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PORT GERMEIN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

-PORT GERIDIIIIKCQSJNCII,..1#"! Monthly-, meetingj-heldat "Melrose, - on June 26. Present: Chairinan(Mr.*'" G.'H. A. Mahood).and Crs. J. Han nagan, J. Arthur, S. GhalUnger.JG. S.' Wurst, S. G. Stfftfe, S- J.SBr&V&easjfe' and W. P. Foulis.. Minutps previous! . meeting read and- confirmed.*- -Chair- ~ man "reported ?that"iife"had-'liaa%,*,v«ry--" interesting ratepayers' meetinjr in his / Ward.;.,.,.. V-- - Correspbndence-%Froin £ot * eminent -Departinetit^^StriBg'4 to reconsider its decision re orde^.Jor closing roads in. Waite's '.Estaferr-, Chairman, Cr.- AVurst'and ^vitrseeii v to inspect and repoix- at neid ^ipeeKHg. , From petitioners, Hds.. AppUa' SiadSS - Tarcowie, aslqng £pr4rpadt:froinitYait--;. diai id eastern b6tw&ty ' <if \ Appuk ~ ~ H'd.to be- made, - Ch«rinaii,i|^S^ Wurst, and Overseer .10. inspect and rep6i;t:«L««t. mee^g^FronirSesWtj^ ? tary Bush Fires ComnuttM^ wdfrsiijw^; ara, of expenses 19; connection -with ^rajgr;* March2--Ainoun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

Atse WATTLB jijQUM,\ rHORSBHJvIR MUt&HjtfL, .TALLOW. ETC. Jl^vQ^a^tity-, , HigheatCaah . lio, 5dednctiou_J<M iStnd ujuii .injl . s;Pric* Luta,.,..".. ,. ;f *." yy^i:-Hataghton'&r Co. CgKSlE^gTjRBBT,ADELAIDE jt^-'^UBttSffEDA'Ni^IJALLY X ^ . -. i,.i ^ ". THE,:-;;; ...; .*.. LohiliniOireiBtory .riUt AmvincStl anif^dnScn Section*. Eaafelec^&|tde»< to.c«nununic»te MANUFACTURERS ft DEALERS 3® Loifdon" *aniJ in the ???'Provincul To#faJ'injS -Indui trial Central? v{ tbt TtwcEwom tod the Continent. name#, addresses, and : wkit;wiili iti clasaihed under more ,tk»P ».000 trade' Tteadirtga.' including . EXPORT MERCHANTS. psrticulirii of the Good* wfpp«4 '*iiS tte Colonial ud Foreign Marietta supplied. . ", , STEAttBHIP LINES frrfOftd finder tie Port* to'whkb _Aajr^niL and indicating (he' approxi jaute^.-Sailini^. OftMacb Soiineu Cards of Firm* .attend.' their connection*, - *_»*- ii -°r Trade Card* ®f JWliUffil SEEKING AGENCIES «aa nr printed at a c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

Auction Sale <r i :^*-r::A| -1£@ 5_r *- «*_ -*;J i>1n.9hai>p« - i^ lAuction Mart, ". ate Railway Station, "" PETERBOROUGH. . - »»th aj begB to announce that lie will eel aid FurAtt urc, 69c., ?r Setailed^liat on handbill b. ^ki£l££Vr'\ ?. '? fcoSafcyB." RYAN), ftfJ^MONEER,,. . Gifteral Commission Agent, aiom '. M0UCTSD IN ANY PAKT OF DISTRICT. ' , - -! ? INSURANCES XFPXCTKD. lGKKEMENTS, INCOIH TAX PREPARED. -cv ^-" .? >**..»:*««»*. [ > g^VrTfOUH CMI «EFAIR£C »y p8r?« M ^ 'f£-3$s&kji- - mm Motor Engineers, MMN«TBEiT, MTIRBOBOUCH. ^^^gpKjgB^giiSS^BSp^hi^E^te jaaadhit^onr.'.- A trial with ue and ^^^S^i^^wwHy^W^Sidc<iiaoiy ouritaa-ny customer*. tinder cara, «&bo Chevrolet i-iieadfour-cylindercaM. wmm you can't reap. * FIRM FOR EVERYTHING. i^^^^raa^Sa«aL^»SllfiA»GE- with the office s«f the ^M^K£o^aitnt Umon, ltd COY. OF AUSTRALIA, Ltd. ^s53a»-;CJ.C.) OCCIDENT.' - LIVESTOCK artTwb. ... ISw^iV^Sfinni^'^nSm'Ageht^te jrour Town,'or communicat...

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THE SUN RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

THE SUtfiRAVSED COIitJMN. By "DIP-TIN." r Members of the Federal Parliament have voted for an increase in the amount of their parliamentary "allow ance.- from £600 per annum -to" an amount not exceeding £j,000 per an num in order to meet the high cost of living.-Parliamentary report. 1 f you have tears prepare to shed them now; And if you haven't, well it doesn't matter, So loftg as, with a . sob your heads you bow -- And artfully .some' drops of water scatter To witness to your sympathetic na ture. And comfort members of the legisla ture. Despite the cost of living, fhey have tried. On six humfred quid, the wolf to keep away. And each maintain his legislator's pride - On this meagre "ante-bellum" rate of pay; . For "ii iifty pounds a month what politician Co;iW adequately keep up his posi tion? iripD'c-'s pair- of trousers pato'ceJ hare heou,' . Till they're like a rainbow out upon the razzle;* Though each "beaufort" masks the transformation scene, Lest the vaijegaitei t colours me...

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FRANCIS BIRTLES FILM ENTERPRISES, LIMITED. Australian Productions for Australian People. Fortunes in Films. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

FRANCIS BIRTLES FILM EN TERPRISES, LIMITED. Australian Productions for Australian Peonle. Fortunes in Films. Dou you think that Australians are capable of competing with other na tions in the battle of life? Have we the ability and energy necessary to make our country great It is a peculiar fact that many of our coun trymen lack faith in their own land. The outside -world recognises that we have the ability. Australians fill the big positions in Art, Music, and let ters, our sportsmen have achieved success in every field and the world is satisfied that the "Digger" was t e finest fighting man of the Great War. Thfc "Diggers" themselves fojnd that the boots, clothing, food and sup plies they received from Australia were better than -the supplies they re ceived from other sources. TheVe is no disputing the fact that Australia can delirer the goods. Yet whenever we visit a Picture Theatre we are shown only foreign productions. The majority of these films ch iulr] be made in the Commonw...

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PETERBOROUGH HOMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

PETERBOROUGH HOMING CLUB. Programme of Races, 1920.-June 26th, Riverton; July 3rd. Rivertan; July 10th, off (Peterborough Races), July 17th. Angastou: July 24th, Aji gaston; July 31st, Angaston; August 7th" Tintinara; August 14th, Tintin ara: August 21st. Tintinara; Augiiit 28th.. Tintinara; September 4th, Nhill; Septeinber 11th, NaiH; September 18th. Nhill; September 25th, NhiU; October 2nd off (Railway Pieuicj); October 9th, Maryborough; October 16th. Melbourne. ? The Peterborough Homing Club flew their first race of- the season on Saturday, 26th June, from Riverton (about 85 miles) when the weatKcr cond'rtions were unfavourable for homing, a strong wind blowing ricfUl against "the birds. Appended are the results.-1st, Mr. C. Green's red C.H. 92, Velocity, 789 yards per min.; 2nd, Mr. W. Roberts' red C.H. 447, Velocity 785 yards per min.; 3rd, Mr. D. Bren'nan's blue C.C. 482, Velocity, 782 yards per min. ahlwlth, I

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Position of the Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

... NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL " "^ASSOCIATION; -Position of the Clubs. p. Saints 5 Ttrowie . .. 5 Ramblers . .. 5 Yongalas . ., 5 'Burgs .. .. .4 W. L. D. Pis. 4 1 - $ 4 1 - 8 t 3 -2-" * " 3 - * 0 4 - 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

fl la Al««y» B**t ta la* a few Ecpi brettboabU tab lets dissolve to the mouth in order ic axre»t a cold ar chUL in It* Ant stage*, &ad mo prevent it acttllnc on the lungs In Train or Tram Peps wlil eoAbl^ you to wcrd off the du<«r arlaing frotc wlcds and draught*, or from contact with people suffering from Infectious influenza. and chest complaint*. . For (be Children, the safest' and most pleasant throat amd chest remedy is Pep* which are tree from all harmful ' drilgi.' Pepi .ooo stop cxouplneas. wheer tiif, and bad brntbloc. For the Old Polka Peps mean restfnl days and peaceful nlghtt, unbroken by the exhausting cough x>f bronchitis, or stifling- spasm* of asthma. Being the trae breathe able remedy. Peps soothe ewray any soreness or in flammation. make the breathing comfortable, and defend any weak spot in the throat and.cheet against the evlt effects of sudden leather changes Thei«e m noihlag «o good a* Peps for COUGHS £ COLDS For CUUra'i B«dda« Cmfk, ¥*.*'...

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Yongala V. Saints. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

-Yongala v, Saints The above match was played at Yon gala on Saturday last This ;game was looked forward to with much interest, as a good game was .expected, and in anticipation of this, there was -a fair "crowd on the (Oval. The weather conditions -were unpleasant, as a very cold and, choppy wind blew from a nor Tfierly "(Erection. The game did not start until after half-past three, owing to the non-appearance of both.umpire and Saint players, consequently the match . was finished in semi-darkness. Soon after the commencement, it was -seen thst the play would develop into a go-as-you-please, affair. Umpire Mitchell lost control of the game almost immediately, and his exhibition of umpiring was about as bad as could be seen for an association fixture. At one period only tvvo players were on the northern half of the playing arena, and one of these was between the uprights; while.'on the eastern wing, for a con siderable period of the game, there was not a. player. Fully two-thirds of...

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TEROWIES BEATEN. Rambler's Solid Play. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

' #. . . ' 1 TEROWrcS BEATEN. i A i jRamidcr's Solid; nay.' The first games of the second round of the above association were -played on Saturday last Terovries, who. we're unbeaten in the "first rounds =_ iriet?- the JRanifolers.' on their own " ground, and, as was generally expec ted. they woiild turn the tables on the ^-isit-ors': There >vas-a bleak -north' wind blowing acrossthe oval, which caused the greater part of the play to take place on the southern half of the oval. Captain Adams won the toss, and-selected;to take advantage of the wind in the first quarter. - Shortly- after the bounce. the Ramb lers had the leather in their forward lines, and before many minutes bad elapsed. Gay marked near goals, and with a good boot, opened the Ramb ler's score with a major. The ma jority cf.the-B.lay was in the Rambler's forward quarters, and when the 1x11 rang they had scored 5 goals 5 be hinds while the Terowies only man aged to register a goaL With the - change -of -ends. the. pl...

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Wife's Infidelity. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

Wife's Infidelity. Gtorg* Gordon Holland, of tlie01jm|iis Pictures, en Wedneeda; petitioned tot . divorce from kit wife, Feline Stand Holland, on the ground of htr miscon duct with William ULarvin Langferd, who was named as to-respondent. Mr. F. 8#yoiour Smith appeared XeI the petition*!. Then was no appearance oil behalf oi the respondent and co-respon dent. The petitioner said ha was married ta the respondent on November S8, 18Q6, at Broken Bill. The witness and the ra »p6iulei_i iited at Broken HiU and in South Australia. Iu March, 1908, be was absent in Victoria. On bis retire to South Australia ha discovered, that his wife had left (heir hone at St. P«tars. Ha subsequently discovered ihsrehebad gone to Broken Hill. They had bad «oft tinual misunderstandings. Ha asked the respondent to return to him, bat she said she wanted nothing more to do with him. The witness paid a visit te America, and was abssnt far IS mouth*. He aant hie wife sufficient money to last her for IS months. ...

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The Baratta Field. A BUSY CENTRE. Broken Hill July 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

Ibe Saratta fjeM. " A BUSY CCNTRB. .. ; ;>.l Broken HiiL Juiy&h. According to Minrt. 8. Janes *o4- ?. Qosdan, two pro.pcctor» from tiir Saratta »ilr«r laad field, man an .reiving is in .rMiiiii Dumbiii to mui Uockt peggaiy and t*ke up saw blocka. liana. . JonMihd Golden ftnttJisf ilnirbloeb to (h« |lAntMill oompaniaa. ~ Tiujnpsii taring itruck . rich formation of carbo cat* or*, and also Mama of galena. " fill* »ar-laiKl galana ia praaant in laiga qitaa titie»,-»nd alao gray ora, iaad carbon, aiea, *cd ailrcr-bflaricg atoc*. Foad Riippliai ar# aatiafaotorp, and dircoteoa- - tnunication with Carrtaton anct Yunta ia baing arranged.

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QUORN JOCKEY CLUB. HANDICAP WON BY SAN GEORGE. CORNER BLOCK ANNEKES THE DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

SVCLUB. sr"i lifllay^ /3>rAke' . a?-little -on, inv<cbnse; jifcliib's' Win *~ Jw3Iei^#^iijfr^^£^s?rThe. JCOWSC yreS«ite<l y^j^tcSf^ spectacle, " aft "tte^graiia/j^a s^ipbsoint 't»« liever 1«ent<j Wttera8valftage. " "The 1 track -wis i ; trifle IfitxVy.' ^ieverthelesa - (he the aver age. ~3The badly, a 5 >?-. to Quoin ^TtifjTOijr iocals com was ie?ord sciise 3 figure have. - TO? fence -^Surpassed" (19X8), ''whth^the'^'tiiiizidit's- figures were SL43S3 Jof ?0t^eti:fa6ts, against '£ 1,969 : 10/thw yearjot six races. Tie gate - 1*K03pt& . lasjf" Sjiionlay . "were £100, in^lSHfc-The -member? «.»_.. .. » ^considerably. .. 6Mger «f (Spjr- ' Flyine sand turf, l^^iSl^'SUjp-r; *«id %as %ieeh: V«ry ~ Q~y<-eK ;},*! with , his large string, of botiu. We wish him all success. Mr H. J. Heaslip 'was weir" iinfor-' : ixnpife on : Saturd^ Vith Cheer XJpj ; who fell fiofise had a iath&.'3u?Baue fall, as his pfder statedj^^iu9ipe?j.the o...

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SPORTING NOTES. NORTH-EASTERN J.C. PETERBOROUGH RACES Run To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 July 1920

^ . A «ORTH-EASTERN J.C. ' S^E&^ROPGH HACKS "'jTo^iterbW. ^I^SLasfr-^a ..: 4 : ^winter ^meeting of--the '-on' the; vSeier-.; ' CSa-. iap^rtersjiiafthert . jM&Hylarge number ? »^idihait,tiieineet: h?=MSiie"l>est we have Jbiiesi J(^^%ie:^ ;«Kcelleiit condi-. i|is«Ta^e^n&^«mplcte for jija!?a "S^cfollowingare fwletiicms:- ?: > .; gStn^E^KACE:^ - ?? ?-:/ Sisc, 9.8; ' aflHSOfegUti!" Cajji ^-'.rsai^enei^, tualiifia^ V . V" iN.^ikNbtCA3?.-- ? i;.-/' . 9.8 ; C. lloeli; |ff^o«iaaip6J5;::; " ~ 6.5;;Bcclol, . rhtuabc,- 8.0; . :lfede/ 7.3; fsmimrWat Watoii^'-'S.ish' IMollyMobre, ;#.iS;.>Gfladorii: - ?Vea,8.i2, Acquirer, .7.7- .' IBaiioi jX^d*^suii£arjV$.9; :£^;!:s^0SfcnA&, 18.2; i742;:;Stridaft; * --^ ?tst6ui<3on; 7jJ; :./ . /STA^fes:. . . ;:8.0- Bualcntt, . ,.3»r .-.isfaifctf.. J-*.- :} r. >«., Pers'^h. Siiie, .S.Oj'JRcffl'of IfSq-: - jGare,' t;o. iff. tJEzeiutofi f£rf$.'

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PROFESSOR [?]EON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

- PROFESSOR KEON. On Tuesday night, July SO, at Pe terborough, the residents of the dis trict will have an opportunity- of see ing the wonderful Professor Leon, who was successful In placing the challenger and sceptic of hypnotism, Mr. Courtney, into hypnotic sleep for eight days at the Adelaide Exhibi tion recently, and who asioundtd scientists, the medical fraternity, and students generally by his suggestions and power of wilL The great attrac tion is Professor Leon and his two sisters in their act On Tuesday night Professor Leon will place his sister in a hypnotic sleep, and she will be placed in; a local shop win dow. all night, and Wednesday, and will be taken-ta the 'Town Hall on Wednesday ?. night," where Professor Leon -before awakening her "Will "per form a repetition of die remarkable "stents . lie'' <TeJigW:ed A-delauW audi ences with last week, when hundreds were turned away; The fun in con nection with this -show ? is fast and -furious, and laughter is the pr...

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Miss R[?] Maxwell at Peterborough A RARE TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

Miwlew Mi III lU il rilnhim^ A RARE TREAT. Rar»iy ars we afforded such a musical beat as was provided by Mil* Bene Matv^ uid hercoo c*rt party onThursday evening of last w<eek. The talented artists visited us on the invitation of oiir energetic hospitel president (Dr. Goods) and donated 50 par cant, of the proceeds to the hotp tal funds, which benefit by over <S2 Thar* was a very large attend ance and the artistawere given a very hearty reoeptioa. Mies itene Harwell, who is the pos sessor of a. beautifully clear sopra no voice, sang "Walts Song" jCGounodA "Red Roofs", "Down Here", and "X passed by your window" (May H. Brahe), "-Down in the forest" (L&udon RenaldJ, "Lullaby" (Cyril Scott?, "Fairies , at the - bottom of our garden" (Liza Lehmahn} and conciluded *vith the five Australian. Bash Songs, i>y Georgette Petersen, which won her such fame in Lon , don. viz., Tke little Mia-Mia,** "The Moonbost," "Kangaroo Song," " WayBack," sod "Kook aburra." O...

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COURT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

COURT NEWS. At die Magistrates Couit/- Peter borough, on July 8, befcre " Messrs. S. b. Jones (mayor), and E: H.' Frith, J.'sP., A. W. B. Stigwood . siied K. Davies {'both oi Cavenagh), for - £. 19 19/ damages, for defamation ci character, in statement alleged to have been made fry defendant in re ference to a sheep takeji. from bis mo ther's paddock and sold by plaint ff. Mr. H. O. A, Rankin-appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. A. L. liut er l' .t defendant, who den ed having spok 11 or published the words comp.ai:.ed of, that remarks contained.the mean ing set out, and that any damage was occasioned. There was a large atten oaiice ut ibe Court. anl ;he ca<e la* ittt till late m the aitt-riioon. Counsel! on both sides addressed the. Bench at considerable length, and some very interesting points of law were raised, and authorities quoted. A number of witnesses gave evidence in the case. The magistrates gave a nonsuit, each party to pay his own costs. At the Peterborough Mag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

- ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. Ever have any irritation of the skin? There are' many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure; Eczema, just as bad sad just as hard to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it. cures every irrita ting skin trouble. No irritation of the skin.can resist the soothinsr, healing in "fiuence. Every reader of this article suffers, or has at some time suffered, with tonnentinc skin irritation, and it tnav return at any time. Can any rea der doubt the following: Mrs. HI Hailes, Main Street, Peter borough, says: "My daughter was trou bled with a nasty rash on' the face. I -tried all sorts of remedies in the hope "of finding a cure, but I could see no improvement: in fact- the rash seemed to: he spreading. One day a friend ;a6ked - me if I had' used Doan's Oint dneht, and as I had not, she advised me to tiy some.. I am -vary glad I acted on the advice for this splendid Ointment gave relief almost immediately, and by continuing its use for a week or so a perfect cure was ef...

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SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartu[?]." PETERBOROUGH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

^ . ;BFOR3TlN<i N<H es. races passed off fuc^essfnily ion -Saturday. Tie moru ?«iff.urpke and promised very *' strong "wind -«e -north,: and jh?dt -gi^giytimpleasaiit. Rain threa 3 p.m., but only a, sufficient to bother i3«ne:v^!r^&^ was a. splendid atten- - " 2^?^ taken- at toe ®oo't?pn to an increased following list STuieSotal t6f eight years';- ?""' jjv' - '~. " . "."'. ' Summer. >?-.-?? : : ."-w. Jr^m^ - 52 86" 88 61 53 ;~m i"5i lie , VfSnter: £ ? ? ISO . ?95 - ? ?" 94 79 115 113 114 -89 it!®^1(arate:.'crowd "the tote ^^^i^c 'avera^ -)onl>1 £l$? ji - f||swg^^roosji-^as again stf2,220 r":ffitj^niiB&:>®ieeting. For the weight. years the-reading were . >ws:- - - .* Summer. " Winter.. ". . i:W.?'-^S;S20. ?;? ?.-, i;87i -: ? Xikis&S.aSOr?: '. ->3,450 %*%'<}&£*&:???? - ;fv M.» .1,671 8,34# . 1.950. 1,651 : 2,337 8.863 ' "2,457 2,166 591* . .-,. . White . had ? Si ~ >- -charge of -tfiiSiotaliiato...

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HAD IMPORTANT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920

HAD IMPORTANT BUSINESS. - 1 . A small bos/'-toying-.^jtist arrived at the : entrance gates-of the Horse Guards. jstopped tp' light ;a-cigajette, and -Saving" done .bo ;was .amoving on. whence espied the mounted soldier. Thrusting his! hands deep intp'&is trousers -poc&ets he. iooked -the. im posing soldier up and down, and then familiarly shouted. "What "chser,; old Tin-ribs V " Trooper Tin-rihs responded to the salutation by growling, "Hook it, you rascal.". 7 "Who is yer a-movin' on?" yelled the boy in a .mpsf . aggravating fashion ; "is yerso .corky as to think yer the perleece ? Come down from thet 'oss o' yourn, an' I'll punch yer." -. " - . ' The {helpless sentry looked uncom fortable, and the boy. applying a grimy thumb to a very diminutive apse, danced about in front of the irate Lifeguardsman. - At length the trooper; losing all patience under the torment, - shouted . for the non-com.-, missioned officer of the guard. T^e bpy went on : -"'Oh, you're afraid t...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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