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Religious Serbices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 7 October 1887
Spinas. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. CATHOLIC.-Petersburg : Holy Mass at 11 am, and Evening Service at 7 p.m. Holy Mass at Lancelot at 8 30 a.m. BlPriST.-Sunday School at 10 a m, Ser vice at 11 am. Preacher, Rev. C. F. Smith. Under the above heading we shall be pleased to insert religions DOtices referring to the ordinary Sunday services, free of charge such announcements to include preacher* name, time asd order of services. "Where jEurther details are given the notice will be taken as an advertisement and charged for accordingly. Such announcements must be forwarded to us weekly, not later than Thursday evening, as we cannot undertake to look up quarterly plans, etc.
Local Court, Terowie. (Before E. J. Edmunds.. Esq., S.M., and the followiag Jury: Messrs. E. F. Brady —Foreman, Thos. Allen, Edward Abbot, and Samel Alker.) KLOSS V. MALYCHA. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 7 October 1887
Local Court, Terowie. (Before E. J. Edmunds.. Esq., S.M., and the following Jury: Messrs. E. F. Brady -Foreman, Thos. Allen, Edward Abbot, and Samuel Alker.) KLOSS V. MALYCHA. This case, which was heard in the Terowie Local Court on Friday last, was to recover £400 damages for the abduction and seduction of the plaintiff's daughter by the defendant. Mr Fleming for the prosecution and Mr Copinger for the defence. Mr Fleming in opening the case said that the plaintiff was in a humble rank of life and in poor circumstances, whilst the defendant had considerable wealth and owned numerous houses in Petersburg and its vicinity. Early in December last the prosecutrix (Catherine Kloss) was sent for by the defendant to clean up one of his houses. She went, and whilst there he overcame her scruples and seduced her. He contrasted the age of defendant with the innocence of youth, accompanied by the natural scruples of this girl of 18. The defen dant promised her that if she bore a child she sho...
Petersburg Post and Telegraph Office, [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Petersburg JPost and Telegraph. Office, The Post and Telegraph Offices and Saving* Bank are open on week days from 9 am. to 8 p.m., except on Saturdays when they am closed at 6p.m.': ' - ! VJ" , Money orders 10 a:mL'to 5 p.m. Registered letters one hour befoB^- clotoag of mail for which they, are intended. The delivery window is closed daily upon arrival of and before despatch of mails, for sorting same. MAILS CLOSE as under. (Dispatched.) Adelaide and South, 12.28 a.m. and 8.38 p.m. Pt. Pirie, 6.5 a.m. and 2.23 p.ml daily. . > - Pt. Augusta, 2.23 p m. daily. Silverton, 2.23 p.m. daily. Teetulpa, 6.5 a.m. daily, Cavenagh and Dawson 2.45 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Parnaroo and Lancelot, 2.23 p.m. Tuesday! and Fridays. MAILS BECEITED, Adelaide andSouth,^6.19 ajn., 2.43 pjn; daily Pt Pirie 12.39 a.m., 8.58 p.m. daily. Pt. Augusta, 12.44 p m. daily. Silverton and Teetulpa 12,31 p.m. daily. Cavenagh and Dawson, 11.45 a.m. Tuesdays And Fridays Parnaroo and Lancelot, 12.31 p.m. Tuesdays...
PETERSBURG AND PORT AUGUSTA. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
PETERSBURG AND PORT AUGUSTA.. DOWff. a.m. p.m. PETERSBURG dep. 2 57 Black Rock ... ... " 3 42 Orroroo *' 4 18 Walio way ... .« 4 42 Eurelia ... ?**.-. 59 Carrieton " 5 48 Moockra ... " 6 12 Hammond ' " 6 42 Brace ... '. 7 12 Kiagswood ... ... « . 7 32 Q,uom ... *' 8 10 Port Augusta... arr. 9 45 UP. a.m. Port Augusta ... dep. 6 0 Quorn ... «« . 7 45 Kingswood ... " 8 9 Bruce ... *' 8 33 Hammond ... ** 93 Moockra ... ... " 9 29 Carrieton ... " 10 1 Eurelia ... « 10 35 Walloway ... « ? 11 9 Orroroo " 11 33 Black Rock " 12 0 PETERSBURG ... " 12 58
Yongala. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Yong^sila, Several loads of wheat have been coming into the township during the last few days. Farmers are selling out at 2s lid to 2s ll£d, Milling Company principal buyers.^ The Anniversay of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School was celebrated on Sunday and Monday. On the Sunday Rev.'-H. -Holmes conducted all the serviees-and the children at inter vals sang rSankey's hymns under the leadership of Mr. John Cheek, who has spared no pains to bring them on well, to whom great praise is due for the success of the anniversary. On Monday the children had their usual treat, anti en- j joyed themselves. Afterwards there was, a public tea, which was poor]} attended, and in the evening 'a public meeting. Mr. N. Robinson* in the chair, and in his remarks stated that 11 j'ears ago he commenced the school with 17 scholars. 1 Mi J. Cheek, Superintendent, read the report for the j past year showing number of scholars on the roll 105, average attendance 64, which was con sidered good, taking into...
PETERSBURG AND COCKBURN, DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
PETERSBURG AND COCKBURN1 DOWK. a.m. PETERSBURG dep. - 6 40 DawBon-road... " 7 ^0 Oodla Wirra ... " 8 0 Nackara ... ... 8 56 Paratoo .... w 9 50 Yunte ...» " 11 11 Wiimininnie. ; ? " . .11-55 Mannahill " 2 5 Olary ... *' 3 40 Mingary ... ... " 5 35 Cockbnrn ... " 6 30 UP. a.m. Cockbnrn ... dep. 3 50 Mingary .. 4 37 Olary " 6 1 Manna.hill ... 7 25 Winnininnie... " 8 20 Yunta ... *' 8 57 Paratoo " 9 44 Nackara ... " 10 33 6 Oodla Wirra... " 11 26 7 Dawson-road ... " " 11'59 8 PETERSBURG ... " 12 58 9
Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Gladstone. Tbe annual meeting of the local branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Institute on Friday, 7th insfc. There was a moderate attendance and .the Rev W. W. Finch occapied the chair. The annual report was read by Mr C. Maley, and showed that the branch hid not been so successful aa in previous years. Mr II. Chester (deputation from tbe parent society) moved the adoption of the report and gave an interesting account of the work carried on in different parts offclie word. Mr J,, Dixon seconded and said that he regretted that Bible-reading was not general in the State schools of the province. The officers for the coming year were appointed, and the passing of the usual votes of thanks terminated the meeting. Mr. Chester conducted the service on the following Sunday iu the -Bible Christian Cburcti in the morning and took the evening servic9 at the Wesleyan Church. The concert in aid of the Bible Christian churn, postponed from the 3rd inst. was successfu...
Religious Services. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Jic%i0«s Sairixes. SUNDAY, OCTOBER LTF. CATHOLIC.-Petersburg ; Holy Mass at 8 am, and Evening Service at 7 p.m. Holy Maes at Dawson at 11 a.m. EPISCOPAL.-Holy Communion, 8 a.ni, Morning Service. 11 a.-u., Evening Service, 7 p.m. Preacher-Rer. W. S, Hopcraft. BAPTIST.-Sunday School at 10 a m. Ser vice at 10.30 a m. Preacher, Mr Beaglehole. Evening at 6.80 p.m., Rev.' O. F. Smith/ Under the above heading we shall be pleased to insert religious notices referring to the ordinary Sunday services, free of charge such announcements to include preaoher'e name, time and order of services. Where further details are given the notice will be taken as an advertisement and charged for accordingly. Such announcements must be forwarded to u* weekly, not later - than Tnuraiav eveoin?, as we cannot undertake to look up quarterly plana, etc.
Rules of the Petersburg Model Parliament. SPEAKER M. C. COPINGER. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES P. A. CALLARY, J.P. CLERK OF THE HOUSE J. H. TOUCHELL. COUNCIL M. C. COPINGER G. J. INGLES P. A. CALLARY, J.P. H. T. RABBICH J. H. TOUCHELL, Hon Sec. and Treasurer. 1.—OBJECTS, [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Rules of (be Petersburg Model Parliament. : SPEAKER ! M. C. COPINGER. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES P. A. CALLARY, J.P. CLERK OF THE HOUSE : J. H. TOUCHELL. COUNCIL M. C. COPINGER j G. J. INGLES P.A.CALLARY.J.P. | H. T. EABBICH J. H. TOUCHELL, Hon Sec. and Treasurer. 1.-OBJECTS, 1. The Petersburg Model Parliament is es tablished for the purpose of discussing political and social topics, as far as may be practicable, according to the forms of the House of Assembly, but shall not be a poli tical association, being intended solely for the intellectual and literary advantages of its members. 2, Should any doubt arise as to the mean ing or operation of any rule or practice of the bouse, the ruling thereupon from "the chair of the Speaker elected for the session shall be decisive. In his absence the decision of the presiding member shall apply only to the immediate subject matter, ? with out operating as a precedent. * '2.-ENROLMENT op MEMBERS. 1. The Association shall consist members subscribin...
A LIFE BLIGHTED. Continued from No. 8. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
A 'LIFE BLIGHTED. (BT "YV. S. H., PETERSBURG. Continued from No. 8. CUAPTEE III. Tile neighborhood was early . astir that bright July morning. Arthur Menz had conducted himself so as to he a model of everything proper and correct in his conduct. 80 much so indeed that not even his attention to Janet excited the scandal so easily aroused. And now that Mrs Lappington had been persuaded to cast aside the habiliments and appearance of care, and commence in a new sphere of life there were plenty of willing, eager bands and voices to help and congratulate. The ceremony was to take place at an early hour, but long before the time arrived the bells of the village church were pealing forth" their strains of joy and gladness, and yet, that joy was not echoed in the heart of the bride. She had never, ceased to hope that Richard would return, and now .to marry a*iain seemed to be crushing that hope for ever. It was not - as though " her' heart went L wholly-with her hand. She could not -help re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
|^dtrzhutg %mt$t - Orrorbo Chronicle, ,: And. Northern Advertiser.'' 'j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION PEE QE. PEE. YE AK la Advance, I Sis. 6d. 1 8s. Od Booked,- j ,3s. Od. j lis Oct. Above prices include delivery by post or ' e\ra messenger. &lt; Order Form. To the Proprietor Petersburg Times. Sir,-Please insert my name as subscriber to your paper for for which. I enclose in payment J4 WRIGHT, CARPENTER, BUILDER AND UFDERTAEER. Cheapest House in the Trade for all kinds Building Material, Fencing Wire, Cement, etc. FURNITURE IN STOC£ AND MADE. TO ORDER J Iron Tomb Sailings in great variety at;the very lowest prices. A large collection of Photographs of Memorial, Stones and Tomb Railings to select from. RailingB kept'in order after they are erected. AGENCIES-Colonial Mutual Life Association. ' ' ' Zanker's Walloway Bricks, Hanson and Evans, Sculptors, Adelaide. CORNER OF BISMARK AND JERVOIS STS. (opposite P.O.) ADELAIDE JUBILEE EXHIBITION^ NO MORE BAD EYES. ? W«. THE STAR EYE LOTION!...
Hydrogen Amalgam. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Hydrogen Amalgam. Mr. T, A. :R sad win, tf.d-.S., writes to fie " Industrial Keview," London ; -L have just curae'acr »as a paraph Let, which apaeais t-> he circulated ia the Transvaal pretty freely, relating to a question that is'becoming of marked industrial impjrtancein those regiuus where the most ancient metalliferous rocks prevail. I mem the economic treatment of gold ore*. Toe fallowing quotations from the pamphlet read encouragingly for thoae who are ia earnest about gold raining : - The object of The Uvtlrogen Amalgam process for treating gold &lt;irea" is to increase the quantity of gold extracted fr »iu its ore*, and to redhce the cjst of such extraction. These resufts are obtained by an improve ment in tbe method of amalgamation bp mercury. The process has been devised mora [ especially for-, the jbreatment of refractory ores, suchas 'those ^containing /sulphur, arsenic,' antimony, and other ingredients which inj -iriously affect the mercury. The conditions un...
THE MARKS ON A COW'S HORN. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
THE MARKS OK A COW'S HORN. The marks upon the h'orns of a cow indicate her age and not, as some mis guided person would have us believe, the number of ealves she may have had. As these marks or rings are the same on the horns of an ox or bull 3s upon those of a cow it cannot be the calves'that cause them. ' At two years old a wrinkle may be found forming at the base of the horn,' and as the horn grows next year this wrinke is easily :seen. :' This t&drks three years' growth. At five years a second wrinkle appears. After that one appears every year until at the .gge.-pf -eleven or -twelve,.^ the wrinkles are smallerand closer and less conspicuous, and some of the earliest will have been worn away. The horns are no guide to age after thirteen years, nor are ,th6 V teeth, as the condition of these depend " upon the amount of pasturing done^-the goodness or 'the badness of the pasture and the sandy or clayey character of the soil, - .. . i . A Yankee ? editor, who had. ^ust scoo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
Polvfic JSoffees OFFICE OF THE CONSERVATOR OF Vf ATEK. TENDERS will be received at this Office until noon of Monday, October 17th, 1837, for SlNKINfr "WELL on Reserve ad joining Section 14(1. H uiidred of Eurilpa. Pla*»s, i;tc, at Belton, Ctrriotoa. and at this office. JAMES W. JONES, Conservator oi Water. Adelaide, September 29th, 1887. FOUND,-Two Small Keys and Patent Axle Cap, Apply W, C. Hancey, Petersburg. NOTICE. ALL accounts due by Mr BONNA.R Solici tor, mast be rendered for payment on or before the 20th in St.. and ail accounts due te him must be settled by that date. . October 5, 1857. NOTICE. Dft. STEVENSON requests that all claims . against him be rendered for settlement Oa or before the 20th inst., also that all accounts due to him be paid by that date, . October 5, 1887. SALE OF FURNITURE. . J. J. BONNAR, JUN-i haa re ceived, instructions from/Mr. J. L. Bonnar and. Dr. Stevenson, who are. re linquishing housekeeping, - to sell by auction ad their HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
H*0p0sefc ?nam ?4 For all particulars apply, A. D. BRCCE, Yoagala. Professional. JJR. gTEVENSON, PETERSBURG. Free Vaccination, as follows, until further notice At PETERSBURG- every Thursday, from 2 to 3 p.m. At YONGALA every Friday, from 4 to p.m. jgWiEMING. JBOUCAUT ASHTON £&lt;OHCITORS, ^ DEL AIDE AND JAMESTOWN. Jfforuy to Lend at Lowest Rates M. C. C0P1NGEB COMMISSIONER, SOLICITOR, Etc., PETERSBURG. Insolvency and Local Courts ' attended. srANCH OFFICE AT OBROROO. . G- DEGENHARDT, gQLICITOR, 0R R OROO. fdiemisls* etc. JJ.tjPERT JJETTEREDGE, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, DENTIST, VETERINARY SURGEON,etc. late t>f Clare and Port Angn4», Established 1853. MEDICAL HALL, PETERSBURG. J£R. J)YER, MEDICAL PRACTITIONER AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, PETERSBURG. Visits Yongala every Wednesday afternoon. "j^ED QROSS jQISPENSARY, PETERSBURG: * MRS. F. V. BRADY, Proprietress. Aoconchements attended in town and oonnby, also at Dispensary. Every convenience. Changes moderate. I RUTTING O V A...
District News. Burra. THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
District Hews. Hurra. THE NEW TARIFF. The Burra, as well as almost every other place of importance in'the colony, bas b&lt;%^ia to find oat what is likely to be the result should the tariff proposals of the Government become law, and like the rest has had its p-ibJic meeting, which was convened by the mayor and held on Friday evening last. There was a good attendance ; after apologies had been read from His Worship the Mayor, Mr, F. W. Holder, M.P., and Mr. C. Drew, Mr. T. W. Wilkinson, in a lung speech, generally condemning the proposed tariff as most iniquitious ana unjust to the working classes of the oolony, and as being a ruse whereby to foBter the few cipitalists in and around the city at the expense of the country. He moved " Th*t the following memorial be signed by the chairman on behalf of the meeting, and forwarded to the Hon. ff, E. Bright, for presentation to the Legislative Council, and that the Hons. Bosworth and Martin be invited to support the request of the ...
The Petersburg Times, ORRORDO CHRONICLE AND NORTHERN ADVERTISER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
CFO PETERSBURG CIMES, ORROROOCHRONICIE ANOHORIHERN ADVERTISER. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1& 1887, TKe Mayor has convened a meeting For Tuesday evening next, in the In stitute Hall, Petersburg, to consider the tariff. A lecture was delivered in the Bap" tist Church, Petersburg, on Tuesday evening last, by the' Bev. C. F. Smith, on " Broken Hill and the Tin Mines," a report of which will appear in our next issue. An Industrial Exhibition in connec tion with the Northern State Schools will be opened to day in the Gladstone Institute, and will remain open to the public till to-morrow evening. POLICE COUBT,-The case of Johaoo Kloss v. William Davis in which the former charged the latter with using insulting language towards him, was to have been heard at the Petersburg Police Court on Monday last but was adjourned for a week. to. the Houseof Assembly on Wednes day evening last,- the motion of Mr. Ward-" That it-is desirable the broad gauge line, of railway should be ex tended from Terowie ...
SKILFUL CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 14 October 1887
SKILFUL. CULTIVATION. Skilful cultivation should be the aim of every one who raises plants or -crops. To make gardening and . - fanning profitable, it is necessary to have dome thing in return for every stroke that is made, and for eveiy shilling invested. Even when 9nly a few house plants are cared for, we expect to see growth and bloom ill repay, for our care; if not, our interest in them would soon be lost. We devote an acre of land to a certain crop; it costs for a. season the interest, for. a year on the investment made for it, beside the expense of preparation, man uring, cultivating* harvesting, market ing, etc. Our .crop is but half what it might be, or what good cultivation has proved might be obtained. The time and expenseof preparation, of sowing'and of cultivation, have been as much as for a full crop,- and the cost of harvesting and other expenses but little less; but" a part of the land was too wet, and the planting could not be done early, as it should have been, and ...