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

SOUTH BRITISH VUtX, MARINE, ACCIDENT, i fawrinw Company, -Ltd. A purely Auatralasian Company, anthoristd capital. .£s,e0*,«00 Every d*i caption of Property, Ir «U4iagHAY5TACitS and GROV» . IpG CROPfi, insured at Lawut ^UGHT^INQJpavtftd Witfanut I*$ra Pressium. Sjnploy«r« protected - against their liability for jcnlniti : to lkcir workmen. Lowest Xatca. Vtriict security. ??? ,; V fmql ScttlMBUIt. - . - _ - 5_A. Branch-^Sr-CTfcll Street A. It A|avn,Hmpr Af«Bt atretirborougb , *. HEITHERSAY. St*IWH» 5Wl$£. - . \ ^ ITAU1IKS are recommtnisd to secure thsir Supplies for Hcxt Hsr rest *. early u possible sad tku aro!4 lac seasons shortage. Write. atoace for*!* otalionstor3l indtr and H. J. PKHND^CO^ LTD, - DAKLiNaStm.DtNak, . ::; r;A3WllJUnJK^^-:' - ' -? ?. ' ?' .' " ~ ' "? ??? - r\ ?. i^naHtjrfld w^ £scds -and . ? any ol Vtt AoTa'yJtfajt. sggy v.-v, n tuiOiLX'ir^ilT; Adelaide mWZEALA^D Ltd. jmpWOM^U.; KS?^K^ama?GBQWlNG' '?*.'. ; ' .-Apply to "'-" «. SHACKLSFORD. Agent, Pater A. U JAFFRFyT...

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

CHURCH SERVICKft. Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 and n Pe tersburg, and 10.30 Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions T Peterifcurg. MethMbt-11 a.m. and T p.m. Rtr. A. H. Uclbourn*. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Rtr. H. A. Dc La Rue. .

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

BIRTH. DAY.-On 26th July, at Victoria Street, Peterborough, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Day-a daughter (Mary Ellen), DEATH. CROWLEY-On the 5th of August, at Peterborough, Michael, the second eldest ion of Mr. and Mrs. P. Crowley, after a long illneta, aged 38 years. Also in memory of Martin, who -died on 25th July, 1919, and Susie, who died 8th of August, 1917. it. LP. THA.NKS. \fRS. WOOLAHD AND FAMILY de *? sir* to thank all kind friends for letters, cards, personal expressions of sympathy and floral, tributes in their be reavement.

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PEACE BONDS OR INGRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

PEACE BONDS OR INGRATI TUDE. By "J. S." Those Peace Bonds now on the mar ket are issued to keep faith with men who kept faith with us, and interposed. their all between us and rain; They heard the call during the Great War and became seized with enthusiasm. From. that hour they latew only the pathway of duty, though it should lead them into the valley of the shadow. Each felt the. appeal to be a personal one; there was no alternative, to the pain as well as to the glory of individual sacrifice. The initial test found them worthy of their nation; their later con duct proved them capable of the noblest heroism attainable by humanity-for what heart can be greater than that -ready to shed its blood for the freedom of the race? But their prompt answer marked duly the starting point in the new pilgrimage which was to unfold step liv step to the full, sublimity of jts height. From the peaceful evenness'of their daily.lives these men strode forth transformed, confident and winning con fiden...

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THE SUN-RAYSED COLUMN. From "Somewhere in France." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

THE SJTN-RAYSED COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." From "Somewhere in France." In the heart of London, the- world's great hub, In an armchair deep of a cosy club, A soldier was well entrenched. Although, at a glance, he seemed comfy quite, On closer inspection his face looked white, As though he from danger blenched. And I think you will all understand his fear. When I tell you that as I was standing near, I happened to read by chance. This letter, which told me he thought he was. Confronting the Hun in a. difficult / "pozz." ('Twas written from "Somewhere in France.") Wrote he, "Old cobbers in Aussie fair, At last I find myself 'over there,' Right up to my eyes in mud: ' Around me are fifty Uermau dead, Each one of whom I shot through the head I'm wading through seas of blood. "On yesterday morning the King came out, To see if 'that hero, Ozanne.' was about, He wanted to give his thanks To the man who, alone, had slain fifty Huns, In the face of a thousand quick-firing guns And a big contingent...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

CHAPTER X. At the housd Nick Carter found things unchanged. Save for the presence of the policy 'men* who were guarding it, and the local coroner who was awaiting* the arriralof "the great man" of the neighbourhood, 'there was no change. Hiey were a respsctful, quiet lot fruly sorrowful ^ for what had hapl pened. and genuinely in sympathy with the man Whose dearest posses sion had so ruthlessly been t«,w ?from'him.. . . And- he passed among them with po^cd head, with his >innric hjijp^ his bade; not stroking to a single - one of his many old acquaintances of the .neighbourhood who had been permitted inside the grounds to otter their sympathy. And this, one nan was heard to saJ' was not at all like Mr. Lynne, although Ite couldn't be blamed under the circumstances. But Lynne -neither looked to the right Dor the ieft as fee' advanced ib to the house, and, followed closely by the detective, led the way to the room where the dead girl waited. At- the door of it, when others Jfould. h...

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(COPYRIGHT.) THE BABBINGTON CASE ONE OF NICK CARTER'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES. PART SEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

ONE OF KICK ^BARTER'S f- iBREftT DETECTIttSTORJES. Mas«at»sasMftg-3g?-r«^.sg^KT.-.y«;: ??? /...... - JPAKTUSESEN* V6he rananbered-him, of course ?" iouise/' ' i_. - ? .'? . - -; auwocii of face by , necessity of their calling. you OfiVA. ' ..i . » ? Tou seem *o take kindly to It just now, 1 suppose that is due "There was another silence after that, and a grim smile was playing upon tie features of Jfick Carter it broadened, too, when as they drew near to Pleasantglades, and came into the more thickly popula ted localities. Lynne threw the not half-smoked cigar from tit window and straightened himself suddenly. ' "We will be there in a moment," he said. "Teg. We will be there in a mo ment," the detective replied. Heed I say to you that you shall Very generously recompensed for whatever you can do to relieve me of the s train and terror of this awful business ? I have «o doubt that my daughter came here deliberatelv to kill herself. Why, I do not know ; but you must help me to find th...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

CHURCH SSKVICn. Catholic-Holy Mass, 8.30 Yongala, 11 Petersburg, 7. Oodlawirra Insti tute, an'd 10.30 Nackara. Usual Even ing Devotions, 7, Petersburg. -11 a.m. ud 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Utftnmt. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-H«r. H. A. Dc La Rub.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

r-Kem TripVoyaii««» £e. i§g££$& pfo^^ileclirlc^ Cold Sea Water Tumbv Ba>, bl®^;lW»Uattc^in(l Go'welL ; 0.- .:?'; t pj 1 pjM; -J." _ S.S. WAtJDANA, «0,LTD iAMSHIP p. JONES. FARMERS. INSURE WITH THE UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. A Purely Australian Institution. Fire, Marine, Workmen's Compensa tion,. Personal Accident and "Sickness, , live Stock. South Australian Branch-No. as Waymouth Street, Adelaide. T. C. JtfiYNOLDS, Manager. E. A. COUINS (late of Adelaide), -having taken «ver the PETERBOROUGH. ' assure* Patrons «f Best AttcoliM. Excellent Accommodation. Beat Wines and Spirits. Popular Alea on Draught. :: - A C«U SoEated. - E. A. HRW & SON 'The Original White Shops,1 Main Street, Peterborough. We invite your inspection of the following special lines for this week. DAINTY CAMISOLES in very neat designs. 3/6,3/11,4/9. 4/11, 6/6, 7/11, 8/11, 0/11,10/6. LADIES'UNDERSKIRTS - 6/3. 6/3 yard Heavy 72 inch. Grey Sheetings 5/3 2/11 yard Beautiful Double Width Madras ...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, 20th AUGUST, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

FRIDAY, 20th AUGUST. 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter'a Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Euchar ist: 7, Evensong. 3, Yongala. Beautiful New Shadow Val La ces at Han & Son's to-day. Girl taldM-UI Pstertorqugh Tro«p_.-The guide* of the 1st Peterborough Troop gave * parents' evening in the Baptist lecture hall on Wednesday evening. The captain,' Miss V. Groves, presided over a large number and gave an inter esting address on the Girl Guid» move ment, and was supported by A.S.il. Wil liams. The musical.program, as follows, was very much enjoyed:-Overture. Miss V. Bennett; seng, tfiss Raohael Coman sod Guides; recitation, Miss E. Hill; re citation. Miss E. Lett; trio. Misses Tay lor, Dodman, and De La Bue; recitation. Miss Nellie Groves; song. Master F. Armstrong; pianaforte duet. Misses V. Bennett and E. Ledger; recitation. Mas ter L. Smith; fife duet. Miss and Master Smith. Supper was nicely served by the girls after which games wa...

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TEROWIE DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

TEROWIE DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly Meeting, held on August !. Present-Crs. Roach, Lock. Keats, Hill, Martin, Mitchell, Collins, and Smith. Mr. Roach was duly ap pointed Chairman for ensuing year; Chairman suitably responded. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence.-From Soldiers' Memorial Committee; matter left in hands of Chairman to report on next meeting. From Destitute Board, re appointment of Medical Officer for district; Dr. Goode appointed, with his consent. From S.A. State Tro phy Committee, notifying council that Terowie and district had been allotted a machine gun under usual conditions. From Yongala Council, asking for particulars of road grader which Terowie proposed hiring from Hanson Council. From Commissio ner Crown Lands, submitting re commendations for main roads main tenance and construction. From Mc Glew & Coy., re supply of tar for en suing year. Accounts as presented passed for payment-Main road, £152 0/4; dis trict roads, £63 19/8....

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TWINKLER'S BALL. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

TWINKLER'S BALL. (Contributed.) bome three months ago a few 1'eterborough folk? interested in some of the dances which became popular during the war, formed a dance club for their practice. They gave their first ball on Monday evening. We were there,.. and we hope they'll give another, and give it soon. The town hall and the an nexe were dainrily decorated n-jth streamers of coloured silk and masses of almond blossom were so;tly lit by electric bulbs, concealed in great blooms of pink convolvulus and fantastic Chinese lanterns. The stage, carpeted, warmed with elec tric radiators, and furnished with card tables and an abundance of easy chairs, was intended to serve as a lounge for such -of the guests as were unable or unwilling to dance. Some were unable, but the lilt of the music and the charm of the sccne were such that few remained long unwilling, and soon ?.ome of Peter borough's most hardened bridge players were tripping it as lightly as ever they did in those brave old day? be...

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A Reliable Home-Made Remedy for Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

A Reliable Home-Made Remdjr for Coldt, Influenza, Bronchi tit, ftc. The treatment of Asthma. Bronchitis. Cold*, Influenza, and bore throats calls for something that will destroy disease germs from the throat and bronchial tubes, soothe and heal inflamed mucous membrane, loosen pblegm, and tone up the general system. For thi# purpose money cannot buy a better medicine than that which anyone may prepare in their own homes in a fe* moments by adding HEENZO (registered name for flean's Essence) to sweetened wateraspereasydirectionssupidied A big money-saving is effected in this way. and the curative properties of the home-made. Heenzo mixture are all that can be desired.

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Peace Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

Peace Loan. Capt. McNamara, V.C., arrived here on Tuesday at noon in his' aeroplane. A large crowd gath-. ered at the. racecourse to meet him. The Mayor extended a welcome to the Captain, and con gratulated him on his winning the V.C. The Mayor also ad dressed the people on the Peace Loan. Capt. McNamara thanked the Mayor for his welcome, and mentioned that the racecourse here was the best landing ground he had struck yet:; he delivered.a fine address in the interests °f the Peace Loan, and a,sked for contributions. The following a mounts were handed in on the spot:-The Mayor£100(addition al), the Mayoress £20, Cr, L. "J. BIUb .£100, E. A. Cousin £500, E. Hoile £150, W. B. Eds on £100r Mrs. Ahearn £20, Miss Flora Jones £20, Misses Ahearn (2) £10 each, Miss M. Condell f.10, and / Messrs. J. G. Swain and J. Clair £10 each ; total £1,060. The Cap ^tain and his mechanic were taken to lunch by the Mayor and on his return again to the ground the Captain, was well received. He left at 2.30...

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ROADMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

ROADMAKISTG. The road is to be completed as early as possible, and a Special work ing bee is to be called at an early date for this purpose as soon as the football season closes. Let us hope there will be a particularly big rally for this purpose on the day to be announced shortly.

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Research in Corrosion. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

Research in Corrosion. At the recent congress of. the British Institution of Metals a valuable report was read on the ' corrosion of condenser tubes-a subject in which so many engin eers are keenly interested. This report was the fifth of a series, recording researches undertaken by a special committee of the In stitute. Experiments have been made with alloys of copper and zinc, and many suggestions made for avoiding or reducingcorrosion. In the British Navy trials are be ing made with oxidised tubes, and British company has-been fojni ed-to exploit an electrolytic pro~ = ceas which deposits and maintains a protective layer of lime on the " surface of the tube. ?; Sold it. now, yes, send it quickly! Good old Woods* Great Peppermint Cure. *'Tbe Burrs Rfecud" on Wednesday, .aaidjs - . - Dnriug the -week two prominent young ctti* ' zena left- Kobringa, namely Messi*. P- J Broderick and F. Richmond A little over' eighteen months ago Mr. Broderick opened a bootshop bete and at once began...

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FENCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

FENCING. The noble band of volunteer fenc ers still continue their good work, and the whole of the north side has been fenced and a start, made on the western side." The posts are gradually being used up and more will be re quired to complete the line of fence and fanners are again^ appealed to to supplement- supplies.^ -The following posts have been received to date-F. W. Sdson 30. A. Williamson 50 L. Huns 85, R. Hans 85, J. Stott 50.

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The Carrieton 0Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

The Carrieton Tragedy. The' inquest in connection with the death of Mr. James Ormiston was con ducted at Carrieton before Mr. T. M. Williams, coroner. At 6.55 a.m. of the 10th inst., smoke was seen coming out of the office of the Carrieton''Council Chamber. Mr. G. E. Sharp, who was the first person to discover the fire, immediately repor ted the matter to M.C. Rosenberg and other residents. M.C. Rosenberg was first on the scene, and on arrival, found the Coun cil office completely gutted with fire. The body of James Ormiston was found lying on the ground, face down wards, just outside of the office door. Life appeared to be extinct. Under the supervision of M.C.. Rosenberg the fire was got under control, but all Council books and records were des troyed. The Council Chamber was saved after a strenuous battle by all present,-, with minor damage to the floor near the door which leads from the office to the Chamber. " The matter was reported to T. M. Williams Esq., J.P., Coroner, who '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

SOUTH BRITISH mat, IttSINB, ACCIDENT. iawrawe Company, ltd. A parcly A«atralami*n Company, tullioiuti _ capital, £*,©00,000. . Kyry ^docrjptioa: rot Property, ir igHAYSTACKS and GtOVv PlSOKiNniwnd at I«wwt ^?^Ut^SgpAMAG*. ".??*¥ NCrjoftred Wift o«t Extra .J"'fi|un|>lby*r»" protected ^tir^?isiOtr' for ictidesu .SiUIr;: ^Wjoidaioen. -V Lowest ?Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. - ? Slilt Srtnii-Grrafdl Street. ilpARMERS ere recommended to Jfe^^jseeorp; theirSappliesforNext fflwiiftia ai thus ** y~**- * WNHO S CO, X.TO, LINGBUILDINOE. 'MUAIDlt. &&&&*.& '^7siiiaaia».fe> - >.'. '.. -5 ..' - plm^^AOSfia^fiEDIMSN.' ; itoIserymen^* florists. ? ^Quality ?®U>w«r;- -Seeds *nd .M7 HuMd V* .. wer^WiMlhs,^F4>tf.«, ww*- <tc.: ^Jincidtttir ,foddit dituii.4plfiidld Nnr jit wmydHiilpUoa. Oraa l's^-to-}Sat«Horticultural Saqni Garden Tools. Bird Jl»«ds, Sh '. .';. '* Ordera epaclally attended -'EST ADVICE ^Bn; any of lla'ii^iii^ir.Abs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920

A This is & propertyin m COMMANDING POSITION in Peter borough, replete'witli ALL CONVENIENGES, ahd specially ?uitabfcfbr* Boarding -House. IMMEDIATE_POSSESSION. Apply L. R. : (Late F. H. Friffi). GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. SMITH MOTOR ENGINEERS, MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. ALL CLASSES OF BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. -ANY HAKE OF CAR OVERHAULED. ^ CYLINDERS RE-BORED. . ..e. v AllMachine Work executed <in the premises. ' Agent ^or -Bindt Biid Chevrolet 'Cars, .also Indian add - Triumph Motor .????. Cycles. ' 4 v ISpe'Range of SJEL Motor Cycles for Sale. Inspection Invited.- r S. C. Middleton. Late A.I.F., {Successor to M. B. RYAN), AUCTIONEER, Heuie, Land, and General C#mminion Agent, QUORN. VALUATION! AND SALXS CONDUCTED IN ANY PAST OP laiTHCT. xuumoi nisDUNcn »nc»D. TIAKIBW. HOITOAOM. AOKBIHXNTS, INCOME TAX atCTUKlfS ¥R£PA1UCD. " AiUniiilwK in another's paddock where you can't r«tp. DEALTVTTHYOUR OWN FIRM FOR EVERYTHING PLACE 'YOUR INSURANCE with ...

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