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The Times FRIDAY, 11th JUNE, 1920. CHARLES DICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

FRIDAY, Xlth JUNE, 1920. CHARLES DICKENS. . . Fifty years, ago on Wednesday died Charles Dickens, the greatest novelist of the nineteenth century. His death .was .startlingly sudden, and it caused a ' demonstration of grief both in England and America. In . the United States there was a time when Dickens was desperately unpopular: but the ill-feel ing caused by "Martin Chuzzlewit" had all passed away before his death in his home at Gadshill had removed the most striking figure of his generation, and America joined with his own land iu paving tribute to his transcendent gen ius. His imagination (he described it as '*1 ;mcv" ^ was so vivid that as he relates, he had lo hold it with a strong rein lest it should run away with him. He created a whole world of characters, dozens of which are more real to his admirers than are many people whom they know in actual life, ll used to be the fashion to depreciate Dickens, to scoft at his "sentimentality," to say that he could not describe a gen...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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High Cost of Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

High Cost of Paper. 4-8 we have to start this week on our new stocks of paper at increased cost, we are reluctantly compelled to make a charge of 3d per copy, instead of 2d. The new paper is, however, a larger 6ize and we will consequently have greater space for news, thereby giving our readers something ex tra for the slight increase iu our changes. All subscribers who have paid their subscriptions before June 30 wiil be carried oil without any further charge.

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-The ser\i--cs on Sunday ncxi will be as follows;-11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. E. A. Ham & Son's (late E. A. Dobbie & Co.) Great Half-Yearly Sale Now On. Postal Matters.--The local -post master advises that letter pillars will, in future, he cleared at S p.m. instead of S.:*o. ;ts heretofore. Also that there .will i>e no delivery of telegrams re ceived at 9 j).m. A Queer Bequest.-John D. Glee son. an old age pensioner, who lived hi Myers Mreet, Geelong. drowned himself in a hath on Tuesday. He left three } 3oiter> >h«>winir that it wa> a case of deliberate suicide. In one of his letters he requested that his hodv should be handed "\'or t>> the warden ?»! the I'ni \ei'sil> lur thr u>e ol tile medical achuo]. Tiie police communicated with the war den. v.'liu agreed to accept ihe hotly. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs, ind CoMfc. never laili. The dea;h of Miss Rho'da Brough ton. the popular, novelist, is r...

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YATINA COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

YATINA COURSING. The Yatina Coursing Club ran a 24-dog stake .on May 26 and .27, which " proved highly successful, the winner ..turning up in Rarsleti and McColl's £-d. Chain, by Amber Chain i -Sensation. The officials were: President> Mr. A. J. McKay; /Vice presidents, Messrs. M. Leonard, P. Ii. Murphy, E- A. Cousin, J. T. Konopka, J. P. Travers, and \V. Thoroug hgood; Stewards, Messrs. W. TJio roughgood, C. .Sheridan, F. Travers, A/ J. McKay, j. Pugsley, E. Casey, J. P. Travers; Slip Steward, Mr. Mat Clark; Controllers of Beat, Messrs. T. Victory and W. Jeffs; Proxy. Mr. T. Martin; Judge, Mr. \V. Eriright; Slipper, Mr. E. Jeffs; Hon. Sec., Mt. Jf. T. Healy. -Fjrst Round. Cincavalli beat Aurora, Adieu Ma rie beat After Hours, Glorious beat Cetione, La Boiselle beat Connie ErsVcin. AustriUis beat Wilson's Thought, Flash Dan beat * Dunluce Castle, Gordon's Queen beat Bakc rine, Linda Still beat Auriole. Black Streak beat War Loan, Wristles beat Godetia, Chain beat Lady Isabella, D...

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Returned Soldiers' Club. Property Secured. Good Scheme Under Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

Retained Soldiers' Club. - Property Secured. Good Scheme Under W*y. After much troubler'and labour the Peterborough Branch of the R.S.A. have at last secured a suitable building, for their club, and upon our representative wait ing upon the'president /Dr.* C. Lowther Clarke) we were inform ed that the. R.S.A. had made a very satisfactory deal for the property on the corner of "Lloyd Street and Railway Terrace, own .-ed by Mr. Smallacombe, of Crystal Brook, with the payments;, spread over 18 months. A number of necessary' alterations will be made and as the Associa tion include j members / of all trades it is anticipated thai all necessary labor will be carried out voluntarily. A general meet ing is being held this week to draw up a. definite scheme for the running of the Olub and the idea' seems to be that it willbe open to the general public, aq weLDas to the diggers, payment of a sub sciption. This is"'"a>very wise! step as such an institution is sad ly needed in Peterborough a...

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FEDERAL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

FEDERAL. CRICKET CLUB. -On Tuesday, May 25. the captain of the Federal Cricket Club. Mr. L. Bills, invited the members to his home at Col-, lins Street for the purpose of winding up the season. Federal players and sup porters turned out in force, and a very happy evening was spent. A billiafd tojrnev was eventually narrowed down To two champions (Hardy and Harry) and in a keenly fought final, Mr. Leices ter. emerged _ victorious. Mr. "Tonkin was, however, successful in winning the puzzle contest. The evening passed all too quickly, and it was impossible to complete all the competitions. After light refreshments had been enjoyed by all, the secretary of the club gave a resume of the season's performances. Mr. Bills, .as donor of the shield, then presented, it to Mr. Ferry, heartily con gratulating all the players on their s:ic _ cess in winning the shield and wishing " them every success in their future ef forts to hold it. Mr. Ferry, as vice captain and secretary, expressed his prid...

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The New Governor. ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. An Expert In Agriculture. Enthusiastic Welcome. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

The New Goyemor. ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AUS TRALIA, An Expert In Agriculture. Enthusiastic Welcome/ - The welcome of the new Governor (Sir Archibald Weigall) and Lady Weigall was most enthusiastic all along the line from West Australia, where he left the water and travelled overland per the East-West .express. v~ , A veey enthusiastic welcome was ten dared at Ouorn ^ " -At Peterborough- - . A hearty welcome was given by the Mayor , (Mr. S. D. Jones) at the railway station. -The Mayor, Councillors and., leading citizens were introduced to Sir: Archibald and Lady WeigalL . The school. children were lined up on the' platform in charge of Messrs: Ilitch cox and Johnson (headmaster and -mas ter of High School respectively). A very larg^ crowd was present;" and the station was artistically decorated with flags, bunting, etc., The Mayor, in his speech of welcome, referred to Sir Archibald's career dur -ing the war, and his interest in agri culture. The Mayor also mentioned the erection of. the S...

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N.E.F.C. V. Gawler. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

N.E.F.C. v. Gawler. The above Associations tried conclus ions on the Gawler oval on Monday, June 7th. - - The whole of the morning it rained and things in general were adverse to good footbair The Gawler skipper won the toss and took advantage of a slight wind ; how ever, this <lid not effect the Northeners From the b>unoe Shields was put in possession and a' major resulted. The leather was sent to and fro until the Gawjer forwards got busy and raised the two flag . Gawlei added auother goal and 3 behinds while the Nortfeeners ad ded 2 gnults 4 behinds more to their tally before the lLrdt bell rang. The second quarter was in favor of the Gawler eight een, they adding 25 poiutb to the Nottb eners 4 points. Dixon was having a bad run of luck, out of four shots within easy distance he could not raise more than one flag. The play during (he third quarter was very even, Gawler's kicking was very accurate while the kicking of the Northern meu w&6 anything but good. T...

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THE RUN-RAYSED COLUMN. FIVE YEARS AGO. 25th April, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

'THE RUN-RAYSED COLUMN. '"DIP-TIN." FIVE YEARS AGO. 25th April, .1815. Five years, of all those Ages h^ve been told, <' Down which shall ring tSe grandest epic song, . - That ever thrilled with pride the world's great heart, And made Man feel that Man 'twere good to be. Five years ago, from ever storied Troy, The sprites hf Homer's warriors looked down, And saw such deeds of derring-do as drawfed ' The prowess of brave Priam, or the 1 fight 'Twixt Hector'and Actfillgs at Troy's - gates. "Brave men there were ere Agamem non was," They cried. "We thought^ not, braver were to conle^_ What Helen fair is, she for whom these fight, And shed their blood so joyfully?" they asked. From close beside them, in the spirit space, There came proud answer irom the Any'ac dead "For no one woman, were she e'er/ so ' fair, Made we a bloody shrine whereon to lay As sacrifice, the springtime _ of our -lives; But, for the World's Great 'Good, for , Truth, for Right, And in the~name . of Libert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

ii g. aI}d certify' ilortgages, Leases, gonial! Documents for this purposes of %perty Act." RIVER MUfeRAY ORCHARDS '3INESS.ES FOR SALE. a," Surveys Arranged, and Wilis ~ Prepared. . .. 6 -T SET, PETERBOROUGH. Josite Railway Station, Late AJ.F., ~ 5ii&essor to M. B. RYAN) ^ -AUCTIONEER, ' . nfe snd General C«mriiission Agent - QUORN. .^jj|jL _ JONSAND sales CONDUCTED in anF?Xrt OF DISTRICT. . .,"^_Ji^^^gA-SSESvDF INSURANCES EFFECTED: ~ SPERS, MORTGAGES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX -jRExraws fwsp«n>.,---\ >. - ???: ^ ^ Address: Box 41. & JESSUP, ere - BATTERY EXPERT S - r Merbuw^b. ^nsjwimce ?«. Aui^alia; ttd. ;-C.UC. ?; -vf~; . .' #0? Subscribed, .£52,520; Paid up; £45,770 I^THE^ . - -v; .. . iftaatial Shareholding Interest .in this PURELY ncefXjottpacy, a BRANCH OFFICE has' beer ; Street, Adelaide. Effected; viz.:- ./ ' ?tation -Buildings, TSJachiiiery, Sheep, ~ Stacks ^.^CQMPENSiATION, PERSONAL, ACCI gJgp^S^ MOXOR CARS, PLATE CLASS, LRS ! Tills fs YOUR Ccmpany. ; c...

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A British Mine-Sweeping Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

A British Mhe-SweepingJinreatkw. H.M.S. Vernon is the home of the engineering training and ex perimental school of the British Navy at Portsmouth, and we are iinly now h-sriiiniiig to learn some thing ui" ilie remarkable devices which originated from the officers attached to that school. One of the simplest and most ingenious was the recording depth meter designed by the Mining School. In minesweeping it is essential to know that the sweep-the wire which is swung between two mine-sweeping vessels, is always below the level of the deepest mine, and it was to meet this condition that the apparatus was invented. It consisted of a small torpedo-shaped arrangement with a piston working against a spring. The deeper the instrument hap pened to be, the greater the pres sure of water on the piston, and therefore the. more the spring would be compressed. This movement was transmitted to a pencil moving on. a revolving drum, and by this means a record of the depth was obtained. The instrument ...

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N.E.F.A V. Angaston. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

7s E.F. A v. Angaston. Under ideal weather conditions the K.E. Fooldall Association tried con clusions with4he Angaston Football Olub on the lamrs ovalonSaturday last (June 5th). Quite a large number of football enthusiast* were iu attendance and ah excellent coiiteet was witnessed. ' The -Northenttrs gaining an advantage from the beginning' which they,, maintained -throughout, and although the Angastap*a gradually wiped off their deficit, the Northeners won' with 6 points to spate. __ .Umpire Jose had 'charge.of the game and gave a good exhibition and general satisfaction. ' : ^Riglit from tfteljcrtmce the game >vat 'keenly^ic^nteited. rShields opened with a 'major a few. minutes after the bourice, and from *.«'nice. bit- of passing Shields %as«gainput in possession andfrom a. good.augle &icfc scored aiiothermajor. B- th ^teaios were now OTanxuqgJip, the . leather being sent to andfro. Angas toii'a were playing ..good handball -and . sent-the leather in their forward lin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

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N.E.F.A. ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

NVE.F.A. ON TOUR. ~Gn Saturday last a team from the ,Xortli-E25tem Football .' Association, consisting of """Messrs. . Trembath, Chapman, Lang, Roach, Richardson (Terowie), Hawke <"BiirgS), Gleeson, Harrnrd, Johnson, McKeough (Yon-" gala) Shields Adams, Taylor, Mea dows, Brimage "(Ramblers), Smart, Dixon, and Clancy {Saints); emer gencies - Virgin, Yhurldw, Dunne maim,-and Tonkin, accompanied by themanager (Mr. E.'W. Brandt), and the Mayor {Mr. S. D. Jones), -who is patron otithie Association, journeyed ib Angaston for a match. ?" The trip dow^ was very-enjoyable-especially the run in the train from Gawler to Angaston, and as this was' the first time anyone of die company had gone over this line great interest "was mani fested iii the towns and district en route. At Tanunda one could see the large buildings of Chateau,^ttd (now owned. by Seppelt & Son), standing quite close to the railway station. At Lorraine (late Seppeltsfield) one was struck at the factory of S...

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THE "Times" Medal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

*" -THB ** Times " Medal. 7-Votingthls wesk waa very small, and tKeBlirga, Ramblers, and Yoiigala have not ^eVJqmeii 5""® fntf-; On'y two lots of papers canie to band, viz , Roach 60,£reniian22 ; . the priie of5? therefore - Tflgalrf^oCR to Roach, making the pro <3. Boach (Tetowi«) V ?' 480 . ' .U. Brennen {Saints) ??-. ... ... 164

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

INDIGESTION. : israrely due to any organic derange i meat of thedigestive organs, but in-r . stead is almost always caused by "^ acidity "and food fermentation. which,% : by irritating and" distending the sto macK, causes most,of the pain and - distress variously known as indigos- - , . boil, flatulence,- gastritis, and acid.Ty. Neutralise the acid and stop the fer mentation, and nine times out of ten die trouble will disappear. For this purpose one of the best things is to . . Those who have tried: them say t1 e results are truly remarkable-all pain . and distress disappearing, within five mijiutes. Go to-day to ypur chemist, ; and get * a' flask; of Bisurated Mag nesia Tablets. , Take two or three --1 with a little warm water immediately after eating or'whenever pain is ^ felt, and very soon you will b£ tell . ,-inir your <Jysceptic friends that they ' ' too will 3>e able-to eat what they like * with impunity if - they .follow your exainple, bisukated MAGNESIA. How t...

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RAMBLERS V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

* _ SaVBLEBS -v YOhQ&Lxi >-? ! - u wi ng iiu v'e'iieeu VelecteiJ. to ra " ^frgiila on Sit^Jay: &. iaani*,- H. E. Biown, £2-iJrew^.S, Gay, J Inglis, T, i£io£, F. IjOcV, ij.fcewjii, A,' \ M^daw3/?Eil-MoNamata,:SV?;iFeiers, C -Ji^i^^-KSUel^-X-Bre^tha, T.^Tay lor,'i£. VonBertouoii, O. i yirgin. - Em erifenciia-^W. L. Brew, it -j.'Smitb. S.' O. Hunt." .. . .... ." .?' .

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N.E.A. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

v"NJEAi"®o6jraM-L ASSOCIA TION. .: v On account of no match" of die above association - being.. . listed for" .Saturday last The N.E.F. association -playing _?t Ahgaiston) a match was arranged _ be . tween the Burgs -and returned soldiers, and these-two'teams tried 'conclusions on the show ground in the presence of a small number of "spectators. . " .The weather was' ideal, but not so the ground..; The heavy, rains experienced n during the Week put the soil in a rather soft-condition, and the players had a difficult task to keepon'their feet. The icenire -especially was- very softy-"and be forifihe play wasoVery was -a rial quag inire. . . .v ??' - The Di£gershada,strong team in. the fidd,. iyhile the. Burgs had to make iip . ^BT'eighteen^lh.severaV^'abs./ .. - Empire-J. CHtcKlj^had charge of the ga/ne and gave-Jiis usual satisfactory .exhibition. - -. : ;-.L.. r . A collection in aid" of the .Soldiers" Memorial; Hospital . was taken ..on the ..ground and: amounted tt» £l 2/li } :Th...

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 June 1920

DISTRICT L21-:- .. TERQWIE. . June 4.--The ladies.^f Cross met 'in the Institute day afternoon: The: Pce$i3ent^Mj^Y% J. Pick) was.in .the/chair. cided that" the'society shou^^^'^aiifi rjjj The - treasurer's statement;~;shbwed;j/ £25 12/3 V in. - the; iarik. i' ladies moved that Tialf ?shouM^hejSe'uijg to Keswick.. Hospital and h^f t_o Sed- ---: ford Park, and the propositiOii waS v unanimously carried. A ydte oi ttoidigfe was passed to the institute com^ttt^si for the /free useof the snpper'TpbmJ| .and hall. 'A, vote of thanks;; waS'-^O^l passed to r Mr. JE.: .M.i-Til& sferJ.'liiSg kindly ^sistance .in. iriaux^as^^g^,^ The.: Druids h elda successful on Wednesday night in, coj^efc^n^r . *«th .theirl lodge. vided the- music. ;Mr."L?:SE~"" ~ main was. M,C^ and Mr.-T.1 JJySil retary. ; ..o'-v.D'v' . Theriinall yept;Jiag'iWi^jfeia' "instead o? running io *_ will be no' feed -ipr . ontil the sprin^ a§:5the^HtMS?j^S^9; are tod cold lor gr Will" da%vcll^<lri; -t^r^h&a...

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