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WHEN SCOTT REVIEWED ONE OF HIS OWN WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

WHEN SCOTT REVIEWED ONE OF HIS OWN WORKS. *? : In the centenary number of the "Quarterly Review" the interesting tact is mentioned that Sir Walter Scott wrote nearly a third of the first number of the new ?'Quarterly." He reviewed in it his own "Tales of my Landlord," whose authorship was unknown, but was shrewdly guessed at. Scott must have enjoveii laugh ing at the public in that review : "It is evident that these ' Tales ' are the work of the author of ' Waverley," . . but why he should industriously endeavour to elude ob servation by taking leave of us in one character and then suddenly pop ping out on us in another, we can not pretend to guess without know ing more of his personal reasons than has hitherto reached us." For decency's sake Scott criticised the "Tales" unfavourably, alluding to their "flimsiness and incoherent texture" and "the insipidity of the author's heroes," and left his r<riev with the editor (Gifiordi. AN AMERICAN JOKE. It was an excellent Joke, ...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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"MY COOK." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

** Wv COOK." ' BY" ROYAL APPOINTMENT." Here is a quaint story from Per- ' sia, which appears in the *' Side Tracks and Bridle-Paths" of Mr. .Lionel James. While in Teheran Mr. James missed from his saddle the brass -plate inscribed with the maker's name, Souter, and was wroth at his loss, since the name went for much in the judgment of the East. ' . ' One day I was sitting in my favourite tea-shop with my friend Hassan Ali, discussing, as usual, England's perfidy in abandoning North Persia to Russian machina tions, when a most dignified Persian entered the auberge. He was pre ceded by a well-groomed boy carry ing bis dust-coat. The Persian bowed to me with great civility and passed into an inner apartment. As both man and boy bore burnished gilt crests upon their tall astrachan hats 1 took them to be public function aries of no small importance. " ' Who was that, Hassan Ali ?' I ,-iSked. '1 do not remember having si-en him before, yet evidently he recognised me." " ' That,' said my ...

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'Memories' CHAPTER 35. THE FIELD HISTORIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

CHAPTER 35 ; THE: FIELD HISTORIC: There was a . tumultous nproar of sound of . every description. It seemed like a"-vast'':Mi1itary Machine letr loose a la Bedlam-th'e-hoarse roar of troops, swinging along in'the. mud, drivers of mules cursing/ the obstinate long-eared " workers ? who -strained" in' their harness to shift a G.S. Waggon axle deep in the road, the road of the Traffic men who abused both mule and drivers for block ing the road, the hoot o f cars whose drivers used the horn continually while looking for the smallest opening in that ?struggling mass bf traffic-and through it all, -somewhe_re on ahead, the crash -of thousands of guns and an occasional whine of a long pot shot overhead, oc - casionallv claimed the attention. We a'rc part of a long endless chain of guns, limliers. and humanity, who soon disappear into the line ahead, and become part of the Empire's grand army engaged on the greatest "push" of 1916. From, the 13th to the 24th our 4th Aus tralian Division of ...

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Terowie Hospital. INITIAL MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

Terowie Hospital. INITIAL MOVEMENT. A movement is now on foot to establish a permanent hospital at Terowie, and with this end in view a public meeting was held last week. Enthusiasm was keen and arrangements were at once made to carry on with the good work, collectors being appointed to canvass the district for sub scriptions. Messrs. J. E. Pick, E. Jenkins, Maurice Collins, Gil. Roach and Sam Mattey were appointed trustees, whilst the board of management (pro tem) consists lof Messrs. W. D. Roach (chairman), D. Mahoney, 0. Wal kington, Lou Martin, T. Batters by, F. H. Lock and M. Richards. Open Subscription List. E. Jenkins £50 J. E. Pick 50 M.. Collins 25 L. Martin 10 P. Redden 5 Mrs. J. Redden 5 W. Chapman 5 15. Mahoney 5 B. Cullen 5 W. O'Donnell 5 . <3. Hams 5 '- Edaon - - 2 2 C.Abbott 11 O. Walkington 1 1 WVRowe 1 1 E. T. Abbott 1 1 - Moloney 1 1 J. Childs 1 1 Mrs. W. D. Roach 1 1 J. Tonkin 1 1 Yearly Subscribers of £1 Is. Messrs. D. Mahoney, T. Boeder . A. Williams,...

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LOCAL COURT, PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

LOCAL COURT, PETER BOROUGH. The undermentioned defendants were fined the following- amounts, in cluding costs, for breaches of Com monwealth Income Tax- Assessment Act, 1915-1918-failing to furnish a re turn within the period required by the Act: Arnold John Penna, £3 8/; Owen Maley, £3 8/; Michael Cashain £3 8/; Patrick Francis Quinn, £3 3/; Thomas Edwards, £3 3/; Howard Hooper, ,£3 8/; William Norton. £3 8/; Charles Edward Steinkc, £6 8/; Robert Andrew Schumann, £3 8/. Mr. Harold Claude Parker Barclay laid the information and prosecuted on behalf of the Deputy Commission er of Taxation. Before Messrs. W. J. Hinde, S.M., S. W. Dickson, and F. H. Frith, , J*s.P.. Florence Rankin claimed £19 19/ from Mrs. Ann Courtis- for dam ages suffered from the. defendant on the 11th day of September assaulting and beating her at Peterborough. De fendant pleaded not guilty, and statett that at the time of the alleged as sault the plaintiff was . trespassing . upon the dwelling house and pre mises...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

To the Editor. [We are always glad to air public griev ances, though personal and private matter* must necessarily be debarred, and public ques tions in relation to the welfare of the town will find special acceptance in our columns. We do not, however, endorse the opinions of correspondents because we publish their com menu, and in all cases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany «ro letter, but is sot necessarily for publication

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

NOTES. Next Saturday's match will be be tween the two local teams, and is already the talk of the town. Last year the Buffs did not manage to score any wins against the Federals, but with a number of new men their hopes run high for the present season. Play will start at 2.15 sharp, and a large attendance of supporters is antici pated. ? .Terowie will be at home to Yon gala. Members of the various teams are reminded that play should start at ,2.15 sharp. It is rather singular that the home team is almost invariably the late team; but we feel sure that this can easily . be remedied. Any team running late is liable to play on over time, to the same extent, subject to the discretion of the early team.

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SHOW COMMITTEE AND PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

SHOW COMMITTEE AND PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. . Sir-kindly grant me a little soace m your columns to reply to a letter which appeared in the "Times" of the 10th mst., under the name of W Hoffmann. Personal}-, I think Mr Hoffmann would have been wiser had rifj^r£ed ,the true facts before he rushed head over heels into the pres« and make wild statements, which by his own pen he shows very clearly I,^,kn,ows nothing about. He admits Whv th* n0t- ,nte/ested Personallv. Why ^ then, interfere with other sav^t ,ln,?S? W" H" goes on ro say .that a letter was received by the Committee at one of their meetings vou WhdlUM °f the secr?tar~y. mind 1 Why the secretarr? -\s far jW .know all such letters are ad d^sed to the Chairman, and the ^Io"e has ^e right to open W furtter asserts that this awful letter was handed in by one of the members when the meeting was ment°TeH is an untrue state ment, 1 do not care where W.H got n from. As a matter of fact, the let ter was handed to me at the com mencement of t...

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TEROWIE V. BUFFALOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

TEROWIE V. BUFFALOES. On Saturday last the cricket season opened at Terowie between Terowie and Buffaloes, Terowie having an easy win. T. R. Simpson batted nicely before getting caught for 49, whilst G. Roach nicely rattled up 26 before Quintrell knocked his three- stumps down. Artie Collins "batted well for 20, the same bowler getting him. A. Zanker (20)' fell to the same man. For the Buffaloes Quintrell was top scor er, closely followed by E. Coffin (12) and H. Murphy (10 not out). Both teams were minus of several good men. Scores: -Terowie. T. R. Simpson, c. Jenkins, b. Quin trell 49 M. Collins, b, Donnellan ... .. 4 <? A. Collins, c. & b. Quintrell .. .. 20 P. N. Collins, b. Donnellan 6 A. Zanker, b. Jenkins 20 J. Lang, b. Quintrell ........ 0 H. C. Collins, K Jenkins ....... 4 H. Pascoe, c. & b. Jenkins .... 12 H. J. Thurlow, to. Hill 9 L. G. Collins, not out 1 Sundries 8 Total -. 159 ? Bowling.-M. Donnellan, 2 for 54; H. Hill, 1 for 46; R. Quintrell,...

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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

MARKET REPORTS. Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis. Limited, re port having held their Peterborough monthly market on Thursday,. Octo ber 9. when they yarded 1.673 sheep and 55 cattle. The attendance was excep tionally good, buyers coming from va- - ?rious parts of the State, and it re sulted in a tip-top sale, as with the exception of two lines of sheep the yards were practically cleared at ad vancing prices for woolly sheep; and fat shorn sheep were disposed of at Abattoirs market values,, likewise fat cattle. 1.255 sheep sold (woolly)-39 mixed sheep, 35/6; 15 wethers, 33/3; 44 ewes. 26/7: 20 wethers, 26/3; 208 .wether hoggets. 25/; 118 ewes. 24/8; 63 lambs, 19/9: 36 lambs, 13/6; 12 lambs, 14/3; 122 Iambs. 9/11. Shorn-60 wethers, 24/; 33 wethers, 23/; 50 wethers. 19/5; 55 wethers/ 19/; 12 ewes, 17/3; 50 ewes, 14/5; 1 ram, 30/9; 308 ewe's and lambs, 4/1: 1 wether, 7/. 46 fcattle sold-I cow, £12 15/; 1 heif<?\)*~ £ir 5/; i stag. £n; 1 steer, £112 steers, £ro 17/6; J heifer, £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

TOWN OF PETER&OkdUGH. REVISIONOF^mZJBNS' LISTS. The Council will sitin the Council Chamber in the Town Hall on SAT URDAY, NOVEMBER 15, >919, at 3 p.m., as a. Court of Revision of the Citizens' Lists. - - Lists are exhibited at the following . places:- ? ? EAST WARD-At G. Jenkin's Store. SOUTH WARD-At J. W. Bower jag's Store. WEST WARD-At R. Heithersay's Auction Mart YONGALA WARD - At the resi dence of Mr. E. F. Dodd, Queen Street And for all Wards at the Town Clerk's Office.' Claims for enrolment will be re ceived at the Town Clerk's Office not ?/. later than Saturday, November l, and objections not later than Monday, November 3, 1919. Forms of Claims and Objections can be obtained on application.' By order, _ S. KEALLEY, . Town Clerk. October 1st, 1919. TOWN OP PETERBOROUGH. £5 Reward The above Reward will be paid for 'Information leading: to the conviction of the persons who placed a beer barrel on the Corporation Flagstaff on Thursday night last; and any per son-found ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

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The Times FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

FRIB-AY, OCTOBER 17, 1919. " " 1 "" ' I,T " ? ' 1 " Local .land Gmeral News S. Peter's>Church.-The services on . Sunday next will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. ,; Masquerade Ball.-At the Town Hall on Monday night last a masquer ade ball was held in aid of the Peter borough Hospital funds. Despite the inclement ; weather, over 60 couples - --gracedfloor, about half of whom: wtre fan'cy costumes. Music Was sup plied by Mr. arid- Miss Potter, Misses Ridge' and Gleeson, and Mr. Hankel, whilst Mr. Arbon ably carried out th'e-duties of M.C. As a result of the evening the hospital funds benefited to the extent of £10 14/. Martin Brennan wins the Sold Madal-Tb» gold medal presented by. Messrs Bobbie & Co., of Peterborough, to.the most gen tlemanly player in the N.E, Football Association,.; was won by Mr. Martin Brennan, of the St. Anecletus Football Club. Mr. Brennan is one of the finest players in the Association and his popu larity is ample evidenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

PERMANENT RELIEF, h Pysenteryis of very freguentoccur rence during the summer months. It can lie checked and permanent relief . obtained if Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea^ Remedy is taken according to directions. Sold by all Store keepers." * RELIEVES INDIGESTION IN TWO MINUTES. SIMPLE REMEDY SAVES . DOCTORS' BILLS. If you suffer from dyspepsia, in digestion, pain after eating, gastritis, heartburn, or any stomach trouble due; to acidity or food fermentation-and - over ninety per cent, of stomach com plaints are due to these causes-go to your chemist, and? get a- bottle qf Bisurated Magnesia. The next .time you eat or have pain in the stomach take half a teaspoonful in a little hot water, and note how quickly all oains and discomforts cease. The reason for this ,is simnle--it is due to the : fact that Bisurated Magnesia quickly neutralises the excess acid and stops fermentation, thus promotintr Wealthy, natural digression. Beinfr absolutely harmless. as- well as inexpensive, Bisn...

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A Fatal Accident at Orroroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

A Fatal Accident at Orroroo. Another well known figure passes from the public life of Orroroo, in the person of Mr. Charles Price, of Erskine. On Monday night Mr. Price set out for home in his buggy, " despite requests of his friends to stay over night, owing to the extreme darkness. The buggy had de parted about half-an-hour when his friends heard it returning past the Imperial Hotel. It is presumied that the glare of a motor car's lights, showing up plainly on the road, frightened the horse, for it bolted and the vehicle crashed into the solid post at the corner of Clancy's Hotel. The deceased was thrown heavily, his head striking the post and the injuries resulting in his death at 3 a.m. on Tuesday morning, at the residence of Mrs. Inglis. The deceased was an old and respected resident of the district, and had been following grazing pursuits for some years in the Erskine Area. The little home stead in the Black Rock hills holds many valuable books on many subjects, and the shelve...

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JAMESTOWN SHOW. A Record Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

JAMESTOWN SHOW. A Record Attendance. Despite the gloomy forecasts of "weather wiseacres." Wednesday's weather proved most favourable for the holding of the Jamestown An nual Show, which has ilie splendid reputation of being one of the best, and most up-to-date shows outside of the city. In the morning a strong', cold, south-westerly wind, was" not too comfortable, but this gradually died down, and the afternoon proved almost ideai: whilst the rain on Mon day and Tuesday put the prolines with its thick covering of grass-in tip-top condition fur pedestrians. ?nd dust was a thins unknown during the day. From all parts of the Slate spe cial trains brought their quota of \isi tdrs. whilst motor cars also brought along large numbers. The people coming by rail were in excess of last year, which was a record. ( >n arrival at the show grounds it was a; once seen that everything was in splendid order and running smoothly. One striking feature was the dense array of motor cars, traps. &...

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HAMMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

HAMMOND. Use annual Catholic social was held in the< {Jammond Institute 00 Mon day evening, the 6th inst Large num bers of- people journeyed from- near and far to be present-on this auspi cious occasion, and one and ail agreed rtiiat it has- been -years ? ! since ' such a ' rattling- food ? time, had been - enjoyed within the Institute. This testimony, coming unanimously from; so targe a crowd,/speaks volumes for this untir ing efforts of the joint secretaries* Miss Constable and^Miss- Corcoran. The evening took ?the ,torm of a euchre tournament and dance," an<J fi»n was fast and furious* frbm startto finish. . In the euchre,. Miss Bei4. of. Boolcunda, annexed <the lady's first" prize, and the lady's -booby ^ent to Mrs. E. Machell. The gcat'f first was awarded to Mr. W. J. Cqnuac^t, and the booby to Mr. J. Anderson, of Carrieton fame. -For the dance excellent music was provided by Mca. J. Cormack (piani*t) and HarryMo* "en (violin). Mr. Reidy success...

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CARRIETON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

C ARRIETON LETTER. Much amusement was given to some residents of the town, and much consternation to others, during the past week. A swarm of harmless bees were the cause of all the mixed feel ings. Mr. D. McColive was fortu nate (?) - enough to hare a swarm of bees in his chimney, and they have been there now for a considerable time. We surmise-that the bees, find ing things getting warm up the chim ney, set out for "fresh fields and pas tures new," and attracted by the de lightful odour of "beer, beer, glori ous beer," settled in the yard of the Eureka Hotel. The proprietor, being much annoyed, demanded their re moval, and their owner {Mr. McCo live) generously offered to give them away to whosoever would take them. Great numbers had visions of their own backyards providing them with the "milk and honey"-they already having the milk. However, the swarm looked too formidable to attack, so it was decided that the bees be ar rested for creating a disturbance, and the local constable ...

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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

EURELIA. October 13.-The football meeting was held in the Eurelia hall supper room- on Saturday evening last to wind up the season. The president (Mr. M. P. Daly) presided over a tfood attendance of members and football enthusiasts. Two gold medals were promised at the beginning of the season by Mr. M. P. Daly and Read Brothers-Mr. Daly's for the best all round player, and Read Brothers" for the best improved player. A ballot was taken for the best all-round player, in which Mr. Allan Walton scored' an easy victory over Mr. Cyril Read by 18 votes to 7. ' For the best improved player * the award went to Mr. Maurice Cahill. The gold medals will be presented by Mr. M. P. Daly on Friday evening, October 17.

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. TEfcOWIE. October 14.--A successful entertain ment was provided bjr the Terowiee Philharmonic and Dramatic Society in the local hall on Friday evening. The proceeds, which excSfeded £20, were in aid of the Institute. -The Society, which is choral, dramatic,^ and orchestral, is under die able management of Messrs. O. A--Witt and C. B; Nourse. TJtis was the second concert, and showed an undoubted improvement on the first. The hall was well filled. The orchestra opened both partsof the programme with spirited selections. Four part song's were received with prolonged ap plause. Miss K. Schmidt and Mr. B. 1. Cullen (contralto and'bass respectively) sang, and were enthusiastically received. Miss M. Reddan gave a humorous reci tation "The Quarrel." Chief interest centred in the three plays staged by the local actors. * These were "Counter feit Bills" (in which-Miss F. Markey and Mr. J. Smith took part), a comedy sketch, "A Dead Heat" (the characters being Misses Carroll, Hal...

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