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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

U\ARMERS are recommended: to secure their Supplies for Next. Harvest as Nearly as possible and. thus avoid lastfiseasori's shortage: Write at once for quotation? for Binder and Sewing Tvsrines. ^ , H. J. PENNO & CP., LTD., DARLING; BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. Peterborough Hotel {QppositeSubway): Telephone. Mo, & .« PETERBOROUGH CT.A. HOUSE, W. LEONARD i ^ <L»t* of Arno Bay) Has '.taken -over,,- tire; .above Up-to-date 2nd. Commodious Hostelry, and J>y , strict atten&onto business ckn assure patrons of the very .*®est In*/every department. Only Best iBrands of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. * Walkerville Beer on Draught - . - t Lar^e Airy Bedrooms t < Largest^ Provmg^^D;'p|ng Rooms. DM ^nd/New^§«fon^rif^elcorned. "'"""'BHaSi si. -Ham' Breakdown Mr. M. R. Watts . ^Manager of the State Trawlers' Fish Depot, 179 King William Street, Adelaide, and who yean ago was known all over Victoria as a champion sprinting foot runner, footballer, and athlete, . ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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'Memories' CHAPTER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

r Written especially, lor "The Pet«r« warier Times" by S.-Majer B. A.. :. Clarke. CHAPTER 18. ' At about 12.30, when theanchorage seemed, most peaceful, a Jiuge volume of water rose' up close Amidships, and , even'as we watched her masts >and A funnels could be seen slowly but ? surely leaning, more and. more to port, and we knew that our staunch ally had been torpedoed by one. of the enemy's submarines. Within five minutes her.sloping decks were plain ly visible, and. the sight of well-nigh 800 white.-clad sailors standing in ^regular lines on deck showed the spirit of the British Tar. From all sides destroyers rushed to the Triumph's assistance, while the steam blowing off and escaping froni various points showed that thcfiremen and engineers were raking out the fires to lessen the danger of an explosion. With destroy ers standing in to within 30 yards, rope ladders were thrown over, and slowly, it seemed to us, those wait ing lines became shorter. From the ?shore a Turkish bat...

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PEACE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

- PEACE CELEBRATfONS. The Commonwealth Government are ar ranging for the distribution of a Peace Medal to celebrate the Signing of Peace to all children between the ages of 0 and 15 years of age, and to" children of Sailors and Sol diers between 0 and 16 years of age. MAYORS OF-.TOWNS AND CHAIRMEN OP DISTRICT COUNCILS are asked to advise the Hon. Secretary of the Commonwealth Peace Celebrations Committee (Mr. A. J. Riley, 23 Waymouth Street, Ade laide) not later than Saturday, June 7, 1919, the estimated number of medals that would be required for their respective Corporations or District Councils, to be issued to children as follows:-(a) Number of children not attending public or private schools between the ages of 0 and H. (b) Number of children attending public schools between the ages of 0 and 15 years (14 last birthday).e (c) Number of vchildren of Sailors and Soldiers between 0 and 1C years of age. (d) Number of children attending private schools between the age of 0 and 15 ye...

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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

^st,"3^4k^Sces<ktJtSie iugitiy^"tfemvo s thesocial favourite ana frequenter ol s;',::;,r' ->C-i His ^case was euinm^rily disposed -ofvBndbeforethejnonth'liadrun its souraeiie w$s on his way i>ack to the mines of .-Kara. heavily ironed and ?'i ^Sauai^^i^ v% - ®D&;,; was tibarged .-!' merely^ with bSng. an escaped convict. Not ihe sligfefcest rumour connected Sim - with iKbe. assassination of Bul ; sarin and .Inspector Sumaroff. The credit-of hiB capture Was given to Captain BaranoB and the cashier of *. die Imperial Bank, who, in due'time, ? shared the' reward '. of ten thousand roubles. , \ Maxime Valadon and his employers succeeded in keeping their'names en tirely put of the afiair.' Secrecy was sow of more importance than ever, rhey. had lost the first mpve in the -jame, hiit they were determined to pusli. to the full extent of the'r. power the investigations that hau previously failed. The detective pro fessed to be still Banguine of success, but Cranbroo...

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RAILWAY STATION AT OODLA WIRRA BURNT TO THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

RAILWAY STATION AT OODLA WIRRA BURNT TO THE GROUND. A fire broke out at the Oodla Wir-' ra railway station on Wednesday morning, and the building, which is constructed of weatherboard through out, and measured about 12 x 30 ft, was burnt to the ground, not a single thing being saved. From information we have been able to gather it ap pears that Porter B. T. Sheenan was - on duty during the night, and. at about 1.50 a.m. rode the railway bicycle to the, down signal^" about 300 yards away, ..to set the signal for- the ex press from Broken Hill. As he was returning he heard 4 crackling noise, and, saw that the'.office was on fire. When he reached the station he no ticed^the blaze was in the corner on ' soutfi side next to the railway line, ? where a lighted, kerosene lamp -was standing. Porter Sheenan got buckets .. of water and threw on the. fire,4 bat : .it had got such a good start that it was impossible for one man. to check the flatoaip.:: The, station master .p.' F. Woolcock) Rei...

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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

Br -WILLIAM MUBRAT GRAYDON, Author of "Vera Sttamarin." "The t t House of OrfanoS, " &c. . : - PART lO. "There goes our lastliope,"-he ex - claimed, "Weare ljOBt,Pu8hki*. But Ifarget-thatyoa are free. Save your self While you can.1' "No," replied Pushkin, "I refuse liberty on such terms. We will es . cap*-together, or not at all. ; This is a serious thing, though, lie bayonet as useleeB,and even were it whole I ^ den't believe I could /break your chains and Trolov's." ' At that moment Trolov paused by the door, and noted the despondent - attitude of his companions. "What is wrong ?" he demanded. . "Do you know that you^are lOBing precious time ?" v . Pushkin briefly explained. "Well, it is serious enough," ad mitted Trolov, "but it night be w«M,' What is to "hinder ?5 from essapinif with our barrows ?" '? "Impossible '" replied Pushkin. "In the first place we should be compell ed to dig a great hole through to the other mi«e-so large' that we could . riot All it in skilfully...

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YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Special monthly meeting, held pn May 24. Present: Crs. P. J. Kerin (chair), J. Jamieson. R. Cram, D. T. Robinson. A. Torrand, the Clerk (T. 11. liormann). Minutes of previous and committee meetings read and confirmed. The Ck-rk apologized for the absence of Cr. Mciveough. The Chairman ex plained reason for calling special meeting, so as to enable them to give the necessary notice for the nomina tion of candidates for forthcoming election. The Clerk reported that the following councillors retired by the effluxion of time: P.J. Kerin, Yongaja Ward; 13. T. Robinson. Mannanarie Ward: T. McKeough. Morgan Ward; also Mr. P. Gleeson as auditor. Mr. F. if. Bormann was appointed returning officer to conduct the forthcoming elections. The Chairman reported that with councillors tor Mannanarie Ward. Cr. Cram, and the Clerk,, he had inspected roads to. lay out work on which it was intended to_ expend gilt of money for returned soldiers. The Clerk's report showed^-receip...

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R.S.S.A.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

R.S.S.A.I.L.A. The following is the balance sheet of the April Appeal made by the'Pet erborough sub-branch of the Return ed Soldiers and Sailors' Association: Expenses-Concert'and dance at Pet erborough. taxation £2 9/6. hall hipe £2 0/6; ditto at Dawson, taxation 6/. car hire 50/ ;* ditto Parnaroo, taxation 19/4, car hire 32/; memorial service at Peterborough, nil; dramatic enter tainment at Peterborough, taxation £2 l/4, hall- hire 21/. -expenses club 21/, paper for scenery 10/. sundries 3/3, stamps for circulars 30/. appeal expenses, printing, 47/, slide for<advts. 2/3. streamer 4/8, total £18 17/G; cash to head branch £17 9/9, delegates' ex penses £3. iretained by Peterborough sub-branch v£65 19/5; grand total £102 10/8, Receipts: Concert and dance at Peterborough £10 3/i; ditto Daw son £2 2/: ditto Parnaroo £(5 15/3; rhemorial service at Peterborough, collection £6 10/fi; dramatic enter tainment at Peterborough £14 9/4; donation, Mr. Swain 1/; collecting cards £17 3/...

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SPORTING NOTES. BIRTHDAY CUP MEETING. TO-MORROW'S SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

By "Tartus:" ; r -iO-MORROW'S SELECT J ONS.r Di*i«ion-LomaliorBounie Bob 'p4U« v * v'' ' ?.? t:.:'/ -" ~f?Si^iid JJivisio ilaori la&der 7 Jit^TrialB-Stiathaird i>r8lr'l4arco >. ; *Kppertey; /WithW*e Gun »eit f~ Stak®8--Si tiella or Piltol Princess ; Voioii or Meroo . I: 2for»wjod--Mareca orl»ady Euujra

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PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL, At the Town Hall, on Tuesday night a concert was held in" aid of the proposed Hospital funds. About £14 was taker) at the' doors.' The follow ing contributed to tfie# musical pro gramme:-Mrs. L. j. Gluyas. Messrs. C. A. Bradiev, P. Madsden, V; Miller, L. j. Gluyas, W. Choat. E|. F. Do'dd, -M. Brauer, and M- Shields, Masters Len Taylor and D. Potter. The Fede ral Band,.under the conductorship of Mr. L. J. Gluyas, rendered several items outside the hall, and also played two overtures in the hall. After the concert a dance was held, for which Mr. C. A. Bradley acted as M.C., and Miss Ivy Potter supplied the music, £4. was taken for the dance. Mr. S. W. Dickson was the hon. secretary, i On Tuesday arternon a football match was played on the Show Grounds between a team from James town aod a combined team from the local clubs. The attendance was good, and a collection for the fund for the Hospital resulted in about Jt5 being donated. The local team won by 10 goals 1...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

.'W JiORTH-EASTERN FOOTEALL ; ^ ? ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. " ** P w i '. ^otAaa^etus ; 3". 3 ' , t- Piis .,jRamblers , _ _ a S ~ * 1<*> 05 «. . *. " I f - 86 -.<« 4 YongaJa-. . . ' 3 f 2 XOo m ^ tfolted . 3 1 ^ 65 j«i f .... .. v.- J ~ i S4 11S 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

SANDER & SONS* EUCALYPTI V EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy^ for cq'lds, influenza, chest complaintsrneuraigia, fodigeStipn, rheumatism. SanderVEx tract, the sure protection-from .all in fections, fever, jdiphthpria, meningitis. San^r/jB Eattract^ this great healer of ^ounds. burns. ulcejs, sprains, skin diseases. Sander's Extract, proved at Sujjren^e Court of Victoria to contain jaritiseptic and healing -substances not present in ? other eucalyptus prepara - tiojis^ hence its superior and unique' curative pojver. Sandei^s JSattract, the -only eucalyptus product ^tfepawed ex clusively from the * hiy spedal process, is fr^:^om the ir ritating and heart-depressing effect of " the; common eucalyptus and?:: thie so- - ' called "extracts,*'" and is-safe" for inter nal and external vse Insist on die Genuine Sander Extract, Sand ? derire the %eaefit of quality Ana reliability. There ia non ^ottlks troodjf* x A Sensation.-"Hearts, of the World/' Thursday* tetiv'Tbsm /Hall.-* StupeadNr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

MiE OftRfflG SMt On fhe ®ann, 12 miles Sout^-east of ; WfaAftMngfa^ ^ancLv j7:;vgiiies, ^Jprtii ,§t - a^tock Konte between i-; ? .of.-. -v-Xcrowie, and vcolti. , v 81 HORSES 21 15 CATTLE 15 UP-TO-DATE FARMING PLANT - AND SUNDRIES. ; WEDNESDAY, IIHl JUNE, at 13 noon sharp. -r have received Instructions from the Executors of Estate %ate Mr g°Tg' lan (in order to wind up the tstaicj, . to sett by auction, as under:- , 1 Bay. Gelding, "Victor" f lBay Gelding.^'Robm . .- ' 1 Bay Gelding, "Major" f . JS 1 Black Gelding, PnJ\c®, 1 Black Gelding, "Noble 1 Black Gelding, "Darkie 1 Chestnut-Gelding, Dandy 1 Bay Mare, "Fan"* 1 Bay Mare, t'Rpse" 1 Bay Mare, Doll 1 Bay Mare, "Doris" ' l Black Mare, "Diamond 1 Unbroken Colt, 4 years - X Draught Colt, rising 2 years, by ? "Lord Nelson" ' 2 Draught Fillies, rising 2 years, t>> "Lord Nelson" . 3 Draught Foals . ? 1 Pair Buggy Ponies, broken in all J t. round " "? 6 Milch Cows 1 Bull, 3 years 1 Steer, 3 years 1 Heifer, 2 years . 3 Steers I Podd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

jyccn>Ei*T. , .... . A purely ^ISifcH^ian -v. Company, authorised '.?'ycapital, ia.ODO^OOO. ' Company, a-.' . description of' Proper' v» In ING'; CROPS, insured f oweit DAMAGE BY tLIGHTNING cov^ ^thotii Ex»a;; - Premium. Employers s protected against their liability for ai-idwits" tc their workmen. Lowest. RtttK. Per.fectsecurity. _ Prompt Settlements. S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. Wl.Al HUGHES,-Manager. Agent at Peterborough . ? ' R. HEITHERSAY. Hie for . CATARRH, PILES BURNS. COUGHS COLDS, Etc, Price, 1/6. All Chemistsand Stores or-direct from - SULL-BOC^ BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO . 18 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE- LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS. 'High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cot Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc.; Best . Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. sery Stock of every deacnption. Orna mental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants^ Palms, Ferns, Pot Plants, Seedlings. ' All up-t...

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The Times FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919. > Local and General News S. Peter's Church-Qn Sunday next the services will be as follows: 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. . Double-width Dress Tweed, 10 pieces, pretty designs, 2/6 yard At Dobbie's. Peace Me3al.-Attention is directed to an advertisement appearing in an other column, notifying- that the Com ; inionwealth Government intend distri buting to children a Peace, medal' to celebrate the signing of peace: The! Mayors of towns and> chairmen of district councils are asked to advisq the Hon. Secretary (Mr. .J. A. Riley) ^ of the Commonwealth Peace Celebra4 : tion Committee,'^23 Wyamouth Street,' Adelaide, the estimated number off children in jtheir respective towns oi? districts entitled to receive the me.daisj :S 24 only Xadie*' Warm, Fleecef lined, Underskirts, 4/11 {woitit; 7/11-£ tip top iine)-At Dobbie's. - V; U.A.O.D.-The ^annual - social in connection witli the Juvenile Druids*: Lodge was held in the Lodge Rooni on Monday night.( Forty brothers! . ...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

Religious bervloes. ' / Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 and 11 Petersburg, and 10.30 Yongala. 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. Preach * er-Rev.S. Bojwering. . .

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"HEARTS OF THE WORLD." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

"HEARTS OF THE WORLD." The climax of "Hearts of,'the World," to be screened in all its reality at Peterborough on Thursday. 12th, by Messrs. J. C. Williamson, Ltd., is even more thrilling than "The Birth "of a Nation,produced by David W:ark Griffith, recognized as the master pro ducer of the world. It is an epic of the great war, epitomizing in the lives of a handful of people the na tional tragedy of beloved France, an engrossing comedy drama, a love story surprising in its sweetness. Much is expected of a Griffith produc tion. and, in "'Hearts of the World'' much is given. Under the auspices of the British and French Governments unique opportunities were given to make the filming of troops iYi action authentic, and advantage of this was taken to the fullest extent, most of the scenes being taken 011 -tire actual battlefields of France. There are panoramas which seemingly stretch for aniles, antf include within the scope of the lens thousands, of soldiers charging or retreating acV...

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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

WELCOME HOME. ' ' At the Town Hall, on1 Thursday night, a welcomte home was given to 11 returned soldiers^ and sailors. They were Captain (Dr.)'-A. Goode, Sergt. Major Oliver, Sergt. L. Zenkner, War rant Officer T. Ryan, Corpl. H. O. Hedley, Driver - ConTin, Munition Worker W. .Day, Trooper J. Mclner ney.Pte.- Lock, arid Able Seamen Dedman and "Blenvquist. -The hall was crowded to the doors. The Pre sident of the Cheer-Up Society (Mr. R/A. Boehme) presided: The singing .of the National Anthem opened the proceedings.. -The Chairman extended a very hearty welcome home to the men, and referred to the services of 1 each. The Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones), oa behalf of the citizens, supported the remarks of the chairman, and de livered an appropriate address; Other speakers:. were the Rev. A. H. Mel bourne, ^Crs. S. W. Dickson, J. W. "Bowering, and AT E.JLock (President of the Sailors' and Soldiers' Associa tion), and Mr. Schedlich (President of the Returned Soldiers' Association). Musical ite...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Our Carrieton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

D1STBICT NEWS. . (FrpmOurO^Ctorresppndonts). ; Oar ^ Carrieton Letter. "No news is good news" sc we are -fold, so that there is -good news this week from Carrieton. The weather -during the last few days has been glo f rious -Jn ihfese parts, although the nights have" certainly been a little fresh. The. Hon. T. Gluyas, M.L.C., ap peared before a large and interested audience on May 26,:and expaunded_to his listeners on the various reasons why "White Australia should not .be placed under the Blackfellows' Act." At the conclusion of. his speech a reso lution wgs proposed 'by the speaker, and seconded by Mr. Ormistori, "That members of . Parliament be urged to fight against a referendum ©^Prohibi tion," and this was enthusiastically carried. It is amazing, the money which a travelling salesman, with a ^gli'b tongue, can extract from the pocket's _ of ones friends, whilst. struggling shopkeeper's gaze, awe- struck,-at the buyer and seller. Representatives of ' -W. H. Bruce were in Carrit...

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COURSING. EURELIA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

EURELIA CLUB. i tiiis. year ij^titt:Epr^0aJ(!£ i®irt : . v «iiifjfly > .' .'. Ftos)terS ; TOtli ;:.fnti^Tp^ " nominations are assured from the nor thern areas/ and hares are plentiful. " Itbe^efcisBta^; rtfev A. W" %ad> is.«

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