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TEROWIE SPORTS. NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY 1, 1920. —Acceptances— 135 YARDS TEROWIE SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

TEROWIE SPORTS. NEW YEAR'S DAY, JANUARY % 1920. -Acceptances 135 YARDS TEROWIE SHEFFIELD. D. R- Roberts H. R. Glesson C. Miller . . E. R. Collins . N. R. Cowan L. J. PoMen . J. Nicholson . H. N. Roberts H. fi. Smart . A. Waters . . T. J. Canny . A. r. Miller . H. C. Solomon H. J. Jarrett . M. Liddv . . F. C. Humphris 13 7 0 9 10 10 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 F. D. Frankel B. C. Dnggan W. P. Reece . B. F. Kcrton W. Purdey . C. Morgan . . G. T. Daly . F. H. Chapman 10 F. Crombie Yds. . 15 . 18 . 16 . 16 . 16 . 16 16 16 S. R. McNamara 16 L. P. Fogarty N, Ualoney . P. D. Byirater H. E. Schmidt M. Casey . . A. Haydock . 13 14 14 15 13 IS W. L. Eckert J. Barker . . A. Lavertv . . G. A. KUebe P. Sinnaa . L. Ouinn . . H. W. Fry . J. L. Partridge T. F. Hegarty E. J. C. Williams 18 W. E. George . 18 440 YARDS Yds. HANDICAP. W. S. Waters H. R. Gleeson H. G. Smart. . E. R Collins . E. H. Smart . H. J. Jarrett . H. F- Kerton.. A. Waters L. P. Fogarty L. J. Polden . . 23 F. C. Humphris 25 J. N...

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Religious services. CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Religious services. CATHOLIC. Christmas Day, December 25. Holy Mass 7.30, 8, and 11, at Peter borough; also 8, 8.30, and 10.30 Yon gala. Usual Evening Devotions 7, Peterborough. Sunday, December 28-Holy Mass, 8 and 11, Peterborough; also 7 Oodla Wirra (Institute), and 10.30 Nackara. Usual Evening Devotions 7. New Year's Day, January 1-Holy Mass 8 and - 10, Peterborough; also 9.30 Yongala. Sunday, January 4-Holy Mass, 8 and 11, Peterborough; also 10.30 Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions 7 Peterborough. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev, A. H. Melbourne. , Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prea cher-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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The [?] Times Friday, 26th December, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Friday, 26th December, 1919. Local and General News S. Peter'* Church. - Christmas Dav-7 a.m. Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. Sunday next, Dec. 28-8, Holy Communion ; 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. Don't come into our den roar ing next week that you haven't received your ; paper, because there will be no issue. In our last issue reference was made to tbe Morchard fliers, Messrs. Loftus and Scriven, and their flight from Melbourne to Adelaide. We> were pleased to learn after going to* press that Twigden suctained no bad in juries, and that the machine was not twisted too badly. Francis Kayher, the ingenue in " Irish Hearts," is sweet, gentle and loving. - Universal Obligation.-Notice of Registration for mniversal obligatory Naval and Military Training, is given by advertisement in this issue. AH male inhabitants of Australia, who will reach the age of 14 years during 1920 must register themselves during guardians, etc., are responsible for the such persons. Failure to register in suc...

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

Sack's Xmas Novelties!! DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS PRESENT BUYING UNTIL THE ELEVENTH HOUR. WF are looking forward to this Festfve Season, with its pleasures of giving and receiving gifts of goodwill. You yourself, doubtless, know that you rni;Ft purchase something for your friends. Do not leave it till the last minute. Come round to our Showrooms and inspect the" magnificent range of Choice Novelties, New in Design and Useful and Serviceable.- We . guarantee every article to be honest value. ^LOOK over our lists of GIFT SUGGESTIONS. We will be pleased to forward any of these articles on approval to Customers who are unable to visit our Showrooms. FIVE SHILLINGS vrM bay the following Gold Brooch Gold Baby Brooch Gold Lace Pin Gold Safety Pin Gold Stud Hand Bag Collar Box Glove Box E.P. Jewed Case Serviette Ring E.P. Bread Fork Jam Spoon Butter Knife Gent's Pocket Wallet Silver Sleeve Links Silver Brooch Silver Medal Qr Locket Tea Strainer E.P. Ink Stand E.P. Specimen Vases E.P. Pin Cushi...

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

DISTRICT NEW8. " Pekina." - News too stale. Everybody knows the whole facts ; please hop in earlier. /Ed.) 1 T V 9 ?

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'Memories' CHAPTER 42. (An Episode.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

' Memories' Writers especially for ,lTfct Pet»r* kurf Tiirwi'' ky S 1. A Ci»rk« CHAPTER 42. (An Episode.) "May the good Lord keep me from poking my nose into stray corners which seem, to my untutored mind, peaceful; but which seem to somehow turn out to be a hornets' nest full of trouble." For over a month a balloon in our sector hung at odd hours of the day at a height from 3,000 to 5,000 feet and for over a month we cursed the "bag" and abused the section-from a distance, because of visions of a burn ing gas bag floating down sooner or later, among our horSes behind the ridge. It had dodged the Hun air men on many occasions, and against our wills we began to take a kindly interest in the ugly old bag, and it became a regular part of the land scape. It was & cheerless sort of day, and in an idle hour Satan got loose in my vicinity, and I decided to pay a visit to the "nest," and have a look round. And nosing round I received much kindly explanation and courtesy from the wob...

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Booleroo Centre News. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Booleroo Centre News. In our last issue we publikhea a budget of weekly news, contributed by our various correspondents from Booleroo Centre. We are not in the habit of at times looking too closely at the writings of our scribe friends and it is seldom that an error of judgment occurs. One such error, however, crept into our last issue, which was certainly overlooked by the editor of this paper. The reference to "Sectarian venom" would never have been published otherwise. Many of our subscribers have hurled their replies to this office; in many instances these are bitter, and we believe they will see the wisdom of accepting the Editor's assur ance of oversight, and allow the error of judgment to pass. -(The Editor.)

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"LIGHTS ON VEHICLES," "GUN LICENCES," &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

"LIGHTS ON VEHICLES," "GUN tilCENCES," &c. The attention of readers is directed to :tw6-tiew Acts which -come into force on January 1 jiext. The first is the "Lights on Vehicles Act, 1919," which makes it comoul sory for all vehicles, to carry a light at night:.' Hitherto horse-drawn ve hicles Svere exempt from carrying a lightfor-five nights at full moon, but undpr the' provisions of the new Act thfcre $re exempt nights, and the same , #eg^ilation applies *o them as appli&l' previously to motors and. ve hicles. -Clause 5 reads: "No person shallMHye upon- any road, or cause ar^&naait to he upon any road, at1 any ;^«ie Itetoeen lialf an hour after snnset^8;^Jialf an,hour hefori sun rise, any vehicle -which has^not at-. tached thereto, on the offside thereof a lighted lamp, showing a bright light in such a position and manner' that such light would be clearly visible as a white light to any person approach ing such vehicle from the front, and as a red light to ...

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Hawker District Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

Hawker District Council. Monthly meeting held on Dec 10th. Present - Crs. Mansom /chairman), Barnes, Clarke, Gil lick. Apology from Cf. Hill. Clerk to try and procure a petrol gas street lamp for a trial, and if successful to procure 4 more. Hall Bros, applied for permission to fenc.e across three chain road, in Hd. Wonoka, between Sec. 156 and 158; J. J. Henschke applied for permission to fence across Yallappa road, near the waters : M. Shinnick applied to fence across the boundary road, be tween Hds. of Adams, and Sc. 65 Hd. Arkaba.-A1J. granted *on the usual conditions being com plied with. L. Govt. Dept. noti fied that 11/1 had been paid into bank, as portion of hawkers licences fees ; and that in future shooting licences will be issued by the police officers. H J. Ire land applied, under the Vermin Act, for loan of £100.-Applica tion endorsed and forwarded to Survey Office for approval. L. Govt. Dept. notified that £657 had been allotted for Main Roads and that £300 had already...

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COUNTING THE SENATE VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

COUNTING THE SENATE VOTES. - -Some misconception exists. in regard to the method of counting the Senate votes, and there is some excuse for it, because at first glance the system is sonlewhat complicated. The method is fully- explained in a booklet issued by the National Campaign Council of Mel bourne. To fill the first vacancy, the first preference votes are counted, and if any. candidate receives *" an absolute majority . (a number greater than half the urirejected ballot papers) he is elected. If there is no absolute major ity, the candidate having the fewest first preference votes is excluded so far as the filling of the vacancy is concerned, and each ballot paper counted to the excluded candidate is transferred to the continuing candidate next in order of the voters' preference. The result of the whole State is ascertained, and if a candidate has an absolute majority he is elected, but if no candidate then has an absolute majority, the process of exclu ding the candidate who ha...

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

QUORN RACES. On Monday night the secretary (Mr. F. S. Burr) received nomina tions for Trials, Novice and Trot Handicaps, and acceptances for Hospital and Flying Handicaps. The first race is booked to start at 1.30 p.m. Given a fine day the committee should ieturn a nice profit. The following is the pro gramme, with our selections : TRIALS.-Wyacca, Evergreen, Flirt' Intrusive, St. Briar, Eighteen Pounder' Dry Times, Penelopize. -St. Briar or Dry Times HOSPITAL HANDICAP. - Jarwan 10.12, St. Cyprian 10.5, Tierawarra 9.13, Blafil 9.10, Perlubie 9.7, Portiatorm 9.2, Vanity 8.9, Miss Simmingfon 8.7. -Tierawarra or Portiaform NOVICE.-Evergreen, Flirt, St. Briar, Eighteen Pounder, Haseldell, Dry Times, Kulti, Merry Boy, The Rector, Athomas. -St. Briar or Dry Times FLYING HANDICAP.-Merty Made 10.5. St. Cyprian 10.2, Tierawarra 9.12, Blafil 9.9, Perlubie 9.8, Jamestown 9.6. Portiaform 9.4, Vanity 8.9, Miss Sym mington 8.7. -Finlay's Elect. HANDICAP TROT.-Chessy, Ace of Spades, Evergreen, - Fl...

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

HAMMOND COUNCIL. Meeting held on December 20. Present-Crs. Wallace (chairman), Cormack, Ward. Crisp, Garter, . and the clerk (Sir. B." Barker).. Minutes read and confirmed. Clerk reported that repairs to doctor's residence had been finished and passed. C?L ^Carter Reported on a tree that, during wet seasons, caused damage to grossing in Bruce . district, through; swirl of flood waters, and urged that thp tree be removed, - Resolved that clerk take steps to have tree removed at an early date. Clerk reported that fence erected by Mr. Wright had been re moved from main road, and Mr. Ab bott had paid for the tree. Correspondence: From W.H^rvey, re cleaning out of Hammond' Reser voir. Proposed by Cr. Ward that council communicate ^with the Com missioner of Public. .Works urging; that, as. labor is available, the work of' . cleaning: out ' the ".reservoir be pro ceeded with as soon as possible'-sec onded by"Cr. tarter;From,. - Department of Repatriation re forau-' tion ofJopal comnjfttee,...

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

i, Monday, 5th January. .. '? c~, " -. . . lit and Farewell to & HIS POPULAR COMPANY -IN IH Hllaiiout and Irresistible Comedy Drama, By MAURICE WHELAN (Author of "Mother Machree.") The play which is out of the ordinary, in winch Comedy, Pathos & Drama abounds and which has won universal-praise in all Cities. PpSITXVELY ONE NIGHT ONLYf Imt fall to eee tills Croat Laughter-Maker while you have the ohaniM. We Guarantee a Great Night. . Box Plan at Brandt's. Prices-4/, 3/, 2/, plus tax. F. H. FRITH, liaised lad Broker Valuator. Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, Transfers, and all Documents for the purposes of "The Real Property Act." HOUSES, FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS AND BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills Prepared. F. H. FRITH, Opposite Railway Station, 1 MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. The Car forHard Service 1 TbedoraMlity, rfmplicity,thrift, beauty and convenience of tha Orcriand car places it in a clui by itself. Every O...

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

company; s. authorised aatoiaKsr ^ t,": -^. ? ".. '.z^mV-?'-. ',y;'v - ? - description of Pfoperty. iB _ _. . . ; :GROPS, insured ^fcSUtoa. DAMAG^&T PNING co veredWithout &trt Employer* protiefcted ittheir liability for. accidents ~" / workmen. , Lowe«t Sate*. r - Perfect security. ~ Prompt Settlement*. ^nS^-i^&A^^iancb-Grenfell Street. HUGHES. Manager. - Agent at Peterborough V R.HEITHERSAY. are recommended to Secure their Supplies for: Next ^Harvest as early as possible and thus avoid last season's shortage. Write rat ?mce for quotations for Binder and h Sewing Twines. H. J. FENNO ft CO., LTD, DARLING BUILDINGS. ' . ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS. _ H^b Quality Flower Seeda and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeda; Cut Flowera. Wreaths.Posies, - Bouquet!, etc.; Beat Agricultural Seeda, Fodder Graases. Splendid Nur. aery Stock of every description. Oraa Stental Trees, Shruba, Hedge Plants, Palma...

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

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—COPYRIGHT.— EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART FIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 December 1919

facr^Ssisa--; v^T^-r-t* '£ Oi&O^OOOOOOOOO^OJSOOOOOOO . Gt»r{^e Sheldon, Author ©I ""! Doi^ ypf a 'Girl,"* &c. &c. PARTKWfi. will give you five years study^ aiiti then I predict ft brfl- - ]iant:debut. for yo*." .. ? :? f^Wtat is tbat ?" she asked, cuii "aiisly. "Your first appearance before the public. 'But, child, you will have to woi* for it - a high place in the world: does not come of Itself to nnv one, nomatter : wlat natural giffs he or- she may possess." "I jrill work," she returned, with quiet emphasis ; but the fire in htt eye told how. much it meant. "Have you any. ." idea how -much money a prima donna makes?" ask ed Harold. "No." "Thousands of pounds a year, some of them.". "Oh 1 Then l ean pay Mrs. Camp bell for iny lessons, though money can never, make .up for her goodness -.to me." said the young giri, her first' thought ..one' of gratitude to wards her benefactress. "You were "Very kind to take me to hear that beautiful music this afternoon," s...

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WALLOWAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

WALLOWAY SPORTS. The annual sports were held at. Wallowav on New Year's Day. Last year the committee passed a liberal cheque on to the hospital, and the meriing this year will doubtless again pass a cheque to the same institution. The day was a most enjoyable one. The kiddies were well catered for in amusement and races. Tha details of the chief events are as follows: All Comers' Handicap. 135 yards. First Heat-E. Arthur, L. Avery. Sec ond Heat-S. Davi'.J, C. G. Nuit. Final -L. Avery (6 yds.), S. Davill (9 yds.), B, Arthur (8 yds.). Boys' Handicap, under 16, 100 yards. -J. Arthur (5 yds.), H. Arthur (8 vdO, R- Dawson (14 yds.). Men's Sheffield Handicap, 135 yards. -First Heat-L. Wilson, L. Aver}'. Second Heat-L. Cumminjrs, R. Gibb. Third Heat-W. Kelly, J. L. Part ridge. Final-L. Wilson (IS yds.), L. Avery (5), W. Kelly (12). First prize, silver cup. valued at £3 3/. Stepping the Distance.-E. Fullar ton. Bowling Contest.-W. Keliy, R. Gibb. Rooster Cnaso. for boys.-M. Page. Boys under...

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HAMMOND PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

HAMMOND PICNIC RACES. New Year's Cay has always _foiind' Hammond the Mecca of picnickers, peds, and racing enthusiasts gener ally. For forty years the. annual -Ca-. tholic sports has beqn a fixture that has drawn goodly crowds froift a big" area. Through years of drought, with- . the mercury bubbling to 114 or ll6 in the shade, weather has made no difference, and the. meeting has alwaysv ; had a picnic tone about it that appeals to the seeker of festivities _ for the family. The 41st annual meeting, held /; ' on New Year's Day, drew the same;-; goodly crowd; the weather, clondy, with a chill in the breeze, ^roke at noon, and a warm sun tempered the cool wind, and the conditions ' were ":l ideaL The recent rains had turned the countryside into a good place to look upon, and the khaki mantle of dust . had given way to the fresh grqen tint of springing feed. Through the kind- "Lv ness of Mr. Thos. Connack, the fix ture was held on his property adjacent >.? to the town. The programme...

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R.S.A SPORTS, ORROROO A GREAT GATHERING. Sheffield to Port Augusta. Hurdles to Local Stable. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

R S.A SPORTS, ORROROO A GREAT GATHERING. Sheffield to Port Augusta, hurdles to Local Stable. Boxing Day marked the first annual sports in connection with the Orroroo branch of the R.S.A. The long dry spell, with its attendant heat, came to an end on Christmas Eve, when rain fell in torrents. It was an an xious gaze that the committee gave the heavens early on Christinas Day, but the day proved warm, and the 26th broke fine and cool. The down pour of ovar two inches made the go ing good. The fates were kind, for, with the day's sport successfully ter minated, rain again set in, and no body cared. The committee were hampered a good deal in the opening arrangements, preparing for the day. by reason of the immense amount of material required, but the local trad ers and .business men generally rose to the occasion in fine style, and the wants of the committee were supplied SECTION FOURS. promptly from man3r sources. The officials were as follows:-Patron, His Excellency the; Governor (Sir...

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CHAPTER VII. EDRIE MUST GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

CHAPTER VII. EDRIE MUST GO. Edrie was Very proud, in spn* «r her apparently dependent position. She was keenly sensitive, also, and .he felt that she could not remain another flay a pensioner upon the bounty of Daniel Campbell's wife, if her presence there was so distasteful to the muster of the house. Again the outer door opened and closed, and Harold Sturtevant en tered. He had quietly followed Mr. Camp bell from the house, and watched his movements while without; then he had stopped a while longer, to push his own investigations a little fur ther ; but he had made no discover y's regarding the face at the window and had now returned to the man sion. He had been very curious to ascer tain who that haggard wretch could be whos. face he had distinctly seen Peering- at Edrie from the balcony window*. But he forsrot that and everything else now as br- cam. suddenly upon Edrie. a,d found her looking so 4 «n<1 .Tdri.-. h" cried ajj ..nVilliR Inn'; "p.ln hjs face ,.Are You ill...

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