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EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY-ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

pettfLEfiACYj .% oooooocoooooooooooooco- ? Bv Mrs Geor^ie Sheldon, Author of. " -PAKTTWENTY-ONB. ' "When,.she was asked to assist w h the portions »f iba -enter ^sxrtteed iferself uPo" the^Jfek of hivttig something else w do.' If presseS. she quietly remarked thit Sie .^il^op . Playedfor her own «wliieni«it.*' snd Thus no one pufipected fier qf; being.-musically inclined. . But she»was destined, to, give that little .floating: World an overpowering ^sufiprtM jbeTore the. Voyage wasover ; inore of this, ^however. later.. Onemoraing;iheIast Jay but om of the Tpyage. Kdrie noticed &. stew jird. assisting PO tiie deck a strflrip-^ mhiij who ,"«PP®ft*JBd' $o. -be;-*eT3v feeble BeMhras eiartint*y pale, »nd coiisid(>r aljly emaciated, and walked as ifh± . wo!B- iusfcrecovering irom e. severe at tack «rWh<"ss. i He vaeclad -in lon^ulst**-, a for cap. was drawn close about. hts face. . and a ht-^vy _ travelling-shawl was wrapped a' DO' ii'j ^shouJders. ,;. . ... "? ' Th...

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

F. H. FRITH , tioeosed land Broker /. Auctioneer -r * * Qualified to prepare .and certify Mortgages, Leases, : Transfers, and all Documents for the purposes of f *The Real Property Act." HOl^ES, Fi&MiS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS " ' AND BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills .:^ Prepared. ' F. H. FRITH / MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. Opposite Railway Station, S. C. Middleton, Late A.I.F., >? (Successor" to M. B. RYAN), . AUCTIONEER, 7 House, Land," and General Commission Agent, . : ; '' QUORN. .. VALUATIONS ANDSALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF - DISTRICT. - . ALL CLASSES OP INSURANCES EFFECTED. ' TRANSFERS. MORTGAGES. AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX 1 . RETURNS PREPARED. ' " . Addran: Bos M. M v Here's Why " Uniled" is Better Paint Tt'sone of"the tanks- containing jure refined, linseed oil, 'which our cheir.ists scientificaliy treat" for the prepara tion of .* ? ? v* HIGH GRADE PREPARED, PAINT "%4iisiratia*s Property' Prnlcclbr'* '. -Oil is the .life cl paint, for...

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

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The Times Friday, 23rd April. 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

Friday, 23rd April. 1920. /. LOCAL TOPICS. '.Received-The .April "" number of 'The I-f>ne Hand." Tliis Common i^aUh .iiaagazjn^. ifii chock full'of in - terest, rich in prose and verse, while - iti articles are by gifted writers of the day- The Mandate is an article that i sed iica* ion a*,, and points, out Aus tralia's opportunity. The editorial in .eludes an article on "Mr. Hughes and his opponents,"and "infant Welfare" . corns in for a lengthy screed. Alto gether ihe issue is - full of interest and teems with excellent reading mat . ter that caters lor all ages. "The Lone -Hand" should be on your monthly list. KM Over.-TherepoitofTerowie Coun cil hfLK unavoidably been held oyer. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the ?services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Requiem for the Fallen; T, Special Service of In tercession 'and Thanksgiving. Just landed, direct from England, Cot Blankets 40 x 30, only 3/3 each. Ham & Soa'i (late Debbie's). Catholic.-It ia expected ...

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

CHtTR'C'H SERVICES. <^holic.-rt<ilv *Ma$sv\ g.:W, Yon pd'la, aiKf jl; Petersburg;' u.Jiiaj even ing deyotiolis.j 7,' Petersburg. Meth&diet-pn i fii. and 7 p.fti.. Rev. A. !H. "MilbuCirrte. '* Biptisr--.]J .'i.m. and V-"!--J?'ev. H _ A. Df.ija.- Rut. .

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ANZAG DAY. A GLANCE BACKWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

ANZACDAY. A GLANCE BACKWARD. By B.A.C. Five years hive rolled away since Australia entered ..on the task, with ? other Empire troops, in an endeavour to solve *h£ naval ^nd military prob lem of, the world that had worried the earth's greatest leaders for 50 years-the forfiiijj of the "" Darda nelles! It is pleasing: to the "Digger" to find that the heart of the counts is in the rjghi place, and that it re members sufficiently to say-We will celebrate the. day! Our thoughts first travel back to that first despatch of General Sir Ian Hamilton. May I, put of a fall heart, be permitted to say how gloriously the Australian and New Zealand Con tingents have''upheld "die fine tradi tions of our race. 'Happen what may, Australians who have fought at Gal . lipoli will bequeath^ a heritage of honour to their children's children. It is a tribute to the'Australian sol dier, and it is precious to him be cause the honour goes hack to his home country,-to his folk in the city, or into the far outb...

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WEDDING BELLS. PARTRIDGE—WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

WEDDING BELLS. ' - PARTRIDGE-WALL. The MelUoditst Church, Orroroo wan the scene of a very pretty ?wedding on "-March 23rd when, . Ijene May, yaUDgesldaugkter of.. "Mri. a,nd the iate Gr.' WiaJJ, of Qr -Toroo, waamarried to J.-Leslie-, fjate'lOiii; Hatt. M.M.), eldeat son ' of Mr. and _M rs." {J. B. Partridge, : :Qt.;ISsbor^... ..The church was . very- navitik*. decorated by the., /fHettcfis of;i%e/lmde-.- -The'bride, on ^ . armxif iter hroliier-in iii w (Mr. W. M. Brock), 4ooke<3 v«ryneat. in a drees ;of ivfajie crepe-de-cheiie, ,with hilk fringe; she carried a" bouquet of artificial flower* and wore the bridegroom's gift, a gold brooch. She was at tended by Miss Edith Wall tee ter) and Misa Dorothy Meadow* /cousin); both looked very daiuty in. dresses of Fugi silk, and hats.of pink crepe-de-ehene; they carried bouquets of pink carnations and wore the bridegroom Vgift,agold ring. ' The bridegrooni was at tended by Messrs. W. B, and G. G.-Partridge/brothers^. The r&amp...

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BOY SCOUTS 1st Peterborough Troop. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

BOY SCOUTS "1st Peterborough Troop. . Ttee'; 1st-Peterborough Pack of Wolf Cabs had a most enjoyable camp ;at Mr: J- X. Baker's farm last week-end. There were 14 boys in camp, and every one had a good time. A.C.M. Armstrong /was in . charge, under the. supervision of D.S.M. Manuel, and he carried - out his duties - with great credit. All the Wolf Cubs. are. under 8 years' of age. MT. Shac4jletcft4 kindly lent his van, and-Messrs: Both ering" and Prisk their horse aiid har ness to convey' the lads out. to cauip. Shanks are due to-. Mrs.. Baker and ;Miss M. Baker for cooking, etc., done for the toys; also to Mr. Baker for' the camping erounds. ChurfcH" par ade was conducted by M-r. M: F. jju? mond.' .. .. . ' . % .. ' '.. .The 1st Peterborough Bay Spouto-fj This iraop .met on itondav. the. lStH at the"Baptist Lecture Manuel iri'charge. It 'A_as~ ^ecidedjto haw :a 'camp at-QrrbroiJ-:in a fait;* night; i This jcanjp: .wilt Joe iworked _e>n. patrol; syst<_igC- i.t-i? each, ...

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FOOTBALL. YONGALA v. TARCOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

FOOTBALL: , - YONQALA v. TARCOWIE.. The fooball season opened. at. Yon gala on Saturday, 17th inst.,. when Tar cowie team visited Yongala." The -ground was in good order after the re : cent rais.-. The teams \yere more evenly matched than the scores indicate. - The players are not yet in their best form, ? arid the game was somewhat on the -slow* side. However it was clean and friendly, throughout,"and both 'teams, were glad of the practice before meet ing their respective association oppo nents.'" The Yongala" team comprises .several new men this season, and thev are confident of giving their opponents ?a good run for the premiership. Um pire Wald, of Peterborough,' had charge of:the game and gave general' ?satisfaction. The "scores were -Yongala-1st quarter, 0 goals 2' be hinds, Tarcowie 0-4: 2nd jjuarter 2-6, 0-4; -3rd quarter-3-^6, 1-8: Final-5-10, 1-8.

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

CATARRH. Catarrh is frequently caused by .«? neglecting a cold^or by a succession, of colds. It can be prevented by tak-~ ing Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy and getting . rid of. a cold beiorfc" the in flammation of'the mucous 'membrane becomes chronic. There is nothing else which will so promptly and effec tually relieve a cold as Chamberlain's Cough" .Remedy. .Sold by all. store keepers. . ' ? . m

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Gawler Acceptances Run on Saturday, 24th April. AUTUMN PLATS HANDICAP Six E[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

. v Gnwler Acceptance* ; Hun an.Sftturday. Sith April. AUTUMN TB SWBIOAP. Six . , ; Cky*> . :V;.'" -8 '0 Krtw 7 il Jfttftfiftto'i: r 7 xo 7 10 MiDBt*$a»«u 7^ 0 . . .' . -' . ; »t. lb. Nestrum - - 9 2 ? Buui'i Hop* 9 il Qil»*nbrook . 8 11 r T<w & 9 .:Kk\ * . . » a ._ Erino*.Valido 8. 5 8piir* Gl*»» - ,4i rorogKrrui; v .5 ' MpinnlngQiri V 8 4 - BfrHltofairu 7 S ?; .-Caifli*: -V ; --8 3' ®tty HitoUiail 7 " i iDoi**tu>. "8 2. S*nG»or£<j T -i ,:. B**) Wo'«r«sr-!r. 8 0 ; HsmUaiV-' .?! W 7 Bdipn " s«fium t.y. 10 -f If Money Bpla«t\10- § VtMOTU* Foitnni Boy W 9 : jpm«ii.. . £i$»r¥/incft #*Jg jfiii "Gri^TVaWonfl 9 i41f6'<Paffer '?'. Trim 9" h ^fsrackj'. -> Dioptey :.'. J 0 1Jdh|-odk 8 .Mo«»MUn* 9 0<irT1,-BD . 8 . 9 $ Oslppmi 8 ' - $ ii i$>jwicar» s 4 S'~3 8 3 -V«»p^»SoB^ _ .# it ^ St. ^ewUnd ftinceMTraiiVl It .©ulnina . -JS - Cpw ; A ' II Mntni ' iv-vim *.; . J U: Mi*£ Alwyne 8 *# - Bhwiiobi * 5- 8 "i IJinbad,,.. : -8 .0 GUnorih...

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SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartus." THE TURF. TURF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

SPORTING NOTES. _ By "Tartus." THE TURF. Ti{ftF FixriniE3. April t4-§awler Jdekey Club -Itkjr 1-Murray Bridge Racing Olub " tk 10,15--*A-T-C-, ?-l0-HEfe^Sag&don-Saclng Club ' . 26-Morgan ftooiog Club _ 26-Penol« Racing CluV ; " 29-A.E;C. Birthdayjiiietixig " iimiA ?-Mietiiig v <. li_p0rt Adeluid* racing Club i31-:PortfmB-ft»ring Club .

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

CHAMEERT.AIN'S PAIN BAI.M. If your boy is always burning or putting his fingers, spraining his shpulder. bruising his limbs, keep Chamberlain's Pain Balm in the house. One application gives relief, no mat ^ ter how severe the trouble. Keep Chamberlain's Pain Balm handy and will save much suffering.. Sold by atmkeepen. ftAhllittt A SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTKACT. The uacqualUd immmdf for aoSda, lalwnu, cha*t eomjtliiau, uiinlaii iadif«»uon. rb«um*tiam H»Ur'a Ka tttd, ti>t aura protectioa iron aM'bt fectics*.' f«ver, diphtKaria, acaiftjprt* kwlu'i Satract, tlit i>«a( kular -.! «cmad«. bcrnt. ulc-«;ra, ayraina, »lria Stcrier'i £i(r«(, pr«v«rf M Supreme Court of Victoria to anriacptic *od healing »ub»«ncea a<* present in other eueilyptut »r»»a ra tion*, henca ita anterior an/ WU7M nrnrivt power. Stn^tr'i Sxtriet, tkt only *uralyptiu product pt|^r«4 a» elutivelT from the Utrai ra4itf4 by ipecia? |>r:>c«sa, i» Iraa from tfcka ir ritating and bcart-iicpreuiaic tiaat «t tfce...

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N.E. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 April 1920

' »*& CRICKET ASSOCIATION. {Contributed,} Cricket commenced this season with ~ meeh xest, and many good gema have been-co«t£8 ted, t»ut it su a great idisad-. x«Hta*ooue team being so much -weaker ttaatltlje remaining three. Had all team'* tijwiij evetuy matched no doubt the iutt r .tit'liboiro at theoominencement would bar* continued to ths end of the season; ' IHieJ'ederelB started well mid having gaSaed a aubstaotial lead in the first njubd, kept ahead. The YongaU's have ahown njore improvement than any. other ((nam, and mad* a good uphill* struggle . tbwi^out ?Two disagreements arose-one in a ^ match of thf Yongala *. Federals, and theother over the matter of forfaited . Htslchea. The d«legate* of the Ataoeia tioa bav» beentwable to inset tefiaalUe dteaeatatterv, but the ruling of the South jHStraiian Cricket Association has been obtained which U as follows'"Dear Sir, ^fiave to acknowledge receipt of font* aa Hue 31*1 inn, asking for an expression - of opinion in' regard...

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

GIRL GUIDES. To give the general public a clearer and wider knowledge of Girl Guide work, we are publishing from time to time extracts from such books which are issued by the Board of Manage ment in London and other authors. "Girl Guiding" is the official hand book, for all leaders of Guides. It is written by Sir Robert Baden Powell, K.C.B. Girl Guiding has a double meaning. To some it means the fun of playing the games of the Girl Guides; to others, the fun of playing the game in Guiding Girls. Our de sire in producing this Guide scheme is to offer help to parents, teachers, and patriots who may care to avail themselves of it when it comes to the duty of taining girls. The ob ject of the Guide training is to give our girls, whatever may be their cir cumstances, a series of healthy and jolly activities, which, while delight ing them, will afford them a course of education outside the school in four particular lines of which there is the greatest need:-1. Character and intelligence t...

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TEROWIE DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

T11ROWIE DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held 10th . ApnL Present--Chairman (W. D. Roach) ; Crs. Keats, Collins, Lock, Mitchell, Martin and Smith: . Minutes of pre vious meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence - From <" ' Yongala Council, re simultaneous destruction of vermin, suggesting months of Feb ruary, March, September, October as most suitable for simultaneous destruc tion, and asking for co-operation of neighbouring councils-Resolved that Clerk notify Yongala Groncil that this Council approves of abov^mentioned months, and. will co-operaU. From Children's Hospital with a year ly report-Donation of one guinea for warded. From Lands-Title Office no tification of transfers as follows: E. E. Lang to Catherine Blain 'Lang, sections IS, 53, 54. 79 and part 50, .close -of road containing 833 acres 32 poles; E. E. Lang to H. W. Lang, sections 52, 49, 47, containing 581. acres, 3 roods, 20 poles; J. E. Hunt to W. H. Mitchell, .sections- 309, 310, 314, containing- 630 ...

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A LARGE BRITISH OIL-TANKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

A LARGE BRITISH OIL-TANKER. One' of the largest oil-tanlc steamers afloat, the San Fernando, was recently completed in a British shipyard. It has a deadweight of over 16,000 tons, and . is built on the Ishberwood system of framing. The cargo tanks are divided into four self-contained groups* so that a variety of oils of different qualities and specific gravities can be car ried separately. There are four oil pumps, each capable of discharging 300 tons of oil per hour. Steam-heated coils are prorided to warm heavy oils, and make -them - fluid enough, to be pumped. An interesting fea ture of the equipment as that In addition to liberal accommodation for officen there are five double .berth staterooms for passengers or officials, of the company. The propelling machinery consists of steam turbines driving the propellers a a low speed through gear ing; a speed of 12. knots at full load -is at tained under normal weather conditions.

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THE WAR-AND AFTER. Y.M.C.A. Work Reviewed. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

THE WAR-AND AFTER. Y.M.C.A. Work Reviewed. A review of war ana demobilisation work carried out with the A.I.F. under the aegis of the Red Triangle and the consideration of further opportunities in tiie civilian community engaged the attention of an important meet ing of the National Committee of the V.M.C.A.s of Australia which has just con cluded its sittings in Melbourne. Mr. T. Thomas, chairman of the National Committee, presided. and those present included Mr. J. 7. Virgo. C.Ii.E., honorary general secretary of the V.M.C.A. British Empire Union, Mr. H. A. Wheeler, chief overseas executive officer, and Mr. W, Owens, O.B.E.. who had charge of the Association's work in Egypt and Pales tine. IJJ an interesting report, Mr. Wheeler pointed out that during the whole period of V.M.C.A. operations in England and France, 3t>2 secretaries were sent from Australia or taken on in England. In addition to these, 52 Al.F. men were transferred in England from the A.I.F. to the V.M.C.A., makin...

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THE SDN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

THE SDN-RAYSED COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." *5 quite all right, fellow cits! The rumors that have been fluttering abroad regarding the possibility of Dr. Mannix being elevated to the Papacy, .or something almost as exalted, and so leaving -us to cndiire the deadly dull ness of pre-Mannix days, are utterly un founded. He promises to come back to us, "just as he is Jit present,*' and he also assures us that he hopes to die here as Archbishop-a pious hope that will probably constitute die first point of unanimity between his opponents and himself, although the times limits pro bably differ materially. The Rev. T. E. Ruth, too, only leaves us for sufficient time in which to get his pugilistic "windso we've simply got to possess our souls in patience for a few months "and await the ding-dong "goes", that these two doughty champions will put up when they've acquired the little extra "pep" which their holiday should give them. Meanwhile, lest the big dailies should seek to discover by plebiscite ...

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CHAPTER XXIV. EDRIE'S FIRST APPEARANCE IN PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

CHAPTER XXXV. EDRTE'S FIRST APPEARANCE IN PUBLIC. 'While Edrie was enduring this en forced interview with the* acquaint ance of her earlier years, Professor Virgona and Mr. Richards had bepn engaged in an earnest and confiden tial conversation. The professor had doubted Mr. Richards' ability to properly acquit himself in the musical part he had chosen ; but after the first selection was rendered the music master beam ed upon him in his happiest mood, for the man had shown himself to be a musician of no mean order. "For what are you travelling, sir ? -pleasure ?- health ?-instruction ?" Professor Virgona as ted, drawing him aside at the close of the enter tainment. "Well, a Httle for all three. X ima gine," the gentleman replied smiling, though somewhat sadly, "I have bwn a very unfortunate man during mv life. I am entirely alone in the world, and am going about as mu:-.h to keep myself from lying homesick and blue as- for anything else," "Ah ! that is bad - vorv-to be alone."'return...

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