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ODDFELLOWS' AND FORESTERS' ANNUAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

ODDFELLOWS' AND FORESTERS' ANNUAL FESTIVAL. The above Orders celebrated their annual festival at Wallaroo on Saturday, May 27. The Brothers assembled = at. their Hall at one o'clock, and formed into' procession, beaded by tbe Y-P. No. 1" ffi.V.F.) band, tbey, marched' through the principal streets, and eventually, arrived at the grounds neqr the Fasfe Factory, "where the . SPOKTS .. ,..r were carried oat. Alt the business* places were closed, and as tbe weather was all that could be desired it respited^, a very large attendance of visitors, We should think there -were not less than 1000 present. Great excitement:,wis. caused by the half-hour's go-as-youplease, for which nine entered. Phillips led for four . and a. half njiles. closely^ followed by Peddar, the two having twice tried spurts. "Tom Rees, however, who was quietly dodging behind, »t ttfe -last lap but one made, a'splendid effort and passed-the 'leaders. Phillips thennish^ up, and Peddar walked round steadily abd took seco...

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WALLAROO ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

I WALLAROO AT^EOTJPrlJB. I - The Wallaroo At^p piob presented a'iair programme offlporfcs, -at Wallaroo, ojl.May *24 (Queen's* JMrthday). ;A large number of visitors wfere present, it beiug the occasion of the;, Wallaroo Sunday. School Union's Annual Festival- Mr Jas, Malcolm,;J.P., took a most active. part,*anda;ided by |iie Secretary, Mr J. W. Jones, was mainly instrumental in getting the prizes collected, as also in arranging the details. The 3rd and 6th events not having -been--got- off on Wednesday, were completed on. Monday 29th May, as were also events 11 and 12. This caused considerable. interest,, as a bicycle race was something new to Wallaroo. The first event was won easily by E. Christmas, but in the second Gardiner wa9 victorious, although closely pushed by Christmas. Mr R. Cowan, who woa the first tilting match on Monday, very generously handed over the prize to Mr Malcolm as a gift to the Sunday School Union. , 1st Event—100 Yards Bace, for boys under 12 years of ago....

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, May 30, 1882. Received, May 31, 12.15 a.m. EGYPTIAN AEFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

latest news. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. ■ i Zioadoo, May 30, 1882. f Received, May 31, 12.15 a.m. EGYPTIAN AEFAIBS. Arabi Bey is compelling signatures to be obtained to a petition to be preseuted to the Sultan, requesting him to depose the present Khedive.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. THANKSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

KADrXA WESLEFAN CHUKCET. ; - THANKSGIVING SERVICES, The thanksgiving services cjmmcjiced in connection with llie Kadina Wesleyan | Church on Monday, .May 22, were con- j tiuued on Sabbath last by the pastor, who conducted a Gos,el in Song service, in which ho was assisted by" & choir of upwards of 80 voices, under-the .direction of Mr F. W. Gurner. The congregations were large. On Monday afternoon a tea meeting was held, in the lecturc hall, which, as Mr Newiniri remarked in the evening, was undertaken by the young ladies and gentlemen of the -Chutcli, arid was about the biggest thing in the shape of tea meetings that has taken place in Kadina. A public meeting was he! J in the evening in the Church, th^ chair j being occupied by H. J&. Hancock, Esq., I ; J.P. The attendance was unusually I larero, almost every seat being filled. The 1 choir and speakers were accommodated I on a large improvised platform raised 1 over the pulpil. The singing was 1 excellent and gave ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

-T\J OTICE IS HSEEBY ^IVENj ■ XI persons Gutting DrsinB across roads, are requestedto slope all sides off to prevent acecideots oritowmvaiioeWirt&f. * ;•• • * - --e'• j-j By order. • 1 J.WILLSHIRE, J ,"... , * ^lefrk.L: | CUT FIREWOOD ! CUT M&E WOOD.'! ] OUT-SipUSWOOp t! !i '[; J THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared ; to deliver ia any part of the Mine* o j KndinvCut Firewood inany .quantity at th !o*«t possible rates framhisjCbaffand'Firewood Establishment, Newtown. . J- yOTTLB. PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, &c. WARD begstoinform tbepubiio^of •' Kadina andthe neighbourhood, that be is prepared to do ail sorts of Work'in House sod Carriage Painting &c. Orders may be left at Mr E, JCnliff!*, Taylor Street, Kadina, vnifl farther notice.' W. WAED, : BOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTER, DECORATOR, &c. Tatijoe-Stebkt, Kadxita. ' ■* BY Appointment to hu . EXCELLENCY SIR W. F. D. JERVOIS. ; • - / ■ * . * K FIGKXilNG & C O:, TAILORS, HATTERS, OUTFITTERS, W 4, RUNDLE ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

VESSEL'S BfltAkfeo&r 1 A' 1 Moont&, ship, from Newcastle'. '*•?' ~ Zjttse of Gawtor. froinNewcastlfc, r t - , ■• Kalahome, from Newcastle.

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The wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

iialfertic WAjjLAEok); > The Legislative.^as^as expected, did not caufleiMUcfa excitement in this district, although"froin tbe result of tbe voting^£wiU*be >aranch larger nomber'bas goneto ttoe-pbil than, was tie tbe previous-;pccasiojpyonly 110; ,vplx>d, about tho^same nambef ^was'rcootided, ait Moonta, and 83 At KaHina. r OnMonday, however, tbe figures were respectively 150,' 178,;*nd' 1BT'.1'- So'farkirthetmning towns are concerned tbeincrease is ^accounted; for from the1 fact tbat it vwas,® ^general holiday irith' 'the''jnioers ' also ' itie j activity of tliosf jn-Jiorepfefcefit'ttieftiselves i as minin^ candfdatesi: sBiit.«wndn the,; country d is t'riel>>-^'wiJere 4t- ^as-least Expected, considering ^le-JbusyReason, Vbfre, hasten - a ^«at»4Rcrei4set' tlie^differfeBCe1 I ' t* * ^ f * * j between this ani the former votin'g rang-i ing; from 10 to 50sj»ft..^eoti'-.So far, as sbowri bj|our late.telegraTus," t:|<£jplaces o|» tbe first four are aafe^jjlji^y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

! PRIMITIVE METHOD 1ST MISSIONARY SOCIETY? | MISSIONARY MEETINGS. as follow*:— At Wallaroo Mines, on Wednesday, May 31, addresses by Reva, Hartely, Williams and others, Music by the Clioir. At Kadina, on Thursday, June, 1. Lecture by Rev. H, Harlely, Subject: Dr Livingstone. Chair to b&taken by the. Rev J. H. WilliamB. . Musro *>£ the Choirs Collections foiNihe Missionary Society. TO -•WOOD COTTERS AND OTHERS. FB^ilE Undersigned are prepared to M, . purchase a limited quantity of GOOD DRY FIREWOOD, to be/lclivered at their Mills, Wallaroo. Price 7,s per ton. W. DUFFIELD & CO., "Adelaide Mills, -•> * * —*»r •••- • =« April 31,1882. FOR SALE OR TOLET-,— . . THE following Sections Hundred o, Ninnes, No. 57, 85, 8&, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 99, 100, ]02, 106,115, 133, 134 ,• also Hundred of-Tickera, 98, 112, 119, 120, 144 152,153,181,163 and 164. H. D. O'HALLORAN, LAND AGENT, Way mouth Street, Adelaide. FOR SALE. HOUSE and OUTBUILDINGS, and TWO (2) TANKS, si...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

VBB8EE8 sEJCPBCrfiD. ,; . ' - BosphoruB, barq u e, from Newcastle. Saxon, from Newcastle. • Wodonga,from-Newcastle. Verulam, from Newcastle.Royal Shepherd, s-s., from Port Adelaide. IjUbra, 8.8., from Port Adelaide. Bma, s-s., trom Port Piiiei/Governor iTuegrave, from Port -Adelaide. Flinders, *.B.,TrOia PorlrAiigtista^|. •, Franklin, e.g., from Port*Adelaide. " .i. s ■

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

BIETHV. ; Wi«ms<}roN.'-^t)n tbe 25tii May, at. Bagot, Street, /^&llarqoi Jthe ,-wifo of' Eneder Warmingfon of a ^oii.;^ ;.

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

j*} % A-} ;fEEBQ3fidN8- ; "She following boxeB li&Beibeen^openod i] {to day,— viz,. East and West Torrcns, Port Adelaide. Start," Yatala and JJoarlunga. The totals sow stand as follows: Salom ... ... " ... 3.-842 s Murray ... 3 531 English ; '-'...f ' ?",•••. 3:407 Hay " ..." " ".r ::.r 3.030 Glyde ... . 2.347 Harvey .7 : ... • 2,307 Simms ; , .... ; 2,129 Wigjev ... ... 2,081 Cogliii1 ' ..." ... 1,949 Cotton \ ' . .. 1 .... 1,823 Madge . -i. . . 1,786 Grainger ... : ... . 1.351 Miller ... 1,219 Ridgway . . ... ..v „ ' ... ... 1.103 It has rainedwilbont intermission - for the last four hours. It bas now cleared, and weather is very cold. Confidence Not. Losr.—* Look here, Matilda,' said a Galveston lady to the coloured coolc, 1 you sleep right close to the pSiicken-house, and you must bare heard those thisves stealing the chickens.' ' Yes, tna'ma;; I heard de chickens holler, and heard de woices ot> de men.'' Why didn't you go out then ?' * base, ffia'ma (bursting into te...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

Hi fl - ' Saturday, May 27—Wind,- $fort!h. moderate, -fine, Bar.30 00. . ; c 4 ? Sunday, Maj 28—Wind. No^th,' light, fine. Bar 29 98. Monday. May 29—Wisd.-NoHfc, moderate, fine. Bar. 29 9R. \ j Tuesday, May 30—Wind. South, fresh. .cloufiy. Bar. 29-90. " "£ //; '"!,*.

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LARRAKINISM. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

-XARRAKINTSM. fro the editob of the watlaroo times.) Sib,—It is an astonishing fact that in Kadina tbe lowest type of larrikins from-the Mines sod elsewhere are alio wed 'to: stand upon the footpaths and sit in rows on doorsteps for hours together on Sunday's principally near 3?avilla's corner, the. filthy remarks that fall from their lips jarring npon the ears of the passers by. Tbis is by no means an exceptional case, but occurs every Sunday more or^leBs, it-is about time something was done to do away with it. A few Sunday's ago between S and 4 p.m.: I Counted as many as fourteen standing and sitting under Mr JTavilla'e verandah, and ten more at the same time sitting on Mr Fargher'e steps. Theae larri; kins consist chiefly, of youths of eighteen to | men ot twentyaix, anU 20 lady pv* gentleman can pass without being, insulted,- or^ filthy I remarks passed within hearing. Hoping you* r wUlinBertihis inydurctjlouinB! and that it I will ie the means q{ doing awfty:i|r^fa this I i—-1 ...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

ADELAIDE TELEG11AMS. Tuesday, 8. p-m. There has been steady rain ia the City a'l day till evening, A heavy gale ia reported from the far north. A number of Cafe proprietors have been Sued 20s and costs, each on charges of disturbing the peace of the Theatre Royal and assaulting the lessee. At the inqaest on the fire at Winwood's, Hindley Street, the verdict was that there was - no evidence- to «how - how it originated. A meeting of persons interested in .wharf frontages at Port Augusta was held in the Exchauge to-day. Apprehension is felt at a rumor that the Government ' intend erecting wharves farther down the stream, thus entering into competition with pwners of private wharfs. The act . was condemned in strong terms, and resolutions were passed accordingly, and a deputation was appointed to interview the Government on. the subject. The amount paid over by tbe Adelaide Racing Club to winners in connection ..with the late meeting was ,£4180. The body of a® infant |PftB found jit th...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

COMMERCIAL. Watlorw.7 - ] Wallaroo:, May 9, 1682. Wallaroo-1-Wheat, 5s 10d. Kadina—Wheat.Ss 9d. • • Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d.~ — Snow'town—Wheat, 5s -• Earunga Gfap-4 Wheat,* 5« 8d. - - - ' ■ ■ Green's Plains—W-heit, 5s/9di • ' The following are the J>ricesc&rrent for proi ace at Wallaroo :—■ 2^' - A rA .-r -,J Flour, £13 153 to £14 per-ton. Cash. Bran, rs 7£d per bushel .per ioii. . Pollard, ls 9£d per ibortieb per ton, iioth. being rery scarce. Register Offite.MOadayjiBMij 29. l, The wheat marketiiB;* SulVwifch prices ruling at 6s 2d t6 "6s litf'ppr^bueheJylittle 'off ering, and no eales to ref>oit/~ JTIour—Town brands,\£>14 j nountryilp , £13. Briri'ls.'7dper bushel; pollard Is 7d do • oats 4s to 4a 3d do .j barley • 43'" to??ls <5<| ido: Oii.-r «\? i.

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PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OP THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

PUBLIC EDUCATION. (TO THE EDITOR OP THE "WALkABOO TIMES.) JSiE—As Mr .Kennedy's strictures on my letter in your issue of Wednesday last has not in the remotest way affected my position, any further than to confirm what Z said about the teachers of religion being agreed, &c. I am denied 'lie pleasure of asking you to publish my rejoinder. I may say, however, that I regret that I should have beeu the innocent cause of eliciting that uncharitable aud Bweeping verdict on the protestant churohes- What a comfort it is that God— the Father of all—does not apeak to ihe world by such prophets. Mr Kennedy canuot be more grateful to Horace for the oft-repeated mouse story, than I am to iEsop for the fable of the Frog that could not . believe that a bigger thing could hare been created than itself. Any ' Mr Sneerwell' can surmount hie difficulties by comparison of this kind. It were ungrateful not to acknowledge the obligation that Mr Kennedy has -placed me under by so candid &n...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday The " Argus" this morning publishes an address to the Lord Mayor of Dublin by Irish colonists of Victoria, amongst others Sir Gavin Duffy and Messrs Longmore, O'Callaghan, Toohey and Bropby, all members of the Victorian Assembly. It refers to Imperial legislation as alien, and to the Irish as an oppressed people under the hoof of foreign despotism. It applands the determination to work out complete freedom from foreign rule, as being the only way for Ireland to become an independent nation. It cites the separation of Victoria from New South Wales as a parallel of what ought to tie done for Ireland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

ME A., 3.: SUi^T;,;-,' SURGEON DENTIST: : MARSHALLS' CtfA&BERS, "BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. HAS -arrived :frotn>;£iondon' .with Blithe latest IMPROVEMENTS inDENTISTRY and begs -Sol inform the unhabituule of Wallaroo and rilie earrouaidihg jdistrici tliKl be will par a PROFESSIONAL VISIT- .. to Ihut iMowii . joii' ^'THURSDAY, j FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE and 3rd" .and . can. - i>e s. consulted at the Cornucopia Hotel, from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. each day. rm r*-,-. All persons desirous of-eeeing- Mr Haet will kindly'.«all«e;eaxlyin*the day. fts possible. DR. MAHONY Registered; Government VACCINATOR, ' - Jiaacommenced to Vaccinate at his Residettcjf, Ewing Street Kadina. 5 .. SEED "WHEAT. ^ ^ /.;* j..: Good seed wheat fo* «aie for CASH. Apply to T, C .\BLE AXLE Y,; Bardoowaroo. or Kadina. ,t . .. , NOTICE TOTgE PUBLIC. to-day the WALLAEOO r TIMES .,is printed in a new jand . eixlarged' form. The terns in future\will be' as follows:— "'■;V Per quarter in advance (postage includ...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

\ ■ I - ~ —— timis RxanAf^ : . . Harbour Office, Wallaroo. Time signal on the (Jorernnient UsgstaH at <ho Harbour-Masters residence tlie flag T>H^ f white nnd.-ed,) will be hoisted to the mast A, ..ead every Sunday morning at five minutgig to eight j'clock, Adelaide mean time, -and «n| the instant or eight o'clock, the flag will dr«j| corresponding to Greenwich mean time 101? 45m 38 7s. After the time signal lias been made the Union Jack will hoisted. J. CARSON J"L "* bueiinr,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

Shipping. w • r FROM WALLABOO. : ; > / : ri&sp^ircErs s.. J. GULF STEAMSHIP <30Y.; LIMITED. ** Jf itfl rSSSStt0 Dispatch tbeirSteamers a« under, -when practicable :— f FLINDERS, . FOR POET AUGUST AH SDNPATMoening £ at 7 a.m. • C PW FOE POET PIE1E— < TH^BOTA*,. (.at TVolofck&m — f LTJBEA, POET LINCLON-j TmmsvAT :ot Fbidat, ^ at 4 o'clock ° f FLINDERS, I WlMSS&AT. I at 5 o'clock, p.m. PORT ADELAIDE.—{ —o— I FRANKLIN, I SATtTBlJAI, atSo'clock. p.m. FOE f LTJBEA, FRANKLIN j Ai/tebkatb Thxjksda^s HAEBOE . V At 2 pin. —O—— Passage money must be pud before embarkation. No orders taken. All claims for abort. delivery or damage must be Tendered within 24 boors of vessel's discbarge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these stesoiprs'•object to the clauses and exceptions ; on the Company' form ot Bill of LadingThe Spencer's- Gulf Steamship; Co., Limited. ...

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