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THIS SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

THIS SIGNAL. Eavboup Office, Wallnroo« - i Time signal on tine Government flag^taff-at i the Harbour-Master's residence the flag H" (white and red) will be hoisted to the mast «*a<l every Sunday m or mug at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop corresponding to G-reenwioli mean time lOh 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been f.hfi TTmnn .Tack will be hoisted. J. CARSON Observer.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

Shipping. fbqm WALLAROO. T~°he spehceb's GULF STEAM .ship COY.,LIMITED, 1 Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— f flinders, FOR poet AUGUSTA ^ Sukdatmoekikg (_ at 1 a.m. ° 7~ EMU, foe poet PIEIE— 5 fhtrasdax, cat 7 o'clock a an. ■i : LUBBA, port unclon-i Thobsday or fbiday, at 4 o'clock ° ~FLINDERS, j wbmibbat. ) at 5 o'clock, p.m. port ADELAIDE.—} ^"2?—„ fbanklin, s atttb® AT, - at 6 o'clock. p.m. ——o FOB f LUBEA, . FRiffilKLIN -( Axtbbhatb Thtjbm>a,ts HAEBOR l at 2 p.m. o Passage money mtfst bo paid before em barkation. no orders taken. p^aii claimB for short delivery or damage ¥ must he rendered within 24 hours ef vessel s discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., nnless same is pointed out at time of discbarge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the compaq' form of Bill of Lading . , The Spencer's gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. ff. WAED, Agent, Wallarcc* Conveyances. opib'S mail COACHED. W. h...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

SAILED. "Wednesday, July 26—Flinders, s.«., 276 tonei A nderton. master, for Port Adelaide. Thursday, July 27—Franklin, s.s., 303 tone, i Crocker, master, for Port Augusta. Thursday, July 27—Emu, e.a.. 398 tone, Creer, master, for Ports Gerxnein and Pirie. Friday, July 28—Koyal Shepherd 245 tons, Campbell, master for Franklin Harbor.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Wednesday. July 26—Flinders, 8.8., 275 tons, Anderson, master, from Port Augusta. Thursday. July 27—Franklin, b.b., 393 tone, Crocker, master, from Port Adelaide. Thmrsdaj, July 27—Ems, s.s., 393 tons, Creer, master, from Pert Adelaide. Same day—Maritana, 258 tons. Vidalioli, master from Natal. Friday. July 28—Boyal Shepherd, s.s., 246 tons, Campbell, master, from Port Adelaide, via Lincoln.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

ANTED immediately, s SMART BOY. Apply to E. N. LEVIDO, ■ Wallaroo. WANTED at the KURILLA MINE FIFTY (50) TONS LOGS not lees then 6 inches thick at email end. THOS. ANTHONY & SON, Superintendents. WELSH CHURCH, WALLAROO. THE REV. T. HOPE, of Clayton -Church, Norwood, will preach in the above Church 011 SUNDAY, July 30, Morning and Evening. THOS. EVANS, Sek., Hon. Secretary. VACCINATION DR BERKELEY WESTROPP HUTCH INSON, Government Vaccinator, will Vaccinate at hie residence, Taylor Street, Kadina, every MONDAY, from 3 to 4 p.m.; and SATURDAY, from 10 to 12 in the fore noon. ~~ TO BUILDERS. TENDERS nre hereby invited for the ERECTION of a BRANCH of the BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA in SNOWTOWN. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Bank of South Australia, Kadina ; or at our Office, where also Tenders will be received up tonoon of Monday, 3lst inst. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily scccptcd " CUMMING- & DAVIES, Architects. 12, Currie-street, Adelaide, July 17,18...

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THE STETMP-JUMPING PLOUGH. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

I THE STETMP-JUMPIN Q PLOUGH, j (to the editob op the wai&abqo times) Sib—I noticed a somewhat billious epistle in your issue of July 22, on the above subject, I signed " Mallee Grubber," in which the writer seeks to condemn the stamp-jumper and *at the same time liuds the grubbing machine to the skies. He sajs Mr K. B. Smith is not the inventor. This I need scarcely refer to as the fact of Mr Smith being the inventor of the stump jumper is too well established to receive any injury from a scribbler like " Mallee Grubber," who, like some second rate washer woman, makes an assertion but does not attempt to | prove that it is true, sb he ought, to have done in this case by saying who the inventor was. He brings forward an array of figures to prove the correctness of his statements av>ent the relative capabilities of the plough and grubber, and in conclusion says;—" Now, sir, i these are facts proved by figures which are I acknowledged to be stubborn things." Which j does he...

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KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 25th July, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

KCTLPARA. DISTRICT COUNCIL. Tuesday, 25th July, 1882. i Present—Crs P. Daniel, G. P. Daniel, J. McDonald, G. F. Mills and W. A. Young. Cb Young said as this was the first meeting of the new Council, their first business was the appointment of a Chair man for the current year. He had much pleasure in moving that Gr G, P. Daniel be Chairman. Cb Mills seconded. Cb G. G. Daniel moved as an amend ment that Cr McDonald be appointed Chairman. Cr P. Daniel seconded the Amend ment, Cb McDonald said he would certainly support the appointment of Cr G. P. Daniel. On the amendmennt being pat to the vote it resulted ia the election of Cr G. P. Daniel. The Chairman elected then took bis seat and, having thanked the members of the Council for having placed him in the honorable position of Chairman, called upon the Clerk for the minutes of the previous meeting, which were read and confirmed. COBEESPONDENCB. Circular from Surveyor Generals Office, relative to future proceedings in cases of alteration...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

To be obtained from all Chemists and Storekeepers at Is 6d per bottle; and from Messrs Birks, Wallaroo, and Mr Anson, Kadina ; and wholesale from Messrs W. & J. Storrie & Co., A. M. Bickford & Sons, P. Falk & Co., F. H. Faulding & Co., and Barton and Co., Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

lO TKAVEI. FOE THE SEASON. Silt JAMES THIS THOROUGHBREAD BLOOD HORSE Will Travel for the Season throngh the following Districts,—namely, Ardrossan, Curramulka, Porl Vincent, Yorketown. Minlaton, Mount Hat, and Maitland, com mencing on the 20th day of August, and ending on the 1st day of November, continuing these rounds every ninth daJ' — PEDIGREE.— SIR JAMES is a beautiful Black, stands 16 hands high, bred by Mr Gerrard. Sire—Treageagle imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fsherman, imported, out of Jennie imported. SIR JAMES is Guaranteed a sere Foal getter TERMS: Single Mare, £3; Two Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3d., payable January 31,1883. P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, Port Wakefield. SIB, JAMES nphis thoroughbred blood horse trill serve ■- mares the following season at the Homestead, near Port Wakefield, from the 2nd November to the 2nd December. On account of being bo late in the season all mares will be insured. Pedigree—SIB JAMES ie a beautiful black, stands 16 hnnds high ; bred by Mr Gerrard....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO 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 ia advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A, F. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. ST: MABX'g CHURCH, WALLAROO. EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. MATINS—HYMNS 200.167, and 321. HOLY COMMUNION. EVENSONG—Cantate Domino—(Jackion) HYMNS—201, 226, and 26.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, July 28, 1882. The wheat market continues very firm with good demand, and is quoted at 7e Fort Adelaide for shipping parcels, 6a 6d for farmers parcels. On the Peninsula prices hare also increased and 6s 3d haB been paid at Wallaroo during the week. Bran and pol lard continnes very scarce and one or two large parcels have been sold at advanced rates and stocks are very low. We understand one of our local firms have sold upwards of20,000 bushels of wheat which i« being sent away by train to Ghiwler, One or two large parcels of superior flour have also changed bands on the Peninsula during the week. We hear of one parcel 300 tons of flour sold at equal £14— Wallaroo. We note the arrival of the (brig) Maritana, from Natal, to load on account W. Daffield and Co. We quote as follows — Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. Kadina—Wheat, 6s 2£d. Moon ta—Wheat, 6s 2d. Snowtown—Wheat, 6s. B&runga Gap—Wheat, 6s 0|d. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 6s l£d. Gree...

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, 26th July, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

WALLAROO CORPORATION. Wednesday. 26th Juiv. 1882. Present—Crs Bath, Phillips, Walkley, Masters, Bird, Chatfield, and Trye. In the absence of His Worship the Mayor, Cr Bath was appointed Chair man. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. Apologies. Apologies were accepted for the .absence of His Worship the Mayor and Cr Oli phant. Cr Walkxey stated that in accordance with a resolution passed at the last meet ing, His Worship the Mayor had inter viewed the Resident Engineer with re gard to fencing in that portion of the Wallaroo and Moonta Railway abutting on the Park Lands, and tbat gentleman had promised to submit a plan to the Council, which no doubt would be received in a few days. Cb Walkley also made a verbal report on behalf of the Public Work's Commit tee, stating tbat the fencing on the North Park Lands and the erection of a catching yard was completed and passed. COBBESPONDENCE. From the Crown Lands office with re gard to provision being made for persons c...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

SAILED. Saturday, July 22—Boyal Shepherd, for Port Lincoln. Sunday, July 23—Emu, 393 tons, Creer, master, for Port Adelaide. Thursday, July 27—Franklin, Crocker, master, for Port Augusta.

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MOONTA BAY SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

MOONTA BAY SHIPPING. AKRIVED. Saturday. July 22—Royal Shepherd 346 tone, nornnhfill. ijiq-o"""? *r;m T'ort Adelaide. * Sunday. July 23—Emu, 39a tons, «Jreer. muim from Port Pirie. Monday, July 24—Bronswing, Blanch, master, from Port Adelaide. Same daj—LotUB, (ketch), Brown, master, from Port Adelaide. Thursday, Jnly 27—Franklin, 393 tons, Crocker, master, from Port Adelaide.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGBAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. The suspected small-pox patient is pro gressing satisfactorily towards recovery. - J

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

EXPORTS. Per Koyal Shepherd—276 tons Copper ore for 13 and A Cooper Company, Port Adelaide. Per Franklin—28 Bales Hides, 10 Bales Skins, Crompton, Port Adelaide. 4 Packages for Trew inick aud Bice, Port Augusta, 4 Pkga. Tassie and Co., Port Aagubta. Per Bronzvring—90 tons Copper ore. Per Eoius—27 tonB Copper ore and 62 tons Slime for-E and A Copper Company, Port Adelaide.

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GARRISONS OF ABOUKIR AND DAMIETTA SUBMITTED TO THE KEDHIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

GAERISONS OF ABOUKIlt AND DAMIETf A SUBMITTED TO THE KEDHIVE. The Garrisons of Aboukir and Damietta, which, since the breaking ont of hostilities have been nnder the direction of Arabi Bey, have submitted to the JLhedire.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

IMPORTS. Ex FranWin—for Moonta—2 Abraham, i Admore 9 Beaglohole. 9 Buzza, 15 JL H. Bennett, 2 Dawson. 4 " Advertiser," 18 Emerson, 1 Gait ick, 4 Guest, 6 Haylock, 20 Hague, 3 HaTiia, 12 Jewell, HJameB 10 Kunst and Co.. 27 Lawry Bros , 19 Moore, 9 E. Mai tin, 3 Mitchell & Co , 4 C. W. Martin, IS Pollard & Cowling, Z6 Fenhall, Matthews and_ Co., 7 Phillips, 22 Capiain Paynter, 2 Peters, 7 Bodda, 4 Roberts, 6 Ryan, 6 Stacy, 17 Stephens, 20 Smith, 44 Thomas Bros-, 6 Tonkin' 1 B. Whitford, 3 Warn Bros., 29 Wearne. 15 Whitford and Co., 1 B. Whit ford. 6 Woolcock.

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SERVANTGALISM. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

SEftVANTG-ALISM. (to the smioe ojt the wailaboo times.) Sir,—" Every question hac.ite ludicrous side/' •ays an old adage—bar eulphur, and eerrantgaliem, I beg to add. Foraoom^eta elysium for Mary Jane commend me .to the fair town of Wallaroo; " Punch" must have had us in bis mind's eye 'when penning those inimitable sketches on this momentous sub ject ; hut, me thinks, his beet hit falls short of the following, which occurred here to-day. Scene—within 10 miles of the Post Offise— Dramatu—personee.mistresB, and would—he slaYey. JSlavey, -all smiles and xibbons. Diologue—can you cook ? oh no mam; can you iron P not atarohed clothes ; do jou like ohildreB P no I hate 'em. What time oat do you expect P three nights a week, to Sunday School jgnd ever? Sunday night; what wages would you require ? onlj 9a at first. The lady quietly remarked that the requirements of her household demanded a servant's aid, and that she'was compelled to decline the proffered assistance with thanks. The dramat...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. Some land sold in King William-street to-day realized £132 per foot. The Caledonian Society accorded Mr Archibald Forbes a forma! welcolme at the jWn Hall to-day. The attendance waB limited, but the proceedings were moat enthusiastic. The Government hare telegraphed to EDgland for a war vessel in accordance ihe -recommendations of Sir Win. Jebjois. A meeting of subscribers to the Belair retreat was held to-day. The financial and other reports were highly satisfac tory. Midnight. Dr Wilson, House Surgeon at the Adelaide Hospital, resigns at the end of the month to take a Government appoint ment in the Northern Territory. Archibald Forbes' lecture m the Tewn Hall, to-night, was an immense success. The building was crowded far in excess of the sitting accommodation, num bers bad to be contcot with standing room. Tbe lecture was received with the greatest enthusiasm. The Governor was present. The driver of the mail between Narra coorte and Mount Gambie...

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