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REVISION OF THE ALIENS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
REVISION OP THE ALIENS' ACT. j Notice has been given of the intention; of the Government to revise the Aliens Act, so as to facilitate the expulsion of I -dangerous foreigners. Measures will also'he adoptedfor.snmmarily suppresBingrnewspapeni inciting violence. - - ' v;' - . " i Provision will also Ibe -made for awarding compensation in :«ases of murder, mutilation and damage. : - * :
PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
PUBLIC KDTJCATION7 (TO THE BDITOB OF.THB'wAlIiABOO TIMES). Sib,—Kindly^ allow* me a small space in^ou^-next issue of Wallaroo Times'* -to ' repfy|to Mr '"Malcolm's letter, which appearedin your 4ast "Issue, -in >wbicb~he says, " I,ain ala^lfissto understand why the present ^ystem^of edocation, as conducted in our pufaHe schools; isiat all calculated to «ut>vett tbe-desrest Interests of God." Mr Malcolm fjires xi very good reasb'nwhy' says, " It is certainly secular.""' Though he gives _a strange if not "an, absurd definition _tv£ .seculariBdacaliofa. i will for the present, for the .sake of argument,,accept it. Secular education,p'i Mr' Malcolm defines, ijt, *4 is that' tfbifch does-iot favor one ascTidy' of the Church of God mpretban asothee,''— Thatas^jn. other words, which excludes all religion? X think, Mt Editor,, you rwiH agree with me when J say that the. exclusion of all religion is akin'to infidelity, and infidelity subverts the dearest interests of Godi' Mr Malcolm: ...
TYPHOID FEVER—THE SANITARY CONDITION OF KADINA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
SANITAEr : DlTIONOF kadin A. L(TP,??H£ OE TEDS WALLAEOO TIMES) Sir,—1 &ffl continually reading iu yonr columns letten-'fcom^rarious . correspondecfe -lfflliiDg-ft^ntron :lo the 0thy conditions^!'>and with all the cbm^ainta ia' iio : improvement. Tiie^seeiris 'tb^e'no respect for cleanliness on the part of oar Corporation ; and it seemsttiat, solb^g%i its"members exist from day to daV>ntothingfurther is reqaired bf-fbem.; Leaving out of the-question, 4iie-iiiany -dirty yards -which are now, after the later&ias, exa^ifigall kinds of foul-air, an&lt;1 ihe piggiries with their fearful stench—Wjb^e^ao you find a greater hot -bed, for Fever ^lan waa to be eepn on the i*oad ^djoibing the White Xiipn JEJotgl • on; Monday 'last, and which0 had4/een there for oyerten days. The .water had been dammed hack—contrary to the regulations—:to ^supply some tank, and what remairiedm the gutters waa Fermenting witti ifll the dirt and rubbish of that part of the-town. How, ...
RECEPTION OF THE PROPOSED NEW ACT FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
BECEPTION OF THE PROPOSED NEW ACT FOE IRELAND. The Tory section of: the House of Commons approves of the'measure proposed by the Government for the suppression of crime in Ireland, and the Land Leaguers, acting upon recent promises, treat the measure moderately, but the extreme Radicals express, themselves as being astounded at the action of the Government and denounce the proposal. ( ;
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo, Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
COMMERCIAL^ " ! Wallaroo, May ^1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5sj9d» ^ J Eadina—Wheat, ,5a ^ j Moonta—WHe'at,.;5s.8H. , ^ ,Snowtowu—Wheatij^a Set- - * JBarunga Wheat, 1fc7£d. tsKtiiijws-Jv; Green's Plaiiis—Wheat, Ss ^id. ^ The following .are tha^rijoe^ jfarrenf £ov\ pro luce at Wallaroo':—" " "* : I Flour, £13 lSstpjEl^Jj.er Cash. j Bran, le 7^4 periusbfel perlfen. ■ j Pollard,. ls;did^per being Tery scarce,JW "" j Register OtiiCQ, J htfi«daj/May' Il| j The wheat market ^os,i "per bushel, with :&n* ;iipwartl^ erjcy/ '%ad s very littie dispositioTi on'-ilie^ part ^o¥ hbldere to quit. Flour is firoi r at. £J.4 ,jjer;"*i^;^!br; "leadingfcrahds, jElS^er ton ~fo~f dib&Srjjip Brail, la 7d to Is 8d ; ppllatd ls^fd-lb'iVttd j"bats 4s to 4s 3d ; barley- 4£*3d J 1
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
WEATHEifc. t-.i: SV H Wedne*day, May 10—Wind, North strong cloudy; Bar. 3W!»., . . t . .... ? Thursday, May 11—Wind,- worth-strbng cloudy Sftr.tt-80. " -/ess-" :v :i it "«• ■&lt;:>■'* 1 Friday. May. 18—Wind, fstrozjg, jtae/ Bar. 30"10. ; V, J.i~ y lg-S "cifa I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day tfte ^TMXl^O51 m printed in a new aid .enlarged form/ Tlie terms fol-; lows:—.. .t/v \ Per quarter in -advance (postage in-! eluded)- ^ ; r fc:; Do. do. credit\(pfistage... . 1 ia3.clud^^""Jv' ** '".Js.j Single Copy—TW0PEN€E.r- ^1 * Subscriptions will tiuly be considered, in advance* llf paiti first] month, in eaeti ^Tiattei^ \'f 1; ££" ^' * j Times Office; l*; J : ^ .? . Wallarop, Jan. 4,.18§ff.7 "' ' j m ! SURGEON DENTIST ' i MAESHALLS'f CHAMBERS, EUNDLE &lt; STREET, ADELAIDE , " £ y £ *r' • \ wA i HAS arrived from -Iionflorr 4rith "aft the! latest IiIPitO¥'EMENT3 in DEN-TISTRY arid bSgs to iafoV)ri|the^^i)iti8tis; of Wallaroo and the fiuvioundinjj riilmct' that he will -jp&y- a - P&OEESSlOJfAL/ VISIT ■ to that towti 'on -. ®@.&lt;JR8DviS",' FRIDAY and SAfURDAY^J^fSTE Is2nd; and 3rd and can '4je : tori^lted .&lt;5at!^ tire ; Cornucopia iiafrel, itonr'iOSafrta, i£ll ^-jj.bb. each day. '; ?•' 3!'}i ./it .ZiJ.ilz '....
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 13 May 1882
Cljt ^^ppjsfi'^Cuues.! VTALLABOO, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882. ? • • . i * * *fi ' 7 •:?* j i Atfaibs in murder ai LordOavendisb and Mr Btfr»eJ are becoming thoroii^hly 'the Laud Leaguerij rarje; to ^^ev^^they are now in danger jrfJbecoming~ the subjects of revenge by^bfeiFehiaris; Yeater4aj's telegrams announce the fact jthatl Mews Parnell and Daviit Iiaye.exgneaBed their fear of becoming vjctifhstotbc rengeance of the Fenians ob^ttfefeg^ound, of theit having alanSonecl Itlie^'lrisK cause to the extent^ jnyohejed by theirl recent concessions ia^hejftf errata iawj and order,ta&& tb«R j&iropporfc the Croremment in taking-steps to J)rin_g the assessing of .Lord Iir&lt;^er^^ye^i&lt;li8l»; and Mr 8ur!w»tq jy^tfpg^^^f^tipn io&lt; tikis Mr Davitt peo^des'®.- ratfefep. Sensational story to the^StfcEufard." He cbarcea the JUght tbelate Chief Secretary for Ireland^vith earning out a deliberate |?]en? for encouraging oot-' - rage. Onefe^firebP^ltifi^...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
>'T. J. j :U -:i; WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform lis ous^ustoaiens£»dpublic that he *' 'x'" "' '' ' HAS DETERMINED TO SELL OFF HIS 1 LARGE BTOCK BOOTS AND SHOES At prices that will command a read/ Sale FOBCA$H, The Shop and ^weninjf/IfoaM is fojr Sale ■ ' ortbbe £&,- j Also,78i Acres of First-Class Land fenced, ■■ suburban ol Kadina. - j TO BUILD^Bs AND OTHERS. j NEWLIMEKILNS, WALLAROO. E- EME8 begsleaveto intimate that he" • has again COMMENCED LIMEBURNING at, SUNNY8IDE, and will be prepared to soppy an article of the first' qualit* at cheapest rates. EDWARD EMES. Wallaroo, April 11,1882.' TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS? FOE SALE a HandyFarm of 189acres 1 divided into five paddocks, and on which i is erected a house of five rooms, with the usual outbuildings. The land/which is really lErst class; is" situated-within an easy distance of a Railway Station. For' terms, &e., apply to Mr J Lang, AuctioneerE>dina or tu T. NUGENT, GrSen'm Pliiiw W«t CUT FIREWOOD! CUT FIREWOOD!...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
WANTED & GOOD GENERAL SER- I VANT. Highest Wages. Apply. I MRS JAS. MALCOLM, ■ Wallaroo, j NOTICE. WE havfl appointed MR R. BURDEN I as OUR AGENT for the collection I of all monies due to us. His receipt will be a I sufficient discharge I KEMBER & DREW Kadina. 1 May 13,1882. | I WILL not be RESPONSIBLE FOR any DEBTS contracted in my name I vithout my 'written, authority from this I date. richard watters. Kadina Msy lfj, 1882. j ANTED £ GOOD BUGGY HORSE" I must be staunch and quiet. Apply j to I J. LANG, Auctioneer, I . Kadina, 1 KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. ELECTION OF AUDITOR. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That NOMINATIONS will be received up J till noon of TUESDAY, 23rd of Mav, 1882, for ONE AUDITOR causcd by the resigna- I tion of John Frisk, Junr, Should more than I one person be nominated, the Election will j take place on Tuesday, June 6, 1882. I Polling to commence at 9 a.m., and close at J 5 p.m. Notice is further hereby given, that Mr I George "Paige Daniel, has been...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
. VEBSEDS fESPEGTED. .r Bospbonu, from Newcastle., , Karon,trotri'Sefrcaijtle.*■ - ■ ■: •? • Woonta, ebip^rom Newcastle.. Veralam, from Kewc&stlfi. _ Royal Shepherd, b.b., frojn Port Adelaide. . Ianbra, b -b. from Por>rfijdeteiae. *- """ Erati.'S.e., froiaTortPiHe^ '1 i Governor MuBgrave.from Porb^Aogosta. Flinders,from Port Augnsta. Franklin, ■£./.from Pbi* Adelaide. r
GOVERNMENT PARTY AT PORT AUGUSTA. Tuesday, 11.40 p.m, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
GOVERNMENT PASTY AT POET ' 'AUGUSTA:... : v Tuesday, 11.40 p.m, j There was a great demonstration in fort August* at the Gorernor'js reception to-day/; -The -local Utile Company formed & guard of honor to His Excellency, who was presented with-an address by the Mayor. There were brass bands playing, flags flying, and aaltogetfaei Port Angusta was full of stir aad jollity. A great crowd arrived here today by the special train. The preparations at Quorn /were splendid. About 200 had dinner. Most snmpiuons preparations are being made for the . banquet to-morrow, at the close of which one party goes by4'train to Farina, while another—the majorityreturns to Town.
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
r BTRATHKR " . Saturday, May 13—Wind,-variable sqnaly, cloudy Bar.-8000. • H'"". , Sunday, Kaj 14—Wind, variable squally, cloudy Bar30*20. ' - ' ' "• Monday. Jttay.25-rTO»dvariable egually olondy Tuesday, May . 16—TVTnft."" W6at light fine, Bar. 80-38. -
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday eveniner. 1 -The Directors of the M'Kinlay's Mount Wells Tin Company received a telegram J from Mr Tocal, manager in the Northern Territory, that be bad discovered a splendid lode of tin ore on the Company's property, which onbeing assayed gave a yield of 70 per cent. A very large party started by the special train this morning to be present at the jopening of the Northern Lines, including a number ^>f Members of both Houses. ;There were also present the members' of the City and country Corporations, Heads of Departments, various officials and other gentlemen. 1 " i; The groom named Bray, who on Friday last- rode Dr Jackson's racehorse Ruby, yesterday, while riding near Mount Bar; ker, was thrown, the horse having bolted. Bray received a compound fracture in one of his legs. He is expected to do well. A burglary was committed on the premises of Messrs K. 3. Wigg & Co's. last !night. The thieves entered, the back : window by means of a ladder, a...
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
WaJldroo'TimetO^ee, \ \; ; /Wallaroo. May 9, 1-882. Wallaroo—Wheat, f>g9d. ' Kndina—!Wheat,fSsft^d. • ; Moonta—Wheat,>6b 8d.-I- &lt;; 8no%tbwn—Wl»eat,&B 63. - BarungaGhap^-Wtveat* ■ 5b 7%d* Green's Plains—W-heatp6s gjd. The folio wingare. the prices current for produceat Wallaroo■*—Flour, s£13l5®to£ 14 per ton. ■ Cash. Brant 1« per bushel per-ton. ~ Pollard, Is 9|d per^buehel per ton, both being very scarce. .Register Office, Monday, May 1,5. Wheat is firm with-a~good demand, at 6s 2d per bushel, at which price sales-have been made at Port jidelttda. HigberJ prices are Still looked fo^iherffore feoldjersfjre not eager to pell. Flpur^ls^r^'iio^tr^.brani^ commanding £13 with affair demand, town ruling at £14/ Bran,.!* 7d; pollard Is r7d ; pats. •. 4s to 4s 3d ; barley 4s3d_to 4a 6d.! . T. - '.i
ELDER SMITH, Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
ELDEE SMITH:' Go's. ADELAIDE PEODUC®:^EPOET. I There is a strongdtfmandifor produce of all sorts and the wheal and. floor rnarket is ^gain firm, after «onve.weeka* finpresaion, this activity being caused through, the -publishing of the G-oTerament wheat statistics,. and a good demandVfrom^ Sydney acid other markets' Wool.—Thta® is ,biit little "wool offering at. this season Vf'.tBg but every tiling brought forward Jintls ready buyers'at from 9d to 9d per,lb. for areaey^ and Is 2d to is 9d for scoured sorts. Sheepseins.—Well saved skins, cpjugnand^iightrates, viz., 3s . to 3s 9d each, according to size and quality. Hides.— We have plenty qt.;huvec§ at fr^ffl 3d to 4|d per lb lor properly-salted wet"liides. Dry and faulty hides, however,.fetch .very little money. Ean&lt;Jab6o Skins.-—Bfest'large skins well dried comfnandr from 20a to 25s per dozen, but^sn-air'^fid ,tfan3a"ged .skins are hardly "wo^-tlr senJii^' tp*; market.1 Mimosa Bare.—This article is trery scarce, and our n...