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What Bill Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 November 1919

What Bill Wanted. A country storekeeper has, among his cherished curios, the following letter from a customer : -"Dick, - Pies send goods at wons, want them for kismis. 61bs raisinte, them butes you . sent me ain't the rite butes, they is 9, I take 7; You must think I got fete like blackfellows kanoes. Bag flour. 9 lbs sugar, 6 lbs rice. I had a bad fire to-day, burned nearly all me grass, and fritened doos out of the cows. Old womans been sic ever since, pound baking sodar, packit corn flour, the cows have gon« orf their milk and sore tite and won't fede, 101b gudbakin no dried horse like last time' with hide a inch thick, pound sugar lolys for kids. It gave parti kler el to the rabits and hares and burnt rite out, 6 tins trekil, 6 tins jam. Tel the butcher to send 12 pounds rostin meat and send the bill. I will settii when I come in, all is well barin the missus and the cows orf their milk with sore tits and won't fede, and two kid* with messuls, Opin you are the same as it leaves...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 November 1919

THE LUNCHEON. At 1.45 both teams adjourned, the visitors being- entertained to lunch at Rasheed's Hotel. With the inner man well fortified against the rigors of the afternoon, the captain Mr. W. C. Dowling, expressed pleasure at the visit of their guests. He hoped the game would continue in the vein of good fellowship, and that the home team would win (laughter). They were proud of their town' and of its re-, cord in sport, and they also knew that Peterborough men were good sports, and that knowledge added much to their pleasure at the visit. He trusted that the match now in progress would be 'but the forerunner of many such enjoyable days during the season. The skipper's remarks wfcre endorsed by Messrs. L. Till brook and M. Duffy. Captain Lei cester, who responded on behalf of his XI, received a rousing reception. He congratulated the Orroroo team on their batting figures, as far a6 the match had progressed. They were enjoying the game immensely, and he assured the hosts that a go...

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

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. . The unequalled remedy for colds, influenza, cheat complaints, neuralgia, tod^tstion,: TSenmitnm. Sander'* Ex -1tract, ttc tore protection from all in fections, ferer, diphtheria, meningitis. «Sander** Extract, the great healer of jronnds, bums, nicer*, sprains, slrin diseases. SaTider*s£xtract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria to contain antiseptic and fceaiing substances not J: present in other eucalyptus prepara " tions, hence its 'superior antfunique - "V. srajktive power. Sander's Extract, the ^only eucalyptus prodHct prepared ex ~ c)usivelv fromthe leaves and, refined" ..-ly special process, is free from the ir xitating and heart-depressingeffecf of - Jibe common eucalyptus and the eo Mjsafeitirinter [''0j0M3er^koiL^Lain : »> TWO SIGNALS. There are two serious signals of kidney ills. The first signal comes from the back, with numerous aches and pains, and the second' signal comes in the kidney secretions-The urine is thin and pa...

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TEROWIE II. V. YARCOWIE [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 7 November 1919

TEROWIE II. V. YARCOWIE ? Saturday being an off-day, Terowie Cricket Club_ arranged a match "be tween Terowie'II. and Yareowie, on the Terowie Oval. Thurlow von the loss, and sent Yarcowie in on the new cricket pitch, which is one of the . finest in the north now, and is a credit to Mr*- Strawbridge, die contractor, _^and the visitors made good use of it, making 204 runsforlOwickets before they declared. K. Lawer batted nicely for *82, including 10 fonrs; A. Zanker rattled sip 20, including two sixers, be fore he was caught oy Thurlow off Battersby; J. Lang batted very steady ily lor 22, and orily two of his balls reachedthe boundary; .. McCurdy made 27 npt put ingo©dstyle,includ' ing four fours; W. Richardson hit out for his 16, iut he was clean bowled by H. Chapman; some of the others reached double figures. Six bowlers were tried, H. Chapman (S for 40) and H. J. Thurlow (2 for 6) being-most successful. Terowie had-a very, short stay, as they were all out for 65, B. Richardson tak...

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CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

CRICKET CHATTER. The match, Buffs, v. Terowie, will be played on Peterborough ground on Sat urday, 29th. . There are still some small-souled sports who deliberately waste time in their endeavours to attain a draw. It should be brought to their notice that the Association delegates unanimously adopted the following rule: "That in going batsman meet out-going batsman in die playing arena, 2 minutes bang allowed in which to resume the game. Any player Tailing to observe this law can "at once be given out by either um pire." Next Saturday's matches will be Buffs, v. Federals, at Peterborough; Terowie v. Yongala, at Yongala. Following is die amount in hand for l5ie new scoring board: S. D. Jones, 10/; L. J. Bills, £2; Marshall Sambell, 10/; Collected -at match, £1 0/5. Total, £4 0/5. Further contributions thank fully received.

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KOORINGA v. TEROWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

KGORINGA v. TEROWIE. On^ Saturday; November 8, the Kooringa cricket team visited Ter o wie,j t being their first ^meeting this year.: The weather was ^eryhot. The visitors had firstuseof a good wic Tiet, - F., Collins aodAi. Robvan- being ? the-opening batsmen, the former tak-' ^ag stfike to G. R^ch, who had seven riins scored off jiis first over A. CoI SiM took ^p the attack and jone run ;was ~"score<d off , Jhs first over; after", ^starting quietly hoth .batsmen settled C^own, ? andiims ?. inore: freely, \flfc\spcphd ball eftckei' ,)I3. inaking S& A. T^hHant did. tibt itay long. being, caught by Lang, off H; ColJihs^-3-4-68. A .Willshife soon settled down_ and played stead ily; he soon-lost his partner, Moyses, who was bowled by Simpson-4-12 69. L. Neagle did not stay , long, H. . Collins finding: his wicket-15-6-88. A. Soars failed to open his account, A. Collins catching him off his -own bowling-6-0-89. R-. Cock came next, but his stay was short, as he skied o...

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DIRECT ACTION AND CAPITALISM. How to Protect the Small Investor. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

©IRECT ACTION AND CAPITALISM. How to Protect the Small Investor. Any man with the most elementary knowledge of modern . industry and commerce is aware that its verJr.] blood is the savings of the small^ in vestor. It may indeed be said that modem trade, with its large scale ope rations'and endless ramifications,'onlj became possible when the jomt s principle of doing business was adop ted Without it we should react to the Middle Ages, when each manu facturer or merchant owned worked his meagre capital. He lacked the backing and capita that combma tion with others alone Prouf®s' Modern trade possesses two supreme advantages over that of the ancients it is co-operative m its capital and its working, and it has the securiy only good government can afford. Our ancestors had to hide their sav ings in a deep hole-if they saw an) advantage in saving at all. ^ tra velling merchant was the constant prey of turbulent prmcelings, orJnigh^ way bandits or sea-pirates There were neither police to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

SANDER St SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. The unequalled, remedy - for cold*, inluenn, <itit neuralgia, indigestion, rheumatism. SudK'f Ex ti*c*,<hcsurc protection from ail in fections, fever. diphtheria, .meningitis. Sander** Extract, the great healer of wounds, burns, ulcers, sprains, skin 'diseases. Sander's Extract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria, to contain antiseptic and healing subataare* not' . present in other eucalyptus prepara tions, hence its superior 'asd unique curative power." Sander's iSxtract, the only ^calypttis productprepared a clusix-elv from the leaves and refined by special process, is ^ree frosi the ir ritating.a'nd heart-depressing effect of the iconmon jeitcaJjfptin and ihte «> . called "extracts," and^is safe for inter nal jand .external jise. Insist «b the GenuineSanderJkrtract^aoil derive Ac ^ualityaa* ? IS IT YOUR KIDNEYS? Don't Mistake the Cause of Your Trouble. Many people never suspect their ~"kidneys. If suffering from a lame,...

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Drowning Accident at Oodla Wirra. TWO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

Drowning Accident at Godla Wirra. TWO LIVES LOST. On Saturday morning last, a sad drowning fatality occurred about miles trom Oodla Wirra, when two young girls lost their lives. Mrs. A. Jones sent her two daughters, Eileen (aged 13 years) and Rose {aged 11 yearsA to a dam near by to procure two kerosene tins full of water, and as they had not returned within reasonable time the mother went in search of them, but was horri fied on approaching the dam to see the tins on the bank and the hat of one of her children floating in the water. Mrs. Jones im mediately sent word,to the town ship, but when assistance arrived she had waded intofhe dam and recovered the body of Eileen, the other subsequently being brought out of the water by Messrs. E. F. Woolcock and W. P, Carroll. No one actually knows how the acci dent happened,. but it is sur mised that one cf the ^jgtrls slipped into ~ the water and the other went to. her. assis-. tance. M.C. Barrlnger reported the matter to Mr. P. B. Murphy,...

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PEKINA [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

PEKINA November' 10.-The dry weather during the past month has played havoc with the crops and feed. Hay ciitting is finished on most farms, and carting will soon be in full swing. The cut, though short, was quite up to the standard of average years. The crops are ripening very quickly, and reap ing will soon -be started on " some farms. Stock of all classes are in first-class condition, but unless we get summer rains they will undoubtedly have hard limes n«xt autumn.

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CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

° CARRIETON. Nov. 10th.-The annual straw berry fete was held here on Nov. 5th, under ideal strawberry fete climatic conditions. Being near full moon, the people from near and far availed themselves of the opportunity of having a good time. The stalls were-Supper, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Lassock, Mrs. J. Read, and Mrs. 'V. Byerly ; flawers and sweets, Misses D. White, and H. Sharp; straw berries and cream, Mesdames Vater, and Ormiston ; ice cream and cool drinks, Messrs. Chester field and G. Sharp; Miss P. Sharp was secretary and Mrs. J. Read treasurer. After the fete the willing workers had the satisfaction of knowing that all the stalls were sold out, and that considerably over £20 was netted, all present having had a rattling good time. The success of the fete was due to the untiring efforts, of the secretary, Miss P. Sharp. A very nasty accident was luckily avoided, owing to splen did horsemanship, on the even ing of Nov. 5th. About 5 p.m. Mr. A. Phillis was mounted on a horse in front ...

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Y.M.C.A. ARMY DEPARTMENT "OUTER HARBOUR" SERVICE (Adelaide). [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

Y.M.C.A. ARMY DEPARTMENT . OUTER HARBOUR" SERVICE (Adelaide). During August and the first, fort- ? night of September, 1916, 28 trans ports have arrived from overseas: bringing back a total of 27,045 men, 2,898 of whom were South Australian. About half of these men were grant ed city leave, in which case (entertain ment has been provided at the Sol diers' Lounge,; which is always work ing to - capacity when the men of a transport^are granted city leave. Our souvenir city guides,-one of which is issued to -every man as he leaves his boat, are plentifully in evidence in the streets .on*these days, the men finding the maps exceedingly useful. -When ever the hours of city leave permit, the dress circle of the Majestic Theatre has been reserved for mati nee performances for tties men. There can be iio doubt this -provision, plus; the work of the Lounge, serves, to keep the majority of the men away from hotels.. The work at the Outer Har-boUr,-where the free "(buffet is open during the wh...

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ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

ASSOCIATION MATCHES. P W D Federals .... 4 3 1 Yongala 4 1 2 Terowie ...... 3 1 1 - Buffalo ...... 3 - The second round of Association mat ches was commenced on Saturday, when Yongala played the Federals on the Peterborough grounds. The weather .was decidedly tropical, the heat at times being intense, and a thunder shower stopped the game for a few minutes. Laycock won the toss, and sent the Federals to bat, 'Sharley and Leicester opening . to the bowling of Rock and Gleeson Senr. Sharley smote two sixers and when 21, was splendidly caught by Gleeson off Rock. Leicester was stumped off the keeper's pads when 11 and the score read 2-11-38. Ferry and Dodd stopped the rot. and when Ferry was caught and bowled by Lay cock," the score was 3-19-94. Burchell followed, but was dismissed without, -vScoring, l.b.w.. to Lavcock. He found great objection to the decision, but players must realize the futility of arguing with the umpire's decision, A 0-94. Bills followed, and soon after the game ...

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"Two Scenes." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

"Two Scenes." By B.A.C. [From "The Orroroo Enterprise."] With a mind distressed and centred on the disturbance last week over the water shortage in the town I directed my steps in the direction of the outer block of our fair village. Beyond the railway I ap proached a house in course of erection-It was good! Leaning on the wire fence sur veying the handiwork of man I at length became aware of a groati party seated round a mor tar heap, the apparent leader of the party was well known to me, and I recognised in the genial face one who was exceedingly sore at the ratepayers meeting a few days ago. I watched the party with their teapots dribbling water on the heap of mortar, and I hearkened to the chorus as they sang in perfect - harmony, " We don't care if water Never comes along ^to us We'll mix our blinkin' mortar With but very little fuss, We'U sing our little chorus. And contented -we will be, While our dribbling little teapots Will a glorious saving be." Economy end contentment! -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

To did; <Stizene-; - In reply to ntuaSfoiiijfeh^iiirieti t have pl»Mure in stating thiat it i* my - intention to Mik^ BE-ELBCTlON «s 1UIOB fof anotbeirterm.;. Your» Faijfchfully, SAMUEL D JONESj Mayor* SONORA TALKING MACHINE. Winner of Highest Score for Tone, Panama Pacific Exposition. The Sonora is fitted with all the latest appliances. Automatic stop, tone modifier, and will play four to six records with one winding. Beautifully finished in English Oak,'Mahogany, and Walnut. Cabinet and Table Models. Call and see these fine machines, ~ and ask to hear them as well. Sold for Cash or Easy Terms. Records and needles always on stock. E. W. BRANDT, Stationery and Fancygoodsman, PETERBOROUGH. A Bracing Summer Tonic. HOILE'S QUININE AND IRON TONIC TONES UP THE SYSTEM AND ENRICHES THE BLOOD. Price, 4/ per bottle; Small Size, 2/6; Postage, fld. extra. H. 8. TAYLOR (Late 50th Battalion), Hairdresser, Tobacconist and Stationer, MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH, (Opposite Subway). has Ope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. . -Insurance Company, Ltd. \ Apurely Australasian Company, authorised capital,--s£*,000.000. Every description of - Property, in cluding HAYSTACKS; and GROW ING CROPS, insured at - .Lowest Current Rates. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING covered Without Extra Premium. Employer* , protected against their liability for accident* : to their workmen. Lowest Rates. Perfect security. Prompt ScttlemeuU. S.A. Branch--Grenfell. Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager. Agent at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY: J^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 * CO., LTD., DARLING BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. ^ E. & W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, A FLORISTS. High Quality Flower Seeds and Bulbs, Specially Selected "Vegetable Seeds; Cut Flowers. Wreath*. Pouco, Bouquets, etc.: Best-Agricultural -Seeds,-Fodder Graaaes. Sjtleridid ...

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The [?] Times FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919. LOCAL TOPICS. OUR PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919. LOCAL TOPICS. OUR PAPER. If we want to boom a paper, It is not easy so to do; We've got to cut an inky caper, Attractive local news to brew. If folk would only advertise To help to pay the primal cost. Much good would soon materialize To bring out what id valued most. The news that's told to tempt the eye Requires a mental effort strong That should be good enough to buy. And send the wheels of trade along. We're ready to accommodate And tell the things you'd like to read, As in your homes we circulate If you'll subscribe! Thai's wiat we need! -AUGH. . .....« S. Peter's Church.-The services on Sunday next will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Mattins; 7, Evensong. On Tuesday night next, in the local hall, the Hon. A. Poyn ton will address the electors of the Division of Grey. «...«... Tke Rev. De La Rue, the new Minister of the Baptist Church, has arrived and taken up his re sidence in Peterborough. He succeeds th* Rev. S. Bowering. . ....... A shortag...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

Religious bervioes. Catholic.-Holy Mass 8 and 11 Pe tersburg:, and 10.30 Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions 7 Petertkurg'. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prea cher-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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'Memories' (Chapter 38). "BARNEY." Memories of a gallant comrade who died with the guns in Flanders on August 8th, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

Written especially for "The Petery ' Ifcnrir Times" "fcy S.-Majer B. A. Oirln (Chapter 38). "BARNEY." Memories of a gallant comrade died with the guns in Flanders on August 8th, -3917. In the Armj7 List of 1917 is shown his name, Lieutenant Bernard Thomp son, 42nd Battery, A.F.A. But ray mind goes back to the old enthusiastic daysx of 1914, when the tools of in dustry were laid aside, and the hands of read}' Australians reached out for the implements of war. They were glorious days, in which one felt a pain at cutting adrift the friends of peace ful years, but war had its consola tions for us, and gave unto us the knowledge of the true meaning of that grand word;-comrade-and gave ns comradeship of a type which can never he known by other than the sol dier. That comradeship we revere. It weathers the ups and downs of victory and defeat, and last-because it can never die. 1 have lost a. comrade, but in years to come, when I hear the toast of "Absent Comrades," there, will ever be a vi...

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MORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 14 November 1919

MORCHARD. November 8th. - A welcome home was tendered on Friday evening to Lce.-Cpl. Leslie Jasper, who has been on active service for four years. The pro gramme consisted of songs and addresses, and the truest received the local medal.-Advantage was taken also of the pre. ence of Mr. Scriven at the function to present the Red Cross medal to him. Both of the recipients suitably responded. Lee.-Gl. W. O'Loughlin on Wednesday re turned from Adelaide, where he was decorated for bravery. His brother, Mr. A. O'Loughlin, who is also a Medallist with a bar, is returning to settle here next week. Both are the sons of Mrs. A. O'Loughlin, of Morchard.

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