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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 — 5 September 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 3 Dickson Bros. 10 4 Dr. Clarke 10 5 Dr. Clarke 10 6 Dr. Goode 10 7 Dr. -Goode 10 a Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 9 Hoile, E. 10 10 Hoile, E. 10 11 Phillips, G. - 10 12 Goudie, R. W. 10 ]3 Goudie. R. W. 10 14 Bowering', J. \V. 10 15 Bowering, J. \Y. ^ 10 16 Jamieson, A. 10 17 Both, M. R. 10 IS Bills, L. 1. 10 19 Shakes. H. P. £5 Benfield, H. 5 10 20 Hamlyn. J. 5 Brandt, E. 5 10 21 Bohme. R. A. 10 22 Frith, F. H. 10 VVald, D. 2 10 Dodd, E. F. 0 10 Shops and Businesses. 23 Cox, E. R. 24 Cox, M. 25 Dobbie, E. A. 26 Cousins, E. A. 27 Chinner, T. H. 2S O'Loughlin, J. 29 Leonard, M. 5 5 Steinke, E. E. .'5 5 10 30 Shackleford, E. . 5 Wilson, J as. 3 * 31 Porter, A. A. 5 10 Brauer & Sons 5 10 32 Potter, E. B. 2 2' Jenkins, Geo. 2 2 Stringer, Rev. J. W. 2 2 Taylor,-H. '2 2 Smith, W. H. 2 2 10 33 Drayson, A. 1 1 Olifent, W. 1 l Collins...

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PETERBOROUGH CROQUET CLUB. Opening New Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

PETERBOROUGH CROQUET CLUB. Opening New Courts. The official opening, by the Mayor ess (Mrs. S. D. Jones), of the new croquet courts, took place last Satur day, in ideal weather, when there were present-The Mayoress (Mrs. S. D. Jones), Mrs. Jos. Henderson, Mrs. M. A. Phel'an, Mrs. M. R. Both, Mrs. \Y. J. Dickson, Mrs. E. Jephcott, Mrs. P. Prince, Mrs. W. Johnstone, Mrs. J. D. Beale (Melbourne), Mrs. J. Ahearn, Mrs. E. A. Ham. Mrs. W. An derson, Mrs. C. J. W. Mundy, Mrs. F. Brimage, Mrs. W. G. Martin, Mrs. E. Youngman, Mrs. D. Fidock, Mrs. E. A. Cousins, Mrs. C. Bradley, Mrs. W. H. Bennett, Misses M. P. Hill, L. Prince, P. Hani, Miss Martin, and Mrs. P. J, Martin (hon. secretary). The Mayoress, in a very brief speech, expressed her very great pleasure at being invited to open the new court. The club were to be complimented on the progress they had made. They were lucky in having such an ideal day for the opening. She recalled to mind the opening of the old court, near the mill, when i...

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Your Name Next, Please. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

Your Name Next, Please. On account of Elder's Trustee and Executor Co., Ltd., the executors of the will of George Harding, deceased. -rFreehold sections 34 and 35, Hd. of Walkway, containing 503 acres, and perpetual lease of section 19 and Block C, Hd: of Walloway, containing <558 acres, to Mr. G. L. Teague, of Orroroo. Also on same account.-Freehold section 169, Hd. of Black Rock Plain, containing 536 acres, to Mr. J. J. Lang, of Black Rock.

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DIOCESE OF PORT AUGUSTA. The Bishop Visits the Cathedral Parish. Port Augusta, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

DIOCESE OF PORT AUGUSTA. The . Bishop Visits the Cathedral Parish. > ' Port Augusta, September 1. - On Thursday, 21st ult.. His 1 >ordship Kiglit Rex-. J. H. Norton, D.D., travelled, by the . transcontinental express from Peterborough to ,, Qubrn. He. was mjet- at dhe railway station bv Rev. Father O'Rourke." On Friday ntom - : ing, in the - Church" of the Immaculate Con ception he'celebrated? holy mass at S , o'ciock-. , The. attendance was £ood, and many I" :received holy communion. -Shortly after -mass ..the*candidates for- confirmation were examined by -the. Bishop. 'Before 'the examination con cluded the church was crowded for the 10 o'clock mass, celebraiettjiv Father O'Rourke. His I^rdship jiresided on a" throne artisti cally:;, prepared by' tlie ,Sisters, the chair and . prif-dieu of whidi.^cdu^d mucji favourable comment. Wliile thesBisl^opj was visiting for the, confirmation service, _lh^' choir,' with S. "Ryan attlie; organ, sang fe*' a prayerful and solemn manner th...

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SANDER & SONS' KUCALYPTI EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

SANDER 4 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy for colds, inSiitnza; chest complaints, neuralgia. tract, the sure protection from -all in fections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis. Sander's Extract, the great healer of wounds,': boras, ulcers, sprains, skin 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 the leaves' and, refined* by special process, is free from the ir ritating and heart-depressing effectof the common ,, eufcalyptus and the called "extracts,J' and is safe lor Eter nal .and: external .use. Insist on the Genuine Sander Extract, aaddcrin . the benefit of quality and reliability,

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

HAMMOND DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on August 6- Present-Cr. Wallace (chair). Milling-ton, Crisp, Ward. Carier. Cor mack, and the Clerk. Minutes ol pre vious meeting read and confirmed. A discussion arose over the boun dary road between Kanavaka Council and Hammond, after which Cr. Cor ittack moved, Cr. Crisp seconded. "That the Clerk write Kayanalta Council inviting their Inspector to make an inspection of the above road on Friday next." Carried. Correspondence-From G. Frascr asking to lease portion of the stock road.-Granted under the usual con ditions. From G. G. Goodenough re erecting gate across road.-Mr. Good enough lo he granted a lease of that portion of the road from the Whim Creek, in front of his house, to the boundary road of Willochra Ward. From L.G. Department advising that £100 had been paid into the Council's credit at the Bank of Adelaide.-Re ceived. From F. P. Keats re s^.eep loitering, and sending rangers notice. -Received. From S.A. Central Peace Commi...

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The "Times" medal. Most Popular footballer. Taylor Second. 10768 Votes Cast. Closing Date—September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

- Most Popular footballer, Taylor iSecoei 10768 Votes Cat. Closing Date-September 25. .' ii ;- Voting this "week centred solely on' T. ? Taylor, who sentinl72,wMchpla,ceBhIni second to Dixon with 2,090. . As an nounced in ourla^t issue, 'the voting will close at 4 p.m. sharp on . Thursday, 25th .September., The medal will be on view [i^tho window of Sack's Jewellery ;Store. shortly The total are ' , . P. Sixon (Saints) 5517 Tom Taylor (Ramblers) 2090 : S. Gay (United) 2058 *.F. Hawk (Terowie) 1037 Joe Goombes (Saints) 53 A.- Meadows (Ramblers) 46 - . 7 : Bill Adams (Ramblers) 28 V S. Tripney , " 25 -- Johnstone {Yongala) 12 E. Fisher (United) 7. ? M*. Brennan (Saints) , 6 W. Robertson (United) 3 W" Whittle (Uuited) 2 ' ! D. Carr (Saints) 1 W. Wall " 1 F. Brimage (Ramblers) 1. F; Dodd " 1 Sy<3. Taylor (Saints) .1 . L. Farrell (United 1 S. Golding (United) . ' 1 L. Cain (Saints) 1 tt. Mesnil " 1 H, Murphy " 1 T.Clancy " 1 M. inglis (Ramblers) 1 J. Hocking . " 1 : J£. W. Shi...

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A MUSICAL TREAT. "The Frivolities." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

A MUSICAL TREAT. "The Frivolities/' On Monday night, September la, in the Town Hall, "'The Frivolities" pre sent their refined entertainment in aid .of the Hospital Fund. The company lias been under rehearsal for some weeks now, and their repertoire in cludes everything- from grand opera to ragtime. A glance at their long and varied programme is the best ad vertisement they could wish for.. The ladies' costumes-a neat design of black and white-are very charm ing, whilst the gentlemen, in their cute little jackets and pierrot trous ers of black and white, add greatly to the "stage picture."' A special fea ture will be the business-like manage ment, so often lacking in amateur shows. There will ' be 110 dreary "'waits" between items. The show starts sharp at 8 p.m., and keeps going through 2:/ hours of music, mirth, and melody. ;

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

Help Finish the Taskl 7." We have fought and -won a great war > for a noble cause. There remains to us the" task of paying . some of the costs of the magnificent effort of the fighting- men. / We can do this rejoicing that, the cost is now money only. «. It is a privilege to pay for. victory won. They will give per cent interest, and may be purchased at any Bank or Post Office. Any Bank will help you. to sub scribe, and will charge only 4 per cent, lor money lent you for that purpose. Commonwealth Treasury, August, 1919. » W. A. WATT: '.Treasurer. »\iSrelew call (orHHp. TT17J yon «T«r had tliu can Cor lialp from yoar «jm f KTbn toot «jia and tte&d «dw «sd Am -prist tocoroi ttumd. your mym awtf ttip. Oobm to a* v* will turner t&e call toy fiwnf JOB . CUlUd opiUOD .! tO mtuAbMT yos aaad fUm or not. ENTIRE HORSE CARDS Of all sizes, in the Best Styles at the Cheapest Rates. Blocks supplied from photographs of Horses, if required. Advertisements inserted for the Sea so...

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

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

SUDDEN DEATH. Mr. George Fitch, foreman painter, who has been employed in painting and renovating the local post office lor the past three weeks, died rather suddenly early on Sunday morning. At about 9.30 on Saturday evening the deceased and his friend (Mr. D. Gre gory) were haying a chat and a walk in Main Street, when near the Town Hall the deceased complained of feel ing unwell, and had to be helped to the side of the footpath. Subsequently a stretcher was procured, and he was carried and placed in a room in the private part of the post office, which he had been previously occupying. Dr. Goode was called in and gave him ever3r attention, but the sufferer died a few hours later, the cause of death being hemorrhage of the brain. The deceased, who was 45 years of age, leaves a widow and grown-up family, residing at Mile End. These relatives were communicated with on Sunday by Sergeant Ahern and the acting postmaster tMr. Burchell). and the arrangements made to have the body conveye...

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The Times FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1919. t Local and General News S. Peter's Church.-On Sunda3r next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Eucha rist; 7, Evensong. - Attention is drawn to a special ad vertisement appearing in this week's edition of Sack's Jewellery Store. The lirm desires to thank' their numerous customers for their patronage during the past five years, and guarantees that further favours will receive the strictest attention. Same address Main Street. Peterborough ('opposite railway station). The Latest Millinery Models at Dobbie's To-day. Broken Hill Express.-Commenc ing on Monday last, the running of the Broken Hill express has been re sumed from Peterborough, as before, three nights weekly-Monday. Wed nesday, and Friday, returning: on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is hoped that other passenger trains will be put on in the near future, as coal supplies come to hand. Silk Hole-proof Hosiery at Dob bie's To-day. Visit of Billiard Champion.>>Arra...

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

^ OBITUARY, e . f t, ? " K HenoT 'Eager,;A\;ho \vas a .resi dent of Peterborough _ for ' a great many years. died last; month at his new home inJ G1 enelg/w h eii c e life re moved after the great flood in Feb . ruary last. Deceased 'was 58 j'cars of age, and leaves a widojv, three grown up sons and <a -daughter. Mrs. ; Michael Dudicjc, wife of Mr. M; Durick, of George Street, Thebar toti, who came v(o. Peterborough . a young- girl witti her parents, married, and remained here uiijil a few years ago, died at the NortH Adelaide Hos pital on Monday. There were no children of the marriage. Mrs. Mary O'Hare^v relict of the late John O'Hare, and" mother of Mr. John O'Hare, the Rev.; Father Peter, and Miss May- O'Harie, died at her residence, Fullarton, last week, after lingering illness. The late John' O'Hare was district; foreman in th< Permanent Ways Department at Peterborough in the early days, aiv\ was widely known and highly respect ed. With his wife and family...

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

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DAWSON ITEMS. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

DAWSON ITEMS. (Contributed.) A meeting of the Tadies of Dawson Methodist Church met at the Manse 011 August 22 to consider the advis ability of raising funds for the Daw son Circuit. It was.?decided to hold a strawberry fete and promenade con cert in the Dawson Hall [kindljr lent by Mr. Williams), on Friday, No vember 7. Mrs. J. Nottle and Mrs. H. Curtis were appointed supervisors: conveners of stalls. Mrs." S. Thver. Miss Grace Johnson, Mrs. T. Smart, Mrs. W. Peters, Mrs. j. Wilson, and Mrs. Fuller: promenade concert. Miss E. Watkins; Mr. W. Peters, treasurer, and Mr. .H. Curtis, hon. secretary. Thp football season is drawing- to a close. The local team have played several matches on the Dawson Oval, and only lost one by a few points. It is a great pity that the team was not connected with the association, as no doubt they would have won the premiership, judging by their season's performances. It is not too late to prove this statement, and I would ' suggest that Dawson and Oodlawi...

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

DISTRICT NEWS. DAWSON. August 25.-A '. very . spectacular game was played on the Dawson Oval oil Saturday last, August -23, when Dawson defeated Terowie by a mar gin- of 8 points. The Tcrowies were out in strpng force, whilst 'the Daw sons were minus their Captain (Ram sey), F. Peters, Taylor, Thyer,.Miller, and Dawson. The home team'came "out to play the ganie, while it was difficult to say what Terowies were playing, and their language ' at times -vras-most profane. The Dawson lady barrackers were absolutely disgusted. A feature, of the day was the clean unselfish play of the E-awson team, and the wonderful work of Snowy Smart in ruck, who soon rose a rival of jealousy from the Terowie players, who found he was unbeatable. The weather was ideal, and what should have been a good game of football was spoilt by the tactics of some of the visiting players, who at times tried to turn the game into a pugilistic dis play. The Terowies' handball and marking were more efficient than the Da...

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

EURELIA. .September i.;-We are pleased to re port 27 points rain, which fell on Sun day evening last, thus giving wheat and feed another chance to hold out a little longer, and also relieve householder's anxiety by refreshing tanks, which in some instances were getting rather low. Miss Belle Taylor, of the Eurelia re freshment rooms, has returned from her holiday to the city. Miss Beatrice Curnmings is home foe a few weeks. Mrs. Thos. Holland, of the Eurtlia Ho tel. has taken a trip to the city. Lieut. Fred Page spent the.week end with friends at Quom. Mr. D. Holland, late A.I.F.. of Eurelia Hotel, had the misfor tune to severely crush his hand, almost severing the thumb, hut like his name sake of ancient history, he bravely faces the situation and gives everyone his customary smile.

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

YONGALA. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. G. Alirns was entertained at afternoon tea by lady members of the Metho dist Church. She was presented with a v.irker chair as a token of respect and for services rendered in connec tion with the church. Eulogistic speeches -.vere delivered by the Rev. J Gilding and Mrs. F Hodbv. Mrs. Ahrns has left Y-ongala to reside in Peterborough, her husband having purchased a business there.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. Sir-Will you tie good enough to grant us space to refei? to the langu age used by some of the footballers who visited this town from Terowie on Saturday last. When -the-third car was leaving Dawson for the home journey after the match Dawson versus Terowie. the hooligan occu pants of same headed a mouthful of the most profane and filthy language ever heard on the "heads of some of the Dawson players in the hearing of a score or more women and children. These brave persons hadn't the pluck to u-se the vile epithets when in reach of those they abused, -but took the op portunity of doing so under the shel of a fast moving Dodge motor car. Thanking you in the anticipa tion of you finding room to publish this. We are. Sir, etc. C. Ramsey, R. Pugh, G. F. Sholz.

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FOOTBALL. SAINTS V. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 September 1919

FOOTBALL. SAINTS V. TEROWIE. . The; above reams met on the Peter borough Oval on Saturday, when the former won the first semi-tinal by 14 points. Both teams were well repre sented, and a good game resulted, the poor kicking of Terowle robbing lliem vof the opportunity of' victory. Umpire ! Mitchell had charge of the game, and gave very fair decisions, but was lacking in strictness. Owing to the illness and consequent absence of our reporter, we regret we are unable to give the usual detailed account of the match. The final scores were: Saints. S.7 (55 points). Terowie, 5.11 (41 points). On Saturday the . Ramblers and' Uniteds meet to decide the second semi-final- Umpire M. Wald will take charge of the game, and some inter esting play is anticipated. On the following Saturday the great match of the year will take place-the tussle for the premiership. An outside um pire is being specially engaged for this event, and it will doubtless prove the finest game of the season, and attract a ...

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