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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are always glad to air public grievances, though personal and private matters dust 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. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
CORRESPONDENCE. CVVe are always glad to air public jrjer ances, though personal and private matters dust necessarily be debarred, and public ques tions 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 com ments, and in ail cases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany each fetter, but is not necessarily for publication. - (To the Editor.) Sir,-In answer to the correspondence in your-last issue, signed by Mr. Samuel D. Jones (Mayor) on behalf of Peterbor ough councillors, protesting against state ments in manifesto issued on behalf of the local branch of the Australian Labor Party's representative (Mr. E. J. Nanki vill), in connection with the recent coun cil election for Yongala Ward, we, the undersigned, in support of the manifesto issued, wish to state that in our opinion -and no doubt in the opinion of many other, ratepayers in the town after re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
RIFLE SHOOTING. The Peterborough Loco Rifle Club finalized an interesting match on Sat urday February 28 for a trophy presen ted by E. A. Dobbie and Co, the first portion, of an aggregate shoot at 2,300 and 5-600 yards bang fired on February 7. Owing" to a tricky mirage, no high scores were recorded, the successful competitor being M. Chadwick. The scores at 2-300 vards were as follows: - 200 300 H T M. Chadwick" .... 32 28 6 66 H. Jones 33 24 8 65 C. Chinner 30 29 6 65 G. W. Noden .... 30 29 5 64 V. Jones 28 25 10 63 W. H. Vawser .... 32 26 5 63 A. Lett 29 27 6 62 R. Maley 28 19 13 60 P. Arbon 29 19 U 59 R_ Grove's 26 23 6 55 R. Cornwall 26 15 13 54 J. McKeen 16 18 13 47 . The-scores a 5-600 yards were fcs fol lows: 500 600 H T M. Chadwick .... 30 29 7 66 W. H. Vawser .... 30 28 6 64 A. Let - 29 26 8 63 P. Arbon 24 20 16 60 G. W. Noden .... 26 24 9 59 C. Chinner 22 19 16 57 J. McKeen 19 17 16 52 R. Maley 6 11 16 >3
ST. ANACLETUS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
ST. ANACLETUS CLUB. A well attended meeting of the above club was held on Wednes day night at Leonardo Hotel. The election of officers resulted as follows Patron, Mr. Jas. Blunsden; president, Mr. M. Leonard ; treasurer, Mr. J. Sav age ; delegates Messrs. V. Jones and J. Graves; secretary, Mr. T. Clancy; a large number of vice presidents were a Iso appointed. Thei balance sheet showed tbe club to have a handsome credit to start the season with.'V Promises of sold medals were also forth coming.
Peterborough Hospital. Two Tenders Received. Both Considered Too High. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
Peterborough Hospital. Two Tenders Received. Both Considered Too High, The committee of the Peter borough Hospital met in the Council Chambers on Tuesday night to consider tenders received for thd building of the institution. Only two tenders were received, i.e., Mr. Colgate, £14,500, and Mr. Menzies, £16,000. Both were considered altogether too high, and the chairman (Dr. Goode) went to the city to interview the authorities today to see if the building can be constructed local ly The secretary wishes to ac knowledge a donation of £1 from Mr. H. Need, Dawson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
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The Times Friday, 12th March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
Friday, 12th March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. They never spend, they never lend. Yet never much they seem to have. The hard face crowd, religious proud, Wlio condemn all who will not save. Too mean to live, they rarely give To help along life's social if ay : In drawling tone they vice disown Abasing all think not as they. Bach obtuse mind contrives to find A selfish path of vanity, Wherefrom to sneer with scornful jeer At common frail humanity. Their flinty creed like wattle seed A fire might burst to sprout again Or otherwise it dormant lies Too hard to melt 'neath Heaven's rain. The Pharisee thanks God that he Much better than his neighbor lives. Virtue replete in hi* conceit All honor to himself he gives. But fallen man ne'er dares, nor can, Presuming stand in judgment here It's mockery of God's decree Not passport to a higher sphere. -Augh. S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services will be as follows: ll, Mattins; 7, Evensong. Wednesday, 17th-Lent service, 7.30. Thursday, 18th -H...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
FOOTBALL Judging by the interest manifest ed in meetings of the three local clubs this week, the coming sea son should be a very successful ' one. A special meeting of the delegates will take place in the Town Hall on Monday night next. There will be several very important items to be decided; one, probably, will be the re-nam ing of clubs, whilst another to be brought forward is the desirability of confining the association to the three local clubs, and cutting out Yongala and Teiowie. By having these two teams in the associa tion last year, no doubt a little more interest was created, but it caused a great deal more expense to the governing body-that is, in delegates' and umpires' fees. If it is decided not to allow these two clubs to enter, the associa tion will have to curtail the radius limit, the present one, 14 miles, being altogether too far. It be hoves each club to send its dele gates on Monday night, so that these matters can be fixed up in a proper manner.
EURELIA. (Held over from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
EURELIA. (Held over from last issue.) Eurelia, March 1.-After a few cool days and chilly nights the weather seems to be warming: up again, and the long looked for rain is still hang ing off. The local weather prophet, after craning his neck till the cramp forced him to desist, has coma to the conclusion that this moon will be quite as dry as the preceding- one of last month. There has been quite a rush for tne city since last week. Among others, Mr. E. H. Hall, Mr. E. A. Gahill, Mrs. and Miss Stott, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown have taken the trip, while Mr. S. B. Manning has gone to Mar tindale,. and la«.t but not least, our station -raster (Mr. C. G. Wilks) and Mrs. \Vilks have decided to take a short holiday, and will be leaving for the city shortly. The "announcement that the daily train.-service will be resumed lias caused- great satisfaction, as the re strictions caused much inconvenience to all classes, but Eurelia was not sr> badly treated, as express and good 5 trains br...
Amalgamated Society of Engineers. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
Afltolgfiffi&ted SocUty «f fingiftcen. At the Buffalo HalJ 6li "Thurs day night, 4th inst, the Amalgam ated Society , of Engineers (Rail way Dept.) extended a welcome home to their comrades, . Bros. E. G. Grey, P. G. Coleman, S. Hunt, F. J. Meadows, and W. . Day, and also a farewell to one of : their members, Mr. S. B. Donald son, who is removing to Port Adelaide. The Mayor (Mr. S. D. JonesJ and . members of kindred societies were present, also Lieut. J. O. Critchley (President Retum ned Soldiers' Association/. The chair was taken by Mr. T. V. Connolly, and the attendance was very large. The chairman, in ex tending a welcome to the returned men, referred to the career of each, and to the great feats per formed by the engineers at the war. He was very pleased to welcome them home again. The Mayor remarked that the railway" men had been very loyal during the war, and large numbers of the employees had ^volunteered. He was pleased to be present and join in the happy party. Seve...
TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
TRAINING KOTXS. By " Early HUer." Ai the St. fstrick'a sports are drawing Dear,'.'Hie track is usually crowded. "*8pargo" Virgin was the first to coma out tills morning end did some fast work; if this runner wily ^shaped u well in a race *j lie does on the track, he would have a great future before him. Frank Wilcocks, another brilliant runner, is iWorkinF^WelL XL. Patterson still main **ains tie old dash, but was easily beaten ov& 100 yards by B.Quintrell in the good time of seed. Bill Adams, who . will be bard -to beat on Paddy's day, is work ing weU:." W. Brennan, a very hard run ner.^tillhaunts the track. Tom Taylor, who is In hie prime, just beat F. Ind to thelOO yards in 14%. "Eanji" Hartwig is some sprinter and a popular fancy for the coming sports. The re-appearance of "Buff" Wright on the track will no doubt be a good sign that the record wiU soon' be xeduoed. It is reported that there is some very fast work being done down by the loco sheds in the dark. J. Clancy i...
THE RUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
THfi RUtf-kAV&Eb COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." There are distant possibilities in the new arrangement which has recently been put into practice in London, where bv persons-desiring-to transfer them selves to another place in the .metro politan area, may post _ themselves thither. .Presumably, receiving slots and pillar boxes have'been altered struc turally,"-so as toalldw for really com fortable posting Of oneself, and also one may hope that it has now become a cap ital offence for the young of London to deposit banana skins, and even more offensive debris, in the postal receiving boxes, otherwise transit by post would sometimes prove a messy business alto gether. Before the idea can be expected to be taken up.enthusiastically in Aus tralia, the public must receive assurance* on- many points, amongst which ma> be mentioned only a few. We would be glad to hear that human mail matter will not be mis-sent, over-carried, or delayed in transit, for it would be sim ply beastly to find ...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF YONGALA. Monthly meeting, held February 81, 1920. Present:--Crs. R. McCram, D. T. Robinson, J. jamieson, P. J.. O'Reilly, and the District Clerk. Cr.. Robinson was appointed chairman.. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Cr. Cram and clerk reported they had inspected roads in district, also. Dawson Road, and found some of the road, especially north of J. T. Ba ker's, in a bad state, and had decided to form same; also piece of road near Stanton's required reforming; also. Dawson Road and district road near cemetery required attention. Cr. Torr reported that with Cr. Robinson, and clerk he had inspected road near Liebich's, on north-west corner, and had arranged with Mr. Liebich to submit the work to neighbours at 25/ per chain forming. The clerk's financial report showed the following receipts since last, meeting:-Rates, £170 14/; poison,. £l 5/6; road rent, £4 12/9; depas turing licences, £2 4/; miscellaneous, £150 8/9; V.P.F. Account, £73 0/11;....
COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART FIFTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
. V..i - COPVRteMT.i-i=si . ^ _ >>ooo6oooo&lt;>o&lt;K>&lt;>o&lt;>oooo6b ck>0000&lt;>00000000&lt;x>&lt;>000&lt;) . By Mi's. Ceorgie Sheldon, Authtor of "/That Dowdy of a Giri#" Ac. Ac. PART FIFTEEN. . Shewas faint and hungry, tor she had featen nothing sincethe evening: before. ? , ? _ '. - ... She Estill bad her rebate cheque, which she had tucked inside her glove but thelittle she would receive in exchange lor that would barely suf fice to get her a scant breakfast. The conductor came through the cat ri age as she was pondering upon : hcrdilemma, and she appealed to t hiro, telling ' him. of her .embarrass ing situation. T .Tie -man looked surprised and r sympathetic, .but of course he could do nothing to'repair her loss. . Sonic. one who had. been sitting near her had doubtless watched her until the sra.« sound asleep, then se cured_herbagg»ge a»&lt;lmoney, and JeTt tha train at t...
SPORTING. THE TURF. SPALDING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
SPORTING. THE TURF. SPALDING RACES. The annual meeting of the Spalding . Jbjifc, which ha&lt;T"been postponed on Saturday, owing to inclement weather, took placeon Monday under much inore congenial conditions. The en : gagement was-ield in a paddock lent ? by Mr. D. A. CampbelL The attend -ance, which of course was affected by . the .postponement, was' satisfactory. The course improved 4>y the rain was in splendid condition. Results: . Farmers' Purse, six furlongs.-Yan dowie, 1; Fleetham.2. Other star : ters-Life Dove, Balgowon, and Tor maJon. Dividend for £1, £4 14/. Time, 1 min. 18 sec. " Flying Handicap, six furlongs. Perlubie, l; Andy Donald, 2. . Divi dend, £13/. Time, 1 min. 16 sees. Spalding'Handicap, one and a, quar ter mQes.-Kallirita, 1; Portiaform, 2. Dividend, £l S/. Time, 2 min. ill sec. r- . Trial Stakes Handicap, six furlongs. -MollyTorah, 1; Fleetham, 2.;Other starter-Yandowie. Dividend, £2 i/. Time, i min. 16 "sec. . Totalizator Handicap.-Perlubie, l; Por...
RAMBLERS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
RAMBLERS CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club was held in Leonard's sample rooms on Monday night, when the president, Mr. A. Dick son, presided over an attendance of 34 players and supporters. The balance sheet showed the club to be in a good financial pos ition, having a credit balance of £12 13/1. The election of officers resulted as follows: - Patron The Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jonesjl; president- Mr. A. Dickeon; sec retary and treasurer - Mr. P. Arbon 5 committee-Messrs. A. C. Ledwidge, R. Hawke, C. Bud den, £. Von Bertouch, ti. G. Taylor; delegates-Messrs. F. Dodd, and P. Annear: coach Mr. F. Dodd; captain-Mr. W. Adams; vice-captain - Mr. T. Taylor; selection, committee - Messrs. R. Hawke, F. Dodd, and H. Brown : timekeeper-M r. G. -Noden ; auditors - Messrs. E. Shields and O. Noden ; goal um pires-Messrs. C. Bradley and F. Smythe. The member's subscrip tion was fixed at 2/6. The com mittee were given instructions to go into the matter of obtaining new uniform, which is to be re...
BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 12 March 1920
BOOLEROO CENTRE. March 6-There seems to be a moving desire among people in general, and our town is not exempt. Mr. H. J. Robert son, storekeeper, has set the example of getting a move on to fresh fields and pastures new; now we understand Mr. A. Burley, wife, and family, are leaving here to go citywards in the near future. These people are of the pio neer element in our midst, as Mr. Bur ley has been living here for very many years. Miss O. Burley has been in busi ness in a fruit and refreshment shop here for ten years-Mrs. G. Foot is taking the shop now-and Mr. H. Bur ley has been occupied in wheat agencies here and at Peroomba, the nearest rail siding, for a number of years. Mr. Arch Barley, the dad, is such a well known character far and near that everybody knows something about him which is. always to the good; and Mrs. Burley and die juniors have always been most popular to those who know them most. As citizens of the town, and friends of all, this family will be very much mis...