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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
TLMK SIGNAL. Hmrbonr Office, WMgsso. ■ Time signal on the Government B*|pta||#,t the Harbour-Master's residence (wliite *nd red) will be hoisted to |^lprop^ Mfad ererj Sundar morning at fiyfe roinlitee to eigbt o'clock, Adelaide mean timi&iandoxi «he instant of eigbt o'clock, the flag wili drop corresponding to G-reenwioli mean time lOli 45m 38 7*. After the time signal has been made the Vttion Jack will be hoisted. J.CABSON Obicrrer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
Shipping. FROM wallaroo. T~~15k BPBZTOBS.'S1 GULF STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable.:— f FLINDERS, FOR POST AUGUSTA-} j £ at 7 a.m. " ° r EMU, FOE POET PIRIE— j [tonasDAY, (.at 7 o'clock a.m, ! o f LUBEA, PORT LESCLON-! ThubsdAY or Fbtday, V. at 4 o'clook p.m. f FLINDERS, WEDKSBD AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—«j EEANKLIN, , Saiubbai, ^ at 5 o'clook. p.m. FOE f LUBEA, FRANKLIN -j Aiotbkate Thtjbsdas'b j HAEBOE (_ At 2 p.m. o—■— Passage money, MUST be paid before em barkation. Kb orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours «f vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed ont at time of discbarge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Cornp»j>»' form of Si! I of Lading- , Hie Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, . Wallaro&lt;* Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHED W. H. O...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
—g— fl&Tr.ien. Saturday. July 15—Pranktia, 8.B., 393 toss, Crocker, vaster* for Port Adelaide. ' Saturday-Imbra, a.B., 224 to&B, CampbeU.aaster for Port Adelaide ■ ■ 8utiday, Jnly 10—Flinders, s.s, ?75 tone, Asdersoo, (raster, tar Port Augusta.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
SHIPPING Nllf S. ABKIVED. Satard&y. July 15—Franklin, g.s., 393 tonE, Crocker, muter, from PoctAugnsta. - Satariijf, July 15—X>ubr&, 224 tone, Jzatt,' tUBter. from Franklin Utrbar. ; 8and»y, July 16—Flinders.' s.fc., 876 tons,. AKderaes. master, frem P*rt Adelaide.
CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL The first meeting of the new Council for Clinton was held on Saturday, July 15, tt the close of the ratepayers meeting, rhere were present Crs P*terson,Sawyers, Cain, Walker and the Clerk, Mr Willshire. Cr Paterson was unanimously elected chairman. An apology was tendered for the un avoidable absence otCr Barton. A lftteir was tead from the Commii s5«ner of' CroWn lAods acknowledging receipt' of" memorial's from Council re desirability of 'proclaiming new hundreds as District Councils, when the population had reached, a^e^e'ribed .limit,; 'but stat jng that it was notf^e mtention o! the Government ta -introduce such a measure this session, r - An account for 14s for W. Boyle was passed for payment,- and the tender of Messrs Horwood was accepted for the eap'ply of eix notice boards. There was some other* routine business, And jit was resolved to call- tenders for the position of clerk and overseer of works. Tenders to bp considered at next meet* ing. - The Co...
PORT AUGUSTA. July 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
PORT AUGUSTA. (From our own correspondent.) 1 July 15, 1882. Our Port has been rather quiet of later but we are looking forward to busier times wben the wool season comes on, wbicb wili be in a month or six weeks time. The Race Committee Have been very active during the last week or two in having the course prepared, collecting subscriptions, and otherwise endeavouring to make the meeting of July 31st and August 1st as great a success as possible, n&lt;id I believe that success will crown their efforts. As the weather at tliis time of the year is glorious, we may j expect a big meeting. A. rifle match between an Orroroo team and our local riflemen was fired od the range of the latter on Monday last, which resulted in a victory for the home team by 20 points, the scores being Poii Augusta 549, Orroroo 539. The con ditions were 10 men a side, distance 200, 300 and 500 yards, seven shots aod 1 sighter at each range so that it will be seen the shooting waB not up to the mark. Th...
POLICE COURT—POST WAKEFIELD. FRIDAY, July 14, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and E. C. Haden, and G. J. Hubble, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
POLICE COURT—POST WAKEFIELD. Feed ay. July 14,1882. I (Before J. B. Sheplierdson, Esq., S.M., fcnfl' E. C. Haden, and Q. J. Hubble, J.J.P.) Crow»—Lands Sanger v. Brooks—Depas turing 40 head great cattle on Kulpara travel* linjr stock reserve. Pined 2s per bead and costs, in all £4 lis. Same v. May field,—Depasturing 140 sheep on surne reserve. Fined £2 and costs, in all £2 lis. Same v. P. Daniel—Depasturing four head grest cattle on same reserre. Fined 8s and costs, in all 19s. Same v. Carpenter—Depasturing 3 horses on same reserve. Fined 6s and costs, in all 17s. Same v. P- Daniel—Depasturing 2 horses \ on same reserre. Fined 4a and costs, in all 15s. Same v. Merritt—Depasturing 100 held of great cattle on same reserre. Fined £10 without costs. Police v. McFadden—Indecent language. Defendant was fined 20s and costs, in all £2 5s. .J :j; Baxter v. Snadden—Damaging Fishing Net. Information dismissed.
RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT CLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
The annual meeting of. ratepayers was held in the Clinton Conncil Chamber, en Saturday, July 15, and if any guarantee were necessary of the general satisfaction felt with the action of the Council in "the past, it -was prayed in the meagre at tendance. Me Michael Leonasd was voted to the chair, and expressed a hape that those present would express themselves freely on any question that concerned the dis trict. - Councillor Patterson slid he thought it was well wben they had a meeting of ratepayers, although it was a amali .one, to have a thorough understanding on any matters that, were under dispute. The first thing that he thought should. be settled was the water question. As a ratepayer he felt it would be better, if there was any chance of success,-to spend the whole of two or. three years rates in discovering a good well, even if they did nothing to their roads. He, however, had no desire to go against the wish of the majority of the ratepayers in'.the matter. It would be a gran...
A PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
A PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY. J fio THE EDITOR OF THE WAULABOO TIMES.) . Sib,—I emcerelyhope that the question of a permanent water supply, mooted at the public meeting on Friday evening last,! will be heartily taken up by the "whole of j this district,- and so placed before the Government as to compel: theat to acknowledge its importance. That the scheme, which wedeBite to seeearried pot, and which undQubtedly 'nmtfiv eventually be undertake^, is one jFoij a" permanent csnpply in cootradistinctibn * to* chat proridedby dani8,~weil8 &c., iswhat persistently press;; apod ■.. ■ There ate too special.;, reasaoB^which jshould make us consider jthe^or«p|;^water by datns, &c., as only k makesbiK^ln reference to this district, riz*r-jthe plusertainty of the supply, and the necesMurSJy comparative impurity of ifche^terjg$%tored. That the firer reason is nS%l«tit/One is abundantly, proved by tjignunroer of empty tanks, dams, &c ,in the neighbourhood, and by the experience...
KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, July 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
KADINA CORPORATION". Monday, Juiy 17, 1882, Present—The Mayor (Mr John J. Christ mas), Ore Mitchell, Johnston, Nobes, Bleak ley, Brown, Barnett, Hosewarne, Blackney, and the Town Cierk. Minutes read and confirmed Maxoe'a Repoet. TheMiTOE said that since the last meeting of the Council a public meeting bad been held at Wallaroo which he had attended, relative to the Electoral Districts' Bill at present be fore. Parliamant. He referred to the unwise division of thp Wallaroo District, and urged the necessity of even a stronger protest than that offered at W allaroo being made against the Bill. CoBBESPONDENCE. From the Board of Management of the Adelaide Hospital asking for a donation. The letter was receired. Public Wobks Bepobt. The Public Works Committee re ported that the daymen had been employed since the last meeting in forming and repairing footpaths in Graves and Wearing Streets, and in Kerbing and forming w&tert&ble iu Francis Terrace. They further reported that...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
mst tBKaUatoe mm. WALLA.EOO. WEDNESDAY. JULY 19. 1882. It will be observed that: the KladiDH Corporation following up the actioA taken by the meeting held*, at Wallaroo &lt;&lt;n Friday evening, has decided , to memor ialize the Upper House relative to the Alterations sought for in the Electoral Bill. _______ The Attorney-General so far has gained a victory over his legal opponents, Mess** Symoo and Kingston; in the Evidence on Oaths' Bill, which has been suecessful/y carried into Committee. Mr Symoo, however, is aiming at a matter, which, if earned, will, mark a new departure in legal proceedure; to-day he asks leave to introduce a Bill for doing away with, the administration of the oatii in evidence. Br onr last eight's telo^ratns it will be eeeo Mr Oatt has succeeded in'getting the second reading of the, Land Bill carried. Now, doubtless, there will be a straggle in committee, where more than ever members will have ail opportunity of displayiiig'the diversify olT ...
LOCAL COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD. FRIDAY JULY 14, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., E. C. Haden, Esq. J.P., and G. J. Hubble, Esq. J.P.) FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
LOCAL COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD. Friday J tot 14. 1882. (Before J. B. Sbepherdson, Esq., S.M*, E- C Haden, Esq. J.i*., and Q- &lt;T. Hubble, Keq. J.P.) Fuxl JUSI8DICTI0N. Tudob v OBkeen—C'aim for £20 10s, Defendant had paid into Court £2 3s which he admitted. Plaintiff did not appear. Struck out, with costs, 7s. Limited Jurisdiction". Poet Wakefield Dist. Council v YomsGt —Claim for £3 15s for rates. Defendant swore that the sections had been sold and the purchaser was in possession before the rate of 1881 was declared. Verdict for defendant, with costs. Styles v B artels—U.J.S. Defendant did not appear. Fined £10 for non-apppearance, fine to go towards the liquidation of the debt, ot in default 14 days' imprisonment. Dixon v Spells, Senr.—U.J.S. Adjourned for a month.
LOCAL—COURT BALAKLAVA. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson Esq., S.M. and Messrs C. Heard and B. Wood, J.J.P.) FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 July 1882
LOCAL—COURT BALAKLAVA. Thttrsda-Y, Jtrar 13, 1882. (Before J. B. Sheplierdson Esq., S.M. and Messrs C. Heard and B. Wood, J.J.P.) Futi. Jurisdiction. Cameeon and Wife v. T. Dalton — Claim £8318s 6d for goods sold and delivered, work and labor done, and 2 horses taken by the defendant from the plaintiff. Mr H. E. Downer for the plaintiff, and Mr T. R. Bright- for the defendant. Several witnesses were examined and cross examined, the esse lasting the whole of the day. A good deal of interest eeetned to be attached to the esse as the Court was crowded all the time. At the conclusion of the evidence both counsels addressed the Bench on behalf of their clients, th« Magis trates retired for about 5 minutes and returned with a verdict for plaintiff, for £50 and costs.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 July 1882
MISCELLANEOUS. Superb Cake.—Use the whites of one &lt;fozen eggs, tbe yolk a of only six, a pound of sugar, » pound of butter, half a pound of flour, and a half pound of meal. For seasoning, nse the juice of two large lemom^^pd a wiueglassful of French branf^^Cream the sugar and butter together," and then mis with the yolke well beaten. Then add alternately a portion of tbe whites, whipped stiflF, and the sifted flour until it is all in. The meal, of course, goes in with the flour. Let it be baked carefully in a well regulated oven. This can also be babtd on thin tin plates, and piled up, when done, with jelly or preserves between each layer. Owned to his Becord.—The editor was sitting in his revolving cane-bottomed chair when Tornado Tom, the travelling terror of Texas, came in and demanded retraction of tbe statement that he had swindled an orphan out of 4dol. * It's a lie clear through,1 said the Terror, strik ing the table with bis fist. * I'm as good a man as smells the...
THE KADINA STREETS. THE EDITOR OE THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 July 1882
THE KADINA 8TKEETS. THE BDITOB OE THE WJXLAEOO TIMES.) . Sib,—Strangers visiting Kadina are doubtless, much impressed with the ap pearance of our main streets, and before leaving become convinced that our Town Councillors are firm believers in the prin ciples of Macadam; and certainly as far as our main thoroughfares are concerned they are models of the Macadamising art. But if by chance they should stray into the back streets they find theie are two sides to the picture ; especially after rain, the contrast is the more perceptible, for in a few yards they step from streets formed and iaid out on the most approved plans into sloughs of mud and slush, through which had Bunyan's Pilgrim been compelled to pass on his roud to bliss, be world eertaidly have anathematised it, and lost bis chance of ever attaining the object-of his hopes. Now, I am desirous of drawing the attention of our worthy Mayor and his Councillors to the state of the.road at-the back of the lladiua Hotel, in the wet...
POLICE COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, July 21, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherd[?]on Esq., S.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 July 1882
- POIilCE 4DODRT—MOONTA. . J?mJU&Jiib,~2lJ--l882,. _ (Before J. B. Sliepherdaon Esq.. S.M..) Crown Landf- Sanger v. Veale—Depatur ing liow Crown Lands Bald Hills. Fined 2s and Costs in all 12?.*f Same, «. Johnson Virran—Depasturing 8 headgreat cattle on flame rcserre. pitied 16s - and -costs, in/all £i 6a. Same v. Jas. Depasturing 2 head of cattleOn eome reserve. Fined 4j and costs in all 14s. 'Robert Sayloclc was charged with anl&w fully obstructing John Fiveash " an officer of the Corporation"..^ the execution of his duty on the 10th day of Jnly. ~ Mr Janes for the defendant. John Fiveash—Am an officer of the Corpor ation. On-the 10,.flay of July last I was engaged in turning wafr fronrtha "water table to Cor poration tiani.- I left for a shoit time and returned almost initbediatbly. Mr Haylock stood by the drain I made for water to run into the tank.-- He-said ''-what business have jou too cut off my water." I said I did not know that I had cut it off. He said "wh...
KNEE-BREECHES. (FROM THE NWW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 July 1882
KNEE-BBEECHES; (FROM THE KiW TOBK TIMES.) Men have been ®o fond of giving women advice as to the clothes tbey should wear, that do fault should be found- with' the coaragfeous woman who has lately under taken to convince men that they ought to . wear knee-breeches. Iiifee the male critic of feminine dress, Miss Field professes to be animated solely by the noblest of motives. Sbe does, indeed, admit that she regards knee-breeches as a more truly msthetic garment than trousers, but she bases her plea for the former on the ground that the physical development of man is hindered by trousers. With his legs encosed in the latter, he knows that his calves are secure from observation. Whether they are large and shapely, or whether they are modelled after the pattern of the billiard—cue, no one can tell so long as trousers cover them. Henee, men are careless as to their calves; they take no paios^ whatever to develope them, and the race is steadily and surely becom ing more and &lt;n...
A HORRIBLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 July 1882
A HORRIBLE INCIDENT. : A truly horrible incident is reported in the Viennese papers its baring taken place a few days ago in the great paper-mill of Measers Gellerth & Fuerih at Pilsan. It baring been reported to the manager of that establishment that the great steam boiler was fool and the furnaces required cleaning, be caused the fires to be extin guished, and employed a gang of work men to execute the necessary cleaning operations. * One of the laborers, a powerful young fellow of nineteen, named Anthony Kaczander, alter working hard at bis share of the job for several consecutive hours, lay down in the huge air-pipe, running under the main furnace, intending to snatch a few minute's rest. He must hare fallen into'a deep sleep; for, wben the masons were instructed to brick up tbeleod of; the pipe later on in the day and carried out their orders, be made no sign. Ah soon as the furnace was pronounced to - be again in working order tbe stokers were instructed to light the f...