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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 January 1882
WALLABOO COEPO RATION. [ Wednesday jainjabr it. 1882. Present—Grs 'Phillips, Walkley, Masters, Chatfield, &eo.l01iphant, Bird, Trye, Bath and the TowmGlerk. ; Cr Cfoatfield in apologising for the absence of the Major, who was attending ^.meeting _ at G-reen'e Plains, proposed that-Gr Phillips take the Chair. This was seconded by Or Try© and carried. * Tbe minutes of the previous meeting as well aa thai of the special meeting were — read and confirmed. - - - COEEESEOMJEirCE-" From theJTownClerk,Moonta Corporation, requesting their co-operation in getting an alteration in the time table between the Peninsula arid. the Barra, so as to enable passengers totravel to the north in one day.' |„ The. Town Clerk explained that, having received the letter just read the morning after the ordinary Council meeting, he replied to it, stating that theGouncil, at the request of that of the' Bnrra, had already taken action in the matter. Cr Walkley proposed that the letter be received and the...
PUBLIC MEETING AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 January 1882
PUBLIC meeting wa? held in the Thursday. evening, JahuarygI2, |br ; thpi purpose of considering thehleBt means of urgingnpon the Goycr,nmenttiie"»eces8ity: of ariaking an alteration in the* time table on ihe Peninsula and Northern lines, so as to admit of passengers between the North and tbe Peninsula performing tbe journey either way in one day, instead of being compelled to spend a night at Haxnley Bridge as is now tbe case. And in tbe /second place to ask the Govern ment to reduce the present rate of fares ] charged between the Peninsnla and | Adelaide^ :7The Mayor of Wallaroo, Mr | Bews, and Councillor Phillips as repre sentatives of Wallaroo were present. Mr J. J. Christmas, Mayor of Kadina, opened the proceedings by explaining the steps that had already been tatsen in the matter by the Corporations of Wallaroo., Kadina, Mocnta and tbe Burra. He was then voted to the chair. He said the question so far had only been, dis cussed, but there had been no fixed Bcheme adopted. That w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 January 1882
NOTICE 10 THE PUBLIC. To-day the "WALLAROO TIKES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) — 3s. po. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered laCadvance if paid during the first iroith in each quarter. 3) & A. P. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan *4,1882.
GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCILL SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 January 1882
GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUWCIti Special Meeting. A special meeting of the Green's PlainB District Council was held on Wednesday, January 11, at the Green's Plains Hotel. There were present, the Chairman (M> W. I. Belling), Councillors Thomas, Wyatt, Dayman, and the Ulerk (Mr Willshire.) The Clerk intimated that at the last meeting of the Ciintoc Council the question of a water supply , had been freely discussed j and resolutions had also been passed relative to the watering of stock at the reservoirs, now that water was getting scarce. He then read the resolutions that had been passed, one of which was a decision to prohibit the 1 watering of flocks of sheep after the present month. He thought it well to call the Green's Plains Council together, as they were interested in one of the dams on the boundary between that district and Clinton, which it was thonght necessary to have cleaned out and enlarged.. Cr Dayman thought it was T&ther hard if a farmer had a few sheep, tha...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 January 1882
®3jt 9®allat'00 t&irm. WALl-ABOO, SATURDAY, JANUABT14,1882. Our iate terrains bring the unfor tunate news that smallpox has broken out on. Torrens Island, the victim being a steerage passenger. It has caused a great sensation in Adelaide a'l&ough the news was not known until 10 o'elook last night. It is some satisfaction, however, to find that stringent measures are being adopted by the authorities for preventing its .spread. Tag announcement that the German 0-overntgent has determined to con fiscate any newspaper that dares to censure the Imperial rescirpt, will be received with some astonishment. It appears that in that enlightened poantry the time has not come when can sit under their own " vine #n4 fig tree," and express their opmions freely, The meeting that was held in Kadina on Thursday evening, relative to the alteration . of the railway time table, and the reduction of fares, did not manifest any unanimous feeling A3 to the nature or extent of the desired al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
ISS bennett will fesutne her MUSIC ddties-tn Wallaroo and kadina on Tuesday, January 24. ' a^quarter'fi notice required on the removal of a pupil. ; . . -. : notice. Messes kimber & drew beg to notify that all ACCOUNTS owing to "them must be PAID at once. Those persons who have not responded to their communications wjli be proceeded against. J. KIMBEB, Commercial Chambera; Adjacent to the PoBt Office, £rdina. FOB SALE BY TENDER.—a BARGAIN. TENDERS will be received by the under . signed up to noon of Jan. 31, for Purchase of substantial stone house of eight rooms, with 89£ acres land situated on the Kadina and Wallaroo Road, lately in the occupation of Mr H. Wenlock. - No tender necessarily accepted. M. A. cavill, Goyder Street, 3Iadina. - notice. Ithe UNDERSIGNED, HEBEBY 9 GIVE NOTICE, That i- will not be RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS contracted by wy WIFE, MARY JANE smith, on and after this date. richabd smith, Jb. Kadina, Jan. 15, 1882. notice. All goats, pigs, fowls, &...
QUERY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
QUERY. (TO Tint EDITOR OF THE WALXABOO TIMES) I ' Sib.—As a new cbutn at Kadiaa, can ybu eay if it is right or proper for any civilian to bring, a man from off a private allotment and lock him up for being a ""jttle ■' screwed"—and on the followiug ay adjudicate on the case himself, as a iP. and inflict a fine of 20s on the 3rtanate fellow. If this is law I shall clear oat Yours,-&c. FAIR PLAT. Kadina, January 15tfc, 1SS2
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 11.58 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
ADELAIDE TELEG3JAMS. Tuesday, 11.58 p.m. I The reports from the quarantine ground are favorable, it is stated that the exces sive heat checks the spread of the infec tion. At a meeting of the seat holders of St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, held -to day, it was resolved that the Eev. 8. Green had fully explained liia position, with regard to his sale of land to Harri son, and expressed sympathy and confi dence in him. The weather in the City to-day has been intensely hot, with eveiy appearance ofa continuance.
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. John Parkins, solicitor, has been sent to gaol for three months for asking alms in a public place. A woman named Sutherland, while crossing a paddock at "Warambool, was attacked by a ball and gorged in the thigb, causing a frightful wound,, from theefleits c? wbich fche is Jiot likely to, reeorer. It is stated that the. Wotonga ;?ot ashore through the JKlofc getting .drank. An inqniry is proceeding. There are no further cases of small pox
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
SHIP PING NE WS. &RBIVED, Saturday, Jan. 14—BtfyalShepheWL~&tuf®454£m8, Campbell, master, from Fraukiin tfarbor. Sunday, Jan. 15—Franklin, tone, Crocker, master, from Fort AngUBta via Port Firae." Sunday, Jan. 15—Flinders, b.s>., 270tons, Anderr son. toaster, from Port Adelaide. Monday, 3an. 16—J. L. Hall, 680 tons, Simpson,*^ master, from Newcastle. - Crr
BELIEF FOR PERSECUTED JEWS, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
BELIEF FOR PERSECUTED JEWS, ■ A powerful movement- has been set on fool in Xiondon for the relief of the*home less Jews-in Rnssia. Tlie prime movers are Cardinal Manning,the Archbishop of Canterbury, Cannons .Farrar and Liddon, with others. It is stated that a million pounds Stirling will lie. wanted. Tbe promoters have already met "with great encouragement. One of the leading Jews is a subscriber of £10^000. MEMORIAL TO THE CZA'R. Iu connection wifh the movement for the relief of the Russian Jews, a memorial on the subject is being pre* pared for presentation to the Czar,
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882
BAILED. Saturday. Jan. 14—Royal Shepherd, b.b., 245 tons, Campbell, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Iiincoln. Sunday, Jon. 16—Franklin, s.e., 378 tonB, Crocker, master, Tor Port Adelaide. Sunday, Jan. 12—Flinders, b.b, 278 tons, Ander son, master, for Port Augusta. . , .