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Soldiers Memorial Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
Hospital matters still move alorg. and we are gradually. &lt;lraw:n« nearer to - realisation of long-delayed che rished hopes. Foundation day* will not be long in coming: ronnd (Sep tember 24), by which, date it is hoped the total amount required to build the hospital will be subscribed. It be hoves us all to work enthusiastically .and subscribe liberally, so that no delays will be occasioned in opening our hospital. Everything is going ahead smoothly at present, and tue residents are earnestly requested to send in^ their donations as-^arly ao possible'to the secretary (Ma Alex. Dickson) or the President (Dr. Ar thur Goode),* so as a -.complete list may be prepared, and subsuiy securcd this year.
QUORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
QUORN MAKKET. S. A.. ,;Farmer»' Co-op. Union, Ltd., report "having conducted their usual monthly market at the above centre on Friday, July 9th. There was an exceptionally large attendance of buyers from . the north, Broken Hill, southern and surrounding district*. The yarding of stock was probably the . largest ever submitted at Quorn; aod^they report a moat successful sale. They quote as under:-Sheep-Fat wethers to 52/6, fat ewes to 45/, fat hoggets to 35/6, forward - wethers to 35/6, hoggets /mixed sexes) to 37/6, ewes aiad lambs from 43/ to 50/3; 4,379 sold.-Cattle-An attractive ' draft of Shorthorn cows, ttteers and heifers attracted spirited competition. ' Shorthorn cows to £25;. 1 Shorthorn- bull £2?, fat steep? to £21, heifers to £17, store steers to £117*2 year old steers and heiiers to £7, 286 sold. *
Market Reports. HAWKER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
Market Repart*. HAWKER MARKET. -- S. A. Eartnen.' Co-op. Union, ; Ltd*, reportha visg conducted tbsit -VfUbi monthly market at the'1;abov# centre on Saturday, July. 10th. An attractive yard ing of stock was'submitted :to-a large number of buyers from the north and southern district* and eonijjetititjnbeing keen, a splen did fialeresulted. They qjiote as .iinderi^-Sheep-Fat wethers to -*0/, fat "ewes to 43/9, forwwd wethers td~36/, store wethers to 26/,^ry ew'es 36/, ewes and lambs to :30/6, rams to &lt;3; 4,592 sold. = Cattle-Fat steers to *2010/, iat COOT to £20 5/, "fat haife^ to £14, ' store eteers to £11 10/, young steers and heifers to 28 2/6; "311 sold;
AN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY THAT WILL BE FREE FROM INDUSTRIAL UNREST. The Francis Birtles Film Enterprises Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
AN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY THAT WILL BE FREE FROM INDUSTRIAL UNREST. The Francis Billies Film Enterprises Limited.. Taking all the distributing ele ments of modern industry into con sideration, this Company has adopted a system that should obviate chances of trouble from its employees at critical times. Practically all per sons employed are shareholders in the Company, so that any action o theirs that affects the Enterprise whether for, good or bad-is telt ihem also. This policy will bt carried out as far as possible in the future. The finances are in the hands of capable and .careful accountants whose duty it is to carefully consider any proposed outlay and who . will keep expenses within bounds. Each department is directly con trolled by a qualified expert, whose duty is to bring that department tu the highest pitch of perfection. Remember .this. Every individual connected with the Francis Birtles Film ICi.lerprises must make the Company a success and enable it to keep on paying good ...
REMEDY FOR HEADACHES, BACKACHE, NEURALGIA, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
REMEDY FOR HEADACHES, SACK ACHE, NEURALGIA, Etc. Headaches. Batkaebes. and Neuralgia, and a hundred and one other aiiiiienu wiu'ti afflict people oi all ages, are i:«nal:y aiuiliuiable to poo.ness.of the bloo l and e*hausteu nerve (issue. The obvioci remedy is to purify and enrich the b ' f'd. ;ii..i to nourish the nerv«.iis system by ii>in&lt; Hean's Tonic Nerve Nets, witch ae &lt; poui;&lt;iedaccoriiii;; co the presorip i i. ni an emiiin:t nerve. ijnd are ma: ufao uired fij' a qualified chemist of over 25 years' experience Tve was in which Nerve Nuts tone tip the system and dispel neurasthenic aches and paint is m> ft gratifying to us.-re. iiiovet.-A compromise if the w:-crl plan. Keep a loose old pair oi gloves at hand, and slip theirt. on before doing dusting, polishing, or any other dirty work. This saves constant washing, which is so bad for the hands. Then keep a bottle of the following mixture always on the washstand:-Glycerine, I fiuid oz.; eau...
"OUR ORROROO LETTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
"OUR ORROROO LETTER." (By B.A.C.) A public road, a fence (and an in jured man, who galloped into the latter) seem to be making the basis of an argument in the Court. The newly constituted District Council met for the first time on Fri day last-there were no casualties. The Prince of Wales passed through on Sunday night in safety. Many journeyed to Peterborough to get a look at the Heir apparent. Tenders are still being called for by the Council for the position of day man. Mr. T. "G. Gale, who has filled the bill is Pekina's blacksmith, is Fann ing over to'Mr. Beatty, whose adver tisement is in our advertising columns. Forties Brothers are proving them selves useful citizens by building business premises in the main street,. near Elder's Office. The town nee ded the move badly. The contractors of the Butter Fac tory are enjoying fine weather, and the building operations are moving ahead more rapidly. Friends out Belton way are more favourably impressed than ever with Baratta prospec...
Orroroo Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
OrnrM Cwrnag (M. The meeting of the Orroroo Club' mi continued on Juljr 13th under good weather conditions. The ground was in good,going order&lt;and hares were plentiful but wild. The fire* pair in the slips were Gamsbough and Dun luce Gastte, but Mr. Williams withdraw the former and Dun luce riti a tye. Lady Possil and Lady pin ton came next, but the latter vm soon disposed of by the First tJontingent bitch, who won her . TUrse with eiM. Symes and Sfcsw'e b. b. Maleesh next met the Yatina stake winner ?Chain (Harslett and MeCoH's); they were soon slipped"" on to a fine hare, but the big dog twice cannoiied into the bitch, andafter her fall she. showed,no sign of winning and was outclassed. Dalros and Bakerine were slipped well and they had a long course; the former seemed to liave the better iuok and beat Bakeriae by a few" points. Harslett's and 'McCpiTa second entry. Night watdi," met H. W. Symes* Kate Carnegie, but Kate was soaa set tl«d by tie Amberchain dog in a ehort...
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. Fortnightly meeting, July 5th. Pre sent all,- except Crs. Phillips and Williamson. Dr. Clark reported one case of Diptheria and Scarlet Fever. Received. The -Mayor, on behalf of the CoBncil, -welcomed Dr. Clarke as councillor for East Ward. Minutes of previous* mcctiug read and confirmed. Apologies received for the absences of Cr. Phillips and Williamson. En gineer's report for -previous fortnight received. Engineer authorised to pro vide elevator and bucke'.s for use at the Power House. Applications to be talled ' for a trainee at the Power 'House. Clerk to have notices Sent to persons using electric_ power for motors, informing them' the current must not be used at unauthorised times without the consent of the En gineer. Girder at Power House to be painted. Correspondence.--From Smith and Jessup asHng to have covered culvert formed across -water table leading to their premises.-Works Committee to inspect, with power to act... From.J. Marshall asking for permi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
EA^ME»&#NiSBRE WITH ;.THfi.^NII3SD .INSURANCE " K.^&Sl^pra«srei' ^asiajao. - A PurQyi Ai^tialjan. Iiistitutian. . ' Fire, -Marine, Workmen's Compen«a -itiozLPersocaiAccidiiniahdSifkjiess, Soath Austral^n -firaiuih-No. lr 1 ^Vayinouth ^treSst-'Adeliide. .. ^T^QJ^S;~miitiager. ~ FRITZS-V lb: lean beef, j lb. b*-' lb. ^breadcrumbsj^J^tesiapooi. ' *; «aiE.l Jwtro^:,X>^peiCT Bind with - *B «K Qr t-o.. 'Soil Ijl toura. ?- . E. A. COUSIN j (late of Adelaide), - Slaving taken over the PETERBOROUGH. assures Patrons of Best Attention. Excellent Accommodation. . Beat Wines and Spirits, .fopular Ales on Draught. :: - A, Call -Solicited. *- ..ii
CAUGHT! [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 July 1920
CAUGHT! 'Hubby, you-know' that letter I said I gave you to-:post?" "Yes, my-:. dear. I assure you I posted it'- - "No, you didn't. I didn't-gTve it to you. I thought -I gave, it to you, but , I gave it to :Jatber." 4 \\ O SAUCE.-12 lbs. tomatoes, bo:l till you can strain, then add cut .up small 2 good-sized onions and about same quantity of shalots: 8 ozs. salt, 1. lb. sugar. 14 ozs. ground pepper, J oz. t£j.-h ground guigcr, mace, allspice, and cloves, these can he tied in a muslin bug if preferred; 3 pints of vinegar. Boil a&3iii about 3 hours. COFFEE CAKE-2 cups flour, 1 cup sugar. J lb. butter, 1 cup fresh rnilk, 1 reaspoonful of soda, & cfcam tartar, 3 eggs. Mix butter to a cream, then add eggs, then sugar. Mix cream tartar in flour, put soda in milk, then stir all together. Bake 20 .minutes. For the top mix a little butter, sugar, and cinnamon. Spread over the cake when baked, then add or sprinkle desiccated cocoanut.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
." " - ? ... - .,.. ,=-, . . ..", - -'.?..-'--V^TKp'v.:'yr-d&'itA '\VHEN IN DdftjBT ibodt what y&»^"clKiMV*rc * BIRTHDAY PRESENT^juat nil 'at bat Stid»*oonu, no difficulty in mata'pe :j suitable selection. . . Here ar« a iew^^wda^^aes .that hmQT interest PLATED WARE. " \ large assortment of the Beit Quality Electro Plate hasjuttconie to hand, at prices to sttiteVery Ohe. ' ;*" " . __ _ . TEAPOTS - Plain Silver ?or bcantifullyEnrraved Pattern*. SUGAR BOWLS, V;;; CREAM JUGS, ' CAKE BASKETS. IELLY AND SWEET DISHES, BISCUIT. BAR»Ej&lS^ .: CRUETS-'English and American designs, 4, 5, and # bottles:' . BREAD BOARDS AND KNIVES SERVIETTE RINGS in T-ariom \ Australian design*. - JEWELLERY. OPAL WARE-^-Thii Australian atone:;;J>M . . place amongst the .ttiecteu^gamV' , worn ? to-day,.We y are;3rii; «ome . magnificent »atD| Pendants, Btobphet, ; Kings: Jffjtph ioar Play*.- ' - . . -: ;; -»et Mth ; almost eyeiy ;Tai^^4»f|^_ gems.vand " I tij' fc * MEDALS, iS » cfc> ...
DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. July A^mosi everyone one meets has a smiling face; the townies who have nothing to trouble them rejoice in the fine weather-warm, sunnv "days that have been this week passed. The . small cow-holder as well as the =dairv people thank Providence, also .the fanner and grazier, for this same lovely graving weather, which . in spite of frosty nights makes.both fe$d and crops- jfrow splendidb'. Several inches of .rain in September and Oc tober should bring a bumper harvest, as -well as abundance of feed. The usual midwinter holidays, last ing this year, in honour of the Prince of Wales' visit, a fortnight have brought visitors tn the town, as usual. Mr. F. Page, of Port Augusta West School, is spending his holidays at his home here; also Mr. M. Guerin from the same town. Miss K. Fer nandez and Miss W. Clements spent an enjoyable time with friends. ......Quite half.a.dozen young ladies of this town have journeyed to the city to admire the Prince. No doubt they will^...
SEEING THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
"> SEEING THE PRINCE. The Prince we went to see To show our.loyalty; Illuminations large (And prices that they charge.) Would dazzle human brain Beyond words, to explain.^ Through human drafting yards To show loyal-regards. 'Gainst barrier% they cram. Like lunatics they jamb. . Upon a Prince to gaze Through hat and back displays. The strong and fat and high, The slim and weak and shy. Like fishes in a net Are floundering to get A place wherefrom to see A Prince ol royalty. The "bummers" high in grace Adorn each vantage place. While commoners just pay To line the gaudy way, A lowly subject flock. Whom "loyals" jeer" and mock. M-uch energy and cash Are elements that clash Against the privilege Or honours bumptious wedge, Where loyal stunt prevails To greet the Prn-e of Wales. The cogwheels of conceit Are moving the elite Within the royal zone To reverential tone ? Of fulsomeness that hails The smiliiior Prince of Wales. Dear Edward. Prince, we feel A sympathy ihat's real; As darlin...
BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
.0OLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. (Br "Aufh."} 1 rjuly Serenity dwells in the sunlight of good expectations-and all is peaceful. : Otjr, train this evening arrived^ three hours late, owing, to. common casual ty or mishap, by. the way. Per.jxain from'here to Laura yoii have. every opportunity of admiring; 'the "country through which it meanders slowly but surely -onward is a -Jocomotive tratts Poff; hnt _wiben 5t -dozes along in the eloom of night it is -a mortification of the spirit to many. : ' This afternoon a very willing, game ? was played here bciween Appilla -Yarrowie and BoSleroo Centre-foot ball teams. With a rough and tumble .tendency. it : was.-, merrily fought throughout. Final scores-=8ooleroo Centre, 3. goals 6 .behinds; Appilla ; Yarrowie, 2 goals 4 behinds. Booleroo Centre's team now hold about four -points to the good towards winning the shield.
KANYAKA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
KANVAKA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Annual meeting held July 13. Pres ent Crs. F. W. Haeusler, Jno. Mt Coll, Jas. F. Reid, M. Eckert, T. Cart ing, and G. R. Prettijohn. The re turning officer reported result of (he elections, whereby Crs. Haeusler, Reid and Carlinc were all re-elected for their respective Wartis, and Mr. Hv. Waters as auditor. Cr. Haeusler was re-elected chairman' for ensuing year. Overseer reported having let work repairing stop-banks, Cradock main road, to J. Reid, 20/; removing silt, Boolcunda Ward, to T. Finlay, 20/'; repairing road Pichi Riehi pass to Wm. Martin, 40/; repairs near Ir wan's to A. Dodgson, £8 13/8; A. Aitkinson. £3 9/. The daymen, with horse and dray, have worked 34 days. Clerk reported . receipts - Rates, £61 12/6; netting account. £22 .1/6; and sundries, f4 17/; k>cal govern ment had paid in £62 Port Augusta road, £100 Cradock main road, and £50 Kanyaka roads, total of £212 as snecia! grants. Correspondence was received from G. S^mmerton and S. N. Cro...