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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

SENIYHQ -\NI\tVt. jPAKMERS» are recommended to secure their "Supplies for Next Harvest's^ early as-possible and thus avojid -last season's shortage. Write at once'for quotations for Binder and Sewing: Twines. H. J. PENNO & CO., LTD., DARLING BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. ' B. 0. A. RANKIN, Barrister <& SoiiGitorp, PETERBOROUGH. Mr. RANKIN visits Terowie eyerj .Friday Morakig. 1'-="ass Unstrung Nerves " I put your medicine to the test." Mr. F. C. COOK, Head Salesman at one of the best known commercial firms in Hindley Street, Adelaide, writes July 7thj 1916, of the value of Clements Tonic and how it benefitted him and restored him to health CLEMENTS TONIC Ld. " For the last few months I have not been well andjl haoe put your medicine to the test, "I have found it splendid' as I haoe been run down with bad nerves. "/ also recommended it to a friend who sufferedfrom weak nerqes. "In both instances it has proved, effective and given, great satisfaction. "I often recomm...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

Local an^-General News Yongala District - Council.-The report of the monthly. meeting of the Yongala District Council, has, through mishap, been held over till next-issue. St.;Peters' Church.-On Sunday nextj^ie services: will be as fol lows. 11 ajn. Mattins, 7 p.m. ? Evensong. ; Rev. H. Davidson iwill take the services. The Sun day school ha? resumed. Influenza.-The local Board of Health are closing- the temporary hos pital at the public, school to-day, as all the patienjs^have gone, and the town is now free .-.of the influenza. The school will be thoroughly disinfected and cleaned, an4s ready for the schol ars by Tuesday, May 13. The Latest in Mens Felt Hats now now showing at Dobbie's Peterborough '.Show.'-A meeting of the show, coinmittee was held on Friday afternopn^_the President (Mr.* J. Philp) presiding. It was decided to remove the iron . 'fence on the north side, put up i cyclone fence, and use the iron to roof t}ie refreshment room and the poultry (division. Poisoning ,Cas...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

. v .. . t . Written especially for "Tiie Peters , burg Times" by S.-Major B. A. Clarke.. CHAPTER 14. Eary on 'Sunday morning, April 25, our fleet moved silently out of Lera nos Harbour. Rain storms had pass ed over, and in the bright , starlight of the Sabbath morning' crowded troop decks spoke Volumes "for the eager ness of the men. Sleep was out of the question, and, sitting in cosy! cor ners in groups conversing, our "lads were wakeful and keen. Long before daylight a dull roar from ahead pro claimed the fact that our fleet had ar rived at the scene and had com menced operations, and as we ap proached nearer to the Dardanelles long streets of flame ran from end to ;end of the fleet, while the famous 15-inch guns o! the- Queen Elizabeth seemed to make reven our craft treftible. Near the- entrance a host of transports stood off the land, ready to disembark f&e whole of the British force.detailed in the previous chapter. Taking a turn, our Australian army swept silently up ...

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MAGNIFICENT GENERAL RAIN. Northern Areas Benefitted. A Splendid Opening. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

MAGMflCtNTJiENtRAl RAIN, Northern Areas Benefitted. A Splendid Opening. After a lengthy period of dry weather, heavy rains set in on Tuesday, and was, without doubt, the-'most general in character which has occurred this year. It extended not only over all parts of the agricultural areas, but also well into the pastoral country, and an immense apiount of good must accrue from it, both to the men on the land and the comr munity as a whole. For . the most part the rain fell steadily and the bulk of it soaked -into the ground. Local experience and reports from different localities, however, indicate that some sub stantial thunderstorms were ex perienced, which will mean that dams and tanks have been re plenished. Th9 heaviest falls re ported here were 1.79 at James town, 1.47 at Eurelia, 1.46 at Brink worth, 1.40 at Peterborough, 1.30 at Yarcowie, Booleroo Centre being the lowest of this district with 51 points. Peterborough:-The long dry 8pell was broken up on Tuesday, when a hdavy th...

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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

CHAPTER IX., r^S^r ZJ ace. and it eeemefi to, a second wasfafco be lost. "Bis gtauncb, : .heart sank as he glared vainly about Mm in search . of some place ©f. *®~ |fuge. ~ ; 'A Cossack "had been overcome by jtbe wolves. . His rifle, lay ten feet flvray. "Aiesis made a dasli for -Jt, and hutching !± «miy by tte -Jrairel, be feprans; back to Helen's side,-snatched , fthe still senseless girl in bis arms, and ran towards the covered. sledge As -he drew near he saw that - the fcorsies bad broken loose from-the tra ces and flei. 'The : leather curtains jvrere buttoned tightly, over the rear ' and sides of the vehicle. He hurried to the front end and tossed bis bur den lightly over the. seat. . Mounting upon tbe fore wheels he climbed into the interior. Helea had landed on a pile of straw directly " behind the ieat. Her consciousness began tore turn. "-Courage, Helen !" cried Alexis. ' 'I jTvJl - save ypu-/\;, J The rjfle be; bad picked up was a re j eater. Heg&iriied jthe muzzle...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Yongala. May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. Yongala. May 7th. : On Monday evening Mr. L. W. Yemm , and his concert party of returned soldiers gave an entertainment in the Institute - Hall, in aid of the Cheer-up funds. The '. attendance was good and £24 vat netted. Last night Mr. Piggott was billed to speak in the Institute Hall, on prohibi ttion, but the meeting was postponed owing to the heavy rains and (or-the present this place is declared wet. . *

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(copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

f * r - '» ' aairapAY GRAYDON, Author of "Vera Shamarin,'* "The ' House of Grfanott," &c. - » I»A11T 6. V He was silent for a little while, and hie' scarred '^features worked convjil- ? vsively:' Alexis glanced with mingled admiration and repulsion: at his mas sive and powerful limbs--at the stur dy legs -which had tramped thousands ol miles, to and fro across Siberia. .The conversation was not resumed, - (since one or the Cossacks had sta tioned himself alongside the .file, and was so close, that Alexis could have toadied him toy Teaching out his arm. * For three or four hours the weary hand groped "their way along. It was l®ow quite dark. The encircling forest vstoocl dimly out. from - the swirling snowflakes. Progress was painfully slow. The advance guard of Cos sacks, as they groped their way for ward in a compact mass, failed to note a fork in the road and a granite column, whose inscription was oblit erated by the darkness. They blindly pursued the turning to the left,...

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Our Carrieton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

Our Carrieton. Letter. .a The long looked for rain, -which has caused so many strained necks in the neighbourhood through studying thai heavens and clouds for its appearance, has at last descended to the huge amount of 18 points. The most annoying part about it, being that it fell in the night when all good citizens were in slumber land and the residents missed the pleas ure of seeing the downpour. Rain being so scarce in these parts, its appearance and music on the house tops is more ap preciated by the majority than the musia from many so called brass bands, which are heard from time to time.,- .. Sheep farmers and owners of poultry are experiencing very trying times at present, owing to Mr. Heynard paying nocturnal visits to the paddocks and poultry pens, and playing havoc amongst the sheep and poultry. Like many human beings, Reynard shows a marked amiability towards turkeys and the keep ers of these Are watching with feelings of regret and disappointment, the nightly disappeara...

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PROVINCIAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

PROVINCIAL PRESS ASSOCIA TION. r The annual meeting of members of the Provincial Press Association of South Australia was held at the boardroom, Chamber of Manufactures, Pirie Street, Adelaide, on Saturday^ May 3. The President' (Mr. C. M. R Pumas, Mount JBarker-) was jij the chair. The report," presented by the secretary (Mr. C. B. O'Reilly, Mait land) extended congratulations to Lieut. Edwards, of Port Augusta, on his safe return to Australia after a long period of trial as a--prisoner of war in Germany. Reference was Jnade to the great success which marked the holding of tnt Australasian con ference in Adelaide in October, ^1918, and_ to the fact that the South Aus tralian. Association was honoured in that its "President (Mr. Dumas) "was elected to the^Australasian presiden tial chair. Two additions to the^niem bership were recorded, stnd a third was in sight, which would leave only two country newspapers in South Australia outside the association. The final decision of the Deput...

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PORT AUGUSTA AND FLINDERS JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 9 May 1919

PORT AUGUSTA AND fLXNOERS : JOCKEY CLUB. A committee meeting of the Fort Augusta and Flinders Jockey Club was held at the Hotel Flinders -on .May 2. Mr. N. A. Richardson ©ccu . fried ;tbe chair. Officers elected: Stewards, Messrs. . J. Hogan (chair man" of stipendiary stewards), A. C. HirsiJvH. Gain ike, W. G. Piyor, W. R. Thompson, and J. Paxton; judge, Mr. J. E. Pick; starter, Mr. J. McCor zaack; clerk of scales, Mr. T. Hallo; clerk .of course, Mr. A. Holtham; timekeeper, Mr. S, A. Wills; course comtuittee, Messrs. S. A. Wills, J. G. Scharenberg, M, J. Clery, O J Young, F Christoplrersen, and T. Davies; ~ joint secretaries, Messr$. H. Sander son and H. L Aldersey. The follow ing programme was arranged First Day-First Handicap Hurdlei, 50 60V.; Mortlock Stakes, 30 soys.; Tenant Cup, 100 so vs.; Jumpers' Han dicap Flat Race, 25 sovs.; Trial Stakes, 25 sovs.; Flying Handicap, 30 sovs.; and Welter Handicap, 30 sovs. . Second Day - Second Handicap Hurdles, 40 sovs.; Young Stakes, 30 -s...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

CHAPTER X. The close of April witnessed the melting of Siberian snowdrifts and the breaking up of the ice-bound Neva. While the convict bands to whieb Helen and Alexis belonged were , tramping on through May and June towards their widely-separated des tinations, enducing untold hardships, vividly contrasting scenes were tak ing place in the imperial city of St. Petersburg. The Czar and his Court were at Peterhof. The nobles and wealthy merchants hovered between their villas and the Gulf of Finland and their dearly-loved clubs in town. The stirring events of February bad been forgotten, except by a few- A Eflf man -reigned jn the place of ^In spector Stunaroff. Paul DaresoB and the assassin of the police spy Bul garia were still at large. The police were of the opinion that they had escaped across the frostier. General Armfeldt, bent and hag gard, could occasionally be seen tot- . tering - between his lonely mansion and the qu&ye, attended by & faith ful savant. He ha...

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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

THECZAR. ism ? V . f*1 . By WELLlAM MURRAY GRAYBON, Author of "Vera Shamarin," "Tb» House -ol Orfanoff," Ac. - . . PABT-7. As en advanced in; the ~ darkness would have, courted certain ettkck frotn the wolves,;preparation8 jvere made to spend the. remainder of /the nightonthegrpuid. The Yeheseisk party were separated from the others and marched forward "a distance' ol fifty "yards. Horses were harnessed to the covered Pledge/ and, ? with' a bit ter paag,. Alexia saw it vanish amid thestrfiigof carts. The "fire was left ; jn possession of the Irkutsk party, and' fresfi ones were "built by the strangers. - / ? ? lie convicts .. were huddledround tfceVblase'ln dismal groupB. ' Some - stretched themselves in the snow and tried' "vainfily 'to1 sleep. little won derthat^ione <*>iild close tfeeir.eyes. Here and there lay bleeding and. man gled wretches vwhosewotonds h&dbeen clumsily bandaged by -the Cossacks. Their groans md cries mingled with : the baying of wolves, ...

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Eurelia [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

Eurelia ' We are plMped .to Teport a splen-< *414 ram tlirpiii^^pI'wjMk, measuring , ? lijr^to over riwJ) iijirhes. In "some pri- . -vate .gauges near' the' htHsovertkree ; indies were ireglster^d.; This should <"*; ;'put ;tlie sail ingoodheart, besides allowinjg the Jarniers to pu^h onwith. V ytljeseedtng, a» jhis was Jjeing done V; With %reat ? o^irig'to.:the hardness oiine grciujtidl? --£->The-advertised Cheer Up ^concert"" . .for last Tuesday night had to'be. post- . foiled; oWi tig to i nclem^t^ather^l t ^^4vas".4^id,;''-^jh' /the- vfplilo^nSK^i^*^ -short '-notice 4he .<p£rformers have J* -"the, ti!5n£B-.?;-' f6How$4 Jiypl'l! [ few being supplied by .-meiiibers ;of, the concert party. The M.C.'s weft Messrs. S. B. "Manning andj. J. Hamilton. The ad-' mirers of Terpsichore were not Xoo well pleased with the floor on this special occasion., as owing to the rain heating under the door the going was very heavy near, .-th^ screen. The writer also*...

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Our Carrieton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

Our Carrieton Letter. . We are very sorry to have to con tradict any other correspondents, but our correspondent, on interviewing ilr. Dennis Cahill re taking charge of the Eurelia Hotel, was told by-that gentleman that it was a misstatement of facts, as it is his brother who has taken over the business, and Mr. D. Cahill has no intention <jf leaving the Carrieton "Hotel, for some time to come. (Someone has mixed the medi cine. 'Mr.'Holland still rerriains'at the Hotel. See advt.-Ed.). 'Heavy rains have fallen during the week, and all signs of strained necks .have disappearetl^sltogether. As re ported last week, the 18 points effect ed- a mild cure, but now, thank$ to a deluge, all traces of the malady .are . gone. - There have been no points . since last reporting, which has chang ed the countenances of most of the farmers and graziers here. bince- the worthy lathers issued a , ? decree that action would be taken against all who did not move in the destruction of "underg...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Black Rock Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. Black Rock tetter. Black Rock soldiers' eommittete ;bu'sy agaift; hope to welcome home "three of our soldiers': at an early /date. The secretary has ' quite recovered from heartjspasms ^.nd thanks the editor^ for kindly mentioning the fact in last in last week's issne. Mr. Sandford, Who recently ? purchased a farmin'the district, has arrived with his wife and family. We welcome them, and trust their stay will be a prosper ous and happy one. x Mrs. E. S. Hutchehs and fam ily have removed to Orroroo.. They wiii be missed from B.R. We wish them success in there new home. . Pte. A. hi Weston returned home last week, atier four years active service., We are pleased to see.him looking so well, and wish him good luck, as he settles down 'in ciyi lian life again. Two of Pte. Weston's brothers paid the supreme.sacrifice. ; Splendid rains have fallen here, r-over 1 j inches being recorded. Farmers smiles have widened in to a broard grin of satisfaction, and they Are breaking up...

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Peterborough Band and Footballers to visit Orroroo. —Tuesday, 3rd June.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

Peterborough Band and Footballers to visit Orroroo. -Tuesday, 3rd June.- " Arrangements are being made for a visit to Orroroo of the Peter borough Federal Batfd and Ram blers Football Club on Tuesday, 3rd June (King's Birthday). The band officials have been in com munication with Mr. J. T. Gray, secretaryof the Orroroo Hospital, who replied to the effect that he thought the idea would meet with much support. It is proposed that the footballers play a match against the Orroroo Football Club during the afternoon, and that the Federal Band and Concert Party give an entertainment in the Institute at night, to be fol lowed by a dance; proceeds of which will be equally divided be tween the Hospital and Band. A special train will be chartered by the Ramblers Football Club, and .should carry>a large number of supporters. On their last visit to Orroroo, the Federal Band met with liberal support, and as a rjBsult of their efforts the whole of the profits (about £24) was handed to the Orror...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

ISiTftENGTO I AND HPW TO GAIfJ if. JKSTEAD OF EXERCISES, PAT-. 15NT FOODS A"ND MEDICINES. .TAKE PHOSPHATE WITH YOUR > .- . MEALS." . . .;-1 The" demand tb-day is for men ' and \ ^Mtoinen who are-strong in eyery seijse jof th'e word--possessingthe physical '"strength necessary to endure hard ships and fatigue; ihe mental strength ;td grapple '?.with difficult problems"; tiie riek^vous. force' which endows the body"-with vigour and/vitality* the will *sp9we'rr to triumph over adversity, and ; itdrn, .defeat^into victory. ;But .such ^Tgiprious'' -strength '/is impossible sr ?fqng -ais your nerves are weak .and ex- . Jiaust'ed^ aijd. therefore if ?, you. would. *w- r^aily '^trorig you "must first Care' '.'Mr your nerves. "Weak.exhausted nerves need food,. : been ipmy;, xf^od" felem'ent they'v'cin' -.or viyll J}yipv£d in numberless case? rthatthe \ vajftorto ? readily; arid -naturally. *s ptios plfeteriiVthewSll-jto . inost jchfemigts stock J if;: y<|u 'ffe'djyourssiiength^...

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DEFINITION OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

DEFINITION "OF LOVE. A little sighing, a little crying, a littlci dying, and a great deal of lying. He came to teach her Aritmetic, hQ - said it was his mission; He kissed her once,, he kissed her twice, and said, _ "Now .that's addi tion;" . - She" kissed him once, she kissed him twice, he said, ^*Now that's subs truction;" - Then. Fa ckhie in and kicked poor Freddy five , streets further on, and said, "Now that's Long Division."

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The Editor's Notebook. Australia-Victorial [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

lite Editor's Notebook. Australia-Victoria] " . . Probably rioV greater-farce. stands,on " our Statute Books than the creation ..of a-Commonwealth in.. Australia: We are . a federate country, in name only:- . And the Commonwealth of Australia seems _ to be .purely; Sydney aiid Melbourne, and .the interests of ttie Cptntnonivealtli, the interests of ^Melbourne and Victoria - generallyIt'would be a real- live step in our/history ;if;. we. could- declare an '.. open seasjon ton. politicians and State . .governors, "and Jjeijin again, and above all, give us one iig mart, of- the Lord --Reading type^'^hd 'could"mould .our national -asjtfratioiis-dn'a -Sfeari course", remove our capital city imt of the eas- * iern .centres, and in ">he clear air-, of ~'Canberra probably, a goodxieal of sin gle state interest would fall out of the' . '-business*i: NPea^e? - - The four and a half years of war have been peaceful,-: compared; to the - wrangling ovef-peace negotiations. The ..lirst chapter ...

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ANGUS DIDN'T THROW IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 16 May 1919

ANGUS DIDN'T THROW IT. A good angling story is told _pf a couple of New Yorkers, answering to the nanles of Angus and Wiltie, who were sea fishing from a small l>oat in Sheepshead Bay. While busy with their lines a sud den squall nearly upset the boat, but the worst that happened was that the principal item of luggage went^over-" board, and it "being about three-^uar . ters fall, and 'tightly corked, Angus. went after it." ,.jy In getting back to the boat,' how ever, Angus encountered a j^fbng' cross current, and after'stragg^inif'In vain to reach Ttfried, "Man, Wulfie, 1 canna' maJtie it" "Never ye beed, Angus," responded Wullie, "jus* throw it." Angus, "after swallowing about7 a <juart of salt water, whileJ^e told Wfl4 lie what he thought of Jiitn, was reS : sued. Hx>wth^r felt^owards onean othernnay be. guessed "tr<bm the fact* that ; svhen ihey - i reached Shore . the bottle was Still tightly ^corked. Twinkle,-twinlde, 3it*e xttrJ ?Now I see youiasyou...

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