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

.MR£, marine; ACCIDENT. #nW»»M Coi pany, Ltt A purely . Austral *«iau . Company, authorised capital, £3,«00,t)00.' | ? ~£ver description ;-of Property, lur STACKS *nd GROW-; glKG CROP£,:«iiurtd at Lowest l«Vtfc«ir workmen, 'Lowest Lowest ? Ptrltct security. " Prompt Settlement*. S.A-BrMch-Grenfell S tract. A. II. A1HWIN, Manager : Agent *t Peterborough R-HEITMERSAY. recoouDtaditf id ,or ' *«* *.*!*. ** potkibU and thus «eaaon**; ahortage. ' Writ* -' jwJjBotatfoM for Binder «ad LTD, - flA|K.!»G BUILDMOS. . ??? Hackett. : .: tiiiiri-gn: . ..'. rHf jLUDIHO StEOUQtN ffi^sf^psg^ggak#: .imihwh . 'Jftwifrr 8«eda and l'i^?2!ay Se^?*<! v«*«tahi* ; "vnt Jlow«ra.Wr.»tbs, Posies. - 'c,: But, " " ' _ F*rna.Pot Planta^l l^lsa if- ."& 'I»i& SS5K^c|% - Ap|>if lo - ?*. SHACKLEF6RD. Agent. P«tcr v ? ?.-:-.'. ? . feorrach. ? ;? Onto*#.' ' * T_ QROSE. Mwateti'jllia^e INSURE YOUR LIVE STOCK W', linciuding Foalinglrfares) '..' " ' - V ' ?'? ?withth* "-'r .-. m,M T- AJSD A.RD...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass, S and 11, Petersburg; 8.30, Yongala, and , 10.30 Dawson. ~ Usual evening devotions at' 7. Petersburg. lf*thoditt-U a.m. and 7 p.m.,? Re*. A H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev. H. A. Dc La Rue. .

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

MARRIAGE. . . L£ICE8T£K-^BA06EB.-On 4farch_ Cth* 1920, at Flinders Street Baptist' Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. E. it. Ledger, 0.L. S. Leicester (late A.I.F.), only eon of Mr. and Mrs. B. VV*. J. Leices ter, Waj-^ille, toDoria, eldest daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. H: j. Badger, Torrens Park. At Homs, Victoria Street, Peter borough, May 12tU and 13th.

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—COPYRIGHT— EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART NINETEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

; OOWOWCHXKW By &rn- ;<ipon^ife Sheldon. Aiithbr of -That DoWdy of a Oiri,** tc.,&c. ; FABT NIKBTBEN. "Well, Boy dear, you iiave the"-gift - like Go on and tor another ba!f bour be kept her eitemgi VYepfetiirifes criticising h»r T^haijjlj". jSamelifeyi; nodding hia heed .Wjiiisja; eatlsffcd grunt,; -when .she con q«CT-eai»iiSSeKpec«J}y difficult passage, and -evidently becoming "more . in ter^twi - ins lierr.iwith-«very momeait. . Whan he - at la^released her, saj f -lelt ? as jf she .should sever be timid about > sJfifefii^Sbdkire any- ?one" again-that «he should-ro* ible tb faie. tBe most -ritical «»fti<^ce«tfcer,that.. Sh&had n^(^=j|p^saed ..Bnch; 'a trying; ordeal b^DK-'i wad, - though-sbe was ,glad irl^\JBhie was - proud - . arftf ^^R"jjfer^Sr -4I|u»m, aid the impressio^ she had made. "^o&ifeyfe'-ikcd W training - you have inarch- training yet to - make JAa .finishod-ari iste." the.raas ter^said. as he folded -hiB music; ...

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

SftffGpft'O. Thi i)Jriyilians' Club (whicii. seem *d to bp an institution that might raise its head) has been nipped in the -bud-squashed as it were. 1-ast week a ?well known personage was admitted to the hospital, but he didn't prove to be "violets." The hospital committee are a generally handy lot of men, especially the president and secretary. The job wasn't one for the nurses, so several of the .commit tee got on the job. and, with the as sistance of a digger who wielded the brush, a half a ton of common soap and a good slice of the reservoir, the job was accomplished in good style: a haircut finished the job, and the nurses then took' over. All the naughty words had been used up. but while it lasted it blistered the paint in the institution.

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

PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. Fortnightly meeting held Monday, Marcji 29.. Present all, except the chairman. -Board of ? Health. Dr. Clarke reported that 4 children were suffering from scarlet fever and two from measles. Letter received from the Director of Education with reference to sanitary matters at the public school: Secretary to ascertain whether the Education Department , will defray the cost m connection- with open- ' ing' catch pits. -Town Council. . Apology received for the absence of the Mayor. Cr. Phillips was appointed chairman. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Engineer" s . .re port for previous fortnight received. Resolved that the Federal Band be charged a flat rate of £2 2/ per annum for electric current, and the Council donate £1 1/ to winds the hand funds. Engineer and clerk to <lra»- un specifications for sinking holes for electric light poles and ten ders be called for the work. Resolved that F. Sharley be allowed 10/ per day while employed bv...

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

YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Special meeting held 26th March. Present:-Crs. P. J. Kerin (chair), R. A. Cram, it Torr, P. J. O'Reilly, Jas. Jamieson, and~District Clerk. The Clerk apologised for absence of Cr. Robinson. Minute of previous meet ing read and confirmed. . The .Chairman reported "hit ac count of his not bera^ able to attend council on the-Saturday, hie had.called -a special meeting for' that day (Fri day). "The clerk -reported, receipts since previous, -meeting as 1210 19/6. . Pay sheets were read-and passed, for pay ment as follows:-District fund, £64 lfe/9; Government , grant ^account. £120 10/; V.P.F. account, £6 14/4; total, £194 1/1. . Tenders accepted:-Contract 321, d.v/., H. Robins. £34; 292, m.r., P. Crowley. £40 12/8. Cr. Robinson, as delegate, for warded- his report >f work done at association 'meeting, and'a vote of thanks was accorded Cr. Rofiinson foi . his report. The clerk was- also in structed to write expressing council's sympathy with Cr._ Robinson in t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [We are always glad to air public grievances, though personal and private matters must necessarily be debaired 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. "IS IT PERSECUTION?" [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

CORRESPONDENCE. (To' the Editor.) |We are alwrayi flad ^io air public frier* ances, though personal ^and private matter* mutt necMurit)' be dcUtrcd. and public quo ttons in relation to thcswelfare of the town will find special acceptance ic our column*. We do not, however, endorse the opinions of correspondent* because we publish their corn menu, and in all casei the correct nunc and addreaa of tbe writer. must accoapao/ each, letter, bat is not necessarily (or publication. "IS IT PERSECUTION r Sir-In the "Register**" issue of April 2nd, D. Wald has . few questions to ask, snd as I notice he hasidragged my name into bis letter, 1 beg apaoa wherein to satisfy his hungry soufc He states that Cr. Dickson has been unjustly blamed as the author of, a motion that was unani mously supported by tile whole Council, and seeks to throw the onus' upon me. Whilst, unfortunately^ ? funds are rather low, yet 1 am prepare)] to donate £50 to the Peterborough Hospital funds if D Wald or any of the ot...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF PORT GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF PORT GERMSIN. Meeting held March 27. 1980. Pre sent. all but Cr. Mahood. Minutes of previous meeting'read and confirmed. Mr. S. G. Jefferey waited on the council re the payment for his team working the grader-matter left with overseer lo arrange. Correspondence-From L. Govt. Dept. asking why more district funds were not spent on main roads-clerk to reply. From same, that somt dis trict councils were not enforcing the Noxious Weeds Acts-clerk to reply, that this council was doing its duty. From same, asking dates of council meetings re the closing of roads in Waite's Estate-clerk to reply. Clerk to procure dog and cattlc discs for coming year. From Registrar Com monwealth Government .Inscribed Stock, forwarding Peace Loan Honor Tablet-clerk to have tablet erected in a suitable position. From the poundkeeper, Wilmington, resigning his position-matter to stand over un til next meeting; poundkeepers to be paid £5 per annum. From Homburg, Melrose and Homburg, that auc...

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

FOOTBALL. At ii meeting on Wednesday night it was decided to 'form a club to be called tbeBurg*. Th« hulk of the player* and supporters comes front the younger foot ball enthusiasts, and they are confident of putting » strong team in the N.E. Asso ciation. A meeting will be held next Tuesday night in the Town Hall with the Tjew of electing officers. Intending mem ben and supporters are invited to attend.

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

MORCHARD SPORTS. '.Nominations-(or'the sports, to i>e held to-morrow, are heavy, and in con versation Tsith the secretaries, we find 'iwijthing in good orderfor a big '" jlpy..' The two principal events; com prise *a record lot ot entries,and the fiandicapper/ Mr. ? Lance Kaynes, has jSished.' out some good, marks. Wic kens, Moody, and Kinff are Ihe three scratch men in the Sheffield handicap, orS- tlje two-yeard mark. King is, wt iiear, in not loo-good a condition. Wic kehs may have pulled the stake oS but for a weakness lor cigars, we think, will interfere with his wind. .Moody is unreliable,' but should he "get a good lead, at theiome tarn , he . may "win, providing Clancy, ? Kupke, andSymes give him 2. fair go. The 440 yards seems to be a sweet thing for G. W.. Gregory, if he can. stay the distance, and .failing him, we. like Kupke for the double event, not losing sightof H. Brown, who will be sure to come to light with a good turn of pace. .The held seems difficult to .pick,...

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WYNFLETE. Farewell to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brook. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 April 1920

WYNFLETE. Farewell.to Mr. and Mc& .W.C.. Brook.* . A public farewell sod%l was tendered Mr., and Mrs. W. C. Brook onTues day'Tast, to give friends the ojJfc>ort.inity of saying: farewell to two of the old est and most highly respected residents of the. district. Mr. W. HaTris presided and in opening, referred in eloquent terms to the splendid' qualities of- the guests, their worth in the Wynflete" area as citizens; when looking back upon the .district's path of progress they, realized the value of such citizens, and in looking into the future they, recog «nized that Wynflete was parting with two citizens that they would find it diffi cult to replace. (Applause). Mr. P. Macnarnara also refetred.to the guests' departure as a misfortine to the dis trict ; he would much prefer to be -offer ing^ the hand welcome instead of say? ing good-bye; he had known them for very" many years, was proud to know them, and wish eel them every prosper ity in "their new home.' Messrs. M. G. Ha...

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

CRICKET CfiAfTgR (By the Secretary.) No doubt the interest manifested in cricket in the beginning of the season has waned down considerably, and per haps it can. be attributed to the little disputes which have arisen; certainly - the fact remains that few seem inter . tsted enough to inquire the position of the various clubs. The true position ^cannot be decided until the delegates of die Association meet, as the tally will be affected % the number number of points given for " a forfeited match. Some thought that three points should be, jgiven.. for a . forfeit, and evidently this was' wily one team forfeited to another team, and gave awij; five points to another. It seems a pity that the game should be carried on in such un sportsmanlike jnaimer. The ruling of the South Australian Cricket Associa tion is, that for a forfeited match, the team gaining the forfeit can claim the maximum number of points (viz, five in bar. Association). .That would bring the Federals on top. At present ...

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

YONGALA. April 1-Last Monday evening Miss GladysMuttpn was tendered a farewell social'in the Methodist Church by mem bers, .of that denomination. Miss Mut ton had been/organist for 5 years,' and is Jeaving the district. Mr. S. A. Cram (conductor of the choir) spoke in eulo gistic terras, of. Miss Mutton'^ services. The Sjsv: J. Gilding, on behalf of the congregation, presented Miss Mutton with - a roll of£l notes. Qa . Tuesday evening a rery large crowd pSeopJe attended thfe 'Town Hall; to bitf farewell to Mr. and Mrs. P: J. Korin arid Miks Mutton, who" are-, leaving the district. Mr. F. Laycodr presided:' Mr. Kerinhas beenchatrinan . of the . Yongala Distnct CoftnciJ for many, yeare,. and has identified himself in every movement in connection with the town. Miss M'Utton will be missed injmp$5ii^:.:ctrcfes, she having rendered considerable assistance with ' local con certs. During the erening several musi cal itemi : were rendered. Speeches were.delivered by -Councillors J. Jamie so...

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

AN ANTISEPTIC LINIMENT. Apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm to a cut, bruise or burn. It will allay the pairi immediately, and cause the injury to. heal in half the time usually required. ; It is. antiseptic, and pre vents; any danger of hlood poisoning. S9M by all storekeepers. ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. Ever have any irritation of the skin?' There are many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure: Eczema, just as bad and just as hard to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it, cures every irrita ting skin trouble. No irritation of the skin can resist the soothing, healing in fluence. Every reader of this articlc suffers, or has at some time suffered, with tormenting skin irritation, and it may return at any time. Can any rea der doubt the following: Mrs. H. Hailes, Main Street, Peter borough, says : "My daughter was trou bled with a nasty rash 011 the fac<\ I tried all sorts of remedies in lhe hope of finding a -cure, but I could see no improvement: in fact, the rash seemed to be spr...

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

There's Nothing Like Biinrated Magnesia to ReKeye Indigestion. Prove it yourself to your own satisfac tion, Just eat ahearty,meal of the good things whieh customarily disagree with yop. Thet» take a little Bisurated Mag iif^aa, endnote, the- entire abscence of the "«"fl pain-and discomfort. That is be cause-aridity simply cannot live in the .afne «tpmeeh with Bisurated Magnesia, and it is'acidity. which gives rise to, indi-' Section, flatulence, wind, heartburn, dys pepsia, and leads even to deeper seated and more serious troubles. Bisurated' Magnesia therefore, by neutralising the aaid, removes the cause, and the 111 effeots promptly.- disappear. So it is totally unnecessary for you to suffer any longer from any of the many distressing and previous ills-which are directly due to acid ferments. Go today to your chemist, and get a bottle of Bisurated Magnesia. Take half a teaspoonful in a little warm water immediately after eating or whenever pain is felt, and very soon, you will be ...

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CHAPTER XXII. EDRIE MAKES A NEW ACQUAINTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

CHAPTER XXII. EDRIE MAKES A NEW AC QUAINTANCE. The Pavonia had & delightful pas sage. The weather was perfect, the winds favourable, and the .sea un usual Jy quiet and smooth all the way over. Very few of the passengers were sick ; there was a remarkably congenial company on board, a num ber of young- people beings among the passengers, and mirth and jollity reigned supreme. The days were of course spent on deck, where the smiling sky, the glittering sea,. the joyous faces and merry voices were Jike a lovely poem to Edrie, who, well wrapped up in shawls and rugs, lay hack in JUT steamer-chair and watched what was going on about her with a sense oi restful enjoyment such as she had never before known. "X am very idle-I am very lazy." she said one day to the professor, with a deprecating smile, wiien he came upon her sitting with folded hands and iu a dreamy mood. ''Idleness is good on the sea," lie replied; "it is no good to work either with the brain or the body. The energy,...

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

' . COPSBIGaT,-^ v, * oooooooooooooooooo^^W :? plE'S LEGAGy j - ". ;.0OO0P©OO<K>O<>0<><X>OCK><KK> - OeoiSM Shetdon/ AuUior of ; «SbM Sowdy of a Clii." '*«? . PART-TWENTY "It li jow love, toy darling, that 3 x^ve.^-MV'alter rieW went oil, his vagce^growing mora tremulous wiih stip]M<«&^~4eeling-,'"your 'dear heart Would win; ,aad milLfc --w nearly _«ns^^^tHhe thought^of -your ap :? X could 210L l.-t 'youj^»withbut telling you this, and «mking>^you to, give me some hope l J jdairii^you" . when . you come back-that youwlllbe my wife. Xookug, 'Edrie, andlet me read in your dear eyes the love _ for which r jyeam'i -speak/ and till me that I havenot:sued iu vain." full minute -Jiere ?was iiot a sound in: the'room, save that tii the . ' tlrjiilip y -the tall, ? old-fashioned j - clock dn the corner. The young girl -.: atoodbelore her eagerlover.abashed, - confused, sshrmking", . while he "j^a7ed ...

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"OUR ORROROO LETTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

"OUR ORROROO LETTER." (By B.A.C.) With the threatened increased in the price of beer still dancing before us with insistent reminders, comes a greater catastrophe than ever. Last week we heard the gauge at the Res ervoir read 24 feet. It sounded good, but this week we learn that 20 feet of the supposed moisture is mud--just plain mud. Rumored on Saturday that the blockers, *in view of a water fam ine; were advancing armed with various tools on the said mud, but the comma nique has not since been confirmed. Still, there's a problem coming up be fore someone! . ..#... Anzac Day. April 25. is gazetted as a Public Holiday, but will this year be celebrated on Monday, the 26th. A football match will be played in Orro roo during the afternoon, and a uni ted service follows in the Institute in the evening. Takings for the day go to swell the Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Fund. The digger seems To be non est nowa days as far as uniform is concerned, but it takes a wet day to bring to light all t...

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TIN-KETTLING PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

TIN-KETTLING PAST AND PRESENT. Dear Sir-The style and custom of tin-kettling, which we ourselves and our forefathers carried out in days gone by, when ghosts and fairy tales were told, has not been forgotten^ fav our rising- generation. Well, it was on the evening of Tuesday. April 6, when Jack and Stan, from Morchard; Tux toji, from Poverty Corner; Rov, Earn, jock. Dick, and Art. on the Heigh road to Walloway; Rick Mai Samnel. St. Vincent, and Sidney, from the Model Farm-you know, thirteen ?ll told, visited Mr. and Mrs. M-ark EZlcry, of Suntiybray. to give them a cheer-up in their new home. loaded with tins, cans, saucepans, billycans. well buckets, mouth organs, tin whistles, mandolins. Jews harp, ac cordeon. fiddle. kettle-drum, not for getting Rov, firsi cornet. Jack Daw. second cornet. Samuel had a lovely piccolo. Mai being the bandmaster and conductor got very flat some times on her Jew*? harp. The even ing was getting very dull, when up jumped Ear Vice, and gave a recital "Th...

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