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MR MATTHEW BURNETT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

MR MATTHEW BUENETT. i fTO'XHE BDrrOB OP THE WAIifciHOO TIBIES.) 1 Sir.—I notice, in. your leading article of IStti ibst. - referring to : Burnett's ▼iait ioWallarooj you flfcate belabored in Wallaroo &r . a week, bat it. jMw with the greatestdifficulty that bis presence was securfcd, not because of ^stress of work, but because there was a doubt existing, inl the minds of I those who bad Invited him 4s to -whether they would be able to raise " the needfal," -nor did be consent to comeuntil this knotty point was -safely .settled." Sir, yon have been (unintentionally no doubt) misinformed on this subject. The person who wrote lo Mr Bvnett god iuriftclto Wallaroo was the writer ; and the main cause why Mr. Burnett's kind offer to come to Wallaroo was not accepted at first; w^s; Abat several who were likely to assist our friend at his meetings, could not spare the time to attend and assist at all the meetings, &?., as .proposed, by Mr Burnett in his letter. Bat it was sug...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

IMPORTS. Et Labia, e.s. 253 tons, Izatt master,-trOm rort Adelaide via Fort Lincoln and Moonta Bay. Passengers—Messrs Cole, Bennett, Smith and Browa in the cabin. Cargo for Wallaroo—48 Co Op. Society, S6 Bath, 3 Bellmeyer, 2 Darke, 1 Gsrvasi, 10 Maimers 33 Order. 32 North & Harman, fi T. R. Heath, 13 Barton, 16 Richardson, 4A and timber Davies &■ Co., 10 Oliphant, 1 Malcolm," 5 S. R, Smith, 10 Chnifield, 17 Burpee,4 Cluud, 5 Polioe, 24 gosphorus, S Levido, 3 Crop ley, 3 Briatowe, 2 Trre. For Snowtown—S Snowball & Co., 1 Tate, Stephens and Co. For Kadina—1 Dr Hutchinson, 26 Kosewarne. S3 T. H. Hall, 28 ftendell, 6 Secombe 9 Bale. 2 Clark ana Co., 9 Phillips. 5 Williams, 4 Quint on, 2 Anson, 10 Opie. 102 Wallaroo Mines, 11 3arnett, 37 Borlace. 4 Cook. 16 Kurilla Mining Campany. 5 Brawn. 1 Burden. 6 Thomas and "White. 10 Tiosc9tt. fi Petter. 8 Hall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

w SE VANT; Wages, 12s per week. Apply to MBS FOWLER, Yaroo, Kulpara, Or Mes SHEPHERDSON, Wallaroo Bay. DRESSMAKER WANTED for Country Store. Apply by letter, JOHN YOUNG- & Co., Snowtown. ANTED—GOOD GENERAL SER YANT. Must be able to milk. Nurse girl kept. Apply to Mas R. FORREST, Nantawarra. w 7ANTED a GENERAL SERVANT References necessary. Apply to MRS MAHONY, Ewing Street, Kadina. DR. MAHONY Registered Government VACCINATOR, bas commenced to Vaccinate at his. Residence Ewing Street Kadina. YORKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL BACES. THE SETTLING for the above Races will take place at the ROYAL EX GHANGE HOTEL, KADINA, on MONDAY, April 2A, 1882, at 8 o'clock p.m. J. SPINK, Secretary. WALLAROO CORPORATION. TENDERS will be reel red by the above up to 12 o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd May, from persons willing to do what FENCING may be required by the Corpor ation up to 3lBt December, 1882. Tenderers to state at per rod. Specifications at the Town Clerk's Office. Neither the lowest nor ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

expokts. Per I.nbra—for Port Adelaide—®) tons flour. Styles, and sudries.

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FREE PASSES FOR TEACHERS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

FREE PASSES FOS TEACHERS. (to the editoe of the wallaroo times.) Sir,—Until these last Easter holidays I have lived in the blissful ignorance of supposing that oar public teachers enjoyed the privilege tof free-jail way- passes to and from home daring vacation. Free passes—not anywhere and at any time— from the Schools where they are employ ed to their homea and back, would be a great boon to those who are placed at great distances from home and parents; and especially to the younger portion of them who have small salaries, Some of tbem have homes 200 miles away ?nd have to travel 400 to and fro. The fact of their being teachers indicate the necessity of self-support; and some have to assist sick or aged parents ia addition. All agree that they should see their parents as often as possible, but to do so costs more than the greater part of them can at all afford. In the case of yoang ladies it is. highly desirable that they should not travel in the company of roughs, but in the class...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Bosphorus, barquo,fromNewcastle» Star of Hope. 6.6.

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PORT AUGUSTA. April 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

POET AUGUSTA. ( (From oar own correspondent.) April 15, 1882. The Easter holidays passed off very quietly in this Port, the only attraction of say kind being a cricket match played on Friday on the west side, between a Qoora team and a Port one, in which a great deal of interest was taken, as there were nearly 200 people present in the afternoon. The game was very closely contested and resulted in a victory for the home team by 7 runs; at one part of the game it looked like a gift for Qaorn, as there were only 11 rnns to make and 4 wickets to fall. It. proved to be the most exciting match that has been played this season, good cricket being shown on both sides. Our same team with the exception of one player visited- Wilmington on Easter Monday, and tried conclusions with a team chosen from Wilmington and the surrounding district. Contrary to expectations our team lost this match, as none of them seemed at home to the ground, indeed the pitch was as rough as a metal road, so that it ...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Saxon, from Newcastle. Mooata, ship, from Newcastle. Yeralam, from Newcastle. Royal Shepherd, ».b., from Port Adelaide. Outgo from Newcastle. Peerless, from Port Adelaide. Frank I m, e.s., "from fort Adelaide. Iiiibra, b.8., from Port Adelaide. Emu, s.s., from Port Pirie. flinders, jj.ts., from Port Aognata.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, April 19,1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Mr J. Gaskell J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

LOCAL COUJBT—KADINA. Wednesday, April 19,1882. (Before J. B. Shepberdsira, Esq., H.M., and Mr J. Gaekell .LP-* Kijtbek and anotheb t. Hahcock. 1 Claim for £13 16s 8d. , Mr Beare appeared for the plaintiffs and Sir James forjdefesdant. Mr Junes applied for leave to plead • set off. Mr Beare opposed, as it was possible a witness might be required from Glare. ' John Kimber—Am manager ior Messrs Simber and Drew, tbe <plaintifia in this action. Knew Jefendant Jwho lias been a customer fpr a number .of vj^ara.^ JPhe goods specified-In onrddemand- have been sold JHre pricerare fair andreaBOnable. "Sincetbe action /war commenced, Baw^fd^andwi^ who acknowledged ;ihat the amount was., r< n..-awrp finallyeldsedonBiarchl^ ^ {Ledger. 4 produced} TbatV^fm^ti) the dale of * w ml;Va, before the. date of final settlement. T.oeitera .of _ interest charged was also before that... Defendant has ~ twice been. charged and paid interest' on; on l^og standing accounts. ■- [Mr- James: ...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday, April 18—Wind, N.W.. light, floe. Bar. 30-20. Thursday, April 20—Wind, N.W.. light, fine. Bar. 30-05. Friday, April 14—Wind, N.E.. light, cloudy, Bar. 29-90.

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POLICE COURT KADINA. (Befoge J. B. Shepherdson Esq. S.M. Mr J. Gaskell, J.P. WEDNESDAY 19th. April 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

POLIOS CO tJRT—KADINA. (Befoge j. B. Shepherdson Esq. H-Hf. "M~r J, Gaskell, J .P. Wednesday 19th.arehi 1882. Charles Barnett, landlord -of Wombat Hotel, was charged on the information of Patrick Fitzpatricb for allowing hie premises to be used as a place of -public amusement not having a licence for the same. Mr James appeared for the defendant who pleaded guilty. It appeared that there was emne doubt existing in Mr Barnett's mind, as to the course to adopt in obtaining a permit, fie had applied to the police and the Mayor and had no wish to act illegally, fined Is and costs. _ Thomas Williams, landlord of the Kadina Hbtel, was similarly charged, bat stated that ft Vps not open for public amusement, as it was a private party, It transpired, however, that the hall was let to some other persons for the purpose of holding a party. Fined Is and cost of information and summons. James Sail, landlord of the Miners Arms, was charged-with allowing his billiard table to be used on Gk>od F...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. I [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

TIME SIGNAL. - Harbour Office, Wallaroo- I Time signal oil the Government flagstaff at the Harbour-Masters residence tbie flag H, (white andred,) will be hoisted to the mast Mead every 3undar morning at fiveminutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean timfeVandyon the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will dr$jp corresponding to Greenwich meantli&e lOh 15m 38 7s. After the time eignalSjias been made the Union Jack will be hoisted. J. CABSOJf j Observer. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLABOO. mHE SPElfOEE'S A GULF STEAM SHIP COT., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as nnder, when f FLIHDEHS, FOB POET AUGUSTA-] SusdayMobning ^ at 7 a.m. —O — c EMU, FOB tOET PIBTK— j Thttesdat, *1 o'clock turn. f LUBRA, POBT LINCLON 4 Thussdat or Fbidat, V. &t 4 o'clock p.m. , ° ~FLINDERS, jWSDHESDAY. * | at 5 o'clock, p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—{ franklin, SiTtTBBAT, at 5 o'clock, p.m. FOB f~° LUBRA, FRANKLIN J Ambenats Thttbsday*s HARBOR L At2pjn. 0 Passage money must be pud before em barkation. Mb orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 honrs of vessel's discharge; and none Trill be admitted for breakage, &c., nnless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form of Bill of Lading- . The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo "J ! Conveyances; OPIE'S MAIL COACHES, w. h. opns BEGS to inform the p...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

SAILED. Wednesday, April 19—Flinders, e.B., 276 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Thursday, April 20—Emu, b.h., 395 tonB, Creer, inuasr, for Port Pirie. Same day—Lubra e.s. 224 tons, Izatt. master for, Franklin Harbor. - Friday, April 21—Iitibra, e.s., 224 tons, Izatt, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln. ;

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

S H It PI N Q S. ARRIVED, Wednesday. April I9-^Flirideie/. °B;8.>*275 tons* Anderson, master, from Port Augusta. _ Thursday, April 20—Emu, 8.6., 393 tons, Creer, master, from Port Adelaide. Same day—Lubra, 8.B., 224 tone,. Izatt, master, from Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln. Friday—Lubra, e.s., 224 tone, Izatt, master, from Franklin Harbor. Friday. April 21—Star of Hope, 8.S.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Friday evening. Messrs Garner and Anson have been collecting in Adelaide for the Kadina Institute, and hare succeeded, op to the present time, in securing over £100. Barker, Hicks, Morrison, Du Barry and Horton were arraigned on the other charges of conspiracy to-day, and pleaded not guilty. Dr Morrison's bail was increased to £1400. The firct case was, then continued, -Hicks wassubjected to a i short c ro as - examination by Mr Pater, and yery lengthily by Mr Downer, -who had not finished at the time of the adjourn ment. Mr Downer intimated. that he would yet occupy a considerable time in his examination of the witness. So severe were his attacks that Hielta made 1 a formal appeal for protection. Hi# Honor replied that Hicks bad managed well, and needed no other protection than his own talents and the ordinary usage of the Court. Hicks so persV.ently replied, " I do not know," and •' I will not swear," that Mr Downer asked if Mr Mann had suggested that cautions ...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday, j ; Whitaker bas been successful in the re forming his Ministry, the whole of the members, except Hall, simply resuming office. All the portfolios will be held by the same Ministers, except Johnston, who takes the Public Works in addition to his previous office. Hall's seat to remain vacant till the Parliament meets.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, April 19,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

WALLABOO COBPOEATION. Wednesday, April 19.1882. Piesent—The Mayor (Mr D. Bows) Crs. MSasteMkm^hillips, Oliphant, Bird, Bath ■ TowuClerk. the previous meeting vera |;eia^1a»jpSsaea. ' » • ^^v'-'-T^lBaroA Bwjbb. : itfd'' that on aocoont of being JmMfiJiie H»t been about much since the §Mtrflwidj||w the council, consequently he |iad"4ittla ^JreporL With respect to culling ffor a^Ucations for tbe park lands* loan, the commifctferthought it better to leave the. matter until after that evening. Tenders: wouldbe received for the whole of the work, .after which the council would be in a position would' be required. There; was another matter to whTcli liis attebti&n hM iieeii Called? that had been?-doubde8s,4ost sight of by the council lor* as well as himself.jthey had not called for .fresh.tenders this'-year for the work of fencing yacant allotments in the town; Tt should bav6 been don o at tbe beginning of the year f aud. as, .this hadnot been done ' he • woali suggest thatthe over...

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AUBURN. April 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

AUBURN. (From our own Correspondent). April 11, 1882. The Easter holiday's bare vanished with their annual pleasures and jolifioa Uods. On Good Friday the Auburn cricketers met a team from Hindmarsb. The local men had 15 and managed to score a win on the firBt innings, the scores were Hindmarsb, 38 ; Anburn, 68. The bowling of Wylie and Grey was well on the spot, and when it is pitted against such batsmen as Jarvis, Hide, and Chit tleborougb, it speaks well tor itself. Howe and Bleechmore did best service with the bat for the local team, Hide, Bevan, Jarvig, and Sing all trundled welL The following day tho Auburns tried con clneioos with the Adelaide Wanderers bat had to submit to a severe defeat by 10 wickets, Rowe being the obly batsman to make a stand, making tbe respectable scores of 43 and 32. The bowling of the Auburne was weak, so the Wanderers had an easy task. On Sunday the Anniversary Services of the Wesleyan Church were celebrated, the Rev. Mr Ashwin preaching three impre...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne. Friday. A new journal has been launched in Melbourne, to be devoted entirely in the Interest of mining.

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