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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919
EURELIA. . We are still ih. disgrace with the clerk of the weather; no rain has fal 'len; so far we have only experienced ?wind and frost, wjth an occasi6nal fog; let us hope to be able to report better news next tijne, Mr. Jas. Cutrunings, horse trainer, of-St. Leonards, is on a visit to re latives here. , Mr. T. Pavord, of this town, is re lieving the ganger at Walloway for a few weeks. One day last week the writer wit nessed a most amusing incident. Two well-known identities of these parts, most ardent disciples of Bacchus, af ter spending a few hours here, thought it time to go.home, so.they both tried to get into an ancient vehicle, drawn by rather an underfed, but very patient horse. They succeeded, after many amusing antics, arid started. When a few hundred yards on their way the thought seems to have struck them it was not yet six o'clock,, and one of them evidently wished to return, while the other tried to urge the horse on its- way-bortie;-but this did not go- ??? on very...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919
THE PENALTY OP OVERWORK. Many People are Beginning to Feel the Strain. The heavy tax of overwork-the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupation's, is hard on the . kidneys. The kidneys "begin to fail in their work, and thfc poisonous mat ter collects in the system. If your . . work -seemsiiarcL for. ypu, if yo.u have , a Weak, lame, or aching back," if you seem tired and listless, if you notice sediment in the urine, unnatural , col our or irregular passages, and seem to be running down .without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's r Backache Kidney Pills, the remedy that has proved so beneficial to your -neighbours. It has brought strength to the backs of thousands'of work ing men and women. : Read this proof: Mrs. W. Smith, Jervois Street, Petersburg, says:-"My husband suf fered extreme torture from backache. He could not stoop or move quickly without .enduring agony, and . was at times sb bad with the pain that he had 'to~ lie lip.; . It was the only way - he co...
TEROWIE V. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919
TEROWIE V. RAMBLERS. The above match was played at Te rowie last Saturday, under somewhat doubtful climatic conditions. The spectators were few, but nevertheless were very enthusiastic in their ap plause whenever good football was witnessed, which, by the way, was not verjr often. Terowie had only 17 men, being without the services of Wens ley, whilst the Ramblers missed the presence of Adams, Platten, Brown, and Mc-vamara. -The Game.-" In the absence of Capt. Adams, Tom Taylor took charge, and having won. the toss, decided to take advan tage of the strong breeze which blew obliquely across the ground Um pire Wall blew his whistle, and it seemed as though he was heralding bad football weather, for as'soon as the ball was bounced the rain com menced to fall, and before five min utes of tbg quarter had elapsed the men of both teams were wet through to the skin. Of course, there is not any need to refer to the condition of the ball. The Ramblers took charge, and sent fhe slippery spher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 18 July 1919
LAYER CAKE.-3 cups flour, 2 cups sugar, 1 cup milk, i lb. butter, 2 teaspoons cream tartar, 1 teaspoon soda, 3 eggs. Beat butter to a cream, add sugar and eggs well beaten, then milk and flour, etc. Divide into 3 parts, colour one with cochineal, one with cinnamon, and bake in 3 flat tins. When baked put jam between and icing on top if desired. Only a due sense of gratitude to ! Clements] lomc I i i InMJHMHBBBBSeSfiBUU Mr. Robert Loftus 115 Pulteney Street, Ad«l»ld«, who ktcpiCntngncuy Stars, writes lilt opiaion on June 301b, 1916 Clements Tonic Ld. # " It is with a deep sense of gratitude I speak of your medicine, for it has kept me in good health for many years. " I once lived in Sydney, and there had a complete nervous breakdown. I might have been still ill for all the good other medicines did me. *' Clements Tonic put me right, and by taking a bottle of it now and again it keeps my nerves and appetite in. good order. .*' 1 am convinced there is no better medicine to be obtained....
UNEMPLOYMENT AND SUSTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
UNEMPLOYMENT AND SUSTENANCE. *?: the r.M-r-c of ait important' -tH-tv'i delivered at the meeting- T>f i' Xa'ior.alist Federation in the City ]?!:?!!. P.a!!ar;it.-on the evening: of June It:. Sena?!.;- Millen. Minister for Re patriation. made art important refer ence to' the question of unemploy ment and sustenance. The Minister pointed out that, notwithstanding' the increasing arrivals of members of the .. .Vi.F. in the Commonwealth, and the l;;rse number «. of men now*being dis-r.,r charged from the military forces, the*.,; iiii|)ioymeiu section of the Depart ment of Repatriation was' succeeding^ 1,-y.^d the mo-t confident hopes of the authorities. This success w:as 'clearly shown in a return which he had had prepared covering the eim pi'iyiiient statistics.jji the department " i'-.r the three month- February a 'to nrd 'This statement ?shoved-, that at the date April 26 137,386 men had he.-n returned to the toiijm^n from the theatres of war. and of this number 109..">4:> h...
INTERSTATE LABOUR CONFERENCE. Repatriation Minister's Comment. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
INTERSTATE LABOUR CONFERENCE. Repatriation Minister's Comment. Senator Milieu. Minister for. Repa triruion. commented yesterday upon . the resolutions which had beeji a ;::ccd to at the recent interstate La l;o; r Conference,, which was held in Sydney. Senator Milieu stated that ni.vny of the benefits for the returned'" xddiers which the conference has ex-vi, pressed in its resolutions are already in existence. For instance, the coii i\;ence urjre? that incapacitated sol di-,. rs discharged from the forces be . kept 011 the pay roll until provided w:.ii civil employment. In effect, thjs is secured bv the Repatriation Depart ment providing SHstenance for these n:L-n. necessary medical attendance, and training- them for suitable opera-' twit's. and undertaking to provide em-' pi- 'Vincnt tor them at the end of training. Again, the resolution thkt Common wealth training- establish n. :us be provided and equipped for', the education of returned soldiers hr\- beet; anticipated. Such eftt...
REPATRIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
REPATRIATION. The secretarjr (Mr. H. "P.'Shakes) of the local Repatriation Committee has drawn our attention to a number of privileges and advantages thai the Department of Repatriation is pro viding for the returned men. Vocational Training. ... Senator Millen arranged an exhibit . of:_ihe work of a. number of the classes of. disabled soldiers in Queen's Hall on the opening day of the Federal Parliament, which was highly credit able, and the products were viewed with the greatest possible interest by a large, gathering of visitors, and the common note struck by all those pre sent throughout the day was one of great surprise that, in so short a time, such .a standard of; excellence could. :be.. attained by . men- readapted to a new trade, and converted into arti sans of ;no mean ?standard, against", - hesivy'. phj-sical disability -in every instance. The exhibit covers a very . wide range of work, covering almost all: trades, including pottery, electro platedware," furniture,, engin...
'Memories' CHAPTER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
?.'* CHAPTER 24. On the 23rd and 24th of July we were in readiness to receive an attack from the 6iemy, but if Azzled out, and it seemed the attack must come from us. .Previous to the 23rd, General Birdwood issued an order to the troops. The reader- may find a " different strain in Turkish and Australian orders. It be gins: Bovs,-We have heard that the Turks prop'oste to celebrate their const tation day, 23rd, by a'big attack. If they at .tack us^we. must be sure" and make it a constitution day for ourselves, and give, them 'such a lesson that they've never had in their, lives before: " Remember, they are inferior in mor | ale and training, are only driveil t > the attack, and their hearts are not in it. It is possible tiiat the attack v. ill be commenced by a heavy, bombardment, and probably by asphyxiating gases and inflammable shells. The gas helmets issued must be worn, and you arc safe, and if you get in a cloud, keep calm and stand still. When\the bombardment is over,-we wi...
CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
~ &lt; CHAPTER Xm. MicfcaeL "K6rff and Sergiue Stein- . fe>Awg' pursued the directions given, ^?-them t»y Inspector Na*imofI, and '.£ ..soon reached the prison. Ttoey were ?; y' briisqueiy received by the director, however, «ben4ie saw Korff'e letters of anth ority, and insisted on his visitors ac ,t^ : ceptujg«tJ>fi hospitalities of the pn \j£ "I shall gladly do ^eo during /my "^^brM£«tay here," replied Xortf. - -"My ^owcvw: ViU lodge with a ^®$&e5ChMit in the town. ' Aalie is in f ^^Ijmste to he oil,"and mw^SoBt &lt;see the d^^PEiBoner tor a Ifew moments in my '^1^1 resellce, J should like the interview " take place at once." \ s * The director stroked 3us -ch£n s -i4h3aghtfiilly for a moment. Then ie ^ ipfconuucted his guests^lto a private ifiH^oom> "bidding them iak« ©fl their r>jj*Turs,-}aad make themselved comfort He -^excused hmuaell, and -hur J *z&l#ieS sanay In lese thanfive minutee ^tefce Returned -Sill "j^'fiioVvine, gentlemen,"...
DENIS KEHOE IN "MOTHER MACHREE." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
DENIS KEHOE IN "MOTHER MACHREE." . Mr. Denis Kehoe, the young: Irish Australian .-actor and singer,' and his talented company; (after a highly suc cessful season, .in.-Adelaide^ despite-' wet weather and the absence of late trams and trains), is leaving to fulfil . his bookipg in Perth, and on his way ? thither has been persuaded to play at a few^of tfie country towns. and is to. appear at Pieteriiofough 011 Monday,: July 28, for one night only»- -Adelaide,V . has had experience of . singing actors.-. Mack, Allen--Doone>i-and fith. Without-instituting -coinpaHstMjs-.. > it may besaidthat?MhKehoe istjuite equal. if not sm.erijatu to thent all. HeX is young, with a good vdice ati&lt;i fine; presence, and he lo'pks the ideal,,Irish Machree.*' He* is ^well: suppoiS%l''-by ' ' capable ."cdm^^^^:TheV:drama,l';inv." which Mr. Kehoe is lo appear is hy *Bug &lt;wdl- ; " "M^chtcfe" It breeches of velvet, worn by the men, and the -beautiful costumes of the women, are very...
(Copyright.) THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
4®^ ^ mdrrat graydon,^ Shamarin." "The *-/ House ol OrianoH," Ac. PART 17. At seven o'clock, on the night of (lie J 5 th, oi Starch a. covered sledge Strew up before the Yeniseisk -police r ' station. Mazlme Valadon -climbed to ' . . ILe! pavement "and-- shook trie stiffened Uinbs.-As the sledge .vanished down :.; : t?e strset an sed^ch of a stable, he -- ^ tuitiec? towards -the lighted .doorway-:, ever whirl -hung the Russian co&t-Qf ?: imis. 1 On the -threshold' he met a bearded -mail who. had «ome out to : tee what the commotion -meant. / "inspector Nasimoff, I believe ?" . -iiaiiirded Valudon. *-. .'That is my name, sir: What can 3 do for you ?" ? .'I- have a letter from the; policy de ? pertinent of Irkutsk," replied Vala ricmriiro'Iucingitaehespoke. ' .. . ? . The ? inspector read thie ^efcterby the gleam c'the street lamp. His grim features relaxed-and be cordially held . anL liis" fca'cd. . "it is an-honour to meet you," he skid. 'The fame of Maxime Valadon ; is not ...
Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Concert Boy Scout Effort. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Concert Boy Scout Effort. A very successful concert wai held on Wednesday, 16th inst, in aid of the local hospital funds. The programme was supplied by the local and city scouts. Great credit is due to Dr. Goode for the way he trained the hoys in their various items. The programme was altogether a fine one; the choruses were lively and suited the voices admirably. The hos pital song, which was composed by the Doctor, was a great suc cess ; .also the "four little devils." The second half of the programnie was supplied by the Adelaide Scouts Concert Party; Scout master Morris and his musical monologues were well received; also his illustrated burlesque, en titled 'The Heart of a City.' Mr. Bradley rendered the ' Village Blacksmith" to the "Disolviug View Lantern " ; A.8.M. George Plenty, and Wolf Cub Ashtcn danced the ' Highland Fling ' and the ' Sailors' Hornpipe *; George and Cuthbert Plenty were well received; Jack Bramwell per formed a very clever box t...
BELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
BELTON. On Tuesday there .was a welcome home here to Pte: 12 Ejarle. A good crowd was present,5 and' an enjoyable time was spent by Pte, Earle has been the fourth sonito return, and there is another soldier-son still in Egypt. We .-consider- the ? parents have a perfect right to be proud of /their family, who may be well termed "the boys of the bulldog breed." Mr. and Mrs. Earle are to be congratu lated, so also are the "lads" on their splendid record.
WALLOWAY PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
WALLOWAY PLAINS. A welcome home social was ten dered to Corporals B. Arjhur, S. Hook, Troopers R. Adainson, E. Ackland, and Privates P. Hooper, A. Robertson,- and E. Harding- in the Wallov^ay Plains Qhurch on July 11. There was a large attendance. The .church -was prettily^Vdecorated by Misses JLAithur and&lt;Al. Diavill and; Mr. E. Davill. A guard ofhoriour was formed by,the school children, the Soldiers entering whilst "Home, Sweet Home" was sung. Mr! Blight was 'in the chair, and presented Cor- ; v porals ? B. Arthur, Is. Htook, Troopers S. Adamson, and E. Aclclahd with -in- ^ . scribed gold medals with their batta-; lion^olours set in; ^d^MSs. ^Bjrtdwitf fl ably inscribed, with a photo inserted-' of her late hero son1. Appropriate : A, SVooper, tributed by Misses R. Arthur and G. Wilson, Master Howard Arthur, school children, and Mr. T. Stone. After singing the National Anthem the soldiers and their friends were entertained at supper.
Football. The "Times" Medal. Most Papular Footballer. Good Progress. 1955 Votes Cast. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919
Football. The " TInim" Medal. Most Papular Footballer. GeodLProfrew. 1955 Votei Gist. Splendid competition existed tb is week, altogether 1955 votes were recorded. The Yongaia total had : not arrived when we .went to press. Out of the 1955 votes re ceived this Week, S. Gay secured 720, Hawk, 609, Taylor 537, Dixon 58, Coombes 22, Adams 8 and. Brimage 1. Hawk, having had a lead last week of over 100, still holds pride of place with 753, and so gains the extra 60 votes which ... were promised , in our last issue to the leading man this week, making his total813. Next week we will give 5s to the. footballer who gains the most' votes for the week; and we treat that support ers will rally around their favor iten^nd see that he secures tb a additional votes. The totals to &lt;dav are' r - F. Hawk (Terowie) 813 8. Gay (United) : . 722 '-Toih Taylor (Hambler») 579 P^'Dixon (Saints) ' 75 JoeCoonitw*" 34 Bill Adams (Rambler*) 27 - Johnstone (Yongala) 18 M^Br*nnaii (Saints) 6 , D. Carr...