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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY-FOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

-iKi^cppsEloter^ vOOOJXH>OpOOOOOOOOOOA6S^ fOBiE'S LECAGYj .Q /.> r "ijOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ~ Sheldon. Author of "'That Dowdy of a Girl*9 Ac. -&c.- : ti&T %^WSNTY-3FOOR. ""You - said there wa& something mysterious: about his death was the cause of it ?'* continued .Ed rie,. Miming her frank. innocent ejes companion: " -^Poison.' He was murdered 1" "Poison-murdered ! Oh, do , that 4s too dreadful to think of !" cried tW^orror^b^en girl. " with *rt-m cjbling: bps.^.- -.?.-? ./-.*.v..- "-. " JTIl-js true, though. There was a post-mortem examination,. and poi son-monplune-was found in ws stomach- ''At . fiiret it was thought .^t he'*aa toJcra .it to destroy tarn gglf - gfoerwards auspicious, cir- : \4r\unstanoes pointed .to-pointed other wise. The papers were toll of it- -hat - wa5"»>rfore J left Boston. Our firm -.transferred its business to Kew Tor* about- the 1st of February." .. . .. "Ohi it JS terrible ! Bow could. Mis Catnpbai bear it?-Who could ha...

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Fathers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

Fathers' Association. [From "The Orroroo Enterprise."] The Fathers'" Association, if hammered at long enough, should in time be a solid body in strength and influence. In all parts of.the State new branches of the "Dads" are being formed and on Friday night a meeting was advertised to be held in Orroroo, but the re sponse only numbered an audi ence of six to listen to the ad dresses given by the delegates. The vice-president of the Peter borough branch, Mr. Hill, presi ded, and he was supported by Mr. Shakes (well known in the repat riation worid) and several others, including the secretary of the branch. After listening " to the addresses the whole of the "Dads" present formed up and became members of the Peterborough branch. It is interesting to note that the late Mr. W. Robertson (who was laid to rest on Friday last) took the initial steps in the forming of a branch in Orroroo, but illness overtook him and his labors in the cause came to an end. Mc. "W. Toop now fills the breach ...

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"THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG." A REMARKABLE GAOL DREAM. PETERBOROUGH, TUESDAY, 25. ORROROO, FRIDAY, 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

"THE HAN THEY COULD NOT HANG." A REMARKABLE GAOL DREAM. PETERBOROUGH, TUESDAY, 25. ORROROO, FRIDAY, 28. In the history of gaol life surely mankind knows of no more astounding dream than that connected with the "Babbacombe tragedy. John Lee was sentenced to death in 1884 in connection with the murder of Emma Keyse. The evidence against him, although only cir cumstantial, was overwhelming. On the morning of his execution he related to the prison chaplain that he had dreamed that the gallows, after three attempis to hang him, failed to work. This was what actually happened. Three times he was placed upon the scaffold, and three times it failed to work., lliis case has no parallel in criminal history. When this became known it created enormous interest, and hundreds of meetings were held all over Englayvl to secure his release, but all in vain. His sentence was commuted to penal servitude for life, and he served 23 years before he was released owing ti. the real murderer confessing to t...

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SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartus." TURF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

SNORTING NOTES - By "Tartus." TCTBF FIXTURES. almiffidon BttciugGub jfe^g^t4AaaOL«ittiaMr Meeting f^^^;7-i^fcc. Biiiliday Meeting . p^SiiS^o'rt'Aielaiae Sacing Club ^,^'^31-aPort fine fiapingOlob .

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HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. April 21. Present-AH. Tender accepted-Cent. No. 42, J. W. Callary, 62/6 per chain. Works ordered Crossing at gutter on stock road, Hrt. Wirreanda, 10 chains gravelling Yed nalue road near Ruddock's, 40 chains Willow Plains Road, 25 chains Wilson Road niar Smith's, and grader to stau as soon as possible. Payments-Dis trict account, £88 10/: Government grants account. £28 is/. Local Go vernment Office notified that £300 had been allotted as special grant to re pair danjage done by the floods earlier in the year, and that £180 was allot ted for Willow Plain main road.

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BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. MAY-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. (By "Augh.") MAY-TIME. The Month of if ay, when all is gay, The Mother Month of gladness here , When Nature smiles with luring wi!e And hidden charms meekly appear. Verdures of green earth's_ bosom screen To bud and bloom in beauty there, And gently sway to zephyr's play In foliage fertile and fair. The month of joy God's rains decoy Increasing treasures from the earih Which warmly holds each germ unfolds Perennial promise of new birth. Warm sunlight brings to living things .A vigour of ethereal zest To animate existing state; Exquisite grandeur to attest. In May's caress there's tenderness ~ O'er leaflet *vfrail and branch . and bloom, All Nature tries to then arise From summer sleep 'ere winter gloom. May 9th.-We are having a. little rain, with fierce cold north winds blowing to-day. A good fail of rain, " ever the inch measure, would im mensely benefit the country now, and bring new life to the drooping green, where crops are up, and' give a go start to al...

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S.A.J.C. Acceptances. Run May 15th. 1 p.m.—SECOND HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 36 yards. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

S.& J.C Acceptances. ^ ^ -Bun Haj 15th. -SRnOWIIxHPRDLE RACK. ""S^v'^jrfipj'indta'i'ifl 36-ystda. «*'- g,I 1 1 .. - tiLT ^ 8.1 furi°ng». - -- -?' - . i^u^-lO « Topay | | S 8 St#««Boy * | 3 S CartiUa * * ar?3 ^tth* . ® . * S y,st j>oo»d» « ? -* t Nurse CaveB 8 .' s * P. & P»-tctioB 8 7 %13 Mntato"! * ' 8 il I Sbj10 PeMttntaUtaon# * r* >'JUBK pui* . " " v'.Monjbpolifct = v , fe 9 5 or St. X.eoc*di® v ,*S-THS 8TEBP^ECqaSE ?£>. , *About«mennl*» si Hf i : i£%y $ J s o -Sir'yutd or Hardrelly 1 330-*? * 3,fl ®A3H>ICiP t*- On# *nti * h*U mil« 'SSEJ H «9SKzr e W1ju &nku « » l^^GUi 7 » StaiefrisJit | * 5S&KU tu w; .. .' 7 415-JUVSNILE HiKDICAP " -"? Fire Furiun«8- . . ? ^?Action 9 10 UgWSwV «;» ? 8 11 Octopus. - | | 3*ri« >? « ^ fufan . ® * . | S^se.l 6 8 ^S^ufce»d« « 0 < « | asJIJWiP!' '«i< Tnttie LmOfc C » 3ton?'I2S<Lv 1H Dundclk « ? tSF^nsss s; l^ty *' 7 -=Befr#ption or Avery s-jtotaUzaSob handicap. _ t SK*uclo...

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RAMBLERS AT TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

RAMBLERS AT TEROWIE. The Ramblers journeyed to Tero xvie on Saturday, and were badly de feated by the home team. Some of the Ramblers'were unable to make the trip, and it is hoped they will give a better accoun'l of themselves on their next visit. The m^lch was in the hands of Umpire Mitchell, who gave a fine display. "Bill" Adams won the^ toss, and decided to kick to the sou-v thern end, with a slight' wind blow ing, but soon found out that the . Terowie backs were hard to pass, and .the. ball travelled up and down till Terowie opened with a behind. Then the Ramblers took a turn, and a free to Meadows resulted in raising two flags,, but Terowie quickly evened things up again, Richardson, who was playing a great game, scoring Te . rowie's first goa}. Shortly afterwards Meadows put on another sixer, and Terowie added three behinds, the quarter ending-f Ramblers, 2- goals. Terowie, 1 goal"^4 behinds. Terowie rushed in at the opening, of Ute second quarter,, and quickly added two goals...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

Bennett & Fisher, Ltd., amalgamating Bennett ft Fisher and Cbeadle, Craae and Co. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. WOOL and PRODUCE BROKERS. Head Offica-ADELAIDE. Branch and Country Market*: Broken Hill, Peterborough, Mt. Bar ker, Nairne, Murray Bridge, Willunga, Jiorr aneille. Pet* AcMaids. Weekly Sales, ADELAIDE. ABATTOIRS Monday*-Cattle. Wednesday*-Sheep, Lambs, Figs and Calves. Monday*-Sheep Skins, Rabbit Skins, Hides, etc. PETERBOROUGH MARKET. Third Thursday, monthly. Liberal Cash Advance* made against the coming Clip aad Predate. 'A.RMF.RS INSURF WITH TTTK UNTTED INSURANTS COMPANY, LIMITED A Purely Aastraliss Institution ^"re. Murine, Worfctnen'f Compeast tiot, P*rsoaal Accident and Sickncss Live Stock. Sootb Auttralian Branch-No. IB WtriBoiitb Street, A<?eJ»i«ie. T. C REYNOLDS, Uiki« QUORN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 198Q.J £210 STAKES £210 Stewards-Messrs'. B--Grunik<, A. 31. , Noll, R. A. Bennett, and EL J White. Judge-E. :N. Twope...

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S.A.J.C RESULTS. First Day, Saturday, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

f f SAJ.C RESULTS. .: M»y 8. niilw 338 yardt-Mibi -Itoi^^^Urinilisl.i^ Wjmero^e.9.2 S. Dire., 3B»«ndI7>7«.^ima,4.IJ5. 9farlong«- " 1- Dependence, 8*12 , _ lererJim SlflKiellyJ. 3. TO^»^«iasi<8«;*Tiine, 1,88. ' Qoeclwpad Handicap fi&dniifn"-Ibraot, CJB'JKiflarn)'SSjric Star,& ISlCouneU). Si AnKolix, 7.12 (Lewi.), 3. Div*.. 2J 4a vuil SSTTum.I-US. ' j - U.-A_st»k<»,7Jarl<mK»-®-«»o, 810(Veale), *1: Cteillfc;<J8 (Dempgey). H; H«f motion, 8 8 IKn.*£l 3&is3i31Ei. Time, 3.99}. - ?8c. Lept Shakes, Ij miles-Hyadep, 8.8 |Lnm)i 1; Crgaider, SJOtBani), 2; Bakop, Jli (UeQsinbl 3." Diva.. £118a. Timr, 3 4. .' ^PiBhiir Himdicap, li milea-D&artns. 8.0 ilKiiloin)Il;"QniBen Cbmedy, 8.2 < Hamilton), (Godiiwr), 3. Kit, £T 11a jwi JtZ-- ,EaieJ 2.7|. ;

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ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA. Sir Keith Smith's Visit to Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA. Sir Keith Smith's Visit to Peter borough. Sir Keith Smith arrived at Peterborough by-the Broken Hill express on Saturday morniuar, and was met at the station by the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones). At 12 noon the distinguished visitor was extended a civic welcome at the town hall, which was crowd ed. On the platform, with the Mayor, were Crs. E. F.' Dodd, A. Williamson, F. Annear, F. Bald win, Geo." Phillips, L. J.'Bills and A. D. Garwood, the town clerk, the Revs. H. A. Melbourne and A. H. De La Rue, Messrs. W. H. Hill (Cheer-Up Society), J. H. White (Fathers* Association) and Lieut. J. O. Critchley (Re turned Soldiers Association). The "Mayor in an appropriate speech, welcomed the distinguish ed visitor and referred to his career and also to that of his brother, remarking that it was a wonderful flight, from England to Australia,- and they were all proud to know that the feat had been accomplished by returned soldiers and they Australians; praise was also due to the ...

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THE EXHIBITION. Science at the Peace Exhibition. From "The Advertiser," April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

THE EXHIBITION. Science at the Peace Exhibition. From "The Advertiser," April 18. One of the most instructional and in teresting working exhibits is that of Messrs. Laubman & Pank opticians, 69-71a Rundle Street, .Adelaide. This exhibit is situated in the central an nexe, and demonstrates daily the com plete process from raw product to the finished spectacle lens. The lens may be traced from the origin of crude glass to the highest degree of grinding arid finish, equal to the best the optical world can produce. The visitors will observe that one of the first processes is the turning up of metal discs, which decide the curvature' or "power of the lens. For instance, if convex lens of a certain power is re quired, the grinding disc would neces sarily be concave, and of exactly the opposite curvature. The rough glass is mounted on a sives having been removed, the grinding This in its tjrn traverses the face of the grinding disc. Various abrasives are used to bring about a perfe...

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Second Day, Monday, 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

-J* 8?conH Pity, Monday, 10th May. ~W«fcer Hdcp., 1 mile-Scuts Jean, 1<I.0 4Foilbtiatnl. t i Antbe, 8.4 {Wright), 2; Black WKa^XCaaaSll 3. Diva^ £fi and £4 12s. Tum,X«S. J AcoeuaA Hdcp, $ fnrlonga--Tragic Scar, , :9.7 (CenneUl,!; Eiatolarte, 9.13 (Fcmlsham). 2i Coorima. &.7 lDfcmpteyj.3- Bin, £26«v iond'£3lft' Suo^dJB. ~ iaa*ifleCop, 1 iqife jiifprlonga-Wee Gun, ;£.S(Hup»ood), l j GreeoGap, 8.2 (Keilyl. 2 j jQdeehComedy, T.jll tHamflton), 3. Din., <£l314**sd 4.610». Time, 2.53f. MmrionStesple. 2 milee-Sir PiBtol, Jfl.9 ilBfltVI ; Hwwffly, 10.8 (Briant). 2; Exeil ^ekpi. S.O (OH»a), 3. Diva-. £1 19b and £212a. «Hww 4J2^. Camden Tridi, 1 mile-Ked Sable. 9.4 <Cuupl«ll). .1; Caltela, 87 (Hutchens), 2; Bay-Fox, iTtHnieit), 3. Diva., £6 and fIS»° Timei:4:«A. ^tnwjry Hdcp., furlongs-Refraction, 8.12 :? {Lewul I; Uesw, 10.5 (Veale), 2; Li(?Lt Seal. 6.7 (Stater), 3. Diva , £2 le and £1 9a. Tim*. 1.18J. Baker Hdcp, 1 mile-Anoexit, T.» Deuip 1; Kayal Bud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

IF YOUR STOMACH IS OUT OF ORDER TAKE EISURATED MAGNESIA. If you don't feel just right alter eating-if you have that' full, dis tended, uncomfortable fce'.ing-tiie chances are 100 to l that three Bisu rated -Magnesia Tablets will relieve the pain, discomfort, and distress in less than five minutes. Bisurated Magnesia is readily obtainable from any- chemist, in both powder and tablet form, and if you will give it a test you will get quick relief, ft* you eat too fast, too much, tro late at night, the food is ton rich, or do any .thing e'se that usually upsets y ur stomach, then take three or four tab lets of Bisurated Magnesia, or a half teaspoonful of the powder in a little water. Being a powerful antacid, the Bisurated Magne-ia on entering t^e stomach counteracts the acidity which is the direct cause of y-ur pains and discomforts, and when the neutralising 01 the arid is complete, fermentation, gaseous accumulation, flatulence, wind, and kindred t»*oub?es cease forthwith. Immediate ...

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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

THE SUN-RAYSEb COLUMti. by "Dip-Tin." The Richmond City Council has re solved that the sum .of £25 shall be expended in connection with the wel coming of the Prince of Wales. News item. "I move, Mr. Mayor-and damn the' expense! (Please pardon the swear word-I mean no offence), That we, here and now, on Imperial grounds, Do vote you the sum of full twenty five pounds, To welcome the Prince like a prince, sir. "Let archways be built in Corinthian style, In Doric, in Gothic, Renaissance each pile, Designed by an artist of world-re nowned name; With carvings symbolic of Rich mond's fair fame, To welcome the Prince, like a prince, sir. "As tokens symbolic, would look very pretty A blacking brush rampant for Lewis and Whitty; A starting gate garland for Johnny Wren's show; A bag of blue (azure) for Harper and Co., To welcome the Prince like a prince, sir. "Let all Richmond streets be ablaze with bright light, To make our fair city a glory by night. _ Of banners and flags you might buy a f...

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FOOTBALL. OPENING OF THE SEASON. Ball Bounced by Sir Keith Smith [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

FOOTBALL. OPENING OF THE SEASON. Ball Bounced by Sir Keith Smith liie opening matches of the above "association were played on Saturday last. Ramblers journeyed to Terowie to play the local IS, die home team gain ing an easy victory. Yongala visited Peterborough, and tried conclusions with the Saints on the local show ground. The oval is anything hut in good condition for the gVand winter pastime, die soil being very loose and dusty; but the rain experienced during thu oeginning of the week will make a mailed improvement in this respect in the luture. "A large number of specta tors attended to witness the contest, but wesc rather disappointed with the class of luotoll displayed. The kicking was exceptionally ppor on both sides, com bined with verv bad judgment. Time after time the forward men. when only a short distance from the goals, at tempted to drop kick instead of punting /die ball through, but on almost every occasion they missed. It has been proved that better result; are ob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

E. H. FRITH, Imsed land T " . - Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, Transfers, and-all Documents for the purposes of - "^Tlie Real Property Act." HOUSES, FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS b r AND BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills. Prepared. " F. H. FRITH, ' MAIN "STREET, PETERBOROUGH. . ..._, Opposite Railway Station, S.C. Middleton, 1 - "-. Late A.I.F., ' - ? j ~ (Successor, to M. B. RYAN), : , AUCTIONEER, ' - I House, Land, and General Commission Agent, . ... ;* < QUORN. . " \. VALUATIONS AND SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PAltT OP j -V " DISTRICT. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. TRANSFERS, MORTGAGES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED. Address; Bex M. : lie Gs-OperaQve Insurance Co. «f Australia, ltd. . . ..' y - -' : THE- CJ.C. .uthorised Capital, £100,000; Subscribed, £SS>SJtO; Paid up, £45,770. " V ^ * . ? THE. i hk. Farmers' Co-Operative Union, ltd Having'Secured a substantial Shareholding Interest in this EUREL^ "O-Oj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

> MPE, MARINE, ACCIDENT insurance Company, Ltd A.purcii .Company, authorised capital, £2,000,000. Every description ol Property in $&Dgr^ST*CKS and GROW. CROPS, insured at Lowest p??£^.Rates DAMAGE BY - ^-coircrcd Without Extra . premium. v Employtrs . protected ^B»nat <h«r liability for accidrntj *«H>eir workmen Lowest Rates. Perfect security . -i -i ;n - Erompt Setdemeiits. ^ S A Branch--Grenfell Street , _M- AJHWXN, Uioifer. . ;;;? r.vf Agent ;U- Peterborough R- HEITHERSAY. SWUNG TWlJfe.; ^ASaiERS are .recommended to .ecure their Supplies for Next -IJjfa6? ** y *s P°ssiMe and thus I' se"°°* shortage. Write J <wee for quotation! for Binder and Sewing Twines. ° ' H 3- MNN0 t CO, LTD darling BUILDINGS ADELAIDE. ?£. & W. Hackett, . I-IMriED ? tom.iiS?®13 SEEDSMEN. NURSERYMEN. ^ FLORISTS. - * ^Ll*h lower Seeds and f "H?*. SpedaUy Selected Vegetable ' SMda; Cut Roweta, Wreaths, Posies. 11 - °qU*tc-: Be" Agricultural IN^JPtodder Grasses Splend...

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The Time FRIDAY, 14th MAY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

FRIDAY, 14th MAY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will IK*:-8. Holy Com munion 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong; 11, Yongala. Rain.-Boisterous weather on Sunday hrought up nice showers on Monday and Tuesday, which will materially supple-nent the splendid fall of last month. The present opening is one of the best experienced in the north for sev eral years and should we be fa vored with a wet spring a bumper harvest will result, although the area under crop will not be as large as usual. Don't forget Eucb;e" Party and Dance, in aid of Hospital Fair, Town Hall on Monday nigtt, 17th. Ei Jockey Club. - A meeting of the Peterborough Jockey CMu" Committee was held at the Sec" retary'.s Office on Kriday, when the president (Mr. P. B. Murphy) occupied the chair. It was de cided that the annual winter meeting beheld on July 10th, with six races and stakes £200. The services of Mr. M. J. Ho^an, as stipendiary steward to be se cured. The S^cty. was instruc ted to Ret...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 May 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Ho!v Mass, 8' and -11 Petersburg, and 8 and 10.30 Yon gala. "Usual evening devotions 7 Petersburg. Methodist-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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