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

PETERBOROUGH SHOW. Sir-I am informed that once again a. dry show %as been proclaimed "for Peterborough" A lew years ago/such a proposition would; Have been- treat ed and dealt with as an absurdity, but apparently changing years' brlpg changing conditions and com mittees. I am ". not interested personally in whether- a -"publi can's booth is permitted upon the. show ground on show day or hpt, but hei»i«r a lover of. fair play and justice I am incensed at the mannerinwhich the wowser members, of the commit tee Have attained their object. . We all know that last year the: decision to have a dry show caused dissent and dissatisfaction amongst . prominent members of the show-society; One would have thought that the 'com mittee. laiowiiig this, would at least' fmve .freefed 5ne oaestion- f^irSy and repi^ent^Ppppff^nityof«^ T^ceiy&d Mmmittee^r Or. Goode, .as chairman of the hospi tal coqSnittee. The letter; proposed that booths' should' be conducted on lie slibw ground and the proc...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) DAWSON V. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) DAWSON V. TEROWIE. Sir-Will you kindly grant me a little space in your * correspondence column to reply to some of the child like and ridiculous statements that the Captain of the Dawson F.C. was so good to make. First of all, he doubts my word as to whether we were really minus some of our best players, and he asks me to name some of them, which 1 might state is quite an easy matter. For instance, we were minus W. Rosewall, H. Chapman, B. Richardson, A. Williams, T. McKer nan, and J. Harry, and he is still in doubt he has only got to apply to the Secretary oi the N.E. Football Asso ciation, and he can see for himself that these men are duly registered players of the Terowie F.C. He also states that I mentioned we were to a concert and dance. I absolutely deny thai I mentioned the word con cert, but we certainly expected a dance. He says I was to blame for not having a dance. I might state in the first letter I received from Daw ? he said they would ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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JOHNBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

JOHNB'JRGK. A Plain ami Fancy Dress Ball was held in the Johnburgh Hall on Tues day September 30. Proceeds in aid of Hall fund. Owing 10 the evening, being iine. the hall was crowded. Carrieton especially, was well represented. A,hne show of Fancy costumes were worn by the ladies, which made it very difficult for the judges, but after some little discussion they decided on awarding the JirsI prize trophy to Miss White, ni Quorn-a costume representing a Fancy carnival. lli.<s Ivy Gangell, of Ben dleby, was awarded with the second prize-"Fairy." Songs and recitations were given by friends present, which made the evening a very successful one. The dance, breaking up at hah* past three, allowed the people to get home at a respectable hour of the morning.

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FOOTBALL. ARWAKURRA v. MANNANARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

FOOTBALL. ARWAKURRA y. MANNANARIE. On Saturday last the above teams met at Tarcowie to try conclusions at the winter pastime. As the day was not as hot as we had been having for the past week, it was a very good day for football. Neither side had a full team. out. but as Mannanarie arrived with only thirteen men, and filled up their team with the pick of Tarcowie, the Arwakurra boys began to picture defeat in the distance. The first quar ter started with the Mannanarie boys kicking with the wind, an dthey soon put on a goal. Good work by the Arwakurra back men save the situa tion several times, and they at last wored the ball forward, and a good kick from'1 R Michael found the big uprights. The first quarter ended with the scores: Arwakurra, 1 goal: Mannanarie, 1 goal 1 behind. In the second quarter the Arwa kurr boys, kicking with the wind, soon established their «uperiority, and goals followed in quick succession from, the boots of S. Kerr and B. Kahl, who were marking and-kicking...

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

BOOLEROO CENTRE. October 6-A thunderstorm came this way this morning with rumbles long and loud that seemed to make our planet quiver, and a nice little fall of rain accompanied the fireworks display of atmospheric contortion. It looked like raining inches, and fin ished with considerably less, so far; however, it will be of immense bene fit to crops and growing feed. The prospects of the season are of vary ing indication; some parts and places there are really promising crops that look good for anything up to, or even better than 20 bushels or 30 cwt. per acre hay: again, especially from here northward there are fields of very in ferior growth that promise from no thing to very little per acre. The later sown crops are very short and thin, but with a few good little rains from now on they might fill up to .astonish their growers. Some hay has already been cut from the early varieties of wheat, and the returns look good; many more would have started cutting this week had it not been...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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DON'T NEGLECT IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

DON'T NEGLECT IX. I>oh't neglect a swollen knee,, or' you|iave^ernianenttrpuble. Ba^he QianfrerlamV Pain Balm.: fredy, and disappear. Sold by all Storekeepers

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

"I had no appelile or jdesire to parlake of food." " My whole system was practically undone." "I was completely rundown as the result of the great heat last summer. " I spent many sleep less nights, and Insomnia i found out was a thing to be dreaded." "Clements Tonic was -recommended at an opportune time/* "I took three or {our large bottles and was able to eat and sleep well." " My nerves and gen eral health is now good, thanks to ClementsTonic." (Signed) Mrs. B. George 97 Gougjr St., Adelaide Mr*. GEORGE write* from her Store, ? 97 Goujcr St., Adelaide, 4th July, 1916, and ber. letter will appeal to a large {number of women -who suffer similarly. Till* is one.of the fcsst kuownremedlMforweaknerve*. Ladies will-find it a'o. A few do*es tek^D eveu when well win help to ' keep you healthier All Chemists and Stores Sett It Keep it and keep inGood Heahh --- r * CleiueiUs Toliic fcd., RtfzelV, NVS.'W. ;h3q ? Barrister & Solicitor, PETERBOROUQH. Mr. RANKIN visits Terowie every fr...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 33. CHAPTER 34. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

CHAPTER 33 CHAPTER 34 Few pebple-really got a. true idea of the immense amount, of ~ work car ried on behind the lines, the., immensity of the system makes!'the;-head ache to think of it. We covered the-5i; kilo . mtres from Abancourt to .-Amiens iiythe afternoon, and then ran beside a tri butary of the Somme in the evening, and*)to this portion of France" all hands became most enthusiastic. It is that bonny, that I'm not going to -endeavour to describe it, but it's worth fighting for a country like it. The line became con gested near the town of "Longpre," and 1 paid a hurried visit to the Church of "St. Conde" situated in a lovely gar den-truly french in its design and beauty. Noble monuments, entirely new in design to the southerner, bor dered the building, and a host of wooden crosses on fresh mounSs bore eloquent testimony of recent losses from wounds in the hospital near by. We moved on again through the wind ing valley - following the winding stream which ran like a silvery r...

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HOW DARE SHE? [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

; HOW DARE* SHE ? Highm&n was distinctly- ruffled. ' .'Three times now my wife-has sent for the imoriey to; coirte home from her Easter-trip- on," he.grunted. ' .?jira'itimes ?!'<. ^^j^med Single. ' ; VYesi r Andjishe, hasn't come home . ; .''Changed- her mind - and- spent jthe .money, I presume ?" . said -Single. ' i*'Ohiy?nb . ^e ^wouldini't dd that !" ' '. aatiy -'^'g~~/?gy"t. "

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

TitE SEASON. The buo. was setting in a Maze of glory, aiid the man and woman were playing the chief sprts in life's eter nal drama. The evening before the man liafl claimed the ' woman as his own, and the world was new and beautiful to them. A whole day ..had passed since they had Been one an other, and now they had - met again the woman could have swooned with joy. "It-has been the lor.greet day of the year to-day," .said the" man softly, in au unemployed interval. ?* She thriUed at/the words. "He'htad misled her; then. It had been a"long day for her too. ''Dearest/' «be - murmured, coyly, longing -to- hear ' from' his' dear lips why: the day had dragged, "Why. has the day been long?" "Gh, you aurely yknow, xny~t>wn !'?' "be Jwhiepered. "It's the 2ist of Dec-, .ember !" ? ????? ./ .

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

DISTRICT MEWS. TEROWIE. The Terowie Cricket Club heid their annual meeting on Monday night, when there was a large atten dance. Officers elected:-President J. E. Pick, Esq.; Vice-Presidents Messrs. W. D. Roach*H. Roach, and W. Rowe; Hon. Secretary-Mr. H. J. Thurlow; Selection Committee Messrs. S. Simpson, H. Collins, and H. Pascoe; Delegates to Association -Messrs. S. Sinjpson and H. Pascoe. The Ancient Order of Foresters held a most successful ball in the In stitute on Wednesday, September 17. There were about 45 couples present, who thoroughly enjoyed the dance programme arranged, also the excel lent supper supplied by Mr. Malony. The musrc was supplied by Mrs. Mundy (piano) and Mr. Nourse (cla rionet and cornet). The* hall was tastefully decorted by the Committee, the stage being set apart for card players. Mr. Mick Heggarty proved an efficient M.C., whilst Mr. Harry . Thurlow carried out the duty of Sec retary. October 8th-The Catholic Fair was held in the Institute on Friday, 3...

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V[?]SE AND OTHERWISE. THE ONLY WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

VtfiSE ARD OTHERWISE. THE ONLY WA.Y. as Knowal. peeped through the vimlovr of his office, then, tiptoeing to his desk, put a flannel bandage round hie neck, put his arm in a siing, ran hie hands through his hair and limped to the door. ^ "Mr. Knowal ?" inquired the call sr. "Yes," groaned Knowal. "What can I do for you?" "You appear to be far from well," said the caller. "Appear :.to be ?" esx-lajmed know al. ' 'Do you think I'is doing this for fun? But what can I do for you ?" "Oh-er-I won't trouble you now," aaid the caller hurriedly. "Any time will do." And he ^departed. "It's eome -trouble," murmured Knowal, pulling off Me bandages. "But it's really the QHicfeest. way to, get rid of those. life Insurance agents. That -one won't trouble" me &gain, anyhow !"

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

EURELIA. Sept. 29.-We have 10 report dry weather continuing:; the barometer often feels inclined to point to rain, but only gets as far as a cool change. The school vacation being on, visitors to this town are numerous. Miss Cissy Page is at her hame for the week; also Miss Winnie Clements. Miss M.Schapel is on a visit to Mr. F. Page; also Mr. M. Gtterin, of Port Augusta. ". Miss Parker is staying with relatives here. Miss Steele has gone to her home at Wilmington. Mr. Horace Read has returned from a trip to the city. Private George Richards is honouring the town with his presence. The young folks of this town, to enable all the visitors to spend an enjoyable evening, ar ranged a dance in the hall, which was well attended. Music was provided by Mrs. F. Read, Miss M. Dally, and Mr. J. Manning. Recently while on a tour the writer witnessed the empty ing of a dilapidated underground tank by engine and force pump; it was quite a novel sight to see a stream of water run to waste in a dry...

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(Copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

"o} -''Vera -SSaaiaiiii,*' *'The Hcusecf Grfanoff," &c. FAHT 27. attack. Qn the impulse ot the mo oient a general" rusk was made for the ,rstore*oom; -with Sagan and Pushkin leading. Alexis bung tack long-enough, to . place Helen-in the engine-room. and whisper a few-cheer ing words. When be joined hi* «om paaions the barricade of furniture in the corridor was already melting away. Eager hands flung the chairs and the'tallies to right and left, and the' space was soon cleared. "Ijet me toe the first1" demanded Pagan, whose lace was distorted Y,&i rage. 'Til soon drag him out." He forced the others back and pru dently toot Ms stand at one side of the door. Reversing his rifle, he rain ed blow after Wow on the stout pan e's. AS tbey quivered and bent Dafft soff o;;<*«ed fire. Bullet alter bullet t«.»re through the panels and hurled ittelf harmlessly ih the opposite wall. The:), surmising that his enemies were' out of reach, he began to fire at tin aj.gle. Th...

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

CARRIETON. October 6.-Carrieton's sports and devotees of Terpischore journeyed to Johnbufgh during the last week to a fancy dress .ball in aid of the Hall Fund, and there annexed the first prize. . Miss Dora White was the suc cessful competitor as a Spanish dan cer, and we are told was the belle of the 'evening. This success evidently set Carrietop agog, and the local peo ple, full of enthusiasm, are out to wipe off the debt -on the piano here., Messrs J. Anderson, Watkms, and A. Walton being the" prganizers for the = fancy dress ball to be held .herein the 16th inst. . Great-consternation is. rife amongst cow owners, and the -district clerk's office has been a place of great anima tion for several days, owing ;to appli cations-for commonage ^licenses. The. local pound is: nearing .comple tion, and the pound-keeper, G. E. Sharp,' is assuming. a i very business like attitude, -hence the= consternation., The. deipestr Sympathy is extended to.'Mr.'lt'. Bowden and Mrs. Blticher, who hav...

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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 — 10 October 1919

TheXist Crowing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. 10 10 10 Hospital Committee (incomplete^ 3 Jones, £. D.; {'Mayor) £l0 2 Dickson, S.-'t , 1° 3 Dickson Bros. 1° 4 Dr. Clarke. 5 Dr.. Clarke 50 6 Dr.. Goode _ 10 7 Dr. Goode 30 8 Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 9 Hoile, E- 10 10 Hoile, E. 1° n Phillips, G. lo 12 Goudie, R. W. 10 33 Goudie, R.'Wr 10 14 Bowering,.J: W. io 15 Bowering, J. W. 10 v 16 Jamieson, A. 17 Both, M. R, 1° 18 Bills, L. J. 10 . 19 Shakes, H. P. £5 Benfield, H. 5 10 20 Hamlyn, J. 5 Brandt, E. 5 10 21 Bohme. R. A. 1° 22 Frith, F. H. 1° Wald, D. - 2 '.? Dodd, E. F. : 0 10 Shops and Businesses. 23 Cox,' E. K'. 10 24 Cox, M. . - 10 25 - Dobbie, E. A. 10 26 Cousins, E. A. 10 27 Chinner, T. H. 1° 28 O'Loughlin, J. 1° 29 Leonard,- M. 5 5 Steinke, E. E. 5 5 10 io 30 Shackleford, E. 5 Wilson, Jas. '3 31 Porter, A. A. 5 10 Brauer & Sons 5 10 32 Potter, E. B. . » 2 Jenkins, Geo.. 2 2 Stringer, Rev. J. W. 2 2 Taylor, H. 2.: 2 Smith, W. H. 3 & 10 T 33 Dravson, A. 1 1 O...

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

WILMINGTON NEWS. On Thursday last the Great Mf Ewen paid a return visit to Wilming ton. and we availed ourselves of the opportunity of again seeing him in his very clever entertainment. On Friday night a dance social and supper (for married folk only) was held in the Town Hall, and many of the "bygones" could be seen again indulging in their youthful pastime of dancing. Over £21 was raised by the effort. On Saturday night Daisy Harcourt and Company appeared, before a very large and appreciative audience in the Town Hall. The show was bright and breezy throughout, and the comic work of the entertainment was in very capable hands. Oil Monday night, the company reappeared, and after the usual programme was con cluded a dance social was indulged in, when a very pleasant time was .spent. Half the proceeds were for the company, whilst the Institute Com mittee came in for the other half.

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

WALLOWAY. Sept. 30.- A number of residents met at the railway station to Welcome ? Home Driver R. Kain and Driver T. T. Robertson, who have returned from France after 3A years service. Drivers Kain & Robertson were given a hearty welcome on their arrival. The station was nicely decorated with flags and .wattle blossom. On Wednesday, a Public Social was held, and a good programme was ar ranged. Items were rendered by Mis ses Francis. Wilson (2), Mollie Kain. Campbell. Addresses by Messrs. Lyor^s, Thompson. Gibb. Robertson, and Chap man. Mr. \V. T. Thompson occupied the chair. A supper and dance fol lowed. ihe music being supplied by Miss K. Fernandez and Mr. C. Hooper. Special Purchase Wtite Voiles, good qualities, 40in., I ll and 2/6, at Dobbie's.

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HAVE YOU A "HURRY-FROCK"? [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

HAVE YOU A "HURRY-FROCK" "Harry-frocks" ! Have you ever heard of them before? They are, it seems, designed to provide the mini mum of -tiine-waste, with 'the"mail mum of elaborate appearance. They-. fasten with one button, and yet-give the impression that the wearer- is sewn into them. Suppose that you, my dear lady reader, are lolack leading the stove when your fiance -arrives. -Naturally you are in your oldest clothes. Well, instead of feverishly tearing 08 your costume, and calling to your mother to talk to Charles for aahour-pr two, you merely go upstairs, lift yous

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SOME STRANGE FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 10 October 1919

SOME STRANGE FOODS. r If you go to New Caledonia or New Guinea for your summer holidays there is a chance that you will have dishes of clay served upon yoiir din der-table. Odious as the idea may seem to us, it is a faiit that there are man) human beings who feast ou clay. Travellers in the Orient, de clare that the yellow races are es pecially addicted to the practice.; After all, food is purely a matter 3f taste. The Eskimos delight in mice cooked in tallow. Then-the Chi aese consider that alligators, mice, and rats form most excellent food stufls. A certain U ibe of Indians. in California thrive upon anta. On the Continent butterflies are sometimes eaten. The- Turkish enjoy g-oldfish, and in Japan a good deal' of fish js eaten raw. . The South Ameiican Indians go. hunting for catterpillars, kill them by crushing their heads, and then pack them carefully in grass until re quired for "table use." Some fff the natires of Australia live largely upon .the seeds of diSereot species of ...

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