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Soldiers Memorial Hospital Fair and Gala Day [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

Soldiers Memorial Hospital Fair and C^ala Day The Ladies and Hospital Committ.* have been working assiduously and th« result of their labprs will astound patiobs of tiie great fair

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

DISTRICT [MEWS. (From Our Own Correspondent*). CARRIETON. August 6.-Things ,;arc undergoing considerable changes in Carrieton, as the poet (?) says: "Change is-a very funny thing. No power on earth ."can stop it; There's change in every blessed thing Except the writer's "pocket." Even the weather has undergone a change since our- last issue, and we have been blessed with.a downpour of 36 points, and trust ahd; pay that the wetness will contindtT 1 The green grocery business has also received a change in the .management. Mrs. Rthm, who has so satisfactorily sup plied the wants of the inner man for vegetables during the last twelve years, has relinquished her respon sible and all-important duties, and these have been taken over by Mrs. Molloy, already mentioned some time back in these columns. _ The residents deeply regret that M;rs. Rehm has been forced to give up business, 'and they one and all sincerely hope that she will start business elsewhere "in the town. Still another change ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

J AMALGAMATING Snuwtt £ Hah«r ami Ch»adl«,Cr»«e £ Co., iMstocksalesmen, Wool A Produce Brokers. 7 firad Office: ADELAIDE. .fiANOH AlTpJCODSTHY MARKETS Mhftark«r,Na1rn«,Murray Brtdoe, WHIunga, Kwmamrtllt, Pmrtorounh, and fart Adelaide Woo) Star*. WMldy COM ADELAIDE. ABATTOIRS Mondays-C&ttla Wednesdays-Sheep, Lambs, Pigs - and Calves Mondays -SheepSkine, Babbit Skiut, &c. Liberal cash' advances made against th# coming clip and produce. ORROROO Picnic Race Meeting To be held'on the Racecourse (kindly lent for the occasion) r, 1919 {weather permitting-). The Proceeds in aid of Orroroo .- Hospital. Officials.-President. Mr. Thos Co zens: Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. C. Addison^NP. G. O'Reilly. E. Tudell. M. P. . Dalv, Jl. Read, P. Chaplin. E. C. King-, "Z. "Rasheed. D. Clancj! R. C. Ford, E. Ellery." F. Tapscot, E. Cop ley, M. Neylan, C. T. Kuerschner, \V. Hinton, M. Ryan. M. ,B. Duffy, F. Forbes; Committee. Messrs. F. and Thos.- Arthur. Birrell. Hague, L. Haynes; Dowling,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

m>*a«x:toBNT." ' A purely 4 authorised. %4>itK| ^^000,906: * '??: rflswery description .'/02F "Property, in at Lowest ^Giireat .vltetM.^|»AMAGE BY ;;2-3GH^TiMING ^covered Without Extra >: |fertmwn;;;.. Employer* protected .>jpaqByi>fe' their liability: for accidents . to ^their workmen. Lowest Rates. - - - ^ . Perfect security. Prompt Settlement*. . W' .--. . ? 5.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. jnJGHES, Manager. . Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The iJjats lierW Ointment ; -for CATARRH, PILES r-,~«aRNS, COUGHS is AXVE COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/6.' All Chemistsand Stores or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO.. 12 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS. High. Quality " flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially -Selected. Vegetable Stcdt; Cut Flower*, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc.; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur sery Stock of every description. Orna mental Trees. Shrubs, Hedge Pla...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

Religious tarvioM. Catholic.-Holy^Mass, 8 and 11, Petersburg-; 8.30, Iancelot; and 10.30, Y*>ngala. Usual evening- devotions, 7, Petersburg. ^ Methodist-11 a.m. and 7. p.m.. Rev. A. H. Melbourne. J Baptist-11 a.m. ind 7 p.m. Preach er-Rev. S. Bower&Jg.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

DEATH. MURPHY-On ;ibe. 3rd of .August, at bit residence, Cottoii Road, Peterborough, William, the dearly' beloved husband of Hannah'Murphy. ';Aged 54 yeats. THANKS. Mrs. W. Murphy ^and family, of Peter borough, sincerely thank all relations, and kind freinds fqr letters, cards, and expressions of sympathy, in their recent sad bereavement; ^especially Mr. and Mr*. H*. Bcehme, IMr. and Mrs. C. Baldwin,' Mr' P; jS.'Murphy,: Mr. P. McKe'ough; also*Ledges, and Dr. Goode^ for his unremitting ^attention during'bis illness.

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THROWING STONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

THROWING STONES. ?At'-the Peterborough Magistrate's Court on Monday, 11th inst., before Mr. S. D. Jones (Mayor), two youths (brothers), named Stanley and Francis Hannus, both of Broken Hill, were charged, on the information of Sergt. Ahem, that jhey did on the 6th day of August, 1919, at near Yunta, unlaw fully. wilfully, and maliciously damage 11 insulators to the extent of 20/, the property of the Railways Commis sioner and the Deputy Postmaster General, Adelaide. The offenders pleaded guilty, and the magistrate, taking into consideration that this was their first offence, dealt with them very leniently, sentencing them to a month's imprisonment, to take effect from the next conviction. The Mayor lectured the youths on the serious ness of their offence, stating that it was not altogether the value of the insulators damaged, but isolating Broken Hill from various important centres, .especially now during the strike, etc. It appears these offenders were turned off the train at some ...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

COURSING. A meeting of the Quorn Cours ing Club was held at the Trans continental Hotel on Saturday evening last. The balance sheet of the previous meeting was read by the secretary fMr. R. H. Heaslipy and was adopted. A discussion ensued as to the advis ability of holding a second meet ing this year in Quorn, and it was the unanimous decision of the meeting to again run a J6 dog stake on the same grounds on Saturday week, 23th August. No.ninat'ons for same to be in secretary's hands by 8 p.m. on Wednesday, August 20. Mr J. H. French signified his intention of presenting a gold medal to the winner, for which action he was thanked. Eulogistic remarks were made to the secretary for the manner in which he carried out his duties in the previous meeting.

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THE "SAINTS" DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

THE "SAINTS" DEFEATED. -Perfect weather prevailed on Satur day for the continuation of the North Eastern Association competition, and the match set down for decision. Saints v. Ramblers, created wide Spread interest amongst district foot ball ^enthusiasts, inasmuch as the Ram blers -were the only team likely to in flict defeat on the unbeatable Saints. Both teams were well represented, hut notable players,, such as /'Shorty'' Jenkins and Hawkins, were missing from the ranks of the Saints, and the Ramblers were likewise handicapped through the absence of their captain, Bill Adams, Meadows, Dodd, Tripnev, and Olsen.. Nevertheless, both teams played a surprisingly good gante of the winter pastime, and the large crowd of spectators present were ?worked up to a high pitch of excite ment: The umpires who controlled matters Field, H. A. Williams; bound ary, T. B. King; goal, C. M. Bradley and T. Conley. The teams were: Saints.-M. T. Brennan (cap:.), E. H. Mills (vice), Cain, Clancy, Conlin...

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PREMIERSHIP POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

PREMIERSHIP POINTS. Team. P. W. L. F. A._ Saints 8 7 J £5. rijj Ramblers .... \ ^ ^ Terowir X 3 4 2W 216 Yongala .. .. > - 3 20"

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QUORN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

QUORN RIFLE CLUB. The .annual general meeting ;of the Quo*;n . Riflle Club was . held at Mr. Heaslip's hotel on . Saturday, August 2. The Captain, Mr. _ W. R Saville, was in the chair. Members present were. Messrs. R. Ascione, H. Miller, AV. ,C. Porter, C. Penrhyn, G. Jtankin; B. Treloar. *E.,fIjiddy, R. Taylor, and G. P. Bogisch (secretary). The. min« ute's of last annual meeting were read an.d ^confirmed. The secretary gave his report, showing that ~ there .were 39 members oii the roll; one member died during the year-Mr. R. Marston, who was a prominent member of the clubhand held a position as commit teeman and handicapper; 21 members classfired, 10 gained the requisite score to qualify as "marksmen," a were first-class shots 1 second-class shot, and 1 third-class shot in B grade. In A grade four members re mained in second1 grade. The balance sheet showed receipts £2fi 9/7, and expenses \£ 17 7/2. leaving ra credit balance of .£9 2/5. The officers for the ensuing, year were elec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

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PEACE LOAN. South Australia's Quota, £2,500,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

PEACE LOAN. South Australia's Quota, £2,500,000. Out of the £25,000,000 required by the Federal Government from the Commonwealth for the Peace Loan lor repatriation and other war pur poses, South Australia has been allo cated £2,500,000. The Acting Trea surer stated, the terms last Wednes day, which are as follow: The nominal rate of interest will be 3 per cent, per annum, but a bonus to be given with the first interest pay ment would bring it up to per cent, per annum on the average for the whole period of the loan, which will be repaid at par on December 15, 1027. The official opening of the campaign will be made on August 26, and will close on December 23. The terms upon which bonds can betaken are: Ten per cent, on application, .10 per cent, on November 3, 1919, 20 per cent, on Decerrfber 3, 1919, 20 per. cent, on January 6, 1920,.20 per cent, on February 4, 1920, 20 per cent, on March 4, 1920. All or any of the in stalments may be prepaid. Bonds will be issued for £l0, £50. £10...

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To-Day & To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

To-Day & To-morrow The Grand Fair -will ba opened to-day At 3 p.m. by the- Hon. j. G. Bice (Chief . Secretary). The members of both Houses of Parliament for the district are expected to be present. There will be no less than thirteen different stalls, all decorated with the colours .* the Australian fighting 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 26, after noon and evening. The Federal Band will discourse sweet music outside the hall each evening, and Prof. Bennett's orchestra will please the inside pat rons with their usual completeness. Providing the day is suitable, Satur day promises to be one of the red letter. days of. the town. A monster pageant will be formed at the Peace Arch. This will consist of .military, footballers, returned soldiers, :boy scouts, girl guides, Federal Band, 2ona- Band, decorated motor cars, trollies, tab...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. THE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

NOBTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. THE APPEAL. The findings, of the Appeal Board this "week, in the case of. United v. Ramt>lers, - were-:-"That - the protest be upheld,; Ramblers tp ? lose the two points and same be given to the Unit eds; percentage scores- to ^remain as they are." This was a unanimous rote.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

The General Secretary of the Farmers and Settlers' Association of N. S. Wales, Mr. T. I. Campbell, one of the best known commercial citizens of Sydney, writes his opinion of Clements Tonic because he says it merits it ' Farmers ud Settlers' Association of N.S.W., 7 O'Connell Street, Sydney, 27.7/10 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Knowing the value of Clements Tonic from personal use and ex perience, I do not hesitate to give my opinion of it, simply putting into words what i have so'often spoken. "I believe it to be a very fine nerve and blood tonic.« I know that it has benefited be greatly. At various periods my duties are exceptionally heavy, involving great mental and nervous Strain, and I have always found your medicine of the greatest value to me, having singularly invigorat ing and recuperative properties. " I make a point of recommend ing Clements Tonic to many of my friends, as I feel desirous of enabling others to benefit by my personal experience." I am, Sirs, yours sincerely, IT 1s ...

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The "Times" Medal. Meet Popular Footballer. Good Progress 5807 Votes Cast. 10 for the Strongest Voters. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 15 August 1919

The " Timss"Medal. V:":- ? : Hilt Popular Footballer. Gittd Progress. 5807 Vo.tM C*»t. -v. ? .." * ?.- ? " ': i . ' - - . >. . ... -r* . V - iO/.fer tire Sbwifest Voters. ; f wing to some mis utidere tand ing, we have been unable to get a full list of the yoting this week, butnext week are expecting a heavy poll, and in consequence are giving 10/"worth of votes to the one secuing thej^ost voles for ifae week (including those sent in this .week), .so we trust that en thusiasts will Tally round and put in heavily for this 120, votes for'their favorite. Out of the 397 votes sent in, this week, Taylor topsthe list -with 388, Dixon se curing 108,and Coombes 1. This, places Taylor into the third pos ition, the totals at present being : P.: Dixon (Saints) 2152 8. Gay {United) \ 1278 : Tom TayJor (Ramblers) 1174 F. H*wk (Terowie) 1017 ' . v JceiCoombe* (Saints) 50 M£^6S**{Ranibi*r«) ''46' Bill Ad&xns ' <Ratnbler») - 23 - ? & Tripaey " 25 - Johnstone (Yongaia) 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

PETERBOROUGH ANNUAL Railway Picnic! To be held in Mr. R. A. Bohme's Grounds, Ucolta, on Saturday, 4th October A GOOD DAYS OUTING. SPECIAL TRAINS AS FOLLOWS:- Peterborouh. dep. 9 and 10.15 a.m.. returning from Picnic Ground 5.25 and 6.45 p.m. Further train ar^ rangements will be advertised at a later date. FARES-Per rail, including' Ground: General Public, 1/6 return, plus tax; Children, under 14 years, Half Fare. Ground only, 6d., plus tax; Children under 14 years, 3d., plus tax. SPECIAL TICKETS provided for Railway Employees and their Families, which will be issued at the Station. Provisions will be obtainable on Grounds. No firearms allowed on Ground. Any person damaging Tress on Picnic Ground will be Prosecuted. HOT AND COLD WATER PROVIDED. PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. First Race to Start at 11 a.m. Sharp. 1. Novice Handicap, 100 yards.-For competitors "who -have never won a pjrize over the value of £l 10/. First, £l 5/; second, 10/; third, 5/. Nom. l/, accept 1/. 2. Youths' Sheffield (u...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 27. LONE PINE. (The Editor publishes without alteration, this chapter written in Lone Pinie trenches when the campain was at its its height.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

. C£f£Af>rER 27. LONE1 PINE. . {The Editor publishes without altera tion, this "chapter, written in Lone Pinie trenches whejn the campain was at its its .height) '' 'Flies-3: Who hasn't cursed 'em. For diivers ages the darned little birds, (or are they animals) ? have came in for abuse of various brands. The maid with the'duster finds bne in the draw ing room and""with much shooing and - flicking, rushes the , intruder outside. There's" a divil'of a buzzing going on as T write, and it brings back the memory of a ? certain'< suburban hamshop, open the door, and you're met by a cross be tween a buzz, and a whizz, as if many electric ".fans are on the job, but after looking for the necessary breeze, your eye would alight on to about a dozen fly papers, 'sttewn around the snow white- boards' and marble, covered with ah excited and wtangling mass of the little black t>ounders, all yappinig, and creating more din than the State Legis lature. I used to think that the aver ...

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CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

CHAPTER XXVII. "There is rongh water Mow lb at bend in tbe river," eriod Vassily. ""Don't you lieM' it roaring over tbe rocks ? We shall be drowned when we reach there." "No.: not if vre can gain that point of Land yo'-l ^r " fleciarea Pushkin. "I ootk rrr.ni'.i.ip.s ! We are surely go in^ t-> pass close by it. There is jr.st one chance for life. Be ready when the time comes." The rocky promontory that Push tin indicated was several hundred yards distant, and just at the bend of the river. It jutted out at least a hundred feet, arid the current seem ed to ba sweeping tbe ice floes direct ly towards it. .Below the point lay the head of the "rapidB, and the drift ice could be plainly seen plunging down among rocks and great waves. "It is a slender chance," said Vas sily. "I doubt if the ice will hold together long enough." "It is thick and solid," replied Pushkin, stamping his foot. " It won't go to pieces this side of the rapids. A bold leap will save us, comrades, provided no cro...

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