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ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. THE CONSPIRACY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. THE CONSPIRACY CASE. To-day before the case against the Insurance conspirators was called on Mr H. E. Downer asked that the case be adjourned until next sittings on the ground that Barker and Horton had been convicted already, and the evidence bad been reported verbatim, in addition to which the leading newspapers had given strong articles on the subject.Consequently there would necessarily be strong predjudices existing against the prisoners amongst the class from which the juries were chosen, and the prisoners might not have a fair trial. Mr Pater offered no objection to proceeding with the trial. Mr Dagenhardt who appears for DuBarry was also willing to go on. The Judge refused to entertain Mr Downer's application. Barker, Morrison and DuBariy were then duly charged with conspiring to defraud the Alliance Insurance Society of £5.000,. The Hon. C. Mann and Messrs J. H. Symon and Moore prosecuted an behalf of the Crown ; Messrs H- E. Downer and C...
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
WEATHER. . , Saturday, April £9—Wind, S,W„ strong, rain, Bar.29*75. ' '■ " • - r" • Sunday, April 80—Wind, S.S.JY^etrong showery - Bar 29-65. Monday, May 1—Wind, "B.V7., fre8fcj «ht>wery, Bar. 30-30. Tuesday, 3Iajr 2-W^iild,-. J3.W.., v moderate, ehowery, Bar. 30 40. * .
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
OOMMERCIiLL. Wallaroo Timet Office, . Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. Wallaroo-—Wheat. Se lOd. / Kftdlaa—Wheat, 6s 9 jd. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7dBarunga Gap—Wheat, Be 7£d. Green's Plains—Wheat,,5s gfrd» The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroor-. Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, le 8d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is lOd per bushel perton, both being Tory scarce. BegUier Office, Monday„Maj L The wheat market is■ somewhat -easier;' ruling prices now is 6s to (feZd _per-. bushel, but at this sales have not taken, place. Flour • is without change v town, brap&s, £14.; country, £13. Bran, Is &lt;Fd to 1b 43dt ppllard, Is 7d to l«8d ; oats, 4a to 4s 3d; barlej, 4a 3d to 4s 6d. .
ELDER, SMITH, & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
ELDER, SMITH, & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODtfCE BEPORT. "Aeeil 27." JtaainoaB daring tbe past^feefc has been ratter quifat, and as oar stocks' of breadgtuffs are low there is not much room for important transactions. Wool—The small irregular lots of greasy ■wool coming forward at thp season of the year are readily bought at from 5d to 9d.- per. lb, and parcels of scoured bring from le 3d to Is 6d. We notice "that the Antwerp Bales held last week sustained'Loiidon prices for merino, hat crossbred wools "shoved a fall of Id per lb. SksEFS&^-M3onsiderable $aantities are now coming forward, and wo quote good skins at 3s 6d to 4s eaeh. Hides.—The 'The Market continues steady at previous quotations, a&mely, 3d to Sd per lb, according to weight and quality! Tauow akd Pat. ■—Prices are firm, and we quote.bert .mutton at £33 to £34: pur ton, while1 beef and mixed are worth £31 to £32. Country lots not in ahipping condition bring from 27s to 30s per cwt. I^it is worth 2d to 2|...
TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
TOES! SIGNAL. 1 HarbourOfficfi,-Wallaroo. , ] Time signal on the Gorernment flagstaff at \ the Harbour-Masters residence the flag ^IJ^ (whitf andred.) will be faoi&ted to the mast*ead every Bandar morning at five minute^ to sight o olock, Adelaide mean-time, and Ojjji the instant of eight o'clock, the flag-will drm oorruspouding to Greenwich mean time lwi| 45m 38;7a. After the time signal has been made the Union Jaok will be hoisted. S. CABSON ObierFer-..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
Shipping. - FROM WALLAROO. * ffIHE SPJSWOBB'S J- GULF STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch theii Steamers as under, when practicable:— f FLINDERS, for port augubta-j smn>atmokking £ at 7 a.m. —o r EMU, FOE POET PIEIE— &lt; Thubsday, (.at 7 o'clock a.m. o. f LTJBRA, POET HSCL0N4 Thubsday or Friday, at 4 o'clock p.m. 0 f FLINDERS, WlDSSSSAI. at 5 o'clock. p.in. POET ADELAIDE.—| —o— s,f FRANELIN, . • Satcbb at, -x ^ at 6 o'clock. p.m. o "FOE f LTJBRA, FRANKLIN j AIiTkbjtate THOBflDAi'e HAEBOE l_ At 2 p.m. . o—— Passage mosey MUST be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. Ail claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24hours , of vessel's discharge; and none frill be admitted for breakage, &cM unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried bj these.steamen subject to the clauses and exceptions on the Comg&PF' form of Bill of LadingThe Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WAED, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances;. OPIE'...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
SAILED. ' J Saturday, April 29—Emnklin, s.s., 393 tons/ Crocker,master.forPcrt Adelaide.' ' . * 8tmday, April 30—Flinders, ' «.8v: 275' tone, Anderson, master, I'm Port Angosta., ■
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
s h h prifcg-i i^b w>& ABBTVSD. ; Saturday. April 29—Franklin, as., 393 tons, Crooker, master, from Port Augusta. Sam* day—I>ady Daly. 68 tons, Knapp, master, from Port-Adelaide. . Snnday, 'April "3&—Flindersi: b-V# 275 tons. Anderson, master. ftom^ortAdelMde. -
LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
,#iE fiiWisiL"; ■ The March number of the " Contempo£?r^r?'er*ew'" °peM with an article, by F. W. Farrar D.D.. entitled, "The Revised Version and its Assailants." It would seem that the attacks which hnye been made upon the Revised Version of the New Testament have been very .numerous and very severe; and as Canon Farrar thinks and endeavours . to show, very unjust and unwarrantable. The fiercest and most unreasonable criticisms it would seem have appeared in the " Quarterly Review," He does not, however, enter into a refutation of the virulent articles which have appeared in the " Quarterly," but confines himself to a volume by Sir Edmund Beckett. In every case Dr Farrar shows that the objections brought against the Revisers are really brought against the Apostles and Evangelists ; and that the Revised Version is a more correct rendering of the original than the authorised version is. Argyle has another paper on " Agricultural Depression " which will be read with interest both by L...
POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, May 1, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdaon, S.M., and D. Bews,J.P., [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
POLIOS OOUBT—WALLAROO. Monday, May 1,1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdaon, S.M., and D. Bews,J.P., Robert Ross was charged by Mary Butler with being the owner of a dog that did damage to plaintiff's property, viz, killed a dog, fgp which the plaintiff claimed £g. Mary Bailor, * plaintiiE On the 2nd of April Ki Boss1 girl knocked at my door and told me to come down and take my dog away, that their dog had killed it. I went down, and Mrs Hoss came to the door. I asked her if she oonld not have prevented her dog killing it. She told me she had something else to mind, I then came away. She acknowledged seeing her dog kill mine.It was in the pnblio road* I claim £2 for the dog, as I have paid the registration fee for six years. Those are the grounds on which I make the claim. Have had the dog nine years. - It was a iittlo terrier. Mr Boss* is & eavage dog. . Frttocia Ulizabeth ^oss, wife of defendant— Went on the beach on the day in question. In coining home Mrs Batter's dog followed ...
THE WARM AND COLD SHADES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
THE WAJELM AND COLD SHADES OF LIFE. An industrious German, Biron C. F. Kolb, has compiled a book of universal statistics-which furnishes a number of intersting facts regarding hujaan life. His figures show that every advance made bj a people in morality, is profitable and healthy employment, and useful knowledge, brings it nearer to the ideal —'the greatest natural tenure of life. Domestic virtue also tells favorably on the health and wealth of a population. Thus in Bavaria, oat of 1000 children horp alive, there died, of legitmate children, 248 boys, and 912 girls j of illegitimate, 361 boys and 842 girls. Out of 100 children suckled by tbefr mother, only 18*2 died during the first year; of those nursed by wet nurseB, 29*33 died; of those artificially fed, 60 diedj of those, brought up in institutions, 80 died in the 100. The influence^ on morality is also shown by Baron iKolb. Taking 1000 well-to-do persons a»d;another 1000 of poor persons—after five years tberef remained alive of...
LORD HOLLAND AND HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
LOED HOLLAND AND HIS SON. The following pleasant little social gleam or life-picture, is culled from a sketch of the Life and Time of Mr Eos reprinted in an exchange, Father and Son; Mr Fox, afterwards Lord Holland, made it a rale in the government of his children to assist and direct nature but never to force, or drive it or to interrupt it. He early perceived thathis son Charles was particularly bright and promising; and he determined that the boy should have every advantage. He permitted him to enter into conversation with men, where he aquitted himself to the surprise of all who heard him. It was this early habit of freedom of thought, and association with master minds that enabled him, in after years, so promptly and surely to throw himself and all his energies, into the senatorinl breech, where his power for conquest was needed; and, when needed, sure to be given. But here is the pleasant scrap. While the elder Eos was Secretary of State he used to allow Charles to read all hi...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
€i)t WaUatoo Chira. WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY,"MAY 3, 1882. Thehe are few towns in the colony in apoution to make from £300 to£500 per annum oat of a few acres their Park. Lands, and we hope there are fewer still, being in that position, that possess ratepayers shortsighted enough to oppose those who are seeking to confer- each benefit on the - place.- Port Augusta, however, at prescpt is in possession of both . the advantage and disadvantage referred to. There, is; a■ small strip of the park lands,- admirably suited for business 'Bites, and from the small quantity that would be taken up. it could in no way interfere with, or detract from the asefulnessbf the park lands*, bat, on the contrary, wo$d bring in a revenue that would enable-the Corporation to improve these lands in a "way that would ' render .them - a credit : to the town, a thing - that can bardly be said of them now. A meeting was held at Port Augusta a - few days ago to test the feeliog of" the- ratepayers on the subject; wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
JOTICE TO THEPITBLIC. ^ Torday the WALLA&OO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in fature VfUl he 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. P. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, May 1, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and D. Bews, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 May 1882
LOCAL COUBT—WALLAEOO. Monday, May 1,1882. (Before J» B. Sfaepherdson, Esq., S.M., and D. Bewe, J.P.) Jones v Rtjsseli.—Claim for £9 3s 6d. Defendant did not appear; but paid into oonrt £5 9s fid including coBts, 14s: Sdward Jones, wheelwright, Wallaroo. I was engaged to work for defendant on serera^occasions previously, at 7a 6d per day with food and lodging when at carpenter work. The fleet item chained on the bill was four days-well sinking. There was nothing Baid about terms. He sent for me to finish the well that bad been sunk forty feet. Worked the other six days that were next charged on the bilL I did all the work mentioned in these particulars. The sums credited are the only ones I received, leaving the balance of £9 3s 6a. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed less, £6 "9s 6d paid into cout. FonrteenMs^_ to be allowed defendant for applying to i>ave the judgment set aside.