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PROFESSOR BLACKIE'S LECTURE ON GOETHE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
PfiOFESSOB BLACKIE'S LECTURE ON GOETHE. Almost everyone who reads a newspaper is aware to some extent of the great fund of humor of which Professor sBlackie is possessed. He has the happy aack of treating the most serious atid, what in other hands wjuld be the most prosy of subjects, in a manner that renders the address as ihteresting, and laughable as if it was a description of some very amusing event that had taken place. The Pro fessor lectured on Goethe in the Edin burgh Literary Institute on the 16th November, and those who read the following account of the lecture- taken from the " Scotsman," will see that, although old men generally get the name of being " behind the times," such a charge cannot be laid against Professor Blackie. There was, as is usual when the professor is announced to lecture, a crowded audience. Wbat, the lecturer ! asked, did people know about Goethe? | They knew that he felHn love with a girl and didn't marry her, and that was a most unpardonable sin wit...
MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
MAITLAND. (From our own Correspondent) Oa Friday Dec. 23, an examination of tbe Maitland Public School was beld, and the affair passed off' very satisfactorily. Several of the parents were present and were pleased with the progress their children bad made. The Rev. W. Bayly conducted most of the criticisms, and was assisted by Mir Cornish and others. The followiug is a list of the chief prize .takers Poetry—Junior ClaBs, M. Lamshed; First Class ; E. Wharton and R. Douglas; Second Class ; M. J. O'Grady; Thud Class; E. Busch ; Fourth Class ; E. Payne. Grammar—-Second Class, W. Graves; Third Class. F. Greensla&e; Fonrtlx Class, E, Cornish. Geography— Junioi Class, L. Jarrett; Second Class, \\T /llafla /HitAanclorl/% • Fourth Class, L. Cornish. Writing— Junior Class, L. Jarrett; First Class, J. Tiddy; Second Class, M. A. Tiddy; Third Class E&lt; Busch ; Fourth Class, L. Cornish. Neatest Exercise Book—Second Class, B. Wharton; Third Class,E. Bosch; Fourth Class, C Payne. ...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. January 3, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. January 3, 10 p.m. The Largs Bay Investment Company intend asking for authority, to con struct "a railway from Glanville to their jetty it has been decided to present the Bishop with an address previous to his departure. The document has been already signed by a large number of representative men, and will be handed over in the Town Hall on Thursday. Some good copper has been discovered near" Jamestown, and operations for testing the discovery will be started at an early date. The Garonne which arrived early this morning has two cases of small-pox amongst the steerage passengers for Sydney. The passengers for Adelaide have been landed at Torrens Island, where every, preparation has been tnade fortheir reception. All the cargo ""win Be: fumigated. In reference to the mails, the Colonial Surgeon and Dr Gethmg do not consider it necessary to fumigate, which is only advisable in the case of living bodies as being the mast actiye, if not the only carriers of contagion...
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
tfEAO'HER. Saturday, Dec. 81—ffiiafl. 6.W.. moderate fine Bar. 30-10 Sunday, Jan. 1—Winfl, S.W., besh, fine; Bar. 3005. Monday, January 3—Wind, S.W.,mod. fine Bar. 30-.00 Tuesday, December 27—Wind. North, warm. Bar 29-85.
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
COMMEfcOIAL. Wallaroo iWc# Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 4s 5|d; Kadina—Wheat, 4s 4£d. Moonta—Wheat, 4a 4d. Green's Plains West-Wheat, 4s 4d to Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4j 4d. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 4a 2£d to 4s 3d. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 2aJ. The following are the prioes current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £1110s to £1112s 6d per ton. Bran, Is 2d to Is 2£d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 3d per bushel per ton.
TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
TIME SIGNAL. HarbonrOffice, Wallaroo/ Time signal ontlje Government flagstaff at the Harbour-Masters residence the flag H, (white and.-ed,) wiil bo.beisted to the tnost head ererj Sunday morning at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on the instant of eight o'olock. tlie flag will drqp cornspondiug to Greenwich meantime 10b 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has t>pen made the Union Jack will be hoisted. . - ■'-* 3. CAJtSON Observer,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. - T1 1HE SPEUCIIB'S . GULF STEAM > SHIP COY., LIMITED, 1 Dispatch their Steamers.as voder, when practicable:— . f FLINDERS, ! FOR POET AUGUSTA SuhdatHobnikg 5 at 7 a.m. ——o——— r EMU, ■OB PORT PIRIE— 3 Thuesday, ( at 7 o'clock. flftOYAL SHEPHERD, JET LINCLONi Thubsdax or Fetoay, at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f~~FLINDERS, WSMBSDA* at 5 o'clock.^p.m. FRANKLIN, i?n&F .*T1JE-—■? SiaMj AY, v — ^ • •• at 5 o'clock." p.m. —o— EMIT, S tJND AT. at 7 a.m. FOR f ROYAL SHEPHERD, FR ANKLIN | Aitebsate Thuesday's HARBOR (. At 2 p.m. o—■— - iraasage money inrST be paid before em* ' arkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage last be rendered within 24 hoars of vessel's •iscbarge j and none will be admitted for reakage, &c., unless same is pointed oat at ime of discbarge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub let to the clauses and exceptions on the Uompapy' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited H. H. WARD, Agen...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
SAILED. Friday, Deo. 40—Boyal Shepherd, sju. 245 tons, Campbell, master, for Port Adelaide via Fort Lincoln. Saturday, Deo. 31—Franklin, s.e., 870 tonr, Crocker, master, for Port Adelaide. Sunday, Deo. 25—Flinders, s.e, 275 tons, Ander son, master, for Fort Augusta. - Same day—Emu, s.8., 39} tons, Greer, master for Fort Adelaide. Tuesday, Jan. 2—Governor Mnsgrave, b.b.. Car riagton, master, for Port-Adelaide via Iiight Bonse
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
SHIP PINS NE WS. AH.RTV«ri. Friday Dec. 30—KovaJ Shepherd, C&mpbelJ, master; from Franklin Harbor. Saturday. Deo.- 31—Franklin,"8,0., 370 tons, Crocker, master, bom Port Angnata. Sunday, Jan. 1—Flinders, e.b., 270 tons, Ander son. master, from Port Adelaide. Same day—Emu, B.8., 393 tons, Creer master, from Port'Pirie. Same day—'Ilnrra, 393 tons, master, from Natal. :. Tuesday, Jan. 3—GoveHior Kusgrave, sa, Car rington, master, from Port Pirie.