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CARRIETON. August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919
CARRIETON. August 12. Carrieton is truly alive at last, or at least certain of its inhabitants are. The long forgotten tennis club has been unearthed, or resurrected, and the rennis courts appeared quite gay 011 the opening day, when members turned out in flannels for the occasion, and the ladies very kindly provided aueruoon tea. - On Thursday night the Methodist people of Carrieton were treated to a line lecture by that greatly travelled missioner, the Rev. J. Pearce. His views of different parts of the world were educating and instructive, ,On Monday night great consterna tion was caused amongst the residents . wSien huge reflections were noticed in southern skies. The old cronies said that it was the millennium sure; others that the whole of Adelaide was on tire; hut with all the speculation rife the "shrewd heads" lost no sleep, as they recognized it as the Aurora Australis. Pre. Claude Radford has again re turned to our midst, and the residents are looking to the committee to ...
HAWKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919
HAWKER. August 'i-;--\ meerirt' o: own ers ;uid other* interested was held in site Foresters' Hall, li was conven ed on account of poisoned baitr iieimj dropped about the township, by which a number of valuable dogs have been poisoned. Mr. B. M.ansom presided over an attendance of about 30. Mr. C". Fid wards was elected secretary. It was resolved to offer a reward of £.'>&lt;> for information which will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who have laid poisoned baits Tin* following \tfere appointed an ex ecutive committee:-Messrs. B. Man som. 1. O'Brien, John J.aragy, \Y. P. R&lt;-od. sen., R. Woolcock" G. M. Ro bertson, D. O'Connell, and C. Ed wards. Stoekowners are to be asked to >:o-operate.
THE MAN ON THE LAND AND THE SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919
THE MAN ON THE LAND AND . THE SOLDIER. 4 " The following letter is published by the local .Repatriation Committee, . who feel that its contents will go -far to help the sol* dier settlment policy in Soutij/Australia: Gentlemen.-It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the Hon. Minister of Re patriation has given his permission for me to work in close co-operation with your com mittee in connection with the settlement of sftldiers on the land. Judging by the recent Repatriation Conference held in Adelaide there is no room for doubt that this is your desire also, and 1 firmly believe that we shall now be able to look forward to a' greater measure , of success in handling the scheme. The task is of such magnitude, and the prob vlem so intricate and varied that it is imposs ible to evolve a scheme that could prove satis factory worked entirely from the city, no matter how capable and experienced the offi cers handling it. The experience of the man on the spot, his sympathy with the...
A SALTED CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919
A S ALTED,'^CL.kT M The ed not -goods . shed" . whett . H&e . ."big^ dances" are -held: Man . wi^i'? the- ^Miner's RiglU^Otmatfed his intention of pro cee(|^ng- suong the- Hne TwKich chases the ' setting .. sun" - to', inspiect a salt lease. "Why," said" the man with the sleepy eyes, ""do yon travel^hun dreds of miles, when you have Salt 'fire}" "Salt ''er'vwhat do: yotf mean?" "Ex actly what I say.-. Salt 'ere,- and quite close, to;'your partner's property; 4hbjaid^sa3rv/ "Does he know&lt;ab6ut it?" sUspicipusly ieiiquired. the ; Rig^it.V'He yo«' the jje#s gently," mate;. the name/of. 'Ae^jfc£e,V»s ipeit S-a-l-t-i-a; bat pro-. riouncediiJoe 'Salt 'ere*; - now r?' but he liad "to pOlka-mazuirka over the . sUppery ~fl6br ^of. the goods&lt;shed 4o avoi&lt;f the shower of twitch slides, l)Eil&lt;^|Vi^lcs>'" aLhd.fScales weights -and .? .-? pther*^v«ghit^'V at hlsjV, and -"S&lt'-'ere^was derjsively ytond^e^choo) hou^e.'^nd disappear P.1...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 22 August 1919
OBITUARY. Mr. E. A.. Wilton (Ted), leading lioilermaker at the Peterborough Loco Shops, died on Sunday morn ing at the. age of 41 years, from double pneumonia. Deceased had re sided here for nearly twenty years, and was highly r-r-jpr. t_-.l py r.il who kne^'him. He was a member of the hoard of management of the Co-ope rative Stores, a prominent Druid, and trade unionist. The funeral, which was a very large one, took place ojj Monday afternoon, the Druids' Lodge and railway men inarching in front of the hearse. The Rev. S. Boweringx officiated at the graveside, and Mr. I'. Prince read the Druids' funeral ser vice. Deceased leave? a widow, two sons, and an adopted child, for whom the deepest sympathy i; expressed 011 all sides. The death is announced of Mr. John Walter Elake, late Sub-Inspector of Mounted Police. He was born at Milang in 1854. and had been station ed at Port Lincoln, Elliston. Port Germein. Crystal Brook. Kadina, and Peterborough. Before his illness he was for 15 mon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 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 a.m., returning from Picnic Ground 5.25 and 6.45 p.m. Further train ar rangements will be advertised at a laler date. FAli.ES-Per rail, including Ground: General Public, 3/6 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 oil (grounds. No firearms allowed on Ground. Any person damaging Tress on Picnic Ground will be Prosecuted. HOT AND COLD fcVATER PROVIDED. PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. First Race to Start at 11 a.m. Sharp. 1. Novice Handicap, 4.00 yards.-For competitors who have never won a Bwze over the value of £l 10/. First, £l 5/; second, 10/; third, 5/. Nom. i/, accept 1/. 2. Youths* Sheffield (under ...
'Memories' CHAPTER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
: Written - tspeciilljr for "Tht Peter» bur* Times" by 1. A. Clark*. CHAPTER 28. September found the British on our left in a consolidated'position, and our front extended from seven to about twelve miles, and as usual, we siecm to naturally retire into the' settled, dreamy methods of siege warfare. The new landing created quite a diversion in Constantinople, and, according to an authority, the Turko-German press there give some interesting- details re garding the new move. The journal in question contributes an article by a German officer, who emphasises the fe rocity of the fighting on the Peninsu la. Several German officers who had fought in other theatres of the cam paign, assert that it is unparalleled by any of their experiences elsewhere. The writer continued: The landing at Suvla liay was undoubtedly a surprise to the Turks, who, probably owing to its being the last week of the Feast of Ramazan, kfcpt'so bad a watch that no body saw the approach of the fleet of transports, w...
CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
CHAPTER XXVIIi. Donstadt was a. stcaggling settle ment with a population of. several hundred. Its military force compris ed an officer and .tes Cossacks, and at the present time half of the latter were scouring the up-river country for fugitives from Yeniseisk. Captain Beraoff-for that waa his name-took Vaseily'e :' party to the village inn, where the proprietor and hie wife quickly provided' the drench ed ones with dry clothes. Then - all were seated at a large table, spread with tempting food. Captain. BernoB looked on from a comfortable Mat by the fire, and plied Vassily with ques tions, all of which were' unhesitating ly answered. "Yon had a rough night of it," he said. "I don't wonder that you are all hungry." "We are nearly famished," replied Vassily, "and as we have a long ride before us we had better ' make' sure of something to eat on~ihe way." He began stuffing his pockets with bread and meat, and his companions w«re quick to follow his example. "You want to start for Yeni...
The Times FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 3919. Local and General News At the Orroroo Agricultural So ciety's meeting- on Friday, a resolu tion wag put thai no show be held tlijs year, but it found no favour, and the show will be held on October 1st. During the week we have had seve .ral showers of. rain, but very light, arid the weather is keeping very cold. Av good downpour is what is wanted now*, as the heayy frosts have retarded the growth of the grass. St. Peter's Church.-The services next Sunday will be:-8 a.m.. Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Sung Eucharist; 7 p.m., Evensong. Celebrant & Preach er will be, Rev. H. Williams, Rector of Crystal Brook, and Organising Secretary of Bishop's House Fund.. Onkaparinga Blankets at Special Prices at Bobbie's Sale. Supper and Dance.-The aiinual long night dance, under the auspices of the Federal;Band, will be held in the Town Hall oi} Tuesday, 16th prox. The cater ing wijl fcje in" the hands of Steinke Bros., and popular gripes wijl be chai£e&lt;). Th...
(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
(Copyright) f ^ THEIIAMJEOF THE CZAR. By WILLIAM MURRAY GRATDON, Author of ?'Vera. Shamarin,"' 'The . House of Orfanofl," &c. PART 21. "I forgot about that village," ex claimed Alexis. "Here come the peo ple ; we. shall be captured in a, mo ment." ' ' J . "Not a'ive, though," declaredPush kin. "Our rifles are wet, 'but we" can use tfcem for clubs. I have yours, cojnrade. Take it." He handed the weapon to.Alexis.' , "Hold -cn," cried Yassily. "I have juet thought of a plan that may save us. Ijfave everything to me. . Your weapons, Alexis, quick !" He- hastily took possession of them. "No-; keep >ours, l*usJikinIv he.'added, "Remem ber, you n.ro all my "prisoners.'' An oiiieev and tWo Cossacks ap peared on the crest of -the ridge, fol lowed by a motley throng of ': pea-, s&nts. Vaefily boldly advanced to ii-.idt them. ' " "Can you give-my party a change of elotLes and something to eat?" he at>ked. "We made, a narrow escape lioisi rinsing over your rapids. I lmve ...
250 £10 Pound Note Effort. The List Growing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
250 £10 Pound Note Effort. The List Growing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. Hospital Committee (incomplete) 1 I ones. S. D. (Mayor) £10 2 Dickson, S. 10 if Dickson Bros. lu 4 Dr. Clarke 10 5 Dr. Clarke 10 6 Dr. Goode 10 7 Dr. Goode 10 is Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 9 Hoile. E. 10 30 Hoile. I£. 10 31 Phillips. G. 10 32 Goudie, R. \Y. 10 3.'! Goudie, R. W. 10 14 Bowering-, J. \V. 10 3.', lowering, j. W. 10 3(i Jamieson. A. 10 IT Both. M. R. 10 38 Bills. L. ). 10 3 9 Shakes. H. P. £5 Benfield. H. 5 10 20 Ham'.vn. 1. g Brandt. E. g 30 2] Unlmie. R. A. 10 22 Frith. F. H. 10 Wald, ! >. :i ;i Dodd, E. F. 0 30 Shops and Businesses. S3 Cox. E. R. 10 ~4 Cox. M. 10 2.5 Uobbie, E. A. 10 2&lt;> Cousins, E. A. 10 ~~ Chinner, T. H. 10 as O'Loughlin, t. 10 £9 Leonard. M. 5 5 Steinke, E. E. 5 5 10 10 .70 Shackleford, E. 5 Wilson. J as. j i.j 31 Porter. A. A. 5 10 Brauer & Soils 5 10 32 Potter. E. B. S3 Jenkins, Geo. 2 2 Stringer, Rev. J. W. 2 2 TavJor, H. 3 2 Smith, \V. H. 4 2...
DON'T GET ALARMED [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
DON'T GET ALARMED Tf your children get whooping cough. Keep up their strength will? nourishing food and give Chamber lain's Cough Remedy in frequent doses. If you do this the attack will be over in five or six weeks, instead of running through the winter. We have never known Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to fail to give relief, no matter how severe the attack ->f whooping -cough has, been. Sold by all storekeepers; GINGER BREAD-1 lb. flour, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon soda, l teacup treacle, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 cup boiling water or milk, sugar to taste, 1 teaspoon grated ginger. Melt butter in hot milk and^-treacle. Pour . over, all dry ingredients. . £a.k«for a little store than sui hear.
Your Name Next, Please. COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
Your Name Next, Please. COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. .'.l-j'thly meeting- hel&lt;? ut Pcri'.r.. Oodla Wirra, on August m. Pre sent-Crs. G. L. Ferguson (.chair). E. Darragh. C. H. Meyers, H. Davies. P. McEHster, and H. \V. Rasmus. Mjmites of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence - From secretary for Lands re application for permis sion to transfer perpetual lease Xo. 12S?61. held by F. P. Keats >r estate of J: G FlaneJ (deceased), stc tions 56 and TlF., Gumbowie. From Local Government Department, ad vising approval of a special grant of 100 for district roads, damaged by floods, and that a special gTant would he considered for deviation, on Daw son to Oodlawirra main roatj, when the council had obtained the land re quired. From Central Board of Health, re circulat dated 16/0/1,9. From Local Government Dept. advis ing that a further advance of £200 on main road grant for 1919-20 will be paid. From same re payment of Commonwealth gift for employment of returned sol...
HOSPITAL FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
HOSPITAL FAIR. We regret that a slip in our report of the Hospital Fair last issue caused the omission of the name of the Pre sident of the Ladies" Committee (the Mayoress, Mrs. S. D. Jones), who worked very hard, in conjunction with the secretary, in the arranging of the fair. We apologize to. the ladies for the omission; Since our report was published the following amounts have been handed to the secretary. Mr. S. W. Dickson: By Mrs. Bowering. fancy stall, £3 6/; Mrs. Carruthers, produce stall, £2 5/; Zona Band, £2 18/10; Ladies" Collect ing Committee. £6 0/6; Girl Guides, £2: sale of buttons, £ll 5/.
The Prime Minister & Sir Joseph Cook Returning Home. Hearty Welcome at Peterborongh. "Australia Best Place on Earth." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
^Hearty Welcome at Peterborongh. '' Australia Best Place on Earth/' In response to a request from the Mayor and Citizens of Peter borough, the Hon. W. M. Hughes j consented to have hie special train stopped at Peterborough to allow of a welcome being extended ftp him 'upon . his . return from Europe. The station was gaily decorated with bunting and the " flags of the Allies, and as the ti'ain passed the distant signal - sbe whistles at the' loco works heralded the approach of the Prime Minister and party. As the train drew up the Mayor (S. IX Jones, Esq.) met the distin guished visitor and introduced him to the Mayoress, Mrs. Jos. Henderson (Traffic Supt.'s wife), the councillors, Rev. Melbourne, returned soldiers and the citizens, and extended on behalf of the citizens a hearty welcome back to Australia and alijo a welcome to Peterborough. They recognised in the years passed the great work Mr. Hughes had done for Australia during the 4^ years of the great war. They need go no furth...
PEKINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
PEKINA. August 5.-After a glorious win against Appila-Yarrovie the previous we£k. it was with confidence that the local lads journeyed to Tarcowie on Saturday last, in spite of the fact that six of our best players were missing on account of injuries and for other reasons. The game was even, and after a strenuous battle resulted--in victory for the visitors, the final scores being: Pekina, 2 goals 4 be hinds; Tarcowie. 1 goal 7 be'hinds. The rain still hangs off, and unless a good fall is recorded in the near future, ?prospects for the coming har vest will be very poor. The wheat, though looking well in most pad docks,-is starting to run to head, and unless it soon rains it will be very poor. Feed is very backward, and stock are beginning to feel the pinch.
NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Tliere was only one match played last. Saturday in connection with the above association, when Ramblers and Yon gal a met on the ground of the latter. The game throughout wai very rough, and Umpire Mitchell was far too lenient. Each team was well represented, mid the scores were fairly even, Ramblers winning by 17 points. Best players for the winners were Shields. Adams, Blight and Brimage, whilst mont prominent for Yongala were Johnson, Howard, H. Gleesou, Couzner and Williams. The scores were 1st Quarter-Ramblers 2.4, Yongala 1.0 %atf-Time- " 3.(5, " 3.C 3rd Quarter- " '' 3.6 Final- " , 7.13, " 5.8 . ioai kickers-Ramblers, Adams (2), Quintrell (2), Taylor, J. Inglis, Hunt; Yongala, Gleeson (2), Oliver (2), Oouzner.
HOOKINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
HOOKINA. August 20.-Mr. M. B. Woods, who lias disposed of his business as a gene ral storekeeper ax Hookina, is leaving after 30 years', residence in the dis trict. Mr. W oods has been the ener getic secretary of the Hookina Sport ing Club for the past 18 years, and has also held the position of secretary of the Hookina Cricket Club. He has been a Councillor for Barndioota Ward in the Hawker District Council for 18 years, and was elected Chair man 12 months ago on the retirement of Mr. W. ]. Pymau. In all patriotic work both Mr. and Mrs. Woods took a leading part. Mr. Woods is chair man of the Hawker local Repatriation Committee. He will be greatly missed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919
AN INVESTMENT £very consideration of patriotism and duty urges support of the Peace Loan. : ^ Yet the loan has features which make it very - attractive pureh" as an investment. It vields 5 £ per cent, interest, paj+able half vearly until 1927, when the sum invested will be repaid in full. Interest and prin cipal are guaranteed by the Commonwealth Government. Invest in Peace Bonds Any Bank will help you to subscribe to the Peacc Loan, and will charge only 4 per cent, for money lent you for that pur pose. The Bank will advance 90 per cent, of the Bonds pur chased, will allow 18 months for the repayment of the money, " and will not ask for any security other.than the Bond itself. Commonwealth Treasury, August, 39ID. W. A. WATT, Treasurer. Beniiett & fisher, Ltd., amalgamating Bennett & Fisher and CheadlK, Crase and Co. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, WOOL and PRODUCE BROKERS. Head Office-ADELAIDE. Branch and Country Markets: Mt Barker, Nairne, Murray Bridge, Willunga, Normanville,...