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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. ' Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 10d. Kadina—Wheat, 5a 9|d. Moonta—Wheat, 6s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7d. Barunga G-ap—Wheat. 5a 7bA. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s The following are the prices current for pro luce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 I5s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, la 8d per bushel per ton. Poliard, Is 10d per bushel per ton, both being rery scarce. Register Office, Monday, April 24. The wheat market continues about the same, with no sales of importance to report. Prime samples, 6s 2d to 6s 3d per bushel. Flour remains about the same. Leading brands £14 per ton, at which price extensive sales hare been made, ordinary brands'offering at £13. Bran, firm at Is 8d per bashel; pollard, firm at Is 8d per bu»hel; oats, firm 3s 9d to 4s ; barley, firm at 4s 6i

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

gTlje Wallaroo Ctitttg. WALLA.BOO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 26, 1882. It is with regret that we announce the death of Mr W. T. Sheppard, the Auditor-General, which took place at 7 o'clock last night, There are few officers in the service more deservedly esteemed than the deceased gentleman was. . Previous to the removal of Mr .Kitchen Mr Sheppard for roanj years held the respectable office of Under Treasurer, a position he filled with credit. He was always obliging, and Id all his doings was thoroughly* unselfish. The colony can ill afford to loose aucb men. The question of dividing the province into Electoral districts is ene that has frequently been discussed both in the House of Assembly and outside; but its consider-, atioo in either place has not so far had any good effect, lior does it seem that he are any nearer to a satisfactory conclusion. Of course in the days when the present division was settled, with the exception oi the sooth and the. country immediately around Adelaide, there...

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

LITERATURE. The February number of.the Contemporary Review opens with an article by the Duke of Argyle on " Agricultural Depression." The article is in the Duke's best etjle, and the subject is one upon which his Grace ia well qualified to give an opinion. He refers particularly to au essay by Mr Proafc on " Profit| ableClay Farming," and also to an addreaB by ' Mr Caird in November, 1881, to the Statistical Society. - The article-is to a certain .extent a review of these tiro publications. Agrioulturut* will do veil to read, mark, and inwardly digest what his Grace has said upon this subject. Ia his opinion the present * agricultural distress is not Owing to low prices but to bad seasons. The tone of the article is, howeyer, hopeful. The second article by Mr W. H. Ma! lock entitled " The functions of Wealth" is founded npon a sentence which appeared in St. James' Gazette, November 18, 1881. The sentence is, " This is, no doubt, the thing which lies at tbe root of all demo-; cratic ...

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ELDER, SMITH, & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

ELDER, SMITH, & Co's. ADELAIDE PKODUCE BEfOBT. Afeii. 20. Messrs Elder, Smith, & Co's produce report, dated 20th inst., is as follows:—"The past week's business has been of a quiet character, supplies being moderate and the demand having somewhat subsided. .Wool.—The onl\ lots of greasy now offering are odds and ends of clips, which, however, command good prices. Felltuongere' scoured parcels »ell a< about Is 3d to Is 5d. Account sales of wools sold in Antwerp two months ago have been received here lately, and the result is fairlj satisfactory. We look for an increased demand during the coming season from Continental buyers, as we hear oftresh firms arranging to be represented here. SHEEPSKINS — The market continues fi»m, and well-preserved skins of good quality bring from 3s 6J to .4 each. Hides.—A large quantity were offered in the early part of the week, but prices an without alteration, and we quote values at from 3J to 4£ per lb., according to weight ...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

TIMK SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. Time signal on the Government flagstaff^ j <'ie iliirtioiir-llMiersi r^idenco tlie flagTl, j f *hitf an l «tl,) will bi' ItoiMcti to the mast„ead every, iinulav morning nt five minuteaj to eight j'elock, Atlel«i Je mean time, ana^on ] the instant of eiglit >'clock, the flag will drop j oorrispomlina to (Greenwich mean time lOh'J 45m 38 7*. After tlie time signal lias been made the Union Jack will hoisted. J.OAtt&UN Observer.

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

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. «oa^ -is*. ; : flTHB SBEN<?EB*8 i GUIiFSTEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, «dtltoH[K> Dispatch their Steamers &b under, when practicable :— f FLINDERS, FOR POBT AUGUSTA^ SoitoatMOMOTG (_ at 7 a.m. ' ° r EMU, FOB POBT PIECE— < Thussday, («t 7 o'clock a.m. f~° LUBE A, POBT LINCLON-j Thcbsday or Friday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f FLTNDEBS, IWlBKKSBAI. at 6 o'clock, p.m. POBT ADELAIDE.—{ —o— __ l fbanklin, j 8 A *ctr B"b A. T, at 6 o'clock, p Jn. s. ■ .. -o- ■ FOB f LUBBA, _■ FRANKLIN | Aitkbnatb Twra»DArs HABBOB i. At Span. Passage money must lie paid before embarkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage most be rendered within 24 hour® of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted fei breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out lit time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers subject to the clauses and exceptions on the Coinp#p?' form of Bill of LadingThe Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H, ...

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

SAILED. Satuday, April 21—Bosphorua, 290 tons, Gadd, master, for Ken-castle. Saturday, April 22—Franklin, a.B., 393 tons, ' Crocker, master, Tor Port Adelaide. Sunday, April 23—Flinders, 8.8, 275 tons, ■ Anderson, master, for Port Augusta.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

S HI f PING N E fs. ARRIVED. . Saturday. April 23—Franklin, 8.8., 393 tons, Crocker, master, from l'nrt Augusta. Sunday, Apt it 23—Flinders, 8.6., 275 tons, . Anderson, master, from Port Adelaide. Same day—Heronry, 18 tons from Port Pirie. Monday, April 24—Fleetwing, 45 tons Williamson, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Victoria.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 4.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 4.45 p.m.   Joseph Collins, who was recently charged with falsely representing certain wine which he offered for sale as Krug's Champagne, and whose case was adjourned until to-day, has been committed for trial for false pretences. The Government intend introducing an amended Main Roads' Bill next session. Advices from the interior reports a deplorable state of affairs, owing to the want of rain. The drought has lasted at Charlotte Waters for sixteen months. Nearly all the squatters have suffered great loss, except those along the McDonald ranges, where the drought has not been so severe. From the Peake to the Government Gums no water can be procured. At the latter place two shillings are charged for a small bucket full. In the Insolvency Court to-day James Gaffney, farmer, of Hamley Bridge, was committed to gaol sine die until he makes a full and satisfactory disclosure of his property. The Governor has declined to comply with the request o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

- ' JL " Al^^^hp^av^y:!J«OB^A;4 if^elEMsON^ | ;:;:^ : '■;■■:J" on -ihB>a£w^a-^ \ , inoming ofthe^fliMarch-jast,- titUs^'-i - • s ■ • ■ *• - -:.- &OBT. WILLS H*REifc-,;:; '.;" '" ■ /"::'",5^ilanO!o£Minp?»-iv.;i • • April 4,1882. ... . ••■■';. EADINA INSTITUTE.- ' .C i BAZAAR! BAZAA^i ^ ALL those interested'.in the EADINA. INSTITUTE arp reminded that; a BAZAAR in aid ofthefutids forthe building, . of the large HalL'williwi OPENED j>n( he; 24th liAYr <)ri WEDNl^DA^ DAY AFTERNOONS SEFP^rMEPEH INGS are heldin the Blading -Room,, where all ladies areinvited-toattend.'*.' .*• ,'• ■. ,-, -f:>:■-■ The followingladies, las .-stall 4iolderBj -will be glad to receive donatidns-either in money-" goods, or materials. -.■::; Mrs Garner ; • Mrs Anson; " Christmas :<'■'■ - t,iSsllajv; .-,.. " Sullivan " T. H: Hall: *' Robinson ■ • ■ - ■■ ^M'l.rtjn:. "Burden ' ■■- ?s Newman: . " Lang . - i'f Minchin ERNEST W. MINClrfN, ; V- - ■ Hon.; Secretary. SECTION ,No, ^and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

THE YpRKE'S PENINSULA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A SUBSCRIBERS MEETING will be held at the Secretary's Office, GrnvesStreet Kadina, on the Afternoon of TUESDAY, May 2,1882, for the transaction of the following business,—namely, To Receive Balance-Sheet and Auditors' Report, and Elect Officers for the coining year. JOHN J. CHRISTMASSecretary, Kadina, April 27,18S2. ST. MARY'S CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL, WALLAROO. A GRAND DISSOLVING VIEW ENTERTAINMENT " will be given in connection with the above Sunday School, in the INSTITUTE HALL, Wallaroa on MONDAY EVENING next, May 1, 1882. The views will consist of The Pilgrim's Progress. English and other Cathedrals. And Comic pictures. admission—sixpence. The same entertainment will be repeated in the Oddfellows' Hal!, Kadina, on behalf of the Christ Church Sunday School, on the following Wednesday evening, May 3, 1882, admission—sixpence. The Entertainment will commence on each evening at 7 o'clock. MULLEN1ZING- PLOUGHS TO FARMERS AND SETTLERS IN THE HUN...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Labia, b.». 253 tons, Izatt master, from Fort Adelaide "via. Port Lincoln and Hoonta Bay. Paseen .ers—I in the cabin. Cargo for Wallaroo— 8 Burpee, 50 W.S. Works, 25 Bath, 2 Darke, 34 North & Haraao, 1 Chatfield, 6 Levido, 2 Birfcs, 2 Trye,2 Bolltnever, 2 Behverg»2015 Danes and Co., Thomas. 11 Co-operative Society. 1 Bo w» ring, 3 Gerrasi. For Kadina—la CmjIc. J. Hall, 3 Ba-nett. ; 1 Kennedy, 1 Maalin, 7 Thomas and White, 8 • Anson, 7 Brown, 1 TippeU, 2 Ward,. I 3aliSe. 32 Qainton, 1 Gl&sson, 16Haddy, 71. H. Hall, 1 Wallanto Mine*, 12 Blackney. 6 Clark & Co., 1 Burden. 1 Secombe. 13 Borlaet. -if «T. Brows. 7 Williams. 7 STregloao. For Snowtown—lis Snowball and Co. 4 Ketehford. e Tate. Stephens and Cc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

THE GREAT AMECICAN :€; r B O 'tJ s IS COMING! AND will OPE N at' K AD IN A- oh SATIJEDAT and MONDAY, May 6 and 8, 1882. AT WALLAROO, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, Mat 9 & 10. AT MOONTA THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Majj.1,12, and 13. H. L1NGARD, Agci*.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

EXPOKTS. Per Lnbra s.s. 223 tons, for Fort Adelaide—11 I Smith. 4 do Primrose and Co., ? do Baraett j 2 WorcUon and Co.. 1 RoaMe veil, 40 do B&scoe.

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TERRIBLE EXAMPLE OF THE BLOODGUILTINESS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

TERRIBLE EXAMPLE OF THE ^I^ODGOITONISSS OP W&& Ii;waB the bight before Christmas, 1864. Oar ^brigade had been In camp along the Hapidan for a fortnight, and everybody thought the campaign had closed. Winter, quarters had been erected, cold weather had come, and those who had fought and marched the long summer through congratulated themselves on a season of quiet and rest. The picket-lines were about half-a-mile apart, and the Confederates beyond ?rere also settling down in winter quarters. It was Stonewall Jackson's old brigade in front of ns, backed by that of Walker, and flanked by other Confederate troops. For a week there had been no firing by the pickets. War's cold-blooded murders had been replaced by a spirit of peace, and Ihe men who had felt the tiger's thirst for blood now asked nothing more than to rest undisturbed. Such was the situation, when, just as the gloom of that night before Christmas settled down over friend and foe, my company was ordered out un...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

VESSELS IN HAEBOE. Peerless. from Port Adelaide. Ot»go. from Newcastle. George Scbotten, from Fort Adelaide.

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SWEEPING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

SWEEPING UP. This seems to be a very singular text to found an article on, but after giving the subject careful attention we are convinced there is more in it than many people imagine. This subject is intended for the young beginners, though it may be not only of interest but of value to many of the older apprentices. Who ever saw a boy that wanted to sweep out the office P How many of them do not feel that it is degrading and that "someone else" ought to do it? And "who ever saw a boy that was conscientious enough to carefully pick up all the pi, clean it, and distribute it ? It seems to them a most monotonously digagreeable duty, but it is one necessary to their education; the education, not of the brain and hand, but of the will, which-is far more important. Overseers cannot make a greater mistake than to make a distinction, or to show a preference to apprentices; or, in other words, to make " fish of one and flesh of another." They should all be ; treated alike, whether their fa...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Saxon, from Newcastle. i Moonta. ship, from Newcastle. ! Vernlam, from Newcastle. Boys.1 Shepherd, s.s., from Port Adelaide. j I>utir8.,«.s., fmm P"rt Adelaide, I Emu. 8.8., from Port Pirie. Flinders, from Port Adelaide. j Franklin, a.s., from Port Augusta. j

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CLOSE OF THE CONSPIRACY CASE BOTH PRISONERS FOUND GUILTY. SENTENCE DEFERRED. Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

CLOSE OF THE CONSPIRACY CASE BOTH PRISONERS FOUND GUILTY. SENTENCE DEFEELEED. Midnight. The conspiracy case was finished about ten o'clock. Barker and Horton were both found guilty, bat the sentences were deferred until Tuesday. In the morning Mr Downtr made a powerful speech on behalt of his client, at the close of which there was considerably applause in tlie Conrt; but this was promptly suppressed. Mr Symon followed on behalf of the Crown and spoke until nearly dusk. After a -short adjournment Mr Pater addressed the Court on bebalf of Barker for an hour and a half. Judge Boacaut occupied a similar time in summing tip. In the course of his remarks he said he would have been donbtful of sending Dr Horton to the 3Tury1mt for the eyidetice of the witnesses for the defence, which corroboiated the evidence for the prosecution in the main i features. The jury retired at.about half past nine and at ten o'clock returned with a verdict of guilty.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

WEATHER. I -Wednesday, April 36—Wind, N.W.. fine, Bar. 2# "70. Thursday. April 27—Wind, North, fine, Bar. 2980. Friday, April 28—Wind, North, fair. Bar. 29-80.

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