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N.E.A. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. YONGALA DEFEAT BURGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
N.E.A. FOOTBALL ASSOCIA TION. YONGALA DEFEAT BURGS; What had been* anticipated to be a very even match between the above two teams, resulted in rather a some what easy victory for the Yongala eighteen on'Saturday last, when they tried conclusions on the Peterborough show .ground. The weather _was ideal for the grand winter pastime, and a large gathering assembled to witness the contest. Captain Johnson won the toss and selected to kick with the wind in their favour-and* took good advantage of it-adding 6 goals 5 behinds to Burgs 1 point. . With a change of ends,_ Burgs only managed, to add 2 goals 5 beliinds, while Yongala added 1 more point to their tally. During the second half the wind dropped con siderably, and whan the last quarter began had ceased altogether; the Yongala' finally gained a victory by 30 points. Umpire Wald had charge of the game and gave general satisfaction. The team were represented as fol lows:-YougaTa-Johnson (cajpt.). Victory (vice), Howard, Williams, Glee...
—THE— "Times" Medal. OPENING OF COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
i -THfi "TInies" MedaJ. OPSNING OF COMPETITION. Owing to the delays in transit of book* we postponed/the opening of the "Times" Medal «ompetitioa last week, tut only two lots of paper* have coma to hand this wide-viz.. from Terowie and the Saints clubs and it is evident that the Ramblers, Burg« andn Tangala b»*e not yet made a start. However, in fairness to the above clubs, we must open the competition this week and award the prize-of 60 votes to the leading man as promised. We truat the other three teams will be in the running next weak and we offer a further prize of 5/ for the foot-' bailer securing the most votes during the coming week. The Terowies being on top week with 240 votes secure the extra CO votes. The totals are: G.Boach (Terowie) 300 31. Brennen (Saints) ' 142
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. —Board of Health.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL.' -Board of Health; .fortnightly meeting of Corpora tion held Monday, May 24th, 1920, present the Mayor, Grs. Bills, Dcda, Annear, Garwood, Phillips, Baldwin."; Dr. Clarke reported, that Vera Hill, ® age li, was suffering from scarlet * fever and Thelma had "Joan Engl.sh suffering from measles Secretary to inspect urinal at Fede ral Hotel. -Tow Council.- ? The Mayor stated that an in spec-, tion of trees had been made along the ? drain in Bridges'Street, and it was i not considered necessary to have them removed-Clerk to notify Mr. James accordingly. 'Engineer's re-i port for previous fortnight received/1 Traffic Manager to be asked 'to ar~ range for the Engineer to be-notified.*' when the express trains are running late. Correspondence-From Town Clerk Adelaide, re overhead Street lights-.-; To be filed for reference. From Sec-': retary Hospital Committee re supply; of water.-Resolved that water l>e .supplied under the supervision of the Engineer at 9d. per 2...
A. R. C. RESULTS. —First Day, May 29.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
A.«. C. RESULTS. -First- Day, May 29. Toorak Welter (F«-st Division), 7 furlongs. -. Melbolt, 10.4 (Higgs), 1; Marshada, 8.11 (Boom), 2; Stagc fright, 8.9 (Wright), 3. Divs., £19 19/ and £l 10/. -Time, 1.28J. "Victoria Park Hurdle, about 2 miles.-Dead Centre, 10.6 (J. Neale), *7 Mount Miltsin, 12.8 (Hale), 2; Sen ium, 9.8 (Muirhead), o. Divs., £4 2' and 14/. Time, 3:SL City Handicap, 7 furlongs. - Anot to, 8.6 (Sing), 1; Mareca, 9^ (Ki! lont), 2; St. Vama, 6.12 (Biglands), ? Divs., £22 15/ and £2 15/. Time, , 128$. Kensington Steeplechase, about S miles.-Andy Donald, 9.13 (Thomas), " I* Hardrelly,- 10.7 (Briant), 2; Ex- T calibur, 8.4 (O'Dea), 3. Divs.,-£8 and £l 8/. Time, 3.53. Adelaide Stakes, 7 furlongs.-Re pique, 8.0 (Boorn), 1; Vesper Song. 7.0? XO'i-eary). 2; Kibano, 7.10 ('Mat son), 3. Divs., £5 1/ and £8 1 /. Time, ~1.30«. Parkside Stakes, 9 furlongs.-Kin;; of the Sea, S.ll (Killoin), 1; Lord Se tay,.5.7 (Gardiner), 2; Clever Jim, 8.1 >. (Keily), 3. Divs., £2 6/ and £l 8/...
OBITUARY. MARTIN M. HYNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
OBITUARY. MARTIN M. HYNES. At his residence, Booleroo Centre, on May 25, there massed away an old and esteemed resident in the person of Martin Hynes. The late Mr. Hynes was born at West Adelaide, on No vember .1851. Some «sO years later he entered into farming- at Gulnare, after which he selected land at Booleroo Centre, to which he came about 44 years ago. After many years on the tarra he retired abo.ut 13 years ago to a residence he had built in Boo leroo Centre, where be lived to die time of his death. The late M. Hynes was married at Georgetown, on Au gust 23, 1875, to Miss Ellen Murphy, who predeceased him by about 31 years. The surviving members of his family are-Sylvester T., East-West Railway; William M., Snowtown: Maurice P.. Jamestown; John B., Port Adelaide; Mrs. J. J. Ryan, Prospect: and Miss Nora Hynes, Booleroo Centre. The deceased was of a kindly and retiring nature, ever ready, in his quiet, unobtrusive way, to do good, which entitled him to the goodwill and respect...
A R.C. ACCEPTANCES.. —[?] on Saturday June 5.— 1 p.m.—TUSMORE WELTER. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
FOOTBALL. On Saturday afternoon the Appila. Yarrowie team met Booleroo Centre ites on our oval. It v.-as a ding-dont go between the teams; which seemed very evenly matched from start finish. It was a battle royal of equal forces, Booleroo Centre first scoring a* til) a wfti mct-oy Ap ? - pila Yarrowie securing one 'ere the bell rang quarter time. In the secona quarter Booleroo Centre secured at additional behind anil 1 goal to A-J pila Yarrowie's nil. In the thirfl quarter, which was fierce an&lt;1 furious, neither side was able to score a point. In the final, where both teams were tiring from the exertion^ put forth. Booleroo Centres again scored l goal 2 behinds to Appila Yarrowie's nothing. It was a strenu ous battle of good play on both side*, with a victory to Booleroo Centre, " goals 4 behinds to Appila Yarrowie's 1 behind. It seemed to be an unex pected win for Booleroo Centre, but so it was. Booleroo Centre Seconds, at Appila Yarrowie, also had a win sgainst Appila Y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
Nerve Breakdown Mr. M. R. Watts Manager of the State Trawlers' Fish Depot, 179 King WUllam Street, Adelaide, and who years ago was known all over Victoria as a champion sprinting f dot* runner, footballer, and athlete, is emphatic in bis opinion of the merits of this great medicine. He writes July 7 th, 1916 B CLEMENTS TONIC LD. "I consider the benefit* derived from four medicine cannot be too widely known, therefore I want yon to publish this letter. "To any man in active business who wishesto keep healthy and who requires a good medicine I have dis covered there is nothing to equal Clements Tonic. " Not only is it good for the person who is downright ill, but is also good to take at all times. " My wife had a severe nervous breakdown, and it was nothing else in the world that cured her but Clements Tonic. "1 do not hesitate to recommend it. Use this as you wish." (Signed) Mr. R. WATTS SEND TO YOUR CHEMIST OR STORE FOR IT TO-DAY AND SEND ILL-HEALTH AWAY , Oicmeuia T&lt;-.ij...
WEDDING BELLS. VICTORY-McKEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 June 1920
WEDDING BELLS, VICTORY-McKEEN. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Anacletus Church, Peterborough, on Wednesday' morning, May 19, when Mr. P. J. Victory and Miss E. Nellie) McKeen (eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McKeen, Railway Terrace), were united in the holy bonds of matri- mony by the Rev Fr. E. Ryan. &nbsp; The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly gowned in white crepe de chene, trimmed with silk fringe and a court train, suspended from the shoulders, and bearing the usual veil and wreath of orange blos- som, tastefully arranged in a mop-cap style. She carried a pretty flower bou- quet of white phlox, sweet sultans, and chrysanthemums, and maiden hair fern, with a frill of tulle and satin streamers. The bridesmaid, Miss Nellie Kerin, of Kapunda (cousin of the bride) wore a pretty frock of blue voile, trimmed with cream all-over lace and black rib- bon velvet; a smart black hat and bou- quet of blue and pink antirrhinums, blended with bl...
REVIVAL OF GOLDMINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920
REVIVAL OF GOLDMINING. The Minister of Mines (Hon. T. Pascoe) on Friday referred to the re vival of gold mining activity as illustra ted by the parcels of ore being sent to the State batteries and cyanide work's at Mount Torrens, Peterborough. Tar coola. and Glenloth. Twelve parcels, he said, had been received for treat ment in the past seven weeks. These were chietfy trial lots from new places, and ranged from 50 tons to 5 tons. The last three were worths o( mention; 5 tons 7 CUT. from the Homeward Bound mine. Mannahill, had returned gold valued at £62: 5J tons from the Wondergraph claim. Tarcoola. had re turned gold valued at £61 : and Si tons from Sheoak Ridge, near Williamstown. had returned gold worth £47. In addi tion to the net return of i!59 paid to the owners, £38 (a premium of 13/ per standard ounce from profits made "through the Gold Producers* Associa tion) had been paid over to the pros pectors." In several cases the premium had been more than sufficient to pay the whol...
DANCE AT PARNAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920
DANCE AT PAfeNAROO. The dance organized by Mrs. Wil liamson. in aid of the work stall, at Parnaroo on Saturday night proved a huge success, and theVthanks of the promoters and the hospital committee pro out to the Parnaroo friends for their valuable assistance to the hos pital. and for having provided such an excellent outing for all. Several car loads made the trip, and report hav ing spent a most enjoyable time, about .10 couples joining in the even ing's programme. A number of the local bandsmen, under Mr. H. Brztuer, kindly attended, and discoursed a fine programme of mn?ic. Mr. L. Koch acted as M.C. During the evening sweets were sold by the ladies from the sweets stall, and £2 5/6 was raided by this means. In addition the evening's takings amounted to £20 0/3, included in which were the fol lowing donations:-Mr. F. Mattey, £2 2/; Mr. Sanders. Mr. Winter. Mr. McAllister. Mr. C. O'Dea. Mr. F. W. Heming. Mr. B. Gericke. Mr. H. iones, £l 3/' each; Mr. J. T. G'TooJe, JJ/6: Mr. D. l...
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Good Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Good Progress. Good prugrei=-is sun .jcing msde in hospital matters, and eiunusiasm in tiii scheme seems to gron; each day. - The 1-air JSext Thursday. The ladies are working very hard for tlie l air, which will be opened by the Hon. J. G. Bice, on Thursday next at 3 p.m., and the event promises to eclipse all previous rtcotds. The subcommittee in charge of the Fair, with Dr. C. Low ther &lt;_iarke as secretary and treasurer, are leaving no stone unturned to ensure success, and everything will be in readi ness for the opening. Everyone must make ai) ,effort to attend and do their bit to add bricks and mortar to Jhe buiiumg, nhicii is aiready v» ed on the nay. and money will be wanted shortly to meet the contracted paymenls. Now is the golden opportunity to prove your keen sympathy with the hospital scheme and brings to a successful issue that' which we have wished ancT waited for for the past. 25_. years. Spend freely; you will get it back in you...
COLLECTING FOR STARVING BABIES. MAN USES MONEY FOR HIMSELF. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920
COLLECTING FOR STARVING BABIES. MAX USES MONEY FOR HIM SELF. Adelaide. Friday. In the Adelaide police court to-day, Albert K. Tusner admitted having had insufficient lawful means of support on the previous day. Detective McMahon told the bench that with Constable Cornell he saw the defendant on Thursday. Tusner said that he had been collecting on behalf of the Broken Hfill starving babies' fund, but had not sent any money to the Barrier since April. He had collected £2 6/. The defendant told the witness that the reason he had not forwarded anything was that he was too hard up. He had collected under the name of 1. E. Reid. and had got money from 0/ persons. The S.M.: From all accounts, you were the starving baby. You will go to gaol lor two months.