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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. The glut at Goolwa has been greatly reduced by the extra facilities afforded en the Goolwa and Port Victor tramway. Most elaborate arrangements are being made for the opening of the Great Norththern Railway in the middle of May. All members of Parliament and a great number of Other guests have been invited. It is reported that the conspracy cases against Barker and Horton will be finished to-night, in whieh ease the Court is likely to sit until midnight, and perhaps beyond tbat. Mr Downer's address and that of the Crown Prosecutor have been delivered. Mr Pater's address will follow, after which Judge Boncaut will sum up. 10 p.m. Wilson's great American Circus and Menagerie was landed at Port Adelaide this morning. They play at the Port tonight. Heavy rain lias, fallen at Craddock. Over three inches fell in six days. A son of Mr Tbos. West, farmer of Mount Bryan, has been missing since Wednesday. It is feared he is lost in the Mount Bryan ranges. He...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

■ = . - a V-:-: -*• Harbour Office, Wallaroo* I Time »ignal on the Government flagstaff at <he Harbour-Masters residence tlie flag H, (wKitf nndrad,) will be hoisted to the mast•kffftd erery 3uud*v tnorniug at five minutes to eight •> dock, Adelaide mean time, and on the instant of eight o'clock, the flag wil I drop com spending to G-rebliwieh meantitn e lGli 45m ^8 7a. After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will b« hoisted. 3. 0AB80N Observer.

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

• ; ... ■ . ' •;• -.7. ■ :, :^Shl|>pmgu^^:w. ...j ; ' . / FEOMD WALLAEOQ. ' " ■ •••••" ^as^- -aL' 1, a.UXmST£AM(; Dispatch thei? Steamers as under, when practicable :— ," •„ •"._' : • f;: FLpsnDlEBS,^■/■"■: FOE POST ATTGUSTA | Sin^AYMoRNixfe -•'■ ■ •■ '-' (_ at 7 a.in. ;";' - ' ■ ~~~ ° s EMU, - " FOE POET PIEEE— A ••Thursday, £at 7 oWoek a.m. . f~°~ LtTBRA, • POET LINCLON H Thubsdat or %3Sfnpm; .. ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. .; f FL1NDE%, - - I WED2txsd Air.; \ at;5 o'clock,, p-»,. POET ADELAIDE.--{ —?±'TXT ] FRANKLIN, ] s a ttt 'b d i x, ' ^ at 5 o'clock."p.m. FOE f LUBRA, FRANKLIN" I Aiteenate Tiru»si>Ay« • HAiEBOBr L ■ Passage money KPSX be paid before embarkation. 2fo orders'taken. »• -' t3*' -' All claims for short delivery or .damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel £ discharge-; and none will be admitted 'or breakage, &c.,-unless same is pointed out at. time.ofdischarge. ^ All cargo: is carried by these steamers subject to the clauses and exceptions / on the C...

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

SAILED. Wednp»<1av—Kleetwing, 49 tons, Williamson, Blaster, for Franklin Harbor, *. Wednesday, April 26—Flinders, E.8., 276 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Satnf day—Mercury, 25 tonB for Tort Lincoln. Thursday, April 27—Emn, s.h^ 395 tons, Creer, Bi&awr, for Port Pirie.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. WeJ-esd&y, April 36—Flinders, 8A, 275 tons, Anderson, master, front Port Augusta. Thursday, April 27—Ema, s.a., 383 tons, Creer, Bttter, fiom Port Adelaide. Same ^ay—Lubra, S3., 224 toss, Xzatt, master, from Port Adelaide via, Port Lincoln. Same day—Peerless, 392 tons. McKentie master, from Port Adelaide. Friday. April 38—Otago. 316 tons. Davidson, master, from Newcastle. Same day—George Schotten. 519 tons, from Port Adelaide.. Ballast ground. Friiay—Lubra, s.b., 221 tons, Izatt, master, from Franklin Harbor.

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PRINCE LEOPOLD'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

PRINCE LEOPOLD'S MARRIAGE. Prince Leopold's marriage with Princess Helena of Waldecls-Pyrmont, was celebrated with great pomp at'Windsor on Wednesday, in the presence of a large and most distinguished company. Altogether there Tvere thirty Royal Personages represented, five being present.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 27th April. Received, April 28, 10 p.m. TRICKETT v. HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

' latest news. Jf London, 27th April. Received, April 28,10 p.m. / teicketF^^ANLAN. Trigkctt is rising in public estimation ; fof the forthcoming match. Ho is rowing splendidly, and the odds which were a few I days ago 6 to 1 are now only 3 to 1 on the ] Canadian. i

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A DINNER TO THE MINISTRY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

A DINNER TO THE MINISTRY. (TO THE EDIT OS OF THE WAI&AEOO TIMES) Sib—Your worthy Mayor at the last meeting of the Kadina Town Council brought forward the subject of giving a public banquet to the Ministry for the able maauer in which they had met the wants of farmers in supplying water, &c. I agree with the Mayor, and think a public banquet should be given to the Ministry and our Members invited to attend also; but, Mr Editor, before the honor is given I should like to see them deserve it. I mean from a farmer's point of view, not a tradesman's. What have the Ministry done 1' Why, after having it completely forced upon them they se&t up a few tanks of water—nothing like sufficient for the demand. How many of us had to wait for at times 48 bcurs without beiog allowed a drink for oar cattle, and then bad to go with half a load. Can you. Sir, tell me if any contract is let for either of the Reservoirs asked for ? Are there any contracts very even out for them, A...

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY April 23, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

CLINTON DISTBICT COUNCIL. I Satubday April 23, 1881. Present—Mr J. Barton (Chairman,.) j Ore. Sawyers, Polkinghorne, Kain, and i Pater son. Minutes of the last meeting were, read and confirmed. Clerk reported that a meeting of the three districts, had been called together, to consider the Inefficiency of the boring to ils supplied to the Councils, and that he had been delegated to interview the Commissioner of Crown Lands on the subject^whicli bad accotdingly been done, tbe*result of which tliey knew from the published report of the "Wallaroo Times." Cb Sawyers said he attended the meeting in question and "would have been better pleased to have been more of the Council present. The Chairmak said t&at isonie of the ratepayers were not pleated, at the present v locality -of the boring trial Cb JLujt *atd the tools1 supplied were a farce and » public insult to the people of Yorke's Peninspla. Some time agohe was one of a deputation . that waited upon the Commissioner in Adelaid...

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DAM AT NINNES PLAINS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

dam: at ninnes plains. TO TUB EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. Sib,—I felt rather amused at the statement of Mr Ormsby anent the dam at Ninnes Plains, appearing; in a recent issue of your paper. I cannot for the life of me see why the Government want tQ pat another dam near the site of tbe one at present leased by ifr Ormsby,-pr what motive tbe latter can have in inducing tbe government to expend more money in sinking a dam where there's one now that is seldom if over filled. I have had mote tban twenty-two years experience in carting on the Peninsala, and therefore know pretty well were water oonld be conserved and would suggestthaton&be placed five or six miles away from l£r Ormsby'a dam to tbe north-east, at or near tbe foot of the Hummocks range, some wibew^'jiefjp^i'.' tbe old Clare track. At the place referred ^ - ■ to the water runs away in. torrents after every shower of rain. Tbe particular spot I refer to would suit not only the new "settlers in Ninnes, but these in t...

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THE PROPOSED DINNER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MINISTRY (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

THE PROPOSED DINNER TO THE MEMBEES OF THE MINISTRY (TO THE EDETOB OF THE WAIiLABOO TIMES). Sib,—The proposal to ask the members of the present Ministry to waste two days time, and travel over a 100 miles for tlie sake of a dinner, and to tell them we are satisfied with, their action in. respect to the late water famine, strikes me as a great piece of " bunkum," and can only arise from aa orcr estimate of oar own importance. The Government did its doty, and if it Is requisite to acknowledge it, let the Town plerks.of the three Corporations se&d a letter to that effect to them, bat to expect them to come op and listen to a lot of after dinner twaddle is expecting rather too much, and is a poor return for their prompt action in the matter, —I am, &c., MILES' BOY..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 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) 4b. SingleJCopy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during1 the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. "Wallaroo—Wheat. 5s lOd. Kadina—Wheat, 5s 9^d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7d. Barunga Gap—Wbeat, 5s 7£d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s gld. The following are the prices ourrent for pro luce 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 being very scarce. Register Office, Thttrsday, April 27. The wheat market is slightly easier on account oi limited demand. Highest price obt&ioubly now it 6s per bushel. Leading brands of dour, £14 ; ordinary, £13. Bran, Is 7d ; pollard. Is 7d; oats, 3s 9d to 4s: barley, 4s 3d to 4s 6d.

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PORT AUGUSTA. April 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

POET AUGUSTA. (From our own correspondent.) I April 26, 1882. The drought wi ich has lasted so long has at length broken up and we have received b fair share of the downpour which has been so general throughout the colony. On Friday evening last a steady rain set in and up to 9 a.m. on Monday over 1£ inches had been registered. Sain commenced again early this morning and has continued all day without intermission the heaviest that has been known for years falling this afternoon from 3 to 5. Already faces present a brighter appearance and people speak more hopefully of the future. A well attended public meeting was held in the Council Chamber last evening to take into consideration the question of letting the frontage of the Park Lands abutting on the Stirling road to a depth of 200 feet; the amount derived from rent to be expanded in improving and beautifying the rest of the Park. This action was taken by the council <&8 they considered that it was not jas> tha...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

CI)t ®?Eallaro0 Ciiiws. WALLABOO. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1882. Oub late telegrams announce the fact that the charge against James Baker and Dr. Rorton, has at last been completed, both prisoners being found guilty. Few who hare watehed the proceedings will feel surprised at this. The prisoners bare been ablydefended, but it mast certainly be tbe reverse of comforting to Dr Horton to know that his own witnesses hare been tbe maiu cause of condemning him iu the eyes of the Court. Now that abundance of rain has fallen, we are too apt to forget the hardships wbich so many of the farmers bare endured for tbe past three months. This ■say he pardonable on the part of those not immediately interested, for even the farmers themselves are so orerjoyed at : onee more baring plenty of water that; they at times forget for a while their own | sufferings in the past; until their thoughts j are cast to their financial affairs when, j alas! they are brought once more face to i face with stern reality ;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 April 1882

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FRIENDS of the late Mr Ben. Bates, are respectfully informed that his Remains will leave his late residence at Boor's Plains, for the Kadina Cemetery, on SUNDAY (to-morrow) April 30, 1882, at 2 p.m. B. OPIE, Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882

■■: ,^,^||^pti)g|':e'55 -r The ?in^iwitt^spaw?4 ETON that» will iJiSAD^to theJ&O^FI^&If of the FULLY 8E!£; on the Kadina tli"^ ! morning of the 27th '*'* EOBI.^feX^g|!; -• Waljaroo Mine?.'' April4,im -rj ,, :.. BAZAARiBAZAAR! 4 BAZ^AjB! J1 [' ALL those interested in-ilhj^ipiifAj INSTITUTE are, .^miadedt 'ijjat *1 a BAZAAR in aid pf the fundsfor tbe.buildihg. of the large -HalL^ will-.be _-0PEI?Ej>t on tie -1 24th MAY. OnWEDNJpSDAX «n.d FRIDAY AFTERNOONS.>£E\^§:.,^E:r-, INGS areheld ah thc'I^ding,^Rnoi}i, fwherg' all ladies areinvited ty, attend, C §* The following 'ladies, -foefalb hoj-deee, will be glad toreeeice donatian6.«ither jb" rg<!nej. goods, or materials. . : < ^ :< ." •. lbs Garner Mrs Anson1 / " Christmas ■ " Sella* / V "Sullivan •-,. . = V Ti Si Hall "" ^Robinson . , .. . ,/V. . lt Burden ... %Npyrman": ' I "Lang J. <f.Minclyn'- ;. < ®BNEST W; MmCHDf,' :>. . .Hpn. Secretary. ' FOR SALE*. ' . ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. \ I Peerless, from Port Adelaide. ■ _ Otaso. from Newcastle. G«orge Schotten, from Port'Adelaide.- - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882

5 THE GREAT AMEOICAN C IRC U S IS COMING! AlTD will OPEN at X AD IN A on SATURDAY akd MONDAY, May 6 *nd 8, 1882. AT WALLAROO, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, Mat 9 & 10. AT MOONTA . THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May 11,32, and 13. H. LING ART), * A gen*. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF WALLAROO. ENTLEMEN—In lesponee to sn influv" ential and representative deputation, I am a Candidate for the Legislative Council. My Political opinions and personal character are well known to you, and, if elected, I will serve you faithfully. I leave the issue in your hands with confidence. Yours respectively, M.'H. MADGE CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES at H. PEARSON'S GRATES STREET, KADINA. H PEARSON has always on hand a • Large and Well Assorted Stock of ENGLISH. COLONIAL&CONTINENTAL BOOTS AND SHOES, From which Customers mav select, AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES! Men's Strong Boots, at 12s per pair, worth 14s Men's Bluchers, at 8s 6d per pair. Men's Elastic Sides, ...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. . 1 Saxon. from Newcastle. Hoonta, ship, from Newcastle. Vernlnm, from Newcastle. - . Royal Shepherd, s.b., from Port Adelaide. Iiubra, s.&,:froxn Port Adelaide; f c Emu,from Port Pirie. J *" E" Flinderfl, fi^m"Port:AtigTi8ta. Franklin, u.n., from Port Adelaide.'

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