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ORRORO JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

ORBOEO0 JOCKEY CLUB. Airtiual .Meeting. The ..Orraroo Club's annual meeting will be held on Wednes day-next; After, the last rain the officers of the club got busy get ting the;course into good trim, and-the result should mean good galloping ground The entries are well above the average, and better fields should face the star ter4han%hoete of previous years. With giood weather a successful 3lay. should - be-assured.- The ac ceptances iare as- follows " Hurdles.-SCCyprian, kt>, £t..-i lb.; Andy Donald, 9.11; Maldon King, 9.9; Real, Gold.; 9,7; Marajolite, 9.6; fow ler's Gap, 9.3; Dextraf 9.0; Poor Beg gar. 9.0; Lord Merryman, 9.0. - REAL GOLD OR ST. CYPRIAN. -- 0 ' Orroroo, Handicaps-Chardor, 9 sL '.Jarwsm^.-S.JS; Our Artillery, 7.32; Stridart, 7.6; Portjforio, 7.4; Torleaf, 7.2; Kallinta.' 7J0; .Pkjjinyaform,,_7.0; Princess Alwyne, 7K). CHARDOR jot STRIDART. Junipers* Flab-St Cyprian, 10 st. 10,lb,;.Maldon King, 9.13; Real Gold, 9.6; Child wick, 9.5; Boor Beggar, 9.0; Lord Merrym...

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CRICKET CHATTER. YONGALA v. FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

~ r. YONGAiA v, FEDERALS. m&tch;;was played Saturday last. > ig w -iMid «Iecfed to '..?anB'ifciry opened Ifefcfo^v.Tyith Sock's jt&ird Tdffi^w^ifihari^r^wiaH^ieaxi 1>ow-' " rr^was* bowledby^H. Glee or^LT. The S.Jamieson and ^ rartnerahip Padded .; 64. jBrimoge w^t^^^fora. *duck.*' ** "" I^VBuk^II scored 25 by iypl&y, jatadwtth Dodd ad toF: v'Sfch: wicket. went t&eap|y.; and sevm wickets irere down uorf*2I2.l . Dodd ?sras -when -Tonkin latfef slaited . ^mejrmyt > After>»a!ang 17 i^TOAhree chances with sup L-~^^^tjri.Lj8^;vwere at 247 de ^Ji^^Hirelbmngs^closed.'_-Dodd .^^achanceof stuuipxngat 6; : |uig8 ^i^^m^Ui^3 . not Qut with t Jus score in j^idd|^%aierB. -For; Tongala success. ^vejn0Lge\ would have '.?$mb much betieif if several chan iees 'dropped off his bb^^.rYongala Btarted with ; When : tihe fortoei£!wa« 2': he' gave a chanceiri (he slips toDodd which w^iicftheld. 1 Both batsmen now .w^^Sdowii to ^good. batting. With theiciiflSi* irt...

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THE CARRIETON TRAGEDY. [By wire Thursday.] [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

THE CARRIETON TRAGEDY. (By wire Thursday.] The Carrieton tragedy inquest was held to-day, there being a large crowd present. Interesting evidence was: submitted. The jury, after five minutes deliber ation, returned the following ver dict:-"That deceased came to his death by a gunshot wound, maliciously infiicted by some per son or persons unknown." The police will now proceed against the accused man, Foole, on a a charge of murder, on February 19th.

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

Mr. ALFRED A. ELLIS LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE Hairdrtutr aai Tobaccoalit write* July tat, 1916, of the treat benefit that he bu derived from Clements Tonic He believe* wisely that prevention i* better thaa cure. Here i« hii letter: CLEMENTS TONIC LD. "I bad often heard ny patron* here apeak highly of Qemt=U Tonic, so I decided to try it when 1 felt run down and in ill-health soma tine ago. " Your medicine soon gave me food health. It toned up my system in a remarkable way and made my nerves perfectiy^strong and sonnd. .'It will always be a plea* sure for me to recommend ft." (Signed) ALFRED A. ELLIS For %Veni o! steep. Indigestion, Afmntia, ai-d for I.ow Spirits or Neurelgla liiii m«v?icine in ucequoired ior bringing sure arc raj-M relief. T»r»« living sway ii. c-uutry parts wh-re mcd!c«li:en ar<* few »fcoul4 keep H iti tbe bov.He AU Chemist* wd Store* Sell It C):<r.eatc Tcoic Ld., 8C3t]!«, S S.W, ASK FOR Adelaide Meat Store Small Goods. OBTAINABLE IN ALL COUNT** ...

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

PONT MISTAKE' THE CAUSE. Sone^jVopIe Have Xidney.Troubie and Do Mot Know It. , Do you have backache? -"Are' you tired and worn out? -feel dizzy, nervous,, and-depressed? Are-the kidney .secretions irregular? . Highly coloured;, con tain sediment? iikely your kidneys arc at fault Weak kidneys give warnings of dis tress. . Heed the warning; don't .delay. Use a .tested kidney remedy. ? Mrs. H.: Sphnaars, Bismark .Street, Petersburg, says:-"Having received great benefit from Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, it behoves me to give ? (Ms splendid remedy public recogni tion, and I am very pleased to have this opportunity of doing so. For a long time. I was very far from well, the reason being that my kidneys ^were in a disordered state. Z knew lljis.wasso, from the fact that I had . aching pains across my back, dropsi cal swellings on my limbs, was sub ject, to dizzy attacks, felt always tired and languid, and had trouble with the secretions. The backache was awful, the pain at-times being alm...

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FOOT RACING. Training Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

FOOT RACING. ? - "-Training Notes. (By Early Riser. ) The tan track not being available on Wednesday morning,' the sprinters had to be content with the cinder track; and some fast times were recorded. K. Patterson, who is a likely candidate for "Stall" Gift, went well over 130 yards in 30 dfead. W. Brennan flashed over 100 yards in 16 sees. M. Brennan, a promising champion and a born stayer, ran 50 yards in 10* sees. R. Carty, a prominent runner, rail 120 yards in I8i sees. This young sprinter is a very likely even time runner if he con tinues as he is now; he is a well-huilt strapping lump of human flesh. Buff Wright, owing' to having the misfor tune to pick up a tack on Monday mor ning, was on die utility list. This ac tideht will, no doubt,-put the other, runners back in their training consider ably. Tom Taylor, who was at his best over .120jards, took 17i (very fast time, and the track record).

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

The Normey and Molly Dutlogue*. " Quite a feature of the Publicity Cam paign to familiarise the public with the food values of Sun-Raysed dried fruits is the astounding success which has at tended the placing upon the market of the " Good Little Normey" lolly and the " Molly" Sandwich Paste, both of which lines are manufactured from Sun-Raysed fruits."-Newspaper par. "Normey, dear," purred Molly, as she nestled more snugly against tbe second button of his new chocolate - colored waistcoat, " you don't know how much I love you." Normey coughed depre catingly as he replied as modestly as be knew how, "They all do old heart. I'm simpiy the rnge just at present; the girls all absolutely adore me." " Ah I but Normey, dear," sighed Mollev, "they can't love you as I do. Why I get a funny sort of feeling sometimes as though I could simply eat you up." Appre hensively, Normey made an unsuccess ful attempt to disengage himself from what appeared to be, very possibly a fatal embrace. "I hear t...

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THE TURF. PETERBOROUGH RACES. To-morrow (Saturday). [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

THE TURF. PETERBOROUGH .RACES. To-morrow ^Saturday). Tile annual summer ^meeting of the N.E. Jockey Club.$w31:3)e.3ield' on the local racecourse to-morrow,. and everything points to a sucessful day's outing. As will.fceseen b3ow, jexcel. lent acceptancesjhawsljieen teceived, and fairly large fields should be' the order of the day. _ . -Acceptancis|:an<i Seledtiohs. Handicap Hurdle Race, two miles. -Andy Donald, 9 ;St. 12 lb.; St. Cyp rian, 9.10; Maidorii King, j9.9;'Arktos. 9.9; Real Gold;*3B.$^[3>rd- Penda, 9.5; Fowler's Gap, 9.2; Dextral, 9.0; Lord Merryman, 9.0. .. . REAL GOLD or ST. CYPRIAN. Junction Handicap, five furlongs.-' Nostnim,:9 St.; Playfellow. 8.10; Cor ner Block, 8,4; Perlubie^ 7.18; Bectol, 7.10; Pistolusion, 7.6; Topay 7.5; Mar molite,i7J>; Monte .Queen, Jj2. PERLUBIE or CORNER BLOCK. Peterborough Handicap' nine fur longs.-Cb ardor, 8 st 12 lb.; Mael ham, 8.12; ,Alatus,8.3; Our Artillery, 7.11 j Portiform, 7.3;- Snowtown,' 7.1;. Papinyaform, 7.0; K...

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

F. H. FRITH, licosed laid Broker Valuator. Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, : Transfers, and all Documents for the purposes of - "The Real Property Act." HOUSES, FA^MS, 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! The durability, simplicity, thrift, beauty and cosvaaiNiee «( tbs "OfrtMfl cm glicw it in a tliu by itwM. Mvarj Ondul is ' completely equipped, isdndtui electric Ugbtisr and tUrOag, and - Iftb tendon magneto. Don't purchase yoor car utl 79a Inn ' ' in sboat the Overland. Write as today. WE AR E REPAIR SPECIALISTS ! ; jlo matter what is vim with your car we guarantee to remedy it promptly and thoroughly at the lowect price*. Ottr workshop ii the best equipped in Australia, and only experts an employed. -Address all y«nr enquiries te : rtISS E. RIDGE YV"iSSES to inform the Residents of jT'-r BeterborougJi an...

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

SOUTH BRITISH : #*£?; JIARINK, ACCIDENT. -Inioiwx'iCpiinujr! Ltd. A puralj .XuirdiMii Company, wtfcorM -V' capital. £9,000,000. »arsib*r (MG: dOFS, injured at Lowitt Correal Ratea! DAMAGE BY TKING corered Without Extra jl":" Employer*' protected their liabHity_ for accideata to&airworkmtn. Lewaat SatN, Perfect security. Settlement*.? ? . - f«U StrMt S/MinWr ffARMERS ar« , recommended ' to ?.^secure their Suppfic*. for Next Harvest as early as possible siid thus : avoid last -muoo'I Mortage. Writ* ? at odmior-quotations for Binder and Sewing TmnM.; , H. j.PENNO A CO,LTD.. DARLING BUILDINGS, i ADELAIDE. xaia-Kn. THE UADIMO 'SBBOSKKM. Pet Pijmts,' Horticultural Raqifl Inaacddfla,!< 8|n , 'ocb.Bird B^9h %Nit7 Pdodbtk. .. Orders. mtriilly .attended «RTADWCRonanyo< "above FREE. .* _ . J»*UNDLESTREET,ADELAIDE :fe% ~y: *H»one Ceotral MO. '.. ... ?. NEW ZEALAND ; fosarmce Cp., ltd. ^ MARINE, PERSONAL, >KNT"W0RKERS* COM. JtTJok LIVE STOCK, fte .TACKS and . - f...

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The Times Friday, 13th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. THE MUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 February 1920

Friday, 13th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. . V THE MUSE. The muse let loose within the town Through dusty streets came singing down To see the things -therein might be To fire the soul of harmony. . There to the right good folks abide With open winds and conscience wide, ' - There to the left the black ants' neat ' Assurance gives of common pest. The honey bee must have its sting And yet contrives to sweetness bring: The which It stores most care fully Within the hive of industry* - . The vicious ants assault and bite, Mangle and Mil .with* venoms might; .'/' Th%y madly swarm and wildly race . . ' To get food for their hiding place. The flies, all breeds, a purpose . serve* - * ' To irritate tho human nerve. Convey ill germs from death to life And so infect with mortal^ strife. Like bees, or flies, or ants that bite ' -fr Themuse beholds man as .a, mite For good or ill performing deeds Of selfishness for worldly needs. No sentiments of higher grace Within the town the muse could ? t...

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

CHURCH SERVICfcS. 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

Mr. W. KiJlius ' Tailor and Ladies' Costomiere . 78 Htadmarrti Sq., Adelaide, an old reti :ent, states Kl« opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC as a medicine CLEMENTS TONIC LD. "Whilst bring in Melbourne many years ago I suffered from stomach and liver ailments, it was then your medicine, which I think is one of the greatest of all medicines, was brought to my notice. " Ever since 1 came to S.A. it has BEEN MY MEDICINE. " I always have a bottle of it near me. "As soon as I feel a bit off I take a few doses and I am soon alright. "It has kept me fit and well for many years." sSign^j W. KJLLIUS r: for ti".« Australian nerve sys tem. Get it ar.ii keep liea?H-y. A few d ses works woadcrs. All ChcaiUts £ 5lore« Soil It Arrowroot Pudding.-Four penny sponge cakes, i oz. gelatine, 14 oz. maizena, 2 oz. sugar, 1 pint milk, 2 eg£s, flavour with vanilla. Soak gela tine in milk and sugar, put on fire, and stir in maizena. add the whites of eggs beaten to a stiff froth. Lin« a basin with the cakes which ha...

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The Sun-Raysed Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

The Siin-R&ysed Column. BY "DIPTIN." The writs for the Federal elections having not yet been returned, we mast be most careful not to mention the names of such persons as Mr. Hughes, Dr. Mar nix, and Mr. Bran lest " Diptin" should be required te sign his name to this column, fo/ all the world to see and know. How the now hopeless eyes of " Dippy V creditors would lighten with the knowledge of his whereaoouts, thus ascertained 1 What a turning over of police court files and finger printrecords there would be in the criminal investi gation departments of the six States of Australia! Mais nonl "Dippy," quite frankly, cannot take the risk1 of discus sing Federal politics herein until the writs have been returned, and, by the same token, a number of -present mem bers, and new aspirants for parliamentary honors have not been returned. For the present,' then, those who ^differ from " Dippy" in political creed are safe from molestation. They may f->r some weeks at any rate, pursu...

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWELVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

: 4y Mrs/ ^jeorgie Sheldon, Author o* >""niat Dovv^y ? <»f a Girl," tc. Ac. PART TWELVE. -" "Why. -bless .your. bean.. I picked you up, D?af1y dead, on the trail, ,3?^®E°> though you were too tar gone toknow anything about it. You've-had a tough time of it, my **°y- Cut you'll pull through ail right now, I hope- I've been -here every .day -to see you, and to help ' D<U5f y°"- and. Ed, I hope you'll let4 bygbnes bewbygones. I didn't use you just right, nor your mother nei ther;"!!!, those -old days, end I'm Peal sony for it now. I've had a chance to think a bit since I came West - «B,fA«V8 i&d to dfift for myself without <1 friend jn the world, and I.see things differently from what I dfaj ihcu.' "He seemed so honest and sincere that I "believed him "V'lt- wks ail right.' r told him. 'I oarer...had cherished .any ill-will to ^ards feim/ and I thanked Iii-a tor his-recent kindness to me. Tlj.-n I nshefi for my wife. A'i moUcjd that-he tur...

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BENNETT AND FISHER'S NEW SALE YARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

BENNETT AND FISHER'S NEW SALE YARDS OPENED BY THE MAJOR. The opening of the new sate yards of Messrs Benuett & fish er, Ltd., took pl*ce at 12-noifi on Thursday. Mr. A. G. Its mill (chairman of Director*/ in the presence of about 500 persons an nounced that Peterborough was their first nvirket in the Nortu, and they were so well satisfied with the business so far that the firm were going to open at the Burra soon, having secured the services of Mr. Goedon of that town. The firm were so pleased with the business here that they had erected these yards at a cost of over £3000. The firm were extending their business and is suing 17,000 new shares. For the last six months a dividend of 6 per cent, had boen declared. He was pleased to see so many present, and he trusted that all would have confidence in the firm. He had much pleasure in asking the Mayor to formally open the new yards. Tha Mayor /Mr. S. D. Jones) remarked that 18 years ago a petition was pre sented to several city ...

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NEED OF SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

NEED or SPEED. Doctor : "Mrs. Brown has sent i\«r me to go ami see her boy, and I must go at once." His Wife: "What is the mnu will] the boy ?" Port or : "I don't know ; but M;> Brown has a book on 'What to *to Before the Doctor Comes.' an<i J must hurry up before she docs ii." Sunflower seeds form an irresistible bait for rats

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A SURE SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

A SURE SIGN. ft was a great d&v in the Smith family. T-ittie Freddie bad reached ihe mature age of three, and was to discard petticoats for more manly raiment, in the foim of knickerbock ws, Little Freddie's mother deter mined upon making1 the occasion a memorable one. The breakfast taM. was laden with good fare as th'1 newly breeched infant was led into the room. "Ah !" cried the 'proud moih<*r. "now you are a little man." The youngster was in ecstasies, displaying his garments to their fuli advantage, he edged closer to his maternal parent.. "Mumraie," ho. whispered. "now can I caJl p;v Rill'?"

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TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

TRAINING NOTES. The dirt track was in tise this morn ing, and there was no fast work done. .R. Carty was -the first to work; he got over 120 yards in 12 1-5 sees. Buff Wright easily executed a quarter in even time.. Brennan took 10 1-10 sees, for 100 yards. This running is slip ping a bit," and the early flier thinks that he. is overworked. K. Patterson gave Tom Taylor 4iis dust for 135 yards in 13 3-5 sees. I -think that he has Stawell at his mercy, M. Brennan ran 120 yards; no time was taken, as the watch broke. J. Conlin, who is a certainty for St. Pat's Sheffield, has not been seen on the track for some time. When Frank Wilcocks sprinted everybody thought that Capt. Loftes had arrived before he was due. F. Ind, a young colt, was a bit frisky, and ran 50 yards in 5 sees.

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ORROROO JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

ORROROO JOCKEY CLUB. Patrons-Messrs. Tlios. Cozens and A. Sinclair. . ' President-Mr. A. C. Moody Vice-Presidents-Messrs. C. H. Hague and P. C. O'Seilly. Judge-Mr. A. C. Moody. Starter--Mr. C. Harslett. Handi capper-Mr. W. Gordon. Hon. Surgeon-Dr. J. E. McGiashan. Cleric of Scales-Mr. Lance Haynes. Clerk of Course-Mr. J. Brown. - Timekeeper-Mr. Thos. Arthur.. Auditor-Mr. R. Wilkinson. Treasurer-Mr. F. P. Keats. Stipendiary Steward-Mr. Clem HilL Committee-President; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. E. A. Wickins, E. H. Judell, F. A. Forbes, W. C. Dowling, W. H. McEensie, Lance Haynes, Secretary, A. Pfitzner, B. A. Clarke, B. G. Field, A- J. Williams, F. Smith, P. Gearen, and F. McDonald. Secretary-Mr. W. H. BirrelL . The annual meeting of the club was held in perfect weather on Wednesday. Since the rain of Xmas eve, the committee have paid a good deal of attention to the course, and good going re* suited. After holding reins as secretary for many years, Mr. W. C. Addison recently retired fro...

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