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NOVEL USE FOR A SILK HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

NOVEL USE FOR A SILK HAT, The fruits of Impetuosity (writes "'The Major") were gathered by an acquaintance of mine the other day. He was^ brought up to London where as is well known, the silk hat is al most a necessary portion of the business man's attire, and since be has come to Birmingham he hag re tained his affection for this form of headgear, and almost invariably wears one. Some little time ago he was much troubled by the fact that the nap of the hat was constantly being rubbed the wrong way after he had hung it up at home, and after remarking once or twice that some one must be playing pranks with it, be decided to watch carefully. One Saturday afternoon, not long after this decision, he went out for a short distance, wearing a cap, and when he returned he saw a hawker's cart with walnuts for sale, just leav ing his own door. He entered the hall of the house, and found some thing much worse than he expected, the silk hat, standing near the door, bottom upwards, full of walnu...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Football Association Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

Football Association Social. At the. town hall 011 Wednes day, 22 inst., a social and dance were held in connection with the ^North-Eastern Football Associa tion. The Mayor presided, and musical items were rendered by Messrs. J. Ham, G. A. Bradley, and F. Shields. The accompanist was Mr. L. J. Gluyas. Supper was provided by the Association. The Mayor mentioned that for the season the receipts had been .£221 and expenditure £197, leav ing a credit of £26. Out of this Mr. J. Harford (St. Anecletus Club was to have £5 5/, as he had met with an. accident, and the hon. secretary (Mr. E. W. Brandt) £10 10/. The Association had arrang ed one match for the hospital funds which brought in £41. The Mayor then presented the gold medals as follows:-Messrs. T. Taylor, best all-round player in the Association; M. S. Brennan. most gentlemanly player; P. Dixon, most popular player. The Hst was on the system of penny votes, and brought in £68 for the hospital funds. The Mayor also handed to Mr. W. A...

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

RELIEF FROM INDIGESTION can be obtained in from two to minutes by taking half a teaspo^t V fill of Bisurated Magnesia in £ little water immediately afterjeat . ing or whenever pain is teit: Thousands who have tried it feay there is nothing like Bieuratefi Magnesia for indigestion, gastri acidity and dyspepsias Thatthi is perfectly true " Will, be quii clear when it is understood thai the pains and discomforts whi accompany d e range ments of, th stomach are usually due' to fei mentation resulting from an ex cess of acid in the stomach, ai* further that Bisurated MiagnesL is simply and purely an anti-acii the sole purpose of which is counteract, nullify andneutrali: acidity. Hense the Telief fro: indigestion following the tak; of Bisurated Magnesia, whfel may be obtained from any chem" ist. The sooner you com men' -taking Bisurated' Magnesia thj quicker will yo«, be ftfeedfra indigestion. Wisdom; counsel' the purchase of a bottle torday. e is to Last, year 123,370 t(^| of Jffrti/ pas...

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

Australian Cotton. When considering our staples the tendancy is for each State to limit this list to its own. Whatever Aus tralia produces, no matter where, is for the enrichment of the Com xmonwealth. There is cotton. The history of the cultivation of this great staple, which, ,.Jn the world sense, is certainly not infer ior to wool itself, would indeed make interesting reading. It is Queensland which is the .home of cotton in Australia, and well have those charged with 1fce work pioneered the industry, persever ing over all obstacles .until jaow, < as it is safe to say; the cotton in* dustry is strongly entrenched and.1 bound to steadily growyear by-, year. What makes the subject of peculiar immediate interest a$ this moment is the fact that sucti of the season's crop: as was avail-i able at the time for.«uchpurposesi as would be possible, has been purchased in its entirely from> the Queensland Government by"} Messrs. Henry Bull & Co., Ltd-j the well-known me...

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Rapid Repairs By British Engineers. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

Rapid Repairs Bj British Engineers. Particulars are now available of some extraordinarily rapid re pairs carried out by British ship builders after naval actions. H.M.S. Lion, Admiral Beatty's flagship, was seriously damaged in the Dogger Bank fight and about 1,500 square feet of plating had to be repaired under water. Four copper dams were built, low ered into the water in position, and attached to the ship's side by bridles and drawn tight; they were then pumped dry. A fort night was occupied in blasting away about 150 tons of concrete which had been used to fill in th9 damaged portions of the hull, and the entire repairsjwere completed in seven weeks. H.M.S. Marl borough, a super - dreadnought badly injured by torpedo in the Jutland battle, wasTepaired in six weeks, although many experts 'who saw the damage were incred ulous that the work could be done in so short a pericd. The men worked from six in the morning till nine at night with oxy-acet ylene burning plants and pneu matic...

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Fire-proof Aeroplanes. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

Fin-proof Aeroplanes. The aeroplane of the future Trill probably be built entirely of non-combustible material. Im portant advances in this direction have already been made by Brit ish engineers, who have produced wing frames of Duralumin and eteel. At the British Science Products Exhibition of 1919 sev eral complete wings of Duralumin were shown; these were generally arranged with flanged spars con nected by lattice bracing. Steel wings were also exhibited, built up of thin strips of high tensile steel electrically welded. One type of steel spar is claimed to be 10 per cent lighter and 30 percent stronger than the. corresponding wooden spar. Composite wood and steel wings are also turned out* by various British makers. All-metal construction is not only fire-resisting, butit is more dur able, reliable, and resistant to atmospheric changes. At present the main drawback is its higher cost, but-British makers are look ing forward to reducing this han dicap by improved manufacturing me...

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Silk Crepe-de-Chenes, beautiful quality, Black, Cream and Saxe, 8/11 per yard—at Dobbie's. Denis Kehoe in "Irish Hearts." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

Sift Crepe-de-Chenes, beautiful quality, Black, Cream and Saxe, 8/11 per yard-at DoWrie's. Denic Kehoe in " Irish Hearts. 44 Irish Hearts," the fine comedy drama by - Maurice Whelan (author of 44 Mother Machree,") will: mark the farewell perfor mance here by the popular Denis Kehoe at Peterborough, Monday night next, Nov. 3rd, prior to their return to the eastern states, where they open their Sydney season at Christmas, This is an uncommon play with a fine plot, but one in which humor pre dominates. The pleasant and light side of life is skilfully inter woven in a story of real dramatic merit. The characters are varied and distinct types. The situations are in turn dramatic and humor ous to the degree of hilarity. 44 Irish Hearts " is a play which invariably goes with 'roars of laughter. In Melbourne, Ade laide and Perth it had long runs, aad proved itself a worthy suc cessor to 44 Mother Machree." The company, who made such an impression here in 44 Mother Machree" on their former v...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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British Progress in Geared Turbines. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

British Progress in Geared Tnrbines. One of the outstanding features of British shipbuilding during the past few years has been the rapid development of geared turbines. The steam turbine is essentially a high speed machine, while the screw propeller, by way of con trast, works efficiently only at low speeds. Consequently it has been found advisable to bridge the gulf between the turbine at 2,000 revolutions per minute and the propellor at 90 by sojie form of speed reducing mechanism. A good deal of engineering courage was, however, required to embark on an extensive programme of mechanical gears for turbines of naval vessels under war condi tions, as the device had not been fully "tried out". Nevertheless the step was taken, and within the last four years one British shipbuilding firm alone construct ed gearing for over 1,270,000 shaft horse power on its o wn vessels and close on 1,600,000 shaft horse power on vessels constructed else where. In the case of &.M.S. Champion 2...

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

FIRE, MARINE, ACCH>S - ^-Insurance Company,-ljt3.. : A-purely Australasian Company, - authorised capital, £3,000,-000. ^ ' Every description of PropertV. in cluding HAYSTACKS and GROW ING -CROPS, insured *tr<Cri>wert Current . Rates. DAMAGE ; B¥. ; LIGHTNING covered Without £xtn Premium. Employers protected against their liability for accidr_nts . to their workmen. -, Lowest. Rates.. Perfect security. ' j Prompt Settlements. 3.A. Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. ^ SEVIYNG TjTARMERS are recommended to secure their Supplies -j5or Next Harvest as early as possibfe.-and thus avoid last season's shortage. Write atoonce for quotations for jSinder and Sewing Twines. . ? - H. J. PENNO a CO* LTDi DARLING BUILDINGS. ADELAIDE. . E. & W: Hackett, LIMITED. ? $ THE LEADING SE&DSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Posies...

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

Religious bfirvloes. .. Catholic.-Eoly Mass, 8 and llf Peterborough, ahd*usual evening1 de votions; 7. All Saints Day, Novem ber l^Holy Mass, 8 and 10.30, Peter borough! Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist^-11 a.m. and 7 p.ni. Preach er-Rev.; S. Bowerinjj*.

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

Peterborough, Moftday, 3rd November. Retiirxi Visit and Fardv^ell to DENNIS KEHOE & HIS POPUUft COMPANY . IN- . / ' >" The Hilarious and irresistible Comedy Drama, HEARTS," By MADfiiCE WHELAU (Author of "Mother Machree") The play whlcli is out of the ordinary, in which Comedy, Pathos . Drama abounds and which has won universal praise in ail Cities POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. Don't Fall to see this Great Laughter-Maker while you have the chanoe. We Guarantee a Groat Night. Box JUan at Brandt's. "Prices-4/, 3/, 2/, plus tax. * FIRST-CLASS GREYHOUND. AT STUD - "WEARY-FOOT," White-and Tan Dog, by Foot-Hold ex Fink-Heath. Fee £3 3s. R. STACY, Yarcowie. TOWN OF PETERBOROUGH. ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION. NOTICE is hereby given that on" the first Saturday in December next, -the Mayor, Samuel D. Jones; Coun cillors Jesse W. Bowering, East Ward; Alexander' Jamieson, West Ward; Amos E. Lock, South Ward; .Edward F. Dodd, Yongala Ward; and Auditor, Percy 'Prince, retire from of fice by e...

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

YONGALA V. BUFFALOES. The above match was played at Yon gala on Saturday, October 2.5th. U; Hankin won the toss from F. Laycock, and sent Yongala to bat. F. Laycock and H. Gleeson were the opening bats men, and by good batting put together 90 before the first wicket fell, when H. Gleeson not heeding a call for a run," found Laycock in the same crease as' himself; he T>olted 'for the other end but was too late; although he gave a couple of chances he played a fine innings for 48. F. Rock batted.solidly for 10, when he was caught; J. Burton had the bad ' luck to miss the first ball he received, 3 for 1-09. C. Miller put together 20 by ? good cricket. Johnston went in for hitting and was soon bowled. Yongala declared the innings closed at 210 for 5 wickets, F. Laycock carrying his bat for 101 not out, made tty good steady bat ting," his average nbwstanding at" 179 for 3 matches ^played, and Only once out. - The. Buffallo batsmen did not put up much of a stand, and were all out for 7...

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

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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 — 31 October 1919

Peterborough Hospital. The List Growing. Are You In It? Progressive Totals. Hospital Committee (incomplete) 1 1 ones, S. D. -(Mayor) £10 2 Dickson, S. 10 3 Dickson Bros. lo 4 Dr. Clarice 10 5 Dr. Clarke 10 6 Dr. Goode 10 7 Dr. Goode 10 8 Drs. Clarke and Goode 10 '9 Hoile, E. 10 10 Hoile, E. 10 11 Phillips, G. 10 12 Goudie, R. W. 10 13 Goudie, R. W. 10 14 Bowering, J. W. j V io 15 Bowering, J. W. ' io 16 Jamieson, A. 10 17 Both, M. R. io 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. ' 10 22 Frith, F. H. 10 Wald, D. 2 Dodd, E. F. 0 10 Shops and Businesses. . 23 Cox, E. R. 10 24 Cox, M. 10 25 Dobbie, E. A. " 10 26 Cousins, E. A. 10 27 Chinner, T« H. , 10 28 O'Loughlin, J. 10 29 Leonard, M. 5 5 Steinke, E. E. 5 5 10 10 30 Shackleford, E. 5 Wilson, Jas. 5 lo 31 Porter, A. A. 5 10 Brauer & Sons 5 10 32 Potter, E. B. 2 2 Jenkins, Geo. 2 2 Stringer, Rev. J. W. 2 2 Taylor, H. % % Smith, W. H. 2 2 10 10 33 Drayson, A. 11 O...

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NOTHING DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

NOTHING DOING. Mr. Giltstock had made money. Therefore he must have a bigger house, and it must be built for him by the best architect in the-town. In due course the architect arrived with- elaborate plans, which he ex plained to die puzzled merchant But Mr. Giltstock laid a firm- hand on the desk. "Now, the only thing remaining, Mr. Giltstock," he concluded, "is the drawing-room. Where shall be put the drawing-room?" . "Look here, my boy, I draw'the line somewhere. You've made pl^ns (or a smoking-room when' I don't smoke; a music-room, when I can't :even play a .mouth-organ; -a nursery, when I ain't got a nurse; and a pan try," when I don't pant But, I'm blamed if I'm going to let you plitup a drawingrroom, when. I can't <Wn draw a straight lintl"

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

FEDERALS v, TEEOWIE. This match was looked for ward to with much interest. Last year Terowie beat Federals . decisively, and were undefeated all the season, and as they have most of their old team still play ing it was recognised that they would be a tough proposition. This year they had defeated the Buffs, and drawn with: Yongala, while the Federals had two wins to their credit. The match was started right on time and Bills, having won the toss for *the fourth consecutive time, sent Terowie to bat. Simpson was aggressive from the start and helped himself to 9 in the first over. The first wicket was lost when the score was 36, Dodd bowling Lang. Roach followed and made the goftflg ^merryand 50 was soon passed^ Sharley re lieved Dodd and clean bowled Simpson for 37, the score being, 2-37-63. A. Collins followed, but was caught off Shields for 1, 3-1-64. H. C. Collins was caught by Ferry off Sharley, 4-2-69, and the Federal stocks *were rising fast. Dodd again took the place of Shield...

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N.E. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. — Position of the Clubs. — [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

N.E. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. - Position of the Clubs. - . PlydL Won. Drn. Lost. Pts. Federals 3 3 0 0 9 - Terowie 3 1*1.1.4"' Yongala 3 111 4 Buffalo 3 0 0 3 0 Next Saturday the association matches will be in recess, but the following team has been selected to represent the association in a -match to be played at Orroroo v. the Orroroo Association, N.E. Association: Bills, A. Collins, fi. C. Collins,.Dodd, C. Gleeson, H. Gleeson, Leicester, Roach, Rocfc,t Sharley, Quin trell. Emergencies: Brimgge, Shields. Orroroo: W. C. Addison, .N. Keats, J." P. McGuire, D. McKenzie (Blues), M. B. Daffy, W. J. Duffy (Pekina), O. D. Tillbroofc, L. Tillbrook (Mor chard), W. C. Dowling, G. Fader, C. Hennessy (Reds). Emergencies: G. McCarthy (Pekina), W. Nicholls (Reds). The match will start at 10 a.m. sharp, and be played till 6 p.m. The Orroroo Association have invited the visiting team to lunch. A good day's cricket is expected, and it is hoped the match will prove very interestin...

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ST. ANACLETUS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

AKACLETUS FOOTBALL CLUB. At the town hall Monday* 20th inst., a social and dance was held in connection with the St. Anecle ius . Football Club. The Mayor (WLT. S. D. Jones) . presided. Messrs. J. Critchley and A. Row an were Ms.C., and the music was supplied by Mr. W. W. Hen derson. Supper was provided by the ladies, under Mrs. Henderson. During the interval the lilaybr handed over the gold medals won by Messrs. M. S. Brennan, beat all-round man; E. M. Jenkins, most consistant player; H. R. Roberts, best placed man.'T. M. Clancy, secretary to the Club; L. P. Fogarty. second best placed man; W. Wall, "best ruck man; R. A. Mesnil, best improved play er;. and P. Dixon, second best ruck player. Mr. J. Critchley responded on behalf of the men.

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STRAWBERRY FETE AT DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 31 October 1919

STRAWBERRY FETE AT DAWSON. As announced in our advertising columns the Dawson Methodists have arranged a -strawberry fete and pro menade concert, to be opened in the Dawson Institute- at 5.30 sharp on Friday next, November 7. Numerous stalls have ibeen arranged, and will in clude strawberries and cream, fruit and vegetables {fresh from the gar den), ice cream, jellies, cool drinks, lollies, tea and refreshments, jumble jstall (included in which there are several head. of stock for sale), &c: There ?mil be a voting competi tion for the best decorated stall, and some keen excitement is anticipated. A good musical programme will be provided. Visitors are expected from all parts-of the district, including' Pe terborough, and . no. better drive or -motor trip can be found., A thorough- - ly enjoyable time is anticipated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 November 1919

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