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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

: " TO BE EST, / A DWELLING HOUSE of 6 rooms with Cellar and Pantiy, Outbuildings, Ac., situated on the Port Bwd, with 18 acres, or thereabouts, of land attached, 'being the late xendenoe of Mr Joseph Nottle. For particulars apply to W. FRANCIS, Wallaroo. Or, J. NOTTLE, Sadina. SPLENDID OPENING. fPO BE LET, immediate possession given, X the Lease of the WOMBAT HOTEL, EADINA, foi 5 or seven years. Apply to O. BARNETT, Proprietor. Oi* to W: KNAPMAN. Port Adelaide Brewery. CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. T^T OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, That XI persons Catting Drains across roads, are requested to slope all sides off to prevent acccidents or inconvence to traffic. By order. J; W11 iTfS H i ^ ^ Clerk.; GREEN'S PL A.INS DISTRICT. . = COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given, that AT.T, BATES now in arrears, must be paid at once, or otherwise arranged for. By order JAS. WILLS HIRE Clerk. . PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, &af - ■ WWARD begs to inform the public;of • Xadina and the neighbourhood, that he is pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

MOONTA AGENCY."' -> -- -• ' MB D. ABCHIBALT), Commission Agent, &c., is instructed to Act as A&ENT for this paper in Moon fa- and neighborhood, to receive orders for "Advertisements, printing of every description, names of Subscribers, &c, Anj orders entrusted to him will hare , prompt Hltention. June 24, 1-882. - - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN BO ADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. Notice is hereby given, that SEALED TENDERS will be received at this Office, until 10 a.m., of TUESDAY, the 11th of July, 1882, for tire following works:— Kadina and Agery Road. Contract No. 402—For making 40 chains of road. Contrat No. 403—For providing and d«. livering 500 yards of guage limestone. Port Victoria and Maitland Road. Contract No. 404—For making 30 chains of road. Port Victoria and Mount Rat Roa3. Contract No. 405—For making 60 chains of road. Yorketown and Stansbury Road. Contract No 406—For making 35 chains of road. Weaver's Lagoon and Stansbury Road. Contract Jfo. 407—For making 20 chains of road. Yorketown and Para Wurlie Road. Contract No 408—For making 50 chains o f road. Mount Rat and Port Vincent Road. Contract No, 409—For making 80 chains of road. Ealkabury and Ardro&ean Road. Contract No. 410—For making 80 chain? of road-. Specifications may be seen at the Surveyor's Office, Moonta, and for No. 404 and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

death: O'StriiLiVAJf.—On the 23rd of .Jone", at- hie Father's residence, Cannon StTefet;;-PoitAdelaide, Maurics Jos. Francis O'SulliVab, »ged 28 years. Requiescat en-iWereibth. . " v:, . , Bossr.—On 26 th June, at the Telegraph Station, Wailaroo. Sirs "WUiiath^ftosei, of a daughter. . ; - w.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN BO ADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. fyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That -L^i SEALED TENDERS will be received at this Office, until 10 a.m., of TUESDAY, the 11th of July, 1882, for the following works:— Kadina and Agery Road. Contract No. 402—For waking 40 chains of road. Contrat No, 403—For providing and de livering 500 yards ot guage limestone. Port Victoria and Maitland Road. Contract No. 404—For making 30 chains of road. Port Victoria and Mount Rat Road. Contract No. 405—For making 60 chains of road. Yorketown and Stansbury Road. Contract No 406—For making 35 chains of road Weaver's Lagoon and Stansbury Road. Contract Ho. 407—For making 20 chains of road. Yorketown and Para Wurlie Road. Contract JNo 408—For making 50 chains of road. Mount Rat and Port Vineent Road. Contract No. 409—For making 80 chains of road. Kalksbury and Ardrossan Tto&d. Contract No. 410—For makin? RO *4>oin= vfrtniu. Specifications may be seen at the Surveyor's Office, Moonta, and for No. 40...

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GRAND INTERCOLONIAL JUVENILEINDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

GR AND INTERCOLONIAL JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. | -We Lava received the foilowing letter, froih the Secretary of the above, and iiave pleasure in publishing it. To the Editos,—Sib.—Will you "kindly allow us, through your columns, to address a few lines to the young people on behalf of the intended Juvenile Exhibition, to be opened on the 9th November, 1882, In the Garden Palace, Sydney ? Tomra Friends,—The Schedule of Regu lations and Prize List is now published for your information, and-'we-hope you will care fully read them through. In drawing your attention to it, allow us to tell you great care has been taken in .framing them: much attention has been given to embrace all supposed articles that may-be prepared for exhibition. But should any omissions have been made, or any part not quite clear to you, apply by letter or personally to the Secretary, who will give you every information. If you desire to exhibit any articles not enumerated, it can be entered in Group 23. We hop...

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, June 29. Received, June 30, midnight. MORE SERIOUS AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

Latest nkws. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Jane 2d. Received, Jane 30, midnight. MOBE SERIOUS AGRARIAN" OUT- I RAGES IN IRELAND. Some most daring outrages have recent ly been committed in different parts of Ireland. Mr Blake, the resident manager of Lord Clanricarde'e estate was riding yesterday to Loughrea, a market town distant about 20 miles from Gal way, in company with Mr ICeao, steward of the adjoining estate, when the travellers were suddenly beset* by a band of armed ruf fians. Both men were shot dead, and the murderers escaped. On the news reaching London there was great excitement, as it was at first reported that it was Lord Clanricarde himself who was the victim.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. THURSDAY, June 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

WALLAROO CORPORATION. r Thursday, _Jpne 28, 1882. Present, the Mayor (Mr D. Bews) Crs. Bath, Bird, Oliphnnt, Chatfield, Phillips, Masters.ahd tbe Town Clerk. Apologies were received for the absence of Crs Trye and Walkley, ... ■ JMJlTOE'S Beport. The Mayor said that acting upon the expressed desire of the Council at its last meeting he hadtgone to Adelaide in order to present the memorial relative.to the extension of the Peninsula road district. In meeting the Commissioner of Public Works lie had been accompanied by tbe Hon. R. D, Boss and Mr W. H. Beagle hole, two of their Members. They bad urged the necessity of extending tbe northern boundary of the local board so as to include the hundreds of Wiltunga Wokurna and Tickera. In reply ■ the Commissioner had acknowledged the reasonableness of the request, and he (the speaker) thought there was every probability of the request being granted. He had also, as they were aware, asked for an alteration in the roof of the passenger station,...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday 5. 20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGUiAMS. ? Friday 5. 20 p.m. A great discovery of malleable copper is reported at Jupiter Creek, near Echunga. The lode can be traced nearly a mile. John George Hay tread has been arrested on a charge of committing a fraud on the promoters of the Victor George Gold Mining Company, a short time since. It appears that be offered the property to the present promoters, and in order to prove its richness had a quantity of stone crashed. The amalgam was j taken to Mr Thomas, the Analytical ! Chemist, of Adelaide, who gave a state- i ment of the yield. Haytread then said that be wished to make tlife weight up to four ounces .* he went out and obtained ten sovereigns and placed them in the crucible, the whole lot being melted to goether. When he got the lamp in his possession he went to the gentleman who subsequently became the promoters, and placed before them the lump of gold as the result of the crushing. The company was then floated on that representation. It was only a fort...

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STRONG FEELING AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT'S EGYPTIAN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

STRONG FEELING AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT'S EGYPTIAN POLICY. A largely attended meeting lias been held in London for tlie purpose of con demning the action of Mr Gladstone and hisfGovemment relative to the very unsa tisfactory stand they have taken in Egyp tian affairs, of iate. .Resolutions were passed strongly condemning the Govern ment policy. Amongst the most promi nent speakers who addressed the meeting were the Right Hon. E. P. Bourerie, Sir Stafford Northcote and the Marquis of Salisbury.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

IMPORTS. Sz I/nbr*;" forW«d\iiroo--^ITOT>£vieB »nd do., 1 EiohirdBOp.SMay, 2 Gook,v64TBathi 2 ;Trye, 1 .laplin.3 Bristo«re;2 BollfneyW, 4Darke,2Bnrton, 12 'Boaphorus,* 2Cropley,,26 <T. B. Heath,:27 Smelting Work8. 7tJo-Operative Society, _ 2 North »nd Hsu-man, 7 JJeTido. * For KaJina—7 ••Qninton, 18 T. H. Hall, 10 Borlaoe. 2 Williamb/8Thomas and White, 2 Thompson, 40 Clark, 2 Brbwn,"3 fiall, 5 Juliife, 3 Barnett, sGaiaectfeT1 Nixon. 82 Wallaroo Mines, 18 SecombeJSAsBon. ,2 tons chaff; Melrose, 1 pkg. AylifFe. l jboggy ana 2" hpxwest Von Der Borch.

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RAILWAY TO MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

RAILWAY TO MOONTA. We take the following report of the debate on Mb Burner's motion for an extension of the locomotive line to Moonta, from the Advertiser. Me Fvenbr moved—" That is desirable to ■ extend the locomotive railway to Moonta." He said it was his wish that a loopline of rail way should ba constructed from Xadina to Moonta, a distance of about seyen milesthe other scheme which had been brought for ward being to alter the existing line of tram way from Wallaroo to Moonta so as to make it suitable for .locomotive purposes. Now the cost of the former work, as estimated by the officers in the public works department, would be £37,886 I3s-ld, and of the latter £35,472 2s 4d, so that there was yeiy little difference in the cost of the two works. He believed, however, that the estimate for the line from Kadina to Moonta was overstated, for instance, he did not see why £2,925 should be required for fencing when only £630 -would be needed for that purpose between Wal iaroo and Moon...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

VESfeELS IN~HAB.B0R. J. L. Hall, from Newea&tlo. Doepborus, barque,from Newcastle. Capells.from Port Adelaide,'

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

Cjje Wallaroo dims. WAUJABOO. SATURDAY, JULTf 1, .18^. Ode last night's telegrams annonnpe the, fact that a discovery "bf" ridb malleable copper has been made at Jupiter Creek, near Eehunga. The day bas heen when such, a message would set half the- people on the Peninsula astir; bat the many bard lessons tbat have been learnt by tbe mining community during the last half dozen years, hare taught ibetn to be most careful in such matters, Tbe price of copper keepB'so persistently about £70 per ton, tbat there ^sejsms very little chance, even with a " big thing," to make a fortune." Bat one thing mast be owned, the experience gained, of lite has been the means of enabling the proprietors of mining properties to reduce working expenses to a minimum, so that now the majority of oar mines will pay better with the copper at £70 per ton than they did formerly when it was at £75. As a proof of this copper was «t tbe latter figure when ;. the . Wallaroo Mines ceased to work , ion the last oc c...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

. . WEATHER. Wednesday Jane 28—Wind, K.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 30-25. Thursday, Jane 29—Wind, "WeBt.strong squally. Bar. 30*10/: Friday, Jane 30—Wind, variable, strong, fine Bar. 30*20.

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KADINA INSTITUTE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

TTATVPSTA INSTITUTE BAZAAE-. The bazaar in aid of the above Insti tute was opened on Monday last by H. £. Hancock, Esq., J.P., and continued on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday The proceedings which hare tesnlted so successfully were inaugurated by the ladies, about five months ago. At the suggestion of the Institute Comnittee, a meeting of ladies was held, when it was unanimously resolved that a bazaar should be held sometime in June in aid of the building fund. Accordingly sewing meetings were advertised to take place on Wednesday and Friday afternoons in the Reading Room. All interested were cor dially invited to attend, and donations in money or materials were also solicited by the following ladies as stall holders,—viz., Mesdames Gurner, Christmas, Sullivan, Robinson, Burden, Lang, Anson, Sellar, T. H. Hall, Martin, Newman and Minchin. Under these circumstances it would certainly have been passing strange had the undertaking not proved a success. The call was heartily responded ...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, June 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office> Wallaroo, Jano 27, 1882. Wallaroo-r-Wheat, 6b 9d io'i5s lOd. Kadina—Wheat, 5s 9d. - Moonta— W heajt, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7d- — BarungaGap—Wheat,6s ■_ Green's Plains East—Wheat, 5s 8d. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 6s 8£d The following/are ,tlie prices" eurrent for produce at Wallaroo; Flour, £13 IGj per ton. Cash. Bran, Is 6d to Is Yid pier bushel per ton. .Pollard, Is 9d per, bushel-per ton, .. Register Office, Thursday. June 26. There is nothing doing. in wheat, and prices remain unchanged, viz, 6a£d for . shipping parcels and 6s for farmers' lots'. "Flour—We quote leading brands at £13 15s to £14 per ton, and ordinary- bifend's at £12 10g to £12 15a. Bran is firm and in . good; demand at Is 93 per bushel; pollard is firm at Is 9J do, oats, 4s to 4s 3d ^T)ar1ey 4s 3&. to 4s 6J. .

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OPENING OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

OPENING- OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, SNO WTO WN. The openrng of the new Catholic Chnrch, Soowtown, took place on Sunday, 25th inst. The dedication ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Kennedy pastor of the district ably assisted by the very Eev. Father Peters S.I. by whom the mass was chanted in a most impressive manner, and who also preached the dedi cation sermon in a most eloquent style. The attendance was very large, the. com modious building being quite crowded. The church is a very neat building of gothic design and is beautifully fiaished both inside and out, and is a credit alike to the architect—Mr M.cMullin—and the builder—Mr C. Baum, of Kadina, by whom no trouble has been spared to effectually carry oat his contract. A special word of praise is also due to the Rev. Father Kennedy for the energy dis played' by him in- connection with the erection, the Catholics of Snowtown and district are to be oongratulated on the possession of such a pastor snd the occupation of such a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

-rAr . . ., . or ibenabsots, ^iUiidd -attached,- being - the v late residence^ Mr ;Joseph>Nottle. "iv^^l»rtMmlaM.jipply to w , i.?r 1 ul ••• ■■ . * -- r -VTalla^oo. Or, J. NOTTLE, '**■> •*■•■■" ' Kadina. * ? v SPLENDID OPENING. .• ... < -."r—^ k TO TBE LET, immediate .potaesafon giv«n, ., ♦ the. Leawof thp WQltpAT.HOTEL, X AD IN A. To? o or seven year*,; Apgply to ^ C..BARNETT, •.. v "' '• Proprietor. rf.. ; -' pi- toir: knapman.; ~ ° J ""1 Port Adelaide Brewery. OtOlTOir .iliBT^iP?? J30UNCIL. "JW OTIOE IS HEBEBY GIVEN, That JL il persbna Cutting Drains across roads, are requested to slope all sides off to prevent aeocidents. or ino6nvence to traffic*1 ■ By order. i . - / J. WTLLSHIRE, i Clerk. GEEEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT. , COUNCIL. |\r OTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT X ^1 ALL KATES now in arrears, must be paid at once, or otherwise arranged for. '* By order. JAS. WILLSHIRE, --'.r.«/• ' ' s ' v "Clerk. ■ » I .i ■ : ■ J •> ■ -»>-■ _____ PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, Ac. W&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 July 1882

HOTICE 'TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAEOO TIMES is primted in a new an^ enlarged form, The terms in future w3T be as fol low®:— ' Per quarter in advance (postage in oluded) -v 3s. Do. do. credit (postage . : ^ included)**.;:. " A!-1-'• 4s. Single Copy-TWOPENCJE. Subscriptions will only be considered ia advance: If paid, during^ tiie first month in each quarter.. D. & A. l£ TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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