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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
^. TIRE, MARINE. ACCIDE N T. Insurance Company, Ltd. 'A j-^rely ; V: Australasian . Company, authorised ^ * capital, £»,000,000. Every description of Propertv, in m y "^Sirig tlAYSTACKS and Gl, O W ? ING CROPS, -insured v at L..«est fcy Current Rates. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without i'xtra Premium. Employers pro- -cted afainsttheir liability for acc ^nta ip.their vorkmoi. Lowest Kates. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The Herbal Ointment for CATARRH, PILES BURNS, COUGHS COLDS. Etc. ?£*"*-£^Frice, l7«. "All Cheinistsand Stores ' or direct from .. BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., 18 ARCADE, 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, etc.; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. *ery Stock oi every desc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
DEATH. Perryman.-On June 6, at Peter borough, result of burning accident, Margaret Ramsay, 69 years, wife of John Perryman, late of Nelshaby and Port Pirie. leaving- a sorrowing hus band, two daughters, and six sons to mourn their loss. "God moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to per form."
PETERBOROUGH SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
PETERBOROUGH SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. At the committee meeting of the above, on May 27., the project was taken up with great enthusiasm. It was decided to hold a Hospital Day on August 36, to be carried out,-on similar lines .and .take the place oi Australia Day, when it is anticipated that £1.000 will be raised. Special buttons will be' provided. >' AH the sporting and athletic bodies, with the various patriotic and friendly 'societ ies, have been invited to assist. The Yongala and Coglin District Councils are to be approached, and their sym 'pathy and support solicited. A pub licity and .concept committee has ^aiso been organised^an'd as 'the concerts are under the supervision of Mr.; L. Gluyas, their success is assured, "the concert party will visit all the ad jacent towns, give a concert,- and at the same time publicity will be given by' one of the'; ifteiribeFS of ttie, com- i ' mittee, who will explain the objects of the scheme, and appeal, for funds. The Federal Band w...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
PERSONAL. Mr. William Luke, of the Educa tion Department, died on Monday at the Ivadina schoolliouse, after a brief illness. Mr. Luke who went to Ka dina from Peterborough about two years ago, closely identified himself with all patriotic efforts in connection with the war, and proved himself to be a valuable citizen. While at Pe terborough he took a keen interest in the affairs of the town, and was :i lower of strength to the patriotic bodies. Flags were half-mast on Tues- : day. and the-Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones) ' forwarded a letter 'of condolence to - Airs. Luke and family. He leaves a widow and grown-up family. He was 50 years of age. News has been received by Mr. E. Jcphcoit, of Peterborough, that his son, Lieut, li. jeplicott, has been men tioned in despatches. He left here with the 3rd Light Horse, and saw 4 h year?;' service. Sub-Inspector Blake, formerly of Peterborough, who is about to retire from the police force, has been pre sented with a travelling rug and dress ing gown...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
COURSING. The Sunriy Brae Coursiug Club ran a 16-dog stake on Wednesday, June 4, but ovinfr to. the scarcity of, hare.-, were unable 'to complete the stake, and five dogs divided. Usually Sunny Brae has an abundance of liares, and is able to run their stakes very early in the day. Mr. A. McCallum acted as judge, Mr. P. Howard slip--; per, and Mr. M. Liddy secretary;. Re . suits:- ' Draw.-Tulip beat Duntroon, J.J.F. beat Broncho Tracer, Godetia beat Star Beverage, Eileen-Adair beat As pidistra, Red Witch beat Macadoo, Ubique a bye, Lady Ranji beat Au rora, Olive beat Sweep. First Ties.-Tulip beat J.J.F-, Go detia beat Eileen Adair, Ubique beat Red Witch. P. T. Mitchell's Tulip. Jones and Patterson's Godetia. M. Liddy's Ubique. T. Clang's Lady Ranji, and T. Dermodv's Olive divided the stake, £18. In the evening a very successful so cial was held in the Sunny Brae schoolroom.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
STOP STOMACH DRUGGING, Neutralize the ~ Dangerous Acid with a little Magnesia. Stomach drugging is t dangerous. Drugs often deaden' the \nerves and render them insensible to pain, but pain serves a good purpose-it is Nature's method of indicating that something is interfering with the smooth working of the human organ ism. When the fault is corrected the pain .will cease. Pain after eating heartburn, flatulence, etc., etc.- usu ally indicates not that the stomach is diseased, but ' that it is troubled by . excessive aridity. The- acid, irritates and inflames the delicate lining of the stomach, and so causes pain. ' Ob viously it is of prime importance that the cause of this pain should be re moved, and to accomplish this you should obtain souse bisurated niag nesia from your chemist, arid take halt a teaspobnful in a- little, water immediately after meals. This is. t'he remedy which .produced such excel lent results In the case of Miss Alice M. Allen, 69 Fletcher Street, Auburn, Vic...
ACCIDENTS AT PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
ACCIDENTS AT PETER . . . BOROUGH. A; yery., sad burning-accident befell Mrs. Margaret Ramsay Perry-man, wif^ of, John Perryman, late of Nelsby .and Port, Pirie, on Friday-night last, and she sustained such injuries that she-died a few hours "later. The de ceased lady, on account of indiffer ent health,-had been staying, wilh her daughter, Mrs. Pink, of Main Street, Peterborough, for some con siderable time. Mrs. Pink left the room for. a lew .-minutes on Friday night, and upon her return found 'her mother in flames, her clothing evi dently having t)een caught alight. by the iire.' The flames were, overcome alter- the ? greatest difficulty, but not' - before all the clothing had been de stroyed. Dr. Goo&lt;3e was in attendance within a few moments, but the un fortunate lady was be3roud aid,, and passed awa3r before midnight. The corpse was removed to the Burra on Saturday for interment with the deceased's parents. The family have been most unfortunate of late. It is ' 011I3' ...
MILITARY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
MILITARY SPORTS. The Peterborough Military and Athletic Sports, which were" ahan boned on account of the Avar, were revived this year and took place 0:1 the racecourse on Saturday last. Ttie clerk of the weather must have had a serious difference with the committee, as, after nearly a fortnight's perfect weather, Saturday morning broke dull and cold and very little sun was to be seen all day; consequently the at tendance was not all that it should have been for such a laudable object as the repatriation of - our local boys, lor which the sports were pro moted. Nevertheless from 200 to 300 adults braved the elements and speni a most enjoyable, though cold. day. A procession, consisting of ihc Military and Boy Scouts, and others, marched to the racecourse at 12.30 and the officials were soon in their places and sn early start was made with the programme, which was got through without a single hitch, reflect ing' great credit upon the secretaries (Lieut. Noden and S.S.M. Sparrow), the,...
QUORN RACES. Saturday, June 28. The Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
QUORN RACES. Saturday, June 28. " The Nominations. Splendid nominations were rfreived on Tuesday for the principal events to be decided at tile Quorn race? on Saturday, June 28, and eve:;, thing points to a record day. The course is in excellent condition, and arrmjfe , ments for riie day's ourijVg arc* well in- hand. The energetic secretary (Mr. W. R. Thompson), as usual, is leaving no''stone unturned to r-ihold " the'-high standard riiat lie has achieved in the past. The following j- the .. list of nominations received: Hurdles.-Tinbov, Holy War. Py ridmic, Tot Melba, Andy D >nald, ' Grace Watson. Dextral, Bay Trent. Disputant, Epicteus, Snnnv More. Lo chia, Muttawarrali. Sylvan Belle, Perambulation, Pinballie. Flying,-Eyebrow, Perlnbie, Zet mar, ? Aliton "Belle, Tot'Melba. Battle Queen, Red Trent-, Gratiosa, Koiindo, Persian Belle, Bectol, Ethel M., Dell Rose, Killarney Rose, Marie Carola, Field Glass, Paddilli. Quorn Handicap.-Laroon, TTallin ta, Arise, Wairakie. Albaree, Sno...
SPORTING NOTES. PETERBOROUGH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
m&lt;mE& - i By "Tartu s/' ' PETERBOROUGH:.- RACES. Owners and-trainers, are n. n'niied that nominations 7for. the' ). ;ucinal events to ie run on July .it the Peterborough Races ~will do;.; with the secretary' (Mr. S. ?D. Joi 3). at . Peterborough, at 9 p.m.. on *T;i :rsday next, June 19, and tliat no retries can be accepted after the ap;..'inted. . hour. A liberal programme h;s been : provided; and ai- record Tneei.-:g is looked forward to. Special vrains, with excursion fares, will be available ou all lines, full particulars o: which will be> advertised later.
MARREE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
MARREE RACES. A successful race meeting was lield at-.Maree on May 28. The wea ther was perfect: and the attendance was large. __ .Much of the success of the meeting was iue to the efSergetic secretaryr^Mr. Ivan Lawson). I?e Pt-';'suits:- ? - v Trial Stakes, five furlonfrs-Mr. W. '. Smith's Border King. 1: Mr. _H. Bris coe's Nicholas, 2: Mr. J. O'Loali f.^in's Wyacca.'ii. Also ran-Billy Boy. - Fullfordti Gurly, Ulaima Hobart,- and ?'=!V^fissing';*;I^n1c. Marree '.Handicap, one and a onar ?S:,tier. niiles-.-^-Silr.; J. Itvan's; Little John. J-V'dl Mr., D'. Scoliie's Merry Monarch, ' 2; Mr. W. Smith's Hector, 3. Also ' ran-Mona. Bachelor, Rosebud, and - Christobell.^ ~ Hack Race^six furlongs.-Mr. M. -y "Johnstone's" Marigold, ?*1> ; Mr. W. feskMfclsbys Sir .Evelyn, 2: Mr.: 1. Ped ^!&lt;pnfc Billy^o^,,knd Merty :Merty. , I:' ? "M»v ...fi;-iLSy's": ® °°A*b ^Duchess, '3.--v Miss Mona. '. -V*'.' * ' ? Mergoti Handicap, six furlongs. Mr. J. Ryan's Little John, 1;. Mr. M. Johnsto...
PORT AUGUSTA NOMINATIONS First Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 June 1919
PORT'AUGUSTA NOMINATIONS First Day. First Hurdles.-Tot Melba, Andy Donald, Grace Watson. Dextral. Dis putant, Epictetus, Lochiel. Sunny More, Lanner, -Sylvan Belle, Mutta warrali, Perambulation. Pyraniidic, Yandiah. Bay Trent, Pinballie. Mortlock Stakes.-Eyebrow, Tosrig Belle, Dell Fire. Bonnie Vincent, Per lubie, Zetmar. Battle Queen. Tot MelbaJ A11 toil BelJe. Queen Freder icka. Nellene. Dell Rose. Wizzo. Field Glass, Gayara, Bucyrus. Kolindo. Tennant Cup.-Laroon, Snow-town, Kalinta. Backward, Arise, Albaree, Maelhatn. Gratiqsia, Arltun.ua King. Plenty, Boontree. Marie Carola, At tonite. Red Trent, Chardor. Jumpers' Flat..- . Childwick, To.t Melba, Grace Watson. Epictetus, Loc hiel, Lanner, Sylvan .Belle, Muttawar-^ rah, Perambulation". Pyraniidic, Pad dilla. Bay Trent. Pinballie. Flying Handicap.-Bonnie Vincent. Blafil. Battle Queen. Maelhatn, Ethel ? M" Killarnej1- Rose. Marie Carola. Field Glass, Paddilli, Hilda Rose, Red Trent. -. Welter Handicap.-Laroon. Snow town, Tinboy, Pe...
(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
> .&lt; (Gopyjcigbt.) - :. 1NTHENAME0F THE CZAR. By GRAYSON, Author of "Vera Shamartn." "Tfce - Hooee of-OrfAiioff," &c. PART 12. "An accident .that will *nd in our going back to hard labour." snarled Trolov, whose anger was getting the better of him. "It was-a piece oJ cursed careleeeness. Now there is no thing to do but die of starvation' or wait here .in the darkne&B to be tak «n." . . "No hard wordsr t»mrade," inter posed Pushkin. "We are, not sure (that the box was dropped on the floor of the .shaft- It may be walled ur; with the slab. At all events, we sbal. not stay here like caged rats. Come, .give me a hand, each of you. Throw away your shovels, and retain tht picks.*' . He dropped the lantern, and thrust his own pick between the rifle strap and the .bundle that contained tht Cossack uniform. Alexis had the offi cer's uniform, and he "held it with tht same hand which he gave to Push tin Trolov sullenly took Pushkin'* other hand, and thus they grop...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
SACKS OPTICAL PARLOUR JEWELLERY STORE VTHE GIFT THAT WILL PLEASE!, - * FOR MOTHER, DAUGHTER, I WIFE, * SISTER. GOLD BROOCHES, 5/, 5/6, 7/6,' 10/(5 to £4. GOLD RINGS-Engagement, Dress, BANGLES - Curb, Plain, LOCK hi S, 0/6, 7/6, £2. NECKLETS, J2/6 to £5. Band, Stone Keepers. 1/9. 2/G, 5/, 7/6. TRINKET BOXES, 1/, 1/6. 15/, 20/. JEWEL BOXES, 5/6. 7/6, WATCHES, £5, £12. CELET WRISTLET GOLD EXPANDING BRA 21/, 40/. Leather Strap, 12/6, 17/6 WRISTLET WATCHES lock, etc., 17/G 21/, £5. Fancy, Bamboo, Pad £4 10/. MUFFCHALYS, £3 2/6. HAIRBRUSHES, in Zyolonite, Eb ony, Silver and E.P. Mounted. PHOTO FRAMES, 2/. 2/6, 7/6, 10/6. CHAIN BAGS, 10/6, 15/6, £2 2/ LEATHER HANDBAGS, 6/G, s/6, 30/. SILVER THIMBLES, 2/6, 3/, 3/6 4/6. k FOR FATHER. SON, HUSBAND, BROTHER, A WATCH, many different kinds and makes, from 8/6 to £12 10/-. GOLD LINKS, 12/6, 15/6, 42/. >SILYER LINKS, 3/6, 4/6, 6/6, 8/6. GOLD WATCH CHAINS, £4 12/6, £5 10/, £e 10/. GOLD MOUNTED SILK ALBERTS, 17/6, 21/, £2, £2 12/C. GOLD PENDANTS,...
DEATH OF MR. A. NAISMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
DEATH OF MR. A. NAISMITH. On Saturday morning, 7th inst., death claimed one of the early resi dents of the Jamestown district in the person of Mr. Alexander Nai smith, aged 79 years. The deceased gentleman, who was one of James town's most highly respected citizens, was horn at Salford, Manchester, and came to this State by the ship Mace don with h&lt;s parents in 1849. After a brief sojourn at Gumeracha, his father, Mr. William Naismith, took up land at Tungkillo, and subsequent ly Mr. A. Naismith carried on farm ing pursuits there. In 1872. with his brothers, Messrs. F. D'. and R. Nai smith, the deceased came to the Bela lie district, and in the following year purchased property in the Hundred of Black Rock. Two years later Mr. Naismith came to Jamestown, and in partnership with Mr. James Coombe established a general storekeeping ?business and timber merchants. Upon the dissolution of partnership Mr. Naismith took over the premises, and in June, 1884, commenced business in...
"Hearts of the World." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
"Hearts of the World." The climax of "Hearts of the World" was screened in all its reality at Peterborough on Thursday by Messrs. J. C. Williamson, Ltd was even- more thrilling- than "Birth of a Xation" produced by David Wark Griffith, rccognized as the master pro ducer of the world. It is an epic of the great war, epitomizing in the lives of a handful of people the nat ional tragedy of beloved France, an ungrossing- corned}' drama, a love story surprising in its sweetness. Much is expected of a Griffith pro duction. In "Hearts of the World" much is given. Under the auspices of the British and French Governments unique opportunities were given to make the filming of troops in action authentic and advantage of this was taken to the fullest extent, most of scenes being taken on the actual battlefields of France. There are panoramas which seemingly stretch for miles and include within the scope of the lens * thousands of soldiers charging or retreating across the open country. There ar...
TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
TEROWIE. A preliminary meeting was held in the Institute on Friday afternoon to consider the erection of a Fallen Sol diers' Memorial. Mr. \V. D. Roach (Chairman of the Council) presided. A committee, consisting of Messrs. W. D. Roach, W. J. Markey, L. Wattke, F. Lock, and Mrs. Woodgate, .was formed. Suggestions to erect , a granite obelisk or O hospital ward were discussed. It was resolved to send a circular letter to each ratepayer re questing his attendance at a meeting on a date to be fixed. On Friday night the business places remained open1 until 9 p.m., inaugurat ing the closing at 1 p.m. on Satur days, instead of Wednesdays, as for merly.
WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
WELCOME HOME. A welcome home was given iri the Town Hall on Friday night last. The attendance was the largest on record, and also the number of soldiers on the platform. The President of the Cheer Up Society (Mr. R. A. Boehme) occupied the chair. The returned men were:-Sgt. H. T. Prisk, Sgt. Cliff Appleby, Lce.-Gpl. E. A. von Ber toch, Ptes. \V. Murphy. M.M., \V. Hatchard, Roy Platten, W. G. Mit chell, H. Watson, and W. O'Brien, Ptes. Rawsley, Ritchie (2), "Turner, and Thomas (of Broken Hill), and iPte. W. Hughes (Yorketown). The President welcomed the soldiers, and the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones) amplified Jiis remarks. Other speakers were: Cr. J. W. Bowering, Revs. S. Bower ing and A. H. Melbourne, and Capt. "T. Critchley (President local branch Returned Soldiers' Association). Musical items were rendered by Misses Bowering, Harding, and Frith. Messrs. E. F. Dodd, J. W. Bowering, and E. Shields, and Master L. Potter. The accompanists were Mrs. P. J. iMartin and Misses Wald and Potter....
UCOLTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
UCOLTA. A public meeting was held here on the nth to consider the action of the Railways Department in cancelling the ordinary mixed "and mail trains from. Peterborough to Cockburn and from Cockburn to Peterborough. It was pointed out that the department was running a train three days a week each way, besides the 'express, and that -the running of this train could be timed to meet the mail and passenger trains from Peterborough to Ade laide. The matter of making Ucolta a paying station was also discussed. At present no payments for goods^br parcels can .be made here; and tickets by. those who travel can only be ob tained as far'as the next and nearest station, which is Oodla Wirra on the one side and Peterborough on the other. In -this way wh^n passengers were travelling to. Broken Hill, Ade laide, or any other station the amount of lOd. to Oodla Wirra and 1/ to Peterborough was all that was credit ed to this station. The money that should be received here 'was thus cre dited to the...