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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, j Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. ! , Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s lOd. : j STndina—Wheat, 5s 9d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d... „ Snowtown—Wheat, 5s WBaruaga Gap—Wheat, 5s.$(L "I Green's Plains—Wheat, 5a 9d. " | The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— ' ! Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton.. -Cash. Bran, Is per bushel per ton. Pollard, le 9£dper bushel per ton, both being very scarce. " . Register Office, Mondaj, Jttne 5. The wheat market is firm -atrfis "3d per ; bushel, with nothing fresh to report in the shape of sales, holders still looking for an ad>, ranee upon present prices. iTlour—Towg brand* ruling at£14, without buayieW" !ta.king place; country millers asking £13 to*$18 Sir Bran Is 7d to Is 7£d per; hushel; pollard, Is 7d to Is 8d 5 oats4s to 4a 3d; barley 4s 2d to 4a 6d. 4 v

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LATEST NEWS. ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

Latest nkws. . ADELAIDE TELEGliAMS. Tuesday, 8 pl.tn. A deputation from ' the Chamber of Commerce interviewed the Minister of Education to d.iy, and advocated the adoption of a penny postage r ate for half onnce letters throughout the colony. Mr Parsons^ however, declined to accede to the request, as he said it would entail the loss of £20,000 to the revenue. A deputation representing the Kapunda Marble ' Quarry Company, urged the Commissioner of Public Works to day to take a lease of the quarry for seven years^ conditionally upon their putting down a tramway thereto, and other provisions. Mr Ba rn say said he could not agrse to those conditions, but expressed a hope that a mutual arrangement would be arrived at. The declaration of the poll took place at noon to day from the balcony of the Town Hall, before some 700 or £00 people who were standing in the street. Various candidates delivered addresses. The Governor's memorandum re defenioeB, recommends the Ministry to obtain for-nava...

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ELDER SMITH, & Co's. ADELAIDE, PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

ELDER SMITH, & Cp's. ADELAIDE, PBODTJCE EBl'DRT-; • "• The demand for nearly aTi kinds of produce continues active, and *ehat« : disposed of considerable quantities during the 'past •week at satisfactory rates. ^ Wool—We submitted a fewlots of inferior greasy and scoured,wool, at cur sale oa j Tuesday. There was active; com petition for everything offering, and good prices were obtained. The fine rainB that have fallen throughout the colony bare bad a very beneficial effect, and the prospects of-the.-coming clip are very encouraging.'* ' • * Sheepbkihs.—We-ha4-a large attendance of buyers at our -enle this-rw^ek/'aiid- ®Eperir eaced keen coin petit ion-for all si ins offeangWell-saved woolly skins brought frota 3s 6d <o 4*each, . ,= v..:- . V Hides.—Wet salted hides brought from Sd to4£d per pound at latest sales, ;■ We.hold our wwkly aale to-morrow.:,J*» .J;,.!: Tallowaitd Fat.—Thsre is a brisk. fde-; mand for tallow. Best mutton is worth £38 to £34 per toe, and ...

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LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. (Before. J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

LOCATj court—wallabjoo. ' (Before. J. B. Sliephordson, User;. S.M.) Nattghton v. James—Ihisiras an in formation nnder-tfae Education Act.for neglect; ing to send a cliiid to school for the pr oper nnmber of days daring the quarter ending 31st March., . ;T. S. Kaogiiton, eebool visitor deposed that the boy had attended only 291 daje. The only reason given by tie1 parents was that the boy was sent to school but played the truant. ||Mrs James said her son had been in tlic habit of playing the truant, but that on ?ouie occasions she had l>een unable to send hint as he had no boots, and they had sichncss and death in the house. ~ Fined le and cost, 18s in all. -Sajee v. iwiD.—-Adjourned, as defendant bad not been found. ■ .Pine t. Pike—In this case one of the defendants had sent £10 to h's mother, and the second 6on had not been found, but a fresti address had been ^iven. Case adjourned.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

TIMS SIGNAL. I Harbour Office, Wallaroo, ] Time signal on the Government •the Harbour-Masters, residence the flkg (whit* and red;) will be "hoisted to the jnutji .\ead every Sunday morning at five ipM|| to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, fjgii orft the instant of eight o'clock, the flag wnfllram. corresponding to Greenwich mean time luff 45m 38 7s. After the time signal haB been made the Union Jack will b* hoisted. J. OABSOS . Observer..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

Shipping. from wallaroo. rima spencer's j. gulf stbamship coy., limited, Dispatch their Steamers as cnder, when practicable :— r* .FLINDERS^ for poet augusta h 8d3h>athobhiko at 7 a.m. - o ( EMU, FOE POET PIBIE— j Thttesdat, (.at 7 o'clock a.m. o——" f - LUBBii ^ POET LLNCLON-j Thubsbay or Feiday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ~° f~FLINDERS, WlBlTIBIIAI. at 5'o'clobk. p.m. poet adelaide.—{ —o— FRANKLIN, SAITBDII, i ^at 5 o'clock, p.m. 0 ' FOR f LUBRA, FRANKLIN j Aimsbkate Thvesdat'b HARBOR L At 2 p.m. o—-— Passage money mxtst be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. All claims for short deliver/ or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sab* ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Comjapy' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances: OPIE'S MAIL COACHES. W. H. O...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

SAILED.. ' •' V 1 Saturday. Jane 8—Fraaklin, a.s.« 883 toss, Crocker, master, for Port Adelaide.' *; 8*nday, Jans" 4—Flinders, km, .335 tons, Anderson, nastar, far Port AmgHsta. Tuesday, Jane 6—3toonta 598, tons, Cowan, matter, for Newcastle.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

SHIPPING . jjf JEW & ABBIVSD. ; i Saturday. Jnne 3—Franklin, e.a., 393 tone, Crocker, master, from hnt-lnnts. Snndajr, Jane 4—Flinders, M.i j 275 ..fccnSil iadmoi.BHter, from Port Adelaide. ** " * j Tuesday, March 6—Charlesj&nd Arthnr,'l?0 ton8l Begont, master, from Soathport *Sa fort AldelsiSte; J

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LOCAL COURT—MAITLAND. FRIDAY, June 2,1882. (Before E. M. Gower, Esq, S.M., and S. Moody and J. Smith, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

LGGAL COUfi f—MAITLAND. FfiJDAY, June 2,1882. (Before E. M. Gower, Esq, S.MJ,'and S. MooSt and 3. Sniitb. J:J.P.3-' Mubdock v. Bobeets—Ciflim for £4 15b, work -and labor done and materials supplied. ' ■ -Mr Farr appea/ed 'for the defendant. J. C. Murdock, plaintiff, stated that Mr Saw had brought a machine to him aboutthe new year and asked what it would cost to have wrought iron plates put in it. He then, said he woujd leave it iJflTffr"Roberta came tip to see whether he would hard it done. Mr Roberto came tiro days after and asked what it would eoat. Witness told him about £5. After discussing the price be ordered the work to be done. It was done, and on the Monday defendant took the tnachine away, at the same time saying, " Send your acoount to Mr Pan, Mr Daw and I will make it right." By Mr Farr—Never debited anyone until I Baw defendant. He said Daw broke the tnachine, and would have to pay for it. The day before the summons was iseaedgave Mr Daw the account when instructed by ...

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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

3LADINA CORPORATION. Monday, Jukb 5. 1882. V [ Present—HU Worship the Major ^ ]tfJ©hn JvChri4tma8, JJ?.)» Cr« Blaekney, | MitclieH, jBpsewarne, Nobes, Barnett and the Tolro Clerk. Mr-Ward,: the newly elected Auditor, was pre4ent, fiod "was sworn in. Minutes read and confirmed. Vf' GQB^EapOJKDEHOK. : , > i W, Ward, painter, asking leave dto erectanoirerhanging sign board opposite his premises in Taylor Street. Request granted, subject to the approval of the Town Clerk. : ' : . i Maxob'bHepobt. The Mayor reported the election, without opposition, of—Mr M. J. Ward as Auditor, "in place of Mr Kimber. -He , was in hopes that something more wonld ; have been done at last meeting in Che ttjifter-^ aiTangiDig fora moire -suitable ' meeting1 jriaee tor' the*Council.. He bad spoken* ^of-*t&e new Institute building. j^.ttopght if thfr fr'£f clear toipfly the eftmB reht 'tbat ^eir ,pr£^n£officp ,'epsti^v'-5.: r Committee ,wou3d ' ; ~f B»d^eith^ Cb^b^fi^e^e : • should i^lso "decide wh...

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SECOND COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

I . i Second Competition-. | Yds. Yds. Yds. Yds. Total. Name: 300 600 600 700 Priv. Gepp 23 19 20 23 — 85 Prir. Opie 23 25 19 15 — 82 Lieu. Carson 20 16 24 21 —81 Priv. Lawrence 18 25 -> 19 absent >Prir. Warn 22 23 19 do Corp. Chatfield 21 15 16 do Surg. Q-osse 22 24 20 do Priv. Hood 19 23 17 do Prir. Lord 19 22 18 do 01 SgRobjohns 19 21 12 do . Gepp having won both competitions becomes the owner of the prize.

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RIFLE MATCH AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

EIFLE MATCH AT WALLAROO. The matches at Wallaroo for the chest cf drawers offered as a prize by Mr Thomas Davies did not last long, as id both competitions. Private Gepp waB the winner. Hia shooting. on the first occasion was certainly superior to anything that ias beeo done on the ground. In ! the second competition, however, the j scores were not bo high. It was un; fortunate that on neither day was the match fired, right through. On the first | it |was only completed up to 600 yards. And on the second four rounds each at the last/range had to be left until Saturday lasV This was the means of making a very lame finish, as only three turned up —viz, Lieutenant Carson and Privates Gepp and Opie. The latter was then leading by two points, but his last shot was a miss leaving Gepp the winner by 3 points. Subjoined are the scores of bothcoai petitions :— . FzEST CoMPErmoir.- . Yds. - Yds. Yds. Yds. TotalName. 300 500 600 700 ■ Priv. Gepp 24 27 21 25 — 97 Priv. Opie 22 25 17 23 — 87 Pri...

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY, June 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

JIIUMHP J "fwAfeigtiMk " . jPrerenfcc^hauriiiin (Mra .Batfcon),TGr8 3£, Sawjr^ C^folkiftghGre, P. J. Eain,-andi£.. < ^tCh^Plnu^Ktorthe previous meeting were :*J |||j; }^^BIBPOKIUEHOE. . {Tft-oWHDy|p& Sons, relative to veil boring W>ls, andJmtcnating they had as yet received no'orf^ftomthe Government for tubes. The Chaibmah said as they were aot la' want of tabes it did not materially affect them. 5Efae^3ia}fiX~«aid-if 4hM'-~did^3iotJ.Jatat them _ now, thpydidnot know how soon tbejr might be i^uirfed.-A{ Q^nts.T^&ins :theywere waiting for the tabes, and as there was to be obJt one e efc^supfHlHfjTft wtrald~tpp«eeessaiy— far the Councils to^et fioranion and obtain tfyem hft»i<fe«~fch«y TMP~g nrtyig^A fry fftn _ ~ "verament thatttibingwiksordered- -Sesolved that the Clerk make another application for t^ reqriirod/J*ibepI'ior»btam an explanation wjfSaiy.iTOrejn^tpBdered|as promised..V*-5b-~ ppais.^veweer reportod CflntpaH jNo^ 21 not quite «ompl£...

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LECTURE ON MR SPURGEON, AT MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

LECTURE Off MR SPURGEON, AT MAITLANP. On Wednesday evening last, at the monthly meeting of the young Men's Christian Association, Rev, — Rogers, of Moonta, gave an interesting address on the life of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon. Mr Jarrett occupied the chair.: After the usual hymn and prayer the ehairI man called on the Misses Jarrett for a duet, the piece " Hearer Home" was well rendered. I The Chairman then * called on Mr Rogers | for his address. ■ The lecturer took occasion to mention that he did uot want what he , was about to say being taken as a lecturer but as an hour's talk on Spurgeon and his work in London. It was usual he said for lecturers to speak of the deed's of dead men, but he would f»pe#.k of one who was still alive, and one whom - he hoped would long live yet. AH countries boast of their great men. But our orators and -preachers of to-day ought to be as great as any who have gone before, if not greater, s eing all the advantages we have. The man he would speak of was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

NOTICE TOTHE PUBLIC. To-lay the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will beas fol-\ Iowa:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) ... ... v:; •: 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... ... .. :.4s.: Single Copy~TWOP£KCE. Subscriptions will> only, be considered In advance ifpaid'during the first! month in each quarter. D, & A. T. TAYLOK., j Times Office, ; Wallaroo, Jan. 471882. . ;

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

the" legislative council ; elections. Tbe scrutiny for the Legislative Coun- ! cil Elections has been completed, and tbe ' following is tbe result:— Murray; ^ ... ... ..." 8,762 Salom ... ... ... 8,115 Englisb ... ... ... 7,214 Hay ...; 6.332 Glyde ... ... ... 5,726 Cotton ... ... ' 5,519 Coglin . ... ... ... 5,450 Millar 4,925 Wigiey .4,807 Harvey 4,159 Siaams ... ... ... 4,075 Madge ... ... ... 4,037 "Ridgvray ... ... ... 3,888 I GraiDger ... 2,816

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

CLINTON DISXBICTCOUNCIL. . '-m*.>?.« zr/^fts'i)'£&%&% "1%3 OTICE IS TTTCRteRV GIVEN. That -L^ persons Osit»Sfc foade, •re requested to elope .alL»ides on to prevent a Occidents or incon*,ence..to traffic. By order. J. VV iLLSHlEE) *. | ; J a.jj * . t$£K-jj CUT FIREWOOD! CUTFIltE WOOD! i CUT FIBEfFPQPI?! ! UlTES UNDBBfii^SD is, OTPPi*? , to deliver ii any * part of too" Mities o Kadina, Oat Firewood !o*«t possible rateefrom his^Chaffnliitl Fire^ wood Establishment, Kntt6vfi/.>^'AI ' PAINTING, PAPERH^GIlfG, «*>• ,.:.T3i^- j-jfe'l KiteII in WWARDbegs tpinform 4^e,ppbljc of • Kadinaand the n^hTieurhood, tli at lie is prepared to <!o' all north ~bf "Worlc in House and Carriage Painting See,. .. . Orders may be left'-at MrE. JnlifiTa, Taylor 8treat, KadinaVnofil farther notice. W, WARD, BOUSE AND CARBllGE PAINTER, DEOOjB'A^-Q'^i ' ^ c 7 tT ^ ; . f TATIX>KSXBBKI,-KAI>xka. ST Appointment' to Ifo* "BXCSLLENC Y SIB W, F. I>. 3ERYQIS. FIGKLlil &...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

gSSKallatoc &hwes. WAJL.LABQO. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1882 Waixahoo is not to liaTb 'Insolvency Jurisdiction extended to it. This is strange, seeiDg that it is the largest centre of population ont of Adelaide^ besides being convenient to Port .Lincoln and other places on the .^opposite side «f the gulf, and a" large'"district, to the eastward with which it: is .connected by rail. Still the decision :is injceeping srith the penny-wiBe""*poTrnd-fooli8li policy pursued by numerous Governments. . , j *. *. i « 'i ? : Mb Tomkissos is . JLo the fore agaiuL Yesterday 'in the Hooseof.Assembly, during the debate on lbe Address, hie rated the Mayor "of Adelaide andtrthers;. for entertaining. !' Bosnian Squadron. Mr Tombinsoois certainly the prince of-fault* findefa/but it Is scarcely fitely7 ffeati<^^ilij haye ?a greater nntnber to aidewiib him; in this natter than has fallen lot in ^former dis«)reriesoiF" /'V ; ^ ; j '■ Oue Defences -are- iflrely^rto occupy :a large amount att...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 June 1882

DEATH.   JOHNSTON.—On the 5th of June, 1882, at the residence of her father, Mr Josiah Secombe, Taylor Street, Kadina, Mary Jane, relict of the late Mr Andrew Johnston, Kadina.

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FARM ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

FARM ECONOMY. ; The following article from the ""Farmer" of April discloses the fact that, even in countries where the most experienced farmers are located, carelessness is hot wanting. As, however, this kind of , thing is more the rule than exception in | South Australia we would ask our agricultural friends to " read, mark - and inwardlydigest the following useful bints; for as we have repeatedly pointed out a farmer's success depends just as much bpob what he saves as upon what he makes:—"On a large farm money is lying about In all directions. Here lies a trough worth three half crowns, and there is a heap of old iron and other old rubbish Worth 3.08. A visit to the simplest sheds, or even a cursory look along the backs of hedges or behind walls, reveals the presence of implements, logs of wood, old carts with good ironwork still clinging to rotten vppod, and numerous worn-cut or broken tools. A low valuation of these Sundries would probably astonish their owner. They might be co...

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