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Catholic Bazaar at Dawson. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Catholic Bazaar Dawson* A Catholic Bazaar was held in Staer's Assembly Rooms, Daw son, last week. The fair was opened on Wednesday, January 25, and continued each day and evening until Saturday, 28th. There was a very nice display of useful and orna mental articles, and each even ing a busy trade was plied, es pecially on Friday and Saturday evenings. Mrs Staer and Sir M. A. Carmody had charge of the fancy stall, and were assis ted by Mrs Dempsey and the Misses E. and D. Kelly, B. and M. Fitzpatrick( B. and M. Howard, Horan, Owens, and O'Sullivan. The refreshment ; stall was presided over by Mrs Casey, Miss Quinn and Miss Casey. Songs and instru 1 mental music were given each evening b}r several ladies and gentlemen, especially by Mr Stone and Miss B. Fitz patrick. The proceedings v ere thus enlivened each evening, and the raffles were both numer ous and amusing. At the con clusion of the bazaar on Satur day night Father Norton thanked all for their libera,! patronage, and congratul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

lUTrliTO CWI OBTAIN A UA I KM I VPATI-KT? Inventors 1 It I LaiV I wsIiOQld consult the Unde signed, and «bta^n all Information ^r«tie as to the probability oi Patents being secured in any colony. CONIGRAVE & COLLI SON, The Australasian Patent and Trade Mark Office, ESTABLISHED 1877. SANTO BUILDINGS, WAYMOUTB STBEET, ADELAIDE. .3" The Only Patent Office in Sooth An tfalia established for upwards of ten years Public Works Office, . Adelaide, January 31. TENDER* will be received at the office of the Engineer in-Oh;ef up till i con of Wednesday, the 15th of February, 1838 For Painting and Repairs to Buildings, &c., On tlie Port and North Lines. Diawing and Specification can be seen, anil forms of tender obtained, at the officc of the Engineer-in-Chief. Copies of the specification cm be obtained on payment of the sum of 5*. each. Tender* should be end »rse'l " Tender for Painting, &c., Port anl North luies." and must be accompanied by a ba-tk deposit receipt for £...

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Yongala Police Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Tong&la Police Court* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. - Parr, late station master at Yongala, was charged on the iruormfi tion of the Commissioner of audit with embezzling money to the amonafc ci about £40, property of the Railway Department, and. committed for trial. " Daii»T" i Ob BROKEN HILL.-T.ia publisition of the Broken Hill Arpj. a daily paper to be published at B'ok -a Hill, is announced. Anglican CHURCH BAZAAR. announced by advertisement & £ ;s -'sr will be held in aid of St. Peters Ch ; -d. Petersburg, on March 1st ariu ..a The proceeds of the event v'r;.; . devoted to the new church b.;;' fund, and as the present edifice L. i inadequate for the requiremercs ft congregation, we trust the eiUvr. of the promoters will be haciV»v * rewarded. Farther particular.} ;vt shortly be announced, We are always reading ahov,: t;*? man who was "cool and ?' This is the more surprising who;, remember that the man who to collect generally has pretty be '. vr< ; k of it. A re...

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Useful Dairy Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

ITseftil Hairy Hints* Canon Bagut,in a recent lectura on dairy ' famitig, threw out some hints well worth rrmember ng. It «n not, be said, the cow which produced the milk a!on», but the food and water which they put into her, for the animal was only the machine which produced the milk and cream. He impressed upon, jits audience the necessity there vn for treating their cows with gentleness, as in. case a dairymaid or anyone else illtreated a cow, then she would not let down her milk, and results would follow. A cow mu-rt be xnHked with quickness, and no tim«» ought to be lost in getting the milk strained into the settling pans- Having spolcea of the great: necessity there was lor c!e*nliue*s in order that the milk might produce the greatest quantity of good c-eam, h- s-tid milk ought t< - lie shallow ia sumtier, and deep in a iuter in the pans. But if they &:l»wed their cream to remain too long on the milk it became sour sad this effectually stopped the farmnr obt...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. INDIGNATION MEETING AT PORT PIRIE. Port Pirie, Friday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. INDIGNATION "MEETING AT PORT PIHI£. Port Pirie, Friday Morning. r A largely 'attended public meeting was held in the Insti tute' H all last night to protest against the action of. the Go vernment.. stoppings-deepening operations while a balance of £7,000 was still in hand. A resolution was carried pro testing against the&ction of th e Government/ *' aiid^ -requesting that jfche matter be,re-considered. , Mr A."t)unjey then proposed a Want-of-Confidence vote. The Hon. A. Catt spoke at; lengths The motion was -lost, only three persons voting, for it and five against, out of a meeting of over 100 persons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

.. mm Cc-#pcrntibt v Society. (Limited) As nnanimoafily re solved at PuMic Meeting this Si>cieiy is now -bting forved. 2,000 shares of- £ I each. To «cure shares an tarly a p. plication isadvited. A. D. Bbccb. ?? Sec. (yro t. til } AT DUMEfS Jl&ok, Stationery. Fsory w -(1B. Sews, And Fine Art Depot, OPPOSITE Hkitbei»ayS " Best aBsi'rtnt and ? largest stnct.al3<i > c- - outJc jis. <"Vr)<Mrtilla8, _ Viollns.Musif. O'-ineo - Medifines < IVmostic aiid V e f eV i»arj) GaiiJes, .eft. Cards for (Teiy season - L'.W!, . Mnrmg'e . j3ii th, Con dolence.. Xcias. New ? Yeai*.' Easter. Ciicket ! Criqnet: And ? TcIhhb | Balfs/JBajts liseketts, MBUMH'S. etc. JQEMPSEY, ^^ILIvINSON . AM> gAKDLAND" ; AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, LAND, LOAN, A.M) STOCK AGENTS, AYR STREET, JAMESTOWN TOWN OFFICE - Marlboroa^L - Waj oioutii-tiiee^^Ai.ELAiiiE.- -- ~ - MOSTRLY MARKETS f ir all kinds of Fat and fc"tt«re'StoT<rE:si^ireKi'?^-fifESWlS^-^ JacnestTw...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

§U%imts Sfrbicxs. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. BAPTIST.-Sunday School at 10 a m. Morning Service at 11 a.m. Treacher Ser. Frisby Smith. .CATHOLIC.-Petereburg-Holy Maes at 11 a.m. and usual evening service at 7 Holy Mass at 8.80 a.m. at Lancelot. EPISCOPAL. - Petersburg; Moining tervice at 11 a.m. i-veniug a 7. Lay Leader ST. PAUL'S, ORROROO,-Harvest Thanksgiving.-Special services will l>e conducted on Sunday, 3 2th inst, by die Rev. W. S. Hopcraft at 11 a.tn. and 7 p.m. Holy communion at 8 and 11 n.m. 'J lie offertories will be devoted towards repairing the damage caused to the roof by the late storm. Under Abe abore heading we stall be pleased to insert religious notices rt ferring to -the-Ordinary Sunday services, free of charge fcuch announcements to include preacher' Buse, time aiid order of services. Where further details are given the notice will be -taken as an advertisement -acd charged for atoordi gly- Such anaounctment i must be f. rwarded to -us weekly, not l*ter than Txinraia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

CfirptfCHiion; of iht Cohm of Ipctaburg. BALANCE SHEET For the year ending Decemb r31stj 1837 : On, £>? s- d. £ s- d To Rates East Ward 8a 0 0 West Wiirf 128 19 5 Soutli Ward 101 7 1 , 312 6 6 Health Hate - 43 15 3 Licences as under Does 47 8 9 Hackers' and otta* 6_9_<> 63ig 3 Fines - « 'o H Extract from minute-book 0 2b Wire sold, 7 cwt. - *06 Bank overdraft - 50 12 U Balance due to town clerk, _ _ ' being amount overpaid to bank 5 15 7 Total £472 1 4 To balance due to bank on 1st January, 1S88 . *60 12 9 Cb, £ s. d. By public works 248 11 2 CK-rks salary 2 n n Guarantee . in in n lli-taiuer to solicitor i a a l^egal expenses * 1* . Plan of Corporation, and fixing 12 10 * Stationery 90 a Adelaide hospital 1 i o Lease rubbish heap j » * Printing by-laws, &c. I'll <{ l)oor discs. &c. Oil o (.Corporation seal 2 5 0 Postages, telegrams, stationery, &c 7 7 «j assessment ® 2 ® Office rent «[ ® J? Scavenging 3® Deputation expenses j X Ar...

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Gardening for February [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Gardening for February From " The Gar-dcu and Field." Kitcheli Garden.-Til lsursery beds sow 8i eds of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, savoy ?, tp'outs, t hinese cabbage, and c.-iery, fo. J'latmug out bttr on. botvalsustring beans, iiiduep, haricols.'nnd a l otfa^r kinds ot t dibie-podded beans, ia rich su.dy 1- am that can ba watered as needed. >ow sw>clea»nl 4 -ti er turnips, and all kinds of salad pi .nts. 1'iiich off (or else ptg d.-wa ai d c .»>r the }»pg8 with soil) ill lateral «ho >t« tr»mcucuin Iters and marrows at the third jiiii.t outside t e irnit. The laterals will root when bun* u, and the plants v i.l I e strengthened. After ab<-ut three weeks Uie newlj-rooted layirs can be sppara^e-', bat not removed vrhea a fiesh Jot of fruit will be produced. Gather uq ouiojs, cat rots 2nd pot;tms. reiaovit.g t tie produce at once to a ihsdy spot Gire v afer and liquid manure to crops that may jieed it. Dig up all vacant beds ami remove "Waste to the dung-bead...

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Petersburg Corporation. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Petersl&ssrg Cor^sraliaa. MONDAY, FEBRUARY" 6. Present.-His Worship, the Miyor, (W. Threadgold, Esq., J.P.), Council lors P.A. GnHar/, J.P., W. G. W". Klem, W. Osborne, and tUa Town Clerk {Mr J. H. Touchell), MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. tows CLERK'S REPORT. The Town Clerk stated that he had written to Mr Pendlebary telling him. that his letter withdrawing his offer to . act as legal adviser to the Corporation had been received He had also writ ten to the Ins:itate Committee inform ing that body of the willingness of the Corporation to give £12 per annum, to be paid monthly, for the sole use of the rooin at present occupied as Council Chamber. The matter had not been decided. COBIiESPOiJDENCE. A circular was received from the Adelaide Hospital inviting subscription to that institution. Letter received from the C'own Lands Office requesting that the Cleric would forward balance sheet oa of before February 20. Cr Klein proposed that the...

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Orroroo, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

©rroro#, January 31. Centenary Day passed without any recognition other than the closing of the Post Office and Banks, but has be come memorable by the fearful hurri cane of wind which burst upon the towns and the outlying farms, raising clouds of dust,* and doing considerable damage to buildings, windmills, etc. Half of the roof of the English Church WAS blown off bodily, and that of the liotnan Catholic Church was lifted oae side and the caping di-dodged. A private h siise was completely unroofed -Fortunately an unoccupied one otherwise there would probably have been a serious accident or loss of life to report. A baz iar to assist in liquidating the debt on the Bible Chri-tian Church here n\ts held on Friday and Saturday last in the Institute Iiall and was vf-ry largely attended, particularly on the latter day when the Hall was ci owded to excess. I have not heard the finan cial results but should judge they were satisfactory, ? Stacks of wheat are being rapidly built at the rail...

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District News. Burra. February 8, [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

District News. Burra. February 8, As far as Burriia concerned at present it is all* Silver. The Joker Sflv«>r iliaing Syndicate have again commence 1 oppentioas with extra capital of about £'50 with the in tention of thoroughly tusking the loie they are at present on. And it is als j lu-nrured, ihat the Black Bill* Sy ndicate is going t<. work again with <*xtm caj.it.il of about £500 whea it i* expec.ted g-»od results will be forthcoming. As til's pro jt rtv is only 16 miles from Burra sho'iM it tii'n out g-Njd it will be a boon to this {*t present) almost played out place. The Clm-cii of liiig'an'l held their annua? Harvest Thiukttfivin^ oil Saadiy laBt when large c°»ngregati uis attended. It is repO/ted that the present incunitjoit, the Rev J. S Waylsnd, is about to be removed to Port Pnie. A you-ig rain aimed "French, whilst at w- rk at Bu'terirortk's . Fiour Mi!?p, Aber d«« n, on Flast got entaiigUid in. the machinery escaped, u tivithanading the fact th...

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Public Meeting at Nackra. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Pa!»!ic SIccisng i¥;icUra. A public meeting was held at Nackra on Wednesday last for tiie purpose of nominating councillors for the Hundreds of Nackra, Paratoo, and Hardy. Mr E. H. Wickham presided. The following gentlemen were nominated:-Nackra Ward, E. H. Wickham; Paratoo Ward, J. Dal ton; Hardy Ward, Geo. Hanlin. Messrs Jenkins and Okely were nominated auditors for Coglin district, after which the meeting closed, when con siderable discussion took place upon the dsstruction of rabbits, and it was agreed that seats should be* agaiii taken and a second meeting'commenced to deal with the matter. Mr S. Alderman was elected Chairman. Mr C. W. Okely drew the attention of the meeting to the hundreds named in the petition that appeared in the Terowie paper of a previous issue. He dissapproved of Coglin being named in the petition as having suffered considerably by rabbits. He suggested the Hundred of Cavenagh be embraced in the memorial, as it was well known that the farmers have been gr...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY THE AUTHOR. "THE FREE LAND:" OR OUR HOME IN AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XIII. " How noiseless falls the f-ot of time That only trends on flowers."—SPENCER, (To be continued) [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

ALL RIGHTS RKSEKVBU BY TliK AUTIIOR. "THE FREE LAND:" <>u, OCR nOltE is AUSTRALIA. BY O. BEOWXE. CHAPTER XIII. " Iiov noisel'jss fa'ls ilie f -ot of ti-ne Taatonly trends on fl iwers."'-SPENCEB, (To be continued ) ' IIis face-don't you thiuk it hand some V . » >.ow, Eliie, is that not an unfair question to ask me .' . But you see L give you credit for bei»:? able to judje impartially' * Then I do think him handsome, although he has not the round, even ness of features that is so commonly regarded as necessary m * manly beauty,' as the poet styles it, yet there is a trace, indeed more than a trace, of culture and refinement in every feature composing his intellectual face, and m ore-' 4 What does this mean ? I see John is telling May to bring me a message, an 1 he is unsaddling the horse.' < Oil, mother! Mr Durrant is going to stay till morning, father says so. I'm so glad.* David has yielded to his host's re quest, to st iy till morning, knowing that jjy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Silver DISCOVERY NEARCla.ue. In our issue of January 20 (sayS the Ifoi'thern Argus) we reported that specimens fr<mi a property near Clare had been taken to Broken Hill, where they were assayed and proved to be silver-bearing, and that people at Broken Hill being satisfied with the result were willing to provide the in 'iiey to work the land. Since theu it bus transpired that the stones came from the property of Sir J, Creasy, of Armagh, about two miles west of Clare. On Monday last Mr \V, J. Clark, a mineralogist, arrived in Clarv irom . Broken Hill, and has since in spected the locality in company wit h two citizens. Mr Clark has been so favorably impressed with the surface indications that on behalf of a Broken Hill syndicate he has already purchased conditionally two blocks of land-one from Mr li. Graham and one from Mr faulty - in the neighborhood of Armagh. How the atones reached Broken Hill was as follows:-Mr C. ?Smelt came from that pi ice t ) Clare, an 1 on his r...

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Correspondence. [Corresponde its must in all cases enclose their name ia addition to nom depune. It should be clearly understood that we do not ne[?]ssarly endorse the opinions expressed — Ed] POLITICAL COMBIONATION IN THE NORTH. TO THIS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Correspondence. [Oorrespon<!e -ts must in all c»ses fnclis? th -ir name ia ii-liliti >n <o iki.-h «ie p u oe. [i should be clearly utnl r^tO'til that we (lo n«t tie v-8'anly eudtrse the 'iyiiioaa expressed. - E<1] POLITIC YL q);U4iIXATIOX IN TiiE \XOiiTil. TO THIS KyjTOH. SIR,-r-Youmble advocacy for combined action in the Northern Areas in last week's issue was extremely apropos, and I sin cerely trust your advice will be acted upon. It is wretchedly absurd that South Australia should be represented by the City of Adelaide. The colony bristles with natural advantages in coast ports tlv.it would be "mines of imtold wealth" to many older nation?, and are of incalculable to this colony. Thousands of pounds of our money (the taxpayers) have been, ground out of us to develop these ports, and thus give every assistance to national as well as local commerce, such as rapid dispatch, easy and rapid transit thereto, &c., atihiniinum cost, and yet, w...

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CHAPTER XIV.—CHRISTMAS. "And young and old come forth to play, On a sunshine holiday."—MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

CHAPTER XIV.-CHRISTMAS. " And young and old come forth to play, Oil a sunshine holiday."-MILTON. It was the morning before Christ mas Day. and'David having obtained a weeks leave from h:s duties went miu Adelaide to. make a few purchases. The day was hot and tiie stieets dusty. Passing down rlindley-street, which then fjraied the chief part of the town, he saw two large bullocks iu a dray bain-z driven towards him. He was crossing to the further side to escape the cloud of dust raised by this team when he heard the driver snouting ' Come hither, Ginger,' He knew the voice instantly it was John Trevail. ' fs that you raising all that dust? ' It is my team. You see I have become a bullock driver. I found it difficult.to employ teams when wanted, so have bought riiy own. It will be a great help to me in many ways. I am bringing in potatoes to-day as well as butter. They: were not really fit to be dug, but they fetch a high price, and people, are clamoring for them, I "have added a cow ...

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Caltowie. February 3, [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 10 February 1888

Caltowie. February 3,   Some excitement has been caused here lately among the wheat carters, each one trying to outrival the other in number of bags brought in on wagons, but yesterday Mr J. Coles, of Belalie, brought in one hundred, thus breaking all previous records. The railway yard is full of wheat stacks, and there is still a lot of wheat to come in. Cave & Co. and Darling & Son have the largest stacks. Darling's agent has just finished off a stack of eleven thousand bags, and he is now busy trucking, there being no room for stacks, and he has already tracked nearly nine thousand bags. To-day is rather hot and dusty, but we generally get cool evenings. Wheat is quoted at 2s. 8d. Caitowie, February 9. Harvest Thanksgiving services were held at St. Mary Magdelenes ('Church of £ngland) on Sunday last, when two impressive sermons were preached by the Eev J. Orchard, of Jamestown. In the evening the church was crowded, and several people had to stay outs...

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RAINFAIL FOR 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 17 February 1888

EA[]\FA?L FO& 1887. The following was the rainfall registered at the Petersburg Post Office for the months of the past year: Jaauary, - 0*075 ? July - 1-020 February - 0 3(50 August - 1770 March - 0 270 ; September - 1*075 April - 1*460 October - 1*415 May - 1 360 November - 1*145 June - 2 "445 December - 1*580 Totals 1885 ... 10-275 1886 ... 10*915 1887 ... 13*875 RAINFALL FOE 1888. January

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District News. Port Pirie. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 17 February 1888

District New*. f®ors ipgrB-?. Your le'ct-rajiliic jiic-s-faie of ihe vote of vr&nt-c f-(or,fi^ej,cj.*at the ji:£ignationsmeet ing re ftcj-piug of U'f dm'j-'injr operations V j>s \r»< ]i<r-y hiU rj-reied. MrCalt was not prcfcnt. li whs i].o j.io> < J-t-r, Air Pungej'. who ke at Urigiii ar.d conrk-tnntd the Comit if^iorer for advtriifirg and selling lie l.MO f'.ei (.£ vlioif In.iilnp,e at Port -Adelaide withemt pivir-a tie j-ort a show when it had avai'tb e wl.siif f.cntage ltady lor U'Efirp-?'u t;re. <f]>cej;>Iiy, too, as the fight for ll IV Pajri. rii;:(ii v.as en Il:e boards l.eiw. en ihe m<lM polilfcii put ami tins one5 and Mi Cait knew it. 't is surniited, too, that the J U' eha^er < f llie Poj t r^elaide sites (a A'r Gardiner) nu<y l a\c bet n the nominee of the Brokv n Hi I Proprietary ( omnauy. If eo the centralifers-- i'esfrs Catt and Co. have wriii the day. One significant fe...

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