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The Time FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
ft FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. Local and Gcaeral News S. Peter's Church-On Sunday- next the services wiy be as follows: 11, . 'Mattins; 7, Evensong. A Dance is to be. held on Tuesday next in aid of the flower stall at the Hospital Fair. ' - i Homtng-Today,"^Friday) the Peterbor ouch Homing Club are 'flying from Kingoony* (254 miUa) for & valuable trophy (clocfc:, auitaWy inscribed), prea ent«d by R. Q. Taylor Esq. ' ? Coglin D;C. Balance Sheet-In the balance sheet\publish'e&lt;L last week the amount of. subsi^ on,rates, appeared as £ll 6/ owfijgSEo a.flafr iii the type. The ajnojjnt should have read £lll 6/. ;? ; - .. : Coglin District Coundl Chairman. At" the first meeting- of the District Council of Coglifi, held at Oodla-wirra, Cr. G. L. Fergussift, representing Cog lin Ward, was:detected chairman. He has been a councillor for a number of . years. House' to Hovse Collection.-Mrs. Jdrison reports^,paving received the following', amounts - to "date:-Mes 7 dames Jonson i...
TRAINING RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
TRAINING RETURNED SOLDIERS. The Minister of Repatriation (Hon. E. A. Ansfcey, M.P.) has requested that attention ,be directed tQ an ad vertisement^ . in - another^ column, which asks *hat farmel-sana horticul turists wtoo are prepared tb: assist in' the trjiniag^of returned' soldiers will commuriicatewith the localJ Repatria tion Committee nearest their locality, or with the^Superintendent, Soldier Settlements - in Adelaide. (..Mr. An stey states that he fully recognizes the assistance which local comnuttees can render the Governmentr.jim the im portant and complex question of, the settlement of returned men, and there fore it is desired that in order .that their local kirowled^ -may bfe tirought to bar i on individual cases, they should in-every sense become advisory bodies to the departiriehf.' The scheme .for placing returned soldiers with established farrnersand &lt;jrchard ists is, in.addition to the, "training farms, and 'it is being-'put inio opera tion because, of th...
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Fair and Gala Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. Fair and Gala Day. Great preparations are Hearing fin ality in regard to this important move-, ment, and the cash is coming to hand in good "style, but hardly quick enough to please the committee. Those in tending to help are urged to pass in their cheques to the secretary at once. On Friday, August 15, the Grand Fair, for which scores of good' ladies have been working and giving for the past six weeks or more, will be opened at 3 p.m. by the Hon. J. G. Bice (Chief Secretary). The members of both Houses of Parliament tor the district are expected to be present. There will be no less than thirteen different stalls, all decorated with the colours the Australian lighting battalions; a marquee is to be erected in the yard adjoining the Town Hall| so as to ac commodate the numerous stalls and side shows. The Fair will be con tinued on Saturday. August lti. after noon and evening. The Federal Band will discourse s%veet musfc outside the hall each evening, and ...
DEPARTMENT OF REPATRIATION. Operations for June. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
DEPARTMENT OF REPATRIA TION. Operations for June. The operations of the ^Department of Repatriation during- ihe inonth iiay .31 to. June 30 were reviewed in. a statement, issued fey Senajpr MjHen,* -Minister for Repatriation..;.: ._ .. . Employment. - The employment section return showed that during the month;-5,381 newly' 'discharged - men registered for employment; and 4,462 men were placed. 3,1X2 men repeated' previous ^applications for employment, arid there were brought forward from the previous month 6,810 Applications, largely -due. to strike conditions. Against. this, however, 3,208 applica tions lapsed, the-man having been re iifstated :in *mploymwit, ^ j-^*osSti-ons were registered: -for an addittonal- 720 returned men at the time-the com-' pilation of the return on June 30. Since the inauguration .of, tfce depart ment on April 8, 1918,'SS.ffil "first" applications had been registered, and of these positions had been found for 46,932-meji. Vocational Traitiing.r-Tiie _ rep...
Su[?]rlption List. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
SukMrlptlon Llat. Th« following amounts have beeu re ceived since our last iesue: Farmers. H. Doyl* 5 0 0 E. J. C. Williams 5 0 0 Nolilet Bros. 10 10 0 S. W. Sambell 10 0 0 Geo. L. Ferguson 3 3 0 W. McMurtri* 2 0 0 R.W.Sholz 110 0 J. S. Baker (2 lamb« sold) 2 10 0 B, E. & E. S. Wing (Oiary) 110 S. W«iler (Yunta) 10 0 Shops and Businesses. Bagot, Sbak#s and Lewi* 10 0 0 -T Sack 2 2 0 Tovasfolk, T. Snigg 2 2 0 H. C. Luck 10 0 V. Tietz 1 0 0 Mrs. Mulcohroney 10 0 E. Northcott 5 0 0 W. Johnson 5 0 0 S. Sharley 5 0 0 T. J. Wood* 2 10 0 Special Efforts. Ladies' Committee 6S . 1 Girl Guides 24 6 6
ANNUAL RATEPAYERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
??: ANNU^i l^EPAYERS' . v;: v-j . ,attendeid,";-"jaendr' i were'welconiifit by the Chairman. +.A : i»id been ' pbstifea to «adi ratepayer, and" the chairmari satd he would be pleased to answcr any^uestions askedby them. There-wCre Jao ^questions 5 '^he^hatrmati asked "for anexpres -sidn icrfopimbtf on the erection of a as requeued >y g ; - pirtilSon fro^ ratepayers v» Mr. Hi W%r)KoniMenoatioB ' onded, "Th ; io the'Cfj' mismk cbarges :.oo" stock road frojh &l to 1% which he did not think'was warrant ed. A.discussion ensuedon thpmerits and demerits of the feed on roads and thecharges, audit was, suggested that the prices be .iowered.. Mr. McNam?ira asked that the drain . east of the railway -crossing be kept open: - ^i,.-T"-." ' Mr. Mitchell drew attrition to a number o£ boxthor^ plants "growing on the road near Mr. H.Pomerov's.
FATHERS OF SAILORS' AND SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
FATHERS OF SAILORS' AND SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting of the Peter borough branch of the Fathers of Sailors' and Soldiers' Association was held in the Town Hall on August 3, the president (Mr. A. E. Lock) occu pying the chair. The following mem bers were present:-Messrs. White, Jephcott, Potter, Willcocks, Mitchell, Shakes, Sharley, Wilsden, Wright. Farrell, Wells, Faulkner, Randall. Drayson, Conlin, the president and secretary (Mr. G. A. McNamara). Resolved that the resident engineer be asked what had been done relating to the proposed site for the soldiers* memorial hall. The old time of meet ing (10.30 a.m.) was rescinded, and 10 a.m. substituted. Correspondence read from Mr. Kealley re notice -board and from General Secretary re affilia tion. Fuller information to be ob tained from General Secretary, also that delegates be asked for their re port on conference they attended on behalf of this branch. Messrs. Keal ley, Jamieson. Olifent, Tripeny, and Randal) were prop...
YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
YONGALA DISTRICT COUNCIL. M'onthly meeting held July 26. Pre sent.: Crs. Kerin, jamieson, Robinson, 'i'orr, Cram, O'Rielly, and the Clerk. Cr. Keriii was re-appointed chair man for the ensuing year. Cr. Kerin thanked the Council for the honour accorded in again electing him as their chairman, and trusted tliat the same good feeling would continue as. had characterized their work in the past. He also welcomed Cr. O'Rielly to the Council. Crs. Robinson, Cram, Terr, and Jamieson supported, and Cr. O'Rielly suitably replied. The Returning Officer reported the result of the supplementary election for councillor for Morgan Ward as follows:-P. J. O'Rielly, 27 (elected): G. Philp, 7; F. W. Edson, 15. The Clerk's financial report showed receipts as £45 U/. Pay-sheets passed for payment: District Fund, £262 17/8; Government Grants Account, £21 is/9. The following tenders were accept ed:-No. 27*6. M.R., P. Crowley, £42, conditionally: No. 277, M.R., P. Crow ley, £42, conditionally; No. 285, M....
The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Good Progress. 5410 Votes Cast. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
The " Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Good Progress. 5410 Votes Cast. Til ere was little doing this week, the veting being very slack, and only 460 Tote# «er* cast. Of this number, Dixon secured 328, and Taylor 50. Ther* were no votes iu Irom Torowie and Yoiigala. when we went to press. Our 60 votes for the highest number for the week go to Dixon, whose total now stands at 2044. The order is practically ibe same as last week, the Mtals to date being: P. Dixon (Saints) 2044 S. Gay (.United) 127# F. Hawk (Terovvie) 1017 Tom Taylor (Ramblers) 886 Joe Coomhed (iJainta) 4S A. Meadows (Ramblers) 46 Bill Adams (Ramblers) 28 S. Tripney " .25 - Joluisione (Yongala) 12 JC. Fisher (United; 7 M. Brennan (Saints) ti W. Kobertson (United) i W. Wbiule (Lluited) t 13. Carr (Saints) 1 W. Wall " , 1 F. firirnage (Ramblers) I F. Dodd M 1 Syd. Taylor (SaintiJ 1 L. Farrell (United) 1 S. Golding (United) 1
ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
ORROROO DISTRICT COUNCIL. .. Monthly meeting- held on July 20. Present: Crs. Keats, Copley, Arthur, Neylan, Halliday, Robertson. Reddan. Smith. McXamara, Orrock, and Dis trict Clerk. The returning officer re ported that as the result of the elec tions Mr. F. P. Keats had been elected for Walloway Ward, Mr. Chris. Halli day for Coomooroo Ward, Mr. M. McNamara for Pekina Ward/Mr. M. Reddan for Black Rock Ward, and Mr. Thos. Arthur for Erskine Ward.1 Civ Keats was then elected to the chair ' for the Ensuing term. Balance-sheets for district and main road, with audi tor's report, were read and, adopted for the year ending- June 30, 1919. Mr. P. H. Giles was re-appoirited District Clerk, together' with all usual duties appertaining' thereto. Mr. W. "A. Haynes was re-appointed overseer, in spector under all vermin Acts, inspec tor under the width of tyres Act,_an&lt;l district ranger. Mr. Norman was re appointed as dayman. The fees pay able for-cattle and dogs to be as pre viously...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
WANTED. I ,-- .. SmartBoy To Learn the Trade. GOOD OPENING ? ." ' APPLY " Times " Office, PETERBOROUGH. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. We have now completed arrange ments to include in our business an other department, comprising of PICTURES, OILPA1NTTNGS, 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 Jet 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 Fancygoodsm&n, PETERBOROUGH. G. PLAKAKS, Begs to notify that he has taken over the FISH & OYSTER SALOON (Opposite Subway), AND ASSURES THE PUBLIC THAT CLEANLINESS IS HIS FIRST CONSIDERATION. CLEAN PREMISES, CLEAN AND FRESH FISH DAILY. CLEAN MEALS. A TRIAL SOLICITED. COOL DRINKS; MEALS AT ALL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
~ : -Einployers proieweu thteir worktfiferi. Lowest RateS." Perfect security. ? Prompt Settlement*. , S_A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager, Asent at Peterboroujfn R. HEITHERSAY. The -s'.yiat 'CATARRH. PILES BURNS, COUGHS LVE COLDS, Etc. Price 1/6. All Cfaemistsand Stores or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., 18 -ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. T J yigti Quality Flo-wer Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc.; Best Agricultural ' Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. «ery, Stock of every description. Omi Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, Palms, Ferns, Pot Plants, Seedlings. All up-to-date Horticultural Requi liw, Manures, Insecticides, Spn Pumps, Garden Tools. Bird Seeds, Bee Requisites, Poultry Foods, etc. Country Orders specially attended M EXPERT ADVICE on any ©I (h above FREE. n RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. 'Phone Central 350. NE...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
'DEATH. . TIETZ.-On' August,. 1919, at Peterborough, Vincent, beloived hus-. band of Barbara Tietz, aged T9i years. Colonist of 45 years. R.'I.P, IN MEMORIAM. JOH'NSO*N.-In loving memory of our dear brothel" Alfie, who was killed" in action on 29th July. This war is; nearly over. * To some thc'se words sound nice, But, oh, the sad, sad hearts of those Whose loved" ones. paid the price. -Inserted-.-fov; Jus loving sister and brother-in-law, May and Albert, and nieces..- &lt; ^ THANKS. MRS.. B TXETZ and FAMILY wish to thank all kind Friends, espe cially Mr. and" Mrs. P. B. Murphy and Mrs. W. Scholar, for kindness and assistance, ,'also for messages of sympathy, _etc., jn their bereavement.
COOMOOROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
COOMOOROO. A tennis match was played on the Coomooro6 courts on Saturday," July 26, against the YVallovvay club, which resulted in a win for the home team by 5 sets- 14 games, the final scores being: Walloway. 5 sets 62 games; Coomporoo, 10 sets 76 games. An enjoyable afternoon was spent, al though the weather was- cold. After ? noon tea was thoughtfully provided by the Coomooroo ladies, which the visitors very much appreciated. Scores: Gentlemen's Doubles-Cooke and Zariker (W) beat. Polden and Phyliss (C), 6-2; Gibb and-Wilson lost to Polden and Gum, 2-6; Brice and Chapman lost to Brown and Avery, 4-0. Ladies' Doubles-E. Chapman and G. Wilson lost to I. Polden and M. Brown, 4-6; E. Hig ginson and Ethel Wilson beat F. Robertson and M. ? Loholke, 6-4. Gentlemen's Singles-A." Cooke beat R. Polden, 6-i; W. Zanker beat C. Phyliss, fi-3; C. Gibb lost to A. Pol den. 0-6; A. Wilson beat F. Gum, 6-3: R.- Brice lost to D. Brown, 4-&lt;>; W. Chapman lost to R, Avery, 3-6. Ladies' S...
MORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
MORCIjLARD. to be played at Mprchard. Qiiite a - crowd, assembled .to see thecmatch, owing to it beingsuch "a perfect day. The Scrub foJk werejortunate enough : to win the match, thescoresbeing: '"Scrub 86 games.Morchard 77 games. (Scrub first named):Gentlemen's ?' - Doubles-^-Pitthfers' aititi;;' Wilmshiifst beat J. Dawson and, I. Foulis, 6-3; . C. Koch and B. Koch beatL. Davy -and C. Schulz, 6--5; V. Piggott and A. Piggott lost to C. .HaJliday and L. Roberts, 6-i. . Gentlemen's Singles -Wilmshurst lost to, J. Dawson, 6-r-5; Pitchers beat I. Foulis, 6-3; B. Koch beat C. Schulz, &lt;y.-2; C. Koch be.at L. Davy, 6-3 ;. ? A. Piggott lost to L. .Roberts, 6-3; V. Piggott lost to C Halliday, 6-1. Ladies' Doubles-^, Misses Koch and I. Sumner lost to Misses E. Jasper and E. Dawson, 6-i; Misses 'Jacobs and Parsons beat Missels Roberts and . Norman, 6-3. Ladies' Singles--Miss Koch beat Miss Jasper, 6-3: Miss Sumner lost to Miss Dawson. 6-4; Miss Jacobs .beat Miss Roberts, 6-2; Miss P...
EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
EURELIA. August 4--The weather report is still unfavourable, and most people were very disappointed when. . after about five minutes' sprinkle, the raid on Sunday night stopped. Some old weather prophets say rain will be plentiful in the near future; let us hope their prediction's will come true. Mr. and Mrs. Parker, from Port Germein. are spending a few days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Read are also in this town once again. The adherents of the Methodist Church here were treated to a lantern lecture on Friday evening last by the Rev. John Pearce, general secretary of the Home Mission- ?Society. The pictures, as welt as the lecture, were very interesting-, and much g^njoyed by those present.. * Time has been very busy in remov ing old residents from our midst. Last week Mrs. M. Hamilton, a resident of over 40 years, passed away at the ripe .old age of 91 years. This morning, another old identity in the person of Mr. James Polton, passed to the great unknown. Mr. Polton ha...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
DISTRICT NEWS. .': (Prom Our Own. Correspondent#). BOOLEROO CENTRE. ?- August 4.--There is a sombre cast . of countenance , pervading; thing's in general., We have had great indica tions" of rain, but so. far they "have passed, with very little falling-a few . .points and often^ seems to &lt;be the me thod of its coming, and it .keeps the "- green, tinge oh .grass and-.crops; but without the . necessary soil -soaker there is very little, if any,growlh,and prospects look doleful. Grass is so .. short that stock cannot bite well, and they are- falling away in condition ion . the nibbling pastures.: Wheat, early sown, is in man}" cases - rushing up ?into seed without being of much value other than as stock feed. Late sown wheat is trying to.: spread its thin mantle over the .earthy and some .crops are looking good; but there are parched roots at the. bottom .of it. all, and unless we get an inch or two of rain very soon to-penetrate the soil there is a droughtful prospect for f...
CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
CARRIETON. July 28.i-There is very little news this week from here, unless it is a 'few personal items and the prevail ing weather conditions, which are as : dry as the jSroverbial bone. What . with frosts and dry weather, there is not ope vestige of green -? visible, 'ijarfid with tins and rubbish jheVng clear ed. from the yardsCarrieton certainly, appearsdeserted. Pte. H; Blucher, who . . was a machine gunner, is spending : a ^oliday" wi^h_ his brother and sister in-law, Mr.'and Mrs. TP. Blucher. of $ie Carrieton P.O: Miss White, «f iQiiora, is spending an enjoyable time her - sister arid, broker riii4ay,% . SMfc and. Mrs. J. Anderson.- A wel s^tne. home social -WM; tendered Pie. . ?; &lt;5fHes at Bpolcuhda on^^turday, 26th iStSil Garciefon's sport^gsvere well to ? ;,tHe fore. Mr.' Dinnie, iplvy has ap -once . more in ® township the:- tylld Wjesty ana has been l^^terti.ming': Carrieton folk. with: his |i®ttiiesj fr'otn the "Never "Never,", con- ; wild dogs and kangaroos. '...