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

DISTRICT NEWS. Owing to a misb'ap our Hammond notes are held over until next issue. AMYTON. During the week, the 6-months-oid soil of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ward, of Amyton, took ill, and inflammation set in later in the week, and the child ;died on Saturday. The parents are highly respected residents of the district, and the deepest sympathy of all will go out to them in their sad bereavement. EURELIA. February 23-TheEurelia correspon dent apologises to the editor and read ers in general for not having supplied any news for several issues, but this was impossible owing to the writer's absence. On returning your scribe finds things very much as usual as regards the w;ather-still dry and dusty; the beautiful green tinge of the earth of a few weeks back, has all disappeared, and, according to reports, watercarting will be general in a week or two un less the clerk of the weather orders otherwise. Unless a good soaking rain falls in the near future, it will be a poor lookout for stock in g...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. THE NORMEY AND MOLLY DUOLOGUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

THE SUfJ-RAYSISD COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." THE NORMEY AND MOLLY DUOLOGUES. "Have you seen Mr. Davis' chaff cutter?" said Normey excitedly, as he burst boisterously .into Molley1® 'bou doir, without bothering about the or dinary courtesy of knocking. Molly blew her little retrousse nose, medi tatively, before replying. 'No," she answered; "but 1 have seen the tail of the calf of the cow of Jack De Garis' wife's sister's husband." But Normey's zeal in a great cause was not to be damped by such ill-timed and unseemly levity. "Nix for that stunt, old Beautifullest," he said, al most testily. "We've got to find that chaff-cutter, whatever happens. It's been lost now since December 31, when Mr. Davis, of Lang Lang, con signed it to Spencer Street." "Lang laog ago," punned Molly barbarously. But Normey ignored the interruption. "Every coal dijmp has been searched," he continued, "and every pigeon-hole in parcels office at Spencer Street has been examined with a microscope,, and still the bless...

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A MUSICAL TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

A MUSICAL TREAT. By special request n party of stu dents of the Elder Conservatorium. assisted by Mr. Geo. Plenty, visited Peterborough on Monday evening, and ffave a musical treat seldom had in the country. The weather was exceptionally hot. and the attend ance was not as large as it should have been for such a rare occasion, but those who did attend were well repaid for their effort. They showed their appreciation of . .the superior quality of the evening's programme' in a very marked manner. The gem of the evening, if we could possibly select a special gem, was the playing of Miss Kitty Levasseur, who exhi bited wonderful talent, and was a host in herself. The following was the ' programme submitted:-Dance, "Sheen Truas," Mr. George Plenty; song, Mr. Stan .Gare;. .'violin solo, "Concerto," Miss Io -Faulds; piano splo, ."Beethoven Sonata," Miss Kitty Levasseur,. A.M.U.A.; song, Mr. Stan Gare; Mr. George Plenty (ventrilo quist) and his little pal Cuthiert; vio lin solo, "Souvenir d...

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THE TURF. YATINA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

THE TURF. YATINA RACES. The Yatina races were held in Mr. Travers' paddock on Saturday, when there was a large attendance. The track was fast and good times were recorded. The:* were -46 starters, and good racing re sulted. ? Wilson and A. McDonald each rode two winners. Results:-Trial Stakes -A. Wilson's Thunder King (Wilson), E. A. Wicklns' Eighteen Pounder (Clifford), A. Wilson's Skipper (Wilson). Eight started. Won by a bead. Pony Race T. Arthur's Saltbush Lass (Carter), J. Harvey's Romani (G. McDonald). Won oy three lengths. Yatina Handicap-T. Cozens* Yandowie (Wilson), J. P. Molon ey's Portiform (Wright), A. Wilson's Bonisafe (A. McDonald). Won by four lengths. Seven started District Plate -C. Sheridan's Waukabidna (A. McDon ald), H. Jones' Arabunka (G. McDonald), J. Pugsley's Earl Ziliah (Wright) Won by five length*. Eleven started. Flying .Handicap-E. A. Wickins' Dextral (Wil son), A. Wilson's Bonisafe^ A McDonald), J. P. Maloney's Jamestown (Griffin). Seven starters. Won by...

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THE MAN'S PART. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

THE MAN'S PART. .'William," " said Mrs. Sterne, as she looked up from the paper, "'it says here that a man is trying TO get a .separation from his wife just because' she went through his poc kets while he was asleep. I suppose the poor soul couldn't jaret a penny out of The brute any other way." "l*h-huh !'* replied Mr. St«-rne in distinctly. .'William," said the lady linnly. "don't you dare to sit there and 'uh-huh' me ' What wouid $*ou do it you woke ujt and found me going through your pockets ?" "Who - itie ?" answered William, wearily, . remcLnDering that only an hour or so ago he had handed ov-r all his u-ag'/s to the "ttjabfr""* of "I'd just g«t up a. ad helj* \ou to search, my d^ar Alligators are only found in Ainrr -ica, except fo*' one spezic* found in Ciuna

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Peterborough Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

Peterborough Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. A fully attended meeting of the committee was held in the Coun cil Chambers «n Tuesday even ing, February 24th. : Great en thusiasm is being exhibited in the project; tenders- have been invited for the-building and are du® on March 1st (Monday) ; the contractors for the well are down over 60 feet at d the excavation of the underground tank an<J cellar is in progress. A great deal of time and thought 'have been exercised with the plans and of the build ings, and. when completed, the hospital v. i.i he the most up-to date in the Stat . The committee require another £1500 to complete the scheme and a-great number, of residents of the district have not -yet contributed many poss ibly are wailing to see the build ing started. The laying of the foundation stone will take place at an early date and it is expected that the hospital will be opened in about 6 months time. Mr. S. W. Dickson, who has filled the position of hon. secretary from...

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CRICKET CHAPTER. TEROWIE V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

^ - . CRICKET CHATTER. . T£ROWIE V. YQNGALA. and and a very *W5S ^ ..fe^iSL-'l.M the toss H. Cot .3ndvStDl.«« - rofset id -linsjw the Widcet. *»*by feaxSy, ana Sunpson ^ -coiiihs fell .^aycock,' 1- ^ " 7 yv. , Col-" SSR«m^a«iS^i3£ g^^ftiont^conn& things ISSiaS^ luii "Van' Senden stopped tb P^Bjbjressrai i^^sasss^l Og^P?jV?Sf«l iSI was caught by ?W$&^&SF$££ »^s»i lSS-w«£ w8$£ti&t* x ?%sZ f," ^sss^Kt»r* 4PgS#SSfS»tf!S^ jfRgajsaaMttc SB^^iS«s?is » lg«Sg8*S£^S~*«S i^ihe^imc bowler, 2-16-16- R°ck «HsrR£S caufcht fiy Thuriow, ofi weariovc^ mm&gSRssiii I^ JGoUifis <off A. Colteis, T-41 "J I»j^*^arss y^|'ry^y Parker, the last man, SUo followed, suite, H. Collins bow t&lKSfafr*. 1 for 27; and Dear lort, 1 for 26. '" :""> .- -' "":' -Terowie^ "fL Collins, b. Laycock ..-- ® S. ft- Simpson, b. ^yc?cH} "'ck'' t A. li. Collins, c. Turner, fc. Rock . » G. G. 'Roach, b. Rp1* -- -- r p H. M. Paseoe, c.,C. .Gleeson, b. P. g_ Gleeson .. -- ...

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—COPYRIGHT.[?] EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART THIRTEEN. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

By: Mrs. Georgie Si^don, .-Author, of "'"That Dowdy of Ji'Giri/' Ac. *C. - 3T ' -PART Tjp£fiTEJS$r. - CHitmB XDL - " Impossible 1 " acclaimed Mrs. ?Campbell, looking both amazed ^nd sceptical. '?It is -tnUi," re^lWd Mr.-'Bitkatds "I followed him, jecnil stood outside . watching tooth men? tor only thelace - draperies .were drawii *»ver the win dow. > They. were .$nT;eariwst consul tation for perhaps &ialf an hour; of coiiree I was the subject of it. Then Mr. Campbell - went to his desk and took out some bills which' he gave to Stale, who immediately took his departure, leaving by the same way - thsit he had entered. ??Mr Campbell witched him out of ^,-gftt; then, as jhe attempted to. (dose the window, I stepped from be hind a blind and confronted him. ; You "can, periiaps, imagine his as tonishment and dismay. . "I" entered the room, drawing the cortains qu "te close, that. Skale might not see m; if he should return, and then 1 lo'ci Daniel CampKell that at last Xhad come...

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FAREWELL TO CR S. W. DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

FAREWELL TO CR S DICKSON. A hurriedly arranged gatherihg of representative citizens met on Wednesday evening, in the Coun - cil Chamber, to say au revoir to Or. S. W. Dickson, who is about to join the ranks of the benedicts and contemplates a trip to Europe. It is needless to say all present were unanimous in their opinions that in Cr. Dickson the town was losing one of its most useful citi zens. All present testified to the fact that Cr. Dickson had always fearlessly advocated principles, which make for. the town welfare. He has been Mayor and a coun cillor for over 14 years and as chairman of finance was con sidered one of the best. What ever Cr. - Dickson Undertook, whether in civic or social mat ters, on the public platform or elsewhere, everyone knew ex actly where he stood. Several councillors present, both the me dical officers and numerous busi ness men spoice in sincere terms of Cr. Dickson's many good qual ities and in making a presentation and in proposing his health the ...

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MAIN STREET CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

MAIN STREET CHANGES. The -busy town of Peterborough is ever on the move, and 1920 -has . brought changes in the main street,' principal among which as the, taking: over, on Monday next,.of the oldand well-established drapery and clothing, emporium of Dobbie & Co. by Mr. £. A. Ham, who has - so.-successfully^, managed the business on behalfofthe: firm for the paEt two ycars.r Dobbie & Co. are kno wnthroughout ^ the State for their genuine values and : straight dealing, and under theca-: pable management of Mr. Ham tjie business has grown enormously!' so that we can predict a brilliant -future for the new proprietor. In addition... to such close attention. given to the wants of .their large and ever-growing; clientelle, Mr. Ham has made'time to; assist the progress of town and allj charitable and sporting functions, andj in every way has proved himself worthy townsman thgt we can well feel proud of.- W.e congratulate htm' upon his success in the past,' and loolc i forw...

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

THE PENALTY OF OVERWORK. Many People are Beginning to Feel the Strain. The heavy tax of overwork-the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupations, is hard 011 the kidneys. -The kidneys begin to fail in their work, and the poisonous mat ter collects in the system. If your work seems hard for you, if you have a weak, lame, or aching back, if you seem tired and listless, if you notice sediment in the urine, unnatural col our or irregular passages, and seem to be running down without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the ^remedy that has proved so beneficial to your neighbours. It has brought strength to the backs of thousands of work ing men and women. Read this proof: Mrs. \V. Smith, Jervois Street, Petersburg, says:-"My husband suf fered extreme torture from backache. He could "not stoop or move quickly without enduring: agony, and was at times so bad with the pain that he had to lie up.. It was the only way he could get a little ease. He ha...

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

ORROROO. BURGLARS. . It's wonderful the relief at being able to get the mind away from fires and burning butter, to the cooler subject of burglars. Our town of late is being kept well within the limelight, and Messrs. Beckivith and Dowling contrib uted toward the wave of excitement and speculation last week when some per son. or persons, did feloniously, or otherwise, collar some of the firm's hard earnings^from the cash register during the night, and enriched them selves to the tune of nearly £5. The rhicf made a perfect entry by means of the little office window in rear of the premises. The adventurer was appar ently only a quiet individual after cash, and things may have been worse: a m.'re desperale individual ma}' have chewed up all the soap or tangled up the fly-pa-'crr with the sugar supply. Anyhow, bosh member? of .the firm still dip up a smile. JUjUBE.-1 lb. white sugar. 1 cup yialer. 1 oz. yclatine. Dissolve gelatine in half the water, put sugar and p-niain ing water in. s...

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

F. H. FRITH, JkgMrljuid ;intar' Audipneer Valuator. Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, JLeases, Transfers, and aU Documents for the purposes of "TheRealPropertyAct" ~ 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. !Tlie Car tot Hard Service ! The ^iarabOity, simplicity, thrift, beauty and convenience of the ©weriandearjilkces jtin> class by itself. Every Overland is completely equipped, including electric lighting and starting, and high tension magneto. - Don't purchase your car until you learn ^ *S about the Overland. Write as to-day. - W£ AR 5 REPAIR SPECIALISTS! Ho matter v.Uat is wrong with your car we guarantee to remedy it promptly and thoroughly at the lowest prices. Oar workshop istbe best equipped -in Australia, and only experts are employed. Address all your engniiies to »<8 Wnte-St. Jap - - --- ---- - ? ADKLUDI ...

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

SOUTH BRITISH FIRB, HARINE, ACCIDENT, isuimicc Company, Ltd. A purely Australasian Company, wthoriiM . ::v' 'capital. *>,000,000. Ion of Property, im i GRQW sTACKS ani _ ?S, insured at Lowest jttt*. DAMAGE BY IG-coveredWithout Extra Premium. Employer* protected .gainst their liability for accidents 4* their workmen. Lowest v Rates. ? Perfect security. v Prompt Settlements SA. Branch-Grenftll Street. A. M. ASHWIN, Manager. - Ascot. «t ffterfcorottgfa R. HEITHERSAY. S£W\HGTVl\llt. FARMERS are recommended to secure their Supplies for Next Harvest u early as' possible and thus aroid latt aesioo'c shortage. Write at once for quotation* for Binder and Semiring Twine*. H. J. PENNO * CO., LTD, DARLING - BUILDINGS. ADELAIDE. E; '& W. Hackett, -uunm thb LEADING SEEDSMEN. ' HOSSBRYMBN. ft FLORISTS -JMghQuality Flower Seeds and BuQw, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cot Flowara, Wreatha, Poriea, Bwoquets, etc.; Beat Agricultural Seadi, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nnr inr Stock of eve...

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The [?] Times Friday, 27th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 February 1920

Friday, 27th February, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. WOMAN'S LOVE. From mother-love another love With all-embracing fervour grows. To mesmerize till manhood tries His lordly nature to disclose. The tenderness of love's caress Around the heart of mankind dwells. _ From infancy through life to be Subjective to love's' ocean swells. ' Of woman born who dares to scorn The magic charm within her breast; Allurement bright of woman's might, The babe of nature lulls to rest. A fruitful vine yielding the wine Of pleasure to intoxicate. Where clustering affections cling To new-born joys reanimate. Love's trumpet blast, the first, the last. At birth, at death, her presence found, - . A woman dear is ever near Creation in her being found. -Augh. S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services will be as follows: 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. March 3 Lenten Service, 7.30 p.m. March 4, Thursday-Holy Communion, 10.30. Municipal Election.-An election was held last. Saturday to fill the vacancy in the Town Council ...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholi(.-Holy Mass 8 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.. Rev. De La Rue. 7 p.m., M r. G. Smith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTi EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy tor cold* intiuenra, chest complaint*, neuralgia indigestion, rheumatism, Sander't Ex tract, she sure protection irurn all «: lections, fever, diphtheria, meningittfc Sander's .Extract, the great healer o: wounds, burns, ulccrs, sprains, skit.* diseases. Sander's Extract, proved s; Supreme Court ot Victoria to contau. antiseptic and healing substances DO> present 111 other eucalyptus prcpara tions, hence its superior an«2 unique curative power. Sander's Extract, the only eucalyptus product prepared cx ciusivelv irom the leaves and refined by special pr-^cess, is iree :rom t»e mating and heart-depressing effect of the common eucalyptus and the so called "extracts," and is safe lor inter nal and external use. insist on tnc Genuine Sander Extract, and derir* Jic benefit o: quality and reliahsfir* Increase YourChequ G-ET &- ?>*?- i" PRICE FROM £5 10s. ADELAIDE QilLLfB BUHfRCO Waymouih Sf., Addalde Agents for S...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always glad to air public grievances, though personal and private matters must necessarily be debarred, and public questions in relation to the welfare of the town will find special acceptance in our columns. We do not, however, endorse the opinions of correspondents because we publish their comments, and in all cases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany each letter, but is not necessarily for publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

CORRESPONDENCE. {We are always glad to air public frie» ftnces, though personal and private matters must necessarily be debarred, and public ques tion* in relation to the welfare of the town will find special acceptance in our columns. We do not, however, endorse the opinion* of correspondents because we publish their com ments, and in all cases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany each ictter, but is not necessarily for publication. Sir.-The attention of the Council lias been called to a printed manifesto, signed by D. Ulster and J. Heffernan, on bghalf of E. J. Nankivell (a candi date for the Counciilorship of Yongala Ward), which reflects on the Mayor and Council of this town, and which contains a number of incorrect state; ments. This manifesto complains of the apathy and want of interest taken in Municipal matters. On November 30, 1918, the party which E. J. Nankiveli represents, contested every ward in the town, with the result that it was beaten in ever}-...

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HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL... Feb. 25, 1920. Present, ail. The application from G. B. Smith for per mission to fence across the Wilson road was not allowed, as several re sidents of Wilson objected to it. This council decided to fall in with other councils and get tlffc blankets offered by military authorities. Cr. B. Man som was appointed delegate for meet ing of Local Government Association. Tender accepted: J. Canny, Contract 37, at 70/ chain. Cr. Clarke's offer to pay one-third of the cost of grading 8G chains on the boundary road, "between : Carrieton - ami council, if the councils concerned _ y pay the dther two-thirds, was accept ted. Payirients: Government Grants; £74; District account* £83. _ J DREAMS.-3 eggs, their wwghtan sugar,. Gutter, cornflour, 2 teaspoons baking powderl Bake; in. patty pans for 7 minutes in a quick oven..

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A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. Girls from their tcccs onwards are very apt to become anaemic and nervy. These con ditions, if not properly attended to, seriously affect them in after years. It Is, therefore, essential that girls should have their blood kept rich and pure and their nervous systems well nourished. A reliable means to this end is provided in HEAN'S TONIC NERVE TvUTS, which are aptly termed "a boon to growing girls." Nerve Nuts are sold by all leading chemists and stores, price 3/ per box, containing 12 dsv$' eiipply, or six boxes (or J 7/3.

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