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PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

PETERBOROUGH COUNCIL. Fortnightly meeting held Monday, Aupusr 2. Present alL A1 in'Mies of previous meeting read and confirmed. Resolved that Mr. E. W. Brandt be appointed agent in connection with the peaco !nan. Ganger reported on hedges that required trimming. Resolved that notices be sent to owners or occupiers of premises instructing them to trim, and the attention of the Yongala district clerk to be called to hedges overhanging footpaths near the NAY- boundary nf Corporation. The names nf person riding bicycles over footpaths was sub mitted by corporation daymen, and a fine of 5/ each imposed. Resolved that C. Miller he allowed 6d. per day for the fortnight previous to the increase in pay. and the caretaker's salary be increased to 30/ per week. Correspondence: From D.T.N. So ciety re nurse's salary; to be filed for reference. From C. F. Just and A". Roesner requesting permission to lay pipe- under footpaths leading to their premises.-Granted under usual condi tions. From Messr...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

COURSING. The Hallett and Mount Bryan Cours- - ing Club ran a 24-dog stake lasl week, and the event was captured by a Peter borough in Mr. W. Dixon's b.w.b. Prairie Lass (General Joffre-Wasley Lass). The first prize was £20 and a beautiful silver cyp (presented by Mr. Lavander, of the Hallett Hotel). The cup, which has been on view at the Railway Hotel during the week, stands about 12 inches high and 9 inches across the top, and is mounted on a polished: oak pedestal, with a silver inscription plate in front. The trophy has been, the subject'of much admiration from coursing enthusiasts and others. We have no more highly esteeme-"' dog~owner in South Australia than Mr.-: Hugh McColl, of Wilmington, and al though well past the allotted span, he is "as keen for a good greyhound as ever.. This veteran, who in his younger days was noted "for his fine horsemanship, was thrown from a colt a few months ago, and could only get about with {he aid of crutches for some time after ward's. He is,...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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RAMBLERS V. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

RAMBLERS v. DAWSON. On July 31, ilie above teams tried conclusions on the Dawson ground, which was in beautiful condition. The - weather, except for a few showers which fell during the afternoon, was simply perfect. Both teams were not fully represented. Dawson was led by its ever popular -captain, Cee. Ramsay, whilst the Ramblers were captained by - Bill Adams. The latter team were at a disadvantage in not having the services of some of their best players, "but their places were more than ably filled by Sharman, Opie, and R. Fuller. -The Game. Umpire Glastonbury bounced the ball at the centre in the presence of strong rucks on both sides. Ramsay secured and sent well forward, but Meadows stemmed the tide, and putting his boot .well into the ball, sent it out of the danger zone. Brimage received, but soon ^ the haH was back amongst (he Dawson forwards, where a point was registered. The Ramblers' centre half forward man, Opie, was playing a groat game with wonderful skill, but it wai...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

DISTRICT NEWS. WALLOW AY.... _A correspondent from Wallowasr "on August 9lh says:-"A _v«u: til- [J llrliih u was seen ridins. a. bay horse nl mg the three chain road, about a. milt: and ,ti half out of the city of Wail .-way, un fcii day, August 6tli. Ht wu tiiiv.iig i young heifers and & ealr; he forgot there was a north wind blowj rig"' wliith threw his voice for eame distance. I'm tut e "he cannot have lung troubles, no 1 hope lie will take the tip aud in future nut whis per so loud to liinibeir. Hoping the calf . will thrive quickly, while it is a good sea sop (wherever you s_e«,ihe farmers th&y seem to wear a smile), but I trust the calf does not grow up and take after hi» drover, as ha always wears & smile. YaNYARKIK. Folks out here are waking up this year, and on Friday, August t7tb, the school Committee are going 13 hold the first an nual picnio at tiie school Stud give the kiddies and all c.<tietrn»d a good Jay's sport. Friends and parents...

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ALL-AUSTRALIAN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

ALL-AUSTRALIAN PICTURES. Many people have heard of the Francis. Birtles Film -Enterprises Limited, who recognise the fact that Australia needs clean, up-to-date films manufactured in the Commonwealth. But thej' have not had sufficient datar presented to them to know just what this Company is doing. . _ c. .We -propose to rlay a lew facts be fore you. WHAT THE COMPANY HAS AL READY DONE. A11 of Mr. Francis Birtles' films have been secured, these comprise 3 number of feature Alms including "Across Australia," "On the Track of Sir Ross Smith," "On the Track of Burke and Wills," and "Through Aus tralian Wilds," and a number of sup porting films of dramatic and comedy types. Plants have been secured in Melbourne and Sydney and a compet ent staff have been engaged to do all branches of the work. One lot of - 4,000 feet of film has been completed and screened at the Empire Theatre in Melbourne, this film has since been put into perfect order, and is now be ing shown in Queensland and is ear...

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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." The ex-Crown Prince of Germany has stated. to an interviewer that he is anxious to obtain permission from the Dutch to leave Wieringen. He does Dot seem to know where he could go were he released.-News item. His ex-Imperial Highness Young Billy Hoh'enzollern. Asks with peculiar dryness, "Yy shouldt 1 stday in Hollan'?" The question's rather silly, For if he left the Dutch, 'Would others ask young Willie To stay with them?-not much! He wrote to the Herr President Of Deutschland, asking if He might become a resident*. Wrote Ebert, "Your luck's stiff!" He asked Spain's King-Alphonso To bed and breakfast him: He told him in response-"No! Not for a million 'jim'!" When he asked the Bolsheviki, . . ' .=5w They immediately said " / 'v "We've a vacancy next, Nicky, :;afv (Who, by the way, is dgad)." . ?> To America then wrote he" - For hospitalitee. ' Said.. Sammy, of the "goatee," "-^#3 "No blank}- good to me!" . . -: As a change for him seems Vital,...

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The Times FRIDAY, 13th AUGUST, 1920. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

FRIDAY, 13th AUGUST, 1930, S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows: S. Holy Communion; 1], Matins; 7, Evensong-. "1 have returned from oilier parts and consider Australia the best country iri the world." (Mr. Hudd in the House of Assembly during the week). The- country's all right, but we'd like to hear this politician's report on the rotten spin the diggers vare getting from the gods that are responsible for the running of the country. Beautiful Mew Silk Bloutet, Crepe De Cfaene Blouses, Voile Bl*uie«, Jut unpacked at HUB & Spp't (Ute Dobbie'i). R. and D.S. Band.-Special atten tion is drawn to the visit of the Dis charged and-Returned Soldiers' Band, who will open at Peterborough on Wednesday next, August 16, present ing a varied programme, including in strumental solos, . quartettes, voc.il items, and a very funny yet pleasing "Band Sketch." This sketch is quite original, and is a perfect scream from start to finish, clean and wholesome. The secon...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Position of the Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. -Position of the Clubs. Saints Terowie .. Ramblers . .. Yongalas . .. 'Burgs Sainti Terowie ... Bamblers ... Ycmgala ... Burge P. W. L. D. Pts. 7 6 1-12 8 6 3 - IS 7 4 3 - 8 8 3 5 - 6 8 0 8 - 0 Pts. For Pts. Agftiiut 317 186 383 248 356' 325 287 376 . 210 411

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CHAPTER IX. THE MATTER OF A CIGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

CHATTER IX. THE MATTER OF A CIGAB. Kick Carter ut: silent for a la eg time after that, and Lynne seemed quite content that, he should do- so. The detective was , thinking over the facts of the. case as he was ar ranging ihem in sequence in his own mind, and he could see but one con clusion at whieh to arrive as an ex planation of ther mystery ; it. th» reader has already guessed at that conclusion, so jnnch the better, lor it is not the purpose here to myetijy -only to arrive at l&cte Just aa the detective arrived at them. First, then, the known fondness be tween J. C. Lynne and his daughter. The papers had had it. and all the world understood it, thai ever since the death of tbe mo: her of Edvthe Lyjme ill. daughter had bc'U the jtp ple of the father's eye. He had tafcen her everywhere, es cort i-d her u> many of i h - places she aiu-nded, and sh»- had serrate to pre fer his . oiiii auy to iliat of the young uuu of her acquaintance. Sh.- had bi-a hi» thought and care, an...

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Council Office Burnt Out. District Clerk Found Dead. Carrieton Aug 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

Council Office Burnt Out. District Clerk Found Dead. Carrieton Aug 10th. Carrieton residents had a rough awakening on Tuesday morning, on learning that the office of the District Cit»rk was r,n tire. First arrivals on the scene found the Clerk /Mr. J. Ormieton) lying a short distance from the office (which was ablate), and on ex amination he was found to be dead. M r. Ormiston was seen at aljout (j a.m. going in the direction of his office, ;uid at time of writ ing nothing definite can be laid down as to what happened, but it is believed that heart failure caused the Clerk'e sad end. Aug. 11th. Further developments regard ing the aad end of Mr. J. Ormis ton came to light yesterday. Dr. McGlafchan was summoned from Orroroo, and his verdict was that the deceased came te his end by taking cyanide, in addition strychnine was found in the dead man's packet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

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(COPYRIGHT.) THE BABBINGTON CASE ONE OF NICK CARTER'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES. PART SIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

(OO^TJBrSHT J When tie returjnPd "to Ap -car he noticed that lijTttfte TCgardPd Jjim ra-, -^at* tele- - .S^ggH^jiS^ggg^j^^^^i^roevoniy 'said:' ? ^fl>atrti;3taltei.'.r3,ou. lone* "Mr. "Ko ; it' coiiceiied ' mcrely an In etiaiction I wf^)^3i>HKDd to oot of" w£ will re-. .v. Byroad nearly tillf"of last- summer, ?V^BBSn.io ? > " ^^oemWisei^^^hi* report inone ?^ol the papers *. - .soer. aa^a matter pi^foct " ;-~ "your ,<iflju^t«r-|3lld" not accoui v. jpany you?" . i^:\ ," ""'So She xsmUSoed -at Pldasant - ' ""It occurs to'xae.jitso, that I saw . the t$me '. Jj ' .". ^ ^ -ill ' while fv~ ??:.?. .'.; .'*.?";??' ^ '«i tie . ? time, Wtte' yoo ?" " ^ *7ttdliy.ii^ ititii,ji»-my valet ?:? He w«e .;al^ aei^>with the sajtne ? - r malady, and hedied-iof it, poor jy. low." ^ ' -, ; y** z i remfiajiber jibout l llat Bow. You wcre ftt ^ mountain inn, : ^ometfcing Sr sthe sort/at "the time, ."-.' I reniember S^Sfi«^upt."What was' the. malady ? What, writs -the. trouble, ? . Mr. ...

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BOOLEROO CENTRE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

feOOLXROO CKNTKX COLUMN. (By "Aueh.") . Ally *.-It i- <.[trtT.tr A se&siJQ so t«r as Uic c mim.uj oi iigiit tens »i> tlle face trf earth >oft. Ttie brvad-guage- tiniie ..u 1. *? i':u «= of tit** farmer its in keeping with 'lie water**'«..rn condition uf the ro«td>, a. fauoii-v Lr.njiKit uf mucli to be. Tiie Tareotvje foot L:vl!ert> forfeited 10 Oeutre» so 110 wits p'uvt-d Jicr^ yettt-r-duy. At Wired. Iiara the home team A-Yurrowie b\ 4 ]m-Wirmtara. - ~J bebirids to Va-r rowit- J g'm I 4 Khinci* Tiio Itookruo Centie Ik41*j are iiiiuui pwipicj* ±hd expt^t to iv.n rh»* ."h'e'H. Fu'ur«? waviefc I tiwetn l»t:u!»-ni«i OtiiUi ?Virraba'a i-liouid tw* v*-ry iiiu*f au they will hi- playtrO on If arrow ie Ki' -Uti'i : ill*'.*!&!Wf" utv vhyiit'U . cut-** Wir rab ta Uf. ii- iliey liiij lafct which heir. Thf tun hn= «onc. inv darlinjf one, Th.- cni:!r nifshi has onnic: II;- moih.-r sin*- her hillah\ - **Tri.-ia-la-i uui-Luni-Titm."' No danger threatens you. ...

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TEHOWIE V. BURGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

TEHOWIE v. BUHGS. The above teams met for th* sscond time this season on Saturday last when the B urge journeyed to Xerowieaud tried .occlusions with the home team. Al though the visitors were defeated great credit is due to them for the splendid game they put up; arriving with only a, very poor team they battled like trojai.6 throughout' the game. With a strong wind i» their favor in the first quarter the Burgs soon had the play at their end .nd, although the kicking was somen hat erratic, they had gained an advantage of 3 points when the bell rang. With the change of ends Terowies forced -the play to their goals but instead of making good use «£ the wind they mulled their chan ces of scoring by everyone trying to be a goalticker. Throughout this quarter they were .playing a very selfish game and, .in consequence, all they accom plished was tbree minors. The Burgs battled on during the third quarter and when the bell sounded had substantiated a lead of LI points over the home teams...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

Insurance Co,Ltd. ?FARMERS, INSURE WITH THE JJNITED iNSURANCB COMPANY, LIMITED. A Purely Australian Institution. Fire, liarine, Wotkxrien's Compensa tion; Pergonal AeSfcnt an d Sidcfici*, p'u«c;;Stodc. Sooth Australian StBach-^No. 18 WayiBouth StKet, Adelaide. T. C. REYNOLDS, .Maoiccr. E. A. C01I1HS ^ (UU,of Adelaide)! haviof taketL ever ih* ?STX*SGKGUGH: s.»urc> Patron* ©f B*st Attention. - fatdUat AccomifMiAttj&n. Bm* Wi»«« asdSpirit*. Popular AIm en Ortttftat. - A (M fcfitted. - E. A. & SON, "The Original White Shops,* Main Street, Peterborough. We invite your inspection of the following special lines for this week. DAINTY CAMISOLES in very neat designs. 3/8,3/11,4/8. 4/11, 8/8, 7/11, 8/11, 8/11,10/8. LADIES'UNDERSKIRTS 8/3. 8/3 yard Heavy 72 inch. Grey Sheetings 5/3 2/11 yard Beautiful Double Width. Madras Musline 2/3 yard Strong Striped Flannelettes, very wide 2/3 yard Heavy Turkish Towelings 2/3 yard 18/8 yard Navy Coating Serges 10/6 {This is a wonderful li...

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Peterborough Soldiers' Hospital. Governor to lay Foundation Stone on Sept. 9th, at 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

Governor to l ay Foundation Stoae I on Sept. 9th, at 11 a.m. An important meeting of tbe.;: Hospital committee was held In the Council Chamber on Tuesday evening, when Dr. Clarke presid ed over a large attendance. Ow ing to-Governor's arrangements clashing with the date originally Jixed it was decided after careful consideration to fix the 9th Sep^ tember for the laying -of tmr foundation stone. The Governor ; and party will arrive at about 9.30-a.m., and after an inspection of the town will lay the founda- : tion stone at 11 a.m., after which the committee will entertain the party at luncheon, prior.to their departure by' the East-West ex press at 2.9 p.m. The arrange ments for the day were thorough ly discussed and full details will appear in our next issue: This will be a red letter day for.... Peterborough and district, and we feel sure everyone will rally to the Cd.ll "and do their bit to make the function the jsuccess it should be. A special effort to. be present and make a ge...

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RAMBLERS V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

RAMBLERS t. YONGALA. Considerable interest attached to the second meeting of the above teams which took place on the local show ground on Saturday Inlet in the presence of a good crowd of spectators. The weather wu very unfavorable for the grand winter pat time, a strong north wind blew acroes the oval, the strong velocity of which caused the bulk of the play taking part en the southern end of the ground. Um pire Oitchley had charge of the game and gave a very fair exhibition. Captain Adams won the toss and selected to open the game with the wind in hie favor. Soon after the bounce the Rffmblers had the ball in their forward quarters and piled up 4 goals 8 behinds before the quarter ended, .the Yongalas. beipgjun able to threaten danger. With the change of ends, the Y11 galas mcde a mends and registered 3-9, the Ramblers just managed to score a minor. The half-time scores were-Ramblers-4 goals 9 behuuUi; Yongala-3 goals 9 behinds. After the long interval the home team continued to s...

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ORROROO AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

ORROROO AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Orroroo Bureau was held on July 31. Mr. A. L. Erice presided. The minutes were read and confirmed, and the secretary's re port was received and adopted. Mr Brice was re-elected president for the ensuing term, and Messrs Gl-O. Graham, W. Zanker, and T. Tapscott were elec ted vice-presidents: secretary, Mr. J. J. Dennis. It was arranged that the j.re sident and secretary attend the annual congress in Adelaide in September, and the annual subscription was set down for ilie ensuing year at 2/ per member. The secretary was instructed to write the Advisory Board and arrange for northern congress to he held in Keh ruary, 1921. Several members who had not attended the requisite number of meetings were to be notified that They were liable to have their names struck off the roll. Mr. H. Matthews offered to bring a paper forward at the next meeting, and the offer w3s thankfully accepted. Mr. J. C. "Hagser also prom ised a p...

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SECOND PEACE LOAN. Farmers and Woolgrowers' Support Expected. Campaign Under Way. Prospects Bright. Most Attractive Terms. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

SECOND PEACE LOAN. Farmers and Woolgrowers' Support Expected. Campaign Under Way. - Prospects Bright. Most Attractive Terms. The South Australian campaign for the raising of £2i500,000 towards the £25.000.000 required by the ^Common wealth of Australia for the complete repatriation of her returned soldiers, ii well under way. the opening day being August 6. A wave of enthusiasm ex tends throughout the country, as the terms are the finest ever offered by the Commonwealth Government, and it is expectcd applications will come readily from all quarters of the State. Pros pects were never so favorable for the raising of an attractive loan as they are to-day. The season promises well for the farmer, and this, coupled with the announcement made this -week that the British Authorities are handing over i6,483,901, half the profits of the Aus tralian, wool sold to March 1919, to the Australian Government, indicates that the money will be available for"such a gilt-edged investment. Second Peac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 13 August 1920

p THE GREATEST GAME at the present time is PROFITABLE 'v \ INVESTMENT. I can offeryou a PROPERT Y which brings in a clear 10 per cent, and which is never empty. . - This is ABSOLUTELY GENUINE and must'be disposed of Apply- * » . L- R. SILVER (Late F H Frith). -GENERAL AGENT/ ' - STREET. PETERBOROUGH. SMITH & JMOTOR ENGINEERS, ^MAJN"STREET. PETERBOROUGH. AT*. CLASSES OF BATTERY^AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. dt!Y MAKE OF CAR OVERHAULED. CYLINDERS RE-BORED. Allilachine Work executed on the prenuses. : Agent for, Bu«i>aiid»Chewrolet Cars, also Indian' and Triumph Motor ^ ' Cycles., ". : " _ ~ FintiSange of S.H. .Motor Cycles for Sale. . u-. ". . . , .j Inspection Invited. ~ S. C. Middleton, Late A.I.F., ? r. - ' v ^(Successor to M. B. RYAN), .7 _ AUCTIONEER; House, Land, and- General. Commission Agent, QUORN. VALUATIONS AND 5AIJK CONDUCTED IN ANY PAJtTO* -DISTRICT. . ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCES EFFECTED. T*ANBFEMv^lORTGAOES, AGREEMENTS, INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED, .r -4 ^ i - A4irtt...

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