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Illegal Trading. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 January 1920

Illegal Trading. [From "The Quom Mercury."] Mrs. O. J. Bruse and Mr. T. B. ?Horgan were each fined £o, with 10/ costs; for supplying liquor during: prohibited hours. A second information against the two accused was withdrawn on the payment of 10/ court fees. G. Hall, A. Summerton, J. Robert0, M. J. Harris, A. E, Brew ster, and W. Flowers were each fined £2, with, i5/ cos.ts, tor being in _ a rooai, the door of which opened into the bar. The case of W. A. Milier (returned soldier) - was withdrawn on the consent of the polic«.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 January 1920

ON THE "SERGE. Many a One Brought Sack Prom the Brink. . There are critical times in our lives, whto it seems as if we must let go. But we cling to life with a wonderful tenacity. Many diseases are very distressing in their worst stages,' and Wefget to the veiy brink sometimes; yeti the hope of survival is great. Ddan's Backache Kidney Pills have bright Back many from-' die verge, arias given/them. a* nev.'- lease- of life. The fpHpySng~-case should, be of -in terest? R'ead it: . ?. Mrs^'W: H. 'Pearce, Fifth Street, Quorn, says: - "In common with many others,I iiave nothing but good to say of Doan's Backache -Kidney. PiHs, this remedy having" cured me of paics in the back, "dizzy feelings, and -other symptoms -bf- kidney disorder. tiri1 Consideration of the benefit 1 have derived frojn these Pills, I am pleased to pass jhe^»w4-on-4P.other,sii£erers, . and I hope many will profit by my experience. Previous to taking this remedy my back was always aching, and the constant pain prevent...

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TEROWIE V. BUFFALOES [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 January 1920

TJEROWIE V. BUFPALOES, : ' ?z:'iQri\ Satiflfrlay, January 17, on the -i&^dw^e~^VaIa cricket match was -clayedj-jbShffcm Terowie and sj&ffa-r, locs^*thc lF'ormer winning by 87 runs -1on|the . first innings:<jbffen (Bulfs.) won toss, and. decided to batj C. Budden and " -M. Donnellan s were, .the opening batsmen, but" the'" rotSsetin early,: 'Budden skied '.a -3ooj& ba.U--£rpmz A-.TGoHips, and " jH. - Collins .heidjit; " : Q'teary cajni net,; birtlost'Donnellan off the Jsame bowler, .he being caught by . Zatiker; 2.6_.lgL Saft'ers* Vas nex& but ]te ;s<i6n lost" p'Leary. -who Bias' caught^-Collins' by;:Ma Jloney; *3-5S4rlfi.;, r;-»Coifen jfplloyed, -folk tjhad flniyv ^cpred 2j.f iijli.eii- ,ti& lfell tb"^llias;%ang^;&0^t,fcy*3fe:aitoaii;; '-f3SDarphy^t^nfe: ^bng5;$>u± hitfhis wiSket,- Instead, -of^the; ball; off;feollinsi'*S-=il-£25.- '' ^3Mani|, . jtfas soon ouV^b-^4-to"^XMUtu; ihM) i28v > Manthorpe 'did not s...

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Labour's Nationalisation Policy. What it Does for the Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

Labour's Nationalisation Policy. What it Does for the Worker*. What the workers most need are high wages, relatively low prices, and good working conditions. The Stat# Socialists have always promised them all these things as a result of nationalisation. Lot us look at the cold ? facts. There~~is one Socialistic Government in Australia to day, and that is Queensland. If any Government more blatantly boasted that, it was out to give the worker something approaching paradise, it was the Govern ment led by Mr. Ryan. Well, let "deeds not words/' be our motto. The worker must test his ruler by comparisons with others. Taking food prices and wages in Queensland compared with those iu other States during the war, we get an illuminating analogy - and it does not favor the nationalises. In Queensland tlie Government lias es tablished many State biitchor-shops, bought sheep stations, and in many other ways supplanted private enterprise. It has loudly proclaimed its stern deter inination to dea...

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PETERBOROUGH CORPORATION. January, 19th, 1920. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. January, 19th, 1920. Board of Health. - Present The Chairman, Messrs. Dodd, Footer, Phillips, Baldwin, Dick son, Annear, Garwood, and the Secretary. Dr. Clarke reported seven cases of measles and one of pulmonary tuberculosis since the previous meeting. Council Meeting. - Present All except Cr. Bills. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Apology received for the absence of Cr. Bills. En gineer's report on the previous fortnight's running and on the plant and the advisability of procuring storage battery was re ceived, and it- was resolved that the Lighting Committee go into the matter, and the engineer ob tain quotations for storage bat tery. Clerk to cable to Robson & Co. for induction chamber. Contract for coke for ensuing year to be filled in for, same quantitv as previous year. Office rented from Mr. Bills, to be closed at the end of the week, the owner to be thanked for use .of same, and the amount due for vent for same to be p...

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DAWSON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

DAWSON RACES. The annual races were held at Dawson on Monday last, and passed off very successfully, there v being a good attendance. . Re sults :- * Maiden Race.-Minvalara (G. Wilson),. 9.0, 1; Mt. Steven (El. Smart), 8.0, 2; Bluebell (-Cock burn), 8.4, 3. Only three started. Handicap Trot-Tauga Laddie /J.O'Toole), "150 yds. behind scr., L; Bess (M. A. Watkins), scr., 2 ; Jessie {B. Lang), scr,, 3. Other starters-Nightwateb, Bluebell, Tickle,-Hesitation. District^Racei-J.F.J. /Mr E3 mundsA 8.5, 1; Chalbinga /Mr. Casey), 8.5, 2; Chummie (J. TSes tor), 8.0, 3. Other starters -Min valara, Paraleane, Darky, Scru tiana. Dawson Handicap-Ross Smith {M. Liddy) 9.7, 1st; T.F.J. /Mr. Edmunds) 9.7,2nd; other starters -bhalbinga, Flinders, Chummie. . Flying Handicap-Minvalara (G. -Wilson) 8.7,1; Paraleane (&, McKeougb 9, 2.: Chummie . {J." Nestor) 7.7, 3.

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RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

SAeirtG: At the f oundation Day meeting at Victoria Park, Mr. K. A. Wickens, o£ Orroroo, annexed the Turretfield Stakes with his smart colt Hesso, which carried 9 St. 8 lb. This was : Hesso's third consecutive win, and he has proved a good investment for his popular owner. Hesso has been awak ed 10 5 in the Juvenile Handicap, to be run to-morrow. The suminer= meeting of the North East Jockey Club will be .held on the racecourse on. Saturday, February 14, and everything /points to a successful fixture. Nominations for the chief "events close Trith tlie -secretary (Mr. S. D. Jones) al 6 p.m. this (Friday) evening. Acceptances and entries for Novice -Plate are due on February 6. The program appears in this issue. ,* t . t

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. Meeting held on. January 17, 1920. Presen:-Crs. G. L. Ferguson (chair), E. Darragh, C. H. Meyers. H. Davies, P. McElister, and H. W. Rasmus. Minutes of the previous meeting" were read and confirmed. Correspondence.-From Secretary for Lands re application for "permis sion to transfer perpetual lease No. 8S98, held by G. H. Rofc, section No. 140, Hd. of Parnaroo. From secre tary L.G.D., enclosing- copy of Lights on Vehicles Act, 1919, and advising of other A-cts passed during 1919 affect ing local bodies. From same, re de viation on Dawson-Oodla Wirra main road, and advising that it will be ne cessary so deposit a plan, signed by a licensed surveyor, in terms of Roads Act, before any further steps can be taken. From accountant of L.G.D., advising the payment of £150 for. main roads. From Commissioner, Sub . Treasury, Adelaide, enclosing cheque for £44 14/, as reimbursement of ex penditure account of Commonwealth gift for employment of returned sol diers. Fr...

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HOOKINA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

HOOKINA MEETING. The Hookina race meeting was held in Mr. C. Hall's paddock, near Hookina, on -Tuesdaj', January 6. There was a fair attendance. De tails: Trial Stakes, six furlongs.-Mr. W. C. Finlay's Penelopize, 10 st 12 lb. (C. Boom), 1; Mr. J. Murray's Panda, 9 st. 7 lb. (J. Murray), 2; Mr. A. Wallace's Tinboy, 11 st 6 lb. (T. P. Hill), 3. Hookina Handicap, one mile.-Mr. T. A. Reed's St. Cyprian, 11 st <T. P. Hill), l; Mr. A. Wal lace's Perlubie, "10 st. (.Wallace), 2; Mr. W. C. Finlay's Merty Made, 11 st. (W. Q. Finlay), 3. District Hack Race, four furlongs.-Mr. H. Grant ham's Miss Warri, 9 St., l; Mr. J. Murray's .Panda, 10 St., 2; Mr. P. J. HenschkeV Miss. Woolyana, 9 sr., 3. Pony Race, under-14.2, four furlongs. --Mr. IT. Grantham's Brownlock, 10 St., 1; Mr. R. Gloede's Satin, 8 st., 2;' Mr...T. A. .Reed's Barbie, Ann, S St., 3. Flying Handicap, six furlongs.-Mr. A'. Wallace's Perlubie, 10 st, 1; Mr. T. A. Reed's Childwick, 10 St., 2; .Mr. J* Murray's Panda, S St....

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The Times Friday, 30th January, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. WORLD WISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

Friday, 30th January, 1920. - LOCAL TOPICS. WORLD WISE. Be sociable, with human love Existing all existence here. By kiudly deeds aud ways to prove Advancement to a higher sphere. The aims of life are founded on The principles affection blende, Whereon the light of God has shown To consummate His divine ends. This .world is but a transient gleam : Eternity is love or hate; The milk of kindness yields a cream Of value to propitiate. J-ife enmity a destroy the mind, Pollute the streams of human grace 'Where mortals drink, tilt passion blind They totter in perdition's race. Infinite shines the guiding light Where love pursues its humble way. Establishing a living right All noble instincts to obey. -AUGH S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Euchar ist; 7, Evensong. 3, Yongala. Among the honors conferred on A us tralians, we notice the name of Capt. W. E. Pascoe, 9th Light Horse, who has been awarded the Order of the Nile. Clearin...

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TRAINING FARM V. BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

M?. ? .TRAINING FARM V. BOOLEROO S4 - . . CENTRE. On Satur<Uy afternoon the willow ?wielders from the Training Farm paid a visit to Booleroo Centre to try con «lnBons withNo. lJteam. The visitors Jiad>first use'of tbe wicket, and after someisexceUeot exhibitions with the batj^the side were' disposed of for .189. .BoolfcroevCentre started to knock up Iherequired runs with commendable .energy irnt with Some of the best go aiig ba£k to ihe shade, Lb.w., things ? lookediglnm, but the tail enders wag ged (Vigorously, and at drawing of Etiimps tlie itotal stood at 199 for 8 wickets. ihe home team winning by 10 ranis and 2 wickets. The day was warm .for the'match. The principal scorer was P. Walters, who knocked up 66 for the home team in faultless 'style...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

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Tragedy at Carrieton A HAWKER SHOT. Carrieton, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

Tragedy at Carrieton A HAWKER SHOT. Carrieton, January 25. This quiet town was all com motion this morning when it was discovered that Mr. John Moser, believed to be a native of Egypt, had been shot in his bed. As death appeared to be instan taneous, and there was no weapon in the "vicinity, the circumstances point strongly to murder. Mr. Moser was -well known in the district, whore he was a hawker until about 18 months ago, when he retired. He was about 64 years of age. He resided in the town at a house next door to Mr. Rasheed's residence, and last night he slept out in the open at the rear of his premises, having made a bed on boarding support ed by three boxes. At about 12.30 a.m. several residents heard the report of a gun, but apparently took little notice of it, and it was not until 10 o'clock this morning that Mr. Moser's dead body, was discovered in his bed. The spot where the deceased had placed his bed was hidden from view by .a hedge from the rear of Mr. Raslieed's home....

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CRICKET CHATTER. YONGALA V. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

IMPM was played at yongalauon Saturday last. Ter ^jgB^fe^^?jffiajt';Aad'aebred 198 v^l£^-^Sunj»son<and A. Collins w-ere the- opening batsmen. _ Simpson Was very aggressive, and scored A- Collins was givBitout3i>.w. to Bock after ' s^;^iate^^Suiigle.' i^l1-35^ iSimpr when ^|^p^|(^jB^3^wled£'b^;:\StiUer. St; '65, and: .^j^^i^^wii'.TL7W« and :y||^ti&j|^i^.Pascoe''r'i«aoh scored fe^|^Tj»MiyiiiiMi-389.'aiiii 20. re -CoUihs -. reached stum ped. fell at 168. .The - Jiasfrj^ "wickets added only 30. their ., ^ irqgu|ar players,' jand they'missed -G.sBaach particularly.: Yongala If^fpMn^j^feifiMmings ? rather dis - atstrouMly, ~F» Stock going for a - i'jdiKik^*, Jland ..1H. --Gleeson had -? ^scfttpd jpiily 1 when he tried to ;:vV;;fcaock ifiie ;baU out of the ground J> -land was clean bowled. Johnston <f - madp 17 and was given out l.b.w. ©|;jW&^-dpwii for 45 and Yongala^e ^Pp^^^.;:i)Sa7HieiO' being a .^d; not look bright jfor^he home 'team. 0. Glee...

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The Sun-Raysed Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

The Sun-Raysed Column. By "Diptin." What ho, wy hearties I Hete bo ginseth the first paragraph of the first Kun-Raysed column, which will in futuro. if not latex, appear weekly in every newspaper of any standing in the Commonwealth. And here and now is introduced to you "Dipton," the writer of the Sun-Raysed column, whose business it is and will be, weather and other circumstances permit ting, to make this column even more readable than the Railway Guide, a book which, by the way, has done much to settle the doubts and difficulties of millions, and must always therefore prove of immense interest to all. In each weekly Sun-Raysed column you will find, given a reatonable^sense of humour, rib-tickling matter which, eo far as the writer's intentions are concerned,, is designed to arouse one mighty, nation wide shriek of laughter from Australia'^ five million human epiglottises or from whatever else is responsible for the risible caohinnations of the "genus homo.'" Herein, at times, you ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CARRIETON. 26/1/20. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

DISTRICT -4 CARRIETON. - 26/1/20. Carrieton's inhabitants have been... very .quiet lately, -one only- appearing : in the police courts this month, wheiij ~i beforeilessrs. John Read and james ._ Ormiston,. J'sP., . Joseph Sylvester.i King, -of - Port Augusta,: was charged^ on the information "of Mounted Con- , stable Rosenberg for unlawfully ill treating a certain animal, to \rit, a horse, by maliciously beating the said horse contrary to . the. provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty io Ani mals Act,; 1903 and 1915.. The defen- - dant did not appear, and the. case . was heard'ex parte. After evidence on oath had been given by ait eye wit n ess of the alleged offence and ? M.C. Rosenberg; the defendant> \yasT. fojind gnilty and fined; .flV-couri fjegj 15s. and'eosts 10s.; in default of pay ment 14 days' imprisonment; 14 ^days/v allowed in -which to pay. - . .' 5 On Saturday last-one could almost - imagine being, at the seashore, wheni they saw what a great writer has des- i crlbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

~~PAf& SHSfi. *if©aiOS»*T?iiRll£ar- tb* stranger. - v§d^/SWP<ss?f^ffe*^ *«* t****1 to!feam '-hbwrvyou are-Mited ti-ety to-flntijdreSal! tetandpiint^ Iknow ; >«»; toy inoiuy bAVe resulted in zzu>fa taan doottfior^ttte aiocJjmt- 1 if iWtitutioQ. ^ r'W ^ Wl^lSave y<m rna&t <3 ~ me dMiTgg ill these years ? , J , will never. IcF «^t-E^L1&Wit'iasfc'suc ceededin <>utwit3ing^ou_ and ttat wretch I «W£E3$u<«Bafly liPfcJr ^bwef^iind 3 you" as " yob l^^.bifiiriBfh 'm£ It shall be for' an eye, 'a tooth* lor a tOOth. V* , '^i^'^fa^spyn^tng. tciritjy weird gjkd -ini^es&c aboul the - inan' W ?ic towetud aluff beterefals?comiMBion, and pronoUnccd tken relentless eeo tesces, and IMBid )aten;« be »?ooSSJ ^ii'tb Sis" gUttering <5«. - and' ''insjfced those 'iuiuIUtiT -tines. abciat' the* raou&i.1' that lie^'WouM be as good «s his -word.unJteM-r---. Heii<L iot speak" lor aiene?»l....

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BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

BOOLEROOCENTRE. The. annual harvest thanta*: giving "services in coimfectidlC with the Methodist Churehwyl; be held nest month. The ser vices will begin' at Melrose -off February 1st, and then at Boo leroo Whim on the 8th, Murray town 8th, Booleroo Centre 15th, and Wepowie 15th. Weather conditions boister ously boisterous-a continual whirl;of wind and -dust for'tbe last week; The str awgatherers are severely handicapped, as the atmosphere is too thick to carry the curses of those who in mid air try to make things lie .flat, when they persist in turning' up there ends. Wheatcarting^ 'Is drawing to . occasional far - off arrivals, as the most is now in the pool-with smiling "cockies" drawing their certificate values. An immensely attended S.iLF.TL sale in our town to-day; every post seemed to have horses and traps" tied on. Must have" been 500 or more; yet nothing sold but sheep, which went off at good figures.

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ARWAKURRA V. TARCOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

t; ARWAKURRA V. TARCOWIE. . On Saturday afternoon the Arwa- - ktirra cricketers journeyed to Tar cowie. . The results were: -t. I.. . -Arwakurra.- , * J. Murphy/b. L. Burgess 24 ? F. Relchstein, b. B. Lewis 13 L. Fetherstonhaugh, i>. J. Furst .. 0 C. Miller, retired 22 F. Marron, -c. J. Furst, b. J. Brauer 7 - J. Kerr, i. F. Travers 4 J. fieichstdh, b. L. Burgess .. .. 13 F. Swarkj b. X; Burgess s R.-Kerr/b. B. Lewis .. 0 L. Marron, not out 4 Con. Casey, c. and b. W. Twigdeu 9 Sundries 21 Total 125 .. . ?-Tarcowie. J. Brscixer; b;JR.;Kcrr .. i A. Twigden, c. ajid b. F. Reichstein 7 F. Gutte, c. J. Murphy, b. R. Kerr 14. W. Twigden," c. F. Marron, b. R. . Kerr _ 15 L. Burgess,, c. F. Reichstein, 'b. F. Marron ... ... .. 46 F, Furst run out .. .. 4 B. Lewis, b. J. Murphy o T. Stagg, c. J. Kerr, b. F. Marron 39 F. Travers, l.b.w., b. F. Reinch stein 13 T. Travers, b.- R. Kerr 9 W. Heading, not out 2 Sundries 14 Total 164

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