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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. -fty '~W1LX.IA3C MURRAY GBAYBON, J .-*?Autlior of . "Vera. Shamarin," "The * House of Orfanoff," &c. . > .. PART 16. "It is a little St. Petersburg," re -plieidthe ^officer, wlio had the pride of .a bom Siberian, tor his native place. "You must stop oh your re turn journey, . To-night you will be my guest, and we will .bave a friend ly game of cards. In the morning I will drive you and. your orderly to Yeniseisk, No-don't remonstrate. I simply won't permit you to go off on loot ia such weather. It is useless to hunt your horses ;; they have been de Toured by wolves hours ago- I heard the brutes howling as I drove along. Besides, you will gain time by wait ing until morning. My horses art -good travellers.'' Alexis acquiesced with erery. indica tion of pleasure, and gratification, though inwardly he quailed at the danger of his position. He saw no escape now unless he and Pushkin could manage to slip away during the nisht. -Before Capt...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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PEACE DAY CELEBRATIONS. To-morrow's Programme. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

PEACE DAY CELEBRATIONS. To-morrow's Programme. Grand Procession, composed of Federal Band, Returned Soldiers. Light Horsemen. Citizen Forces, Ca dets, Boy Scouts, Girl Guides. Mayor and. Councillors, School Children, Tableaux. All citizens are requested to join in the march, and show their appreciation of the great blessing oi Peace. Sports and special attractions for children -will be provided at Victoria Park." " Afternoon tea provided; no .charge. Collections for Hospital Funds. During the evening a bonfire on Peace Hill. Special illuminations in Main Street. The Federal Band will play in the Reserve.

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FLOOD MATTERS AND WATER SUPPLY. The Hon. G. Ritchie Visits Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

FLOOD MATTERS AND WATER SUPPLY. The Hon. G, Ritchie Visits Peter borough. On Friday afternoon last the Hon. . G. Ritchie,. Commissioner of Public Works, paid his" first official visit to this town.- He was accompanied by Mr. G. F. Jenkins, M.P. The party were met at the Town Hall ,by the Mayor (Mr. S. D. -Jones), Councillors S. W. Dickson, J.- W. Bowering, A. Jamieson, and W. T. Footer. The Mayor extended a welcome to the Minister, who suitably replied. The visit was in connection with the purchase of the land and the improve ments thereon, in what is termed the flood area. The party were motored first to the saleyards, and shown the "Yankee dip," where the water is turned into the town. It was also pointed out to the Minister the need, as recommended by Mr. Furner, of his Department, <?f apeningv the rail way culvert near Malycha'srfor a fur- - ther.two chains. 4*'present the flood ' waters" from the hills run .down to this Culvert, which "is not wide enough to take the ...

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Dr. Goode Busy--- A Fine Effort. Another £40 for the Hospilal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

Dr. Goods Busy - A Fine Effort. Another £40 for the Hospilal. At the Town Hall last night a concert was given by the Boy Scouts and the Girl Guides, the proceed* going to the Hos pital Fund. The local members gave the fi st half, and gave a good performance. Tue second half was given by Mr. Morris and his Troupe of Boy Scouts from Adel aide. The attendance was large, about £45 being netted. The visiting Scoute were entertained at supper. The Presi dent of the local branch (Cr. A Jamieson) thanked Mr. Morris and the members of h s troup* for their valuable assistance. Cr. S. W. Dickson, the Mayor ( S. D. Jones), and Dr. Goode supported. Mr. Morris replied. A Danc.«s followed. The concert was under the direction of Scout muster T. Manuel, of Peterborough.

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Honouring Mr. Boucaut. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

Honouring Mr. Boucaut. At the conclusion of the Court busi ness, Mr. Hinde remarked that" Mr. H. Boucaut, after a residence of forty three years in the north', was leaving the district and going to reside in the city. The S.M. remarked that he re membered the time that Mr. Bocaut's brother, the late Sir J. Boucaut. prac tised in town, and. when Mr. H. Bou caut came to the north. Mr. Boucaut had attended regularly at all the courts in the north, and he had always con ducted himself and his cases in a pro per manner. He wished Mr. Boucaut and family every happiness and good health in their new abode. Messrs. F. P. Keats and H. O. A. Rankin endors ed the S.M.'s remarks. Mr. Boucaut feelingly replied, and stated that for 42 years he.had attended the northern courts, and gave some interesting de tails of the early-day court business.

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AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION. Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION. Peterborough. The usual monthly meeting the Peterborough Parish Council 01 the Au-tralian Catholic Federation was held in St. Anacletus' Hall on Sunday last, there ibeing ail exceptionally in;"ire attendance of members present, the Right Rev. Dr. Xorton presiding. Minutes of previous meeting were lead and confirmed. Correspondence and half-yearly balance sheet read and adopted. The special campaign tor enrolling new members proved very successful, and every effort is to he made to still further increase the members of this branch. Referring tn a resolution >em to the executive 01 the Protestant Federation recently. ss:uing that the Catholics of Peter In trough were disloyal as their school was not closed on the occasion of the King's Birthday: this statement was emphatically denied by the branch, as I'.^e Catholic School was closed on the King's Birthday. After further dis cission arising 0111 of previous min utes and correspondence, the meet was c...

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

PETERBOROUGH COURT. At the local Court on Thursday, be fore Mr. J. W. Hinde, S.M., and Messrs. J. W. Bowering and F. H. Frith, J.'sP., a claim was heard in which Gertrude M. Rohde claimed from B. E. Noack, the sum of £25 damages for the non-erection of a dividing paling fence. Mr. H. O. A. Rankin appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. F. P. Keats for the defendant. From the evidence it appeared that Mrs. Rohde sold to the defendant a block of land adjoining her property, with a building clause in the* agree ment, "and also that Noack was to erect a paling fence in six months. Evidence was given by Mrs. Rohde and Messrs. H. H. Rohde, S. D. Jones, and A. J. Williamson, for the plaintiff, and- the defendant gave evidence. The Court ga%>e a verdict for the defend ant. on the grounds that the fence was to be erected six months after the erection of the house. A. Paterson sued J. O'Rielly for the sum of £10 for the shooting of a horse. Mr. Boucaut appeared for the ' plaintiff, and Mr. Ran...

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

LIBERAL UNION. The annual meeting of the Burra Hurra district committee was held at Peterborough on Monday, July 14. There was a good representation of branches present. Apologies were received from distant branch's who wore prevented from sending dele nates on account of the limited train r-ervice. The President, Mr. G. F. Jenkins, M.P.. occupied the chair. The report of the year's work showed that good progress had beer. made, new branches had been formed, and ? .-tliers reorganized, and a great num ber were preparing for the coming Federal election. The President gave a resume of the political situation, :.nd urged delegates to exercise the greatest endeavours in advancing the principles of Liberalism. The district -ccretary (Mr. S. W. Dickson) pre sented the balance sheet, which was . if a satisfactory nature. Election of Officers.-The retiring President inti mated to the meeting that he desired to vacate the position: delegates, however,.were unanimous in the wish shat Mr. Jenk...

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YONGALA. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

YONGALA. July 74. On Friday evening a social was held -in the Yongala Institute Hall in connection with the local ladies' branch of the Liberal Union. The night was wet, but there was an ex cellent attendance. Mr. F. Laycock presided. The Hon. G. Ritchie and Mr. G. Jenkins. M.P., were present and delivered addresses. Mr. Ritchie strongly urged all Liberals to stick to the Liberal Union, and not divide forces. He stated that if the Farmers' and Settlers' Association and the Liberal Union (whose platform were practically identical) would come to an understanding and work together, they would be sure of having a good Government, which was essential dur ing the critical period ahead. Mr. Jenkins explained what the Govern ment were doing in connection ivith" the repatriation of soldiers. Mr. S. A. Cram moved a vote of thanks to the speakers, which was seconded by Mr. A.: H. Sumner and carried. Dur ing the evening musical and elocu tionary items were rendered by Misses Mutton. Cullen, Gre...

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DON'T BE A FATALIST [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

DON'T BE A FATALIST And think that von and your family must "have colds'and influenza during: the winter. There is no earthly rea son why you should. Get a; bottle of Chamberlain's Cough : Remedy now ; and' take. .. an . occasional... dose; ' to strengthen your throat and-bronchial tubes. When colds and influenza arc prevalent take a dose each .-morning. If you do tliis you will find that Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is a certain ^insurance against Coughs, colds, in fluenza and bronchial troubles. Sold by all Storekeepers.

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

BRUCE. . A welcome home social was ten dered,, to Private Frank Q'Riley, in t% Bmc? goods shed, on ,Friday night last. There-was < a large attendance and the shed was tastefully decorated by the young jladies of the district. Prominent, on-the walls %were the flags of the Allies, and a large "Wel come Home'-' streamer. On the plat form were Mr.i "W. Rodgers (chair man), and Mc- J- A. Wright,. the guest of the'evfening Private Frank O'Riley arid Mr. Fred O'Riley, late A.I.F. Addresses of welcome were made by the chairman and Messrs. J. A. Wright, J. B. Cormack, and E. Ellery. Mrs. J. A. Wright, local pre sident of the League of Loyal Wo men, gave a hearty welcome on be half of the Bruce League. Private O'Riley responded, arid said the "boys" were* glad to be back in civil ization again, after their rough expe riences in the deserts of Egypt and Palestine. Mr. Fred O'Riley thanked the friends for their hearty welcome and kindness gendered to his returned brother. Supper, fo...

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Football. The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. A Good Start. 256 Votes Cast. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

JFbo&slH. The "Times" Medal Most Popular Football nr. A Good Start. 256 Votes Cast. The voting competition for tbe 'Time** Medal was launched last w jek, * d K« thank the many football clubs t: r the manner in which they hare iak a the t matter up, which augurs well fo. aa in teresting oonteet. All dubs" are ? repre sented, the Saints having 5 in the field, Ramblers 2, Terowie, Yongala and Unit ed one each. Out of the 256 rote* '-laced in the various boxes, Terowie sent a oag 144, while the Ramblers provie,-.t 61, Saints 37, Yongala 12, and Ubi;«d 2. Next week the enthusiasm promi «s to grow, and we look forward to some good scoring. As we were going to press a sum «f m mey _ was handed into the office to be placed on the leading man in next week's issue, Now lads, se/that your favorite is on top next week ;o se cure the additional votes stated above. ?Any supporters* wishing to sell tickets _can_»ecure books bytnaking application tothis office. Girls! Are you hot iater este...

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

WEPOWIE. A welcome home social was tender ed to Pte. M. Burns, Trooper P. Burns, and Corporal Conway, M.M. {a visitor), by the local residents, in the schoolroom, on Wednesday evening. An apology was read from Sergeant J. Duffy (an old scholar), who was invited but was unable to be present. There was a 'large attendance. The room was tastefully decorated by the Misses McCormack. A guard of hon our was-formed by- the school children, ^the vfioldiers entering -whilst "Home, - Svyeet Home," was sung. Pt«.-'M. Burns was absent from the district : three and a half years, and saw ser vice in Egypt and France. On be : half of the residents Miss Chrystall presented each of the guests with a pocket book. Appropriate speeches were delivered by the chairman (Mr. Jas. Orroick), Messrs. Gale, F. F. Or rock, J. Halliday, and Miss Chrystall. The soldiers suitably- responded. A musical programme was contributed by Misses Hinton, Duffy, \Irvine, and Orrock. Recitations by the school children. Mrs. J...

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

DistrictCouncilofYongala. BALANCE SHEET ©FRECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE forihe Year ending V '-iV > ? June 80, 1918. ... f " Amount'/of Assessment for the Year ldlfi/18, £19,706. f... Amount Derivable from a General Rate j&f 1/ in tiie pound, J^985 ?/. ?> ? . ? ' .'TV--)*.-;- ? DISTRICT FUND. RECEIPTS. Balance in Bank, July -1, 11)18 Cash an band, £2; Petty . Cash, £2 5/3 Amount of (Current Year's Sates Collected . - ?. .. Received: from Government as Grant-in-Aid .. Poison Sales .. - - - - -- - Dog Registration ? Slaughtering Licences Slaughtering Fees . Road Sent .. - : - Depasturing Licences Cemetery Leases M iseellaneous Loan from V.P.F. Account Proportion Hawkers'" Licences, £1 7/7; Court Fines, £6 2/ Sale Gate, £2 *J/8; Ex., £1; Gun Licence^ 10/; Tar, £8 9/4 Sale of Timber and Bolls, £8 0/9; Refund on Flagpole. 15/ Sale of Old Road, £20 Hire 'of Weighbridge, £2 Outstanding Cheques, Nos. 541, o<4, 584/5/6/7/8/9 Balance in Bank, June 30, 1919 Dr. Balance June...

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

FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance "Company, . A -pursly ' Australasian Company, authorised capital, 22,000,000. Every' description of Property,: Ia tluiiing HAYSTACKS and l, ROW ING CROPS, insured at Lowest '?Current Sates. DAM AG J" BY :Ll GHTNIN G covered Withe ?! t Extra . Premium. Employer* protected .l^aitiit their liability for acid»*nta to their workmen. Lowest Rate*. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. ^ S.A. Branch-Grenfell Sticet. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The iloiai CATARRH, PILES BURNS, COUGHS COLDS. Etc. Price, 3/6. All Chemists and Stores . or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVS MANUFACTURING CO., 18 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hacketl, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. 4 High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flower*, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets,' etc.; Best Agricultural, Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. seiy Stock of every description. Orna mental Trees, Shrubs...

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The Times FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919. Local and General News St. Peter's Church.-The Services next Sunday will toe:-8. Holy Com munion: 11. Matins: 7, Evensong. Yongala at 11. Mr. William Phillips was trimming some vines at the Federal Hotel, when, he fell off the step ladder, with the result that his collarbone was fractured. Irish Dramatiits - The famous Dennis Kehoe and his 18 Irish Players will be visiting Peterbor ough on Monday, 28th. July, when they will stage the sweet Irish comedy, "Mother Machree" Dobbie's Great Winter Sale! Now on! Personal.-The many friends of Mr. Ralph Quintrell. secretary of the Ramblers' Football Club, who re cently underwent an operation in the Adelaide Hospital, will be pleased to hear that he is progressing favour ably. and expects to be home in a few weeks. District Council Balance Sheet. As usual, we are publishing the dis trict council annual balance sheets, the first being that of the Yongala District Council, which will be found in another column of this iss...

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

Religious bervloes. . ? Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and 11, Petersburg, and 10.30 Yongala. 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. Bowering.

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

NORTH WALLOW AY. On Monday week last a welcome home was given to Trooper Adam son at Myrtle Home. Mr. Brice, who met the soldier and his relatives at the station, motored them to their home. The car was nicely decorated with "Welcome Home" and flags, and as he marched into his home he sat down to a very dainty dinner. The table, which looked very nice, was decorated with the 3rd Light Horse colours and flags; over the table hung a ''Welcome Home." and each side of it hung the flags of the Allies. When Messrs. Gale and -Moffit were returning from the blocks the other evening, Mr. Moffit had the misfor tune to be thrown out of the sulky while going over on the breaknecks. He was thrown out on his head in the mud and sustained a few bruises. Mr. Gale came off with a severe shak ing.

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

PEKINA. On Monday evening a large crowd pothered from far and wide to wel come home Sergeant Duffy, Privates 1'. and ML Burns. Conway, and Raf tery. Air. P. McXamara occupied the chair, and in a few well-chosen re marks welcomed the returned heroes home again. His remarks were sup ported by Rev. F. Morrisey, and Messrs. M. Reddan, T. Gale, M. Mc Namara, E. Sampson, and Jim Crock er and J. C. Hagger. Owing to the irregular mail system the medals it was decided to present to each re turned man were not at hand, but in making a formal presentation. Rev. F. Morrisey explained that when the medals arrived tliey would be pre sented to the guests. Sergeant Duffy responded on behalf of himself and comrades. Supper was partaken of and dancing indulged in till the wee hours of the morning. Severe frosts are the order of the night in this district, and are playing fiavoc. with the wheat and feed-. Rain is badly needed.' ? * " After an easy win against Boo leroo Centre on the previous Satur day...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Own Correspondent*). CARRIETON. The news this week is very similar to the feed »-ound these parts. The one must influence the other, and as the feed is very dry and scanty, so is the news. The inhabitants were treated to an enjoyable entertainment on Friday night, the 4th inst., when "Gordon the Great," ventriloquist, shadowgraphist. and conjurer, gave a display of his many .talents, and all the youth of the town are walking round chewing sixpences, as this is a recognized thing to develop the art of ventrilo quism. Mrs. Schafel, of Huddleston, is spending a holiday with her son, Mr. J. F. Schafel, of the railway station. Mrs. L. C. Gust, of Farrell's Flat, is the guest of Mrs. Z. Lasscock. Mr. and "Mrs. S, Rasheed and family are spending an enjoyable time with his brother, Mr. M. Rasheed. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chesterfield returned after a. short stay at Jamestown, and were accompanied by Mrs. T. Chesterfield, of Walkerville. The bush carpenter has pat in an appe...

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