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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

ACCIDENT. banyj Ltd. A. purely -Aiis&^SLi^npiiiiy,authorised capital, s£8,«j 00,0001. Every' description y jof >P^op.wty, in-. .idln^^i&^TAadmS -aid CROW i Jani tired it: Invest tent Rates.- iOAMAGE1 BY lljGHT^INtj-cbp^er^ d Ejctra. l^remium. Ein®4o3-jers':; ^protected .against theirli*mit;y for .. accident* ' their workme^ Lowest Rates. / Perfect «efe-urity. '?. £ Prompt Settlements. - ' : \ ? 45. A. Branch-Greirifell Street W. A. HUGHBS, Manage*. . T Agent at Peterboeough- * "i R. HEITHERlS^Y. ' OG SALVE ?SRie \ Herbal Oktant for ' CATARRH, PVLES BURNS, COUC&IS COLDS, Etc. v - Prioe, 1/6. All Chemists and Stores' or direct from BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., j 12 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, ; .NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. rHigh Quality Flower Seeds and tS&bs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets, etc.; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid ...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

Religious bervfoes. Catholic.-Holv Mass, 8 and 11 Petersburg:, and 8 and J 0.30 Yon gala. Usual evening devotions 7 Petersburg. Methodist-AJ 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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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

DEATH. WILTON.-On 17th August, at his residence,- Peterborough, Edward Albert (Ted), dearly loved husband of Amy, and loving father of Ray and Arthur, and uncle of little Ralph. Aged 41 years. So sadly missed in our home.

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FROLIC AT MORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

FRpLIC AT MORCHARD. l lie final appeal, in behalf of the Morchard State School children, was held in the Morchard Hall on TucA day nigh;t. the 12th inst.. under the promotion of the head teacher (Miss Xrirman). and took the form of a pro menade concert and fancy dress ball. Mr. W. A. Brown occupied the chair. Five of the school children recitci "Home of the Birds," Miss Edna Brown recited "The Reason Why." and Master Ira Toop "Grannie's Tale." which were very much enjoyed by the large audience, who had gath ered from all the surrounding dis tricts, as. far away as Wilmington in the west. Orroroo in the east, Black rod:, Willowie. Booleroo Whim, t.'oo mooroo. and Wallowgy. A penny voto -aas taken for the best <I;c<-sed lady and gent in fancy dres« the win ners being Miss Norman (billiards) and Mr. C. Luckraft (Afghan), and brought in about £3. The takings for the night concert and supper amounted to £14. For the nrst dance, the first set of lancers, one set was ...

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WALLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

WALLOWAY. August 23.-barrier 11. S. Robert son arrived at Walloway on Wednes day. A number of friends assembled at the railway station to give him a hearty welcome home. The station was decorated with flags and flowers. On Monday evening; a public social was tendered Farrier Robertson. There was a crowded attendance. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Lock, and addresses were given by Rev. Lock and Messrs. Robertson and Forbes. Songs were rendered by Misses Forbes. Geurin. Francis, and "Wilson. Mr. .]. W'earne and his clever little son rendered songs. Recitations were given by Mollie Kain and Doris Campbell. Cheers were given for the soldief. and the programme ended with th singing of the National An them. A supper and dance followed. The music for the dance was supplied by Misses Wilson and Fernandez, Messrs. Hooper (violin), and Wearne (piano). SlHEljS

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

OBITUARY. Mrs. Cecil Bennetts, daughter of Mrs. and the late T. Newman, of Main Street, died after a brier illness, at her residence in Cock rane Town, oil Thursday last at age of 31 years. The family have had much sickness and Mrs. Bannetts, senr., died the previous week, while Mr. Cecil is still ser iously ill. The deepest sympathy is expressed on all sides for the bereaved husband and three young children. The funeral took place at the Peterborough Cem etery oil Friday. General regret was expressed on Thursday last throughout the district, when it became known that Mr. Thomas Walker had passed away at his home at Mile End, after a lingering illness of over two years. Deceased, who was 52 years of age, came to Peterborough as a young man, in charge of the Railway Telephone Department, and remained here until a few years ago, when he removed to the City. He came north about 2 years ago to attend to some new work at Quorn, at which time he was suffering with a very heavy cold ; at Q...

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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Nearing the End. 10596 Votes Cast. Closing Date—September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

The " Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Nearing the End. 10596 Votes Cast. Closing Date-September 25. Voting this week was some what slack, and the Saints again lead with 440 votes, Taylor being next with 7i, the former securing the first prize of 60 votes, and Taylor the second, 30 votes, mak ing their respective totals 5517 and 191.8. The balance of the votes were cast as follows-H. Murphy 1, E W. Shields 1, L. Cam.l, R. Mesnil 1, M. Inglis 1, T. Clancy 1, J. Hocking 1, making a total for the week of 519. The voting will close at 4 p.m. sharp on Thursday, 25th September. The votes today are : P. Dixon (Saints) 5517 S. Gay (United) 2058 Tom Taylor (Ramblers) 1918 F. Hawk (Terowie) 10L7 JoeCoombes (Saints) 53 A. Meadows (Ramblers) 4G Bill Adams (Ramblers) 2s S. Tripney " 25 - Johnstone (Yongala) 12 ]£. Fisher (United) 7 ' M. Brennan (Saints) 6 W. Robertson (United) 3 W. Whittle (Uuited) 2 D. Carr (Saint*) 1 W. Wall " 1 F. Brimage (Ramblers) 1 F. l)odd " 1 Syd. Taylor (Saints) 1...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BRUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. BRUCE. August 20.--Privates ' a Dodgson and A. G. Day were welcomed horiic last Friday evening. A very' large gathering assembled in the goods shed, which Was tastefully decorated for the occasion.' Mr. J. G. Fraser. oc cupied the chair, aiid gave the soldiers .hearty welcome home. . -Mrs. J. A. : Wright, on behalf of the residents of Bruce, presented both soldiers with a . gold .medal, suitably inscribed. Pte. A. G. Day, who has served three and :a half -years, responded-. The Bruce roll of iionour was unveiled the same ' ctfi^inptar) of 1 unveiling. A guard of honour, was. formed by League of Loyal Women and returned soldiers. Miss O'Riley has had' four brothers fighting, one has paid' the supreme sacrifice, two have returned, and the other one is, on his way home. The roll, which is a handsome one of beaten copper mounted oil an oak frame, has :J.6 names of men who have enlisted from this district, and is hung at the local railway station. A short programme of song...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

PERSONAL During the week farewells have been tendered Mr. A. Cole, who left on Thursday to take up his new duties as postmaster at Kapunda. A full report will ap pear in next issue.

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QUORNS V. PETERBOROUGH. Honours with the Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

QUORNS V. PETERBOROUGH. Honours with the Visitors. . Dull and threatening weather pre vailed on Saturday, when the Albion football club of Quorn, tried conclu sions with a combined team of Peter borough, on the show grounds. The small crowd that congregated, in an ticipation of a . good game, were in 110 way disappointed, for the exhibition was marked 'by clean, fast football, and, although the visitors predomina ted, and finished up with 10 points to spare, the home team were not out classed by any means. Owing to in fluenza the Albions had to make up their team with local players to the extent of four men. Mr. M. Walu had charge of the game, and displayed a much better exhibition than on his previous occasion. Immediately after the bounce the locals forwarded, and Bill Brennan. receiving from Conlin. opened the ?day's scoring with the big points.. At it again, and the -home team. were keeping the Quorns on the defensive, but. it was .soon transferred, back to the centre. Habel, Gr...

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DELEGATE'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

DELEGATE'S MEETING. A meeting of delegates was liald at Peterborough oil Wednesday niglit, when the protest lodged by the Terowie Club against Uniteds for playing W. Taylor in the match on 16ih inst. was dealt with. It was decided that the match he awarded to Terowie, the final score* to remain. Mr. 1£. Mitchell was appointed central umpire for to-morrow'e semi-final match {Saints v. Terowie), and Mr. Bert. Williams will have charge the Ramblers Uuitedn match to be played on 6th prox.

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DAWSON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

DAWSON SPORTS. The Dawson Athletic Club held their annual sports meeting on Au gust 3 9. , The weather was fine, and a good crowd assembled to enjoy the day's outing, including visitors from all parts of the surrounding districts. The prize money totalled £24 15/6, and the various events were keenly con tested. Great credit is due to the energetic secretary (Mr. G. T. Wat kins). and his officials, for the excel lent arrangements made for the fix ture and the success that attended their efforts. The officials were: President, W. C. Peters. Esq.; Vice President, E. W. Smart, Esq.; Handi cappers, Messrs. W. C. Peters, S. Smart, T. Carmody; Starter, Mr. T. Wilson; Clerks of Course, Messrs. T. R. Hughes, J. A. Wilson; Judges, Messrs. J. M. Shane, C. H. Burden; Stewards. Messrs. A. Thyer, R. Pugh, C.. H. Meyers, T. Carmody, P. A. Quinn; Committee, the above officials and Messrs. G. F. Sholz and G. T. Watkins; Gatekeeper, Mr. A. S! Ful ler. The various sports events resulted , as follows;-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 29 August 1919

CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. To soothe :aira invigorate the intes tines. make them strong and-.active, and have a fceneficial influence on the stomach and-liven, take . Chamberlain's ; hlets. TSiey relieve con? ? remove tJie caiise, and by strengthen-. ing; tlie bowels to act jiaturally, never create the, necessity for ~flie xjegular' -use of- laxatives. Sold by ^11 Stor< £?:: iT* SANDER & SONS* EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy for colds, influenza/chest -complaints, neuralgia, indigestion, rheumatism. Sander's Ex tract, the sure protection from all in fections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis. Sander's Extract, the great h«alcr of wounds, burns.tilcers, sprains, sldn . diseases'.' Sander's Extract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria to contain antiseptic and healing substances not present in other eucalyptus prepara tions, hence its .superior and'-, unique curative power. Sander's Extract, the only eucalyptus product prepared ex clusively from die leaves and' re...

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PEACE LOAN. Local Committees. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

PEACE LOAN. Local Committees. The unprecedented succcss of the seventh war loan was undoubtedly due to the wonderful work put in by ihe various local and district commit tees throughout the State. The en thusiasm of all concerned put South Australia into the proud position of* leading the Commonwealth. The oc casion of the last loan was to provide the sinews of war. We were then on the turn of the tide, but still the whole position was clouded by grave uncertainty as to whether we jcould administer out and out defeat to the enemy. Happily, by the valour of our men and the supreme genius of Marshal Foch, we have achieved that object, and we are to-day blessed with a glorious peace and a magnificent victory, but also with all the proi> lems that come hand in hand with peace settlements and repatriation matters. It is fitting that the Peace Loan oi £25,000,000 should be devot ed to the welfare of the fighting man, for the prospectus puts it clearly that this money is to be used for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

Theres Nothing to Equal. | fam-Buk FOP HEALING \ i CUTS. BRUISES, jj BURNS. SCALDS. I SPRAINS « ALL | INJURIES & SKIN SORES!! NACKARA Twenty-Eighth Annual Catholic Picnic & Sports. WILL BE HELD ON Saturday, 20th September, 1919, In Grounds kindly lent by Mr. T. FORDE, close to the Nackara Raiiway Sfation. Proceeds in aid of St. Patrick's Church Funds. President, Mr. J. L. Sandland. Vice-Presidents, Messrs. E. D. Sawers, R. A. Boehme, T. O'ConnelJ, J. J. Smith, J. Martin, W. Lambert. Judges, Messrs. William Lambert and J. Martin. Handicappers. Messrs. P. Fit? patrick, T. Forde, and J. L. Sandland. Starter, Mr. G. O'Brien. Master of the Track, Mr. J. J. Smith. Committee, Messrs. J. P. Forde, A. Schultz, M. McMahon, T. darken, E. O'Brien, T. Fitzpatrick, M. Cashion, J. Datton, J. Borowicki, F. Lenartowicz. Sports Programme MAIDEN RACE, 100 yards. First . 10/; Second 5/; Entrance l/. HANDICAP BOYS' RACE, 100 yards. First 5/; Second 2/6; En trance fid. NACKARA SHEFFIELD H...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

CHAPTER 29. Occupying /such a small expanse of country, crowded with men, animals, and stores, for.months on end, disease in some forn; or other was certainly to be expected, and in August, while the medicos Vere following up their keen ideas on sanitation among the various units, and preparing to meet the dreaded cholera, enteric fever in troduced itself here and there, and many cases were hastily despatched to the hospital ships. Pneumonia like wise became prevalent in a small way, bjit owing to the prompt measures taken by the medical fraternity, few <-ases, comparatively, ended seriously. On September 10 I was, in com pany with others, forced by the "pains of hell," to visit the Field Ambulance. Temperatures of 104 and over were common, and in quick time all en terics were mustered on the beach, and given a "pass" for a joy ride on the 'briny. The. hospital ship "Gas con" lay about four miles out, at an chor, and in a pontooil, with a pin nace ahead, our ride out was ...

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CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

CHAPTER XXIX. Alter leaving his friends, Craa fcr-ook saw nothing of the Goauacte. Wheo he. reached Yeniseisk the prison was a beap of smoalderHig roioa , and in the embers lay the bones of Lad islas Werder and his guards. Most of the 'prisoners had been retaken, and were sow confined temporarily in the barracks, though not a few had per ished toy bullet and sabre. CS-anbrook bunted up Vivian and the detective, and communicated his experience. They had a Voog consul tation, and it was nearly morning when they finally went to bed. It was out of the question for the Czarina to start on the following day ; the ice bad broken, on many of the Yenisei's upper tributaries, and there was no prospect of the river : being free and navigable for some time to come. . Late that afternoon startling tele graphic news arrived from Donstadt. All Yeniseisk: was soon informed of what had happened at the little vil lage down the river-of Daresoff's discovery and escape, of Lieutenant Afmfeldt'a treache...

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(copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

" *?'. C.".-'?,v' icoi>yrigiit:) IN THE NA10E OF THE CZAR. By WILLIAM MURRAY GRAYDON. i&utbor at "Vera Sbamartn," "The House of Orfanoft," &c. PART 22. ?Ow situation was as be said, and there seemed 110 escape for tSie hap less fugitives. A quarter of a mile down the river was a great blockade of ice. The cakes bad piled them selves ibto a dam thirty feet high, stretching from shore - to shore. The back water had overflowed the road, and there was_ nothing to show that it existed save a steep and unscalable bluff on one side, and on the other a. scanty fringe of timber and bushes, that prevented the inroads of the eluggish field of drift ice further oat. ) Between the two was a heaving sur face of yellow water. "There is only one chance," cried Pushkin. "We must-reach the ice bridge, and cross to the left shore. The horses will have to BWioi if the water is too deep to wade. It is peri lous, comrades ; bat 'what else can we do ? The Cossacks may be dose behind us ...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

VALEDICTORY. At the Lodgeroom 011 Wednesday night a farewell and presentation were tendered to Mr. A. Cole, the local postmaster, who has been transferred to Kapunda. The Mayor (Mr. S. D. jones) presided over a large attend ance. The Chairman, in his remarks, referred to the fact that Mr. Cole had been stationed here for three years, and during his occupancy of the office of postmaster he had proved himself an ideal officer, and, above all, very attentive to his work and very oblig ing to the public. The office here was a very important one, as the business transacted was 011 a very large scale. The Chairman presented the guest with a travelling rug and a suit case from his friends, and wished him and his family every prosperity at his new home. Mr. A. W. Burchell, head as sistant at the post office, and relieving postmaster, endorsed the remarks of the Chairman, and mentioned that M v. Cole was an ideal postmaster. He had seen 40 years' service, and he (the speaker) had been with h...

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DON'T GET ALARMED [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

PON T GET ALARMED If vour children get whooping cough. Keep Tip their strength with nourishing food and; give Chamber-: Iain's Cough Remedy in« frequent doses. If you:do this tJ?e,attack,-wili be over in five or Six. weeks,. instead of running through the Tvmter i\ e have never. knowh Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to fail to give relief, no matter liow severe the attack if whooping , tcough vfeas-dbeemw Sold :by all storekeepers.

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