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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882
Cbe Wallaroo Cimes. WALLA.EOO. WEDNESDAY JULY 26.1882. W E are pleased to find that the people of, Moohta have moved in the matter of petitioning Parliament relative to tht unsatisfactory division of the Peninsula District, as proposed by the new " Con stitution Amendment Bill" now before the House. A meeting was held at Moonta on Monday evening, when the following resolution was proposed by Captain Han cock and carried unanimously : -" That this -meeting considers that the mining interest should be represented in the Hoase of Assembly by at least four mem bers, and that the town of Kadma with the adjacent Hundreds should formonr district, and the town of Moor»ta with the adjacent Hundred should form another.! each returning two membera." It is patent to all who have considered the subject at all that a more unsatisfactory division of the Peninsula, cojuld..not have been well proposed. As was pointed out by Captain Hancock, the mining interest has been woefully ignored. But this i? ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLABOO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) .. 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times! Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
RATEPAYERS MEETING AT GREEN'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882
RATEPAYERS MEETING AT GREEN'S PLAINS A meeting of Ratepayers was held in the large room of the Paekerville Hotel, imme diately at the close of the council business, Mr Belling was duly voted to ihe chair. There was a poor attendance, no doubt caused by the boisterous and inclement state of the weather. The Chairman having stated the object of the meeting, suggested that it be adjourned, as there were several matters of importanceto be laid be- fore the ratepayers. Mb Wielshibe proposed that the meeting be adjourned till that day week at 6 o'clock. Me Wtatt seconded. Mb John Reid moyed as an amendment that tlie meeting etaud adjourned for a quarter of an hour. Me .Rodda seconded. On the amendment being put there were six for and six against it, and the Chairman gave his casting vote in favor of the proposition. The usual votes of thanks having been passed the meeting was adjourned until that day week, at six o'clock.
GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, July 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 July 1882
GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL Monday, July 24, 1882. Present—Crs T- Dayman, W. L. Belling, Peter Allen, and Arthur Allan, and the Clerk. Cb Dayman proposed that Cr Belling be appointed Chairman for the ensuing twelve months. He bad filled that office during the past year with great credit not only to himself but. to the Distriot. Cr PtTEE Alien seconded, and in doing so remarked that he had expected another to be present on that evening whom he had in tended to propose to fill that office, not that he would have done so with the view of shew ing any disrespect to Mr Cr Belling, but the gentleman he had intended to propose had been elected at the head of tho pol!, and be had had long experience in Council affairs. However, he would cordially second the pro position. The resolution was put and declared carried, Cr Belling- here took the chair, and re turned thanks for the honor the Councillors had conferred on him for the second time; and stated that he would endeavor to fill the of...
THE ASSASSINATORS OF LORD CAVENDISH AND MR BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
THE ASSASSINATORS OP LORD CAVENDISH AND MB, BURKE. The nun O'Brien, now in Sontb ^America, who, it is said, baa confessed to being one of those who took part in the assassination of Lord Cavendish and Mr Burke, in Phoenix Park, Dublin, asserts that be with others was engaged to perpetrate the horrid deed, and were paid £20 sach. London, Thursday. REJECTION OF THE WAR VOTE IN THE CHAMBER OF;DEPUTIES. The demand of M. de Freyeinet, the premier of France, for a special vote to meet the expense of sending a force to Egypt, in accordance with the decision arrived at by the Senate on Tuesday week, bas been rejected in the Chamber of Deputies by a majority of one.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
IMPORTS. Es Royal Shepherd—for Wallaroo—71 Sednnary 1 Maughau, 8 I/evido. 3 Taylor, 15 Co-Op. Society, 1 Birks, 11 fhomaB. 141 and Limber Baviee & Co., 11 Bichardson, 51 Bath, 12 Burpee, 41 Heath, 1 Coltman, 27 Roach, 12 Parnell & Bowman, 2 Trye. 2 Cropiey, 2 Brigtowe, 5 North and H&rm&n,, 41 May, 44 Smelting Works. For Kadina—2 O'Con nor, 148 ford. 15 T. H. Hall, 6 Borla.ce, 22 Anson. 18 Harris* and Dawe, 20 Cook, 13 Trnscott, 7 Williams, 20 Clark, 3 Barnetc, 6 Brown, 3 Quinton, () Blackney, 6 J. Sail, % Haddy, 6 Horwood ■& Co.', 3 Wallaroo Mines. 1 Kennedy,. . . .
EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
EGYPTIAN ATFAIRS. | ^ Orient Liners donvey TtodpstoEgypt. Fightingatthe Outposts of Alexandria. Arabi respects the Suez Canal. German Marines Pro" j tecting Consulate at Port Said, Recasting of the British Cabinet. Lord Cavendish's Assas sination. Garrisons submitted to the Khedive. Rejection of tbe French War Vote. europea5~telegrams. > London, 26th July. Sr- Received, 28th, 8 p.m. ORIENT LINERS CHAPTERED AS TRANSPORTS. -j The steamers Orient and Lnsitania have been chartered by the British Government for the purpose of conveying troops to Egypt.
IRELAND AN INDEPENDENT NATION. (From Melbourne Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
IRELAND AN INDEPENDENT NATION. ' (From Melbourne Bunch.) " l be Imperial Parliament Das uy an enormous majority decided upon giving Ireland fall and complete independence. Ireland is, therefore, no longer part of the empire, and consequently all Irishmen sre in the positien of foreigners and aliens, not only m Great Britain, but in the colonies and India. No Irishman can now hold an office either honorary or of profit under the Crown, or serve as members of local parliaments or municipal councils till be has taken out letters of naturalisation, and sworn allegiance to the Queen of England. All pensions ceaBe from to-day."—Telegram in morning papers. . The old saying that" it is an ill wind that blows nobody good" has been verified by the receipt of the telegram which we give above. When we least looked for a blessing it has come. For the first time in the history of the colony we have good news from Ireland, and we hasten to con gratnlate in tbe heartiest manner Sir Bryan O'Logblen,...
COLIC IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
COLIC IN HORSES. Colic in horses is the result of 60 many different conditions that it is impossible to treat all in a abort newspaper article, that most, common causes are: Indi gestion,' with or without bloating; ex cessive and irregular contraction of the bowels as the result of a drink of ice-cold water ; washing on of indigested Material Tro.in the stomach as the result of a full drink of cold water immediately after a Toll feed of grain; disturbance of the digestion by moi*y gram or liay,- or ^»y= the presenoe of worms in. the bowels, or blood vessels, Again, a endtlen change of diet or the use of a hard, fibroua, iadi festlble food , may cause colicky pains, f musty, fibrous or. "other hurtful food, is continuously given then colic is likely to continue as a daily or frequent occurrence. The same peieiatence is noticed in caBes due to worms, and when hard, faecnleot, or phosphatic concretions bave formed in stomach or bowels. In most of - these, conditions the faulty diet mus...
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
WEATHER. Wednesday July 26—W ind, S. W..strong,showery« Bar. 30-30. Thursday, July 27—Wind, S.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 30-40. Friday, July ZS—Wind. N.W., light, cloudy, Bar. 3035.
THE AUDIT BILL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882
THE AUDIT BILL. (to the editor of the Wallaeoo times.) i | Sib,—Much has been said and written year : after year aneat the appointment of a Govern ment Official to Audit the accounts of all puplic bodies receiving subsidies for certain expenditure. Having been more or leB« engaged as Clerk for these during the past 16 years, I should like to state that I entirely agree with the proposal, simply because I beleive it will relieve many of us Clerks from some of our (now) arduous duties. But, should a Government Auditor be appointed, I would respectfully submit that each Corpora tion and District Council be supplied with a recognised code of books, so as to ensure a uniformity of account keeping. Recently I noticed a letter in the " Register" signed by Mr Fisher, one of the Mallala Auditors, com plaining of the Balance Sheet forms supplied by the Government not being explicit enough, and that the ordinary balance sheets did not disclose the true state of the affairs of the Councils. If,...