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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
CUtCUMST&NTIAIaT- EVIDENCE. . 'X ttmember/* writes Lord Eldon, "in one .case where I was counsel, -for-a long time the evidence did not ippe&r to touch the prisoner at all, and he looked about" him with the = iiost perfect u&coocern, seeming to think himself quite safe. At last the "Tocgeon was'called, who stated that ^ the, deceased had -been, killed by a shot,- a gunshot in the head ; and he produced the matter, hair, and stall Mt lram and taken out ol the wound.. _lt *«a all hardened with'blood. A basin of warm water was brought Intocourt, and be . the blood wa? gradually softened a.piece of. printed paper appeared-the wadding of the gun-which proved to be the hall of ^ballad. The other half had been jpuind in the^ man's 'pocket nhen he was taken. He was-hanged."
SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartus." RACING FIXTURES. —July— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
f^GTES. By-^Tirftis." RACING FIXTURES; . -July--; K4-Kapiinda Racing ^u b: iM-Broken - Hill- - Silver -City' ifteting.j Zl^a&^AaelaSaeadtiib^fd., * Niitional5!seBng.) Sepfc !^3»unt ;^amfi&rHnnT Clubr !6-^Mount Gaigbier^B^rong Club. SiH-Port Pine RaclngOtub, Lti W-^ x -.October-V '' .? f - 6ril&ura jockey Club;"* Ltd. I . -?? 9--Snowtovi-h Racing Gliib; 9, 13-South ^Australian Jockey^ Club ;^V;(5pn^ ' gf: ' iBr^fcawMT;. | oEkey Glib. : Ltd. I JO-Balakiava Racin^^dub. a^Kaidina "and AViMaroo -jwekey Olib^ '- ? - : V ': - - § JS-^Onlcapariiiga Racing" Club. J -.. SO^MartiniJaie- Racaig: Club. | ... %^^1^-^ifMreSiiSkSf-. ... _f. .. ft^Kapunda Racing CluJ>. ; *. 13-S .A..- Tattersalt's Qub. I oc.; J0--Pt>rt Adeiaidfe -Racing t}lubE :Ltd ' ' - ; -fDesxmbtr.- - . Ji ^ -S.AV jf"attersaK"5 Cliib^ Inci,. LI-Ga wler Jocke v Club, Ltd.' | l8;2T^Port Adelaide .-Racing fClub, Ltd - i|' . ; % ' -Kadtna and Wallaroo : Jpckey Club 1 >' ' ife-I'ort Lincoln ,Racmg -Clu...
R.S. & S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
R.S. & SJ.lriA. Mr. Penn, the Org^iSM-^fjpii the Army " and Navy Stores, wasj.itffPct - erborough on .the 19th,? very interesting address in -4be[¥a(^V'25?-;® ish Hall on "Co-operation ,aad Flotation of -the "Army - and Stores." :. '. . "-"-??"r Mr. Penn is' an eloquent and- £or£e- - -._7 ful speaker, and his audiehte, ^ough J K ^iSJ; regrettably 'small, were ' miich^iinr pressed with the manner explained, the' scheme.. ? \'.' * . The speaker outlined the Krowtb-v- ; of co-operation in Great Britain »M.' i .... * other ? cbunttfei and explained iiow ' J , the jjresent scheme..^"ae a true co-operative. ed manufacturing" tMeirSSSSt^SShrii^li^ ifrodities in South AuStraHa^^ithas f. x^ eUminatini? the three the manufacturers,- wholesale ^i ^e tail dealers, and in . this the cost of living; also starting ln-V dustries so essential to the national life of Australia. _ .-? ? " : ". The persons, eligible to take up -1 shares are as follows - Returned l~ Xarses. Sailors,. and Soldier...
Obituary. MRS. JANE JAMIESON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
It ie with- regret thet^we«hrfeii icle the death of Mrs. Jan^ j&TO-' iesdn, wife of Mr. Alex.Jamwtroi s of Peterborough. - Mo»; J-amiesoiij,^ hadnot enjoyed £ood . ^health ibr some time^and in^pteiriberiast,^ with her hubband, went to -Adel-? aide to reside; . BeceBtljr she^SjHTi - admitted to the Pariwyud Hoejai- \ tal,;where-she pas^dpea^fuily. away on Tuesday mormiji^ last. s Deceased, who waiJ ^ft^yquy' of f, Age, ~wa« an «ld and respee&d: eident of Peterborough, iiid^oa : three; occasions . was Mayores*. £&e%as -a prominent .member of i the Baptist Church, being cones* for about 25 years,^ n ft, also an ardent worker in ©oiineo- . tion mth the W-G.T.U- and League of. Loyal - Women. She leaves to mourn their loss a hue* band, daughter iMr*. E. R. Led.-' *er)andthree sona (Meaara. 8M^ A.B-, andJ.GJ The re mains ,were brought from Adelaide and in terred in the local cemetery yes terday afternoon,* The service ai the graveside was conducted, by the Rev. De L...
HAMMOND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
HAMMOND NOTES! At the monthly"meeting of the Dis trict Council. Mr. A: Crisp was elect ed to the chair in place of-Mr-.'A. Wallace, who has -resigned. Mr. Crisp has had a long service with the Coun cil, succeeding Mr. T. O'Donohije, in ttie election of 1913, and during the whole of his term he has represented Pinda Ward with advantage to "the ratepayers and credit to the .Council. During his term of office the Council have passed through days of st ess, and his assistance in anything for the development of the district is'al .way ready and spontaneous. Two new councillors made t' eir . debut in local government-Messrs. Scott Robertson (WiHochra Ward) and F. J. Buiifield (Goonatto). both of whom took' an active part in the business of the Council on Men Jay last. The medical fund of the Coun'51 is in a good position, and it is pleasing to note that this old bone of con'en tion is turning out well and shoul i. in a few years prove a source of revenue to the district. For many years th...
PROVOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
?'.-£.&ii-ir~-:',r?'..;&lt;sv'? --i-i-T The 4Piuddlebury -SoUca^c^art" was .. srsoWded to sufiocatifin. Stales, tbe -pBctf, Tind best natared.^jiibat^ gen f.ftoaa, find-hearted men In tie whole sown; was "up" for assault. Surely .there must be «oirie miet&fce! ??" J =The _? J.P. leased, lover towards the ^?djlendant. . *Toa are a&lt;^cuee3." he tbunilereB. of wilfully Btriking ^uii cansifqg scri '«BB- l>odlly injury to Mr: feiav.n. -ilpetaatogr&ph operator"! IVbut hn:e - -^yoaito «ay. in joor defence ?** ". SJ^Jesdrew -Wm'selfiip prondlv. , **Tbe man insulted me, your bon ^faar/' ht -replied. .... .^"Hpw In *-bat way ?" pressed ,tbe snagistrate. . ...jStalas blushed furiously. please, yoiir houoor," cried jbe^j^ry grocer, "be."bad the lni judence to come Into mjr stop .and aik If ie fcould take a moving-pictnre orinyiheese !" ' JJiBctatged.
BLACK ROCK: [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
BLACK ROCK: A welcome social was tendered to Mrs B. E. Lang, who recently arrived from 8cuiJaud, in the local hall on Wednesday evening, 8th July. Mr Wilfred .Copley acted as chairman, and spoke words of welcome, congratulated Mr and. Mrs Lang, and wished them a prosperous and happy life. The musical program con sisted of an overture by Miss Myrtle Fyfe, duet by Misses M. Fyfe and £. Naismith, songs by Misses £. and C. Naismitb, a trio by Mr Hoy.and Misses .E. aod C Naismith. and a recitation by Mrs Bert Lang. An oak tray, suitably inscribed, WHS presented to Mrs E. Lang as a token of friendship and good wishei for future happineas. Mr and Mrs Lang responded, and supper and dancing con cluded a p'ea&ant evening. The long talked of football club is reality at last, and the first' match was played here on Saturday, July 3rd. A team from Mannan&rie played the locals/ The gam* was interesting, and quite a .. number of people looked on and- enjoyed the sport. The result w...
CURIOUS PRISON SYSTEMS. [?] WHERE EVERYBODY IS HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
SEVBRTBbDY'ta. IP * '7*"-§Si» 3 "* ?_ ^na?feF tiwfilh ®l£l§p$as." ilSS^niaih^ilit^u:- .j pttoon. 1 ^i&am*--i «%Sfef5r.^ i own "per- | ake:| p^Sl^l r«^ce^-^i^3u:5j fcj)M^«&}ttiNKray J "*'" d| --'1 pj^SronM^igt;^. .:} r-:-l &£?&: **'--, toxy^; with i'SSor tbeSii^1^! ?B^SirS^BSife .?SSwii. " £~jtL - **' I _|lias arWori:, /and in a B» ot ^prison W^3^ik0 £*?lst ' * ' \jr ' -» I rentoi^l vw ?®re-" :J ., .it ;iB recorded, is _= [entreaties; wia ibn vfl night ©utstdi v] njintoiHie ^eon-' 1 rison At^tfadDsbn "| Sthiitittespatflen, >1 i:^oomt^pi^^»^^nl^ase :i ?r-u. ?-? - JJljey . j and roamed .about' ?% Joij. ::... \3 v ..jy ., y*His':,:.'^ tie prison a i «";i-.-| ilfiOT^ tte^E lie rulitig f j ?TC£m jS^ ,isgSarly^ ^i v» j ^tertaiiimentE "aa0>»gardti> j . "' -_"j Si^^^ifet&i^^fora'"the iirres- ; j '^at-f^are .jrere ;"J| tfgpl /Sajfc^S^Sfidtscwinatned ?' ^ T,3after:^eipj^lratIon .ofthrfi \i ;J;' j jBB&BjtJ -ot^jg^ixaeiis frohert ' ©toidUf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 July 1920
IMJIK- Binfl with .*N &lt;4I OR T«&lt;« E. A. COUSIN . '(iate-of-Adelaide), * having taken over the . PETE*BOSOyGH :: &saureE Patroris of Sect Attention. Excellent Accommodation. £t»t Winci and .Spirit*. 1. - ^Wbr Alei ?'! on ? Draught. :: - A C»tt SolUitc&lt;i - s 2/8 yard-28-inch All-WoolAustrjUianT!&rinels. -2/8. " At Ham . .. 5/3 yard-r72.^inch Heayy/Cjfey Twilled- Sheetings. &lt;: 5/3;yard. At Ham & Son's Great Winter £«le. 9/11 with rpUersjtnd tassels. ^/H -each. 1/6 yard-Glass Cloths/alWiays useful. l/6yard. . At Ham & Son's GreatWinterSale. 2/6 yard-Double-width. Dress Tv^peds. .2/6 yard. .»At Ham ? & Soh*^ ^eatWinterSale. ?' 4/11 pair-Ladies' Merino Combinations. 4/11 pair. ?* At H?m &,^S©ji*£:' Great WinterSale. 3/3,3/6, 4/3. DaintyCaqiisoles. 3/3,3/6,4/3. 1/11 each-Full Size Hemstitched Pillow; Gases. 1/11 eash. 35/.'- All-Wool Onkaparijiga'jRugs. i; 3.5/-1. At - -iV- " 3/6 pair. Men's -All-Wo...
CHAPTER VI. A VITAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
CHAPTER VT. VITAL QUESTION. "You heard what I said over the "phone, -Mr. Carter," LiDBt said, turning about and facing; the detec tive. - They were in a room -which opened oS the library of th* rnurioc. "Yes." said. Jock, "I heard." "You wjj] go out there wiih me ?" "I am hot sure/'* rel'lu-d thr det^c tiTO. "I have been thinfciuf about it since I heard you assure tf»«n that I would come. I have been up all sight, Mr. I-ynue. and have driven a .good mauv miles in my oar aince dark last night-and I am Dot at all sure that I can b* of any beneftr to you.*' "But-Mr.- Cartm it I particularly ,-request-it ? If Tt assure you that Bi&ne.Y i* no ebjeat.-to me in this matter^ and--" "Neither would it i* any objn-&lt; to me, Mr.- iyutte," the- detective inter rupted him. "IS-1 go there at all. it will be in 1>ehatf of Jnsticr to the beau tiful girt wh&lt;y wa»" your daughter." ' 'That it pn&iaely. wt'y I wish you to gp. air. I bop* that- .you wili con sent.t...
COPYRIGHT. BABBINGTON GASE ONE OF [?]ICK CARTER'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES. PART FOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
-iiULt ; ;. ike _ jggg^is.^ " " ' tfifcjr:: " i^inion, S&S»£5|^b£@^3 Sp5fj&)«^n5^i-.>: fOiSk y- ^J>»s^-&^taor&lt;iM-7w . -' , '.71;-';. ' v N'lfiirte^-JCirder? No, «o'.'iiot that. JSrpt jnurder.*' r ~ . ''Se-that II whatipor jchjrf ' v-.' 3W1; Imt jhe-jwanted you think lt !w*aamcidfc, .-V ^.why^Jbnn, it 3a.-*u^^'v4gjjjprt , is ;,"; ! .-;. iinoeaB."?" .. t"., _-, *-:WeU,^air,?;tiie odfief tfeoojsht^Buii ;.'. -'JDerhapai yoVttoi^it'Jbiow T*Jowjl^»g: . ''.'.to lead_yo*t«i»^tKprese ^n IctMuton ^"*' .?*" i -would sJ^gpjjlB _ v - Jiomat^jiirt^itis.*1 .-' ^oiw^io.^iBiBi't ' told me Vet ®-S'^'L^w|bkB^^ainBiB^^om^^:^^'I-£^/£ooxnLl-::. Was .r ? /'th^^erhijei^ ?" ; *' ""No, «r; nothing atf'allof tt&lt;t ' ia^^S&gtfeiMgVmaa'** orteriy.a? .?*ot]3jiiiH; that . « -v - cl nnpls thing-had -been gtolwCioririte >turt»d. tape ru limly iScTromn _s- .li^ilitUt " K ? ; -:?)ojSjfi; 3i^a^Titti-. right :.%aad^ on ike "' yrea-mMSj peaceful and .'? ,-_??...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
COMPANY. LTD. -;,/ ; . ... :=f:A»MEHS/4S*SLrEE VV,JTH ..THE^RPTKOq&BURANCH "a«»a»ftJN^3aiMITED. ; odctrieJi'*s Compensa-; "... ?ygijJitL .i»v .___Dfe^i.3iea»j>ooii'. 1 -with. ^Adelaide), ;. " , haying tatqpn oyer the PETERBOROUGH. assures. Patrons^jsf B«st Attention. Excellent Accommodation. * BeBt Wine* und Spirit*. PopultrAle* on Draught - A CtB Solicited. - V'JJQ-3'J ,f?*m gift's no £ . ?MP ;>_~v ft . iio t £ ^s»&lt; &lt; ^ ^* 2/8 yard-28-inch All-Wool &ys^alian FIaimcla.,- 5/8. ? j At Ham&SoijV 5/3 yard-72-inch Heavy Gr£y Twill^t!^ yai*L At Ham-& Son's .-." .. 9/11 each-Ready-made Window Bfertis. fi ftet lany/ c^-^pw» with rollers and 1/6 yard-Glass -Cloths, always useful 1/6' j^trdl At Ham & Sorfs ' 2/6 yard-Double-width Dr^ T^^. ,2/6 yar4. AtHam&SdnVGf^t'^^ ; , . 4/11 pair-Ladies' Merino .At Ham & Wa^r-jSaljC;. ,v;^ 3/3, 3/6, 4/3." . Dainty,Camisoles. 1/11 each-=-Fuli Size Hemstitched, PillowCases, r...
ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW! A couple of "nuts" were talking about girls. "Did you ever take a" girl to lunch. when she felt a little- faint?" asked one. "Er-no," admitted tlie other, re luctantly. "Well, take my advice, and don't. I took one into a restaurant. At first she declined to eat anything; said she didn't feel very hungry, and ordered oysters, soup, lobster, cutlets, sweet breads. and peas.- chicken, shrimp salad, vanilla ice, macaroons, coffee, and cream de menthe. It cost me a sovereign." "Well, you ought- to be glad," said the sympathizer. "Glad! What for?" "Why, glad she wasn't hungry." "Young Spendcrly has been flying high since the death o: his millionaire uncle.' "Yes; he has found "it. smooth sailing since he came into his heir ship.'
PETERBOROUGH CORPORATION. Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. -Town Council- . Minutes of meeting held Monday. July 19. 1920. . rrrse'at-'Ail ej^ept Crs. Bills and Ba'd.vin. Minu.es of previous meeting read nnd confirmed. Ap ilr-gy received for the absence of Cr. Baldwin. Clerk .0 ascertain w3:e ther the hedge on premises'in'Jervois Street had been trimmed" in aecr-ri anre with instructions, and if. not. the w-^rk to lip done by the-council's em ployees and tlie COJ-1" charged to the ov.ner." Engineer's report for pre vious fortnight's work received. Re solved ihat :the engineer report on the question n'f' providing increased engine power. Resolved that tbe best thanks of the council he extended to the engineer., an.4 his staff for the excellent 7rc?jiner In' wine-V t\'e 'Uumi-' nations hrd c".vtio"' onr 1--! con-: necfion with the visit or_H.R:H. the Prince of Wales, and that a bonus of £j be granted to the engineer and £3 to the assistant engineer h r their services and nvi*r-;;me. Resolved that R. Cox be ailmved £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
JOTOR MMMi^^REET; PETERBOROUGH- ":; :!rt,-Lti»W«V» «..>,. .i*«r»»«»i» r -. r-.*?.£>. £'*?"' ." *. " :--?': -*.^&*~'.^i, r J'~ .-^'; T -" . ' - J- '" - . "! . ' . 'PF^^raE^'SiifDELEeTRiCALREPAIRS. DERS iife-BORED. ^' % VfoTk-t^cct^oaihtpuSxTses. '...^- - iiiOClft Vftiict Cars,' also Indian and Triumph Motor --...- cycle?.;.....*; . ... .. . .. [e^fJ^iK^'l/^^-jCjrcles-lor Sale. ' ' fiopectuiniiinted. "' :: rrrj y .' Zm-:- ? ?X: ;f .-Tt :&lt;~ 1^, -rF M*$1Hi2 I^ite A.I.F., S^JTSSsfc AUCTIONEER, - - »nd -General Commission Agent, -. -'? ."..-- . . . QUORN. S^SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART O* . -; .'CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED: IORTOAQE8. AGREEMENT*. INCOMttTAX "" ^RETUKNSPREPARKD. -' ? ' Address: Boa M. f ' ~/pjL&CtE^rom JNSUE^CE Vilh tiie ofiK of &lt;h, ; ImsjlEANtiE ledy:; CTFAUSTRALIA, Ltd. ^^^«^Ci^\:AOCn>EST. -X-TVESTSTK ^Sitfcs, ^dAV?^ttiucYau[|. :or ?ebmmunicate direct with .ADELAIDE:!"'- ?; &j$Si ;-B»ncii Manager. ~ *- - 'HSP'Mfe? ...
THE BARATTA FIELD. Good Future Predicted. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920
THE BARATTA FIELD. Good Future Predicted. Things are moving swiftly in the Baratta country. Flynn's claim gave forth a goodly parcel of rich stuff last week, and :he Renown show-the property of several Carrieton resi cents1-is being busily worked. 1 >e Silver Queen Company, wnu hold about 40 acres of the field, are busily engaged in securing capital- - Mr. J. !i. Nolan one of the original dis coverers of field, was in Port Pirie during last week. This enterprising miner (who is in company with the Jon'es Bros, and Lynch) lias had a long and varied experience in mining in all parts -of the State, and his fif teen -?yjears' underground in Broken Hill Mines should be a g->od enough liassport for the support of the In vestor. When things were going bad at Broken Hill, Mr. Nolan and his 3 mates travelled to Baratta in two Spring drays and they'were not long in getting on to good country.Water is only 2$ to 3 miles distant, and Mr. Nolan referred to the unfailing cour tesy.;, of Mr....