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HORSE STEALING CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
HORSE STEALING CHARGE. At the Hawker Coutt on July 2f>, two young men were charged, at a preliminary enquiry before Mr. W. J. , Hinde. S.M., with stealing a chestnut, mare, the property of D. G'Loughh'u. The prosecutor stared that he had a chestnut mare running out at a Mr. Bennett's place in the Hd. of Arkaba and from what he had heard from him he went out to look for her, but could not find her anywhere. He did not give anybody authority to take the mare away. He recognized the mare which was now in the police yard, as the one that" was running out at Ben nett's place. Mr. Bennett stated that the two accused and another youth came to his place early in June and camped the night there. This youth "in conversation,"said to him." pointing to the horse he rode there. "1 bought that one from. O'Lougblin, and he told me I could have a loan of this mare that is running at your place. I could also take another one if we could find it."" Neither of the accused said any thing to him abou...
EURELIA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
EURELIA COURSING CLUB. The Eurelia -Club held a most suc cessful meeting- on Wednesday, July 23. Patrons found a good live frost to greet them in the early morning, but later in the day a good sun warmed things up. Hares were numerous: the going was hard in places, but the pro gramme showed a good class of dog. and sportsmen generally were well sat isfied with the day's sport.- At noon, the crowd made for the town, where Mrs. Cahill had a tasty luncheon wait ing. which made all hands fit for the rest of the programme. Host Holland's hotel held a Wg crowd in the evening. At the settling up. with the winnings stowed away, the usual speeches were made by the visitors, who congratulated the Secretary, the Committee, and the officials generally, for their capital ar rangements. Results:-Clara Mullins beat Dalross; The Bob beat Battle Queen: Royal Lady- beat Speculation; -Voila Vaughan beat Dante Lass; The Envoy beat The Ma me; Margot beat Port Vincent;.. Red Jim -beat Harry Lincoln: Wee ...
HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
HAWKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held July 23. Pres ent Crs. Gillick, Mansom, and Woods. Cr. Mansom elected Chairman for en siling term. Clerk appointed lo revise the assessment for the coming year. Balance sheets adopted as read, and to be printed. C. \V. Pyman and \V. Twart to have permission to rent re serves on the usual conditions. Tenders accepted: No. 19. J. F. Reynolds, "at 37/6 chain: 28. J. W. Callary at 45/ chain; 29, G. Ganley at 60/ chain; 20, M. Buckley at 69/ chain. Works-two pieces on the Church road, Hd. Arkaba. Payments, district account, £99; Gov ernment Grants account, £194.
HAMMOND DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
HAMMOND DISTRICT COUNCIL Meeting held . July 21. Present, all except Cr. Miliington. The district clerk! (Mr. B. Barker) reported1 tlie result of the annual elections, and ask ed the council to elect their -chairman loir the ensuing year. Cr. Wallace was voted to the. chair, on the motion of Cr. Cormack, seconded by Cr. Crisp. Proposed by Cr. Cormack, seconded by Cr. Crisp, that pay sheet as read be passed for payment. Mr. Hilhnan (ranger from Bruce) laid a complaint before the council in the case of sheep, the property of Mr. Lehmann, which were grazing on the common at Bruce, contrary to the Act. The ranger reported hav ing rounded up the mob with a view to impounding. but subsequently handed them over to Drover Sims, who was in charge: Mr. Hilhnan was cross-questioned at length by the council, and it was decided to take definite action in any similar case in the future. Ranger was instructed in future to watch closely for all stock notices, and to secure, in all cases of default,...
CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
CARRIETON. July 20.-Carrieton has been "en fete" during this last week. The Car rieton Church of England Annual Social was held j on~ Tuesday, loth, ?when a capital entertainment was given iby Mr., Middleton's Concert Party from Quorn. Songs, recita tions stepdances were the items of the programme; and were excellently rendered. In fact, the programme was' one of the best presented for a long time in these parts. After the concert came the Annual Dance, and all the debutantes were attired for the occasion most suitably, many looking years younger. Supper was after ward partaken of in the supper room and everyone journeyed homewards thoroughly appreciating the efforts put forward for their enjoyment. Peace Celebrations were held after a great deal of discussion. A public meeting was called for July 3 3 for parents to discuss what should be done for the children. As so few "turned up" they decided to adjourn till Monday. Jiily 14. This meeting was far better attended, and the men were...
DISTRICT NEWS. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Own Correspondent*). YONGALA. July 22.-Peace Day was celebrated here on Saturday. The Yongala brass band and the school children assembled at the Council Chamber at 12.30 p.m. Mr. Lavcock (Chairman seventh war loan committee) pres ented the Honor Flag to the chair man of the District Council, (Cr. P. J. Kerin), and it was hoisted up a newly erected pole. The band played "Rule Brittania," the National An them and other patriotic tunes. The school children saluted the flag and sang the song- of Australia. Speeches were delivered by Messrs F. Lay cock, P. J. Kerin, and Rev. J. Gild ing. A procession marched to the oval, where children's sports were held. Each of the children present received an orange, a bag of lollies, and a peace medal. In the evening a dance was held in the Institute.
THE WAY TO ECONOMIC STABILITY. Property and Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
THE WAY TO ECONOMIC STABILITY. Property and Progress. (By a Democrat.) A famous economist has said that, down to the present time, there have been only three mainsprings of hu man action-compulsory, bribery, and instinct from personal gain.- He say?, further, that compulsion is the tcue basis of confiscation and slave labour. Of the potency of bribery, we have plentiful proofs. The Balsheviks could not have gained office, nor could they continue in power, without -th« exer cise of both compulsion and bribery -compulsion against those who had. bribery of those who had not. There is bitter irony in the fact that out of this wholesale confiscation, involving thrifti' workers as well as the wealthy comes the fund that is being; used by Lenin in his attempt to Bolshevize the world, including Australia. Thuf, money robbed from the ibest types of Russian worker is being utilized to set going the same systeni of theft to be emploj'ed against the Australian workers who possess anything above...
YANYARRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
YANYARRIE. July 21-Yanyarrie "Old Station"' was the scene of a happy gathering; on Sat urday last, when forty-seven residents of the -district met to celebrate Peace Day. Luncheon was served under the fine old gums on the bank of the creek, after which sports and games were in dulged in until evening, when tea and fun finished a most enjoyable day's outing. Thanks are dne t« Mrs. heal. Miss O. Ragless. Messrs. C. T. Fisher, j. Hender, Private T. Gilles, and H. Fisher, Junr.. for the able way in which they conducted the sports.
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. At' the Peterborough Police Court on Thursday, before Messrs. S. D. Jones (MayorA and S. W. Dickson, J.P., Fredrick Howell, Railway Guard, Was charged with tiie unlawful pos session of five fox skins, which might reasonably be suspected of having been stolen, or unlawfully obtained. After very..lengthy evidence, the Bench dismissed the information, considering the identification doubtful. Detec tive Mattin gave notice of appeal. A full report will appear in our next issue.
EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
EURELIA. July 28.-The weather is still keep ing dry, and the writer also feels dry. . as far as news is concerned, and no wonder, considering the wind that has. been blowing for a week past, drying things up generally. Mr. M. P. Daty, in endeavouring to open a gate,_which hung lopsided, had the .misfortune to have it fall on his left foot, crushing one of the toes, causing the sufferer to spend a rather restless night. Mr. M. O'Halloren, M.P., had an accideut while playing football on the Kurelia Oval 011 Saturday last, and lie now walks the earth with a small porous plaster on his forehead. Sergeant Thomas Burford and friends are on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. F. Page. Private J. Racket, with his brother, Mr. T, Hacket. spent the week-end at the residence of Mr. D. Bray. T-he long-advertised coursing match is also a thing of the past, and hares were very much scared, and, it seems, dropped dead in their tracks with fright. The writer has been informed ? that several hares were found de...
(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
3ffTg.it ftM MLPHRAY' GBASJM5N, : ' A«tbw.&lt;&lt;. ''Vera: Shamarin," ""Tbie fip»}Be of Grtaapfl," &p. PART 38. "But X have," replied, the inspec ,tar, a very important piece of business it iB.v He 4rew a paper from his pocket and approached the crestfallen law yer. ? . ' : "Michael Korff," Tie said, "you are say prisoner. I received instructions from Irkutak three daye ago to ar rest ypii" as soon as. you arrived at Yeniseisk." i "What-what lor ?" ... stammered Korfi." '"This is as outrage^a mis take. It is someone else you are seek ing/' s,iifo; X.want yon. Tour embezzle ments have been discovered, and your business aflairs at St. Petersburg are now-ia the hands of a Government reeei*-er,I am instructed to- *ead you home at once for . trial." "" Th$ lawyer's lips literally turned blue land his teeth chattered.' Inspec tor.:NasSmoC guided him along the'' corridor, and tiirned tajm over to the custody of I^adielas Werder and the prison guards, who had just r...
"MOTHER MACHREE." A Fine Play and a Record Audience. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
'MOTHER MACHREE." A Fine Play and a Record Audience. I "Mother Machree,'' the charming J comedy-drama, which introduced Penis Kehoe and his popular com pany to Peterborough on Monday night last, drew the biggest audience for a plav of its kind for many years, the Town Hall being packed to the doors. The wholesome comedy, with its strong dramatic vein, proved itself beyond doubt one of the finest plays seen here in recent years, and won the plaudits for its mirth-provoking situations and dramatic interludes. It has the merit of not being a one-part play, as the whole cast has distinctive work to do. Denis Kehoe as Dan is a lovable character, and his songs, "Your Mother." "Some Day," and "Mother Machree," are delightful in terludes in the story. liliss Nellie Calvin as Moira, Miss Frances Kayher as the English girl, Mrs. Ward Lyons as Mother Machree. Mr. Richard Bel Jairs as the Earl, Mr. Lester Carey as Fergus Stone, and Mr. Frank Culle nane as Father Con. appeared in their original ...
CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
CHAPTER XXIV. At twelve o ciock tpaz mgnt count ,Nor®off ^roke^lfom & troubled dream in'fi sat up on bis bed' of straw. He viae oppressed bya nameless and la definable dread. He could -not pbake it' off. He walked up &nd down the narrow.cell/pr.a' few momtnti, and .then; jiiieued bis face against the wic Jtet. A .dim Jigbt VwjLB burninjc ia tbe AI«xi6 instantly realised what iiu«i bappewd. The ' ttkriult told him plainly enough that the main body ®f prisoners. in the lower. rooms . had mutinied, and jWere now murder ing their guards. "The possibility of escaping him self and taking Helen with him was the first thought that flashed into hie mind. He ran to the cell door and hammered against it; he shouted -. the top of his voice and rattled the iron grating at the wicket. Pri soners in the neighbouring cells join ed their cried to his, hut for the pre sent without avail. Down stairs the tumult swelled to a deeper and more ominous pitch. Tfre voice of Ladislae Werder «...
CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 1 August 1919
CHAPTER XXTII A month had gone lay. it fras tiie middle of AprijL The backbone of the Arctic winter bad broken. Many days rain 'bad so thinned the heavy accu mulation of Siberian snow that the ground peeped out here and there. Foaming freshets dnrihed. through all tbe mountain valleys, and tbe Yeni sei river was a wide, heaving flood of turbid waves and drifting ice cakes. '' Sergius Steinberg bad gone back to Irkutsk, After proving to the satis faction of tbe police authorities that he bad nothing to do with Michael Korff'B crimes. The lawyer was by this time half way to St, Petersburg, where be was -destined to reap tbe fruits of his folly. Had fiie police peeped into an up per room in tbe bouse ,of Labin Kos fcovitch, & merchant of Teniae isk, shortly before midnight at the eloae of a blustery April day, they might have concluded that a meeting of Ni hilist . conspirators was in progress. Two windows, opened upon the street but the abutters were tightly closed and tbe bli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
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AWAKENED MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
AWAKENED MEMORIES "What's the matter, Mr. Lrabbe?" asked the manageress of the boarding house. "By the way. you sip vour ioup and stare up at the ceiling in that -faraway.-manner- one- would think it reminded you of something." "Yes," replied .the lodger, reflec tively, "it reminds me faintly of soup."' NOT A NON-STOP. Old Lady (anxiously ): "Does this train stop at London?'' Guard: "Well, if it don't, madam, you will see the durndest smash up you ever did see.'' LIGHTNING BUSINESS. Flitton & Co. was a firm of busine=s like men, and only the very smartest in dividuals could lind situations theie. You worked or yon went. Down the 'first floor stairs of the above-mentioned firm an unfortunate customer happened to fall. "Help!" he cried, in tones of agony, as he lay prone on the floor. "Help! I've broken my leg!" A shopwalker flew to the scene of ths accident. "Broken your leg. sir?" he enquired sympathetically. '"Third counter on the left! Cork legs! Miss Popkins. for ward J" ...
"FACING THE MUSIC." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
FACING THE MUSIC." A large and appreciative audience gathered in the Lake Hall on Monday - evening last, 4tli inst., to witness the ? initial dramatic performance of the Peterborough Methodist Men's Bro therhood, when Darnley's famous comedy, "Facing the Music," was staged by members of the brother hood, assisted by Misses Evlyn Hill, Lorna Prince, .Irene Dre^ and Doro thy Day, the whole being under the direction of Mr. P. Prince. The caste of characters was as follows:-Rev. John Smith, the curate of St. An drew's, Mr. F. Fleming; John Smith, the other Mr. Smith, Mr. B. Prince; Dick Desmond, the other Mr. Smith's . guest, Mr. W. Day; Col. Duncan ~Smith, the other Mr. Smith's uncle, "Air. H. Schedlich; Detective Duffell, .attached to Vine Street Police Sta tion, Mr. E. A. Ham; Mabel, the cur ate's wife, Miss Evlyn Hill; Nora, the other Mr. Smith's wife, Miss Lorna Prince; Miss Fotheringay, of the Bijou Theatre, Miss Irene Drew; Mrs. Ponting, the other Mr. Smith's housekeeper, Miss Do...