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

CHAPTER XXVI. The .addition of Vassaly to thepar ty strengthened the chances ot es cape. He was armed with a sword and a brace of revolvers. He had a good sum of money with him, and he was thoroughly acquianted with Cran brook's plan and with the topogra phy of the Yenisei river. Only an occasional word was spok en as the fugitives passed on through the -dense forest, still keeping paral lel with the river. Pushkin tramped ahead, and Alexis and Yassily follow ed with Helen between them. They heard no sound of pursuit in then . rear, and when an.faour had gone.by they concluded -that Cranbrook had been able to head the Cossacks ofi in wane other, direction. They were sat isfied, however, that this relief would be only temporary. In spite of the utmost precaution, their feet: left a plain trail on the belts of snow that were scattered everywhere about the forest. Sooner or later the Cossacks would discover these tell-tale tracks. "Can't we take to the water for .a few hours ?" asked P...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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(Copyright) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

(Oopyrigiifc); m THE NAME OF THE CZAR. : . . > . ' -a By WILLIAM MURRAY GRAYDON, Author ot "Vera Shaxnarin," "The House ot urfanoff," &c. PART 20. "'The CoBsacfcs arecoming," cried Cranbrook, hoarsely. : "There is not an instant to lose. Ton and your companions .most flee at once, Alexis. Don't miss a* word of my instruc tions. Vivian is with ine, and we are going to save you all. We have char tered a steamer, and will start down the river from Yeniseisk as soon as possible. It is the Czarina. Remem ber ;the name. Get as far ahead of HQ as you can, and if yon take to the water, travel only iy night. Here is what money I have about me. Use it Sparingly and pradently." He gave Alexis & handful of gold. .'And where is your brave com rade ?" lie went on. - "Ah, this is Pushkin ? Well, say treaty fellow, you also heard my instructions. Bear them in mind, 11 we ever get away from this infernal country, I will make you independent for life. Now go," he added, turning aga...

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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Keen Competition. 9987 Votes Cast. 7/6 for the Strongest Voters. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

The; "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Keen Competition. 9987 Votes Cast. 7/6 for the Strongest Voters. As we anticipated last week the com petition for tbe 101 prize was very keen during tbe week, a total of 4170 votes having come to hand from the Saints, Ramblers and United#. Out of this* num ber, Dixon ran out an easy winnet, with 2745 votes (which, added to his last .week's total, 108, makes a total of 285S ; for the fortnight); Gay was next with' ? 780. but Taylor secures second place a* he sent in 643 this week and 288 last, a total of 930 ;"Coombes also secured 3 this 'week. Terowie still hangs oft, no figures having reached us from there for three weeks. The number of votes cast to date total 9977. For next week we offer a prize of 5/ for the highest votes tor the week and 2/6 for the second highest.^ Dixon now has a substantial'lead of 2839 from Gay, to which has to be added the prize won this week-120 votu-making his lead 2959, and his grand rota) 5017. Ramblers, Dni...

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250 £10 Pound Note Effort. The List Growing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

250 £10 Polled Note Effmt. The List Growing. Arc You In It? ? Progressive Totals. Hospital Committee (incomplete) 1 Jones, S. D. (Mayor) £10 -2 -Dickson,-S. ' . . .10 3 Dickson Bros. 10 4 Dr. -Clarke '? r 10 5 Dr. Clarke io 6 Dr. G-oode 10 7 Dr. Goode 10 Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 Hoile, E. 10 Hoiler, E. J; 10 Phillips, -G. -IV Goudie, R. W. . , 10 ... Goudie, R. VVi 10 14 Bowering, J- JV. lw 15 Bowe'rtng, J. . W. .' io 16 Jamieson, A. 10 17 Both, M. R. ./. 10 18 Bills, L; J. . . 10 19 Shakes, H. £5 Benfiefd,' H. 5 10 20 Hatnlyn, J. 5 Brandt, E. , S 10 21 Bohtne, R. A. 10 88. Frith, F. H. ; JO Wald, D. 3 5? . Dodd, E. F. s 0 10 Shopp and Businesses. 23 , Cox, E.. R. io 24 Cox. Ml*?"... '/! - 10 25 Dobbie.'E.A:. 10 S6 Cousins, E. A- -10 27 Chinner, T:"H. m 28 O'Loughlin, J. - _ 10 29 Leonard, "M., 5 5 Steinke, JE.'';E. 5 5 10 10 30, Shackltfprd, 5 Wilson, 5 io 31 Porter, A. A. ' 5 lo " Brauer & Sons - 5 10 32 Potter,' E. B.~ a ® - «? Jenkins, .Gep., X 3 Stringer, Rev. T. W. 3 2...

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FOOTBALL. Quorn V Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

FOOTBALL. Quorn Y Peterborough. Owing-to there being no Association match sett down for Saturday (*o-morrovf) at Peterborough, arrangements have been made for the Albion Club from' Quorn to visit us to play a combined team selected from the taints andUriit ed Clubs. Play will commence 2:45 on the Show Grounds, and a large crowd is *xpected to be present to witness a. good game/ Admission 6d. plus. tax.

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THE FAIR CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

THE FAIR CONTINUED. In the evening: the hall was crowded to the doors, and threat interest cen tred in the voting for the Lest stall the handsome amount cf '£73 15/5 being raised by this means. The poll resulted as follows: - Jumble Stall 6116 £25 9 8 Floorers 4(518 19 4 10 Sweets 1860 7.15 0 Tea Boom 1300 5 8 4 Art 1161 4 16 9 C*ke - 738 3 1 ii Fancy 660 2 J15 0 Fairy Well 448 1 1? 4 Plain 444 1 IT 0 Produce 360 1 10 0 Total 17.705 £73 15 5 The subscription iist is yet (ar from complete, but we \rust that in the course of a week or so, it will be add ed to sufficiently to Sppiy for the sub sidy. , . \ The duties of secretary of the fa;r were in the capable hands of Mr*. H. S. Only, who is to be compliment ed upon the result or the fair. Mr. S. W. Pickson is general secretary o the Hospital Committee, and Mr. M. R. Both assistant secretary. The Federal Band rendered selec tions outside the ha'.i on both evenings. . THE ILLUMINATIONS. Special mention must be made of the magnificent i...

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DAWSON v. OODLAWIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

DAWSON v. GOD LAW! RRA. The above match was played at Dawson on Saturday last in warm but lovely weather. Oddlawirra had a. full "team.out, whilst Dawson were minus" eight of their usual players, biit made the team up by playing men with hoary hair-some near , and some over the half-century. One noticed among 1 . the Dawson team E. W. Smart, W. Kennedy, S. Smart, and Bob PugJi All of these' men are a good age, but played exceptionally good football, and"" madepit very awkward for their oppo nents. The. home team bad an easy vein, and had the 'better of the play throughout,, the final scores being: Dawson, 8-5; Oodlawirra, 2-3. Best players for winners were Era Smart . ' (best on the ground), Snowy Smart, Peters. (2), ..Nestor, Watlans, and Shattock. For Ipsers: G. Miller, Fog arty. (2), Wa.tldns, Hawkins,-and G. 'Smart. Mr. H. Davis had cfearge of the game, and 5s to be commended oil -. : his fair and impartial decisions. " The ? Dawson ladies, very ^kindly provided ' .;a#t«rnoorf -...

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

DON'T DELAY. Some -People Have Found Thai Neglect is Dangerous. The slightest symptom of kidney trouble is far too serious to be over looked. It's the small, neglected troubles that so often lead to serious kidney ailments. That pain in the small of your back; that urinary ir regularity; those headaches and dizzy spells; that weak, weary worn-out feeling: may be nature's warning of kidney weakness. Why risk your life by neglecting those symptoms? Reach tlve cause of the trouble while there vet is time; begin treating your kidneys with a tried and proved kidney remedy. No need to experi ment-Doan's Backache Kidney Pills hive been successfully used in thou sands of cases, and are used and re commended throughout the civilized world. Read this testimony: Mr. T. Holland, .late of Main street, Petersburg, and who is now serving at the Front, - says:-"I was a con stant sufferer from kidney trouble and backache for years. I would fre quently have to stay in bed for days at a time, and on o...

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THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

V THE CiftlEF SECRETARY AT PETERBOROUGH/ -Tbe.Ch^ J- G. ;; B ice) pai d ;4..:yisit; to the town on Fri ; jday ,_/pr ti|e {purpose of opening the; .fair "in connection .with the 'Hospital funds.. Hg'was -accompanied by Mr. G.. F. jenVins. M.P. They were met at -the. station by the Mayor (Mr. S. P- Jones}" and Cr. -S. W. Dicklon <,hon.> secretary -.Hospital Committee). Theparty were motored to--the pro posed site' for the. Hospital, which is situated north of the town,' about three-quarters of a mile from the post offipe.. VUhe land is on* a rise, and comprises, about six acres, which has been givjeri'free by Mr. J. Cochrane, of. Grant" Avenue, Rose Park, who previously resided n^ar the town. Mr. Bice, was .'favourably, impressed with the site,:-and thought it admirable for the. purpose. The Town Hall was reached, at '8 p.m., and Dr. Goode (President, of the Hospital Commit .tee) introduced ilr. Bice to the large ' audience/',present, and asked him to declare the fair op...

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PROCESSION AND FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

PROCESSION AND FOOTBALL. On Saturday afternoon, a large pro cession was formed at die arch iu £ront of the town hall, and marched to the show grounds in the following Order:-The Federal Band (bandmas ter H. Braner), the Mayor (S. D. Jones, Esq.), and members of tht Town Council, Scouts (Mr. Manuel), Girl Guides (Miss Groves), School children (Mr. J. C. W. Mundy and assistants), Zona Band, Friendly So cieties, Red Cross Society, decorated motor cars, tableaux, general public. Arrived, at the grounds, there -rcre numerous attractions to while '.away - . the afternoon, principal .among which, were a football match and . a buckjumping contest Afternoori :tea was provided by the'ladies of the tea -rooms, and_-. . this was well patronised. A- good ex hibition .of buckjumping jsras given, the prize being a gold medal, presented by R. A. Bohme, ESQ . which was won . by Mr.. Robinson, who. was .fortunate enough to draw the best , backer in the stalls, and who sat him remarkably veil. The foo...

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COWS! AND—COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

COWS! AND-COWS. Mr,; SuU*r, Government Dm'ry. Ex pert.jvas lecturing recently at one of our northern towns. A general store keeper,. who was finding life a pretty« cdttcern,: <>cc«ipi-;J the chair; trorrrhis watery eyes nv.l njuddled, at ? Tttu3e"-we should ssy he had stowed awsy*severa! ginger oeers before pre siding.- * Mr. -Suter got going finely to his*-big audience' of farmers, and strik- . ing*ttc table forcibly, lie said. "There arf.TOvvswho, can't pay; there are covsr.who never pay, and cows who _ ney^r will - pay:" . The chairman's muxi&led : voice reached all oyer the hall. right, >ol<i man-^. the hairs^^ll"of -*eijii''

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Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. "Red Letter Hospital Days" Fair, Procession, Football, Illumination. A Splendid Effort. £500 Raised. Progressive Total over £2,500. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Fair, Procession, Football, Illumination. A Splendid Effort. £500 Raised. Progressive Total over £2,500. Friday, and Saturday last will-long be remembered in Peterborough, as the coiisuxnation of a. long 'effort to raise furids for the erection of an up-, ro-date hospital at the most important » junction town in the State. That such an effort is now- necesary is a standing disgrace to past Governments, and . 5 the apathy of the residents of the town and district. Several attempts ; were made in the past by energetic townsmen to bring- about such a ne cessary adjunct to the district, but - their efforts were not backed up by the district, so their labors were part . ly in vain. The Government were approached for a public hospital, as such an important Government centre, warranted such a step, but. all to no purpose. In 1914, a . fresh start was made, but the war brought other pressing needs, and,the project vrtm Qnc.e. .more shelved for further action r A...

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

Domett & fisher, Ltd., amalgamating,, Bennett & Fisher and Cheadle, Crase ^ and Co. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, WOOL and PRODUCE BROKERS Head Office-ADELAIDE. Branch and Country Markets: , Mt. Barker, Naime, Murray Bridge, Wfllunga, NormanvUle, Peterborough, and Port Adelaide Wool Store. Weekly Sales, ADELAIDE. ABATTOIRS " Mondays-Cattle. . . Wednesdays-^-Sheep, Lambs, Pigs and Calves. Mondays-Sheep Skins, Rabbit Skins, Hides, etc. PETERBOROUGH MARKET. . Third Thursday, monthly. liberal Cash Advances made against the coming Clip and Produce. Peteitorough Market. 1,280 SHEEP 1,280 68 CATTLE 69 39 PIGS 30 Horses and Sundries THURSDAY, AUGUST 28th, at 12.30 p.m. sharp. Elder, Smith & Co., LIMITED, - will offer by auction, as under: 200 fat wethers, 50 fat wethers, 100 ewe hoggets,. 200 Merino ewes, 1 year, off shears; "300 Merino hoggets,-good lot: 200 Merino ewes, .iambs at foot; 90 Merino ewes, lambs at foot: 40 fait iambs, 100 forward wethers 13 fat steers, 10 fat c...

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

FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. - Insurance. Company, Ltd. A purely Australasian Company, authorised capital, £2,-000,000. ?r;'£«ry description of Property, . in i|3yding -HAYSTACKS and GROW l^G ' CROPS, insured at Lowest Current Rates! DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra Premium. Employers protected against their . liability' for accidmt* their workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. - ^ S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. The Ikrtial Ointment for CATARRH, PILES BURNS, COUGHS COLDS, Etc. Price, 1/«S. All Chemists and Stores or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., 18 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seed* and .Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc,; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nar tery Stock of every description. Orna mental Trees, Shru...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919. Local and General News S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as'follows:-11. Matins: 7, Evensong, Rev."H. David son. Hospital Funds.-The Secretary of the fair (Mrs. H. S. Onley) acknow ledges the following:;-Mrs. ersay, £5; Miss Stephenson, £2 2/;. Goode, Durrant & Co., £2 "2,1; Grif fiths* goods valued £l l/. Ladies' NeWj Novel, Jleat Neck wear atDoWbie's. : Oance.-At the : Town -Hill Tuesday night* of last- week a.^dancc^ was held in connection ?pital;;funds. . ?.:"-Thi\fuiifctaqii'? ranged by Mesdaihes R./J. i^ya|i:?S .and M. R., Both', (conveners of '$h'<s£l .flower stall). A vote' was -taken' -as ; to the most -graceful dancers. 3iiss' Anij. Uawn ' and Mr. R] Schurnati . were the winners, and each -was' pre-: se'nted by the M^yor , CMh: S. ; D. Jpnes) with _a v prize, the gift of Messrs. E. Hoilfe and F. Sack. Mr. P., Arj3on Tvas ' M.G.,; 'ind the music . was supplied -by . Miss -Potter and Mr. 'ffankel. . V-':)/ ''.....

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

Religious bervices. Catholic.-Holy "Mass, 8 'and- 11 Peterborough. Usual Evening Ser vice, 7, Peterborough. . 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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THE TEMPLE OF THE MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

THE TEMPLE OF THE MIND. The citadel -of thought, The temple of the mind. Where destinies are wrought And life's enactments bind. These spirit promptings should. Illuminate the whole With rays of light to flood > The temple of the soul. Kind sentiments contrive Emotions to dictate To keep the heart alive With virtues that elate. (Instinctive merit lies ; La mental confidence, fWhere reason's laws devise ) Astute intelligence. The temple of the mind T<j God should dedicate 'Its service, there assign'd ' New grace to supplicate. The sacrifice of. love An offering should ;be, Of pleading voice to move ,The Supreme Deity. Creation's masterpiece, ^ The temple of the mind, EteraaTfatet-decrees ; .. Eventually ? ?;

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BOOLERO CENTRE. August 8, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

BOOLERO CENTRE. August 8, 1919. We have had various small rains, interlarded with promises of abundant falls to come, anti the existing green of Nature is kept alive, but is not thriving. It wants a few inches of celestial moisture to put things right. It will come, but echo answers come! Farmers are feeling depressed, like their crops, and are murmuring in droughtful prophecy of worse to come. That's the way with farmers. When it's raining plentifully and everything is booming, they think it is sure to keep doing it, and when the reverse scale conies up and things look bad they feed their fancies on a continuity of, calamatousness; but they should know from experience that variety is die law of Nature-what is, is likely to change, and what is not, is what is coming. Some fallowing is progress ing under unsatisfactory conditions of soil for such, and many are just feed ing their stock, and looking up to hea ven. with a sneer at the dryness there of-; and waiting for the coming of th...

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. August 15.-By the Broken Hill ex press this evening Ptes. I. Elliott and F. Jogo returned from abroad. The local brass band played "Home, Sweet Home" as the train drew into the sta tion. The Rev. J. A. H. Andrews welcomed the soldiers on behalf oi the residents of the town and district, after which they were tfotored to their homes.

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HOW TO ENCOURAGE EFFICIENCY. State and Private Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919

HOW TO ENCOURAGE EFFI CIENCY. State and Private Enterprise. (By a Democrat.) One of the greatest bugbears of the workers is unemployment. To be out ox work is a disaster to the working man. It is equally disastrous to the country. Rven a machine cannot run without power and the fuel that makes it. Far worse is it with the worker, whose efficiency is almost as depen dent upon his spirit as upon his bodily , condition. Unemployment not only impairs his physique; it demoralizes him. He is filled with discontent. Such a worker is inevitably less effi~ cient than his well-fed, continuously occupied fellow. No employer would hesitate if he had a choice between the two types. No country would ef fectively compete with its rivals if it based its production upon ill-fed and demoralized workers. Xo civilized community can main tain a high standard of life,' or make steady progress, without an increas ing production of wealth and a social organization that makes for general happiness and conte...

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