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

-Observations. Goalkickers. - Ramblers: Quintre!! (?.)', Taylor, Blight, Dodd, and Hunt. Saints: M. Conlin (2). Smart, Clancy, Roberts, Wal I, and Cain. .The penalty kicks were fairly evenly distributed. Ramblers being- awarded 4S and Saints 39. Saturday's match, as the final scores show, justifies the difference of opi nion as to which is the better team. And still supporters of each team are left in the dark. No doubt to-mor row's grand final will throw more light on the subject. Ramblers were best represented by Taylor. Brimage. Dodd. Adams. Vir gin, Quintrell, and Platten; whilst those most conspicuous for Saints were "Shorty" Jenkins (best on the ground), Brennan. Dixon, Mills. Haw kins, Harford, YVald, and "Snowy" Smart. Taking both teams right through, almost the whole 36 played well Umpire Whitehead had occasion to chat four players for roughness Straight shooting was the order in the last quarter. Saints got four pos sibles from a similar number of tries, whilst Ramblers go...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

SURELIA. September 22.-Who $ays Eurelia is not a lucky, o>- if not/lucky at least a musical, town, that is, judging by the number pf musical instruments arriv ing hereby train at the local station within the past two years. Taking things all round, Eurelia has its share of everything going. Visitors are con stantly coming and going, which shows the hospitality of the residents. Sports are always on the lookout far 1 something new. One day last week a number of hare hunters' were to be seen busily exercising their days, no doubt getting them ready for the Waterloo Cup. flares are fairly plen tiful about the town, and they must have been rather scared with the hunt, as they were seen in large numbers on th,e opposite side of the hunting grounds the day following the hunt. Mrs. Wall, of Orroroo, has been on a visit to Mrs. T. Page. Mrs. Hey wood, of Adelaide, is staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Holland, Eurelia Hotel. Sgt.-Mjr. Charles Scooger has been on a visit to his cou...

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BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

BLACK ROCK. The Institute Committee held its ? annual meeting during the week. New olticers were elected, and others elected for a further term of service. Ways and means -were discussed for reducing- the debt on the hall, and it was decided to hold a straw-berry fete as sooTr'-asconvenient. Particulars will appear later. The Sunday school pii nic was a suc cessful event <.n September 17. Fine weather favoured us. A good crowd assembled, and everybody had a merry time, especially the cnildren, who look forward to their day in the hills once a year. Thanks to all who helped to make the outing such an enjoyable one. Miss Mary Smith has gone to Ade laide to recuperate after an .attack of influenza. Miss Muriel Naismith will return to her duties in connection with the Education Department at the end of the week.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

CRICKET. The oricket season 4i)l be ushered in Saturday next, when a team from Orroroo will play the Federals on the show (rounds, commencing at 2 p.m. sharp. The following team has been selected to represent the Federals*.-Bills. Brimage, Budden. Burcfaell, Chiiiner. DoJd. Ferry, Jamieson, Mitchell, SaYnbell and Sharl»v. Emergencies-Bradley- and Gent. Mr. Brimage has been app<>inted umpire, and Mr. Oates scorer. Admission will he free and a good attendanceiie anticipated. A meeting of delegates of the N.E.C.A. has baen called for Tuesday next, at 8 p.m. Business important.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY LIKE. if they take Bisurated Magnesia im mediately after eating. No matter how badly you may suffer from in- " digestion, dyspepsia, flatolence, or acidity-ho matter how many medi cines you may hive tried without sue cess-do not give up'hope. Thousands who once suffered as you now suffer who had tried -Everything without ob taining relief-now* enjoy perfect healthp and can eat almost anything without the, slightest pain pr discom fort- You cab *3o the same if you will . go fo-day fo anychemist arid get a package of Bisurated Magnesia: Thi6 is prepared in powder -form forgener ral purposes/ and as tablets, for con venience in.: carrying in haildbag or" pocket, beJng ; 4hus ready at baud wherever and whenever required. Take half a teasp'oonfal . of, the ^powder in 4 little water, or two" or three tablets,, after ; everymeal or whenever pain is felt,-, and you will be delighted at the , «sult; The^easpn, is ii'otto sefek. : OirectiyBisurated'Magnesia is --t...

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DISTRICT NEWS. YATINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. YATINA. Beautiful sunshine, following two previous days of snow, rain, and bit terly cold winds, prevailed on Tues day afternoon, September t>. It was Yatina's "At Home" d;iy. and they ? wererwelcoming home their soldiers iii of them. When the writer drove into thcv- small village on the plain a pleasing sight met the eye; the hall and main thoroughfare v/ere gaily de corated with .lags and flowers, and our national flower (th<* golden wat tle) showed to advantage in the bright sunshine. Motor cars and vehicles came from a!! directions, and very soon a crowd assembled. Proceedings commenced with a footbr.ll match. Ya tina v. Mannitnarie. Play was not exciting, and at half-time the game was stopped, and everybody adjourned to the-hall. Outside a platform had been erected, where 'the chairman (Mr. Luke Travers) awaited the sol diers. A guard of honour was formed by a number ot young ladies and little girls, dressed in white rrocks and vio let-coloured ribb...

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PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. Saturday, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. Saturday, October 4. Arrangements for -the forthcoming annual railway picnic^ on Saturday, October 4, are going;'on apace, and a splendid outing is locked forward to on the' picturesque- grounds of Itlr. R. A. Bohme, at Ucolta. kindly lent for the occasion. The Jull programme will be found in this" issue. Spleu^K^ acceptances have been received lor the principal athletic, events, the han dicaps for which appear. The usual convenient train service will prevail, and altogether the fixture promises ao be a huge success. ACCEPTANCES. Novice Railway Open Hdcp.'; Hdcp". Hdcp L. Fogarty 9 R. Mesnil T 6 10 W. Platten - . 6 10 L. Avery 12 E. Wells 12 E. Platten 9 13 E. Hawkins 3 9 G. Sholz J 3 S. Platten -.10 ' 14 E. Chambers- - - -4- - "v-lfi/-" -f J. Clancy a '11 \ 15 K. Sharp 5 11 "15 O. Schombevg .5 .11 Wj Brennsn ' 5 15 G. Hill 6 13 17 H. Donaldson -.7 18 F. Brhnag*.. -7 14 B. Carty 'T K. Patterson 8 15 18 H. Taylor S 15 F. Wormwald 8 15 P. Butt ? * 15 P. Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. *99' Will Forms. Memorandums of Transfer. ^ Liquor Booth Certificates. "!r"' To Let Placards. Dance Programmes. Euchre Party Cards. ~"1 Ice-Cream Notices. AND MANY OTHER LINES. Mr. A. DAVIES Hctaire Frame Maker sad Photo Engraver reiMing at 72 Btaden Stared, Adelaide, almost ucriSctj hi* business through ill-heal til until Brought him back to health again Hcralsfcia letter wtlttoa Raadit* to mft 'iji restoringme to good heklftiwlien mynerrM fctlrun jAown and I wu fartromireli. ?'I scarcely hid the sirengti te earry on my "A few.fcottles of Clements Tpaie alterodijiat. ft gare ineagood appetite and I was soon as lieatthj as ever. dontot. it. is a sptendidmedicine for anyone withrwealt nerves.'* IV (Signed) A. DAVIES **.!» » CUmenUTonlcl* ? your }iome b«cauftcit.lreepxiIM>ea]th, ?*?«»*..??»*;; " dose at'bedtinW- yoii' will *ra3K%nP' *»4resl^aa.acl>(U - ; :/ AIi(!iiemuts and StorerSeO it '. ' ^e«B<Kbt» 1TM1 ic 14.. itvsejte; SAW;.* - f'«V' .Ste...

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The Time FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 86, 1919. Local and General fttwrt Mr. M. Wiwm, who is on a visit to the district, is well known in sporting circle* .a an athletic «f no me*n order, especial ly in swimming?And running. He holds the swimmingchampionship ®f the Bar rier and has' sayer#I important Sheffield winfr to his credjt. . . Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis, Ltd., notify in our advertisement columns that they are prepared to conduct sales of show exhibits; etc., on the show grounds during the afterhoon of Peterborough Show Day, October 15. Full particuars on application to Peterborough branch. 58-in. Tailors' Serge, all wool, pheaoaeaial bargain 16/9, at Dob bie't to-day. - House to House Collection, Amounts collected by Mrs. Lawry in Collins Street-, for hospital, weekly subscriptions and donations:-£l Mr. S. Heithersay, Miss Heithersay, Mr. T. Victory; 9/11-Mr. Sobezak; 7/--Mrs. G. Phillips, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Manning, Mrs?'!-. Bills, Mrs. Lawry; 6/-Mrs. Threadgold, C. Brad . ley, Mrs. F, P; Cla...

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NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. GRAND FINAL MATCH. Ramblers Win the Premiership. Seven Points' Victory. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

NORTH-EASTERN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. GRAND FINAL MATCH. Ramblers-Win the Premiership. Seven Points' Victory. (By "Onlooker.') Delightful weather prevailed last Saturday for the grand final match between Saints and Rammers, played .on the show grounds, in connection ?with the N.E. Football Association. "There was a record attendance of spectators, all round the playing arena being lined with people, and £26 was taken at the gates. Ramblers defeated Saints by one point on the previous Saturday in the final match, but as the latter held the honour of being minor premiers, they exercised their right, and challenged the winners to a grand ? "fmaJ;-. On* aecount-of* the adverse con ditions under which the last game was decided, opinions as to which was the better team were again divided, but either side had no cause to complain on Saturday, as the day could not have been more suitable, and the al most unanimous judgment after the match was that the better team had won. The game was under t...

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PETERBOROUGH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

PETERBOROUGH MARKET. Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis, Ltd., report haheld their monthly market at Peterborough on Thursday, Septem ber 11, when they yarded 4,385 sheep and 85 cattle. There was a very large attendance, and bidding for fat sheep was at times spirited, but stores were hard to quit at late market rates. Fat cattle sold well, but stores were prac tically unsaleable. Pigs sold well at recent improved prices. 1,297 sheep were sold as follows:-47 wethers at 36/, 163 wethers at 38/, 150 wethers at 26/11, 67 ewes at 30/3, 10 ewes 24/r 47 ewes at 22/, 72 ewes at 18/6, 4ln ewes at 21/, 30 efwes at 14/11, 38 ewes off shears at 12/6, 33 lambs at 16/, 22 lambs at 13/10, 125 lambs at 12/2, 5S lambs at 12/1. Thirty-three1 cattle' were sold as follows:-7 steers £15 7/6, 1 steer £14 10/, 4 steers £10 2/6, 2 steers at £9 17/6, 6 steers £2 15/, 1 cow and calf £13 5/, 1 cow £12 2/6, 1 cow £9 5/, 1 cow £5, 1 heifer £9 5/, 4 heifers £8 2/6. 1 heifer £3 5/, 1 heifer £2 15/, 1 bull £5, 1 podd...

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LAURA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

LAURA RACES. Attention is directed to the pro gramme in this issue of the Laura Jockey Club's annual spring meet ing, which takes place on Wednes day, October 8 (public holiday). The club's qieetings always. attract a large gathering of visitors, and the 1A19 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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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Mr. P. Dixon Wins the Medal. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

The "Times"Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Mr. P. IHxoa Wmt die Medal. This week the voting closed fortihe most popular footballer, and judging by figures, the nnt popular playar won, Mr. - P. Dixon securing honors with 7,039 rotes to the good. 'The St. Anecletns Club deservegreat credit for the manner in which they worked and are to be con gratulated »n the hearty support accord, edthem. Tliey certainly doserve their sucoesB, having handed in £4112/5 to wards the hospital. The final totals are P. Dixon (Saints) 9989 S. Gay (United) 2950 Tom Taylor (Ramblers) 2133 F. Hawk (Terowie) ? --1029 H.J. Johnstone (Yongala) 55 -It© Coombes (Saints) 53 A. Meadows (Ramblers) 46 Bill Adam& (Rambler*) 31 S. Tripney " 25 F. Brimage (Ramblers) 13 W. Enright (Yongala) - 12 £. Fisher (United) " 7 H. Srennan (Saints) 6 £. Williams (Tongala) 4 W. Robertson (United) 3 W. whittle (Uuitedj t D. Carr (Saints) 1 W. Wall " 1 Syd. Tayior (Saints) 1 L. F&rrell (United 1 8. Golding (United) I L...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 32. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

CHAPTER;^. Written upcciaUr'ior 1W , Wt* Tlmei" Sy ' B. A. Clark. ?£?>>._ June 1916 found -me. marked "fit" by the Mediojs, -and on a fine morning T joined a throng of all Empiremen at Folkestone. At 10 a:nu we cast off and followed in the waflce of the escorting destroyers on ouF way to -'Boulogne The trip might have been-termed un eventful but for a small incident, when half-way across the channel there came a general yell "Zepps," and the crowded decks rose as one man; and when only a few miles from port, ala moderate altit ude, a long cigar-snaped creation came down through the low clouds, ;and made its course direct - foi^ us. There didn't feem to be two 'pennbrth of fear aboard our craft, and* speculation was-rife on whether the Destroyers would. hit her before she hit- us.* About .half-a-mile from us, astern, the airship turned to follow us, and we then knew her to be a French Creation. And Lord! how she passed uS ; swiftly rshe drew level, and was soon but ah'indistinc...

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CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting, held on Septem ber 8, 1919.- Present-Crs. Williams, (chair), Chalmers, Meers, and Daly. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence. - From Crown Lands Office, acknowledging letter of the 16th, explaining main roads in spection. From Local Government, replying to above letter; that pay ments for main road inspection are contrary to the Act, through being charged to the main road account, and it " would be necessary that the amount be refunded to the Govern ment grants account. From Commis sioner of Audit re main roid vouch ers. From Local Government De partment re destruction of bpxthorn and re gift for work for returned sol diers, .the amount to be expended he fore December 31; als<> re delegates to conference in Adelaide on Sep tember 19. From Central Loan Com mittee^ notifying Coujjcil that the amount - of £1,000 liad ^een fixed' as the'.qu^t^for^hislKstf'ifet. 'FrothTub lic .Trustee, re land estste lat...

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CORRESPONDENCE. DAWSON V. TEROWIE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

CORRESPONDENCE. DAWSON v. TEROWIE. (To the Editor.) Sir.-In the "Times" of the 12th inst- H. Rowe, Secretary of the Te rowie F.C., rushes into print, denying statements which he says were not in accordance with fact in connection with the match, Dawson versus Te rowie. His epistle states that Terowie were minus Some of their belst players. Why not name them, Mr. Rowe, so that we can see really how many pro minent players were missing. H. R. says it was under ilje understanding that they were to get a concert and dance that they got a team together at all. He forgot to state that the match was Teally owing us from last year, and it seems that Terowie had 110 idea of returning the match on . less they were given a banquet. He himself is to blame for there not being a dance, for had he mentioned they would stay for a dance, the Dawson club wouldn't have been lacking iv courtesy, and would have arranged onev Re the reception they received, did they expect us to throw our arms about them...

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CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

CHAPTER XXXII. DareaoS most have exulted had he been on deck at that moment to witness the detection of fcis crowning act of malice. All had turned out exactly as his fiendish ity plan ned it- The boiler was ruined, and the Czarina was at the mercy of the river's swift current, unaole to move an inch of her own will. Tears of rage and vexation came into C-ranbrook's eyes, and he threw himself hopelessly down on one of the; bunkers. Vassily muttered some thing under his breath, and there was a hard and merciless expression on his face that malde him look a differ ent man. The others broke into angry threats, more bent on wreaking revenge than on finding a way out of their terrible situation. "I'm thirsty for blood, comrades," cried 3agau. "Everything looks red. I must tear" "that'-fiend't. heart out if I die the next moment. Two stout blows will open the store-">om." With a tigerish, snarl he sprang for ward, but Pushkin dragged him back "This is madness, my good fellow.' he entre...

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DON'T GET ALARMED [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

DON'T GET ALARMED. If yonr children _ get -whpopin^ cough,. Keep up theirstrength f^iih nourishing food and - give Chamber faip^ Cough Remedy in irgquent doses. If you do this the attack 4ritl be over in five or six weeks, instead of runnings-through the - winter. . ... Wc. have never known Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to lail to give feliet, no matter> J»ow severe die attack ,»f whooping cough -has been. Sold $y all storekeeper*. _ ^

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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

OBSERVATIONS. Goalkickers: - Ramblers: Quintrell (2), Virgin (2), .Meadows, Budden, and Adams. Saints: "Snowy"- Smart (3), Cain, Hawkins, King,-and Dixon. It wpuld be a. difficult proposition to pick out the best players in their order for either team, as almost ail were in good form. Ramblers' best were MantborpeK Dodd, Brown, McNamara, Adams, Brimage, Budden. Quintrell, and Shields, whilst those who ' did most service for the losers were "Snowy" Smart, Brennan, Jenkins (3), E. Smart, Harford, Fogarty, Mes nil, Dixon, and Mills. Saints received 12 more frees than, the winners, the following being the totals for each term:-First: Saints, 9; Ramblers, 9; second: Saints, 8; Ramblers, 9; third: Saints, 12; Ramb lers, 6; fourth: Saints, 14; Ramblers, 7. Total: Saints, 43; Ramblers, 31. Taylor was not up to his usual form, being -indisposed;' 1 Nevertheless; ~ "fie did useful service in the centre."' The kicking of Lock was greatly, admired, and he is well worth his place in a team for t...

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(copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

< copyright.) "pi WILtlAM naURRAT GRitbOS. Auitor of "Vfsa. Shamaiin," "Tfci House of Orfanoff," fte. ' PAltT 25. "I veai ember clearly now," he went oril "it happened in this 'wise; I was at the wheel wl*en I heard a bell ring faintly througl the fog. It Boun ded iartfcer and fa'ther away, until I beard It no more. t knew that the ~ u.itn of-v.ar liad been close by, but vras 13 o.f beading i* a different direc tion. As the danger was over for the pjci^nt, I thought I would not give tfeei-irj®. A little later I noticed the pacales were revolving very dov iy, :>i:d that the engine made scaree !v snv iiosee. I was alarmed, and left tiit wheel for a moment to eee if any Lhin I.-".<! happened to MalkolL "Tii-n I saw this stranger-him villi t>;£ Viloodv clothes. He was about xo shove the yawl ovier the Hp drew a Knife and came ai if '---, lie was such a. dreadful sight U.-ii i : :niost loet-my wits, but there nu aie lying near, and I picked it uii;)t ;i threw ...

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