Home' Plains Producer : PP_130314 Contents Call Lisa
on 8862 1977
Phone: 08 85286008
BALAKLAVA - 8862 1607
Catering for functions...
•Weddings and outside catering available
Sunday Roast $9.90
Schnitzel Night $10.50
1 Adelaide Rd, Mallala 8527 2249
Meals 7 days
Lunch & Dinner
Pokies, TAB &
PHONE: 8867 1023
30 Edwards Street, Port Wakefield
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Come & meet Bec & Dylan Stodart
& enjoy a relaxing evening in
our family friendly beer garden
14 Edith Tce, Balaklava SA 5461 -
Phone: 8862 2123 - Email: email@example.com
WENDY’S CAFE ‘N CAKES
Made Fresh Daily On-Site:
COFFEE & CAKE $6
✷ Pastie Slice &
Special occasion cakes made to order
➤ Pizzas all day -
➤ Fresh Salads
➤ Hot Chickens
➤ New products
OPEN 7 DAYS 8AM TO 8PM
THE BIG BURGER
Shop 1 Edward St, Pt Wakefield - 8867 1400
Photo for illustration
Port Wakefield Hotel
23 Burra St, Port Wakefield - Phone: 8867 1583
ALL MEALS $10
EXCEPT SURF N TURF $15
LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS
Please book to avoid disappointment
• Meals start from $9.90 • Kids meals from $7
BLYTH CINEMA MOVIE &
MEAL DEALS AVAILABLE
BLYTH HOTEL 20 HARLEY ST, BLYTH
PHONE: 8844 5004
BALAKLAVA - PHONE: 8862 1006
• From 6pm till 8pm
• Includes Salad Bar
Pink Bakery & Cafe
Balaklava - 8862 1640
Mon - Fri 7.30am - 7.30pm
Sat 8.00am - 2 .00pm
MALLALA Hotel has a menu to
cater for everyone, from those wanting a
traditional schnitzel, to others who want
to try something a bit more “gourmet.”
The chef ’s specials change weekly,
and diners wanting to experience a less
traditional meal are offered a range of
delicious seasonal foods, including
dishes such as premium eye fillets,
seafood specials and a range of curries.
But there’s still the ever-popular
traditional meals to satisfy every diner,
from steaks and schnitzels, to fish and
Tuesdays are a bargain with $10
schnitzel nights, with a range of top-
pings available at an additional charge.
Being family friendly and aware
diners are on a budget, Mallala Hotel
has a special offer on Thursdays and
Fridays, where kids eat free (but condi-
You can enjoy a tender T-bone steak
on Friday nights for just $18, served up
with tasty chips, and salad or vegies.
Lunch diners are also catered for,
with a $11.90 special “Beer and Burger”
deal. Wash your burger down with an
icy cold pint of the beer of the month.
You can dine in at the hotel or in the
enclosed beer garden, or maybe have a
casual function in the area famous for
Hotel owners, Dylan and Bec
Stodart, also provide outside catering
for parties, meetings or corporate events.
The hotel is open seven days for
lunch and dinner.
Drop in and check out the menu, or
phone 8527 2249 to make a booking.
The Good Food
Plains Producer, Thursday March 14, 2013
Delicious blend of fab food!
BEK Stodart (left) with cooks Pat Green and Tabatha Davis.
FOUR generations of the Lally family
gathered at Balaklava recently as part of a
pilgrimage to celebrate 100 years of their set-
tlement in the Hill River district, near Clare.
Some 50 descendants of the family trav-
elled from interstate and throughout South
Australia to converge on Balaklava to honour
Timothy and Elizabeth Lally settled to-
gether in the Halbury district in 1879 after
They went on to have seven children,
Louisa, Vincent, Michael, Timothy, Sylvester,
Elizabeth and Albert (who died in childhood).
In 1913, Vincent moved to the Clare district,
while both Michael and Sylvester remained
farming at Lower Wakefield, near Halbury.
Timothy (Jnr) tried farming but later joined
the SA Police Force. Timothy and Elizabeth
Lally gradually increased their holding, pur-
chasing adjoining sections at Lower Wakefield.
In 1922, they moved from the farm with their
two daughters, Louisa (Louie) and Elizabeth
(Stacy), retiring to a house they had built in
Fisher Street, Balaklava.
The family became very involved in their lo-
cal Catholic Church, StAndrew’s, at Balaklava,
having previously attended St Joseph’s Church,
located near their property at Lower Wakefield.
Both Michael (Mick) and Sylvester (Sylv)
continued farming in their own right.
In 1962, Mick sold the family property and
retired to his home in Francis Street.
Sylv was the last surviving member of the
Lally family in the Balaklava area, farming up
until his death in 1980 and with that ended 100
years of the farming family in the area.
As part of the Lally Family pilgrimage, gen-
erations assembled at the family burial plot in
Balaklava Cemetery to honour their forebears.
They travelled in a cavalcade to StAndrew’s
Church where two windows are dedicated to
family members, then on to the old home in
Fisher Street, Sylv Lally’s farm and then the
original homestead at Lower Wakefield before
moving on to Clare and Hill River.
The Lallys conveyed their thanks to both
the Crawford and Tiller families for allowing
them onto their properties to enjoy following
in the footsteps of the past as part of the family
of the Lally
Report supplied by Gerald Lally
n FOUR GENERATIONS, 100 YEARS:
Links Archive PP_130306 PP_130320 Navigation Previous Page Next Page