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

THANKS. Miss Maud O'Brien wishes to thank Mrs. Uarmody, .senr., Miv.P. Br Snigg, and the Mayor for tinSness received at the time of flood; also Misses Snigg and , Clarke and congregation for the presen tation made to her, by SiisiXjordship last. ? Sunday evening. < '4

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YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held January ::i, 1920. Present-Crs. P. .1. Kcrir. (chairmail), Cram, H 'binson. Toor. Jamieson. O'Reilly, and Dislrirt Clerk,. Minutes of previous meeting read a-*-<] confirmed. The clerk's 1':;a ?' o re port showed: Receipts, £210 10/2: Payments: District Fund, £03 4/:.': Government Grant Account. £30 10/. Correspondence was received fro n Accountant L.G. Department, advis ing that sum of £lG had^bccn pa: j to credit of Government Grants ac count, being ovogjjfcr's salary for year Secretary L.G. Department, (Hrecting ended 31/12/19. - Received. From attention to following Acts passed during 1919 Session as follov.-s: No. 1,402, Loan for Fencing; No. 1,408, "Rating for Hospital Act, 1919; Xo. 1,378, Commonwealth Advances for.. Employment of Returned Soldiers Act, 1919; No. 1,365, Animal and Birds Protection Act, 1919; No. 1,370 Lights on Vehicles Act, 1919.-Re ceived. From E. S. Wigg & Son, advising books for sale. - .Re ...

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

SANDER * SONS' SUCALYPT1 BXTRACT. Thy aujeualled remedy for cold*, inBuenza, cheat complaint*, neuralgia, indigestion, rfc«unutiim. Steikr'ii Si tract, the lure protective from all in fection*, fever, diphtheria, meningitis. Sander* Extract, the great healer c! wounds, burnt, ulcer*, sprains, skin diseases. Sander'* Extract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria to contain ifi-ij?gtic ted healing substances not present, in other eucalyptus prepara tions, hence its superior i>n4 unique curative power. Soaker's Kxtract, the only; eucalyptus product prepared ex clusively irom the leaves and refined by special process, is free from the ir ritating and heart-deprescine effect of the common eucalyptus ana the so called "extracts," and is safe for inter na! and external use. Insist on the Genuine. Sander Extract, and derive die benefit of quality and reliability Tk«» U «»i "fast aa «nn4 * OATMEAL BISCUITS.-li cups flour, 1 cup oatmeal, 1 lb. butter or lard, - £ teaspoons baking powder, 3 ...

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

A SUCCESSFUL TRAINER. Few trainers have had as successful an innings as Charlie Schmidt, the well-known northern trainer. He exer cises great patience and care, most im portant features in the preparation of horses for racing, and this has as serted itself ofttimes when other trainers would have given the game best. His last winner was Battle Queen, and her last three starts on metropolitan courses resulted:-Sec ond Port Adelaide to Nurse Csvc% first oi) second day, and first at GSw ler in Flying Handicap. During the last 13 years Schmidt Las trained 113 winners on registered courses, which include:-Momentum 19, Byuk 12, - Merry Monarch 10; Eager 1, Baxter,^. The Tinman 2, Kirriuoor. 1, AJgy 1, Tlmiidersliower 1, Iona l| Eulie 1, . Darter X,- Booyoolie 3," Wheat - King 15, Peggy £,.Miss Juggler 1, Stannio -2,- Ladur Belle t, Bonnie Absolute 1, Tot Melba 2, First Step 3, Suleem 8, Miss Neckersgat 3, Who's. Who 8, Wairakie 1, Cheer Up 3, D'ell Fire 4, . Fistolusion 2, Battle Queen 6. ...

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ORROROO JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. —Run Wednesday, February 18.— HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

ORROROO JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. -Run Wednesday, February 18. HANDICAP HURDLES. ; Two miles. Laroon, 11 st 11 lb.; Jarvvan, 10 10; St. Cyprian, 10 4; Andy Donald, 9 11; Maldon King, 9 9; Real Gold, S 7; Marmolite, 9 6; Fowler's Gap, 9 3; DextraL, 9' 0; Poor Beggar, 9 0; Lord Merryman, 9 0. - ORROROO HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Chardor, '9 St.; Jarivan, 8 12; Our ?Artillery, 7 12; Meniscus, -7 il; Stri dart, 7 6; Snowtown, 7 4; Portiforin, 7 4; Torleaf, 7 2; Kallinta, 7 0; Papin yaform, 7 0; Princess Alwyne, 9 0." JUMPERS' FLAT HANDTCAP. One and a quarter miles. Laroon, 12 St. 4 lb.; St. Cyprian, 10 10; Maldon King, 9 12; Real Gold, 9 6; Childwick, 9 5; Poor Beggar, 9 0; Lord Merryman, 9 0; Dextral, 9 0. FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Hesso, 10 St.; Nostrum, 9 0; Our Ar tillery, S 2; Corner Block, 8 0; Dell Fire, 7 7; Perlubie, 7 6; Pistolusion, 7 6; Scrutinatus, 7 5; Marmolite, 7 4; Jamestown, 7 3; Topay, 7 3; Bectol, 7 3; Lord Traquair, 7 2; Tostig Belle, 7 2; Santoria, 7...

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

PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. Minutes of meeting held Mon day, February 2nd, 1920. Present -the Mayor, Crs. Phillips, Dick eon, Ann ear, Garwood, Bills and the Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting. read and confirmed. Apologies received for the ab sences of Crs. Etpdd and Baldwin. Engineer's report for previous fortnight received. Dayman to sink holes for electric light poles and ganger to confer with engin eer when ready, Conespondence was received from Railways Commissioner, re sanitary charges. - Received. From secretary: of United Foot ball Club, asking for permission to use Victoria Park for football purposes on Tuesday and Thurs days.-Requests granted. under usual conditions. From Mr. H. P. Shakes and others, complain ing of the top dressing of the road in Silver Street. - Resolved that loose material from road be placed on- foot-paths and road metalled. From Cr. Footer ten dering his resignation as coun cillor for Yongala Ward owing to his removal from Peterborough. -Resolved that...

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Welcome Home at Orroroo. LIEUT W. M BILLS, and CPL. JACK BILLS [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

'Welcome Horns at Orroroo. LIEUT. W. M BILLS, and CPL. - JACK BILLS The 50th Battalion returned two more of its number to the town recently, and on Wednesday -night a goodly crowd assembled at the Institute to welcome them home. The Bills brothers have been connected with the town aH their lives, and a good attendance . was natural. Mr. J. Blight (vice president of the Cheer-Up Society) presided, and after the overture a volley of welcomes was directed at both men. Mr. H. Medlin wel comed Cpl. Jack Bills as a fellow worker who enlisted from the" "The Busy Corner." The Rev. S. Bowering welcomed them collec tively with expressions, of grciti . tude, and pleasure. The speaker, who spoke feelingly, was a regu lar speaker at welcomes home at Peterborough, and his.words made a deep impression. Mr- T. /Thompson, who had played cricket with Lieut. Bills in pre war days, joined in the welcome. He was proud to have been asso-. ciated with such men. Mr. Thompson spoke of LieutJBilVs' ability a...

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

TENNIS. - A very -interesting afternoon was spent on the Methodist tennis court on Saturday, January 24, when a colour match was held, the results being as follows:-Messrs. Hatchard ft Tay lor lost to Messrs. Richard and White ford, 2/6; Messrs. Sumner and" Phil lips lost to Messrs. Stock and Bald vwin, 5/6; Messrs. C. Cox and Nicholls - Jost to Messrs. Swain and R. Cox, -fi/6; Misses Oates and Cox beat Misses Walker and Hill, 6/4; Misses Prince and Ham beat Misses Langley and Mole, 6/4; Miss Oates and Hat chard lost to Miss Walker and Stocky a/6; Miss Nicholls and Taylor beat Miss Hill and Whiteford, 6/4; Miss Prince and Sumner beat Miss Mole and Richards, 6/1; Miss Ham and "7 :1,:' - «"t M;*s Lano^ev and Swain, 4/gj 3f«ssrs. Cox and Nicholls beat &lcsSis. aaidwin and R- Cox, 6/0. Heds, -6 sets' 50 games; Blues, 4 sets *0 game*.

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TEROWIE V. FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

. ^TESQIVIE V. FEDERALS. . Cin'Saturday last the Terowies met (2Feaeials, "and the result was a draw. Tascoe won the toss, and, deciding .itoi;i»at,seiit S.R Simpson and H. Col . 4in intothe bowling of Shields and rSlurlcy. The feature of the match I was the fine innings of Artie Collins, : who made 122. not out When the ?'score had reached 259 for eight wic Jrets, Terpwie declares, giving Fede ^,jrkIs one anda half hours to bat, and they compiled 109j for eight wickets. Leicester 38 and Jamieson 43 being ; the main scorers. Federals were minus ";13odd and' Tonkins, while Terowie ; "were withont the services of .Roach, Zanker, ' Lang, Piper, Sawers,. and Chapman. Scores: -Terowie. tSi-R- Simpson, b. Sharley ... .... S ..;H; C. Collins, b._ Sharley .... . . 44 . A. Collins, not out 122 -M. Collins, c. and b. L. Bills .. .. 22 H. Fascoe, c. Brimage, b. L. Bills 17 ME!1<5otlins, b: Sharley .. .. 9 O. -Witt, Lb.jr., b. L. Bills ...... 5 F..diahonej^ l). Sharley .. . . .. .. 0...

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NORTH-EASTERN WEIGHTS. —Run February 14.— HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 February 1920

NORTH-EASTERN WEIGHTS. -Run February 14.-_? HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two-miles. Laroon, 11 st. 10 .1b.; Andy I>onald, 9 12; St Cyprian, 9 10; Maldon King, 9 9; Arktos, 9 9; Sloyd, 9 V; Real Gold, 9 7; Silkworm, 9 6; Lord Penda,- fl 5; t Kitnbo, 9 4; Fowler's Gap, 9 2; Poor * Beggar, 9 0; Dextral, 9 Of; Lord Merry roan, 9 0. JUNCTION HANDICAP. Five furlongs. Nostrum, 9 st; Playfellow, 8 10; Our Artillery, 8 S; Corner Block, 8 4; Perlubie, 7 12; Sectol, 7 10; Plstolu sion, 7 6; Topay, 7 5; Marmolite, 7 5; Scrutinatus, 7 3; Monte Queen, 7 2; Santoria, 7 1; Torleaf, 7 1; Cloudless, 7 0. PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Laroon, fl st 2 lb.; Jarwan, 8 13; -Chardor, 8 12; Maelham, 8 7; Alatus, 8 3; Our Artillery, 7 11; Stridart, 7 9; Portiform, 7 3; Snowtown, 7 1; Papin yaform, 7 0; KaHinta, 7 0; Princess Ahvyne, 7 0; Torleaf, 7 0; Cloudless, 7 0. - HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES Eight furlongs. Stridart, 9 st; Portiform, 8 9; Bla fil, S 8; Topay, 8 3; Princess Alwyne, 8 2; Scrutinatus, 8 1; T...

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

THE Mr. £. A. Wickens, the popular OrroroO ovrner, -Jiad jlis fourth siic cessi#e|ivinP; with jHtssq oniSaturday, when he'annex^d'the jii'fehile* Handi cap with the burden of 30 st. 5 lb. . Re ferring to the race,i tl(e' ^Adyertiser" says:-"The Jjiyieiiilt3ijwxlicap was -a race- in which fifcssb; the "best two year-old in the State, put ng a dazz ling piece of- WOTi. - Tte \cplt drew No. 18, and aifTfenfcloa^had^jil 1 ed No. i marble, Mri R. m7 Hawker's filly was elected favourite. Neither got out of the barrieF weJlr-bjit^in tlie'stralgKt - Terckia picked iipr-thetwopacemakers, Anenda and Phazania, and for a mo ment "it looked ..as if the filly would atone for her? ^failure ..?onI: Monday. With two iuMongs to go Hts^o, who rair a peculiar race, his own, no doubt, i>egan Ja forward move, » Boom. rode the colt, and, sitting down, that horse man drew his whip. It. appeared as if"Hesso would not get through, but he threaded his' own way through the back^field, and at the half-distan...

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The Sun-Raysed Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

The Son-Raysed Column. By " Diptrn.* r. i,LA0U5;"C0i0Del H- W- Murray, V.C., C.M.G, D.8.O. and Bar, D.C.M. and Croix ^"erre . . . was considerably embar rassed when a lady rushed forward, and throwing her arms around hia neck, kiss ed bun heartily."-" Argus." 4^ M this Murray, brave V.C., who in such trepidation, * Would fain retreat (Isay not "flee "> irom proffered osculation T V.C. would sure mean " vapid colonel" had missed-this chance supernal. HisC.M.G. would ne'er have stood (Had he his chance evaded) Oatch Me, Girls," and never would J. he girls have enfiladed Again so bashful an Adonis (Bell holds no furies like scorned donahs). And, too, it seemeth to thisbard, Who claims poetic license. That girls would sound the "C" quite hard, - ^ Aye, all the really nice un's; Tims D.C.M. would finally Be understood as " Don't Kiss Me." Hu D.8.O., of course, deceived The cirla intent on mating; . For it, each girlish mind conceived. Meant "Don't Stop Osculating."* What wonder if the...

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FLATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

FLATTERY! Mother : "Why don't you jar when he stays too long?" Daughter : "1 did, and he told m® what beautiful teeth I had.;' ^

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CARRIETON. (Received too late for last issue.— Ed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

CARRIETON. (Received too late for last issue. Ed.) With a detective, a sub-inspector of police and two policemen in tee town ,the correspondent is like all the other inhabitants-suffering from an attack of nerves; and for that reason and also the quietness of the io.vn through the presence of these re presentatives of the law, there is very little to write about, unless it be the rumotrs and lies floating round, and one hears enough of the awful- cold-blooded crime without reading of it. The inquiry was opened before the Coroner {Mi-, John Rc&d), a jury of six, and Defec tive Horseman conducting for the Crown. Evidence Was given-by Mr. Hermann Zimmermann, who said lie was staying at Mr. Mymecd Uash eed's on Saturday night, January 24. He had known Mr. Moser for abou! 18 months, and he said Mr. Mnser was with Mr. H. Rasheed and Mr. D. Rasheed and myself in the dining room. About half past seven p.m. Messrs. M. and D. Rasheed and Moser left the dining room. Mr. M. Rasheed moto...

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DISTRICT NEWS. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

QI8TRICT HEWS. DAWSON. A very successful cuchre party, which reflects great credit on the Secretary (Mr. G. F. Scliojz) was flven in the Dawson Hall on Friday, ebruary 6th, in aid of the Dawson Tennis "Club. There was a goodly number present -from surrounding districts. The prizes were won-by Miss Carroll and C. Ramsey (first), and "booby" prizes went to K. Davis and Miss R. Mottle respec tively: A supper and dance followed. Mr. F: Peters was M.CV and the music, was supplied by Miss D. Piigb and Mr. H. Hooper.

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CHAPTER XII. MR. RICHARDS' TH[?] STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

CHAPTER TTT MR. RICHARDS' TH3HMMM STORY. Tt was not until Daniel CnnpMt had been buried a full week tfakt Bd ward Richards presented lilmiplf again at Hollyhurst, and thfcs time he inquired for Mrs. Campbell. He was told that the lady neelni no visitors, end then tbe servant, with a supercilious air would have shut the door in his face if he had not stepped forward and prevented him. "Tell your mistress that I am no visitor, but that I desire to see her upon important business connected with her late husband's estate," he commanded, in a tone which plainly indicated that he would not be de nied, while at the same time he handed the man his card. The servant took the message to his mistress, and presently returned to inform Mr. Richards that die would see him, and requested him to come in. He conducted him to the library, where he sat down to await the lady's appearance ; but a feeling of gloom oppressed him as he remem bered the strong man whom he had seen there so recently, but who...

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

-.-COPYRIGHT! * ooo<><k><><>o<k>o<><><>o<k5-6-6^; BiE'S LEGACY.! s>. . ... oooooo-ooooooooooooooo-o By Mrs. Georgie Sheldon, Author of "That Dowdy of a Girl," Ac. &c. . PART.ELEVEN. The servants had already discover ed it and Vague suspicions ani whis jierings were floating exnoae, them, and these grew stronger and mot's significant when one of their number repeated the violent language which he bad heard his master use. to .the young girl the previous night. This led to other surmises and cou lectures, and they recalled many in stances of the man's evident dislike and;Vindictiveness towards the girl. The doctor looked very grave when he - learned that she had gone and what had occurred the evening be fore; "This looks bad," he remarked in a. low tone to Harold, after Mrs. Campbell .had communicated the con tents of Edrie's no' 2. -Why so ?" the young...

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The Great Raymond. Peterborough, Thursday, Feb 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

Tie Great layaond. - Reterboi^jigWTl^u^day, J; Who is he ? :<Rayinoad iftiiie . -world's greatest hypnotist, fD^ic ian, thought reader,-who has £ffn ^engaged -Jsy, Mi^R. Bainvjfco, fa8ir the world; , lie will astound.- £$>u. ' SupportingRaymond .Vaudeville Goy, of-l&stai^} f?gn» ..early atthe .jown Hall on; the 19th to ayoid di§appointaent.T>.y

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BURRA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

BURRA MEETING. The Burra races were held last Saturday, and everything passed off successfully. There was a record at tendance, and the sum of £4,009 15/ went through the tote. Results: Hurdle Race, two miles.-Mr. H. King's WALTOWA, 9 st 7 lb. (Mooney). 1; Mr. A. D. McDonald's Rothiemay, 9 st 7 lb. (H. D. Camp bell), 2; Mr. P. J. Reddan's Re2l Gold 9 st 7 lh. (Hale). 3. Other starters Third-Degree. 10.11 (Price); Andy Donald, 9.11 (Miller); Maldon King, 9.9 (O'Doherty); Arktos, 9.8 (Deeble); Lord Merryman, 9.0 (Thomas). Dividends for £l-£2 8/ 2nd £l 13/. ' Trial Stakes (1st Division), six fur longs.- Mr. M. Dackford's hk-tn. CALLED IN, 8 st. 11 lb. (Lawrence), 1; Mr. R. V. Drury's Our Artillery, 8 st. 11- lb. (Campbell), 2; Mr. W. H. and J. Richardson's Tanbellina, 8 st. 11 lb. (Hopwood), 3. Other starters -Conjure. 8.11 (Wright); Balgowan. 8.11 (Galliford); Monte Queen (Fran cas); Carawa, 8.11 (Jacques); Lord Penda, 8.11 (Krogdahl); M.O.D. (O'Dea). Dividends-£l 14/ and £l 7/- . Tri...

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WHEAT AND SHEEP COMPARED. Question of Profit. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

WHEAT.-AND SHBEFC ' J COMPARED, , > Question of Prbfit: " " Before the war iirSd' commenced it was generally" 'though' thatf a ' bushel was a fair " price -for "wheat, said Mr. W. L. Hortin, In a paper-on "Sheep v. Wheat." read-before'1 die . .Tarcowie Agricultural'; "Bureau, but 'for the last four harvests farioeri had>. ?received' abbut^/- a bushel?;He thought farmers'cbjiid'"n,ot i^tkfinon .receiving more than 3/6. a bushel now that the war had ceasiiL ~ Tn a tew .years' time Europe would" be" able to ?put the .same area, ijn4?r crop as -be fore the" war. . ' ~ The outlook for sheep was _ much "better. There . had been a-big.de crease . in . the number of . ?beep;.in many parts of the- world, and whilst -wheat production might be feronght up to its" old: state in one or two years, the number of sheep'couti not be increased to the pre-war total during the same period; in" fact, it would take many years to recover. Mr. Hortin estimated the tmo sub jects on a small scale.; .as...

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