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ELECTRIC WELDING ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

ELECTRIC WELDING ARRIVES. The ' British Government has Invited the Institution of Electrical Engineers to put forward suggestions for ensur ing the safety of operators engag?.drin > electric welding. This circumstance, combined "with the approval by Lloyds of electric welding-for ship's hulls un der certan condition's, is a proof that this process of jointing 'steel, will prove a formidable, rival' of 'riveting. Hitherto no general" regulations have covered electric welding, and the firms engaged in it have adopted .their own ' method,.. wlHch"'seems"lo 'have .'bee'n fajrh* succssful in .protecting' the ope rator himself from in ate ri^.1 'hurt. ^ The main difficulty is" apparently, to. ^Safe guard other workraen\who, especially in the open conditions of shipyard work, will petsist.'in -watching: .the ope rators. The ultra-violet rays.from the welding have. an..injurious; action- op tlm. eye, ;aud.-t3ie ,inf.ra-r-ed, ray.s. burn the skin. Sir Williajn Crookes has in vented a glas...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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PREVENTING THE GROWTH OF CAST-IRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

PREVENTING THE GROWTH OF CAST-IRON. Amongst the fascinating problems which make engineering science at once a most exactng and a most fruitful study, the characteristic behaviour of metals under varying conditions pro vides many curious cases. For ex ample, grey cast-iron grows appreci ably in volume when exposed to high temperature. This characteristic, which causes much trouble in cast dirs. valve seatings, and other part?, is helie\ed to be due to internal oxidation caused by the penetration of hot gases into the metal. A remedy recently sug gested in England is to eliminate free graphite from the surface of the metal, this being the cause of its poro sity. Successful results have been obtained by annealing the parts for several days in iron rust at a tempera ture of from 1,050 to l.S^O degrees, Fahrenheit.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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SMOOTHER SHIPS FOR SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

SMOOTHER SHIPS FOR SPEED. From the considerable amount" of experience that lias been obtained in England on ;he construction of steam and motor ships with electrically weld ed joints, there is every reason to be lieve that welding will become one of the standard processes in shipbuild ing. By the elimination of rivets and meting much material and a great deal of costly and tediou? labour are saved. The welded ship, being lighter and having- a smooth skin, can carry: more caYgo and' make higher speed than a vessel with riveted joints. The welded joint can be made much supe rior to the riveted joint in compact ness and strength. At present : it' v. on Id not be wise to have a welded" vessel built by other than a firm of tlife highest repute, but there is no doubt that a lirst-cbss shipbuilder, using ail the resources at his disposal, can turn out a welded ship wilich offers more advantages, structural and other wise. than are obvious from a first con sideration of the problem.

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LORD NORTHCLIFFE KNOWS "NO BETTER WAY OF SPENDING MONEY." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

LORD NORTKCLIFFE KNOWS "NO BETTER WAY OF SPEND ING MONEY." Lord Northcliffc, "'the Napoleon of British journalism," had -ample oppor tunity of observing the work of the Red Triangle among troops in France. This is his opinion:-"A soldier said to me once. 'It's the Y.M.C.A. that keeps us human.' It does what no Other organization is doing or could do. In the monotonous life, of Ihe troops in the field the Red Triangle shines with .steady, comforting glow. There could, in mj' opinion, he no better way of spending money than, giving the Y.M.C.A. the fullest op portunity 10 make the soldier more comfortable and more contented with his lot."'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

W. W. MEADOV^S, of Peter borough, wishes to Thank all friends .for their "Ripdness and expres sions of sympathy, during his" recent sad tiereavettierit;" -?*?, ?,i-:V - -? .. .-"

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He Editor's Notebook. Rumor Exploded. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

He Editor s Notebook. Rumor ExploM. London cables announce the i marraige of Miss. - Elizabeth Asquith to Prince Antoirn Bibesco ,of the Roumanian Legation .in London. y Miss Asquith is a talented lady and dur ing the war rendered gxeat assistance to the British' Bed Crosi and Hospitals generally. She posessea great powers of twymUing ability, and some of her items staged in London came in for very favor . able eomxnent. - Humor had it that Miss Asquith was engaged to the sailor son of Admiral Von Tirpitz, wlio somtoanded the German Navy, but recent events must explode tha+r->mor. Prosperity. The record of the Savings Bank 1 is a true indication of the prosperity. of the Australian worker. In 1907-08 the total Savings . Bank depositors within the Commonwealth was 2,335,920, and the money lying-to their credit i46,147,478. In 1916-17 the de positors numbered 2;608,718, with ^107,036,698 their property. In 1908 - the average amount per depositor was ^33 15/10, and to-day it stands ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

Hens Heavy working Boots 14/9 and 15/9. Pare Wool Qnka Blankets and Rug# adl prices. . , last opened new Carpet Squares, linoleums and * C. N. Mayings. Remnants Galore, To-day. CHINNER'SPIG WHITE STORE SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. t . The unequalled remedy for colds, influenza, chest complaints, neuralgia, indigestion, rheumatism.* Sander's Ex tract, the sure protection from .ail in fections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis. Sander's Extract,, the great healer of wounds^ burns, ulcers, sprains, skin: diseases. Sander's 'Extract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria to contain antiseptic and healing substances not . present in other eucalyptus prepara tions, hence: its superior and unique -curative power. Sander1* Extract, the . only eucalyptus product prepared ex clusiv«lv from the leaves and refine*! lay. special process, is free from. their . ritating and heart-depressing effect of die common eucalyptus-and the scH called "extracts," and is s^for intet-^ jial; and. exter...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

COURSING. A meeting the Peterborough Coursing Club was held April 24, at Murphy's Junction Hotel. Business was principally the election of officers, and arranging for first coursing stake. Mr. J. Cockrane was again elected pat ron, Mr. P. B. Murphy president, and there were also a large num ber of vice-presidents elected It was decided to run a 32-dog stake 6n Monday, June' 23, and follow ing day if necessary. As Mr. T. Ridge has relinquished judging for a time, Mr. Enright was duty elected judge, and Mr. M. Liddy slipper. The Club expect to have a record meeting this year, as hares are very plentiful, and there are a great number of dogs around the district: Mr. P. B. Murphy, a great coursing en thusiast, . is also presenting a -trophy for the winner of the first stake.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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OPENING OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

/OF^SpASON-i;. _ ionwil]l>e ^SatSpSay), jfcjffarowie' 6Vat, ^nd : "^att tanwi play on "the grpuod of the latter. Critchley willumpire the former match and McKay the latter. . Most of the teams in the ; asBocia-' tion have had a couple of practice games this season, but, neverthe less, players are yet on the green " side, and .will need a 1 few matches to reproduce old form. The following have been selec ted to represent the Ramblers in a matchT against Terowie on the show grounds next Saturday: W. Adams (Capt.y, H. T." Taylor* . A. Meadows, G. Budden, B. Quin trell, £. Cotton, H. Drew, S. Flat* ten, M. Inglis, 6. Virgin, C. Olifent, L. Lathlean, C Spooner, E. Coffin, H. Donaldson, F. Brim . age E. McNamara, K. Manthorpe. Emergencies - W. Klaebe, WV Tripney, F. Lock, and G. Hill. Ramblers visited Jamestown last Saturday, and. were defeated by a local combination by 3 goals 2 behinds to 8 behinds. The newly formed United team had their first outing on Saturday, when they paid a vis...

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FLOOD RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

FLOOD RELIEF FUND. In reference to,above, to which at tention was drawrit last week, the treasurer (Mr. K. M. Torr) has hand ed us the following statement. So far nothing definite has been arrang ed as regards the Government sub sidy^ but a-n effort is to be made to finalize the matter as early as possi ble. A further allotment is to be made this week, and if correspondents will forward copies' of letters, handed to us last week, to the committee, the matter complained of will no doubt receive attention. A perusal of the following list shows that some cases require balancing up, and "this . wil] probably' be effected at the forthcom ing meeting. Statement-Receipts: Balance from Peterborough Distress Fun^ £31 18/10, Federal Band Con " cert £14 16/, Federal Band and Irish Pipers' Concert £8 9/10; Donations £10 10/: Messrs. L. J. Bills, Cox Bros., E. A. Dobbie & Co., S. W. Dickson, D. & J. Fowler, Goode, Durrant, D. and W. Murray. G. & R. Wills, ,G. Wood, Son &a...

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CRICKET. TEROWIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

CRICKET. TEROWIE CLUB. . Terowie Club_ has a. very sopsessful^em.-. son, .which Ik1-very gratifying, considering the .^difficulties -caused through cricket lying dor mant over jfce war period. Of the twelve Association 'matches arranged, this club won 9 and drew the other 3, * which is indeed a Very creditable performance. During the sea son other matches besides those on the As sociation . programme were played, including one at Burra, one against Orroroo at Peter borough, and finally one against a combined team from the Rest of the Association, which , resulted in a decisive win for Terowie by a big margin; altogether, of 16 matches played, 11 were won by Terowie, and the remaining 5 were drawn, most of the latter very much in favour of Terowie. Having been successful in winning the caps presented by R. Boebtne, Esq.. and also securing the first win for the handsome challenge shield presented by L. J. Bills, 'Esq., should act as an incentive for further strenuous efforts in the' f...

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ADELAIDE CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

?BSLAIDB CUP MEETING. > Final payments for the Good - wood Handicapp ed Adelaide Cup we're made oini Wednesday. "The ohly withdrawal from the sprint waa Black Earl. are still '34 iii the Goodwood ami 23 in the Jpup. Only 8 remained in* the 8Jl Stakes, and of this number : 'lUdn hails from Victoria. SELECTIONS. ItitfaidenPlate-Lomalior House ir&rliy. ; Hurdle Race-Sandridge or En eoutiter King. \ ^Gfbodwood Handicap-. Anotto ©tMareca, with Thorngate next. Stakes-Maltiel or Orus St Ledger Stakes-Stagegirl ortfcpe Skye. Elder Stakes-Scot's Jean or Meiholt /. SECXJND DAY, Adelaide Gup-Chrome or Mei bolt, with Kingbier next. Marion Steepler-Grey Hawk ©rlSntea^.,^

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SPORITNG NOTES. BY "Tartus." RACING FIXTURES FOR 1918. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

: T , fcyJTartttS." layrqRES FOR im. '? - "? -May.- V " 30, 32, 17.-South Australian Jockey Qub.,. . ,.r 28.-Penola Racing Qub. -- 3L-Adelaide IRacing Onb. , ' -Junfc-^ t 7, 9.-Adelaide Racing Qub. M.-fort Ad^de Racing Qub. 18, 19.-MountGanibier SACidg Qub. 23.-South Australian TattersaSs' Qub. 23.-Port pirie Radstt Club. ? -28.-JJuorn Jockfey Qub. " \ -July - . : . 1, 3.-Pott Augusta and Flinders Jottey CMj. ?.??? . 5-Nortb-Eastem Jockey Qub. 26.-South Australian Tattersalls' Qub. : 2.-Gawler J<>cfewQub, Limited. 9.--Kadiria^'ifid Wallaroo Jockey Qub. 16, 23^~Addiude itadng Qub, Limited. 30.-South Australian Tattersalls3 Club. 3.-Mount Qaajbier facing QiA. .17.-Chill 20.-Murray Bridge Racing Qub. 24.-Port Pirie Racing Qub, limited. 27.^-Adelaide HuntOub. --October. I.-Ijaura lockey Oub. A &-Sptath Australian Jockey Qub. il.-&iowt<iwn Racing Qub. 15.-BaJaVdava R^cjrig"Qub. i8.-^iawler Jockey Club. , 22.--iCapunda Racing Club. ;22.-Radius, and...

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Football. Draw of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

Football. . ' ?? ;? - " \ »Dtav ot Mhtcbes,-, fK*-. Ifay 10-Ramblers y. Terowie.. :: > Yongala v. St. Anecletue. ; May 17-United v. St. Anecletus. M^y 24-Tprowie v; Yoagala. . Hamblers. May 31-Vongala-V- United. - St. Attecletus v. Terowie. Jom 7-All Teams oflL . June 9--W. Adelaide y. N.E. Assacia SJiine 14-Terowie v United. "" " -.<s 1 SamUcts v. ¥ong^?. uae 21--Si. Anecletus v. Ramblers. ruiie':28-All ifeams©IE uly5-Terowie v. Ramblers. St Anecletus *. Y*>ngala. uly 12-AH Teamsoff. i '3y t%-l?JMted *. St Anecletus. jnly 86-y<pDR«la y. Terowe. Bitriblerfi United. XJnited v. Yongala. - Jerowie St. Anecletus. ^^St'A^cifctasv.ItaSnblers. 16-~United v. Terowie. ^;^3ft»ij^v -fiiWilers. .. . |^^30-T^bond 5«nL _^T . 13-Hay xiff tirnecessary). ^ - ,A31 jganies played groundsof pGrit-saaieS club.

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A STARY ITEM OF NORTHERN HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

TKAY ITEM OF" NORTHERN HISTORY: .' In ihc j-cnf lobr! it"wa.s"reported the mail' clrfver.-who drove ttt^tiaacljr between- B-fcTta'nij:' knd JParailfna '"Station''" every week.'ihat'lnrving leiV'a 'l>aj* of''' provisions, letters, and ? papers at a large gum tree at .the John Creek-,for the prospects!" (narked Harry- H'etti mine;) as was the u$ual._custqm..every two \vcc-ks,.. ? when the , * prospector vcmld call 'lot 'tliieticles\'3?e,'1! eip'g. oatrtped soniewnere ' iiv' rattg^'-* WeaW Mount. McKinley; -But-div-the;-last '<ffcjVv casion ttie6 psospyfctor }t»sl gofc the articles which w^re left .for hi-'nJ at the' siiiTi' tree, a \v.eek . previous'!.. J7roiu -this "in'Vernation received . rite; police considered itliai'-sonYfetWinj^wSsx ^ronuf, and-i-rn mediately .left'.to -paiii©}'. the locality an<i investigate, the mat ter. The John Creek "was about 70 miles distant frorp Bel: an a.-' . .3$te constable t.-:kin.5 three days to rea<jh the place, ...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

, v. t. '£ I,.,*. - ; Religious bervloes. Cathottcj.^-Holy $fass 8 and 11 Pe tersburg, and .10,30 Dawson. Usual Evening , gevotions 7 iVenkurg. .Methodist-ll a.m. and 7'p.m., Rev. A. H.- Melbourne. Baptist--11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Preach er-Rev. S. Bowering.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

^mpl^giaaftE.^, insurance Company,' Ltd. A purely l'-Aus1xalasia!!'£Company;;authorise - . ' w r , - - capital, -''fs,p00,000. ,:- Eyery description . .oif Property,' in cluding HAlgSTACKS r.aid GROW ;?=' CROfiS, "insured at Lowest -Current RktejB. DAMAGE'. BY ;IJGHT4!J3®G.coyered Without Extra - Pi$miunL» . iEmplo^er5 - protected against .thexc liability for accidents --to* their workmen: , Lowest Rates. Perfect security. PrompiiSettiements. S.A. Branch-jGrerifell -Street W. A HUGHES;: Manager. Agent ;at ' Peterborough-K i , R. HEI-THERSAY. : i The BULLDOG u __t for CATARRH, PILES =|&3p^^UGHS-i - Price, 1/6. All " Chemists and Stores or direct from v-BBLL- dog BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO, i -12 f ARCADE, ADELAIDE, v . 0& W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. " ^ vHigh -, Quality Flower Seeds aiid Bulbs,. Specially Selected Vegetable .Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths,: Posies, '.Bouquets, «tc.; Best. Agricultural =§eeds^ Slo&l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

ORRORMJIM. ^ FRIDAY, mr 1SIH, at 1350 p.m. 1965 SHEJjSP 1865 113 CATTtLE 113 . Pigs, Horses and Sundries. Team of Working Bullocks. Bagot, Shakes X Lewis, . LIMITED, .will offer by Auction as above 45 fat wethers; 50 prime ewes, good ikins; 1,2004 and 6-tooth wethers, carry ing good skins; 50_well grown hoggetis, well woolled,-mixed sexes; 20 ewes and lambs; 200 store wethers; J00 ewes and lambs; 200 prime wethers, good skine 7 fat to! prime cows, 6 fat etears, 2J years; SO heifers, 2-years, splendid line; 6 yearling cattle, mixed, good store con dition; 14 bullocks and tackling, well grown, reliable' workers, 'in good order; ?40 .springing heifers, good lot', (if not pre viously sold) 5 20 mixed, store c*ittl©5 "to be drafted ingots Terms.-Cash, less 'li per cent, dis count on purchases of £30 or over, or approved bill^ to graziers at three months. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN TENDERS. TENDERS are invited until Saturday, May 17, 1919, a* 2 p.m., fer the follo...

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MEMORY AND MENTHOL TABLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

MEMORY AND MENTHOL. TABLETS. A Y.M.C.A. secretary tells of an Australian who entered one of the Red Triangle canteens in France which several hundred soldiers, pass ing to another area, had just cleaned out of almost its entire stock. The latecomer dug down into his trouser pocket and produced a fifty franc note. "What can I buy for this?" he 'asked* The tired man in charge of the place pointed up at the empty shelves. "What? No chocolates, .110 chew ing gum? Nothin'?" "Won't be for several hours," said the Red Triangle man. The' visitor then "announced he would have "one o' them little paper boxes up there," which contained menthol tablets for sore throats. He sat down, opened the packet, and ate every one of the tablets. Then, as he picked up his pack and started to go, he turned to the Y.M. man and re marked: "Those things are strong, mis ter, but they do kind of remind you of chocolates. '

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919. OUR NEW TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

; ' FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919. OUR NEW TITLE. " AFTER much difficulty".and..unavoid able delay,' we' commence publication to-day Hinder our new title, "The Times and Northern Advertiser* .Pet-., -erborough," and discard ,the ofd'and widely-jkn'own tiame" of *^The;Peters-. burgTime-s," which step'has become ; necessary owing to the alteration of the' name of the town, and.the wish of the Chief Secretary that we. should assist in obliterating the name of Pet ersburg. That such a step has be come necessary causes- us consider able regret,'after 33 "years of organiz ing and labour-to popularize the old name' throughout the world t the loss sustained in such" an' alteration after so many years' will be considerable, while to the founder it will be even a . greater -blow; That the altering of the name of the town has been a de cided-' loss - we need " not mention,. as probably =our readers have long since hadthis impressed upon them by per sonal-experience. How far the . war "was affected by th...

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