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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Nearly an inch of rain has fallen at Farina yesterday. Bain is also reported to hare fallen to the north*west of the Gums. A roan named Hellefc, from Lancelot, dropped dead at Kooiinga this morning. E. Anderson, tobacconist, of Adelaide, was sentenced to two months* imprison mentjto-day for fraoduently obtaining for bearance. He received a second class I certificate, suspended for 18 months. The Chief Secretary gave notice in the I Assembly to-day that he would more -on j Thursday that it is desirable to provide I for the defence of the colony by obtaining a war vessel and a torpedo service; and . to have a permanent millitary force, The debates on the Land Bill, and the Accused Persons' Oaths' Bill were resumed < and adjourned. 10 p.m. | la the Legislative Council Mr Glyde moved that provision be immediately made for securing diamond drills capable of boring a depth of 600 feet, to develope the gold fields. Mr Ramsay moved a similar mo...

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WELSH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

WELSH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. Id the matter of Sunday Schoolanmver saries—although there are larger schools in Wallaroo than the Welsh, their anni versary is the event of the year. And the one celebrated on last Sunday and Monday is ' no exception to the seneral y role. _ As heretofore the services were held in the Institute Hall, which had the usual raised platform for the children. The Rev. T. Kyte (Congregationalist), of Kadina, preached on Sunday morning; the Rev. Mr McNeil (Bible.Christian), of Kadina, in the afternoon; and in the evening the service was conducted by the pastor (Ber. John Lloyd). The congre gation at each service was very large, especially m the evening, when, although extra forms were placed up and' down the centre of the hall, numbers bad to go away not being able to obtain even stand ing too m. On Monday evening the usnal public meeting was held, presided over by Mr David Walters, superintendent of the Sunday School. There were also on the platform, the B...

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WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. The monthly meeting of the Wallaroo Board of Advice was held at the Kadiaa Court House on Thursday morning, June 6, 1882. Present—Messrs J. Malcolm J.P., (Chair man), T. Anthony J.P., E. Warmington JJP., J. J. Chirstmas J.P. and Mr A. F. Taylor. APOLOGY. An apology was made for Mr P. W. Gurner J.P., who was indisposed. The miDQtfS of the previous meeting were read and adopted. Chairman's Repobt, The chairman reported as follows—On the application of Mrs Lewis Thomas of Wallaroo, he had agreed to allow the fine ordered by court to stand over one month, in consequence of an accident to her husband. The Inspec tor General had been to Wallaroo and con suited with the Chairman and it was decided to engage Mr J. J. Bears, Solicitor of Moonta, to act on behalf of the department re the two cases of insulting language at Wallaroo Mines. Mr Hartley informed the Chairman that he had instructed the Head Master at Kadina School to refuse admission to the school of all i...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

2TEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Tuesday, j Three men were drowned ' in the Wogonga rirer to-day by the upsetting of j a boat. The Borehole arbitrators have comple ted their evidence, and are considering their award. 1 The annual sheep Bale, to-day, was a grand success.

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LATEST NEWS. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

latest njsws. i I INTERCOLONIAL TELEGBAMS. j VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. The prisoners brought up for the exten- j aire robbery of jewellery from Avinaki's j premises have been remanded. j The Pbeenix Foundry Company on ] Monday tendered to supply the railway j department with 50 engines for £150,000.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

IMPORTS. Kx Lnbra, for W*llaroo—18 and timber, DavieB Co., 47 Burpee, 7 Vance. 18 Graves, 76 Bath, 24 Xoach.26 Carr, SZ North and Barman, 2 BirkB, 100 Heath, 23 Smelting Works, 2 Bollmeyor,.2. Hanghan, 3 Rees, 74 Co-Operative Society, 6 Bird, 9 BichardBOn, 16 Barton. 33 Gervasi, 6 Crop ley. 1 Sprint, 3 Bewe. 5 BriEtowe, 4 Trye, 10 Hay, 3 Darke, 7 I«erido—For Kadina—5 Aneon, 7 Brown. C9 T. H. Hall, 16 J. Brown, 11 Goldsworthy 17 Clark k Co., 22 Barneti 37 Bale, 33 Cook, 21 Nottle, 68 Borlace, 22 Thomas, IS Enriila Mine. 1 Wallaroo Mines, 2 Quinton. 3 hdda. and 26 Rose Warno. 3ft Secombe, 38 Truseott. 3 Styles, 8 Black «ey, 2 Williams- For Snowtown—G Barrett, 12 Setohford.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

' 7>FA.TH. ... . ,. - Bn&WHMOn Ittie JOHi July,"'at "Wallaroo ;2f-5ipd3euly.» - beloved " wife of August Brown j aged 38. • •

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

EXPO UTS. Per Xmbra, for Port Adelaide—Bdls. Skins, bides Crompton, 16 empties Tolley & Co., 1 do Sims A Go ,65 do Watkina, Bennett & Lock, 13 do Hfcimer, Mallen-ft Co., 1 do. Rounsevell, 6 do Primroao and Co.. 9 do Knapman, 38 do Smitb, 1 Trolley. Telfer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

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 Kpostage in cluded) ... ... ••• 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered im advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. . H I?. & A. F. T4YLOR. Tim«s Office, tValiaxoo, Jan. .4,11883.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

TO BE LET, Adwelling HOUSE of 6 rowans with Cell.r ami P»«itry, Outbuilding*,' &c., aituatod on the Port Road, with 18 acres' or thereabouts, of land attached, being the late residence of Mr Joseph Nettle. For potato. apply ^ JEJUSCISU„ Wallaroo*. . Or.J. NOTTLE, I Sadina. splendid OPENING. , TO BE LET, immediate possession'©ran, the XieBBe of the WOMBAT HOTEL, K ADINA, for S or eereB year®. Apply to C. BARNETT, Proprietor. O- to W- KNAPMAN. Port Adelaide Brewery. CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. ■ T*3 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That l^f persons Catting Drains across roads, are requested to slope all sides off to prevent acceidents or inconvence to traffic. By order. j. wHjLshire, tflerk. QUEEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT. COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ALL BATES now in arrears, muBfc be paid at once, or otherwise arranged for. JBv order JAS. WILLSHTBE, Clerk. PAINTING, PAPEEKANGING, &c. Wward begs to inform the public of • Eadina and the neighbourhood, that he is prepared to do a...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. M Warn, from London via Fort Adelaide. Uoontft, ship, from Newcastle. franklin, a.i., fr«m Port Adelaide. Fliadera, a.a., from P«rt Augusta.

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LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. MOONTA TUESDAY, 11th July, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN KOADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. Moonta Tuesday, 11th July, 1882. Present—The Chairman. (P. W. Grumer, Esq., J.P.,) Commissioners Reid, Lamsbed, Davies, the Surveyor (Mr Jones, C.E.), and. the Secretary (Mr K". D. Bennett). The newly elected member, Mr Hague, was present, and, with the other members made the usual declaration. Chaibmaw. Mr Gurner was unanimously reelected Chairman. Minutes read and confirmed. COEBESPOlfDEIfCE. From Walter Patterson offering to give land for road purpose if required through section 476, hundred of Ciinton, conditionally upon the Board fencing same.Received. From the Town Clerk, Edithburg, calling attention to the fact that the road from Port Moorowie—deviation taking place at section 239 would not be suitable, as the road is used principally by persons to the southward, to whom it would be little use. A memorial had been prepared asking for an alteration in accordance with the original wish of the Cor* poration and settlers, which it wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

WANTED, a GROCER'S ASSISTANT. Good Wages for a Good band. Apply to T. 3L HALL, Kadina. ROLLING DOW. WANTED light sorub rolled down, 300 acres, sections 172, 84, and 97 hundred of Tickera. State, price per acre, quantity and section; also section 11, 307 acres. S. SMALL. Maitland. Wanted a sober steady YOUNG MAN as Ostler. Apply JAMES HALL. Miners' Arms, Kadina. ANTED at the KURILLA MINE FIFTY (50) TONS LOGS not lees than 6 inches thick at small end. THOS. ANTHONY & SON, Superintendents. FOR SALE. A /? ACRES of LAND, situated on the rrO Port Soad, two mileB from Kadina. Also, 20i Acres, Suburban Land, situated at the j3ingo Mine. Apply to E. MoENTIRE, Kadina. WALLAROO INSTITUTE The annual generAlL meeting of SUBSCRIBERS to the above Insti tute will be held in the READING ROOM on WEDNESDAY, July 12, 1882, at half past sevwi o'clock p.m. Business— To Receive the half-yearly balance-sheet, and to elect a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Auditors, and four members of Committ...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

WXA.THEB. Satird&T, Joiy 8—Wind, S.W.. strong, ehowery, I Bu.3010. IuIit, Jilj 9—Wind N.W., moderate, fine. Bar. J0-00. Monifcjr. Jn'y 10—Wi»d. N-N.W., strong, rain, Sir. 29 85. . | Tuei&ny, July 11—Wind. N.W., fee ah, fine, »*r. J005.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

Wt MEallaroD Ctmes, r WAliLABOO. WEDNESDAY. JULY 12," 1882. Docbixebs our readers will be looking anxiously this morning for news cqncern ing the position of affairs at Alexandria, wliich were so critical yesterday ; but we regret that tip to one o'clock this morning nothing had arrived to throw any farther - light on the subject. Doubtless ' had a satisfactory answer been received to the nltimatum we should hare bad word of it early yesterday ; therefore, we ,may expect to bear to-day that a deaf ear has been turned to the warning, of Admiral Seymour, and that the work of destrut* tion has commenced. So far as Alexandria is concerned there is little doubt the affair will be very one sided; but bearing in mind the suspicious movements trf the Russians and other matters, it is to be feared that the opening fire from the British and French fleets will only be the commencement of a mighty struggle. It "will be seen that preparations are "being Bade lor the enrolment of. additional volu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

KOLPAEA DISTRICT COUNCIL. T\J"OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, That Mr GEORGE FRANCE MILLS hills been duly declared elected Councillor in place of Mr George Mayfield, vho has claimed his exemption on acconut of previous service. John Mcdonald, Returning Officer. MOONTA AGENCY. ME D. ARCHIBALD, Commission Agent, &c., is instructed to Act as AGENT for this paper in Moonta and neighborhood, to receive orders for Advertise' mente, printing of every description, names of subscribers, &c. Any orders entrusted to him will have prompt attention. June 24,1882.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, July 11,1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 9d. Kadina—Wheat, 6s 8id. Moonta—Wheat, Sa 8d. ftaowtown—Wheat, 5s 6d. - -Sarunga Gap—Wheat. 5»^6id. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 5s 7£d. Green's Plains West—Wheat, Ss 8d The following are the prices oarreut for produce at Wallaroo:— Floor, £13 10s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is luu to 2s per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is lOd to 2s per bushel per ton, Register Office, Thursday July 6. The wheat market is quiet at 6 s 2d for parcel* ; 6s for farmers' lots. In absence of enquiry sales are not taking place. Flour Leading brands. £14 ; ordinary £13. Bran, ja lid to 2s per bushel; pollard Is 10 to 1b lid do: oats 4* to 4s 3d do; barley 4s 3d to 4a 6d do.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

TIME SIGNAL. T* 1 Harbour Office. Wsn&roo. 1 Tim* signal on the Government flagstaff at Ihr tfart.i-ur-klnriet'e rcisi(.« nce-tfce; flag H* /»!: te and r<jd) wall be hoisted to the mast every SnndaT morning at five minutes tu » gbt /dock, Adelaide mean time, and on •^'•r.nstartt of eight j'clocV. tlie flag wllTBrop" •err* spending t* Greenwich meantime lOli 45 m 38 7». After the time signal has been a*«d« the Union Jack trill S«» lifliftfd. J. OARSCW : ; Obterm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLAEOO. T~*HESPEirCEE'S G-ULF STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable r fhndees, FOR POET AUGUSTA-} SundayMobjting at7ajn. ° r EMC, FOE POST PIRIE—) 'iBUESDAT, (at 7 o'clock a.m. 0 LUBEA, POET LINCLON-j Thombix or Friday, at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f~~FLINDEBS, IWBDHBBD AT. at 6 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—{ T„T. j FRANEXIN,* I giTTJSSA'j |^ at 5 -o'clock, p-m. FOE f LUBEA, FRANKLIN ■{ Aetkekatb Thtjbsda* s HARBOE L At 2p-m. 0— . Passage money MUST be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must he rendered within24hours ef vessels discharge; and noHe will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same-is pointed out at time of discharge. , All cargo ia carried by these steamers suo jsot to the clauses and exceptions on the Comrsi^v'form of BiU of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallarof Conveyances: OPIE'S MAIL COACHES. W. H. OPIE BEGS to inform the pu...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 July 1882

SAILED. Friday—Labia, a.8., 221 tons, Campbell, Blaster, for Port Adelaide via Lincoln, Saturday, July 8—Franklin, e.s., 39S tens, Crecttr, master, for Port Adelaide. Sanflay, July 9—Flinders, s.s, 275 tons, Aaderaoa, master, fer Pert i.iguta.

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