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RELEASE OF IRISH SUSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

• RELEASE OF fRISH SUSPECTS. !'On"- further consideration the Government have decided to- release Michael Davitt the originator of the Land League, Srho wasidetamed in Portland gaol after the keleaBe of the other leading suspects from Kilmainham.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

-fjATEST 'NEWS. EUROPEAN ^TELEGRAMS. h 1 IiOridon, May 4U HeeciveS May 5, 6,28.p.m,

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

POLICE COURT—EADINA. Wednesday May 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Sbepherdeon, Esq., S.M.) John Williams was charged with assaulting Mary Bennetts at Wallaroo Mines, on April 22, and Mary Bennetts was charged on a cross-information wi^.h assaulting John Williams. Both pleaded not guilty. Mr James appeared for Williams. M. Bennettp, Remen ber 22nd Apr>^< Saw defendant between my place and the road. He cut of uiy water ran and I opened it, He came out with a shovel to fill it up'. He said " art thee goin' in P" I said " no." He said " If thee arn't goin in I'll knock tliee down." I said "knock me down." He repeated it and then he- hit me with hie closed flpf. it rpge 9 glister. He struck me two or thrpe times. One blow oh the shoulder is very sora... His Missus and daughter prevented him from hitting me again. He said let me go and I'll kill the By Mr James—We are neighbours, but haven't been very neighbourly for three years. Dop't know if defendant lives under a mining lease. H...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, May 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

LOCAL COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, May 3,1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson. S.M ) Spute t. Pattebson—Claim for £1 12a, commission on sale of a team of bullocks. Joseph Spink, auctioneer—On Monday, March 6, in the forenoon, was in the Station yard. Defendant came up to me and told me be wanted to purchase some bullocks. There was a team in the yard and he asked me if I knew whether they were for sale. Said I thought I knew the owner; and he (defendant) ask»d me to try and find out, and purchase them for him. Aeked what be wished to give. He said £30. The owner (aB I thought) was coming across the Station yard, and I called him over and asked if the bullocks were for sale. He said " yes." Asked what he wanted for them and he replied £40. Told him it was too much. He said " they belong to my brother, you purchase them cheaper from him." Defendant said he had to go by the 3 o'clock train to Snowtown. He gave me his address and instructed me to purchase at £32, He said he was doubtful of the e...

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ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL, KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

annual examination of the of the' Peninsafaj^if^reJ^ ihBt secures the same omnnSfrf^llpfAl interest ia the auuaal one condacted by the Silte|p^ S||l£seph,at3£adma. A large oqmbe^bf JPy parents and friends of the cl&dren^i%va make a point of being preStetffPnThe little ones vie with each daring the year in the preparation of fancy work of all kinds, which Is dis"|Slfiyed*fd1f-th«"Bdtfit;ationt)f-those«ttenQ-. rft* pxamioHtiop, and the Mer Father Kennedy- invariably - delWers'att address -*fc-4he~xanr.l union, jjghich^if nuT?P|uy studied, most, pf necessity result children. The SisteraofSt- J^OBepheannotbe spoken of too fiieHy_^oj^he interest they t|ke pi the children of .the church Ja ~ whichtbey belong—andllt is not confined ;to ifcaSfetfitt that- nninberii of wotestantsare . tending theircbildren to the school. _ Those-: who have attended these -exafahifa&tions~l cannot fail to mark the improvement that has taken plate in i M»e children5 «nd the yonng folks that tor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

Igpr Mr A. J- Huet, Surgeon Dentist,-. Has | arrived from London/-with ^all the,i later improvements in Dentistry, and »cmi Ibe,' con-; [ suited it- Marshall's- Chambers,: (adjoining Marshall's Music Shop)i !Edndle-;Sfa^et,1 Adelaide; from 9 ajn. till 5 p.m. A set of Artificial Teeth from £0 5fi«—Adtx. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

»oxi^, j:o",S3i2 £yxi.xo. To-day the W4LX, AEO J TIMES is printedi^az-new -acji cellarjed form. The terms ia iftt&r«T-will be as follows:— '1'; ;' Per jqnarjter, iflw dvains (postage, in.cluded) i i - 3s. •Do. do. crec it <postag"e v ■. -■d^ncltidWaj -yvv:" ^ - S^teA^TWaPEHCS. _ J. ' ; Subscriptions willonlyba considered inadvaaee if .^paist daring the first saonth'in e&Tiiit^er; V; v *! r '-''"jil&X r. TATlob." Times Office. ifenarp^Jan.?4.1832.J ECKERAIi NOTICE. THE Prierds-flif IfENRY' KERSLAKE, ,«re Respectfully #i ^formed • that the EEMAT1TS OF FI^JLX^E WiFE;wlH bp removed Crpm ias^R^e'de {^e,rlQ)ntrl?«i Terrace, Wolfaroo,- for tlfe plnc v iof airteiment the Wallaroo Cemeterv. at Jou" o'clock THIS DAY (S&tdrdaj) rAfft*$;'i8S2. • ■ ;!: .' r.;., j, w. PEKGelley, : ■ ,r;n/»i'ab >.""•■ -.■

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

GOMEEBCitiulJ., Wallaroo Times Office,' 'Wallaroo, April 18," 1882. Wallaroo—Wfaefat.'Ss 9d." * ~ K«dina—Wheat, 58.0|d.'. •' Moonta—Wheat, 5s tfrl. Snov*town—"Wlieot, 5b 7dEarugga^Gap—:\V^beat,~ 5s 7£d. , GreetiVPiaitie—Whfeat, " The following are tire prices current for produce at Wallaroo:r1- _ ]■; *f " yiour, £13 J5a ty £U,pjr*toa. .Cash.. , Bnuf,feu«rit<l ton- ' Pollard, "le'lflrl per bushel per fen, Ibbith being very scarce. , ~ .7,, ,V Register Office, Mondav, \fay 1. : "Tlie wlifcat in&rs,'V'iK 'iV^Pjhew jnit ' easier 3 : ru'iiVg prides "li per' tmshet^ hut-at iliiB sal^s liav?/lot taken . l\aef*., Bldnr is 'witiitiut' V4 'own bri<fd< £14; couirtry^ £13. B'^u. Is 7410 1* t?d;Vpo!lard,' Is"73"to"-l*8"SSf tiats, Ij Ig1 i= 31 .'"barlej?, 4k 3d to 4s 6d. t • •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF WALLAROO. ENTLEMEK"—In response to ail iuflaential 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 hande with confidence. Yours respectively, M. II. MADGE WX7 OOL, SHEEPSKINS, KANGAROO, T 7 OPPOSSUM and RABBIT SKINS purchased by the undersigned at highest market price. D. COMRIE & Co., Gawler Place, Adelaide. CAME to my place on the 23rd ulto. a _ -BOAR. Owner can hare same by describing it and pajing expenses. R. PIPER, Wallaroo Mines. ANTED—GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Must be able to milk. Nurse girl kept.' Apply to Mbs R. FORREST, Nantawarra. DR. MAHONY Registered Government VACCINATOR, has commenced to Vaccinate at his Residence Ewing Street Kadina. FOR SALE. HOUSE and OUTBUILDINGS, and TWO (2) TANKS, situate in Ewing Street, Kadina, having a front...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY, May 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson. Esq., S.M., and D. Bews, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

j POLICE OOUKT—WALLAROO. 1 "WED2TE8DA.T, May 3i 1882. (Before J- B. Shepherdson.Esq., S.M., and D; Bews. J.P.) Edward Marion wis charged with carrying away certain carpenters tools value 8a 6d, the property of Henry Lethjajiv. : Mr Beare appeared for defendant. Henry Letlxaby, Carpenter, Wallaroo, 'said I lost a spirit level, small square and carpenter's rule on Monday last. They were at the Catholic Chapel in Snowtown. I was working there. The tools were on a bench outside, of our tent wben I saw them last. Saw them on ..last Saturday. .week. Always left jthem, there at night. .Have not seen them in defendant's possession. He need them at times when he' wanted them. The tools produced are not the ones I lostr 'Tbe'teascrB' suspected him was that he left on the Monday and after he had gone I missed the tools. I heard he waB going to Melbourne on Jaet Saturday ia the Victorian. By Mr Beare—Mr Lewis was also working at the building as foreman. There was no others there except Mr Baum,...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKRAMS. Friday evening, I Seyeral tailors in tlie employ of Messrs Pickling and Co., bare turned out ou strike, in consequence of their not being paid in accordauce with tbe time book, and they state that a reduction had been made on,the work done. Fickling & Co. state that they paid the standard rates, and that they hare now employed women po as to render themselves independent of the tailors* society. * Jn the conspiracy case, Hicks in reply ; jto'Mr Dagenhardt, stated that he never heard from any of tbe conspirators that DuBarry was in any way connected with them. Mr. Gwynne gaVe Evidence that tDr Morrison told him inMarch that it .was nonsense for Br Horton to set up a plea of personation as he must have Jcnown who Weaiberbead was, Morrisbn said also that he visited him at Brighton %hen he told him that Ion one occasion he 'had been lifting a heavy weight when '.something gave way inside.; and that he iafterw'ards caught cold—tbe illness com jingon yery quic...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

■ r i-.tSJ ?: t A*5 «?' '.t i '■ ■ ^ ■ . ■' / ' r ' . AiiLl*Bay.'sA*rotrustY; MAY *6/1882. ' - • *- •> * Ve.i' <± f ■Bg J The Ca$tfbHtsf o? 'K&^inir atitl its *urr«uudia^ are certainly lo be complimen tedtipon life sfctotfol "wViicir th^y hare in connectid^ViA tlilir cburcli. Of course the greatest' amount bf tfeftit is due to the Sifters of S£. 3o§epb and the Bev. Fatlier^nnefy ; but it^mjfstjbe owned that t]^e tnajoritj^ of tlie' parents act their jpe'ri^weli rfajcelpxng; qp the attfendl|rc|. There«^sP8ie if bo in <thia ^espect haye be£njanpfif4onabjiy ;neglig(mt .in 4fce past —keejirtg *b^Midten4iom^ ^Father Kennedy, re^fk^lon^nrsdaji^ for the most trivial Reason#.." But it is to be hoped thattheao indiTiduais-awill benefit bj what the B-ev. Gentleman said to'them on ttre Jgi^gcIT\n^en<|eaf ooi:JS).<3o bet ier io future.^ Jf <.they.-takethe trouble to Chick over the matter-for a moment, the Catholics cl'Vh4 diitrii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

w i iv t e it t> r a p ery. *1®'*• lift v; "vT rt J'LAROQ. BEGS to informhis Customers and the Public that he has nowOPENEDa NEW and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of WINTER GK30DS, complete in every Department, which he is prepared to do at Prices that will command a Ready Sale. : E. SV K. tfould call Special attention to his superior stock of BEESSVGOOBS; ! * "" " ' WINCEYS, . - iv FLANNELS, .. BLANKETS, And some special liBes in LADIES' JACKETS. The Milllaery Department will be found replete in every Braneb. ;F; S:;EL-having secured the services of a first-class DRESSMAKER, WILL be iprepared to O^'EN in that Branch on MONDAY next, April 24, 1882, f. s. keeling, WALLAROO. p AOU CHUNG? YES? PAOU CHUNG Is a PAOU CHUNG- new PAOU CHUNG idea in . PAOU CHUNG Tea PAOU CHUNG PAOU CHUNG Be PAOU CHUNG sure PAOU CHUNG you PAOU CHUNG Get a PAOU CHUNG Packet PAOU CHUNG from PAOU CHUNG your PAOU CHUNG Grocers PAOU CHUNG PAOU CHUNG It is a PAOU CHUNG delicious PAOU CHUNG Blend PAOU CHUNG of PAOU CHUNG C...

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THE MINISTER'S MARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

TH»MTBTKl9&K£l4IABB. The Minute's Uffivwd, »«raJ mare As e tot was «adtHro,Wbwdle8,or*hoa j Bo't fouL or be't fclr, btfffate or be't air, She nich*£<l kyeglaalyA*hefl taKneI^-1»sa. The Minister late in thee*ra1nltoam hame ■ And •tabled his nsnti is3 litipit'hfir hsek, And gu her a forpit o'oatstp .her wame, A«a tbeekit her cosilym' atifeuld #£$£.' And the,minister'* wif® ^iVaho^et came out, For a tent# Itn'd tneiaifa wshe, •Glowerad round-few Ifor piigrdi "that• might < -be about, _ £keyi: And 17116 ia<6w Wtkble-flodr-^tbrawed round the And (he oxtered the minister up the stair; -u To hig room, wherejhis supper, slid slippers . ware bet j _ ^ . Whore a wefl Criepis stool and an elbow^ chair, A* the bljtho ingle^neulTwere Tight cosily set. A> the »T*r6nd'Wrl^®^d^ .'hen the honse laughipp ,,, . i „ .. And Cfeppni hii. wife, ahq roobin bis hands, - She helpit him. off wiV hif. green tartan Taughen, ... . And fr&e neath hiBTOimd chinj-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 6 May 1882

' HOYLETON AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT YARD. AM'OEiCKAK begs respectfully to • inform tlie Farmers and' others in fend around the neighbourhood of Hoyleton, that, having PURCHASED the BUSINESS carried on by Mr Lines, as a GENERAL BLACKSMITH, &c., he is now prepared . to execute all orders entrusted to his care, for Baggies, Spring Carts, Drays, Waggons, and Agricultural Implements of every description, on the shortest notice, and of the best material and workmanship. A. M'Crackan having had many years experience in the trade, trusts by care and attention to business, to give satisfaction to all who may give him their patronage and support. ' Horses, properly shod by a first-class shoer. Reaping «nd other Machines Made to Order. Single,1 Double, and Treble Ploughs, &c., Jnade on the premises. "Repairs promptly and neatly executed. A. M'GRT OKAN, MACHINIST, GENERAL BLACKSMITH ; AND WHEELWRIGHT, . j ,. ' • hotutos. SENT POST FREE in asENVELOPE FOR.4D IN STAMPS TO DEFRAY POST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

IN CONSEQUENCE OF iBAfOTG: ' KADETA, J. W Y Jl1?T ; " WOULD SESPECTFULLY infotm litB numerous Customers -and the p blio that lie . "f - FAS DETERMINED TO SELL OFF HIS LAE&E'ST66Scp <: BOOTS AND; SH#E§ r H i At priccs li lit will command aready-Sile FOE CASH, ■ : so . . . , . ? t i The Shop and Dwelling House ji^ fqiySale or to be Let. - : Also, 78|- Acres of Firet-Ciasa Land fenced, suburban ol Kadina. TO BUILDEBg AND OTHERS. NEW LIMEKILNS, WALLAROO. 57* EMES begs leave to intimate tliat he -ia h«s eg*irt COMMENCED. LIM.EBURNING at SUNNYSIDE, and will Be prepared to suppy an article of v the first quality at cheapi st rates. EDWARD . EMES.-/ . Wallaroo, April U, 1882.. TO CAPITALISTS ANH OTHERsT FOR SALE a Handy fTarm -of 189 : divided into fire paddocks, and on which is erected a bouse of fire rooms, with the usual outbuildings. The land whieli u really? first class, is situated within an easj distapce of a Rail way,Station. For terms, &c., apply to Mr J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT | COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given, that a MEETING- OP RATEPAYERS of the above District will be held at the Railway Hotel, Green's Plains East on Mon day evening next May 15tli, at seven o'clock, to take into consideration the question of further testing the District fer water by boring for same. '' By order. 1 JAMES WILLSHIRE, Clerk, May 9,1882. kulpara district council. ELECTION OE AUDITOR. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That NOMINATIONS will be received up till noon of TUESDAY, 23rd of May, 1882, , for ONE AUDITOR caused by the resignation of John Prist, Junr. Should more than ! one person be nominated, the Election will take place on Tuesday, June 6, 1882. | Polling to commence at 9 a.m , and close at 5 p,m. j Notice is further hereby given, that Mr George Paige Daniel, has been duly appointed Returning Officer. By order JAMES WILLSHIRE, Cerk. May 8, 1882. TO ALEXANDER HAY, ESQ., J.P., LINDEN. Dear Sir—We the undersigned, being Electors for the Legislative Counci...

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TRADING ON MINERAL SECTIONS. DEPUTATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

TUADING- ON MINEBAL SECTIONS. deputation to the commissioned of crown lands. To-day a deputation consisting of Mr L. L. Furoer, M.P., Dr Elphick, Mayor of Moonta, Messrs Emerson, and Buzza, waited upon the Commissioner of Crown Lands to-day in reference to the question of trading on mineral sections at Moonta. Mr Furner contended that a false issue bad been placed before the Government' by the Directors of the Moonta Mines and others who waited as a deputation1 some time since. They had said that the tradesmen and the Council of Meonta had manifested a disposition to have the miners who did not work on the mines turned off the mineral sections, as well as traders, and amongst these were blind men who gained a livelihood by selling tea; and dressmakers who supported, ' invalid parents. The present deputation; disclaimed any Irish to 'do anything of the kind. They stated they had originally started in trade" those persons: whose positions cklled * for sympathy ^ but jstroggly *trg^3 t...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 7.22 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 7.22 p.m. Hicks who was tried at the Police Court to-day for assaulting a little girl, 11 years* of age, has been committed for trial. Joseph Collms for counterfeiting the trade mark of Kruge's Champagne has been committed for trial. Mr Maurice Salom, the veil known Auctioneer has consetncd to stand for the Legislative Council.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

VESSELS IN HARBOR. ,; • r.i X**i ~i George Sohotten, fromPort Adelaide, *

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