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THE NEW PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882
f THE 10EW -PRESIDENT OP THE UiTITED STATES. The following extract-from the " Register's1' New York Correspondent's letter will serye-to "show how soon Mr Arthur has forgotten his promise to'carry out the reforms inaugurated 1>y the late lamented President'GarfieldVery gently, without unseemly: haste or rude shocks* President Arthurhas reorganised the executive departments of the Government, putting men of his own stalwart political faith in this places which ttire occupied by Garfield • ^Republicans of reforming tendencies when- he ^became- the Chief Magistrate. -He has .now got -rid-of all the Cabinet officers -appointed by Garfield save bn^—Eobert Lincoln, Secretary ©f War. .Mr Lincoln has- always been called a stalwart in politics—that is, the belongs to ihe. Pre&identV.faction of the Bepoblican party—so there'seems to be no goodreason- why, he -should not remain in Mr Arthur's Cabinet,. unless, peradventiire, it shall occur"to the Presideat. as he sits at the iibUnci...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882
Cijt Wallaciae WAXjLAKOO^WEDISESDAX, jJJDKE .21.. 1882, 5 Mb R. B. SHiTfl, the iorentbr^f^he now ■ celebrated stump-ju Qipiog!;jjjpjigbs jmoet: have felt gratified~a+ -the valuable testi-j niony that was 'adduced' at the E.a&lt;lina-; banquet, on Friday eVeaingJ relating to tfie? value of his invention, and tbe claim j which he haa tlpon thecolony «n account: of the excellent services rtie; has ■ rerftifered. There is little dpufefc," jBeeing! tbe njaDner' in which even tbe mentioo:of..Mr Smith's name was applauded, in >,j>art of tbej district where his $av£t>^e1ilij'or-f oughly teBted, that when the &p£$riu&e»t aske the Hoose to reWghlse hig^eervices in a 8ubgtantial^waj, it wift ^dity do^isb; And it is evident the usefnfness: of the invention is not to be confined to" South Australia, asit»- ihfrnMghboring colony auceessfiil.trialg'liayje already been made with the implement. The last issue of "City and Cpuntryu";says_:—" The. laol-j leatcing, or "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882
ITOMCE TO^H^fiPTOblC. ^ To-day the "WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future^willfce as follow*:— ' " . * Per quarter in advance .(postage included) • ;-"v.- - .« 3b. : Do. do. credit (]K>i;tgge included) ...— ... ... 4Srj Single Cojy^TWOP^HCIi. Subscriptions will .^only be considered i in advance if paid during^ the first month in each quarter;; ' " D. & A. & TAYLOE. Times Office. ' Wallaroo, Jani 4; 1882. j
KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882
I KIJEPABA. DtSTRICT COTjTNCIL. 1 I "Tuesday, Mat 23.1882. Present—Mr P. TJaniei (Chairman), Gra G.;P.Daniel,JP?:> &>TYouog, G, F. Mills andJ. MeDpnald. The' mmates ot the^ptevioas meeting were read and adopted. - in theabsence of the Mr Willshire, the: District jCierk, who was unavoidably ab^eirtjfchrough aeeyeffeTattaclLof opthalmffl,' Mf «6r McDonald officiated as GaerE - V:- r-: ' A'tetter Was rfead from Mr John Daniel tendering ilia, ieaignattotras District Auditor, whicJvwas accepted, ao^stejjs. were ; ordered to be iafeeii to fill the^acaapyi j Circutar received from the' Secretfiry to the Children!? Hospital, soliciting a dona■ tion to thatins ti tat ion. . ReBolved that one guinea. be voted to I the same. - ] - :: An account from W. P. Spry., amount: ing to £10 Is 4d, for repairs-to toole in ! connection with the boring apparatus, was : ordered''tor "lie - paid, -but the Council expressfed tfietnselyes rerj strongly to the I effect that the1 charges were e...
KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882
1¥ V." KABINA , ^ 1 t mohbay, june 19.1882. jj!; Present—His Worship . the Mayor J. Christmas), Crs Nobesj.JobnstonjBarnetfc, Blackney, Mitchell, 33leakley, Ro^praroe^and the Town -Clerk. \MT' The mihutesof the previous meeting srere reap and confirmed. ' v _ «s cobbe3pokdenoe. From the Sectretary of Municipal. Asaoci ation re Bills proposed to be brought before • Parliament—Raceized. From Crown Lands and Immigration Office, in reply to a Letter re the appointment of a Resident Officer for "the destitute poor, ae followB :—-I am "desired -by the- Goinuiis' Bioner to inform you in reply-to jour letter of 10th ulto., that after making due enquiries into the matter the Government do nj>£ consider it necessary to appoints Resident Officer to attend to tbe.wantB of tbe-deiititute poor at Kadina,-r-G;S. Wbigbt, Secretary. Cb Blackney moved. that: the letter ^be received .paying at. the same timethat ;hed«i not agree with them. . ' Cb BleakIiBY seconded.". Carried.. From the Chairman of...
THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
THE IMPEOVEMEKT OF .THE MEMOBY. Memory! what word is there in the English language with suehabreadthof meaning"? We do not, however, at present, purpose dwelling oa any of the thou-' sand and one things which, byr the aid of memory, we are enabled to picture before —/ the mind's eye; we intend rather to ehow the necessity on the part/of a large portion of the community for cultivating the art of remembering; for, ^fter all, it is truly a thing that can be improved with proper care and attention. . Of course it must be admitted that there hare been instances where individuals have bad the gift of remembering everything that they heard. It is not, however, to be expected that everyone could go into a legislative assembly, and after listening for hours to the speeches of the members, come out and commit them to paper aB Lord.Macauley was wont. In a recent number of Cassel's Family Magazine we find ao article by J. Mortimer Granville,. M.D., on" Curious forms of forgetfulness/' which go...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS.; . Friday, 8 p.m.. The Chief Sectetary in reply to a deputation to-day promised to recommend the placing of an additional. £900 on the estimates for the Inebriate fietreat.' ■ The Hon. John Hodgtisa has 60% his Danrobin estate for;£35,000,. News has been received of the Queen's assent to the Marine Board Act. V The Building Committee for the new Parliament HonBes have decided to call: alternative tenders for stone, giving- the " preference to Kapanda marble: ' " The telegraph station-master at Alice Springs believes he has foanda fclue thai will lead to. the discovery, of Leichardt's remains.
THE EGYPTIAN, CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
THE EGYPTIAN, CONFERENCE. ■■■ The Conference in connection with Egyptian affairs, which commenced its j sittings at Constantinople on Thursday, | has been adjourned, the representatives of Austria and Germany not being.present.. In the meantime Sir Edward M&let,: the British consul at Alexandria, hasbeen instructed to ignore the new Egyptian Ministry.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
ABHIVEBi ; *' Ja siM 'Wednesday. June 21—Fiitidfers, "275toas, Anderson,laiBter,from PortAmgBBte.. s.*r-.' I Thursday, June 22—Ema* e-B-j/SW to&8». iGreer, imaster, from Port Adelaide..", . , Same day—Lubra, 224 . CainpbeU master, from Port Adelaide Tia Port lAseola raS. Moonta Bay. Paaaengora ■J^i-ycIrfwtfdKn.in.tfaecabin.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
*1|3| OTICE• 1BHEREBY GIVEN, list': : J-* pei^nBCuttmj; Drains aoroBs^roads, •re requested to elope allsides offto prevent acccidentoor inoonvenceto traffic. * ~s By-order.—""—" .To-^y^r: GEBEN'S PLAINS DtSTfiiGTP2 COUNCIL^ ■ -.v;."- 1'''1 • v/OSTUTAfcNotice is hereby given*at ALL.BATES;nqwin arrears, most be piud at once, orotherwiie arranged Jot. PAINTING, rAPEEB^GIN&. ^c.' J W: • Tfnana and "the neighbourhood, that lie ia prepared toTloattTSorts of Work in . House •ndCarripgePaintim &v -nrq & W' Orders ~inay be' left" at MrE.~ JiimFe, * Taylor Street, Kadina,until-farther notice. :-j'.f.7 "m'gq HOUSE AND jCAHEU»E PAINTER, DECOEi!rpte,>c; TATM»^tbebt, JKJJ>isa.JP^. ttti'.^'T BY Appointment to'his >fi!£G£l%SI(6I' SIEW. F.\D:JEB;t€08.'-"*', PI G K L,I N 0T&. G:Q > 7 TAILORS, HATTERS, OUTFITOEBSi *«fe j 4, RUl^PLE STEEE^T, .. v ADEr4TDl£r vrt-3" .(Late j£3jeJaideV,^. i&YMR^pr^iiET, 1V ;r" KADIltA. • ; fi® A>li R. in:.-F.'A NOY;: ...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882
SAHJ5D. Wednesday, June 21—Flinders, S.8., 276 toaa, Anderson. master, for Port — Thursday, Jane 22—Emi, mm., sp5 tons, Creej. master, for Port* GermeittatMj Pirie; >1 s*l i a. Same day—Xmbra, 224 ton*, CampbelL mastar, for Port Adelaide via £rnb ■ fea^ 'few Fort wocta.- , . JixS0S3H