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"THE RED LANTERN." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

"THE RED LANTERN." The appearance at West's recently of the super Metro Feature, ?The Ked Lantern." was the signal for a burst of praise from both public and press, and ns it is shortly coming to your town, the opportunity of seeing it should not be missed. It is due to show at Peter borough on Monday. July 12, under the auspices of Olympic Pictures, and Mr. Holland will be in personal supervision. "Nazimova," the star of this attraction, is tlie greatest artist of the screen or stage; 250,000 dollars was spent to make the production superior in every way; the regal robes worn by ,4Nazi . mova." are alone valued at 50.000 dol lars; 1.500 persons appear in the cast, headed by artists of international fame and distinction: eighteen huge sets, spread over six acres of ground, were built for the exterior scenes; six teen camera men were employed io take these scenes: the dra matic episodes of the Boxer rising are enacted with historical veracity: real Chinese men. women, and children, t...

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 — 2 July 1920

IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of James Staer Bennett, eldest son of W. H. and E. B. Bennett. Peterborough, who died on 29th June, 1919. R.I. P.

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

COURSING. The Peterborough- Coursing Club held its ;£rst meeting for the year on Monday and Tuesday last, when a 84 dog stake was decided. Hares were very wild, consequent^- the meeting i\as not completed, four dogs divid ing the stake, Mr. \Y. Enright car ried cut the duties of judge, and Mr. M. Liady acted as slipper, whilst the ifccrclarial duties were in the hmds of Jfr. E. Steinke. Results: -®-The Draw. R. J. Harradine's McGregor and Steel's i.d. teat Princess Kathleen, E. \Villi*ms' bdl. b. War Loan, Cannody'and Leonard's f.d.. beat Duntraon, P. Morris' (n.s.), iv.f.a. Ora, P. T. Mitchell's bdl.b.,- beat Stop Watch.' \V. McCann's. Australis, Martin and.' Travers* r.w.d., beat Guider, C. Starr's bdl.b. Olive, T. Dermot'v's. bdl.w.b:, beat Eft, R. A. Bohme's j-b. Aureole, Martin and Travers' bdl.b beat Godetia, Jones and Patterson's l.d. Margot. W. R. Foster's bkb., beat Aerial Prince, F. Barker's bdl;fc Linda Still. j.*M. Harvie's fok.b., beat C'oud of Dust, E. E, Cousin's (n.s...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass. 6 and 11, Petersburg; 8.30, Lancelot; and 10.30, Yongala Usual evening devotions, 7, .Petersburg. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. V H Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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

TEROWIES. Saturday being an off day the Te rowies journeyed to £-"e Burra to play the Aberdeen footballers, and suJ fered their first defeat for tiie season. Terowie were without 10 of their reJ gular players on account of the Te rowie races. Thurlow won the toss, and decided to kick with the wind, but could not make much headway, mainly through the players trying to roil too far; drop -this. Terowie, and pet a iong kick, you will do, better. The first quarter ended:-Terowie, 8.1; Aberdeen, nil. The second quar ter was Aberdeen's, as they had a strong team out. and when the bell went for half-time, the scores were Aberdeen. .5.8; Terowie. 2.1. During half-time the Aberdeen ladies provided afternoon tea, -which was much appre ciated, and the captain (Mr. Thurlow), thanked the ladies on behalf of the Terowie. footballers. Terowie started well in _the third, quarter, and put on ^3 mainly through the play <?f Bill Dudley, who has, not played for tbir- \ teen years, and When t...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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The [?] Times FRIDAY, 2nd JULY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS.' [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

FRIDAY, 2nd JULY, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS.' S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Euchar ist; 7, Evensong. 3. Yongala. At E. A. Ham & Sou's Winter Sale-28-in. All Wool Flannel, 2/8 per yard. Federal Grab-The foil wing reso lution was passed at the Coglin D.C. meeting he^d on June 19th, 1920 "That this meeting of the Coglin Dis trict Council views with apprehen sion the present threatened general industrial crisis, which has every likelihood of being «reatlv aggravated by the unthinkable avariciousness 01 the Federal Members of Parliament, in their recent Grab of the taxpayers' money." Lot Manufacturers' Samples in Ladies' Woollen Scarves, all at Sale Prices at Ham & Son's. Resignation of Cr. Dickson.-At the last meeting!: of the town council Cr. S. \Y. Dickson (East Ward) tendered his resignation, owinc* to his pending departure for Adelaide. The Mayor (Air. S. J). Jones) remarked that Cr. Dickson had held municipal...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DIGGERS V. 18 OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

DIGGERS V. 18 OTHERS. A match between the above of the N.E. Football Association was held on the Peterborough show eround on Mon day afternoon "m the presence of ~S fair number of football supporters. The weather was ideal, and a good game ivas witnessed^ Umpire J. Critchley had charge of tile game, and. gave a good exhibition. Tie play throughout was very even, and ended in -a draw. . The final scores were: Diggers-6 goals 14 behlnds. 18 ? Others-7 goals 6 behinds.

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

DISTRICT NEWS. BELTANA. June 19.-T-On Saturday evening a welcome social ""as tendered to Mr. Herbert Player and his English bride. Mr. Campbell (Chairman) and Mr. D. E. Sprigg welcomed the guests. A gold medal was presented to Mr. Player by Mr. Davidson co behalf of - the townspeople. Instru mental and vocal items were presen ted by Misses Winnie Crump, Ethel NichoII, and Jessie Graham, Messrs. T. Palmer, D. E. Sprigg, Arthur Ro berts, C. Mason, and T. and C. Hak endorf. A dance followed, music pro vided by Messrs. ,W. Coultas, and T. and C. Hakendorf. Mr. Tack Woods was M.C. DAWSON. Tune 29th.-At a public meeting held last night, it was decided to hold a hospital day at Dawson on July 33. proceeds to go to Peterborougn Hospital. The Ramblers - are to he invited out, and the day is to take the form of a football metch at 3 o'clock; knHe and fork., lea at 5.30;1 concert at. 7.30, to be . followed by supper. The charges tor same will be-Admission to.ground. 1/; tea, 2/; concert, 1/6; ...

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

A LURKING DANGER. There is a lurking danger in the back that aches. The aches and pains of the back tell of kidneys overwork ed. Go to the kidney's assistance when backache pains warn you. A kidney warning should he promptly heeded, t*ir dropsy, gravel, urinal .> troubles are only a step away. Read how the danger can be averted. Mrs. \V. Smith, Jervois Street. Pet erborough, tavs:-"My husband suf fered extreme torture from backache. He could not stoop or move quickly without enduring agony, and was at times so bad with the pain that he had to lie up. It was the only way he could get a little ease. He had al most given up hope of getting relief, for he had used so many remedies that never did him any Rood. A man advised him to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and praised the remedy so highly that he sent to Hoile's Pharmacy for some. They gave hini almost immediate relief, and two bot tles cured him completely. It is three years since he used Doans Pills, and he has had no return...

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The Red Lastern is coming— "Nazimova" from Wests. Soldiers Memorial Hospital THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

The Red Lai tern is coming ' Nazimava " from Wests. THE BUILDING. Splendid process has been made with the Hospital buildings, and all of the foundations have been dug, all the concrete of the foundations of the back portion of the buiidifigs has been laid, and the walls of. the nurses' quar ters are nearly half-built; the walls of the cellar are nearing completion, and the kitchen has been started. The tank is ready for building. In a short time we will be able to see the walls growing around the site, and we trust the subscriptions will grow even more rapidly than the walls. ^ *. Working Bees To-morrow. Are called to push on with the fencing and garden.' The whole army of fen cers stick to their self-imposed task, and have done wonderful work. It is up to others to put in an appearance and help along the work. . An Exceptional Treat. Thanks ter the enterprise of our energetic president, Peterborough is 'tt> have a visit from the distinguished Australian vocalist, Miss Rene Max w...

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SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

SATURDAY'S MATCHES. The following team will repre sent Yongala in their match a gainst the Saints at Yongala on Saturday:-1. P. Howard, 2. E. Williams, 3." C. Gleeson, 4. M. Conlin, 5. W. Miller, 6. W. McKeogh, Johnston fcapt), 8. L. Victory, 9. W. O'Leary, 10. H. Gleeson, 11. J. McKeogh, 12. J. Barker, 13. T. Turner, 14. D. Car'r, 15. P. Daghan, 16. (jr. Har ford, 17. S. Parker, 18. A. White, 19. R. Cornwall, 20. W, Boroaann.

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RAILWAY MEN'S DEMANDS. 12/6 per day Minimum [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

RAILWAY MEN'S DEMANDS. 12/6 per day Minimum A public meetincr;jwaS* called by the Mayor on J use .23rd, to consider the demands of the railway men ior_ a minimum wage oj IS/o per day. The platform was occupied by represen tative business men of the town with professional gentlemen.- < . : Mr. S. D. Jones, in- opening ttoe meeting. EJud thatas . Peterbofpiigh was essentiaUjri % p&wb&ittwli& rne considered it right .and proper that a public meeting should be qilled to. consider the matter jvheo the railway. employees had a grievance, arid . if, they were in die right the public should back7 them up. ? The rulaig;. wage of 10/ they knep, with the pre sent high cost of living." "f«* - *99* gether inadequate. _;.Thi6 h^d. bejn recognised by. private, employees, wto. had" increased the wages of their^em-,. ployees by 25,.33, ?iad ,.jup, to: 50.;®^ cent, more than the railway men were jgetiihg. Such a1 "'position was not fright; and it- was ^ne*t to impos...

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

BRITISH C ACCIDENT. », A pvt1| ^ »ny. *uthoria*t m»ja06,000. Property, fr «ad GROVt fSJW*# LOWMI OJAJIAGE BY ' Without/Extra: ,r» jwwMwl: y for aceldeau Lowtit Katu. R-., -F .= ..*; ^arrant Rate»~-quoted for F ^ Car-' - ; Agents, Peterborough. ®-A- ^SRATICJI-^I4'<irenicIl Street, '. ; ."-^Adelaide. 1 '-* ^t^^9UNSE^^ani*er. OPOSSUM, KANGAROO . ALLOTHER KINDS Op SKINS. HORSEHAIR, « *ny ©B*nfaty. Higfaett Ca»h Iv./..-'-. ' Fricea. ._ R*turus. No deduction lor CmnnMH.LL; Send for Table* and "-i7.V ...... IViceLiaU. Co. JINTM. ADELAIDE X PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. X ..:-._ THE .^--f FTIUFONDLREOTORY V " ^jv®* '."W «#4 Foralfn ftctioM. .Mtbiii tfidcn.'to conumt'nicaU direct with Ij^UEACTURERS ft DEALERS ft® Provincial JWIWTMT Centr** of TB« UD *(he ContiiitQt *?? particular* -of the Good* 5^«KCO,ONI43'NDF<>RTI'D . STRAUS HIP LINKS erranted under tae Port* to which U*7 «au. and-Indicating the approii ?uii' Suhnn, wwi' Card* of Firm* 4eeirwf to extend their connections >...

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

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THE SUN-BASED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

THE SUN-BAYSED COLUMN. ByT>IP-TlJ,V "I entirely agree with Mr. Tudor in this ?matter.W. M. Hughes. - "I "concur: entirely "'.with :what the Prime Minister has s'al2"In"tM$ con nection."-Mr. Frank Tudor. "The iLeader ' 'of " fhe Opposition should certainly /receive a special al lowance."-Mr. \V. M. Hughes. Gee whiz! ' J This is The <*iz- . ; zy- blooiiijag iedge!. Ves; I allege It is-the-limit-quite When Hughes and Tud -or cease to bark and bite, .Arid drop - their feud. Note how _ ; I Both now Kow-tow-. To one. another; " Calling *ach ''brother" Like birds within their nests, ": They 'bill and -coo; And each to each suggests "There's none like you." Great Scott! There's not One jot . Of old-time enmity; They are.-one entity Twin, souls they , are, at any rate With but one' aim- ; To make the service of the State A paying game. With tears. Bill fears (Hear, hea'rsl) ' * " That Frank's not naid enough. -. (Says Frank, "Bin, that's the stuff") Unworthy thought 1 Does Wil ...

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FOOTBALL CHATTER. N.E.F.A. V. QUORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

- FOOTBALL CHATTER. - .N.E.F.A; y. QUOJRK. .;' x -On 'Saturday lasr a^ re pre sen ta i i v e team ofthe^uornAssociation visited 3J?<ierl>prijugh, and tried Conclusions with selected "Vi^ghteeji of the X«rth-Eastern Association on . the lOC^ skow ^groiind. iti tJie^preEence of ; ^.i^o^J.'CTo^ja^' Xlie ground was in vfairlygbodc^ excep Hon of ioiie or twio patches stili sho« - " jrig the; effects of the' recent, rains ex perienced. The weather 'did - not fayoursigobd iobtball as S strong Wind v .was blowing from the north, which ieptrnostof the play oti the 'southern side of the joval. The Effect of the ; wind is jindicated by the scoring done - on-ihfe "northerii_gosl during the whole ? gatne. i .Tit visitors only, managed. to ECpreT a behiiid whilejthe home team w^e^nahle to send the . leather .: UirijugSi'i''" .. . ^ The 'OTsitors were fully represented, ' .w^eihe^ excep iGonlin, had' likeWise their fullieam lin the field. . --The Dinner.- . .a ?? Quite a small :tonUi...

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TATTERSALL'S RESULTS. —June 28.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

TATTERS ALL'S RESULTS. -June 28. Trial Haadicap, 1 mile.-Caste, 7.12, I; Chamois, 8.4 (2 lb. over), 2; Pistol Prince, 10, 3. Divs., £12 14j and £l IS/. Xime,L49. Jane.Hardies, about 2 miles.-Lord Penda, 3JA, 1;' Stagefright, 10.13, 2; VenezeJos, 9, 3. Divs., £4 13/ and £1 19/. Time, i.ll. TattersaK's- Cup, 2. miles.-Boon tree, 7.12, 1; Para too, 7.4, 2; Antos, Ib.-over)', 3. Divs., £11 16/ and .AT 14/. Time. 3.37i. Windsor Handicap,. 6 furlongs. Gifan, 7.0, 1; Sidburn, 7.0, 2; Ambus cade, ., S.8. 3. Divs., £10 8/ and . £101.11/. Time, 1.19. Sandringham Steeplechase, z nrles. -Epictetus, 12.5, -l; High Degree, ».8, S; HardreUy, 10.9, 3. Divs., £2 17/ and £10 8/. Time, 4.26J. Balmoral Handicap, 6 furlongs. Peace Day, 7.6, I; Bononia, 8.5 (.inc. t ttvpen:), S; Tagala, 8St, 3. Divs., £19.3?/ and £2 1/. Time, i.Ki

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WEATHER DECAY CAUSES GREAT ANNUAL LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 July 1920

WEATHER DECAY CAUSES GREAT ANNUAL LOSS. -J The amount of damage dose to lin painted buildings by weather, "costs many times as much per yard as.'it would to keep those buildings,. well painted. Paint is economy, being t£e. only protection against depreciation by weather wastage. Paint should, be used immediately the surface . needs painting-far it costs less to apply a. coat of paint every few years than to allow the surface to develop into such a state of dis-repair,' that it has again to be built -up. Painting is by no means a luxury, but a posi tive necessity for all thrift}' property owners. The best results are, of; course, obtained by employing a skil led painter to apply a paint of de pendable quality-but good results can be obtained by any amateur -who will follow «he instructions supplied bv the maker of a good paint like. "United". In nearly every town throughout Australasia there is an agent for "UNITED," "Australia's Hijrh-Grade Paint'' who is capable ' and willing to ad...

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

/ TerowkRaces. A-race meeting wae htli in one -ofMr. j, E. Pick's paddocks, in aidofthe Terowi# local hospital, am June 26th. The day wac fine. About 250 people were.present. About £100 will be netted. De tails-Novice Race, six turlo^ge - Mr W. A. Wood's Comet Six starters. - Fly'inp Handicap, ? .six farionga-Mr.'CiiffordV Voe, 9 et. 1 lb. \Trial Stake*-Mr. Clifford's Bumone, 9et. ? lb. Three start era. T®rowie Handicap, nine fur-. longs-Mr. Clifford's Voe, 9 fit. 5Sfe. DUKrict Handicap, six fur kwgf-Mr. J. Pick'#, jaii.. Hazel, fsfc 6 lb. Three start* rs. Con solation Race-Mr. Faulkner'e Cloudiest. Fouretartere.

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