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Morchard. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

Morchard. A very exciting tennis matcli was played on the Morchard courts on Saturday last, between Willowie and Morchard." The visitors came with every - intention of being victorious, but right from the start their courage failed, and by . the time the «un had set they were' quite convinced that the Morchards could play much ^bet ter than they thought. Afternoon tea was provided by the Morchard ladies., and vihe hope they all enjoyed the. afternbon, even if the Willowies were so unfortunate in-the play.'. We hope to mett them again at some future date. Scores (Willowie first " men tioned) JSents doubles: I. afld" M. l Foulis lost to Cook aVid Zanker, -6-l; Hawke and Blight lost to J. Dawson and . Pi Twigden, 6-4; Richards and McCalluon lost to D.'McKcnzie and C. Schutz, 6-1. Gents singles: Foulis bfcat Cook,: ?-5; Poulis lost to Zan ker,!®-3; ;Hawke lost to Twigden, 6 -2;^ Blight" lost^ to J. Dawson,' 6-3; Richards_ lost "to D. MciCenzit, 6-=0; iictallum lost to Schute, 6-3.j Ladi...

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Eurelia [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

£uretia The weather has been most favour able for all parties concerned, seeding' and working the land being the occu pation of farmers from early morn to late. Then the mushroom seekers are most pleased as they feel better look ing for this most .desirable edible ili the warm sunshine than when having to carry an umbr«lla. Holiday makers feel more pleased not needing an ex tra overcoat. Mr. J. J. Hamilton, our genial por ter, has taken his annual holidays. Mr. D. Holland has returned to the city. Quite an excitement was caused in this place when the news came along that Messrs. W, H. Bruce & Co. were having a drapery sale. Thore was a good display of most of the different tines in drapery, and bidding was fairly brisk in some lines. We think Messrs. Bruce left this place well satisfied. A plain proof that some persons are born under a lucky star was witnessed here last week^ A young farmer was taking a cultivator from one. paddock to another; the horses of the team were div...

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TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

TATTLE. : \ (By ^Th^ Maa oa the Wire^} ^f^Bptwr xg onlyya. yojiogftter. tat .was tao. gentlemantooVpne or tWo jood t Terowie. .. . toptping oj . '*^fe^M3'Tienowie*s ptta are'it -a disad Jwb^)ife'iiiie^ai'*dl #ts^f " ~ J_1 *'*""'"':?".?»;. .... . ..%..'.; jbest. ,- .*- " i ' j-sjsteni

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SAINT ANACLETUS V. TEROW[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

SAINT AXAGLETUS- V- TEROttl E.* , " A good crowd was present .xo willies the ?saac- between Saints and Terowie. vn -die .grounds of the former, on Saturday la. i. -The ..sun 'shone out well, but- was not tcj_« warm - on account of a fresh breeze, wbula ±»lew -iiomthe north-east. It could'be . &coi that" .play was" influenced by -the breeze, since ' . the eastern wing was well .adhered to t>y the ' players and the ball. ~ ' ^ .... x -The Match,- . . Saints, who were kicking against the wind, ^rushed the .ball towards their end,. \.ith the ^result that. the! first shot of 'the day r*-^istewed -a! minor. Terowie rallied' towards tin_ir end, where ^.Hawke, marked4 and. /sent-ion, bur. Fog rIhiarty J-Was .in "the. way, aiidqpickly 1 amoved -- the leather from the danger zonfe. 1 ise play then travelled towards die Saints' end, where 'they registered .their, .first goal.' '1 crowie's ruck got well off the mark and sent u» Chap- _ \Iin, who raised only- one flag. Fioin the - kic...

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N.E.F.A. V. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

N.E.F.A. v. CITY. By "Onlooker." A combined team from the N.E.F.A. (Peterborough) played West Ade- " laide, Norwood, and North Adelaide combined team on south parklands . on Tuesday last, 4 the holiday. The . Peterborough team journeyed to the city by the morning express, with -Mr. E. W. Brandt'as manager. W. Adams was elected captain. The play in tne first quarter was~ decidedly iri ? favour of the city team; with the wind in their ..direction they piled up 20 points. The ? -North Easterners began to feel more ;at home in the second ' quarter and replied by putting up 14 points. The third quarter showed the scores: City 47 points, Country- 21 "?points. The! last quarter was a real . good contest, the wind had gone down and the North" Easterners easily held their own by scoring 14 points. to 7. Mr. Pearson had charge of the game and gave a very, fair exhibition. When one witnesses football in' the country, where.''rough play, holding of the ball and incorrect passing is' the umpire'...

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YONGALA V. UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 June 1919

YONG^JLA v UMIED The--above match was - 'played'xm' ) the Yoiigafa ;oral -on; Saturday, May . -i *31; riU*npire~Crit^ley .the game, and gave igeiieral sattsfac " tion. S: \iGa£j:; ttci^^ijSd^-slSipper^ : won the -toss_.and look, advantage of the ?^n«^~whichwas blp wirigjn6dfer , ately .-tpwar4s ;»4he south-east: ' The game opened With several frefes. to Yongala, butplay fof,awhile hovered ?r- near the-centre.';. Eventually Oliver, securing, a free at a good position, sent nip .a good goal for the'home - side. Yongala, " notwithstanding a ?,'stmpg breeze . against, them, were 'having-the better of* the. game, and ? ^ ^egaw' sent upone^.fl^ . "turn.- hpwever, soon came, and a free to - Dunning enabled that player to score a major for the visitors. Short : ly after the bounce Gay, who was playing well, -passed to Dunning, and' this player /again caused two flags .?to be waved.- Uniteds Weire going well and Dunnihg, securing "a. free, sent up his third goal Yongala now hadthe better of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

Mr. W. Mitchell 43 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide, write* of CLEMENTS TONIC CLEMENTS TONIC Ld. " Your medicine which possesses such health restor ing virtues deserves to be brought more under the notice of the people who . suffer from nervous disorders - or indigestion. "I wish I could find words. to express my opinion of this sterling medicine, for 1 have proved that Clements Tonic is exceptionally good, it . makes one fresh and light hearted to perform their everyday duties. " 1 would not be without your medicine for the reason thatit prevents me from being., .dieted with headache and neuralgia to which i have been liable. " Besides, I have a sister who took your medicine for her nerves-you should just hear her pxaite it. Use this as you wi»h." (Signed) Mrs. W. Mitchell Thl» hi Mtw «I1 l»ai«i read, because it whm the* mt tfce value of good-health ud telli Una mt the brmmrnt Otmy -cam jreeehw irom. (Ms »ydtctne. They «ho«iId Mud l» tkt Cfeeaal«t«r, Store for it aai Mad ' , wtaknM...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

Written especially for The Peters burg Times" by S.-MaJ«r B. A. Clarke. CHAPTER 19. We suffered severe losses on May 29, especially in our corner. Earlier in these notes I referred to three 'donkeys who played an important part in Red Cross' work round the lines, and it was during these May days thab-one could see them often heads together-enjoying 40 winks while shrapnel passed them by as it they possessed charmed lives. came a day when one disappeared, probably killed, and the other two carried on with the Red Cross Bands across forehead and round the neck. How often we looked outward across olive grove to the Heights of A.chi Baba where the British and French were hammering away in an endeavor to get through and link up with our army, but the place seemed impreg nable. The Hill was -one vast fortress, built by the early Venetians and many of the cement emplace ments were 40 ft. thick. We heard early in June of the 1,000^ Welsh miners who had been tunneling, but even that rumor di...

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

- -XV;" ;>>The - alarming Bound that came riimbttng through the passages of the r./ne juBt when -PuBlikin and his com panions felt most confident of escapfe .them into^ ,«ometblng Iike r a jjpamc. They did iiot' know what .'.it meant, nor did they stop to find out. Pushkin crawled through the gap. arid the others hastily-followed. They found themselves . .in a broad avenue that stretched away indefi itely to right and left.-' The lantern . chone on the. hard floor, and on the damp, slimy roof and sides. "Come on, comrades," cried Tro lov ; "there is no i;meto lose,." Ha advanced into the darkness, and Alexis took several steps after him. "Stop" thundered Pushkin. "Uo you want to. spoil all ? Unless -e cover our tracks Lehind us we ate \surely lost." i The peremptory words brou^iit Alexis to a Stop. Trolov c-amt ioipjL-. tieutly back. . : "Be quick, then," he growled. "T'ie Cossacks are after ns. They have dis covered cur escape." '^"Not so," replied Pushkin. "I ki.'n what the ...

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The Times FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1919. Loca&ud General New* S. Peter's Churc^j -- On Sunday' next the services will be as follows: 11. Sung Eucharist; 7, Evensong; 8, Holy Communion, Yongala. A Welcome Home will be given to several of our returned boys in th# town hall to-night. Everybody wel come. t Heavj Atuir^u W«o! Flannel, 2/3 yard, at Debbie's Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatchard, of-Peter borough. have been officially notified that their son, Private A. E. Hatch ard, will arrive home by the trans port ''China:'-' GRAND' EUCHRE TOURNAMENT AND DANCE, \ CATHOLIC SCHOOL, V MONDAY NIGHT (16th). \ , ^ri "pood Prizes. Good-Music. Supper. New Bandmaster.-At a meeting- of the Federal ,Band on Sunday morning last the resignation of Mr. L. Gluyas as bandmaster was accepted and Mr. . Jlerh.1 Brauer was appointed in ? his stead. J ?????, .. N.E.J.C. - At a meeting of the jockey club last week the president reported that nothing- could be done for about a week re special trains for race da^dnaccount of coal s...

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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

jBy.. WILLIAM MURRAY GRAY3JON,* v SiuuBaiin," "The f j -.Itoase .. ' : wl i.' IpART-1 Ji'. "I can tell you nothiog further." he eaid. "Indeed;'the subject - must not be referred to again, and , it is iiiy duty to warn you that you will 3be severely punished if you attempt to gaiu information from any source ^whatever. Remember that youtfnture Sepends entirely on your own .ac tions. For the present _you are in disgrace." I Vassity received the ord«*s in the spirit in which they were < given. He «Lid not dream of disobedience. With an outward cheerfulness that conceal fd an aching heart, he performed his, duties. Through Juae^ July, and Au gust he remained in the vicinity of Vladivostok, assisting in the plans for the construction of the great Trans-Siberian railway. v In September came as> unexpected r&ark of favour. He was ordered to proceed to Irkutsk with important des patches. He naturally believed that this would be the first step to his re call, for Irkuts...

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PETERBOROUGH FLOODS. Help Wanted for Sufferers. More Promises Repudiated. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

PETERBOROUGH FLOODS. Help Wanted for Sufferers. More Promises Repudiated. The Hon. W. Morrow, M.L.C., and the members for Burra (Messrs. Bux ton, Jenkins, and O'Halloran) waited on the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. G. Ritchie) on Saturday morning, and asked that the Govern ment should subsidize pound for 2>ound the local subscription at Pet erborough raised to help those who had suffered loss on account of the floods in February last. It was point ed out that many had suffered greatly, and that a previous deputation which had ^waited on the Commisioner of Public Works was led to believe that the Government would assist in this direction. Since then, however, they had received an intimation that the /government could not assist. They asked the Government to reconsider their deciSSbn, The Commissioner, in reply, said that he was not in the Ministry when the' matter was .previously brought before Cabinet, and therefore had no knowledge of the circumstances <>t the...

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ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on May 31. Present: Cr. Toop (chairman), Crs. Robertson. Haynes, Nevlon, Mc Namara, Orrock, Redden, Smith, Copley, Keats. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Re leased road. Erskine. Mr. G. R. Wil . liams to be charged for same. Ap plications received from the following persons for their names to be placed upon the assessment bpok. F. G. Ellis, lot 2 C, Orroroo: U. A. Gale, Lot 90, Orroroo: A. M. Gale, Lot 16:! Orroroo: G. A. 13. Peach. Lots 114 and 115, Orroroo: E. C. King, Sec. 2. Coo mooroo: Jas. Orrock, closed road west of 276, Pekina: E. C. King. Lot 209. Hd. of Pekina: D. D. Moloney. 287, Hd. of Pekina; J. S. Pearce. 28S, Hd. Pekina: H. \Y. Xoske. 290w. Hd. Pekina: O. L. Noske, 291. Hd. Pekina: J. Carey, 25<> Hd. Pekina: M. Mark ham, 91, Hd. Erskine. Approved. Correspondence.-Application from H. A. Toop to purchase tree guards. Resolved that Mr. Toop be advised that they art not for sale. From B. L. Kain,...

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PEACE CELEBRATIONS AT PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

PEACE CELEBRATIONS AT * PETERBOROUGH. The Peace Celebrations Committee have met and drawn, outa programme for the Monday. There is to be a great procession through Main Street, led by the military, with Lieut. G. Noden as marshal and Cr. F. Dodd - as his assistant. A sub-committee has also been appointed to take charge of the civilian procession. A special display by the school children, with tableaux representing the Allied - na tions and peace and victory. The town council has arranged for a special elec tric light display in the Main Street; also a triumphal arch across the street. This will also represent peace and victory. Bunting in abundance will be provided. The business people ar« to be invited to co-operate in the de corating of their premises. The Fede ral Band will enliven the proceedings with patriotic airs. During the after noon sports will be provided for the children, and it is expected that the peace medals will be distributed. Each child will also receive a bag of ...

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Eurelia [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

Eurelia - When the brain is in a' whirl, the pen will fail. This is almost the case with 3'our correspondent .this week, owing- to the most awful weather-ex- . perienced in these parts . for ages. _i;For two days the wind has been blow ing at the rate of eighty miles an hour, driving everything before . it, the dust penetrating into the smallest cracks, annoying the tidyf-hpusewife, and provoking people ingeneral. It , is to be hoped the cleric of fcfieVveather will take ^ity. on all concerned, and favour us with a good "dowAlpour; ' The long-looked-for fooiballmatch is over. at. last. and is now'-"discussed -by old and young^ -as to what might Jiave .been; The local store was just about sold out of sweets, of all de scriptions, with which the throats of . the; barrackers were kept pliable, and even . now some complain--of being hoarse, but', still look-. forward to the. .: next match; -trusting to better ^luck for the tootne team then, "

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SHOOTING A DOG. £40 Damages. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

SHOOTING A DOG. £40 Damages. A very interesting- case was heard at the Local Court on Thursday of last week at the Peterborough Local Court, before the S.M. (Mr. \Y. J. Hinde) and justices-S. D. Jones < Mayor) and F. H. Frith. David C. Carr, Peterborough, sought to recover from Charles McMalion. farmer, of near Peterborough, £49 19/, for shooting- a greyhound s!ut. Charles McMabon cdunterclaimed £49 13/ for damage to sheep, etc. Mr. H. O. A. Rankin appeared for the plaintiff (Carr). and Mr. F. P. Keats for the defendant (McMahon). The plaintiff, Edward lames Carr, farm hand, Peterborough, slated that he was the owner of the greyhound slut "Miss Count," which he kept for coursing. She won the Yongala Stakes, valued at £17. He started hep' about half a dozen times and each time she ".ran into money.' She was about two years old, and he valued her at £30. He kept her at his sis ter's (Mrs. Harnian) place. They did not miss the slut until Saturday, March 29, at <5....

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DISTRICT NEWS. Yongala. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. (from Our Own Correspondents). Yongala. During the past few days three soldiers, viz. Dvr. G. barker, and Ptes S. Hall and S. Robinson have returned home from the front after over 3 years service. They were met at the railway station by a large number of people. The Yongalahrass and school b^nds rendered music, and an address of welcome was de livered by the Rev. J. Gilding.

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A BOUNDARY FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

A BOUNDARY FENCE. A second case that evoked much local interest was that in which C. F. W. Just claimed from E. T. Perry the sum of £19 19/ as damages for the removal of a fence. Mr. H. O. A. Rankin, for plaintiff, and Mr. F. P. Keats for defendant. From the evidence it appeared that Mr. Perry erected a paling fence some 22 years ago, on the boundary of his property, adjoining' the plaintiff's, and that with the weather, etc., the fence had got out of repair. After writing to Just to help reinstate it, Perry took nearly all the fence down. The S.M. inspected the properties, and. gave a verdict for the plaintiff for £2 and costs, holding the opinion that Perry should have given notice under Statute ]3 of the Fencing Act. The S.M. explained, at full length the lan- relating to boundary fences.

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The Editor's Notebook. BOY—MAN—FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

v Tke Editor's Notebook. BOY-MAN-FATHER. . Boy - "The bright half-conscious . years of school and games Are fast receding, slipping oat of sight, And . here I stand, with awe-struck eyes o'erlooking The great wide stretch of what is yet to'be! As tlie full flower in all its form and shade Is but a growth ' of root, and stem, and leaf, So manhood is: the boy's develop ment-His .ordered growth from youth's first opening bud To flower, and then-to fruit." Man-"I am a Man! A Man? What is a Man?-An earth-bbrn soul. Low stooping, eye for ever on the ground, Seeking for pleasure only, or for Self, (Such as 1 often meet at work and play). Whose words are dirt, whose deeds are low and dark, Who, when he works, works but to get his wage With least and puniest effort of the ' . soul. Nor cares a whit for any joys of home-Nor tender intercourse with ? his.own babes? Such will I never be, . so help me, Christ, Who art my Pattern! but, by strong endeavour. Copy the splendour of all Manhood's Type...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919

Useful Stable lines. WE have a .good range of winter . games from 1/ 'upwards. Call ." to Arms, Flags of ' tie World. Motor . Ride,'.kudo, Courtship " and: Marriage, Snap, -Corner, Trencho, Draughts^ and Dominoes. . "OriBbage Boards, . 1/3. 8 -Playing Cards, 9d. 1/3, 1/6. ALL sizes Footballs in stock. Su perior leather covers, best rubber linings, -5/3, 6/6, 7/6,..97, and 10/6 each. ? TENNIS Racquets, 17/0. Rubber bouncing balls, 6d, 9d, lOd, .1/ each CHILD'S Sulky's, very convenient, . strongly made, £l each E.W.^BRANDT, MUSIC SHOP, PETERBOROUGH.^ F. J. SMITH (Late S.A. Railways). Wishes to notify the General Public that he has commenced business as a Carpenter, etc. Estimates given. All work promptly attended to. General Repairs a Speciality, Address, Main St. West, Peterborough. Cheadle, Crase & Co., WOOL AND GRAIN BROKERS, ADELAIDE & PORT ADELAIDE. Weekly Sales of Sheepskins, 1 babbit Skins, Hides, etc. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON PRODUCE. DON'T BE WITHOUT IT. ...

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