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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
COMMERCIAL,' Wallaroo Times Office, ' Wallaroo, May 9,: 1882.. Wallaroo—Wheat," 5s IGd. Kftdina—Wheat, 6b 9d. - ; Moonta—Wheat-,16a"'9d.^ : ; - ' Snowtown—Wheat,-6s 7dBarunga Gap—Wheal, 5s 8d.: Ghreen'a Plainsr—Wheat,-58 9d. -' The following are-tUe -prices current Forproduce at Wallaroo:— "s:.:kO Flour, £13 l5a to;£L4.per ton. Cash. : Bran, Is 7£d ,per bushel per ton. Pollard, ls 9id per buflhel . per ton, both1 being Very scarce.- y r : y. Register Office, Monday, June. 12.. The wheat market remains firm at 6s 3d per bushel. No business to report. Heading brands of floor £14 per ton j ordinary do,£13. bran Is 8d to Is 8£d ; ppllar^.le Sd to Is 8|d oats 4s to 4s 3d ; barley.4s"3cLto 4s: 6d.
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday 8 p:m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
.. ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Tuesday 8 p:m. j In the Assembly ' to-day the; Govern" merit were asked whether they intended . io take action re rumours respecting Professor' Tate's conduct in sskiiig, as - alleged* a commission , from -^private people in the: Northern Territoiy. -The Premier replied t;bat ° Frofsiwr f*te; . denied the truthttf^thfe "fftitemenat therefore the Government would -take no' action till .their attention wiis specially . '^•called to tiie matter. A return was produced shorting thp offect so farof the ^Nepspaper Postage Bill passed last session,- The inei®ased return > - for the first three months of the year, when the Act was in operation, asagainst ' the same quarter last year when it was not, shows an increase of £1,204 The additional expenses for the quarter in consequence of the Act was £3,30?, ineluding cost of die. The debate on the immigration of Collies to the Northern Territory was resumed and further adjourned. Mr Symoil strongly attacked fie Go. vern...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY AS/IT 3B; UNDER- the aboye titfe^ the undersigned - is repablishing (by Mad permission of the proprietors . ■ of.. ;the ^ -^Register) > the SKETCHES which are' now'.appearing in that Journal headed " The "Parliamentary Party in the' Northern* Territory."' A limited number of advertisements Will' be1 received. Orders Tor copies m4y. beVl left at the T. P. Adteeiisebi Offipe, or with Messrs A. Grummet,- Mooiita;; Birke, Wall laroo; and H. Anson; .Kadina, who haye be^n appointed agents. W. J. SOWDEN "Register" Office, Adelaide. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO iTIfiES is printed in, a aew and enlarged form. The. terms: ia future will be as fol* l0W8:— /SV,'. - > . Per quar ter. in affiance' (postage included) ;.v .... 3s, Do. do. credit-(postage ; included) .-. ... 7 • 4s. Single Copy-TWOPENGE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if ^paid-. . Jrst month, in each quarter, Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
S H IF PIN G- NiB% S. •.. ABBIVJDi-i- ■■itj Saturday. June 10—Fpank)iti,f e.B./'SSS: tonB, Crocker, master, from Port Augusta." " Same day—Vivid, ~TB~~tppB. HoBseli, master, from Port Atlgnrta. - * . ■"! !1 Sail day, rjan6 .11—Ftiadeig,. B.b.,- 276 tons, Andereon.master, from' Port Adelaide'. . V. Tuesday; June 13—I'horoix, 310 tofisj^Watdj 'master, from fort Adelaide. : *i ;i i'j.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
i. Shipping. - ■] " ,.r...::-1 riSssp^irtjBii's X. gulF'STEAM] liiirTimri SHIP COT., MUTED, " * ¥ini1 Dispatch their 8te*triers as ! «i^er, %heli piactlwibfe t-T J . " = > . 1 r &lt; FLun>*Bs, ] FOR POET AUGUSTA^ SpitdayMOBHIW& ^ *t7a.»; I - : : 0 C : EMU, FOB POST PIRIE— v JT*rasi>AY, ; t«t :7 o'clock a;m, | \ ~.r °.: . J.iTJBBA,^ I ' POET iiMCLON*! Tkomdat . or tsxatx, v. at4> ^*olook p.m. I f FLlNDEBS, I - »t"5o^ciock. p.m. I POST ADELAIDE.—>? ; ™ 1 l FRANKLIN, J 8i ivsi>nr. J o'«l«»k.'p-o>. J FOE f ° LUBBA, .1 FRANKLIN i AiTEESATE TnE®8I>A"rs I HABBOB : At 3 p.m. ; I PafiBage money ,hitbx be. pud before em- j barkataon. No order* .taken. r. . ..... I All claimi -for short delirery or damage 1 ■ mast fee rendered .within 24 hoars pfTessel s J discharge ; and: none Will "bp. 'admitted w>r J breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at j time of discharge./ J* ' ;/ . .; 1 All cargo ia earned by these steamers wo*1 ject to the claus...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
' .. .-sai&ED. . Saturday., June. 10—Franklin, s.s., 393 tons, Crooker^master, for P6rt"Adelaide." Sunday■'-Jfatie 11—^Flinders, b.b, 275 *tOBB, Anderson,- master, f#r - Port Augae ta. .. -■
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
DEATH. MiLliKB.—On June 11, at Cowell, Franklin Harbour, Isabella Miller, ^of bronchitis, aged 5 years, second daughter of JD.'and E. Miller. - ■. i' Heebeet.—At Eadina, on; June 13, -1882. Adelaide May, eldest daughter pf 'Thomas and Charlotte Jane ^Herbejt^ aged :7 years. ":j
NEW [?]RGAN FOR THE PRIMI[?]TIVE METHODIST CHURCH, KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
TOB THE PBIMI* ~ CHURCH, ^^Imgregfition oTer wMch; the rlleV. ; presides.at•"tte^raseafc^ ti^KSs j^mndmg proof of the truth of to@bldS^ing, 15 Where there's a- will 4h^y^way/' For some time it has "fceeti^lt that the harmonium used in the Church was- , the worse for wear, and required to herreplaced by a more modem invention. Committee and othermeetTngs were? 4eldWconkiti&lt;&r Tvliat .wasbest to be -4ftn&lt;v»lHTnfi^>fc«rhich CnptTrfffnwpthiij'ced upon them r^HOEder;a pipe organ, and. eventually it-was thought- if theywere4o have an to hare a good* one.,, After^aFconBideration it was fioally^de^Jed Jthat '^hey,should -hive a lar^e gvpe oagan of jalonialimiurinfilir^irf., , 1 n.jdue e^a»e; an qjrder J. J-Broad, of^Adejaicle,who arrived jn Kttdinai^oni'iWednesday last, with the ixistrHmeot.-^^ch wfliBidQjy fixed in . the church;". and on Sunday special services were held to -celebrate the opening. The KevvN.-flogera^ of Moouta preached in the -morning api-»...
SIGNS OF QUIETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
; SIGNS &lt;0F QUIETIKG. : ; I In answer to questions pot in the Ho.ase ■ of Commons Sir GharlesDilke stated that affaira in Alexandria were quiefciag. He further intimated tbfct Admiral Seymour had been empowered to land ' Marines, in the event of a continuance of the outrages which hare recently taken : place; but from thepresentaspect of affairs the Admiral had not considered such a proceeding necess&rj. • -
LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. MOONTA Tuesday, June 13, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
LOCAL BOAlii) OF MAIN EOADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. j Moonta Tuesdady. Jane 13. 1882 Present—The Chairman, (P. W. Gurner, Esq., J.P.,) Crs Davies, Reid, and Lamshed ; the Surveyor (Mr T. JoneB, sen.), and the Secretary, (Mr If. D. Bennett. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. , 'COEEESPOKDBUCE. From the Commissioner of Public Works asking that the Board might send in any suggestion relative to roads that required to be put on, or struck off the ached ale, also for suggestions re alteration of Main Roads .Act. Received/ ; From the Corporation of Edithburg asking the Board'to recommend the line of road from Diamond late to Edithburg to be placed on the Schedule, and asking if it would be necessary to get-a memorial drawn up to "Support same. Tue Board agreed to support the petition. _ From the jsame intimating that a public meeting bad.been held affirming the desirability . of continuing the Yorketown and Edithburg road to the Edithburg Jetty. They further asked t...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
Cijt lEaltooo Ctmts. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, J ONE 11, 1882 General Igsatief, whose appointment by Alexander III as Minister for the Interior was hailed with anything but satisfaction, has sent in bis resignation. It has been understood for some time past that the General bas been the Reverse "of satisfied. with..lilg-i position j j A abort time since when M-. de Giers was appbmte3 sacc§ssor^o^P;rinc&|G6rtscibafc:«ff, in Aastria and Germany it;was .regarded as a heavy blow to Count Ignati&f whoj it was thought, had been working for. the overthrow oftbenian .-who-bad -thus been raised to the highest-port of honor in Kussia. Probably this, arid itb'e'Jab'i o^ other notables having^ been regarded with particular favor by the ,Czar has led to this step on the part of General 'ignatiff. The people of Clinton in I the . request which they prefered to the Local Road Board on Tuesday Jast^ .through Councillor Patterson have certainly set an example which many^ in newly settled ...
CONSERVATION OF WATER. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
CONSERVATION OF WATER (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALIABOO TIMES.) I Sib—" Unfortunate" in yours of Wednesday must have been indoors of a wet day, or he must be poking fan at ' Poor Tickera' or, he surely most live farsbver the way. Whether it be consolation or stimulation he requires I trow not; bat perhaps a medley of each may be medicine to the wandering brain; So, with your consent, I will inform him. Tickera can't boast of a District Council, a metalled main road, three monster Government dam's, Government schools, railways, railway stations, station masters, and porters, telegraph and telegraph operators, houses for officials, and, sheds, for the corn and oil, unlet reserved, pounds and poundkeepers,. from the prosperity which follows in the wake of fine main roads and railways, two excellent hotels, a blacksmith's shop and other' items too numerous to mention. Perhaps sir, 'Unfortunate,' wishes afresh trial'of leaving his waggon in the Mine and , driving into township- with the sha...
ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF JUVENILE ODDFELLOW'S AND FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 14 June 1882
ANNUAL FESTI VAL OF JUVENILE ODDFELLOW'S AND FOBESTERS. It is pretty generally known that Inconnection. with Oddfellows: and Fores-: ' f : ' %r * -j ^ y ; ters ia Wallaroo there are '4odgtes for? juveniles—boys between thtf'ages; pf . lof j and 17 years. The first named .Ordersj was the first to move in this'directipp,: aad as a consequence the members cohri nected with, it are greater, but bothf lodges promise to be excellent nurseries* from which the adult lodges will yearly; gather strength. Last year theyouhg-j stera were admitted to tbe annual dintier at a reduced fee, but it did not. meet with general approval, and we we pleased to say the managing committee this ^eaq decided that -the Juveniles should celei brate their anniversary with a tea and social meeting, on Saturday June* 711 j A large programme of sports was gooej through, all the events being keenly con4' tested. The following are the details:—? 1st Event—150 yards Champion Bace—Wj Phillips. Every Boys Annual; John T...
LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882
HFj U ' LITEj&ltlJfiE. ' v: Thii /^rll^hutnbfcrlfifTihei" Contemporary Review" opens- with an article entitled."' jEgypt end Constitutional rule,1 by ^n^pSnglieb -resident inEgypt. The writer tbrowHconsiderableiigbt opon the presentposition of thatdistracted country. Dnringibe past eight years; many financial and eocial reforms havebeen brought about byt&he joint action, of England and I^ahqe^. Previous to 1876.the Khedive in £gypEt;tras:«apreme and irresponsible; he ^raB moreover surrounded by a class of ielnsh unscrupulous officials, who robbed the people and enriched, themselves. 'Since that time, something likeTesponsible J 'Government - has been introduced, and many: abuses rectified. The National I party,-led by Arab} Bey—the Minister of War—is a protest against foreign interference. They wish to have the power to fob and oppress the people which they once had, whatever may become of bondholders and the credit of the country. The nationalists are the Home Ruler...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. ^ ' Friday evenine. I The Criminal Sittings opened this morning with the case against Sinclair, the solicitor, who was charged with disturbing tbe peace and barmpny of the Salvation Army at Port Adelaide. At a conference of the parties the plaintiff's were asked to accept of an apology. This they agreed to, the defendant agreeing to repeat the apology he offered to Sutherland, the captain of the Salvation Army, immediately after the occurrence ; and he again expressed regret for whatever he bad done. A very serious accident accurred at Echunga this morning, by tbe falling of a large rock in the shaft of the King's Company, by which two miners were completely covered. William Sandercock, who was severely crushed could not be ' extricated for two or three hours after the 1 accident. !Edward £ule had the boneB in his leg near the ankle broken. William Greig who was injured by the Glenelg Railway accident, died in the Hospital this morning. In the Northern Territory ...