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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY 8th May, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882
kadina: corporation. i Monj>ay 8th May, 1882, „ . j . Present—-His, Worship, the Majors (Jolin •I-Christmas, J.P.) Gounctllors Johnstone,; N^bee, Blsakley, Barnett, Boa warnf Blaokney • and the Town .Gierke^ ; The fiaitiut«B tof the previous meeting wore j' 'read and confirmed. • An ap&logy was received from Or BroWn ^foivnorr-attendance. - ■ "*&lt; : 1 Mayoe's Repoet. . The Mayoe drew attention to some reports which he had received from the Municipal Corporations' Associativa, and made special reference to a clause which had reference to a public amusements Act-. He thought it only right that as 'the Mayors of Corporations had some 'responsibility it was only fair that the revenue from such licences should be given. •$£> - the Corporation. The new law which it was proposed to include in tire Corporation Act was an important one, relative to charging a moiety of cost of Kerbing and .paving watertables to the owners of property which abutted. Until something of ...
RATEPAYER'S MEETING AT CLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882
UATEPAYER'S MEETING AT CLINTON. A meeting of the ratepayers of the District of Clinton took place on Saturday morning, May 6, 1882, in the Council Chamber. Mr J&mes Barton. Chairman of .the District Coancil occupied the chair. There was a very poor attendance of those who ought to hare felt an interest in the subject of a permanent water supply ; bat as most of tbe farmers have got a good supply from the recent rains, and as they are all busy tilling—it being late in the season—it was not to be expected that there would be many present. The Chairman having read tlie advertisement convening the meeting, said the question to be considered was an all-important one to the ratepayers, both as regal ds a water supply, and the expense connected vrith tbe boring operations, which bad now been at a standstill for.a fortnight. Whose fault it was that such a state of things existed he could not say ; but he believed it was on account wf Messrs Francis Clark & Co., ot Adelaide, ...
WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY MAY 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 May 1882
VVALLAEOO CORPORATION. Wednesday May 3, 1882. Present—The Mayor (Mr Bews) Councillors Bird, Bath, Walkley, Masters, Phillips, Chatfield Oliphant, and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mayor's Kepobt. The Mayob reported that the committee appointed in connection with the park lands loan had called for tenders : and they would be considered at that meeting. cobbespondesce. From the Secretary to the Municipal Corporations1 Association, stating that a portion of the park lands could not he invested in trustees as a recreation ground without an Act of the Legisla ture. Received. Prom W. R. Wigley enclosing notice of application for an Act to enable a company to manufacture the Electric light. Received. From Francis Clark and Son offering earthenware pipes at reduced prices. Received. . From the Municipal Association enclosing reports of last 'meeting of the Executive Committee. From the Childrens' Hospital soliciting a subscription. The Mayor sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
\vv-. ■-v*\ . ''fJ.,i:;^^S'T;T:r j WOULD SESPECTF&LLY inform liis numeroU8~CuBtdmor8 a-»d the publio that lie " -i-M' U , (UO&lt;m HAS DETBtaTOait v j j \ TO SELL OFF HISfcARGE^fiTOCK : ■- • • i■;&lt;i BOOTS AND -SHOES ■*;• •** '■ At prices that will command a refcdy "Sale . * Hie Shop andDwellingHouse isfpr^ale .. «r to be Let.; /•&lt;.;« , Also, 78£ Acres of First-Class Landfenced, suburban ol,Xadina. TO BUJI,DJBRg;AND OTHERS. • r fk '-j - --&lt;J : NEW HIIESm WALLAROO. j ■ i I EEMES beg6l6avo*to intimate that hej • has again ^^M^ENGED ijpjI&fE-, BURNING at SUNNYSIDE, WiF VriflHie prepared to sap"py~«Hrarticle of the first; quality atcheapest rates. 7 (I?-' " **" EDWARD' EMES. Wallarooj .Aprilll £1882. t • J w ■ s .y- '£! * If ; TO CAPii'luasa^ ^D ^TfilsSr; FOR SALE a Handy "Fann of *189 acres divided into fivepaddoplcs, a%d on which is erected a house of jBverbom&~with the usual outbuildings. The land1 which 'iji1 really fir...
NEW BILL FOR THE SUPRESSION OF CRIME IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
London; May 12. &lt; NEW BILL FOR THE SUPBESSION OF CRIME IN IRELAND. Sir Vernon Harcourt, Secretary for the; Home Department, iutroduced a Bill in| the House of CommonB to-day for tbe repression of crime in Ireland, where tlie existing, or ordmary proceS9' of, law is powerless. The new measure provides lor tbe trial of serious offences against law and order, such as high treason, murder, attacking defenceless houses, and the destruction of property, by three Judges without a jury.- It further provides for a tax being levied on property in inculpated districts. It is proposed that ithe Act shall operate for three years. Its severity: is unequalled by .any measure hitherto : introduced in. the Honse for a similar ~ 4>nrpose. The BUI, however, provides; for appeals from the decision of the' T Judges. j
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
- ' : "• ti-*:.t1W ; ^vsa^e-iday. May 10—FUiicera.; ,£.8., -2^6 "tOn£, > A -i-jcrsori. master,/or Port AdafsiSe.6-'-} 1 -' ; IThara+ay, Mar iiJ^IOma.f B;*i,b?9d:iixm(^tGr£fcr, masz3r. for Port P:r:°. Passengers—C*gt^'.JJeel^Ja, ■ Sirs Heps, Sciyp- ilr&lt;s Seidell and-Aulfl. " : Sarae fiay^-tcbrii's.s. 22i to:is, Izatt. master for, i JY&akiia llarbar. •
LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 11th May, Received 12th, 8 p.m. FUNERAL OF LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH AND MR BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
EUROPE® TELEGfeAMS &lt; : r Keeeived J2th, 8 p.m. . FUNERAL OF "LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH AND MR BURKE: The funeral of Lord Fredorick Caven' dish^jthelate Chief Secretaf^ifor Ireland, .^d.itr Burke* tbe;ljn^^p^'^^«!hp .were murdered joq the 7th inst. in Phoenix ijftoi, Dublin, was largely attended. Bey.'aides' the Ministry there were three - httndred members of the House of Com •mons, and nutaerous deputations, in . 'addition to which .(here .was an immense ■crowd of the general pabti*.: The sad affair had a most depressing effect, and flags were ba&toasted, in most of the towns of England and Ireland.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
IMPORTS., , 4 ,, ; • li-c L;:bra,'r'i.s. , Car£-'b -• ifafe. "l.Waliajbql—; 1 Davies, 22 "Gerv.isii, 33 Burpee,, 2 •Cwoea.i 29 Oar.-.,-a SurtftK, X Tay ior,"13 Levidb33MQb£iia -* * liich irti6on,3 B*oD_k-Ji.-16L Walteroq Smaijiag Works J 1 Ma'co'-m, 6i Bavies aud Co., 6'S"mitii7'o T3orih; and U*irian,:&lt;Co-Operadrafco(uety;2 Tyye, 2"; Bollmeyor, 2 Crooley. 3 Bristotve, 1 cBirioi. For" Snowton-n—16 Snbvrf»aU'-4~ Cot."Stephens " bud Co.. Ifjr .4va$itu«g724 Tip,veto, 2 Ansbd, ,**23 "Secombe." 5 Maagfe* *ii| B'otra, 14 Rlwolmey1, 41Sb'ttie? 2^Nottl& Bros., 27 > O ) jk, 13 itudia, 33 Borisee^ Cocic, 3 T. H. Hall,I 4 Quititou. S Barnett, A Jaliffe,j2 I's^rueL^and ,Bpw- | man. 8 BarueU, 10"Lite'. ^Yallarbo' Mines. Bf Williams.9Bendell. I Haddy.^ -:v •;:eSii TJ''T: J
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
■ How Admirable Abb Thy Wobks, O Nature !—An ordinary woman's waist is thirty inches round ; an ordinary man's arm is thirty inches long. A woman can dress her hair to make herself look ten years younger, but the best a man can do is to partly cover a bald spot and feel that be is a deceiver. NOTICE TO DESTITUTE POOR. IF ANY DESTITUTE PERSONS at KADINA will leave their names and addreses, either with T. H. Hall, Esq., or Mr B>. E. Walters, Draper, their cases shall receive immediate" attention by NICHOLAS DTJNSTAN BENNETT, Visiting Officer. May 12,1882 JW WINTER STQCK OB BOOTS & SHOES. JUST ARRIVED PER s.8. AFGHAN FROM LONDON. h. peTrson T>EGS to inform his Customers and the -■-* Public generally that he h8s just received as notified above A LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES. Suitable for the coming season, which he INTENDS OFFERING ATTHE LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES! Men's Strong Roots, at 12s per pair, worth 14s. Men's Elastic Sides, at 12s per pair, goo...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
EXP,OKT§. f Per Lnbra—For Port Adelaide^! °bag'copper' "Fonvood Downs and Co.. 5 empties Sims 'and" Co7.: 6 do £n»pmaa.:5 Bo Haime?:; Milloii1 anil Cjp.. 4] doBmith. 5 do Primrose .and Co. \Ft>r"'*S,raiik!inf Harbor—2 tons flour Dalli' J fpgk;>fj,Orbes) 1 pkg. >* Mcfijoueia. .1 Dall. : -jr: . , ... .X . Per Fra-ikMn—10-} tone'Bcmr. J. .Stv^eSj lto tons; copper S. W. Works.* j A f ,'ifl^lsi'*Lt£ !
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS 0¥ THE WOBLD. From sn interesting collection- of journalistic and commercial statistics recently published in the "Newspaper and Bank Directory of the World," we gather that the total nujiber of newspapers and periodicals published during the year 1880 within the circumference of the terrestrial globe was 34,274, and that their combined circulation, roughly computed, amounted to 10,592,000,000, or a little more than sis copies per bead of our world's population. ,JEurope heads 'the list with 19,537 "dailies," " weeklies," and " monthlies ; North America follows with 12,400, Asia comes third—but a long way behind— with 775, Australasia fourth with 669, Southf America fifth with 609, and last of all, Africa, the *' dark Continent," which can only boast of 132 periodicals of all sorts. Anglo-Saxons will rejoice to learn that no fewer than 16,500 of the publications included in tbe above estimates are printed in their native tongue, destined, in all probabilit...
DAMS IN NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
DAMS rcriONNES. : . (TO THE EDITOE OF THE •WALIAKOO TIMES.) Sib—I did not intend to ^nlila yon stgain, i bat eeeing another letter from "Fair Play," I throwing cold water oil Kinhes and grossly j misrepresenting my statements, I could not ■ with justice to myself and the publio allow the same ~ to remain uncontradicted. Ifow^ sir, in the first place,rI ^id ijot ask for a dam, nor tried in *any way&lt; to get one pat down, and I also protested to the government, . «gainst laying the eamepot wbeweit is now pegged, out. for the following .reasons; Bpeakidg &f. a; selfinterested point -of view it will be" a greatlrijui^ to me ; for ifthB dam i$ , put there ftie^GoVernment wDltaTre the best ' portion of'4nJr- paddock' from me, which they will resume, so ihatspealts for itself But on the -other hand, speaking. from a public . point-" of J still ,npbold »ij farmer opinion, for this -reason, itne supply of water is not sufficient when dams and tanks are full ■ coanting the n...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
', VESSELS EXPECTED. ;j Bt>8phora8,l>arqno,fr6iallewoa.fitle, > Saxon, from Hevrcaa&e. &lt; *• ■' ; Moonta, ship, from iSewc&Ette>.> Veralam, from Newcastle. ,r, i. , Koy^l Shepherd, s.q.VlromPort Adelaide. Ijtibra, *.6.; from Port Adelaide. - ; : r Eac. e^., rrom Port Pirie. -i ' >. / Flinders, bjj., from Port;Ad«la,ide; ; Franklin, #3., frpmPort Aagoata., . .. |
GOOD ORDER IN KADINA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
GOOD OSDEB IN KADINA. TO THE EDITOE OF THE WAI1I1&BOO TIMES. I _ Sib—As an old resident here, allow me to ask when are we to have peace, at Hadina ?—a place hitherto regarded as one of the quietest towns in the colony, but in epite of this, a certain meddling individual,' who has befcn unwisely -allowed to occupy a position, which I, with many others, am satisfied he is, from bis very nature, unfitted for—has "by his very actions, led the publio to; believe that we are a very, wicked and; naughty lot. Oh how I pity his childish disposition. ..The local police who., are; respected far higher than the individual here, -alluded to; have of late been accused of laxity, &c, The "publicans have heen acbiiBed of * breaking the law on Sundays, the " pnbs" have beeu visited. by the Inspsetoxs, 'investigations; by police officials have takes place—about what P I reply nothing. And mow the' Inspector from town is here to investigate « matter sifted by Inspector Sanndere'some we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
Shipping. FROM WAI/LABOO. fflHE SPENCER'B JL GULF STEAM tiffin SHIP COT., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, -when practicable :— f FLUfDEBS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA-^ SOTDAIMobkisg t at 7 a.m. r EMU, FOR PORT PIRIE— &lt; Thuesday, Cat V o'clock a.m. F~°. LUBRA, POET LINCLON-j Thttesdat or Friday, at 4 o'clock p.m. 0—-— ■ • f FLINDERS, WzsvBssiy. at S o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—| —o— FEANXLIN, S Jl tit eb IT, _at & o'clock. p.m. 0 ■* '■ FOE f LUBRA, FRANKLIN \ AXTKBKATB Thtjbsday'S HARBOR l_ At 2 p.m. - O Passage money must be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. > All claims for Bhort delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hoar» of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., nnlesi same is pointed oat at time of discharge. All cargo iB carried by these steamers subject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form of Bill of LadingThe Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances. OP...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
S II I f FIX Gr NB'FsT ■ - 1 • ( \ ' f- 1 ■ -j-.n.-. ^ vr .* - - f. . A e3 wFfrffc A i 1 ARRIVED. "WciJ: esnay. May lO—TTlitiafers, 's\b~."V7ir~VSB&~ An dsrssn, master, fc.-Hii-S'ojrt^ugiietaii *t3.13 c Saaw-day—L34J jPS Aona-,. Kn^p^'jy aster. | ' Thursday, May 11—"Brett;T.s., 393 tons, Creer,i master, from. P.ort A&lt;J.alaideVJ(X;'r ^ I Same ?$,y— Lubra, s.s.j. 22A .topg,maJpr ; from Tort Adelaide via 'Port Llrifcf>lri';"v JE^Esesgexe | —5fr Tonr-ant, ifrirfinCWir? irca^ MiiHMf tftthe' cabin .and 3 in the steeraeet" j y 4, i;T .*.':SS'J1,' f Friday—Lubra, fi.s., ,2ii _ tonjs, •, leaLt; ,,«ia$tax>: fvo.ta Franklin IIarbor. ' ^asseagers—"mre ^Lnflt.! Messrs Mi lsr, Wi,ha,it,'Melrose.'"SJfeeoaa/ 5(2) ; Hagcn andMcCannon. v. iiatr'vci ijtiioJ. I
TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
; xikk Wmjsal. - Ha^boui^iBceVWaliarodr r Time signal on theGovoramenf flagstaff jat ihe )Iari«;>ur-Meters resilience the flag H, (white aniWil,) wii! be hoisted b(atiwL mast«.aad every •jtinuST morriitig at SySiWca to eight j'cWk, A.deiaidc mean timg^anWbn , j "the instant of ei#ht;>'clock, the SnHpU^mp. co^rts;wndiui to Greenwich rrieaa^in^^Oli - 45 m 33 7*.. -ijit-'r the ttmo. sigtivBM£sj&Vi made the Union Jack will i>« hoisteaWBB^fc J. PARSON , Obwjry*.
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
ADELAIDE TELE^EAMS. ; Friday 8 p.m. Mr A. H. *Wrhj$by. Twrsewhipped Mr Eyre, a bailiff of the Adelaide Local Court, last night on account of. a, report in connection with" a case in which Whitby was the defendants " \ Midnight. It was stated at the-Hospital Boardto-: day that there were thirty-fire cases of typhoid fever in tbe building. A meeting of candidates for the Legislative Council, held in the Town Hall this evening was very thinly attended. His "Worship the Mayor, Mr !E. T, Smith, M.P, occupied the chair, and in his opening remarks -expressed his regret at the. apathy exhihited by the elector*. The meeting was addressed by Messrs Coglin, Cotton, English, Glyde, Hay, Madge, Murray, JRidgway, Simms, and Wigley. At the Wardens Court/ Echucga, today, there was considerable interest in several cases of jumping claims. Some of the leading Adelaide Lawyers were employed.. In a test ease a decision was given for the defendants, in consequence of which the other cabes were withdrawn...