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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo. Jan. 17, 1382. The wheat market has during the past few days been on the rise in Wallaroo and is now ahout equal to Adelaide rates. .We quote farmers lots Wallaroo—Wheat, 4s 81 to 4s 9J. Kttdina—Wheat, 4s 8d ik> 4a 8Jd. Moonta—Wheat* 4s 8(1. G reen's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 8d. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s 7id. l?.arunga Gap—Wheat, 4s 6Jd. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 6d The following are the prices current for pro luce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £11 5b to £1110s per ton. Bran, Is 2d to Is 2£d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 3d to Is 3$d perbuBhel per ton. —O— Register Office, Monday, Jan. 16. The wheat market remains steady at 4s lOd to 4s 10£d f.o.b. Port Adelaide for shipping parcels of wheat, and we hear of no large parcels being in the market; farmers' lots command 4s 9d to 4s 9Jd. Flour—Steady at jCIO lOe for ordinary* and £11 5s to .£11 10s , for Jeading brands. Charters—-The Mountain I/agnel, arrived at Port Eirie, Is under charter to load at P...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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KING THEEBAW. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

KING THEEBAW. Theebaw.King of Barmah,Jia8recoFer ed from his illness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

OYSTERS ! OYSTERS 11 OYSTERS'!! FRESH OYSTERS in any quantity may" be had, by applying to W. ZING, Bear Ship Inn, Wallaroo. COCOANUT DAMS. NOTICE TO SHEEP OWNERS. IN CONSEQUENCE of the probable scarcity - of' water, Sheep will be pro fribjtpd from watering at the Cocoanut Dams jind Reservoirs on and after SATURDAY, gist January, 1882, until further notice. By order of the Water Committee. JAMES WILLSHIRE, District Clerk. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC~ To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advance (postage in - Viln^aJ) _ ' ... " - „. ... 3g. Do. do. credit (postage included) — — 4s. Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOB. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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GAMBETTA'S BEFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

GAMBETTA'SBEFORMS. The reforms proposed by M., Gaa$eita are ira*i&»|popr reception at the bands of tiie^SnMir^ireally-i*estr them Miffereni*, and tbie papers that Bave noticed them have done so unfavourably.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

—o— WRATHKR. Saturday, Jan. 14—Wind, S.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 30-05. «undnv, Jan. 15—Wind, S.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 30-00. ■ Monday, Jan. 10—'Wind, 5.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 2985. Tuesday, Jan. 17—Wind. N.W., light, warm, Bar, 29*80. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

Dispa£ch4|Jw^\e3mrafiB m '—-r':' ~ *••■ r F&mmzB, iAUSUSTAs 8mn>A3rMoB3Ki»& '■'*•. ^ '.:ttTkm::--. .v"s - AlE^f ■ •" ' ' I at .7 o'clock. ' :f r royal shephebDs POBT LINCLON -j Thtxbsdat or Fmdat, ^ iat 4 o*cldok;p.m., 7~ETJNDEBS, at So'clock. p.m. FRANEtlN, POST ADELAIDE.—-JS atttb » a 3f, at 5 o'clock, p.m.; v.-4s"j[jr, , SUKBAT, * (_ -at 7 a.m. FOB f BOYAL SHEPHEBD, FRANKLIN | Axtebnate Thubsday'b HABBOB (_ At 2pjn. ] . o ~ Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. . All claims for short delivery or damage! mast be rendered within 24 hoars of vessel's j discharge; and none trill be admitted fori breakage, &e., unless same is pointed oat at time of discharge. . . . All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauseB and exceptions on the: Comjiapy' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited J3. IT. WABD,Agent, Wallarof* Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHES. W. H.OPEE V ~ BEGS to inform the public of Yor...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Kalftbome, from Newoastle. E. J. Spence, from Melbourne. Charles and Arthur, from Soalhport. * Franklin, s.s., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, ».a., from Port Augusta. Royal Shepherd, s.s.. from Port Adelaide. Lnbra, s.s., from Port Adelaide

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

. IMPORTS. Ex J- I*. Qall-»»5 toDr -w,^, - y

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CRICKET. WALLAROO V. KADINA RISING SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

CBICKET. WALLAROO V. KADIN-A RISING SUN. A rather exciting match was played between the above clubs on Saturday last, on the Wnilaroo ground. The Wallaroo men were tfae first to go to the wickets, bat they "did laot mate a lorig stand, the whole being disposed of for 55 runs. Kadina then went in and put together only 49.' Wallaroo followed and were put out for 23. Kadina had two wickets down for 12 vfhen the hour arrired for drawing the eiumps, consequently (he victory fell to WaiJaroo. It was thought by some who were looking on that it would have been better -had one of the umpires .taken lees interest in the game, it may he natural to have a preference, but it is not always wisp to allow that to carry one so far aa the tendering of advice to the players as to the " break" that is on, &c. WALLABGO BAY. Fiebt Ikstckgb. WalHey b Moore ... ... Keeling b Moore Herman b Mayne Ecmpster bMayne Ey b Moore ... Andrews c So ell b Mayne ... Hood b Moore ... *ai(artdn c W Moyle b Moor©...

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SUFFERING OF WOMEN IN INDIA. LETTER TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

OF WOMEN IN india. • •. ^v5,.:^ 4'-; LETTER TO THE QUEEN. "liTlie; October,;number . of the Indian Female Evangelistjeohtains ah interesting description of an interview last April be* tween the Maharanee otPanna and Mias Beilby, a lady medical missionary at I/ucknow, We maker the following ex tracts :— r; . * " Punna is the capital of a satire State in Bundelcund, Central India, a city of 12,000 inhabitants, situated ..above 200 miles south of Lucknow and 100 sooth of Allahabad. The sovereign of this Sfcatertbe Maharajah of Punna, applied toKMiss Beilbylast year "for medical at 'fendance for his wife tfife Maharanee, who had long been suifeiing from a painful internal disease. It would, have been impossible for her to have obtained relief at the hands of ajjy but a lady doctor, as native: customs wflolly preclude an inmate of a Zenana from being seen by any man but her father, .husband or brother. "This; call wias an urgent one, and Miss Bei\by went to Punna to attend the Maharanee,...

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AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

- ATJBtTBN. (From our own correspondent.) The Christmas holidays passed off very quietly, hardly any amusement being pa the board. Thechief attraction's wer<^'5fcricket matches, all of wbirfronr representatives Last. The first was against the Kensingtons on Box ing day, The Kensingtons compiled the lai^a ■core of 223 rant,, the Auburns only manag ing to put together 76. Th& second attempt was against Clare on the follo wing Wednesday, when the Auburns snfferedan ignominious defeat, the Glares proving themselves far superior cricketers. ^hes&pf^s were/Auburn 44 and 37; Clares, 279 j^the bowling and field ing of th$. Clares iM^ood/lgflll^heir score proves their batting qualities. Saturday, 31st, a very close s&<iipi«it>iUe mateh was play ed against Mintaro. The Auburn men were the first to act o#ithe defensive and their first attempt only-refiiiett64 runs, this was thought a V6cy email score on 'such a good wicket, bat the Mintaros had ...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1882. Before Messrs T. Davies and E. Warmington, J.J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

POLICE COURT—WALIiAROO. Thdeso^t, Jan. 12, 1883. Before Messrs T. DayieB and 32. Warm ibgton, J.J.P. s Jluau Hughes an old ©Sender, was fined 10/ for (jrunkeness. The same prisoner was charged with breaking a pane of glass, value 12/6 property of A. W. Burton/ and pleaded guilty. Finsd to/6 aud costs, and ordered to. pay

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London 16th January. Received 17th 10. 17. p.m. DECISION OF COURT OF APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

> - London 16fcb-i Beceived 17th 10. 17. p.m. DECISION OF COUBT OF - APPEAL , ! The Appeal Court haaordered the Haven Gold mine, Zealand, to be wound op.

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

LITERATURE. ihe land qifcstion. T6e*Land Iiea gders ha*® sympathisers, abroad as well as vat home.' The : write*. expects tbq/t England will not be " cowed" iptosubjeife tion by a Sonderbond League. " mon^plslce . fallacies concerning -money by Emileile Lifireleje, •will no doab^ bar read with interest'.by bankers and^oijejf brokers, j'*. Language as a vehicle of thought■" Two Decades of Industry and-" Ganada, by Mr Goldwin Smith,1' by Sir Francis Hincks, are the titles of other three articles. From one article entitled " Sailway -Involutions," we make the following- extrac.ta.V .According: to Mr Aliport) one of the best authorities on railway masters}-"-the redaction in car riage' by the" railways, as compared with former chargesandqoantities carried, haa effected a saving to the country of more than £100,000,000 sterling _ annually." Then there naiB been' a saving' in time yearly "to the amount of 300,000,000 hours. > " Within six or seven miles of Charing Cross, there" are 260...

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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, Jan, 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

KA.DINA CORPOEATION, Monday, Jan. 16,1882. Present—His Worship the Mayor (Mr J.J. Christmas) Crs Mitchell, Nobes, Roswarne, Barnett, Brown, and the Town Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Apoiog-ies. Apologies were received from Crs Bleakley and Johnston for non-attendance. Mayoh's Repoet. The Mayor said be regretted that there was not a full attendance of councillors as there were two of three matters of pressing import ance which required to be considered by them that evening. First of all there was the water question—the necessity of taking steps to secure an immediate supply, as with the present rate of consumption they had no more than a month's supply, and it certainly would not do for them to let that go entirely befote making some provision. At the time of the last drought he was in hopes that it would, be a long time before they would require to take such steps; but then they had not taken into consideration the possibility of experiencing a whole y...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

Cije PEaUaioo 3Bmts. WAI/L.A.ROO. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18J 1882, "With the continued dry weather the the present condition of the Peninsula, as regards its water supply, looks serious. It may be said by some " why not make better provision for its storage ?" ; but it must be re membered that in many parts duri ng the past year, no matter "what the storage Accommodation might be, there was not £ inefficient fail of raiu to cause any run ifltQ f&P reservoirs. And as a matter ef fact njijch of the water that is being used at present, was conserved in 1880. It is evident, therefore, that something £^onld be done to provide in cases of jemergepcy, for a two year's supply. Jt is gratifying to contemplate the hearty manner in which the Moonta Corporation has responded to the re quest of the Town Council of Kadiua, jt# assist in keeping up the water supply should the Eladina reservoirs be drained before rain comes. It is to bp hop.ed theif generosity will not be put to a practical testj ...

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LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, Jan. 16. 1882. Before J. B.Shepherson, Esq., S.M.)and Messrs Warmington,and Ha[?], J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

LOCAL COUET—WALLAROO. Monday, Jan. 16; 1882. Before J. B.Shepher8on,*E«q.,S.lff.Valid! Messrs Warmington,and Yoeke's Peninsula Btriuanoa Society v. Mandel—Claim for £4^ This case was a-ijourne^l from January 3, for the attendance of Mr_J. Somber the attesting witness to the Bill of Exchange, the de fendant having sworn that the amount wa^ filled ia after he had feigned it. Joba lumber examined, said be had previously aewi the l:0.t£, which to the best of hit knowledge was the Bame as wbeq signed by the defendant. It was his name that appeared as attestiag ^riU ness. Crow-examined—Don't remember say there was bo amonnt filled in. Don't remember saying so to Mr Taylor. Do> ; notremfember you saying anything about: , it. ' .. .1 " . WUliam M&nael, farmer, aaid wbeu. he signed tbedochmenfc tberewas noanucr&Qf filled in. Mr T*ylpr .^ld Mr Kimher lhat he (Mr Taylor) conld make that rAi\ right. At verdiet was giren for-tbe amount claimed. Ecnxkli, t. Lkwib. Tromab—U.S.3*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

; i : . , . •a0uuoim«i»Bn aqu oj iiofl pW«Sna pnB qoo^MOxaii'WBJqxa flOOBQ ioojMogqaa ionb9 uj aujxita Xa 'os nort^iwdaad siqn e^ta aw wooo pauostQiHl *oj0.id ph« esoqx -■■ ■'•■■, 'tiovwaiwpoQ etw jQ Awwnb eqi Boppaji-janjq: n« a* B[ aoiiwudejd ew ji -ajmo ? ueqoaiig raetvupuv jiuhi m ujflamujai . oamjo |uo ||oq'jflflns jo ^mu«nb MiimiB n—dtip »ffBjj|i3SMq sv.o» 'waoodiraB)v—1 SNQI(ipaaia . ' .■'• !.':,v'.'; : ' '•' " ' ■■ . ' '■ T ■" "■ •^odtgqo sqieiojeiaq) si ; pa« teo«mwoQ "jo hoooq pouaqoiqi aotuujoo eqi* jo ipSuejtf pqj 0WH\ ?I i v; , ' ' . - ■ Meqwe* Jss«oq oq* uj . i|3Bcuq|$ •jtwiiepfeotji iffy'ty]* W4®««p iott (j«* puo •Suiqniiiraijs pun eAjiujQU si "-; " ■ -r^i io !atu> « 8u |(e* w X»(|« UJ* pas 'Jliiiqsojjej ra.•uj'm « « n ' 'peiav^xe uoaq 8B14 UB^q /o J9^tiui ^'4iuj eq^ jo uoi)joa y ■' : .' . —' asv .BaijittYiaao&a sn ' 'Suunqavjf uo uajfpw vfitaJof/tuv Jb.vo&itfpv m/p}nowm 'siwoq voooq fwq 91$ wouf ... '•" tyj'jb-atfapMip'jvv^-fiW uopun pMnfopJhuvjg l...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 January 1882

THINGS IN GENERAL. Bx TbaddiiEs. Mr Editor, I send you the following clip ping from an English paper of a recent date, —" Doubtless many an honest dairyman (do not smile, gentle reader, for there are as many honest men among dairymen as among other classes) has been brought to grief by that delusive test of milk, the laeometer. We would guarantee to show any reasonable jury by a few tests in their presence, how skimmed milk may appear better than rich milk, and the richer the milk the poorer it shall seem to be, when tried by the laeometer. But a curious case of an honest milkman recently came to light. He had a cow. This cow was peculiar, and gave very poor milk. The cow's milk on testing, was declared to be watered, and the man was fined. But, like a brave man, he fought in his defence, and appealed against the verdict. A chemist analyzed the milk taken in his presence directly from the cow, and proved it to be sibnormally rich—in water. The man proved bis innocence, and escaped h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

•Bauaora iwien a hi uj jjoq pu« 'aBSns pnu qoo.iMoi.ii3 'qQ«*pcg; ■boobq QUI BaonjQdoad (snbo «{ Bupqia £q *os uoiwiBdeJd siqu «itn iw ■boooq pBuostojm aajeid oqM esoqx -■ ' ' -wBaqxa; aoooQ eqijo ^waisnb eq? eonpgj—J9?qjq u« w ejuowwudwd eq? ji •018'Bio q aat)S9Mg *jo?bmpub jujixi jo 'J9?ijm uj sa^uajw ; omi m into npq 'wSns jo Amusub i"ai|wi« u—dno qiwjj)BWq » o» injnood8-«9i v—: SKOLLQiXKKI .' "~~ r77~ ~ r .. ^aecUoqo ain eaojeaam e; puo 'wwrauioo jo fiOOOQ peueqoiin aoracuoo eqi jo ^Suo^s oqj sarai) 00441 «i 4j •'■i v; ■ ' " .'MqiflOA em ui qoBBjojs o^ojiap /jBora etu qijM eaaSosip hqu ([im puq '8aj^B[nra^8 puo eApupu ei ' "WE jo duo b 8» U9A m qejjm /bji« jj{«; pan 'auiqsaj^ eg 'ujqj bb bi •pepwixe uaoq e«4 twq leqi jo m^bcu iwej 01$ jo uoupoa y -'aav sai^nLynnoa^ pa;i; ^.Utofmodvjf M Mfyim uth$Mffiwp fo-uotftppw9fo'$noyj,m tm>aq voooQ paq 9$ tuo^f ' ■' 'M&WMg fytjo 9M0tpiMfo'tP}99fr Pffij «WR*W max WALLAROO INSTITUTE. W The half yearly meeting of MTCMBF.yi will be h...

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