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POLICE COURT—MAITLAND. WEDNESDAY, June 7,1882. (Before H Lamshed, and Jas. Smith, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

POLICE COUBr—MAITLAND. Wednesday, June 7,1882. (Before HLaiuehed, and Jas. Smith, J.J.P.) Joliu Mee was charged by M.C. Noble that he did o» the 6th day of June last, from the till io the bar of the Maitland Hotel feloniously steal, take, and carry away money to. the amount of two shillings and sixpence, the'' property of Charles Chappie* landlord of the Hotel. ' : ■Elizabeth Chappie, landlady, deposed—I know the prisoner; >He was in; the bar the whole of the dayr I had occasion to leave the bar. Prisoner was there at the time. He was alone.' Ifiearda noise and saw the prisoner up on the'counter leaning over "with his "baud in 'the till. I said " 1 have caueht ^ou and will give you iii charge, what have you got in your hand ?" He said "1 have got nothing." He was still sitting on the counter. Asked w hat he had in his liand, and to gave me tlie money. He "gave me two shillings-anti sixpence, that is the money produced. I banded tie money to the police. * After, the 1 above eviden...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1882. (Before J B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. and Mr J. Gaskell, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

"Wednesday, June 7. 1882. (Before J B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. aDd Mr J. G-askeli, J.P.,) Daniel Carlin was brought up on two charges of being on the premises of Cassandra Robertson—Widow—Jot an unlawful purpose on May 6 and 7- But as no offence was disclosed, except -tha* Carlin had threatened to " stay all night," the first information was dismissed and. the second withdrawn. A large .number of cases under the Education Ant were. then, dealth with. For neglecting to Bend their children the required number of days, for the quarter ending March 31, Henry Manners was fined 5s and costs, making 15s in all; Jvkn Webster of Wallaroo Mines had to pay 2s 6<i 'and 10s; Eliza Denton, 5s and 10s ; Edward BroJcenshire, Is and 10s; William Glass on, Is and 10sj Thomas . Bennett,. 2s and 10s ; William GlanviUe, ,2s and 10s j Thom&s Heaven, 2s 6d and - 10s; Richard Bennett, Wallaroo Mines, 2s 6d and 10s. Mrs Bennett who represented her husband in this case, j remarked, '• I sh...

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THE ASCOT CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

THE ASCOT CUP: ' The Ascot Cup was tron byJToxhall, Iho places being as follows. : • t Foxhall, ... .. ... ... 1 Fatigh-a-Ballagh, i;. . 2 .. , Petronel, ... "... 3 ;

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Received, 9th 8 p.m. London, June 8. SUCCESS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

-LATEST NfilWJS.^ EUROPEAN TELEGRAlfe R«eiv^ 9tfr8p;m;, ; SUCCESS OF THE' NEWV^OTfk' WALES LOAN. ? The New South Wales 4 per eenfc lKwn, for two millions, with the minimum -fined at £102, has proved a great success. The total amount offered was £4,206,1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

THE NOETHEBNJEEBBITOEY • Afj IT.- 333.| "i | v.^ | TFTNDEB <be aboye. title Jthe^ undersigned U is republishing (by kiod^s^iaaion *»' ^KETCHES "which are oow^ppef$nx %u, that Journal beaded *' The Parliamentary Party ia the Northern, Te/ggtary.": ? A] limited nnmber of advertisements, /wiij -,be. rsceired. Orders for copi{s»;ina j ubp, Aeft; at^ the T. P. ADTBBTiSKaOPIlCE, ;pr - with Messrs A. Grummet, Moo^jta j ! JB irke, Walinrooj and H. Anson, Kadina, jwhobaye batSn appointed agents. W. J- SOWDEN " Register" Office, Adelaide... NOTICE IQTffigfgBXJ€.q To-day the WALLAEOO TIMES is printed in a new and -enlarged form, The terms in future will foe as fol?5 lows:— . Per quarter in advance (postage included) ... ... - 8s.; Do. do. credit (postage v included) ;..t, ■ 3^-, Single Copy—tWOPENCE^ s j ' c{i:h.ID t:: Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first , month in each quarter. :L.] ( " >,' / D. & A. F.TAYIOJB. Times Office, ;. Walla...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. - Wallarqo{ Tiptoes Offioe, : -j - >. Waliaroo ' May flC 1.882. Wallaroo—Wheat. 5a lOd., Kadina—Wheat, 5a 9d. ..,, .,, g . Moonta—Wheat, 5s9d..,,v. 1::'■■■)'?!i SDOwtown—Wheat, 5s ,7jd- . Earaoga<3ap—Wheat,'5a,Bd: • Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s 9d, The following are tlieptlcfee 6iurrent fbr produce at Wallaroo:-- ; Flour, £13 15a to,f 14 per ton>- Cash.: Bran, Is 7id per bushel .per-ton.: ::, . Pollard, Is 9£cl per busliel per ton, both being rerj scarce. - J RegisterO&ix] Thursday/junef fc. Wheat—la absence.;of demand/'prices remain at 6s 3d, delivery .at J?drt' Adelaide ; market quiet. FloaV—Tofrrf brands, £14 country do £13. Bran Is 7d to Is- 7|d per bushel; pollard jj H19 ,TLs Sd; cbtg is 'o 4s 3d ; barley 4b 33faS"^si~6i.: T

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

i"' THURSDAY, -JUNE 15, 1882. ; AN EN J&M£ ' 'W^given* iir the above Hall, on t T - THURSDAY EVENING. JunelS, 1 1882, fb»\ the-purpose of raising_fttndsfortbo relief of one or two..well known cases of distress M the town/ A- '; ' " peogbahke. 1 Overture—:(Piano)^MnssanieUo, Auber 2 Duet—(Vocal)—Starlight onihe. _ river, ... ... ... Glover 8 Song—Close to the~Thteshold, with*Violin Obli£ato,_ ... " Parker 4 Extracts from Mr.Tapliti's Log, 5 Duet—("Piano and Violin)— Pirates of Penzinee, Sullivan . 6 Duet-!-(?6cal)—Isrboiri Watch, . ; -• Williams 7 Song—The JTeJpie's Bride, ■ Dfianer 8 Extracts'from Mr Tapliu'e Log, 9 Piano—Snowballs Polka, - Fr&hling ; 10 Song—I am waiting, * ,, Birch 11 Trio—(Vocal)—Oh Tiine! Thy boars of pleasure, ' Curchmann 12 Heading (Comic)— 18 Duet—;Vocal)—1 am the King of Spam - ... ... ... Wallnco 14 Carnivale— ... ' . Rossini »OD SAVE THE QUEEN". Admrssion Is, Doors open at 7 30, Entertainment to comraebie at'8 o'clock. i EADINA INSTITUTE, B...

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. MONDAY, June 5, 1882. (Before the Major (Mr John J. Christmas, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

POLICE COUJAT—-EA.DIN A. "Monday, June 5, 1882. (Before the Major (Mr Jolin J. Christmas, John Minnes was charged with being drunk on the previous day (Sunday) and was fined 30s ; or ia default 14 days' imprisonment.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. * Stole any chickens dis week, Brudder Jones 7 said a searching coloured class leader to a member of suspected thieving proclivities. • No, sab, thsnk goodness 1' * Tou'se done well,' said the leader, and passed on ; while ' Brudder Jones' turned to "'Brudder Brown' and whispered, * Lucky he said 4 chickens ;* if he'd said •jducks/ he'd a had me, shuah!' : An' Irishman one day came running intoa farmyard and hurriedly cried for a spade. The farmer, coming out, demanded what he Wanted with it, when Pat replied, tbathis friend had stuck in a bog, and he wanted to dig him put. ' How far ;ih ia he ?' inquired the farmer. 'Up ,to t&e ankles,' said Pat. /Is that sH?' said the farmer. 4Then.he can pull himself out again* You'll get no spade here.' Pat, scratching his head,-while his face bore evident signs of grief, blurted out, 4 Och, but he jaber^ he's in bead first.' I In a railroad car the seats were all taken, except one, vhicb was occupied by a pleasant looking...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

€in 21lallai'O0 Chats. WAX.LABOO, SATURDAY, JUNE tt)i J882- :: The people of Moonta are determined that no time sball be io9t'thifl session, in bringing the .ina^iCidFi.dueit 'liiiivay^ communication wilh Eadioa before the' House. At the last meeijog of the Town Council a large aod ipflaentiaj .deputation was present and urged the necessity of taking Bteps at once to britig the matter.; before Parliament. It was decided to obtain the services of the members for the district in order to ascertain the * intentions of the Government in regard to the line ; and that in the event of an nhfavourable reply being received; that the xdemberi be asked to take the question ®Pv - "'-1: ' 1;,^. Z')X A GOOD deal has been aaid for and against the visit of Sir Henrr Parkes^ England^4 buttliere is little doubt that everything' that tends to make a-cquDtrjF. known does good, and the Premier of New South Wales will be able to' claiiri some credit for the successful floating- -of; the sew 4 per cent lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 10 June 1882

' 'j». n j . 1 1 :j. : : CMOT^N^ISTKICTnGOTJ^niV"' ' t: 1: Xj OTICE IS HEREBY GIVtflf, lhat i. * pereonsCutnng£>rainB ^acroMTr^ads, ««> requested to elope-all'.aides oJFto prevent * .*cidentq«r.inc0n?enee totraffic. >-■ , ^ • By oVdfef."" / J.WILLSEIRE, ^ 'i';- Clerk. CUT MREWOGDI CUTFtREWboD!! CUT FIREWOOD ! ! I r|"HE UJJDEBSiCHSED. isjprepjired to Jl deliver in any part-of toe'Miueaio Ead ina, Cat Firewood in ^y quantity, atth !o*e?t possible tales from hie Chaff and Firewood Establishment, Newtown., ...... > J. NOTTLE. PAINTING, PAPERHANGIN G, &c. WWiBD.brga to inform Jfce public of • Kadina sad the neighbourhood, (hat tic is prepared to do all sorts of Work in House and Carriage Painting 3bc. ' Orders may be left, at Mr E. JulifFs, Taylor Street, Kadina, until lamer notice. "W. ¥IB I), • BOOSE ARD C4BBUOB SAiSl^B, DECORATOR, *&d v.^ Taylob-stkkbt, Kapika. BY Appointment to'his -EXGBLLENCY SIB W. T. B.JERVOIS. . FIOKLTFG & CO., /. TAILORS, HATT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

V c^sfjdir ^©tsity^.r£QUNciL. |;ir< .-t 'T^lolKCEl^ JL 5 pcraor.8 Catling DrairiB across roads, «re~£e<}i:i>sfed~ t» ilbpe SHieSdefc-: offjo prevent , acecidents or inoontence to traffic.'"_ _| ■_ s -By order; , y i . . | ...... J» WELLSHIRE, : 1 . . • . ., .V . >' , V.'rj :CJerk.;. :• ;v. > v:~ - "••• '\ur:ia\jSC\' - K' CUT FIREWOOD!.CUT FIRE WOOD!!: 0DT HMtWOOD !| .1^-.. ^ THE UNDERSIGN jn/fs propped jto deliverja any part, of the Mattes • o fKadina, Cat\Krew6od3ih any quantity* tlr lowest possible rato*_fiu>m his Chaff and Firewood 3t*t»fcli»Vi»ent, Newtown. , ' '■*>: wdTrmt PAINTDSG, PAPRRHXNtittNG, &o. j .. W WMD begs'jto inform; tHe.public bf • K^inB,and,tbeii^gbfaMrliooi3, that he is prepared tb do\£li.'80rtij of Wopk in House end 'Carriage PSinilijg^^c. *. Ordersmaybe left^at - ' " ' TaylorStreet, JCadiria.ontjl Furtiier'notiee. W. l: HOUSE AND CAEEIA^E -PjUNTEE, DECORATOR; >■ ■ TATM)K STKBBT, EilffKA: I ; BY Appointment to bis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

j NOTICE. VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on and after this date all PIGS, GOATS, FOWLS, &e., found TRESPASSING on Section 572, Hundred of Wallaroo, County of Daly, will be destroyed. R. S. HADDY, Kadina. June 12, 1882. NOTICE. xj OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That r-* all CaTTFE found trespassing on Section 967, 969, 971, 973, in the Hundred o fWallaroo, will be impounded, and all PIGS, GOATS, POULTRY, &c., will be destroyed. Any person found trespassing on the above ground will be prosecuted. H. PEARSON, Kadina. NOTICE. ALL PIGS, GOATS, and POULTRY found trespassing on Section 63, Hundred of Tickera, after this date, will be destroyed. Wm. REES. Wallaroo, June 6,1882. TO LABORERS AND OTHERS. TENDERS will be Teceived by the Undersigned for CUTTING DOWN to the GROUND, about 40 ACRES of BUSH SCRUB, in the hundred of Wallaroo, near the Peela Wcela road, up to SATURDAY June 17. 1882. 1 Neither the lowest or any tender necessarily accepted. Forfurther particulrrs apply to W. ANDR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

■Hnnnnm FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of mr thomas Herbert, are respectfully informed that the he mains of Lib late daughter, adelaide may, will be remoyed from his residence, Q-ravea Street, Kadina, this dat (Wednesday) at two o'clock p.m., for the place of interment, theKadina Cemetery, if. S. jeaddy, Undertaker, Kadina.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

TBSSEL&EXPPQXED.- , T Bospheraa, barque, from Newcastle." - J ' " Saxon. from.NewcaEtlQ^ J -;.. Royal Shepherd, e.s., from Pjort Adelaide., .. Lubra, «.b., from Port Adelaide. - ■ : '* - *' • EmB. B.e., from Port Pitted. • ;\ ■ i £ ^ f. Governor Musgrave, from Port Adelaide. Flinders, u.b,, from Port Augnsta. Franklin, s.fl.; fromPort Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

primitive methodist church, KADINA. OEGAJST OPENING SERVICES. ON JUNE 18 AND 19. Services to be continued on June 18 and 19, REV. Wh. DEMENT will preach three times. Service of Song EVA on Monday evening. Reading by Rev. J. Ft. Williams. Collection at each service for Organ Fund. KAT>INa institute. -o ODDFELLOWS' HALL, KADINA. LECTURE by W. TOWNSEND, Esq., M.P. THE COMMITTEE of the above Institute have very-great pleasure in informing 'the public.of Radina and neighborhood that'-W. Townsend, Esq.-, M.P-V has kindly O00£6})ted:to.deliver his well known lecture,' entitled " Lights apd; Shadows of; London Life," in the above Hall, on MONDAY EVENING-,• June 19, 1882, in aid of the Institute Building Fund. Music at Intervals. J. N. LEWIS, Secretary pro tern, CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES, H. PEARSON'S OEiVES STEJST, KADISA. H PEARSON whilst thanking the • public for the LIBERAL PAT-, RONAGE whiclrthey have accorded lum in the past, wishes te inform those who have not -alreadyfavoured hi...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

WEATHER. - :.y 1 Saturday, Jane-1ft—Wind, N-"W",. light, fine : Bar. 3010. ■ Sunday, June * 11—Wind, N.W., ■iigHt/. fine. Bar 30 05. '■ Monday. June 12—Wisd., variable, .light, fine, i Bar. 30-00. Tuesday, June 13—Wind. N.W.,1 freSh.'clotidy. Bar. 3020. >

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IS THE HUMAN SKULL BECOMING THINNER? [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

IS THE HUMAN SKtJLL BECOMING THINNER? An American scientist, Mr- W. Jo. Cooper, endeavours to^shpw that it-is. he says, we acce'pt tKe tenets of evoiutib Joists, a race adapted to certain, circun:stances will, if these circumstances be altered, become modified in a corresponding degree, and retrocession may result as well as improvement, and this modification may be confined to a ceftain part or organ. Wtiat forces,1 then, "have exerted tbeirinfiuence on the casket , of tlie train ? First, natural selection, in the .case."of. those creatures that engaged in .fierce, combats, would tend to eliminate those individuals with frail cranium s; and, as man comes within the category or belligerent creatures, when barbaric warFare and the dangers of the chase "were common .pceiirrences, natural selection would, of course, exercise a .powerful influence in maintaining a standard of cranial strength. Then, too, in .the •presence of repeated violence, adaptation would undoubtedly provide a suit...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

Harbour Office, Wallaroo. .; Time aigqal onihe Government jlaaataff at •he Harbour-Masters residence ■- (whitp andred,) will be bdieted to tEia, m«»:' «kead every' Sunday-morning at fivft|£Bi3un|§i' to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean tim^&na^bn the instant of eight o'clock, the flagp§§Ul drop corresponding to&reenwioh mean tinii^i|$ra 45m 387a. After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will be hoisted. ;..... J. CABSON__ DESerrer.

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DAMS IN NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882

niftxivsshe bditoe oW she wallaroo times.) : observed a iew narrow tpinded refoarKs in ybur issue ;of "3rd insti. from Mr QrinSby. which "call for a few words' of .correction. Sentries ,to~ehow the flams ~ate 'jpot ~inprop3t places, are t». be about six ' miles' apart; 'bat '■ if there ib a - dntii: eunk where it is peggod out it will have to be an exceptionally good season to get it half full, an time*-will; prove. ; As for the distance apart.^therewill betwo within three quarters of a\nule *»f each other on Jfinnes, while Thomas' Plains farmery will.be S; miles away. Mr Ormsby thinks there is one going down .at the' corner of the four hundreds,"but I'm 'fefraid thiB is like some moreof hiB flights of imagination-. He phaTges Fair play" with gross; misstatements, -and says I shoald meet with the obhtempt of the public. I can assure'Mr Ormsby, however, that I can substantiate -everything i- "have said. Mr O. has had a good deal -to -Say about selfishness, ' bnt l itould like to know...

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