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IT'S A MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 May 1920
IT'S A MISTAKE. Many people, in a misguided effort to get rid of backache, rely on plas ters, liniments, and other makeshifts. The riglu treatment is kidney treat ment, and a remarkably recommended kidney medicine is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. The following is the ex perience typical of the work of this grand remedy: Mr. W. Hunt. Photographer, Fiist Street. Quorn. says:-"As the result of my kidney*, being very' much out of order. 1 suffered a good deal from severe pains in my back, urinary trouble, and dizzy feelings. These symptoms were very distressing, par ticularly the backache, which hamper ed me a lot, as I could not move about freely or stoop without suffering agony. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were brought under my notice as a cure for kidr.ev trouble, so 1 roi some, and they proved most beneficial. A few doses eased my suffering a little, and five billies completely and per manently cured me. 1 say "perma nently." for three years have elapsed since 1 Rave up taking Doan...
TEROWIE V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 May 1920
TEBOWIE v. YONGALi.. The following players have been chosen to represent Terowie against Yongala, H. Thurlow (captain), J. 1-ang (vice capt) C. -Tranbath, C. Ch*-iio&lt;jth, B. Kicbardsoii, H. Chapman, A If Williams, A. Seary, O. Williams, J. Jarret, C. Williams, N. Richardson, G. Roach. L. Duuneman, S. Battersby, A Collins, F. tjawke, J. Elliot. Emergencies, T. O'Dea, C. Battersby, N. Dunneman, B. Mathews.
NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Saints V. Burgs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 May 1920
eS^ORTfl^^T^RN^F^OTBALL , .: ASSOCIATION. . Saints v. Burgs. anything but fa .J *burafeleVwhenthe above two teams fe^^^ctHM3ustons on the local' show ^Sfr^iffia'-oriJ'Saturday last. A strong fSjfate^rim lht west blew all the iriorn /l ing,: and continue d . till - late in the l^aftmiaoitland m'consequenra the ga ^jffiering-was not as large as on the '.;|piieVion£Saturdays. The Burgs &lt;.a ^ liewly formed ' team, consisting of :younjger. players) made their igsfir^^appearance on this oval, andspe -"-cnlation was rife as to how they -would .AShapelSgainst last year's runners-up in ,-j:-ihe iabove associate on. During the iS£rst?qnarter ^e Burg skipper put up jS^ istrong hadc, and were merely play Sflig-a defence game, and didnot open y their Jscore.- Curing the .second quar ^jier;ihey conteniplated several forward feino vements, and although outclassed lil^^iSr.rijpponents, they were getting 'into'their stride. "After the long in ; ter>'al they put up a great game, and ^ i...
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 May 1920
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. Fortnightly meeting,- held May 10. Present-All. -Board of Health. Dr Clarke reported that Thomas Cherry,' Keith Mitchell, and Jean Murphy were suffering from scarlet fever. Secretary to interview Mr. R Wright, of Queen Street, with refer ence to the keeping of goats. -Town Council. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence. - From Council's solicitor re electric light matters. Clerk to ascertain what the Adelaide Corporation regulations are with re gard to street lights. From secretary of Federal Band, complaining- that date on which the hall -had been en gaged for dancing had been cancelled in favour of travelling companies. To be informed that when such com panies apply, the local hirer will be given the option of paying the differ ence in the schedule tariff and secur ing the date. Secretary also to be asked to suggest to the band that a committee wait on the Council at its next meeting with reference to the Council taking over the trust...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 May 1920
RIFLE SHOOTING. On Saturday. May 35, the Peter borough Loco Rifle Club journeyed to Terowie to fire a match with the Terowie -Club, the match being 10 men a side. 8 to count; conditions-10 shots and 2 optional sighters. At 500 yards. Owing to tiie rain and gusty wind blowing, no high scoring was record ed. the visiting team being victors bv a. small margin of points. A notable feature of the match was the fine shooting of several members of both teams . necentlv returned from the front, under very adverse conditions. Scores:-Peterborough-P. C. Cole man. 46; A. Yawser, 44; C. Rogers. 44; M. Chad wick, 36; A. Lett, 36; Cant. Xoden, 35; C. Chinner. 83; D. Wald, 31. Total, 305. Counted out-R. Groves. 30; G. Gray, 28. Terowie J. Boyle, 43; Capt. L. P. N'ourse, 41; E. T. Abbott. 39; A. E. Carter, 38; T. Lyddon, 37; T. B. Cockshell, 34; G. H. Chapman,. 32; \V. Nourse, 32. Total, 298. Counted out-L. Kloss, 26.
NORTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB. Racecourse: Peterborough. ANNUAL WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. (Weather Permitting). [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
NORTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB. Racecourse: Peterborough; ANNUAL WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1820. t W talker 1'er iuilllug>. Stipendiary Steward-Mr. M. J. Ho gan (Chairman). - Stewards-W. C. Addison, Dr. C. L "Clarke, J. Keu worthy, K. A Boehme. and P. B. Murphy.. Judge-J. E. ficic, taq. standi capper-f. Goudie, Esq. Starter-J. K. Caiey, Esq. Hon. Surgcop.-Dr. A. Goode,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
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DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
OiSTRIOT NEWS. EURELIA. (Received too late for last issue. May 18.-The weather has been very acceptable as regards the few showers that have fallen within the last week, thus giving the crops that are well up a chance to keep on grow ing. A small crop of barley in the vicinity of this lown will be fit for cutting in a few weeks' time. Despite the reports re nice showers having fallen throughout the district, the water train from Quorn ?still contin ues to run daily, thus keeping the local pumper fairly busy. Another victim has succumbed to the Opal fever in the person of our genial porter, Mr. J. J. Hafnilton who left these parts on Wednesday last to. join Mr. Sine. Bray, who left here a». few weeks ago for the same destina tion. Mr. Roy Greenwell has taken up the duties of porter "here. All the gay city visitors to these parts have returned to their homes. Miss Mabel Megaw spent the week-end with friends here. Mrs. F. Huppatz. with her two daughters, has taken a trip to the city. T...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
FOOTBALL. On Saturday afternoon, the Booleroo Centre seconds football team tried con clusions on the local oval with Wirrab ara"seconds. Result: Booleroo-Centre, 8 goals ll.behinds; Wirrabara, 4 points. At WirrqJjara, Booleroo Centre met the local team, and were beaten, the scores being: Wirrabara, 8 goals 7 be hinds; Booleroo Centre, 6 goals 6 be hinds.
Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
-Weather. The weather is a gloomy feature of concern to many: cold and frosty at night, with drying days of warmth. is giving a stunted look of shrivelling decay to the green that is and in no way serving to help it along. Un less ihe providential rains of plenty soon fall to relieve the situation, it will be a bad time for. stock and stockbwners to have to continue to hand feed idle stock, at increasing prices of hay, is a big item of expenditure. The. smile on the face of the farmer Is showing a little alarm there. So let us hope a good damping comes to wash away the drv wrinkle of anx iety and make the flowers of expecta tion bloom anew on the face of nature. So .be it! .
The Times FRIDAY, 28th MAY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
FRIDAY, 28th MAY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. St. Peter's Church.-The service? next Sunday will be:-8 a.m.. Holy Communion: U a.m.. Sung Eucharist: 7 p.m.. Evensong. Ham & Sons' (late E. A. Dob bie & Co'*) Great Half Yearly Sale begins next Thursday morn ing at 9 o'clock, June 3rd. Art.-Mies L. Eda'on. teacher of paint ing, announce* that she intends ffivjji^ an exhibition of her work ill the lodge room on Friday and Saturday, June 4th and 5th, from 2 30 to 4 p.m.. and all in terfiled in Art are cordially invited to attend. For Influenza Cold* take Woods' Great Peppermint Core. Bruoa'o Auction Sole.-Messrs. W. H. Bruce,- Ltd., will conclude their auction sale to-day. There will be two sessions, on* commencing at 2 p.m. and the even ing 7 p.m. A general clearance of all foods on hand will take place. Grand Reunion of Nurses, Sailors and Sol dltr«.-A very successful social, uuder the auspices of the Father's Association, was held-in the town hall on Wednesday evening, 26th ius...
Leap Year Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
-Leap Year Dance. On Wednesday evening, our institute hall was only ha\f large enough to. accommodate the immense .gathering who came to participate in th'e enjoy ment of a leap year dance. Visitors from Orroroo, Pekina, Tarcowie, \Vir rabara, Melrose, and other distant places were . among the assembly. Misses K. Conlon and F. Brown were the very cificicnt lady M'sC. ior the evening, the music being supplied by Miss Daisy Dennis, assisted by Mr. Floyd. It was exceedingly enjoyable affair as a leap "year event; if it cul minates in a plethora of marriages, matrimonial officiators, be ready to pro nounce the sentences that bind. T«> describe the apparel of beauty adorned to please- is beyond "mere man's" des criptive art, so 1*11 not attempt to par ticularize the different costumes worn 1 couldn't if I tried.
Magistrates Court, Peterborough. May, 24th. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
Magistrates CoHrt, Peterborough. , Maj, 24th. Before Mr. 8. D.Jones. J.P., Thomas Henry, Spencer. Daniel Joseph "Pender, *udWUliasa: Cole, all younjrmen nnd vi-itorefrom the other states. were charged hy.Sgt. Ahem with befog . unlawfully on eer.ajn premi&w in Peterbor ough, and each wti sentenced to. one month'*; imprisonment, to take effect from the next ; c nviction, and ordered to leave the.town;' within two hour*. On Way the 2"th, before S. D. Jonev j.p.' (Mayor) and F. H. Frith, J.p., Joseph Ijytch was charged-by Sgt. Ah'earn. - with tne Hni»»w- " ful possession of one black kelpie shedi*'dog, which was reasonably suspected of baring bean stolen or unlawfully obtained. It appears-, that the doc, which ia belonging to Polomka, was tied up in th&lt;? stab!e»t jimc tion Hotel on the evening of 2lst inst. . T^e ' defendant had been staying At junction Hotel., for a few days, and left per train on the even- ' ing of the^ist for his camp near Nackara, kin? witlrhioa t...
BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. &lt;By "Augh.") DANCING. In whirling around ?' With a pleasant crowd Enjoyment is found And love is allowed. The ladies , who smile With a coaxing lure, Manoeuvre in style. To favor secure. The gents, at .-their best, - Respectfully bow 7 To partners to. test The graces they show. Then twiningly they To musical strains Impulses obey. Till energy wanes, It's pleasant to trace The intricate moves Where dancing with grace, Agility proves. It's pleasant to share - In union of minds, Which paynership there In ecstacy finds. In gambolling grace, Most artfully done. Attractions find place, It is amity's zone. Your scribe, having just returned from the Excitement of city parades amid the "madding crowd," where mul titudes seem ever hurrying to do noth ing, there is a languid desire to say little and woo the goddess of silence, which means an indisposition to write.
Soldiers Memorial Hospial WELL SINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
WELL SINKING. Tenders are invited for the completion . of the hospit&i well.-Price per foot until water struck and price per foot uutil a supply of "2000 gallons per day is teaured. DANCE The Parnaroo enthusiasts have *r ranged a dance, in -aid of the work *t«H, for Saturday, June 5th, and & very good . time is promised all who attend and it is. hoped that several parties will be making the" trip from. Peterborough. FENCING. A large number of the posts for the fence have arrived and A WORKING BEE is called for TOMORROW AFTERNOON (Saturday, 29ch), to clear the old post?, ' etc., along the northern end and erect the new fence. Everyone, who can possibly ! attend, is asked to make a special effort to be present to push on this most im portant work. Bring crowbars and shovels. ' THE GARDEN. Last Saturday, although there was on* ly a very small attendance, good work was done in laying out the ornamental plots, and tomorrow a further effort will be made to push on this par...
CHAPTER XXXII. HAROLD COMES TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
CHAPTEIt XXXII. HAROLD COMES TO THE FRONT. It was long aft^r midnight before the-weary girl was free to go borne, and even Jhwi she »v>uJd g-ct do rest. She was driven almost disirai*U»d by the horrible accusation. It was too dreadful to be suspected of having caused the deat^ the husbaad 01 ttii* good itouian ititO had boirieoded her iii her unhappy childhood, res cued hrr from a I iff of poverty and toil, and perhaps from one of shame and degradation. , She was not able to close her eyes in sleep the whole night, and she was completely wore out when morn ing broke, while Kellie seemed even more overcome than herself. But she was obliged to go on to" Boston that .-day ; it had been her intention to go within a day or two. for her engagement there would be gin the following week. Now, how ever. she was to go as & prisoner, although the officer had considerately consented to keep ntp a respectful distance during the journey thither. The whole party left by the eight o'cloc...
The Prince's Visit. SUNDAY, 11th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
The Prince's Visit. SUNDAY, 11th JULY. Arrangements for the we1o&lt;>rae to be exten ded to H.K.H. th* Pri.ice of Wales. on July. 11th, ave goin^ aptoe *nd tbe vi»it\rotuibes to be A r>*d letter day f->r Peterborough! ' It is u if-*rtun t* that circaa»9t*»n;e* d» n *t per mit the d stingm di"d visitor btying 'be fftu - dation S'-one of the hospitti, fcur we trust the visit will bj ju-t m > u M t'iitj .rit'i ij,-. the fuoctiou. It in ruaiour- d tha*. no addes* or eouvemr ie to be presented tr> the E'jyal Visi tor and tbat he will be nllow-d to pass on wi b a memorv of a taw illuminations and apeeohea, which trill FOOQ be overshid-jwed #ith tbe oth«r aud bifftrei d-mon-tratione in the cities, and as all the other town?, big and mb-iII, a e pressuring fome la-tin? token «>f tbe wit, which will recall to th»* mind of the Prii ce th»? ioya?ty of t'-« t-iwnsof Australia, wef*-ei eure there is no foundation for tbe inisonr »z>d that the cfsinmittee will m>t ...
CHAPTER XXXI. EDRIE'S SUCCESS AS A PRIMA DONNA IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
CHA.Pl'ER XXXT. ./EUBIE'S SUCCESS AS A PRT3IA DOVXA IK KKH" YORK. ; . At length the all-important ir»:ht ? iftrrived, and Edrie's drhut >.n ^V*>rk p^Fed to Jl>e ev«i m&lt;«r ? Jjril.ViHt than it had been in lX>mion. She took the "musical world hy fitorm, not ^niy with her puiv v&ict ami tfc« absolute perfection 01 Jlflf foSe iiiit With her iwAtiiifil! fiu4 and figure, and hsr' bright, piquant and ladylike manners. ^ ller first appearance was in Doni great opera of "Lucia di t-aui meniioor," every note and word of which was as lamiliar as the alpha bet to' her. - A crowded bouse, gathered to wit ness this opening performance of The new prima donna, for * great deal of curiosity had been awakened regard ing her. Everything passpd off well ; there was nothing to mar or jar the performance, save -once. As she was glancing over her audience, her eyes were attracted to"a too* on ber right, in widch there was a, man sitting alone. - He was bending forward, watch...
COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWENTY-SIX. CHAPTER XXX. EDRIE'S "CUP OF COLD WATER" [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 May 1920
-J-(SIL'IBIGLLT-4 - 0&lt;K>00&lt;>0&lt;H>0&lt;>000&lt;>00&lt;>^W>RU ' fEORIE'S LEGACVj . .,&lt;y&s>o&lt;xcyo&lt;KWOOOOWKKKKK) ?? Ty*^&*"*2*'?*T&lt;~ «*»»&lt;&lt;*"»» Alithtir oi ? . -lUa Dow^r - W * Giri,"~ic. te ? . - P£fiT ^TWENTY-SIX. CHAPTER XXX. x EDRIE'S "CUF OF COED WATER" rmet in a warm, fer -Vent:c3«spj and, for a moment after. - speak another - word ; . white' s?;Harold Sturtevant earnestly aearcbed |\heT_ lace of the beautiful Her «yes drobped before his glance, her ichettagrew crimson, jher heart fluttered.her pulses thiilled with the delimit^bl-being once more in" his pre ^*encg-':;v "TOcp^oUM have thought that we ' woolii ?*neet /thus ?"" Harold said at. ifcst, his tones~"tremhli ng with ear Hestinsss; "Oh, Edrie !-IGsa -Brown I can 4a^-~R«liae that it is you . Edrie' lipcovereS her composure al-' ? most immediately, and t-clear, -musi...