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Opening of Orro[?]oo Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

Opening 6i Orrfitfoo Hospital. A simple little ceremony, arid by a lew simple hitle words on the part oi thfe Commissioner of Crown Lan.i-s (Hon. A. E. Anstey), and the Orrore^ and District s Hospital w.i-s-- d<;*lared open on Monday at noon, and the in stitution entered, on .-its reign of use* fu/n«s. Before looking to the future, one. must be struck with the force and en thusiasm ^ put into the movement * that resulted in the erection of this super;) ediiice that has cojhc in for' so unuh lavorable comment -from -visitors 'from \t 01 the. Commonwealth. - In -Jarch. 193S, a public meeting was called to consider the advisability of erecting a hospital. For years the Question arose only to fade out and die. tut oii' this occasion there were the men who-were awake to the district's needs; men wh.j realized that Orroroo and the surround lng district could never rise to its true position in the Korth without the se curity that a hospital brings to the par ent especially, and ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 January 1920

EURELIA. Jan. 26th. A week ago, Mr. W. Canny, a well-known resid ent of this district, sustained a heavy loss through a fire break ing out in some outbuildings, when near all the farming imple ments were burnt; also a newly overhauled motor car. It is as yet an unsolved mystery as' to the origin of the fire. Mr. Canny estimates his loss at over £600. - Last Tuesday evening, on the arrival of the east-west express, a pair of horses attached, to a buggy took fright and broke away, but were quickly caught before much damage was done. " The opal fields in the Far North have caused quite a mild excitement in our midst. Every second person one meets wishes for a hundred or so to be able to form a syndicate to gather un told riches. One of our local;re turned soldiers having left for these parts, we hope to see him return a wealthy man. Every day has its pleasures as. well as its woes. A Quoin crick eter, who took a constitutional while the train was standing at the station, fell into the ...

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

iiceised land Breker Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leasfes, 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, . . : MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. The Car for Hard Service 1 The durability, nmpliaty, thrift, beauty and convenience «I the Overland carplaces it in atjau by itself. .Stmt Ortdud it completely equipped, including electric Ugh ting and starting, ul high tension magneto.; Don't purchase your car until you bun all About the Overland. Write us to-day. W£ AB3 REPAIR SPECIALISTS t Wo matter what Is wrong: with yonr car we guarantee to remedy it promptly and thoroughly at the lowest prieoi. Our workshop is the best equipped in Australia, and* only experts are employed. Iddnti dl jsiir mqritiH it KM>g Winder* gt. ^ .. - » IDILUDI HISS E. RIDGE 117 iSHES to inform tbe jResidents of *' Peter...

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

;:^i9rc3MjiBWE; . ACCIDENT. Insurance Company, Lt(L A purely Anatralaaian ^Company, authoriiM capital. -CtiOOOjOM. Ion of . Property, in rACKS*n?GRbW insured -*t Loweat -Jimiyi. DAMAGE ; ®T iGjsove^efl'Witfaoat Extra . ?pn^toy*r«: protected #t~*helr>:|Ja#ffity for accidenta *. "QieU workmen. IjotrW Situ, tT, qfiabS «cnijly. : PromptSettlemesta. " " t--Gamlell" CA. -.Ajyt-it; IL'HElTf SUMWG_TMI\tlt. - IJWRIIERS ik recommended to iNaift Har*>e«t*a*arly aaposaible and thui -Write . at,iMicefor*quotaUonaforjBtn*erand ~>C:^^w^-r^wws.; ^ i «BNNO Jk«O^LTD., ? ? - ; darlingbuildino«, . ? ? * ADELAIDE. W.Hackett, MARINE. fUSONAL, iSNT, WORKERS' COM ^Ok UVS STOCK, ts »a growing aspeciality. Apply, to KF0RD, A«a»t, hl« AJFFRKY. Agent, Qnorm. K. TOROSE.lflanageT. Artelalda INSURE YOUR 'LIVE STOCK {Including Foaling Marca) . ' irithjhe ' ixweat enrrentratea quoted lor: and Crop).y v^S^SAi-AC^^pL «b<1 SICKKE5S A*}D _ MOTOR CAR mSGRANCES: Ob application to the Local Agent «l ~ ...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and XI, Petersburg; 8.30, Lancelot; and 10.30, Yongala. Usual evening devotions, 7, Petersburg. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. J%. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m.. Preacher Pastor L. Carir; 7 p.m., Preacher Rev. H. A. "De La Rue. -

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

MARRIAGE. O'DEA-KILDERRY. - On 22nd January, 1920, at Sacred Heart Cathe dral, Broken Hill, by Rev. Father Timmcns, Bryde, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kildcrry, Peterbor ough, to John, eldest son of the late James and Mrs. A. T. O'Dca, Boo boorowie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

Boston Cream.-Three lb. sugar,_ 6 quarts boiling water,! lb. tartaric acid, sence of lemon. Put some in tumbler, sugar must be beaten well. Roll out thin, cut into biscuits and bake quick BUTTER PUDDING WITH JAM -1 tablespoons S.R. flour, 1 tables poon sugar, 2 eggs. Break eggs into sugar and flour, beat well, add gradu ally 1 cup milk, have ready in a basin 4 tablespoons of jam. Pour butter-over it, place in saucepan of boiling water, and boil 14' hours. QUORN ST. PATRICK'S DAY. To be held on QUORN RACECOURSE - on - Saturday, March 20,1920. OFFICIALS: Patrons-Hon. R. W. Foster, Messrs. Thos. Butterfield, and W. Harvey, M'sP. Presidents-Messrs. M. B. Kyan, W. Bruse, T. B. Hbrgan, J. Casey, R. Grunike, R. J. White, A. J. Gregory Vice-Presidents-Messrs. R. Ascione, C. E. Fitzgerald, T. Kain, W. English, A. Wallace, E. G.-Burns. Secretary-Will L. Murphy. Judge-E. N. Tivopeny, Esq., J.P. Starter John Finlay, Esq., J.P. Handicappers-Messrs. W. C. Laidlaw and W. R Thompson. Hon. Surgeon-D...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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The Times Friday, 6th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

Friday, 6th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-The services on Sunday. next will be as follows:-11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. UMtolry.-The death occurred on Wed f nesday, at hie residence, Collins Street, Peterborough, of Mr. Samuel Heithersay. at the age of 78 years 11 months. De ceased was an uncle of Mr. R. Heithersay, auctioneer,'and has resided in Peter borough for a number of yea re, The fun eral took'place'yesterday afternoon, his remains being interred "in the local cem etery. The mortuary arrangements were in the hands of Mr. J. W. Bowering. Farewell-On Sunday evening, after evening devotions at St Anacletiis Churoli, very . quietly . a presentation was made to Miss Maude O'Brien by His Lordship the. Bishop of Port Au gusta (Rev. Dr. Norton), who, in a " few well-chosen words, on behalf of the congregation and Children of Mary, wished. her good luck, good health, and happiness in her future home, which is to be at Gawler. Miss O'Brien thanked them very much for ^i...

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The Sun-Raysed Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

The Snn-Riyied Column. By "Diptin.* Referring to the decreased purchasing power of money, Mr Hannah said that instead of being able to buy two decent suits s year, he had to continue -wearing one that -was not worth selKng to arag gatherer.-'" Argus " parliamentary re port. Drop a saline teajrwith Hannah, Who asks in pathetic maimer, "On three "hundred qui3 how can a Member clothe bis frame?" See: the suit he legislates in, Such a truly awful state's in, That a marvel that he prates in Parliament at all. ' Every thread and every section Held together by affection For the owner since election To his present job. You won't often catch him bending For he's ever apprehending That an awful sound of rending May disturb the House. I've heard whispered "sotto voce" By a knowing sort of bloko, he Dare not play a game of croquet . Sans his overcoat. Il' 'tis right that boots of leather May be doffed from off limbs nether, What about the " altogether" Costume, Hannah, lad ? Or, if some officio...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) Sir: At the Council meeting held last night, reference was made to a letter in your issue of January 23, " over the pen of one H. P. Shakes, in reference to General Birdwood, and as the letter is discourteous to the Council and the citizens in general, I was instructed reply to same. In the first place it was distinctly stated in the Press that the Defence De partment decreed that no official re ceotion was to" l)e tendered to General Birdwood on his way to Melbourne, and, secondly, neither I or any Coun cillor was aware of the date that the General would pass through our cojvn -and we are given to understand that Mr. Shakes only learned of the fact about fifteen minutes before the ex press was due. Had I or any of the Councillors been aware that the dis tinguished soldier v.-as passing through we certainly would have-as we have always done-gone across and paid our respects, as citizens, to the Gen eral. It is well known that we can not fly a flag on...

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CHAPTER XI. REVEALS STARTLING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

PHAPTEil XT. REVE.W.S STAHTLIN'G TliAGEDV. Tho numerous inmates of Holl? - hurst sl^pt lai" the next morninp. aitt'i* th<? iu and festivit iof of Hint ne\vr*lOT!.»e-for-gotten Christ mas. Two hours after Edric's flight every on-? was soundly looked in slumber, that figuro still fitting by ife g'-iite in iiU Ubrtrs" Soundest pi Hi r,r all. Tilrf (ire had binned lbir, wlui.' a<i,-s covered tlic blackening .-oals. while the dull grey light of the «'i"' j.er uiornijig rre'pl. gradually in ;J' i hp window and rested chillingly and with a ghastly gleam upon tie mas i er ol the bouse. At sewn o'clock a lazy servant en tered i be room to replenish the fire in U.; grate He started and appeared surprised upon seeing his iSfeter there, a look of guilt at 1-eing so late leaping in fo his f«<e. . l!-g pardon, sir." he bag&n, apo lofivt ically : "I'd been in before if I Inn! known you were up." Tii.-.".- was no movement, no reply i o ihis observation. 1 hv...

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NOVEL LEAP YEAR BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

toOVEL LEAP VEAfe SAli." - * On Tuesday evening, 3rd- February,. " novel leap year and twilight ball-was held in the Town Hall, in aid of the local Hospital Fund. Regardless of the fact that the eveniiigyould-hardly be -classed ,as coolj -a 'large_^rony<l at- ^ tendedand'expressfcd great" pJl^Sure at .the novelty.- A largexomjBfffefc-of young ? iadies;rassisted' f>y-tsev«ral young gentlemen, -'"were responsible for. the arrangements. The "twiBght" J -an Ainerican idea-^-was cre&ted*-'by * subduing tfae coloured lighting scheme with -pretty paper shades. This" was in the hands of Chief Electrician Shields, Who regardless of being "shocked" (by electricity) on -numerous occasion , successfully installed the lights before his final collapse arid entry-into the Peterborough Hospital, where lie is patiently awaiting the laying .of -the foundation stone. The Mayoress (Mrs Si D;"Jones) in a' neatJittieriSpecbBf in whichshe referred "to the' needAJf^tfie hospital (£830...

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—COPYRIGHT— EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TEN. CHAPTER X. EDRIE'S FLIGHT FROM HOLLY HURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

rcdpi^oinr. ^ooooooooooo-ooooo-o-ooooo GeoiBife Sheldon, Author oT " "-'Tiiat Dowdy of a Qiri/* &c &c. PAST . TEN. ?? _ " "" "CHAPTER X. EDBIE'S FLIGHT FROM HOUL.Y ' HORST.J While those exciting scenes were te -ing^enacted in the library. Edrie was up in her own room, in the third - storey,- busily engaged in looting over her simple wardrobe. '-Shfe. gathered , together a few gar , roentB, which she ^made into a bundle She-5put sbme toilet''articles and keepsakes into a small , hand-bag, and then arranged' everything -else in a oeafc-and orderly manner in her dressing-case and wardrobe. . This done, she exchanged the-white 'Cashmere dress which she had worn . during the evening for a walking dress; donned a trim". jaunty hat to . -match, over" which She tied a iJiick i>rown then she- drew forth pen and pap;r from one of the boxes of her dressing-case, and sat down to ..write.; . ., TTnr .cheeks were flushed to'acrim- ? son V.-jfau?. ,.her -eyes were dry and . brig...

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A MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

A MUSICAL TREAT. -jsrS On Thursday, 22nd ,lust/'in Petcrborou^i Town. .Hall,-.a fine in- > strumenta! and vocal program ynS:^ presentedby-visiting- arid loj?al latent:;.? in ai#of the local hospital fuudL Re gardless. of several, other entertain- . * ments during the week, a capital house s was provided, with a very; fine >must-£c cal fare. The "Frivolities" orchestra -" played the overture in - their usuxl - good style, after which Mr. 3Les Gluy as tastefully, rendered " "Songs - of Araby." . This .was. followed by a.i violin solo by Hiss Veri ^enwick."; This young lady possesses tempera-;' raent, and her rendition was a musi cal treat; her tone and style were-= excellent. Miss Dorothy Reed sang "My Dear Soul" beautifully." "This " young lady's singingis mostartistic, and possessing as she does, an uncom monly fine contralto, her numbers encored each time she . sang. . The ? ? humourous quartette, "Swank," was rendered by Miss Madge Hil],_,Miss Alice Nelson, Mr. Cyril Bradley...

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—Common Assault.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

-Common Assault. George Karpoozis was charged on the information of Claude Edward Potter with common assault. Evidence was given that on Jan uary 24, Potter was walking along Main St., when defendant came out of 'his shop and assaulted him, biting a piece out of informant's cheek. Karpoozis, in his evidence, alleged that on a previous occasion, Potter came inro his shop and had supper, promising to pay later. He had not done so. He admitted the assault, adding: "He come to my shop and have steak and not pay, so I bite steak out of him; he rush me like a bull, and I bite him like a dog," A fine of £l was imposed, with £l court fees, 19/ witness fees, £l 30/ counsel fees; total, £4 £)/. in de fault, 4 weeks' imprisonment.

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CRICKET CHATTER. BUFFALO V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

.CfciCKfif CHATTER. ;BUFFA1XJ 4vVO fJGALA. rkl'. ,7-u above match was played on the : ^^^etwbwoiigt Show-Grounds on Sat , Buffs "won the toss and j Laycock arid openfedj the batting: to J. .OSiratrt^Y-en-Bertouch.* With the V.!. , scoEe-.at 14, 'H Gleeson' "was caught ^.,^3*§£?£35|>p Clauds ^ffD£ri''?ifc4?ioiwvirai ':a&M:1Jtiisationa3, -as --in .'4- good wickets filler went. In tol'txy SR :" i^iand < «top ^9ic ;rot, ".arid ^y.. _ carefu^ f 102 J deliver ":;?nJm :Claii^lmacfed: ..Miller's. stumps Over. PI XSleeson.scored " 15; - mcan i|i|j^3tfliEe;IiTCoaL^6Jwas:plaj-ing good ;' ^ ^^ jcune3,:& ttftal' past the cen "* -: t^C'itafy^BS ;0epsm4j^§°^ £3he season. With the total ^tiJjajjGleeson was ?-? Ifts icau^tJ^ B^ddea.^ ott .Clair. ?* The ^^^^ jw«?cjrased>another sen . r , - i yithsuecesf i»e "balls,, thusse With'.'the for 8 jwidcets, Yongala :TyiillS§iar£d^e^ innirigs closed. _ F. iay ? :"'^^>rCT)aimng'; not -out with" 122, .-.'?'Si:::: SjR^ci?; iip...

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LOCAL COURT PETERBOROUGH. Friday, January 30, 1920. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

LOCAL COURT, PETERBOR OUGH. Friday, January 30, 1920. Before Messrs. S. D, Jones and R. W. Goudie, T.'sP. -Unlawful Possession. Edward James Algernon Wingrove was charged with being unlawfully in possession of two cases of mathe matical instruments, one .slide rule, three sets of stencils, and a water bag which had been stolen from the Resi dent Engineer's Office, Peterborough. Plainclothes Constable Kennedy, of Port Pirie, gave evidence of the ar rest of accused at Gladstone on 29th inst., in company with M.C. Hinton. They took him to the stationmaster's office, and Hinton said to" accused: "There are some draughtsman's im plements stolen from the engineer ai Peterborough; what have you got to say about it?" Accused replied: "I've got them." He then produced three cases of instruments. Asked accused how he came to get ihem, and he replied: "Thai't just what I don't want to tell you, because you would not believe me." Then arrested ac cused and brought him to Peterbor ough. Accused ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

Auctioneer Valuator. "to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, and all Documents for the purposes of at r^«:"The Real Property Act." ? 4 ajyj .. " ^HOU$ES, FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS 7^- ? AND BUSINESSES FOR SALE. ^"T"'s~_.;Rjents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills z.;i. r, . Prepared. S: E. H. FRITH, JWU;*/? Opposite Railway Station, MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. The Car for Hard Service 1 lb <tnrahfltty. simplicity, thrift, beauty and convenience of the .^Bndud ew places ita a clan by UsdL - Every Overland U ' eompletelyeqmpped, including electric lighting and starting, and high towfon magneto. Don't purchase your car until you 1eazn_ . all about the Overland. Write us to-day. WE £tc ? REPAIR SPECIALISTS I Ho matter what is wrong with toot car we guarantee to ^remedy it promptly and thoroughly at the lowest prices, i^farworfeahop is the "-best equipped in Australia, ana only " everts are employed. SMI jRindanSt. Address aHyour enquiries to 5 Y*® I i : ADKLAZQK HISS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Masse s.and 11 Pe terborough; 7, Oodlawirra; and 10.30 Nackara. Usual Evening Devotions, f Peterborough. _ - Methodist.-llBfid 1. Preacher, Rev. H. H. Gunter. y . Baptist--11 a:m. and 7 p.m. Prea cher-Rev. H. A. De La Rne.

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