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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 March 1920

ISprafipe Company, i Lid. ~T A .purel* Australasian ViCompany^ authorised Inscription <>f. flropeity, i in filS: jristtred-^t'S?" , _ .^eir;Ji«ilnlity ;|ors»Ccid«W* : fcirworkjnen. p»we«t; Rate*. v ^Perfect security. PromptSettlementa 5&A? ^l^^^<rftntetl Stteet. '.-' ^Agienj'Sai' £eteAw»ti(fr~ ...-- Are'-recommended 40" S^fF£$tS»iBi &eirSuDPliea - jor'^'iNtart - kyoidlaBt-season's shortage. Write "" onceJor/quotations for Jinder.and J.PENNO& CO, LTD, s^^a®ikMNa;BUiiJQiNas. ^^?iWviiiiflaiiL.... .. feaNUKSERYMEN, ^rLOJBISW-^ ' High ^3 aallty flower Seeds Bulbs, Sjp^cJ«By- Selected Vegetable ~~ strdt, flowen.'Wrafti, FD^M, «oWjoetm,.'4tc.y-Bart _ Agricultural' . iirlflni"~ Tinn . - g,;;; :?;35Bmitty f ;,:;3E3|3^RT::-5AJ)yfCK on *&j ?&.: 3 WRK. MARINE, PERSONAL, ' f^sH$^o»;t^nif;Sxo0t >& 4SAYSTACKS land GROWING CROPS A SPECIALITY. § > jL, SHACKLT^§RD,° Agent, iW toroiiiih. ;' t1 .-yt $0w$Bfa$ vybjjir irvsc 'a...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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The [?] Times Friday, 19th March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 March 1920

Friday, 19th March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-The services on Sunday next will be as follows:-8, Holj' Communion; II, Matting 7. Evensong. Wednesday, t4th.-Lent Service, 7.30. Thiireday, 25th.-Holy Communion, 10.30. Cricket.-Terowie visited Yon gala last Saturday and met with defeat, the home team scoring 233 for 7 wickets against Terowie's 81. A full report wi!l appear next issue. Bagot, Shakes & Lewis, Limited, Peterborough, report having held their local monthly market on Thursday. 11th March, when a large yarding of stock Has submitted from all parts of the State. Prices for sheep were good and bidding was spirited throughout. Sheer carded, 6,550; sheep sold, 5795; wethers, "15 at 33/, 1 at 31/6, 69 at 27/7. 45 at 24/9. 38 at 24/-. 28 at 22/7. S58 at 19/5. "13 at 13/-. 296 at 9/11; ewes, 27 at 21/1, 30 at 30/5. 147 at 13/6. 1.040 at 12/1. 617 at 11/1. 504 at 10/4. 1088 at 7/6, 27 at "/-. 117 at 5/1: Iambs, 80 at 19/11, 34 at ] 6/9. 247 at 15/10, 62 at 15/-. ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 March 1920

CHURCH SESVICfiS. Catholic.-Holy Mast 8 and 11 Pe tersburg, and lO.Sp Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions 7 Petersburg. Methodist-U a.m.'and 1 p.m.. Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-ll a.m. and 7 p.m. -Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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WHAT UNCLF THINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

WHAT UN'CLF. THINKS. "Talking about religion," said Un cle Silas, "it is a funny old fireworks that often blows up when least ex pected to. Who should want any other religion than the one he was t;ragln to love and reverence in the sanctity of his impressionable years of youth? Yet there are people oj ail sects and classes who have not: enough religion to cover thei^ olvn wants, and they are always irying to tear a piece off the religion of some one else. They, in .their poverty of apparel, are ever striving to take from, or abuse of, another what they themselves have not enough honest religion of their own to stand secure before the world in. They are the pilferers of man's most treasured pos session, when ihev try to ridicule <v take from him hi? spiritual belief. Jt makes my old hlor,d boil to hear some of the rcvilin.es and profanities thai are hurled by ignoramuses against others at times-it is too of en a diseased imagination throwing off its corruption and a disgra...

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BRITISH EMPIRE LAND SETTLEMENT. FOR SOLDIERS. REPORT BY MEESRS. CHRISTOPHER TURNER AND EDMUND JOWETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

BRITISH EMPIRE LAND SETTLEMENT. " i FOR SOLDIERS. The following report.by Messrs. Christopher Turner and Edmund Jowett has been issued. Both are special representatives of the Koyai Catania! Institute, London, in e*necoon with the Settlement of the Soldiers of the Empire upon the Lands of the Empire Mr -Turner lias just completed a to,urA °£ Canada. Caii fornia New Zealand, and Australia. Before leaving England, he ?nd Mr. Jovrert prepared the following joint report which -has been forwarded to the "Prime Minister, and to the Premiers and Ministers for Land of the six Australian- States: KEPORT. The -rapid and effective placing of settleis upon the land is one of the^most lOPortMt problems with which every Bntjsh Govern ment is - faced-both", irom the Impena and National -points of «e». A feature tlut » not at all widely realised as it should be is that in spite of the fact that the British Em jiire occupies one quarter of the total land area of the globe its agricultural population...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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"Sun-Raysed" Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

"Saa-Raysei" Coluna. By '"DIP-TIN." We have just recently sustained a visit, in the Sun-Raysed districts," from sixty pressmen, representing the most important newspapers of the Common wealth. It is ,onlv fair to say that that the moral one of the various communi ties has, since the Visitors* arrival, on-yl declined to a very small extent. ^ Two or three robberies occurred in Mildura during the visit, but, in spite of the fact that it is many months since a previous robbery was reported, there, is really no circumstantial evidence against" a single member of the delegation. Some little stor was caused - by a foolish rumour that some of the visitors had broken into a local bank and secured consider able booty, but it appeared on investi gation that some eavesdropping idiot had overheard the following conversa-. -4ion between two pressmen : "Did you take. many, notes, Jones " "Yes; thou sands old man. How" did vou get on." "Oh, I scooped in -everything I could get. ^mu3t sort out ray ...

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CHAPTER XVIII. EDRIE'S PLANS FOH THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CHAPTER XVm. EDHIE'S PLANS FOH THE FUTUTtE. "WelJ, for a young lady who ii supposed to have so little strength, you are capable of making consider able noise/' the young physiciau re marked, while he regarded her glow ing, eager fnc** with undisguised ad miration. -. "Bdrie was in the l>est ^)f spirits. She was filled wiih delight to find that her rich voi.ee was still at her command, and she abandoned herself to the traAGport of the moment. A gl$*un of nsi^chief shot into her dark eyes, a smile of wicked amuse ment curled h«»r red lips, and, lifting her hands with a gesture of mock di*wiay. slip cried : ''Xoiszf* ! Oh. Dr. Field, ftave T been making a 'noise* '}*' . FTi* (a<v f/'ll. h»> lluphod. aiid an »-x l»i\.-ss-iou' of s^li r^pi-oa :h .-loud.-d his eyes. . 'I did nos.z."^he i&2zcr:d. la confusion, "and I beg your pat' don for using the unfortunate word. 1 only meant that you have wonder ful power, considering your recent illness." " JCoise' !" repeated...

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART SEVENTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

... -COPYRIGHT. a £ <MXK)<K^0«}0<K>{KHK>&&W5 lOIEfiEAGYi *? a =OGOOOa(K«H>OfiODO<)OOG{).00 Mrs;. AJeoitjifc Sheldon, Al»tharof-i .iltit 'Iiowiy 'tf a Girl." fc. 4s. feiiBT SEVEN^sar.. T-;: Where Was-she ? .She tried to think ?.j jjbut jbia* brdii seeme^ il^t-raWit. J bed ? ar S^Ir^'uisa ifc^3a^^Upn_i^a^;.-^ia?i -.tto«£v j^tS^ySvS^.: '^"tiJ'sTOD^i" ; tohd.swect face, .which -she imagined " «;Wp ?must-liaye {irpamedjaboutsojue '-iimo" inr iliay »aa something fwn'" - _ 3sar afcouij it^yiib its gentle beauty yiridnrsR, ?' itid/jet; she did tlOt \is^&ribw/Stii^i: '» .---.. . .. . ---."-, > . .' ;T. am glad that you are better, , ??*: de^;** "-saidvoice, -such, as she J5l3.; ' sometimes - imagined - her . another ; .oau^i-^i*ve,.ha<t4t .«as*®o . sympathetic,.. - * ' *Aja'^ill?",«he bsked ; and her" ' ?' pu n voice-" 'sounded- .ftlar.- ofr.: and siot . - . like hca^iataUT ^ "7," , ? :... "Yes. you ha...

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The Times Friday, 26th March, 1920. THE BATCHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

Friday-,, 26th March, 1920. ? THE BATCHELOR. A batclielor was he As cuje as cute could be, With ladies not too shy . But just a trifle shy, . Neglccted as a swain Responsive love to gain. As an explicit fact Most efficient .ip (act, Too cautious- here to wed Preferring to instead In a quite soleipn way Just,cater forvgood pay. With money gains in store When old and ill, and sore. In misery alone Grey and cro'tcfietty grown. He'll wish that that he had caught " . Some dear girl, as he ought. ..Better love even poor All its trials to_.endure_ Than live selfish to find No one near- to be kind When the shadow of pain, Afflicts the troubled brain. ," When shades of night appear, Life's end is -drawing near With iyeath j>f love nowhere To save him from despair He'll wish he gave his life To win a loving wife. -Augh,

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A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRON CHITIS, ETC. The ticaiment of Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, lafluenza, and Sore Throais calls for some thing that will desirov disease germs Iroro the throat and bronchial lubes. soothe and heal inflamed mucous membrane, loosen phlegm, and tone up the general tystem. For this purpose money cannot buy a better medicine than that, a pint of which any one may pre pare in their own homes in a few moments by adding HEEXZO (registered name for Mean's Essence) to warm water and sweet ening as per easy directions supplied with <-ach bottle. As HEENZO costs only 2/-, and a pint of readv-made cough mixture would cost at least J-/-, it will be seen that a bis money savisg is to be effected by making your own HEENZO cough mixture. HEENZO is stocked by chemists and stores. : §/l «r sue boxes lor XT/8.

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter'* Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Conunnnion;. 11, Sung Eucha rist; 7, Evensong-.. Splendid Values in Eaiter Travelling Want*-Rocs, Suit Cues, Kit Bags E. A. Ham & Son's (late E A. Dobbie 4Co.) ? ? Accounts for Subscriptions are out .-and Subs have woke up to the fact that by paying up for the year, be fore March 31st. they save 2/. Last Friday saw the crowd taking advan tage of the scheme, but if the rush is as great to-day, -we mean to get police protection. Racing.-At the annual meeting of the Quorn Jockey Club held on Tuesday last, Messrs. E. N. Twr> penv (judge and president) and John Finlay (starter) were re elected unopposed. These gentle men have held their respective positions for about twenty suc cessive years and are to he con gratulated for their yeoman ser vices. Congratulations, gentle men ! Valedictory.-On Tuesday last, at Mr- H. Rhode's residence, "Rohde sia"" Peterborough, a very pleasant evening was ...

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A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

A BOON TO GROWING GIRLS. Girls from their Teen? onwards are very apt to become anaemic aud nervy. These con' diliotjs, if not properly attended to, seriously affect them in after years. It is, therefor^ 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 HBAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS, which are aptly termed "a boos to growing girls." Nerve Nuts are sold by all feading chcmists and stores, price# 3/ per box, -containing 12 days' supply, or aix boxea for 17/3.

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BOY SCOUT ENDOWMENT FUND. WHAT IT MEANS TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

BOY SCOUT ENDOWMENT FUND. AVHAT IT MEANS TO THE COUNTRY. It is satisfactory to know that the State wide Appeal that is being made for £10.000 to endow the Boy Scout Movement, has been ttken up by Adelaide and many large' country centres with enthusiasm and earnestness. Tt.e object of the Boy Scout Movejnent is becom rng so widely knowu that .it is commending itself wholehearted!)' to the public. An in cident may be recorded that happened «n Ade laide last. week. A gentleman called at the Appeal Offices and asked were subscriptions being taken. On being informed that such was the case, he left the office and returned in a few minutes' time with a cheque signed for £100. In giving it to the official be said, "I give this donation because 1 know what the Boy Scout Movement has done for my two boys. It has made men of them, and ! am under a great debt to the Association." This incident is not the only one that has come before the Central Appeal Executive sipce the campaign was opened. F...

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Beltoa Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

Beltoa Race*. The weights for the two principa events to be held at tfoe Belton meeting on Monday next are as follows : Beltou Handicap-Bltifil 10«t 91b«., Winapie 10.3. Yandowia 9.10, Bonteafe 9.6, Voe 9.6, Eighteen Pounder 9.0, Mas ter Scrutiny 8 9, Willapa Jack 8.7, M-onte Coiona 8.7, Myrtle 8.7, Jennie 8.7. Flying Handicap-Blafil .Ost. 12ibe.f Winapie 10.5, Lord Traquair 9.13, Bom safe 9 6, Vo* 9,6, Eighteen Pouuder 9.0f Kyrie Eleieon 8.10, Willapie Jack 8.7. Monte Colona 8.7, Myrtle 8.7, Rose Pop 8.7, Skipper 8.7. For poet entry events see program in another column. The secretary wishes to announei there will be refreshment*, fruit, lollta, etc., on th« ground.

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SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the above was held in the Town Hall on 7th inst., when the present (Mr. A. E. Lock) occupied the chair. There was a good attendance. There was a larg« amount of correspondence dealt w:th. _ The election of ^officers for the ensu ing year resulted as" follows Presi dent, Mr. J. H. White; vice-presi dents Messrs. W. H. Hill and J.. Mit chell;- treasurer, Mr.- H. P. Shakes; hen. secretary, Mr. G. McXama'ra; committee Messrs. Jephcott, Potter, . Lock, Wells, Stone, Ridge, . Mitchell, Wilsden, Randell, and.Conliu; audi tors, Messrs. Jephcott ' and Potter. The balance-sheet was read ari4 adop-f ted. Receipts-Proposition fee%. in cluding 10/ from Mr. W. H, Hill and 7/6 from Mr. J. McKenzie, £9 7/6;, badges' sold, £8 2/6; bank interest,' 1/3; total, £.17 11/3. Expenditure-^ Printing, 19/6; stationery,,. £l 4/11; cash box, 2/6; telegrams, £2 4/6; postages, £2 15/3; paid for badges ' (including P.O. order and stamps), £6 12/7; ...

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CARRIETON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

TTTT CARRIETON SPORTS. The following nominations have been received by ihe secretaries, and everything points to a good day: Handicap Trot-Fire King, Sham rock, Comet, BJondon, See You Las er, Rose and Black. Ace of Spades, Queenie, Rowena, Flirt, Darkie, Dyed Garments, Princess I-e Romi, Schuja, Brown Jug. Thunder King. Bonisafe, Skipper, Granite. Easier Handicap - Blafil, Kyric Eleison, Tierawarra. Penelopive, Wil lipa Jack, Voe, Bonisafe, Skipper. Granites Sheffield Handicap- E. Turner 1, F. Gi'let: 2. A. Wallace 3, i.. Wallace -J, A. Miller 5. J. G. Greffen 6, L. S. Avery 7. R. L. Avery 8', T. King 9, T. H. Butterfield 10, Geo. Thornton 11, R. Abernethy 12, H. E. Partridge 13, R. H. Gibb 14, T. Finlay 15. C. Miller 16. F. D. By water 17, A. Walton 18, W. Wells 19. - Willipa Jack, Blatil, Winapie,

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. March 20.-On Tuesday evening last the ladies of the district had a social evening in the Institute Hal! to bid farewell-to Mrs. H. J-. Robertson, Mrs. A. Burley, Miss O. Burley, Mrs. J. Llewellyn, and' Miss Gladys . and Trix Llewellyn,'; who are - departing from the town, and district. As is. usual with ladies,'"lots of-nice things ?were said and a pleasant evening .was ? spent in the presentations of. goad wishes, etc., in graceful acknowledge ment of the high esteem entertained - for the good ladies to whom as guests . of the evening much honour was paid. On Wednesday evening a well-. attended dance was given and enjoyed hy the younger folk immensely, to raise funds; or rather, add to those in existence, towards erecting a soldiers', memorial in the town. Mr. P. C. Stacr acted as M.C., and the musical part was supplied -by Miss Daisy Dennis. ; Mr. J. F. Dennis is coming to do business in the store lately occupied by Mr. H- J. Robertson, having pur C...

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RACES AT YUNTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

RACES AT YUNTA. - -The Yuri.ta picnic- race meeting eventuated on Saturday^ March 13, and although the temperature was very high, jt was a .clear heat and not at all sultry. The 'officials were-Pa trons, Hon.' W.- Duncan: and \V. J. Wade, Esq.; President, A. Bow man, Esq.; secretary, Mr. S. "I. Wheeler; judges, Messrs.- K en worthy and McDonald: starter, Mr." Christie Wade. The racing -was particularly good, and large fields were the order of .the day,- as many as 13 horses started in the Cup, and the^JsmaHest field was seven. The Cup brought but -a.lot. of well-bred competitors, hit most of them ' lacked- training, the ?winner, Mr. J. Smith's Willipa' Ja^k, was the exception, finishing' an easy winner,. withou turning, a '.hair, and-, doing the same in the iadys' bracelet. The attendance .was. good-never- be fore has.-Yu'nta seen so many'motor cars. The stations were well repre sented by owners, managers, station hands and -race horseijj^some coming 70. miles. We noticed on the gro...

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PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. ' Council meeting held Monday, . -March 15. Present-The Mayor, Crs." Baldwin, Williamson, Garwood, * An near, -Dodd. and the Cleft, -ilinutea of previous meeting1 read^odcon-. firmed. . Apologies received {orthe absences of Crs. Bills and" Phiflijw: Engineer's ' report for pVevidus /fort night received.- . . " Correspondence - From Railway's Commissioner asking Council what reduction could be^made in the cost of current supplied, provided the. agreement be.further extended .Sor a" period of five years-Resolved-tWt if'-, the agreement be extended .to the term specified, the cost-'be reduced to 7d. per unit. ? From Conservatorofr Forests stating that electric light poles ordered were ready fofinspec-:. tioti.-CUrk to inspect and arrange-* -for cartage. Resolved that L. ZetMtP^ ,ner 'be paid 12/6 per.dav, W. Stnifh 35/ per week,, and R. Cox- 20/' per .week. W. Dawson's offer to supply 100 tons good .mallee at 19/ per ton accepted, From Secretarv of Insti-' cute ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

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