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DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

DISTRICT. NEIIIfS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. February 14.-After the excitement of the race meeting and Eroni Bros.' circus, the following evening, there is a thirsty feeling of lassitude and in difference pervading the town that, other than to assist the drink dispen saries of those in that trade, is of no vital importance. The weather being tropically boisterous, with daily heat waves, is sweating the human system to a state of expectancy of cooler times to come. The night breezes have been very refreshing, but the day ones much otherwise; however, it's seasonable weather, much better now than later on. St. Valentine's Day, now obsolete, is principally devoted to the payment of the land taxes that are due on that day. The old folly of love and ridi cule is now superseded by the solid practice of paying to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, with a modernism of business intellect that debars fri volity. A few cars from here went to the races at Peterborough to-day to fol low their luck or c...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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THE TURF. PETERBOROUGH RACES. MAELHAM WINS HANDICAP. Corner Block Secures a Double. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

TFna TORF. - PETERBOROUGH RACES. -m^t ttam-wins HANDICAP. Corner Block Secures a Double. The Peterborough Annual Summer ' Jlace Meeting passed off successfully ^5ter several days of Vhot weather a storm *ame upe®«^1 V it remained very threatening donbt spo.lt the whidi -^as hardly up to : last vear: and the totalizator showed a : ^^ faUme oft-r£UW passmg a*mn^ the machine oa SOL races, a apainst £2,700 on seven races. J*r. §Stanton, of Adelaide, and staff were 5very prom.pt in the tote, and "B^r® Sritnlated on Aar managemm. TuTr ^r I . Hoean {Chairman Stipen Sdiatyf Steward) was . present, and -Everything passedoffwithout anydis ^liites or Wests. As a result of a s^4n^e Hurdle face, Jodnyl^g for a fortnight, he lod a wy nasty fall and was forta timie to-baVe escaped as well as be 'Muiphy had the pub ^-. «««»*** .«* ladies i" conducted the" refreshment in aid Of local <*"*?- A num fcerofjmprovements have beenmade bvtheclub during the year, principal aic^ig sfliich was the ...

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

WILLOWIE. February 9.-During the past two years or so considerable movement has taken place in the local land mar ket, somewhere around 15,000 acres having cliangcd hands during that period within a ten-mile radius of this centre. The remunerative price offer ing for wheat will no doubt have the effect of bringing larger areas again under the plough, much of the land having been allowed to go out of cul tivation owing to the uncertainty of the wheat'market, coupled ?with the high prices ruling for wool and meat. There are few better areas in the State for wheat growing than this, given a sufficient rainfall. We under stand that there are still properties on the market if satisfactory prices can be secured.

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

STOP IT NOW. If you have a pain your back, if ycu have a lame back, or an aching back, stop it now. For remember that back ache is indicative of kidney disorders. It is a spy placed there by Nature to warn you that your kidneys need help. Don't neglect the warning, for it may be too late if you put it off. You ask how to stop it? Well, let this man tell you. Mr. F. Kluge, Sixth Street, Quorn, says;-"J suffered from backache and kidney trouble for some time, but after my experience with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills I am sure no one ncc-il suffer from those trying ail ments. I only wish I had heard of this grand remedy months before; I should have been saved a lot of suf fering-. Briefly, my case is as fol lows. I was suhiect to severe pains in my back, which at times were un bearable, and compelled me to lie up. If I stooped, a cruel pain used to strike me across the kidneys, and it was as much as I could do to stand up straight again. The kidney secretions were affected, being thick...

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

PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. Fortnightly meeting, held on Mon day, February 17. Present-All. Min utes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Engineer's report for previous fortnight's work received. Engineer to see the secretary of the Frivolities with reference to electric lights at hall, and report at next meet ing. Resolved that new lights, as per sample, be placed in the hall, and when so placed must not on any ac count be interfered with. Notices to this effect to be placed in the hall. Sample lamp in Council Chamber to be retained. Application from - L. Zenkner for an increase in wages. To be taken in committee. Correspondence received as under: -From Jamestown Corporation re amounts collected from motor vehi cles tax, asking the Council to assist in endeavouring to have the amounts allotted to corporations and district, councils for expenditure on public roads.-Resolved that Council's dele gates support the motion at next-asso ciation meeting. From Dr. Goode - asking permissio...

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BOOLEROO CENTRE RACES. A Good Day. Blafil Wins the Double. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

BOOLEROO CENTRE RACES. A Good Day. Blafil Wins the.Double. On Wednesday, February 11, the Booleroo Centre Picnic Races drew a fair gathering to the annual event. Compared with many country courses the going was good,., though a trifle dusty, and a long down hill straight helped to make for many fine finishes. Shortly after noon vehicles began to swairo into the ground. The habitual benevolent individuals, who give cash away for nothing added to the amuse ment of those with a speculative mind, while the luncheon booth, fruit, cool drinks, and liquor booths carried on a good trade. Hammond was well re presented on the ground by car loads of citizens, who followed the fortunes of that ever-green owner, Mr. Albert Wallace. In the Trial Stakes nine horses faced the barrier, President Wilson getting home with Kyrie Eleison hard oh his tracks. Anton Belle seemed to be a stiff favourite for the Garry owen Stakes, but Blafil managed to get home nicely. The Booleroo Centre Handicap saw a smal...

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BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. To the Citizens of Peterborough and District. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. To" the Citizens of Peterborough and District. On Thursday, February 26, the- re sidents of Peterborough and district will be invited to attend a grand con cert, to be held in the Town Hall on that date. The program will be-pro-' vided by the local troop of Boy Scouts. The object of the concert is to raise funds to purchase-equipment, etc., and to start a building fund to enable the boys to get a clubroom of their- own. At present they 'meet in the street. This is not at1 all satis factory, as the Officers cannot instruct the boys in the open so well as in doors in various subjects. This great movement -is recognised by high .authorities to be the finest organisation for boys. They not only obtain physical training, but the scout training develops a boy morally as -well* It inspires him with a love for his God, King, and Country, and lays the foundation stone for a jrood and useful citizen, which at these times is the nation's greatest asset. Below you will ...

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ANOTHER BLAZE IN ORROROO. B[?]tter Factory Totally Destroyed. Orroroo, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

MOTHER BLAZE IN ORROROO. Batter Factory Totally Destroyed. Orroroo, Thursday. Fires have been plentiful' throughout the district of late, but on Wednesday morning early a fire broke out in the Butter Factory and by daylight the works were only a tumbled mass of masonry and twisted iron. Mr. Steve Brown passed the fac toiy on his way home at 12.5 a.m. and ail seemed in darkness, but at 1 a.m. Mr. W. Godfrey noticed a portion of the buildings in flames, and by 2 a.m. the whole of the works were a seething furnace. Mr. Birrell (manager of the fac tory) was called soon after, the outbreak, but nothing could be done in the way of salvage operations, owing to the extreme heat. Mr. W. Godfrey soon had the town astir, the Methodist Church bell disturbing the slum- " bers of a host who turned out to assist, but found the only thing to do was to stand idly and watch the factory burn, ? owing to in sufficient water, or any method of fighting flames. By dawn the whole of the factory was totally...

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

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

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The Times Friday, 20th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. THE OUTS AND INS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 February 1920

Friday, 20th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. THE OUTS AND INS. Selling out! They're selling out! Farms for sale just everywhere: Too inuch labour, fear of drought, Too much taxing; in despair Farmers sell and join the crowd, Idlers' rights asserting loud. Unemployed, with coin to spend, Income papers none to dread, Loafing nature up on end Goes towards its narrow bed In the grave, where nauseous worms Soon destroy all earthly forms. Buyers buying for a ris«, Energy that profiteers, Ready always for the prize. Luck and labour commandeers, Active, earnest, to restore Labour to its place of yore. Living, working, come what may, Thus the}' earn their night's repose; Up and doing while 'tis day, Fearless of their idle foes; Something doing, somethnig don«. Till the final set of sun. -Augh. Dobbie's Busy Bargain Sale daily. Special lines for this nay. Lester's Popular Pictures on Mon day screened the famous film "House of Yukon" to a large and apprecia tive audience. The star was support ed...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass S and 11 Pe tersburg:, and 10*30 Dawson. 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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YOUNG AUSTRALIA. Y.M.C.A. PHYSICAL CULTURE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

YOUNG AUSTRALIA. Y.M.C.A: PHYSICAL CULTURE PROGRAMME. Just as the organisation of games and the supply of sporting equipment to the A.l.F. were important fea tures of the Australian y.M.C.A. war service, so popularised physical cul ture is one of "the planks in the Y.M.C.A. platform of national post war work. Metropolitan and country Associations are being used as the bases of propoganda in "this direction, and Mr. G. S. Green, who had charge of the Red Triangle physical culture work on .Salisbury Plain, England, has been appointed by the National Committee of the Y.M.C.A. to' assist in stimulating the same work among the Australian Associations. For 1?, years Mr. Green has been connected with physical culture organisation. After training at Aldershot, he be came a physical director in the British Army, carrying out his dnties first in. Scotland and later in India with marked -success. Concerning " the physoical qualities of young Austra lians, Mr:' Green holds decided opin ions. "T...

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SALE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

SALE REPORTS. Bagot, Shakes and Lewis, Limited, jer port having conducted a clearing sale on account of Mr. P. Reddan. on Monday, February 16th, 1920. Tliere was a fair attendance of buyers, and with the ex ception of horses, which were dull, bid ding was brisk throughout. Horse?, draughts, to £16; lights, to £15 10/. Im plements, harvester, £23; - 5-f. s.j. plow. £17; waggon, £21; 15-tine skim plow, £16; scoop, £12; harrows, £8 5/; reaper, £2 10/; harrows, £2 5/. Bagot, Shakes & "Lewes, Limited, re port having conducted a clearing sale on account of the Hon. T. Pascoe & Son on Wednesday, the 18th February, 1920 An exceptionally large attendance of buyers were present and it resulted in a splen did sale. Sheep, cows horses and imple. raents selling at high prices, as follows Sheep, wethers, to 23/; ewes, to 26/3 ; cows, milch COWB, to £15 10/; horses, draught horses, to £17 10/; implements, harvester, £34; cultivator, £29; 'win nower, £12; harrows and swings, £6 15/;...

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SPORT AT ORROROO. A FEW RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

SPORT AT ORROROO. A FEW RECOLLECTIONS. (By a contributor to the "Register") Tiie Orroroo Club, one of the oldest in the north, held its annual race meet- - ing on Wednesday. The .first gather ing of-much-importance "was Sield ia.. 1878. The races were held onthe flat Jfetween the" township and where the fiitway line was- later, -constructed. An interesting fact to recall is that the hurdles were then run in heats. Jack the "Devil was a prominent candi date at the time. The grey horse Tan cr-ed nion.the first heat, hut fell in the second, which was won by "The Devil/' The latter landed the final ; contest and Tancred was second. The next year Little . Buck was running around the north. He came to Or roroo, and was one of .Chris. Wil liams's string. Tancred won the hurdles on this occasion. He was . only 14.3 but all quality, and was by Crusader-Hebe. He raced for years with varying success, and later went south and rah third in the Great Eas tern Steeplechase, and fourth in a Grand N...

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TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

TENNIS NOTES. ~ A tennis match was played on the Methodist court on Saturday last, 21st, --between teams representing the .Me thodist and Ucolta Tennis Clubs, re uniting in a win for the former, by & sets 13 games. The results nvere as follows:-Sharley and Melbourne drew with O'Dea and E. Clapp, 6-5, 6; Stock and Whiteford lost to Rasmus and Jenkins, 3-6; Stock and Sumner beat Rasmus and Jenkins, 6-1; Hatchard and Taylor beat B. Neuron and P. Clapp, 6-S, 6-i; Ric hards and Sumner lost to Jacobs and Cornell, 4-6; Nicholls and Cox beat Jacobs an3 Cornell, 6-5; Misses Wal ter and Oates beat Mrs. Jacobs and Hiss^Scholz, «-3, 6-0. Methodists *7 sets 54 games; Ucolta, 3 sets 41 fames. CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY-The ex treme summer heat, together with the sudden and violent changes of tem perature often give rise to bowel com plaint*, the most common being dys entery. There is no medicine that is safer or tnore sure for this complaint that Chamberlain's Colic and Diar...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF HAMMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF HAMMOND. Mort!ilv meeting held Febr.ury 21. Present-Crs. Wallace (chair). Carter, Cormack, Crisp, Wellington, and District Clerk. Minutes of pre vious meeting read and connnnea. Cr. Carter asked what reply Mr. - Radtke gave re the destruction to cemetery fence at Bruce. Clerk re ported having just inspected the fence, and had repairs_effected before serving the notice. Cr. Carter co n plained that bull in question was still_ at large in Bruce, and urged thai Council take immediate steps to re cover .compensation for the destruc tion to the cemetery fence. The chairman moved that Ranger pound the bull in que'Stion as soon as possible, and that when bull is released that Council recover dam ages from the owner. Seconded by Cr. Crisp.; Carried. Correspondence. - Front t Krbenier re the bad state of the road between, tlieir property ana, the/Uun vai, station-Proposed by Cr. Cor ,~ack that Cr. Carter be empowered -o -employ labour to. get necessary re pairs effected o...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF CARRIETON. Monthly meeting held on Monday, February 2. 1920. Present-Crs. Wil liams (chair),* Glasson. Meers, and - Mclnerney. . Minutes of previous meetipg read an(I confirmed. Correspondence. --Local Govern mcnt-Pepartmieiij re Lights and- Ve hicles Ac£-~ riding behind the driver on- bicy.cjes J ajjd; motor . cycles, and from ? Department of. Defence re sale of new militar3' blankets, all wool, 4 lbs. weight, SO inches long, 54 ywtfes wide, at IS/. each; 70 per cent, wool, 30 per. cent, cotton, same size, at 13/; sale and distribution to be through the Municipal Councils throughout the State. From A. Solly on work done on Cradock main road. From Commonwealth Treasury notifying payment of £119 4/; reimbursement of expenditure Repatriation Depart ment. From Local Government De partment notifying the payment of £16 overseer's instalment half' year for supervision of main roads. The half-yearly balance-sheets of District Fund, Government Grants and Vermin Proof Fen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

/ARMERS. INSURE WITH THE UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY. LIMITED. A Purely Australian Institatiaa. Fir*. Marine, Workmen'* Cmpwh fion, Person*] Accident ami Slctauw UT* Stock. South Auitralian Branch-Na. u Waymoitfh Street, Adelaide. T C RCYVOLDS. Uu»r One of the best known of public men in N. Zealand, Mr. P. HEYES, formerly Commissioner of Taxa* tion and Supt. of Advances to Settlers' Office, Wellington, writes Civic Club, Sydacy, 4th Augoil. 1BU CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " It Is just that I give expression to the results of personal experience of your nerve remedy Clements Touic, which has never failed to give me satisfaction under the most exacting circumstances. "I have for years used It consistently in New Zealand when under the pressure of heavy responsi bilities and ardnous nature of the administration of the Departments of the Public Service, when suffering from nervous exhaustion consequent on long and continuous strain of the duties involved. "Iti this I only give expression to the ex...

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THE LOCAL PRESS AND THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

THE LOCAL PRESS AND THE COUNCIL. Our attention has been drawn to a misstatement >by Cr. Dickson at the declaration of the poll, in the Town Hall, on Saturday night, where, in trying to excuse the . Council, he Said "that it was well known that the local press had no 'sympathy with the Council."" Such' a statement is grossly unfair and untrue. . The fact is just the opposite. The local press has, time after time, expended its energy and influence in forwarding the interests of the town, per medium of the Coun cil, which represents the ratepayers. For the Chairman of the . Finance Committee to publicly state that the local press has no sympathy with the Council is tantamount to saying that {he local press has no sympathy with the ratepayers, and this we indignant ly deny. We have at all. times as sisted to our utmost the Council, through our columns, in making pub lic anything that was of interest to the town, and by doing this we assert we have done our duty, even if we have lost ...

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