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

Religious bervloes. Catholic.-Holy, ,' Mass, 8 and XI Peterborough. Usual Evening Ser vice, 7, Peterborough. Methodist=^l 1 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.

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

BIRTH. PINK.-^At Nurse Lawirie's Private hospital, Peterborough, on November 20, to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pink-a son (Arnold Arthur). ? ? i :

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

Retiring Councillors. . At Monday night's meeting of the town council, the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones) took the opportunity, as it was the last time that the old Council would meet, to say fare well to three Councillors who were not seeking re-election, viz., Councillors J. W. Bowering, Alex Jamieson, and A. E. Lock. The Mayor remarked that Cf. Bower ing had been a resident of the town for 32 years, 27 of which he had spent in the Council, and for three years occupied the Mayoral Chair; he had served in various capacities, and rendered yeojnan service to the town; Cr. Bowering was about to take up his residence in the city. Cr. Jamjeson had been a councillor for 20 years, and Mayor for 3 years, and he, also, had served the citizens faith fully ; Cr. Jamieson was leaving the Council on account of his appointment as President of the Baptist Union, which necessitated his presence in the city. Cr. Lock had been a Councillor for 6 years, and for two years had been chair man of the public wor...

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

THE MEANEST FIjOWER. A minister mi^t be yery careful in choosing his wordsljf-he is Co give .. no ioffence tip - any;:of-.his flock. " la' a. 5. certjafit; ji^ggi^ation Uiere ?" was a dear joW' Ja^ly. "who loved flow > crs and who liad :-a -beautiful garden. Each Sunday it was her bouquet that adorned tlie pulpit. She was .especially /pnd;of , sweet Jpieas, and she once, brought tham tor . several Sundays'' Suddenly . ©th&r flowers appeared; -The -minffttgr; noticed the ? change, -juatiVafter the service asked the bld^iadj^ why'she brgughit jab ?" She smiled saidly 'anil', ,]aSBwered, UXoa jdon't dike-them.I^tSunday and said, 'God loveseven; the tt^Wir e^-flower-ihat ^wows.-* '.*? v.;

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MR. POYNTON AT ORROROO. The Gratuity. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

POYNTON AT ORROROO. The Gratuity. With a view to securing somettung definite re the gratuity, we approached Mr. Poynton on Thursday in the mat ter. Mr. Poynton opened up his pocket book and extracted a telegraph form and handed it to roe with the remark: "I see you are a digger. I received this wire from the Prime Minister yester day. I'll leave it with you." We publish the wire in full: "Following are the main features and latest details of war gratuity Scheme in cluding results up to date of the nego tiations by Treasurer with banks and employers of which I spoke in Adelaide .when I said I was trying to arrange for banks and such employers as were willing to do so, to cash soldiers' grtu ity eighteenpence a day flat rate, from date of embarkation to June 28. 1919. This covers all A.I.F. men, Naval men, Imperial Reservists, Doctors, and Nur ses. One shilling a day from enlist ment to discharge for men who did not leave Australia, limited to six months except in special cases. Bonds...

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

SANDER ft SONS' EUCALYPTI SXTRACT. ;Tiw BBtqadM rtatdf; far colds, iafutsu, cheat complaint*, neuralgia Indigestion. rfctBHytmn. Stndir1! E» tract, tiu sure protection from all »» fectiona, fever, diphtheria, meninjiti* Sander** Extract, the great healer of wonidi, Imrna, akxrs, apraina, akin diaeasea. Sander'* Extract. prored at So|»«ific Catirt ofe lQctbria to contain antiseptic and healing aubitancea not jaawieiat; in other encalyptaa ptcpiri tiona, heHte its superior and unique curative power. Sander1* Extract, the only eucalyptus product prepared ex " from the learesand refined li procMf, is freefrom die; ir- - op andfceart-depretsing effect of iWj&fambh encalyptus and the so Atia i> aafe for inter ad external iiie. Insist on the T»rfjrr Jtote»ct,' «nd derive tlpt>^^«lial>Ulty - SKIN IRRITATION. Keeps Thousands Awake. Makes Life aMisery. Ever have any irritation of the skin? There are many forms of it. Piles, obstinate to cure. Eczema, just as bad and * just as...

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(COPYRIGHT.) EDRIE'S LEGACY. CHAPTER I. A NAMELESS WAIF. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

0CK)0<HXMj0<>0<KK)d<KfS666^ [0 0 <» oooooooooooooooooooooo By Mrs. Georgie Shddon, Author of .'That -Dowdy of a Girl,"- &c. &c. CHAPTER I. A NAMEIoESS WAIF, One bright morning In May, two elegantly-dressed ladies were passing thi-ough a cross street leading irom Tremont to Washington, in tEe city of Boston, Massachusetts, when Jthe attention of both was suddenly ar rested by a shrill cry of fear and pain behind them. "What can be the matter, mamma?" asked the younger, of the two ladies, as she turned to see what bad caused the disturbance. ""Oh 1" she added, in a tone of indignation, "see that wretchcd creature beating that .-ittle gil And Helena Sturtevant, the beau tiful society belle, darted from her mother's side, - crossing the street with a quick, springing step, and, a minute later, confronted the irate hag who was raining heavy blows iipon the head and shoulders of a young-, slightly-built girl, of per...

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MR. E. J. CRAIGIE AT PETERBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

MR E. J.'CRAIGIE AT PETERBOROUGH. A very large gathering assembled :o listen to Mr. E. J. Craigie, the in dependent democratic candidate for the Senate, address the electors on the reserve, Ma'n Street, Peterbor ough, on Friday night. He spoke for nearly three hours, and had a splen did hearing. He was, he stated, con testing the' Senate election as a Free Trade Democratic candidate. There was general dissatisfaction with ex isting political parties, as neither had a practical policy to meet, the ab normal conditions arising out of the war. Industrial unrest was rampant, complaints about the high cost of liv ing were to be heard on every hand, and although politicians profess to be out to deal with the "profiteers." an examination of their policies show that they were advocating special pri vileges which would more firmly en trench those profiteers, and give them a greater power for exploitation. Dur ing the past twenty years the wealth producers had been fed on platitudes and catch...

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

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919. S. Peter's Church.-On Sunday next the services will be as follows: 8, Holy Communioirf 11, Matins; 7, Evensong. ; S. Leonard's, Yongala.-11, Holy Communion. Saturday, S. Andrew's Eve, 7.30 p.m., Intercessions for Mis sions. Mjr. (Dr.) C. Lowther Clarke has returned to the town after an ab sence of four years at the war, and was welcomed by the Mayor. The doctor will commence the practice of his -profession again next week ; the. townspeople are delighted that he has decided to remain here. 300 yards 36 inch Pure White Calico, no dressing, slightly stained with sea water, 1/10 for 1/6, at Dobbie's to-day. New Wheat.-The first load new wheat was received at Both & Co.'s, Peterborough, on Friday last, being delivered by Shebella Bros. The sample was tip-top, of Federation variety, and scaled £>4| lbs. to the bushel. There were 60 bags in the load. Croquet Club.;- On Saturday afternoon the members of the Croquet Club met at their grounds to say fare...

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The "Frivolities." MONDAY NIGHT NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

The "Frivolities." MONDAY NIGHT NEXT. On Monday next, in the Town Hali.. the " Frivolities " re-appear in a complete change of program. Amongst the special features of the show are the mUBical revue, "Good Night, Nurse," a burlesque of a boxing tournament, a Chinese scena, &c. The revue, "Good Night, Nurse," includes some excellent songs and funny situations. The plot, after the manner of revue plots, is mostly conspicuous by its absence, but it serves splendidly to intro duce the company as the various charac ters staying at the hotel. The plot cen tres round three tourists who accept situations in the hotel in the hope of meeting three young ladies whom they rather fancy. The presence of the young ladies* mother-a very severe individual -in no way lessens their efforts though. The boxing tournament burlesque is also very funny, and the gentlemen of the company, as various types of boxers, should "bring down the house." The Chinese scena and the Jazz band art also worthy of...

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THE MAYORALTY. Election Day, Saturday, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

THE MAYORALTY. Election Day, Saturday, December 6. (Contributed by an admirer) Mr. Samuel D. Jones, the retiring Mayor, is again, at the request of a large number of ratepayers, seeking re election as Mayor, after holding the position for 2 years. Mr. Jones has - been a resident of" the town for 30 years, during which time he was a Coun cillor for West Ward for 12 years, an Auditor for 8 years, and Mayor for 2 years, and never once was he defeated at an election. During his occupancy of of the office of Mayor, he, with the Mayoress, has had the most anxious and trying time in the history of the town. During the first 12 months the war was in progress, and that was very anxious for him, and also the citizens; during the last 12 months the Armistice was signed and Peace declared, and it is needless to remind the ratepayers of the way the Mayor and Mayoress conduc ted the affairs of the town. During the last 12 months, both of them have at tended over 300 meetings in connec tion with t...

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CAUSE OF HIGH PRICES. QUESTION OF THE WORLD'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

CAUSE OF HIGH PRICES, QUESTION OF THE WORLD'S MARKET. One of the commonest and most ten acious of economic fallacies is the assumption that the .merchant and the retailer fix prices at their own ivveet will. The inter-State Commission, was able to discover very few cases of commercial combines vxing prices above the market price, and even these did not touch the commodities of gene ral consumption. Moreover, the great majority of articles used by the aver age family have a world-market, as well as an Australian market Their prices are therefore regulated by world conditions, not by the state of the Australian market alone. This is true both of the imports and the ex ports of the Commonwealth. We do not import anything that is not also sold to other countries. We do not export any Australian product that we do not also use ourselves. Thus, the scale of prices ruling in the Common wealth is determined by a mixture or Australian and world conditions. For example, the fact that our food...

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THE IRISH COMEDY DRAMA KILLARNEY. A Dramatic Treat. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

THE IRISH COMEDY DRAMA KILLARNEY. A Dramatic Treat. Playgoers are reminded that the highly popular Irish players are paying . a visit to the north next week under special engagement, and our town has, fortunately, been included in the tour. Apart from the very high merit of the entertainment, such enterprise de serves the most heartiest support, and crowded houses are sure to be the order of the tour. The announcement of the Irish com dy drama "Killarney" has been received with pleasure, not only by the Irish people, but every true lover of rollicking good comedy. There is nothing like a cleverly written play, especially when it caters for mirth, melody, and pathetic incidents. "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 them selves, and the dresses of the period, costing over £?QQ, have been especially made, being entirely new and causing comment in cities, even where such are of every-day (or...

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

FEDERALS V. TEROWIE. Pascoe won the toss, and sent the Federals in, Sharley and Ferry open- , ing to the bowling of Roach and A. Collins. This was the first match since the pitch had been renovated, and the Terowie Club are now to be con gratulated on the possession of a very fine wicket. Sharley had a fortunate career, giving several chances, but no one could hold him, and Roach fin ally settled matters by rattling the timber; 1-10-26. Dodd followed: and opened carefully, but after some nice shots, lost his middle stamp to a clinker from K, Collins, wh° had succeeded Roach; 2-14-54. Burchell rapidly ran 'up 24 (4 fours), and was then well caught in the outfield; 3 24-85. Ferry had done his best to get out on numerous occasions, but all his chances were rejected, and he Continued quietly to augment his tolly. The fielding and catching of the Te rowie team were "disgraceless, there is no other word to define them, and they have themselves largely to thank for the leather-hunting that...

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

DISTRICT NEWS. are Correspondents = te their nr.^3"16 DOt t0 tod"de ifae to Vi!? , ^ Jitter relat :rJ f ^ election campaign ter S,t,ellCti0?S- AK S^T mft t r must be written separately arid heavyrfinS1?ne-d Publication. A neavy fine is imposed for articles appearing without a signal BOOLEROO CENTRE dop« oT \ chllhug effect on the open a farcicrr!w£T7i?ter iD Novel*b«Ls but such VJvfl h of.mcoJLeruity about it, the tbSt^will b^wfi! Tan,kS t0, satifify in its K" f' bf,weli, replenished, but 2&2rs& 'sfc <° S °-sgL,^ '.?£'E'srs icsr'jS~r£g"?"s»'^»" «;SH»Tr°r' 3pH553E# So many people seem to be onf in *u j«,"T66 CARRIETON. appeared, only T'few n^d" cts^s ffersedB0djrff ^rwr^ Spar »;nt S^t S piacivr^ *^h?u .take doubt that the influenza andThe duT tO&thfe tarl"001 f°r- a ^ to rne yearly examination, will hP - Bre^\ drawback- both for the teacher and kiddies. Our iocal Lie? who has been engaged strenuously durin° the last six months, has decided to have a...

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WHY ELECTORS SHOULD VOTE "NO" ON DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 28 November 1919

WHY ELECTORS SHOULD VOTE "NO" ON DECEMBER 13. Attention is called to an advertise ment in -this issue advising electors to vote "No" to bo questions to be submitted on Federal election day. The Federal Government is asking for more powers to be transferred from the States to the Commonwealth. The people refused a similar request when made in 1911 and 1913, and the reasons which induced them to vote "No" on those occasions exist to-day. The. Federal Government is asking for full powers over trade and com merce to the extent of-interfering with the smallest detail of internal trade, licences, etc. It wants to control" all industrial matters, and deal with ever industrial dispute, notwithstanding the blunders made by the,Federal Govern ment over the coal strike of 1917 and again in 1919-resulting in an increase of 5/9 per ton in the cost, and their bad management of the shipping strike. The Federal Government also asks for a free hand for wholesale na tionalization, viz., "In relation ...

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EVERYONE SHOULD VOTE. Absent Voting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

EVERYONE SHOULD^ VOTE. --Absent Voting: trery divis-on or .electorate is divided into subdivisions, 2nd it is only in the parti cular . subdivisions for which he. or she is enroled that an elector may vote as an ordi nary voter, that is, may, by simply identify ing himself or herself, obtain a ballot paper and record a vote. Outside that subdivi sion, but within the State, the absent voting pro\ri«ions of the law operate, and any elec tor who is not able to vote in his own sub division may obtain ballot papers by malt ing a simple declaration to that effect. This declaration affirms that the person making it has not been and wJH not be during that day (December 13) within the subdivision for which he or she is enrolled under condi tions --which would pem»it him or her to vote at any polling place within, that subdivision* that he or she has not previously voted at any other polling plcce or by post, and that he or she wi?l not attempt to vote again at any other booth if permitted to...

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Farewells to Mr. Hoile. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

Farewell* to Mr. Hoile. At the Parish Hall, on Thurs day night, last week, a number of intimate friends met to say farewell to Mr. E. Hoile, one of the leading business men, prior to his departure to reside in the city. The Mayor (Mr. S. D. JonesV presided and in his re marks, stated that Mr. Hoile had been in business as -a chemist in the town for 30 years, and dur ing all that period he had been the only one in business in that line; his business ability, integ^ rity, and honesty for straight dealing, was well known through out the town and district, and to towns as far away as Oodnadatta and Cockhurn. He (the Mayor) desired to extend a public fare well to Mr. Hoile. but he grace fully declined, although he deepy appreciated the feelings of the citizens; Mr. Hoile had been a member of tile town council for years; during the war, he was always foremost with his help financially, and that always a good cheque; two of hiu sons had served in the war, and both had returned ; his daught...

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"NAURU." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

"NAURU." ; The name-Nauru-is one that h.is not_ so far become famous id Aus tralia, and we doubt if there are too many of our -men about town who really understand the importance that attaches to the _.name. Mr. P. E. Deane, ^ who wais Secretary to " the Australian Delegation at the Peace Conference, and Assistant Secretary to the Imperial Wartabinet and Bri tish Delegation in Paris, recently in one'of his works speaks in eulogistic ?terms 'of the Prime Minister's good work in connection with Nauru. Nau ru was in pre-war days, the richest German possession-in the Pacific, and to-day we are partners in the island "with Great Britain and New Zealand. - When Mr. Hughes put up his great fight for the islands in the Southern Pacific, he settled the main question of the disposition of the island so far as the British Empire was concerned but it only made the case more diffi cult, for Great Britain had leased it to a British Company. In the opening stages of the fight the Peace Conference ...

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"The Frivolities." A CROWDED HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

'The Frivolities." .A CROWDED HOUSE A pack eel house, and many turned away, greeted the second appearance of " The Frivolities" on Monday night, when they donated the proceeds to the local repatriation funds. Great pre parations had been made for the evening and the arrangements reflected the greatest credit upun the management. '1 he progamme provided was a lengthy and varied one, and.gave ample scope for thei' talent of the company. The Black and White Orchestra submitted " The Bing B >ys" as an overture, and the curtain rose to the opening chorus " Frivolities Gay" by the full company. A humorous trio, "Peterborough isms," by Messrs. Bradley, Shields, and Ham, was a tre mendous success, the many local hits being greatiy appreciated. A novelty item, " Chasing Rain bows," by Miss Alice Nelson and Coy., was very pretty and fairly caught the audience; the per formers each threw a red white and blue streamer to a friend, and these were held throughout the chorus, proving very effec...

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