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WEDDING BELLS. Bowering—Bartle. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

WEDDING BELLS. Bowering-Bartle. A xcty popular and pretty wedding Was celebrated at the Baptist Church on Wednesday evening-' last, week, the contracting parties being Mr. Nor inan D. Bowering, only son of Cr. J. W. Bowering and Mrs. Bowering, and Mii-s P. P. Bartle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bartle, all of Peter borough. The church was beautitu-lj; decorated with white flowers by the girl friends of the young couple. The officiating minister was the Rev. S. Bowering (uncle of the bridegroom); Miss Ella Wald presided at the organ; Mr. S. Sellick (Unley) was best man, and Miss Thelma Bowering brides-_ maid. The bride was given away by her father. The bride's dress was of white silk, court train, trimmed wiih orange blossom, and she carried a beautiful bouquet of white carna tions. The bridesmaid was dressed in pink crepe-de-'chine, black velvet hat. trimmed with pink carnations. The bridegroom's gift to the brides maid was a beautiful sapphire medal lion. The breakfast was hel...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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PETERBOROUGH CHEER-UP. GRAND VICTORY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

PETERBOROUGH CHEER-UP GRAND VICTORY BALL. The town hall was en fete on Mon day night,, when the Peterborough Cheer-up Society held their Victory Bail. The building was very prettily decorated with flags and bunting by Mr. D. Wald. S.S.M. Sparrow, and others, and presented a very attrac tive and unique appearance; around the walls were the flags of the Allies, suspended from poies with nam ex piates attached, and intervened were other flags and bunting; the centre' of the hall was decorated with blue and wlfite streamers "(the colours of .the society), the whole forniing a very Cheerful aspect. The supper room al so presented a very gay appearance, decked out _in pale heliotrope and white, and set off the heavily laden tables to perfection. Supper was provided by the Cheer-up ladies. The Mayor and Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jones) and a large number of prominent citizens were present. About 50 couplesxtook part in the dancing, which was indulged in till the small hours of the morni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

_ N.O-TIC E. T - AM not .responsible for any debts ? - contracted ;hythe lad ^oingbyjthe -j name of ^arold Cameron; ? tob li« is no relation iof mine, , ' - ( ,, ;. * i 30 ; ; ~ 30HN ^CAMERON; QUOTO.«_ NORTH - EASTERN JOCKEY . ^ - CLUB. / . . Racecourse: Peterborough. ANNUAI/ WINTER ^iETING. SATURDAY, 5th JULY, 1919 (Weather - Permitting). Stipendiary Steward-Mr. M. J. Ho gan (Chairman). Stewards. - W. C. Addison; C. A. Preece, J. Kenworthy, F. P. Keats, and P. B: Murphy. j * ?, Judge-J. E. Pick, Esq. Handicapper-P. G*udie, Esq. ^ Starter-J.' K. Casey, Esq. .Hon. Surgeon.-Dr. A. Goode. £300 PRIZE MONEY. £200 PROGRAMME. First Race at 1.'30 p.m. £40 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. First horse to receive -30 so vs., second horse to 'receive 7 sovs., third horse to receive 3 sovs. Over such jumps as the Stewards shall direct. The winner of any 'Handicap Hurdle Race (after declaration of weights) to carry a penalty of 7 lb.; of two or more such races a penalty of 10 lb. Nomination, 10 A; Acceptanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

& FIRE, 1M31IME, ACCIDENT. Insurance "Company, Ltdl A purely Australasian Company, authorised capital, £8,000,000. . Every description of Property, in cluding HAYSTACKS and GROW ING' CROPS, insured at. Lowest, Current ' Rates. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra .Premium.. Employers. protected against their -liability for acci.Vnt* to their workmen. Lowest Rate*, ' ' Perfect security. ^ Prompt Settlement*. : V . *.M ? S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. -HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The for CATARRH, PILES ^8tJRNS,-CaiK3HS . COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/6. All Chemistsand Stores or direct from BULL DOC BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., 12 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. - i-skb'-j ? High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable y Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies ''Bouquets, etc.; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. eery Stock of every descript...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

Religious bervioes. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and 11 Petersburg and 10.30 Dawson Usual Evening. Devotions 7 Petersburg. . MethoXiist-lla.m..alnd 1 p.m., Rev, A. H. Melbourne. '. '? Baptist-li a.iin.-and 7 p.m. Preach* er-Rev. S. Bowefing.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

. MARRIAGE. ~ BOWER] XC-BARTLE - On the 2! st May. at the Peterborough -Baptist Ghurch, by the Rev,' S. Bows tring (uncle of the" bridegroom), David Norman, soti of Mr7 J. W. Bovveririg, Jto Phillippa" Pearl, daugh ter of Mr. W. Bartfe. All of Peter borough. "

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The. final meeting ofthe Peterborough St. Patrick's Day Sporta was held ia St. Anecletus school hali on-Sunday-last, His Lo'dship the Eight Rev. Dr. Norton1 Bishop of Pt. Augusta, being present. After dealing with correspondence the balance sheet, which Bhowed a credit of £95^18/8, was read and adopted. The president (Mr. P. B. Murphy), said he would like ta take the opportunity of thanking al) the. Committee who had assisted in making this year's demon* stratum ..such an enjoyable outing and financial success. His Lordship the Bishop expressed his gratitude for the assistance of the Committee, especially those outside of the Catholic Church, who had so earnestly and zealously assisted i i the success achieved; he also wished to thank the president (Mr P. B. Murphy) and the joint secretaries (Messrs. W. W. Henderson and P. B. Snigg) for the way in which the duties of their respective offices were carried out; he felt sure that the creditable amount which wo...

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FLAGS FLYING AT CHINNER'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

FLAGS FLYING AT CHINNER'S. Mr. C. Chinner has decided to fly flags at his shop showing the results of the various matches. On £he day of and previous to matches to be play ed the colours of the opposing teams .will be flown together, and on the night of matches -these wiU.be hauled dovvn, and ' the flaps i of .each winning teaiii put"" uj> 'oiTeach~p£>le, "This will' enable enthusiasts to acquire the'- 're>: suits of__the various matches when unable to be present. ' '

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TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

TATTLE. <By "Hie .Man on the Wire.") Shields was prominent at times, and added the first sixer. ' + Reynolds is a hero. Biked it sixteen miles to have a g&tae., Shorty Gay . still has plenty of dash in him. Played good " handball at times." * ";' Dittmar is brilliant, but not up to previous Saturday. ' Hawke is solid in ruck, and gets a good knock out. A flock of the birds flew, but did not cling on to the leather. Chinner dodged four of 'em and then had a mark given against him. Hard luck, Dick' Quintrell only wants weight to be one of the best. Meadows, with practice, might soon put the leather through the goals from the centre. Saturday's exhibition was one of consistency, but not of 'umpiring. The dark horse was a startler in his high-marking. Strictness was the downfall of sys tem. . Smart is smart. Skipper Adams stopped a lot of rushes; on* particularly with his head. Bailes ran into something and was knocked out. Fidock and Taylor were both quiet; thev were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

STEADFAST CONFIDENCE. Could stronger proof of the merit of any product'be desired than the statements of grateful endorsers, who say their confidence has been undi minished by lapse of time? These are the kind of statements that are appearing in your local papers for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. They are twice-told and confirmed with new enthusiasm. Can any reader doubt the following? Mr, G. W. Meadows, Glogeau St., Petersburg, . ^says:~-'"I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and they gave me great satisfaction, in fact, they cured me... I took a course of these Pills for kidney trouble, a complaint which had been making my life ? almost unbearable for. years. . . I had pains in the: small of my back just dx?.r the right 'kidney, and they were very severe. ~ My -most unpleasant experience, ~;was when I " bent my., back and tried to straighten again. T got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at Hoile's Pharmacy, - and anybody . who: suSers with-the kidneys should use. this "valuable, remed...

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ASSOCIATION MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

-ASSOCIATION MATTERS. A team from the North-Eastern Association will joumey to the city on TufcSday ^morning to play the West AMude Ciub. it is «xpectfed that jbc foltoffing selection wUi inakc the ^ trip:- - ~ . ? , -M, Brennanv P Di^ 1<- I'Pgarty, E. " H," MUle.Il.Mfcsnjl^lJ.DittmaT, C. H. Fidock, Hri T. Taylor, ,W. Adams, R. _Quintrell.. H. Drew, H-. Thurfov, W. ^BewaU, ®. Eoael^ X. Dunnerman, W. , McKeough;V.'Travers and W. O'Leary. ' Emergencies H, Boberts end G. Purdey. Tfae^match will atart at llva.m. Mr. & tV. Brandt. accompanieB the team . ae* manager. The team will doa the black and white colors.. ?" - The association are entlcavouriiig to arrange with the dubs tcr number their, men, so as the public will know . each -player-on "the field. Such an in novation would stimulate public.inter est and help to -popularize the grand old winter pastime. The matches* arranged for.. Satur day, July 5, have been postponed to the following Saturday, July 12, on accou...

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TEROWIE v. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

TEROWIE v. YOKGALA. The abore teams met on the Tero wie. grounds on Saturday, under ideal condi tions, both as regards weather and the state of the grounds, which were in first class order and conceded no advantage to either side, The tint half of the game was decidedly in favorbf Terowie, as the visitors Visaed many chances of scoring through bad marking, although they im proved in that direction'- aa the game proceeded. Both team* are sadly in need of mora vigorous training. The home town's ffreat weakness was the lack of oomhination. which, itlthey studied more, would enaMe them todo much better in ti»T field, as they "have the " material to worfcon.Thevtotors would have been greatiy improved i£ their men kept to theiriplace*, as, during moat oft he game, nearly ail -their pAayera were on the bell, to their o#n great disadvantage. The" ' best man .-for ; Terowie were ? Thurlow, Ghapman, JRa'sewall, fioach, while the Tongalaites were best represented bj II. <Meeeon,Jhon...

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SPORTING NOTES. BIRTHDAY CUP MEETING. First Day, Tuesday, June 3. SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartu*." BIRTHDAY CUP MEETING. * ; ' ^ - First Day, Tuesday, June 3. " SELECTIONS. .--r Toorafc Welter-Black Earl or . Lo f ' -. lualL - Huriile^--Last Sheaf or Mooenhar. . Cit jrHandicap-flelbolt or Pctracia, . with Pistol Prince next. - -Steeplechase-Fine Degree or Tintra. Adelaide Stakes-Peace Day or Lord Setay. ParksidV Stakes-Scot's Jean or Sea */ boUnd.

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The Proposed Memorial Hospital for Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

The Proposed Memorial Hospital for Peterborough. ? well attended and enthus iastic meeting of the provisional committe was held in the Coun cil Chambers on Tuesday even ing, May 27th. Dr. Arthur Goods presided. The secretary .(Mr. S. W. Dickson) presented the bal ance sheet as complied by Mr. Rankin, who has resigned as Secretary. A vote of apprecia tion for his Services rendered was carried unanifhiously. Mr. M. R. Both, was appointed assistant secretary. The finan cial position was stated as fol lows :-In Savings Bank,' result of Japanese Fair held in Septem ber 1914, with interest accruing, £413/17/1, another years interest to be added June 30th, £14 ; in Savings Bank, Evans Fund, £69/9/8, a years interest to be . added £2/15; Honour Roll fund, War Saving Certificates, £380; in addition promises made a 1914, are good to the extent nf £300, making a total of £1,220/1/9. It was decided to hold a Hospital Day on Saturday, August 16th, on similar lines to Australia Day which it is ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

JfARMERS are recommended to secure their Supplies for Next Harvest as early as possible and thus avoid last season's shortage. Write at once for quotations for Binder and Sewing Twines. H. J. PENNO & CO., LTD., 'SDNiauna oniihvci ADELAIDE. Quorn Jockey Club. ANNUAL WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, JUNE 88, 181# (weather permitting). £810 STAKES £810 PROGRAMME. 1. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, 40 sovs.-Second horse to receive £5 from stake. About two miles four chains. Nomination, 10/; acceptance, 15/. 2. FLYING HANDICAP, 40 sovs. Second horse to receive £5 from stake. Six furlongs. Nomination, 10/; acceptance, 15/. 3. TRIAL STAKES, 14 sovs.-Sec ond horse to receive £.4 from stake. Seven furlongs. For all horses that up till time of starting have never won on the flat a stake or part of a stake of greater value than £15. Nomination, 10/; Weight for age. 4. QUORN HANDICAP, £60.-Sec ond horse to receive £7, and third horse £3 from stake. One and a quarter miles. Nomination, 15/; acceptance, 1...

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UNITEDS v. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

UNITEDS v. RAMBLERS. A good crowd was present the : Show Grounds on Saturday to witness ' - the match between the veterans and the colts. The weather was all that could be desired, both from the spec tators' and the players' point of view, ' whilst the ground, which is not of the - . best, was as -good as could be expected ? under the circumstances. A fair breeze - ? blew down the ground from "south to north, and coupled .with the slight slope of the oval, was certainly an aid to the team which was kicking: to * wards the north end. ? - -The Teams. The game had not long been started when it was evident that both teams were - out in full force in their indi vidual efforts towards victory. Thte black-and-whites had made consider able alterations in their team, with a beneficial result, but even then they ivere unfortunate in. not having the services of one or two good players. Likewise, die purple-and-whites miss ed the presence of Budden, Platten, and McNamara, who would nave been . ...

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'Memories' THE BATTLE OF SARI BAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

Written especially ior The Peters burg Times"- by S.-Major B. A. Clarke. , . THE BATTLE OF SARI BAIR. News was brought in 4>y a party of : Turks who surrendered on the night of May 19; that- the Turkish force heavily reinforced, would deliver a supreme attack on the following night f and that they would be led by Gen. von Sanders in person. Although our position was in all respects in order to receive the surprise visit, the infan try did a little strengthening, and by the light of a new moon we rushed a couple more 18. pounders into fresh position for Mjr, Burgess, of the 9th Battery. Punctual at 10 p.m. 30 of us -gunners arid drivers- were in wait ing in a track surrounded by thick ti tree. A few seconds later, eight hor ses, well handled, dash from out of cover, and in a truce are "hitched in." .With shrapnel flying, horses must be got out again as quickly as possible, and . with a roar, "All clear, every body? Walk! March! Trot! Send 'em" through the scrub, up the hill, lurch...

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FOOTBALL. Draw of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

FOOTBALL-. -Draw of Matcher . May 31-Yongala v. United. St. Anecletus v, Terowie, June. 7-All Teams off. - ' June 9-W. Adelaide v. N.E. Associa tion at Adelaide. . .June 14-Terowie y United. * Ramblers v.' Yongala. June 21-St. Anecletus v. Ramblers. Junt 88-Ail Teams off. July S-Terowie v. Ramblers. -: v-~^Stv Aniclfettts" t. Yongala. July 18-All Teams off. - July 19-United v. St. Anecletus. July 36-Yongala v. Terowie. Ramblers v. United. : Aug. 2-United v. Yongala. Terowie v. St. Anecletus. Aug. 9-St. Anecletus v. Ramblers. Aug, 16--"United v. Terowie. " Yongaia^y Ramblers. Ajig. S3-First Semi. v - ^ -30-Second Semi. : Sept. 6-£tnaL Sept. IS-Piay off (if-aecessary). Ail games played on grounds of £rst-nam«d dub.

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COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held at Oodla Wirra on May 17. Present. All Minutes of previous meeting read and     confirmed.   Correspondence received from the Secretary for Lands advising the de- claration of Crown Lands north west of Sections 159, 140, and ,141, Hun dred of Nackara, as vermin infested, vide "Gazette" of April 17, 1919. From Local Government Office re proffered gift of £240. for the employment of soldiers, that gift must be spent on works additional to those for which -financial provision: has already been made by local authorities. From same re Exemptions on soldiers' holdings, it has been decided that the State Bank, which makes the advance, will arrange for the payment of the rates to the local bodies during, the period of- the occupiers' exemption of five years. From the Secretary for Lands re application for permission to trans fer agreement to purchase lease No. 1700, held, by C. P. O'Dea, section U/15, in Hu...

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Our Carrieton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919

Our Cameton Letter. Straying cattle and broken down fences have often been the cause for creating ill feeling amongst even the greatest friends, and during the last few years arguments have arisen and fallen flat, only to be dug up again by others concerning the crection of a "pound" within the limits of the District Council ot Carrieton. In bygone years the district council's clerk has collected commonage fees from a few honest persons, who feel it their duty to pay for what their cattle eat; others, refusing to pay, also derive benefits from the common, but know that there is no ranger or pound in which to impound their cattle or any other means of dealing -with them. Several suggestions have been made from time to time for erecting a pourd and enforcing com monage fees, arid it is hoped some of them, at least, will be carried into effect, as the old system of paying as conscience moved one, has not been, too satisfactory, as some consciences have long had .the sharp edge worn off...

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