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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

LATEST NEWS. EUROPE AIT TE53&(xfiAMS. liOnddn, April 20; In the House of Commons *o irregular discussion arose on the conduct of the Irish Gonstabalary. The Hon. Redmond has Been suspended from sitting for calling the Hon. W, I. Foster dishonest, and on being appealed ■ to, refused to gire it an nnreiserved with drawal. A meeting has been held In London with tbe view of promoting an Inter national fisheries Exhibition next year.! The Duke of Edinburgh as President presided and intimated that the Qaeeh bad signified her willingness to inau gurate the affair ; Sir Henry Parkee Mr Lowell, and Sir Alexander Gait, the Canadian Minister, &c.t promised to co operate. Dr. Charles Darwin, the biologist, is dead.

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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... ... ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid daring the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOB. Times! Ofilce, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18. 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, "Wallaroo, April 18. 1882, j Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s lOd. Eftdina—Wheat, 5b 9^d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7d. Barunga G-ap—Wheat, 5s 7£d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5b 8id. The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is 8d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is lOd per bushel per ton, both beiug rery scarce. JLegi&ler Office, Thursday, April 21. The wheat market Is somewhat easier, but prices remain the same—6s 3d per .bushel at Port Adelaide, and 6s at Port Pirie. No transactions in flour to report, and we quote £13 to £13 5s per ton for ordinary, and £14 to £14 5s for leading brands. Erin, 1b 7d to Is 8d : pollard, 1« 7d to Is 8d; oats, 3s 9d to 4s ; barley, 4a 6d to 4s 3d

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The wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

©lie -^SSaltoo ®inws. WAL.LA.BOO.- SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1882. Although doubt may exist at times as to the price of certain staples, nothing seems to be enshrouded in■ such .utter uncertainty as the -copper market. Even, those who bare made s life study of tbe subject, and have the statistics showing the produce and consumption at their fingers* end, seem to be little nearer the mark in tbeir prognostications, than ordinary individuals. Through the courtesy of one. of the leading mine superintendents ou the Peninsula we have been able to peruse a most exhaus tive review of the copper market by Messrs James and {Shakespeare of Lon don, dated 17ih January. The circular Is certainly calculated, to inspire us with fresh hope, but we have been so often discovered in this direction, that, as with i the rain, we cannot believe; zhat there ! is going to bo an improvement; until it really takesplace. Messre James and Shakspeare give as - their, reason for treating : the : -subject in; the inte...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FRIENDS, of the late JOHN HARRIS, are ve3pectfullj informed that HIS REMAINS will leave His late Residence, Matt a Matta House, for the place of Tn term ent in the MOONTA CEMETERY, at half past one o'clock to arrive at MOONTA about 4 o'clock, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, April 23,1882. B. OPIE, Undertaker. MARRIAGE. " Burt—Johkb.—On the 17tli April, 3882, at the residence of the bride's parents, Charles Arthur, eldest son -of the -late Matthew Waldran Burt, Lieutenant H.M. 17th Iianceri, to - ECzab -tli Uren, second daughter of Mr James Johns, Kadina.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

VICTOBIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. A collision took place on the Yarra this morning, between the steamers Queenscliffe and Black Eagle; but fortunately there was no damage done. The Victorian Parliament was opened by the Governor to-day. The speech forsbadows reform in the marine service, measures for dealing with food and drag adulteration, mining on private property, power to whip larrikins, and various other things. It expresses sympathy with the Queen in the late attempt at assassination, and also refers to the necessity**for strengthening the defences of the colony.

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DAMS IN NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

DAMS m NINNES. ' (to the editor of the wallaroo xnathsvs' Sib.—*-1 abould hot bare troubled yon bad it not been for the remarks of your ' correspondent, Mr Ormsby/appearing in issue of tbe JLQtb inst. He tries to Bbow that I was very seifigb, inasmuch tliat X wanted the dam to be bejond my own door, or on my own land, which I say it not true. .What I do want.is the .dam to be placed where it is most needed, among the pew selectors, say, between Thomas* Plain and the railway. I am not particular to a mile or two, but it certainly should not be put at the eastern end of the hundred where there is already a plentiful supply. Again, Mr Ormsby1 states the Government sent a competent.- officer to look out a site in the hundred of Ninnes, land after banting the hundred, through, he could not find a better one than Niones' Plains, and ha quite concurs with the officer's judgment as tbe place i* most central. I must agree with Mr Ormsby that it is in the centre of bis land but not inthe cent...

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PORT PIRIE. April 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

POET PIRIE. (From our own CorresoondentY Atiril 24. 1882. The long and continued drought haB at last broken up and all anxiety set at rest for on Friday night the lain catre down in torrenta and more than half an inch was ganged within six hours, and there is eyery prospect of fe continuous soaking. The American Circus arrived hen on Saturday but were unable to perform owing to the sloppy state of the ground. A somewhat dastardly/trick was attempted here last week on the_dep*rtureof a respect able young man who mi assistant in one of the local Banks. On his leaving by the Ema on Saturday night a concourse of would be swells, better styled as larrikins, took the opportunity of lowering themselves in the eyes of the pnblio by presenting the young fellow with a piece of plate, in the shape of a piece of broken crockeiy. We wonder how our worthy S.M, would look if Mr Pendleton, the Manager of Hallways, was to come here and present him with a token of the same kind as that which be hande...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Taeaday. fhe notorious Chiefs, Te Whiti and ; Totolraru have besii removed from/Tar- 1 anaki to Canterbury for trial. The Customs' returns ior the list year, i exceeds that of the previous one by 12| per cent. _ j

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LATEST NEWS EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Received 26th 8, p.m. London, 24th Aprl. THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

JSMEEiiT ■ •• 4 . - . V ?... ■ • , < -j .• \i; p&tf EUROPEAN TBIJEGBAMB, Received 26th 8, p.m. . . London, 24th Aprl. . THE BUDGET. Hie Budget speech which ■ has been delivered in the Honse of Commons discloses a most satisfactory .condition of affairs in connection with the finances of the country. It is apparent that the country is slow.Iy bat surely: recovering from the late depression in its finances. Mr Gladstone said he was especially gratified at two things, there wasa decided decrease in the consumption of drink, and an increase in the earnings of workmen. It is shown' that there will be £90,000 required for disbursments In connection with Cyprus, and £180,000 for extra pay to the Forces which have been fonnd necessary to maintain peace in Ireland. However, with all this, there is a surplus of £305,000. The itom of duties on private carriages shows a.'marked increaseIt has produced upwards of a quarter of a million during the year. This is to - be applied ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

fllBS above Seiiild1^ be pten to i ANYONE who "will give INFORMATION that wilimAD totheCON VIUTION of 'tl.e PERSON or PERSONS who WILFCT1LY SET ON FIREMY PREMISES on the Kadina And WiiiUrop BM^i onTlie morning ofthh27t3i March last. ' ~ ' BOBT. wnasHTRE,, Wallaroo Mines. April 4, 1882. KADINA INSTITU TE. BAZAAR! BAZAAR!! BAZAAR!!! * ALL those interested in the KADINA INSTITUTE are reminded that a BAZAAR, in aid of the funds for the building of the large HalL will be OPENED on the 24th MAY. On WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS SEWING MEETINGS are held In tho Reading Room, where all ladies are invited to attend. The following ladies, as stall holders, will be glad to receive donation? either in moaej. goods, or materials. Mrs Garner Mrs Anson " Christmas " Sellar « Sullivan " T. H. Hall " Robinson " Mirtin 41 Burden " Newman « T,anp " Minchin ERNEST W. MINCHIN, Hon. Secretary. FOR SALE. SECTION No. 257 and 268,1052 acres No. 272—634 acres. 284—548 " 291—576 " 327 276 " HUNDRED OF MAITLA...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Fleetwing, from Port Adelaide. Mercury, from Port Pine.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

MARRIAGE. Gbaham—Mask.—At the Weslejan Church, Auburn, on the 17th April, 1882, by the Rev. Mr Mather. Joseph, eecond eon of M>D. Graham, of Fort Wakefield, to Emma, Alwine, eldest daughter of the iateF. W. J. Mann, Esq., ofHoyleton,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

8. MAJBtaAKBi^S CHURCH 8CL10uL (PA8KEVIUB), , , .. ' ■, GREEN'S PLAINS MAS# ^ ' * - v - ' :0: A GRAND .ENTERTAINMENT and TEA MEETING- in connection withtho above will bo held THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1882. , -—-Q- ; The Public Tea will be opened at half past four o'clock. ■ :°: f;-: i"r-' -PEOGfi AMME OF concert.— Past Fibst. 1. Overture—(Piano and Violin)-—Selections from '• La Tambour Major," . . . Miss E. Coltman and Mr Taplin. 2. Song—" The Flying Dutchman," ; Mr Taplin. 3. Song—"Shells of the Ocean," . Mrs Coltman-. 4. Duet—(Instrumental)—"The Blue Sells of Scotland," with variations. " . ; - • . . -! Miss E. ^Coltman and Mr Taplin. 5. Song—" At the Ferry," . • . . . . Miss Sparkman. 6. Song—'Will o' the Wisp," . . . .... Mr Mann. 7. Song—" Ask me Again," • . . . . . Miss E. Coltman. 8. Duet—(Yoeal)—" Money Matters," . . Mies Sparkman and Mr Mann. - INTERVAL OF FIVE MINUSES. :0: Pabt Secokd. 9. Overture—(Piano and Violin)—Sel<ctionp. from Orpheus, . • • • •...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

VE3SEI<8 EXPEGXJED. Saxon, from Newcastle. . . . Moonta, ship, from Newcastle. . Verulain, from Newcastle. Royal Shepherd, 8.8., from: Port Adelaide. Otago from Newcastle. Peerless, from Port Adelaide. iTrsnfclin, s.s., fr<tin Port Adelaide. Lubra, S.8., from Port. Adelaide. Emu, S.8., from Port Pirie. Flinders, a.«., from Port Angusta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC^ To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as follows:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) ... . 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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THE SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

THE SMALL FARMERS. 1 The following article, although written in connection with American farming is thoroughly applicable to this colony, and maybe studied with profit by oar agricultnral readers. It is almost unanimously conceded by writers on political enconomy that, the most important and necessary class for the | prosperity and happiness of a State is that of the small farmers or peasantry. The ideal community, as described by poet and Statesman, is made tip of tillers of the soil, each secure on his own patch of land, on which, with economy and industry, he may support his family in comfort, and with all the advantages of religious and secular instruction. Unfortunately, however, such a lot seldom satisfies the ambition of a free born American citizen. Nearly all wbo are engaged in Agricultural pursuits are possessed with a desire to own more land that they can cultivate to profit. It is their ambition, as it is that Of many of oar heavy capitalists, to be able to look on thous...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, April 22-—Wind, S.W,; fresh, showery, Bar. 20-83. * . Hunduy, April 23—Wind, W.N.W. fresh showery Bar 29 80. JTondav, Ap^l 24—Wind, West, light, fine. Bar. 29*85. Tuesday, April. 26—Wind. WW., moderate," cloudy. Bar. 29-00.

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MINLATON. April 21, 1882.S [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

MINLATON. | (From our owtj Correspondent) >'=■ > 1 April 21,1882- 1 William Webb labourer, of nowhere in par- j titular, waa, yesterday, sentenced to a week's ] ixopriwnment in the gaol at Wallaroo, for j drunkeness, and using bad ianguage, on the JChe first person > be hba^wawirarintw^n - the township was the i' Olerk oi the^oca!_Court, requesting1 to ha jproriiedimith^^^ira lodging, bat onbeing told ihatl^^wlMjffi be accommodated in the lottk-fapj^pg take himself off without delay, hel|ccej^^ the situation without a muroiai^l^nd Wif£ speedily lost to-',view. • Sub^quedllji i^ ca^fid on Mr Smith the "hatcher, am^oftang else being handy, clandestinflyapprop*iated a solitary sausage which he, in ram, endeavoured to get cooked at sundry houses where he applied for the purpose,-and washeard to exclaim londly against the hardheartedneea displayed by the people, of t -Minlatpn in/consequence. Finding himself in the vicinity of the Wesleyan Churchi "Mmetime afterwards, he proceed...

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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, April 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

XADINA COBPOBATftm * 1 Moneay, April 24, 1882. Present His Worship the Mayor (Mr John J. Christmas) Councillors 33'ackney, Barnett, Bleakley, Johnston, Mitchell, Nobes, Bosewarne and tlieTown Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read -and confirmed. Mayob's Report. The Mayor Btated that there were one or two matters he would mention, which he considered of great importance to the Town. The first of these was the desirableness of calling a public meeting to hear the views of candidates seeking the suffrages of the electors of the Upper House.. It was very imporfont that good men should be returned to . the Legislative Council; and as *here were a large number of candidates in the field he thought they ought to. be . invited to address the electors on Yorke's Peninsula. The other inatter bad reference to the recent drought. He thought some steps should be taken to invite the Ministry, and a few others, to a banquet to bejield at Kadina on an early date. The district, no dou...

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