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LADIES' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

LADIES' MEETING. The Mayoress has been asked to convene a meeting of the ladies to organise the annual hospital fair, and there is no doubt of the work of the ladies-they . have never been found wanting and their effort this year will, we know, eclipse all previous efforts. The date will be announced later.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Soldiers Memorial Hospital PETERBOROUGH. Contracy Let for the Building. Great Enthusiasm Needed. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

gpSSfV? jTfae^bntta^fortfeebuildingof t» 'Mr.' ¥£. ^?*£SN^Haesa, ofJamestown, ami p^Si^fga&ti^ntlejflan '.'there;, is '. j»o. ggSM^tfab^tjuy 'woflc willbawell car- - P^jaaffl^^bl:':,.5Sier Architects '. are7' and' . ia .be®n . sub f;i f - mittecL The lender borders on si ^ £13,900 for building alone, and it *" t 'iiojvremains for the residents of 'Jffie town, and: district to mak« " ^every possible effort to raise the ^ money required' to provide the the meet modern ^^^S8^Qk|p^1».vIh«!8jp«itiB-,3n .the' 15? . wffllsdsblje a lasting, -X. . as well -a-fitting memorial of the - ,* , gallant lads who upheld Australia - T^d, the Empire in the great ct" ^worid war. '- ; ^. * It Is hoped that a working bee i . ~will;at-once begin to beautify the t - --grounds, by getting the holes dug a ~ ready for planting treeB, etc., be op- ?'; ".present ^;f.^;^^id"^':%eleftted forihis. .' The , M^:i~^o)ntns^qn': ofa paadway, leading iron} <the main" gateway to the; «ite,|cbild1eils6'...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. WYNFLETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. WYNFLETE. A combined thanksgiving: and anni versary festival was held at \Vynflete on Sunday. April 4. The building was tastefully decorated for the occasion, and tile Rev. S. Bowering conducted afternoon and evening servicts to large gatherings. Several anthems were rendered effectively by the choir. The festival was continued on Turs day evening, when the usual public meeting was held under the chairman ship of Rev. S. Bowering, who deliv ered a stirring address. The secre tary's report was gratifying, and all Aid justice to the appetising supper that followed. Mr." J. Crocker, who was awhile back seriously Injured, has returned to his home. Mrs. Crocker is spend ing a holiday in the city. Mrs. Jack McKay is spending a holiday with her mother, Mrs. W. C, Broojc.

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PETERBOROUGH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

PETERBOROUGH -COURT. ' At the Peterborough Caurt;^l:Apnf 1 iSth, before Mr. W. "J. H4nde,-S.MI and Messrs. S, D/JbnM,-and»R.;W,5 Goudie, the ? case of" Edward' W.V£J disposed of. The plain tiff, a dro v^r^f Campbell, versus John Harvey' ,&a» Hawker, claimed £45 di.m«je*i#oitl ' ,-r;" the defendant, - manager of ;'~-f Station, near Hawker, for - mule. The case Jasted alPtiiie; mora^ ing. Plaintiffs evidence effect-that heiiad. a mule, iand possession from Mr. Wade, ihefbwn&'gi of the station, to let the inpIe^jSjthiVrt ?Station.' '"'..He' had!'pnlys^^.SStJonK|| in six months. Arthur W. a. station, employe, . swpre.thatjtKe*;detf " 'fendant 'Saidthat he would^ayjCimpI ' bell out for putting Mr.- Edirai&s,Mij storekeeper, of Hawker}-"on toiling" and. that.the defendant siiot :&e;.mui^;j from the jails of the stoctj^^ JiShes defendant admitted having shot .f mule, but" he: did so in setf^fctec^.,^ as the animal was veiy .wcion^J^i® Chris. Wade, of ? Panar...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

CHAMBEK7.AI.VS PAIN BALM. If vdlir boy fe ? always burning or Cutting liis fingers, sjjraining his shoulder. bruising his iiinljs. keep Chamberlain's Pain Balm in- the house. One application gives relief. 110 mat ter how severe the trouble. Keep Chamberlain's Pain Balm handy and it will save much suffering. Sold by %11 storekeepers. 1 * EARNED, NOT BOUGHT. How hard it often is to. earn and maintain a good reputatiou, and how easy it is~io lose one. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in his life. Some things achieve a re putation which stays with them. They are founded on intrinsic value. They face the public backed up by honesty, and work their way quietly and thorough^*. People want 110 better proof of merit than is contained in the following experience: Mrs. J. Harding. North Quorn* says:-"My husband was a martyr to kidney trouble, the worst symptom being backache. This ailment almost crippled him. the pain at times being so severe thai he could not stoop or mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

£2,200 Cash. First Prize £1,000 Cask. Just fill in your name and address and your birthday date. WHAT IS THE MOST POPULAR BIRTHDAY DATE IN AUSTRALIA? £l.OOO Cash FIRST PRIZE Besides £100 every month for four months and £600 in other Cash Prizes and £200 for Grocers and Confectioners. ^3 The ENTRIES Themselves will decide. AH you have to do l« the work of 10 «enond». A Girlie aged six is just as likely to win as a Bachelor of ninety-six. FIRST PRIZE £l.OOO Cash Also Other Prizes £1,200 Cash Fill in your BIRTHDAY DATE and 'your name and address DATE ' x MONTH I was born on the day of and on that day each year I will always eat some SUN-RAYSHlD FRUIT or "NORMEY" CONFECTIONERY. .Mr. 1 NAME Mra. > .... Miss J ~ . ADDRESS (very c]»ariy and fully) . ' STATE " Post to C. J. DeGarij, Director of Publicity, A.D FA , Mildora, Victoria. Competitor MUST insert actual date of his or her birthday (day and month). ? The Year need not be mentioned. . ; ; ? . . -i'"'11 -r : ? CONDITIONS:-Attach to...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. Suggestions to be given effect to. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 April 1920

COMMITTEE MEETING. Suggestions to be given effect to. A large gkthering of committee men assembled in the council chamber on Tuesday evening, Dr. Good® being in the chair. The greatest enthusiasm was shown and much important business was transacted. His Lord; hip the -Bishop of Port Augusta,/'Dr. J. . H3Jorton^ Revs.W. Stringer, Fr E. Ryan, H. A. DeLft Rue, H. Davidson, A. H. Melbourne, and "Capt Pascoe were appointed. «to; the committee as representing all -sections of the community and soldiers. - : ? Mr. E. A. Cousin was a^so added to the commit-, tee.---.- rTfae .chairman ? and secretary's action in signing the cohtract on behalf of the commit tee was endorsed^ Among, other matters it was decided to organise A WORKING BEE TOMORROW y "{Sstnrfay) afternoon, 37di, when everyone who can possibly ^attend are earnestly requested to come along, and, if possible, bring a pick or -shovel with them. Messrs. Dodd, Williamson and Wald are in charge of the work, and the ' laying out of: the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

COMPANY. L?3> 'ARMERS. INSURE WJTJI * THZ UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 4.IMI*«D ~ A.Porely-AnatridUarHInatftiitiML. Fin, Maris*. WorkJ^V*%«i»«e don. Peraoaal AccMehtaad 'SlcVn^w ;?., . UVa'Stoffc-^. '?? "? 3 South AuitralUn>tirtwi!^-No.. ?»-. Wijrmonili Street; : T. C REYNOliJS. -g < C. . ; Bennett & Fisher, ltd., lailgtrintiiit Bennett ft FUmt and Onudta, Crsaa LIVE STOCK SA&SSMEN. WOOL and PRODUCE.iBROKRBS." Head Office-ADXtAID* Braoch and Country -Markrt*: Broken Hill, Peterborough, Mt- Bar ker, Nairnr, Murray Bridge, Wflloofa, Xon anville, Pat A^lud:. ?" Weekly Sale». ADELAIDe. ; y ABATTOIRS- .> Mohdaya-^CatUe,;-- \ * Wtdneidiya-Sheep, bambi, Piga iandCalvee.- - Monday*-Sheep- Slfiha,. Rabbit; Sldn», Hide*, etc. PETERBOROUGH MARKET. V Third Thuraday, monthly. Liberia! *Caah Adranoer made <(thnt the mibIbk Clip and Prodaaa. Mr. A. DAV1ES Picture Fr&me Mftker and Photo Engraver rtsUUng At 72 i^iaders^St rMt, AiteUdef almost Mrilf...

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BRITISH DOCK AND HARBOUR DE VELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

BRITISH DOCK AND HARBOUR DE j VKLOPMENTS. r. A large Yiiunber of inppoftant improvement.? :. scbemes are.&cing carried out ty doek *nft harbour authorities in Great JJHtaizu ... At'the;,^ Pore of Loadpn a niev dock -of 4S Wes^.acd'.^V with a w«tter"dep|h of 38 feet is Hearing -coia- ^""^ pletion; the '5cheme.:in£ltides a. .graving "tfocitw to accommodate .-.ve^sds of^the largest tAkus^^ A two-storey ri^er jetty witll, a-frontage *»f '-'l 1,000 ft., and 'a'JoDr-water "'SeptJi-30 feet !; is also being- constructed.. j^t -iivciyonl Jiw works "in progress trill cost »£ lOjQOO^OOO. iasdY-.^ include a large Jialfe tide dock ^aod\ An sive series of storagfe tariWs'for'on/ T On die .. Clyde -new berthiBgi Js^srai" ^Sffe enough lorjf the biggest vessels are being laid outT jaaid ^; impcrianJ extension* also being made'®*" . Tand I>uridee-' .priitot"Gi'iond. porta^.r are increasing their ^equipment for haadUng-^r. ? coal, and at Plymouth, Borer, : :<inmsby,. . Sunderland...

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MASS PRODUCTION OF BRITISH LOCOMOTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

MASS PRODUCTION OF BRITISH: ; LOCOMOTIVES.. There has been a marked revival; in loco motive building in Great- Britain since $»«.' conclusion of the war. One. large engineer- . ~.r: wg firm which recently entered- thia-'fitUl :V fs engaged on an order for many thousand." ^" locomotives lor a joreign Goveninu&t. In^ ' the production of these locomotives for^^---^. foreign 'Government In tfie: production these locomotives all the highest refinements': in economical mass production have beeb se* / ': cored. The various ihops art arnajgsd io : ~ :c that the materials and parts flow imlriter ruptedly through -to the "finished, locomotive, . /.-; and each step an the process of manufacturer r\j, and assembly is subjected to dose continuous . observation in order to prevent the slacken- *--!, ? ins of one part in the ploccja of ^olution ^ dcTayiag the subsequent steps. So wctf V; planned were the whole -arrangements that yV this "firm has . tfce . credit -of. "turning out the'". fi...

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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

VTHE SUN-HAYSED COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." An Adelaide daily announces that Mr. C J. De Garis, the Director of Publicity for the A.D.F.A., has ordered an aeroplane in order to save lime in travelling between the capita] cities, aid also between bis home in Mfldura and his estate at Pyap. The announcement has so impressed "Dippy" that, in writ ing to the Director {or verification-or denial of the assertion, he felt that he . could only in verse adequately express himself: Say C. J-, "What new Jay Areyou on? They say that you are starting soon, To aeroplane up to the moon. Square dink, John? They say, too John, that yon Wish te paint The "Sun-Raysed" name on Cynthia's face. Since from the sun she gains her grace - Sakes! How <ruaint 1 Rumours state . That some great Scheme von ve got Tor'Hood die dailies ixp in Mars With multitudes of "Sun-Raysed" pars. Lad, you're hot! Don't you stay ? im>'Way S.B-.S. Start Back Soon, for on April ten We hope to hear from you again, >?. i...

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ANZAC DAY AT PETERBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

ANZAC DAY AT PETERBOROUGH The local branch of the R.S.A. have arranged the annual Memorial Service for Sunday, 25th April, but this year it . will be held on the Railway Reserve, instead of the park. On Monday, 26th, (public holiday) a fancy dress proces ' sion will take place at 2.30 p.m., fol lowed by a fancy dress football match at 3 p.m. In the evening a grand plain and fancy dress masquerade ball will be held in the town hall at 8 p.m. in aid of the Soldiers Memorial Hall and Club Tie admission will be ladies I/; gents, 2/; plus tax. Supper will be provided, Mr. P. Melville is again en trusted with the duties of secretary.

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BRITISH SEWING [?]ACHINES AND TYPEWRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

BRITISH SEWING XKACHINES ANt> TYPEWRITERS. One of i)ie British jnasutaciuring develop ments delayed by the war -was the protfucfAO of a new type of «ewing machine. Already, however, large numbers of these British dtsigscd antf British-built zea chines we 9s tbt nsrlcet A still more notable develop ment U She mass production of typewriting machines by more than one British firm. ]t Is expected that-the appearance of thus sup ply will have a very marked effect on mar kets {or these machines in all parts of the wodd

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HOW TO GET RID OP INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

HOW TO GET RID OP INDIGE8TION. Most people who suffer from indiges tion, gastritis, dyspepsia, etc-even those who have been afflicted for years and who have tried various medicines with out permanent benefit-can get quid; relief and ensure painless, normal di gestion by taking half a teaspoonful of Bisurated Magnesia in a litfle hot water immediately after eating. Bisurated Magnesia neutralizes stomach acid and stops food fermentation, thus giving nature. a chance to proceed with its work without hindrance. Bisurated Magnesia is obtainable from any chem ist, and if the directions given are fol lowed carefully relief is assured and immediate, while in chronic cases a lit tle perseverance will result in establish ing permanent benefit, and eventually restore the stomach to a normal con dition, with gratifying effects OB the general tone and health of the whole system. (714a).

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

THE NEW TABIFF. Sir,-Apparently the Hughes government c<msid«F8 that the cpst of living *nd production is too low, thereforeit has largely increased the taxes upon the necessaries of life, law materials, machmary, building material, etc. During September, 1919,1 receiv ed a copy a confidential circul ar which was being sent around to manufacturers aAting for big do nations. Money was wanted to 1 push, an agitation for more "pro tection " for manufacturers at the public expense. A list of those who had already subscribed was included-it ranged from £250 to to £25. On the 3th November, these people provided Mr. Hughes with .a luncheon at the Sydney Toflrir Hall, when Mr. O. C. Be&le .whose, firm figured in the list mentioned for £100, rererred to ., Mr. Hughes as " our brave and faithful friend." He appealed to, the gathering to support his elec" tion compaign '* with both person al effort and cash.'' So these man ufacturers who wanted to put up prices upon the publ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. DAWSON. The election of members ot tlie School Committee resulted in the fol lowing selection :-Messrs. J. \V. Shane C._ H. Burden. C. H. Meyers, T. H. Wilson, W. C. Dowden, E. S. Noitle, and A. Burden. Farmers arc very busv seeding, but only a small area is being devoted to wheatpTowing, landholders reserving, tuo/it of their country for grazing pur poses nn account of the prices of stock. The recent rainfall was recorded as follows1st fall, 162: 2nd, 14; 3rd. H; total. 178; thi$ has made a marked diff erence- all round.

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THE WORLD AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

THE WORiK£fT^» TH£ W£R. <By t>. B.^Aduu.) During the. progress of the great war the opinion wia* fretely -expressed that after thj .war ,<he world would be in_.a much better "condition as a dwelling pla£e than before all old, -effete systems jp polities, a octal reU> tions, and in religion would fee swept away, .and. as it was phrased^ -'all' would be in the melting, pot/', to comb . out. afresh and with much fetter 3otm» end in a much improved and juPter condition generaJIy. . nr wai - to b'rtilr dc^n the .barriers*' betWteen -sections ot the^-people «ud between niftioxai" and -the result was to be a" general: reorganisation of: the peoples, of the earth in a .more democratic form, with just &hd .&ir principles of govern ment to rale .all. The pebpJefc vd« to Be-' raort widely and inrfxnately knows to fetch other, and therefore their. conditions, their - requirements, and their duties, toward each other as-neighbours >in the'worfd -of ...

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EURE[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

Kt'REJJ A. The only social event of the wtfb In these parts was "shall we name it a surprise or farewell party?" At. Mrs. ? Clements home, just about all the young people assembled there and had a' royal good time; the evening was spest in singing, musical items, and dancing, followed by a sumptious supper. Much regret is expressed at Mrs. Clements leaving these parts, as the dining room in her house would no doubt be re quired -tot any future_$o«al .vtats.

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CHAPTER XXIII. EDRIE IS IS CONFRONTED BY AN OLD ACTUAINTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

CHAPTER XXIH. EJJH1E IS CONFRONTED !BY AS OLD ACTUAlifT^JfCE. ' At eight o'clock the *aa*t«eeT ** leubled In the grand salon lor a wrt of farewell ceremony to the Pavonia -the staunch vessel which had bOrae tfaftt so «a/elv on tlwir roy«JF« Tha entertainment was opened by an IttotriiBWBtAl duet toy tfe* protw-' ?sor and his ttl«nt«d *H«. It took everybod.v by -storm, aud tomultuons appUube followed. *hvl« every face wo* expressive of the5 ut most istontetUMBt «t tto." "iibsu* pected Uititt. .-r' "A ®ong by UScs BroHP.V was 'then announced, * No one looked «a if Anything very* woftderful was to he expected from that modest yo»sg lady, and prei ty Hrs. *Wiieox gn*ed around Upon the indifferent faces, a smile of amuse ment upon her own piquant counten ance. . But Bdrie "had not sung three bars before an astonished hrnsh set1 led over her audience, amazement depict ed upon trtrj face. The. rest ted done her a great d *n\ of good. .She was in excellent v«.»i«.e and strength, while it was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, PETERBOROUGH. SUCCESSFUL WORKING BEE, , % Seven Chains of Road Formed. - \ A fairly generous response to the appeal for a Working Bee was made on Saturday last on the Hospital grounds and those who . attended may justly feel proud of - the result of their effort*-it was well worth the sacrifice of & little time and energy on their part. Much more could have been done, but many no doubt did not realise the importance and urgency of the work, while others" were un able to attend. Nevertheless there were sufficient present to clearly demonstrate what «an be don* with a little combined effort and the work accomplished will be a lasting memorial of the zeal ues for about 7 chains, where a * spoop .'drain -Will: be put in to al- -* low the wafer^to cross tlieroad; ^ a short way further and the road -f makes, a "complete, circle-the lawn, so that vehicles-will be aide ^ to go round to the front of the' * - hospital and return to liie rnalu - .£ road wit...

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