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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
WHAT A BLESSING. What a blessing it is. Sought aiter by thousands. People are finding it out. Many a miserable man is happv now. Nights of unrest, days of trouble. Any irritating skin disease means this. Piles mean it. Eczema, just a? bad. and just as hard to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it. Relieves at once, and cures if you use it long enough. A specific for any irritation of the skin. A blessing for a suffering public. Here's proof of it. Mrs. G. W. Meadows. Bridges Street. Peterborough, says:-"Fif teen years ago I told you that Doan's Ointment had cured my grand-daugh ter of a skin complaint which re sembled eczema. I am pleased to be able to say now that the cure has lasted; she is still absolutely free of this trying complaint. She was very bad before we got Doan's Ointment, and the irritation was very trying. However. Dor»n'c Ointment altered %U that fifteen year* ago. and 1 advi-t those who suffer >with any form of skin trouble to g«> at once and get a Vot of this sp...
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. As stated in our last issue the ar rangements for" the forthcoming visit of His Excellency the Governor: to lay the foundation stone of the hos pital &lt;m September 9, were discussed at some length and the following sug gestions submitted bv the sub-com mittee were unanimously adopted. 1. That a few of the committee pro ceed to Terowie and met the Gov ernor and party on his arrival by the Broken Hill express 011 the 8th. Dr. A. Goode, "Dr. C. Lowlher Clarke. Rev. J. W. Stringer, the Mayor (S> D. Jones), and Mr. R. A. Bqhmc were appointed to meet the vice-regal party at Terowie. 2. That the Committee. Mayor, and Councillors meet the vice-regal party on arrival of train at Peterborough about 9.30 a.m. on 9th. 3. That the following be asked to loan cars to convey visitors and com mittee on tour of inspection of town -Messrs. E. A. Cousin, L. J. Bills, R- A- Bohme, Bagot, Shakes, & Le wis, H. Drew, C. H. Chinner, Cox Bros., Smith and Jessup, E. ...
"IN THE HOUSE." More Movement on the Silt Question. Pekina Reservoir. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
"IN THE HOUSE." More Movement on the Silt Question. - Pekina Reservoir. - Mr. O'Halloran (on notice) 1. What .action is the Government faking to remove the silt in the Pe kina Reservoir at Orroroo? 2. Is it proposed to erect retaining walls to prevent the further silting up of this reservoir? The Commissioner of Public Works -The department is giving considera tion to the question of !he best means of removing the silt from the reser voir. but owing to the difficulty- of dealing with the matter, it is not at present possible to come to any de cision. Smile Ye Farmers! The Hon. J. Bottrill-We are told that the Government intend ,to ask for increased taxation. The last tvr.i words are very ugly ones. South Australia to-day is the 'heaviest taxed State in the Commonwealth with one. exception. There is a grave danger that taxation will reach the breaking point, in fact. 1 consider it is now broken. We have passed the stage when further taxation should be im posed on the people. 1 tail t...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
COURSING. The Peterborough Coursing Club ran a 16-dog stake on Tues day and Wednesday last, and was won by the Great -Northern Cup winner; Black Opal. - Mr. W. En right was judge and Mr. M. Liddy slip.er, whilst the secretarial Ar rangements were ably carried out by Mr. E. Steinke. Results: -The Draw. Australia beat Mocking Bird. Brave Bill' beat Karratta. Silver Column beat Starlight.' Klepalo beat Linda Still. Witabrena beat Benison. Nightj watch beat Lady Fossil. Black Opal beat Mother M& chree. - Wilson's Thought beat Blyth's Boy. -First Ties. Australia beat Brave Bill. Silver Column beat Klepalo. Witabreno beat Nightwatch. Black Opai beat Wilson's Thought. -Second Ties. Australis beat Silver Column. Black Opal beat Witabrena. -Final. Messrs. Harradine, McGregor & Steele's bwd, Black Opal, beat Messrs. Martin & Travers' bd w d, Australis, by half a point.
PETERBOROUGH SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Special Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
PETERBOROUGH SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Special Appeal. In connection with the foundation stone arrangements the following cir cular letter has been issued bv the committee On Good Friday last a contract was let for the erection of this build ing for £ 12,000. The foundations are all laid: the nurses' quarters, in fectious wards, and kitchen block are almost completed. The under-, ground tank, with a capacity of over 40,000 gallons, has been '-excavated, and the well is dowjj 120 feet. Half the fencing of the grounds, 16 acres in extent, has been completed; the main drive has been formed and metalled: scores of tree holes have been dug, and-the planting of orna mental and fruit trees is under way. The foundation stone of the main , building is to be laid by His Excel lency the Governor at 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 9, 1920. Ap proximately £4,000 has already been raised, but in order to open the hos pital free of debt at least-£2,000 more is required this year. The Committee ap...
PETERBOROUGH HOMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
PETERBOROUGH HOMING CLUB. ,On Saturday, August 7th, the club flew their first Tintinara (219 miles) race, the birds having to contend with strong wind -and hea\-y rain. Re sults 1st-Mr. J. Edmond's blue c.c., 149: velocity 879 yds. per min.; time, 7h. 17m. 3js. -2nd-Mr. W. Roberts' 'black w.f.c., 88; velocity. £75 yds. per min.; time, 7h. 20m. 31s. 3rd-Mr. C. Rogers' Mile c.c. 229, velocity, 848 yds. per min.; time, 7h' 34m. 51s:
ARC. ACCEPTANCES. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, AUGUST 21. STEPNEY WELTER.—First Division. One mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
ARC. ACCEPTANCES. FIKST DAY-SATGHDAY. ADGUSX 21. STEPNEY WECTER--First ©ivision. >.:"-P-t jV«*>£-4' Batte Wood. « 5; Bnve ClmpTjj 8 8: >>: -Pistol ^rinciess. ^^Tyllulbrook, 8..«T; Lord -" 'a*. ^"'W'^Twry 8 8; IQiig Bar -.. . '4iolph.: ^.^2; ' MurnU> Bod, =8 0; Pintaaean. 7 p©*, 710; -careaa, 7 S; Oaiao5s, 7 9;Abbev31e, 7 8; Fi»t Day, '.. v7 S; jBo^aai;7 S;-Magistral, 7 8;-Cava, 7 7; . &jicr^rini* 7 7? Oinstep, 7 7; $L -Eo^eJaad, ; : ^ ytturilio Bud or Pittol Friaceu % ^'i^KEV vVl^TER.-^econfl Division. . s.xPjstpl ^ Prince^ & 5); Klaxojy^S 4; Jessie .Y^'lSooing. ^>rI0r'Sicaaiai, 8 7; 'Sir Marco ;Sv.C&nj>iJv*'£ ^r- Caste,---i£ - 6;* Stage .Boy, 8.3; -Stagefriglit, ^3;Bon* 8 0; Portree, 8 0; ^rt3i^2«wr> 7"13; Gambetto, 7 31; Argosy .&lt; Sdjv^lO;-Stridart,- 75; Powder atid Patches, '.'. . - -Monopolist,-;7.:S; Vesper 'Song, 7 8; >.;.^An£onWc^^/r? SjXiptaaiStart, 7 7; Lady . .ciaasdowBe, ^7»7; :Moiint Eba, .T 7; l*dy Pan f;;......
SAINTS' CRUSHING DEFEAT. End of Second Round. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 20 August 1920
SAINTS' CRUSHING DEFEAT. End of Second Round. The second round of - the above . association was brought to a close on Saturday afternoon lay when the Saints and Ramblers tried conclusions, and resulted in an easy 'win for the Ram blers by 38 points. Football followers will recall with what captivating brilliancy the Ramblers finished the season last year, defeating . everything before them in the semi-final, ^inal, and grand final. Their win last Saturday was such"* "a magnificent per formance thai many patrons of the game considered they will repeat the dose this season. At the end of the first round they were next to last on the list, now, in the grasping moments of the second round, they came with a tremendous Bust, as dazzling and, spec tacular ia its form as it was popular in its result, gaining a smashing victory eveiy game, which puts them a' close third on the premiership list. They will meet the minor premiers on the local show ground to-morrow afternoon and this match will...
CHAPTER XII. GETTING INTO ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
CHAPTER Xir. GETTIXG INTO ACTTOX. / Kick Carter was at .th^.telepluine,. In the' private offiife >of the ciuef of the local police. ^ ? . ? ? ? Chick wss.'.et the otliw *nd'«f «» wire, and "the connection had Sust been made. "Chick," said tie detective, "lam In th^ private office of- the (Siief, ht-i c. Where are you .?" "At home,-- .came rhfe reply over the wire. "It is only half an hour ago that I 'phoned "in, end Joseph told me what , was wanted, so I cams here." "Good. Weil, I have same instruc tions to give you ; but telore I do that, let me hear anything that you have to tell me " "I haven't. anything to A*ll you that amountt to a hill of b^ans. So tar as I have been able , to determine there is no reason to suppose that Cynne is not all that he .appears,to be. His. life, as far as I haw- l»c«3i able to find out anything- about it, is as clean as a, whistle." "I believe that. But have you found any- person who knew him intimate ly"? Who has known him inlimacely for a number...
(COPYRIGHT.) THE BABBINGTON CASE ONE OF NICK CARTER'S GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES. PART EIGHT. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
AjtomdTrip Voy**e», £8.: ?. ?gKvi JD*y» *t _Sca in Splendid Uo >n%>A ci)fi3t2iilMiric: siWl-.vCcS#'*-Seift'Wa.ter ^Myffl>EiSTEAMSHIP rigf siiirr^r~-jv --V~^^?"'g'^j^gg-''" " " *" "* - EAJ&kiSSm&SUREWITH THB WKtTED INSURANCE ._COJtPXHy,XlMITED : A Purely &lt;Atratralian institution. Firc. ilinne, CW»rkm«iV Compensa ; *o«l Sickness, ' ?*;.?*??*?.. -v '? - ..?V . 'V " .; South Australian Branch--Nor 18 T^ymoutt Str«t, Adelaide. . '?" -K-Ei^fcEVTOtbS/^nager. ..' E. A. COUSIN (late of .Adelaide), . - baring taken »ver the - Hotel, PETERBOROUGH. assures Patrons of Best Attention. Excellent l^ixpmmodatioii. Beat Wine* and Spirit*. Popular Ales on Draught.. :: - A Call Solicited.. - DAINTY CAMKOLES in very neat designs. 3/6, 3/11,4/». 4/m */6, 7/11. 1/11, 8/11,10/6. LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS S/3 yard Heavy 72 inch. Grey Sheetings 6/1 2/11 yard Beautiful Double Width Madras Muslins 2/3 yard Strong Striped Flannelettes, very wide 2/3 yard Heavy Turkish Towelinge 2/3...
IT'S A MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
IT'S A MISTAKE. Many people, in a misguided effort 10 get rid of backache, rely on plas ters, liniments, and other makeshifts. The right treatment is kidney treat ment, and a remarkably recommended kidney medicine is Doan's. Backache Kidney Pills. The following is the ex perience typical of the work of this grand remedy: Mr. W. Hunt, Photographer, First Street, Quorn, says:-"As the result of my kidneys being very much out of order, I suffered a good deal from severe pains in my back, urinary trouble, and dizzy feelings. These symptoms were very distressing, par ticularly the backache, which hamper ed me a lot, as I could not move about freely or stoop without suffering agony. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills \yere brought under my notice as a cure for kidney trouble, so I got some, and they proved most beneficial. A few doses eased my suffering a little, and five bottles completely and per manently cured rae. I say "perma nently," for three years have elapsed since I gave up taking Doan...
SEED WHEAT SELECTION. A Wepowie Honor. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
SEED WHEAT SELECTION. A Wepowie Honor. At the Arbor Day celebrations at Wepowie last week, Mr. XI. R. O'^alloran, M.P., presented a gold medal to Christopher Halliday. which was the first prize for the State Com petitions for wheat selection l"or the years 1916-1920. In making the pres entation, Mr. O'Halloran referred to the honour which the medal brings to the district, and congratulated the re cipient on gaining the distinction. Nature studies selected for the pur pose of improving the physical and mental health of a people should be well supported. The improvement of wheat, eijher in yield or in quality; as a milling product, by means of se lection is well -worth attention, and it is in this direction that the efforts of school children have been directed by Mr. A. G. Edquist, supervisor &lt;>i nature study in the Education De partment. During the past nine years two competitions have been con ducted, and a third will be concluded in 19S1. The results oi the 1916 to 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
mrr.' \ STATIOJTOWNERS should nbt mjssthiB Iron Room-alined -ihrouj^ou^;^ thing for BOIJ.NDARY material.alone&ould cost SILVER -+-1&f$f-H" Fritfa)" -H *. "k' -*? ' "-1&ENERAL AGENT. .-./. - ....iiAJN Street, PETERBOROUGH. H&fe;:. NS&NPSS&X5&i$&a^-i&- ? *. ?»:? .-» MOTOR ENGINEERS, - V* - *" PETEBBOpLOUGH. '.-_= *OX CLASSESOF-BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS. CAR OVERHAULED. , , " CYLINDERS RE-BORED r j_ - AU'Machine Work * executed bn'the prcnuses. ;'-it jwif-ftir Smac Sni) Chegrolet Cars, also Indian and Triumph Motor :'v1Cysies./ ;> JiM' Range .of SiHL Motor Cycles forSale. Inspection Invited. r; . : ?,." J 7- is^BetterPaint ^refiiied linseed oil, >jwbich our treat for . tie pre.para *tXOHOf S - t i' ! ' ' . 'v ? ? GRADE ? '???: UJ* i ijLis PREPARED ^ *'jAaiiraiic'js f^ropcitij JQptecior" Oil isifae life &lt;qif paint, "lot "jiist as rich, 'pure blood is ; Vital to theiiuman body, so is -pure linse...
THE PRINCE AND THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
THE PRINCE AND THE ' CHILDREN. The following letter has been re ceived -by the children of St. Joseph's Convent School, Peterborough, from H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, Sydney, on the eve of Ills departure from Aus tralia: . H.'M.S. "Renown," Sydney, 16 th August, 1920.-Girls and Boys-My wonderful first visit to Australia if nearly over and I want to tell you be fore I sail how sorry I am to be going and ro give you all my best wishes. All of you" whom I have seen have given me delightfully kind wel comes of your own, and-1 only wish that I could have gone everywhere and not missed seeing an- of you. I should lijce you all to remember my fif^t visit, which I have enjoyed so much' myself, and so I have asked that" as a special favour to me you may have an-extra week's holiday some time this year. Australia is a magnificent country and I think you very fortunate to have it for your own. .Make up your minds to serve Australia well, lor the future of every country depends before all thing...
OPEN COLUMN. (To the Editor.) [We are always glad to air public grievances, though personald and private matters must accessarily be debarred, and public question in relation to the welfare of the town will find special acceptance in our columns. We do not, however, endorse the opinions of correspondents because we publish their comments, and in all cases the correct name, and address of the writer must accompany each letter but is not necessarily for publication. WHEAT POOLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 27 August 1920
OPEN .COLUMN. (T« the Editor.) tW« are always *Udto air public fri«v ascat, ^though pertoaAV'tQd priutt matter* mail aecsaurily be debarred, and public ques tion in ration to the welfare of the town . will find -special acceptance in our columns. We 4o Mt, however, endorse the opinions oi .correspondents because wc'publish their corn .mentt, and in all cases the correct name, and address of tbe writer, must tcconpaq^ eid letter byt is not necessarily 'for ptiblwAiqa f WHEAT POOLING. s ?:.r Sir-Apropos some figures appear ing in your last issue, the Premier, in "his'advocacyof a" State "pool, stated: -"It was necessary, to secure ad vances made to farmers." This, in a court of law might pass - as a legal flight' of tiie imagination, but in a legislative hall it savors of "mistrust of the farmer," while the land is the. security for any advances. To the man in the street not versed in rural ^matters the Premier's statement passes without notice, but to the man on tlie land it is absol...