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BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919

BOOLEROO CENTRE. October 14.-Time is changing in its onward march: the tropical wind icv souiherlies of Monday and Tues blasts of Saturday have changed to day, but we are getting nice little rains, of the long and light descrip tion, which will very materially assist to bring the crops to a full h> ad Some very good hay yields are being cut, and prospects are fair in geiu-ral application to this part. The excue ment of the peace loan propagan-'a has subsided to a growl of general approval at the satisfactory results achieved-the fly in the- ointment is Me gradually growing conviction that r'ie waste of war and peace money is becoming enormously great, without tteing of any direct benefit to the or dinary soldiers boys to whom the lav 'sh promises of the past are being de /ayed, or so officially treated, as to be of no direct benefit whatever-there is a squander of fat nests for the favour ites and disappointments for the de serving. With the volatile Villiam Views, acrobatic cont...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919

THE SALVATION ARMY. Lecture by Mrs. Lieut.-Col. Harris. At the Peterborough Town Hall on Thursday evening, the 17th inst., Mrs. Colonel Harris, wife of r.be Divisional Commander for South Australia anil Broken Hill, delivered a lecture on " The Army of the Helping Hand," in connec tion with the efforr. now being made throughout rhe town and district on be half of Self Denial. His Worship the Mayor. Mr. S. Jones, presided, and with him were Colonel Harris, Capr. Daddow and Lieut. Rennolds. The night was unpropitious and uninviting, but those ? who came along were well rewarded for t,h«ir trouble. The Mayor in speaking of the army work in its broader service, said how heartily it. all appealed to him. ar.d he was glad to have the privilege of pre siding for the wife of Colonel Harris, and he extended to her a hsarry wel come to Peterborough. On rising, Mrs. Harris was enthu siastically received, and after express ing thanks for the cordiality of the welcome accorded to her, announced ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919

Peterborough* Thursday, 30tH October. 1,000 TO 1 CHANCE, THE FAMOUS DRURY LANE MELODRAMA, "3f»0)RTiNG LIFE," By Maurice Tourneur, Producer of "The Whip/' etc. A TREMENDOUS TALE OP FAST HORSES. FLYING FISTS, AND BEAUTIFUL WOMEN. A :PAIiAMOUNT ARTCRAFT MASTERPIECE. TO BE PRESENTED BY OLYMPIC PICTURES, WITH FULL SUPPORTING PROGRAMME. USUAL PRICES. GEO. G. HOLLAND, Proprietor. TENDERS ' TST ILL be received the undersigned on " or before noon of Wednesday, 29th October, for the erection of a new Angli can Church, Orroroo. . Plans and specifi cations to be seen at the premises of Mr. J. T. Gray, Chemist, Orroroo, and at my Office.-Alfred Wells,. FJS.A.LA., 'Archi tect, Exchange Buildings, Pirie Street, Adelaide. TENDERS 'PENDERS are hereby called for sink ing well on Hospital grounds. Specifi cations and contract may be seen at the office of the Secretary, -Main -Street. Tenders close on 31st October. Neither the lowest or any other tender necessar ily accepted. S. W. DICKSON, Hon. Sec. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919

SOUTH BRITISH FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance Company, Ltd. A purely Australasian Company, authorised capital; £2,000,000. Every description of Property, in cluding HAYSTACKS and GROW ING' CROPS, insured *t Lowest Current Rates. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra Premium. Employer# protected against their liability tor accident* to their workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect security. Prompt Settlements. S.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. I^ARMERS 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 ft CO., LTD., . DARLING BUILDINGS. ADELAIDE. E & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN. NURSERYMEN, ft FLORISTS High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers. Wreaths, Posic*, Bouquets, etc.; Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses^ Splendid Niir .er...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 24 October 1919

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919. Local and General News S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services'will be as follows:-11, Mattins; 7, Evensong'. Rev. H. Davidson.- , * Football Medal.-The medal, pre sented by Mr. J. Clare, for the most brilliant and best all-round player in the North-Eastern Football Associa tion has been awarded to Mr. T. Tay lor, of the Ramblers. "Tom," who occupies the position of vice-captain, is undoubtedly the fastest man in the association, and right throughout the season he has been in fine form, ma terially assisting his club to annex the premiership honors. "Tom" is very popular with all football en thusiasts, and our congratulations go to him on his success. Newest Ladies' Collars and Neckwear at Dobbie's. Farewell to Miss Ella Wald.-On Tuesday night, last week, in the Pa rish Hall, the "Frivolities" enter tained their friends at a farewell to one of the number, Miss Ella Wald, who is shortly to be married, and is leaving the town. Mr. Jack Ham welcomed the...

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S.A. TOWN PLANNING AND HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Our Country Towns. Widespread Activities in Town Planning. What Some Centres are Doing. —Goilwa at Work.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

S.A. TOWN PLANNING AND HOUSING ASSOCIATION. Our Country Towns. Widespread Activities in Town P)fln«wwg What Some Centres are Doing. -Goilwa at Work. When the old railway station was discarded at Goolwa a large block of land was left in the centre of the town . and vested in the council. It was partly improved, but latterly a move ment was inaugurated to have the area converted into a recreational park and Garden of Honour. Mr. Reade recently visited the town for the purpose, and the -result is a very effective. plan,. which proposes a bowling green, a small rest park es pecially for ladies and children, and a Garden of Honour, the central feature of wihich is a war heroes' shrine-a rustic cross surmounted by a canopy of rough stone, timber columns car rying a point roof thatched with mela. luca scrub. The design is novel, simple, and effective, and the plan is now being executed.

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'Memories' CHAPTER 36. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

Written especially for The Peters bars Times" by S.-Major B. A. Clark*. CHAPtER 36. All through the Somme operations, the "break through" fallacy still lin gered in the minds of the British civ ilian, but it is doubtful if ever it existed in die mind of the soldier. The German Press continually declared the failure of plans .which we never enter tained; they attributed to our Army "intentions which we never possessed. Before the Battle of the Somine commenced, -we had learned with com plete precision the lesson of Modern - "War, and our long, hard fought, tnnnfhs on. the Somme merely empha sized and elaborated on the wisdom of that lesson. (Later on, Arras and Mes sines were to be battles affording fresh proof of its truth). The Staff knew then as-they know now that it is neces sary, nowadays, to thrash your enemy first before looking for fruits of Vic tory, for though the job is tedious and the trail long, beat your enemy and all other things are then added unto you. The aim was th...

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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

EURELIA. Oct. 27th.-The weather is still very much on the dry side; per" feet haymaking weather for those poor cockles who are fortunate to have a crop high enough for that purpose. A good rain is anxiously looked for, and every cloud that happens to show it self on the horizon is scrutinised and speculated upon, in fact, we have been informed that some farmers have formed the habit of getting up in the middle of the night to have a look about, in the hopes of seeing a flash of light ning or a bank of clouds rising somewhere. On Wednesday morning last about half past 7 o'clock, old mother earth tried her best to throw the lazy people out of bed, rattle crockery about, over balance pictures on the walls and upset things generally.* It was the most severe tremor that has been noticed for years, and distant rumblings could be heard for quite ten minutes. Miss JA. Sullivan and her brother, Priv. J. Sullivan, of Boo borowie are spending a few days with friends here. Mr. M. Bourke, of Spa...

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The Times FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

FRIDAY" OCTOBER 31, 1919. Local and General News S. Peter's Church-Saturday, 1st Nov ember, All Saints* Day, 10.30 Holy Com munion. Sunday,. 2nd November, All Soul's Day, 11 Requieji Celebration of Holy Communion, 7 Evensong. Terowie, 2nd November-8 Requiem Celebration. Buy your Christmas Furnishings early at Dobbie's. Carpets, Lino leums, Cocoa Mattings, Mats, and Carpet Squares. Splendid Value. We have been asked-" Why a girl's hair is called auburn, when her'brothers are called " Ginger" -We Pass. Great Show Newest Dress Goods and Lovely French Voiles at Dobbie's. Musis.-S. Joseph's Convent, Peter borough.-The following are the results of the recent Universit^examinations : Practice-Grade III, pass, Maud Dunn; Grade VI, pass, Evelyn'Brice and Annie Eees; Theory-Grade III, pass, Maud Dunn; Grade V, pass, Kathleen Mat thews, Margaret Connelly and Mary Mitchell. Latest in Men's Hats, Soft Col lars. Big purchase Ties from Melbourne and Sydney now show ing at Dobbie's. Pat Bullock Gue...

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BOOLEROO CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

BOOLEROO CENTRE. .Oct. 25.-Roving through the town be tween drinks, one is surprised to see the conBtant flow of vehicles that come <u.d go eacb and every day. Some days in particular the town i* crowded with con veyances of every description. This constant coming cf the people must mean trade and business, and much revenue to the town, which acts as a live centre to- supplyi power to a large and prosperous country district, that is de pendant on it for the necessaries of common UBe. It is the hub in the wheel of trade for the surrounding areas, re quiring the oil of interest as a Lubricant to give impetus to its volition, and keep it moving on its axis for the accom plishment of social advancement and benefit. It is a place of energy, doing a thrifty puli of progressive endeavor to help to reduce the national debt by dili gent attention to business. Standing quietly at the corner of our streets, tho?e remote from the hotel, where they talk nonsense, one is often very muc...

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COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on October 1$. Present-Crs. Ferguson (chair), Darragh, Meyers, Daviss, O'Comiell. and Rasmus. Cr. Rasmus apologized for the absence of Cr. McElister through illness. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence - From Secretary for Lands stating that the depart ment was prepared to supply wirenet ting 36 x li x 18, £48 10/, and 42 x l£ x 18, £55 10/ per mile on trucks Port Adelaide. From L.G.D. advis ing the payment to Council of £100. Special grant for District roads dam aged by floods. From same replying to letter of £23/9/19 re advances made to local bodies, and stating that instalments and interest would have to be paid from District funds. From the Commonwealth Sub-Treasury, Adelaide, forwarding cheque for £136 13/ as re-imbursement of expenditure, account of Commonwealth gift. From Secretary to Minister of Railways re building a stone station at Oodla Wirra. From P. Fitzpatrick complain ing of 'bad state of main r...

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BELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

BELTON. Oct. 20th.-A. farewell social has been, ?dered Mr. John Gregory, who is one the oldest residents of this district, nd has carried on farming operations ery successfully. Mr. Gregory, who as a lay reader in the Methodist hurch for many yeara, was a good liv g, straight, and honorable man, and ese sterling qualities wo^.for him a ost of friends, as was evident by the uge attendance at his farewell. Mr. regory has left the management of his irm to J lis son, Norman, and intends to fettle down in Adelaide. ' l$r. G. Burt, >?ho has been overseer of tt. R^sheed's "Bagalowie" elation for iahy years has severed his connections pith those people, and has, we learn, M^en up the "Oversale" station from Sr. W. Glasson on the share system. Wild dogs are again proving trouble ->tue, in these regions; the managers of 'Wilcowie and Baratta" report the cap ture of some, and. the sight and trace of imany more. - \ Shearing operations have finishe^in these parts, and the clip has been ve...

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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 — 31 October 1919

CORRESPONDENCE. To the "Editor. [We are always glad to air public piw ances, though personal and private - matter* mustnecessarily 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 ments, 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. Sir-In your issue of the 24th there appeared another long epistle over the name of W. Hoffmann. I do not intend, sir, to reply to this letter in full, as most of the statements made by your correspondent might be very amusing to a schoolboy, but to the man of ordinary intellect they would appear too childish to comment on, seeing that the ideals do not rise higher than the "bung-hole of a beer barrel. But, sir, there is just one thing I would like, to say, and that is I don't think...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. CARRIETON Oot. SOth.-A very nasty accident was narrowly averted at the enterance to Carrieton railway yards on Saturday e veninglas t, as a cattle train was enter ing the yard; luckily it occurred when ?the train was slowing down, otherwise much damage may have resulted. The cause of the accident was due to the tyre on the tender becoming red hot, and flying oS, with the result that the engine became derailed. The mishap necessi tated the officials holding up the passen ger train and mails at Eurelia till a very late hour, but in spite of the lateness our obliging post-master (Mr. F. Blucher), very kindly sorted and issued the maiL The much discussed and eventful fancy dress ball was held on Thursday evening, and was carried out with great success. The costumes were extremely well got up, and some of the characters very well sustained. The supper also, is worthy of special note, as the ladies at the eleventh hour, hurriedly arranged a , sit down supper, after a very h...

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AN OPEN GATE. LEADS TO A £50 FINE. Brisbane, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

AN OPEN GATE. LEADS TO A £50 PINE. Brisbane, October 2. At Inglewood jto-day Charles E. Johnston was fined £50, with costs amounting to £16, on a charge of negligently leaving an open gate in a ra'bbit-proof fence._ It was mentioned that the prosecution was mainly for the purpose of warning people against leaving their gates in rabbit-proof fences open. So seriously had the Legislature viewed the matter that the maximum fine was £200.

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THE PENALTY OF OVERWORK. Many People are Beginning to Feel the Strain. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

THE PENALTY OF OVERWORK.^ Many People are Beginning to Fee/ the Strain. ? The heavy tax of overwork-the extra strain so necessary to many trades and occupations, is hard on the kidneys. The kidneys begin to fail in £heir work,,. and the poisonous mat ter collects in the system. If. your "work, seems hard for you, if you have a weak, lame, or aching- back, if you seem tired and listless, if you notice sediment in the urine, unnatural col our >or irregular passages, and seem ~tt> be running- dovra without apparent cause, begin at once with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the remedy that 'has proved so beneficial to your neighbours. It has brought strength to the backs of thousands of work ing men and women. -Read this proof; Mrs. W. Smith, Jervois Street, Petersburg," says:-"My husband suf fered extreme torture from backache. He: could not stoop or move quickly without enduring agony, and was at times <so bad -with the pain that he had to lie up. It was the only way he ...

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—Victor Harbour Foreshore.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

-Victor Harbour Foreshore.-' Goolwa has been inspired possibly by the example of Victor Harbour, where, thanks largely to the unfail ing energies and spirit of the town clerk (M*. A. H. Warland), consider able funds "have been raised and a decided improvement effected by the adoption of the plans of the Depart ment of Town Planning for the Gar den of Honour -and foreshore im provement generally. The scheme in cludes the building of a splendid pro menade laid out in a series of curv«s adapted to the contour of the shore line, and'" protected from spring tides by stone flags proposed to be built in the form of a sloping wall. This promenade willraise the natural level of the ground by several feet, and thus afford much-needed protection to the foreshore from inundation by ab normally high -tides, which on more than one occasion have threatened to destroy the existing gardens. These gardens are so designed as to form part of the larger scheme, which includes a double row of Nor folk Is...

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—Busy Department.— [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

-Busy Department. Renmark and other country towns are waiting for the time when the town planner can visit their towns and prepare designs for improvements proposed by the local bodies, but for the present the Town Planning Bill and other important works for repa triation are claiming attention. Among the other works the depart ment has in hand are plans for an important garden city to be laid out by the State, and which is to form the principal .town of the Upper Mur ray irrigation areas. The designs are partly completed, and should make a valuable illustration of the merits and utility of modern town planning de sign applied to new cities in place of the older system of laying oat a limited number of building blocks, en closing. it with a belt of Croyvn lands, and calling it a town. To give effect to town planning, however, as regards both new and existing towns and cities, legislation is indispensable. Hence the Town Planning and Deve lopment Bill now before Parliament.

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ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

ST. LEON'S CIRCUS. Patrons were rewarded on Wednesday and Thursday night on visiting the above show, by witnessing a really fine pro gramme. St. Leon's is an old name in the north, and the company have on every occasion drawn good houses. On this visit the combination of artists was quite up to the ubual standard, while ths programme was clean from first to last, which is a big item with the public taste. Miss Golda Honey, on the tight wire, - provided a few thrills, and her performance ranks among the highest. Joey and Woollum, in-their ladder plane act, were decidedly clever, while" several' of the company contributed some specially fine turns on the horizontal bars. The posing of the Renfrews in their statuary tableaux* drew forth-hearty-applause, the turn being novel and clever. Horses, shefep, geese, dogs, etc., seemed to all know their job. The company POSSMS a good band, and taken all round it's a show that is worth seeing. The circus visits Yongala on Friday (to-day), and Ja...

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CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

CRICKET CHATTER. Saturday wasideal for cricket Jand the end of the first round was ' reached.' :As it fsj proposed to . }»v$ $ yoimde there is a iongjray : to go and no team need be discouraged. The Federals by their decisive - 'Victory of the Terowies have got ® a handy start and are now 5 points ?in advance of any other Club. 'Terowie has Bot^starfced as well as last year, whilst Tongala has i gone from defeat, to draw, to yic t6ry and will be a tough proposi tioniere the season is half over, i The Buffalo team has lost all 3 igames, but better things are ex pected of them in the nearfuture. Some of the leading averages in batting are as follows:-Federals: jBurcheil 171, Dodd36.6, Sharley -.26.3, Bills 55, Leicester 27; Ter * owie : Simpson 30.2, Roach 29, A. L ? Collins 29, Zanker 20; Yongala: ' Laycock 179, H.Gleeson 30, Rock 24, Miller 17; Buffalo, not to hand. Whilst the bowling are as under: --Federal: Chinner 1, Sharley 8.3, Dodd 9.6; Terowie: H.Coilins 10.6, Roach 16, A-CoH...

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