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YONGALA v. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

YONGALA v. TEROWIE. ' The.above match was played at Yon pal a on Saturday last Umpire Wald had charge of ihe game, and although he was not perfect his deci sions on the whole tJid not favour one side or die other. The Terowie team started with the" wind in their favour, and it was soon evident that the Yon srala men would'give them a good run When the first quarter ended with Terowie only six points in the lead, the Yonsala supporters were confident that their team would he winners, and although the fiml scores showed it to l>e so only by four points, still Yon gala had most of the game and should have won by several goals, but their kicking was wretched. The scores, at the end of each quarter 'was as fol lows:- " First Quarter.-Terowie, 1 goal 2 ~ behinds: Yonjrala, 2 behinds. . Half-time.-Terowie. 2 goals 2 be hinds; Yongaia. 9 behinds. Third OuaAer.-Terowie. 2 goals 4 behinds* Yqngala, 12 behinds. Fjnal-Yongala, 2 g-oals. 15 be hind?; Terovrie* 3 goals 5 behinds.

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

SIDELIGHTS. (By "Rufus.") Tom Taylor: Where in this'town is there a faster runner? I ant sure that no runner could stand up to this man. Tom is a popular man. as the voting shows whilst as a footballer, 1 should pick him out as the best all-round man in the Association. His marking is clean and high, his ground w.ork is clever and quick, and wherever Tom is placed, he is a danger ous man. Congrats, to him on Satur day's exhibition. "Dick" Chinner: Dick is a good, solid, player, and is a great help to the Uniteds in the centre line. A. thorough gentleman and a clean player, "Dick" has proved himself still not too old to take to the good old winter pastime. Although "Dick" is not too fast, he is clever, and often dodges his opponents as well as any. He kicks well with either foot, and takes full advantage of any chances offered to him. Short}- 'Mills: Like the other "Shorty" whom I have already criticised. Mills is a hard man to beai. He roves very well for Saints, and usually gets a ...

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

TATTLE. (By the man on the wire.) Taylor was about the best there. Shorty Gay was a "tower" of strength to his side. Adams marked and kicked exception ally well. Dodd wants practice in goal-kicking. Whittle seems to get the knock-out even- time he goes for it "Dick" Chinner ran into Taylor and received a nasty knock on the head. Maley played very well. Shields roved well, but should learn to kick. Farrel! snapped Unitcd's last goal nicely. Meadows-one in United and one in Ramblers-both gave a good exhibitiop. Hard luck. Bolshe's, but a good try.

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A FOWL YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

A FOWL YARN. * « Before setting out oil this story, let me assure the reader that the -facts were given to nte by one of .the dis trict's shining lights in veracity, who . from his cliildhoodup has won glow ing tributes from his friends gener ally .for . his adherence to that. virtue which made George Washington so tinsuiled to . business, " The story is vouched for. by many. ; pii a recent evening, out Johnburgh "way. the folk decided to make merry, arid a dance -was arranged, lor which ?the surrolinding country folk.for miles turned out Qne most respected couple, finding the conditibns too sjip '&tq- stay"' fcair*, 'Sfeanie M'wtKs^eiideajofbringjngit^a :fesHyitI^/;,J^alir5ray;,lip; ^ptotyxrgh g jfighV^ir/^ha^fie '. fliiver ' Auirriedly tbey £ad ran ove^ ^oigaoi^ lying in the road, and hubby climbed down to ascertain who was the lucky indivi dual.. . He was. rewarded by finding a fowl: in the act of turning sevens in the mud, who finally with an extra turn- threw up the 'gh...

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—Ramblers v. Uniteds— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

-Ramblers v. U.niteds A fairly large crowd -was present to witness the contest between these two teams on Saturday. Good weather was a great boon to the players and specta tors although a fresh breeze was blow ing tGwards_"the North end. The Uni teds had a strong team* out, whilst the Ramblers were without MacNamara and Lathlean. -The Match. The Uniteds had the first quarter with the-"**ind, and set off in fine style to make a substantial impression on_jhe minds of their barrackers. but Adams defended well and returned the sphere to his forward lines. Dod3.. from some smart play, was put in posesssion, but h<» kicked erringly. and raised only one flag. From the icick-off. the play trav 'elled down the wing to the North end where Fidock . received a free, and put up a sixer^ Another" rush by the Ram blers gave Dodd another try. but he failed again. -; Soon the ..same player missed another easy shot, and thejiall ^caji^e^back quickly to the United's end. r^"Sh6'rtv" Gay was...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. Council meeting- held July 26, 1919. Present: Crs. "G. L. i-"ergusson, li. Darrah, C. H. Myers, H. Davies, P. McElister, fi. W. Rasmus, and T. O'Connell. The Returning Officer reported the result of nominations on June 14 for three councillors and one auditor as follows:-l'or Coglin Ward, Mr. G. 1 L. Fergusson. Nackara Ward: Mr. T. O'Connell. Parnaroo .VVard, Mr. E, Darragh. Auditor for the district, Mr. S. D.. Jones. There being only the re quired number the above' gentlemen were duly declared elected. Election ot chairman.-Cr. Rasmus moved and Cr. McElister seconded that Cr. Myers be appointed to' the . chair for the purpose of electing a :: chairman. ' Cr. Rasmus, moved ? that ; Cr. G. L. Fergusson be appointed , chairman of the District Council of Coglin for the ensuing term. This was seconded by Cr. McElister, and car ried unanimously. Cr. Fergusson suitably thanked the Council for 'his election to the chair, and promised to do his utmost in maintain...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. —Draw of Matches.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

RNFOOWBALL OCIATIO^J; Team Saints .. Ramblers .. Terovvie .. Vongala .. United ... P. W. L. F. A. P. 6 6 - 319 166 12 <> 4 2 251 177 8 6 3 3 228 172 6 6 2 4 131 262 4 6 - 6 184 334 0

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

OBITUARY. Mr. Wm. Coombes, son of Mr. J. Coombes, guard, Peterborough, died of pneumonia at Broken Hill yesterday (Thursday). An old resident, in the person of Mr. Vincent Tietz, died, at the age of 79| years, at bis residence, Kitchener Street, Peterborouh, in the early hours this morning (Friday). Decased, who was born at Posen, German Poland, landed in South Australia in 1874 and settled in the vicinity. of Peter borough the following year. . In 1881 he took up land near Daw son ; after 16 years there he re moved to Ciare, retiring from farming and settling in Peter borough in 1903. He was ^ very strong and active up till the time he took to his bed some two months ago. He leaves a widow and six children-Frank (Yon gala), John (Adelaide), Paul (Pet erborough), Mr«. . jP. J.; Byraeg^ n^orrensvilltsJi-~£3&xb£,;F.~^atsqn (Tokia, N.S.WJ), Mrs. Konopka ^Pen wortham) - and 18 grand, children. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Saturday) at 3 o'clock. :,

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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Good Progress. 4890 Votes Cast. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Good Progress. 4890 Votes.Cast. The competition this week prov ed even stronger than last week, 2559 votes being sent in, against 1955 last-week. We offered 5/ in last issue for the.footballer who gained the most votes for the - week aiid the Saints jumped in and grasped the prize,* having, f rallied up. with 1521. votes for Dixon, who now holds pride of t place with 1596, and the 5/ added makes him 1656; Gay (United) - comes next with 1263; Hkwk 1013, and-Taylor 836, and it looks s^ if.these four will vie for the inedal, unless Yongala is running -a dark hoiree, no votes having yet come from that centre sinqe the .the opening week. Three1 new ^candidates from the Ramblers came in this week, viz, JL (^Meadows 26, Sloper Tripney 1, Sfpahd F.' . week -Dixon :01521, GayTaylor 257, Hawk ,,200, Meadows 26, Coombes 12, i^?Ophey ii^ljodd 1. Next week ; ;we will again give 5/ to the foot ^Qbklier : securing the moist votes .for the week. Come on R...

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

PARLIAMENT. In the House of Assembly on Tues ' day, .in' reference, to ?Workers' Homes, Mr. O'Halloran ;was advised by the Treasurer that no money was avail able at present by tfie Government to-, assist workers to obtain homes or re lieve mortgages.; .If money could be " obtained by the issue of a loan during' the present financial year, asum would Ive eet apart for the purpose of assist- . - ing workers to obtain homes. Interest on Repatriation Loans. Mr. .O'Halloran' asked the .Treasurer what--was the rate of SnteresttheCom-' : wanteifi "-for thei moiiey it offered the Sciuth Avs traKan^verjimerit foi-repatri purposes, and» tbe reply was that the government had to 'repay the ad vances. The last three.;.Commonwealtlj loans' had (with expenses}-cost on an average-about 6 ^per -cent a year. Bulk Handling and Corn Sacks. < Mr. O'Hallpran asked the premier whether, in view of the great and4 Jjurden- .upon tiie primaiy producers through the high prices rul ing for corn.sacks...

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

Bfetertwrough Soldiers' Wemarial Hospital. ^250 £tO NOTE EFFORT 25Q 250 £10 Notes MUST be got before August 15th, 1919. You Want a £10,000 HoTpfcd, PAY UP.fW Hospital Committee (incomplete)--" 1 Jones, S. D. (Mayor) - £10 2 Dickson, S. -ll) 3 Dickson. Bros. - 10 4 Dr.Clarka 10 5 Dr. Clarke 10 ~ ? 6; Dr. Goode 10 . ,7 Dr. Good® 10 ? ?'S 'Dra. Clarke and Goode 10 9 Hoile,. E. 10 10 " Hoile, E. 10 . 11.: Phillips, G. 10 12 Goodie, B." W. 10 13 Ooudie, *. W. 10 14 Bowering, J. W. 10 ... 15; Bowering; J. W. 10 16 JamieBon.A. _ 10 Both, M. fL 10 15 Bills,L.J. 10 19 Shakes, H.P. £5 Benfield, FL 5 10 SO Hamlyn, J. 5 Brandt, E. 5 10 21 Bobme,R. A. 10 22 Frith, F. H. 10 Wa1d,-D. 2 10 Dodd.F.F. 0 10 fiailway ? A&soei&tlons»"Proceeding. Shops and Businesses (incomplete) 23 Cox, E. R. 10 24 Cox, M. 10 '25 Dobbie, E. A. 10 26 Cousiius. E. A. 10 27.. Cliinner, C. 10 28 O'Loug-hiin, J. 10 29 Leonard, M. .55 Steinke, E. E. 5 5 10 10 . 30 Shackleford, E. 5 Wilson, Ja«. 5 10 31 Porter,...

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Mr. Buxton on the Warpath. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

Mr. Buxton oti the Warpath. On Tuesday, in the House of As sembly, in the course of the debate, Mr. Buxton said he had always fav oured arbitration,: and would stick to that principle. If, however, men could not secure justice by that means, or could not get into the Court, they were entitled to adopt other methods. He openly chamnioned the cause of the seamen. Turning to local mat ters, Mr. Buxton^ expressed the hope, that the Government would look into the management of the Burra Hos pital, concerning jwhich an official enquiry had been held. Prompt steps should be taken to put the institution on a better footing. The Government should erect houses at places like Peterborough and Terowie to accom modate the railway men, because it it was impossible to get homes, and people were living- in tin sheds. The country was much in need of suitable accommodation -for school children, because some of..the places were not fit for occupation. Referring to the Peterborough floods. Mr. Buxton s...

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DON'T BE A FATALIST [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

DON'T BE A FATALIST And think you and your family must have colds anil influenza during tilt- winter. There is HQ; earthly rea son why you should. Ge't a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy now and take an occasional dose to strengthen your throat and bronchial lubes. When colds and influenza are prevalent take a dose each morning. If you do this you will find that Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is a certain insurance against Coughs, cold:;. in- ^ flnenza and bronchial troubles. Sold by all storekeepers. Progress.-Before leaving England. Mr. Hughes was approached by one of the leading motor manufacturers, in Qreat Britain with a view to estab lishing a works in Australia. The Dardanelles.-General Sir Ian Hamilton, speaking at Newport, in Wa'es, announced that the Royal Commission had secured within thfc past few days the original documents; and orders of the commanders at the Dardanelles, together with impor tant enemy orders. The story of the Dardanelles was one of the proudest, ii t...

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

THE SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. n t ANNU " - «At BRANCH ©OpKS .^ ... .'".jfi?^30D®TO& ?will attend the PETERBOROUGH B ranch of the afwuiitsjaine kept at that Branch. Depositors are requested topro dace or .foritrard their Passbooks for inspection on the 'above "dates." By direction of ihe Thistees, . - ???.? * -H. M. MUDIE, ? ' >; : Manager. Savings "Bank, Adelaide,. glst^jaly, : Iowa of Davenport YVf ANTED-One Sound ani Staunch Vt j)gAY HORSE, not more than six year® iff age, suitable tor Corporation work. Apply, stating price, to Town Clerk, Davsnport,* «n or before lliti Aug. ' H. PARKINSON, Town Clerk. COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE. ' Cr. G. L. Ferguson has been ap pointed Chairman, and Mr. \V. P Garroll, Clerk, .etc., for . the ensuing . year.-'" ALL DOG OWNERS are hereby cautioned that the -Registration of Dogs Act will be strictly enforced. By Order.. W. P. Carroll, District Clerk. Smart Boy 1V> tesira the Trade. GOOD OPENING. v APPLY " Times " Office, PE...

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

.FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance Company, Ltd- A purely Awtnbiun Company, authorised x aplUl, 1tljO0D,600. -Every description of Property, in eluding HAYSTACKS and GROW ING CROPS, ' insured at Lowest Current; Rites. ^DAMAGE BY LIGHTENING covered Without Extra Premium. Employers protected against their liability for accidents te> their workmen. Lowest Rates. "i'* Perfect security. > Prompt Settlements. S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A: HUGHES. Manager. <? '? ? Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The Herbal Ointment for CATARRH, PILES BURNS. COUGHS LVE COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/6. All Cheraistsand Stores or-direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., . 18 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. CT**3Br*J High Quality Flower Seeds, and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Poiies. Boftquets, etc.; " Best Agricultural Stidl, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. tery Stock of eve...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. 3919. Local and General News St. Peter's Church.-Tlier services next Sunday will be:-8 a.m.. Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Suns' Eucliarist; 7 p.m.. Evensong, Dobbie's Big Sale now in fall swing. Personal.-At the first meeting- of tlie District Council of Coglin, held at Ooodlawirra last Saturday, Cr. G. L. Fergusson, representing Coglin Ward, was elected chairman. He has been a councillor for a number of years. Great Sale of Men'a Overcoats and Ladies' Coats at Dobbie's. New Treatment for Ores.-In con sequence of a great loss of gold in treating ores from the North-east, Mr. J. Nicholson, of the Dust Holes, .Mount Grainger, has ben experiment ing in a special treatment of the ore, and those interested in mining will be pleased to know that it has been found, by assay values, that the actual result of the experiment leads to a thorough treatment, apart from amal gamation. Mr. Nicholson returned this week to the mine to carry out lurther experiments, which, there seems n...

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

. m Religious beryioes. Catholic.-Holv. Mass/ 8 and 11 Petersburg, and 8 and 30.30 Yon 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. Bowering.

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

District Council of Coglin BALANCE SHEET OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE for the Year ending June 30, 19X9. Amount of Assessment for 1918-19, £$,{*47. Amount derivable- from General Rate of 12 pence in the Pound, £447 11* Receipts. £ s. d. £ s Amount in Commonwealth Savings Bank, July 1, 191.S 100 0 0 Amount in E.S. & A. Bank £259 W 4 Less Outstanding Cheques 7 16 0 RATES Amount of Rates for 191S-10 actually collected ». .. 443 0 0 Arrears of Rates collected 5 5 4 Fines on Overdue Rates collected 1 16 3 Amount received from Government as Grant-in-Aid 11 6 O LICENCES AND OTHER FEES Dog Licence Fees 27 17 6 Slaughter Licence Fees 1 0 Hawkers' Licence Fees, by Government O 13 <0 AMOUNTS FROM OTHER SOURCES Road Rent, 36/, Da.. Rec.; Ground, 3<J/ 2 60 Deposits on Contracts. £12 7/3; Hire of Hall, 3/ 12 lU 3 By Yongala Council, 30/; Legal. £5 15/ 7 5 0 Hire Poison Carts, £2 17/6; Removing Carcases, 5/ 3 2 0 Examination of Minutes . . .. . , , , ,, u 1 U By Govern...

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"Facing the Music." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

" Facing the Music." l^arnlev's famous comedy' " Facing the Music," will bp presented at the Lake Hall on Monday evening next, by the Methodist Men's Brotherhood, assisted by several ladies. A crowded house is predicted for the Company's initial perform ance.

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"Memories" Chapter 25 has been unavoidably held over. TO THE WHEATGROWERS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919

Chapter 25 1ms been unavoidably heldorer. TO THE WHEATGRQWERS OF AUSTRALIA. Interim Report |>y ttie- Hon. A. K. Trethowan. Conference, leiT.-It will be re membered that in February, 1917, the Prime Minister called a conference of the available representatives of the chief industries and interests of the Commonwealth, and laid before them a plan for the organization of com merce and industry. I was the one chosen by the wheatgrowers and no minated by the Prime Minister to re present the wheatgrowers of Austra lia, and I think that the time is oppor tune for me to now lay before the wheatgrowers what has been done and what is contemplated. The con ference was well aitended, and was a completely representative one. As an outcome of this conference the fol lowing gentlemen were nominated on the Temporary General Council of the Bureau of Commerce and Industry by their several associations, and were appointed to give effect to the prin ciples aslaidVown by Mr. Hughes for the organizaii...

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