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Peterborough Hospital. The List Growing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 September 1919

Peterborough Hospital. The List Growing Arc You In It? Progressive Totals. Hospital Committee (incomplete; 2 lories, S. D. (Mayor) JEiO .2 Dickson, S. 10 '£ Dickson Bros. lu 4 Dr. Clarke 10 5 . Dr. Clarke 30 6 Dr. Goode 10 7 Dr. Goode 10 8 Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 9 Hoile, E. 10 30 Hoile, E. 10 11 Phillips, G- lo 12 Goudie, R. W. ^' 10 13 Goudie, R. W. ltt 14 Bowering, J- W. t lu 15 Bowering, J. W. i 10 16 Jamieson, A. "? 10 17 Both, M. K. 10 18 Bills, L. J. 30 19 Shakes, H. P. £3 Benfield, H, j . 10 20 Hamlyn, J. | s Brandt, E. , ? i ' a 10 21 Bohme, R. A. .&? iw 22 Frith. F. H. ; ' lo Wald, D. . ..> ?; Dodd, E. F. 0 lir Shops and Businesses. 23 Cox, E. K. 30 -4 Cox, M. J" 10 25 Dobbie, E. A. t .10 26 Cousins, E. A. fa ^ 10 27 Chinner, T. H. £ ~ 10 28 O'Loughlin, j. 10 29 Leonard, M. ,j . r, r, S'teinke, E. E. t , 5 5 10 3 is 30 Shackleford, E. ^ 4 5 Wilson, Jas. lo 31 Porter, A. A. 4 i, 5 lo Brauer & Sous ^ , 5 10 32 Potter, E. b. ;; a Jenkins, Geo. 3 Stringer, ...

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

Bennett & Rsher, Ltd., amalgamating' Bennett & Fisher and Cheadle, Crase and Co. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, WOOL Ina PROBUCE BROKERS. , ' Head Office-ADEL AIDE. ' ' Branch and Country Markets: lift Barker, Nairne, Murray' Bridge, Willunga, Norznanville, Peterborough, - and-Port Adelaide Wool Stone. Weekly Sales, ADELAIDE. ABATTOIRS Mondays-Cattle. Wednesdays-Sheep. Lambs, Pigs and Calves; . ? ... Mondays-Sheep Skins, Rabbit Skins, Hides, etc. * PETERBOROUGH MARKET. Third Thursday, monthly. Liberal CasTi Advances made against " the coming- Clip and Produce. - THE STUD GREYYHOUND. Royal King, COMEDY KING-LEA PEN A. v©f all#the great SENATOR'S de scendants. this Greyhound mostly re sembles him in conformation. He is a winner .in open and pluinpton. He is a brother to the Derby winner, Ccntedlan, and is a handsome Grev . hound, full of vigour, and is a pro mising- young- sire. Fee. .?3 3/. Full particulars on Jippli^atiuii J. SARGENT, .. (20} PETERBOROUGH. PROPER TREATMENT NEC...

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

fi&iL jtAKiNE, Accnsiirr. ^ttnnct^'Compuj,. Ltd: A'ptarely Australasian Company, ;? 'authorise! - capital, JS».«00;00<>. ' Kvery .description of Property, in cluding' HAVSTACKS and GROW iSlG CROPS, inlattd* at r Lowest Cahtpt .HKes. DAMAGE BY UGHTNIKG covered 'Without Extra Premium.: Employers - protected Against' their liability for gcudehtt (. theft "Workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect Security. Prompt Sttdatteii. - .fsfea 5.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. Yjt. A. HUGHES, Manager. A|tst at Peterborough .' R. HEITHERSAY. I^ASMERS are recommended to secure their Supplies for Next Harvest as early as possible and thus avoid last season's shortage Write at once for quotations ~for Binder and Sewing Twines. H J, PENNO * CO., LTD., " DARLING BUILDINGS. ADELAIDE. £ & W Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS £ ?** * Hijfb. QualityFlower SeecUsnd Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Scads; Cut flowers. WrM^ii,.Posiea, IwwiMlt, etc.;- Best .Agricu...

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

Religious Mrvlom. Catholic.-Holv Mass, 8 and ll Petersburg, and 6 and 10.30 Yon gala. Usual evening devotions 7 Petersburg. * ? Methodist-] l a.in. and 7. p.m., Rev. A. ti. 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 — 26 September 1919

-DEATH. GERLACH.-On the 20th Septem ber, at the Melbourne Hospital, Theo dore (Ted), dearly loved second son of J. F. and A. Gerlach, of Peterbo rough, aged 30 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

ENTIRE HORSE SEASON (1919). 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 son at reasonable rates. Apply at once to THE OFFICE OF THIS JOURNAL f. Mrs. V. C. Gurnet1 j - j Dressmaker, 338 Rundle Street j Adelaide, write* that many per- | "«??» know to her hellgve in the j Great Nerve Kenedy j I Here b Mrs. GURNEES letter writtn Inly 4th, 1916: CLEMENTS TONIG LD. :i " llaBj af KJ pilrat fcn»w j tkeaaaaat of goriyonr nediciar Ini dntiw m*.-;.; "I aat reqaestei to Make know* ike wmderjal/ car« .fteztcd by Clmest* Tonic. | :. *'I ittribBttar«icbtttio the fact tkat J liad a raih of basinets LMJftr mu a! tbe fraatwluck caaie«l me . Buck anxiety." ' "I saHara4 iron WEAKNESS, POORAFFETiTE * INSOMNIA " Weald passed witkent sleep, aad ay appearance was mock ckangeti. - "To be;brief, I-an certain 1 w.aMmot'beiB THE LAND OF it «t keea iar Clements Tonic." : (Signed} VIOLET £...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 33. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

CHAPTER 33 Well! Have you got your men? was his greeting. * Yes, Sir! replied. the Bombadier. Then fall them in? _ We were therfc . in a trice, listening, watching, and eager. .5 The Skipper .eyed .us for a ^moment, and:a grim smile was, just ..discernible . playing round his'lips as he turned and snapped across the gun park, . Sergeant-Major! Sir! And as the RiFiA.- man came toward us we watched the trim Artillery- double and die smart salute. How-long is it since you've had a Field Day? Ten years Sir. How long have you been in the Army? . 22 years Sir. As a Regular ? Yes Sir. The Captain's next words were meant to Tag us. ? See this Rabble Sergeant-Major? Yes Sir. Well I want you to have a Field Day for 30 minutes on them. They reckon they know their work, and I'm giving them their chance to pass through Carry on! "r-We '.were.' .sOonJ at it. .'Five minutes found us standing -up breathing hard with exertion-swinging an 18-pounder about in sand is no light work. Ten minutes pased a...

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£500 WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

£500 WANTED Enquiries were made at this office last week for the Peace Loan Committee and we had to admit that we had heard nothing about such a body, although we felt sure there was one. in exis tence. We would be pleased to hear from the secretary or chair man of same, . Mr. E. A. Cousin, of Ahe Rail way Hotel, Feterbdfeough; also called into the office this week, and in the course of conversation* touched on the Peace Loan; he ^tated thai he was prepared to put in £500, if there was (another who would do likewise,, and so make an extra <£1000 for Peter borough District. ^We feel sure that the other £500 will be forth coming. Please advise us im mediately, in time for next issue. *

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THAT STICKY KIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

THAT STICKY KIND. The old man had evidently dropped, eometbi&g in tie muddy road, and he began searching for it. In three minutes about-, thirty: strangers bad' joined ? in the -search and every additional. minute brought additional eearc&ers, until at last., cne bolder than the rest plucked, up heart, and spoke, "What are you looking for?" he inquired. "Myfriend," mumbled the old man "I have dropped' a piece of toffee''. - "But, great Scott!" cried another of . the crowd angrily. "Why-^do you go looking for it when it Will be covered with dirt ?" ''Because, my inquisitive friend." replied the old than, "my false- teeth are stacking to that, .toffee.-** Doctor You bare no re^oa- ^tc believe; madam, that your shot himself intentionally ?'* ; Madam: "(A, dear, no 1 It was,, purely- accidental. But- ic he seriouBj. ly hart? Doctor r**Quifce aeriouslybut - -I' ^hink-we Hit him.*' Madam : "Wkat ,ik you gojag- ><tt> do now witt all tfcose hoolCwtfeal insta...

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CORRESPONDENCE. DEPASTURING LICENCES AND DISTRICT COUNCIL OF YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

CORRESPONDENCE. DEPASTURING LICENCES AND DISTRICT COUNCIL OF .. YONGALA. " Sir-In your report of the meeting <5f - the District ^Council of Yongala. held 30th ultimo, l am ,reported to have made a misleading statement viz., . that ''CoupciI f vsrouid not consider. re^esVj ratepayers to lower . the amount of . depasturing . licences for stock road." This mis statement is said to have been made - to Local Government Department/. -I am prepared: to admit ;lhat tne Coun cil had' considered depasturing- ra|e: previous to ratepayers^ meeting, ithe ^Councilpo^itivelyrefusedtoigive idle ratepayers a' chance' to. vote -for 'oirK against. the increase . of five . The Chairman"" .simply rei4^r&§<l: "Tiie tate is fjifcssedj;, sfffentv .oj>"?the ed park, or 42 head of stock, on 53 acres (area given by clerk), at 12/6 per head. This is called cheap feed. Blockers pay £25 15/ for 107 head, "more cheap feed; " on Bullrush Creek. Farmers pay £52 4/ on 209 head, still...

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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

- {Copyright.} ^ i m THENAME OF By . WILLIAM MURRAY GRAtBON, Author tit "y£ra Shamarin." "The House pi Urfanoff," fcc. FABT 26. ? "I don't know what to make of this," observed Cranbrook. "I wish I knew where we were, but there is Eot much chance of finding out. It is daylight now, and yet the fog "gives no sign of lifting." "it won't lift, either," replied Vas eily. Don't you feel the drizzle of .rain ? There is more bad weather ahead." "By Jove, I know what's wrong !" suddenly cried Vivian. "The current is drifting us ashore. The racket over yonder has been growing clearer every minute. The ironclad under stands this, and no doubt the ma rines have landed or are pulling along shore in readiness for the at tack." . "You sire right." muttered Cran brook. "Nothing can save us now." Every rifle; was loaded, and tbff grim little band stood on the fore deck waiting for the end. They were resolved to sell their lives dearly Helen csroe up from the cabin, and Alexis" put bis arm round her....

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H. WEARNE. A WELL-KNOWN ATHLETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

WEARNE. A WELL-KNOWN ATHLETE, In last week's "Times" a personal paragraph appeared concerning "Hor ry" Wearne. The following will give the reader on idea of this young ath lete. Born 1898, H. Wearne is com paratively a boy. His successes com menced at the Prince Alfred College sports in 1914. On that day he won the 220 yards, 440 yards, 100 yards, and 150 yards handicaps. He also played football in the first eighteen against St. Peter's College. After leaving school "Horry" started pro fessional running, in which he was very successful. At the age^of 17 he won the Semaphore Sheffield1 in rec ord time, beating such well-known runners as Albert Fooks, Dave Smith, and D'Arcy Elliott. He also won the Greenock Sheffield, Broken Hill Eight Hours Sheffield, and 200 yards han dicap, defeating Gerald Taykfr, now champion foot runner of Australia. In swimming he won the amateur championship of South Australia for boys under 16. The Broken Hill Swimming Championship, after being placed second ...

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CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 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, talce Chamberlain's Tr Hets. They relieve coarsi-.psrie",' remove, the cause, and by strengthen ing the bowels to act naturally, never create the necessity for the regular use of laxatives. Sold by all store Jwqperf. . - - '

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DISTRICT NEWS. HAWKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. HAWKER. September 24.-Through the break ing of "-he big whistle on the engine '. f the north train travelling from Maree to Quorn, thereby allowing tteam to escape, the train reached '.ere -nore than two and--a half hours late' t^-day. The local railway sta i.on master (Mr. G. W C. Lyne), who was advised by telephone of the :nishar got into touch with the Ouorn 'ocomotive department, with Hie result that a light engine was de spatched to bring on the belated t.ain. In the meantime the driver of he engine plugged up the broken whist.t- arid bolted on a plate, thereby enabling the locomotive to proceed with *'je train to here, and eventually *: o Ouorn. TEROWIE. Septerabet 25.-Mr. Charley Straw Lridg-^ son of Mr. George Straw bridge. of Port Pirie, was repairing 'he top parts of a windmill on Mr. D M 'honeys form, when he fell from . he top of 1he mill to the ground, a distance of about 20 feet. Mr. A. R. ^uck wis assisting in the work, and he immediately picked MStraw ...

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YONGALA DISCTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

YONGALA DISCTRICT COUN CIL. ilonthlv meeting held September 27. Present: Crs. P. J. Kerin (chair man), Cram, O'Reilly, Jamieson, Torr, D. T. Robinson, and district clerk (Mr. F. H. Bormann). Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. The chairman repoited that no ten der had been received for work in plantation; also that water laid on from chaffmill to pound yards had been disconnected. The -clerk's financial report showed receipts : mounting o £15 2/. Th: pay sheets, amounting to fl83 10/3, were passed as read. Tenders accepted: Contract 320, d.w., 15 chains forming north of Pom croy's, Hd. Yongala, £l8 5/: No. 311 (returned soldiers only), 15 chains metalling on formation Ucolta Road -no tender. Resolved that contract be left in hands of Crs. for Yongala Ward and Clerk to let privately or re-adverrise; department to be ad vised re alteration of contract to screened rubble. Correspondence: From Local Gov ernment Department advising ±246 5/6 paid to Council's credit as sub sid...

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Fall From A Balcony. Tragic Death at Quorn. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

fall from A Balcony. Tragic Death at Quorn. Quite a gloom was cast over Quorn on Tuesday, when the sad news was heralded abroad that Thomas Fredei'ick Hilder, aged 64 years, sheep farmer re siding at Ciadock, had met his death through a fall from the balcony of the Criterion Hotel, where he was staying the night previous. The deceased was well known and highly respected in the district, where he had lived for about forty years. The deceased arrived on the north train at about 6.30. To his rela tives we extend our deepest sym pathy. When notified of the occurence the coroner (Mr. R. Thompson) deemed an inquest necessery, and same was held in the Quorn Court House on Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. THE INQUEST. Dr. Thos. Gibson, medical prae tioner of Quorn. siated he was called on Tuesday morning to view the body of the deceased, which was lying on the ground, 2 feet from the verandah. In his opinion the right side of the skull was smashed in and blood was oozing from both the ears, also from t...

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PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. Arrangements are now complete tor the Holding of the animal Peter borough Railway Picnic at Ucolta to morrow (Saturday). October 4. The energetic secretary (Mr. H. Onleyt and his hard-working committee., have left no stone unturned to ensure the eujoyment oi a pertcct day's outing for everyone, and. as the weather pro mises to be fine, it would appear thai their efforts will be crowned with unqualified success. Splendid accept ances have been received and some interesting racing is promised. The official programme is now available, giving the heats of the principal ev ents and full details of the pro gramme. The usual special trains will leave Peterborough. Cockburn. and Terowie on the morning of the picnic, returning in the evening, full particulars of which will be found on handbills. Refreshments, cool drinks, etc.. will be procurable on the grounds at reasonable charges.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

Peterirorougji Madiek .3155 Fat SHEEP Store 3155 *4 Fat CATTLE Store 8* « ' HORSES V« _25 '? PIGS 26 'J* ""-r . . SUNDRIES. ' THURSDAY, 9th OCTOBEft, - ^at. 3.2.30 o'clock, at their Yards. will offer by auction, as above: SHEEP. , Of WOOL 80 prime wethers, carrying splendid skins 30 prime wethers, well woolled 25 prime "wethers, heavily clad 200 fat wethers, well woollea 30 fat wethers, good skins 50 fet wethere 40 prime «we«, good skins 50 fat ewes 50 fat Jambs 10 fat lambe 50 fat lambs 40 fat lambs 25 fat lambs 10 fat ewes 100 fat hoggets, mixed sexes, well woolled 60 prime springlambs 100 fat ewes, good skins SHORN 150jat wethers . _ 120 fat wetliera _ 30 fat lambs 550 114-year ewes," in good condition and well grown 410 l^-year ewes, hand shorn 300 Iff-year ewes 100 3 -year to f.m. ewee, with 80 per cent. lambs at foot 300 2 and 3-year old ewes, in good con dition, hand shorn 250 3-year wethers, forward to fat, early machine shorn CATTLE. 4. prime steers 6 fat steers, handy weig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance -Company, Ltd. "A purely - Art^qpinui Company, authorised £ capita ;JEaM>W.WQ: Srerr idetcripdoo of Property, as* chi^s HaYSTACKS ind GROW CROPS, insured it loimt Current Rales.T DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covere4Without Extra Prmim Employers protected .gunii their liabil^r for accident* . Iv Atir workmen. Lowest Ititcj. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. 1A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough &: heiTHERSAY! l^ARilERS are recommended to .. secure their Supplies . for Next ' Harness as early as possible and thus avoid last-season's shortage. Write atonce tor-quotations for. Binder and Sewing Twines. , fL J. PENNO * CO., LTD., DARLING BUILDINGS. v ADELAIDE. ?» E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN. NURSERYMEN, * FLORISTS i ' , tr ur < «ri. y i High Quality Mower Seeds and .albs. Specially Selected Vegetable Seed*; Cut Flowers. Wreaths, Posies, Bouquets,. etc.- Best Agri...

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The [?] Times. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

FRIDAY, OCTOBEB^3,1919. Local and General News Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 and 11 Pe tersburg, and 10.30 Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions 7 Petersburg. Jamestown Show.-Special trains and excursion fares have, as usual, been arranged for the Jamestown Show on Wednesday next, 8th (public holiday), and a very large gathering is anticipated." Prize lists are now available, and may be had free on ap plication to the secretary. A Phenomenal Bargain! 58-in. Tailors' Serge, all wool, 16/S, at Dobbie's. « Wirth's Circus last week forward ed to the Peterborough Corporation a cheque for £10 to be placed to the credit of' the -utffortunate man who was killed accidentally ori the day of the "visit of the circus to this town in January last. We understand that the cheque has been handed to the widow of the late Mr. Flavel. ___ 40-in. Beautiful White Voiles, 1/11 yd., at Dobbie's. The "Register" says says:-Mr. A. Jamieson, who has been chosen Presi dent of the Baptist Union, was born at Gameracha, and is...

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