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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

HARD TO BEAR. When the back aches and pains so badly that you can't work, caa't rest, can't sleep, can't tat, it's hard to bear. Thousands oi aching backs have been relieved and cured. People are learning that backache pains come from weak kidneys, that Doan's.Back ache Kidney Pills cured every kidney ill," ? -cure bladder trouble, urinary derangements, dropsy. Read this testimony io the merit of the greatest of kidney specifics. Mrs. E. A. Wilton, Bismarck Street, Petersburg, says:-"Two years ago I was suffering terribly from backache and kidnev trouble, and on the advice of a friend 1 took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and thev pured me. ..Before I got these Pills ray suffering .was awful. At times the pain In my "back was so bad that I could hardly, get about and every . movement sent-_,a twinge through my kidneys like the stab of a knife. I was also subject to hea.daches and fits of dizziness, and altogether felt far front well. After taking a couple of bottles of Do...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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TORRENSVILLE MONUMENTAL WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

TORRENSVILLE MONUMENTAL WORKS. In our advertising; columns. Mr. A. \V. Stewart (formerly A. W. Schutz), who is well-known in the North, es pecially at Peterborough, announces that he is prepared to undertake all classes of monumental work in the north and will personally erect monuments, headstones, crosses, railings, etc.. and give a five years' guarantee with work personally erected. Soldier's memorials a specialty. Mr. Stewart has carried out an extensive range of monumental work in the north and asks those requiring anything- in the line to inspect his work at the local cemetery recently, also work done there 18 years ago. We can con fidenth- recommend Mr. Stewart to our readers, and can assure them of first class work at lowest possible prices. Enquiries invited.

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SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. Monthly meeting held September 7. The President (Mr. A. E. Lock) in the chair. Members present: Messrs. Hill, Hoile, Jephcott, Mitchell, Shakes, White, Wilsden. Stone, Bottomley. Ridglv, Wright, President and Secretary Letter received from Resident Engi neer stating that site for Memorial Hall was under consideration-received pen ding finality. ' Vote of thanks was accorded to Mr. E. Hoile for payment of rent of hall for 12 months. Mr. Shakes moved - and Mr. Hoile seconded and Messrs. Hill, Jephcott. Mitchell and White supported:-"That the Returned Soldiers" Association meet the Fathers in Conference at an early date to consider the matter of a Memor ial Hall1, and procuring a Memorial .Jji'ard at die Peterborough Hospital." Letter of sympathy to be sent to Mrs. H. Eager. Other matters to stand in abeyance until after the Conference, which was arranged for Friday night, September 12, at 7.0 p.m. in the Lodge Room. Next meeting for first S...

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. TEJROWIE. September 12.-The Institute was filled last night, when the pupils of St. Joseph's Convent School gave an entertainment. Mr. O. A. Witt was chairman. The Terowie Orchestra played the overture, after which the pupils submitted a programme of songs, action songs, recitations, and dances, which was well carried out. and showed painstaking care in pre paration. The soloists were Misses Susa Gleeson. M. Gleeson, Henschke M. Green, and K. Schmidt, and Messrs. Hamilton and Lavender. S«p cultivated voice, and willingly gave her Heggarty was M.C. The music was supplied by Miss F. Markev and Mr. J. W. Markey. The death occurred at Collinsville on Tuesday, after a brief illness, of the wife of Mr. H. C. Collins, of Pul para Station, and "Wyndara," Yon gala Estate. She was 27 years of age, and the younges daughter of Mrs. Thomas and the late Mr, Josiah Thomas, of Brown Street. Adelaide. She was well known and esteemed by all. She possessed a very tine and cultured voice...

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BAPTIST UNION OF S.A. Incoming President. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

BAPTIST UNION OF Incoming President. Mr. A. Jamieson, the incoming pre sident of the Baptist Union, has been an active member of the denomination for a great many years, and treasurer of the local church. He is the first northern layman to be appointed to the position, and was installed in his new office by the retiring president, 'the Rev, Donald McNicol. at the an nual meetings in Adelaide yesterday (Thursday'). A few years back he was president of the Northern Baptist As sociation, in which capacity he render ed valuable service to the church. Mr. Jamieson has been in business at Alex. Jamieson, Esq., J.P. Peterborough for over 30 years, and has always taken a keen interest in the welfare of the town, having been a Councillor for nearly the whole term of his residence, while he has occupied the mayoral chair on several occasions, in which capacity he has done yeoman service. With Mrs. Jamieson he left on Wesdnesday for the city, and will probably remain there during his occupancy...

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THE "FRIVOLITIES" Crowded to the Doors Programme A Great Success [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

THE "FRIVOLITIES" Crowded to the Doors Programme A Great Success In the presence of a crowded house, the Peterborough " Frivol ities" gave tbeir initial perform ance in the local town hall on Monday evening last-an "audi ence so large that many persons were quite unable to obtain ad mission. The company, which is comprised of well known local amateurs, is to be congratulated on the well deserved success a chieved, due, not only to system atic and thorough organisation and rehearsal, but the fine talent of the members. Their success was instantaneous, and the next performance of thiK excellent company is being looked forward to. The overture by the Black and White Orchestra, " Den the Mot ley," was given with an enjoy able swing, and the opening chorus, " Pierrots Gay," was fine ly rendered. Messrs Jack Ham, : Eric Shields and Cyril Bradley were happily associated in the next item, " We Want a Girl," and fairly brought down the house, the local hits being greatly enjoyed. Miss Ida Hi...

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ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC & SPORTS AT NACKARA. To-morrow, Saturday, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC & SPORTS AT NACKARA. To-morrow, Saturday, Sept. 20. The jMackara folk are looking for ward tti a delightful day's outing to sports in aid oi the Catholic Church will hold their annual picnic and morrow (Saturday, 20th). when they, funds. Mr. T. Forde's grounds, close to the Nackara railway station, have again been kindly lent for the occa sion, arid everything- points to a most successful gathering. A long' and varied programme has been arranged, which provides for , old and young, and includes a number of athletic and horse events. Suitable train arrange ments have been, made, and a large number of visitors is expected from Peterborough and intermediate sta tions. The full programme is~ pub lished in this issue. v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

Loan Subscriptions £25 >000,000 is -now required to meet Australian war costs and repatriation expenditure. The Government hopes to sfecure thisrsum~by voluntary' subscriptions, and makes earnest appeal to the public spirit of Australian citizens. If the loan be .not fully subscribed., it will be necessary to impose compulsion. > . In that event, those who hold no stock or bonds of War or Peace loans will be the first called upon for subscriptions. They will of course, be penalized, and will also be required to subscribe. ?Go to any 'Bank or Post 'Office for full particulars of the Peace Loan. Any Bank will, help you to subscribe, and will charge only 4 per cent, for money lent you for that purpose. The Peace Loan Bonds yield 5J per cent. Commonwealth Treasury, W. A. WATT. ' August, 1919. Treasurer. Laura Jockey Club, Limited, SPRING MEETING, Wednesday, 1st October, 1919. Handicap Hurdles, 30 sovs. Nomi nations. 7/6; aceptances, 7/6. About two risiles. Novice Race.-15 sovs. (w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

HAtlNE, ACCIDENT. .. Insurance Company, Ltd. A' partly AAMlibiia < pwojiEiiy,::. authorised of ^rejitrty, in ACKS and GROW insurcd at Lowest ites. DAMAGE BY NG&overed WithoutExtra ^;£mp!o]r«ri protected for. limeati Lowest security. Settlement!. SA. Branch-Grenfell 'Street: W. A.1HUGHES, Manager. Ayeiit. vat. Peterborough R: HEITHERSAY. The for CATARRH, PILES BURNS.COUGHS COLDS. Etc. Price, 1/i. All Cheiaistaarid Stores . Or direct ir©m, _. . . BULL DOG BRAND SALVE MANUFACTURING CO., IS ARCADE, ADELAIDE. £. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. , TilS LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN. * FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, . Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cat Flowers. Wreathe, Poiiee, Bouquet*, etc.; Beet Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Greeies. Splis'did Nar. eery Stock of every des-anption. Orsa soental Treee, Shrubs, Htdct Platti, Palms, Fern*, Pet Plants, Seedlings. All ap-to-iate Horticultural Requi sites, Manures, Insecticides, Spr* Psixnps, Garden Tools. Bir...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919. Local ud General News S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services will be as follows: 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. Fire.-What might have resulted in a most destructive fire occurred at the signal box at the Peterborough rail way station at noon on Friday last. The outbreak was noticed early by a railway employee, and the flames were extinguished when part of the ceiling-and roof were burnt. The fire was caused through a defective chim ney. Knitting Wools, 10| skein, at Dobbie's. Associated Board R.A. of .Music and R.C. of Music.-Musicians will be pleased to hear that word has been received by the Resident Secretary for Australia (Mr. Arthur C. Hull) from the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and Royai College of Music, London, stating , that His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, has consented -to accept the Presi dency of the Board. , Boys' School Knickers, 2/6,2/11, 3/11, 4/11, at Dobbie's. £ Band Annual _Dp.nce.-The Federal ^ftahd will ho...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

ftfHctous Mrviott. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 81 and 11 Peterborough. Usual Evening Ser vice, 7, Peterborough. Mcthpdist-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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CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. .. To soothe and invigorate the intes tines, make-them strong and active, ] and have a beneficial influence on the .stomach and liver, take Chamberlain's ; TVMets. They relieve sois^pnSov, remove the-cause, and by strengthen ing .the bowels to act naturally, never create the necessity fbr the; regular ;? use.'of laxatives. Sold by all" store c. keepers; ; & Mlic reformers Jitd need firatto practise ^'?fr-'tocir sva hcutl dut - ? Tto'tnr .GOAMIU

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PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. Saturday, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC.- - Saturday, October 4. . Arrangements for the forthcoming annual railway picnic on Saturday, October -j, are going on apace, and a splendid outing' is looked forward to on the picturesque grounds of Mr. R. A. Bohme. at Ucolta, kindly lent for the occasion. The full programme will be found in this issue. Splendid nominations have been received for the principal athletic events, the han dicaps for which appear. The usual convenient train- service will prevail, and altogether the fixture promises to be a huge success. -The Handicaps. Norice Bailway- Open Hdep. Hdep. Hdep . Sgt. Sparrow scr H. Roberts -? 5 L. Fogarty W. Waters 5 9 B. Meaai) . .i 6 10 W. Platten 6 JO L. Avery , 12 E. Wells 12 E. Platten S 13 E. Hawkins 3 9 G. Sholz 13 W. Mitchell 14 E. Fisher : JO 14 S. Platten 3.0 14 E. Chambers 4 JO- - J. Clancy 5 11 15 ' K. Sharp ' 5 11 15 O. Sehomberg 5 11 W. Brennaii 5 15 G. Hili 6 13 17 H. Donaldson 7 18 F. Brimage "" 7 14 R. Carty 7 K. Patterson 8 15 ...

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BUFFALO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

BUFFALO CRICKET CLUB. The Buffalo Cricket Club held their . annual meeting, on Monday, Septem ber 8, wheh Mr. H.,0. A.- Rankin pre sided over a large attendance. The secretary' read the balance sheet for last season., showing- thti rclub to be iti a satisfactory position.' '-The following officers "were appointed for the coining year:-Patron, Mr. R. A»Bohme; Pre sident, Mr. JL A. Cou'sjfi; Vice-Presi dents, Mrs. M. A. Phelari, Messrs. M. Leonard, A. T. Pink, G.-Noden, P. B. Murphjv S; R. Gentry, iG Duckford, G. Ferguson, V. Hampson, C. Came ron, J. E. O'Loughlin, H. Watson, J. Cochrane, L, Taplin, P. Arbon, A. Ledger, >y. A. Jones, O. Jones; Cap tain, Mr. H. O. A. Rankin: Yice-Cap tain, Mr. T. Rees; Secretary, Mr. R. Schuman; Delegates to association, Messrs. Rankin and Noden; Scorer, Mr. S. R." Gentry; Committee, Captain, Vice-Captain. Secretary, Messrs. M. Leonard, P. Arbon, S. R. Gentry, \V. Slocombe, Noden. and Cousin. Sub scription-10/ for senior members, and 5/ for junior m...

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DON'T GET ALARMED [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

DON'T "GET ALARMED . " If your children * get whooping cough. JCeep'up their strength with nourishing Tood and give ' Chamberr Iain's Cough Reniedy in frequent .doses. If ^you jdo this the attack _wiU be ' over in lSvie or six weeks, instead1 '<?f running through-.the mnter.-. We have -.never -known- Chamberlain's: Cough -Remedy, to fail, to give relief; -no matter how severe the 'attack «>f 'whooping cough TJjis been. 1 Sold' by all storekeepers. v

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LAURA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

LAURA RACES. Attention is directed to the pro gramme in this issue of the Laura' jockey Club's annua} spring meet ing-. which takes place on Wednes day, October 8 (public holiday). The club's meetings always attract a large gathering of. visitors, and the 1910 fixture will doubtless prove no excep tion. The picturesque grounds are in good heart, and as large fields are promised a first-class day's outing is assured. See programme.

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BILLIARDS. Walter Lindrum at Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

BILLIARDS. Walter Lindrum at Peterborough. Air. Walter Lindruni. the well known billiard player, visited Peter borough on Thursday of last week and in the, evening played at Mr Schumann's rooms. There was a larcre attendance 'Of spectators. The Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones) welcomed the visitor, and expressed thanks to Mr. Schumann for having- arranged the billiards display. . Lindruni save Mr. Schumann 400 in a game oi 750. The champion soon showed hi-; skill, And it was a treat jo see his play. Mis breaks were (53, 224, i:>9, 3S. and .190. Schumann's best efforts were 30. 29. 15, and 33. The champion, in about an hour, soon hail 755 to his credit, when his opponent was 605. Mr. Lindrum then gave a fine exhi bition of fancy strokes.

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Final Match. Minor Premiers Beaten by a Point. A Splendid Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Pinal Match. Minor Premiers Beaten by a Point. A Splendid Game. (By "Onlooker.") "'A good, even game, rising every one to the higTiest pitch of enthu siasm," ivas the general-verdict at the conclusion of the final match in the above assdciation at the show grounds 3ast Saturday, between the Saints (mi nor premiers) and Ramblers. The day was nearly as bad as on the previous - Saturday, when Ramblers defeated Uniteds in the semi-final. Neverthe less, soon- after 2 p.m., crowds were to be seen wending their way to the .grounds, and when play commenced a record' assemblage of onlookers were .pre_-£nt, £18 being taken at the-gates. Opinion was very divided as to which team would come out on top. as on ? she first occasion when these teams met Saints were successful, but Ram blers afterwards turned the tables. The association went to considerable ex pense in providing an outside umpire -Mr. Jack Whitehead, of Kadina, be ing finally selected-and the extr...

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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. The Last Week. 10833 Votes Cast. Closing Date—September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Tbe Lut Week. 10833 Votes Cart. Closing Date-September 25. rOur voting competition for "the most popular footballer is fast drawing to a jeioee and supporters will have to make good this wefek' to secure the medal for their ffcvorite. The various clubs have nobly supported the scheme, and the ^hospital, funds will thereby benefit. The date fixed for the closing of the voting is Thursday nest, 25th Sept., at 4 p.m., at ^hich hout th* boxes will be removed from their respective positions to "the " Times"-<Jfllee,-and all opeued together. So votes sin be received after the above hour, andall cash, together with unused books, must also be lodged at the same time. The medal is now on view at Sack's Jewellery Store, and will bear the following inscription:-"The 'Times' Medal. N.K.F.A., 1919. Most Popular Footballer. Winner's Name and Club, and Number of Votes." The present totals are P. "Dixon (Saints) 5S1? Tom Taylor (Ramblers) 2090 ...

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NORTH-EASTERN CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 September 1919

? ? I !? ?? ? ? MM - C . . NORTH-EASTfcRN CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting- of the delegates of the North-Eastern Cricket Asso ciation was held on Tuesday, Sept. 9. when the. following officers were duly ejected:-Patron, J. Pick, Esq.; pre sident, S. D. Jones, Esq.; vice-presi dents, Messrs. R. A. Boehme, S. W. Dickson. P. Gleeson, W. Roach; sec retary. Mr. P. Arbon; chairman, Mr. L. J. Bills. ]f was decided to play six rounds this season," the first three rounds to be played before Christmas, and the remaining- three in the new year. The draw resulted as under. Each match to lie played on home ground of first club mentioned;- ' October 11-Buffalo v. Terowie, Yongala v. .Federal. October 18-Terowie v. Yongala; Buffalo v. Federal. October 25-Federal v. Terowie: Yongala v. BuffsSo. November 1-Vacant. November 8-Terowie v. Buffalo; Federal v. Yongala. November 15-Yongala v. Terowie; Federal v. Buffalo. November 22-Terowie v. Federal; Buffalo v. Yongala. November. 29-Vacant. D...

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