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Yongala. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
Yongaia. May 17.-On Thursday afternoon a. large number of persons assembled at the railway station to welcome home Sap. H.' C. Hodby, who has returned from the front' after three years ser vice. The Yongala Brass and School fife bands rendered music and the Rev. J. Gilding delivered an address of welcome. The soldier responded. On Friday afternbon there was an other large assemblage of persons at the station to welcome home Pte. Eric Williams, who has been on active service abroad for about four years. The brass and fife bands again ren dered items and Mr. F. Laycock de livered an address of welcome. Pte. Williams responded. On Friday evening a concert, supper, and dance were held in the Institute Hall in aid of Y.M.C.A., funds. The attendance was good and £13 was raised. Items were rendered by the school children, Misses G. Mutton, N. AfcNamara, E. Graefe, Mesdanflbs Anderson, Gilding, Wake, and Messrs. Anderson and Lay cock. The brass band rendered items outside the hall prior to ...
NEGLECTED COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
.. . . NEGLECTED COLDS. Never neglect a cold, as the resiilt is often more serious than the cold itself. A neglected cold-weakensthe system, tnaldng_jtr -susceptible to fither4i$eases. "Hiere is absolutely *16 excuse for neg ^lectang i a^eold. "Oiamberfein^/;^ gftemedy wpl ifflinediatei'iSief, no ^ourtter h&lt;w stubborn die cold tnay be; liOi^bei^h's^Cdu^i iJKeinedyjsfelirely giSiff^CTtiironit nauseatingcougii /mix P«ii:es7 It is pleasant to take and especi I^My gopd lor ^bildyen. Sold by all store*
RENEW YOUR STRENGTH BY TAKING PHOSPHATE. Restorative of Vigour and Vitality. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
RENEW YOUR STRENGTH BY TAKING PHOSPHATE. Restorative of Vigour and Vitality. The condition,, of the man or woman who has lost his or her strength is pitiable, for, above all,, it is strength that makes life worth liv ing and renders possible the full en joyment of all that life offers. Ill ness,- worry, or anxiety may have sapped your vitality and robbed you of your strength, or old age may be responsible for tissue wastage and consequent loss of power, but what -ever the cause it is possible for you to renew your strength, to regain, the vigorous health which is your birth right, and to defy the advance of old .age by simply furnishing your system .with bitro-phosphate. This product is natufal to the human body; it is pre-, sent, in abundance in vigorous youth, but in later life, or in consequence of illness or excesses the quantity is re duced, and its reduction is marked by spch .symptoms as weakness, depres sion, insomnia, debility, langour, irri tability, inability to Withstand...
Eurelia [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
~ \ Emdia " The writer does not feel fit 4or" a long report this week, owing to the terribly cold weather experienced in these parts. For over a 'week the thermometer has been seriously thihk ing of dropping below zero; the sun has tried her oest on several days about noon to soothe'mattere, but so.. ..far has failed. In spite of the weather^ some of the Tesidents are still travel lings to and from ': file city. Miss Muriel Lock .has just returned tocher home after ;an enjoyable trip to the cityv Mr. M. :P. Daly, with son and daughter.havealso returned. . Ahout a dozen of 4he local young people journeyedto Cameton - on: Monday last to attend a welcome htraaesocial there, "and 'spent a most, enjoyable time-they always do.: .. On 'Thursday evening-a prohibition .meeting wassheld in the. local frail. Owing. no ?doubt. to ;the severe -cpld weather, only niedium.Interjeqtipns^&etfewand iar bjtwfen, the bnly exdtlng .incident if the. evening; being the collapse of a ^e ^4^n^was so...
DISTRICT NEWS. Our Carrieton Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
Our Canieton letter. The Court rcomn^enced proceedings . punctually at lOia.iiii. on Thursday, and had to finish "by the Assistance of lamp light.; The case over which _ihe tinje was spent -was one of limited' Jurisdiction, before John' Read and W. J. Hardy, J.l^'s. The "plaintiff was William Griffin, an infant; and John Pearcei Percy Cunningham, and Thos. Cormack, all of Hammond, were the defendants! Mr. F. P. Keats appeared for. the prosecution, and Mr. H._ G. Alderman for the ' defence, ... against whom £19 19/ was claimed for dam ages. The case was a very peculiar one, and many witnesses were sun poenaed by both sides; William Griffin, mail -^driver of Hammond; Richard Griffin, of Hammond, who was treated as a hostile witness; and John Gre gory Griffin, baker, of^ Hammond, and Ben Barker, district" clerk of Ham mond (for the plaintiff); Percy"Cun ningham, Thomas Cormack, John Pearce, William Bourke, alias "Doc tor" (for the defendants)- The latter witness was evidently confused,...
FOOTBALL. UNITED v. SAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
FOOTBALL. UNITE!) v. SAINTS. , ? There was onty one jmatch played on Saturday in connection with the N.E. Association, when the. above teams met on the Show Grounds Oval. The play up to "three-quarter time was very even, the scores showing: Saints, 1 goals 6 behinds; United, 6 behinds. In the final term the Saints had much the better of the play, and put on 3 goils 9 behinds to their opponent's nil. The final scores were: St. Anacletus, 4 goals 15 behinds. United, 6 behinds. . M. Wald gave satisfaction as. the umpire.
N.E. JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
N.E. JOCKEY CLUB. A committee meeting of the Pe*er ?; borough-Jockey Club was held at ihe secretary's office last week,' the nre ... sident (Mr. P. B. Murphy) presiding. It-'-was resolved to forward letteifof condolence to the relatives of the late A. O. Whitington and the . S.A.J.C. The programme for the 5th of July meeting was fixed. The sf ikes wiU be increased to £200, and co sist of six races: Hurdles, £40; Junction, £40;. Peterborough Handicap, £50; Flying, £40; Novice, £15; ana Trials £15. The secretary was instru:ted to submit the programme to the S.A. Jockey Club, and instruct Gordon's: Agency to go on with ^the advertising, also to apply for the services of Mr. M. J. Hogan as stipendiary stewai d.
ORROROO v. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 23 May 1919
ORROROO v. DAWSON. The local team journeyed to the distant town of Dawson on Saturday last, under ideal conditions for foot ball, but intensely cold for motoring. Owing to illness and other unavoid able causes five of the team were un able to. take the field, but with one . emergency man, a motor driver, and .three sports from Dawson, our lads were able to face the umpire wiib the required number. Rough and hilly ? roads were the order going out. but despite the bad going play , commenced at three o'clock. Dawson took com ... mand from the bounce, and to on lookers it appeared to be a clean run away- match. Dawson notched 20 . points to nil in the opening Quarter, but from this stage on the visitors more than held their own, and settling down to their work reduced the mar gin as th egame progressed. - The final scores were: Dawson, 4.3. Orroroo, 2.4. Afternoon tea was provided by the Dawson ladies, and the visitors appre ciated much" the good things offering. Two of the cars got bus...
CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
| Nearly naif tin *our dragged " lay,, lob tteauflpense djfee, snore £he : vthree.! convicts, pondered over it the more impracticable it seemed. They were in -a 'wavering state of indecision wlfen" the low.: tread of the sentry was heard in th&lt; - passage.- The-IootBteps passed on and laded away tn thedeep recesBee ol the mine. '. ,, Pushkin Bprang to his feet. "Be. ready^comr&des,)' he whisper ed." "Begin' the scuffle the instant that I give the signal. , But don't overao it and maKe too much noiBe." Carefully lifting'the barrow he crept to. the" door. He sprawled flat on the ground and placed his eyes and one ear to the bottom crevice, which was nearly an inch wide. He remained in this attitude for peibape ten minutes. >. . "The sentry is on his way hack now.," hewhispered, finally. "I see a glimmer of light flashing on the pas sage. Ah ! I hear footsteps ; , they, sre coming nearer. Begin, comrades." Trolov and Alexis instantly caught hs>ld ,'of each other...
(copyright.) IN THE NAME OF THE CZAR. PART 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
By WIIILIA& GRASBON^ Author o! ""Vera "Shamaria," "Ha House of OrfanoH," &c. \. PAiRT 9:; * August and September went _ slowlj by and gave place to October; and now, wien tbe scene opens on the threshhold of y winter,: Alexis and Pushkin "were broken-hearted and well nigh hopeless. ?! ' - There was one crumb of comfort in their despair. . By mere chance the? iad not been separated. They shared a cell with another prisoner named Trolov-a degraded murderer from the Crimea. ^ . Trolov was, near his cell mates at the end of the shaft that afternoon. Side by side with Pushkin he drove his pick into the hard wall. Alexis was' Working a few feet to -their left. His-thoughts were ill the. far-distant Yeneseisk prison", and he wondered if Helen still lived in the hope of his promised coming. Perhaps she was dead. He clutched at hw -heart as though to stifle the keen aaguish that thrilled him as he saw, in imagina tion, a rough and lonely -grave un marked by.turf or stone. Tro...
"WAR SERVICE LEAVE GRATUITIES." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
"WAR SERVICE LEAVE GRATUITIES." Lt.-Col. M. W. Logan, D.A.A.G., 4th Military District,. writes:-It has been reported that a large number of applications for War Service Leave Gratuities, chiefly from persons resid ing in country districts, are still out standing;. As it is desired to close the work in connection with these gratui ties at an early date, would you be good enough to giv-e publicity to the following in. your newspaper, in order that those who are not aware that they are entitled to this benefit, may be notified:-"It was approved by the Government in December last, that War Service Leave Qratiuties based on 7i days' pay for each six months' "service abroad, and sustenance allow ance of. 3/- per day for the period of leave for all members with more than, twelve months' service would be paid to members of the Australian Im perial Force on discharge. It was also announced at the time that.the approval would be retrospective and apply to members of the Australian Imperial Fo...
The Editor's Notebook. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
Editor's Notebook. On Anzac Commemoration Day the Governor-General said.of the Reserve; "They hid just seen what line ma terial was available to form an Aus tralian National Reserve. It was for the battalion commanders and those who served under them to carry into that reserve the great military tra ditions established on Gailipoli and in France; then would the country reap the ' great advantage of having a National Reserve, endowed with the prestige for ever associated with the name of the Anzacs and with the name of the British Fleet." Australian Produce for France - A passage in the annual report of the Australian section of the British Cham- ? ber of Commerce at Paris mentions that at a conference held during the year, Australian products and t their future sale on the French market i were dis cussed, but "the salient point of the discussion was the question of a Cus toms arrangement with the French Gov ernment. The chamber could be instru mental in obtaining for Australian pro ...
Belton. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
Belton. Mrs. R. Warwick, of Hollowilina Statjon, has' been _ spending a -brief hi^tiday with Mrs. W. J. Hardy, of Pamstta Station, on her return from the city. Charles Burt. ' manager for Ra^li eed & Son's Station, Bagalowie, is one of the smartest wiid dog trappers through the north. During the last few months'he has been waging dead ly warfare on the "dogs," with the re sult that scores of dogs have disap peared; Hearty, congratulations have been extended him by all sheepy men in the district, and we trust he will be handsomely rewarded for his en deavours. It is a great pity the price per scalp has been reduced. The local school teacher has ex pressed great disappointment' at the non-appearance of the inspector, when he was so near-and yet so far.
The Times FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1919. Local 4b&lt;! General Hews Peterborough Hospital;-A meeting of the hospital committee was held in th4e lodge rooni last week,'.when there was a ? good attendance. Dr. Arthur! Goode was appointed chairman, and Mr. S. W. Dickson secretary. Thfe . total Amount collected to date is £-600, and it was resolved to rnalce an appeal throughout the town and district. Great range New j)ress Goods at Dobbie's. Blue and White Socials - A very successful, dance.., was- held in St;Ana cletus school room' on 19th in St.", when there was'a large number prer Sent. The dance was under the aus* pices of1 the Children of Mary, and was in aid of the church funds.' Mr, E. Chambers ' was M.C. Mr. W. - W. . Henderson supplied the music. Alto gether a very enjoyable evening was spent by all present. -There will be a -euchre tournament and dance in the' schoolroom on" Monday next, June 2. A Bad Bungle.-Great inconveni ence was caused on Monday to the. public, especially the busin...
Eurelia [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
Eurelia ~ To livBU up thie to wo, the "heads" de cided te hold ft euchre party on Wednes day evening last week. Evidently they did not get on the soft aide of the clerk of the weather; in consequence it was bitterly-cold, with a few drizzly shovers in between, and this, no doubts prevented a number of adherents to this fascinating game from attending. Nevertheless, the function was quite A success. The first prize for gents fell to Mr. R. Palmer, of Hawk«r, with Mr. C. A. Kaerger second. Mrs. A. S. Read took the lady's first prize and Miss Michael second. A supper and dance followed. . Corporal Ftatherston is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hall, of " Fair View," £urelia. Mr. Harry Read, of Broken Hill, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Al bert Bray is on holidays staying with his parents. Miss Dolly Davill has returned from a holiday, also Mr. S. B. Manning. Mr. Dan. Holland is also once more in this town. Owing to the foxes going over the mark in these parts, as regards-slaughter in...
DISTRICT NEWS. Black Rock Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Osrp Correspondents). /* ? ' Black Rock Letter. , Miss Ida Naitmith bu been appointed by the Orroroo committee to collect funds for the Soldiers' Memorial. - Any donations will be thankfully received. Please help a worthy cause 1 . The young people of the district are busy forming themselves into, a Glee Club, and are practicing glees with vigor. They hope to be beard 10 advantage at the Soldiers' Social to be held shortly. We will rely on their help and will not have to e en da way for musical talent to ' assist us at these functions. Staff-Nurse May Xuerschner arrived at Black Rock on Saturday last, where she will spend her vacation with her parents. The nurse has been on duty at Keswick Hospital for several months. The Rev. and Mrs. Fleming have- been the guests of Mrs. Naismith for a few days at "Avon Moor," Black Rock.. Rev. Fleming delivered an interesting lecture during the week on Home Missions.
CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 30 May 1919
CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on Monday, May 19th. Present, Crs'. Williams (chair), Solly, Meers, Mclnerney and L)aly. Minutes of previous meeting read .and confirmed. Correspondence-From Clerk Hawker Council, with suggestions re working road grader and congratulating Council on having secured the machine. From Dept. Lands re Bathurst Burs on 8to«k road, and asking Council to get offers. for the destruction of same, in Hd. of Eurelia; otily one" offer was received, viz., D. Molloy's at .£70,. this the depart ment of Lands and Survey* accepted. From Local Govt. Dept. re gift for work for returned soldiers---Clerk reported having applied for the £240-money to be spent on Tanyarrie Creek Ford and special work on District Roads. Cr. Daly moved that Clerk be appoint ed returning officer for the forthcoming elections. The following Councillor* re tire by effluxion of time:-T. M. Williams, Yanyarfie Ward; J. Chalmers, Oladdie Ward; E. Meers, Eurelpa Ward; and J. Read as ...