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DISTRICT NEWS. YONGALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

DISTRICT If;. ~t ' *ON6M,Ai4f 0a behalf d^& disband. Mr. ^VHliains |presented Mrs. (President) with ari address. Mrs. Hodby- suitably responded. The musical part of the programme was contributed by. Mrs. S. Cram, Miss G. "Mutton, and . Messrs; F. Laycock,'T. Anderson, and F. McNamara. The Brass Band rendered items outs'de the hall prior to the commencement of -the social. At the supper which followed the ladies were waited on by tjje returned soldiers. Miss G. Mut ton supplied the music fo'r the danre. On Wednesday evening a concert was given in the Institute Hal! by the school children. The weather was very hot, but the hall was crowded. Great credit is due to the head teach er (Mr. A» J. Keats), his assistant (Miss Lange), and Mrs. Keats, for the very great pains they took in in structing the children. The concert was adjudged to be the best of. its kind ever, held here. Mr. P. J. Kerin (Chairman District Council) moved a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Keats and Miss Lange...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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Boy Killed During Shunting. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

Boy Killed Daring Shunting. Port Augusta, Pec. 14.-A fatal accident occurred in the local railway yards on Saturday after noon, whereby the six-year-old son of Mr. Barney Hart,, railway guard of Quorn f formerly of Peterborough), lost his life. Dur ing shunting operations' the boy who, it was thought, was watch ing for his father to alight from the brakevan-was standing in the middle of another line, when an engine coming from an oppo site direction suddenly appeared. The train examiner (Mr. Pilton), who saw the danger, tried to rescue the boy, but was too late, as the watergin attached to the tender bumped the lad over, and the tender of the engine badly crushed him. The would - be rescuer received abrasions on the head and shoulder. The body of the boy was taken to Quorn for interment.

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R.S.A. CONFERENCE Peterborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

R.S.A. CONFERENCE Peterborough. " On Monday, December 8, the Pe terborough branch of the "Returned Soldiers' Association tendered a wel come to visiting delegates of the sub branch conference, which has been held in this town. It is the first year of the new organisation, and this was the first conference of the Burra Bur ra branches. Some 40 members of the Peterborough branch sat down to a fine banquet, and at their invitation sat a good representative body from various organisations and citizens, f hey were-The Mayor (S. D. Jones) presiding; Fathers' Association, Mt. MacNamara, Repatriation, Mr. Shakes; Rejected Volunteers' Associ ation, Messrs. A. James and R. Ay Jiffe; railways, Mr. Brimage, acting D.L. Superintendent, and Mr. Ran kin; citizens, &c., Mr. H. O. A. Ran kin. Delegates-Jamestown, Comrade Rose; Burra Burra, Comrade Brod rick; Terowie, Comrade Crispe; Saddleworth, Comrade Parker; Pe terborough, Comrade Critchley. The President, Comrade Critchley, opened by ask...

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THE PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

THE PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN. In the interests of the prohibition movement the Rev. F. Lade, M.A., of Adelaide, addressed meetings at Or roroo and Morchard on Sunday last, and at Wallowaj' Blocks and Orroroo on Monday and Tuesday nights. At Orroroo the meeting was fceld in the Institute, and Mrs. Bills presided. There were about 40 in the hall and about the same number assembled in the vestibule. The speaker grouped his remarks under three headings. Prohibition is (1) reasonable, (2) economical, (3) effective. He said that prohibition meant the cutting out of our national bill of fare the only article of diet that was admittedly in jurious. Alcohol which is the chief ingredient of the purest wines, beers, and brandies is a drug that is pro duced by the fermentation or decom position of sugary substances, and was never intended by the creator to >be poured into a healthy stomach. Like other drugs, it has its medicinal use. Prohibition is simply the extension to the realm of beverage o...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SUMMARY. Latest Official Figures. Senate. (Incomplete) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SUMMARY, Latest Official Figures. Senate. (Incomplete) Benny (N.) Grealy (L.) iNewiand (if.) O'Loghlin (L. Luniie (L.) Wilson (N.) Oraigio (I.) 47,638 30,103 26,010 16,699 12,947 10,813 7,865

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House of Representatives. (Incomplete.) ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

House sf Representative!!, (Incomplete.) ADELAIDE. Blundeli (N.) 10,105 . Yates (L.) 9,883 Informal 692 (Complete, except 700 absent votes.) ANGAS. Gabb (L.) 9,350 Glynn (N.) 9,107 {Complete, except 50 absent votes.) BARKER. Lmngston (N.) 11,593 Dayies (L.) 6,412 - Williams (I,) 1,494 BOOTHBY. Story (N.) 17,341 Whitford (L.) 8,540 Ulingworth (I.) 1,656 Infprmal 2,090 (Complete, except 1,800 absent votes.) GREY. Poynton (N.) 10,283 Gray (L.) 9,781 HINDMARSH. Mafein (L.) 16,706 Archibald (N.) 15,568 Informal 774 (Complete, except 1,700 absent votes.) WAKEFIELD. Foster (N.) 10,287 Stokes (L.) 7,692 Tuck (I.) 2,769 (Complete, except 1,600 absent votes.;

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CARRIETON LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

CARRIETON LOCAL COURT. Limited Jurisdiction.-Before W. T. Hinde, S.M. John Meers & Son, of Belton, sued Robert Clifford, of Bel ton, for seven.years' interest on a ver min fence in Hundred Eurilpa, to the value of £15 17/. F. P. Keats ap peared for plaintiff, and H. O. A. Ran kin for defendant. Evidence was given for both plaintiff and defendant. Plaintiff caused a certain amount of merriment, and afforded the Court an excellent illustration of a vermin fence, taken from vermin fences he had erected. Later, whilst being cross-examined by defendant's solici tor, he retorted, "Don't ask me those silly questions, me 'boy. I've done more fencing than ever you've seen. This caused much laughter. Mr. Ran kin then referred to section 209 of the Vermin Act of 1914, that the claim could not succeed, as this sec tion stated therein that a. claim could only succeed after the demand h. been made, and that such payment must 'be annually. Mr. Rankin's ob jection was upheld by the S.M., an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

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COPYRIGHT. [?] [?]OY. PART FOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

* lii the pis* 'St - Iy4u3- . ? ^ r <Sit ? S^oious that J ^j|||0RSflimjei or .-r> - itiell. I iave. whatstrange ? lieriitiier f^io^lierf ; s of-the romantic Cfamp-; M.fuBy. : lit to occupy the with that mar-: the ytmag-: man , Edrie's f|aountiiig upward s; almost' divine « c«4>, or do . so house, - now that ^ -aunj' lours in ; but she seems L':tB^a3 very Ifor her piivil^fes.arid afixi them,". Mrs. Campbell very gotwLof you, mother ._ Allow andassist iter -toxul-. *"HSi®ia remarked "' yremaxT' opposite S^SU-¥^?c* - - . /.^^t-Tdo not know-about -that,'1 she ^-^?Usd. her fsdr face clouding. "I be .-TJbto X,shoul«l fca doing a great and r^a§gT"wR>i® tOallow bar wonderful //gWr to lijdormaafc l have made -j0uai&.~ xauiti&es in any life for which, ~i=J- aJwuld^begJad to atone/* ehe con .jQ§£ji3&. Asking, while her delicate nostrils diluted into «cornful curves ; "and it T can assist this /poor girl too -position where «he ? can provide hrMjrfstt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

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Religious Services. CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

Religious Mrvlne. CATHOLIC. Sunday, December 21.-Holy Mass, ' 8 and 11, Peterborough; also 8.30 and 10.30, Yongala. Usual Evening De votions 7 at Peterborough. Christmas Day, December 25. Holy Mass 7.30, 8, and 11, at Peter borough; also 8, 8.30, and 10.30 Yon ' g#.la. Usual Evening Devotions 7, Peterborough. Suntlay, December 28-Holy Mass, 8 and.11, Peterborough; also 7 Oodla Wirra (Institute), and 10.30 Nackara. Usual Evening Devotions 7.' New Year's Day, January 1-Holy Mass 8 and 10, Peterborough; also 9.30 Yongala. . Sunday, January 4-Holy Mass, 8 and' 11, Peterborough; also _ 10.30 "Dawson. Usual Evening Devotions 7': Peterborough. 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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A CAREFUL IRISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

A' fi ARTITTTT, TPTSTTTUTA *r At the -close of a lecture on the care ofarma, the usual-questioni wege asked, "and tie first question"5 Was r-p|5 an .IriBlrm&il:. \ 4-«C. .. } '.£ e ' * Now, ;5^rivate ;-pasey/" ^^vWould 6e the firsi' thing-^»u'd' doSifeelianirig 'your rifle I" '-.'.V ' r. ;;"v "Shure, sorr, I'd lobk ber." . :%r'c "Look lat the .number of ybux:'rifle*i: What has the niimber to' d6 wt^^leafc" ing i^l" asked the ."I'm afraid you'vejiwftbeeh:jiisteniiig. to me, Casey^ : ' £=* - - "Well, sorf! T*a-tbokafc,;th"e num ber to.-snake, sure1 *twas -me"«3»wn rifle""T w-as - f f. ;; . ]

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HIS FORTUNE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

HIS TOBTUNE M ADE. Two young Irishmen in a" Canadian regiment w«re going into the trench.es for the -first time, and theircaptain proqiised them five shillings for " every tie#man; they killed. ' - "Pat lay down .to rest, while Mikfc performed the duty of ?watching. Pat; tad not lain long. when -he was a^rak-, ened by Mike 's sh&uting;-. "They're coming;!4. They're com--* iae!" . ? .- . :V "How maiiy are there I" ' / About' fifty "thousand.'' ' "Begorra!" shouts Pat, jumping up , iind grabbing his rifle, "our fortune's made!" '

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THE QUEEN'S BOUQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

THE QUEEN'S BOUQUET. A good story is going the rounds about Queen Mary. ! It appears.- that iter Majesty recently, sent a beautiful bouquet "-that had..been presented . to -"her .to. a certain soldiershospital. In or- J der to , sht)w their " appreciation the in mates commissioned one of their num ber to stand 'at the hospitaV^ate the following inorning hDldu^ithe gift when, the Queen passed. He Sid >so with rather unexpected, results. Qiieen Mary, seated in her - car,', saw the .'ol dier standing there, bouquet in har d, and assuming that he wished to.present it to her, she reached out andlj^rok .it.: After she !.a*h thanked himmari. xiar passed on. The soldier stoojl'^quite ti umbfounded;-then/ recovering ' his .speech, he. said:. "Well, I'm bl'owed! iShe's pjnehed 'em.'' -

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THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

.[HEIFT. ? The schoolmaster was giving .the'boys a.lecture on thnft, aaid pointed-oat. that even -animals -exercised that qosiity'j lii .sl aneing tow squirrels ? always stored -up? Jiute for the winter. " _:33ien he asked for another illustra tion jofe'thrift an animals, and one boy: |jciied out, "A. dog.' ' "AtadOjgf Xn what way -does a dog | 53raetiEe';econDmy ?'' , r«ylu?n vto runs after - his ? _tail 3h» m&kfes Iboth ends meet."

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SOME EMBROCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

SOME jBMBBOCATIOir,. ¥ank-"X: guess you -won't have iiea'rd' ot that - embrocation we have in America? You .just simply jcut olf a cow's tail, rub. the embrocation.- on the jstuinp, and ..you have another' tail on the cow in''a week's time." : Tommy--'*A.y, " that's nowt; yo' want, to see. the embrocation at the place ! came from. Yo '- simply cut a ;cOw 's off, etick a part of^it^ ^the iembroeation/ bottle^ and 'there 's &n- 'j other ^w grtin about four days' time." , ;

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UNANSWERABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

UNANSWERABLE. . Little ^Bruce was rathercgreedy, and very muck resented.' Ms little .: sister Elsa^ who was a year younger^ being helped first' to diiuier. At liagt one day he asked, his- mother: ''Mummy, why don't youhelp me before Elsa?" "Be cause ladies always «ome.first, dear," answered" ids mother. 'Well, then," he asked, after a* moment's thought, r" why., was I -born iJefote Elsal"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

and the New Christmas. N. the good old days, in the spacious days when the Christmas feast began, There was good clean air between house and house, good faith between man and man j To the lonely houses the men came home, and .the doors were strong and stout To shut a man and his friend-folk in, and to shut the foemen out. They came from the swirl of the Spanish sea, from the clash ot 'Picard spear, . To eat once more of the English beef, to drink~of the English beer : And the hate of the world lay light at their backs a= the touch o»* . the falling snow. And strong as ice were the bonds of blood ;n Lne days of long ago. The hall, was hung with holly and ;yew, fresh cut from the wood near by, -? . ^ The long mince pies were baked in the shape of the cradle where Christ did lie ; o. And knee to knee at the rough-hewn board sat the men who must fight and ronra, And the. meii who rimsT, tend the good home stock, and plough the good fields of home. PhV/Vdmnk their ale from the mazer bowl...

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CHRISTMAS RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 19 December 1919

Turkey Stuffed* On® Jb© jotmg turkeys let this - be bone<L and -stuff wltlj - th® . following stuffing:: ? Tate one yartntj of truffle? (£hese ss«ii^ $*«& ] WS SS30$®%^ jxs&, aanS afern | <£&«>$> sip,-: sofei leSafi. Uka® a! "Wfi3&£as&eBjpSi3l; <§£ Sfflgs&sSwffiSfe® a'rid JiaJ'f' Jieaud of rather fat cooked ham also minced up, season with a pipch ot mace, Cerebos salt, and pepper, mis together with two' beaten eggs, fill the turkey and prepare for roasting, and cook it with a piece of fat bacon laid over the brer.st, tied on under a sheet of white paper, baste with a little butter towards the last;. serve with a good gravy, bread-sauce, and garnish with sausages and parsley. This will be fotifid a very delicious mode of cooking a turkey, ttfe staffing being ancommon and rich. Jersey Goose* One large goose prepared for roasting, stuffed in the following way: Two "Spanish onions, two sour apples, a ...

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