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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

w< ■rl' 1 ■ '• •' -'u. ■-lii/i.fe. lOIICl. IN C0NSEQUBKCE 6B': iiiVlN 3 , TOPTA* > J. I ;T A .T ,T f li "OULD B^PSKTCFnt^i? Worm hii numerous CaBtemere **id,the publif th&the ' -x . . 'i'Se* # 1# j HAS DETEEMINEp^ * -* TO SELL OEE B38 LARGE STOCK ; cf •••.;i ^y, -.g I BOOTS AND SHOES , j At prioea that will cojntriBntiB -ready Sale : IOfcCASH,cJ V'3 ; The Shop sod Dwelling: HpuBe is for Salf or to.be lLet,Vl " ■ Also, 78| Acres pf^^^t-thu8!t<and fended, suburban -pi Kadina, TO BUILDEEg^NB j^IHER^. NEW LIMEKILNS, WALLAROO. ; EEMES begs leave -to intftb&e thiit -lie • has again' COMMENCED " LIME BURNING at SUNNYSIDE, and will bfe prepared to soppy an article if^he first quality at cheapest rates. EDWARD EM^B. j Wallaroo, April 11, 1682. * 'I ? TO CAPITALISTS. jAX© OTHERS. - ■ ' ■> > i ; ,i* I FOB SALE a Handy Farm of ;189 »om> divided into'fire-paddocks, and on which is erected a house <of fire rooms, with the usual outbuild...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

Ex Lubra e.B. CaLt-go for WaHattKJ-^^Biohard-l nor, 3 Barton. 3Darke, 5 M&y, 10 BalJi.,2 Oopleyj 62 Us.yi#b & Co.. 39 Oider. 2 Smuli4 fi Bristowe, IV "WallarooSmelting Works, 3 Keeli'tigt! S* Co-Op.~ Society, 8 Burpee, 1 I'arnell & Bowman, 7 I/erido,r 1 James, 15 North & HarrcM, i-Tiye/S ®ollnieyer.' For K»din&—1 BJaolcney, 7 "Willi&niB, 8 Hall, 1' Martin,ST. H. Hall, 9 Secombe, 2 Truecott. 9 Tregloa.ii e Albou, 6 Quinton, 44 Borlace, 142 Wal lftrroMiniS, 27 "Recdoll, 2 Gook,'20 ;fiiT*iB' and Diwo, 13 SquibF, 4£arnefct. 2 BrotrEur For >8oow> town—2 Bowell. 8 iietcMord. ,

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

WjtLIj&BQO, SATDEDAY. MAy 20. 1882. "^ It is irapoMible for anyone to travel the vast plains whielvarer troesed by f'* new line just cociplefed. and which has. connected the first pouion of the north||n line from Adelaide id" that from .Pfitt Augusta nortliwards,witho nt being gtri||fc with the large, amouritioif capital that ha% foeen expended oil them by selectoW? Mtrea those with tbe l^afit fliDount of .pjrjj-f. cejititjn possible will understand that on the future prosperity ";pf-^tjill^-^act of country depends tlte.prdfcpficts >of hund reds of hardworkiugmen.* -rjAtthe pre sent time of'the yearV^hen- the young crops are beginning-tp-?spront in some parts, while inloihers large iBelds are turned up ready for Btiwing. and look afe smooth as aa onion be/5, it scarcely pp^ible to imagine the condition of ihifigswhich obtained from say October, io Jthe.'middle. of April, .wli£Tl"T^he, whole surface was parched, while th&reis hot a tree to afford shelter either fqr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

KADINA WESLEY AS" CHURCH. TRUST BELIEF FUND. — THANKSGIVING SERVICES In connection with the above will be held as follows:— - ON SUNDAY, 21st MAY, 1882, BEY. W. P. WELLS, Of Wesley Church, Melbourne, Will Preach Morning and Evening. ON SUNDAY, 28th (WHIT-SUNDAY) BEY. C. T. NEWMAN Will oonduct two Services of GOSPEL IN SONG, Assisted by a CHOIR OF EIGHTY (80) VOICES. ON WHIT-MONDAY, 29th MAY, A TEA MEETING, tf ii| be held in the Lecture Hall, at 4.30 o'clock. A PUBLIC MEETING will follow: — Speakers R. S. Casely President of the Con ference, R. M. Hunter, T. Kyte, J. H. Willams, J. McNeil C. T. Newman, and other friends. MUSICAL SELECTIONS by the CHOIB. Collections in aid of the Funds. DRARPEY! DRAPERY ! DRAPERY! THOROUGHLY NEW 1 SEASONABLE! WELL SELECTED! FASHIONABLE! USEFUL! CHEAP! TO those who have so long and so liberally supported me in the past, in connection with the Grocery Business, and to tbe public generally, I have much pleasure ia announcing that it is my intention to OP...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

EXPORTS. - rer Iiubra i.s. For Port Adelaide—27 empties; Srcith, 3 empties, l,fail brl. Primrose and Go. 80 bags—20 half bags—10 quarter bags Soar, -Wigg aiid Sens, 50J bftgs flour, W, Duffieirt and Co., 1 below, Crocker. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

MR A. J. HLT^:^ - BURGEON DENjriijPr- ^ I * MABSHALLS* Cfl fiTB£STf ADELAIDE* ■ ■ | -^V, HAS arrired from, Xionilon with all (lit latest IMPROVEMENTS in DEN: TISXET -and begs ^informib? inb|>bit^u|e.' of Wallaroo and the surrounding district that bo '.■■will, pay a^rPBOFESSIOKAX VISIT to that townVjnn- THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATUBIXAY, JUKE 1st, pnS and 3rd and pan be consulted at the.. Cornucopia Hotel, from 10 a.m. tiH 5 p.in.1* each day. ........... '; All persons desirous of seeing 1 Mr *l0uet will kindly call as early in the day as possible.' kotice io THEgTOic-,; To-day the WALLAEOO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged fohn.l The terms in future '"#31 be as fol low*:— .. ; -■ ; Per quarter in advance {postage in cluded) '«» . . -8s. Do. do. credit (postage ircludsd) / .40' ... 4e. Single Copj—TWOPENCE. I Subscriptions will only be consider in advance if paid during' the moiithineachquMtOT. ' - ; §j$ " A. I'.TAY^OE^ Times Office, = £ Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. \ jj£"

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MAGISTRATES COURT—MAITLAND. WEDNESDAY, 17TH May, 1882. [Before H. Lamshed, J.P., and J Smith, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

MAGISTRATES COURT — MAIT&AND. Wednesday, 17th May, 1882/ fBefore E. Lamshcil, J.P., end J Smith, J.P.] 1 Manger it. Patrick Gillan—Patrick Chilian wascharged by Banger Noblfl with removing timber from the Waste Lands of tWOrcWn; Mr Wm. Earle appeared for the defendant and pleaded guilty to the charge. - Fined £2, costs 17s. ; Police «. MacJclin—John Macfclin ' was charged by Mounted ConBtable Noble, driv ing a waggon on a Main Road in Maitland after half an hoar after sunset, and before half an honr before sunrise on the 6th inst. Defendant pleaded guilty, bat stated he had a light from Messrs Warn's store to Lehmann'«. Being a windy night and having a hole in the lantern he was not aware it waB oat until Mounted Noble informed hun. Fined 5s without Costs. Police v. Francis—Thomas Francis was charged by Mounted Constable Noble with driving a two wheeled vehicle On a Main Boad in Maitland after half an hour after sunset and before half an hour before sunrise. Mr Bhudolph Fisc...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

VESSELS XNllAaBOR. = VESSELS EXPECTED. BoaphoruB, barque,from. Newcastle. Saxon, frosi Newim&tle.' : • • * ' - *" '• *.*•; , Moonta.sbip, from Newcastle." Vcrol.-un, from Newcastle. • r Royal Shepherd, s.s., from Bart Adelaide. Iiubiu, 8.8., frnjii Port Adelaide. -■ Emu, a.s., frum Port Pirie.' .. Governor Musgravo, from Port Adelaide. flinders, £.s., from Port Adelaide. * , f ranfelia, e.s., from Fort Angusta.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, May 17, 1882. (Before Messrs T. H. Hall and J. Styles, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

LOGA.L COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, May 17. 1882. (Before Messra T. H. Hall and J. Styles, ' In-the case Williams v. Bennetts, heard last court day, 'May. 3, in answer to the point reserved by the Bench, on the appli cation of Mr James, who appeared for Williams, the S.M. (3. B J Bhepberdson, Esq.,} caused, the following to . be read in court—" Pee Eele C.J", ii? E. v. Pearson —If the party used unnecessary violence Fin-aeserting a question of right, the ques tion of title"sheuld be entirely left out of the Justices' consideration and the party be coifltnited ofan assault—34 J.P. 131-2. In the case Bennetts v, Williams in which judgment fas reserved, the follow ing verdict was delivered—I consider the defendant used Unnecessary violenpe. I therefore convict him of the assarult charged and imposed a fine of £L with costs of Court and Informant's witnesses. Manci/abeb v Anneas—Charge of al lowing a cow to stray. Fined 5s and costs 10s. School Visitob (T. Naughton) v Heitb? Whit®—Claim for...

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GOOD ORDER IN KADINA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

GOOD ORDER IN KLADINA. (to the editor of the wallaeoo times) I Sib,—Allow me & email apace in your next issue to reply to the splenetic epistle of " Humbug." From the whole tone of his letter it is clear that be is a good hater. It is & pity, however, that he allowed this evil spirit to so cloud his vision, as to render him incapable of discerning actuaj fajpts. Love is proverbially blind, and hatred isblinding, as " Humbug" liaB demonstrated afresh in bis short letter. He thinks that there was no reason for suspecting the police of taxitj in the - discharge of their duty. I am sorry i cannot agree him. Twelvemonths and' more jagonow the ratepayers of Kadina decided— wisely or unwisely that is not the question— to closethe public-houses in the 'township all day on Sunday. That some were angry at the decision is well, known. But there can be neither doubt, hesitation, nor dispute as to ■ what the law is in 'Kadina. The houses ought to he closed all day. . Now the qaes...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

WEATHER./. "Wednesday—Wind, Weat.AiKttj flae;'Bar.;30-40. Thursday—Wind, N.W., light, fine,.Bar- 3t)-35. - Friday—WlnA,' West, fine', Bar: 30'40. i

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MAY, 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

r :- WALLAROO CORPORATION. U - -Wednesday, May, 17, 1882. 1 r Present— Crs Walkley (in the" Chair,) Bath/ Trye, Bird, Oliphanf, •Chatfield, and the TownCierk. The minutes ,of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. p - : Apologies. ! From the Mayor and Crs Phillips and Masters. Received.! . Cb Tbye apologised for his absence at tjie previous meeting; and paid the.fine standing in ihefmiaiites against him. Ci Ohatfbep moved that Or Trye's explanation be deemed -safisfactory and that his fine be remitted. Cb Bath seconded. Carried. CobbespoSdekce. From the superintendent of the local lines re the line runuing serosa the road Je&ding to the. old jetty and to the new ^oods shed.L Received, From Mr Jones, the Surveyor, re the SurFey of tlife' road leading to the goods shed. .Received. . . From H. B. Hawke, re a Hand Roller for footpath^ Received. From the Municipal Association South Australia, enclosing programme ot busi ness for meeting to be licld on May 26, as Well as en...

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RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

^RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOL. ■ (to the editor of the W£I£&boo tucks.) Sib,—It appears to me thatthe controversy ra (1) tbe reading of. the Bible, and (2) the teaching of Religion, in 8tate Schools, is naturally divieible into two.distincts parts— as above. As to. the thie first, caij people of diyersifiedviews be agreedae to ivhat version of tho. Bible should be read? We simply say, " noj thsy cannot and don't intend io be,either. . Until they can be agreed, is it to1>e supposed , that any Legislature will make the reading of any version compulsory ? Suppose it should * l>eeome the lav of our land that' the Protec tant version should be so used, what would the Catholics say ?. Or, the Catholic version, what would tha Protestanta say ? It is all very well for pcopleto grumble (it eases the mind) over this matter, but the thing is not workable. And then, if the Bible is read in our schools, somebody mnet be paid to do so; and that would be a state ReU^ion at onc...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

COMMERCIAL.- J Wallaroo Timet'Qffice, • - Wafiatbd/ May Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 9d. 3C«dina—Wheat, 5s 8Jd. " f Moonta—Wheat, 5s 83. ' *" Snowtown—Wheat, 5a 6d. Barunga Gap—Wbeat> 5a. 7Jd„. ' -' Green's Plains—Wheal. SB 8|d; »i The following are the 'prices ourrent for prolaceat Wallaroo Flour, £13 15s to £l£per ton. Cash. Bran^is Vid per bushel per tonVJic: ik' -• Pollard, Is 9£d per' "bushel per^tpn, both. being t«j scareeJ. *: *>" . Eegitter Office.Thuisdaj, May 18. The wheat market is, guiet< jbntrfirm rat. 6« 2d per bushel at Port , A.4elftide, Town brr-nds flour are worth £14 per ton ; country'" £i3; bran la 7d per bushel ; pollard '7« do; oata 4s to jjd <Io,; /barley. 3d to4s 6d do. - "

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

T1HK SIGNAL. Harbour Ojfice . Ticne oil th« ilovernment i i!ie .lar'war-M u'ern 'wsiiieiice llij mi l •>■!,) wu! be huistcU to" arerjr -iunJuT morning »t five' to fight j'cl'ick, A.-M»ide mean time, a'ncFSzT tW instant of eight Vclock. the flag will drop coricniini'iiiiR to Greenwich tnean t.iuaa lOh iSni 33 V*." lTt« r lhe nTOo"TlErwi--iw»^»eeB nid« thcUaionJack mllbn hoisted. - i>A».eryer. J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

Stripping. 1 FBOM WALLABQO. under, when mES SPBKOBB'fl M. aUBF STEAM SHIP COY-, LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as f FLINDERS, FOE POET AUGUSTASpsdatMoening (_ at 7 aan. " ° c "EMU, FOE POET PIRIE—< Thotbday, (.at 7 o'clock a.m. -o-—•— r LUBEA, - POET UHCLON-i Thttbsday or Fbiday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. . ~~ *° f~~flindbbs, I WBBIfSSD il. I at 6 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—H n-nTwvriv j . FBANKLIN, | fiiltBKATi at 5 o'clock, p.m. FOB f ° LUBEA, FRANKLIN j Axtbbnatb Tjtuesdaxs HABBOB V_ At 2 p.m. -o-—;_ - Passage money wxtbt be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must fee rendered within 84 hoar# oCretaele discb&rge j and none "will be adfflitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. ^ . All cargo is carried'by "th^ft steamers sa**~ ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Comjapy' form of Bill-of Lading- . , The Spencer's JShjalf Steamship Co,, Limited. H. WAED,Agent, Wallaroo Con...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

—o— ' *. -p :v--.a flATLm > ^ . i I "Wednesday, May 17—FUudars/ M.A.,: #76 tone, AaAsraon. mfi£ter,Tor Port jAdelmda, , ,• it 5 - Ssma day—Lotos, 85 tons. ' Daabney, master. Tor Fort Augusta. Thursday. May 16—Governor Hasgrave. b.b.. Carringtoa. master. Tor Port Adelaide. Tbanday. May 11—Jfipau, B.«s., 39a toiiB, Creor,: imtBtar. for Port Pine. -j Friday, May 18—I,nbr*,fe.«-, 22*j tone, JleKtt, Busier, f»r Fort Adelaide vfa'PftrtTjincoln^ g j| i

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SHIPPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 20 May 1882

8 II II' F I K G ARHIVJSD. ... I Wednesday, May 17—Flinders, fc.B.", 275'^tofe, Afederaon, muter, from PortAugosta. « Ttmreday. May 18—Gorernar Muegr«re,,-B.B" ■Carrington. master, from Port Augusta. . " -*,,, Thursday, May 18—Emu, b.b., 393 tonB/'Creer, master, from Port Adelaide. - ■' <■> ---? Same ^ay—Lubra, a-i.,224 tons, Xratt, toaster, from Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln.. Passengers i lira Harper ajid family {6} in tHe cabin.\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882

TO BUILDEKg ANB OTHEBS. NEW LIMEKILNS, WALLAROO-": U , EEME3 begs lea re-to intimate that lie • has ag*in OOMMENCEB iJULMJEj BURNING-at SUNNYSIDfi,' auS wffi.'tfe prepared to soppy «n «r&le .of *¥he*iJ5rit quality at cheapest rates. " s "f" s"si :"" EDWARD EMES. Wallaroo. Aprilll, 1882; * .K-" '• TO CAPMALISTS 6t£j5B&. FOB SAKE m Handy-FannOaf 189 &eres divided into fire paddock*, and on which ia erected a, house Of five ro^n^wittljixe usual outbuildings. The land Really first claas, is eituatedwithin an es^$iB|»uiee<pf tli Railway Station. For terms,&o.,»pply,to- MifffjEaag^ <A«k. tioneerKadinaor t«f v Tt NtJGENT, ' n s Wffll. CUT FIREWOOD! CUT FIREWOODIJ CUT MBSWOODI !'! rilHE UNDERSIGNED Is prepared to -M. deliver in any pari" oT ^he-Min^s o E&dinaj Cut Firewood ininj^Bsatit^st ft lowest possible rates from Lis Chaff and Fire wood Establishment, Newtown. • JloNOTTLE. ^ PAINTING, PAPfEH^<MS^,^a^, WWARD bega t...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday evening. I The Mayor's Chain will be handed to < the present occupant of the office to-mor row. '-It is a very elegant and costly article. Two or three banks bare resolved to raise . the grates one per cent. The new rates will be 8 per cent on overdrafts ; 7 per cent, on "" discounts and promissory notes on six months Bills- This is done independently of each other. The Central Road Board have resolved that $11 weighbridges on main roads shall be licensed by them. The Colonial Industry Association will support Salom, Grainger, Hay, English, Bidgway and Madge. It has been raioing heavily nearly all day in Town ; and reports from tbe countiy districts state that tbe rain bas been genera!. Midnight, An engine on the Semaphore train while passing along St. Vincent Street collided with a fishmonger cart and smashed one wheel. The occupant saved himself by jumping out. It is stated that tbe Sisters of Mercy are about to open an Institute for training...

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