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[COMPLETE STORY] A VICTORY OF PEACE. A CHRISTMAS STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

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Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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A Splendid Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

A Splendid Trade. Coster, who has never seen the sea, before (to fisherman): " Who'es ori this 'ere water berlong-to?" Fisherman (patting himself on chest): " Us, my man! Us, my man !" ^ C.: " 'Ow much d'yer charge fer it ?" F.: "Oh! we generally charges sixpence a jrallon." , C.: " Lnmme! Well, I'll take a gallon of that 'ome wi' me, for my ole woman." 3?.': " That's right." C.: " Yus! But what can I put it in?" F.: " Ton must go oyer to that ' pub.'; they'll sell you a jar." -.Coster buys jar and has his gallon put in, then takes it to the luggage office and. leaves it there while he goes for a walk. Be turning later, he finds tide out. C. (to bis mate): " .Lumme! £>on't they do a trade'!"

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The Valley of Death. A STRANGE STORY OF THE HOT LAKES. ("Vandorian.") [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

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THE PICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

THE PICKET; BY FRED, J. BRMMFIELD. QMEWHAT of mystery -was Ralph Luttr ell always. He was well liked, but nobody seemed to | quite under B t and him. The cynical said that he was inscrut able because there was nothing to hide; but those who. knew I men suspected a crypt or a catacomb in Ms past, sealed hermetically to the eye i of casual acquaintanceship, to the j solicitude of friendship, or even to the; searching gaze of Move. As a boy I hi^dl worked in his ofp'ce. As I grey up to j manhood I grewr'aleo. in his confidence. I became his book-keeper, his factotum, ,BSs manager and agent, and his trusted J other Voice in all his many affairs. I was practically the master of Wamberall ; Saw Mills. Everything was left to my control, and Ralph Luttrell devoted himself to .his. city concerns and his parliamebtary' duties. He was many years my senior/and of course.hie past; was to me only a matter of hearsay. . I j knew that he had inherited big estates J and substanfialXbufiness on the d...

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[COMPLETE STORY.] FOR HER MOTHER'S SAKE, [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

[COMPLETE STOUT.1 PERCY RUSSELL, Aatbor of "A Bournemouth Somaiics, ?N. " A Cumberland Tragedy," "Tales of Peril," .Husband's.Ordeal," fee., &C. [OOPTBIGHT.] LTHEA Codring ton was - in hi gh .spirits. Hers was a sunny nature. Her fine, 8 i lit y, golden, hair framed one of thoe« ^ o p e n, 3 f a i r, ch ild likft fades which, mark out those cheerful, soaring, yet often somewhat thoughtless spirits that hring to all within their sphere 1*Si'or*jsom? years, however, she had been cruelly ""borne down by anrieiy-lovrng, tender anxiety for her widowed mother who had been left, with a very anwll annuity and in declining health, to the charge of her only Thea, as she was familiarly called, by»her musical talents and patient painstaking' had succeeded in adding considerably to their narrow means. Unfortunately, Mrs. Cod rington grew worse, and the doctors assured bra daughter that her mother's one chance of living longer was to be found at Bourne "Thea.- it is true, by making wonder...

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Preventive of Potato Disease. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

I . - . Preventive of Potato Disease. Abundant evidence of the excellent results attendant upon the judicious nse of copper sulphate as. a preventive of potato disease is now forthcoming from all parts of the country. The dressing, where properly applied, has everywhere been most effective in protecting Hie crop from the lavages of the fungus," and the 'contrast just now- presented by sprayed and unsprayed plots is everywhere very striking. It is worthy. of special note that where only single dressings of the' mixture were given the plants . have in many places suffered almost as severely as those which was not dressed at all, whereas, those which "were gone over a second or ihird time retain their greenness to an : extent which cannot fail to convince the .most sceptic as to the advantages of spraying.

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Utterly Hopeless. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

Utterly Hopeless. Mrs. Brenston (pale, weary, ami half distracted) 4 That's the .-ninth girl I've had within a month, and ahe jnst threw a flat iron at me." . i Mr. Bronston: "By the way, a partyof ns torday were trying to evolve a scheme for co-operatiye housekeeping. Oar plan was to - rent, a, small family hotel, lure our own servants, do our owpmanaging, and share the *?That*« grand ! It WDoldbejustlike living- in ..an absolutely perfect hotel, an d at half_Jhe cost. Oh, I'm delighted! Who y. "Well, thereV Jinks, for one." '. : 'tffis wife doesn't move in our set:" J o .And Winks?' "Sirs. WinkB. is -a scandal-moDg-er, and you know it." .. : ^."^.'fAnd-Minks^--;."T % -" Catefr-inejiving under tihe -same ioof_-with" thatflirfing woman:'' , 0 . '" Well, there's Binks, hnsband\of yonr friend. Mrs.-Binkp.''.; :;. "Veiy nice in company, 4>ut they say she's a-terror at home." - .'^V- ''?? ?? *'' "Bah! -]te;Hob;:WikK..bro pretty Niie* Xi^'honse; IWiiWtmBmrnm

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Not Understood. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

Not Merstood. Not understood. We move along assnnrW, Our paths grow wider afe seasons creep Along the years; we marvel and we wonder Why life is life, and then we fall asleep Not understood. Not understood. We gather false impres sions And hug them closer as the years go by, 'Till virtues often seem to us transgres sions ; And thus men rise and fall, and live and ' * die Not understood. Not understood. Poor souls with stunted vision 'Oft measure giants by their narrow gauge; The poisoned shafts f of falsehood and derision Are oft' impelled 'gainst those who mould the age N otAmderetood. Not understood. The secret springs of ~~ action, Which lie beneath the surface an^ the show, Are disregarded ; with self-satisfaction We judge our neighbours, and they , often go, Not understood. Not understood. How trifles often change us ! ~ The thoughtless Sentence or the fancied slight . Destroy long years of friendship and , estrange us, And on our souls-there falls * freezing blight Not underst...

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A Story of the Deep. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

A Story of tie Deep. ' The talk within the tavern ran On perils of the sea : , Thin rose a weather-beaten man With glass in' hand said «he : "To all brave mariners I drink Good luck, and port secure. For little do we landsmen think What perils they endure. I mind a voyage I was on About a year ago ; I thought the blessed ship was gone, So bard the wind did blow. The storm came like a demon down A. deadly howling gale ; With fear that they would swiftly drown The passengers were pale. And venerable age was there, And yonth'so bright and gay, Bnt none conld offer np a prayer They had no heart to pray. .Dninb cattle also Btood aboard In terrified surprise. . Poor beasts; they "never said 'a. word, But stared with speechless eyes. All eyesi were axrthe captain brave; ?" THis mouth was set and grim. « .i\W;®Jfcnew "he'd try the ship to save, . ]E$ut nbne'dare speak to him. Then came a.fearfal wave and dire Thought i should have died-. " , It struck the boat ahd strained the wire Tliatyaw...

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N.E. LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

N.E. LICENSING BENCH. The North-Eastern Licensing Bench held their quarterly meeting at the Peterborough Court House on Wed nesdajr, 10th inst. Messrs. R. NeSbit, S.M. (president), Scott, S.M., and Thomas, S.M., were on the Bench. Transfers Publicans' and Billiard Licenses-George M. and John Clar kie granted from Walter John Evans, Yarrowie Hotel, Appila Yarrowie. Ernest A. Cousin, granted from A. Hains, Railway Hotel, Peterborough. Charles N. Hare granted fom. Willam J. Quigley, Jamestown Hotel, James town. James McEntire granted from Jean Nurless, Railway Hotel, Solo montown. Stephen J. Simpson grant ed from Adolph W. Heise, Pier. Hotel, Port Germein. . Arent Vauderweg granted from Margaret K. Williams, Waukaringa Hotel, Waukaringa. Transfer Billiards.-Sarah S. Rein cke and Samuel W. Craney granted from George Reinhie, Booleroo Centre. New Applicant, Billiards-John L. Lee, Florence Street, Port Pirie, granted. Cancellation of Temperance Per- . mits.-Harry W. Mummie, Glode Ho tel, ...

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OUR XMAS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

OUR XMAS ISSUE. There are a few copies of our Xmas Issue still available at the newsagents, Messrs. E. W. Brandt and H. G. Taylor, to whom early application should be made.

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YONGALA V. BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

YONGALA V. BUFFALO. The above match was played at Yongala on Saturday, December 20. Yongala won the' toss and sent Buf faloes in to bat. Rankin and Adams _ opened the innings, but before any runs were scored the latter was run out. Budden joined-"his captain and scored quickly. The partnership put on 69, when JJudden was nicely caught by Turner. Rankin batted sol? idly for 46 before" Johnston caught him. The fifth wicket fell at 1X6. The next three batsmen went cheaply, and 8 pickets were down for 128. J. Q'Leary and M. Donnellan put on 40 for the ninth wicket, the former hit ting out well and scoring.- 32, .which included 5 fours. The innings closed for 168. H. Gleeson was the most successful bowler, capturing 3 wickets in his first over for 2 runs; ^eventually 26 runs were scored off his bowling without tagging any more wickets. Laycock and H. Gleeson opened the Yongala innings. The former had most of the bowling, and scored 35 while Gleeson made 17. The latter soon started hittin...

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A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRON CHITIS, ETC. The treatment of Asthma, Bronchitis, Colia, ' Influenza, and Sore Throats calls for some thing that will destroy disease germs from the throat and bronchial tubes, soothe and heal infiamed. mucous membrane, loosen phlegm, and tone up the general system. For this purpose money cannot buy a better medicine than that, a pint of which any one may pre Eare in their own homes in a few .moments y adding HEENZO (registered name for Hean's Essence) to warm water and sweet ening as per easy directions supplied with * each bottle. As HEENZO costs only 2A, sod a pint o{ ready-made cough mixture woqld cost at least 12/-, it will be seen that a big - money saving is to be effected by . your own HEENZO cough mixture. ' HEENZO is stocked by chemists and stores. 3/; or sut boxe» for 17/3. *

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A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. Girls from their teens onwards are very apt to become anaemic and nervy. These con ditions, if not properly attended to, seriously affect them in after years. It is, therefore essential that girls should have their blood kept rich and pure and their nervous systems well nourished. A reliable means to this end is provided in HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS, which are aptly termed "a boon to growing girls." Nerve Nuts are sold by all leading chemists and stores, price 3/ per box, containing 12 days' supply, or six boxes for 17/3.

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FEDERALS V. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

FEDERALS V. TEROWIE. Fascoe won the toss and sent the Federals in, Sharley and Leicester opening- to the bowling of Roach and A. "Collins. Runs came slowly, and both men were very cautious. Piper relieved, but was unable |o break the partnership, although' both - men should have been run out early in the game. II. Collins had a bowl, then Simps.on. and H. Chapman, but al though chances were offered none were accepted. Finally Leicester was given out as stumped, after compiling 20 by very slow cricket. 1.20.70. Dodd followed, and at once got busy. He hit with great freedom, a sixer "r«sffi-Piper being a beautiful shot. He jraeckly overhauled Sharley, and -the ^spore was taken to 180 before Sharley tfas well caught by Pascoe for 74. His score contained 1 sixer and 8 fourers, and is his highest for the present season. Burchell joined Dodd, and the latter quickly reached his cen turv. The innings was declared closed with 2 for 247, Dodd being 113 not out (1 sixer and 13 fourers), whilst...

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CRICKET CHAPTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

" tRICKET CHATTER^ , Saturday proved warm for cricket, -?with'rather too much wind. Federals " had .-a draw with Terowie, whilst at ; Yongaia the home team defeated the " TJufialo team. This" was the last match in the first ? half.'and the Federals are top with 20 points; Yongaia 15, Terowie 13, .Buffalo. 3 As it is possible to gain 5 points in one match, it may be safely .said that "the shield will go to either of the three-leading teams. So-far the Buffaloes have been very unsuccesful, and it is almost impos siblcjfor diem to now retrieve their position. The next round will commence on January 17, when the Federals go to : Yongaia, and Terowie team come to Peterborough. In the interval the - Orroroo Association are sending a team .here on January 3, and the N.E.C.A. are sending a team to play Burra at Terowie on January 10. Tall scoring was the order of the - day in the local .match. The Federals declared when 2 wickets were down - for 247, and the Terowies scored 177 . for 5 wick...

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S. Peter's Church, Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

S. Peter's Church, Peterborough. On Sunday last, Advent IV", in the presence of a large congre gation in S. Peter's Church, the Rev. Herbert Davidson -was ordained to the Priesthood by the Lord Bishop of Willockra. The Ven. Archdeacon JSTash, the Rec tor of Laura; The Rural Dean, the Rev. R. A. Adams, Rector of Jamestown; and the Rector of the parish, the Rev. J. W. Strin ger took part in "the liying on of hands of the presbytery" with the Bishop. The procession of clergy and choir with Mr. A. Hill as cross bearer was formed in the parish hall, and proceeded through the south door to the allotted places in the chancel and sanctuary. Archdeacon Nash preached the ordination sermon. The Lord Bishop was the celebrant at the Holy Communion with Rev. R. A. Adams as Epistoler, acd the ordinand, Rev. H. Davidson as Gospellor. This is the first occasion in which an ordination has been held in S. Peter's Church. The usual place is the Cathedral of the Diocese, and before the for mation of the...

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An Industrious Farmer. A REMARKABLE ILLUSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

An Industrious Farmer. A REMARKABLE ILLUSTRATION. A remarkable illustration of what can be produced on one farm was given at Loxton (8.A.) show recently. Edward Thiele, of that district, won the prize for the beet farm exhibit with an entry that comprised the following products, &c. Green wheat, wild - oats, wild mustard, sheaf each Cape, skinless and malting barley, barley grass, prairie grass, Car michael grass, lucerne grass, spear grass, yellow clover, wheaten hay, malting bar ley, Gallant's hydrid hay, White's clover, Algerian oats, rye grass, broom-grasp, pie melon, lettuce, one bunch each of beet, turnips, carrot, plate buns, plate scones, fleece wool, danuelion plant; bag each of hay and cockey chaff, skin less barley, 'seed Cape barley, malting barley seed, Gluyas wheat seed, Golden Drop seed, silver beet seed; one bottle each of Carmichael Red Bussian and Federation seed; bag- each of Algerian oats seed, crushed skinless barley, crushed malting barley, crushed whea...

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Dennis Kehoe Coy. in "Irish Hearts." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Deanis Kehoe Coy. in " Irish Hearts." " Irish Hearts" will be pre sented by Denis Kehoe and his popular company at Peterborough on Monday, January 5tfc, for their farewell visit prior to their de parture to open their Sydney season. This comedy drama wherever it has been produced has rivalled " Mother Machiee" (by "the same author, Maurice Whelan) in its general popularity. It is a play out of the ordinary channel. The plot is compelling and from the rise to the fall of the curtain there is not a dull moment. Dramatic events, pathetic and humurous incidents follow one on the other in coherent detail. The machina tions of the villian, and the trials and tribulations of a family whqpe fortunes fluctuate, the real love romances and the lighter side of life are faithfully drawn, whilst ^ comedy, distinct hilarious runis throughout the four acts-. Den s Kehoe, as the hero Larry Dwyer, sings several new and appropriate songs, including: " Be a credit to your name", " My Home Town in Irela...

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Glorious Rains. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Glorious Rains. A bountiful raintall fell over the whole of the North on Wed nesday. Commencing shortly after midnight, 48. points wert» registered up to 9 a.m. at Peter borough, 80 at Orroroo, 75Quor/i, 300 Oodnadatta and Hergott, 15-i Yunta, and all over it se-ms to have been fairly heavy. It will be beneficial to the pastoral country in particular, and all who have been out of water. The rain continued throughout the day, and, as it remained sultry, promised to provide a healthy fall.

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