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THE BATCHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

BATCHELOR. A batchelor was he As cute as cute could be, With .ladies not too shy But just a trifle shy, Neglected as a swain Responsive love to gain. As an explicit fact Most efficient in tact, Too cautious here to wed Preferring to instead In a quite solemn way Just cater for good pay. With money gains 'in store When old and ill, and sore, In misery alone Grey and crotchetty grown, He'll wish that that he bad caught Some difer girl, as he ought. Better Itfve 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 tveath of love nowhere ; To save him from despair He'll wish he gave his life To win a loving "wife. -Aug'n.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

MST31ICT COUNCIL OF COOLIN. Monthly meeting held at Oodla Wirra on March 27th. Present Cre. G.» L. Ferguson. (chair), £. Darragh, C. H. Meyers, T.O'Con nell, P. McElister and the clerk. Minutes of previous meeting road and confirmed. Correspondence-From see: for Lands, re application for per mission to transfer perpetual lease'No. 7749, held hy Mrl. E. E. Wilson, sections No. 140,141 and 252, Hd. Goglin. From same acknowledging receipt of letter re simultaneous months for de struction of vermin and advising io confer with neighbouring coun cils regarding tbe matter. From , aec. L G.D., re the enforcement of the Noxious Weed Act. From same advising that A. Simpson &8on, Adelaide, obtained con tract to supply dog discs for en suing year. From same advising payment of £200 to Grants ac count, as~final instalment ef a mount allotted for maintenance of main roads damaged by floods. From Registrar General of Deeds advising change of ownership of folio viinglandsSections84and ' 183...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. GUMBOWIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

" v SPORTING. THE TURF. ? ??? , GUJIBOWIE KA.CE8. ,. ' The Gumbowie tum were held last Saturday in fine weather, (id there was- - tmmtin MTmnnJitig- ? 'districts. 'Sixerrents were programmed, - bi* fields were^h».Mdar of the 4*7- - Aetrong -working committee with MreN. i 'Jones as president, - carried t oat the ar- ? iwjgemenw admirably, whilst the Mora ^:tsrialdulies:we»in<he«BpaMehajids X":of;Jlr.IStBti Olliver. Tta dab will clear .. {?'* fair profi t on the day, and it U their in tention to make ths mseting *® «nnoal :ri-'«JEair.fe lie jpabiican'e booth was. ia ' chaigetrf llr RB. Murphy:~ The results 'oftiie-nirioM wM|mn follows stab-. . - ®- 31. McKay's "Tormalion. I - - W. McKeoujh * CombowiE, - J - -C. SheiadanVWaiknebiilna, 3 Othsrstarter*-BealGold, Carl 2ilU,. * <Sm«4M5v :V :"-1 ??'?i; .» - ' -Sorin.Ftatt:- ?> P/J.Tlyan'i LadyrJiiggler, 1 J. vR.iellr'e Maylands, . v . % c W/'A.-Woods" Comet, . : S* Others-^Caribreak, Dashing Win, ? Bommni.., . . * -...

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NEW COMPULSORY WOOL SCHEME. Mr. Jowett's Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

NEW COMPULSORY WOOL SCHEME. -Mr. Jowett's Opposition. The following letter has been sent by Mr. Edmund Jowett, 1£P., to the President of the Joyce's Creek Brandt of the Victorian Far mers Union who. bad asked for bis advise bow farmers should vote--*'1 much appreciate your asking for my advkfe on the subject of the proposed new Compulsory Wool Scheme. 'I may say that I' am convinced that the scheme is totally opposed to the interests of the Aus tralian woolgrowers, and that I therefore id* vise all Woolgrowers to vote No. The great principle for which I and other members of the Australian Country Party stand is that the primary producer-whether of wheat, bat ter, .meat, gold, or wool-is entitled to the world's parity for what he produces. We have to pay the world's parity-with serious: additions-tor practically everything which we have to buy, and production in Australian can only be profitably maintained and ade quately encouraged if we can obtain the world's parity for what we pro...

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ONKAPARINGA SELECTIONS. Ron Easter Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

jQNKAPABINGA. 8EL,ECT10H8. Bon Easter Monday. ~ - -HmdU Race-Mount tfiltnin or Uiu Boadyn.. . . Sri»l Stakni-Pislolmion or Or*to. OnkaptringaCup-Bopntree or Intol erance - Great Kaatern 8tMpl«ch>M^-EpletitH* ^rBatrator. ? . . .. Hill» Railway StakM-Manhads or PMceDiy.A :: Amniaur StceplMham-Seuttla Kti or 'ifarnu. . Q»kbank Walter--Murfllo Bud or Qaaadof CTw.

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"Sun-Raysed" Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

"SufrJUytal" Ctfaon. . By '"DIP-TIN." Mr. Blakeley. (Cau" N.S.W" to Sir Joseph Cook): "Is it a fact that you are' going to a calmer atmosphere?" _ .Sir Joseph Qu>k (emphatically)"No; it is aoL'-Parliamentary.. report. "A calmer atmosphere," Sir Joes* Now what did Blakeley mean, Pray? . 1 know you-said you "wouldn't go,' But think you we're so green. Eh!_ t That .we'd accept your" ptoiapt negation" Without much mental reservation? Nay! -. Come, tcir *is where this Sabbath calm Is to be found, O gallant knight; Do! That we may seek its blessed balm. And, with you, lake our joyful fligm, Too/' .=- « From H.C.L. and knavish tricks. \ From -profiteers and politics,. - (Phewi)~ Take us away, dear, good Sir Joe, To .Arcady, where love will'thrill us. Gee J ~ .AS. 3b- the shade- {quite comae il We sport with gauze-gowned AmaryfUs E-e! . Each care-free, Svand'ring; shepherd $tre* phon. But clad in half.a yard of crepon. , . See? The H.C.L. and" Basic Wage, Such subject we'll not moot. KoJ...

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LAURA SELECTIONS. Run on Easter Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

" . -1111 - ' ^ JjACTRA SKLiiGTIOlfS. -Bun OB Easter Monday. Huutbii-Souc&ut Boy or St Cyprian. .Slying-^-HindmBrihor Topay. /TrimU^-Lord Pistol or Min Point. Laura. Handicap-Lord: Ntntu or Called in. " . ' ; i iifqjrice-Powder Pan or Comedy Prin ~'peimu* _T "? ?. Beetaloo Handicap-Topay or Anton BOM. .' - Booyoolie^Handicap-Hinilnni.li or Galled In. '

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CHAPTER XIX. A TRYING ORDEAL FOR EDRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

CHAPTER XIX. A.TBYING ORDEAL FOR EnrtiK "'Thank you, Miss EdriV s'«h Mr. Graham/ when she had £ni-h.<1 "Your story has relieved me gn>±i y 4pr I confess that I at first hMinv.'t vop had run away from voor Lomo Vn3 friends. With your san--t'oa i .sivill write to Signor Kavalora-b'; i? van Italian; as hie nam* indi^-ato Jto;conie home with sic lo ica to morrow evening, when perhaps you Jtrili sin^ to him/ -so that he can Jtidge what report to givg W yoiitt his friend." "I shall tie v«j glad to meet the gentleman," Edrie said, inlUag, aim feeling that a gnat, burden was lift ed from her heart now that her kind friends knew her whole history. The . next evening, trne Xe his pro . mise, Mr. Graham brought his friend home with him, and the expression of blank astonishment Which spreac over his hoc when hewas formally ? introduced to Edric, who looked ex ceedingly youthful since her illness, was comical in the extreme. Hi was far too well bred, however. to give voi» to his th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

m r mmmm liaised laad Broker- Auctioneer Leases, ' TTrtudiiecs, and? all -Documents for the purposes of f'TheRealPropertyAct.'' HOUSES, FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS VAiJD BUSINESSES FOR SALE. . IwsUfci «.«* .v Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills Prepared. , * F. H. FRITH, : MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. ; OppositeRailway Station, Date A.I.F., (Successor io M. 33. RYAN), :£?AUCTIONEER, V. Ho&se, Land, and General Commission Agent, :$tfc>RN. " - 'VALUATIONS anbsales CONDUCTED IN . ANY PART or ? ' ^DISTRICT.:/ .: - ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. v . I «? , TRANSFERS, MORTGAGES, 'AGREEMENTS, INCOME -TAX ' I ...^-rarifc*: RETURNS PREPARWiih ?'?% V ; v- <-.. * '. ... Ad2r«»»:B6* li. The Factory that Produces " Prepared Paint 73>is old eatdiliitid Australian ptint factory i* fcnitdihg'aa'jmmcnte industry on the nre , foundation ofreliable products »pec"u|Uy.lii*d» toauit our ciirualc - The interest of Abeie ntsiibctureri in k HIGH GRADE PREPARED ustrtili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

S0UTHBR1TISH FIBS, MARINE, ACCIDENT, fnaurance Company,. Ltd. ; A nurelj . .ftuatralasitn ' Company, authoring ct^iuj, £l,tt)0,WW. " -: Every description of Property, in';: eluding HAYSTACKS and GROVV fNG CROPS, iocund Jat - Lovw; Current" Rate*/ DAMAGE 'BT fJIGHTNINGcoVerea Without Extra ' "fVcsuami ' . ^wifefayfrt* - . p^tctn '*iuut thtjr ^kbility lor. icddtajtf to_th*ir workmen. Loweit Bate*. Perfect security. Prompt Settlement*. 3.A. Branch-Grenfell. Street. A. M. AIHWIN, Mwipr Agent »t Peterborough t HErrHERSAY- ,. StWHlG T\N\flt. l^ARMERS are recommended m Secure their Supplies for Kid iUnrut U early a« .posaible lai that avoidUst jea»oa'*ihorUiKe'... Writ* alcacc for quotation* for Binder and SawingTwtnea. " t . -i. <.__?> - _ . H. J. PENNOft CO., LTD.. DARLING BUILDINGS. : ADELAIDE. £. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE XJtADING SEEDSMEN, FLOEIIT8. Hi^i Quality Flower S*ed* aha Bnlba, SpadaBy&alected V«getabi* tiJIi Cat Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, ' jhwur...

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The Times Friday, 2nd April, 1920. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

Friday, 3nd April, 1920. A subject that is at BRITISH present attracting TTTQTTOTT 9 IDUCh pullllC JUSUCJi, i tion ia tfae caee of Sergeant Ahearn's peculiar re moval from Peterborough, -which ia a matter of importance to the community as well as a grave in justice to an efficient and most conscientious member of the South Australian Police Force. As -far as can be gathered the transfer is the ouicbme of recent prosecutions of the local hotel*, keepers, during the extended ill ness of Sgt Ahearh, who has had charge of the local police station for the past ten months and has proved himself a painstaking and fearless officer-one who has had to carry out the duties of two or three men. Briefly set out, two recruits were sent to Peterborough recently to detect publicans break ing the'law. By adopting methods which caused the Magistrate hearing the case to utter com ments anything but compliment ary, they were successful in obtaining the necessary evidence. The sergeant at Peterborough w...

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CHURCH SERVICES. EASTER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

CHURCH SERVICE*. EASTER SUNDAY. CathoUc-Holy Mass, 8 and 11. Peterborough, 7^30; Oodlawirra, 10.30. Kaekara-Usual Evening Devotions. 7-Petersburg-. ^ M«tho4Ut-ll * ra. and ,7 p.m., Re*. A. H. Melbourne. - Baptist-11 ,a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

: : --CORYBIGH^.-^ : OOOOOTKWOOWWOOTKW^ ME'S LEGACY J © ".. : OOGOOOOOOOO<K)<K>£KKWKK) "By Mrs. Georgie SheJdon. Autiipr of filial Dowdy -;oI A Girt," 4*t- ^ PAST KIGHTKBN. '/ -It JTOS the; deSCBBt Ol OOTJ1 and her husband -that'.Walter Field,' whom ibey knew ior a noble. trite-hearted - mfln, " should learn to love^their iddlised daughter; tut sh^ begfciT io (ear, from certain - indica Uoi&. ifcat this talented «irt whom i&sy "had fcefriended might prove to tet^e loadstone that would attract M^'aSectioh. - "Sot'. under two or three Weeks at lea§£.*S »r. Field replied, looking ^ ; weeks., please-if I gain asrapidlyas I have done during the last two.5' Edrie pleaded,, eagerly. we' will ifee,*'" the .younj man" Slid; and then he arose to go 2n to prescribe Jor ypu," he" continued. smiling, l>u< not.quite iso brightly as /usual, Ed rie thought.- "bat 1 Sod'£»**.. my Services a e no longer needed. How ever. I wilt advise you to get ...

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Farewell Social at Orroroo: [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

Farewell SMHI at Orroroo; The institue on Friday evening held a very, fine representative gathering, who met to say farewell to Mr. £. H. Judell^ who, after a residence of 31 years "in Orroroo, departs for the city during the next few days. A goodly crowd" assembled at the institute, and seating accommodation would have i severely taxed if the farewell ar rangements hac been more widely known. Mr. W. C. Addison presided, and in his opening remarks he voiced the regrets of the town at the guests' de parture. Among the sheaf of apologies he had on the table were some from Peterborough and Black Rock, all of which expressed every good wish for ihe future of Mr. and Mrs. Judtll in their new sphere. The guest's father came to this part of the country when the town was in its earliest history, and opened in business in the early 'eighties. In those days their fore fathers had quite a different battle to fight compared to the present genera tion. Settlers got into their holdings to endeavo...

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PUBLIC INDIGNATION MEETING Police Officer Unjustly Penalised. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

PUBLIC INDIGNATION MEETING Police Officer Unjutiy Poiliied. On 10th December Iwt, Polioe Recruits Smith and Knigbc visited Peterborough in plain cloUi«8 with A.I. F. badges conspicuously displayed. Sitoith had aerred 11 months in tn« SAtnenquadiouof 9th Light Horse &» a man named Stows (a barman) in this town, and on arrival they renewed their friendships Smith saying that he was waiting- for a railway ap pointment. During the day they had had a couple of drinks together, and in the evening they prevailed upon Brown to get them drinks, resulting in the obtaining of a conviction against .the four botelkeepers in the town for serving liquor, after houxs. The S.M. who heard the case commented wither strongly on . the methods used to' obtain .the convictisna, and following on this. Sergeant Ahearn has; been notified to hold himself in readiness for transfer to Port Wakefield, 'the local belief being that thi 4 is a reducaoo in status for Ahearn, owing to his failure to obtain th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

A FAIR WARNING. -One that should be heeded by alL Frequently the first <sign of kidney trouble is a slight ache or pain in the loins. Neglect of this warning makes the way easy for more serious trou bles-dropsy, gravel, serious kidney disease. 'Tis well to pay attention to the first sign. Weak kidneys generally grow weaker and delay is often dangerous. Residents of this . locality place reliance in Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. This tested remedy has been' used in kidney trouble for years, and is recommen ded all over the civilised world. Read the following: Mr. G. \V. Meadows, Bridges- St., Peterborough, says:-"I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and they did me a lot of good, in fact they cored me. I took 2 course of these Pills for kidney trouble, a complaint which had been making my life alqiost un bearable for years. I had pains in the small of my back, just over the right kidney, and they were very severe. My most unpleasant expe rience was when 1 bent my back and ...

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Booleroo Centre Column. A Sad Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

-Booleio* Ceatr* Column. * ? By "ATOfc." A Sad Fatality. Late (on Wednesday afternoon Thomas A. Hackett was riding a spir ited horse about two miles from Mur raytowa, carrying a double-barrelled shotgun, fully loaded,, when, it is sur mised, the weapon went off acciden tally. The charge entered the back, of Hackett's head, which was half blown away. Dr. Milne, who Vas near to the scene of the fatality, remained until the arrival of M.C. 'White and Mr. J. G. Heddle, who decided that an inquest was unnecessary. Deceased was 26 years of age, and was known throughout the northern showrings as an -experienced horseman." -Sucoessful Sport* Gathering On Wednesday afternoon, 24tk ult, ?port* were held ait the recreation grsuDd to aid to extinction of a email debt tbara on. The program for th* day waa a large and varied one, omnpiuinf it event* (program enclosed). The attendance wai ' fairly good, About £17 being taken at the - gatee, and the horae-raoing- events war* excellent, particularly...

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Indecent Assaults. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

ludecest Assault*. At the Circuit Court, Gladstone, on Monday, 12nd March, before Hie Honor {Mr. Justice Buehacan) and a jury, William Vincent Crowhurst, of Piir nino, was charged that be did oil' 8th January, 1920, unlawfully and indecently assault one Vers Gladys 8u»an Lehmann, a female under the age of 17 yeara. The accused pleaded not guilty. Mr. H. A. Bhierlaw (Crown Prosecutor) appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. F. Villeneuve Smith, K.C., with Mr. H. O. A. Rankin, represented the accused. Vera Gladys Susan Lehmann gave evidence that she was at heme alone on Thursday, January 8th, and that accused came and left a message for her uncle about bringing the biead and mail from Oodla Wirra on the following Saturday. He asked for a drink of water and then committed the alleged assault whilst in the kitchen. Cross-examined by Mr. Smith the girl admitted that she made no complaint at the time and that two nights later she went to a dance at Nackara and went for a walk about three o'...

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HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held March 24th. Present - Ore. Manson (chairman), Barnes and the Clerk. It was decided to raise the wages of the daymen- employed by the council by I/- per day. Clerk instructed to order the dog discs he will require for next year from A Simpson & Son. W. A. Reed and G- H. Wright to have per mission to fence across the Gorge road, Hd. Wonaka, on the usual conditions being carried out. Green Bros., Hd. Arkaba, to&ave . permission to remove fenca where requited on usual undertaking. One guinea to be sent to Minda Home as a subscription. Cr. ClarKe to employ a- man to finish off. inverts, etc., after grader. Tender accepted-Contract No. 36,'J. W. Callary, £18 9/. Works ordered-About 10 chains Three Sisters road; 10 chains picking and rercoating Fourth St., Haw ker. Payments-District a'c £88 10/9, Govt. Grants a/c £65 18/9. . ANCHOVY PASTE.-Mince two red herrings freed from skin and bone, put in pan with quarter of butter, 1 tabl...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

FOOTBALL. / Bepori of the provisional committee ap ported at public meeting on Much 19th. 1920, .toeaeilSertiie qtuition ot-iemipg the old P*<wfcoroagbFootbaU Association:- ' ~£Wfci»ave to .report that, in accordance with thejrenolution paawd&tti* jmblic meat iog, iwo of our number, Be, C LawtWcinrke :aod HrllE. ft/Both, interviewed tbe ttar»»e ' Pdiabaoagli Foofcbsll Clube asksg for «i jtudeud 8D^estiaDB)B cubing vnt the pro p»*il approvedby tfce ppblietneeiinpon 19 th. MmA. ^Thfi dab? wenMoiged to agree t-> tihn imftrmg of afresh Btaitby tbe * pooling*'of all' pl&yera and the selection of three even local te&zn^, The replica isceived were as follows X.TSre United Football dob strongly sup* portedthe proposal and stated their inability to form a team in the .If-33- Football Associa tion «wder.presea% conditions. 2 The Bam blets FbotSaB CJuh appeared by no tneans favorable totfre prdpoeu, bat expreesed their ygfingnea to "pool* allp^ayeraif the ...

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