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North-Eastern v. Quorn Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

-North-Esttem v. Quorn Association. The following players bare been eelec- ~ ted to represent the North-Kasteirn aaaor . ' oiation for tlie match Against Quorn io be played on the Peterborough grouoda. tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon :-SJ..O. Gay, Baowy Smart, A. Meadow*, JE. Shield*. E. Jenkins. J. Harford, M. Bren . nen, M. Ccmiin, W.Miller, H. J. John stone, E. Brimage, P. Dixon, W. Adams, E. Lewie, F. Turner, f. J. Carr, H. Drew, F. Lock. Htneieeiicieg-W,~ Wail, L. Farrell, E Mill*.

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

--Topics. . Thanks, Ramblers, for seriding^-ih your number corresponding' with the guernseys of individual players.. "It is a_ grand idea, there is no doubt about it.- It is only a few minutes' ? work to number the 18-and, look at the result1. Hundreds benefited 'by" it last Saturday. We hope the' Saints and other teams will send' in their numbers next match. -' 1 A good, even, keenly-contested match was the general comment after last-Saturday's match. Indeed it was the keenest contested match wit nessed on this oval for ' the season. . The Ramblers were unfortunate ia not having" the services of 6ne of their best players (Tom. Taylor) in the held. He suffered a slight in jury to. his knee in the -match against -Yongala on the previous Saturday, and was unable to strip. A good man like Tom, no doubt, was a distinct link missing in their. chain. It was difficult to pick out most prominent players on Saturday, as every one was seen at his best, under the circumstances, but a little-ex...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. End of First Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

" "NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL J ASSOCIATION. £&$!&«&&** -*0l ion was brought to a 'ay, and Isaves three dee of gaimnjt/the,honours ? prw^ire. ^'Tetwiie hibuStfte^; four wiils, having not been so far; / Saints follo^MSwitiil a %ins, faaving lost the match -T^owie-iyu^nly. -ane^otOLt; s.and 'Burgs io - r.:-' Thej following; t'-f: positions of the ki>::¥ts:* 4 1-6 5ijtojrat3>etween the Terowie S^nts X^thou^ Tertmie have " " |'32ikless ifiongaiii sinning their fte second itvSainigiandj on their own" ground dur fitst : xound, Sefeating the only rpne [-point, and the . blers by^t3 jKunts/ bnt the Ram onlyhadl6 'UeaJuT "the .-fields .: :4Me;^II a < ^TiSefeat:''-Ae^'i^onemeiSioned. ^fleams on their^o wn ground; antLwitii^ -ftter best 18 in Ihe ield v Suppoiin^g 'fcfey^Saints and Hamblers: beaf*t' e*P Ts&iries thepossibihtjr^aretlat the SaWs ttall taethe latteiw vnth thc?*^ number -Of -wins, it -ts^npt unlikely -th&tSainis, -T^erow...

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THE " Times " Medal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

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

For Coughs and Colds. For a cough or cold pour about a wiue glassful of O T. iuto a tumbler, tlicu fill the tumbler with: Lemonade which has previously been heated or with Lcuiuii Juice mixed wiih hot water. . 1 ake im mediately you go to bed, and repeat each uight if necessary. . Nine times out of ten your cough, or cold will be much relieved, if not completely cured in a day or ao. If father accidentally cuts his hand nothing purifies and heals the wound so perfectly as Zam Buk. In case of a bum or scald, 2am - Buk Is again not only soothing, but heals so naturally with new skin that no trace of the wound remains. A sprained vriat or ankle, too. Is Immensely relieved by rubbings with Z*m Buk which kills pain and slops in ilaxnxnation. The children at school are always getting knocks or bruises, or risk catching ringworm or running sores: but Zam-Buk soon charms the pain away. and. applied to the first spot or sign of disease, quickly cures. In the home, at work, and at play, a pot...

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SAINTS DEFEAT RAMBLERS An Exciting Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

-RAMBLERS V Tile* long-waiJed for contest - be Xftween theoaiats and Ramblers t ok placeonthe showground' fln Satur i&y 'afternpon last in' the presence of a large crowd of spectators-the lar gestcrowdseen out: for the' season. The ground w&s in a very .badcorhJi tion Eor football, and good play was out of. the question, but -. under the conditions they played, it Was qui t up to the standard, and "had the grouad been dry a very much faster game would have been witnessed. Gapti Adams won the toss, and. selec ted to kick, to the southern goals. The first "quarter wasvery evenly contes ted. Saints opened with the1 attack, and before long Brennen had a shot -«ear gofls but-feev made a-i>ad kick, and commenced the scoring iviro point, "followed shortly after with a goalfrom the boot ofWallr Ramb lers put up the same scori in Hi; quarter, Adams kicking the .^oal, and a behind 'was. rushed through. TLt second quarter was less -exciting, a the play was chiefly on the eas...

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The Hospital Fair. £438 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

The Hospital Fair. . *£438 RAISED, Great preparations had been made for the Hospital Fair last' week and as a town effortjtwas veiy successful. There Was a very sparse attendance of farm ers and residents of outside dis tricts, so that the effort practically rested with the townspeople and it .iB iftvitierit the farmers intend to make their offerings in straight "out,, subscriptions. and I conse quently something substantial may he expected from them in the bear future. There were also a number of prominent towjas- - men conspicuous by their ah? senee.^and , these, too.: will, we hopej he well to the fore in the " subscription Hists. ,,The money necessary for the sch eme msjgrad ually coming to handaridif every one will do-, his "bit" it will not t>e"long"be fore the target aimed at will be reached. Let us hope the day is not far distant. OPENING THE FAIR. ' The "Chief Secretary (the Hon J. (3. Bice), accompanied by the Hon. W. Morrow and Mrv J. G. Jenkins, M.P., arrived by the a...

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A PIG TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

its "';:»morelhan-casual ' -WA-. w^-taowii f . .trepidation *; secte^T:tb^^':^pF^^^' ^fcuinstiaujra; .va^'1"* - acquisition to sx given jjut/Aat'Ai . ^eciire_# , -gissfe ~the*ld; *.?' , yrCifrlP - feg ' By ;UW<ai5^ci5 .pointed .the to bacon, .-gave'ji that -the ; animal sjwiis^ ,, water; htJdingv^itcn^ " i /m the* f»rmvla^t|j SsftSS- SftglC$Mt$Ifc""' ; ? poured overplus's . stream-.to anemon:;. slSsSaSP ',» fu^-a bitr^iailin^ »s r a ^ prriinimaryfef - ter carefiiljgja^e' - .mighty:®rau»teiv " attached to ia J' ' " difficulty .irasT.. sat dSwn"1SHa: "tidh notto mbve' ?it'by -pulling1 on dfe-r man powers*Anothcri^«j[(S ?:. fully.adjusted^roiind*ihe7:ai and aftera-ten-feetipameQ Ol. been,. Temoved to .allow - was by streno^ «ertions^ot|he2rior "* ~ . ern exp ert" _ aideH Tby throe fuU-gro men assistants, "imlled, push^^ralL.,. and sqaeezeS^ejroha'ite -^jSSsm^&blv, ?the open-toTheet the^dbota'ol^ieklli^ . and other -consequences *'earefufly -pr<5- ' meditat...

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THE SURE SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

-.'.V- THE SURE SIGN. Adull, persistent pain in the l>ack, en - eche that spoils: sleep an d -is worse in the looming, a sfcsip.cajriiag paicuhen . . bending, is a sure sign of lddnty disease. It is not really the backaching, but the .kidneys, which/lie just beneath ife small of the back, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills 'quickly relieve the kidneys and Jitip them to drive out of the "body the JSoisonr which cause backache, dropsy, - urinary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. The case, here given proves that cures are thorough: - Mr. - H Mildreu, Carrier, Peterbor ough, $ays.-"Kidney .trouble came on slowly in my case. It started with painp -inther back which at first were only slight,- Irnt as." time went on, they got worseand ioon J was ;saffering agony. Eater oh I noticed a slight urinar}- ir ;. regularity, and; dizzy" attacks began to l -,:t^ihte'ine. Mv rest at-sight was dis - consequence I always fdt ^u^.'tnd la^giid." After suffering: in ~ way lor isoroe time l heard good "...

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Federal Bureau of Commerce and Industry. THE RELATION OF THE BUREAU'S PROPOSALS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WOOLEN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INDUSTRY IN COUNTRY TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

Federal1 andlndustry. 'ESEJ-ATJON or THE JPREAITS PROPOSALS FOR THETJEVELOP. MENT_.OP XHE . WFKMJW-.WAMr FACTORING INDUSTRY JO THE ' ESTABLISHMENT OF-HFHT-'LNDIIS-; URY IN COUNTRY ;TOIVNS«.-R*®A .. From the ' number" "-of' been daily - received* froffl dffifrtat ooaatnr" centres as, ,to rthe. possibilities^ of ^^aWfAtno. Jocal .industries -as a tieans 'ri» population -in the.-oountif-, it-' would "-#ppear-iiiat there never Has been a more' favourable <© ponumty than the present for some cdelmte ana organised effoj*.whK&>woiiM- Kive as.its object the determining .isps-fi point "of view what intju^Hes"it wouSjl lie sd visableto establish Tot*^ develoji^tio^a grfeiter' extent, than has been-done tip to the present m country towns-where population and power are .available.. - . ..>1 A similar movement is taking place m Great Britain. Under thei^finistry l0f- Aferifcmftire .and Baienes Act, 1919, ^country, -agrimlmral committees are being formed], and arc cha...

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[?]ORN WEIGHTS. Run July 8. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles four chains. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART THIRTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

m " i- ^.fcaper fcUiispiy .'<*Rtteu ' ;>- "' -rjBS^' hand. . . - J, j3i>©ut -tx^exa^is^i&cxn ' 'Skh* -closeiv, gjio ve- . Eject io look-' around, and she _-£s.«v » -¥f-: Ricb»rd» stguiiiing near her. ijegarding her with j : tut tnXious. troijiiled face. ~ "I hope you ^rii]" e^cu&e: me for i-> srutiing,"'' he Mid.. »ffvoasiy." " but I qould wait no jpngri;. Ha\e you ex-" ^mined your..Vttenure# ?'' ' -"AH but the .confceute of the enve lope. The ring, the hose; Use picture, Bjrt all here. Would you lite io loot j^t them?" Edrie aaked, ~puihiagr th# lorwardjrilo view. I ->'1 have alr^ad^ *®eli them."' ! ""You faavf seen them !"' "^"i'ee. I .salt: that . #dvei'tisj?p»eiit ^rly this morning. and I .came at. oace to call upoii Mrs. Grey, ?o make some itnuiries regarding You, know that I" have long had .your ^elfaie at he^, >pd jf .>:«££. an- ? xioiie to lfaTi Eomethijig oJ the na ture of wh»t..w*£ to tte revecled to y~djL, hoping, fearing, drea...

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

? ^--: - " *.^X . -* -,? A/flTH THEUH^fifl^lSURMiCE "" "COMPANY, XIMITED. A Pundgj^m^rjilja'ri'? Tnctimrirr. Fire, Marine^ 'Woi&Ktn'E Compeiisa j^rsqnaLiAff*iWwt and Si^icaess, yvi."."..'; Branch--J» o. 1& ijrinoutii btreet, Xxtelaide. ; 9E5OJ0IJJS, Manager. F&EKCH CAXJE;--i cup, gutter, x i«M*» i wa E. A. COUSIN (late of Adelaide), having hkca «ver the 'I PETERBOROUGH. assures Patrons of Best Attention. Excellent Accommodation. Best Wines and Spirit*. Popular Ales on Draught. ? y :: - A Call Solicited.. :: .is m SALE ANXOUMCMfcM 1 Jim AT. E. A.HAM « SON'S, "FAMOUS FOR VALUE." ^<Ub *J^.) Bargains in ev«ry £>tp»rto>«nt. Our value in Borstal tiBeiHji' ; unbeaten. \ - " At Sale time oiir Values arestiU Better. J I W* carry TMry 4i| <t«cks aid the rsfagisBs aurp ftnuine. Ham & Son'fi fin IA for Manchester Goods, Sheetings, Flannels, Shirtings, Forfara,?4 wals. a«w la tho ^me to buy. IIBln * qW" 9 qi*IP tvray LINE AT 8ALC PRICES...

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CHAPTER XXXVIII. ANNIE RICHARDS' MESSAGE TO EDRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

CHAPTER acsxvni. A.KJSXB R1GHARIJ3* jJBBSSAQB TO : edrtb. - /My de*r*st Edrie,' sb* began. 'I know that you -arc Jar too .young now to realise the: impoft-^rf I "Xm about to write ; but ^«OB»e .-ti?»e in the future, if you shou# iiice,;you will understand it .:*a®sr". tag which has so, strftojpeijr. -ipils" *° my. lot. as well «. the<gi»at ^PBg which has. beio ..Rerpeti^ted. agajost us both, t know thai I h*w aofcloaj to live-that - this ceaseless . pain in my heart and J»>" constantly wasting "strength mean death, and that very soon. It may cwae suddenly-* tor my own sake, that it may-ami now, while I am able,' I a«t T'"** what I with you to !«.». an* upon. -too. i»*en y<» a**?*®' siyBars of discretion. When. J will be at orphan. . and Ood.»iaB« know* what yoor iiie will W, tor I have, not cancall my" own ; and it £as b»en * hard struggte d»ring. this **»«. .*..* for me to earn jawHigh to ltw 118 proper tood.' " A groan 'of agony j«p-*rti>irUd from Mr. H...

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CHAPTER X[?]VII [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 June 1920

?~il ricgin- fc . i.han sad ^ him with ' .wijie iier face ^r«^s h*t. .?3SS by-this .tion .- -she ': 'W not be " had.hi^ur-: aright; it 1l^r«bl.l'le .-oe' inie. a _ -T i j. ^aSiieii 'an il-i» even an itai " ;,;'r ^.iiicWrde .: .?;r--pam:.;iw«epinE «Tv ihia (tee. . .'*. -it <3own, deer eit'..'. V you-a, little :^8^^^^«nnne the;_papens you '.? He.jB«titly' forced her backinto her .^own. where he j.iyfjjdv fwtel' imwery ^expression of .her. ffa|*^fc*-a»aed. ' < Hie-toid^ber '<*»«»t- te lmd,.iong sue ?y,-through fair i " -inge,. eventful WMiryi UBtil he csc^ >" ?tl&~«v&iing on 1 .1 iitrst taken vhtirat when jEffae though the wiartow/while she was sinking to the to^his diad ?the iad mo- ? PSe"^w*i; lft<|»ll fcl IIIHtftfcea-waafetf fugitive-be- . »T>robf' »f 'that* time.' how a**.'_io Sris-fimpreasio n, sad : whfe llw^tiai' tto tie had watched, '-JTttljpgjytipi, sastblit joy, viSe growth al iiitasSa^^itlenlarhim ; and \e tol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

: Tynmm|toraaiCB COMPANY, LIMITED." ; .' A Poi^ySt/fattBJGH TlftEtitatjr n. ?Fire, jifarine, WoAmtn's O^^ensi Swtto ASrtraJiaasit^racfa-^No, li ?Waymouth Street. Adelaide. . T. C. REYNOLDS. Manager. .w ^ : ." . .-*. A C»nfliV ^'Caii'dle* last doiibla ^e usual "time, it is-^-rtW, Sf jtfrtv ft ^ooiJ c»itisrof-*iute»»rEi»k rad ktkwed . t-.- .*?<** *«f E. A. COUSIN ' . (late of Adelaide), - having- taken ovcr the Batay - Mel, PETERBOROUGH. .fsnres" Parroai of^Beit Attention. ? Sxtelieat Aewmwiitioa; . --Beit Wiaes ^nd Spirit*. -Popular Ales on 'Draught. - . i: A" faU Solicited. -. SAI.E ANNOUNCEMENT! I now on AT E. A. HAM & SON'S, "FAMOUS FOR VALUE." (Late E. A. Dobbie & Co.) Bargains in every Department. Our value in normal times it unbeaten. * At Sale time our Values are still Better. We carry very big stocki and the reductions are genuine. Ham & Snn'fi Sflla for Manchester Goods, Shootings, Flatinols. 8hirtlngs, Forfars, Towels. Now Is the time to b...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL, COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL, COGLIN. Monthly meeting- held at Oodla Win a, June 19th. Presen t-Cr=. G. S. Ferguson (.chair), E. Darrag-li, C. H. Meyers, T. O'Connell, H. Da vies, T. McEj.ster, H. VV. Rasmus, and the Clerk (W. Carroll). Minutes of previous meeting read and con firmed. Correspondence - From Secretary. L. G. D. re Commonwealth loans <o Local Governing bodies. Not further considered. From same stating that no ad varices , from Jiext years Main Road^|aj|^'i^l|^bg|made £ftf|r the 1st of July next From Accoun tant L.G.D.,. advising £10 to Cpun ci!'s credit as payment for supervision of expenditure on Main Roads. From J. D. F. Harbison, on belialf of:-Mrs. Mauser, ref allotment^ , 39, 40, Witf }£.f and i|J2,: juancelat. Registrar^ General off Dee&jga|luisiii£| change of ow nership of land. From* Elders Trustee and Executor . Co., ad vising transieraiict of* '"Sections 38 ?and 39, 'Coglin, to Mrg-^E.-E. X-an& From chairman of Destitute Board, advising that re...

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PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL.' Fortnightly meeting held Monday, June 21 sc. Present all. / Dr. Clarke reported that Rachael Cowan, aged 15 years, Kafilean Mur phy, aged 8; Daisy Philp, aged 3i; and Barbara Philp, aged 13 years were suffering from scarlet fever, and Tda Brauer, aged S; irom diptheria. Received. Minutes of previous Council meet ing read and confirmed. Engineer's report -for previous fortnight received and referred to the Lighting Com mittee. Correspondence-From Secretary, stating that £300 had been granted for repairs to roads and footpaths damaged by floodwaters.-Received. From F. H. Frith submitting plan of subdivision of allotments in South Ward-Approved. From S. VV. Dick son tendering his resignation as Councillor for East Ward.-Resolved that resignation be accepted with re gret and the necessary steps taken to fill die vacancy. From R. VV. Goidie calling- attention to tflie state of the road m William street.-Chairman of Works to inspect ivitih power to act. From Town Cl...

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RENE MAXWELL CONCERT. In Aid of Hospital. Peterborough, Thursday, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

RENE MAXWELL CONCERT. In Aid of Hospital. «' ?$ Peterborough, Thursday, July S. At Miss Rene Maxwell's profes sional debut in the Royal Albert Kali, London. Landon Ronald, the eminent composer^cbnductor, himself acconi panied ti e young ?Australian singer in his most popular song: composition, "Down in the Forest." He regards Miss l!ax«eJJ's intenpretation of the song as incomparable- The ooriccrt iii ihis brilliant soprano, which sviil be given in rhe Peterborough Town Halj, on Thursday next. July 8, in aid of the Hospital, is being looked ^for ward to wiih. the keenest iuterest It it rcrtly an artiste lies con e V. ilii such glowing credentials. Miss Max well ivss the oniy Australian artiste to take P3rt in t're memorable pon-. cert at Australia House, Londjon,. on the evening of the Anzac Day folliw inp the Armistice. Hugging a small 'bunch of Australian gum leaves they are a priceless rarity in England -Miss Maxwell, whjose platform .pre sence is full of natural charm,' Son jure...

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