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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

shipping news. ARRIVED, Saturday, July 39—Hoyal Shepherd, 8.8., 245 ions, Campbell, master, from Franklin Harbor. Saturday. J«ly*.5}—-franklin, rib., 303 tons, Crocker, master, from Port AuKttsta. . SamUy, July 30—Flinders,-' 278 tons, Anderson, muster, from P»rt Adelaide. Monday. July 31—Pale-Wen, 818 ton*, Bsgg, master, from port ^Adelaide. ■

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING OF STOREKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

PUBLIC MEETING OF STORE - KEEPERS. A meeting of tradesmen was held at the Grlobc Hotel, on Monday evening fast, to consider the new " Shipping Note*' pro posed to be used by ihe Spencer's Gulf Steam Shipping Company; There was a good attendance, including representative tradesmen from Moonta and Eadioa. Ms W. Phillips, Co-Operative Store, was elected Chairman, and, as one of the conveners of the meeting, stated that, in connection with Messrs North Js H&rinari, had called the meeting to protest against the new Shipping Note. He was j glad to see each a good attendance, and he hoped that their united action would have the desired effect; It was time they united to protect their own interests. He had received from the local agent, Mr Ward, a notice stating that the proposed new regulations were to come into force ] at once, also a copy of the same: He then read a copy of the new Shipping j Note, as follows, taking particular excep tion to the words printed m italics " Consigne...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. Capture of Communications from Arabi Bey. The Khedive's Suite. Arabi Most Surrender Unconditionally. London, Tuesday. Aug. 1. CAPTURE OF COMMUNICATIONS FEOM ARABI BEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. Captare of Communi cations frbm Arabi : Bey. The Khedive's Suite. ^ Arabi Most Surrender Unconditionally. .. . London, Tuesday. Aug. I. CAPTURE OF COMMUNICATIONS FEOM AEABI BEY. A midshipman named Dudley da Cane, belonging to the ironclad skip Alexandria, while conveying despatches to Hamleh, vritb an escort, captured messenger* con veying communications between Arabi Bev and his friends.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, July 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

KADINA CORPORATION. Mok'oa.y, July 31, 1882. Present—Crs Kobes (m the chair) Blaekney, Rosewarne, Barnetfc, Bleakley, Johnstone and Mitchell, and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. . Apologies. Apologies were received from tbe Major and Cr Brown, which were received. COBEESPONDENCE. A letter was read from the Mayor (Mr J, J. Christmas) stating that he had been called upon to form one of a deputation to bring before the Houso the unfavourable division of the Electoral Districts Bill. The deputation consisting of a few from each of the mining towns is to luy their case before the House to morrow. Received. A circular was read from the Secretary of the Municipal Association of South Australia te second series of model by-laws. Re ceived. From John N. Bennett, asking to beallowed to kerb tbe footpath in front of his premises in No. 4 lane. Granted. From Mr Williams, calling attention to the state of road at the back of the Kadina Hotel, and requ...

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ARABI BEY MUST SURRENDER UNCONDITIONALLY: [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

^lrabe bey must surrender ' unconditionally: The Khedive has issued a manifesto insisting that Arabi Bey must surrender himself unconditionally.

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THE KHEDIVE'S SUITE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

THE KHEDIVE'S SUITE. The Khedive still continues to bare his train of-attendants about his person.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

BIRTH. Lbwis.—Oti |Si3 July, the jrift of J. IT. Lewis, of i daughter. DEATH. Lbwts.—On 31«t July, Ebie Newton, infant daughter of «T- N. beyrit; aged one we»k.

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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day tke WALLAHQQ TISEpS is printed In a new and enlarged fomu 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 La advance if paid during the first month, in each quarter. D. & A. P. TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. E!ADINA BOTTLING- ESTABLISHMEMENT. (Opposite the Kadina Medical Hall). TAYLOR-STBEET. E. J JpLl fpe Jj-AS ON SAUK, Ale and Porter, at per dozen ... to 8s. Wiiaes, per dozen, from 6> upwards Also, all kinds of Spirits and Cordials. All orders received by poet, or otherwise, will Iietp prompt attention.

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ARCHIBALD FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

ARCHIBALD FORBES. The Prince of War correspondent's gave hie second lecture of the South Australian coarse, in the Adelaide Town Hall, on Monday evening to the largest audience, it is said, that has ever been in the bniiding ; and there is not tfafi slightest doubt that th« financial result was the iargestthat has ever been realised from j one meeting. In the body of the Hall, includ ing the crowd that was accommodated on the , platform, there must hare been quite 2,000 while in the gallery there must have been 600 or 800 persons; When it is considered that those in the body of the hall paid 3s and 5s and those in the gallery 2s each, some idea may be formed of" the amount of money taken. The subject of the lecture was " Kings and " Princes ' I hare met." The IfeCfcutSt ati mounting - the .Wft8 I £ttetfc3 was Hot loagih ^lilhgtn^ -'.Milcom mencing vriili the Khjp6rtit;| ^^GNs r m an y, Prince 'G'rederiok Charles, Bi&iiif£%&nd Ton Moltke. In dealing with thelib illust...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 August 1882

®{je Wallaroo Cimes. WALLAJKOO. WEDNESDAY, AD&UST 2, 1883. The conduct of the Sultan during tbe difficulties -which have arisen in Egypt, iiae been anything bat satisfactory. But the following sketch from a letter of a " Timea" correspondent at Constantinople will throTr some light on bit character, and will insome measnre account for his past acti«ia.^^Tbe .Egyptian question well, tho strength and the weakness of Ottoman statesmanship and diplomacy. So lofife -as the problem ^eri^ped itself slowly tbe Turks played tbeijf parts dexterously; Snd the SaltaQ appkfrently succeeded ill making himself for the moment master of tbe situation. The English and French Cabinets, after requesting him in somewhat peremptory terms not to interfere, bad to call him in a»d request him to cut the Grbrdian knot. The occasion was one Tequfrltig quick decision and energetic action, and* "unfor tunately for the Turkish GoTerjataent, decision and energy are precisely the qualities in which^it is l...

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LOCAL TELEGRMS. Moonta, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

LOCAL TELEGKRMS. Moonta, Friday evening. I A genuine discovery of malleable cop per and green ore has been made on Mr W. S. Ohfent's sections, situated near the park lands. Two men have been working for several months, and at a depth of nine fathoms have come on a fine. lode foar feet wide.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

YICIORIA. Melbourne, Friday. I Labord, the keeper- of a fancy atoie id Austin market has been committed for trial on a charge of selling tokens resemb ling balf-serereigns.

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POLICE COURT—MOONTA: [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

POLICE COURT—HOONTA: M. Kilderry vru fined 2s each for fiv# head bead of cattle, which he had allowed to stray on the Travelling stock reserve. " So you would not take me to be twenty?" said a young lady to her partner while dancing & polka one - evening. " What would you take me for then ?'* "For better, for worse" replied he, and he was accepted,

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LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, August 4, 1882, (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq. S.M., H. R. Hancock, J.P., and G. F. Wyatt, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. Feidat, August 4, 1882, (Before J. B. Shepberdson, Esq. S.M., H. 3£. Hancock, J.P., and Gk F. Wjatt, J.P.) Chapple T- Hicks.—Claim for £47 19s for goods supplied and money lent. Mr Bears for the defendant who did not appear. Elizabeth Chappie, wife of plaintiff, sworn, deposed that the defendant had been supplied with bill of particulars, and that r.o part of the account had been paid. By Mr Beare—I have supplied part of refreshments myself, also £5 in cash. Bj the Court—No part of the account has been paid. Received an order on Mr Mosley for £10, but the money waB never received. Mr Beare here stated that £10 was paid into court on account. After the eyidence of Mr Chappie had been taken, a verdict was given for the plaintiff. Tonkiw t Langdok—Claim for £20 for injury to horse and loss sustained thereby. Mr Beare for plaintiff. Elizabeth Tonkin, wife of the plaintiff, said that on January 25, the defendant called at her residence with two horses and stated that ...

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LATEST NEWS. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

LATEST NEWS.. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. The Borehole Miners art Agitating for the eight hoar system, and an increase of the hewing rate te 4s 6d. They are en. deavouring to get the district lodges to support them in the matter.

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RATEPAYERS MEETING AT GREEN'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

EATE PAYERS MEETING AT GEEEN'S PLAINS. An adjourned meeting of ratepayers of the Green's Plains District was held in the large room of the PaskevUle Hotel* Green's Plains East, on Monday evening, July 31, Mr W. L. Belling -was duly appointed Chairman. There was a good attendance of ratepayers, notwithstanding; the inclement state of the weather. . The Chairman having read the adver tisement convening the meeting, stated the business was to receive the balance sheet and to get the opinion of ratepayers upon several questions affecting the interests of the district. He then called" upon the clerk to read the Balance sheet. This showed that tbe receipts from all sources for the past year amounted to £290 5s 9d ; and the expenditure,—Public Works: Roads, &c., £118 10a; Water Account, £193 13s 3d; Office Expenses, £79 Is 6d; Miscellaneous expenses', £88 2s 6d, in all, £479 6s 3d, or £189 0s 6ri more than the receipts, which added to the amount due to the bank on 30th Juno, 1881, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

TO TRA¥EI*~FQR T-B&SEASQNr SI11 JAMES THIS THOROUGHBREAD BLOOD HORSE Will Travel for the Season through the following Districts,—namely, Ardrossan, Curramulka, Port Vincent, Yorketown. Minlaton, Mount Rat, and Maitlaod, com mencing on the 20th day of August, and ending on the 1st day of November, continuing these rounds every ninth day. — PEDIG-EEE. — SIR JAMES is a beautiful Black, stands 16 bands high, bred by Mr Gerrard. Sire—Treageagle imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fsherman, imported, out of Jennie imported. SIR JAMES is Guaranteed a sure Foal getter TERMS: Single Mare, £3j Two Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3s., payable January 31, 1883. " P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, Port Wakefield. SIB. JAMES fiphis 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 in the season all mares will be insured. Pedighee—SIR JAMES is a beautiful black, stands 16 hunds high bred by ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Royal Shepherd—Cargo for Wallaroo—63 Co mparative Society, 2 Darke, 2 Haidy, 42 North and Harm an,, 1? Barton, -i3 Burpee, 72 Sedunary, 1 Bath, 7 tevido, 6 Gerrasi, 19 Heath, 33 Savies and Co., 1 Srr.eltin# Wcrkf, 9 Dnffield 4 Co., 13 Ward, 2 Bolmeyer, 2 Trye, 2 Cropley, 21 Bristowe. For Kadina—8 Goldsworthy. 7 Haddy, 64 Cook, 1 Quinton. 10 Thomas & White, 54 T. H. Hall, 24 Truacolt, 22 Eoa^h, 4 Ford, 79 Christmas, 72 Wal laroo Mioes, 28 N. C. Thomas, 32 Borlace, 15 Betchf <rd, 16 Squibb, 13 Secombe, 12 Harris and Dawe, 3 Bamett, 6 Blackney, 7 Anson, 2 Williams, 2 Brown, 3 Hall, 12 Brown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form, j The terms in future will be as fol-1 lows Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) 3s. So. do. credit (postage included) 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered La advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. KADINA BOTTLING ESTABLISHMEMENT. (Opposite the Kadioa Medical Hall). TAYLOR-STREET. E. JULIFEE JJAS ON SALB, Ale and Porter, at per dozen ... 7« to 8s. Wines, per dozen, from 6» upwards Also, all kinds of Spirits and Cordials. All orders receWed by post, .or otherwise, Trill have prompt attention. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, WALLAROO. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. MATINS—HYMNS, 213 and 214. EVENSONG—Cnntat*—(Jackson). HYMNS—203, 210 and 20.

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