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THE LATE MINISTERIAL BANQUET, AND THE STUMP- JUMPING PLOUGH. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

THE LATE MINISTERIAL BANQUET, AND THE STUMP - JUMPING PLOUGH. I (to the EDITOR OP the "WAIjXiABOO times.) Sis—Judging by the letter of ' Mallee Grabber' on the above in a recent issue of jour paper, the writer must have been pained at the report of the banquet. I heartily sym pathize with him, and would add that I am extremely sorry that Mr Scoble's grubber was not better represented. * Mallee Grubber' has tried to show the difference in cost be tween grubbing and mullenizing, but has failed to do so fairly, as he has only taken one aore of land for each. And has certainly under estimated the grubbing which should have been £3—and not very heavy scrub for that—before it is grabber and burnt off ready for the plough. Then he should take six acres of mullenized land at 10s—equal to £3, and a fairer conclusion would be arrived at. 'Mallee Grubber,' again, puts down 5s an acre for cutting bushes; such a thing I have never : heard of although I have been mullenizing : for years. If the g...

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

ISTNNES DAMS. /TO TffE BDITOB OP THE WALLAEOO TIMES.) Sib,—Having seen a paragraph in one of your papers stating tkat the Government dams at Kinnes had „ collapsed ; and also having heard from several people that there was no water to he obtained at the Ninnos tank or dam. But I beg to contradict that statement, as there is more water now, both in the tank and dam, than there vras all last year pat together in both of them. Your informant was quite correct as regards the gronnd caving in, but not in the Government dams ; it was in a drain leading into my own private dam, which bra mthing to do with the Government one. Hoping this will rectify the mistake, and let all people know that there is plenty of water for any one who I should happen to require it. —I am, &c. Oh F. OB.MSBY, Ifinnee' Plains.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY JULY 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

dje Wallaroo Cams. TTALLA.EOO, SATURDAY JULY 29, 1882. The people of the Peninsula are deter mined that the division of this district, as proposed in the Constitution Amend ment Bill now before the House of As sembly, shall not pass without a strong ; roiest being offered. Following the meeting held at Wallaroo on Friday week, protesting against the proposal to include the Hundreds of Tickera, Wiltunga and Wokurna in the district of Stanley, a meeting was held at Moonta, on Monday evening last, condemning lack of repre sentation for (he .mining interests with only two members for Wallaroo. On Wednesday a meetiog was held at Kadina". endorsing tbe resolutions passed at? Moonta, Laat night the Wallaroo Cor- - poration met and; decided to send three gentlemen fromrthe town aB members of a large and representative deputation which will leave the Peninsula on Monday in order to interview the Government before the adjourned debate on the second read ing is resumed. The Advertiser'* for," ...

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LOCAL COURT—MAITLAND. MONDAY, July 27, 1392, (Before Mr E Gower S.M., P. Howard J.P., and W. H. Wilkinson, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 July 1882

LOCAL COURT—MAITLAND, Monday, July 27, 1392, (Before Mr E Gower S.M., P: Howard J.P., and W. H. Wilkinson, J.P.,) F. W. Cottrell applied for an Auction- eers' Licence. Adjourned to next court day. Thomas v. Hick—Amount £3 16s 9d. Order for 16s 9d, to be paid Saturday, 29th July; the balance in two monthly instalments. Thomas v. Giles—Amount £4 14s 10d. Order for 20s down, the balance 10s a week Hogarth v. Birrell—Amount £10. Value of a mare which died through injury erceived whilst borrowed under false pretences. Defendant did not appear. Thomas Hogarah, agent, Ardrossan— On Sunday 14th May, the defendant borrowed my Mare to take out for a drive. I told the defendant that the mare was in poor condition. He said he was not going far. On those conditions let him have the mare. He said he would be careful of her. Went about 4 o'clock but could see nothing of him. He came back some time during the night. Found the mare shivering in the yard the next morning. She appeared to have been ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

TO TKAVEIj foe the season. SIR .T AMES THIS THOSOUGHBREAD BLOOD j HORSE | Will Travel for the Season throngh tlie j following Districts,—namely, Ardros9an, { Curramulka, Port Vincent. Yorketown. Minlaton, Mount Hat, and Maitland, com- ; xaencing on the 20tli day of August, and ending on the 1st day of November, continuing there rounds every ninth ^ ~PEDIGBEE.— | SIR JAMES is a beautiful Black, i stands 16 bands high, bred by Mr j Gerrard. Sir®—Treageagle imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fsherman, imported, out j of Jennie imported. j SIR JAMES is Guaranteed a sure Eoal; getter TEEMS: Single Mare, £3; Two j Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3s., payable January 31, 1883. P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, Port Wakefield, i SIB, JAMES ff^his thoroughbred blood horse will serve ®- 'mares the following: season at the Homestead, near Port Wakefield, from the 2nd November to the 2nd December. On account of being so late iu the season mil mares will be insured. Pedigree—SIR JAMES is a beautiful black, stands 16 hun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

THE SAYINGS BANK OP SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANNUAL INSPECTION OF PASS BOOKS. THE Auditors will attend at the Bank Office, King William Street, Adelaide, from the let to the 15th August inclusive (exoept on Monday, the 7th, Thich is a Publio Holiday), to inspect the Pass-Books of all Depositors having accounts with the Sank, whether opened at the Head Office or at tbe Agencies, and Depositors are hereby requested to produce or forward, by post or otherwise, their books for verification. By order of the Trustees, E. B. PEARCE, Accountant. Sayings Bank, Adelaide, 1st August, 1882. NOTICE. ANT PERSON or PERSONS found CUTTING- or REMOVING timber from Section No. 128,129,130,131, 132 and 154 Hundred of Wiltnnga will be prosecuted. JAMES TRENGROVE, Sharp's Well. Barunga, August 1,1882. Surveyor-General's Office, Adelaide, July 26th, 1882. TENDERS will be received at tbe this office, until THURSDAY, 10th of August, for fencing a dam, Hundred of Kulpara. Plan and specification to be seen at the pos...

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FIGHT BETWEEN A BLACKBIRD AND A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

FIGHT BETWEEN A BLACKBIRD AND A CAT. The following extraordinary scene was witnessed by a gentleman in his garden at Maldoo in England. A. fledgling blackbird, evidently just escaped from its nest close by, had with some difficulty fluttered from a fence into the overhang ing branches of a lime tree. A cat also had observed the young " flyer" and immediately gave chase. Meanwhile the parent birds, seeing;the situation of their nestling, attacked the cat, trying to preyent her crawling on to the branch They kept alternately using their beaks and wings with the utmost fury and getting fearlessly within range of the cats claws, and while one was pouncing at her head, the other would execute a " flank'1 attack, both of them keeping up all the time that conlinuos, noisy, angry chatter which blackbirds so well know how to make on occasion. These bold strategic movements confused tbe cat very much, as her position in tbe tree was not advantageous, but she kept snarling and striking out wit...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

• EXPO UTS. Per Franklin—245 tons, copper ore for Port Adelaide. Per Royal Shepherd—40 tons oopper for Port Adelaide.

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DEPUTATION RE THE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

DEPUTATION RE THE ELECTOEAL DISTRICTS BILL. At 11 o'clock, a deputation consisting of the three Members of the district (Messrs .Ross, Furner, and Beaglebole) and the Majors of Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo, Messrs Tennant M.P., E. Hogbes (Secretary Moonta Mines) James Harvey, D. Davidson (Secretary Walla roo Mines Company), Cr Beaglehole waited upon the Attorney General, re the Electoral Districts Bill. The Hon. R. D. Boss in introducing the deputation, ably pointed oat the disadvantage of the proposed division of the Wallaroo Electoral District, in proof of which Has the present large and representative deputation, He argued that the figures npon which the division had been based were wrong, as the population had greatly increased since the census, and would increase in a larger ratio it the price of copper ad vanced. The Mayob of Kadina (Mr John J. Christ mas J followed, and strongly urged that She Peninsula should be divided into three districts as he had suggested in ' giving evi...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

TESSELS IN HABBOR. Maritana (Austrian) 258 tons, from Natal, jPak Wan, from London via Port Adelaide.

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SERVANTGALISM. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

SERVANTGALISM. (to THE EDXTOE OP THE TVAIiLAJIOO TIMES ) Sib.—The effusion from your corres pondent styling himself " A Victim" puts me in mind of a late arrival from one oi' the rural districts of the colony, who is always complaining of the place, the smoke,and the people ; and i?, perhaps, the party complaining of servantgalism as a " dernier resort." Will those people who are so terribly victimized kindly take the following hints—Do not try to make people think that you are so much better than anybody else, because tbey will not believe it; show tbose who work for you that yon think they ought to be well fed, and act accordingly; do not think a bit of dry bread is good enough for a washerwoman because she does not think so, though sbe may be poor. Many a poor washerwoman has seen as good days as " A Victim," and many a girl that is a servant now may tower above " A Victim" by and bye. Australia is "a country of great changes, therefore do not think you are so very high and might...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Moonta, ahio. from Newcastle. Kilahom#, from Newcastle. Charles s.nd Arthur, from Sonthport. franklin, s.s., fr*m Port Adelaide, flinders, «.b., from Fort Angtuta. fikyro, from Ketrc&mtle.

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LOCAL TELEGRMS. Port Augusta, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

LOCAL TELEGRMS. Port Augusta, Tuesday. . Oar Annual Baces hare been a great success. About 2000 spectators being present on eacb day, although the weather was a little showery. £880 paesed through the Totalizator on the first day, and £1020 on the second. The followiug is the result of ths races;— Fibst Day Flying, Handicap,... ... Wallaroo Handicap Hurdles,... ... Don Pedro The Cup— Brigand Selling Bace, Grasshopper Hacks, Flirt Second Day. Maidens, ... Wallaroo Flinders Handicap... Triplet Steeplechase, ... ... Tancred July Handicap, Freedom Consolation Stakes,... Mellisa Morel Hack Race, ... Isaac Walton

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

WEATHER. ' BiUtrfUy, Jniy 29—Wind, WeBt, strong sqnally, B»r. 3020. SomJky, Jaly 30—Wind West, fresh, fine, Bar. 30 22. Monday. Jn'y $1—Wind. W.S.W, fresh,' fine. Ear. 29 15. TaewUy, August 1—Wind. Tsri&ble «qn»lly, Bar. 3012.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

ADELAIDE TELEG&AMS. Tuesday eveninp. The Marine Board find that thestrand ing of the 8.8. Ferret was mainly owing to the quantity of iron carried within a few feet of the standard compass ; and consider that under the circumstances the log and lead should hare been used. Proceedings have been taken to move | tide the Admiralty Court to diaposessthe Captain of the ship Ontario of his com mand, on the ground of continued intem perance and cruel treatment to his crew. The Port wharf proprietors hare I arranged to divide the receipts obtained [ from the use of the wharf frontages per rata. between them, from September 1st 1882. In the House of Assembly Mr Dixson gave notice of motion, in view of the great importance to Austrslia of the maintenance of uninterrupted and speedy communication between Australia and Great Britain i>y the Suez Canal, ' That the House views with regret the deter mination of 4he Imperial Government not to acquire territorial rights in Egypt/ the notic...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, August 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, August 2,1882. Tbe wheat market continues very firm, and stocks being held by few buyers we fully ex- J peot to see prices much higher jat. Wheat { cannot be got in large parcels under 7s per j bushel at Port Adelaide. Flour leading brands is now,firm at £14 15s. We observe four of the largest millers and wheat merchants the colony have joined and intend open ing business on 1st October in the naae of the Adelaide, Milling and Shipping Company with a capitalof£750,000. Th* firms uniting thus are Messrs J. Hurt & Co., J. Cowan and Co., W. Duffleld & Co. and Morgan, Connor and Grljde, while Messrs Harroid Bros are also large shareholders, the new business will be under the direot management of Messrs C. H. T. Connor, H- H. Walters and Wm. Malcolm. Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. £ndina—Wheat, 6s 2£d. Moonta—Wheat, 6s 2d. Snowtowo—Wheat, 6s. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 6» 0|d. , Green's Plains East—Wheat, 6s lid. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 6s ...

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DEPUTATIONS. [By Telegram.] THE DIRECT LINE TO MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

DEPUTATIONS. [By Telegram.] THE DIBECT LINE TO MOONTA. * On Tuesday morning, s deputation con sisting of the three members (Messrs Boss, burner, and Beaglehole), the Major of Moonta (Dr ElphickhCr John Beagle bole and Sir E. H. Dernngton, waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works, bk the direct line from £adina to Moonta. The Mayob pointed oat the present disadvantageous and circuitous route; and he felt that a population of 9000, who contribute £20,000 yeatly to the revenue through the Customs, had a right to bet ter accommodation than they new bad. They bad to leaye Moonta two hour* be fore the train took it's departure for Sadiua. Last y$ar the question of a direct line was considered by the House, and it was nar rowed down to the question of cost. He thought that the cost of the new line was over stated, especially in fencing, and he was sure that the co3t of relaying tbe old iipe would be about equal to that of put ting down a line direct from Radina. It was almost impossibl...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

TIME SIGNAL. /i Harbour Office,WmmtM1 aigim} on Che Gh)rerttnAnt ft^M^J| the ilar{>ouj--Master's reDieejifte tlife a^j®. <wliite ntod *&3) will be ufaH every Sunday movmhg nVA*i JWSWpI' tbeight o'clock, Atlelsif&e «itt»*bdta.nt of eight o'clock, theila||*rih drop' c»rrOi|wndine to (Jftteriwioh iiietm time lQJi 45fli 38 7i. After the time eigti&l has been'! tmide tho Union Jack will be hoieted. 3. CAKSON Obserrer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. T~°HS SPBNCBE'8 GUIS' STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable:— f FLINDERS, FOE POET AUGUSTA-{ Sum>ayMosmxG at 7 a.m. —o r EMU, FOR POET PIRIE— j. 'j^htjbsdax, (.at 7 o'clock a.m. -i 1: f LUBBA, POET LINCLON-J Thursday or Fbedat, at 4 o'clock p.m. O f FLINDERS, IWbDKBBI) AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—| FRANKLIN, S ATT ED AT, at 5 o'clock. p.m. o FOE f LUBBA, FRANKLIN Axtebnate Thttesday's HABBOB ^ At 2 p.m. o——— ■' Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of Tees el's discharge; 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 Cooijar>T' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo FOB FRANKLIN HARBOUR. TTNTIL further notice U...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

bailed. Satnrday, Jnly Royal Shepterd 243 tons, Campbell, master for Port Adelaide via Pore Lincoln. ,' j Saturday, Jnly 29—Franklin, s.a., 393 tone, Crocker, master, for Pert Adelaide. , Bueday, July 30—Flinders, 379 tons, Anderson, master, far Port Angosta.

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