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

N OTI OE. ALL PIGS, GOAT&, FOWLS, &c., found trespassing on Section 104f>, Hupdred of Wallaroo, will, on and after this date, be destroyed without further notice. JAMES ALLE&, Fenang. Janpary 1J., 1882. OTSTEES! OFSTEES!! O^BTEES!!! FEESB OYSTEB+3 in any|uantity may be lmdj by applying tq f W. KING, NearShipInn, ; WftUaroo. WANTED to RENT'a HOUSE of 4 or 6 Booms, in Kadina, Immediate prossession required.—Apply X Office of this paper. . . ' TORSE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL BACES, 1882. * A MEETING will be held at the Miner's Arms Hotel, Kadina, ou TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1882, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of initiating proceedings for the above annual Races. ~ All interested are respectfully invited to attend. J. SPINK, Secretary. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHUBOH, GREEN'S PLAINS WEST. ANNIVERSARY SERMONS and PIC NIC, JAN. 29 and FEB. 1 SERMONS on SABBATH by Ret. J.H. WILLIAMS at II a.m.' by Bea. J. LLOYD at 2.30 and 6.30. PICNIC on WEDNESDAY at 11. a.m. LUNCH at 1, TEA at 5....

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

IMPORTS. J Ex Royal Shepherd, for Wallaroo—7 S. Works, 16 Bristowe, 6 Levido, 60 May, 22 Bath, 43 Barton, 4Trye, 15 and 100 a poke* 60 felloes Davies.19 North and Harmon. 31 Co-Op. Sy., 2 Darke, 7 Cropley, 32 Barpee, 31 Gervasi, 4 Bollmeyer, 48 Chatfield, 19 Basphorns, 4 J.and H. Heath, 20 ?onng,7 Kerri ■on, 7 Order. For Snowtown—31 Haaelerove. For Moonta Mines, 1. For Kadina—13 Williams, 26 Barnett. 19 Qninton, 45 J. Hall, 21 Rendeli. 29 and 96 felloes Squibb, 2 Cook, 3 Rough, 35 T. H. Ha'l, 31 Trusoott, 13 Btacksey, 2 J. Brown, 2 Anson, 57 Burden, 136 Wallaroo Mines, 20 Borlace, 9 Tippett, 3 Potter, 4 D. Brown, 28 Secombe, 3 Rosenberg, 7 Ward. EXPORTS. -—*0— Per Boyal SheDkerd—26 empties. Smith; 4 Haines, Mallen &nd Co.

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THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER AND RITUALISM. (From the "Times." Dec. 2). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

BISHOP OF MANCHESTER ajsd ritualism:. (From the " Times." Dec. 2). On Friday, at a synod of the clergy of his diocese, held in Manchester Cathedral, the Bishop of Manchester read the follow ing admonition on the subject of Ritual ism :—" It being a recognised principle among Churchmen that the voice of the Bishop speaking authoritatively, with the aid of his proper diocese an advisers, should be regarded by all the clergy of his diocese as sufficient to secure from them that due and canonical obedience to which every clergyman is bound by the oath which he takes when licensed to[the cure of souls or admitted to a benefice, and whereas divers usages and ceremonies, which, if generally observed at all in this Church of .England had certainly been in abeyance for at least 200 years, have been" recently reVived or introduced in certain congregations without any «cclesiastical sanction or authority, whereby^ieminds of many:.Christian people have been dis quieted and consequences" have en...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

VKSRWT.S IN HARBOR. Bosphoros, barque, from Newcastle. J. li. Hall, from Newcastle. Magellan. from Fort Adelaide. Palais, from Fort Adelaide.

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HOME TOPICS.—CHILDISH DISRESPECT. BY FAITH ROCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

HOME TOPICS.—CHILDISH DISRESPECT. BY FAITH EOCJJESTEE. This is the fault that some pei'sous would punish with especial severity, and such persons are apt to judge superficially or more by a child's words than by its meauing or motive. Very young children often speak disrespectfully without auy idea that thej are doing wrong. They are natural democrats (not in a modern political sensej, and they have an innate sense of * equality.' 4 If you won't be saupy to me, I won't be saucy to you/ said little Fanny when her mother reprov ed her for . sauciness. Fanny's mother, perhaps, had never thought that a parent could be guilty of sauciness, but I often think of the child's remark when children speak disrespectfully to their parents, I caa usually see that they have brought it upon themselves; that more patience and gentleness on the parent's part would have prevented the basty reply. Parents certainly should treat their children with respect. Not as though the children were their superior...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Kalabome, from fiewoastie. E. J. Spence. from Melbourne. Charles and Arthur, from Southport. Verulam, from Newcastle. Franklin, B.s., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, «.b., from Port Augusta. Royal Shepherd, b.b.. from Port Adelaide, i .nhi*. r.«.. from Port Adelaide

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THE FARM THE GREAT SPECULATION, OR "CRAZE," OF 1881. [From the American Agriculturist] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

THE FARM THE GRE1T SPECULATION", OR •' CRAZE," OF 1881. fFrotn the American Agriculturist! Never before, in this country, or 10 any other, "has there been anything at ail com parable to the present speculation, rather " Gambling," in Wheat, Corn, aud Oat«. and in Hog Products. This gambling spirit has taken possession of large masses of people, and extends from the great dealers who handle" or bet on tens of mil lions of bnshels, down through'all ranks, to the "hotel waiter who pots up his week's wages as a " margin*; on the purchase of a single hundred bushels.—One explan ation more; Suppose the present price of wheat be quoted at $1.40 per bushel. The specula tor, guessing that prices will run higher, goes to a broker and offers to buy 1,000 bushels, n^xt month, at §1.42, and deposits with him a " margin" of $50, or 5 cents a bushel, which is the regular " margin" on wheat; 3 cents on corn and oats. As long as wheat keeps above $1.40, nothiug i« said ; but if it falls below, the^ ...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday, Jan. 18—Wind, North, moderate I very warm, Bar. 29*60. I Thursday, January 19—Wind, Variable, light { mm, sultry, Bar. 29-45. i Friday, January 20—Wind, S.E.. Bar. 30-00.

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SNOWTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

SNOWTOWK RAGES. ' The following are the final entries and ac ceptances for the above races ;— Maidens, st. lb. Mr E. B. 6-leeEon's b,g. Elbow, 5 yrs. 8.13 Mr P. Callahan b.g. Tempest, aged 3 13 Mr T. Herberts e.g. Surrey, aged 8 13 Mr H. Beeklej'e br.m. B.oyal Bine, 4 yrs. 8 11 Mr 3$. Dann'e b.g. Bobert the Devil, 4 yrs. 8 11 Mr M. Hayes* blk.c. Honegty, 3 yrs. 8 4 Mr J. Williamson's br.o. Lion, 3 yrs. § 4 Mr GK Chatfield's br.f. Dynamite, 2 yrs. 6 5 Amateur Huedi<e Race. st. lb. Mr GI-. Chatfield's br.h. Horror, (late D.O.D.) aged 12 4 Mr Q. E. Maslin'e g.g. Mono, aged 12 1 Mr J. King'? b.g. FreetraBer, aged 12 1 Mr W. T. Harvey's e.g. Dennis, aged 12 1 ■ Mr A. Young's fj.g. Hob Boy, S yrs. 11 8 gNOWTOWN HaNIiICAI'. One mile and a hall. at. lb. Mr Q-. Chatfield's br.h. Horror, Hate D.O.D.) aged 9 8 M*T.Herbert's b.g.Tocal, aged 8 8 Mr J. Goode'e b.m. Mayfly, aged 8 7 Mr M. Ryan's br:g. Dutchman, aged 8 5 Mr M. Hayes's g.g. Shamrock, aged 8 3 Mr P. Callahan's b.g. Tempest...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, Jail. 20, 1882. The market this week is Yery quiet and j buyers who require wheat to fill * ships now loading will not give prices asked by sellers. We he'hcar of serem! parcels being offered in Adelaide at 5s f.o.b. at Port Adelaide but buyers will not give more than 4s 9|3 to 4s 10^d. Farmers lots at Fort Adelaide being one penny under these rates. The local markets keep up well and most farmers are selling at the present .rates, rather than bold and perhaps have to accept a reduction. Wallaroo—Wheat, 4s 8d to 4s 9d.~ Kadina—Wheat, 4s 7£dio 4s 8|d. • Moonta—Wheat, 4s 7d ot 4s 8d. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s 7d to 4e y^d. ' Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 7id to 4$ 8d. Baranga Gap—Wheat, 4s 6|d. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 6d. The following are the prices current for produced Wallaroo:— Flour, £11 5s to £1110s per ton, and 24s per bag, cash. Bran, Is 2£d per bushel per ton. JPollard, Is 3|d per busliel per ton. —o— . ... Begteter Office, Thursday...

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WALLAROO INSTITUTE. HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

WALLAROO INSTITUTE. HALF-YEARLY MEETING OF MEMBERS. . The half-yearly meeting of subscribers to.the Wallaroo Institute was held in the Steading Room on Wednesday evening, January 19. There was but a small attendance, and the Vice-President, Mr Jag. Hay, ooenpied the chair. The Hon. Secretary, Mr W. H. Lethaby, read the balance sheet and report as follows:— TUt.atv-qk Sheet tob Hau-Yeab ending Dec. 31,1881. —Db— £ s d To Balanoe bronght forward ... 76 15 2 Subscriptions ... ... 13 16 0 Sent of Hall ... ... 41 7 9 Donation ... ... ... 14 0 Expenses of lighting, &c., received from Y. Beading and Recreatom "Room committee ... - ... 14 7 0 Government Grant to Institute 50 3 0 Government Grant to R. and R. Boom "... 3 9 0 Sale of Magazines ... 1 8 Interest ... ... ... 15 9 Sundries 4 0 202 3 4 —Cb— £ 6 D By Librarian's Salary ... 7 8 6 Cleaning 4 7 6 Attendance on Hall ... 9 7 0 Attendance on Y. Beading and B. Boom ... ... ... 4 16 0 Lighting. Firing, &c. ... 13 10 3 Newsp...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

TlMtSSIGKAI,. TTii«KAriv AffiitA. WflllftfOO.- . Time signal on the Government fisgetaff *t |~ ihe Harbonr-Masters residence the flag 31,; ; (white andred,) will be lioisted to the mast-; ^ „.ead ereiy.Sundav morning at fire minutes to e:ght j.olock, Adelaide mean time, and on theirs taatof eight o'clock, the flag will drop oomipoooing to Greenwich meantime 101i 45ir. 38 78. After the time signal bus been made the Union Jack vill be hoisted. J.<3ABS0» —1 Observer. I

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

Shipping. FROM WALLAEOO. npHESPENGEE'S : JL v^-ulf steam i SHIP COY^MMIIED, 1 Dinatdi^siifitSBDiev as under, when practicable j—• : r ®HSB2BS, FOR POET AUGUSTA-( ScotjayMobmh-g £ at 7 a.m. f EMU*/ FOE POET P3ZEIE—< Thubsdas, ( at 7 o'clock.' «0 f BOYAIi SHEPHERD, POET LINCLON-? Thtjbsday jot Feiday, Vl at 4 o'cloA p.TO. o———• ' ' '"5" ' 4 f FLINDERS, WBSK3S8B A.Y. at 5 o'clock., p.m. POET ADELAIDE.— FRANKLIN, SiTUBDATj at 6 o'clock p.m. —O— EMU, ... SvRX>AY, at 7 a.m. FOE f EOTAIi SHEPHERD, FRANKLIN 1 Awebnaie Thtjbspat's HAEBOE L At 2 p.m. —K>— Passage money MJJ8T be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short- delivery or damage moat lie rendered -within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed oat at time of discharge. All cargo ,is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the] Compery' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited....

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

SHIP <3- " NEWS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, Jan. 18—Flinders, e.s.. 270 tons, Anderson, master, from PortAaenfita. Thursday, Jan 19—Royal Shepherd,s.fl.,245 tons,. Campbell, master, frem Fort Adelaide via Port Lincoln. Passengers—Mre and Hisa Cropley, and - Ur Blackmore in the cabin, and 2 in the Bteer&ge. Same day—liubra, 224 tons, Creer, master, from Port Adelaide via Moonta Bay.

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WATER SUPPLY FOR THE PENINSULA. DEPUTATION TO THE GOVERNMENT. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, Friday, 8.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

WATER SUPPLY FOE THE PENINSULA. DEPUTATION TO THE GOVEBN A MENT. (From our special correspopdent.) - [By Telegraph.J Adelaide. Friday, 8.45 p.m. This morning a deputation consisting of tbe following gentlemen,—namely, Messrs Belling (Chairman), and Crs Wyatt and Dayman from the Green's Plains District Council; Messrs P. Daniel (Chairman) and Cr Geo. P. Daniel, from the Kulpara District Council; Mestrs J. Barton (Chairman,) and Cr E. Sawyers, from Clinton District Council; and J. Will shire, District Clerk, was introduced to the Commissioner of Public Works, by our Members (Messrs Farner and Beagle hole), to urge the necessity for construc ting more reservoirs in the respective hundreds of Kadina, Kulpara, Clinton, NinaeB and Tiparra. Mr Wyatt pointed out thai; the reser voirs in the hundred of Kadina were already dry; that one at Green's Plains was perfectly useless, and asked the Commissioner to recommend to his Government that one be made on the Travelling Stock and Forest Reserve...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 9.45. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 9.45. p,m. Mr Richard Budgen J.P;, formerly of Noarlanga, and Mr Wo. Colman, miliar, of Strathalblyn, are dead. On the arrival of the B.M.S. Mirra pore,* the Government will quarantine the Adelaide, and other passengers who like to land, on Torrens Island ; separating them from the people already there. The mails will be exposed to the open air 24 hours and the cargo 48 hours,' before delivery. The balance-sheet of the Hamley Mine shows !a set profit for the half-year of £6,800. A sale of Mr Eounseveli's race horses was held to day. PromethouB was .bought in for £700; Brilliant was purchased by Mr Walker for £400. The Secretary of the Municipal Associ ation is about to draft a Bill for securing power to construct a central Fire Brigade. The existing brigade will not at present be disturbed.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1882, (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

J LOCAL COUBT-—KADINA. WEDNE8DAY, JaHUAHT 18, 1882, (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) iVAiw v. koach:.—Claim for £2 balance due on exbangeofa cow. Mr Beare appeared for the plaintiff- : Patrick John Ham—Know the defen dant.' Had a transaction with Lim in the exchange of a cow. It was in November, about four years ago. The value ;of my cow was £8. . She was young and within a week of «drii^.. JDi;co»;w»8 valued at £6, and'he was to five ine £2. He took delivery* but has not paid the £2, He has frequently apologised for not pay ing sooner. * By defendant—I delivered the cow in Kadina, on the show day. The bargain was made previously. Can't say the day. I had .to keep her until she calved, and I brought her with tbe show cattle to Kadma. Paul Boaeb—In 18771 went down to Mr Kain's. Itwas two Sundays before the Kadina show. Mr Kain offered to exchange cows with me. I agreed to do it on condition that I should get my cow back when she calved for. £8. If -1 returned his cow then I was...

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KADINA WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

^i®I^WATEE8UPPLY. TO THE HOS. COMMISSIOH.EH. OF PuBHC WOBHB. The demand for water w very great. Tanks nearly empty. Won't last until Wednesday next. In what form can you assist with greatest despatch ? Moonta has plenty to spare. The Green's Plains dam has a large quantity in. . Something must be done/at once.- ; We are delivering 40 400-gal. tanks per day. Demand increasing. Beply. John J. Chhibtmas • .. - .. . -Mayor. To this telegram Mr Christmas received thei following reply " Instructions hare been given at Green's Plains to supply*'water to the public. They must find tanks and employ all necessary labor: The charge will be 15s per thousand gallons. ,, ,,., _ JohnMaits, 8ec, Gom. Pub. Works. On Friday moving Mr Christmas sent the following message to the Commis sioner in reply to the above:— " Instructions to Green's Plains don't meet the case. /Must have water delivered in Kadina: from somewhere, similar to the arrangements made by the Govern ment three years ago. Water was th...

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LATEST NEWS. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

r . " '. ' ' . • intercolonial telegrams. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Friday. The returns of the Government Savings Bank show an increase in thte amount to djedit of depositore of £184,000.

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