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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

Market Report. BAGOT, SHAKES & LEWIS, LTD. report having held their monthly market at Peterborough on Thursday, 13th Nov., when they yarded 2,368 sheep and 121 cattle, and owing to the recent heavy rains several lines of sheep were unable to turn up. Fat sheep and cattle sold remarkably well and bidding for quality was spirited throughout. . The attendance was excep tionally good, and the yarding would have been cleared but the reserves in some instances were too high. Sheep sold, 1,2?4. Wethers-83 at 22/-, 87at 21/8, 20 at 18/4, 359 at 18/1, 76 at 15/4, 31 at 11/7, 9 at 10/9, 1 at 33/-; ewes-3 woollies 28/6, 76 at 18/, 34 at 12/7, 65 at 11/, 3 at 9/; lambs-73 at 13/6, 42 at 13/1,1 at 10/6, 79 at 10/4,44 at 9/7. 34 at 7/8, 40 at 7/, 16 at 5/10; rams 3 at 2J4 guineas, 1 at. guineas, 2 at 17/, 1 at 10/; stags-2 at 15/6. ' Fifty cattle aold-steers-1 at £18/2/6, 2 at £7, 1 at £6/10/, 2 at £5/12/6; cows-I at £13/2/6,1 at £10/15/, 1 at £10/7/6, 2 at £8/10/, 1 at £8/2/6, 2 at £8,1 ...

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FIRST ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

FIRST ANNUAL SOCIAL. The members of the local branch of the Returned Soldiers' and Sailors' Association held their first annual social in the town hall on Thurshay night. The president (Mr. J, Critchley presided over an attendance of) about 100; he was supported by the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones). Messrs. J. H. White /vice-presi dent), P. Farreli, M. Conlin, and R. H. Willcocks represented the Fathers* Association; Mr. H. P. Shakes /hon. secretary) and Crs. J. W. Bowering, E. F. Dodd, and Geo. Phillips the Repatria tion Committee; Messrs. T. C. Chamberlayne and J. WrightT the South African Veterans; and Lieuts. G. W. Noden and L. S. Avery, the Military Forces. The president extended a welcome to all and was pleased to see the kindred societies so well repre sented ; they were very thankful to the members of the local re patriation committee for their good work towards the returned men. The local association had a membership of 94, and were in. a good position financially ; they had £200...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

Religious bervfoes. Catholic-Holy Mass, 8.30 Yongala. 31 Petersburg1, ?. Oodlawirra Insti tute, and 10.30 Nackara. Usual Even ing Devotions, 7, Petersburg. 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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The [?] Times FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919. LOCAL TOPICS. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows:-8, Holy Communion; 11, Sung Eucha rist; 7, Evensong. Good Cream Flannel, 1/6 yard, at Dobbie's. Attention is directed to the ad vertisement in this issue of Mr. E. J. Craigie, the Independent Democratic Senate candidate, who will address the electors at railway reserve, Peterborough, to-night (Friday), at 8 p.m. Latest Summer VOILES, pretty patterns, 1/3 yard, at Dobbie's To-day. BORON IA BABIES.-We have just received the new xmas. booklet by May Gibbs, entitled "Boronia Babies." By the striking- originality of her pictures May Gibbs has made for herself a unique place among Australian artists. Her 1919 booklet. "Boronia Babies." is as sweet as the Boronia itself, and its pictures as at tractive as those in Miss Gibbs' other booklets. It contains 2 coloured and "12 other full-page pictures, size 8^ x 5| inches, and is in envelope ready for posting. Price, l/6. Big Display late...

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Hammond Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

Hammond Notes. Though little of interest has happened in the town during- the week, Bruce people got busy and had a very successful fancy dress ball in the goods shed. We be lieve that events like this awaken the public to the fact that a local hall is an necessity, and the whisper is going the rounds that a move in the right direction is contemplated in the near future. The attendance at the ball is one of the biggest ever gathered in the history ot the place, the judges, Mr. B. Barker and Miss Carling, having quite a task in selecting the mcst worthy cos tumes for the prizes. Mr. T. Shellay secured first for the gents /'William Tell), and Miss A. Reid (Spanish DancerJ first for the ladies. The following were the costumes we noticedMiss R. Reid, Carnival ; Miss Day, Poppy; Miss Hiliman, Italy; Miss R. Wright, Pierrot; Misses G.' Wright and M. B. Buff ham, Sunflowers; Miss Rafterty, Peigce; Miss-G. Wright, Pierrot: Mrs. Hiliman, ifurse; Miss M.. Darmody, Commonwealth; Mrs Voight, Wa...

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"Killarney." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

"Killantey. The announcement of the Irish comedy, drama "Killarney", will be 'j56£»iv?d:: with pleasure, not only by the Irish people, but every true lover of rollicking good comedy. There is nothing: like a cleverly written playr especially when it caters for mirth, melody and pathetic incid ents. "Killarney" is just such a play, because it is bright and with plenty of "go" in it. The scenery and effects are a special feature in themselves and the dresses of the period, costing over £700, have been especially made, being entirely new and causing com ment in cities, even where such are of everyday {or night) appear anoe. The scenes are taken from a period of the eighteenth century and the picturesque, costumes are faithfully reproduced in all their lavish wealth of ornate detail. The story deals with the career of a young Irishman, Larry Dywer, in his lovequest of Lady May Tyrell. The evil, of the drama is centred around Capt. Marchmont and the Lady Caroline, who en deavour to keep ...

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CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

CARRIETON DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting held on Monday. November 3. Present: Crs. Williams (chair), Messrs. Mclnerney, and Chal mers. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence - Commissioner of Audit in reference to Main Road Vouchers. From Local Government Dept., re assessment forms. From Dept. Lands and Survey and Elder Smith 8c Co., quoting price -for wire netting; also re netting on Oladdie Station. From District Council of Coglin asking Council to protest against Federal Government fixing prices or placing any embargo on the sale of rabbit skins. From Peace Loan Committee congratulating dis trict on having doubled their loan quota. From Messrs. Anderson ana Walton s:;prcresting that balance from fancy dress ball be used towards a fund for building a supper. room nn to hali. From F. Vater, applying for slaughtering licence, Hd. Yamman; granted. From T. E. Shephard apply ing- for permission to construct tank of dam on 3 chain road to Hammond. Cr. Mclnerne...

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FEDERALS V. BUFFALOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

FEDERALS V. BUFFALOES. Bitis won the toss, and sent the Buffs to bat. Adams and Manthorpe opening to Tonkin and Dodd. Man thorpe was bowled by Dodd, 1-1-5, and Coffin joined Adams; the part nership -was the best - for the side, as the -score was taken to 41 before Co&n was caught off Sharley, 2-21-41. Adams hit a record sixer off Dodd, sending the ball right over the shed out of -the ground; he was finally caught and bowled by Dodd for 26, Budden had not the heart - to score ?against the - Federals, and left *early, and Murphy and Hill were the only other, men to score double figures. The new blood in the^team could do nothing with Dodd, and the whole side was out for 89. Dodd took 5 for 36, Sharley, 3 for 8; Ghinner, l for 14; and Jamieson. 1 for 0; and ts.ere was one . bye. Leicester and Sharley opened for the Federals, and the former left -when 3. This young player will soon have' to. cry his little wager off, or put off the day for a few months, jamieson joined- Sharley,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

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"THE FRIVOLITIES." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

"THE FRIVOLITIES.' A re-appearance is announced else where In our columns of that popular company of entertainers, "The Frivo lities." The proceeds- of this concert are to be. handed to the Peterborough Repatriation Fund, a very deserving cause.. The program to be presented on Monday; December 1, is a complete change from previous ones, and bids fair to rival them,in every way. The high standard of comedy previously set by this company will "be, maintain ed throughout. The show comprises music, mirth "and melody at .its. best. . and a speial feature will be the xevue, "Good-night. Nurse," which includes everything from- an unaccompanied male quartette to a pyjama. parade. A glance -at the long and varied pro gram is the test advertisement the "Frivolities" could wish for. The prices are 2/ and;xf, jnay-; be reserved at £. W; Bnu>dt*vat2/6,

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CRICKET CHATTER. Position of the Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

- CSICKfiT CHATTY, -Position of the Clubs. .. P. W. D. L. Pts. Federals , 5 4 l - 13 Yorigala .. .51 .3 l 6 \'Terbwie" . .. -t .1 2 l 5 Buffs ..... 4 - -" 4 - Matches were advanced another stage on Saturday last, in beautiful weather, when Terowie drew with Yongala, and the Buffs were easily ac j counted for by the Federals. I.ay cock continued his series of not x>uts, scoring over 70, and his ave rage is somewhere near 300. He has only been out once this season, and whilst he was distinctly unfortunate on that occasion^ yet he was missed a couple of balls earlier. Since then he has - defied the efforts <of all the bowlers, and appears likely to amass a stupendous average ere the sea son terminates. We were delighted to see the skip per of the Buffs at the local oval on Saturday last. He has been in "du rance vile" for some weeks, and his absence lias been a big- handicap to the Buffs. . An effotr is being made to arrange a match on the Adelaide Oval some Wednesday in ...

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'Memories' Chap, 39. A CROWDED DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

Written especially for "The P«t«r» kart Time«" -by S.-Majer B. A . Ckrln. Chap, _39. A CROWDED DAY. -We had travelled twenty-five miles-travelled fast too-leaving the column of "guns to come on steady. Noon found us outside an old farmhouse, much battered aboufrby the fire of the enemy, and as a residence not worth a franc, but the paved yard with its posts down the "cSntre and the rope still hanging low from post to post, showed us that it had been in use very recently as a horse line. "We watched the Colonel as he rode round the inner yard, and fully expected the order that he gave. Dis mount! We hitched our horses on, atter tightening up the rope, and watched' the Colonel and his orderly officer lay .hands on two cycles belonging probably to someone within. Wait here till I return! The order suited us after our gruelling ride, and we watched our officers ride off toward the firing line, only some 2,000 yards ahead where to ride a horse meant suicide. The officers out of sight we ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Dawson. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

DISTRICT NEWS. Dawson. On Friday, Nov. 7th, a strawberry fete, in aid of the Dawson Methodist Circuit Funds, was opened by Mrs. Curtis in the Dawson assembly hall. A. number of stalls were beautifully and artistically decorated by the various holders. There was a large gathering present, and the event easily eclipsed any thing of its kind held at Dawson. The evening was perfect, and brisk business was done, everything being disposed of. The stall holders were :-Strawberries and cream Mrs. S. Thyer, and Misses Thyer and Pugh; jumble-Mrs. E. W. Smart, Mrs. W. C. Peters, and Miss Ware; lollies, ice-cream, and cool drinks - Misses Johnson (2), and Soholz ; afternoon tea Mrs. Wilson and others. Miss J. Fuller was doorkeeper, and carried out her duties in an able manner. During the evening a voting competition for the best decorated stall, resulted in a win for the strawberry stall, of which Mrs. Ramsey was canvasse r A promenade concert was also given, items being rendered by Misses Thye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

OlCCEiat tiOTEl " - r ' JtEJSEEVEDl^iL'Ki ::4/i; (^Jtee).: ; The Brilliant Irish Players, beaded by PHILUP DELLCOURT, the Man with the Smile and the Voice, (directfroai Tivoli), in the sweeteststory ever told, All themale members of the Company have been on Active Service ALL NSW SCENERY ALL NEW DRESSES. PHILIIP DELLCOURT will sing " Wearing of the Green," "God Save >''./ Ireland," " Mother Machree," "Endearing Charms." FUU COMPANY OF 12 METROPOLITAN ARTISTS. PRICES-ft/, 3/, 2/ {Plan at Usual Plae»). Direction-GEO. G. HOLLAND. Special Notice. WE have now completed the open ing of our Xmas. Goods, ? which comprise a very Fine Range. You "are" cordially invited to pay a yisit.-tS our Emporium and inspect. Wfe have decided to again give a Special Discount of 5 per cent on all purchases (except periodicals, maga zines, and music) start ing--from No vember 19th, and extending up to Xmas- Eve. We have a Fine Range of XMAS. GIFTS FOR ALL AGES. Nice lot of OIL PAINTINGS, PICTURES, AND FR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 21 November 1919

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CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

CRICKEY CHATTEL Saturday's matches were again fa voured with delightful weather, arid resulted in Yongala beating the Buffs and the Federals the Terowies. There is only another match (Buffs v. Terowie) to end the second round. . Buffs had their skipper playing v. Yongala, and the strongest team on paper they have yet put out, but Yon gala had no difficulty in gaining three points. So far the Buffs have not .gained a point, but rumour hath it that they are after their first win next Saturday, when they play Terowie on the local showground. There is no question that their run of ill fortune will soon have to end. as the team is greatly strengthened with the inclusion of several ex Federals. The game at Terowie ended in a most exciting manner, and whilst the home team were a little late starting the match, every credit must be given them for the sportsman like manner in which their men padded up and played the game_ Roll up, sports, next Saturday, and - help the Buffs gather their firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

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Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

Presentations. At the Baptist Lecture Hall on Tuesday night, a farewell social was given to the pastor, the Rev. S. Bowering, on his removal to Orroroo, and a welcome was ex tended to the new minister, the Rev. De La Rue. The president of the-1 Baptist Union fMr. Alex Jamieson) presided over a large attendance. The president re marked that the Rev. S. Bowering had been the Baptist minister here for the last 5 years, and during that period he had carried out his duties faithfully and to the best of his ability, and had endeared himself to the members of the church. He wished the gue3t and his wife ana family every happiness in their new home. The Mayor fMr. S. D. Jones), on behalf of the'citizens, supported the president's re marks, stating that the name of Bowering was a household word with the Baptists. The Rev. S. Bowering had done his best to fulfil his mission as a citizen. He could always be relied on for an address at the welcome homes to the returned soldiers, and at every sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

DICCEB8 MOTEt " Kaiirney" Box Plan Now Open. ^ , ^RESERVED SEATS, 4/- {No Fee). ' The Brilliant Irish Players, Headed by PHILLIP DE4JLC0URT, the Man -with the Smile and the Voice, (direct froji Tivoli), in the sweetest story ever told, " K1 I. I. A R N E Y . " All the male members of the Company have been on Active Service . ALL NEW SCENERY . ALL NEW DRESSES. PHILLIP DELLCOURT will sing " Wearing of the Green," "God Save Ireland," " Mother Machree," " Endearing Charm's." FULL COMPANY OF 12 METROPOLITAN ARTISTS. PRICES-4/, 3/, 2/ (Plan at Usual Piacu). Direction-GEO. Q. HOLLAND. Federal Referendum! Rural Electors! Be Sure and Vote NO to Both Questions Submitted to You on 13th December. IF ELECTORS TRANSFER FURTHER POWERS FROM STATE TO FEDERAL PARLIAMENT IT MEANS MORE CENTRALIZATION and LESS SELF-GOVERNMENT. The LIBERAL PARTY is voting "NO" The LABOR PARTY is voting "NO." The FARMERS' PARTY is voting "NO." Vote N(5~and retain the right to manage your own affairs. The slogan for Decemb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

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