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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. May 1.-Last night, in the institute, a large number of residents met to say good-bye to Mrs. E. M. Robertson and : Miss Goldie Robertson, prior to their departure from the district." Mr. W. D. Roach (Chairman of the District Coun cil) presided. Miss F. Markey played an overture. Mr. Roach expressed the good wishes regarding the guests on behalf of the people of Terowie. Messrs. P. G. Sneyd (Oddfellows', Lodge), T. Faul (Druid's Lodge, and members of die Roman Catholic Church), and O. A. Witt,(for the school children). Dr. A. Goode attd Air. S. R. Simpton sup ported. Songs were given by Misses K. Schmidt (2), Vera Adams, Meiss, Melvia, and Hayles, and Mr. R. J. Cul lan, and Mr. W. F. Johns recited. Mrs. Robertson and family have been resi dents of Terovrie for about 18 years, and have done gbod service for various local movements. A substantial cheque is to be forwarded to Mrs. and Miss Rofcerston as a token of appreciation of their work in the interests of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

F. H. FRITH, licensed Land Broker -Auctioneer Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, Transfers, and all Documents for the purposes of "The Real Property Act." HOUSES,'FARMS, 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 10 M. B. RYANj, AUCTIONEER, House, Land, and Genera] Commission Agent, QUORN. VALUATIONS AND SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF DISTRICT. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. TRANSFERS, MORTGAGES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED. Addre**: Box M. Day after day, the trained chemists of the "UNITED" PAINT FACTORY are scientifically searching to effect an improvement, no matter how slight, in the formula for the manufacture of UNITED mS PAINT "Australia's Properly Protector So near is "UNITED" Paint to die point of perfection now, that it seems humanly impossible to make this paint better, but i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

SOUTH BRITISH ' ACCIDENT ^-Mrturtnfce Company,-Ltd. A jHirei. (^Wilrthiuii Umjuny, ^Ivlliohi^i - capital, £3,000,000. riptiQn of Property, io .^X^XACKS ana GROW Sr-; insured v at. Loviii &|..yV^l>A31AGE' -BY' « »y«red .W«t6but Extern rr-~-- protacted accident* IjDDtit. Rate*. .vJ^erf«ct4iecority. froqfptS»ttl«m»nts. " 5%|l^efc^&*nf^ Street'. ..": Jiuifir. ? s^v9h«ltliet(Ac)roiiBb - - *. HEITHERSA^ ; JfAj)UfB S are recommended. to r-"~ '?liV ?TIT" ." si ' i~ . ?-. y »> >w "iimicaoca . 10 Next 4i *«fcrly ts ^blsiUe JUidthui ?r*S^T*el,fartl% «korta»t Write « xiHW for qootatfona for Binder mnd -- Swnng Twines. V' ££2?LTD, C ^OiHaiNtl BUILDINGS, V ADELAIDE, |«.mW.Hackett, , i liimn an WI»>iKKDH}G- fflKMinm NlH»KRyMEN. & FLORIST! LvQaatfty flmnr'-Sttdi and Selected Vegetable . j^Cat glotc, Wr«ath». Poaiaa, jgg£S£S|^ags»^ Horticultural Rcqtii r^^w*»i' - imteodc[4^ Sptv gw^J!«ifcBit4 Se ed*. B«» "*W.; Poultry Food*, etc. ® .. apgcially »Uend«d :.-8 *55H8S...

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The Times FRIDAY, 7th MAY, 1820. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

FRIDAY, 7th MAY, 1820. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. Mctbodltt S.8. Pionlo.-At the Methodist Sunday School picnic to be held at Ucolta on Monday next, dinner and tea will be provided by the Women's Church Aid Society. Excursion train leaves Peter borough at 9.30 a.m. Beautiful New Sport*' Coal* at Ham & Son's (late Dobbie's). Sudden Death.-Mr. Samuei listen died very suddenly at Murphv's Hotel, Peterborough, <m Saturday last. Tlte deceased was employed at Melton sta tion, near Yuma, and lmd been in the town for about two weeks for a holiday. The police and the coroner (Mr. S. D. Jones), made enquiries, and deemed an inquest unnecessary. The deceased was about 50 years of age. His relatives reside at Jamestown. Foetbell RetulU.-Mr. H. O. Taylor, bairdreuer, Main Street, ha« arrange*! to lifcva the linfcl reeultg of the league Hiiti K.E. Association football poited up is front of hit ehop at...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and 11, Petersburg; 8.30, Lancelot; and 10.30, Yongala Usual evening devotions, 7, Petersburg. Methodist-u a.m. and 7 p.m.. Re* A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 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 before 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. STRIKES YOU AT ANY TIME. Never know how or wKen bachache pains will strike you. The kidneys will to wrong, and when they do the first "warning- is generally through the back. Neglect means many serious ills; it's only a short sttp from com mon backache to rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, dropsy, serious kid r.cy disease. Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills cure every iK oi the kidneys and bladder. Read this testimony: it tells of a cure that lasted. Mrs. A. E. Carruthers, Bridget Street, Peterborough, says: - "For some time I suffered with a constant aching pain in my back, which made every movement a torture, and 1 cou...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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MOTHER'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

MOTHER'S DAY. (By Nina Murdock.) 1'ut on to-day the whitest llower That in the autumn garden's blow ing For her who hrinprs the world a dower Of love past measuring or knowing. Tile soft while love that Mother Eve Knew with her babes in Eden's gar den; The steel-white love of those that grieve, Yet soldier-proud their pale lip? harden, Put on the flower of love white-hot Worn statelily by Spartan mothers. The bloom untouched bv sorrow's blot That now may grace a thousand others. Put on to-day- the whitest flower Wrought by the year at sunny leisure For her delight who quecn^ each hour. Each, shining hour of this daj^s measure.

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N.E.A. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

NJE.A. FOOTBALL ASSOCIA TION. -Season Opens To-morrow. The" opening matches in connection ? with : the ;abdve association . will be played to-morrow, when Saints and Yongala will play on the Peterborough show grounds, and Ramblers will jour ney to Terowie. Judging by the. interest already manifested, the season should be a most successful: ojie.

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Burgs v. Oodla Wirra. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

-Burgs v. Oodla Wirra. The newly formed Burgs journeyed to Oodla Wirra last Saturday and se cured a victory over the locals, the final result being: Burgs, -6 goals >15 behinds; Oodla Wirra, 2 goals 4 behinds.

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Coming Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

Coming Home. - On Tuesday evening next, at the town hall, Uiss Adrienne Ray will appear with her dramatic company, headed by Fran .is Hugo, the eminent English actor and ?inger, in the famous drama "Coming Home," or "Is Bigamy Ever Justified J" The play achieved an instantaneous suc cess at the Theatre Royal, Adelaide, at Christmas and will be presented with the same company, beautiful dresses and songs as then. The united praises of the Adelaide press and the publio guarantee the success of this production, which is a clean out comedy drama, acted by clean artists at popular prices.

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R.A.O.B. ANNUAL BALL. Successful Function. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

R.A.O.B. ANNUAL BALL. Successful Function. The annual ball, to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Ne'.ia Lodge, .No. 15, eventuated'in the Town. Hall, Peterborough, on Monday night last, and proved a grand success/reflecting much credit on . the Lodge. The:c were approximately 60 couples pre sent, consisting' of brothers of the Order and friends, who were prese.nt by invitation, and were given an op portunity of verifying to the prin ciples of the RA.O.B., which pri marily stands for philanthropy, and conviviality, charity, and good fel lowship, and is non-sectarian. On entering the hall one couid not help admiring tlie pretty decora tions, which consisted of . rod and yellow streamers and flowers, whilst around the walls the- flags - of the Allies were prominently displayed. The supper room also came in for much admiration, the tables being very nicely arranged. ' The program opened with the grand polonnaise, and dancing was kept in full swing until 1.20 a.m., when the electric li...

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S.A.S.E. Accesptances. First Day. May 8th. 1 p.m.—FIRST HURDLE RACE. Two miles 358 yards. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

-First Day. May 8 th.-^ ? 1 pjn.-WEST HURDLE RACE. . TwomUei 358 yards. Mi»» Kaaalyn ll =->9 MerryBob . .9 8 y&erot&ti - lt'J6'tSt,aU .9 7 Samakb 10 9 The Gaffer . 9 0 Fortunif'Bby * S 1.8 -,Venez\l»» 9 0 fAftoiiila 7 9 10 Winero»e 9 0 Seglum 9 9 LordPenda 8 0 , -Ulai Boaslyn'orSamBfai " X45-THE ELOEE STAKES. -j;..v-,One'imleAnd one^ariong. Wee Gun 9 I Clever Jim 8 11 Scot*a3ean 813 King of S#& 8 11 -SfewBho* 8 13 Mulbrook 8 11 Dependence 8 12 Wallosh 8 11 ' BiniiU4'j^;^-S"J2 vLord8etay .-8 .7. 8 7 " tariorm" 8 It Hy«dw 8 S Queen Comedy 4 li Bui- :: s.i5-OOODWOOID HANDICAP. SiifarfongB. £UtolanB(iHo.'-. - ; 'Shoni^to ' j 7 ;9 UHbi-paf) v^0 S, Oniw&OiMB Lord Setay 9 4 Vine. 71b/pen)7 S "tragic Star -'S IS Paraian Belle 7 S ~j4notto (inc. 7 Taffala 7 2 >3b.«o.-) aX&,ai .Momba King mpS8ir>t*l**Jil l» ?> (mc.'71b.^pen) 7 8 Cobrima 8 7. liady Sudor* 6.12 LadyAnton 8 4 St. Vama 6 7 ' Michael Br* v« -S Chamois , - '.6 7 ' Angelia ' .. ^13...

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SPORTING NOTES. BY Tartus. TURF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

SPOR1 IMf TURF yiXTGKES. : " 8, JO. JSr-Slft-W f- . .'* Club .1 '.*?- \- ~--~3V .<*. ": 29-A.R.C. Birthday ileetiiiK Jun« 5, 7-A,R-C. Birthday Meeting ! "it-Port Adelaide Racing Club " 31-Pjwt

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FOOTBALL. Ramblers v. Dawson. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

FOOTBALL. -Ramblers v. Dawson. Quite a large crowd assembled on the Peterborough show ground to witness the above match on Saturday afternoon last The teams competing represented the Ramblers and Dawson, and although the visitors could only muster about a dozen men, their team was quickly filled lby eager subs and by the time they commenced, they had 19 men in die field-a fact that was not protested by the Ramblers. Taking the play as a whole, it was far from good football, notwithstand ing the fact that good play was emi ?nent, but at rare intervals. However, it bong the- first match of the season for :a. lot of the players, one could ^faardlv expect to witness a game as usu ally displayed later in the season. Nev ertheless, this outing should greatly im prove the play to-morrow,- when the N.E. football season opens. Throughout, the game did not lack excitement, neither team gaining a great advantage of the other, as the scores indicate, and although the Ramblers won with 'ten poin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

Bennett & fisher, Ltd., am 2! if ama ting. Bennett & Fitter and Cheadle, Cr«M and Co. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. WOOL and PRODUCE BROKERS. Head Office-ADELAIDE. Branch and Counter Marks t»: Broken Hill, Peterborough," lit. Bar ker, Natrne, Hurray Bride*, WUluttft, Sun innlla, Pert Adelaide. Weekly Sales, ADELAIDE. ABATTOIRS Usuiiyi-Cattle. Wednesdaya-Sheep, Lambt, Fi|i and Calves. Mondays-Sheep Skins, Rabbit Skins, Hides, etc. PETERBOROUGH MARKET. Third Thursday, monthly. Liberal Cash Advances made ip»H the coming Clip and Produce Hied ipmonoe COMPANY, LTD « 'ARMSRS. INSURE WIT* THS UNITED INSUKAJJC* COMPANY, LIMITED. A Purely Asietfias Iutttaiioa ft re, Marine, Workmen's-^orapMat -ton, Personal Accident and Slckmse Ut* Stack. South Australian Branch-No. It Weymouth Street. Adelaide. T C REYNOLDS. Mttacet a im Unstrungf Nerves " I put your medicine to the test." He. r. Cm COOK, Head Salesman at one of the best known comjBMrdll ; Anns fa> Bindley Street, Adelaide, writes...

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Second Day, May 10th. 2.10—ADELAIDE CUP. One mile five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 May 1920

-Second Day, May 10th. 2.10-AlXEL AIDE GtfP One mile five furlongs. .King of the Sea Crusader (inc (inc.IOlb. pen}9 9 71b. pen.) 7 Dependence * 8 6 Boontree 7 Wm Gun ' - -8 5 Pantoo 7 Cape Sky 8 5 WaUash 7 Green Cap (inc Pr'ce Bartjolph 7 51b. pen.) 8 2 Clever Jim 7 fitagagiri 7 12 Bon Vue 6 Intolerance Fruit Bat 6 (inc.71b.pen) 7 12 Minchinbury 6 Queen Comedy 7 11 Katiga 6 See t'e Jean 7 7 Telegony 6 Daarewin 7 7 Clooher 6 . -Crusader or Cape Sky King of the Sea next beet. 3-MARION STEEPLECHASE. . About two miles. Fatal Brror 11 13 Overtime 9 Letite ; 10 9 Paddy Million 8 Sir Piatol 10 9 Sxcalibur 9. Hardrelly 10 8 Tiutra 9 Dowlingvilie 10 8 Brewster -9 Aiyanihun 10 7 The Nav j 9 -Sir Fietol or Aryantbue 7 3 3 2 2 0 13 9 7 7 7 4 0 0 0 0 0

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LOVE IS BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

LOVE IS BLINB. "Ho you believe in iove at first Mght ?" "'Of oour.se T do. There's Mapgsfoy. for in-tniiLV. Do you suppose his wife would etvr have married him if eb^'d tiik-.ii a second look al his face ?" Onion skins washed and put into soup trill htflp to brown it and give it a flavour. %

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CHAPTER XXVII. MR. RICHARDS AND EDRIE EXCHANGE CONFIDENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

CHAPTER XXVII. MH. RICHARDS AND "RDBTIS EX-" CHANGK CONFIDENCES. Neither the professor nor Mr. Rich ards knew anything of Edrie's his* tory previous:" to her going to New " ^York. ...Mrs,Oraham had told her she : thought it would - not be necessary for -ber. -to eater into details, and had - simply introduced her as a friend ol ifaeJamily.and thus JYofessor Vir gona supposed her to be a relative. "Yes," : Edrie answered to Mr. -Richards' query about her having beeninBoston; but she flushed very . \indly ;&t liaiing committed herself thus; for-she.feared being questioned further. . Her friend remarked her lush and confusion, and, though he would have, beenglad to -have -had a certain sus picion confirmed-a suspicion awaken V«i 1>yher words - he would not an noy her then by expressing any fur ther curiosity regarding the matter. /"By the way/' he .said, smiling-, andthinking thus to change the sub ject and set iter at ease, "I could al most take my oath .- that I saw you wa...

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JOHN LEE, "THE UNHANCABLE MAN." PETERBOROUGH, TUESDAY, 25. ORRORO, FRIDAY, 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

JOHN LEE, "THE UXHANGABI.F MAX." PETERBOROUGH, TUESDAY, ORRORO0, .FRIDAY, 28. The high degree of perfection to" ? which' the cinema' art has been In ought, is well ill'jstratcd by the admirably pro duced story of "The Man Thev Could Not Hang," which is to lie"1 screened after a must sitccisstul season at the Theatre Kcyal, Adelaide* Tiwillinsjly interesting from first to !::.-t is the record of John Lee. the martyr bf~thfc' Bablccombe tragedy. Three :alen);)l were made To"1iang him. and each one proved unsuccessful. Lee. who vigor ously protested that he was innocent of the murder of Miss Keyse, with whom he had been oh the best of terms whilst in her employment, was the vic tim fO{ such an astonishing chain of circumstantial evidence that his guik appeared , to impartial judges to be thoroughly established, and the convic tion recorded against him was generally approved. But circumstantial evidence is not always the best of proof, although many legal lights had asserted. that human...

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HIGH COST OF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

HIGfJ COST OF PAPER. At the annual meeting of the Pro vincial Press Association, held on Fri day,, April 30. a report was read from Mr. T. M. Shakespeare, Secretary of the N.5 W- Country Press Association, on the paper situation. , Following is a summary of the report: "The present paper situation is entirely due to the American and Canadian paper combine taking full toll of a world-wide short age of paper. The ruling price of paper to-day is £74 13/4 per ton, c-.i.f.. Austra lia. The landed price, including exchange and tonnage, is, therefore, about £90 per ton. Although there has been no material increase in the cost of producing paper since the new year, the following market quotations have ruled: December price, £37 6/3, c.i.f. Austra lia; January, £46 13/4, c.i.f. Australia; February, £56, c.i.f. Australia; March, £65, c.i.f. Australia; April, £74 13/4, c.i.f. Australia. The question arises how much higher will the price of paper go, and how long will it be before prices will b...

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