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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
OTTERNSr.ANTL Brisbane Tuesday I Two miners working at the South Lady Mary; Gold Mine, Gytnpie, fell down a shaft'160 feet deep and were blown to pieces by the explosion of that shot which they had previously lighted, and from which they were trying to escape. There nameB ate John Campbell and Lewis Pritchard. , v
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
w ANTED a GOOD GENERAL SER VANT- Highest Wages. Apply." MRS JAS. MALCOLM, , WaHavoo. MTT AN^ED a GOOD BUGGY HORSE, f T must be staunch and quiet. Apply to J. LANG, Auctioneer, Kadina. WANTED a respectable SERVANT to . to act ae HOUSEMAID, &c. Apply Office of this paper, Kadina or Wallaroo. WANTED at the HAMLEY MINE ^ORTY(40) TONS GOOD SOUND MA1LEE LOGS, from 9 to 14 inches in diameter, various lengths. Also, 4Q0 MAL L-EE, PINE, or TEA TREE -posts, not less than 4 inches in diameter, and 7 feet long. Farther particulars may be obtained at Mine Office. TJIOS. COWLING, Superintendent. Hamley Mine, 18th May, 1882. THE. Advertiser is open to make up Books, and do any Clerical Work that may offer. Apply Office of tbis paper, Kadina or Wallaroo. TO MASONS AND OTHERS. TENDERS wili be received by the Under signed, up till FRIDAY, May 26, 3882, for the ERECTION of a STORE in Wild man Street, Wallaroo Plans and specifications may be seen at the Store, on and after Monday next. Neither ...
PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
PUBLIC EDUCATION. (to THE EDITOK OF THE WAI1I1A.EOO TUCKS.) 1 —Permit me to remind Mr Malcolm once more that the exclusion of all religion is akin to infidelity, and infidelity subverts the dearest interests of God. It is not necessary that the infidelity should be positive, negative infidelity effects the purpose equally as well though more slowly. Mr Malcolm says I have given a new definition of infidelity. Mr Editor, you can plainly see I haye given no definition of infidelity, but merely stated its effect,—namely, that it subverts the dear est interests of God, consequently Mr Malcolm endeavours to misrepresent me which Is, to say the 4east of it,.vary naughty of the would be rev. gentleman. Mr Malcolm says, " only think, sir, secular amusements, in fact, anything secular, is afcia to infidelity." Does he n&lt;>t see that there is a differenoe, not only of degree, but of kind between secular amuse ments and mental culture? He also says, " what the Catholics ask for th...
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
weather: .t'1: '■ ■; ; Saturday, May 20—Wind, K.W"«'motferate, fine. Bar. 30-40. Sunday, May 21—Wind, N.WM moderate, fine. Bar 30 30. • Monday. May 22—Wisd. North, light, cloudy. Bar. 30 Xfi. Tuesday, May 23—'Wind. North, strong, rain. Bar. 20-60.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
MR A. J. HUET, SURGEON DENTIST MARSHALLS' CHAMBERS, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. HAS arrived from Lohdon with all the " latest IMPROVEMENTS in DEN TISTRY and bags to inform the inhabitauti of Wallaroo and the surrounding district that he will pay a PROFESSIONAL VISIT to that town on THTTKSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE lit, 2nd and 3rd and can be consulted &t the Cornucopia Uotel, from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. each day. All persons desirous of seeing Mr "Huet wilt kindly call as early in the day as possible.
DAMS IN NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WAILAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
DAMS IK MSTNES. (TO THE EDITOR OS THE WAILABOO mmrHfl \ Sib,—The above is a most important question, but, more ■ important still, is where the; should be pat. Mr Ormsby, w your issue of the J 8th, observes another letter from Fair Play throwing cold water- on Ninnes Plain ; but, Sir, if you will publish .. this one, Mr Ormsby wilt find the water made a little mote warm. *Mr Oiihsby said " He" ha* protested to the Government against the dam being'put-where it is now pegged out." Did he not tell a gentleman that he tried tp get it ~ put:on the ^Reserve in place of where it it now j andj in spite of Fair'Play, or anyone else, he thought he would get it. Again, Mr Ormsby states that the supply of water is not sufficient when dams and tanks are fulled for the stack alone that travels the road. I am with Mr Ormsbv on that point, as I think these is to many daily travellers for the dama to be of any use to the public ? Has not Mr Ormsby' when" looking over his lease, mistaken the word six ...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
QTije OTaltoc Chms. WALLABQO, WEDNESDAY. MAT 24, 1882. We bow to none in our admiration of tbe action .taken by tbe ' Government in relieving distress -occasioned *by tbe want of water a few months ago. Bat it mast be owned that so far as tbis district, and ; the large tract of newly selected, but j unwatered country in the hundred of Tickera is concerned, nothing has been done that would prevent similar hardships anotber year should we not be favored with late rains. The Tickera dam has not been cleaned out, and we are informed upon good authority that some individuals i who expected to get tbe contract have prevented water running in, and as a consequence the selectors there are no better off than they were before the rain. There is a large tank in connection with this dam capable of holding something like 150 hogsheads. Tbis was filled, but j a few days ago a stray bullock got into it, and instead of rigging.a purchase to raise it the side of tbe bank was broken 1 and it is now u...
VICTORIA. Melbourne Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
YICTOEIA. Melbourne Tuesday. A shock of an earthquake was felt at Brighton, near midnight on Sunday. The young man who was arrested for assaulting Mr Bent, the Minister of Bailways, in Swanston Street station, and to whom Mr Beat apologised in Com t has issued a summons for £99 against Bent for wrongful arrest. \ It - is stated that a shipment of dynamite, in a deteriorated and danger ous condition, is on its way oat. The authorities probably -will prevent its landing if the vessel arrives safe.
OPENING OF THE GREAT NORTHERN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
OPENING OF THE GREAT NORTHERN LINE. The opening of a line of railway which establishes direct communication between the metropolis and a point 450 miles northwards is an event unprecedented in this colony, and consequently is deserving of more than passing notice. We pur pose therefore to give a short sketch of the journey- undertaken in connection with the openiog ceremony ; referring at the same time to the most prominent fea tures of the country passed through. Of course the country from Adelaide to .Petersburg, needs no mention as its char acter is well known, the line through it having been open for some time. PfcAiFS above Petersburg. Leaving the latter place, however, to the majority the country is unknown. The soil is of excellent quality, and for miles the land has been selected and is now under cultivation. But we regret to say that since the first year it has been a series of misfortunes for those who have cast their lot in that part of tbe country. And, what is most to b...
KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, May 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
XADISTA CORPORATION. " '.. - uProseat—-&lt;3rs Blftek* °ey» Bieakley, RosewBrne/BarneU, Brown . Cr Kobe* was voted to the Jtfcair. The miniitesof the previous mWlng -wen read and confirmed. . .-'};r5";' CtoBBBBPOBSBKCB. From JIr Jnc». Eimber, who is about to * leave the district, tendering his resigna tion as auditor. Thpcbairman baring read clause 54 and 56, of the Municipal Corporations' Act. ...... Cb. MiyggBLi. proposed that foe resig DBtion be accepted, and the fine be not " enforced,;'. ' (j/_ 1f :■ Y y v-V ■ Cb Blackney seconded. Carried. ~ From W .ft.'WtglBy, torwaTding copy - of Electric Company's Bill for the use of the Council. Eeceived. From W. J. Curtis, asking leave to erect a lamp-poatat thecorner of Draper and GraveBstreets." Bequest granted. From E.'Chrietaias, Secretary to the Kadina Standard iSotbail Clabf asking , permission to remove the goals froin llie present , position in "the Park Lands to a piace nearthe Port Road. - Cb Johnston proposed the reques...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
FROM WAIIiAROQ. 7: mSa spehjcbr'.s JL QUIiS1 steam i. ship; OOY? LISilTED, ' Dispatch theirS teamera ae under, when practicable :— ' f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA \ SuitdayMobnikg L at7 **°? C -"EMU, FOR PORT PIRIE— 3 Thubsdat, - Cat; 7' o'clock cum. —o ■■ f LUBRA, PORT LINCLON«i Thxjbsdat or Feiday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. • " ° f FLINDERS, (WlBKJSB A X. at 5 o'clock. p.m. j PORT ADELAIDE.—-i — . 1, F'SANKLIN, J SA50D AI, jj&t 5 o'clock, p.m. FOR f~° LUBRA, FRANKLIN j Altbenatb Thtuesdat's HARBOR L At 2 p.m. " ——o—— Passage money must be" paid before em barkation. No orders taken. ' All claims for' short delivery or damage I must be rendered within 24 hoars of Vessel'* j discharge; and none will be admitted, for j breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these "steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on .the! Compery' form of Bill-of Lading- , The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Con...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
ykssblsTexpeoted. £$ Kalahome, from Newcastle. Boaphoras, harque.from Newcastle. Saxon, from Sfw--«i|t!«. Mooma, #hip, from Newcastle. Yerulam, fioai Newcastle. Royal Shepherd, a jl, Irom-fact Adelaide. Lubra, s.e., from Port Adelaide. Emu, r.b., rront Port Pme. Governor lluagrave, from Port (Adelaide.. - Flinders, from Port Augusta. franklin, B.a., from Port Adelaide.
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 May 1882
SAILED. Saturday, May 20—Franklin, e.e., 383fcO»£,, ■ Crocker, DiuKter, for Pnrt Adelaide.'. \ Similar, May 21—Flindefrs, a.B, 275 tone, Anderson, master, fer .fort Augusta.
PORT WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882
PORT WAKEFIELD. - (From our own Correspondent). Our town is in reality very dull, end what has helped it considerably to be eo,^ is thenumber of the old and influential residents that has left it, within the last 6 months, men that took the leading part inevery thing, for the benefit of the tows and district,-and whose places cannot be i easily filledtup. Our latest departure is &lt;Mr Smithy of the 'Firm of Moore & Smith, a Jew of his friends that are left, met that gentleman in the Institute, on Saturday last, the 20 Lh inst and presented him frith ra very handsome framed-address, as follows > j , , To HBKEr SJIJTW, Esq., jDiSAR Sib,—On the occasion of your leaving Port Wakefield after a long residence amongst •as, we.expren our regret at your departure. V ln all public matters connected with tbo Town, and district, you have taken a prominent and -influential part, which will notbe soon forgotten. ' 4 4s' a friend ■we * esteem you, and while regrettinjsyour depa...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8. 80 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. ' r 7' Friday, 8. 80 p.m. The arguments on a motion for a new trial .-in Dr Morrison's conspiracy case were adjourned till/Monday. ' Over 23,000travelled on the railways .and tramways on the Queen's. Birthday. : It is understood that the 'Government have decided to use stone procurable in. the polony for the new Parliament Houses, probably Kapunda marble will have the preference. Dr Ward, Senior House Surgeon at theAdelaideHospital has resigned. ll At a meeting of the Northern Auslra- . liau Investment Company the proceedings - were particularly animated. Some shareholders averred that they took up shares on the distinct, understanding that there were to be no promoters shares. A statement was made to the effect that those who were dissatisfied could have their money returned.: Some, however, objected to withdraw their shares, saying that the'concern was wrong in principle; the promoters should forego any exceptional privileges. The matter will probably be referr...
PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882
PUBLIC EDUCATION. j (to the editor of the wallaboo times.) Sie,—I can only draw one conclusion fr >m the very illogical letter of the Rev. W. Kennedy in your last issue, and that is the Romish demand is for the abolition of oar present unsectarian State! School system and to establish State Sectarian educational organizations. I find in my&lt; reading that this proposition- itself or its equivalent has several times been made a part of the Papal syllabus. Of this""the language of many Romish ecclesiastics, and Catholic newspapers is but the echo. The rev. gentleman's explanatipn of bia definition of infidelity only more cgucIu- , sively proves my meaning of his remarks' to be correct. If the Catholics require it and ask they may bate their own, version of the Bible read in our State: Schools before the regular school hours ; but the,. Rev. W. Kennedy states they don't wantany version of the Bible read in schools J What does tbe rev. gentleman want if it is not State secta...
INQUEST ON FIRE AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882
INQUEST ON FIRE iT>KABIK^;| . ,An inquest to iaqa." ire into tb'e origin of the fire .winch, r destroyed Mr R. E. "^w^s'^remisesfwives Btr^et Kadina, was held at 4.he Miners Arms. Kadina, on Friday afternoon, before Mr F. . W. Gttrner,JiP., and a Jury of 13, .of whom Mr H. .Anson, was chosen foreman. The agents of th*e MutualJBHre Insurance and the Imperial Fire Insurance Companies ; were present to watch the profceediug&lt;s, The Jury having visited the scere of the fire, the following evidence was taken :— . _ ___ . JEkosnas Moray .^endell,-sw&lt;wttT-r-On Wednesday night or Thorsday morning Was awoke with indigestion, and io order to relieve^myself got up. Heard some crackling as of sticks bortung. That was the first tiling that attracted-iny attention. Went to the window and drew the blind aside, and ^concluded there, was a fire somewhere.,. Immediately went and opened the front door of my cottage. Was,at first under the impression that it was T. H. Hall's pla...