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AN UNFAVOURABLE VIEW OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

AN UNFAVOURABLE VIEW OF AUSTRALIA. " Anglo-Australian" in tbe " European Mail" gives some extracts from an article written bj a person who bad been travel' ling in tbe Indian tea interest, from which we qnote the following:— Commenting upon some of the customers who haunt these "-pubs," he says :—" Coming along during the night we halted at a wayside inn. The raiiway works are near at hand, and there bad been a orgie during tbe night Men were lying huddled together like pigs in the SI thy verandah, some in the open air, and as our coachman blew his bugle and wakened up tbe mob of drowsy soddened beasts, the oaths and curses, and bestial obscene expressions and actions would have shamed the demons, ia the herd of swine. Indeed, there is demoniac possession even nowa days. I do not think the light of day should be let on the doings of some of these bush shanties. There are generally a few hangers-on, wild and dilapidated loafers, who have lost every vestige of self-respect, whose only...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

EXPOKTS. Per Franklin, 241 tons copper ore.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A THRILLING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

A THBILLING INCIDENT. A " Thrilling Incident" recently took place in the Driving Park at Scranton United States. It was -tbe fourth day of the spring races, and a crowd of about 5,000 persons was present. In scoring for one of the beats the horses came up to the wire at a desperate rate of speed, and Neile, a high spirited mare, broke into " a dead run." Her ruu, indeed, was so dead that it nearly brought death to her driver,'for her bridle-bit snapped in two, atid she shot ahead of tire rest in a wild gallop. The driver, Barney OesmoreBt, however, preserved his presence of mind in this moment of extreme peril. Leaping from the seat of the " sulky" to the mare's back, he crawled up Jto her • shoulder. Then, stooping forwards, he Caught her by tbe neck and shoulders, and brought her to a sodden standstill just as she was about to take a flying leap over a steep embank ment. Thundering cheers greeted this act of courage, and Barney Desmorest was the hero of the hour. Veteran horse men...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

VB3SEM EXPECTED. The "Maritana" ia daily expected at Wal laroo, to load breadstuff on account Messrs Djffield A Co. Pak Was, from London via Port Adelaide. Moonta, ahip, from Newcastle. Kalahomo, from Nerrcaetle. Franklin, i.e., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, *.b., from Port Augasta.

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JUVENILE CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

JUVENILE CRIMINALS. The following account of youthful criminals, taken from an English paper, puts the worst type of Australian larri kinisdk in the shade:—The other day a little boy of twelve pleaded guilty, at the Middlesex Sessions, to a charge of having set fire to an industrial school, of which be was an inmate. When taken into custody he bad admitted the act of in cendiarism, which he said he bad com mitted in consequence of the master having given him dry bread for tea on the previous Sunday evening. He was sen tenced to be imprisoned for three weeks; and then to be detained in a reformatory for five years ; and at least—or at the most—it may be hoped that he will not set the reformatory in a blaze between now and his seventeenth birthday. This urchin of twelve, however, is quite a patriarch in comparison with Alfred Burdett, des cribed as " a big rough boy" who has already graduated, cot in arson, but in homicide at Leicester. The age of the •* big rough boy," of whom it is ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Jniy 22—Wind, variable, light, floe Bar. 30 20. Sunday, Jaly 23—Wind H.W., fresh, fine Bar. 30 00. Monday. Jn-y 24—Wind. WeBt, strog gale, rain. Bar. 29 90. Tuesday, July 26—Wind. West, etrong gale, Bar. 29-88.

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THE ESTIMATES [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

THE ESTIMATES The Estimates were laid on the tabie of the Houee of Assembly to-day, and the principal itemB are as follows:—Unex pended balances to be re-voted, £107,503; new votes, £1.543,376—total £1,650,880, against £1,525,961 voted last year. There is £700 set down as salary of a Parliament tary draftsman. The police vote shows and ' increase of £9000. Under Defences there i is a new line of £4,000 to provide a reserve , of ball cartridge ; £4,734 for permaoenent force, including a Captain at £500 and | Lieutenant and fifty non-con. missioned officers and men. It. is proposed to appoint an Assistant Architect for the Public Works Department. The sum of £5,000 is set down for immigration.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 25,1882. "Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s. EVidina—Wheat, 6s 11 £d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s-lid. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 9d. Earunga Gap—Wheat, 5s 9§d. Green's Plains Eost—Wheat, 5a 10s<3. Green's PlainB West—Wheat, 5s lid The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is lid per bushel per ton. Pollard, la per baehel per ton. Both are rery scarce. 'Register Office, July 24, 1882. The wheat z&ar&et is firm at 6a 6d per bushel at Port Adelaide for shipping parcels, with no disposition on the part of holders to quit. Flour is firm at £14 per ton for leading and £13 for ordinary brands. Bran, 1« lid : pollard, Is lid ; oate, 4s to 4s 3d ; barley. 4s 3d to 4s 6d.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8. p.m, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGliAMS. Tuesday, 8. p.m, A sharp shock of earthquake was felt at 'Hawker this morning at 5 40. The Adelaide Steam Tug Company show a credit balance for the half year cf £4,818; There are reports from all paTts of the colony of boisterous weather, with heavy showers of hail in places: The man who was knocked down a few days ago by a furiously ridden bicycle is still confined to his home from the injuries received. The funeral of the lale Mr C; SS. Hare took place this afternoon, and was largely attended, Midnight. Mr Furner to-day presented petitions from selectors in Stansbury, Kadina, Wallaroo, JSTinnes, Tickera and Curra mulka in favor of concessions in the Land Act, The Chief-Secretary announced that the Government propose to reclaim tbe land at the South of the Government Jetty, Port Augusta, and a portion of tbe land available for wharfage accommoda tion, and for public purposes They propose also a bill dealing with land north of the jetty, allowing present proprie...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

ELDER'S WOOL & PEODUCE COY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. In placing this our first market report before the public, we beg to be allowed to congratulate both growers and buyers of wool upon the rapid growth of the Adelaide mark et, and to assure them that it will be the con stant aim of this company to promote the business in every way. We recognise the fact that we have a duty to perform, sot only to growers, but also to buyers of produce ; and our best efforts will be put forth to cause goods to be sent to market in such condition as will reflect credit both upon growers and dealers, and we will afford buyers every facili ty for the proper inspection of the produce which we submit for sale. Produce of ail kinds has been in active demand this week, and * considerable rise has been established in the price of wheat and flour. Wool.—There will not be much wool offer ing until the new season opens, as most of the skins Bold are not being fellmongered, but dried for shipment. Value...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Tuesday A property was sold in George street to-day at £940 per foot.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

TIMS SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. ] Tine signal on the Government flugstaif at the Harbour-Waster's residence the flag U (white and r«d) wili bo hoisted to the ntast u?*d erery Sunday morning at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on «he instant or eight o'clock, the flag will drop ceiTi•ponding to Greenwich mean time 101» 45m 38 74. After the time signal has been tnade the Uuion Jack will b« hoisted. J. CARSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

Shipping. from wallaroo. fMlHE SPENCER'S JL G-tJLF STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, ■ i ii m ii Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable:— f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA-{ StnroAxMoBirnra £ at 7 a.m. ° EMU, FOR PORT PIRIE— } Thuhbday, 'clock a.m. f E E— j Thu] Cat 7 o'c f LUBRA, PORT LLNCLON-! Thtjbsday or Fbidat, v at 4 o'clock p.m. 0 f FLINDERS, j W JSDITBJBD AT. I at S o'clock, p.m. PORT ADELAIDE.—■{ —o— I FRANKLIN, | SiltBDil, (^at 5 o'clock, p.m. f o FOR f LUBRA, FRANKLIN -I Alternate Tsdesdat'b HARBOR (_ At 2 p.m. o Passage money mubt be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discbarge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. . All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances; OP...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

SAILED. Saturday, Jul; 22—Franklin, e.B.-, - 393- tone, Crocker, muster, for Pert Adelaide. Sunday, July 23—Flinders, e.B, 575 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Augusta.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

SHIPPING N EW'8. ARRIVED. Saturday, July 22—Franklin, 8.8., 393 tone, Crocker, master, from Port Augusta. . Sunday, Jul; 23—Flinders, s.t., 275 tons, Anderson, master, from Pprt Adelaide.,.,.,

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THE WATER SUPPLY FOR ALEXANDRIA: [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

THE WATER SUPPLr FOR ALEXANDRIA: Owing to the damage done by the rebel trooops to the works upon which Alexandria depends for water, the supply has beome rery short, and considerable uneasiness is felt in consequence.

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"INFLEXIBLE" SHELLING THE EGYPTIAN CAVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

"INFLEXIBLE" SHELLING THE EGYPTIAN CAVALRY. The Inflexible has been able to throw shell amongst Arabi's cavalry, numbers of which have been scouring the outskirts of Aboakir.

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, July 19, 1882. (Before J.B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

POLICE COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, July'19, 1882. (Before J.B. Shepherdson,' Esq.. S.M,) Elizabeth Bray was charged, on the information of the Inspector General-of' Schools, with upbraidiDff, iDsnlting, or abusing the School Teacher, Marv Donaldson, in the presence of, or hearing of the pupils assembled, in the Wallaroo Mines School, on the 18th day of April, 1882. ; ; ,v . / Mary Donaldson—I was a teacher at Wallaroo Mines on Tuesday, the l<Btb; April. Saw Defendant on tbat day» at the Wallaroo Mines School, daring school hours. Tbe defendant threatened me, because Mr Willshire refused to allows her daughter fo leave at 11 o'cloct. Mr Willshire is the head mister; -Defendants condnct was such as to disturb the clasfei. The teacher who was assisting me bad great difficalty in getting order after wards. When defendant first came in Bhe asked if ber daughter was in ; and I replied yes. She then said " Why would yon not allow her to go ; " and further would like to knock me )9|...

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ELECTORAL DISTRICTS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

electoral districts bill. A public meeting was held in the Council Chamber, Moonta, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of considering the Electoral District's Bill which ia a per sent before the House of Assembly In the absence of the Mayor, Councillor Beaglebole presided. The Chairman, having explained the object of the meeting, which was well attended, Captain Hancock, J. P., proposed the first resolution, " That this meeting con siders that the mining interest ehoald be represented in the House of Assembly by at least fonr members, and that the tow a of Kadiaa, with the adjacent hundreds, should form one district, and the town of Moonta, with the ad jacent Hundreds, ehould form another, each returning two members." The mover pointed out the disadvantages and very great 1 oss the mining interest will sustain if the New Bill that has been in troduced into the Assembly is carried out, instead of having three members as at present, we would only have two, and as the mining inter...

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LATEST NE3WS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London 24th July, Received 25th 8, p.m. ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND ARABI'S TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882

Latest nisyvs. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London 24th July, Beceived 25th 8, p.m. ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND AEABI'S TEOOPS. There was an engagement to-day between some outposts and a detachment i of Arabi Bey's troops at Hamleh, In which ■ the latter were defeated:

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