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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
TIMK SIGNAL. Harbour Office, WalUurgpSwi Time signal on tbe Government flagstaff att the Harbour-Mastera residence the fwhite andred,) will be hoisted to the masP^ «ead every 3 uuduy morning at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on tbp in.tant VflinA. the flap will drop corresponding to Greenwich mean time lOh 45m 38 78. |lT|^tbe^ijftfiignal .has ,been made the U*«ro Jilk ^Tlfloil&l. * • T™—'7" '-ifSl-.i A +; ; (Shienrer- !■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
Shipping. FROM wallaroo. mHBSPENGES'S A GULF STEAM SfflP COY,, LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers u under, when practicable f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA-} Sx^tdatMokstisg (_ at7 a.m. 0 __ FOS PORT PIRIE—j Thubsdat, tat 7 o'cloct a.m. f~°~ LUBRA, PORT LENCLON -j Thttbsday or Friday, - I at 4 o'clock p.m. ~° f FLttTDEBS, WBBKBSBil. at 6 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.— -o—_ FRANKLIN, S iIPE DAT, at 6o*olook. p-m. a - ■ ' FOR f LUBRA, FJ8A2TEXIN j Aizekbitatb Thubsdat'b HARBOR ^ T' * At"2 p JD. r' o •: ^ Passage money must be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. AU claimB for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and iiorie will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. : All cargo is 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. BT. WARD,-Agent, .Wallaroo Conveyances;' OPIE'S MAIL COACHES. W. H.OP...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
v.- =.• *;l m *v jjvjv v.-, . . •»* SAILED. -tt _ • Satortasv ^f^,33v£najklia,t. .883. tonB, Crocker. inaBter. for Port Adelaide * Sunday,^ .May 14—Flinders, s.b, 275'' -tbUBi Anderson, toaster ,J&r.W>rt Augusta. SamQ:-'d#y-rr^orEe Schotten. M9 tons. Callia. master^for Newcastle. • _ Same day —tjady Daly. 68 tmtT^Knapp; IfiKBtBr. for Moppt$ BayJ\,T » V"V''.f'.I ;T &lt;1~ Tuesday. May * IT—GcrverBor- M'nB&raVe. B.8* Carring too. maater.-foj gort Angasta... "
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
S H I ? •; R -Vj* 'AWfippJ-CiK-;' Saturday. J May33—JFrankJin, «.p., . 383; tottfi,Crocker, m&ster. frooifort ADgnsta., • ' * Same day—Lotos,' '85'tonll. Xhiubhey,' master, from JPort Adelaide. ■ " :♦«»£*» J i.:*-. Sanday,. i£ay l4—Flmdens, £75-4ons, Andorson. master. frta^^/w^Adelaide, IV7 TtteSBaj. May 17"^Go*%riior "5ffas£rave, b.b.. C^rrington;«Mter.!frdffiiftji?t'A.delaiaB. -
MESSRS RIDGWAY, MADGE AND COGLIN AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
MESSRS RIDGWAY, MADGE AND COGLIN AT KADINA. On Saturday evening, according to intimation ^given by the Mayor at Mr Wigley's meeting in the afternoon, Messrs Ridgway,-Madge and Coglin were present at a meeting in the Oddfellows Hall, Kadina, at eight o'clock- The room was filled, there being about 250 present. The Ma.yok occupied the cbair, and in opening the meeting, expressed bis pleasure at seeing such a large gathering, also at the fact of their being three candidates present. . This last had doubtless been brought about by the action of the meeting which was called on Thursday evening, bat at which none of the gentlemen put i in an appearance. He said be was told that at most of tbe meetings the candidates had spoken in alphabetical order, but they would that evening reverse the programme, and he would call upon Mr Ridgway to address the meeting first. Mb TinrawA*-, who, on rising, was well received, said lie had that evening to depart a little from his usual coarse in addressin...
POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, May 15, 1882. Before Messrs J. Hay J.P., and T. Davies J.P., [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. Monday, May 15, 1882. Before Messrs J". Hay J.P., and T. Davies J.P.. School Visitor Naughton v. Jno. James lis 2d' School fees. Amount paid into Court. Naughton v. Thos. Buck 17s, School fees. Ordered to pay the' amount by instlaments of 108 per month. Same v. Stephen Eames £1 8s; School fees. Ordered to pay £1 and the balance in a month. Same v. Lewis Thomas £1 17a 4d. School fees. A similar order was made in this case. Pine v. John, dames, David and Patrick Bine. For maintenance. Adjourned till next Court daj.
LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, May 15, 1882. Before Messrs T. Davies J.P., and J. Malcolm J.P., UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT BOWERING v. APPLETON—£10 3s 8d. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. Mohday, May 16.1882. Before Messrs T. Davies J.P., and J. Malcolm J.P., Unsatisfied Judgment BowEEtNG v- Appleton—£10 3s 83. Robert Appleton, Laborer, Wallaroo, sworn said. Have three children who are unable to support themselves. My wages are £2 2s a week, constant work. Save other debts to pay. Am paying off old debts at rate of 30s a month. Offer in this case 5s a month. Ordered to pay 5s every fortnight. Bath r. Wikkleb £8 Is 8d. Andrew Winkler, Laborer, Wallaroo, sworn said. Have four children only one aged 13 is earning his own living. He commenced work to day. Don't know how much his wages are to be. I get £1 per week and rations, work for Mr Snodgrass. He pays me regularly By Mr Bath—Was paid my wages last about a fortnight ago. Have no property of my own in Wallaroo. The house I live in is in the Building Society. It belongs to them. My wife pays for it. Have no other property. Have no property in Freeling. Have f of an acre there but don't know where ...
MR WIGLEY AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
ME WIGrLEY AT WALLAROO. At half past four Mr Wigley addressed a meeting in the Institute Hall, Wallaroo, the chair being occupied by the Mayor, Mr Bews. The candidate expressed his views in similar terms to those used at the Kadina meeting published above. At the conclusion of his address a number of questions were asked. Mb J as. Malcolm, J.P-, asked for the candidate's views on Sunday closing. Ms Wiglet said he was Dot disposed to alter Nock's Act. It has not been long in force, and be thought it should have a fair trial. He looked upon it as a mistake to be continually altering any Act. He did not think the one in question Lad been carried out; but in Adelaide, the fault, so far as he understood, was not so much with the police as the Bench, which did not uphold the police in their duty. Mb Cheek asked the candidate's opinion as to the carrying out of the Great Northern line, and the uniformily of gauge. Mr Wigler said by his speech iu the Town Hall, Adelaide, the previous evenin...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
'« LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL - ELECTIONS. On Tharsday last, when the meeting convened atKadina fell through, it seemed as if we were going to he completely overlooked so far as the candidates were concerned ; but each was not the case, for on Friday Mr Wigley telegraphed | arranging meetings at Eadina, Moonta and Wallaroo, for Saturday, and when the train arrived it was found that MeBsrs Madge, Ridgway and Coglia were also passengers. These gentleman went to Moonta, while Mr Wigley remained at Kadina, and after addressing a meeting, went on to Wallaroo, afterwards proceeding to Moonta. Messrs Ridgway, Madge and Goglin. after holding meetings at Moonta, returned to Xadina, and addressed a "very large meeting in the Oddfellows' Hall. MR WIGLEY AT KADHSTA. According to announcement, Mr J. FWigley attended at the Oddfellows' Hall Kadina, at half-past two o'clock on Saturday, May 13, to express his views on the leading political questions of the day, as a pandidate for a seat in the Legislativ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
MR A. J. HUET, SURGEdif DENTrST MARSH ALLS' CIIAMBERS, RUNDLE .. V STREET,: A DEL AIDE. HAS arrived, frpm London with all the latest I^E&OYEftElfaS in DENTISTRY nnQ^eeS ^o'inforrii 'the inhabitants of Wallaroo ana ^the surrounding district that he will pay -a PROFESSIONAL VISIT 'to -,t]bat Wwn; on;. THURSDAY, FRIDAY'ana SATURDAT, JUNE 1st, 2nd arid^Srd and «an i>e consulted at the CorBtrco^w iiotel, from till 5 p.m. each dfcy# : si;.'. C.. All.gjg-eons desirous „of ,B§eiqg_ Mr, Huet will kindly callas early in;the dayis possible.
PORT WAKEFIELD. May 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
PORT WAKEFIELD. (From ourovn Correspondent). Mav 4.1882. [We regret that this letter was mislaid, or it would have appeared sooner.] I am glad to say that our locality has participated in the glorious rains, that have abundantly fallen throughout the whole of the colony. The change has made both farmers and townspeople rejoice, not only has it altered the face of the earth; but it has altered the face of muo, woman and child. They are not like the same people we met a week or two ago. The farmers around have now got their work to do to prepare the land and get the seed in, and as far as one is able to judge, they are going in for that right heartily. Many say they have seen late rains like what we have first had, turn oat splendid harvests, and we sincerely trust their anticipations will be amply verified, by the abundance of our next harvest. Business I do not think is very active, the want ot ready money I believe is the great drawback. There has been very little lately in the tow...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 May 1882
WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY. MAT 17, 1882. CoNia^ET to «xp.ectfition8, a t £he eleventh homy the jPepinsuU wasfavored by a visit from a number of those who are candidates, for the vacaqt seats fa the Legislative Council., JBy. .the afternoon train from Adelaide on Saturday, there arrived Messrs Wigley; Eidgway, Madge and Cog] in. M| Wlgley remained at Kqdina, where be addressed a meeting at halt |>ast two; the otber tbree^gentleman going to Moonta h'eld a'meeting there; the same afteiwboh. From Kadina ,]&x Wigley proceeded to WaUaroo where ieheld a meeting in the Institute^at haif'past four. On-aocount thp ebprt .notice and inconvenient Jiour. uofortunattly&lt; no2e of the afternoon meetings ^ere largely attended. At ^dina in ll»e ^^feffiri^l^^fever, there was one-of the best el^tiph oQeetirigs tliat webaveseen onibd Beniosala for e very long time,%nd the electors were addressed by Mfcairs &idg#ayi-®i«dge^ andCoglin ; alltltiesetfttididato* being well received. ■ ...
PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882
3 TlTgljlO EDTJCATJOir. (tq thjs.editob ovthe waliiaeoo tikes'). : Sra,^Froto the mode ofreasonxog adopted by tha-Be?. W- Kftmedf, in his reply, which appeareii.in joar last is*ae, to my letter oq the ftboveeutyect, We are to understand that &U fecqiar education is a&iuia infidelity, this is certain^j a ne w definition of infidelity, and if Sawkins & do. would be pleased with my last letter (which I question) how much >Wfterplea»ed w»j,l they be with theBev. W. Kennedy's definition of infidelity. -Only fcbiDk, Sir, secular education, secular amuse ments, in foot anything seoalar is akin- to in fidelity.* - Dr Longmar states that infidelity is '^.Disbelief of the inspiration of the scrip tares, Breach of trtiBt, treachery &c." wards the close of the Bev. W* Eenaedyla letter he mentions (hat the Catholics.of this colony do not require state aid for sectarian purposes, bat simply ack the state to pay for the secular portion of the education they im pa...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. A petition has been numeriouBly signed and will be presented to the Governor asking for a remission or mitigation of Dr Morrison's sentence, on the grounds ! that -lie signed the report in the belief that Dr Thdmas had passedWeatherhead, To Lthe. . -petitioners ^knowledge Dr Morrisons character was. such that they were certain that he would not injure any one, andihat he signed in the full con fidence ®f Hick's assurance. ;In the action Handle v. -Yon Doassa and others for damages for assault, com mitted on ' plaintiff at Hahanflort in November last,, the defendant did not derfythe assault, and pleaded aggrevation, lnd?pifa £29 into Court. Verdict- for plaintiff ?or£100» Midnight, The Commissioner qfpublic Works (Hon, JJ.. G. Hamsay,) the Minister o£ Education (Son. J. Ii. Parsons,) and about forty4, ^gentlemen (mostly members of Pajjiament,) arrived in tbe city this even* idg Jby ape&isl train. All expressed their high gratification at t...
RATEPAYERS MEETING AT GREEN'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882
^iTEPAYEHS MEETINa AT GREET A PLAINS. ■ . ■ ■ . A ratepayers meeting doily convened by advertisement in the local and weekly-paper* was Laid in the room ofthe JsLaiiway Hotel, Paskeville/^dii l^dsj^enmgJ'Ms| 16, 1882. There was a fair attendance, although it was anticipatedl^at^'is Che subject to be considered wasan 411-important one, there would have been a very Jarge meetM ing. Mir W. L. Belling, chairman of the District Council, -on the motion* of Mr J; -Reidy-was yoted-to the ehair. The Chairman having read the advertiser -ment convening the meeting, Btated that the ratepayers bad - been called together to con sider the ^esirabiltyoF other w)ie of *" con - tinning boringbperationsat Green's Plains.! At the* last meeting of tjhe - Council the! subject had been diecueeed, but thosepreseht ] at that:meeting were-not ttnanimoup on, thei question, hence the calling oF the meeting'lhatl evening. At the Council meeting in question! two were anxious to Btoptke boring-at once,} whi|ot th...
GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL MONDAY, May 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882
GrBEEN'S PLAINS DISrRIC'r COUNCIL Monday, May 15,1882. Present—Ci s W. L. Belling, (Chairman.) T. Dajnjan, P. A''®?1? fi Tftit . snd W. Wyatt, J.J?,, The minutes of the previous, as well. as of the special meetings, were read and con firmed. COEEESPOKDEKCE. A. circular was yeeeiyecj from th6 Children's Hospital Committee, eolicitary a donation.— Received, Besolred that a- donation", of £1 ia be granted. \ . - - Tendebs. Tender 19.—For cleaning and 'grubbing • road, from Bection ,235, to 237 and across telegraph line into "the old main road. t T WL O; WiHehipe.-jat gs 4d par chain, to be finished J>y June 25, accepted. A:LoYiBj,rat~28 6d per chBlh. 1 Cr Dayman'reported that complaints had > been made to him of a drain made aoro38 "a road by Mr Kemp, which vas very dangerous to traffic- ; • : B-esolred that the Clerk .be instructed to ast Mr.Kemp to remote the Baine^ or to get it removed at Mr Kemp's expense. .. Resolved that applications be called for-any person .willing to ere...
LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, May 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882
1ST N JG W S. I s London, May 19,1882. Vogel is a passenger pe - AoKraf from London. He is coming out to float an Australasian Electric Light Company. Capital, £260,000. The Eddys tone lighthouse was opened ~~ SirJIenry P^rks breakfasted at the United Eingdp|tt nA|Uance Club tbis -morning,-~4Ehere "itfas. two hundred mem« bers of *Pai?8inierit andothers present. pHp said .tbe.-Ne«~SSnth Wales Licensing Bill was highlysuccessful.. ; -; : ; Sir AndrewClarfce, formerely/a Xic foriaoV has been 'appointed Inspector Genieral«f ^FortiScations. * ' -An Irish paperpublished io New York asserts that the murder of Gladstone, Forster and Burke was planned in Amcrics by tiie- Fenian Gotmcilbfft that Glftd stbdeV sentence was rerai^d. The i Canadian%limsfry daring the recess entend endeavouring to .complete i negatiations^for Commercial Treaties with Eranee -:and Spain, with the approved of tbelmperfel; Government. . ■ London, Idtb May. - The Porte protests against the despatch of the combined fl...