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PEKINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

PEKINA. . July 19, Saturday last (Peace ifay) of a very interesting football, match .. was celebrated here toy the playing between Pekina and Appila-Yarrowie, which resulted in a win for the home team, final scores -being:-Pekina, 7 goals 4 behinds; Yarrowie, 3 goals 3 behinds. The game was fast and open right from the bounce. Pekina soon put up a big score, it being* be yond the ability of the visiting team to score sufficient to catch them. The children were entertained in various ways, fruit being provided, in addi tion to each child receiving a Peace Medal. A dance in |the (Institute brought to a close a very successful day.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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PEACE CELEBRATIONS. Joyful Day in Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

PEACE CELEBRATIONS. Joyful Day in Peterborough. "The Peace celebrations were held on Saturday last, the weather being fair, except for a slight breeze, which caused a little dust at times. From about noon people from the districts round about commenced to come in. The town was crowded, and never in the history of Peterborough was there ever such a concourse of people to a% : tend any function. A: 12.30 p.m. a procession was formed near the Quorn crossing-. The order was as follows: - The Flag-bearer, Light Horse, Federal Band (Bandmaster H. Brauer), Returned Soldiers, the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones), members of the Town Council and the Town Clerk (Mr. S. Kealley), the Fathers' Asso ciation, Senior Cadets (Lieutenant J. Critchley)* Cadets (Corporal J. Mc Quire), Boy Scouts (Scout "Master McMurdoo), Girl Guides (Scout Mis tress V. Groves), Red Cross Workers, School Children's Tableau (Stork and Nest), Public School Children (Head Master, Mr, J. C. W. Mundy and School Teachers), Catholic S...

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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

EURELIA. July 21.-The weather ;contini£es - dry and frosty. and a good downpour is anxiously looked for 'by all-^farm ers to enable their wheat to get a goo(i start; graziers and dairymen,--to bring along the feed; and by the soli dary cowholder for the same purpose. The continued heavy frosts are hav ing a disastrous effect on the feed, and the travelling stock of 4,000 to 5,000 sheep almost weekly, which make it a practice to travel as slowly as possible near the town, eating all that comes before them, not only on the specified road, but also invading private allotments, fenced and un lenced, leaving the place without a vestige of feed. Little wonder the residents are on the verge of revolu tion. Report has it that the district conncil intends to enforce .tljat every beast running at large is to lie regis tered at the rate of S/ per annum. Last Monday evening a most en joyable time was spent by guests in vited to a smoke social given by Mr. and Mrs. T. Holland, in honour of their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

WANTED. To . Learn the Trade. GOOD OPENING. APPLY "ISmes" Office, PETERBOROUGH. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. - We ; have now completed arrange ments ,to include in our business an other department, comprising of PICTURES, OIL-PAINTINGS, and PHOTO FRAMES. These-are on show in the room ad joining the Main Shop. You are in vited to walk right in and inspect. We are also doing Picture Framing on the premises.. Good range of Mouldings to choose from in Oaks and Rimu. Bring your Photos along, and let us give you a price .for a Frame. All Artists' Material kept in stock. Stretched- Canvas, Academy Boards, Paints, -Brushes, and other acces sories. E. W. BRANDT, Stationery and Fancygoodsman, PETERBOROUGH. COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Meeting of Ratepayers in the DISTRICT COUNCIL of COGLIN will be held at 3 p.m. 011 SATURDAY, 26th JULY, 1919. Ev order. . '\V. P. Carroll. Clerk. DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ' YONGALA. RATEPAYERS' MEETING. ^The Annual Meeting of Ratepayers will be held in the Council Chamber on SA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

'tFXR£, MARINE, ACCIl^NT. ' p IbsoTaBCe'ilQoinpani^; ttd; A v purely W Auistraiasia^^ ^om^k^j;" ai.;^.orIscd - * C -?V^ Propf'v, '-in ~-y. Tii^:-r£JMP>1^6~ riisiHSST-* ;at", ;-C<2west, Curi-eirit:' ?BY; ..'^tJGHTOTN^^ - Premium. ^mgloyers j'otected against their liability for ;: .:id»».nts " to their workmen. Lowest Rates. rPerfpet security Prompt" Settlements. S.A:' Branch-Grenfell Stn-i-t. W. A. HUGHES, M.-. - Ager. Agent at Peterborough-. R. HEITHERSAY. The i:,: WM®ep lieftal Oiiitoert for CATARRH, PJLES. BultNSr COUGHS S~A LV E COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/6 All Cheuaistsand Stores or direct from BULL- DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., 12 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 Nor. eery Stock of every description. Orna mental Trees, S...

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The Times FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1919. Local and General News Mictltiiary Mm ting.- On Monday next 28th, there will be a M isaionary meeting in the Parish Hall, at 8 p.m., when an address will be given by Rev. F. Morton, Organizing secretary "of A.B.M. Dobbie's Sale now in full swing. Reduced Train Service-Attention is directed to advertisement in this issue, notifying a further re duction of the train service. Railway Picnic.-A meeting will be held* in the Town- Hall -on Sunday next, at 10.30 a.m.,:in connection with making- arrangements for holding the annual railway picnic. All interested in the movement are invited to attend. S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Euchar ist; 7, Erenseng; 3, Yongala. Rev. F. Morton, organising (secretary A.B.M., will be the preacher at S. Peter'a. Bargains in Ladies' Coats at Dobbie's Sale. Hospital Dance.-On Tuesday night next a dance will be held in ..the .Peterborough Town Hall, proceeds being in aid of ...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

Religious &MVfOM. Catholic.-Holy Mass S and XI Pe tersburg, and 10.30 Dawton. 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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CARRIETON. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

CARRIETON. July 14. The residents of Carrieton and sur rounding districts met together on the 9th inst. to do honour to two more of our heroes-Ptes. .Gleeson and Reid-and to extend their heart felt thanks for services nobly render ed by these two men. Pte. Reid un fortunately was unable to 'be present, but both soldiers received donations to the value of £o 5/, with which to obtain some necessary thing as a me mento from the residents of Carrie ton. A splendid programme was ren dered-ex-Private G. Partridge (two songs), Miss N. Hillary (a song), and Miss Ragless (two violin items) which were greatly appreciated. Over £ 30 was taken at the door and by do nations, and there was a credit bal ance of £12 8/, which speaks well for the officials who carried, the thing through. The conversation on the bus men tioned last week re old tins has evi dently hit some hard, as several yards have been cleaned up, and the old tins removed. Of course the overseer of public works cannot be everywhere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

BISURATED MAGNESIA Will Relieve Indigestion in Five julfaates. t If you suffer from gastritis, indiges tion, dyspepsia-if fooji lies like lead In yonr jstojnath and yon cannot sleep at night because of the awfal distress -go at onceto any chemist and get a 1 -* k^J *TJ1 'sficr^di or w&oeAf j||am^s felt, »nd you will spon ge telling, your iisiuatei 1 Piece only, Heavy White Flannel, 24 inch-1/4 yd. . 1 Piece only Heavy White Flan lel, 26 inch-1/6 yd. Cheaper than Flannelette. All Goods at Sale Prices. CHINNER'S BIG WHITE STORE. TWO SIGNALS. There are two serious signals of kidney ills. The first ,si§-nal .comes from the back, with numerous aches and pains, and the second signal comes in the kidney secretions. The urine is thin and pale or two highly coloured, and showing "brick-dust" like deposits."' Urination is infrequent, too frequent, or excessive. You should heed these danger signals be fore chronic complications set in diabetes, dropsy, firight's disease. Take Doan's Ba...

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"SIDELIGHTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

"SIDELIGHTS." (By "Rufus.") M, Brcnnan (captain of Saints). This able player, in his capacity of captain, executes his duties in the finest style. He leads his team, sets them a good example, and generally plays a clean, brilliant game. His marking is the best that can 'be seen ifi this association, whilst his kicking leaves nothing to be desired. "Marty" is as popular off the field as on, and I suppose one of the best footballers that we have. t "Bill" Adams (Captain of Ram blers).-As a man "Bill" is highly esteemed by all who know him, and as a footballer the same would apply. He has plenty of weight, but does not use it for ill. He is a dasfiln.^ player, marks and kicks well, and generally is a favourite wherever he is seen playing. Go on, "Bill"! Skipper your young team, and you will soon see that they will come ahead. "Shorty" Gay (Captain of United? i -The smallest man in the team, yet one of the best, this little needle does everything in his power to assist hi:, side. He is ...

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TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

TATTLE. (By "The Man on the Wire.") What ia feather in the cap of the Uniteds! "Shorty'" Gay is_ like an eel, and played cleyerly * and jbeautifully throughout the game: ... Chinner was a tower of strength at centre. . Saints put up a good fight .with a poor team. Brennan played well, but his mark ing was not as sure as it is usually. Cummings is a good man wherever he is placed. Whittle is a champ. I^is first game for some time, and did three quar ters on the ball. Farrell roved exceptionally well. Mills was prominent Si times, but did not play as brilliantly as usual. Hawkins did well in ruck, defence, and forward. The "darkie," although unaible to hold the 'ball, was exceedingly useful to his comrades'. Hawke was late in coming forward. "Star" English won't be long before he strikes form again. Fogarty puts his .'boot well under the balL In conclusion-Saints! Keep your team together, and make them come up to the mark. Unitedsl Put in and stick to it. . To Both Teams-Your exhibiti...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Own Cerrespondent*). BLACK ROCK. Miss Muriel Naismith is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mac Dougall, of Bridgedale, Orroroo. Black Rock School children had an enjoyable outing at Orroroo on Peace Day. They are . very proud of their Peace Medals, and are wearing them pinned on their coats like old veterans. The. children are grateful to all for giving them' such a good time. Some of them returned minus some sldn on their knee's, falling in their eagerness to win a. race. But who carfcs? It was Peace Day. A welcome home social was ten dered to two of our local soldiers in the Institute Hall on Monday even ing; July 14. .The soldiers were. Sap per A. G. Graefe, younger son of .our local (blacksmith, and Trooper W. Williams, son of the lofcfc! schoolmas ter. Sapper Graefe enlisted in New Soijrh Wales, and was a .member of the Australian wireless section which has been' operating with .forces- in. Mesopotamia for more- than' twehx months. Trooper Williams ...

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N.E. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Delegates' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

N.E. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Delegates' Meeting. At a special meeting held on Mon day night last, the N.E.F.A. had to deal with two reports for infringe ments of the S.A. League rules, fijm pire Wald laid a charge against play er H .Thurlow, of Terowie, for strik ing him and using bad language dur ing the course of the game Terowie v. Ramblers, at Terowie, on July 12. The Terowie Football Club laid a charge against Umpire Wald for us ing bad language to players during the above mentioned match. The latter case was dealt with first, and after receiving all the available evidence the delegates decided that the case should ibe dismissed, as the evidence "was not strong -enough for a conviction. The case against player "Thurlow was then heard, and, by the evidence to hand and the admission of Thur low, the findings were that, in the opinion of the delegates, it was proved that Thurlow had struck Wald. and they therefore imposed a penalty of disqualification from the W.E.F.A. for the rest ...

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FOOTBALL. Draw of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

FOOTBALL. -Draw o£ Matches. July 86-Yongala. v. Tcrowic. Ramblers v. United. Aug. -2-United v. Yongala. Terowie V. St- Anecletus. Aug. 9-St. Anecletus v. Ram: !ers. Aug, 16-United v. Terowie. - Yongala v Ramblers. Auk. 83-rFirst Semi. Aug. 80-Second Semi. Sept. £-Final. . Sept. iS-PlayoS^h1 necessary"). All games played on grounds, of fir*t-named club.

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VISIT OF ANTONIA DOLORES. Wednesday Next, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

VISIT OF ANTONIA DOLORES. Wednesday Next; July 20. The most famous of all Frcnch so pranos, Madamoiselle Antonia Do lores, will give her one and only con cert here in the Town Hall on Wed " nesday next, July 30. This world famed artist has just concluded sea sons in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. and Adelaide, which ior their enthusiasm and suc cess have never been equal led-surely a great triumph even for an artist like Dolores. The visit of Antonia Dolores to this town presents a wonderful opportunity for residents here to hear this great singer in the zenith of her great "career. Made moiselle Dolores sings with rare ar tistic interpretation and vitality; she has a wide vocal range, and her pro . grammes are so arranged that she dis plays her art to the fullest extent in popular and classical items 'and arias and such gems of the musical art. She sings in English, French, Italian, and other languages-^-principally the. for-"'' mer-and while audiences display a perhaps natural t...

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SAINTS V. UNITEDS. The Best Game for the Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

SAINTS V. UNITEDS. -The Best Game for the Season. There could have been ring conclusion to Peace Da> than the match between these two' "aT" «f course the Samts were not tuny represented, but the combmat.on play of the Uniteds .was brilliant, aijd^ well worth watching. "Shortv Wall, Dixon, Sam Conhn, Mesml. an "Snowy" Smart were unable to stnp tor the greens, whilst Jones, H. I on kin, and Dittmar were J0T the ranks of the black and whues. -The Play.- . Saints took the first quarter wuh the wind, which was strong at tunes, and kicked towards die southern enrL Uniteds rushed the play towards their goal, and quickly registered a mino^ fhe only score at that end during the whole match. The Saints retaliated and through good combined play play put Conlin in possession, who regis tered the first major Two smart rushes ended m two behinds being scored bv the greens. A poor kick off left an open chance for Mills who Aid his (best by raising two flags Whittle did his utmost to keep oft th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

life Moss ? S rtho keeps a Kefresbment Room i; business at the corner of Flinders -u and Pulteney Streets, Adelaide, <1 writes on the 30th June, ISIS, ber cpiaioa of CLEMENTS TONIC LD. . " Twelve months ago I was : ron down in health an through loss of sleep, ba appetite, and the prope nourishing food, I was in state of general ill-health.. " I tried all loads of m< cine* uselessly until yourt SOON WORKED WOKD ; ''After taking it my si and appetite returned. " if 1 need a medicine it always Clements Tonics Uake." (Signed) Mrs. KATE MQSj! . -j- -hWr . The: very mediciae <ife)rO0| sutfer BlMri-Wou' |IM.>)tl ^ - vyou fiealt^JWrvVN' r::'r - i :i , m- CHEMISTS *NI> S1 Clemen'isTonic M

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Premiership Points. Points [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 25 July 1919

NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. -Premiership Points. Points Team. Saints . Ramblers Terowie Yongala . United . P. W. L. for ag-st. Pts 6 6 - 319 106 12 5 3 2 188 6 5 3 2 204 144 6 5 1 4 103 2?.8 2 5 - 5 130 2?1 0

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MOLLE. DOLORES —A Fine Recital— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

MDLLE. DOLORES -A Fine Recital The program set before the large and appreciative audience atthe Peterborough Town Hall on Wednesday night, was rich in vocal gems, and" th&'various reru ditions were an especial treat. Do lores pou redout-all jhe weal th an d sweetness "of her .art, and she' achieved raptuous applause. Not only was this a tribute to Mdile's gift but equally-to the woman her self, of beautiful heart and mind. Mdlle. Dolores was : in exception ally good voice, and-she gracious ly gave encore after encore in re sponse to the tumult of applause which rewarded every number of the program. During the even ing the singer rendered eighteen numbers, and every human emo tion was compressed into the varying moods of "the composi tions, all being rendered with true artistry. There were songs for all; seventeenth and eighteenth century works, national gems and modern compositions. Mr.. Harold Smith 'piaffed' all the ac companiments which "was no light task,, and greatly as...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

RIFLE SHOOTING. The N.FUV. oof New Soutfi Wales will hold its annual prize meeting in October. The prizes will amount to over £5,000, divided as follows: "A'' Series, £2,770; "B" Series, £950; "C" Series, £480; other matches, £1,000. *'C" Series' will be 4ired on October 9, /Series-will he fired on October 10, *,'A" Series' will be fired on October 13 io ..17,< a.nd ? the . District ' Unions Match on October is. The . whole of .the' matches are open to re turiied\sDldier§,lorwhbmspeclal:pro yision iis made; alSo the militia forces^ theriflefclubs, and thie cadets. The usual, caput 'aci»iattfe^tion^jp^:\^e.'". 3rree second-tlass rail passes wUl ^fee - duced tares will be available for-inter stajp competitors certificates .fori* v r y 0* /., !

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