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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, June 1. Received, Jane 2, 6 p.m. CAPTURE OF MOFFAT, THE MOONTA POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Xfondon, Jane 1. Received, Jane 2, 6 p.m. - CAPTDfiE OF MOFFAT, THE MOONTA POSTMASTER. William Moffat, late 'Postmaster at . Moonta, who absoonded aboot two months ago, has been arrested on board the ocean mail steamer " Pekin" on a charge of embezzling money belonging to the Saving's Bank, fie has been remanded until thcamyaljoL&ff..aeflfi3fiary; dofflcb, ments.
THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. Earl G-rauville, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, has intimated in the House of Lords that the British Government will gladly assent to tbe proposal made by France for a Conference to -be held at Constantinople with the view of considering some proposals for the future settlement of Egyptian Affairs. Ironclads would be provided for tbe proper protection of European interest*, and especially the safety of the shipping passing through the Suez Canal. England is also pledged ' to uphold the present Khedive, Mahomed Tewfik, and makes a request that the . Sultan will at once summon Arabi Bey to Constantinople. Earl Granville said he was unaware that the Sultan was guilty of tbe alleged; intriguing. There was an animated discussion, during which Lord: Salisbury declared the proposed measures to be utterly inadequet to cope with the - existing state of affairs. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
MB A/J. HUET, SURGEON DENTIST MARSHALLS' CHAMBERS, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. HAS arriftfd from- London with all the latest IMPROVEMENTS in DENTISTRY and begs to inform the inhabitants ef Wallaroo and the surrounding district that ho will ' pay a PROFESSIONAL VISIT to" that town' on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 1st, 2nd and 3rd and can be consulted at the Cornucopia Hotel, from 10 a.m. till 8 p.m. each day. 1 All penom desirous of seeing Mr Hnet will kindly call as early in the day as possible. DR. MAHONY Registered Government VACCINATOR, has commenced to Vaeeiuate at his Residence E^ijng Street f£sdjna. ' -1 /■ seed wheat; Good seed wheat for «ale FOB cash. Apply.to t.xlbleakley, Bardoomaroo, orKadina. NOTICE TO THEPUBLIC. To-day the WA1LAB00 TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future "will be as follow*:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) ;*• 3s. JDo. do. credit (postage includsd) ... ... ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE, Subscriptions will only be c...
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 10d. E»dina—Wheat, &e 93. Moonta—Wheat, Ss 9d. Suowtown—-Wheat, 5s 7d. Enrunga G-ap—Wheat, 5a 8d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5b 9d. - » &lt; The following ate the prices current for prod ace at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to£L4 per'ton. Cash. I Bran, ls,7#d par bushel per ton. Pollard, ls9Jd per buehel per ton, both being rerj scarce. Register Office, IhnaBdaj, June .1.. Wheat is firro,'at 6s 2d to '6s 3d per bushel, without sales being effected or anj great demand* Eloar—Tosr«"biands. £14 jcouatrv do, £13 Bran ls7d per busheli pollird, le7d do ; oats, 4s to 4i 3d'do; barley, 4s 3d to 4« 6d do.
LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson Esq., S.M., and Mr T. Jones, and Dr Archer J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
LOCAL COURr—MOONTA. JTbedax JUJHE 2, 1882. (Before J. B. Shopberdson Esq., S.M"., and Mr T. Jones, and Dr Archer J. J.P.) Tonkin y Psyoe—Claim for £50 damages for slander. Mr Beare appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Pater and Mr James for the defence. Margarita Tonkin, single woman, living at Mocmta Mines.—Know John Pryor the defendant.- Saw him on last Good Friday near the Wesleyan Church. Miss Myers was | with me. I was in front of the old Wesleyan 1 chapel. He came up to me and said " I want you." He caught hold of me and shook me so that I could hardly stand, and tore the trimming off my dress. Then he said " what hare you gaff, to" say about me," I -aaid, "nothing but the-truth." He said ""Well, your sister has," I said I could not help what she said. He said that my sister said ^ was out of my place through him, and I said I was. He said he could tell me things that would make me blush. I Said " not -after -what you baye been saying about "me." Then be called me a prostitute a...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 3 June 1882
Ifl&attog Urates. WAJLXAEGO. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1882 : j The Tenth Parliament of South Ausftalia j was opened on Thursday, June 1, by His ■ Excellency the Governor, with the usual : formalities. Tiie address is the longest that has ever been delivered op % similar occasion ; but, at the.'same .time, it must be owned, foreshadows, a great deal. After referring to the;.recent attempt on ihe life of the Queen, His Excellency spoke of the intention of carrying out a defence scheme, stating that be; bad prepared a memorandum susgesting^he desirability ol procuring an armed vessel. .Regret is expressed at the past drought, and in consequence a bill will be introduced for tho relief-of distressed selectors, by remission: iof , ^interest,* 'and Sundry otber alterations of ' the existing land laws. Measures frilly also be introduced for aiving more*&lt;sertkin tenure to pastoral lessees; the " fcbnservaitoa tif jwater; alteration" ojTthe Electoral districts (so •ooo as the mat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
WALLAROO IRON WORKS. W.H.MAY, ENGINEER, I RON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND GENERAL MACHINIST. Every description of iron and BRASS CASTINGS made to order. MINING and all kinds of AGBIOUT/rrRAL, MACHINERY ^manufactured on the premises. PLANS of MININQ-aad other MACHINE" RY prepared. The erection of *11 kinds of machinery executed. Horses carefully shod. AU orders by letter or telegram addressed to W. H. MAT, WALLAROO IRON WORKS, WALLAROO, Will roooive prompt .attention. Rowatt's Patent SPLIT-WICK AKTTCAPUIC LAMPS, §§ NO CHIMNEY, NO SMELL. FIRST PiilZEA WARDED MEL INTERNATIONAL KXH.1880-1 None genuine unless damped Bo watts' Patent. These LAMPS are easily trimmed and not liable to get out of order, are economical nnd efficient, and are without doubt the Lnrap for the Public. The Split-Wick principle (Rovratts' Patent and applied to our Lamps only), ensures a fall flame 'till all the Oi! is consumed, and I jgjiobvates the ■ necessity of filling the Lamp daily. - SOLE PATENTEES & MANUFA...
CONSERVATION OF WATER. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
; } : €C^EEti^ION OF WATEfi^; ' | (TO THB EDfTOllOF TOE WAUMJtPO, T1MB3. SiE^—X tKink tbatiheD istrict Councils of Green's Plains, Clinton and Kuipara are-doing a very unwise thing iu spending the rates in searching for waterv My opinion'is that the rates'shouffi fee applied Cti-nialtirig" sothe of the rr.n'lsafid iet ilie Governfnent,\who had £250,000 voted to them Jast scsston of Parliament for the .water purpose, *Jo tbe searching as they have done in the Hundred of Tiekera where no . Council exists. -The matter stands tbas-TT-If yoii have the privilege of paying rates to. a Council you get no roads made and no" water, as they can never expect to find it with their tin-pot arrangements. With no Council—Government search for water, and if ansuC' cessfai make dams and then give a spec'/tl ] vote to make roads.—Is that so ? -I aoi, &c. UNFORTUNATE RATEPAYER.
STREET MAKING IN WALLAROO. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
STREET MAKING IN WALLABOO. J-HQ THE EDITOfi OF THE WAXLAEOO TIMES.) Sib,—I am not in the habit of rushing into-print, but I would like to kaow if it ib on the grounds of economy that the Corporation accept tenders for making 'certain streets, and, after the contractors have finished, employ the day laborer* in -putting the work into shape. If I mistake not it used to be the object of the Chairman of Works to see that these contracts were properly carried out before they were paid for- Now, however, the "Councillor who holds that position is conspicuous by. his absence. As an old - resident who has watched the work of the Corporation from its rise, I am aware that a' Chairman of the Works' Committe should not be expected to do all the work of a paid Surveyor, but surely a little more is required of him than merely to have tVe honor of the name, and to air his eloquence only; when be feels quite sure that it is not likely to offend a cusdfcpmeiy JE also ^say that the Mayor aiildt othe...
A REAL GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
A REAL GHOST. Mr A_. J. Duflield, of Belle Vue House, Newlyn, Penzance, writes to the Spectator as follows :—If I were to tell yon that X have seen and analysed the waters of a rjver which runstwo degrees north of the Equator, and found in those waters 11 per cent, of sulphuric acid and per cent, of hydrochloric, I might cause some surprise, but little or no .incredulity, even if I were to add the little-knowu fact that in that region .of the world there is thrown away in twenty-four hours more of those two acids than is artificially produced in Europe iu a year. But if I tell,you that I once saw, outsidevjmy fancy, 8 women who Was 2000 milei off at the times 1 shall not only be generally, disbelieved butlaughed at as well. I have often told the story in private .life, but not till now have I told it in print. Twenty-three years ago as I was looking out of the window of General Torico's rancho at Cborillos, ten miles south of Lima, Peru, there passed by several ladies and gentlemen ...
THE MILCH COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
The Milch .Cows. Those to " come 10 " soon should be watched, and the adder bathed with cold water on the first appearance of heat or hardness. If any trouble with the adder occurs at calving, it is best to let the calf nurse—otherwise remove tbe offspring at once, and feed it by band. The importance of raising calves from superior cows only can not be too strongly enforced. By a constant selection of the best the dairy may be greatly improved. It is not well to turn the cattle out to grass at tbe first appearance of green in the pastures The change from dry hay to green food should be a gradual one
WHERE AND HOW TO APPLY FERTILIZERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
Whebe and How to Apply Febtiozebs. It ie often difficultto decide-r-for barnyard or stable manures, or for any a'tifi cial fertilizer—whether to apply it on '.lie Surface, or bury it r deeply. Here is a hint or two. If not strong enough 'o Injure the first tender roosts, .a ht-.ie tnanure near mfc hand gives the plant a good send off, like nourishing food to the young ealf or other animal; the aftergrowth is much bettor if the young animal Or plant is not dwarfed by imperfect and -insufficient diet. Therefore, drilling innocuoas hand fertilizers in with- the seed is useful, as is putting some well-rotted manure or leached ashes into bills of corn, potatoes, indeed with all planted seeds.— But there go^d reasons for distributing most of the manures or fertilizers all through the soil, and as deeply as the deeply as the plant roots can possibly penetrate. The growth an«l vigor of all plants or crops depend chiefly upon a good i supply: of strong roots that stretch out j far, and thus ...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
VESSELS EXPECTED.. . . Boepherns, barque,from Newcastle. ^ Saxon, from KewcMtlt. Wodonga. from Newcastle. Soval Shepherd, ba.. from Port Adelaide. '■■■: Labia, 8 a, from Port Adelaide. ■ - ■ -: ■>. 1 Emu,gj,, from Port Pirie. '] Governor Hnegrave, from Port Adelaide. . Flinders, ■>.«., from Port Aagn»ta. | Franklin, fi.B., from Port Adelaide. .. -
TAKE GOOD CARE OF THE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
I Take Good Cahe of the Hobses. If at work, they need a regular allowance of grain. If worked hard, ten quarts of ground corn find oats will not be tpo much. The hay: may be cut and moistened and the feed mixed with it. Such a ration js; not oyer balky, and contains sufficient : nourishment to keep a working lio^Bejin good-,trim. -. .Atibis eeasonthecoatibejeins much ^gOt it niay ^e correcM giving4 and blunt euriy jcocab is . decidedly asefal. Everything abouttbestable should be ikept neat and clean^ as^life warm51 weather Approaches. *Fura broodmares looso into a box stall as foaling lime approaches. J Tliey should receive gentle treatment, ms this is likely to" iuflueoc^ the disposition of the colt. '
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
WEATHER. Saturday, Jane 3—Wind. South, light, fine Bar. 30'20. Imd»7f Jane 1—Wind, M.W., lig^it, fine,' Monday. June 5—Wiftd; N.W.. light, : fine. Bar. S0 30. * Taesday, Jane 6—Wind. K,W., light. cloudyBar. 30-10. :
THE FARM. HINTS FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882
THE FARM. | HINTS FOE THE SEASON. The following items from Hints for tbe i Season from the ""American Agriculj t'urist" will prove advantageous to many even in this colony. " Weli. Begot . . . . Half Dosb," is true of moat kinds of farm work. Previously 'well considered plans, and a good ready, with seed, implements, teams, harness, etc., so as to strike right inio .the work In hand, are large elements of- sue cees. We know some farmers who are always complaining of "bad luck," poor soil, unfavorable seasons, etc, We have seen them start from the. breakfast table at 6|to .7 o'clock, and frequently the sun climbs half up the meridian before the teams and other working apparatus, are all got together, and then, very - often there is a missing link, or bolt, or screw.-j— Thinking, planning, arranging j heforeband, taking time by the forelock, are just a* important to the tillers'of lhesoii, as to - the man in any other business. Active spring work is upon ns, pr close at hand; be all r...