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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. (From- Our Own Correspondents). Owing to the reduced mail ser vice our country letters ?are reach ing us too late to forward to our linotypers. Will correspondents kindly note this'and address their letters to ' Times,' Peterborough, by Tuesday's mail at latest.

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YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting, held June 28,1919. Present: Crs. D. T. Robinson, Jamie soh, McKeough. Terr, Cram, and District Clerk (.Mr. F, H. Bormann). The Clerkv apologized for the absence of the> chairman, and Cr. Janiieson was voted to the chair. minutes of previ ous meeting read and confirmed. The Returning Oliicer reported the following nominations having been received- Yongala Ward, Mr. P. J. Kerin; Mannaiiarie Ward, Mr. D. T. Robinson; for auditor,'Mt. P. Gleeson, all of whofn had been declared duly elected unopposed. . There being 110 nominations for "Morgan Ward, a sup plementary election was -arranged for July 1<) (nominations due on July 12), and Mr. T.*H.; Bormann"fcas appointed returning officer to conduct the elec tion. The 'Clerk's finance, report showed receipts £21 1 «/5. The pay-sheets, as read, were passed for payment; Dis trict fund. £225 13/10: Government Grants account, £169 lilt. The following tenders were accept ed:-Contract No. 31...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

ORROROO MARKET. FRIDAY, JULY 18th, at 12.30. ^ 1290 SHEEP. , 1*2. CATTLE. HORSES, PIGS,^and SUNDRIES. , lakes & Iswis, LIMITED. will offer by auction, as above 100 'Prime and Weighty Wethers, splendidly woolled; 100 Fat 2-tooth Wethers, well woolled; 300 Hoggets, mixed sexes; 234 Ewe Hoggfts, ex ceptionally Well woolled; 10Q' woolled Wether Hoggetts; 5 0 \\ ether Hoggetts, well -woolled; 100 \\ ell Grown, Well Woolled Wether Hog eetts; 20 Merino Ewes; 20 Crossbred Ewes, lambs at foot; 266 Ev.es and Lambs, good order. . 8 Fat Cattle; 1 Fat Cow; 30 Fat Steers and Heifers, 12 months old; 50 Mixed Cattle, including \oung Cows, Poddies, etc.; 20 Steers, 18 months to 2 years; IS Heifers, lb months to 2 years; 5 Poddies; 1 Cow, 6,good Milking Cows, some springing; 3 ^Pm-'ebred Kelpie Pup. 1,800 gall. Tank, in perfect order. TERMS-Cash, less 1* per ceii: discount on purchases of £."50 or over; or approved bills to graziers at tliree months. Further entries invited. QUORN MARKET TUES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

/" FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDF.NT. Insurance Company, .Ltd. -A purely Australasian' Company, authorised ; capital, £3,000,000. ?v* Every description of Proper'v, in duding HAYSTACKS and WOW ING . CROPS,, insured at Lowest . Ciurtnt Rates. DAMAG1L BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra ' Premium. Employers protected against their liability for a<-<-ident» tt> their workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. 5.A. Branch-Grenfell Street W. A. HUGHES. Man.-iger. Agent at Peterkorougb R. HEITHERSAY. The ' QO Herbal Ointment for CATARRH, PILES BURNS; COUGHS COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/®. All Chemistsand Stores or direct from BULL DOS BRAND SALVE . . MANUFACTURING CO., 18 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, . - LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. 'High Quality Flower Seeds and fiulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths,posies, Bouquets, etc.; - Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur sery Stock o...

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The Times FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1319. Local and General News Hammond races are b°?kel .^J* July 16. the grounds of Mr. Thos. Cormack. S Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the'services will be as follows:-11, Martins; T, Evensong. Rev. n. Davidson. Peace Holiday.-A public and bank holidav has been declared on Satur day. July IS- to celebrate the signm^ of Peace. Do you own a dog. cow. gun. or other taxable article r If so, ilicrfs a Gentleman ill the district counti office who would be charmed to renew vonr acquaintance. Heavy Pyjama Suitings, very wide, 2/3, at Dobbie's. Hospital Dance.-The conveners of the sweets stall at the forthcoming Hospital Fair have arranged a dance for Thursday. July 24, in the Town Hall, in aid of their stall. A good lime is promised, and it is hoped that there will be a very large attendance so that the hospital funds will benefit. Full Time.-The railway employees started on full time again on Monday. A °reat number are taking out their loiuc service leave and their annual ...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

Religious services. Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 and 11 Pe terborough, and 10.30 Nackara. Usual evening devotions 7 Peterborough. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Preach er-Rev. S. Bowering.

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Football. The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

x: Football. The " Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. We have arranged to present a Gold Medal to the' most popular footballers playing in the North-Eastern Football , Association.. The public are asked to vote for tljieir favourite, and the "player secur ing the most votes will ^receive the Gold'Medal at the end of the season. The' Med^l will be suitably inscribed with the winner's name, etc. .The voting-"^ards are now oil sale, ; at id. .per votei' and the whole of the '.?irfpceeds will be ? handed over to the "hospital. . ® We' trust' the matter will: be" taken ' up enthusiastically by tlic various ? clubsj and that they.will vie with each other, in securing the medal for their favourite player. Ballot boxes will be placed on the football ground at each match, and also at Messrs. Brandt's. H. G. Tay lor's, E. Wells', and T. Clancey's hair dressing saloons. The voting will be published each week in "The Times," and we hope that the fotballers and their followers will lose no t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

SKIN IRRITATION. Keeps Thousands Awake. Makes Life a Misery. - Ever have any irritation of the skin?. There are many forms of it. Piles,, obstinate -to cure. Eczema, just as Sad and just as hard to cure. But Doan's Ointment is un-' equalled for every irritating- skin trouble. No irritation of the skin can resist its sothing, healing jnilu-. ence. Every reader of this article suffers or has at some time suffered with tormenting skinirritation, and it - may return at any; time. .Doan's Ointment will prove its worth. ' Read / this case: ; Mrs. G; W. Meadows,. Glogeau Street. Petersburg, . :says;^'Thirteeii. years ago I told-' you", that Doan's Ointment had cured my.granddaugh ^e'SbJe' >|o, 'Jsay^plw ;. lasted; she is still absolutely free of .Ais trying complaint. She- was very bad before jve jgot Doan's Ointment, and the imtation was terribly trying. Hbwever.iD,can's Ointment-altered all rthat 3th:rteen -years ago, and I 'advise all who trouble to SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI E...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

COURSING. The fixture arranged by the Eureka coursing club is drawing nearer, and we hear that the day's sport is going to be j^ood. The reduction of mail M_'rvice has made an alteration in the, c!'sins <>f nominations, which .vill be received up to 8 p.m. on Friday, July ]8. The draw will take place the same evening, and dog owners will he fully advised on the following morning. Several enthusiasts were <_mt on the grounds during the week, and reported haves galore. Walking c.ui be cut down to a minimum, and the country being in good heart, dogs will not be knocked about. Lun cheon will be served on the ground, and visitors will find it a day well spent. -

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RACE REFRESHMENT BOOTH. Fifty-one Pounds for the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

RACE REFRESHMENT BOOTH. Fifty-one Pounds for the Hospital. The enthusiastic president of the Hospital Committee (Dr. A. Goode) is leaving; no stone unturned to pro mote funds for the hospital, and ener getically secured the refreshment booth at Peterborough Races on Sat urday last, whereby £51 8/ was netted towards the funds. The various work ers are to be complimented upon the success of their efforts. Mr. james Mitchell did yeoman service with his collecting book, in which he secured £1S 13/ in cash, besides goods. Messrs. J. Hamlyn. C. Hall, and E. Shackelford ran their cars to and from the course for the conveyance of pas sengers, netting £o 7/; while Mrs. P. J. Hall (refreshment booth) and Mes dames Hamly and Donaldson (sweets and fruit) handed in £27 /8. The following is the list:--Collected by Mr. J. Mitchell, £18 13/: Mr. J. Hamlyn. £2 16/; Mr. C. Hall, £2 l/; Mr.-E. Shackelford. 10/; Mesdames P. !. HalL Hamlyn. and Donaldson,' £27 «/; total. £51 8/.

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NORTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB. Good Day's Outing. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

NORTH-EASTERN JOCKEY CLUB. Good Day's Outing. *' ? Officials - Patron, Mr. -R- A. Bome- president ^Mr. P. B Murphy; vice-presidents, Messrs. J- H tfenms ?''.'and'M. Leonard; judge,, Mr. J. L.ttck, - J3rter, Mr. J. K. Casey; hJ" v?P N~ MrLP;.Gopdie; clerk of scales. .'."McDonald:, assistant clerk of Mr. W. Howell; timekeeper, Mr. K. A. Schumann; clerk of cour|?' ^ " McCanh;" totalizator steward, iir. 1_ "W Goudie; scratching steward, Mr. LMMigafP<^an)Tpf and P. B. Murphy; secretary, Mr. D. Jones The annual winter .jf'f above eventuated on Saturda} last under perfect weather conditions, the day being all that could be desired. There was a good attendance, al though the poor railway arra^geTe^! kept a large number awaj Onl> on train could be arranged, and that car ried a large contingent of passengers i,from Quorn and stations en route . Being unable to arrange trams from , Port Pine and Cockburn interfered with the «ate takings. 1 he oncers ot the club are to be congratu...

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SPORTING NOTES. RACING FIXTURES FOR 1919. —July.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

?SPORTING N01.ES. J - RACING FIXTURES FOE 1919. ' -July--, . *' 12-Port Adelaide Racing^Glub. ?. *; 26 -South Aiistralian TattersaliS' Clab. -August.- ' '" ' . ... . 2.^^awler jockey Glub^'Liri)i".c 1. . 9 -Kadlna and Wallaroo JbcJc y Club. 16, 23.-Adelaide 'Racing Gub, limited. . 30.-South Australian Tattersal! i"' Club. ? -September. 3.-Mount Gambier Racing Ch^j. ' 13.-Port Adelaide Racing Cluh.' f" - t7-Mount . Gambier »Hunt QuX , 20.--Murray Bridge Racmg Ciufir 24.--Port Pirie Racing Club, Lili.rted. * 27.-Adelaide Hunt Club. » -J

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YONGALA. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

YONGALA. ' July 7. During the past week Sergeant S. Parker. Privates A. E. Bradtke, W. Miller, md T. W. Robinson returned to Yongsla after over three years' ser vice abroad. Private Pobinson was for nearly two years a prisoner of war in Germanj'. The returned, men were met at the railwa> station by a large number of residents, and given an en thusiastic welcome home. The Bracs and School Fife Bands rendered music and when the train arrived they play ed "Avild Lang Syne.*' "Home, Sweet Home,'" and. "For they arc jolly good fellows." The Rev. J. Gilding deliver ed addresses of welcome, and three cheers were given. On Friday evenir.g a Cheer-uo social was given to all the men recently returned, and twelve of them were present. Mr. P. .1. Kerin (chairman, District Council) presided. The Insiitute Hall was crowded. Speeches were delivered by .Rev. j. Gilding and Councillor R. M. Cram. Sergt. S barker and Pte. E. Williams responded on behalf of the soldiers. Musical items were rendered...

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MORGAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

MORGAN EAST. On Tuesday evening a welcome home was given to Corporals Ed jnunds and v^rale in the local school room, which was not large enough to seat the crowd who assembled to meet the heroes. f Mr. R. A. Bohme, president of the Peterborough Cheer-Ups, occupied the chair, and in welcoming the sol diers back voiced the gratitude of the Morgan East people for the services rendered to the empire by the two returned soldiers. Corpl. Edmunds-suitably responded and thanked Mr. I.ani> and the Mor gan East people for the great recep tion he and his comrade had received. The Chairman then presented, on behalf of the local residents, a gold medal, suitably inscribed, to each soldier.^ Musical items were given by Mrs. Lang, Miss Wehr. Miss McKeough, Miss Edmonds. Messrs. Hooper, T. Watkins, Brimmage, .-^.nkle. Gericke. E. Cooney A supper and dance con cluded a very enjoyable night.

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NOTHING SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

NOTHING SERIOUS. ~T~ It was a hot day. Jinks, who lias yarned a great reputation as a world wide traveller-chiefly on the strength of his travelling-bag, which is cover ed with foreign labels-came stroll ing into the dining-room, looking pro-'okingly cool, just in time for dinner. "Well, old chap, is it warm enough ' for you to-day ?" someone queried. "Warm? Where?" innocently ask ed Jinks, as a slight shiver ran swiftly along his spinal column and branched off from rib to rib. "Do you call this warm ?" he con tinued, satrically. "Why, I remem ber when I was away from home for a few weeks I got into a place where the scorching sun-rays actually used to raise large blisters on the blocks of ice which we had to sit upon to keep us from catching brain fever. All ! that was a warm place if you li'.e. The water in the river w^s bailing hot-the cattle in the fields i:r..»<l to walk about all browned over lu.e a smoked joint-even the old liens used to lay hard-boiled eggs and wh...

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CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

CARRIETON. June 25. A qii!.°t weddinjr was celebrated at Oirrieton Catholic Church on Wed nesday jsst, when Arthur McAvoy, of Hammond, was joined in the hoiy "bonds or matrimony to Mrs. Mary lilahoney, widow, of Mopckra. The nuptial lcnot was tied by Rev.- Father Kett. T-.»sht refreshments were in dulged in at the Carrietoa Hotel, and then the happy couple were morored buck to their future residence nfear Hanimond. * >. % Mr. and Mrs. Chcsteriield 'Have iour Tieyed to Jamestown, to . spend their week's 'Vacation. All-the sports have journeyed to . Quorn, thence to Port Augusta > to attend .the races . the"re. and we are informed some of them "have made a -small fortune at Qfiorn * "by following the old representative,' Chardor. The residents of the Hundred ; of Kurelia are dogged with misfortune. Spme twelve months ago -^hey inade a request- to (he Education Depart ment to have a school erected, but without success. Then the residents erected a school at their own expense, wit...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

INTERESTING ITEMS. 1 Horseflesh in Germany sometimes fetches 7d. a pound. About 10,0001b. of eiderdown is col lected annually in. Iceland. 7,0001b. being exported to foreign countries. Formerly the peasants nsed to re ceive over 21s. per pound for it, but t&e price has now fallen to half that .mount. Near the Bermudas the sea is ex tremely transparent, so that fisher men can readily see the. boras of lobsters protruding from their hid ingplaces in the rocks at a consider able depth. To entice the crusta ceans from their crannies they tie a lot of snails in a hall and dangle them in front of the cautious lob ster. The two eggs laid by a pigeon almost invariably produce male and female. Some curious experiments as to which of the eggs produces the male and which the female have re sulted in showing that the first egg laid is the female and the second the male. Xn Russia, when coffins are covered t?ith cloth, the colour of the cover teg is, to a certain extent, distinc tive, pi...

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EURELIA. June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 11 July 1919

EURELIA. June 2S. Weather critics arc still busy, a? it is very unsettled varying from exceptionally heavy frosts to still heavier fogs. endin« up with Scotch mist. This, does not seem to satisfy the fanners, wiio are anxiously await ing a heavy downpour to bring; alonif' the late-^own wheat. Mr. A. W. Read has returned from the coursing match with the satisfac tion that one of his dogs nearly turned up the winner. The mid-winter . school holidays being on, our school teacher, Miss A. Steele, is spending the vacation' with friends at Pamatta. Mr. Horace Read has taken a trip to Wasleys -and else where. Miss Mary Page has journey ed to the city, and Mrs Mace has also returned to her home there. Miss Winnie Clements. Adelaide High School, is spending the holidays at her home here. Mr. Thos. Holland has returned to his home, accompanied by is sons Mr. D. Holland, late A.I.F.. and Private John Holland. The football match on Saturday last turned O'it a great success for the Or roroo team...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

Written especially for Tk« Pet«r» feur* Time*" fey S>M«j»r B. A, Claries. CHAPTER 23. Tune 29 presented a strange sight on the left. All through the night, the Turkish Artillery bashed away, and and at daylight, Turks galore climbed quite leisurely out of their trenches and with all their equipment, blan kets, pots and pans, etc., -walked-over to occupy our trenches. Our infantry lay low, and even let some of the en emy get into the trenches before com ing in and opening up. So great was the awakening ot the Turkish Force that blankets ana pots were dropped in the mad rush for safety, and day light revealed over' 300 dead lying 'among their baggage. The event was considered a huge joke. The Turks must have thought that their eavy artillery fire had driven us back, whereas, on the contrary* not onc maTJ was wounded. All hands kept "well under cover, and appreciated the waste of good amiwunition. Csp~ tured Turks state that they were in formed that only 6,000 Australians held the p...

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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

CHAPTER XXI. The hours slipped rapidly by. Sot sikoff was a constant -winner, and bis good humour was further increased by frequent tumblers of vodka and hot water. Alexis and Pushkin played - as calmly as though they had not a. trouble in the world ; they laughed sni chatted, and made jokes. At ten o'clock , Sotnikofi's servant departed with the ostler, whose sleeping-room oyer the stables he was to share. The proprietor sat in the corner by the stove, stolidly smoking a pipe and watching the progress of the game. Alexis presently feigned drowsiness. He yawned and felinked bis eyes; now and then his head dropped forward on - Lis breast. ' "You are sleepy, my friends," ex claimed Captain Sotnikolf. " Little wonder, after the trying time you have had to-day. Well, we shall be all tliS better in the morning for a jood rest. Let us play ten minutes lenger." "Agreed," replied Alexis, as he stiufBed and~ dealt the cards. Just the* a sharp "creaking noise was heard overhead. The sound ap ...

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