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

fceifgtous bervtoes. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday' next the services will be as follows:-8, -Holy Communion; 11, Sung Eucha rist; 7, Evensong. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Rev. A. H. Melbourne; . Baptist-li a.m. and 7 p.m. Preach er-K«v. S. Bowering.

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

DON'T GET AI.ARMED If your children get whooping cough. Keep up their strength wk6 nourishing food and .give Chamber lain's- Cough Remedy in frequeni doses. If you do this the attack mll "fee over in five or six weeks,' instieaii " of running through the winter. t We hive never known Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to fail to give relief, no matter howsevere theattick of whooping :congb Jbas ^ceu. Sol^ by i all storekeepers. ^-^2 . 7 V" JEWELLERY STOHE A visit to our Show Rooms will convince you that we have the Finest and most Up-to-date Assortment of JEWELLERY, SILVER WARE, E.P. WARE, and CLOCKS, suitable for WEDDING & BIRTHDAY Presents. PKICKS Ti < SUIT F.VF.RYONF. CALL AND INSPECT. Zyolonite Ware. A choice ran.are <>s \'e\y Good; iu Zyolonite Ware is now on show, in cluding Hair Brushes. Hand Mirrors, ranging from IX/0 to 30/-. Ladies' Hand Bags. Persian Leather Buiif. 13 6. 16/-. 31/-. Morocco Leather Bags. 15/-. i6/e. 30/-. Also a large assortment o...

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SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy for colds, influenza, chest complaints, neuralgia, indigestion, rheumatism. Sender's Ex tract, the sure protection from all is lections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis. Sander's Extract, the great healer of wounds, burns, 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 effect of the common eucalyptus and the so called "extracts," and is safe far inter nal'and external use.. Insist on the Genuine Sander Extract, arid derit* the benefit of quality and reliability Th>r* is oob "init *» mood" 7

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RAMBLERS v. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

RAMBLERS v. DAWSON. A match was played at Dawson on Saturday, September 26, between the auove clubs. The Ramolers were minus 13 of their premiership team, and Dawson were also short of some or their best, mainly liob .Hugh, their champion halt-black; Kennedy, who has oeen playing- exceptionally well in goals this season, ana Snowy Smart, and Leo i'ogarty. Captain ivainsay won the toss, and decided to take advantage of a nice breeze that was blowing. No sooner had the bail been bounced than it was down amongst the Dawson iQrwards, and . from a nice piece of play Williams opened the day's scoring with a point. After the kick-off the ball was worked back to the Dawson goal, and Kamsay put Johnson in possession, who kicked true. After the bounce Frank Peters, who w^s playing a ust ful game, booted the second goal for his side. The Dawson men seemed to be having it all their own way at this stage of the game, until Manthorpe worked the leather ground the win., but it hadn't goue far when...

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DINNER TO THE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

DINNER TO THE VISITORS. On Saturday evening last the exe cutive of the Albions Football Club tendered a dinner to the St. Anacle tus' footballers, from Peterborough, at the Transcontinental HoteL About 60 persons sat down.to a sumptuous feast, provided by Host Heaslip. The tables and the dining room were lav ishly decorated-the yellow and black of the-Albions and the green and black of the visiting teams comprised the colour scheme. From every mouth terms of praise and thanks to the ladies for their work could be heard. The feast was timed to commence at 7 p.m., but owing to tlje chief offi cer being a few minutes late, a depu tation was dispatched to ascertain what had become of him, and it was found thaf he was so engrossed in his toilet that he omitted to notice that the "enemy" had announced seven bells. However, at 7.15 all hands were seated, and the only sounds that -broke the silence were the crunching of turkey in many hungry mouths and the rustle of the dainty waitresses as...

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CRICKET. FEDERALS v. ORROROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

CRICKET. FEDERALS V. ORROROO. The cricket season was begun on Sat urday last, when a team from Orroro-j played the Federal team on the local grounds. From a variety of causes ino Federals could only muster half a r.earu, but a few willing subs csme along ana helped them out. Dowiiiig won the toss from Bills aud sent Addison and Keats to the wickets, whilst Dodd commenced operations un behalf of the attack; neither batsmen were comfortable when facing hits curly ones, and Keats was nicely caught' by Chinner when the score was 1-3-3. Ijow - ling followed and was missed oil* a big hit first ball: fortunately for the Federals the opposing captain did not last long, being yorked by Jamieeon-3-9-is. FeJt-i followed, nut was at sea to i)oad and was easily stumped by Braiiiey-3-10-3i. Shariey relieved Jaoiiesoiu, tiie match being a good opportunity to try the coU<. Smith soon fell a victim to Dodd-4-3-41. Hennessy, in essaying a big hit, was caught and bowled by Dodd-5-2-43. Ad d...

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

OBSERVATIONS. Practically the whole of the win ners played well, but the most notice able were Ramsay, F. Peters, Will Peters, Smart (2), Fogarty. and Wil liams. For the Ramblers Brown, Man thorpe, Brimage. Lock, Meadows, May Smith, and Skeet Taylor worked hard to avert defeat. The Ramblers were fortunate in having: the services of M^rty Bren nan, the Saints' captain, who could not make the trip to Quorn. He did not intend to play, but when he found that the Ramblers were short he stripped. Although Marty was suf fering from an injury to the hand he majje his presence felt. Goalkickers-Dawson: B. Williams, W. Peters, Johnson, and G. Smart. Ramblers: Meadows (2), Brennan, M. Smith, and Morgan. In the evening the Dawson folk ar ranged a dance for the visitors, and there was a fair attendance, a most enjoyable evening being spent

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THE PEACE LOAN. Extended to October 7th. Failure Means Compulsion. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

THE PEACE LOAN. Extended to October. 7th. Failure Means Compulsion. The Federal Treasury has announc ed that Australia has contributed £5.000,000 short of the total amount of £25.000,000, and in order to give the fairest opportunity of making up the deficit of £5,000,000 on the volun tary basis, the extra fourteen days have been granted. There exists in the minds of many, apparently, a doubt that the compulsory clauses will be enforced. In case this opinion is still entertained, it must be abso lutely understood as final and definite that if after October 7 people have not done their duty they will be forced to do so. Many country dis tricts have splendidly fulfilled their duty, and by the enthusiasm and ear nestness of the local committees have not only won honour tablets, but in 'several cases have been successful in obtaining the additional coat of arms. On the other hand, there have been many country districts that have ut terly broken down on the whole pro position. Some distri...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. Monthly meeting held September 20. 1919. Present: Crs. G. L. Fergu son (chair). C. H. Meyers, H. Davies, and P. McElister. Minutes of previ ous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence: From Local Gov ernment Department, advising thai expenditure of Commonwealth gift must be completed by December 31. 1919; received. From same, advising payment to council's credit of £lio 11/ subsidy oil rates collected 1918-9. From same, enclosing copy of report of Road Inspector Ayling on mate rial used on the Dawson to Peter borough main road, which was com plained of by a ratepayer, and termed as "'mullock"; the report stated that "as such a considerable damage was caused by floods in February last, the council, in their desire to make the funds go as far as possible, used a cheaper material, as metal would cost about £8 per chain, and the material used had given satisfactory results elsewhere": received. From same rc destruction of African boxthorn as a noxious weed...

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FOOTBALL. Quora, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

FOOTBALL. Quota, Wedn*«l*y. On Saturday last the St. Anacletus team from Peterborough .journeyed to Quorn to try conclusions with the Albion team, of our association. Shortly after 3 p.m. the ball was bounced, and Mr. ^H. Harradine, who kindly -consented to act as umpire on this occasion, taken on the whole, did very well. Fine weather favoured the players, and only a slight breeze was in evidence. After a hard-fought fjame the yisitors ran out winners by 21 points. The teams were as fol lows:-Mills (captain)^ Jenkins, Bren nan, Clancy, Dixon, Fogarty, Gurry, Hawkins, King, Mesnil, Murphy, Mc Millan (2), Smart, Jenkins, T. Wall, " Graves, Wearne. ? Albions - Habel (captain)', Bennett, (vice), By water, Ellis, Graham, Harradine, Hinton, Kirwan, Wain. Rev. Marks, Miller, Neumann, Huddlestpn, Wright, Tay lor, W. Simpson, Donogfaue, K. Sharp, ~ and G. Kimber. -First Quartern Skipper Habel. won the toss, and decided io kick towards the northern goals. With the bounce of the ball the Albi...

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The "Times" Medal. Most Popular Footballer. Won by P. J. Dixon by 7039 votes. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 3 October 1919

The " Times" Medaf. Most Popular Footballer. Won by P. J. Dixon by 7039 votes. As announced in our last issue the voting competition for the most popular footballer in the N.E.FJL, which was running for 11 weeks, was .won by Mr. P. J. Dixon, of the St. Anecletus Club, by 7039 votes, and he richly de serves the medal, as he secured 3007 more votes than all the others. The members of the Club are to be complimented upon the result of their efforts, by which the hospital benefits by £41 12/5 ; this with the subsidy . will total £104 1/- Early in the fight-Dixon jumped into promin ence and won every prize offered for the most votes secured in each week, and so strong did his sup porters rally round him that he put on a 3000 lead, and none of the others were able to keep up, so did not make the effort/ THE WINNER, MR. P. J DIXON. We intended publishing a de tailed list of the amounts received in the competition, but owing to the Unitede not having handed in their full total, we have to h...

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A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. HOW DR. LACASSAGNE, OF PARIS PICKED OUT AN ASSASSI[?] MEANS OF A FEW STREA[?] ON [?] BUTCHER'S KNIFE AND A [?] PRINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. ? 4 HOW DR. LACASSAGNE, OF I" PIOKJHD OUT AN AStfAS.Sl. MEANS OF A FEW STIV.iArvo BUTCHER'S KNIFE AND A i PRINT. On Becember, J, ]S.n,.i.bo i\>ns , o lice found Jules Deca.-ss-, a r.- i . i shopkeeper, 'dea.i in the- ii :i t iiis house at No. 22, Un«- M-touu-.i. ire Defcasse ha-d b'-en killed with ;j 1h-.lt/ butcher's kuiie. A charwuin.til .upstairs at the lintp, but sl*e hi I heard-'no one 'v. i h not' h d she knowledge of auy 011^ havj::; fil tered the housK. She iuyu'-i^e 1 tb . knife as «one * belonfri:!.;; to the mur dered man. The police found noihi-jg in their first . examination to 1 orai. to the as sassin. Dr Lac.^ssairne. the famou:; criminologist, war. sent for by M. Le « pine, the Paris Chief of Police. "AIL that we have as evidence is this knife," said Lepine. "Lnfo.t'.i ' nately, it is one of Deoasse's and so elves us no clue toward bis murder er-" Dr. Lacassagne went through the usual procedure of photography and then- began hi.s exami...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

FfflDAY, 17th©CT0B£R, /; *. at .12.30. 1770 . SHEEP lWO ?> F«| 30 CATTLE 30 -. horSJES;..-.PIGS,- '.AND.. SUNDRIES. »> will offer by auction as above > 300 Prize Ewes ?' 130 Fat Ewes 180 Fat Ewes 1 160 Fat Lambs 110 Fat Lambs 870; Sheep,. forward stores, including' 100 Hoggets 70 Wethers 700 Ewes (i? not previously sold) 120 Mixed Hoggets 30 Fat and Store Cattle 85 Light end Dratigiir Horses, diract from the Station, good stamps and con dition. LAND. - Account Mrs. E. Andre wartha, 20. Township Allotments, situated in the Orroroo Extension. For full, particulars applj' to the Auctioneers. - SUNDRIES - On account Mr. G. Goss, who is leaving the district: 1 Sider. Buggy, Pole, and Shafts; Household Furniture... TERMS'.-Cath. less "one *nd a half oet cent, discount on purchaser of £30 or over, er &pproFed- bills to *iaiters at three oaanths. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. Acting under instructions from Mrs. . "Si. L. Phillis, of Johnburgh, Bag®t,ShakesX Lewis, limited, ' "he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

- Insurance 'Company, Ltd. A purely Auttrtiuikd Company, authorised ' capital, £3,000,000. iyery ^description of Property, in ^ eluding HAYSTACKS and GROW ING CROPS, insured at - Lowest - Cfltr^nt ''Rates. ."DAMAGE /BY LIGHTNING coveted "Without Extra ,, PrenuitK. Employers"...protected Against their liabilitylot accidents t*~thcir workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect security. . Prompt Settlements. 5A Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. ; Agent . at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY stvivuG Tvaflt. I^ARMliRS - are recommended to securetheir Supplier for "'Next Harvest as-early as possible aiid thus avoid last: season's. shortage. Write at once for quotations for Binder and Sewing Twines. H. J. PENNO & CO.. LTD., DARLING BUILDINGS. " _ -ADELAIDE. -.-??? - m & W- Scfeetl, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERVM£N, * FLORISTS. . i - .. v" . i - > _ .Hi|b Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, SpttaQiy Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flower*. Wreaths, Posies, Boimuets,ftei: Bes...

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The Times FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

FRIDAY, OCTOBER io, 1919. Local and General News S. Peter's Church-On Sunday next the services. ,>vill be as follows: 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. Excellent 54in. White Sheetings, 2/3 and 2/6, at Bobbie's. House to House Collection - Col lected by Mrs. E. Northcott: Mrs. C. Baldwin, £l; Mr. S. Rudland, Mr. J. T. Northcott. 10/ each; Mrs. E. J. Smart, .Mrs. H. Mildren. 5/ each; Mrs. J. Bates. Mrs. E. Keen, 6/ each; Mrs. J. Hill, Mrs. Polomka, Miss Howard, Miss Canny, 2/ each; Mrs. Lehmann,- 2/6: Mrs. Zachschewski, 1/6; total, i3 14/. Dainty Millinery, Newest Tussore Coats, Pretty Biouses,~at Dobbie't. Mr. C. Laubman, of Messrs. Laub man & Panic, opticians; fiundle Street, Adelaide, will be visiting: ? Peterbor ough^ Jamestown, Caltowie, and Yon gala,:as per dates ? .advertised in the advertising columns of this paper. Mr. Laubman is bringing *vith him the most modern and scientific sight-test ing instruments, also the dainty rim less and fitsu -mountings, together with the st...

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Religious Servioes. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

Ksiigfrus Mrvioes. Catholic;-ff.oly Mass, 8.30 Laucelot and 11 Peterborough. Usual .Evening Devations, 7 Peterborough. Methodist-Ji 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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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

WELCOME HOME. At the town hall last week the com mittee of the Co-op. - Stores extended a welcome home to one of their em ployees, Sergt. S. G. Golding. About 200 members of the society were pre sent. The president (Mr. H. C. Prit chard) announced that at the last moment their guest could not be pre sent owing to illness; this was very unfortunate, but it could not be help ed. and the social part of the pro gramme would go on just the same. The mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones) deliv .erejd. .a/i, ,?pprofiriate address,, and re ferred to the loss that the society had sustained through thu death o"f one employee (Mr. T. H. Wood), who had paid the supreme sacrifice at the front. He congratulated the society on the safe return of "Sergt. S- G. Golding, and was sure that he was an ideal employee. The mayor thanks ed the committee and the members for the honour that they had done Mr. Golding, and he was sure that Mr. Golding would appreciate the kind feelings. Committeemen: Messrs. W. Phillips, P....

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Peterborough Annual Stow. Wednesday Next. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

Peterborough Annual Stow. Wednesday Next. Arrangements are now com plete for the Annual Show on Wednesday next. Entries are coming in freely, and a. record gathering is anticipated. GUESSING COMPETITION. Mr. W. J". Wade, of Panara mittee, has again generously donated a fat bullock for a guess ing competition, the proceeds of which will this year help to swell the Hospital Funds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

TO MAKE GOOD FAMILY COUGH MIXTURE ANDSAVE r MUCH MONEY. Obtain from jtw ckenmt or itore * bottle of HEENZO (registered name for H«*n» Ew^oceJ.' wl >dd it 3k ? breakf»«tcup ' ?tui: of nun water -sweetened ' witb; *"?clc ,«ir boner and sagm? *. >er ismtcd on fttie. Ufldi ana_jroo W five a riot of copeoor cough and «ore mtil rtof _ jfe*1"' CMjiei**gh: Street, ? CHEST'S Coffee Palace (Late Grant's), Hlndlty Street, Adelaide. THE CLEANEST HOUSE IN THE CITY. Splendid Table. Moderate Terras. 'Phone 1993. DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE. Some People Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It. Do you have backache? Are you tired and wprn out? Feel dizzy, nervous, and depressed? Are the kidney secretions irregular? Highly coloured; contain sediment? Likely your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys "give warnings of'dis tress. Heed the warning; don't delay. Use a tested kidney remedy. Mrs. H. Schnaars, Bismark Street, Petersburg, says:-"Having received great benefit from Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, ...

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PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

; PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY PICNIC. ! Officials;-Patron, J.. McGuife. Esq. *' (Railways Commissioner)president.. ' W.. H. Hill,- Esq.; chairman, J. White; ?Mce-chainnan, A.' G. Lewis* commit tee-H. S. Oriley, J: White. H. M. 'ifipriey. C Matth» v.s, A. Hill, j. MitcheU, L. Gluyas, E. Edmonds, S. Edmonds, W. ^Wells, J. Cussack,' J. ' Graves, iL Tonkin, R. A. Bottomley, iJ. Brennan.W. Meadows. G. Brice, J. Cave,J. Williams, M. Hennesay, J. A. Chadwick, C.: Green, W. Howell, H. Tucker, R. Wilcox, P. Sumnaerton, M. Gurry, W, Roberts. G. Morgan, C. Dunning, G. Bottger. A. Smith, L. Newton, W. Footer, A. G. Lewis, A. D. Garwood, C. Rogers, H. Ferry, E. .Mitchell, T. Mellett, S. Mitchell, G. B. Pascoe, R. Wilton, A. Oliver, P. Beagley, T- Jenkins. Children's Com mittee: Messrs. E. A. Ham (conven er), D. Brennan, W. Wells, G. Mor gan, J. Williams. Judges-Messrs. W. H. Hill, J. Henderson, C. B. An derson, G. W. Martin, J. C. Brfmage. and R. A. Bohme. Referees-Messrs' -H. Tbnkin and C. Green. Hand...

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