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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

VICTORIA.. Melbourne, Tuesday. The reptile bouse inthe Zoalogical gardens, with a large collection of live snakes has been burnt. The cause of the fire is unknown.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

VESSELSJEXPECTED. - ftoaphorus, barque, from Newcastle. -Saxon, from Newcastle. ' ' . ■ - ^ j Moontti, ship, from Keveaettev~~ Vernlam, from Newcastle. . '': ; •. Boyal Shepherd, e.s., from Port Adelaide, ] libera, 8.?., from Pert Adelaide. ' - V" Emu, s.8., from Port Pirie. - 1..?. ■ Flinders, K.8., from Port Augusta,. franklin, s.s., from Port Adalaide. • ,

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday. Mr Zurn, the Government botantist, is lost in the ecrab at Corromandel. There has been a disastrous fire at Invercargil. The Bank of Australasia and other valuable places have been burnt.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Hay 6—Wind, ■ If.W,, freah 'clonciy Bar. 30 00. Holiday, Maj 7—"Wind, Sooth moderate, fine Bar 30-30. Monday. May 8—Wiad. variable, light cloudy Bar. 30 35. . :■ Tuesday, May 9—Wind. North light raia. Bar. 30 22. *

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IMPERSONATOR OF LORD CLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

[ THE IMPERSONATOR OF LORD | CLINTON. The trial of Miss Fearneaax and her j dupe Gething, who were committed at the Warwick Assizes for impersonating Lord Arthurtoo Pilham, Clinton, has just been closed. The. adventuress was sentenced to seven years imprisonment". Gething who was ont on bail, also underwent his trial, but at the conclusion was acquitted by the jury.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

COMMERCIAL. • Wallaroo Tinics OficC'.„«f Wallaroo, May <9j l8^2.j The wheat market has boen: yeiy dull I during the paBt few days, and parcejs ye c{faring nt Port Adelaide at 6s without' Priding buyers- Several parcels hare" Changed bauds fft from Id to 2d under this/< The I price at Wallaroo and other Peninsula towns lias aleo fallen from Id to 2dper..busheLs-We: auote wheat •: - •«•-.£ *•> Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 9d. ■1 ' Kadina—Wheat, 5s Kid. ■ i.-. ^ Moonta—Wheat, 5s 8d. ....... Snowtown—Wheat, 6s-6d- r ■ BarungaQ-ap—Wheat, 5s 7^d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s 8|-d. The following are tlie prices current ^or i pro luce at Wallaroo :— i Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton.: Cash. Bran, Is 7£d per bushel per ton. - " i Pollard, ls 9id per bushel per ton, tbojh being reiy scarce. • .

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PARNELITES ASSISTING TO DISCOVER THE MURDERERS [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

[ PARNELITES ASSISTING TO DISCOVER THE MURDERERS The Parnelite section of the House of Commons, has offered the Government their assistance in passing measures which they may deem necessary, with the view of strengthening the hands of the Police m bringing the murderers of Lord Cavendish aud Mr Burke to justice. London May 9,"* Keeeived Midnight AFFAIRS IN NUBIA. The Egyptians have killed a prophet of Soudan, who has for some time been I inciting a band of natives to menase Khartoom, an important town of Nubia.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

ISMlaroB WALLABOO, WEDNESDAY, JffA.Y;10,;i882. The shocking tragedy which took piece in Phoenix Park, Dublin, oa Saturday last, in the cold blooded murder ot Lord Cavendish, the newly appointed Secretary for Ireland, and the TJunder Secretary Mr Burke, has sent .a thrill of -horror through the breasts of every right think-ing member of the commuuity. It is scarcely possible to conceive of. such an outrage being committed on British soil. In one tray it is particularly unfortOnate so far as the Irish people generally are concerned that such a deed shouldrhave been committed at a momemtwhen those who have been imprisoned as suspects for some time were being released/ and wii^n all Ireland was rejoicing at the action of the British Government in ; abandoning the coercive measures whichliad been eu forced for months. Little wonder that- j the greatest indignation -should be felt, in England and America, as well aft' in' all the British colonies. It seems pretty j certain, however, that ...

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DEMONSTRATIONS OF SYMPATHY THROUGH IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

DEMONSTRATIONS OF SYMPATHY THROUGH IRELAND Public meetings have been held in many towns in Ireland, at which the utmost sympathy has been expressed for the British Government. And also for the relatives of the late Lord Cavendish and Mr Burke. i ——

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

::8 H I J f I NQ N E WS. ARRIVED, Saturday.^ May 6—Franklin, S.8., 383 tons, ■Crocker, maBteiyfrom Fort Augusta, . ' " - - Sunday, May 7—Flinders. a.*., IfffL-itons, . Anderson, master, from 'Port Adelaide. ^ - vL

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

Shipping* * FROM WALLABOQ.;: ja. nrSk spencjbrv3; jMSaragfrv J. GULF STEAM T lPT^nrr^ SHIP COY-, IJOIITEP, ^SggaBggSB* Dispatch theirSteamere as under, when practicable :— f FLTNDEBS, FOE POET AUGUSTA1 STINDATMoenisg (_ «t 7:a.m. " ~ ° ( EMU, | FOB POET PIBIE— ] !Thusbi>AT, * (,ot 1 o'clock a.m.1 f ° LTJBBA, POET LINOLON 4 Thubsdat or Fbiday, at4 o'clock pita. ..f FL1NDEBS, JWlBKBSBAI-; at ,5o'clock. p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—{ ' —o— ., • ^ 1 FBANXUN, 1 SAHirSBAt, ^ at 6'o'clock. p.m. FOB (~° LUBBA, FRANKLIN | Axthb*atb tsttbsdax'b HABBOB L At 2p.m. o—— _ ' Passage money hust be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. _■ All claims for short delivery Or damage mast be rendered within 24 boars of vessel's discharge j and none will be ^admitted. for breakage, Sat., unless same is pointed out a* time of discharge. AU cargo iB carried by these, steamers subject to the clauses and. exceptions on the Company'form of Bill of Lading- ^ The Spencers Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WABD,-Ag...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

EXPORTS. Otago for Newcastle 409tanVC"5^FCfrer

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

SAILED. . 1 Saturday, Hay 6—Franklin, - 39^^^Sse,. Crocker, master, for Port Adelaide. .£!&" % Snmlay, May 7—Flinders, m, SJS^sons, Anderson, master, for Port Aninuta, Sunday liny 7—Otago. 910 tons. Davidson: master, for Newcastle. ,

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NEW IRISH SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

NEW IRISH SECRETARY. As Mr Forster's offer to resuma the office of Secretary for Ireland has been declined, it is thought Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke will be appointed to the vacant post.

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THE GOVERNMENT REFUSE MR FOSTER'S OFFER [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

THE GOVERNMENT REFUSE MR FOSTER'S OFFER The offer of Mr W. E. Foster to resntne the position of Chief Secretary for Ireland hao been refused by the Government.

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PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

PUBLIC EDUCATION. J (to the editoe of the wallaeoo times.) Bib.—In your issue of the 6th iust. you report fully the address of the Bev. W. Kennedy, delivered at the public examination of the Rotnam Catholic day school at Kadina on the 4th inst.; much in the address I agree with, bnt with parts I cannot, for instance the following paragraph :—" You will not, you cannot, my dear children, avail yourselves of the system of instruction (I cannot call it education) which the human Croyernment of Sooth Australia imparts—a system calculated to subvert the dearest interests of God—a system from its very nature (secular) calculated to lead many of the children of this fair colony into infidelity—a system whose Inspectors and teachers may be infidels, for all we may know of. them." I am at a loss to understand why the present system of Education as conducted in our public schools is at all calculated to subvert the dearest interests of God, it is certainly secular. That is, the education impa...

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY, May 6,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

r CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. &BTTXKPAY, May 6,1882. Present—Crs Jas. Barton (Chairman), Kaia, Paterson, Sawyers, and the Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. correspondence. From Messrs Francis Clark & Co., advising the forwarding of thenew set of tools, and stating that the fault of keeping the men idle was not theirs bat that of the manufacturers; and endeavored to put the blame on the man in cliarge for hot starting his hole plamb. Received. From the Crown Lands and Immigration Office, advising that the Government had authorized the purchase of additional tubing, and tools to enable the Councils to bore to a greater depth; but as only one additional set of extra appliances bad been ordered, the Councils would have to use them alternately; and they would have to pay for any further articles tbat may be required. Received. From Mr F. Willoughby, asking liberty to open a day school in tbe Council Chamber until the one promised by tbe •Go...

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FEELING REGARDING THE NEW IRISH POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

FEELING REGARDING THE NEW IRISH POLICY In speaking in the House of Commons Mr Parnell said that hopes were beginning to be entertained of relief beiog obtained from the new policy which had been enunciated .by the Government.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London 8th May. recvd. 9th. 7 22. p.m. THE DUBLIN TRAGEDY MR PARNELL DENOUNCES THE MURDER OF THE SECRETARY AND UNDER SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

Latest njsws. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London 8th May, recvtL 9th. 7 22. p.m. THE DUBLIN TRAGEDY MR PARNELL DENOUNCES THE MURDER OF THE SECRETARY AND UNDER SECRETARY. Mr C. S. Parnell, during a discussion j in the House of Corampns to-day on the j subject of the recent murder in Dublin of j Lord Cavendish and Mr Burke, declared ; that it was bis firm belief that the crime j had been devised by tbe enemies of bis policy, as the deed committed was- the most deadly blow that could have been struck at the Irish people.

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LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT TUESDAY MAY 9, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882

LOCAL BOARD OF ilAIN BOADS, pRivrTWSJTr.A "nTSTRTn-r :: Tuesday Mat ~9, Present—The Chairman, (F. W. Q-urner F^q. J.P.) . Crs Lam«hed, Davies the Secretary-(Mr N. D. Bennett,) and the Surveyor, Mi-Jones. corbespondeitce. From, the Dalrymple District Council asking if the Board tvould metal the approach to the metal on three chain road opposite theroad between sections 309 and 310, the approach being in the main road. Referred to the Surveyor. Sueveyob's Report. y The Surveyors' report- was read as folllows ; —1st two contracts, for construction and cm for maintenance metal completed satisfactorily. There are fifteen contracts ' for construction in hand, and nine Contracts not commenced.—2nd E. Langsford, baB thrown up contract Mo. 390, Sort Valley road.—3rd I beg to suggest that tenders for the following work be called—viz, 300 yards of maintenance metal on Yorketown and Edithburgh read, 500 yards maintenance metal oil Kadina and Agery road. Requisition pob May. Construction ... ......

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