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Gamecock v. Bulldog. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

Gamecock v- Bulldog. The following is from the Chicago Ttyos of the 8th January, 1SSS, which quotes from -the New Yorx Herald. It is understood that the gamecock was equipped with the usual steel spvirs, otherwise it is difficult to .under stand that he could hare, gained to complete a victory over such a formidable opponent as a bulL-terrier. The Time* says: " A cocking m'tin took place in New Brunswick, 2f.J.} <m New Year'* night, that was remarkable for one of the most novel finishes ever recorded in connection with such an event. A white cock belonging William Byan, of Elizabeth Hall won the fifth and sixth fis hts with ease. What taen occurred is thus narrated in the New York Herald: " Twenty to one that we can beat the white -bird," said the chief of the Sixth Ward clan. "Done," replied the man from Elizabeth Hall, and the white hackle, dripping' and splashed with blood, wh< once more placed in the pit. To the surprise and momentary consternation of the S...

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PETERSBURG AND ADELAIDE DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

PETERSBURG AND ADELAIDE DOWN. Adelaide ... dep. Terowie ... arr. Do. ... dep. Grumbowie ... " PETERSBURG arr. UP. PETERSBURG dep. Gumbowie Siding Terowie ... arr. Do. dep. Adelaide air. a.m. pm 7 10 4 45" p-01. 1-30 11 11 a.m, 1 55 5 30 2 19 5 55 2 43 6 19 p.m. p.m. 12 58 9 8 1 23 9 33 1 46 9 57 a.m. 2 10 5 25 8 30 12 0

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

VARIETIES. Do not fret. It only adds to your bnrdea. To work hard is rery Well; bat to w*rk hard and worry, too, is more'than human natar» can bear.

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POETRY A SONG TO THE LUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

- »? ? - POETRY ? SONG-TO THE XJCTB. ?ffhea. ftrat I came to Court, ..Jfe-ta! TPTiftlfirst I came to Court, I deemsd DanCapid but a.boy, And Inrttui idle sport, Jl spark xrbereat a man might tsr "Willi little hurt and mickio joy 1fh«a flrsfc I eaateto Court ®» am I fenad my fanlt, - ? r*i* / Tba «oon I found my fanlt: The fBirBSt of the fur brigade Advanced to Eoiue assault. Alaa! against my adverse said... ... '.SEofacie «*a wrre, nor paUsad?- - - TjM soon I found my fanlt 1 Wlien'TsDBx's ryiss assail, fa la/ - - '. - Wten'IxDBA's eyee assail, 3To foint the arte of war can aho -jt, SSTo eouatcrstroko arail; Xaaght eldlls bat arms amy t» tknw, Aaft ineei before that lovely See, TVieu Isoha'b eyes aootfl ! Tot fg ail truce ia vaia, trace in Tain, Sua* aha toat spawedeib esiis p*me«e jEa raa^ufck cum ajaia; Aai arnyiit reaaiaa far maw fc>da Sat ight saw Biora ba yie}fi aseir, m afl tree# is vain 1 -Ans&a Bdb&tn hi town****

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PERSONALITIES. Bismarck at School and the University. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

PERSONALITIES. Bismarck at School and the University. At school Otto TOU Bismarck had passed for a boy of quick intelligence and great pow>r of work, though of shy and retiring disposition, not much given to forming friendships; but at the Hanoverian Univer sity of (jrotr.irigi*c, whither ue afterwards repaired, in. 1832. as a tall, slim youth of 17 -'a« thin as a knitting-needle'-with the ostensible purpose of studying law, his whole : nature teemed to become changed. The "German Universities chirflr present thera '-elves to the national youth as so many ever green oases, -where it may rent from the grinding routine of previous school life, and fortify itself for the arid expanse of social tryranny and State servitude still ahead; and the national yoath enjoys the blessed interval <5f repose with the wild abandonment I of emancipated slaves. Idleness becG;ne* i their serious occupation; the human race, i with them, undergoes a new classification into \ ' philosophical...

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RAINFALL FOR 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

RAINFALL FOE 1887. The following was the rainfall regis-ered at the Petersburg Post Office for the months of the past year: January, February March. April May June 1885 1886 *1887 0-075 0 360 0 270 1-460 1360 2*445 July August September October November December 1020 1770 1-075 1-415 1145 1-580 Totals 10-275 10-915 18-875 RAINFALL FOB 1888. > January : . /..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

(Limited) Ab unanimously re 1 solved at Public . Meeting this Society ia now being formed. 2,000 shares 4>f £1 each. To wean shares an early ap plication isadviaed. A. D. B&tcs, Sec» (pro tern) - Ctaticnery. '? Go*da,Ne And Fine Art Opposite 1 Seat' assorted lar^eit stoefcalae cordeoas, Cono Violins,Music, 3 Medicines { t>< and Veierini Guides, etc. Cards"! every season - Jab Marriage. Birfll^G^ dolence. .Imit,. 4?eej*^ Tear, Easter- Gncifcegy Croqdet. tmd. .TiSn*fi%;; Balls, Bats Backett^ Commercial Directory. "13 OWE BROS., Machinists and -I*' General Smiths, Opposite Hallway Station, Petersburg. , Processional. DR ALFEED W. HIi r (M.D., M.R.C.8., L.R.C.P., SIC.,} (Of Terowie,) . VISITS PETERSBURG TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, Andmsy be consulted as follows: Tuesday--J miction Hotel, from 3 to 7. Friday-Petersburg Hotel, from 3 to 7. MONEY TO LENIX JJLEMING, BOUCAUT and ASHTON gOLICITOBS, ^ BEL AIDE AND JAWEbTO WN. SIR. BOUCAUT attends Petersburg every FRIDAY, fro...

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Railway Time Tables. PETERSBURG AND PORT PIRIE. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

Railway Time Tables. PETERSB URG A ND PORT P1RTE. DOWN. PETERSBURG- »<. dap. - 6 36 3 5 Yongala ... «' 7 8 3 32 Jamestown ... ** 8 10 4 32 Caltowie ... " 8 46 5 8 Gladstone ... " 9 41 . 5 58 I Huddlestone ... " 10 8 6 22 Crystal Brook ... .** 10 46 6 57 Warnertown ... " 11 23 7 34 Port Pirie Station ... are. 11 50 8 1 Port Pirie Post Office '' 12 0 8 12 UP. a.m. p.m. Port Pirie Post Office dep. 7 15 3 30 Port Pirie Station " 7 30 3 43 Warnertown ... " 8 2 4 15 Crystal Brook .... " 8 46 5 2 Huddlestone ... " 9 17 5 34 Gladstone ... " 9 40 6 13 Caltowie . ... " 10 38 7 0 Jamestown ... " 11 14 7 36 Yongala " 12 17 8 36 PETERSBURG ... . " 12 39 8 58

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Petersburg Post and Telegraph Office, [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

Petersburg Post and Telegraph Office, The Post arid Telegraph Offices and Savings Bank are open on week days from 9 am. to 8 p m., except on Saturdays when they are closed at 6 p.m. Money orders 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registered letters one hour before closing of mail for which they are intended. The delivery window is closed daily upon arrival of and before despatch of mails, for sorting fame. 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.m. dfiily. Pt. Augusta, 2.23 pm. daily. OodJawirra, Monday, Wednesday, and Fri day, 2 23, p m. E?ackara ) Paratoo > 2 23 pm, daily. O'Leary ) Yunta Mannahill Cockburn f 6 5 am, and 2 23 p m, daily Siiverton Broken Hill Teelu'pa, 6-5 a.m. daily Cavenagh and Dawson 2.45 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Parnaroo and Lancelot, 2.33 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. MAILS RECEIVED. Adelaide and South, 6 19 a.m., 2.43 p.m. daily Pt. Pirie 12.39 a.m., 8.58 p.m. daily. Pt. Augusta, 12 44 p.m. daily. Oodlaw...

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THORNTON, March 13 [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

THORNTON. March 13. The majority of. farmers are busily engaged in putting in the seecL Some have not put in any crop, for if they did the rabbits would only reap it for them. The rabbits have completely rained them, and therefore they have forfeited their land and have gone to Broken Hill to try their lack ; others, -when finished sowing, mil also leave for the Bar rier. A large number of teams passed through here lately for Broken Hill loaded with furniture, stores, etc., followed by parties of men, women, and children with domestic animals of all descriptions. The weather is keeping dry and most of the dams want replenishing.

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The Highest Auction Prices for Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

The Highest Auction Prices for Pictures. According .to the art records for 1887, the highest pries erer giren for any portrait at an auction was obtained at the Lonsdale sale, London, for Boucher'a 'Pompadour.' The sum paid was £10.395, and the bidder was nuppnxed to be acting on behalf of Baron 'Rothschild. Gainsburouglfa 'The Sister*,' wa- the onlj other picture which approached in price. Is realised £9,975. Turner's * Van G-oTeii' haa the next highest reputation, as mt-asured by the competition of the auc- . j tion room, where it commanded £6,82-5. Sir John Miilais was . not only the highest' | esteemed of living artists at the year's sales, but th»? price given for his * Over the Hills arid Far Away,' (£5,250) exceeded that paid for the two ot&er Gain«burousiha that were in the market, and *l«o for Turner's ' Mercury and Arjfus.'

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ART & LITERATURE. Three Famous Actresses. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

4RT & LITERATURE. Three Famous Actre*sss. : Daring- (j irriek n first ronton at I>rnry l«ne, bis performances bad the advantage of tiio mppurt <if i>uc» admirable "actresses as Mrs. Pritohard, Kitty Olive, and P.^> Wolfing ten. Mrs. Piitcbard had slowly ami laboiiously climbed to the high position she at that time iraintained. In the drear beginning of her career she hail played at Bartholomew Fair, wb^ra ' she was greatly ?'.ar< s«ed and mim*red for singing in some in roe or droll.' Presently she was rngagrti -it, the litrle . HaymarJjet theatre, where she iaiued. rcpu'e in a comedy ceiled 'The Holher-in-Law.' stolen the 'Malaue Imaginaire.' tier graceful figure, ex pressive face, clew delivery, and easy action at once marked her an actress of no ordinary merit, and in the course of time she wns ntracted with such paru as B walind and Queen Katberine, Lady Townley, and Lidy Betty Modish. Her tragedy and cmedy «.ere alike Vxcelleut, her genius ...

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THE GLADSTONE INSOLVENCY COURT. To the Editor "S. A. Register" [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

THE GLADSTONE INSOLVENCY COURT. To the Editor *' S. A. Register" Sir-la writing of the conduct of affairs in connection with the Gladstone Insolvency Court Mr. E. Siekmann simply expresses the feeling of nearly every person who Jjas had any monetary interest in its operations. Very many individuals within the jurisdiction of this Court will probably be pleased to know that when Parliament meets many interesting facts and figures will be supplied to the members for the dis trict with a view to a thorough analy sis of the business of this Court during the past six years, and in the meantime I would strongly recommend creditors to aecept the most unsatisfactory com promise rather than force debtors into the Court. -I am, Sir, etc., Yongala, March 9. A. D. BRUCE.

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Correspondence. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.—ED.] CATHOLIC ITEMS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

Correspondence, [Wc do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.-EdJ CATHOLIC ITEMS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-The balance sheet showing accounts of money expended the last four years was read on last Sunday.. The style and form were so far away from com mon sense that no one could call it by any other name that an "iusult/" If Christian Charity is so preached it will be very difficult to get mortals to practise it, but we hope hypocrisy will soon own its failure and right and justice assert its place ? I am, etc., A CATHOLIC.

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PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

PART II. The mm sc-med to rise more slowly than <..\er the Uouad Top ol Old Foggy and Moriah on that stiil,v hot Qetober Biornmg. Ti.-ea, instead of darting" Jong gleams of radiance into the recesses of ll-d Clilf and Riittltisniike Valluy mid the RiiVt u _i *cks, and li^htiii^'the ste»-p tdopas of the lills into a blaze of spies did «<>l»r, it hung a hluod-ied ball iu the buriJt! yn'tior over Old Fojrgy. A t-iri, carrying a pail q{ w*ter up a s^eep hillside road. pm-ed to.re^t U[Oik sstoue at tlie rokdtide auid fan' herself. with her i»un bonuet. ^ A hoj^eman on a-.fine fcheHimit mare, with a silver gray mane and tailj- drew rein te at?k: ' . - ' Can you tell me, my girl, the shortest way fcothe Sjaven-Racks.' ; She told him in tlie vernacular of thehill^ and with much redundancy, and he deduced? ' Then 1 fallow this road and thenupj until I tafee a "trail Ihttjughthe woods to the left, on the farther side of the next hiil?* * Ya-as, that's thewa-ay-ahj' br...

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Nancy. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

' Hancy, PART I. The Jnly sun beat mercilessly upon "b* rocky summit of Old Fuggy as two w liii ry travellers mounted the dur-tv, yellow road on the two sides of tbe hill, each looking' up and urging his sweating horse to the shade of a | -wild cherry tree upon the summit. The one > from the eastern side reached the summit and | galloped to the shade just as the other eques trian reached the level space tmd turned to I ward the tree, The two riders glanced at ?each other carelessly,- then with a lookof iVsiupriBed "recognition. I 'John Jordan! sure as death! .Why, hello, old fellow.! ' and the other responded | tothehesxiy handclasp with, "Can. it pos j sibly be yen, Hayward?' . | ' I believe so; sort of revised edition of me, leather-bound, without - any silver clasps.' The two young men slipped from their horses and sat down upon the parched grass under, tbe tree, fanning1 their flashed faces with their straw hats. .'Well, Jordan, what in the name of all that's holy are yon doi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

i * Innocent, A Tale of Modern Life, by Mrs, | Oliphant; London: Samson Low and Co: 1888. :

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REVIEWS "INNOCENT." [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

REVIEWS "IJSJNUCJfiXT."* This novel, sent to ua by E-Iwar^p j and Co., contains much that will - st u}«=n the memory long afrer th« --;ader has closed the book. In The iUiiS, w hich is an ola h< use built in Queen Vniie style. and situated in a suburo ot u'lidos?, doinv&tie life pu« biles its waj =mia many strange developments. Then ? i*s passages «f - love and jealousy," anil : assages which lend to what looks lik. uurder. The house is owned by Mis. Casuvopd, a widow; who has four IiiMrvn, all of whom may hi* taken, fui< <e-eut purpotes, as grown up. Thre^ of ! hese-tie boys, *»d the other'a girl. Th« Eltinor <ii Nelly, is ih- «l«Vst, ai d he next Jo her in years is Frederick. For j *cli _«>i iheSe an txejltuir role is cut ous. , Vlfs. E;<Si wood dots not becoinu personalis j a, favorite until about two-rhirds «.f ihe '. 'olc are gone through. She is, in the e rly parts - commonplace to flatness, ituher manners .nor ...

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TO MY [?] I. [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

TO MY ICS I The love that comes and goes like wind or fire Bath words and wings wherewith to speak and flee, Bat love more deep than passion's deep desire, Clear and inviolable as the unsounded sea, : ."What wings of words may serve to set it'free, To lift and lead it homeward! Time and death Are less than lore r or mail's live spirit saith false, when he deems his life is.more than breath. ii. Kb words may utter Jove; no.soveroign song. Speak all it would for love s sale. Yet would I fain cast in moulded rhymes that do nie wrong" Some little part of all my love; bnt whT .Should weak and wing-ess words he fain to fly ? : For us the years that live not are nut dead: " Past days and present in our hearts are wed: - ? - 3Iy song can say so more than lov^ hath said. " . in. Love needs nor song nor speech to .say what love - -: Wouid speak or sing, were spetch and song not weak To "bear the sense-beJated soul above " And bid the lips of silence breathe and speak. Tfor power nor will has ...

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FROM HEINRICH [?]NE. [?] male liebet.") [Newspaper Article] — Petersburg Times — 16 March 1888

rEOM HEIKSICH ESDfE. f* ff«r male liefcet.") "Wit* I«Y« * Itart tinie i* a ffo4, Tfcnfk h« akoKld bs f»i*»k«8 ; ~\Tk» kapl«e tore* a s«oond . Mnt for a fcbl he takea. suh a fool, -whe lores idthcst SarpooM of lor#, am I: SaxrBM>on,enfl stars tiler lftujfi at ree; _Am<l I ttagh too-and die. - /??*<*'. ";7» Bfrpcr^e.

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