a similar institution, inSydney. Not so long ago the distinction of...

Publication Title: Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WATTLE PATCH. ITEMS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

THE WATTLE PATCH. By v Geoff Swaine.' ITEMS OF THE WEEK. Two burglars met the other evening. 'What yer takin' on to-night, Bill?' ask ed one. 'Well, Fm goin' through a jewel ler's. What's your cop?' 'Oh, Tm bnrg larin' a policeman's .house directly.' 'A policeman's! Well, you do take on easy things.' Owing to the burglar scare a good many revolvers have peen purchased by suburbanites. Two ladies were discussing the situation. 'Where do you keep your revolver when your husband is away at night?' enquired one of them. 'On the mantelpiece, where I can get it easily.' 'Do you really?' remarked the first. 'I hide mine away on top of the wardrobe, where the burglar can't find it if he comes.' My bootmaker informs me that the prolonged dry] weather so affected boots that deacons, sidesmen, and other offi cers of the churches have come to him to oil their soles, as the Sunday squeak caused by the dry leather interrupts the singing and the sermons. CASUAL TtKMATTgK 'The Mail' has been proved...

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MARITIME TRAGEDY. Another Iceberg. Barque Supposed to Have Foundered. LONDON, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

IhSitime tragedy, ^V Another; Iceberg. VBarque Supposed to Have .. Foundered. LONDON, May 31. The banpre -Queen- 'Victoria, bound from TocopQkr to- the United King&jja. was sighted north-west of Cape Horn some tone ago, bat 'has not arrived at her dcRti na&ujB. She is supposed to have founder ed through striking an iceberg. A crew o£ 24 have gone down with her, including two Australians— Mr. Beak, the mate, and l^gesmsxt imifwd Talbect/

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A Fight to a Finish. P. & O. Service. May Be Suspended. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

1 A Fight to a Finish. -P. &0. Service. .^May Be Suspended. y- LONDON, June I. „ ' Although Government intervention may ^aMJ^tibe^ataationrJ'.t la*a*ait;ib looker ?iiif**«$£gU- to the finish. The strikers ^?gte- reiterated -their determination nor to ^?trork alongside non-unionists. The own ^Jers have stated that in future they will ^Bcnly employ those who do not belong to ^unions. ^^B About 200 ships are laid np in the ^KThames, but the unloading of a dozen ^?resaels is proceeding without interrnp Mf The P- & °- Company state that if the ^^Irike continues their whole service wiH be suspended. The employers are going far afield for ''free albour. About 200 have been re ? jjrnited from Liverpool.

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HORSEDEALINGS WITH INDIANS. Some Crude Ideas. "Seventeen Feet" Horses Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

HORSEDEAUNGS WITH INDIANS. Some Crude Ideas. 'Seventeen Feet' Horses Wanted. According to an old Indian horse-buyer, who is at present in -Adelaide, the natives of India give one the impression that thty think horees can be turned out of a mould out here. On a recent trip to India a native 'told him he wanted to get a horse. When questioned- as to the height the horse was to be he said he wanted one at least 17 ft.: high! The buyer laughed at him, and asked what length be would Uke. the equine to be, but the Indian only wanted one of ordinary length. In giv ing the height of the .horse he knew he wanted' a tall one, but did not know that in Australia they were measured by hands. A hand is only 4 in., and an 18-hand horse is reckoned to be the limit, so readers can imagine the task the buyer -was -set to get one 17 ft. high. Tbiis is a better one, though. An In dian had bought a pair of horses, but re turned a day or two later and said that one had his tail' elevated and the other ha...

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"INCARNATION OF A BOOK THIEF." Cathedral Library Ransacked. Sharp Sentence. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 1 June 1912

'1NCARNATON dQF A BOdkMBB^ ;?;?* Cathedral Library Ran* sadayL ?;} . Sharp Sentence. John Bdwarf Tinkfet; * %fipk Aea^c, of PentbnviUe, *«' found guilty «t Beter borough VfitaKfier SSW^ ? W t «P?CL« stealing and rettiving valuable doors from proved against him, and ne was sentenced to three years' penal ~ eewitnd^- ? '33-f thefts frojm the fi^ary, jSttcJi WS.Pfejl discovered by Dean Page in '1908, anSLsulj: sequent enquiries led. Jo, T^ntler'a arrest. Altogether- 215 books -wen $plen, mcluij* ing practically every vphfla^ relating t$ America. When Tinkler waa pharged he pleaded not guilty, asked no questions, and fnado no statement to aswiihjfy «jwfc -nra!uousi3jc made tor the jtojice^-tgxhe jplecfttuit tb* . books were' given to biin tp.ftjll by *5 ' educated Jew whom he nie^ W % ^^fw8 bouse in * Sidsnouib $^??B^» *v¥Pff^9 'inn. road. It was' shown, however, that thip man was an illiterate korse dealer. Arthur Champiqn tpld tw?w -e, fead sold . various, books for uiuw^ ^?%o ^^IH v*...

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