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UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FOX SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FOX SKINS. At the Peterborough Police Court 011 Thursday, July 31, Frederick Ro well, railway guard, was charged, on the information of Sergt. Ahearn, with the unlawful possession of five fox skins. The Mayor (S. D. Jones, Esq.) and S. W. Dickson, Esq., J.P., occu pied the Bench. Detective Mattin watched the proceedings on behalf of the police, and G. T. Powlesland on behalf of the Railway. Mr. H. O. A. Rankin defended. M.C. Barringer, stationed at Peter borough, stated: I know the accused. On Tuesday, July 8, 1 saw him at his home at Peterborough. I said to him, "I have come to see you about a bag of skins, which was consigned to Mile End by Mr. Williamson a day or two ago, which you received . and signed .for, and which was subsequently found missing. Can you tell me anything He said hesigned for the skius~butdid not know any more about them, -only that on Monday, when lie was handing- over to -Guard FroWicb, .he found . that tie bag- of skinswasgone. Asked ...
RAMBLERS V. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
RAMBLERS V. DAWSON. 1 hrough a friendly spirit between the above clubs the Ramblers jour neyed to Dawson, under ideal climatic conditions, to meet the local eighteen. 1 he Ramblers were without the ser vices of Dodd. Brown, Drew, Mead ows. Bliglu, Lathlean. Virgin, and Ramsay (who skippered the Daw sons). The Dawsons were likewise not fully represented. -The Play. Dawson were the first to get into it, and soon Williams was given a chance, which he accepted. Taylor passed to Shields, who picked out MacNamara. Roy failed to register the maximum, and so the Dawsons rushed the play, through their able Captain, Ramsay, to the danger zone, * where Williams was instrumental in raising his second sixer. "Snowy" Smart was playing wonderful toot ball. and would have made a diffe rence to the score if the bell had not rung and left them at: .. Dawson, 2 goals 1 behind. Ramblers, 4 behinds. The Ramblers commenced the sec ond quarter by piling up minors one after the other, until Adarps raised t...
'Memories' CHAPTER 25. "LONE PINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
'Memories' t Written especially for **T4ie Peters buix Times" by S.-Utj«r B. A. - . Ou3cc. CHAPTER 25 "LONE ^PINE By June or July; on Gallipoli, papers from Australia were interesting because, one learned j therefrom many things about Gallipoli that he new knew lie fore. We read with keen,interest the slow but sure advances we were making into Turkey. None of die detail is re-r cognizable by those on "tile job." but August found us roughly as follows: Sari Bahr Mountain is 900 odd feet above the sea level, the lower slopes beginning about a mile north of Kaba Tepe Fort and running on a. slant in land. Tiie southern end of the crest can be reached by a climb of half a mile from the beach, but the northern end entails a climb from ridge to ridge for a distance of 2J miles. Our force at the -beginning held on with brilliant tenacity to about half a mile of the crest, and the advances referred to had been mainly of the extending move ment opening out to the northtward, until our front w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 8 August 1919
fox and Other SHINS SHOULD BE SENT TO US TO BE TREATED AS SOON AS THEY ARE JURIED, AS SKINS DETERIORATE THROUGH BEING KEPT UNTANNED. We will tan and dress, or tan, dress, and dye them by a, secret process with dyes that are positively guaranteed and unequalled in Australasia for both wear and appearance, a inost beautiful, fast, and MOTH-PROOF glossy Blac-k, or, if you prefer it, leave them Natural Colour. . - All animal grease and smells scientifically extracted without injuring the bone of the hair, and the natural and beautiful colouring of the Fox is brought out, thus improving the appearance of the Fur one hundred per (tent. Send us your Skins NOW and we will make them up for you: into the very latest, most fashionable, and most serviceable Fur Sets, Fur Coats, Fur Cages, Fur Rugs and Mats. RABBIT SKINS made up into Ladies' and Children's Par Coats, with Muffs and Caps to match are inexpensive, whether Dyed Black', Brown, Or left Natural Colour, are splendid wearers, as well as...
'Memories' CHAPTER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
Written , espc fcur* Tin Clark*. .Uy v for Tbe Peter» by S.-Uijor B. A. CHAPTER 26. On die moSiing of the 7th, 600 pris oners cat$e jj&romihe left flank, under a guard ol^vrairkas, who were undoubt edly proud*1*&f Tthejob. Lvdd.ite had, up to this tine; not been used to any great extent,"Jand during the night a goofl supply ifas delivered at all of the guns. Capt. Wzite, commander of the 7th Battery, Was-'especially elated on re ceiving it, and|in conversation with his officers, remarked, "Gentlemen, they have given tge lyddite to play with'. The next tinje they come at us. the hillside will b$ spattered with ." It was too. During the late afternoon a fine body sof ^Turkish infantry massed for an attack jpn the position, in front of the 7th. l^ow a lot may be written of how they at us, but I'm going to dispose of me attack in a few words. Firstly, the 7tH Battery got right on to them. The lyddite must have had a flying effect. -Jbecause scores together were practisin...
(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 19. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
&lt;Ooj»yrigiit.) THE CZAR; By WILL,!AM MURR ATT GRAYDON, ~ Autfaor of "Vera Sh&ra&rin," "The House al Qclajioll," &c. PART 19. CHAPTER XXV. r With tliat piercing cry vibrating on hie ears, Alexis forgot everything but the peril of the -girl he loved. He Yias ©are that he recognised Helen's voice. Witt ajsiugle bound he reach ed the head of the staircase. Again the cry rang through the burning building-so near and shrill as _ to fctaitle him. He swung to one side, and saw a white face pressed against the grated wicket of a cell door. A pufi of : moke concealed his view for an instant, and when it drifted awaij he- recognised the face beyond a dou.' t. He. clotched the bars with both hacds. . ? .'Helen, I have come to save you !" fee cried. "It is I-Alexis. Havt courage, you shall soon be free !" The -face disappeared, and Alesif &lt; heard a dull faII within the cell. He d*eh?d his weight repeatedly against the door, kicking with both feet anc...
CHILBLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
CHILBLAINS. If you Jiave had Chilblains each win ter in the past, take the precaution after a cold snap of bathing your feet in very hot water, and then rubbitig in Chamberlain's Pairi Balm freely. You won't have any Chilblains if yon do this. Sold by all storekeepers. GINGER COOKIES.^-1 cup but ter, 3 cups flour, rub. well together, add one tablespoon ground ginger, 1 small teaspoon carbonate soda, 3 jeggs, li cups sugar, the eggs and bread. COFFEE CAKE.-2 cups flour, 1' . cap sugar, i lb. butter, 1 cup fresh' milk, 1 teaspoonful of soda; 2 cream tartar, 3 eggs. Mix butter to a cream, then addeggs, then sugar. Mix cream tartar in flour, put soda . in milk, then stir all together. Bake 20'minutes. For the top mix a little butter, sugar, and cinnamon. Spread over the cake when baked, then add or sprinkle desiccate)} cocoanut. SULTANA CARE-2 lb. flb-tr, l b. butter, i lb. ;sugar, l ib; sultanas, 6 eggs, 2 cups: milk, l;teasp6on carbon ate soda, essence of.Jembh to taite. Beat the butt...
THE AUSTRALIAN AIR SQUADRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
THE AUSTRALIAN AIR SQUAD RONS. Sir.-As the Australian Air Squad rons Fund is now finally closed, I think the public are entitled to know the total amount' paid into the bank and the disbursements made in con nection with the fund, and I would ask you to be good enough to allow me space for this final letter. I wish to convey to you my most sincere thanks for the very material help eiven to the battleplane movement. Yours, etc., C. ALMA BAKER. To Subscribers-to the Australian Air Squadrons Fund. Now that the Great War is over and the appeal for funds for battle planes finally closcd-I wish to thank those who have presented warplanes complete in their own names, and those who have subscribed towards those publicly subscribed. I now pub lish the final statement of account of the Australian Air Squadrons Fund, by the Honorary Treasurer, the Manager of the Union Bank of Aus tralia, Limited, Sydney. Certificate: The Union Bank of Australia, Limited, Sydney, December 17, 3918.-C. Alma Bake...
PARNAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
PARNAROO. A welcome home social convened by Messrs. Saunders, Darrah, and Skeen was given in the local spacious hail on August-1 fo Sgt. T. Evans, Sgt. R. Evans, and -Pte. Nash., Pte. W. Sanders, born at Parnaroo. but en listed from Tasmania, was also wel comed. Mr, R. A. Bohme (President Peterborough Cheer Ups) was in the chair. Other speakers were Mr. H. Rasmus and Mr. S. Saunders, who presented a gold medal to each of the returned soldiers, on behalf of the Parnaroo residents. Sgt. J. Evans suitably responded on behalf of com rades and himself. Dancing, under management of Mr. Donellaii. was in dulged. Thanks are due to the Par naroo ladies for the supper arrange ments. It was unanimously agreed that the social was a huge success.
The Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
"PRlbj^Yi-lsj 1919. ! Uoi ml (Snerti lim, Light powers fell on Tuesday night and ' Wednesday morning, and rainstil!> «eettis to : be ^overing^around y. jtfie -postal officiate get? in the shape of bojlquet-s one .to cheer- themiup1' '' citizens p6sti^Jfl%»tfiind^ son in Francej lcno^ng|t ger- wojiid ^be it: The letter containing' the note was opened -readdressed, and a year later found its way back t ON ACTIVE SERVICE-Mrs. Claude Rogers has been advised that her brother (Gunner W. S. Brown) is returning to Australia by transport " Persic," due in Melbourne on August 28th. Also Toni. returning to Australia, after four year's service, per transport " Dong»la." &lt;hie i» Melbourne en 24th August. Direct from America! Ladies' Silk Holeproof Hosiery-they five the wear of three pairs of ordinary Silk Hose. At Dobbie's to-day. We have received a narrative of the operations of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade, A.I.F., from October 27, 1917. to March 4, 1919. The record was compiled b...
OODLA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
OODLA WIRRA. A welcome home social to Corporal C. Skeljan was lield in the Hall on Wednesday, August fi.~ The attend ance was large, -the Hal! being well filled. Mr. Carrol-was in the chair; other speakers -were Mr. Dowe. Mr. Davis, and Mr. R. A. Bohme (Presi dent " Peterborough Cheer Ups). Musical items were given by Mrs. G. Miller, Mr. M. Miller, Miss Carroll, ^lr. M. Watkins, Mr. F. Fitzgerald, and Master Jones.. Dancing- was in dulged in, Mr. C. A. Woods acting as M.C.
MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
MASONIC. The annual installation of the officers of the Great Northern Lodge, No. 40, S.A.C., was held at the Ma sonic Temple on Tuesday night. There was a large attendance of bre thren present, .also visiting brethren .from Lodges Nos. 24, 20, 71. 39, and 27. The ceremony was performed by the R.W.D.G.M. A. Rowley (Ade laide), assisted 'bv Grand Lodge Officers. Bros. W. J. S. Jacka, F. S. Bollen, J. W. Bowering, H. Benfield, H. P. Shakes, B. Dunchue, and W. H. Hill. The Grand Director of Cere monies was P.M. Bro. H. YV. Poun sett (Unley). After the E-.G.M. had installed Bro. F. H. Frith as Master of the Lodge the new Master invested his officers as follows:-S.W., Bro. G. W. Noden; J.W., Bro. E. YV. Clarke; S.D., Bro. E. Fisher; J.D., Bro. J. W. Smith; frtj., Bro. Fred Hodby; Tyler, Bro W. Phillips; Stewards, Bros. £L G. Taylor, C. G. Olifent, C E. Wil son, and H. G. Groves; I.P.M., Bro. J. Hamlyn; Secretary. Bro. E. A. Ham. The officers remaining in office are:-Hon. Chap., Bro. J. W...
BELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
August s.-3£rs. John an old resident of Pelton, died suddenly o-i Swnday tasjt- She was born at Bcn tligQj Victoria, in 1851, .and soon afterwards ny^s brought l^/iter par ents fo Marrabd, -s^ere she was mar wed inva870. Mdtfci^han for-hr ye#rs '' .apd nas rc jsided^heK eVerAiejoce.^ She has "left a .mAnrrer »?»£ U» «hil(ir«j John Hoare, E. Coligan, and Hanni gan, and Misses Mary Ann and Te resa Meers. Messrs. James (Carri-: ton). Daniel, John, .Michael, and Ed vard Meers (Belton). There are 1 SrindchildreiL
WALLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
WALLOWAY. A tennis match was played on Sat urday; August 2, 011 Hie Walloway courts, agajnst the Coomboroo teunv On this occasion the home team scar ed a win: -the previous Saturday the Coomooro&lt;j team won. Afternoon tea was provided by the Walloway ladies. The Walloway team won. by 8 sets 24 games, the scores being; Wallo way, 13 sets 89 games;*, Coomooroo, 5 sets 65 games. Details:--Gents Doubles: Cook and. Twigden (W.) lost to Polden Bros. (C.), 1-^5; Zan ker jand Wilson v. Phyliss and Brown, 6-3; Gibb and Brice bea$ Avery and Gum, 6-X; Higginson and Arthur beat Loholke- and Brown,- 6-4. Ladie s' Doubles: -Mrs. Zanker aridWilson beat J. Polden and M- Br-owji, 6-2; E. Chapman andlE, Wilson bfciat M. Loholke and F.-.; Rob^tepni 6-4. Gents' Singles: A. ,'Copfefc^at A. Pol den, 6-1 ;;;P> Polden; 6-4; W- Zanker to C. P-hyfiss, 2-6; A. Wilson lost:'to D. Brown, 3-6; C. Gibb beat R." Avery, 6-f j R. Brice .beat3. Gum,.6-3; -F,'Higginsonbeat. . L. Loholke, 6-4; Brown, 6-4. ...
PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. 250 £10 Pound Note Effort. The List Growing. Are You in it? Progressive Totals. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
PETERBOROUGH HOSPITAL. 2S0 £10 Pound Note Effoit. i -?? ? i Tito Lift Crowing. Aro You In It? Progressive Totali. Hospital Committee Haeomplete) A Jonei, S. D. (Mayor) £10 ~ Dickson, S. 10 3 Dickson Bro#. 10 4 Dr. Clarke 10 5 Dr. Oisuke 10 6 Dr. Gooite 10 7 Dr. Goode 10 Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 Hoile, E. 10 Hoije, E. 10 Phillijts, G. jO Goud&lt;i«, ft. W. ]0 Goiidie, H. W. 10 Bowering, J. W. jD Bowering, J. W. JO Jamieeon, A. 10 Both, M. R. 10 Bills, L. J. JO Shakes, H. P. £5 Benfield, H. 5 iq 20 Hamlyu. J. 5 Brandt, E. 5 jo 21 Bolime, H. A. 10 22 F/ith, F. H. jo Wald, D. ( ]0 Dodd, E. F. 0 10 Shops and businesses. rs Cox, E. R. 10 24 Cox, M. 10 25 Dobbi#, E. A- 10 26 Cousins, E. A. 10 27 Chinner, T. H. 10 28 O'Loughlin, J. 10 29 Leonard, M. 5 5 Steinke, E. K. 5 5 10 10 30 Shackleford, E. 5 Wilson, .las. 5 10 31 Porter, A. A. 5 Brauer and Sons 5 10 3* Pott.r, E. B. 2 2 Jenkins, Geo. 2 2 Stringer, Rev. .1. W. 2 2 Taylor, H. ! 2 Smith, W. H. i 2 10 10 33 Drayson, A. 11 Olifent...
EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919
EURELIA. August 11.-We are pleased to be able to report 30 points of rain since our last, and the wheat fields and water tanks benefited; but we were rather sorry and disappointed not getting a heavy flood." This would have, perhaps drowned" a few grubs and grasshoppers, with which the country around here is at present overrun. Miss Maud Brown,, who was on a holiday at her homg here,, has again left for Gawler. Mr. Robert Hamil ton-, has- also gone Ijack- to- his" work. Miss B. Taylor, of the Eurelia re freshment rooms, has gone on a visit to the gay city, and Miss Delia Dinon and Mr. Frank Dinon also journeyed there to meet their brothers (two; returning from the from. There will be several boys returning from the front shortly-a gay time ahead for Eurelia. Mr. Denis Cummings is paving a visit to his parents. Mr. James Ferguson, late A.I.F.. is spend ing a holiday at "Aileme," the resi dence Mr. M. P. Daly. Arbor Day sports were held here on Saturday last, favoured with lovely weat...