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THE KHEDIVE ALIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

THE KHEDIVE ALIVE. It lias, been ascertained ,on the mftrt reliable authority that the Kbedire is still alive and ie quite aahartned. - ; /

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

LITERATURE, The May number of the rt Contempor ary Review" opens with an article entitled " The position of the .Austrian Power in South-Eastern Europe" bj JEdward A. Freeman, D.C.L. : Be endeavours to sho w that Austria has no iawfulnriaim whatever to those; countries in the South-East of Europe and her occupation: of them is not only an unrighteous act; but has proved an unmitigated curse to the inhabitants. Those' who depend upon the " Times" for their information have no idea whateyer of the real state of matters. Facts are suppressed and garbled by its correspon dents. The'correspondent of the " Man chester Guardian," who, according to Freeman, told the whole truth has been silenced, by the powers that be. The "Times" allows that Austria has ruled vexatiouely, but,: according to the writer, she has ruled iniqiuitously and that she has ho ■ right to be there at all. " Disestablishment in Scotland,". A reply to Principal Bainy, by Principal Tulloch. In the March number of the con...

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POLICE COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY JULY 14, 1882. (Before G. F. Wyatt, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

POLICE COURT—MOONTA. Feeday J toy 14, 1882. (Before G-. IT. Wyatt, Esq., J .P.) Patrick John Eain was charged with unlaw fully killing one cow with intent to steal the carcase thereof, the property of Mr John Be id (Mr Beare for defendant.) John Price, labourer, of Green's Plains—I recollect the first of May last- I took possession of some catttle for you. {John Reid), I took them to Green's Plains. I have seen the|cattle lately. I last saw a roan cow wifh broken bom. This was one of the mob I brought from the north on Friday last. 1 saw the hide produced it was one of the cattle I brought from the north. I first saw that hide after it was taken from the beast at Mr Kaiu'i—one bad'been recently slaughtered. ^Cross-Examined by Mr Beare.] The hide produced was frooa & beast I brought froui the north, from Oondera. I took the mob to Mr Eeid'f. I saw them after for I looked after them. I last saw the cow of which the hide is the skin, last Friday in Mr Fowler's paddock. X recogm...

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ARABI BEY REFUSES TO SURRENDER THE ALEXANDRIAN FORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

ABABI BEY REFUSES TO 8UB BENDER THE AlMXANVUW* PORTS. ^ Arab! Bey hfu definitely refased $ci; snr- ■ render the Alexandrian fort* without previously makiog ternswith Admiral I Seymour, . ]

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, July 13, 5.20a.m. Received, 8 p.m. APPEAL FOR CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

LATEST i ■ EUROPEAN 18CH&82LM8, London, July 13,5.^ ^in: ! Received, 8 p.m. ' . APPEAL FOR CESSATION OF * : aosTmMEs. :°^ 5 ^ The * appeal which waa made ; by the EgyptiUns *to the British '• Admiral for »<: cessation of hostilities has proved frait less. ; "

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

CORONERS 1HQXTEST. At the Reading Room, Wallaroo Mines on Wednesday, July 12, Mr John Gaskell, JiP., and a jury of 13, of which Mr A F.lTaylor was chosen foreman, held an inquestjfor the purpose of inquir ing into thfe circumstances attending the death "of J6sial> Proiut, hainer,-who was killed that morning through falling down Taylor's shaft at the Wallaroo Mines, a depth of 140 fathoms. Captain Datson watched the proceed ings on behalf -of the mine proprietors. ! After the jury had been duly sworn i the body waB viewed, and the following' | evidence was taken *.— William Richard Addicoat—Knew de ceased, Joeiah Prout. Last saw him alive j this morning at 7 o'clock. He was trying J to get into the " gig" before it was stopped, j The gig caught the heel o£ his boot and caused him to tip over. Saw deceased fall into the shaft. There was no larking or skufiling at tbe month of the shaft. By Capt, Datson—Deceased attempted to get into the gig before the signal bell was rung for it to...

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, July 12,1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

WAI.LA.ROO CORPORATION. Wedkesd^T, July 12, 1882. 1 Present—His Worship the Major (Mr Sewa J.P.,) Crs Phillips, Chatfield,-Bird, WalJcIey, and the Town-CleA. ' " Miuutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Apoiogies. Apologies wore' received from Crs Sath, Trje and Masters. ^ — MATOE'^RsPOBT. The Major stated tha^ai deputation consist ing of a few residents of the town had waited npon him since last meeting, asking that the road leading along the south of the 1 park lands might not be closed as it would be very inconvenient to some of the ratepayers who had land} at the east of the-Moonta line, "who would hate to go lurther found than;ti«nal if the said road was closed. But he stated that after pointing out to them that it would be a great deal nearer for1them to go the other way by the Moonta lino, they tested the distance and he found if was half as mile shorter. But be would suggest that a couple of men be sent to spread some heaps of dirt and repair the road on the ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

PUBLIC MEfciliNG AT WALLAROO. A public meeting called for the purpose o! considering several matters of im portance in connection with the district was held in the Institute Hall, Wallaroo, on Friday evening, July 14. The Major, Mr Bews, was voted to the chair, and there was a fair attendance. Mf Thos. Davies, J.P., proposed the first resolution, " That in the opinion of this meeting the present division of the electoral district is very unsatisfactory, and would suggest that the hundreds of | Wiltunga, Wokurna and Tickera be included in the District of Wallaroo." The mover cited some of the difficulties that had already been experienced by persons living in Tickera, being included as the electoral district of Stanley. At the last -Legislative Council elections they were unable to vote, as the nearest polling place was Snowtown—over thirty miles away. The interests of the people in those hundreds were identical with tbose of Wallaroo. They should be in cluded so as to place the uivi...

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THE COUNTRY ALONG THE GREANT NORTHERN LINE. A FARMER'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 July 1882

THE COUNTRY ALONG THE GHEtEATJ f NOBTHERN LINE. 1 A- PABMERS imt.-.... . >.. -v -, < I Aboiit Farlxialhe cftantry1 is'leVel. Ttfet& f is a range in sight to South West, a long way 1 off. There is do grass or email vegitation— ' nofchingSttt ^tljnsh-^nd that very dry and or tiro gam .tnei a^e in a dying et^, JSxoept those there is: ?!□b' timber to be se^n; ' The conntiy oh towards "Sedhillris towel foip^ie distance, then we get into low bills «on e|i6^Bide—-no grasenot trees, only half dead SMtlfettsh. To Leigh's creek the conhtry il}i|i& .mth small hills and flats tetween ajfoe:^creek runs along the west side with a few small trees in it—a low range on each side about 8 or 10 miles away—no erass or scrub—the conntir very poor, to Baltana. For a bit the country is plain, but we qotns |into-f®ry ^jrofeea -jmd hilly country, steep, "rooty, sugar loaf mile. We passed two «reel»- with~«maJl—gum-4,reea_in.—, them. (There is a little timber, nearly all the ■va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

THIS IHOROUGHBREAD BLOOD: HORSE "l j Will Traveler .the Season throngb till following Districts—namely, Ardrossan, Carramulka, Port Vincent, Tork^town. Minlatou, Mount Eat, and Maitland. con£ mencing on the 20th day of August, anfl ending on the 1st -day >of. November, continuing these ; rounds every nintl d8y" . ■— PJS DIQ-EE E. -r\£i w. \ SIE JAMES' is a beautiful? ©Ififek, stands 16 bands high, bred by Mjr Gerrard. . Sire—Treageafcle ; imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fsherman, imgpjtejd^out of Jennie imported. J jr SIR JAMES is Guaranteed a snre^ITo getter ^ i if ;£\ . TERMS: Single Mare, £3; Twp Mares £5 10s; Grooroage, 3s., /payable January 31, 1883. P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, Port Wafeefield. SIR JAMES rflhis tboronghhred blood horse will serve ■ ■- mares the following season at the Homestead, near Port Wakefield, from the 2nd November to the 2nd December. Oil account of being so late in the season all mares will be insured. \ Pedigree—Sift JAMES is a beautiful black, stands 16 bu...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

VBBSELS EXPECTED. . PaV W*n, trom London via Port Adelaide. Hoonta. chip, from Nawowtle. JPrimklin, S.»., I'rnm Port Augusta. : Flindora, from Port Adsliade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

WALLAROO INSTITUTE. rriHE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET JL ING of the SUBSCRIBERS to the above Institute will be held this (Wedit&9ay) evening, July 19,1882, at eight o'clock sharp. Bcbotess To eieot officers and Members of Committee. H, J. HOOD, Hon. Sec. GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given, That the ANNUAL MEETING of RATE PAYERS will be held at the Railway Hotel, PASKEVILLE, on MONDAY, 24th July, 1882, at seven o'clock in the evening, By order JAMES WILLSHIBE, Clerk. KDLPABA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TENDERS wiil be received by the above Council up till 3 p.m., -on TUESDAY, July 25, for the following works No 1.—Clearing and Grubbing road along the East sides of Section 109B and 111 Hun dred of Kulpara. By Order JAMES WELLS HIRE, Clerk. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHEBS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a CHURCH of ENGLAND, at , SNOWTOWN. Plans and specifications may be seen by applying to the Secretary. Tenders to be in the Secretary's hands by August 5,1882. Neither t...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Jtiiy 15—Wind, S.W.. light, -fine, Bar. 3020. Ba«d»y, July " 16—Wind N.W., liVht, fine Bar. 30*40. . Monday. July 17—Wind. N.W., .light, fine * Bar. 30 45. Tue»day, Jnly 18—Wind. K.W., light, 'toe, Bar. 30-58.

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A BLACKFELLOW'S VIEW OF A WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

A BLACKFELLOW'3 VIEW OF A WATER SUPPLY Massa. Whitefellow Pafee,—Me want to yabber long a you, long a waterhole, long a Ninnes scrub, First time massa paper you yourie that one budgery white fellow long a Radios, what name you call bim (Land Com missioner), that one yabber; me catchem big one waterhole, all about thia one country. Massa, that one white fellow send him noth9r one whitefellow long a Adelaide, first time him put bim picamnny waterhole long a Ninnes Plain, then him put him picaninny waterhole long a Thomas' Plain, and find him mungerry (very good) clay two fellow places, big one good place oatchem water, mungerry place. Now nother one whitefellow write him letter long a paper—what name you call bim " Fair Play," big one fool that one fellow. What for him yabber like a that; him say me ho want him long a Ninnes, me no want him long a Thomas, bnt me want him long a my wurley. Me think that one whitefellow all * same as Emu when wild dog chase him—him, Btick him head long ...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timei Offtce, Wallaroo! Julv 19. 1882. We quote wheat •; Wallaroo—Wheat, 5b 9d. K*dma—Wheat, 5s 8^d. MoonlR—Wfat-ar, 5?-8d. Snowtown—Wh^at, 5s 6d Bsrnnga Gap—W heft I. 5s 6Jd. s Green's Plains East—Wheat, 5s 7&d. • l; Green's Plains West—Wheat, 5s 8d - The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is 91 to Is lOd per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is lOd to Is lid per bushel per ton, Register Office, July 17, 1882. • The wheat market is very firm, •with no disposition on the part of holders to quit, and wheat is not to be obtained at 6s 3d per bush el- Flour—Leading brands £l4 per ton ; ordinary £ 3 do. Bran Is llrt ; pollard Is lid ; oafs 4s to 4~ 3i ; barley 4s 3d to 4s 6d,

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

ADELAIDE TELE6KRAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. i The Soatfa Australian passengers from England per Orient steamer " Potosi*' left Melbourne to* day in the Claud Hamilton. The " Ravenna" arrived at Albany at 8.15 this morning, and sailed for Glenelg at 11. Owing to recent robberies it is proposed to open the Banks one hour in the even ing on Saturday's to receive deposits only. A gentleman who has recently been travelling through the north reports that the crops in Bendleby and adjacent hun dreds are nearly a foot high, and looking remarkably well. At a meeting of the Town and Country Bank to-day the Directors were authorised to issue the unallotted shares at their dis | oretion, at a premium. The Land Bill has passed the second reading and has been taken into Com mittee this afternoon, after a speech from Mr Furner and a short reply from the Commissioner of Crown Lands, who pro mised certain amendments,generally in tbe direction of further concessions. The bill will be further considered in C...

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ELDER, SMITH, & Co's ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. JULY 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

ELDER, SMITH, & Co'e ADELAIDE PBODDCE EEfOR-T. , July 13,1882. I The demand for station and butchers' pro duce continues fairly active- There is vepj little inquiry for breadstuffs, and tlie amount of business done during the past week in flour and wheat has been very limited - Wool.—We submitted a catalogue of abojit 100 bales greasy wool at our sale on Tuesday. Greasy pieces fetched "from 4jd to 5fd per lb, and souie rather heavy merino 7d to 7£d Competition amongst the fellmongers was wel: maintained, and considering the quality of the wool the prices obtained may be regarded a>*' satisfactory. Sheepskins.—Prices remain a:, about the ea'me leyel as tbev ruled a fortnight ago. Dry country ekins are worth from 4s to 4» 6d i( well wooled and in good con dition ; seconds ore worth from 3s to 3s 91 ; while inferior and short wooled skins sell at 2fcd to 3£d. We sold dry merino skins on Tuefrdny at equal to *3A per lb. and crossbred*, at 8s 6d each. Green butcbdra' skins var...

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London July 17. Received 18th 12.20 a.m. MR BRIGHT EXPLAINS HIS REASON FOR RESIGNING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

latest news. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London «TaIf 17. Received 18th 12.20 a.m. MR BRIGHT EXPLAINS HIS REA SON FOR RESIGNING. In ttae House of Commons tfae Right Hod. John Bright in referring to his re signation as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, said that the action of the British Government in ordering Ad miral Sir Beaucamp Seymour to bom bard Alexandria, was a violation of intern nation^ and moral laws, and consequent ]y he could not be a party to such a course. In all other respects Mr Bright refrained from attacking the Government.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WA1LAKOO TIMES* is printed in a new and enlarged form,, The terms in future will he as fol lows Per quarter in advance (postage ;in eluded) <3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) 4s, Single Copy—T"WOPEN CE. Subscriptions will only be considered i* advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jas. 4,18S2.

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MONDAY, July 10, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882

Monday, July 10,1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Bsq., S.M.) Thomas McFarline ires fined 10s,' and and 5s costs, for disturbing the peace and good order of the Prince of Wales Hotel. Uthisatiok of SeaWeed.—M. Alexan dre Saint Itcb is reported to. hare succeeded after numerous experiments, in extracting from sea weed a composition like that of starch and sugar, whioli is "veil adapted for the economical manufacture of certain articles of commerce, sueh as imitation leather and transparent substances.: The hem. weed, pre* Tiooflly washed in pure water, or impregna ted with a little lime, or potash, is dried, and then pounded, or ground, according to its variety, sad introducedinto a conical boiler A soluable substance, is extracted by a bath Of hot water orj 8team,ffhen ^therjssidue, on'

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