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The Times Friday, 30th April, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Friday, 30th April, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Euchar ist; 7, Evensong. 3, Yongala. Annual vestry in Parish Hall, Monday, 3rd May, 1920, at 8 p.m. The Girl Guides gave a concert in the Town Hall last week. The Mayor ess (Mrs. S. D. Jones) presided oyer a large attendance. Miss Groves had charge of the arrangements, and the performance of the girls was a credit to them. An early resident of Peterborough, in the person of Mrs. Susan Gall (formerly Mrs. Edward Martin), died at her residence, Hughes Street, North Unley, on Friday last, at the age of 74 years. Mrs. Gall was at one time the licensee of the Peterborough Hotel. Sister Bidmead (superintendent of the D.T.N. Association) paid an offi cial visit to the town. Shi was met by the Mayoress. The Sister expressed herself as pleased with the way the work is carried on here, and compli mented the committee and the nurse (Miss English). A Wedding tha...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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[?]YRIGHT. [?]E'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY-TWO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Ml'VKIGHT v I'OOOOOCKKMXKXKKH) - rs .s oooooooooooooooooooooo By Mrs.: Gcorgic Sh^don, Jwthor of ' .**Tbat Dowd:y ri a Gid,"" It. tc. ; PiET TWENTY-TWO. / - - it was T over at last, .and, flushed >'.' ~ aady^pp; with her /triumph* JSdrie - was ^aboutto leave the salon for her : Btate-rodm, "when die^youag man / observed her so closely While' she sang, put himself directly - /:. 'iD:-:her' path and accosted her with x-an assured familiarity that was &l y. ceedingly repulsive. ' vflow. do .yoa do. Hiss Brown V I jecfcon I'v?e met you somewhere t*e fore, liaVai't" I ?" ^he;:"observed, with *'J am :I do not .remember, c- air.'T^ ^3drie r^luid, with -i "dignified /7'-*esonreV^\V ? * "Wid I, i I "don't' know; as that is so strampe/'pursued the young man in. kn indulgent tone, "foe 3'ou were -»Wy iwhen_y^u left the Home; Ijiit I was four years older, and- I haveaTjirettyjgoodmsmory, and I. /thought Trhen l aaw you come on board.that I'd seen you -before. - I "wasn't ,EUre; ~tJia...

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THE BELLE OF THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

THE BELLE OF THE BALL. (By -Attth.") . ; Like a vision of bliss On a sky of -delight,' An attractive girl is.. In a ballroom at night. Sweet simplicity's gown . On a beautiful mould, With the lights shining down Living charms there unfold All her graces appeal ? To the nature 6f love. And her actions reveal .An incentive .to move. . The- spirit of -man to In impulsive, desire . Ever gallantly woo,. Loving right to acquire. In a social'degree, With a. dancing permit. There's a licence to be Verynice.j'ou'U admit. And a pretty girl can. So exhibit her charms That the heart of a man It infectiously warms. With the musical thrill Of the .dance harmony. There's ? power to loll Human .acerbity.-.

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"OUR ORROROO LETTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

"OUR ORROROO LETTER." (By BA.C.) The la*t week end may have been quiet for ' tb© fa id portion th£ pcpu'ati'-n. bat the juvenile portion-the -Boy Scout's-made the town bu.-y in packing upturn*-, a*ag9, and provision* on to baud cart-, wfcicb they pulled out of Oiroroo in otDteaod ieltforaSda^'a <iaiup besidw the reservoir. Vehicles were plentiful on th< road out on Sunday af erooon, and the oamp c trie m for tnucb attention. A general meeting on Saturday night accep ted the n?commendations ?>? the Buli <ji«mrn«ttee app:inted to go into detail, in comioction with th* soldiers' memorial. The ^tatno and a very fine pedestal i« ordrred and in a coople of months the w>who» of llv* generous citizens should be conr-uraated. P»*8ed »w»)- at Tarcowie * while back an other good old ptoiiw-r in the person of ME. . W. H. Thorn aa. fb« d^ceaand was one of tbe original selector* in that area where he had been enrage i in mixed fanning. lu the early day** of ...

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

CATARRH. Catarrh is frequently caused fejjf r." neglecting a cold or by a succession of colds. ' It" can be prevented by tafc ing Chamberlain's1 CoughRemedy *u4- : getting rid of a cold before ..the in flammation "bf themucous membrane - becomes' clbronic. There is nothing else which will so promptly and cSec- - tually relieve a cold as Chamb«rlain's\ Cough Remedy. Sold by all Store keeper*.; .

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Suggested in Jest. HOW ROSS SMITH FIRST THOUGHT OF FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Suggested in Jest. HOW BOSS SMITH FIRST THOUGHT OF FLIGHT. The flight. from England to Australia was re&Uy the outcome of a joke. Whilst in Palestine a Handley Page aeroplane van flowu out from .England aad Sir Rosa Smith was deputed to lly it to take part in Allanbv's last offensive. - One day General Borton met Sir Ross Smith and jocularly remarked that after reaching Bagdad they would fiy into India aud see the Viceroy'* Cup run. Sir Ross replied "Why not then fly to Australia and have a look at the Melbourne Cup ?" tie little thought then that-within a few months afterwards ho would actuaLly uudertake such a hazardous journey. The films secured en route by Sir Keith Smith and Capt. Frank Hurley, who ac companied the party from Charleriile, Queensland, to their destination in Ade laide, S.A., are to be presented together with the actual story to be related by Sir Keith Smith' himself, at the Town Hall, Peterborough, commencing at 8 p.m., on Saturday, May fetK Sir -Ross Sm...

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Boy Scout Camp at Orroroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Boy Scoot Cup it Omrot. By The Orfis Boy. It was decided, a few weeks agoto. Jiold a week-end camp fromtheSainr- /'[ day mid-diy 'until Monday afternoon.' The boys of the-1st Orroroo Troop were very,-excited and enthusiastic "at : the idea and all did-well in matins the_ camp a supcess. . ' , On Saturday, at about 130 »p.m.,. about 25 to 30 boys, all over the age of ten, paraded at the DriU HalL whh ttan- - kets, tents, knifes, forks, plates, ctc, all wiring: a smile and looking for» ? ward to being away from home for twp v days and' nights:; two trek-carts were--/., loaded upc and the "boys 'divided into? two teams, each pulling a cart ? -Our : . first catastrophe was the losspf a tin of apricot jam which fell off the lead- - ing cart- arid was -burst- open, by -die ;, following;one. We. arrived at the spot without further mishaps, a- place on the creek a little over a mile from town,.. . where there is about 200 yards of ele»r > ground. The'carts. wertjjnlo»3«SSais^"e - tents, ...

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Sgt. Ahearn's Removal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Sgt. Ahearc's Removal. In reference to the petition sent in re Sjt. A-hsarn"^ removal from P<jterb->r.;<i#.. h, th« following official reply ha# l>e«n re ceived through Mr. H. Buxton M P. Chief Secretary's Office, Ad-Jside. 23rd April, 1920.-Gentlemen-Wiih reference to the petition, from the residv-nts of the town fuid district of Peterborough, re questing ttiaf the eervice«>>f 3#t. Ahea-rn may be retained at IVterhnrongb. I am directed by the Chief Secretary to inform you that the order for Sjct. Ahrsirii to hold himself in readiueee for removal to Port Wakefield hue been withdrawn by the Commissioner of police-1 have the hoiinr to be, gentlemen, y.mr obedient serveiit, (Sgd.) H. Blinoian, Under Secre tary. The members for tb« district of Burr*, Parliament House, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

.;T- - ? ? . ----- - SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PETERBOROUGH. Another Successful Working Bee. ^ A« anticipated another «nthus iattic crowd of worsen gathered ?** atthe hospital site on Saturday h :; wemootf and the merryjclink of , the hammer,_ pick, and . shovel could be heard for some distance, ^plshdid work-was accomplished *nd only about a chain remains to be formed. There was not sufficient metal Available to com plete -the formation, but there will Ample far iWnextworking jbee, Which willbehield at an .-..v iearly date, notice ofwhich-siill be O^n In these columns. - .As stated JaBt week the'road - -was formed for adi«tance of a Wt 7 chainBon ^he^rat after taoon and on laet Saturday a sub* stantial spoon drain was made .._ and. the road - was : continued > round the lawn and along the -Ivsifipiiispfthe building and'thefe is :Snpwiwily the feturnio themain K»ad to be completed. The work 'yp:--0l:top idi^si^ aiid:®inding the ioad will thenbe ^proceededwith abd Judging by the...

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Celebrations at Orroroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Celebrations at Orroroo. The Orroroo institute was comfortably fStWd on Monday night when a united memorial service wai held in honor of the AunWereary of the landing at Gallipoli, And it was good to find that after five y«ars the memory of Anzac was still green in the minds of a ioyai public. The order of the service was the earns as used on peace day and it proved to be moat appropriate to the day. The singing was led by the combined choir of the town churches and the service was conducted by the Revg. J W.(Stringer (Anglican), 8. Bowering (Baptist), and F. H. Lyons < Methodist), The Iter. Lyons announced the hymns and read tin* lesson**. The Kev. Stringer took the ritual, and the Rev. S. Bowering, who was in good form, delivered the addr«a*. Young man, enjoy yourself now. You'll be a long time married.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

F. H. Ikttsed land Broker . Qualified to* prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, ?. -Transfers, and all Documents for die purposes of "The Heal Property Act." - HOUSES; FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS ' * AND -BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged/- and Wills ; Prepared. F. H. FR I T H, MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. Opposite Railway Station, S. C. Middleton, Late A.I.F., (Successor to M. B. RYAN), - AUCTIONEER, Houses Land, and General Commission Agent; : ^ QUORN. VALUATIONS AND SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF . / ' ' . : ... DISTRICT. ^ v . o ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. TRANSFERS. MORTGAGES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED. ? . .. Address: Box tt. ? y The Fat tory that Produces ** United " ?" Prepared Paint JHua old «stabfi»bed ? Ausbilian paint factory ia building jin immense industry on tKe aura Foundation ofreliable products specially made . . , tuit our climate. 7|ae interest of these, manufacturers in ' k HIGH GRADZ PREPARED ^Australia's Property Prot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

MARINE, ACCIDENT. " nsor^ce- Goinpany; - Ltd. " A purely XttMralasian . -Gomiianyir suthorised capital, -£3^0,400. jtvcr) ^eocription' bf Property, in cluding .HAYSTACKS and GROW ING CROPS. . insured at Lawul . Current * Kites. -DAMAGE BY L1GHTKING aSVered Without Extra" 1 Premium. --Employers - protected «giutt Jihw .liability " for accidents £ to thsii^Tsorkmtn^. " lidweet Rate*. JPerfecteecurity. Prompt Settlements. SA. Branch-Grenfell Street. A. U. ;ABHWINJ Manager. Agent ."-at: IWtcrkorongfa IL Hl^THERSAY. . ITARMERS - are . recommended to secure their 'Supplies for Next Harvest as early'jui possible and thus avoid last seasonV sbortaKe- Write at oncefor qaotationsfor Binder and SewingT«jne». - * H. J.PENNQ« CO, LTD, DARLING' BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. E. & w. Hackett, LIMITED. - THE LEADING SEEDSMEN. NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seeds and - Bulbs, Specially -Selected' Vegetable Seeds; Cut flowers. Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, : «tc4 : . Bert - Agricultur...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and 11 Pe terborough; 7, Oodlawirra; and 10.30 Nackara. Usual Evening Devotions, 7 Peterborough. M«tho4iat-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

Thanks. Mr. F. W". Sambell and family wish to return thanks to all kind frienda and rela tives for persoaai' expressiona_jof sym pathy, letters, telegrams, and -floral tributes in their recent ead bereavement, especially to Mr. Alick Jamieson, junr/ and Mrs. O. Noblett for their and help in the time of need.

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ANZAC DAY. Celebrations at Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

ANZAC DAY. " Celebrations at Peterborough. Anzac Day was celebrated at Peter borough on Sunday, and Monday ' in beautiful weather. t)n Sunday, morn ing and evening, special services were . held at all the churches, and appropriate addresses were delivered. The chur ches were specially .decorated for the occasion, and the -. choirs rendered special hymns. In the afternoon, a public service was held on the Railway Reserve. At 2.30 p.m. a procession was formed at the east end of the town, headed by the R.S.A. President (Dr. C Lowther Clarke), and Burra District Secretary (Mr. J. B. Critcliley); the Federal ? Band, in charge of Mr. L. J. Gluyas;. the Returned Soldiers and Sailors; the Fathers' Association: Rejects and Vol unteers; the Mayor (Mr. S. D.Jones), and members of the Town Council; .the Boy Scouts," the Girl Guides; School children; Friendly Societies; Railway Associations; Traffic Men, in uniform; Exenjpe Labor Party'; Gen eral Public; flfth the Light Hor-e bringing up"\the re...

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A SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

A SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HALL. After the morning: Mass on Sunday, 25th, the Bishop of Port Augusta (Right Rev. J. H. Norton. D.D.), as sisted by Archdeacon Doyle and the Rev. F. Hensehke, blessed and laid the foundation stone of the Roman Catholic Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hall, adjoining the Convent of St. Joseph. When completed it will be a fine structure. The architect is Mr. I. Jenkins, of Port Pirie, and the con tractor, Mr. F. W. Haese, of James town. The building will be 54 ft. in length. 26 ft. in width, and 15 ft. high, with Gothic entrance, 14 ft. bv 9 ft.. carrying triple Gothic memorial win dows. At the rear will be an ante room 26 ft. by 10 ft. The Bishop complimented the clergy and people of the diocese on their zeal in erect ing such a useful memorial. A bi? impetus to the idea.was given by t..e estate of the late Private J. Liddy, having been donated to the funds- d> his sister, Mrs. J. Pick, supplemented by generous donations by the tick family and other church .adhe...

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

DISTRICT NEWS. W1LLOWIE. Grass has made good headway dur ing the past fortnight, and the whole country is dressed in green... This does not mean that there is. an abun dance of feed for stock, but another rain, similar to the last, would soon ensure good grazing for sheep. Lamb ing ewes are in many cases having a. hard time, owing to shortage of feed, but on the whole stock are'in good store condition. . Mr. Thos. Ward, of Aniyton, who recently had the misfortune to fall iti front of an "International" disc harrow, drawn by a runaway team, sustaining very severe bruises through the implement passing over his legs and the lower part of the body, is about again and making good pro gress towards recover}-. 4. Mr. S. L. Brooks has lost two of his most valuable working horses through eating wheat. The others also got at the wheat, but recovered from the effects.

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PETERBOROUGH CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. Fortnightly meeting hold Monday, 26th April. Present-all except Cr. Bills. Minute* ot previous meeting read and confirmed.' Apology received for the ab sence of Cr. Sills. Engineer'* report for previous fortnight received. Clerk to as certain provisions of the Electric Lights, ins Act in regard to lights over centre of streets. Engineer empowered to em gage the services of M. McDonald if sat isfactory, terms can be arranged, failing this, the application of A W. Day to be accepted. Electric pole holes to be eunkby daymen; trial boles to be auok in Collins and Hurls tone Streets. Engineer toapply-for an additional seven tons of coke at commencement of month. Correspondence-From Supt. Public Buildings re asphalting the School, agree ing to pay for same, cost not to exceed £5-work to be proceeded with. From Jamestown Hospital asking for usual do- . nation-to be informed that all donation* are required for local hospital From W. Smith asking for payment in lie...

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TEROWIE. R.S.A. Concert and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920

TEROWIE. R.SJV. Concert and Dance. On Wednesday evening. 21st, the re turned soldiers of^this district gave an enjoyable concen in aid of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Asso ciation. The institute hall was crowded. The follovl-inj? contribute^ items:-Miss Faul, Mr. C. B. Nourse, Miss Treloar, and Miss Melvie Hales, Mr. Booker (2), Mr. B. J. Cullen (2), Mr. A. J. Taplin (2), Mr. A. Lavcrtv (2), Mr. Fritch (1)', and Mr. W. Johns. A domestic farce "was also presented. The parts were fulfilled by Miss M. Hales, Miss F. Markey, Mr. Allan Whittaker, and Mr. Will Waters. A dance and supper fol lowed. About £22 was raised.

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

PEKINA. As a result, of the good fains which fell here about a fortnight ago, seed ing is the order of the day. The country is just getting a.green tinge, and should we be fortunate enough to get a downpour during the coming week, early feed will be plentiful. It is many years since we had such a fine opening to a season in April, and everything points to a prosperous year, which is sadly needed in these days of high priccs and industrial onrest. Football will soon be the order of the day again, the opening matches of the Flinders Association being on May 1, when the local lads are booked to play Wirrabara on the grounds of the latter.

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