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SHORT TIME ON RAILWAYS. A BIG MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

SHORT TIME ON RAILWAYS. A BIG MEETING. A largely attended public meet ing was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday night to consider the " Short Time " on the Railways. The Mayor (S. D. Jones) presid ed. Messrs. Buxton, O'Halloran, and Jenkins, Members for the District, were present. jThe May or xefeired to the signing of the Peace Treaty, and then at length gave a resume of short time that has been worked at this town. Mr. H. C. Pritchard and Mr. J. Wright spoke on behalf of the Railway employees, and urged that it was impossible for a man to live on 7/6 a day, and they favoured that the employees should be allowed to take their long leaVe service, and the other employees their annual holidays for this year, which are now due. This would tide over two months. Cr. A. Jamieson, as a business man, favoured the idea, as from his experience when the railw; y men suffered the business men suffered too, and whenever a re duction was made in the railways Peterborough was always the first to ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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FROM NATURE'S BOOK. A DOG TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

FROM NATURE'S BOOK. ^ A DOG TALE. Mr. Thomas Jones, who ov.-ns a targe ranche on San Juan Island, according to a writer in the "Sun day Magazine," lost a collie dog last autumn for nearly a month, and for several days searched the woods without success. One day,, when kill ing a sheep, he tossed a hone to another collie. Instead of gnawing it, the creature picked it up and started for the woods. He kept turning his head, apparently to see if he was followed, and Jones con cluded to follow him. The dog trotted along for a mile, and stopped at the edge of an aban doned well. He dropped the bone over the edge of the well. Jones got a ladder, climbed down, and found the dog that had been lost. There was only about two inches of water in the well, but the animal would have starved to death had it not been for the other. The lost dog was in good condition, bo well had its friend kept it supplied with food.

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MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. At the weekly meeting'of the above Dr. A. Goode reported that Mr. John Cochrane had made a gift to the hos pital of four acres of ground on the site selected by Dr. Goode. A reso lution conveying the thanks of the committee (which represents the citi zens) to Mr. Cochrane was carried by acclamation. Progress was- reported. The meeting of ladies convened -by the Mayoress was not, well attended, however. All those present promised. ..to do their best in canvassing the town . for regular: subscriptions.. It was decided to have two days for. the hospital effort-Friday, August 15, and Saturday, August 36. The pro gramme for the Friday is to be a fair, to-be opened by the Chief Secretary (Hon.' J. G. Bice);-the members of the Legislature are to be invited, also a'great number of/prominent gentle men of the district. Special .trains will -be arranged for, if possible. Oa the Saturday there is to be a grand pageant, with afootball match oh the show grounds durin...

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A WILY PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

A WILY PARSON. "The Merry Past," a hook just published, abounds in good stories. Here is one of a fox-hunting parson : The Rev. Mr. Wright, who had t living in thet west of England, re fused to read the Athanasian Greedy though repeatedly desired to do so by his parishioners. They complain ed to the bishop, who ordered it to be read. The Creed in question is appointed to "be said or sung, and Mr. Wright accordingly on the fol lowing Sunday thus addressed the congregation : "Nest follows Athanasius's Crefd either to be said or sung,: and with Heaven's leave I'll sing it. Now clerk,, mind what you're about !" After this they both struck up, and sang it with great glee to a fox hunting tune, which, having previous ly been practiced, was well perform ed. The scandalised parishioners Bobby : "Papa, what is classical music ?" Fond Parent : "Classical music, Bobby, is music that you never heard before and never want to hear again." _ Organ-grinders in Verviere, Belgiuir must keep their ins...

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COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held June 21. Present: Crs. G. L. Ferguson, E. £>ar ragh, C. H. Myers. H. Davies, P. Mc Elister, and H. W. Rasmus. In the absence of the chairman (Cr. E. O'Brien), who sent an apology. Cr. H. W. Rasmus was voted to occupy the chair pro tem. Minutes of last pre vious meeting were read and con firmed. Correspondence- From secretary for Lands re application for permis sion to transfer perpetual lease No. 7474 held by A. Clapp, section 89.and 98, Hundred of Gumbowie; also per petual lease No. 10144, section 42, Gumbowie; also right of purchase lease No. 4201. sections G3 and 64, Hundred of Hardy. From same ack nowledging receipt of £19 1(5/ on ac count of loans under the Vermin Act. From Local Government Department advising the payment of £6 19/10 for the destruction of vermin on pro claimed area. Hundred of Nackara. From same, that the works to be car ried out by council with Common wealth gift of £240 must be enumerat ed and forwardfcd to th...

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HOW TO LIVE LONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

HOW TO LIVE LONG. An eminent medico has formulated the following nineteen rules for pro longing life to one hundred years. 1. Eight hours' sleep. 2. Sleep on your right side. 3. Keep your bedroom window open all night. 4. Have a mat to your bedroom door. j Do not have your hertr.t-ad apainst the wail. C. No cold tub in the morning, but a bath at the temperature of th< body. 7. Exercise before breakfast. 8. Kat little meat, an. I see that it is well cooked. 9. For adults. Drink no milk. 10. Eat plenty of fat. to feed the cells which destroy the disease germs. 11. Avoid intoxicants, which des troy these cells. 12. Daily exercise in the open air. 13. Allow no pet anirr.ais in your living room. They are apt to carry about disease germs. 14. Live in the country if yon can. 15. Watch the three 1)'s-drinking water, damp, and drains. 16. Have a change of occupation. 17. Take frequent and short holi days. 18. Limit your ambition*; and .9. Keep your temper.

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ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthlv meeting held on June 23. 1'resent: Cr., Toop (chairman), Crs. liobertson. Haynes. Neylan, Orrock, Copley. Keats, and McNamara. Applications received to be placed on the assessment: A. Baldwin as oc c.-.nier of 34 and 34a. Walloway. Ad vice re changes of ownership received from Lands Titles Office: Annie Cres wick as owner of :: and 3a irrigation blocks; Francos Henry and James Kennv as owners of *>2. 5J, 5fiw, 5»w, Hundred of Pekina; T. G. A. Haynes owner of lot 122, Orroroo town ship: G. B. A. Paech as owner ol lot 114. 115, 115, Orroroo township; Ar thur Brook and Alfred Cottrell, block ..ii-t. Hundred of Black Rock; J. W. Shackleford as owner 6?., and others trskine; Esther Mary Shell as owner .j'.ut. Hundred of Coomooroo; Annie Miicdonald as owner of 2S5 Hun dred of Walloway: William Macdon a!<l as owner of 268. Hundred of \\ al: lovav- Frank Harding as owner ol closed road. Hundred of Pekina-ap proved. r T C Correspondence-From Mr...

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OJIB'S HOME GOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

OJIB'S HOME GOING. t 1 ' The long Arctic night was dra-.ving t-o a close. After sip months of "? darkness the rubicund? face of Old Sol peeped shyly over the edge of the glacier and wished the frozen north a cherry good morning. It was a glorious sight, but Mr Ojibiwosky heeded it not. He v.-a? just" returning from a night at tho Eskimo' club and his mind v.af; troubled. He had forgotten his latchkey. Alas for Mr. Ojibiwosky ! He knew she was a light sleeper Frequently she had awakened aftei having slept only three weeks merely at th? sound of the icebergs crush ing some intrepid est Iorer's ship in ? the floes. He re membered this as bis none too steady footfalls' crun.hcd through the snow. She heard him as he was trying to get in through the servant's entrance in the area way and stuck her head out* of the upper window. "Is that you, Ojib iwosUy ?" she demanded, Mr. Ojibiwosky was forced to ad mit that it was. "This is a fine time to come home," she exclaimed. "What time is it ?" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

4 YonrBattery Batteries, like engines, need attention. Constant use often causes some little, defect, which will grow into a seri ous fault if not attended to early^ - Let us overhaul your battery. Our experience, knowledge, and skill is ready to make your battery 100 per cent, correct. New Willard Batteries are taken care of by us for 90 days, providing we do the initial charging. Write now for Willard Bat tery Service, or call at near est Willard Service Staton or Garage. Have your battery seen to "to-day. SMITH &~D0VE, Ltd., WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION, 125 Pine Street, Adelaide. ASK FOR Adelaide Meat Store Small Goods. OBTAINABLE IN ALL COUNTRY TOWNS. GOODS PACKED FRESH DAILY. Address S3 CURRIE ST., ADELAIDE. Consign your CREAM to thi Orroroo Butter. Factory MVRPilY, FRGMEN & CO. LIMITED Proprietor®. W. BIRREL, Manager. Highest Prices, Prompt Returns, Save freights Save Wear aid Tear of Cans. We p&staenze all Cream, and Or reroo Bntter tops die Market...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

t FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. : -Insurance - Company, Ltd. : A purely Australasian Company, authorised capital, £8,000,000. Every description of-JPropertv. in vading HAYSTACKS and GROW ING? .CROPS, insuredat Lowest Current: Sates. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra Premium. Employer*, 'pro rected against their liability for accents to their workmen.* ' Lowest 'Rata, - i Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. . w-tirjj S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. ' W. A. HUGHES; Manager. t Agent at Peterborough- . R. HEITHERSAY. *6*""' The »r Herbal Ointment for CATARRH, PILES - BURNS. COUGHS, LVE COLDS. Etc. Price, 1/6. All Chemistsand Stores or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVS MANUFACTURING CO., 13 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN. NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, ""Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc.; Best . Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. sexy Stock of ever...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

Religious bervloes. Catholic.-Holv Mass, 8 and ]1 Petersburg, and 8 and 10.30 Ytin gala. Usual evening devotions 7 Petersburg. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Preach er-Rev. S. powering.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

DEATH. BENNETT-On Sunday, June 29, ;it Jamestown Hospital, of pneumonia, James Staer Bennett, eldest beloved son 01" W. H. (Dick) and E. B. Ben nett, of Peterborough; aged 15i years. "Thy Will Be Done." THANKS. Air. and Mrs. W. H. Bennett and Family, and Mr. F. C. and Miss Staer and Mrs. B. and Mies Bennett, desire to return Thanks for kind nesses. assistance, personal messages, visits, flora! tributes, letters and tele grams of condolence in their recent sad bereavement: especial!}7 thanking Rev. Fr. Ryan. Dr. Goode. Nurse Hoile. Mrs. Jos. Tonkin, Mrs. E. Jephcott, Mrs. M. A. Phelan. Miss "Maggie Willis. Mr. A. T. Pink, Dr. Ailken, the Matron and Staff of the laniestown Hospital, and Mrs. Arthur Lee. THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. M. Chadwick desire 10 thank Mr. \V. Gluvas, who ren dered first aid, and Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, of Silver Street, for assistance in accident to Mr. Chadwick.

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FROM LINER TO SEAPLANE CARRIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

FROM LINER TO SEAPLANE CARRIER. Many a strange vessel sailed the seas under the' British flag between 3914 and 1919, but few stranger than. H.M. Seaplane-carrying Ship Argus. With a level platform extending from the bow to the stern, she loo*ked like a portion of a dock wall-which had floated out to sea. The" absence of funnels, masts, and the usual pictur esque upper works combined with "dazzle" painting of the hull (for the purposes of concealment) to render her anything like ,a thing, of beauty, but from the ? engineering point of view she was a joy for ever. She began existence as a first-class pas senger and cargo'steamer, but before her . hull was .finished the war broke ?out, and the Admiralty decided - to finish her as a seaplane carrier. The shelter deck-was transformed into a hangar, with-''the- workshops; and ' above it'was erected the flying deck from whidr the -plaBe%>.could rise arid oh which they, could land. Elaborate experiments. Wereinade.. to discover ? the str...

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HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

HAWKER DISTRICT COUTNCIL. June 25, 1919. Present: Crs. Woods (chairman), Clarke, Gillick, and Hill. It was decided that daymen's wages be increased to 10/ per day. W. R. Finch to have permission to fence in the reserve asked for, on the usual conditions.' Tenders accepted: Cont. No. 38, G. Canley, 67/6 per chain; 22, P. Mclnnis, 60/ per chain; 23, M. Buckley, 67/6 chain; 24, N. Canny, £6 lump sum; 25, J. F. Reynolds, £9. lump sum; 26,' j. \V. Callary, 60/ chain. Contracts 19, 20, 21 withdrawn. Works ordered: Ten chains forming and gra velling-,'Yednalue Road; 10 chains re coating;, "Warcowie Road. Payments: Government grants/account, £223; District account, £116.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

OBITUARY. . It is with deep regret that we chronicle the "death of Master James. SV (Jim) Bennett, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bennett, of the "Times" Office, Peterborough, which " "sad event took place in \the James town Hospital on Sunday morning last. A fortnight previously deceased contracted influenza, and four days later pneumonia set in, and his medi cal adviser, Dr. Goode, ordered his removal to' the Jamestown Hospital, but. he never regained consciousness, and passed away at S .a.m. on Sunday. He was.lni .years of age and a native of Peterborough; he was educated at S. Josepii's Convent School, complet ing his .studies at the Christian Bro thers' College in December last, when he joined the staff of the "Times" Office, 'where his genial and gentle manly disposition won for him. the ad miration of his fellow employees and those with whom he became' associ ated. The body was brought to St. Anacletus Church on Monday, where the Rev. Father Ryan conducted a short service.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

STOP IT NOW. If you have a pain your back, if you have a lame back, or an aching- back, stop it now. For remember that-back ache is indicative of kidney disorders. It is a spy placed there by Nature to warn you that your kidneys need help. Don't neglect th£ .warning, for it may be too late if you put it off. You ;ask how to stop it? .Well, let this man tel! you.. Mr. F. Kluge, Sixth Street, Quorn, says"I. suffered ? from backache and kidney trouble ... for some time, 'but after. tny experience with Doan's Backache Kidney pills ! am sure no <Sne nieed suffe^ friom those trying ail ments. I only vwisVl had heard of this grind remedy months before; . I . should have been saved a lot of' suf fering. ^iriejSy,; my .case is as fol lows. I was subject to severe pains in" iriy. back, which, at times were un bearable, and compelled mevto lie lip. .if! I stooped, a icruel pairi-"used to "stfikemea^ kidneys/andit, Jwas a§ much'as I could do to stand up ? .straighta^iftThekidneysecre...

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HOSPITAL FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

HOSPITAL FOOTBALL. The team which visited, the city on the holiday played the next best 18 from ihe Association on Saturday, the proceeds being handed to the hospi tal funds, which will benefit to the extent of £5' 17/7. A splendid game was witnessed by the large gathering: of spectators, and both teams gave a really good exhibition, despite the bad weather. .(The final scores were: Adelaide team, goals 10 behinds: next best, 2 'goals 7 behinds. Mr. Bert Williams had charge of the game as central -umpire, and gave an excel lent .exhibition.

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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

WELCOME HOME. At the Baptist Lecture Hall 011 Monday night a. welcome home was driven to several returned soldiers. Rev. S. -Botoering presided over a large attendance. The soldiers wel comed were:-Lance-Cpls. L. M. Brandt, T. Prisk, S. S. Swift, S. G. Golding, Privates H. G. Taylor, E. Fisher, W. Footer, S. Abbott. J. Pa^e, and H. Vawser. The chairman ex tended a hearty welcome home to them, and trusted that they all would take up their church work again. He was pleased to see all of them look ing so well. Other speakers were the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones). Mr. L. J. Bills (President Northern Baptist As sociation), Mr. W. Sack (Superinten dent Sunday School). Mr. F. H. Frith (conductor of the choir), and Messrs. J. \V. Bowering and A. Jamieson (deacons of the church). Messrs. Vaw?er. Golding. Fisher, and Prisk responded for the guests. Mrs. H. M. Pascoe. Miss C. Frith, and Messrs. G. Stewart and J*. \V. Bowering con tributed musical items. Supper was provided 'bv the lady members of t...

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NORTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB ACCEPTANCES. TO-MORROW—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

.. NQSTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB ACCEPTANCES. -TO-MORROW-SATURDAY. Splendid acceptances and entries have * been received for the races to be de cided at the Peterborough races, there ;? being- 22 acceptors in the -Handicap. ;tbe" smallest 1)Hhg>'l:4' iri'the Hurdles; inclu ding a large number of metropolitan horses. The course is in splendid con dition, and as there is a likelihood of the usual train service, there should be a splendid attendance. A good day's racing is assured. The acceptances,' entries, and selections are as follows: Handicap Hurdle Race, two miles. -Grace Watson, »10st. lllb.; Pinballie, 10.10; Muttawarrah, 10.5; tocliiel, .?,10.4; Andy Donald, 10.3; Arktos. 10.2; Tot Melba, 9.11; Epictetus, 9.7; Child wick, 9.6; Yandiah, 9.4;. Pyramidic, 9; Tinboy, 9; Dextral, 9; Sunny More, 9. ANDY DOXALD or EPICTETUS. Junction Handicap, five furlongs. Anton Belle, 9.5; Queenbrook, 8.10; Killarney Rose, 8.8; Field Glass, 8.7; Ethel M., 8.3; Battle Queen, 8; Dell Rose, 7.13; Bonn...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING FIXTURES FOR 1919. July. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 4 July 1919

?SPORTING NOT CS. RACING FIXTURES FOR 1919. -July- ' 5.-North-Eastern Jockey Club : 26.-South Australian Tattersalls" Club : -August- ? r" 2.-<Jawlet. Jockey Club, Limite'. 9r-Kadina and Wallaroo Jockey Club. " 16, 23.-Adelajcie Racing C!ub,Li >iited. : 30.-South Australian -? TattersaH s"; Club. ?: -September.- v 3.-Mount Gairibier-feeingrQu:i. 13.--Port Adelaide Racing Club: ~ I7--Jlouiit Gambier Hunt Qub. 20.'-Jturray Bridge Racing" Qub. , . 24.^rP6r±" Pirie Racing Club, Limited. . 27.-Adelaide H font Club. '

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