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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

- ^COJJSSING. . - The. -Tbngala l -. commenced inKan^Jn^sda^fiQemadtetX . A,;4«art^PH^lF -S6oi: lajst ^kigh^- ;:ybich*-'--si^ned^ij?M iafiil arid there were ^^f^pMple-presenti^^^^^Si day. . Besulta- _ %4'; jfiagger, ?, ' Bni«fe;pMnnAr Yel weibeat DaraeUi^^i^t | WIfebreena, f.^^nta^puu^l^ii .beat .DjSnluce £fti>£iteen 4^air4i«BEit^tM^^ell:':^ *ttii!B^SS'feMt'ar&B flSii&Sg&Sjg -""fejjl Acme,Thorale't>t;ai I tounu 2baia£-5! boft^Jbeat Black-Velv^ti Gt&foua beat Andante Lase. -'." - .-"J^U; - <; ; Tbe meeting was cqntinui&^n: Thursd ay,~- and :'?wasiiiro^jRffifliffigf when wa'taent to'pra&B. ^i

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

TSE SUN-RAYSfcD COLUMN. (By "Pip-Tin.") When asked whether he 'HfriS -iiurt; " His Royal 1 Highness? ? replied,- "iJless'-' your heart, no; I'm .glad to{say~the" whisky flask is pot tfrokeii'eifher;" Report regarding accident to ? -*oy *1 " train. When ' His. Royal Nibs. . Felt his royal ribs After that accident risky, "Its strange that feis Next- thought was this "How did it fare with the whisky;" Some think that he ought To have'given thought To the welfare of the paBt he Had with iim^tlaude. The other lord. And. of "course. Rear-Admiral Hal sey. Or, again, if Ted To himself had 'said; yNovr; what will-the; cost' of this be / To this Western "land?" We could understand. But why did.he think of whisky? Quite possibly . Prom family / Reasons he acted so, sirs: / In the flask," maybe. Was quite probaby "KiuR George the Fourth!' you know. sirs. .N'.B.-The proprietor# of "King Georsre the Fourth" whisky wiU pleasie forward one guinea to 'Dippy" for the above advertisement. Payment may ...

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"Ginger Mick." Tuesday Next, August 3rd [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

"Ginger Mick."* -TueadayNext, August 3rd ; At the . Peterborough .Towix ' Hall oh Tuf&day night ne^3Jbk^§l -ter'a Perfect.Pictures wiU^rS«ent,r; the?s«cbnd of C. J. Dennis* Atiii'-f c tralian Verae classics, . "Qing«r.-./j Micjcl" - ' The niory Ib skflfidlyigs wo»en around the three Matnl - ' figures, (ringer Mick tGHb»rt; . Emery), The Bloke ^Arthur Tau- - chert), and Doreen (LottfeJjyatt/i'fcS without-aacriScing -in .any -detail';;. : tbeiiicuients^ROTded ihthe -S ginal tfersesby C. Ji DisnnliL . dep arture ^pfG-i nggrrMicV^brdtiwrS ifw^'.iniS |ii': gfo?4^us^?|^Jjali|L^ dea% aj iiie trpnt, afford splendid p opj&^uaijsee for dramati«.oon- ^ ..' ; jthe«{inpletiBri^B;S IHebf ^hllBIdke- indat&clsuisrlp : ta.ttiM6ld;|33SSlS s«iry routine of things. i&aVpddsjrO i l^:TprbdupjBRir^?«^S^^ magriificedt phb<»^aiplu&<ii^|8p||

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DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. ^ v j.. ' mataif bijp-j ' inyof Jh« tiu;^' ,w* 'r«ci ix . : »M» work if ~ ' jn*kStf*.*,:';. -V">-*v'.?'f~.\,-i~.--. ..hooi-Mi totiiavirwaiKiii^iiik, *iid *poi-t» tin 3aiutil«y, A-Wpait J&J A. '- good. proir*mia» cold medaU juid a": brooch Jainf ^nums ~~ tti» fitit.pnzap;- The con»outt»» iiap» io make th» iBTitti-tocam* aitaf :^nd 'in* f#rg»t- to ' Srfi^'lkilrbMk^Uflllwl ^tbwka* 'wfll ' ch»»r tbe lnn»r ofman, wo&ana&ii-ihJli. ?

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INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

«f-t^T - " How mud boiifjhl aadgadaicsdifrjh^&^l .-Weird and*woeIi& To relate/ ' J Incdtofciiaifts^TiSrijout^riflj^e,' t "*?> it's set £&stsnSto annoy.*i;«i*:-"*. _- ; When you-jj&y^to^pui "co«^i' . -f§$i HowjiouThade some ^ It's * S^iajfrto ; flut: £&*&&&&» -^{fM Costs *jn'.atS4 Mgfr xdegi«-~£ .??*. ?..! / To ^Scapfc tix ^xiialty. .*- *-v>Se- .<.?.-- -l" > ? " ???..|4#'MI,.W' ..*,«» ?-*, ?'-.^./ -w. .. How-to.square^tfainga^xs^thc.vaim;?^ To j^n^^hsj^es^ Honesty ot purpose "^eSj/j1;, i J;,; .^. cip?p ?. xi wTxoa^rfvn^a^)o^4Mkt]^H^4^ -Aagfc^

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WILLOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 July 1920

WILLOWJE. .-;v July 24.-Few complaints' are beard about - the weather-^-tteU' iever faBSng topic of conversatioii-except that the frosts jare rather too" frequent.' The : ill .: effea observable is thatcrops" and ? feed are making- slow growth,: But. as all vegetation is maintaining its healthy colour. Little apprehension isjelt.' "A fe w\day s ago,: Mr. Geo. ^Michael, whilt catching a young .horse; liad'She misfortune to lie loiocked .down and'run over. He was" unconscious for avcbn siderable time, but is about again feeling little the worse for Ws experience.' Farmers-are -'ushing ahead with tjie fallowing. The fine' days' and frosty nights- are havirig'the "effect ofTiarden ing the surface, and. rain -would'be : welcome to put the'soli into good work ing condition. . ' - Some tennis enthusiasts hare made a v start to get the courts into playing; "order and a meeting wDV be heTd' shortly to arrange for the coming season. _ '

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CHAPTER VII. PROBING A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

. CHAPTER VII. PJJOBING A MYSTERY. vIt^was-trne.' J . ? . -. Everybody/in".society,-and a greet many who were not, knew the name of Madge Hurd ( B&bbiijgxon ; k&ew about the remarkable beauty and .talent q! the youtig''woman' who had formerly been an actress^ but who had married from ther stage into the very elite of society ; who ha<i 'very speedily 'divorced her first husband, and married- second one, and ' who had died within a- yeer ^ajfeerward. Both iier husbands were supposed to be rich, but the first one had .so cleverly arranged his ''wealth J bat in the divorce proceedings the plaintifl had been able to fiecure^ but. very lit tle ; and it was. found after the death of her second husband.that his supposedly large- fortune had dwin dled to little or iiothiflg.. Since her widowhood "Mrs- Bab bington's name had been linked with several in a' supposed approaching marriage, but Nick could; sot' resaemr ' 3n *iB^yP^©3Bi*^fe&.t^ tJie|f*i^e^rivj^co...

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(COPYRIGHT.) THE BABBINGTON CASE ONE OF WICK CARTER'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

i ^ fe^FjbecUjre '' ^ mat on'4 *E£ BSiS ?tggisf ^ - aisgi,' S^Bpn^^p^^ww^a^jJaH. anji-: k~ ..warned the^ft^ecti? ~ , " -.-J3i«jgrce8 -to "volir coif" " £. :-<3artierv ytherefore- I «m' pre '~*'laij |i-:t."f « .; t'What.- tijne jdidryou -^tfTljpe^it'v^ur - \ "'Vou .used one olyour cars"?'' ? ..tiT myi *' .. [Mr. Lynne, .pleass-'* >.' . r. J "V«y r . * . "w*u> wa® your "coinpaiuoii'.?.'', .-; .'_. "My-companion ?" ' - j^V "Xes. y;In;Vthe, car ybu ueed \Utst :''" .; sight'' '. Who swas . j-oiir companion ?. *". Sou had one, did you not 1" .,'. ;, ;.- ,-**Ebe man ^turned and looked eiqse " ly ®.t the yfoteoMye for a fleedng inr £ -V- Biantvietore te.i^dfed j tAea. , -wiO» a .., «hrug. of-Ms.je^urtfifere, -f SssSSfKih^g ..-'.. was .no>'j^pv^qc:fr^|'fbdi«ui3^|^diG-'; .? agreeable topic, Br ^ieVttot-liS^onld r ~have pr^Ieri£fl -*p_ Jaeep. oVt ot-jtbe i ^ roon,PereaUon, .fis^Said : _""' ' ;. ..... . ^ ."Yes,- Mr-' Carter, . I Jiifuiyjmm -: i paliioii ;wiil^l»'j^ ^^t,^^t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

E,^<6eVHiS %??? llate iif Adelaide), having; taken over the . ?? Vimj-M} ; FETiRBOR^UGH . s»Qu P*tronsxof Beit Attention. '' '? . ? iExcellt nt - AccOmmodatioii. V -Jfiktt: WinM and Spirits. "| Pi^pular - 'AleB on Draught. A.ftll Solicittd. ~ » li *aln?tr«et, Peterborough. We invite ;--2/1^ yahl;Beau; ifulloimble Width Madras'Muslins; ;-'i . #?*_ v_ .*. I 'v;, .yy.- ? -.. 2/3yard Strong Striped Flannelettes, -very-wide " 2/3y^fd Heav yT| vkish To well tigs 2/3 JffllS " |(B/6y4ril Nayy clatiug Serges 10,48 . line anti'worth^to-day, 14/9) i5fi inch Navy All Wool_ yieuna Serge for Ladie^ Opats arid Skirts, 1S/6 yard. Beautiful ^uaiity " 4nd 56 in<h. ' ? - ' . FOR ALL SCASflMS. -©otton, 3/3,3/6,3/11,' _.. Wt»iytcottopv4/ii j "Pieisc® Lined, 6/6,8/6 - -'12/8 (very hea.yj/'). m, "All Wool*-*8/8, 115$; n/*. . ' : . Cotton, 3/6,3/11,-4/6,1 v4/'i4, 6/6. ? ;> :? Wooi& Cotton, *8/6," 6/11,6/6.7/6.: . "Splice^ Seatsi Wool . A Got'ori, 6/11, 7/6} iS/6. . . Ail Wo...

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THAT WOKE HIM UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

. , i. THAT WOKE HIM UP. The angry- tramcar traveller, after many delays,"had 'managed to gain an interview with one o£ the directors of the tramway-company. "I tell yon sir," he shouted,- "thc^ram was so full .last 'night we could' scarcely breathe!" The tramway magnate west on writing. "And we were hanging on one another's eyelids!"-continued the "exasperated man. The tramway magnate .still went on writing. 'It was so crowded,-in fact, that-the conductor was unable to collert the fares!" The magnate' dropped his pen on the floor. "What was the iiyum ber of that tram;?" he demanded.

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PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. FURTHER DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. , FURTHER DONATIONS. , Previously acknowledged s 686 19 Balance of Fair i 17 . VT. G. Gragubke 5*5 .3. G. Isnios K*»«Booth 18- * 8. H.lllin 3 1 M. Vjle 1 0 .frinalfitBd 3 ? "</. JsmiwoD, Sal# of Sheep £ 6 Bail way Social Com. ' 16 17 Corporation (rebate on hall) 1 10

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S.A.R. & S. ASSOCIATION. VERY SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

S.AJL & S. ASSOCIATION. The first stances, On Thursday, . . The; taxed *o_ thert^beiiiig' two: rows ,-^'^.WgJrSJg rounds »^ai :madcf &*g^*5SSfia^ lortebte forT^^g..^;^-?M ? : was enioymg themselves they 'dtSJWft^ .;... from all The aacwBtio»Mr^-g^;^S^!Sp^fe veiyitfeanlJfa^aina reflected -^iPb^^ioc&l committee^v^/gl >:iteire ^»Far®o^ , all. signalling apparatus;.^-Sggggfe^ .i*w5ft^ia«*k ^fev«MHgggSaa ' aiso'adaittg: to'" Ai«>;-aM9g»»S^®g^.r-E^ -Mayer is goifig .on to the Prm«. 3J* SS^ajS^-'. 4 .; .hung alt oVer 'the hall, added -V?^| ^^^VmnsicaV-progr^^^^;^ fitted ^ the-pre>gra«a.; the-.fallowing- J"'D-S "rV ing A^ig audkuce:-Overture, Mfcs- _ . j Nelson; soil|s, Mrs.' ; *c?; * and TSaster'F. Armstrong;bu^n?n?; recital" Mtv Jack; I Master lven Taylor; vioho sqlo.^iss-v , i~v Pottetu .' The aceonipaiiWty-SKFS .-V" llfsses *Kaismith, Potter, Nelson,-^ ?., ..^ThTc^rnum (Mr. E. f. his opening remarks, ; v ; representees. of - <U, vere frekent m...

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DON'T WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

DON'T WAIT. Do not wait till some member of your family is talceii With a violent at tack of colic -or diarrhoea. A bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand will save much suf fering and anxiety. Buy a bottle to day. Sold by all storekeepers

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TWO LIARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

TWO LIAKS. A soldier in the Dublin Fusilier* went to the orderly room and asked for a few days' leave. He was astced: vvliy he wanted leave. "Well, sorr, it's like this. sorr. I've had a letter from me woife. She says she's spring, cleaning, and wants to know if I can i?ive her some help." The sergeant said. "That's a funny thing, Mike, only last week I had. a lettetr from your wife, and she said l>y no means to give you leave, for you were more trouble in the house than'out ofjt." " Michael looked rather staggered, and said, "Then I suppose I cannot have mv lave?" "No.'f Michael was just marching out of the door, when he turned round: "Might I speak to you agin, sorr?" The sergeant inclined his head. "Well. sorr. there's "two liars in the room, and I'm one of them, for I'm noi married!" JAM ROLL PUDDING.-i-lb. S.R. flour, rub in i cup butter, mix with a little milk, roll out,-spread with jam and sprinkle with sugar, roll together, steam in mould for two hours, serve with taucc.<...

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ALL-AUSTRALIAN PICTURES. FIRST CLASS FILM. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

ALL-AUSTRAUAN PICTURE?. FIRST -CLASS FILM. Produced by The F*anc» Birtlcs Film Enterprises Ltd., 4* Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. In addition to the Australian Films already produced'and screened, seve ral thousand feet of -new film will be released throughout Australia during July and August. Many of ' tli* scenes in these productions were se cured from the air. Every effort has been made io make the iil-.n a worthy product of Australia; expe rienced and capable men have han dled it throughout. A portion will be shown in Melbourne about Ju!y 12th, and a bitf -release will be made in Brisbane a few days later. The Francis Biriles Film Enterpri ses Limited, have already secured the backing of a number of prominent Australians. Other investors are id vised that shares are still available and those interested should ask for the prospectus of this live "Aussie" Company.

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SPORTING NOTES. By "Tartus." RACING FIXTURES. August. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

./"®y "Tartu» ** -JUTCPS WXTURES. . -August ?' ? Giro. Ltd. Wallaroo Jockcv ---4V'- ."'fe':: -r' --- . - ." ".-" Ltd., \Graiid t3ub. he -Iifii^-^orrt^^eUjie'^scuiji :C lab. ? Ltd.: Oub. - . ii-Ltid. ' >.'.* nmp rw> "ymj; Oubj Ltd. - _ " "?Mi ^**Mai"i Triary- Clpt: : Ltd. jj?:- _ . i Jockey: ga*iisgfiF Oub. ;" Can». I«ib. Inc.: ; i^JOub/"Ltd. iHij^iGab, mossmtHiZ; ~"'""" ?IVaUacoD - JocJcey tang Gub.

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NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

NEWCASTLE DISTRICT COM MITTEE. . Ata^ meeting of the Newcastle dis^ trict committee of the fibers! Union, held v. Quom on Monday, July 26, Mr. E. K. Twopenny,- who presided, ex pressed pleasure at the representative af tendanceof delegates from all parts of the' district. The following officers were elected:-President, Mr. E. ty. Twopenny;" Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. M. Gillick, R. Thompson, and A. G. Hirsch; District Secretary and Treas urer, Mr. R. Bennett; Delegates to Council, Messrs. E. -N- Twopenny, J. M. Gillick, A, C Hirscli, J. McColl, Hon. 'R. W. Foster, M.H.R., J. Scott-Robert son Mrs. E. N. Twopenny, and 'Misses A. at.-and M. "Grunike; Selection Com mitter "for Legislative ConnciI,'the Presi dent^ t&amp;cee Vice-Presidents, Secretary, and MrJ. Scott-Robertson. The Preiji dent then welcomed Hon. J. Cowan, who in a brief address urged those ^present to do their utmost to se oire tiberal representation in Newcastle "C3"" Mr. H. P. Butden (organizer) presented a report ...

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LIBERAL UNION. BURRA BURRA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 6 August 1920

LIBERAL UNION. BURRA BURRA DISTRICT. *1 A' committee meeting of the Burra Bum District of the Liberal Union was held in the Jamestown Institute "on July 8. Mr. M. A. Radford was in the chair. The following branches >weri represented:-Wirrabara, Apj pila, PeterbqfOugh, Jamestownj Burra, Yongala, Bbdirodc, and Ca nowie.- TheDisfcrict Secretary' {Mr. L. H. Foote) gajfre a report ior" the year, and presented the balance Sheet, which were adopted. As. the retiring President had expressed a wish that he should not' be re-elec ted, Mr. M. A. Radford, of the f.Burra branch, was' elected in bis "place. Other officers elected:-Vice Presidents -Messrs.; F. T. Jettner, W. Francis, and-H. K_ Moore; Coun cil and Executive', Messrs, M. A. Rad ;ford, F.' T. Jettner, W- C. Francis, H. K. Moore, G. F. Jenkins, I. J. Warnes, J.. E. H. Winnall, E. Cop ley, W. Michael, and A. W. jamieson.v Miss J. Patterson, Mrs. Laycock, and the Secretary: Secretary and- Trea surer Mr. L. H. Foote.. It was de-_ cide...

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