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PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. A meeting of the committee wa« held in the Committee Room. Town Hall, on Tuesday evening. June 17, Dr. Arthur Goode being in the chair. Dr. Goode reported on the question of a suitable site for the hopsital. He was deputed to get into communica tion with the owner of property de cided upon. Correspondence from the Red Cross Circle, suggesting that a pu'blic meeting of ladies interested in the hospital be called at an early date. It was resolved to adopt the suggestion, and Dr. Goode to explain what is required. The N.E. Football Association wrote stating that they could not see their way tlear to prom ise a percentage of the gate money, but that the position would be re viewed at the close of the season and a donation to the Hospital Fund would be made. Messrs. H. Benfield, A. A. Barber, and J. T. Baker were added to the committee. The offer of the proprietor of the "Times" to donate a medal, valued at £2 2/, for a voting competition, was accepted with thanks....
BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
BLACK ROCK. The Institute Hall was crowded on Tuesday evening, June 10 when a welcome home social was tendered to Lce.Cpl. Williams, D.C.M., Tpr. Eric Philcox, Pte. A. L. Weston, and Staff Nurse M. Kuerschner. The girls be longing to the Glfee Club formed a guard of honour whilst the soldiers marched to the platform. The pro ceedings began with the Natianai An them, and the Chairman (Mr. D, Moy) introduced the nurse and sol diers to the audience in his usual pleasant style. Three glees were sung by the members of the Glee Club, and solos were pleasingly rendered by Hisses Penna, -Brown, Williams, and Claudia Xaismith. Miss Myrtle Fyfe acted as pianist. Messrs. Copley, sen., M. Redden, D. O'Gorman, and. W. Copley welcomed the soldiers, and each spoke in eulogistic terms w our guests, and wished them success as they settle down in civilian life again. The Secretary (Miss Ida Nai smith), on behalf of the committee, presented each soldier with a gold medal, suitably inscribed, in appre ...
DISTRICT COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
DISTRICT COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. The following nominations were, received for councillors and auditors on Saturday, June 14: YONGALA. Yongala Ward-P. J. Kerin (elect ed). Mannanarie Ward--D. T. Ro binson (elected). Morgan Ward-Xo nominations. Auditor-P. Gleeson ^elected). TEROWIE. No. 1 Ward-A. J. Keats (elected). No. 2 Ward-W. D. Roach (elected). No. 3 Ward-W. C. J. Collins and M. Collins. No. 4-J. L. Smith (elected). Auditor-F. R. Simpson. KAN YAK A. Piclii Richi-J. Brewster and T. McColl. Suburban-A. J. Millard, G. R. Prettejohn. and G. C. Schilling. Yarrah-Wvacca-M. Eckert and \V. T. White. Auditor-W. R. Thomp son (elected). -ORROROO. Walloway-F. P. Keats and W. D. MacDonald. Coomooroo-C. Halli day elected). Pekina-J. Graham and M. McNamara. Black Rock-if. Redden (.elected). Erskine-T. Ar thur and A. Haynes. Auditors-B. A. Clarke and H.. H. B. Medlin (elected); COGLIN. Coglin-G. L. Ferguson (elected). Parnaroo-E. Darrah (elected)'. Nac fcara-T. O'Connell (elected). Audi tor-S. D. J...
DISTRICT NEWs. WALLOWAY. HONOURING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
DISTRICT NEW8; ... . .ai (From Our Own CorregptHidents).; - WALLOWAY. ? HONOURING SOLDIERS. Pte. P. G. Hooper, who arrived at Walloway, was met at the railway station and accorded a hearty wel- ? :come home by a large number of friends. The station- was decorated by members of the Lfeague of the Em pire. ? A public social. was given in the evenihg, the room being crowded. Those entertained with the guest of the evening were' Pte. Rogers, Pte. Eemke, M;M& arid .Trooper Robert son. An Interesting programme was arranged. Addresses, were, given by Messrs. Lyons, Thompson, Robert son', Gibb, Chapman,: and Blight, and items were rendered - by ' . Misses Bemke, Kain, and Arthur, and . Messrs. J. and J. .Werner. %Pte. Hooper responded. A supper and dance followed, the music being sup plied by Misses Fernandez and Wilr son and Mr. P. Bemke. Pte. Hooper has served for three years in France. He was once wounded in the battle line., where- he sustained a broken arm.
A PENSIONER FOUND DEAD. Hawker, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
A PENSIONER FOUND DEAD. Hawker, June 11. Messrs. J. C. Taylor and J.'Ben nier, of Willow Plains, while on their way into Hawjcer on Friday, called at a house known as Teakle's, in the Hundred of Arfeaba, about six miles from Hawker, and occupied by Mr. Thomas Anderson Turnbull, an old age pensioner: The nearest dwelling house is that of Mr. F. C. Webb, about one mile away. As they could riot hear or see Mr. Turnbull, they entered the house to look foV -him, and discovered him lying dead. Ther reported the ? matter to Mounted Constable Carman, who went out and . viewed the body, and reported the ?matter to Mr. B. Manson, coroner,, who deemed an inquest unnecessary. The' deceased; who" was 79 years of age,, w»S a colonist: of 60 years. ? He was "born at Bumford, Hawick, in Scotland, in November, 1839, and was' educated 'at the Isle of Man, after . wards* entering a bank!,' where - She spent two or, three -years: In . 1859 he came' to, South Australia to. the; late Dr. Moorhouse (a rel...
TRY MAGNESIA FOR YOUR STOMACH TROUBLE. It Neutralizes Acidity and Prevents. Fermentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
TRY MAGNESIA FO&l YOUR STOMACH TROUBLE. It Neutralizes Acidity and Prevents. Fermentation. Before giving- up hope and deciding that you are a chronic dyspeptic, just try the effect of a little magnesia not the ordinary carbonates, oxides, . or citrates,v but bisurated magnesia", which you" can obtain from practically anj' chemist in either powder or. tab let form. Take half % teaspoonft)l of the powder or two compressed tatf lets with a little water after your next meal. It will neutralize . ihe harmful acid in your stomach, dispel the wind, soothe and heal your 'in- . flamed stomach, and quickly relieve your indigestion. Many hundreds, of, . sufferers have gained relief from this - simple remedy, amongst them Mr- ?. Y. Anderson of Cooray, Queensland, who says;-"I hadt suffered from indi gestion . for about five years and had tried all sorts of treatment without ' success, when a friend advised me to ' give bisurated magnesia a -trial. I am very glad I did so, for I experi-....
VOCATIONAL TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
VOCATIONAL TRAINING, t i - Mr. H. P. Shakes, secretary of the Peterborough Repatriation Commit tee, has drawn our attention to an important decision that iias been ar rived at by Cabinet in regard to under age men who enlisted in the A.I.F., under the -age of 20 years, and who desire to be trained for a definite trade or calling. Under the scheme, young men who left trades or desire to learn one will receive sustenance during their trafning, enabling them to complete their trade without any hardships. Such a boon should be pounced upon by every young man entitled to it, and the local secretary will gladb- supply all particulars to enquirers.' We print below a statement by Senator Millen, the Minister for Re patriation, who has issued an interest ing note on the subject of the payment of sustenance in his department. An analysis of the sustenance payments, prepared upon the basis of the total number of men returned to the Com monwealth on February 28, shows that of 114,600 men return...
HAMMOND DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly Me[?]ing. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
HAMMOND DISTRICT C.OUNCIL. . Monthly Mc^feng. ' The general monthly meeting of the Hammond District Council ;>vas held iSh Saturday- last in the Council Cham ber. Present--alL ; The minutes of the last meeting were confirmed as read." *&lt;v Cr. Ward asked if renovations were proceeded with, and it was ascertained that the work was completed. ' The Chairman = stated; that he was unable to interview the Minister whilst in Adelaide in regard to tree planting. ... The fol'cw^n j changes of owner ship were reported:' From M. E. Grif : fen, Block 71. Hammond .township, to G. Grifferi, Hammoii'L ifrorn M. j£. Griffon ito-G. R. Stiffen- Block II, ^HamrhbhdjexteiisibnoniiorthVI^roin Griffen, part sec- "" , iioTi Sl^Hd. Coonatta. From T;,Tte : assessment . ip« .Bjniiie ? . township. From Catherine O'Riley to .. F. G'Riley. Block 52, Bruce township, "prom F. H-. Xehmann iu-Ellen Jane Moockra. FromB. ,M. D. Hampel to tion 507, Hd. Willochra. From Wtfi. J. Jlllen ,to J^mes Rodgers, s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
Your Battery Batteries, like engines, need attention. Constant use often causes some little defect, which wiJJ grow into a seri ous fault if not attended to early. Let us overhaul your battery. Our experience, knowledge, and skill is ready to make your battery 100 per cent, correct. New Willard Batteries are taken care of by, us for ?0 days, providing we do the initial charging. , Write now for Willard Bat tery Service, or call at near est Willard Service Staton or Garage, Have your battery seen to to-day. SMITH MOVE, ltd., WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION, 125 Pirie Street, Adelaide. ASK FOR Adelaide Meat Store Small Goods. OBTAINABLE IN ALL COUNTRY TOWNS. GOODS PACKED FRESH DAILY. Address 93 CURRIE ST., ADELAIDE. Consign your CREAM to thr Factory MURPHY, FRGMEN & GO. LIMITED Proprietors. W. BIRREL, Manager. Highest Prices, Prompt Returns, Save freight?, Save Wear and Tear of Cans. We pastuerize all Cream, and Or roroo Butter tops the Market for Quality and Price. F. J. SMIT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
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The Times FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919. Local and General News Sergeant 0*Brlan, of Peterborough, haa received word of his promotion to the position of Sub-Insp«ctor. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday, next the services will toe as follows: -11, Mattins: 7, Evensong. Yongala, 3. Rev. H. Davidson.. Walloway Coursing Club are hold ing a meeting this year on.the'-12th July. For full details see advertise ment. Splendid Values ia Ladies' ChU at Debbie's. Mr. and Mrs. Kitto. of Morchard,. have been notified- by . the military authorities that their son, -Tpr. R. E. Kitto, is returning per transport Orai3, due in Melbourne about June 16. We congratulate both Mr. and Mrs. Kitto on their son's safe return. A Progressive Firm.-Messrs. Dick son Bros, have installed, in connection with their boot repairing department, a complete finishing machine. This will enable them to turn out repairs in double quick time. The pu'blic will, no doubt, appreciate this innovation, and send along their repairs, with the knowledge t...
TEROWIE V. UNITEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
TEROWIE V. UXITEDS. The Uniteds visited Terowie last - Saturday, and suffered defeat at the hands of the home team. The weather was excellent, and a fair crowd, who witnessed a good game of football, was in attendance. Mr. Wittaker had charge of the game, and although his decisions were considered fair by both teams, he allowed the play to get too rough. The game started at the proper time. Uniteds won the toss, and kicked with the wind. At the bounce of the ball Terowie attacked, and after some very hard play were suc cessful in securing a "sixer." Uniteds attacking were successful in raising two flags. Both teams then played in earnest, and when the bell rang at the end of the first quarter the scores were: Terowie. 1 goal. Uniteds, 1 gxsal 5 points. Terowie. with the wind in their fa ^'our, attacked in the second quarter, and very quickly added four goals to their credit. Although Uniteds fought bard, they were not successful in scoring. This was due' to the won derful combinatio...
TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
TATTLE. (By "The Man on the Wire.") Ramblersf are fortunate in getting Brown »into their team. , Yojigala's^star. man, Johnson, shone out Tfc-eli at times. v- The. 'Ex-Chairman of the Association .spavin; evidence occasionally. ablers jvere without Virgin, Mac _ja^,aKirL JRames. eesoii. .had the advantage in ruck, raving to.-^is height, and usually got a ^ffoOd fcn&ck-outi*" jQuiiatr^i-i^ked 2 sixers off the ;;groAn,cb"'; A'dwis leivi time_ 3Gne( impressed some very pretty, but tiife handball at certain periods J-Find Yongala's forwards? Ans^ic-Anywhere but in 1#ie correct placed Tajfor showed up in the last quarter as w«l as in the second.
FOOTBALL. Draw of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
FOOTBALL. -Draw of Matches. June 21-St. Anecletus v. Ramblers. June 28-All Teanis off. July . 5-Terowie v. Ramblers. St. Anecletus v. Yongala. July 12-All Teams off. July- 19-United v. St. Anecletus. July 26-Yongala v. Terowie. Ramblers v. United. .Aug. 2-United v. Yongala. - Terowie v. St. Anecletus. Aug. 9-St. Anecletus v. Ramblers. Aug, 16-United v. Terowie. Yongala v Ramblers. Aug., 23-First Semi. Aug.s 30--Second Semi. Sept. 6-Pinal. Sept. 18-Play off (if necessary). All games, played on grounds of first-named club.
QUORN WEIGHTS. Run June 28. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles four chains [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
QUORN WEIGHTS. Run June 28. . HANDICAP HURDLES. ; Two miles four chain? Grace Watson, 10 st. 13 lb.; / al lie, J0.5; Muttawarrah, 10.3; Andv j.)on aid,1, 10.3;. Tot. Melba, 10.2; Lo-.hiel 10.2j Sylvan Belle, 10.0; Holy War 9.12; Epictetus. 9.9; Disputant, 9.7; Pyrainidic, 9.6; Bay Trent, 9.5; Per ambulation, '9.4; Sunny More, *9.2; Tiu boyj- 9.0; Dextrai, 9.0. :'y FLYING HANDICAP, f Six furlong's. Persian Belle. 9 st. 10 lb.; Anton Belle,- 9.3.; Paddilli, 8.3; Killarney Rose, .8.2; Field Glass. 8.0: Gratiosa, 7.13^ Marie Carola, 7.13; Ethel M.. Battle Queen. 7.S; Perlubie. 7.8; Becitol, 7.4-; .Dell Rose, 7.4; Red Trent, 7.3;J'Tot Melba, 7.2; Eyebrow, 7.2; Zermar, 7.0; Kolindo, 7.0. I QUORN HANDICAP. £ One and a quarter miles. P|enty, 9 st. 4 lb.; Arise, 9.0; Arl tunga Xing, 8.4; Chardor, 8.3; Laroon, 8.2;:;Maelham, 8.0; Marie Carola, 8.0; Fiel| Glass, 7.13; Ethel M., 7.10; Wai. ^rakei. 7.8; Red Trent, 7.3; Snowtown, "7.2; .Albaree, 7.2; Kallinta, 7.0. HANDICAP LADIES' BRACELET. Seve...
RAMBLERS V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
RAMBLERS V. YONGALA. A small, but appreciative crowd was present to witness the match between the plough-boys and town men on the Show Grounds last Saturday. A fairly strong breeze heralded the play to one end in particular, since it was travel ling rom north to south. It was fully expected thgt the most scoring would take place-down at the Southern end, but ndt ito such 21} -extent as svas the case. The Yongala team was much heavier than that of the local men, and on account of them'crowding the ball, the game was much" rougher than it should have been. -The Match. The Ramblers won die toss, and de cided to kick with the wind. Some misunderstanding occurred amongst the time-keepers, with the Tesult that 20 minutes was only allotted for the first quarter's play. From . the ' bounce, the ball travelled to the South end. where Dodd passed to Meadows, who regis-, tered the maximum from a good kick. Points were scpred by the Ramblers, until Yongala tok possession, and sent the plav towa...
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK. The Next Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK. The Next Federal Elections. The approaching Federal Elections, which will he held early next year, were referred to at the meeting of the Excutive of the Liberal' Union on Friday. May J6. ivhen it was resolved that the question of determining the best method ol selecting candidates to contest the Senate should be.' re ferred to the Organizing Committee for consideration and report. It can not b« too strongly emphasized that the interests that will be involved in the appeal to the people are of vital importance to the future security and stability of the Commonwealth. The issue may he clearly defined as the maintenance, by constitutional pro cedure, of the functions of respon sible government during the critical period of reconstruction. For these reasons it is essential that men or sound business experience and judg ment. commanding the confidence of. the public, should allow themselves to be nominated for the Senate. It is equally desirable that the selection of ...
WHAT'S THE REASON? [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 June 1919
WHAT'S THE REASON? There are scores of people who drag out a miserable existence without realizing1 the cause of their suffering. Day after day they are racked with backache and headache; suffer from nervousness, dizziness, ' weakness, langour, and depression. Perhaps the kidneys have fallen be hind in their work of filtering the blood and that may be the root of-the trouble. Look to your kidneys, assist them in their work-give them the help they need. You can use no more highly recommended remedy than Doan's Backache' Kidney Pills endorsed by people all over the coun try. Mr. H. Mildren, . Carrier, Peters burg. says:-"Kidney trouble came on slowly in my case. , It started with . pains in the back, which at first were only slight, but as time went on they got worse and soon I was suffering agonj'. Later on I noticed a slight urinary irregularity, and dizzy attacks began to trouble me. My rest at' night was disturbed, arid in con sequence, I always felt tired and languid. After suffe...