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

EXPRESSES GRATITUDE'. John Smith had worked for the corporation (or forty-odd years, sad decided to retire. The company, in. consideration of bix long and faith ful service, arranged to give him a. monetary recognition. The superin tendent of the works, a German and-, an extra good mechanic, -was asked to present it. He was advised to use a little sentiment In making the; presentation speech, and this is the way £e did it ?"John, you haS work for the com< pany over forty years?" "Tea." "You are going to retire?" .'Yes." "Veil | They are eo glad ot U that they asked me to hand yoa this twenty pounds."

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

CHILDREN. V Voices of children call, Glad- echos on life's way. Good nature to enthral. And drive dull care away. Sweet babes of innocence As mortal creatures come, As gifts frofti Providence. To glad each earthly borne. In tenderness they grove. Demanding human care , The light of love to show. Divine implanted there. Each little form conveys A new-born soul may rise, To merit human praise And wondrous good devise. Bright blooms to beautify The fruitful nuptial tree. And ripen bye-and-bye, To rich humanity. Emblems pf us they live, Perpetuate and hold, Life's heritage to give To ages yet untojd. Our Sun of Life may set, Our day o£ duty done. But children linger yet . To view new fife begun. Our thoughts in them may dwell. Reincarnate to. prove Beyond death's ocean swell Shine new-born rays of love. -Augh.

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

A TALKATIVE PABROT. The peculiar charm of parretetov that when they do mischief It iagetf; erally amusing .mischief, somsth that yields a goodSfltoiy,!*^^ *he chemist who figuresli .* ajaecdbte is even prottder of -Ufa than he -was before the pet .UeOaMA|>g^ a customer. - ' ' The parrot Is large, and gtt alert to hear, and'prompt that lie TemeBtfrers. near .the telephone, wlth tSe-ieW® ®!^ that. Polly '. haabecowquite :;pw^.^|p fieient . in _ "telephone : taU^Vvv-juA^^i furnishes ; much aminnawt' ~t» tomerawho bave listen. . Vv,'~. He other day a styliddy4*e*igl,".. youngwom&n came roghl^glatoi^^fA® eljop" and asked permissionto"««e the 'phone. The man Of eSH" to"'the - rear, and' ^e' - that direction.'" The' dark, and when ahehaart m!w>Sm8^>* apparently talking into the receiver,, she seated Kersell to wait. . , -"Halloaj Ceatratbijlkn,' 1ii&1Mb:£;'J yes, give me ^ toor-double-eight. . f»." -itfilloa ; whi> is, that ? -Oh, what ? yes ; ''halloa, I" didn'...

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Electric Lighting for Quorn [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

Electric Lighting for Quoin The voting in connection with Jttae electric- light ache me took place on Saturday last. .The voting was fairly brisk and 431 votes were recorded out of a max imum 649. t At 8 p.m. the. returning officer (Mr. W. R. Thompson) declared the result of the ppii and said he allowed Mr. Aveling to sit in office all day and thus sea that everything was clear in regard to the returning' officer. * The fol lowing are the results as. an nounced: YES .294 NO 137 MAJOBITy FOB YES 157 Lifi'i Little T1ub|>.-If you were able to live just?'right all.the time,; there would be little need tor medi cine, less need for doctors, but some ' little ibing is constantly coming: along ' to put us oat of balancfe, such as expo sure, change" -of diet or drinking water, irregular meals. 7 Nothing par ticular the matter with us, but we do not feel good. At such times the wise among.us will take a few doses of/ Chamberlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us right,...

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BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

BLACK ROCK. The bachelor girls of Black Rock and district are giving a Leap Year Dance on Wednesday evening, April 14, in the local hall. Anyone seeking a pleasant outing will find it right there. Gentle men free, and ladies admitted for one shilling. Please keep this date free. Good music and plenty of fan. Funds in aid of local hall. Quite a number ®f local people hale gone to the city to spend easter holi days. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. KuerSchner, Mrs. Tierney, and Mrs. T. D. Naismith. We trust our friends will return quite rejuvenated from^their stay away from the dry, dusty north. Mr. A. O'Gor msn is spending easter holidays at Port Pirie. Miss- Muriel Naismith is spend ing the week at her home, "Avon Moor." The Misses ,Fyfe, of Hamley Bridge, ere the guests of Mrs. S, Cozens, "Pine Grove." Black Rock, for the holidays. Messrs. A. Williams and W. Harflert made a brief stay in Black Rocjc whilst motoring to Yongala on Saturday last. Farewell socials ire rather frequent at Black Rock. ...

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WILLOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

WILLOW1E. April 3-On Wednesday evening a concert party ffom. Wilmington provi ded a full bill of fare in tile local Agri cultural HalL Under the capable-man agement. and leadership of Mrs. Peake and Mr. Gillespie, the performers acquitted themselves creditably,1 and a most enjoyable time was spent by the: audience. The chief point of interest centred in die fact that the programme was - provided free of charge by tke performers, the whole of the nett pro ceeds going to the funds of the local hall committee: During the interval a vote of-thanks, moved by the Secretary (Mr. F. Hawke), and seconded by Mr. Frank Bui!, was enthusiastically accor ded to the. visitors, Mr. Gillespie suit ably responding. The funds- will -bene fit (including the supper and dance) to the extent of about £12 or a little more.

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DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

DAWSON. The Methodist Church anniversary services were conduced in the Daw-, son Methodist Church , on Sunday, March 28, by Mr. A. it, Ramsey. The church was well filled at both ser vices. On Monday the services were continued by a church social at 8 -o'clock. During the evening the op portunity was taken 10 say good-bye 10 two recpected families in the per sons of Mr. and Mrs. H. Need, who are" leaving for Peterborough, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis and family, who are leaving for the city. The following spoke-in eulogistic terms, of tlie;.de parting families:-Mr. T. Fuller (church trust), E. VV. Smart (dis trict), H. Rofc (circuit), F. Aster (local preachers), S. Smart (Sunday school), Mr: £. H. Need. Mr. Need and Mr. Curtis suitably, responded.

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DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

01STWGT NEWS. . . . 'm EURELIA and gonfl, bringing disappointment to ouoy ae.ieg&rdfi theiojug pti)p heaped^floods4 only a ?ejy, fewjroicfc fell ojj f^ter^aturcli/tDorn ing,'.ucd £Mter 'Monday' d&Waed with "orer casc'isky, molting in » Scotch miikwhicK4>y ii'idoay, hadlefithe world-tahitid a&d'~ai~ appear**!; leavi<>£&KlQno&£:day*for gll tjuKt , oa pie»-nr»,bei»t Mr. tuid $li« W, T Brown and ACn H>f Scott bar#.,Y*i. urawd from their trip. toihe city.Mi^&^u J*Bf uu ia.on^ viait.to her' bomfe. Mi nmg and Sine. . I^y,-jLHaxnUton,&ud C. K&ergtrrtawegoua . lu A^fttttd^for *: diork period* Uifisei Si Page«Ad£ci»da .Pantrd* of <he J2uriftte.ee fie#hment room\ toregoie. to VictorHarbsr foi^tfr^JEtater holiday Mr. J. Lock* who . has alfe&ded tills lnrcoita* HbmeMiniQriary forjtoe.liuit two years, isleaving oh .Wedi»8 dAjneifc; "VT8 nnder&tand Mr.. Loct.'ii going en the land totryfci...

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WHAT UNCLE THINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

WHAT UNCLE THINKS. "Our daily indulgence," said Uncle Silas, "is on an up-grade fr6m All Fools' Day, April 1. Another SO per cent, rise on the pric* of new^.as daily diluted and offered for our mental con sumption-things wise and otherwise, facts and lies, all on advance rates. I suppose there is a good reason for it, but it stems a waste of good paper and intelligence when three rival fac tion? run three daily dilutions iby three separate staffs to humour, instil, insti gate. or endeavour to pander to pride of place. Is the -world any wiser in having a thricefold version of inciden tal occurrences, with all itsvariations? If political parties were without their paper hacks to carry their party id**s there would be lest excitement more comnonsense in ordinary poli tics, and the great majority would be' better served by individual opinions. A weekly paper was a luxury in-our young days, bat "now we have three daily disturbers of the peace, disput ing each other's veracity, aod: creat...

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The [?] Times Friday, 9th April, 19[?]0. DEATH OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

Friday, 9th April. 1930. DEATH OF THE PREMIER. Sad news travels quicklyand on Tuesday residents were shocked to bear of the sudden. death of the Hon. A. H. Peake, premier of S.A., -who will be a, distinct loss to the State. Mr. H. N. Barwell has been called .upon by the Lieut: Gover nor to form a ministry, which he has agreed to do, but it is gener ally admitted that the task is no light one.

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ANOTHER FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

ANOTHER FATALITY. On Thursday, at his place, Hundred, of Pekina, Mr. Magnus M. Irvine, while down, a -well to attend to the pump, was struck by a bucket of water falling on him. The bucket that fell had been filled with water to as sist in letting Mr. Irvine down the well, it coming up as he went down, and when near, the top of the well the wire rope broke-it. had evidently be come rotten by having been down in the water some time-and the bucket fell, hitting Mr. Irvine on the shoulder, and achest. breaking his arm,, and otherwise injuring him seriously. Mr. Irvine had just reached the pwnp stand when he was hit, and fortunately he had been tied in his end of the rope, as a safety in event of foal air. other wise he would have been dashed to the bottom of the well, in which water was 25 ft. high. He was hauled to the top in a crippled condition and taken home, where Dr. Dunstone attended him later on, but he died six hours after the accident. Much sympathy is ldl f«r the bereaved re...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

LOCAL TOPICS. AeoMwit.-While holidaying in tbs city Mr. Hanry Swain had the misfortuns to b* knocked ov»r by a motor oar on Tues day. sustaining injuries to bi> hsad and leg*, his legs being rather ssrsrsly in jured. School Committee.-The following have been elected to the Peterborough School CommitteeMrs. G. Lewis, Re\> Melbourne and De La Rue, Messrs. J. Philp, A. J. Wright, G. Mc Murdo. Mr. H. P. Shakes was ap pointed Chairman. Fstars! Sand Quadrilles.-Tuesday night n«xt, 13th inet., will be the opening short night of ^h* Federal Band dances. The band, after having been «in races* for a few months, recently commenced prac tice again, and will shortly be giving 8unday afternoon recitals. Being rein forced with new players, there has been a call on new instruments, and it is with this object in view tbatthe quadrille* will be held this season. Best of music and the latest danc/s will be special featurei. Day Out at HiUcrest.-On Tuesday last Mr. E. H. Judell was given a novel ...

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PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

PROSPECTS. With variable weather conditions and a tendency to put off the rainfall to a later date, the farmers are feel ing a bit dolorous. Feed is next to nix. and the hay ration for stock is making owners feel a big responsi bility. Unless copious rains soon fall to give the grass, etc., a start before cold winter comes to chili its pros pects, it will be very severe on stock and an expensive job to provide fodder for them- As lambing is in progress it will be a bad tiifie for them and all ewes if green feed does not soon ap pear for their nourishment As far ae the wheat season' is concernd,' there is plenty of time for rain to'fall; tut with the fields so bare as they now are it requires early rain to make things look satisfactory for pastoral needs. Some few people have started pre paratory work, for seeding, and many more will soon be on the job, as hav ing to feed horjses makes, people an xious to put them to work, but it is a dusty, dry experiment so far.

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Wedding Bells. LEICESTER—BADGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

Weddinf Bells. LEICESTER-BADGER. A- very pretty, wedding was celebrated at the Flinders Street Baptist Church, Adelaide, on March 6th, when Mr.. H. L. S. f^ardy) Leicester, (late A.I.F.), only eon of Mr. arid Mrs. R. W. J. Leicester, Rose Terrace, Wayville, wat join ed ' in the bonds of - matrimony with Miss Doris Badger, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Badger, Fife Avenue, Torrens Park (formerly of Peterborough), the celebrant being the Rev. E. R. Ledger, of Mitcham, formerly of Peterborough. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father tct the strains of a march played on the massive pipe organ, looked charming and dainty in a frock of white crepe de-chene, «rith a fish tail train, hemstitched "With pale pink and finished off ^with a heavy silver tassel, Which was suspended from the shoulders; she wore a beauti fully embroidered veil with a wreath of orange blossom and carried an exquisite bouquet, tied with strea'mers of white tulle. The first bridesmaid, Miss...

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SOCIETY BELLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

SOCIETY BELLES. They're floating on a wave Of false pretence, ^it seems. Endeavouring . to save The ashes of their dreams. The dainty little ways Of artfulness they use. Intended to amaze. Serve only to confuse. The empty stylish minds Who don the robes of grace . A strange enjoyment finds To he so out of place. Like kittens Diirfing round In playful, impish joy. With claws in . velvet bound. To worry and annoy. Presumingly they stand Attempting to beguile. Unnatural and grand. A-s emblems of high style. In vanity they strive Important to appeaT, . . With artifice alive To filOife's measure here. Sincerity' unknown. Existence but a sham. Their character is shown In idle epigram. -Augh.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. LAURA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

SPORTING. * THE TURF. LAURA* RACES S^^The annual Easter meeting passed |4^ff-snt^ess4uUy atLauraon 'Monday. SSbe^ weather being Jeriect, and the tendance .very larg^e. ..£5,231 passed. ;i?iKrough the totalizator. Results:-!-^ f " >. 3 ?gi-H'UiTlles-Harvey's "Sejglum (Her ^^/"iGfimwood's -Pvramidic (Ire "and),"HiU'sSt. Cyprian (Fry). Won gvhyrjJlSeilgilis. Invested, £480 15/; ?if&pcleiidlorfl, £111/. j'ljjovkle Handicap.-O'Dea's Bu'cy-. " ""%(Fry),. Caldwell's Dove (Whit-' , j ,Covering's Golden Reef j^(Jjenfcins)^<Jead jjeat. Won by a head. : Invjatedj ^J-iS lO/; dividends-£S 3/, Reef V ?sHying--Kite's Topay- ..(Barclay), )'£rien'-s Bectol (Jenkins), Treloar's sfindmarsh tMillerJ. ^From a flying Topay , Jied^-al! jway andivon by 2 Sj3engths^ Invested, £778 15/; divi v'-- '. v- - ' r Jfc-SSTrials - Vanghton's Undulation E#':^feiW^^e)>"^^veri^yv:<Jolden Reef ?T Williams'- .' Wittagoona v'J(H^pat2); '^SVoh on cost, ialflength "r between-second and th...

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BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. I BELIEVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

BOOLEgG© COLUMN. <By "Augh.") I BELIEVE. The plant must have its roots unseen To flourish in expanding might. And rai*e aloft Its leafy 6been. Absorbing rays of-htaven's light. And so with man, sub-cpnsciouft thought, A spirit of Omniscient will, With.vitfil force divandy- wrought, Cr»ativ« knowledge should instil. The <lime of earth God-animate, The woric of a Creator"** hands,' The body live# soul-incarnate. And subject to divine commands. The -soul must live-4t cannot die; The body holds its transit here, IVfcere acids of the worJd apply To test its worth for Heavexfe 6pbere. Who dares to say there is no God In atheistic calumny? - The rights of heaven -would defraud? To conjure soul-less misery. A conscience dwells deep-plaiited in The --oil oi Nature God has sown, Etcrral amity to win. Or, rebel. Kke, its God disown.' Mortality, life** pilgrimage. Is given by Omnipotence, To gain immortal heritage. The gift of Ged'fi beneficence. From Heaven's throne warm ...

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JOHNBOROUGH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

\ JOHNEltmGB-RACES. Jolwfltargii, I3«s -wereheld on . MarcH'; 24jii Mr.'Jtdmbsch's paddock ^T S>% ^joining: ^ie townslijp. There was a ' * ' . ; ic®^oa attendance. and the, racing was exceliiiit. viMr. ? W:- Gillard .'acted as. '. .results.' TheHan i;; canflidatesi?ave him some tron ?pg^^«i;i®riiu|a^Jb'eiiig left ? Mr..J. Read ' /Tapscott 'and _ j'SSia^jp-s.-jolnt^ea-etaries.ltesults: Trials^-Mr; A_ - Wallace's , Seladine Kg.: <J£ Wallace),- !; <Mr. HombschV Myr 7 :d^ rC^'- t-uke:), 2;!'Mr.'G.~ Teague"s, Elec >^ipbns {Wilson ), 3. ' ? v T?-- ? . .' : . : " '-Handicap.-Mr.. A. Wilson's _ 5^;;^msii<e"i<-Wilson), 1; Mr. Al.AVal ^, '*~ ;!lace!s ;Fleetham <H. Wallace), 2; Mr. ";^j.Honibsch*5' Myrtle. (-T. J-uke),'l3.. "t:-;5 ,r , Johoburg Handicap.-Mr! A. Wal StlMirC:'ac«"s ^al'cta:"'^Wailace), 'j; Mr. £;'A. ljSf.5" ' WickeiPs -Eighteep Pounder (Wil Bonisa.fe jelt'atitaepost and .? * tookiio partinAhe race". TCalinta won ?-,v V...

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CHAPTER XX. EDRIE ACCEPTS A POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

CHAJPTEE XX: - EnBlel ACCEPTS A POfelTTOK. ' - Professor Virgona - did not present himself atMr.Graham's until Thurs day pvienijlg, *^ien E(irie,a patience was ..wdhoigh exhausted, ami she hadbfgun to:fear he-had forgotten ier,.. depressed, i miiment 3ie ifentered. -fn his breezy<®i$ay.!s her'spirits rose 'again, .for it was job inspiration -Just to look into hfe genial." animated lace- . "I ! have? something good-- some thing very good ' toi'teli you," he Said, spfi.lv-. . pattingln a iatherlv 5Pay. tSe^lfiind Ahat vsJje gave him, t "St ^gufe^r.as ;it jeyery£hing - that comes to m is JBT goo&j" Edrie answered, smiling, but "with starting tears. "» »^s «>.. ??; - \ " ?-. "VThf ^rot?" -the-professor asked, ' adding., _in.a^entle,reverent tone, ahdiHe rules. - But we must have; no tears sow," he added, as ^glistpniag drops roll ed down JDdne's cheats; "we most have btisfiitefes. It I3 to-day March (the 30th ; !tm May the 80th I and my gotjd iWHt ^Oj tb Europe-to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

9 Valuator. P to prepare and certify rMortgages, Leases, and all Documents foir the purposes of /"TheReal Property Act." RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills Prepared. MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. " . " . Opposite Railway Station, Late A.I.Fr, * ; - I?"" .'...'£~ (Successor *to. M. 'B» RYAN), :.i, . ...AUCTIONEER, " House, Land, and General Commission Agent, QUORN. /VALUATIONS AND SALES CONDUCTED in AN* PART or ^ , DISTRICT. ^ r" , f - ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED, f TRANSFERS, MORTGAGES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX . RETURNS PREPARED. .Address: Box St.* 'M I ©ay' after Siayi . the trained chemists of the 7*UNITEirPAINT'EACXORY. are scientifically " searchirig ,to effept an improvement, no matter how ' -I slight, .in the formula' Tor the manufacture of \«IGH GRADE PREPARED ''Australia's Property Proicctor'' " So near-is "UNITED" Paint to the point of perfection now,.that it seems humanly impossible to make this paint .better, but if ...

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