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Adelaide Express and Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia ii Minimi ii Sedna so Pelt s Sanderson s Silver Belt whisky sep pelts agents in Mills of the gods from the new York Herald by in their courses that marshalled their forces in their fight against Sis Era a wretch void of viscera 7 to whose folds Hind compassion is unknown do not harass the Kaiser the Meriest miser. Of All human feeling whose tender a pealing might Well soften the heart of Stone is a question that bothers Good people and others who will ask Why our maker permits such a fake to foul murder his creatures for years when a. Minimum measure of heavens displeasure would cause to diminish and speedily finish fierce deluge of blood and of tears Why our maker All seeing permits such a being As the Kaiser Wilhem this Earth to o ers Helm. With a Slaughter ferocious and fell and permits him in scheming to live while blaspheming Hod s name which he splices to his in his vices. Might Panzzie the Wisest to Tell. We but that cod s dealings with men and. Their feelings have a purpose of guiding find wisely pro Viding some of us Here but for All and our Faith is abiding that grist of backsliding in his Mills just and holy is ground very slowly but they grind it exceedingly Small and this Faith in god s goodness and. Hatred of lewdness sees the ultimate ends kept in store for his friends whom his Justice will never forsake but Sivill mete them Reward in the Jov of. The lord .7 " White the camouflaged crimps and the crime covered Imp s " of the Devil the Devil will take James Burke. Uses for baseball bats. Bulging eyeballs have been characteristic of the Small boys of America whose image nations have been staggered by the announcement that 144,000 baseball bats have been provided for the american soldiers in Fiance Good old St. Nicholas with All his carpet Ely of philanthropy could t turn out so Many Pill Paster from his planing Mill in Polar parts in a decade As the y.m.c.a., the soldiers Santa Claus dug no in a few Days. These bats if Laid end to end would stretch More than one Hundred Miles. Baseball bats in the hands of the boys at the front will help keep them fit for their 1918 explorations in the land of the Heathen Hun for while base Halls like germs should be handled with gloves the germans should to handled like bats without gloves. Hie Palmiert Days of the american army Are ahead. Two Sisters kiss the Flag All the girls employed in. The Haddocks pottery in Trenton new Jersey turned wit to see Trenton s last contingent of Young men Start for Camp Dix on february 28, and most of the girls cheered and some of them threw kisses at the boys. When the Young men had passed by a committee of the girls reported to the superintendent of the pottery that Eliza. Beth and Margaret Paine Sisters of Ger. Man parents but born in America had denounced the United states and the tree . The patriotic girls were told the Case was in their hands so they arraigned the Paine Sisters and gave them the alternative of a ducking in the canal or kissing the Flag and pledging allegiance. The Sisters kissed the Flat and pledged allegiance to the United states in the presence of All other employees. The pot Tery whistle was blown joyously and work was resumed. I Dumag Subtle revenge. When. Alexandre Dumas the drench novelist was a Young Man he was grievously insulted by a Man whom he had regarded As his Friend everyone expected him to punish the offender severely but instead he began looking non him with More consideration and apparent friendliness than he had Ever shown before. At length three years later when the erstwhile Friend was to be married the novelist was asked to serve As Best Man and did so. W in the ceremony was Over and the guests were leaving some one remarked to Dumas i have often wondered at your kindness to this Man. Surely yours is a remarkably forgiving nature for although he insulted you grossly you have assiduously studied his Happi Ness Ever since and even assisted him in getting quite right answered Dumas. I flatter myself that. I have Given the Fel Low the most furious and Lynx eyed Mother in Law to be found in Drance perfume used by men. A Prophet a fanatic or a practical joker which of these three is the Man who now tells us that history like a machine gun is asks a new York paper and that the Cycle having been completed the world is about to enter upon another Era conspicuous for its perfumed fops ruffled dudes and swaggering dandies it might be Well for this forecaster who Calls up the ghosts of the seventeenth Century to re member that so far As perfumery is concerned men. Have never Given up its use they have simply used it in a different form. Ever since sir Walter Raleigh blew smoke rings at Queen Elizabeth men have been addicted to the use of perfumery in a form which is put up in boxes instead of in bottles and which gives off rarefied fumes visible to the naked Eye. Tobacco the Boon companion of Many a Man occupies the highest throne in the s vegetable kingdom and is the Friend of Kings and hoboes Bankers and blacksmiths saints and sinners. Have you Ever met or. Nick o. Teens wife who sprays Versai with Green stuff from a bottle As if she were a Bug about to be exterminated and. Then scolds because her husband s hateful habit makes the House smell so smudge and says that the Only appropriate decoration for his coffin when he Dies will be smoke wreaths keeping a stiff upper lip. An american correspondent writing from London to a new York paper Early in april said in a bus tic other Day i saw a weather beaten Soldier who will have a great dead to Tell his children and grand children some Day if he comes through the War. He lumbered into the bus with his steel helmet hanging Over his shoulder his boots spattered with mud and Clad in the full regalia of the trenches. He was Wear ing the ribbons of the d.c.m., the m.m., the hons Star the French Croix de Guerre the russian St. George s Cross the Sudan medal of 1898, the South african Queen s and King s medals the Natal re Bellion medal and the Long service medal. On his left was the wound Stripe and upon the right one red and three Blue service chevrons. Nearly every one in the bus arose As be stepped in but he remained standing. Every one wanted to sneak to him but he did t encourage conversation. Finally an elderly Man in the most condescending Way said i guess you be been where the fighting has been pretty hot yes said the Warrior politely. 1 you be been through other wars again politely we re going to win. The War Aren t we after a pause. If the people at Home keep As stiff ail upper lip As the Fellows Over in France do Well 3?As about All continued from Page 1. Austri Aims , Rome june 10. An italian official dispatch issued this evening states our Advance posts in the Val Lagarino and in three other sectors frustrated Surprise attacks by Large enemy detachments. Italian add British patrols drove Back austrian reconnoitre no parties along the Mountain front. They also Cap tured arms and material in a raid near Tro Dellorso. _ a fierce Battle. German Effort stopped London june 9. A Trench communique issued this Atter noon states the germans launched at midnight"1 a violent artillery preparation from the Region to the North of Mont Didier to the East of the Oise. Our batteries immediately intensified their counter fire. At 4.30 o clock this morning the enemy at tacked Between Mont Didier and i Loyon. We Are resisting with magnificent bravery a the cover the Battle is now progressing. Between the Oise and the Aisne we this morning carried out a detail operation to the East of Haut Naye and gained ground. Be made prisoners of 60 men. To the South of the Bourcq we improved our positions to the cast of Chevy. The enemy who or it Torlif 1t� on saturday night succeeded in penetrating our lines in the direction of Vilna was immediately ejected by our counter attack. We simultaneously carried the Loup Wood and this morning we captured the Wood immediately to the South of Bru Siores. We made prisoners of 200 men including five officers in these operations. To the West of Rheims after a Sharp bombardment the ene my attacked us in the. Or indy District and Tihey sustained serious losses without result. British line quiet. Field Marsha sir Douglas Haig in his night 10.5 . Communique says i have nothing to belgians withstand pressure. A belgian communique issued to night states artillery actions have been particularly Lively in the regions of nieuport and Dix Mude during the past two Days. The enemy unsuccessfully attempted to penetrate our lines near St. George s yesterday evening. The German Story. The wireless German evening official com Munique just issued 11,40 . States to the Westward of the Oise we captured the Gary height and the aborting lines. A violent attack. Vigorous French resistance. Paris june 10. A French communique says this morn ing a German offensive developed with sustained violence on a front of 35 kilo metres Between Mont Didier and the Oise. The enemy using important forces repeatedly strove to break in our lines. Our troops everywhere withstood the Shock and along the whole Battle line fought obstinately stopping or seriously slowing Down the enemy thrust. On on left the enemy foiled to Cross our cover zone and our troops Are at close grips with the enemy. On line extends from. Robe court to be Fere toy and Mortimer. In the Centre the enemy s Progress was More appreciable after successive at tacks which were murderous for the enemy they got a footing in the villages of re sous or Matz and. Marseilles where our first line of units Are contesting the ground foot by foot. On the right the enemy encountered a similar resistance and despite his repeated efforts was held on a front from Belval to Canne Stancourt Ville. Ean enemy attack Breaks Down. Rondo june 10. An american communique states a fresh enemy attack at night to the North Westward of chateau Thierry in the Vici nity of Boure Sches broke Down with severe enemy losses. Good Aerial work. London june 10. In his aviation report sir Douglas Haig says Low Clouds interfered with air work on june 6, hut our aeroplanes con stantly machine gunned the enemy behind his lines. Co operating with the French we heavily bombed Nesle and Fresnoy les Roye. Nine tons of bombs were dropped in the daytime. We dropped two tons at night time on the Don railway station and the Salome dump eastward of la Bassee and brought Down four and drove Down two machines. No British aeroplanes axe missing. The enemy s Chagrin. / Park june 10 military critics attach great importance to the steady reduction of the enemy s salient Between chateau Thierry and Vil lers Cotteret Forest. The operation is clearly intended to safeguard the railway Junction at Lizy sur Bourcq and the approaches thereto. The enemy s Chagrin in failing to retain the lost ground was deepened on finding the americans increasingly prominent beside the French and that in no encounter with them has he scored As he expected. On Active service. Casualty list so. 408. Casualty list no. 405 will be published in i the advertiser on thursday. Australian soldiers. Died for their country. Or. And mrs. F. Frerichs of Magoji Road Beu-1 Lah Park have been informed that their third son private Jack Frerichs of the 50 the Bitta lion died from wounds on May 2s, after 3 years service. He had previously been thrice wounded. He was a brother of Hie late private Frank fre Richs who made the supreme sacrifice in France in 1916. Wounded. Sergeant of. W. Lummel son of or. J. F. Kurnel of cloned has been wounded in private a Del peng1lly, son of mrs. Pen Gilly Apple Grove my Ponga is suffering from gunshot wound left foot severe. Sapper a. C. Tax sell. Son of or. Joseph Tan sell Angus Road Cottonville 1ms Ike ii gi95d. Trooper j. W. Waldon of the oth Light horse a Western australian has been wounded third occasion. Sapper b. Mundy 1st australian tunnelling j company has been gassed. Answered the Call enlistments. The following men enlisted on monday messes. H. A. Ball Bank officer k. 0. Wolton Gardener Eggers farm hand g. R. Finch far Mer m. To. Kelly Blacksmith k. Redmond labourer. Also papers from the country for a. G. Shion. S. Bungey to. If. Ralph. At the town Hall recruiting depot on Mon 1 Day eight volunteers for Active service were a Cepter one was unfit and six were deferred. Labor proposals. The War credits. ? Sydney june 11. The a Abor coherence continued. Its sic Tings on monday night. Or. Oatts m.h.r., Lias submitted for the consideration of delegates printed proposals in Refe rence to the War credits. If adopted these would be recommended to the Perth conference. Among the suggestions Are that All private Banks and companies Deposit their reserves in the Gominho wealth. Bank the Bank to act As a Clearing House for All Australia War credits an d to consolidate All existing War stocks or Bonds to be re deemed by the Commonwealth Bank at a regular Tate of say �40,000,000 a year. Personal news. Amongst the passengers who arrived in. Adelaide by the Melbourne express on tuesday were a number of representatives j of the australian labor party from tire Eastern states who Are on their Way to j attend the triennial conference which opens in Perth on june 17. The party which later on joined the East West express was met by or. L. L. Hill . President and or. F. W. Birrell Secretary of the South australian Branch of the australian labor party and or. J. Gunn . Leader of the opposition Iti the House of Assembly. It included senators Ferricks Queensland. Long Tasmania and Barnes Victoria messes. A. C. Willis j. Power g. Sutherland a. Rao. T. I. Mutch . New South j Wales messes. A. Stewart j. Hollow Way m. Is Blac Bairn. J. H. Scullin and cd Bennett Victoria and or. J. Mckay official reporter. Other representatives from the Eastern states and those from Victoria will leave Adelaide for Perth on thursday. The Premier Hon. A. H. Peake and or. Clement Giles returned on tuesday morn Itig from Melbourne where they at tended a meeting of the australian wheat Board. Or. E. W. Hocking of Perth who has been visiting the Eastern states passed through Adelaide on tuesday on his Way to the Western slate. I the position of stationmaster at Waike j Rie. In succession to or. F. I Penaluna resigned Lias Lieen Lleti by the appoint ment of or. W. J. Cullen of Yar Cowie. The Transfer is a promotion for the lit i Tor officer. -. T i the vacancy in the engineering l?e-1 apartment at port Wakefield caused. Of the resignation of or. F. O Brien who was District Foreman for the Western i Row gauge system has been filled by the j appointment of or. M. Quinn from the great Northern " an injured leg. While walking along the platform at the Gladstone goods Sheds on saturday or. J. Pitman fell heavily on his left knee. Tie was badly Hurt and first Aid was rendered by the station master or. J. Brooks and other helpers from. The railway station. A Ketch sunk. As the Ketch Tam o Shantur was com ing into port Brough Tori on. June 9 she ran ashore on a Bank and the tip falling she turned Over and Sank. She is now an obstruction in the Channel Winch will be a navigable until she is removed. The Ketch is owned by Cap Tain. S. Malley. The pointers dispute. Tint cd. At the Industrial court Dent i r. Jethro Brown on tuesday. Sir Josiah Symon k.c.,. With by. T. J. Browne appeared for the employees and sir. Angas Parsons k.o.,sl.p1., for the employers. A v. C. Crook Alt menacing Printer at the advertiser office was further Cross examined of sir Josiah Symon. J Liberal Union. The Mitcham Man s Branch met in the Council Chambers Kingswood on thursday evening when or. 1. Lithgow presided Over a fair Otte Danes. The Secretary a. B. Jellett reported haying paid All accounts in connection with the elections. The following Resolution was forwarded to the head office Liat this meeting protests against tile proposal at the premiers conference to Grant life passes to sex premi Cra acid other politicians failure to a Vance appeared before i .1, to sin Clair. S.m., at the pert Adelaide police cab rec on tucs " a left sitting in the above the isobars or tines of equal barometer pressure arc shove the values being indicated by the figures at the end of each line. Direction of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind Light to moderate Breeze fresh to Strong " heavy Gale Ujj " Gale 0 represents Calm. The state of the sea is shown by the letters s smooth Moderator rough r very rough. X indicates rain Haa fallen. To Day s South Australia More general Rains but heaviest Over Southern areas. North West to South West winds. Squally on the coast barometer and thermometer readings. The barometer readings above Are corrected 4 to sea level phases of the Hook. First Quarter june 16 full Moon june 24. Liast Quarter july 1 now Inola july a. Calendar tuesday. June 11, Sun rises 7/23 ., sets .8 . Moon rises 0.9 Sets 7.31 . Them Oreter read egg tuesday 2 in the Sun u3.0. In the Shade 01.0. Minimum 49.0. For the 24 hours enior Tunc 12. 8.30 I supplied by or. H. A Hunt Commonwealth j Western generally South of Gascoyne with widespread Rains. North West winds. Strong to pales on the West coast. South general Rains but heaviest Over Southern areas. North West to South West winds. Squally on the coast. , cold frosty night Over South Ern half. South West to South East winds. New South , cold foggy frosty night hut rain setting in in the West quickly and extending to Western slopes within 48 hours Westerly winds chiefly. Victoria unsettled with general Rains. North West to West winds. Squally in the Straits. and squally with rain. North West winds. Strong to forecasts. Squally and rough. East from Borda and Horth j West pales on West coast of Western Australia extending later to the bight. Elsewhere smooth to moderate. I meteorological is otes. Weather conditions at tuesday throughout the Commonwealth. Synopsis. Western to showery in tile West and South West and Dull co or the Goldfields otherwise Clear or scattered Cloud. Calms and North to West winds chiefly. Light rain re corded at scattered. Places in the West South West and on South Clouds on. And near Southern Border outlier Wise Clear throughout. South East to South West Windoft frosts. Over parts o South Eastern Quarter.3b rain re ported. 3ew South to Dull at scattered places West from tablelands. Alan fogs Over Central and Southern districts otherwise Clear. Few frosts. West to South winds chiefly. Very Light rain recorded at a few places in riverine. And Southern tablelands. I Victoria Clear in West Gipp Dland and places in Central districts but chiefly Cloudy to Dull Light ram at a few places and some fogs and frosts. Calms and North to West winds. Light .1 rain recorded fairly generally but Only scattered in Gipp to showery in the West arid South elsewhere chiefly Clear or few Clouds. Calms and variable winds. Light to moderate rain recorded in the West and Light elsewhere but very scattered in East. South or few Clouds in parts of far North and West elsewhere Cloudy to show cry or raining. North West to South West winds chiefly. Light rain recorded in Western districts and South from Wilmington. When you Are Hun Down Vous and lacking Confidence or spirit to follow your Day s duties take Clements tonic. We Are living in the is that create Vous tension and upset the Normal state of living when we require to have our nerves Strong and our bodies sound and insured against ill health. The world is at War and the effect of it is reflected in our daily lives. It is Best to keep ourselves healthy by using the one great recognised health i and strength creating Medicine Clements tonic. It is sold by All chemists and stores and is Only another tame for health. Pslzca2/12 d rapes a pei3txs advertiser general part song Teetge. ios Alvenas the rain fall. The following is the rainfall for the 24 hours ended 8.30 Tuesday june u Ardea 0 Points Tipper , 3 Points Wei Rose 16 Jisoo Croo Centre a Wir Rabara 12 App Ila 9 Johnburg 1 Orr Oroo 4 Black Bock 3 Peter Borough 3 Yong la 3. Lower North port Broughton 3 Points Bute a Laura 8 Ca Towie 4 Jamestown is Buie Lapeer waterworks 17 Gladstone 8 Crystal Brook 3 Georgetown 8 Marridy 4 bed Hili 10 Spalding Gulnare 21 y aka 5 Lunga 5 snow7 of town 13 Brinkworth 19 Blyth 2u Clare 20 i min Taro 12 wafer Vale 14 Auburn 12 Hoyle ton 6 Balaklava 4 port Wakefield 6 Terowie 2 y7arco\vie,. 6 Hallett 8 mount Bryan 4 Burra. S. Farrells Flat 8. Murray , 6 Points Saddleworth 5 Marrabell 12 Riverton 5 tar Lee 7 Stockport. A Harnley Bridge 3 froeling 2 Greenock ,19 Stockwell 3 Nurio Otapa 4 an Gas ton 6 Anunda 10 Landoch 7 Williams town 14. Adelaide Plains. Mhz Nln 0 Points Jose , 7 Gawler a two Wells 6 Virginia 5 Smithfield 7 Salisbury 12 North Adelaide 22 Adelaide. 16 Seaton 31 Glenelg 33 Brighton .41 Mitcham 18 Unley 17 Rose Park 22 Glen Osmond 17 Magill is Paradise 25 St. Peters .19. J mount lofty tree Gully 19 Points Stirling West 69 raid la 33 Clarendon 18 f Morphett Vale 27 Noa Lunga 19 Illunga 39 1 Ald Iuga 28. My Pong 44 Nonu Anville 15 Yan Kalilla 26 mount pleasant 19 Birdwood 22 1 gum Eracha 30 Millbrook Reservoir 33 Tweed Vale 40 Woodside 23 Ambleside is Nairn 14 , 14 Chunga 23 Macclesfield 12 Meadows 20 Strathalbyn 5. River , 10 Points Miling a Wellington 2 Callington 2 magnum 7 Palmer. 10 Sedan .3 Eulunda 1 Loxton 2 Renmark 6. Burn 1 Point. West of Spencer s s Bay 1 ipe Nong 12 Murat Bay 35 Smoky Bay 5 Petina 9 Streaky Bay 9 Talia 5 port Ellis ton. 20 Cummins 21 port Lincoln 36 Tunby 7 car Row 2 Arno Bay 4 Cleve 6 Cowes & Yorke s , 2 Kadina 6 Houta 6 Green s Plains 19 Maitland 16 Ardrossan 16 port Victoria 23 Curra Mulka. 29 Winlaton 20 Stansbury 18 Larooka 14 Yorke town 10 edit Burgh 3. South coast Cape Borda 96 paints Kings Cote 31 Penn Eshaw 28 Victor Harbor 21 port Elliot 36 Golowa 23. South East Pinnaroo 3 Lameroo 1 Parra Irie 6 Geranium 9 Peake 11 Cooke s Plains 5 Cooman Dook 9 Coon Alpen 15 tint Inara 13 Keith 6 Kingston 21 Beac port 15 Millicent Adelaide rainfall. Average rainfall for 79 years 21.05. Average rainfall for ,79 years from january 1 to end of june 10.08. L total rainfall from january 1, 3918, to Date 5.61. Total for corresponding period or 1917, 12,21. Inter state rainfall. Western , 20 Points Yal �00, 6 Southend Cross 2 kellerberr1n7j2"Perth, 1 Cape Leeuwin 4.lba�y, 16 Esperance 10 Eyre 5. , 3 Points Portland a Warrian Booi 7 Cape Otway 5s ech Tica 4 Bendigo 2 Ballarat 1 Melbourne 1 Wilson s Promontory 27 , 1 Point Hythe 2 Cope sore -3 Zee ban 70 Stanley 19 Low cad 3g Jwaun Caston 2o Eddystone 4, semaphore , june 11low water 10.40 High water 4.40 . Labor and War. Party s debate almost " finished. Sydney june 9. The debate upon War questions by the new South Vales Bravich of the australian labor party has practically finished and the debate will be continued by the enter state conference in Perth. It is under stood that the delegates have been instructed upon vital matters such As recruiting Aud War q questions and it would seem that the result of the Perth conference Only Vytill count in the Long run. The change in the personnel of the Dele Gates to the inter state conference is in scene quarters regarded As a set Hack for the militants but other sources state that the Industrial Section has hot received any considerable set Hack As nearly All the members elected to the state executive were on the ticket of that party the inclusion of or. Catts ., and or. Mutch m.l.a., it was stated was due to the feeling that the presence Ftp men versed in tie int peaches of politics was advisable in View Iff the representation of other states by several politicians. One of the live sections which according to re ports sought to elect their candidates to the state executive was the industrialist Section a complicated position has Arisen by reason of a development within the Industrial Section itself. It is asserted that the party has now a majority of the delegates within its fold As a result of a Rule of that body empowering the industrialists to incorporate All delegates to the conference who Are in favor of its pro gramme. Among the Union delegates Dis satisfaction has been expressed at this practice and the formation of another Section representing the complaining unions has even been suggested As a future possibility. The Coal Supply. As Only a few Colliers visit port Adeia de the Coal stocks live been reduced but this week the imports will be slightly heavier. On saturday the Collier Saros arrived from Newcastle with 4,500 tons or l Coal which she commenced discharging on monday morning. Messes. Huddart Parker & co s Steamer yarn is expected by Way of Bobart with Timber and an unknown Quantity of Coal on wednesday and the same company s Collier Corio from Newcastle will arrive on Friday with 3,000 tons of Coal. Of in rare How von trifle with Fortune. Once you re Down All the world will despise to defect fraud deceit and extortion to cautious and Thrifty and Wise. And beware of the treacherous Winter there s coughs colds and chills to Ead Urc in preserving your health be no 6tiofer, take Woods Reat iut Oro. �l6&k the share Market i latest business. The express office tuesday a a London Middle quotations. Metals. 1 4/0 Silver Standard 4/0j. �110 5/ Copper sport�110 5/. �123 Copper electrolytic�123. �29 10/ Lead spot�29 10/. �2s 10/ l Ead forward�23 10/. �54 Spelter spot�54. �50 Spelter forward�50. �330 10/ tin spot�330 10/. �330 10/ tin forward�330 10/. Tie Market on tuesday was on the quiet Side in All sections. Prices of Barrier stocks opened lower than overnight but improved Dut eng the. Morning and Westonia stocks were a Little better than monday s closing. Investment and trading issues Hud business in War loan that due 1925 easing 5/, while the 1927 was unaltered. Light Exchange was reported in Adelaide Cement Ordin Harris Scarfe at 7 d above the previous Sale and in. Wallaroo mount Lyell fertiliser at last rates. A fair amount dealing took place in wheat certificate scrip for nil harvests changing hands at monday s rates the 1917-18 Harvest had the greater proportion to the trading. Of alteration were noted in Zinc shares but while Hampden and Lyells held to previous quotations Wallaroo had Sellers at 3d. Below last rates. In Ilie Barrier Section Early business in some lines was at rather less than monday s Dos ing prices but at bight change an improvement was noticed. Brokens finished 3d. Better than overnight and old British were within a Point of last prices., souths paid sold at 1/ better than monday s buying figures but norths cased 3d., to 61/9. Junctions were virtually unchanged. N in the Gold Section mo6t of the rather limited business reported was in Westonia stocks and at a further Advance. Deep Levels Rose lid to 17/11, and improved on. Buyers offers. Edna Mays kept steady but central3 weakened a Point or two. Quotations for the other Gold stocks were virtually a repetition of overnight s bids. Sales reported on the Stock Exchange up to 12.30 . War loan 1025�109 10/. War loin 1927�101 10/. I Adelaide Cement ord15/4j. Harris Scarfe ord22/71, 22/9 50. Wallaroo mount Lyell fertiliser 22/3, wheat 1915-1 7 Harvest 1 1wm. Wheat 1910-17 Harvest 7 1-lsd. Wheat 1917-18 Harvest Llyd. Brokens 70/0, 71/. British old43/3, 43/41. British new40/9. Junctions cons/9. Norths 61/p. Souths paid�10 19/. Edna May 29/3. Edna Central 14/4. Edna 5 a a Levels 17/2, 17. 17/1l its str notes. Edna May Golden Point. The Secretary of the Edna my Gowen i Point 3fr. E. M. Twiss reports tint leases nos. 2715 and 2s31 at we Tonga known As the Edna Hay Consols and adjoining the Golden Point have been acquired by the Golden Point company. Bobbt Beuce investment broker member Stock Ere change of btiilding3 Tele phone s8s. Wheat certificates bought or sold of commission. E1s9 1s0 shipping news sailed port 11. Kapara Melbourne. F a Toriaga at Rossan. I Juno port Vincent. Vessels to arrive. Taimana Western Australia daily. Yandra Eastern states thursday. Corio Newcastle Friday. Eur Mccalla Melbourne sunday. Wai Pori Melbourne saturday. � Ware Atea Tasmania tuesday. Inter state projected departures. Eastern , june 12 Elmeralla j tag 17 Dimboola june in Wandro june 27. Western , june 11 Milliner june is Dini Bola june 2s. In Tell state vessels in port. Saros Newcastle. North Parade wharf. A loading Coal. A Law Tasmania in the Dock. Unloading River Levels. J above summer level. Tuesday june 11 food or height at charge in critical stage. I1 Oha. 21 hoi respite. In. It. In. It. In. I Gundagai. 21 0 60n.c. Wagon Ragga 20 0 1 1 0 in i Deniliquin 20 0 . Hay v. 16 0. 5 95 0 of Moulmein 13 0 11 1" o a Balranald 13 0 10 9 0 so a Codora 10 0 Low. Mun Gundi Low _ Mogil 20 0 Low y1 Namal 23 0 3 0 . Baryon 32 0 Low by brew Arrina. 33 0 s3 . Bourke 40 o Low i Louth 3 6. . Tuper 02 / Wilcannia 360 "9 . Men indie 27 0 . Ipod Oncaric 25 0 3 0 i Wentworth. 21 0 12 2 . Alburg. 11 0 9 0 0 7f Wab Gunyah. 21 o . Echuca 30 f 2.5 10 of Swan Hill 12 0 . Euston 32 0 20 7 0 7b Overland Comer 11 0 . Morgan 10 0 9 3 .0 so Runmark 21 0 96 1 2b Yetman _ . E. Rise f. Fall. . No record . Summit of i level . No change. Commercial news. The express office tuesday Jane 11, wheat. Feed grains a. Wheat for flour for Export to Hon Kong and Shanghai is a for Java and other Eastern ports 6/41 shipments in All instances up to the end of june. South Africa 6/3 new zealand 5/s local Trade 4/0. Wheat for shipments Grain new zealand 5/9 to other markets special application has to be nude for quotations. maximum Price metropolitan area �10 15/, net Cash at Mill door j country Range from �10.2jg to �10 15/, Mill door. Mill maximum Price Hilrah �4 15/ Pollard �5 per tonnes Cash at Mill door. Hay cutters quotations for Best wheaten shaved delivered in Adelaide �3 2/6 to �3 5/ per ton. Chaff per ton of 2,240 la. Cutters quotations parcels on trucks Mae end railway station �4 15/ to �4 17/g per Toh bags in delivered �5 2/6 to �5 5/ bags in for Export Trade �3 7/g fo.b., nominally port Adelaide. locals growers lots m the Market �6 to �6 10/ victorian Carmens �5 to �5 10/ Snow fakes �5, in truck lots to merchants at mile end to arrive. South Eastern Ile skins Mih cents�5 10/ Snow flakes mount gambler�110/ to �5, at mile end. local �15,. In the Market Vic Torian. About �15 to to �16 Sauth Ila siem �14, trucks mile end. . To 10sd., for Large to loaf mature 12d. To 124d. , factory cured sides 10d., lord. Per la. Hams 12d. Butter thursdays Market factory makes Range from 1/6 to 1/s special brands to 1/sj per la. Separators and dairies 1/5 to 1/6 Well selected stores and collectors lines 1/2 to 1/4. Almonds new Brandis 1/4 mixed soft Shell 1/3 kernels 2/.honey.4/d. Ver la. For prime extracted. Eggs thursday s Market guaranteed fresh Hen. 1/4 Duck 1/5. Torn by barbed wire. Oneala june 10. On saturday Keith Sparks aged 11 years a Eon of or. S. Sparks Fanner near Yong Ala was Riding a bicycle alongside a barbed ire Fence when be struck the barbs and his face was frightfully torn. He walked Home after the Accident although suffering severely from loss of blood. Or. Aitken of Jamestown was sent for. And he round it necessary to insert several stitches. Price of linseed Oil. The prices commissioner stated on tues Day that the Price of linseed Oil had been fixed at the rates ruling on june 3. Owing to shortage of freight from India there was a Scarcity of raw materials and the Price of linseed Oil had been fixed to pre1, vent advantage being taken by holders of available stocks of the shortage disclosed by the census recently taken. For chronic Chest complaints Woods great Peppermint care l/6and 2/9. P121-212 printed arid published daily by John Langdon Bonython carrying on business As j. L. Bonython & coat the offices of the advertiser the chronicle and the express ring William and. Way moot streets Adelaide a month a Straks ,
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