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QUORN PICNIC RACE MEETING. Held on Monday, December 29. Perlubic wins Double. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

QUORN PICNIC RACE 'MEETING. Held on Monday, December 29. Perlubic wins Double. The Quorn Picnic race meeting had a very successful day on Monday, December 29, 191Q. Tho meeting was set down to eventuate on the 27th (Saturday) but the welcome rain of that week necessarily called for an ad journment until Monday, he club" was well rewarded for its actio*, and. on Monday a great crowd attended, in cluding- visitors from Port Augusta, Hammond, and the northern towns. The officials, who discharged their several duties in an excellent manner, were as follows:-Patron, John Fin lay, Esq., J.P.;' President. W. R. Thompson, Esq.; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. Bruse, Jas. Casey, A. J Gregor. T. Horgan, A. J. Roberts. H. J. Heaslip, W. T. Foster, E. C. Thompson, E. N. Twopeny, R. J. White. F. A. Gallagher, R. Grunike, M. B. Ryan, R. A. Bennett, and E. G. Burns; Committee, Messrs. W, R. Thompson (Chairman), E. G. Burns, M. B. Ryan, R. A. Bennett, A. J. Roberts, T. Hill, W. T. Finlay, P. Coligan, A...

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

EURELIA SPORTS. The annual Christmas sports result ed as follow:-Boys under 8.-Chick widden. B. Kaorger. Boys under 10-L. Wilks. J. Chic'k widdcn. J. Clements. Gi'ri^' under JO-M. FuIIarton, I. FuI Iarton. Boys under 43-L. Wilks, W. Lass cock. B. Daly. Boys under 14-\V. Lasscock, B. Daly. G. Meers. Allcomers' Handicap.-L. Avery. S. Davill. L. Cummings. Boys' Sheffield.-L. Wilks, \V. Lass cock. G. Meers. Girls under 10.-L. Daly, M. Cum ttiiny:?, A. Cahill. Bowling: Contest-F. Page, S. Hud dlofton. Three-legged Race, girls.-M. and I. FuIIarton. L. Da"y and I-. FuIIarton. Girl-. 14.-M. Sullivan, M. FuIIar ton. Open Handicap--L. Avery. L. Wil son. Hop. Sieji. and Jump.--F. Page. M. Gearen. J. Roach. Old BuftVrs' Race.-F.. FuHarfon, K. Fry. Tossing the Caber.-Y. Stott, W. F. Hall. S. Lavell. A well attended roncrjrt was held in the evening. lienis were giveii by E. Kaorger. X. Gearen, M. M<r gaw, A. Brown, li. Wilson, M. Lock, D. Wiiks. M. l'age, li. Wilks. A. Read, 1. Huppatz...

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"THE BETTER 'OLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

"THE BETTER 'OLE." "Well, if yer knows of a tetter 'ole, go to it." ' Perhaps the greatest known saying to-day. To every one, whether soldier, or soldiers relative, -jnan, woman, or child, this saying is . known, also who it originated from,, but why it was originated and the story hanging thereto is only known., to a favored few. - Bruce Bairnsfather -the famous author of the "Better - 'Ole"-after staging it as a play, ar ranged with Arthur Elliott to have the story filmed.^ After playing to ca pacity business in -the other States it. was screened in Adelaide, at the Theatre Royal, at a Viceregal perfor mance, before their Excellencies Sir Henry Galway and Lady Galway, and their expressions of approval were un stinted, and after showing to large houses it has been retained by the military authorities to entertain re turning soldiers on the troopships, and has now been secured by Mr. Holland, of the Olympic Pictures, and is to be shown over the circuits'con trolled by him. "Old Bill...

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LABOUR AND DEFENCE. A Deplorable Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

LABOUR AND DEFENCE. A Deplorable Record. After the split in the Labour Party over Conscription, it was very soon i seen that far more than a mere honest difference of opinion had caused the severance. The Conscription issue raised the whole question of Aus tralia's part in the war. That small section within thei Labour Party which had always been secretly dis loyal and opposed to the conduct of the war now overreached themselves, and openly showed their hand. Of the majority who were still loyal, many voluntarily left the Party, but a great many others were silent under the intimidation of the extremists. In the meantime, into the breach within'the Party poured all the noisy elements of violent extremists-an archists, "socialists, I.W.W., and the rest-who soon became masters of the organisation from which they had been rigorously excluded by the con stitutional policy to which Labour was wedded in the years before the war. These insane and dangerous Bolsheviks are the real controlle...

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CRICKET. ORROROO ASSOC. V. NORTH EASTERN ASSOC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

CRICKET. ORROROO ASSOC. v. NORTH EASTERN ASSOC. . .. Saturday last found the Orro /^roo Association battling it out with the North Easteners at Peterborough. Previous to the dayaworried committee strolled round the town in search of a team to raake the trip, and the - Xf, who took the field were fairly representative of Orroroe cricket. Keats and Smith were unavoidably absent Dowling ' won the tossand wisely decidod to get a hit while the chance offered, Addison, W. C., and McGuire opening to the bowling of Roach and Dodd. The last ball of Roache over was turn.ed to leg by Mac., and O'Leary held "it ij>£he joy, of the crowd, 1-0-0. Gerald Addison followed, and father and son cairied the total to 40, when Walter was bowled by Bock, 3-9-40. EL Pitchers opened'cautiously, Addison con tinuing to score quietly whenever obcasiion offered, but with 83 up he lifted his foot in playing for ward to Sharley, and Gleeson removed the bails, 3-42-83. Hennessy and Pitchers were , stillin posses...

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

BOOLEROO CENTRE. As some of our local scribes have evidently been stirring up things by evading the censure of the press, we are henceforth to be cautiously scruti nized, I presume in our effusive tend ency, lest the trivialities of our general opinions explode some unexpected bombs of wrath, but there is only one sure and safe way to be wise, which is to adhere to the goldeiti rule of sil ence-on which no paper could be run successfully-so on privilege we must exist as a necessary concomit ant of press requirement, a necessary whif of country atmosphere is ever healthy, even if disagreeable. The holiday time has shut up shops for some days; as motor excursions were debarred by weather and road conditions many people went by our slow trains to the city and various places on festive intent. The seaside parties, generally, postponed their ex cursions on account of too much water on land pro tern.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF YONGALA. Monthly meeting held 20th December, 1919. Present-Cr. P. J. Eerin /'chair), Grs. R. M. Cram, A." Torr, D. T. Robinson, and the District Clerk (F. H. BormannA Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Chairman reported that he had let repairs to road for 35/. Clerk's financial report showed receipts £69 16/. Paysheets were read and passed for payment, amounting to District Fund .£196 1/6; Government Grant Account £18 10/. Correspondence was received from L.G.D., directing Council's attention to the loans for Fenc ing Act, which was passed last Session, providing for occupiers within District Councils; ob taining loans for fencing materials through District Councils; advising that pro vision is made in the Ver min Act Further Amendment Act of 1919 for an amendment to Section 20 of 191.4, allowing Dis trict Councils, from time to time, io make recommendation to the lion. Minister to fix a period other than the months of Janu ary, February, March,...

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CHAPTER VI. THE FACE AT THE WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

CHAPTER VI. THE FACE AT THE WINDOW. Mr. Campbell had nothing* very important to say to HaroT3, after a)!. He asked a few questions about his return to college, made a few re marks regarding his own plans for the coming winter, then, rising* be handed him a cheque for a handsome amount, bade him good night, and retreated to his own room. The next morning the young lover left for college, and he was heavy hearted enough as he tools leave of the family ; but Edrie did not SOOT. forget the lingering pressure of hjs hand as he bade her farewell. The Campbells remained at their summer villa until the 1st of Octo ber, and then returned to Holly hurst. where very little occurred to interrupt their quiet life until Christ mas, when Mrs. Campbell and Hel ena had - arranged for a grand re union of some of their Western friends whom they had not seen for long years. * It was a project which they had entertained for a great while, but , which they had not seen their way to carry out until now, a...

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COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthlj- meeting, held at Penn on December 20. Present-Crs. G. L. Ferguson (chair), E. Darragh, C. H. Meyers, T. O'Connell, H. Davies, and P. McElisler. Cr. McEJister stated that Cr. Rasmus was in town on busi " ness. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence.-From Secretary for Lands, re allowing district councils from time to time to make recom mendations to the Commissioner to fix a time other than January, Feb ruary, March, and April for the simul taneous destruction of vermin. From same re loans for Fencing Act, stating that loans may be obtained for fenc ing material, other than wirenetting\ From Secretary L.G.D., advising the payment of 14/11, being proportion of hawkers' licences for the district From same, advising allocation i>f main road grant as £450; already advanced, £400; balance, £50; special, £300; total balance, £350. From Re gistrar-General of Dqeds, advising the change of ownership of lands, viz.: Sections 118...

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—COPYRIGHT.— EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART SIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

.COPYBIGB*.--. ?oobooooooooooooooooO^ lEDRIE'S LEGACY.! <HK«KKK>O<>OOOOOO<KKK>OO<> By Mrs. Gco:-gi« Sheldon, Author ot **T>»ST Dowdy of a Girl," Ac. &c« PAST SIX. "Do not let that trouble you," he Said, "bending eagerly towards her. "The mystery you so deplore is through no fault of your own ; it . cannot affect you personally, and Edfie-if I-might hope"--- , "Ahem ! Well, here you are, my boy- This is a grand night, isn't it, til1.?" said a, cold, hard voice, close beside them. With a start Harold and Edrie looked up. to find Mr. ' Campbell standing just behind them, and Ed rie shivered as from a sudden chill, as she met his glittering, steel-like glance fix~d full upon her.' "Yes, sir/* Harold respectfully re plied,. though he was keenly disap pointed at this inopportune inter ruption ; "we seldom have such a perfect night." "It's damp, though," Mr. Camp bell'continued, "and it's careless to sit out here while such...

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

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Draids' Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

Druids' Lodge. The annual finauce mgBt and installation of officers of the Druids' Lodge, No. 49, took place ai the lodge room Tuesday night. The A.D., Brot ier H. P. Tonkin, presided over a large attendance of brethren, and visiting brothers from Oak of Mitcham, Royal Oak, Moouta, Albert and Quorn Lodges. The financial secretary (Bro. S. D. Jones, P.A.) read the balance sheets and reports, which showed the adult membership to be '264, and the toial of the. funds £1,938 17/3; and the Juvenile Lodge 49 members, and funds .£125 8/2. The sick pay paid for the year was a record-£431 10/. During the year, 29 new members had been initiated. The election of officers resulted as follows A.D., Bro. W.G. Mitcbelf; V.A., Bro. JR.. B. Groves; I.S.G., Bro. P. Summerton; O.S.G., Bro. A. C. Frankenburg; Bards, Bros. Ait ken. Garwood, Reynolds and Matthews ; Auditors, Bros. E. W. Brandt, and E. F. Dodd; Finan cial Secretary, Bro. S. D. Jones, P. A ; Assistant Secretary, Bro. E. W. Brandt; Treasurer...

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

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

J friRE; AlARljlfE, ACCIDENT. Insurance Company, Ltd. A purely Australasian Company, authorised ; ? , V/ capital, Xi.000,000. Every description *x>f Property, in dnffing - HAYSTACKS and <JRGW (NG CROPS, intared . atjiowesi Current - . Rates. iDAMAGE Bt LIGHTNING covered Without Extra . Premium. Employer* protected ^tjpunit their liability for «ccidrnt» to ditit workmen. ff Lowest Rate*. ~ Perfect security. ' Prompt Settlement*. S.A. Branch-Grcofcl! Street. W. A, HUGHES, Managtr. Acent at Peterborough R. HEITHESSAY. SEWHIG VHVpt. jFARMERS are" recommended to -secure their Supplies' for Next Harvest as early as possible and thna avoid last season's shortage. Write at'once for quotations for Binder and Sewing Twines. H. J. PENNO ft CO, LTD., : DARLING . BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. HE LEADING SEEDSMEN. rURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seed* and Softs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cot Flower®, Wcuthi, PodH, Bouquets, -etc.; Best...

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The Times Friday, 9th January 1920. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 January 1920

Friday, 9th January# 1920. Local and General News Terowie Sport*. - The annual sports at Terowie were a huge success on New Year's Day, and the officials, the secretary (Mr. W. Rows), and the assistant secretary i'Mr. J. Boy W, are to ba complimented upon t!r<\arrange ments. A. full report of the pro ceedings had not reached us on going to press, but same will appear in our next i'SSUP. 52 Inch White Lace Curtain Net, 2/3 at Dobbie's. Mr. P. C. Martin, whose death oc curred at his residence, Grange, on December 2T, was for many years a valued member of the staff of the Controller of Railway Accounts. He had lived at Grange for twenty year?, and had helped in the progress of the seaside town. He was a synodsman, vvarc'->n, and lay reader in the Church of St Agnes, Grange, and was a mem ber of the Seaton Golf Club, and con nected with the institute, having been president for a term. Mr. Martin was a son of the late Mr. J. N. Martin, of Kingston. He left a widow and three...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holv Mass, 8 and 11 \ Petersburg, and 8 and 10.30 Yon gala.. Usual evening devotions 7' Petersburg. 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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TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 January 1920

TEROWIE. On Sunday morning at 7 a.m. the late Mr. James Phillips passed away in his 61st year after a long and painful illness. 7he late Mr, Phillips was employed as a checker in the South Aus. Railway, and was respected by all who knew him; he was also connected with the Foresters* Lodge, in which.he^has been a member for over 30 years and a good' woiker, be ing a truBteeand auditor, and the Court wiHlmouro his loss; he was also a promi nent member of the Methodist Church, and held the position of Trustee for several years. P.G.H. Bro. J. D. Boyle read the lodge burial service, and the railway men inarched in strong force to pay their last respects to their fellow workmate; the possession was lead .by Mr. Barrett, S.M., and Mr. A. E. Carter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 January 1920

AN engine productive oftremend-. -ti ous power-On engine singularly free from interruption or mishap -an engine so reliable, so control lable, so tractable that it is an actual, live pleasure to be its director. That is the Studebaker engine. Reliable is a word of highest praise when applied to a man or an engine. The Studebaker has, by its super-excellent record, led you to expect from it the limit of reliability. And, whether you ask it for the tear ing rush of a heart-stirring burst of speed or the regular sweep of the touring pace, it does not falter, it does not faiL And every part, internal and external is readily accessible. Economical too, in every way. Uses every whiff of its. fuel and so produces the utmost mileage per gallon. The Studebaker Engine is the most powerful in the World in ratio to its weight and fuel-consump tion. And this abundant power can be called into being at the instant of need, because of its wonderful responsiveness. Call and let us demonstrate these ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 January 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. Jail. 10th.-With the new year and the promise of SI per bushel sometime soon, tile farmera are diligently bringing along their wheat to this centra. It is being sent away, many trains per day, of pre: vious year's wheat to load vessels at sea port towns. .. Much wheat is coming in per Toad, but -much more is going out per rail; so that an active band of laborers are continuously employed for the com mercial welfare of tbe town; especially is the liquifying trade doing good business. Our lately acquired hotel proprietors. Miss Darmody, must find a good flow of prosperity in her new business ; as the droughtful feeling of labor needs much refreshing, the intake should be consider able at progressive costs and diminu tive measures, which are the modern hotel methods. With political matters dormant and everybody again minding their own business things in general are quiet but healthy, in a socialistic sense, with a pleasant conviction of "good times comin...

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CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 January 1920

CUTTING. Called away one Saturday on u«* gent business, the vicar of a coun try. parish left the next day's ser vices in ihe hands of the curate. On ' his return home, on Monday, he chanced to meet an old lady of his v-ongregn -ion. ? \NV11, Mrs. Smith,*' he said genial ly. "and how did things go yesier day at ''hurch ?" "Poo res» f^rmon I ever heard I" replied ihe old lady candidly ' N'oi a thing in it Feeing rather perturbed, the vicar continued his walk, and ran across his curate. "Good-morning, .John !" be greet ed the young1 man. "I suppose yo - managed all right yesterday ?" "Oh, yes, sir/' replied ihe cut ate And, by the way. as I hadn't time to prepare a sermon oi my" o«vn. I took the liberty of using ac oia ofte of yours !"

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