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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 June 1920

<711 CALL OF ~THK |U* s, -Sound Trip Voyage*, £6. KM it qlwM Mi .ma. vmoaf iA?K iir Wadbn, ?» v. ?-: TiHlin,«f|j. 4: ?' /**. WABTDAKA.. . " Pt-UrborouKb Acrat. S. D SHORT BREAD-i lb: butter, f ijatgc cup of icfn?/su«r.1LUr#* .-£ttP» iflour, knead with hand, then 'roll out s and' cat intd shapes. Ur;M iflSlIM COMPANY. LTD i£a H'SG&iTvTJSIUDtfflL " ?A fnir jtaMtda 1* "*. Jm Mim, WtrioMM'a Cwm^ fMUHl AmUmI Hi Uva In*' kttk AHtnliu Imck-Kt' *1 '.WvwMk-JfMt A4*UM«. X. C UTKOLDV UiMM COCOANUT CAKE.-i lb. butter. 1 clip sugar, 2 eggs., well beaten, i cup mils,- i cap desiccated cocoanutj 1 lb. S.R. flour. Drop on tins, and bake a delicate brown. E. If. COUSIN (Ltt« *f A4*Ui4»). Having t»k«i> «T«r tk* llDllwr1 - Mel, rr iioEOUCH. : aiiuro "" cren* of b«»t *tUkti*a Exce' ' r.t AcciutJibn. , But Wiscf ai4 Spirit*. Papular AIm m Drufkt. *? A Gall Solicits. 1 ? SALE AWWOUNCplEWTl 1 AT E- A. vHAM & SON'S, "FAMOUS. FBR VAMIE/' - (i^ I. IL Oobbit & CoO . Barga...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

BOOLEROO CXNTttK COLUMN. <Bjr "Augh.") June 22nd.-With a pertinacity of pur- / ,jiose {he rain it ranlwtli every day almost for the last week. It is doing an im mensity of good, but the dry-weather in itiated country folk feel out of placein the constant duck-waddle of damp pro grass. The shortest/lay "of the year came out brightly but ths longest night poured a superfluity of maisture upon earth again and all is a wetness of mud a ad water, tiny streams, rivulets and rusbiftg waters are - everywhere in evidence hb a testi mony of excellent rainfall. Your casual pen-pusher feels the damp ing influence of the atmosphere so much that he is unable to write of much, it is like the country, a plodding effort that the sunlight of the future may luxurious ly charm to a manifestation of greatest good. A HEJOICING. The floodgates of heaven release ? moisture of wealth to us now, The thirst of the soil to appease A'bountiful yield to endow. Ths fluid of natures desire Conception of...

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Lively Erskine. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

_ ~ i Lively Erskine. .Oa ii certain day, in a certain ?week/ there found hie way&iong -the-greenciad roads of Erskine a certain' drover with a. mob of sheiap/ "It was agreat morning and peace 'seemed to reign over thecountryside. The sheep wan dered along gently and after sev eral hours drew near to a certain station.. Act II. When handy to .the station the drover man no ticed -that two figures had crept into, the,landscape, a little man walked along the road close by thefenceanda big man did like wise on 'the other aids of the fence; ' Argument seemed to be the "chief factor, and suddenly the "big man hopped the fence, like an "outback Koo, and in a 'rice both got'to business, and the drover man r with chattering teeth and knocking" knees was soon wit ? jnessi^ja contest, which breathed, war jit itB .wprfit. For about ten minutes, skin, hair, whiskers and buttons flew and by mutual con senttheypaused to pull themselves . together and the conditions being bad; they decided ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

, >.. . UiaTCICT NEWS. YONGALA. Last Saturday evening a very enjoyable-time Was-spent by a large number of people at the in vitation sof Mr. V. and Miss H. Hodby, at a social evening, ; held ' in the Yongala institute'hall, to celebrate the silver wedding of their parents (Mr. and Mrs. F.. Hodby j. "Musical items, games and dancing were indulged in, and everybody partook of .an ex cellent spread in the supper room. The Rev. J. Gilding proposed "the toast of the guests, and Mr. F. Hoidby responded. During the evening Mrs. C. P. Wake presen ted Mrs. Hodby with a pair of t silver vases from the members of the local branch of the Red Cross Society^ . Mrs. Hodby has been president and an indefatigable workeir for that society for a ".number-of years.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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SEARCHING FOR WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

SEARCHING FOR WATER. This would be a marvellous country t it only there were plenty of water ' available ivhen and where it was wan ted. Plants of almost every kind would flourish, and bring both wealth and hap piness 10 the people. In many parts of the State, however, good water is more precious than any other fluid, and there are times when it is even more desir able than gold, for the yellow metal cannot purchase it. The residents in some oi the west coast districts are among those who adequately appreciate what, an absurd supply of first-class water means, because they have had bit ter experiences of the privations and disabilities due to a lack of it. Hence the eagerness with which they welcome any project which aims at helping them in this respect. When Mr. H. R. Pom- . ery, of Peterborough, recently visited . the Hundred of Goods, he was received with open arms, for it" was known that he had been successful on the mainland in discovering hidden streams of water. He made no pr...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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PETERBOROUGH WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

- j ' ' 5^" r: PETERBOROUGH WANTS. , In the afternoon at the council; Cham tier. Mr, Bice received a deputation from die. local .town council irtj refer ence to local; .matters.- Mr. Jenkins in troduced flie deputation, and remarked that the council wished to lavf before the Minister matters in relation? to the water course, water supply, and the drain* The mayor; saidj that the council were ^ahxioust that the property in the watercourse should be bought out, and hi knew_ that the Government were favourable to, the proposal but .the Sstambling blo<"k was that a. tew owners had put a-price on their property which wai ridiculous. The xouncil would-prefer ' that the Government went onfwit'n a water supply for the town frt»n] the council's " well; the Governmept had tested satne, and found" an inexhaus tive supply -of water, but the Govern-' mont Analyst could not recommend it fox drinking purposes, but at the same time-he would not coitftenm it Durrae the dry spell two month...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

THANKS. ' u" -^IkCK8. £. E. DENNIS and. Children de «U kind iriends, pecially' all member* of Buffalo and: Druid.-iiodgM, .OaimciUgr* anii-Jackay Club, for telegram*, lattcra, cards and personal expression* ofafmpathy in their asd bereavement; ~ ' ' ". ; . .>

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THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT PETERBOROUGH^ The Chief Secretary (Hon.>i J. G. Bice) acompurued by the Hon. W. Morrow, and Mr. J. G. jenkin^f M.P.; visited Peterborough on'Thursday oi last week. T^e Chief Secretary, came at the imitation of t;.e hospital committee, to open- the fair iu.iaid of the hospital funds. The visitors were met at the station by thedklavor (Mr. S. D. Jones),'and Dr. (SLoiv ther Clarke, and motored to U|e hos pital site. The .Chief Secretary jva* well satisfied with the progress the contractor {Mr. fiaese) was making: also the good work being- done in fencing, roads, etc., by the citizens. It was the first time that Messr?. Morrow and Jenkins had viewed tlie site, and they were pleased ffith it At 3 p.m. a large crowd had gathered - at the town hall for the opening. Dr. A. Goode introduced the Chief Sec retary, and-asked"him :to declare t. e fair open.' On the platform were the Chief Secretary, Hon. VJS Mor row, Mr. Jenkins, M.P., the i^layor and Mayoress, -Mrs/ B....

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

CHURGH. CSRY2CEC. Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 .and 11 Pe terborough, and 10.30 Nackera. ..Usual ""evening devotioris 7 Peterborough. ' Mtthoiiit-ii a m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A.H» Melbourne. ' Baptist-ll a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev IT; A. De Lt Rue.

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LISTEN TO THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

LISTE.V TO THIS. You cannot play football without getting sprains, barked shins, bump= etc., and you cannot get right again without using Chamberlain's Paiu Balm. Bathe the affected parts with water as hot as you can bear, aad then rub in Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely. You will soon forget that you have ever had an ache or a pain. Sold by all storekeepers.

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, 25th JUNE, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

FRIDAY, SBA JUNE, 1920. LOCAL T.OPICS. ;jS. Peter'« Church-On Sunday next . tSjfc services' will be as "follows:-11, Mat tins; 7, lEvefaiong. "' It PmuI'*, Ot#)tr#0.-^-Oa Sunday aert*he xi»w Church Will be dedicated by the Vijj Arcbdeaoon Ntfsi^ aLdrmnistratot of theDiooMB, assiated-by she Rural Dean, the) Rev: B:A. Adam», and-the Rector of :fB»~PuriaiL, Rev-. J; W. Stringer.' - Dedi cation, 10.30Vm..Preacher, Ven.'Arck d^aconNash ; Children's Service, 3 p.m.;' Fectal fivenaon, 7 9,1a., Preacher, Ven Aiohdeacoo ilaeh. ?' Hallway Oemanda A ikrgely attended public meeting of citizen* (convened by the Mayorj wt* held in the town hall on Wednesday te consider the queetion of a 1^/6 minimum wage for railway men and - a FMolution was carried favoring the de mand. A full report will appear in our uext i»u«. Ham & Son's Great Winter Sale (tew On. Mr. Harold Patik, of Laubman 3" Pank, .Opticians, will personally -visit this district shortly, equipped witn every advantage .in the way ...

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FRANCIS BIRTLES FILM ENTERPRISES LIMITED. Its Future in Australia. Of Interest to Investors. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

FRANCIS BIRTLES FILM - ENTERPRISES LIMITED. Its Future in Australia. Of Interest to Investors. Australia's most popular modern explorer i.* ar ihe head of this enter prise. His accosiates are well-known and experienced cinema men. The Company controls adequate supplier oi raw material and already has many fine finished productions, only a few of which have been shown to the public. Mr. Birtles himself has secured splendid aerial pictures from his plane, and will shortly fly into the interior for new studies. The Aus tralian public wants good "Aussie" productions. British and European Theatres will take all they can get. Investors should apply for shares early. It is impossible to take up shares after a successful company has completed its organization. Further particulars and prospectus ran he obtained by writing to or fall ing at the Head Office of the Francis Birtles Film Enterprises, Ltd., Aus tralian Buildings. 46 Elizabeth St., Melbourne, or H. H. Clark, Wilcox u,1dings, 22 Way...

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Valedictory. MR. D. WALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

Valedictory. MR: D. WALD.. At the usual meeting of the Druids Lodge, held on Tuesday7" evening, opportunity was taken of saying farewell to P. A. Bro. D. Wald, who is leaving the town after a residence of 14 years to reside at Croyden. The A. D., Bro. Roy Groves, referred to the good work done for Druidism by Bro. Wald. He was supported in his remarks by P. A*s Bros. H. J. Hill, A. E. Lock, E. B. Potter, S. D. Jones, P. Prince and others. A presentation of. a gold acorn, suitably inscribed, was made to the departing brother, who suit ably replied. The Buffalo Lodge, at its meet ing last Wednesday night, made, a presentation to Primo D. Wald on his departure from the "town. The Mayor /Bro. S. D. Jones) pre sented the guest with a gold Buffalo emblem, and for his wife a jardineer. The Mayor, in his remark!, said that Bro. Wald had been instrumental in procur ing the fine building they had; he had superintended the alterations and the building was free of all debt; he had been a live m...

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ORIGINAL. "No Football on Sundays." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

ORIGINAL. "No Football oh Sundays.'.' Now, little boys, you must not play That horrid game of football Except on week-days-not Sunday, And don't go out at nightfall. The edict has gone forth, at last; 'Tis really sad, 'tis shocking To- think small boys should be so fast With football pants and stocking. You may play "hide and seek"-such games Are quite within the fashion. Get cr.^ss and sulk, or call bad names, Be mean, and sour with passion. Grown men may use the hall or park, Use language choice and mellow; But football on a Sunday? Hark!! I hear the wowzer bellow. Kot in the park nor on school ground, That ball you ne'er may kick; Look gluin or freeze or fool around,. Lie, cheat, or such-like trick But football? Xo, you naughty lads, Xot in your Sunday trousers. Why! you may shock your mums or dads. And grieve the bally wowsers. Of course, you're only little boysr Xor good, like grown-up grousers; You'll not have any fun. or toys, Not in y-bur Sunday trousers. The men, of course,...

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Soldiers Memorial Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

'Hospital matters still', show progress. The fair is over and a very satisfactory amount Raised, and the townsfolk: atey well feel proud of their effort, THE BUILDING. Despite weather conditions the . contractor continues, to push on with the work and it will not be - long betore the wall* will be com-' menced. The. cellar is almost finished and the new contract has been let for the well and'it is an-" ticipated that water will be avail able in a very short -time.' _ THE FENCE. : The noble army of fencersstlil continue their work and quite.a row of posts are now erected, des pite weather conditions and the small assistance rendered to those who have so nobly stuck at the ?work. :.> . THE GARDEN. The ornamental portion - of the. grounds has been: kept faithfully in hand and will be ready tor planting when'the proper , time arrives. WORKING BEES aire again called for ton^drrow to push on with the fencing iand gardening and as there is no foot ball it is hoped there will be a very l...

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Diggers v. 18 other of N.E.F.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

-Diggers v. 18 other of N.E.F.A. On Monday (holiday) s match has beta arranged between - the:, digger* and 18 others of the N.E.F.A. to he played on the Peterborough ground*. The teams ?elected are as followsDiggers-Si. Hunt, E. Seary, F>. Jarrett, W. Wall, J. Harford, Gbghtin, J. Lang, L. Farrell, C. Trembath, W. Miller, H. Thurlow, W.. Hartwig, F. Turner, 11. J. Johnstone, F. Shariey, Cheiiowetli, Parker, f. Willcor. Emergencies - Campbell, E. Taylor, Chambers, Drew. Other 18-S. O. Gay, Snowy Smart, DuDeman, B. Richardson, E. Shields, 13. " Conlin, K. Jenkins, M. Bretmen, P. Beag ley, H. Gleeson, F. Briin&ge, P. Dixon,. W. Adams, S. Lewis, £. Williams, ~H~. Carr, H. Drew, F. Loek. Emergencies Roach, T. Clancy. -

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The Peace Exhibition. WELL-MERITED REWARDS. [From "The Advertiser," May, 25th, 1920] [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

Tie Peace Exhibition. WELL-MERITED REWARDS. [Froi "Tise -AtlT.ertiser," Waj, tStb, 1920] One of the outstanding features' 'of'the Peace. Exhibition was the .' tremendous crowds-that both day .,-and night evinced great interest m-the Rhodes iau Manufacturing Company's display, -and .email I.wqnd#r it was, for one glance re ? *eaied a Stowing of beautiful furs - Mich as has not been exhibited "previously in Australia. This "firm is to be highly commended J for the way in which the yjliaye .-in'five yean - rapidly risen^from ?*-" th«»malleet tothe largest rarriers in the .--Commonwealth, and we 'ar«-4j>>U''tiia't .the' a'ecret of their marked success has been attained by. giving to everyone a " square deal." Jfor-the tanning, dyeing,' end dreesingoffox, rabbit, and all otherpeHsconnected with the fur e industry the Rhodesian Company c wm# awarded tbe only gold medal this in itself speaks volumes -for- their -expert workmanship, When the fact that this award was based on the world...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

.g. ;. r-r fRS^ ,#T*_* *fcopujwadci to njfceir SnpjpfiM for K«ct jS>«mrty. *f *«o»»TbI« and thus n -quotation* ior .Binder «nd JAFFHF.Y, Afitnt, Quorn SftOgg/'Manggcir. Adelaide -- *s, y7'.: .v . _ fSRE ;AND MARINE INSURANCE - zt 'Zi. LTIJ ~4J?*ls&iS«MifiCfirrent .Rates. <jaote"d for '^FJre' {Hay "and Crop), iir"- Employers' liabilityamfl Feraoijal . Accident Sickness and; Motor - Car i ^-^ .'-./. IniurBnce. :_V. ? ^"^sow^w^G r&^irisk;. ?;; 7 6 -Oacal Agen6j 5Jeterborough. "Cr- SA. .iBranch-IJ Grentell Street, .... Adelaide^ W/POtjNSE'TT, llanafer. IVE WANT . «HE»P, OPOSSUM. KANGAROO ' '{in' teuDiit,; sod Ah, OTHER . V "' KINDS OF SKINS:; -?; ' *-* '. .- -ALSO- V '.?? WATTLE' gum. HORSEHAIR. .j JtEBSWAXj, -TA L LOW, ETC. , III any Quantity. Highest Cash . ,TI '.."Price#. ; ' ? prompt' Returns. No deduction' 'foi" .Commission. Send for--Tables and -._. 4. . Price Lists. ' . . Wm HaugHton& Co. iCURRIE STREET, ADELAIDE X PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. X THE '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

iSe- yi ? y~$ ~ -i. . ^ad-icertify; Mortgages, ^Leases, Documents for the parpoaes of Act" ^ VER-MURRAY ORCHARDS FQjR SALE. Surveys Arranged, and Wills Prepared. PETERBOROUGH. iiddleton, > "430^ft»s*-,E;ate A.I.F.y (o M B. RYAN), - rCXIONEER, ^3amd;^iSrtd f-Cieneral Commission Agent ". ' . . ' ~ ^ONOUCTBD IN ANY PART OF pe®B»OC35?-.-i.i .--i v- -1 fcEStJtf INSURANCES EFFECTED: . 5.AGREEMENTS, INCOME -TAX fS PREPARED. : - Addrcw: Bo* 31. ; TOUg CAB REPAIRED J?mnd B& Motor Engineers, MA1H STREET* . PETERBOROUGH. ii^ to beB&tvef&ctory. ' A trial with us and Tronic among our many customers. ? | ^6-Ln-beadjsix-cj-nndercara.alBO Chevrolet "[i^lieadfour-cj'liuder.care. - liiserance 1 i jul THE C.LC. ia, ltd. ?femfeji jrERAipj UVBp^l Subscribed, £52,580; Paid up, £46,770 THE - ?o-0perative Union, ltd aVitial SKareiioTfiing interest in this PUREL1 . |ice~ Company, a /BRANCH OFFICE has beer »' Street, -Adelaide. ' "S'of InsurancejEffected, viz.: , ^ -Statioii Buildi...

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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. B£ -DIP-TIN." The Prince of Wales' - Reception Committee desires that .Mayors of places through which thePrince pas ses should not weary iiim with-prosy speeches. No more than one imnfite should be taken up in expressing wel come to the Prince.-News item. Said the ilayor of Dooboobetic, In a manner energetic, ? As he cleared his throat" the Prince' o£ Wales to greet: He now rose^to say (loud-checrsj, - But a few brief words ("Hear, hears!" And approving voices - shouting ! "Very neat!") He would venture to state clearly, - That no other place was'nearly Half as loyal at Dooboobedc to the throne; "" Though they numbered but four score, - , ? . _ ... , They'd sent twelve men to the'war, And in his belief they'd won it .on; their own. Here the total population, With a might}' acclamation, Macje the welkin ring again and yet a.gain; And ttie Prince said he'd be glad To inform his royal dad . , " . That the war was jwori sSy'Ooofooo* betic men. . Then the iiayor -o...

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