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ST. ANACLETUS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

ST. ANACLETUS FOOTBALL CLUB. The St. Anacletus Football Club held their first annual smoke social at Leonard's Peter borough Bote! last Saturday night. The Mayor (Mr.,S. D. Jones) presided over a large attendance, and in opening the proceedings proposed the toast **The King," and the Na tional Anthem was sung. _ - Mr. L. J. Giuyas proposed the toast The St. Anacletus Football Club." The congra tulated the Saints oh the record they achieved by winning eight out of the eleven association games played, and said that praise was mostly due to the Saints for the- high standard of, football displayed at the end of the season, on account of the. -easy victories they -had* had. over the other teams in the first round, which' then stirred the other teams to greater activity in "the training -field, with a result that the standard of football witnessed in the premiership matches was, he believed, as high as ever displayed in Peterborough. Mr. Jas. Graves, in responding, said the Saints, had ha...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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"Far North"—And Beyond. No.3. OUR BLACK BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

' (By a Special Correspondent) - - - ' *No.|i._ i'Jl, ' " .t ^SSL .- V".»Vj VL ??K.&rW.Y-d': the greater portion of their fathers', had been spent in the far north and in the Territorj'. Knowing the intimate knowledge these men possess of the aborigines, I wanted them to talk con cerning the proposal to establish a re serve in the Musgrave and Everard Ranges in accordance with the deputa tionists* views recently presented to the Government. All showed peculiar aversion from the subject. My sur prise at this I openly expressed. "We are weary of the subject," re marked one of the party. "Further more, our views are neither sought nor valued by the Government, who ap parently place more reliance upon the \riews of theorists who have not spent as many months in these areas as we have spent years." This was a start, and I was hopeful of other views. "But," I queried, "would it not be a kindness to give this unfortunate race some little con sideration in this direction in return f...

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United Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

United Fo*tblil dub. .. The first annual social of the ^UniptlF^ evening /last, when Mr. JI^ B. \p: Birth presided over a_ large and ' enthusiastic gathering .of United players and members. Repre sentatives from theRambler: and St! Anacletue Football Clubs were also present. A long listof toasts were disposed of, punc tuated by singing and musical items, Messrs. Grluyas, Shields, ? Bradley, - Reynolds, Jones and . Madsen very, ably entertaining - those present. Mr. H. P. Tonkin caused a great deal of merriment by reciting a ditty composed l)y MT. Potter on . the . occasion of the United Football Club dance earlier in the season, entitled " The United Ball." In propos ing the toast of the - " United 1 ootf.all Club," Mr. Tonkin spohe on the matter of football next season, and he said that every thing pointed to the three old teams being formed again, but he hoped that whichever way it was arranged that the same sporting s irit vcould prevail as had done this past season. Messrs. Adam...

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COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

COGLIN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monthly meeting at Perm, Novem ber 15. Present-All. Minutes of previous meeting- read and confirmed. Correspondence received. -- From secretary Local Government Depart ment, advising tliat it will be- neces sary for Council to open deviation-on mair. road, Dawson to Oodla Wirra, in terms of the Roads Act, 18S4, be fore spending any money on same. From same re proffered loan by Com monwealth Government for the em ployment of returned soldiers. From same, advising that gun licences can only be obtained at police stations and from the Chief Inspector of Fisheries. From the ho:i. secretary of Soldiers* Memorial Hospital Committee, Peter borough, re Council helping to pro vide maintenance for same.-Received. Resolved that when 1be proposed hos pital becomes a. going concern this Council will consider what steps will be taken for helping towards main tenance. From a ratepayer, Gum bowie, reporting that cattle were tres passing on die Lancelot Cemetery. The matter ...

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

MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance -Company, Ltd. A pun); f|U»tt|tean Company/ authorised : capful, **,000,000.r ~£vm- description of Proptrhr, u cluding HAYSTACKS and GRbW J[NG CROPS, insured «t Lowest Ifeirent Rate*. DAMAGE BY LIGHTNl N G co-sfcred Without Extra Premium. Employers protected .against their liability for accident* ite tick workmen. Lowttt Rates. Perfect security. Prompt Settlement*. 5JL Branch-Grenfell Street. W. A. HUGHES, Manager Ascot at Peterborough R. HEITHERSAY. , JsSSiHKi_TOl#E. IlpARMERS are. recommended to secure their Supplies for' Nest I Harvest as early as possible and thus ;*void last season's shortage. Write j .at once lor quotations for Binder and i Sewing Twines. H. }. PENNO ft CO., LTD., DARLING BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. £. ft W. Hackett, LIMITED. THE LEADING SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, * FLORISTS. Quality Flower Seedi and Stilbe, Specially Selected Vegetable ^Secds; Cat Flowers, Wreaths, Posies, Bowuttf, etc.: Best Agricultural Seeds, Fodder Grasses. Splendid Nur. ....

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

Religious Mrvioes. Catholic-Holy Mase, Lancelot 8.30, Peterborough 11. Usual Evening Devo tions 7 Peterborough. Methodist-ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. A. H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m. -Prea cher-Rey. H. A. De La Rue.

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

Political ud fidipou Market. SJfcfr SHEEP Store 3900 ?|»: . ^Rrt* CATTLE Store 7« * FI^jSTBIPPERS A SUNDRIES.: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, at 12.30 p.m. t ^:V trill offer by auction, as above: !>-. - ftM .Prima -and .Weighty Kwes, early SP^vyjhand shorn and carrying exception ally good pelts; to be «old in lots to 5* S suit purchasers.^" Prime anif Weighty Wethers k 50 Fat Ewes - ^riv 46 FatsLambe . x 3M> FatLambs . ;fl|r<pM&®tfJ5wsa' I'piz-- X80 2 & 3-yr. Ewes, pure Analby blood, v-%4'and dioni f|ggiOQP - Ewes, well grown, and in fat -:'?St&S00 "X.ambs, mired sexes ' .350 Mixed Sheep - '3 Prime Steers 1 Prime Cow 1 PrimeCow 11 Fat Steers and Heifers lOFat Cattle ~ 4Fat Steers, 4 years - 40 Mixed Cattle, including Fats 30'Pigs 1 Stripper, in good order 1 Stripper, nearly new TEtMS. ? CmIi. In one and a half »?» rt. dinnimt «n pnrchues of £80 or am, ~ mMi(«Hii'-MB»'te (nsni at Old aaeatha. ^ORTHER ENTRIES INVITED. * FEDERAL ELECTIONS. VOTE FOR THE ...

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ARE YOU RUN DOWN? Awaken to the Danger and Aid the Weakened Kidneys. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

ARE YOU RUN DOWN? Awaken to the Danger and Aid the Weakened Kidneys. Kidney "sickness often runs you down to, the verge of collapse before yon know the cause. When you £eem unable to pin your mind to any task, your back aches,' and you can not do an ordinary day's work, it is time to "ask yourself this question: "Are my kidneys working right?"' The answer may be gasily found. Weak kidneys slacken their filtering work, and'the': uric acid circulates with the blood, in many cases attacking brain, nerves, muscles, and vital or gans. Don't wait for the serious trouble; begin using Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills when you fepl the first backache^orfirst, notice urinary disorders. This remedy,' has given *ew life and strength to thousands.' -1&ead'this case:- - Mrs. A. E. Carruthers, Glogeau Street, Petersburg, says:--."For some 'j time I suffered -With a constant aching :, pain in ;jny. b£cl£,which made every'" movement -^d ' I could ^carc^yVxet about to do my work. - |rort my suf ...

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

FRAGILE FASHION. O woman! why in fashion's name Exhibit bo,mueh t.o our gaze ? As Eve av.'oko to moral shame You now return to naked ways. The mysterv of what may be. In hidden-charms beauty conceals. You would display so publicly, imaginations blood congeals. Perhaps you think your tenderness Needs little to protect it here, You chose that through your fragile dre=s Nature's attractions should appear. It may be wise or otherwise, Opinious difier, t>ut we know That common things soon dull the eyes, Lose all their charms, more common grow. The world, the flesh, and Satan's lure, Temptations in a vale of life, All mental visions soon obscure To revel in a mundane strife, -Augh

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The Times Friday, December 5th., 1919. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5tb., 1919. Local and General News St. Peter's Church.--The services next Sunday, will be:-8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Sung Eucharist; 7 p.m., Evensong. Yongala, *3 p.m. A.B.N.-On Thursday evening next, Miss Henderson will lecture in the Parish Hall in connection with the A.B.M. Miss Henderson will go to Orroroo on "Friday next to lecture to the Women's Auxiliary there. Wilkins who is flying to Aus tralia in a Kangaroo plane, is a cousin of Mr. Jno. McDougall. of Orroroo. This airman has been mixed up in Polar explorations and wars without end, and if his usual luck holds should do some thing good in performances. Booleroo Centre sportsmen meet to-night to arrange a picnic race -meeting in January ip aid of .the presbytery building fund. The last jneeting netted £60 for the fund. Strange how the aftermath of war finds the progressive spirit breaking out in all sorts of places. The few domestic flies that adorn the outer windows of the Black Rock butchering es t...

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CHAPTER III. DANIEL CAMPBELL'S RECEPTION OF EDRIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

CHAPTER M. DANIEL CAMPBEIJL'S RECEP TION OF EDRTE. -Daniel Campbell was in New York upon business when his wife brought Edrie Brown into her home to act as waiting-maid to herself and Hel ena. He was detained there more than a week longer than he ^ .stnucipated when he went away, and as letters seldom passed between himself and his family, he knew nothing- about this addition to his household until his return. It was a sultry day when he reach-, ed Hollyhurst. The thermometer re gistered ninety in. the shade, which was unusual at that season of the year. Mr. Campbell had sent no word s'ating when he should arrive, con sequently no one was at the station to meet him, and he had been o>ligv>d to walk ovnr to Hollyhurst in tfci glare and h?at of the sun, v.Ir'H tho. road was li!'e ashes be 2:0a!ii his frv<.. 1 '.? was w .*v\v .and uncomfortable 11 h - ri a h >fl his OTrn cioor, while 1 nf sadness, ieven gloom, = 1 1 ri ov.-r b'rn as he saw no wel convne far.? lookin...

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

~r*-- ^ ' \ 1 1 - %? J '? t-:%' .. ??"-.-.i - ' «? . COMMOVWEALTH : of AUSTRALIA. ' ". - -? "\T«nCE . OF. BEFEHEVDUHS FOE THE SUBM3SSIOC TO THE ' EU3CTOBS- Of CEHTAJN PROPOSED tAWS FOR TH£ ALTERATION OF THE OONSTITDTIOX. - .1 . hereby'jjive notice that I have received Copies of Write, issued by His ExceUeacy ttie : Coventor-General,, in -the nauie of iihe King, addressed to tbe Chief Electoral Officer lor theCotnmoawealih and tfh-e Common wealth Electoral' Officers for tive several Stales com manding -Hko and. -them to cause £ae PROPOSED LAWS FOR THE ALTERATION OF THE COXSriTCTIOi, entideii: :<X*\STlTUTjOX ALTERATION (tEGJSLATlVE POWERS). 1319. COXSmUTlON ALTERATIOS flSATIOS AUZATtOX QF MOXOtPOLIBS), 1919. . ' to be SUBMITTED, according to Li'w ill each SU:te, to the ELECTORS QDA'LltTEt) TO VOTE for the Election of. Merolbers .of the Hout^e or Representatives, and appointing foiiowiiigdotes for Hie parpoiee -of tire, said etibniKBion: f L For taking tie Votes of the Elect...

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EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART TWO—CHAPTER II. WHY SADIE STURTEVANT BECAME MRS. CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

be -Can^beil^ldndly S^aSfjiHeno^r^v^toi home^-ali^HoUy: lrqmytlfexp^efouis; IjE&riipBjg^ ^f^*»-;: ^was:. ^a^5tpok:;;jB^^5^%ia;;^-. jjgg ' ----? ajdiiTOtist ^tove «ome"_name n^Ssoand mo»B civilised/.*. - the , "and, since wie 'have :*of ascertaining:-; the! on^ iy : bdongs to yo«, suppose jse Brown. Edrle; «jid -call pi*Brown. ' ' WiU' -^Giat stilt ^j|p" fluShefl;' for d^T'iras rVwry 5^ about :he'r *iameless condi |i»at .^e,,smil^«i- &d^iipdaetf: a i^SaiiT^': wouia ^ave an- - fito.. anything-, wM<& ktiid ctress had proposed,; anii Eii rdwn she became, from that lljlMS had never been' inside am ' ga;:inansion :4E&e:^Cd - foot upon such -soft, moss i'sts, or seen siidi beautiful ;-' such furniture orWbcic--& ihar _it was like fsome dpeam. antment, and she )at .first about with- a careful tread aied "breath, scarcely daring to anything to assure herself.-of reality lestthe iUusionshould and she should awake to 'find - in tits gloomy' ba...

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

" Ki .larney." Those who were absent from tb "1 town bail -O i Tues i.iy night nviiSt: i a dramatic treat, seldom affor.ied the country. The pro prietor of the Olympic Pictures f' .ir G. iIoHa.tv>) very enterpris ingly undertook' the northern tour of this br;iliant company of Irish players and so our town was in cluded ari'i playgoers given an opportunity of witnessing one of the finest plays evtr written. The caste was a very strong one arui it is worthy of note that the whole of the male members are ex-soldiers and one of the ladies had done war work in Fiance during the great conflict. It wax, therefore, not surprising to find a bumper house awaiting the rise ""of the curtain, and they wers well repaid for their effort. With the exception of the close of the first act / which was rather sensa tional), "Kiilarney" is one of the sweetest stories ever written and was done full justic3 to by the ?talent, d artists. -\ lovable char acter was that of "Larry Dwyer," and 8dr. Phiiiip ...

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

SANDER 4 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. The unequalled remedy tor colds, HfSuenza, cfcest complaints, neuralgia indigestion, rheumatism. ^Sander's Ex tract, the sure protection from all in fections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis Sander's Extract, the great healer of wounds, burns, ulcers, sprains,- skin disease?.. Sander's Extract, proved at Supreme Court of Victoria to contain antiseptic and healing substances not present in other eucalyptus prepara tions, jience its superior and unique curative power. Sander's Extract, the onsy eucalyptus product prepared ex clusively from the leaves and refined by special process, is free from the ir ritating and heart-depressing effect of the common eucalyptus and the so called "extracts," and is safe for inter nal and external use. Insist or. the Genuine Sander Extract, and derive the benefit of quality and ren>bilitv 5e n.tn "inmt am * CHAS MOORE AND CO., of NEW ADELAIDE, Beg to notify the Public of Peterborough & Districts that their Rep...

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

EVERYONE SHOULD VOTE. -The Preferential System ? Tlie system of preferential voting lor both the House, of Representatives and die Senate is in operation for these elections. The new system, however, is really as .simple as the old fvstem, and there is no reason' why there should be any' increase In the number of in formal votes, cast if doctors will think a little before marking their papers. In an election for a House of Representatives* seat, the sew law provide that the order of preference shall be shown against each of the candidates standing. If there axe three candidates Brown, Jones, _ and Robinson-standing, and the elector "desires Brown to be returned, or, if not Brown, then Robinson sooner _ than 'Jones, he.would, under the old system, simply mark his ballot paper with a cross opposite BrownV ifafne. There was no way under that system by which he could indicate his prefer ence. for Robinson over Jones. Under the preferential system, however,' the elector's .: .order'-ef" ...

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

Indecent Assault. At the Magistrates* Court, Peterborough, OH Wednesbay, before the Mayor (Mr. S. D. Jones), Thomas Charles Daniels^ was chaiged with unlawfully and indecently assaulting Jessie Flavel, a widow, of Peterborough. Evidence was given by Mrs. Flavel, her daughter, and son, and M.C. Barringer. The case lasted for about five hours. From the evidence it was gleaned that theaccused went to Mrs. Flavel's house on Saturday afternoon and made enquiries re a person stay-" ing there ; he' was informed that the person wouid not be home till Sunday morning; he went away and came back again in the even ing about 8; he walked straight into the bouse and made over tuies to" Mrs. Flavel, which she resented; she ran out of the house, and he followed her; a man came along and Mrs. Flavel in formed him what was up: this man went towards Daniels, but he ran away. The accused made a sworn statement, denying any in tention of the act; he called no witnesses. The Mayor remarked that there was...

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YONGALA MARRIED v. YONGALA SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

YONGALA MARRIED YONGALA SINGLE. On Saturday last (November, 29), the YongaJa team, having a day off, bedded on -a practice match. The fol lowing^ were the scores:- . H- D^Jledge, c JF. Tarner, b. H. Gleeson .. .J .... .. 0 , : -.f. Rode, c. and b. jobiubni... .. 56 V.-C E. Wilson, b. Johnston .^:,, 0 f P. M. Frost, b^Jdhnston .. .. .. .. 0 P. Qeeson, C Bonaana, & H, (fflif ;ison .. . . .. 35.. A. J. Keats,:1», Graefe .. .. .. ... 11 H. Selby, c. F.-Turner, b. H. Glee- ^ son .. 1 .. .. :5 . "-V;; W. Ctain, -run -out .. .. 4 C. P-iWake, not out Q -. Sundries .. i;. ... .. .. y ' Total ; .. ^?'...-'231. Bowling-H. Johnston, 3 for 30; W. ; Bortnann, 1 for 22; H. -Gleeson. 3 for .j: -90; 15: ®nnier,0 for 32; P. Graefe, 1 ?? Sot ©;'G. Frost, 0 for 9. Johnston, b- Rode .. .. .? .....' 16 ; .. .... .. 0 fiodc .. 2 -s- - -liwSeiil ? Tliwila>). "I* - D . -Married.- " F. Laycock,. retired . . .. .. E. H. Neale, b. Bormann . .v.. 110 1

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NORTH-EASTERN ASSOCIATION. YONGALA V. BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

NORTH-EASTERN ASSOCIA TION. YONGALA V. BUFFALO. The above match was ©laved at Peter borough on November 22. Buffalo had first use of the wicket, and scored 118. H. Rankin, who had not been well for a few weeks, made his re-appearance, and made top score, i.e., 32. He was not in his best form, however, for he should have»been caujdit when he was 7 and also at 10. Buffs played several new men, and their team was greatly strengthened in consequence. Yongala's - wicket-feeaper showed fine form behind the' sticks, where he stumped two and caught two, and allowed only 3 byes. F. Laycock and H. Gleeson opened the Yongala' innings, and passed BufFs score with no wickets down. Laycock retired, when he was 54, so as some of the juniors in the Yongala team could have a chance. _H. Gleeson gave a fine display. of batting in making his 79. The following are the scores -Buffalo. W. Adams, b. Bock. " .» ....... 0 : H. Rankin, b. Laycock .. 32^ E. Mitchell, b. Laycock 4~~ C. Budden, stpd. C. Gleeso...

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Annual Ratepayers' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 December 1919

; The annual meeting -of * the ratepayers was held inthe town hall, on-Wednesday night. The -Mayor /Mr. . S. jD. Jones), pre elded over a lai-geattendanc.e, and his annual report stated that the rates collected amounted to £1,540 12/; the overdraft at ?he atari of the year - was £122 and now stood at £190, which was . caused mainly through the in fluenza epidemic in February last (costing- the Council £200), and the great flood the same month, which caused tremendous damage, and although the Go vernment voted £200 towards the expenses of restoring the roads etc., the council had to expend extra money; the council had 'assets valued at £4,80ft; public works had been carried out at a cost of £700; the main road was being retarred; the council had to purchase extra ground for the cemetery, and were fortunr te enough to get -possession of 2| acres adjoining the present site; the electric light scheme had shown a good profit for the year, and: was giving every satisfaction; the assets of...

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