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Murray Bridge Acceptances. Run may 1st. 12.50 p.m.—HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920
Murray Bridge Acceptances. ; -Bii?r M»y lit-rr 1150 p.u.-HAKDIGAF HURDLES. ... ^Tfro mile*. ?ttt. .tlb. If urundi 11 8 Nairn* 9 10 Alcoholie 10 -S Blackpool 9 30 Sir Ku 10 1 Adiantum 9 10 :-Uif XiIoi S 18 Lord Penda 9 S H«patriatian B 10 Scrutinatua 9 -S -Alcoholic or Marundi.- ' PROBATIONERS' STAKES. - Weightfor age. ... K»e furlongs. L40-first. Diriiioo. .Pistol'* Pride, Nafcar, iKanwyii, Last away, Axjraby, Wooroora, bbtsdilU, Kerkoo. "Pretty Modal,- Adelaide Star, Kitty Alwyne, Pop Pop, Phaxanla, Vesper SOD*. -Veaper Song or Phazania.- . '? 8.30-Second Division. '? Nelbrook, Macourk, Sir Titan, Lord Nicholson, Topar, Lorelle, - Epictetns, 8tick On, Glenorm, Berenicio, Loantona, KtrlAlirjrae, Solidarity. --Solidarity or Lord Nicholson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920
COJCMNY. LTD 'ARMERS. INSURE WITB THE UNITED INSURAltft* COMPANY. LIMITED A Partly Australian IfutftatioB. fire. Marin*. Workmen'* CompwMa Hon, Pmoad Accident and SieknMa UT« Stock. . .. South An«trali»n Branch-No. 1» Wajrtnouth Street Aidikit T. C RKYVOLDS. Uanaver PEARL OYSTER FARMING; ^ In ihe hay of Apo. >'fapan. a cur|» sort of farming:' l.« carried pa. r>»is i«; the more or less artificial r»rr«»iuction of pearls. Thp farm Is ^ divided into two parts, one for ..the ^ vonpp oysters up-to' thp^ vca>a and.1-'; ;' *hv ot+i&lt;*r-for the older shells - _ - ir&lt;'r»dmg season for oysiers is in .Tu]ly :.: ri and AUjru.st . ;flnd in . Whallo^er .pari s -for -rhe ^»gg^l^ TTu* younj?. oysters attaf-ih «'o fho.sinpra.. -Thf*y j&r^/Jctt. 'ill . »h> following" Xovembpr-"whtn^ th» Monc^ arf removed f t> wat^r ptitr^X ft-s-sv Viian nr six" f**et -dslc*]?.? '1 Af-r-^I let* ttuvc.y^ars: the voting nysteris *ta}'^n t;j» nod imo- &lt;'aOb. shei! -a...
S.A.J.C. Acceptances. First Day, May 8th. GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920
S.A.J.C. Acceptance;. -First Oar, May 8th. GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Pistolarie (inc. 101b. peu.) 10 2 Battleplane 9 5 Lord Setey Tragic Star Anotta (inc. lb. pen.) Mareea Coorima Lady Anton 8 4 Michael Brave 8 0 Angelia 7 13 Seal King 7 12 Kingbier 7 12 9 4 8 13 8 11 S S 8 7 Tbomgat* 7 9 Cerise & Green (inc. 71b.pen) 7 6 Persian Beile 7 S Tagali 7 2 Momha King (inc. 71b. pen) 7 2 Lady Budora 6 12 St. Varna Chamoii Cuttha Blue Bolt St. Leocadia -Second Day, May 10th. ADELAIDE CUP. One mile five furlongs. King of the Sea (inc. 101b. pen) 9 9 Dependence 8 6 Wee Gun 8 5 Cape 8ky 8 5 Green Cap (inc 51b. pen.) 8 2 Stagegirl 7 12 Intolerance (inc. 71b. pen) 7 12 Queen Comedy 7 11 Best's Jean 7 7 Daarewin 7 7 Crusader (inc 71b. pen.) 7 Boontree 7 Paratoo 7 W allash 7 Pr'ce Bardolph 7 Clever Jim 7 Bon Vue Fruit Bat Mincliinbury Katiga, Telegony Clocher 0 6 13 B 9
YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920
YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on April 24. Present: Crs. P. J. Kerin (chairman), D. J. Robinson, A. Torr. P. J. O'Reilly, J. Jamieson,- R. M. Cram, and the Dis trict Clerk. Cr. Robinson thanked council for the kind letter of sympathy forwarded to him, also expressed his regret at not being able to be present at last meeting to present his report as delegate. The clerk's financial report slmwed receipts £19 2/9, and payments £178 11/1. The following tenders were accepted; Contract No. 332. d.w.. White, £29 10/; 323. G. Telford. £15; 324, d.w., H. Robins, £13 15/; 325, d.w., M. J. Crack, £42; 293, m.r.. A. White, £14 10/. Correspondence: From L.G. Depart ment replying re special grant of £300 for Dawson Road, advising that there are no funds available for this par pose this financial year. From Ter owie Council replying re simultaneous destruction, supporting recommendation that months should be February. March, September, and October.-Clerk to write Belalie Council a...
3—HOSPITAL CUP. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 April 1920
3-HOSPITAL CUP. Ooe mile. Jessie Stirling 9 7,-; PociUiona 7 Kosai 9 S' Wairakei 7 Sir-Mac . S 11 Lord Penda ' 7 Hindmarch 8 JO Rekop 7 Bon 8 9 Metala 7 Seglum 8 . 0 Tolloch 1 -Kafiag»TO '«-7 13 Maori liid - 7 Kanwyn 7 13 Glocher . 7 Fisc .7 11 ROM Anton 7 Illume 7 9 -Jessie Stilling or Hindmarah. 3.40-BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. Two miles three furlongs. Murrangong 13 5 Overtime 9 Leeite 10 13 Lady Arltunga9 Edinol -10 5 Artillery Girl 9 . High Degree 10 3 Tintra ~9 Kalos 9 13 Brewster 9 Andy Donald 9 13 Uumluckbaidt9 Hepatization 9 IS Excalibur 9 Air Drill 9 8 Brooker 9 Arktcm 9 7 Poowong 9 Lord Penda 9 $ -High Degree or Andy Donald. 450-TRIAL HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Kairna 9 0 Matala 7 Banzai'* Hope 9 0 Pistol'* Pride 7 Xanwjii 8 10 Vesper Song * 7 Stick On * 8 3 Earl Alwyee 7 Adiantum . 8 0 Glenorm 7 Monte Queen 7 13 Karkoo _ 7 Pretty Model 7 IS Helbrook 7 Wairakei 7 12 Berenicio 7 Pop Pop 7 IS , Xobandilla 7 -Vesper Song or Nairn*. 5-NTJRSE8' HANDICAP. -Tintagel or Battle Queen. 9 5 5 ...
CITY LAND VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
CITY LAND VALUES. Sir: The recent sale of a piece of land in kundle Street 10 the Greater W onderjjraph Company, directs atten tion t«> the great source of revenue lymjj practically untapped at present. For the 45 fret frontage S'»ld, a sum of £55,OUO Avas obtained. Tin's work's out at £1.233 6/8 per foot. The owner, when interviewed after the sale, str.ted he couM sell the remaining 70 feet frontapc still in his possession at a similar price to thai received for the 45 feet which had hecn disposed of. In other w-»rds. the 115 fee: frontage, on the o\\ncr?s own snowing, was wcrth £141,833. Willi a view to comparing this v2tk;e with the actual assessment for taxation purpose*. 1 turned up the records in the Land Tax office and found that the whole of the land was \ allied ai £46.582, or nearly £9.000 less than \>us received for 45 feet of it. The amount of land tax paid to the State Government was £97 0/11 per annum. It may interest your readers to know that this acre of land w...
THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
THE SUN-SAYSES COLUMN. Ey "DIP-TIN." "A aepiuation waited on the Comptroller-Genera! of Customs yesterday to urge the importance of everything1 possible be ing done by the Government to encourage the' production of - alcohol for industrial purposes, in vitw of the growing scarcity of petrol." 1 fee, in the future, with wonderful clarity. The continent rocking with mighty hilarity; When, by uu: benenceat Government's charity, At. ia&t we may use alcohol as a fuel. How easy 'twill be, then, to study astrology, And view a^J the snakes never known to bio logy ; And, as for the spiders-a' new entomology will the;? be required by the nation; 1 gues \ How grand it will be to get drinks 'alcoholic (hie,;. When speeding by car in a Heat diabolic (hit I), When ev ryone's feeling a bit srclanchoiic &lt;.hic!; ; Simply b.v turning- the rap on the tank. And when in the home there is not perfect unity, ' . And Uubby gi-ows tired of his wife's impor tunity. The motor house otttirae...
CHAPTER XXVI. EDRIE LEARNS OF MR. CAMPBELLS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
CHAPTER XXVI. EDR1E LEAHNS OF MR. CASIP BELLS DEATH. "Tlc-ad Kdrie cried, in an a*«1 tone, and growing very a look of horror leaping to her eyes. "He died on Christmas ni girt.'' h.-r companion continued in the .same in sinuating tone, and with his sinister eyes still fixed upon her face. "On Christmas night repeated Edrie, hiankly. "Impossible I" "So, it is net impossible : it is true," Tom Page asserred. "It cannot be, beiauso ] was at Hollyhurst that night. _aiid be was well then," Edrie insisted, in a hu^ky tone. "I-I saw -him Vr!\ late on Christmas night." "Ah ! did you ?" the j >:? i-^:-:ai, inquired, with a |>e>i;lisr smilf. "lVr baps, th.'li he did not .ii ? :il! wards zooming. A' any rat--, h ? was found dead, in his rhair in i|;;- library as soon a.s the SiTvenis got up. and you must have made a prti i y early start not tx> have known anything about it. You skipped in the night, didn't you ?" "Dead in his chair i" Edrie could only ' contlmue to re peat the man'...
COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY-THREE. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
JXWPYKIGHT. lifesLtOAGYj -w© a ; - &lt;>o^^ooh&lt;>ck>gk>-o-o&lt;>ck>o&lt;>&lt;>ck>&lt;> Sheidqi?;- Author of ;r""|^SjU^-Dowdy -?6f a 'Girl," ;&c. ^c- . [ - PART TWENTY-THREE. ^ ; CHAPTER 3£XV. ' . ';-r'j:-:-.v£rbtes80F'- Virgona and his party ^ *tivat»oi to XionHon, re V 5VjpeaSSi^ ptiteir ; coacertvin , the Albert 4^aWia£ a fine -audience, arid ^:o:;^Baping agolden harvest there -al*o- - . .. ?".. -The.professor . was so encoura^-.vI ;hy/'.thisa success^ that lie, advei-t is**d ... jnother * in a. different part of i>on yti6n, .eDd this was attended wtth\.» jsimilarH^esult., -,:V ^ " they proceeded -through th? f}".: pniifeipd .citiffi . and: towns ? &lt;f.Eng ^laii^iarid-ScpUand, and almost everj'. to attend ; ..-" ;-* ? PaVis^ /Swas ? "next "visited, -. several .-r'->weeks l.eingspent there, V-and £Mrie .t'.3irft«e.y^pcc»lly.-delighted. with. every i. jthinfif «he! '-saw. J= ? ^e/...
Soldier's Faithless Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
Soldier's Faithless Wife. Before Mr. Justice Buchanan in the Adelaide Civil Court on Wednesday, Al fred John Cherry, of Kent Road, Keswick asked for a divorce from his wife, Blanche Evenly (see Bop-bridge), on allegations of misconduct with Thomas Stephens, of Stepney, who was named as co-respon dent. The petition set out that the parties were married at Walkerville in October, 1913, and then lived at Marryatville. There were no children. In October 1S14 petitioner went to the war and returned in August, 1919. He got lettr.ra from his wife until 1917. She received allotment money from him all the time he was at the wa When he returned ahe did not meet him. He ascertained her where abouts, and went to see her, but she said she did not want him. He had not lived with her since his return. It watalltced that respondent had misconducted herself with co-respondent on divers date at Peterborough, and in Adelaide in 1919. Evidence in support was given by peti tioner, and H. L. Gray, and T....
Peterborough Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. SUCCESSFUL WORKING BEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
, Peterborough Soldiers' Manor ial Hospital. v ^ SUCCESSFUL WORKING BEE. A working bee to dig the tree' holes on the Hospital grounds was held on Saturday last, when there were present:-Doctors Clarke and Goode, Messrs. E. A. Ham, M. Cox, A- P. Goode,. C.. Englert, Arthur Wilton, Stanley' Laurie, and Douglas Smith. Three test holes were sunk, and the soil was found to be very sat isfactory. . As there are some, hundreds of tree holes to be dug a large attendance is desired at the WORKING BEE, TO-MORROW /Saturday, Msy 8th.) Bring picks, crowbars and shovels and show your enthus iasm in the prugres3 ot the hos pitai scheme.
BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. 1st PETERBOROUGH TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
BOY SCOUTS* ASSOCIATION. 1st PETERBOROUGH TROOP. | i A working bee was organized last Saturday for the purpose of altering ind renovating the old brigade hall, which has been given to the Boy Scouts for a troop room. D.S.M. Manuel purchased some timber ior the improvements. Aisout 25 per sons were working: on Saturday, and the ladies provided afternoon tea. At 5 o'clock the boys practised tent piiching, when a large crowd watched them, Mr. N. Macdonald acting as timekeeper. The D.S.M. hopes to have a champion team soon. At the rally, to be held during the Prince's visit he intends to enter for the in terstate championship in tent pitch ing. The troop wish to thank all who helped them with their renovations, and invite a'.l to come along next Saturday. As this is costing a consider able amount, the boys would be thankful for any donations towards their building and equipment fund. Donations, no matter how small, will be thankfully received, and' may- be handed either to the Secretary...
HOW I CROSSED THE GLOBE. Story of the Great Flight. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
HOW I CROSSED THE GLOBE. %tory of the Great Flight. By Sir Ross Smith, K.B.E. The engines were cranked up-a burst of speed, as we raced oyer the snow covered aerodrome; then up, up, up, to an altitude of 4,000 feet. I breathed a tremendous sigh of relief. England lay behind us-and we were speeding through the leaden skies .'towards Aus tralia-our own beloved Australia-cur final destination. Would we reach it safely? That question iarelv entered our ipinds,' and if if did, we had so much to think about that" it was quickly dispersed. Hounslow lay far away, in the dim distance, and not one of the party of four on board foresaw the tri . umph which we were to be allowed to score for Australia by a twelve thousand . mile flight. We were" just plain human beings, with an object in view, and determined to accomplish it, and it was only on arrival at Bam/in, where we had access to the files of the leading Australian papers, that we realized what a stir had been created by the flight. , We ...
GIRLS' FROLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
GIRLS' FROLIC. A frolic, in aid of the Work Stall, w;is held on Tuesday even ing in the Town Hail, and a most enjoyable time was spent by all, the girls hiving a real frolic. Miss Parkinson carried out the duties of M.C., whilst several willing helpers supplied the music, to whom the convenors wish to extend their sincere thanks. The arrangements were i:> the hands of Mrs. A. J. Wil liamson, who, with her assistants, are to be complimented upon the success of their efforts, £8 6/ being raised. A dainty supper was served.
ROSS SMITH FLIGHT AT PETERBOROUGH. In Story and Film. "A National Entertainment" [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
ROSS SMITH FLIGHT AT PETERBOROUGH. In Story and Film. "A Vational Entertainment-" The entertainment, which will com prise the unfolding of the exclusive personal story of the great Sight by Sir Ross Smith -himseif, and the unique series of cinematograph pictures, prom ises to take the form of a truly national event. The intrepid aviator, it will be recalled, has not up to the present allowed any garbled _ accounts of the epoch-making adventure to appear in the press. This course was followed bv Sir Ross Smith as a deliberate means of preventing any narrative other than the comprehensive one from his own lips anticipating his appearance through out Australia. He realizes that this carefully prepared story will go down to posterity as the recognized history of the pioneer voyage through the sides from England to his homeland, and, therefore, must he authentic, and above all. accurate. "When I entered into the agieement with the Union Theatres, Ltd., to present my entertainments throug...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. Adjourned monthlv meeting held on Saturday, Aprii 24. Present: Crs. G. L. Ferguson (chair), E. Darragh, C. H. Meyers, T. O'Connell, H. Davies. and P. McElister. Minutes of previous inceiing read and confirmed. Correspondence. - From sec. local t'overnment department re grant for 'foroivie-Peterborough road, Hd. Gum bowie;" to be considered in connection with vote for ens inTg year. From sec. for lands re application for permission to transfer rirfn of purchase leases Nos. 9949a and 10075, and perpetual lea ses Nos. 8790 and 10631, Hds. of Par nara and Nackara. From same re bal ance of amount due for instalments on vermin loans. From same acknow ledging receipt of £230 as instalments and repayment of loans. From West Torrens district council re simultaneous months for the destruction ' of vermin. From R. W. Crocker applying for per mission to erect a vermin proof gate on one chain road between Gericke's and Leaney's, Hd. Parnaroo; matter to lie held over t...