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S.A. TOWN PLANNING AND HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Our Country Towns. Widespread Activities in Town Planning. What Some Centres are Doing. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919
S.A. TOWN PLANNING AND ~ HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Our Country Towns. Widespread Activities in Town Planmng. What Some Centres are Doing. There is considerable activity in the country at present. The Department of Town .Planning in many instances has been called upon to provide plans and details which have resulted in the preparation and carrying out of some very interesting examples of modern town improvements. Jamestown, one of the prettiest nor thern towns in the State, Qwes much of its beautiful "tree-planted avenues and park lands to the far-seeing acti vities and public spirit of Sir John Cockburn (now resident in London) when he was Mayor. In the early days Jamestown was laid out with wide thoroughfares and reservations along both banks of the Belalie Creek throughout the length of the town. The corporation-and public some time ago decided to found a Garden of Honour and erect a Soldiers' Memo rial H all. ll was desired also to effect im provements to the central portion of Ayr St...
MR. O'HALLORAN, M.P., AT BLACK ROCK. Anti-Profiteering Campaign. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 17 October 1919
MRO'HALLORAN, M.P., A.? BLACK ROCK. Anti-Profiteering Campaign. (Contributed.) Another of the series of very sac cessful meetings whidl fire being or ganized throughout the country was held at Black Rock on Friday, 10th . inst.,the hall being: crowded. _ Mr, R. Adamson (joint secretary of the Orroroo local committee A.L.P.) presided, and introduced Mr. M. R. O'Halloran, M.P. for Burra Burra District, whose mission, he said, was to point out to the people the serious issue that would -be decided -by them at the Federal elections, to be held in the near future. Mr. O'Halloran thanked the electors for support given to him in the past, and apologized for the absence of Mr. Buxton, -the other Labour member, ?who was addressing a meeting- at Jamestown that evening. Mr. Hughes, he said, was copying Lloyd George by hastening the Federal elections, so that the people might, in the hurly burly of the campaign, when their minds had scarcely had time to return to normal after the strain of the ...
HAMMOND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
HAMMOND NOTES. Our up-to-date (?) little city has : not earned anything extra special in notoriety of late, and the pen must therefore -be a trifle weak in its favor. Many of our citizens have just finis ed shearing, have cast a sorrowful eye on :heir scantily clad paddocks, and then hied them off to the shows which abound during this time-of the y-ear around our neighbouring districts. Several of our"worthy friends have made the trip, .and have seemed to re turn to their own district with reluc tant steps. The gods are pond to some people. Mr. and Mrs. \\\ S. Cormack having tired of the northern breezes, packed up last week and cleared for Mel bourne for six weeks, accompanied fay Mr. M. Darmody. of Bruce. Both at Hammond and Bruce ten nis enthusiasts have awakened fr">m their periodical slumbers. Last week great clouds of dust overhung b~th towns-merely the efforts of the clui.j to dig their courts out of the sand and dried herbage. We regret to announce a chance of ownership o...
TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
TEROWIE. October 28.-The Church of Eng land held their Sunday School picnic at Mr. E. M. Jenkins' Green Hill farm on Saturday. There was a large num ber in attendance, and a very enjoy able day was spent by all. The rec tor (Rev. J. H. Stringer) and Rev. Davidson were both present. There were races for the children and also plenty of lollies and fruit. The picnic party arrived home about 7 p.m.. very tired, but thoroughly pleased with the outing-. Mr. M. R. O'Halloran. M.P.. visited Terowie on Friday night, and a very successful meeting was held in the Institute Hall. Mr. M. Mclnerney. chairman, introduced Mr. O'Halloran. member for the Burra Burra District, who spoke on "Profiteering" tor over two hours, and quoted figures show ing that there is great profiteering go ing on. The speaker apologised for the absence of Mr. T. Richards, M.P. who could not leave town on account of business. Mr. F. Hawke moved .1 vote of thanks to the speaker, and Mr. Jas. Robinson seconded. At the close...
PTERBOROUGH SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
PEKRBOROUGH SHOW, The thirty-four ih ami u a L at Peterborough^; 011 ^ledaes .lay of last treelc suc cess. After -thfe/TKSO ST^rai n on Monday and, ^Tuesday the grounds were beautiful, and, as the day was ideal^the attend ance was very large, about 3,500 having Been present. " The gate receipts were £106, compared with £116 last year,_ but the entries totalled -1 ,i>04, against 1,146 in 1918. CM^ter dsars to the number of 200^ined -the Ting Special trains from Terowie, Quorn, Cockburn, and Pirie brought large contingents of people. The J uncheon booth was run by the ladies In aid of the hospital funds, and-.was a fine success. The show was a " dry" one, and was commented on from both sides. The'President /Mr. J. Philip^ and his committee, are to be congratulated on the out come of the fixture. The secret ary is Mr. S. D. Jones. The only machinery exhibit was that of Messrs. Parneli and "Son, of Orroroo, and they had a splendid show of trollies, wagons,' sulkies, traps, &c...
THE WAY TO ECONOMIC STABILITY. PROPERTY AND PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
THE WAY TO ECONOMIC STABILITY. PROPERTY AND PROGRESS. (By a Democrat.) A lamous ccononv.s". h'-f- said tha;, down to the present time,- there have only three nnin» jnngs of n:an action-compuls e, v, bribery. :t-10 instinct from personal gain. He says fuMkei, that compuls >\ «"$ .he inu Kasif of confiscation and slave la1 &lt; i;r. Of the potency of bribery, \v,e have plentiful proofs. The Bolsheviks could not have gained office, nor could they continue in power, without the exer cise of 'both compulsion and bribery -compulsion against those who had, bribery of those who had not. There is bitter irony in the fact that out of this wholesale confiscation-, involving thrifty workers as well aS the wealthy comes the fund that is being used by Lenin in his attempt to tSolshevize the world, including Australia. Thus, money robbed from the best types of Russian worker is -being utilized to set going the same system of theft to be -employed against the Australian workers wJio poss...
DISTRICT NEWS. EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
DISTRICT NEWS. EUREL1A. October 13.-Cheerful hearts and smiling faces greet us everywhere af ter the splendid rain, which fiell on Sunday night and to-day, measuring overman inch, and even now one can see'; the difference it has made to the crops, which were fadied and withered. Qn Wednesday evening last a most interesting lantern lecture by the Rev. M. Lyons, of Orroroo, was given in the local hall, the views wer« good, and the explanation thereof, inter spersed with many a humorous anec dotes, were much bfimawsu .on c audience, who always enjoy a g-ood speaker such as the Rev. H. Lyons is. The lecture was followed by a supper. Sunday School anniversary services were held in the Eurelia Methodist Church on Sunday morning and af ternoon last, at which the Rev. H. Lyons officiated, !both services were well attended, which shows the popu larity of this minister. Last week a bolting horse caused a slight se tion in this town. It appears the ani mal; was frightened by a snapping cur. co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
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Maurice Tourneur's 'Sporting life.' [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
Maurice Tourneur's 'Sporting life.' Love, passion, wicked intrigue, and thrilling seeiifes in the lives of bighly interesting people-this meagrely ctimmarises the absorb ing contents of the Paramount masterpiece, "Sporting Life," to be screened by Olympic at Or roroo on Wednesday, 29th. Octo ber and Peterborough on Thurs day, 30th. The photo drama was produced by Maurice Tourneur an expert in the excellences of screen artistry, who alsG produc ed " T.he Whip." Towering far above the ordinary motion play in the vigor of its action and the intensity of its love story, " Sport ing Life," carries a tremendous iappeal, not only to sport lovers, but to all men and women who possess developed human emo tions. The young English Earl who enters the boxing ring him self, rather than allow7 an enemy who has drugged his fighter to succeed in dastardly schemes, is rewarded, with a throb of com passion from every spectator, The Derby that bears on its rush ing tide" the fortunes of a manly and lo...
OUR PRIESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
OUR PRIESTS. The holy fathers are those wh6"' Devote "their lives God's work to do: Successors of St. Peter's band, Who spread the gospel :by command Of God, who chose humility As acme of divine decree. The followers of Christ, who plan Their lives to serve their fellow-men, Renounce the world and ceaseless strive To cherish soiils to-keep alive The love of God that must unite Thg mortal'to'the Infinite. The ministers of God, who work To shield all from where dangers lurk. And teec our souls with food divine, Of holiness and grace benign The shepherds of the human flock, The watchers by St. Peter's rock. Duty demands we must provide A home wherein priests may reside; From kindly hearts let gifts appear To honour =God's an.ointed here; All that is given in God's name A high reward from Him will claim. -Augh. An engagement ring is. a girl's idea of a round of pleasure* -
N.E. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF THE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
N.E. CRICKET ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION MATCHES: POSITION OF THE CLUBS. P. W. D. L. Pts. Federal .... 2 2- - 6 Terowie .... 2 1 1 - 4 Yongala .... 2 - 1 1 l Buffalo .... 2 - - 2 - CRICKET CHATTER. Saturday's matches proved rather a surprise packet, as although the Fede rals defeated the Buffs -easily, Yon galas came out of their shell and put up a good performance against Terowie. The result places the Federals on top, and as they play Terowie on the Peterborough grounds on Saturday next there will doubtless be a very keen fight between these two teams as to who will be top of the first round. On Saturday, November 1, an asso-' ciation team, selected from the four clubs, will play a match at Orroroo against the Orroroo Association, and those who are not playing -will have a day off. An association meeting has 'been called for Tuesday, Octo'ber 28, at 8 p.m., when considerable important business will be put through. A full attendance is hoped for.
ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. &lt;ius St. Leon's circus opens a two night season at Peterborough on Wednesday next, and reports from country centres inform us that they are ;i very fine combination of artists. St. Leon's circus is a very old organ ization. and their name has always stood for excellence. The Port Pirie "Advertiser7' of October 10, in com menting on the show, says:-"The audience which on Thursday evening attended the opening' performance of the three-nights' season for which Mr. Gus St. Leon's well-known circus is is billed to appear at Port Pirie were entertained by a programme which as regards variety and general excel lence provided a capital evening's amusement. The visits to Port Pirie of circuses are few and far 'between, and those who have not yet had the opportunity of seeing this combina tion of interesting features should not fail to attend this evening. The pro gramme included some fine work by Miss Golda Honey on the tight wire, with some fine balancing feats...
FEDERALS V. BUFFALOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
FEDERALS V. BUFFALOES. These teams met on Saturday for the first time this season, and a fair crowd of spectators came along to witness the match. Both captains were 'early on the ground, but owing to the absence of part of the wic kets the match was- not started to time. Bills won the toss, and sent the Buffs to bat. Tonkin opened the bowling,- and in the first over clean bowled Rankin for 3. This was a -bad start for. the Buffs, as the captain is the hope of his side; but some of the younger members did very well, and -. the side was not all out till the cen tury was passed. Quirtrell and Cof- ' fin put on 50 run§ for the fourth wic ket. Quintrell's Innings was watched with much interest," as Mr. Watson had very generously donated a -bat to the player tinder 25 who first scored 25. Quintreli reached his 25, and was ; then caught nicely by Jamieson. He « was accorded a rousing .reception on ' his return to the pavilion. Mr. ' Wat- J son, -who is; an enthusiastic support- ? er of cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
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TEROWIE V. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
TEROWIE V. YONGALA. Yongala visited Terowie on Satur day, and a drawn .game was the result. The visitor? won the toss, and sent in : F. Laycock and H. Gleeson to defend the wickets; runs were made freely. Laycock was missed behind the sticks when only 4, and carried his score to 78 not out. H. Gleeson batted nicely for 40, including one six and six fours, before getting out l.b.w. to H. C. Collins. F. Rock put on 27 in good style before being bowled by G. Roach. C. Miller puzzled the 'bowlers until he reached 29, when he fell a victim to A. Collins. C. Gleeson did n-ot stay long before A. Collins bowl ed him for 9. A. Johnston only made 3 when H. C. Collins secured his wic ket. P. Gleeson remained 2 not out. Yon gal a declared with five wickets down for 203, giving Terowie one hour to win. S. R. Simpson and L. G. Collins opened for the home club, the latter falling in the first over, being caught by Megaw off P. Glee son . for 0. S. R Simpson fell the next over, caught and bowled "b...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [We are always glad to air public grievances, though personal and private matters must necessarily be debarred, and public questions 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 comments, and in all cases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany each letter, but is not necessarily for publication. SHOW COMMITTEE AND PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. CVVe are always glad to air public griev ances, though persona: and private matters saust 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 ive publish their com ments, and iu all eases the correct name and address of the writer must accompany each letter, but is not necessarily for publication. SHOW COMMITTEE AND PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. Sir,-I have carefully perused the mass of irrelevant matter appearing in your last week's issue above the signature of one:Jno. Philp, which apparently pur poses to be a reply to my letter, ap pealing on the 10th inst. I am sure that the majority of your readers agree with me that it is a. puerile and feeble attempt to answer the question at issue, which shortly is, " Have certain members of the show committee acted fairly to the subsribere over the vexed question of a' wet' or ...