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

THE POET WAKEFIELD 8HIPPING COMPANY LIMITED. THE Company'# vessels leave Port Adelaide every Wednesday and Satur day as advertised. Goods for Eadina, generally delivered at that Town, on Tuesday, and Friday. All cargo consigned to Mr A. LsMessurier, Company's Agent at Port Adelaide, will receive prompt dispatch. Freight to Port Wakefield, including agency charges, five shillings (6b) per ton. i Railway wharfage and Haulage to Sadina I averages about twelve shilling (12e) per | ton. The Directors thanks their customers at Kadina for past snpport and hope, by con i tinuing to study their interests in quick ' dispatch of ail goods shipped by Company's vessels, that they may merit a continuance of same. SAMUEL BEEVES, Secretary, Port Wakefield. notice. ANY 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 tbengbove, Sharp's Weil. Barunga, August 1, 1882. NOTICE. RUNNING With my cattle, Oae RED H...

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

EXPO UTS. Per Royal Shepherd—Cargo for Port Adelaide— Sundries.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, August 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo. Auirast 4,1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. Kadina—Wheat, 6s 2Jd. Moonta—Wheat, 64 2d. ,<3 Scowtown—Wheat, 6?. Barurga Gap—Wheat, 6s Oi. Gre'-n e Plains East—Wheat, Cg lid. Groen's Plains West—Wheat, 6a 2d. The following are the prices current for produce at Wailaroo:— Flour, £14 to £14 5s per ton. Bre/n, Is 1 Id per bufhe! per ton. Pollard, 2s per bushel per ton. Both are very scarce. Sloonta, Acgust 1, 1883.' The following are the prices current for produce at Mconta-.— Wheat: 6s 2d per bushel, retail 7s 6d do. Bran, Is lOd per bushel, do. 2b Id do. Plliard, Is lid ; er bushel do. 2s Id do. Flour, £115s to £14 10s per ton, do. 30s per bag. Potatoes, £7 to £7 5s per ton, do 8s to 8s 6d cwt. Dairy pcoduce— Butter, fresh 2s per lb. retail 2s 3d do Ei f?s, fresh Is to Is 2d per doz. do. le 3 to Is 4d. Bacon, dairy fed 8d to 9d do. XOd to Is lb. "Reeister" Office. August 3,1882. The wheat market is qdiet at 7s for large lots at Port Ad...

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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. WEDNESDAY, July 26, 1882. Before Messrs Erasmus Gower, S.M., J. Ford J.P., R. Hilton J.P., and J. Waddell J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. \ Wj&M#jB8DAfc, July 26, 1882. Before Mfess^Erasmus Gower, S.M!., J. Ford J.P., R. Hilton JiP., and J. Waddell J.P-,) Martin Kenn&y—Biotoua behaviour. Fined 6e, 10« ooste. Frederick Simmons—Furious riding. Fined 10s, 10s costs. W. Butter—Indecent language. Fined 10s, 10s costs. J. Mitchehnore—Lights on Vehicles. Fined 5s, 10s coats. C. Mi'.chelmore—Lights on Vehicles. Fined 5b, 10s costs. O- Hickman—Lights on Vehicles. Fined 6b, 10s costs. A. Stewart—Lights on Vehicles. Fined 5b, 10s cost*. Si. Carroitt—Depasturing Cattle. Fined lOe. 18s costs. &. Brandt, Licensed Victualler, Oarra mulka, was charged by M. C. D. McPiurlio with a breaoh of the L. V. Act. Mr Beare appeared for the defendant. Dismissed as the Information did not dis close tbe offence. S. Kappler v. Abel Sari—Unlawfully rescuing from one George Kemp, a servant of the informant, and acting under instructions, seven horseB seized by the said George Kemp, for the purpose of being...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

YESSELS IN HABBOB. Maratona, from Natal. l'uk-Wan, from Port Adelaide.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, August 2 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

XOCAIi COURT—ETA.DINA. Wednesday, August' 21882. (Before J- B- SheDherdson, Esq., S.M.) Joseph Mitchet-l was charged on the information of Benjami* GrOBby with at tempting lo rescue, or release, or attempt to release a horse being driven to the pound on the 19th of July last. Mr James for the complainant. Benjamin Bray Crosby—Am son of Mr Crosby, the plaintiff. Recollect last Wednes day fortnight, the 19th July. Saw a horae on my father's wheat crops next to Mr Trainor's. Brought the horse out of the crops...and.tooIc.it to my father's house, and asked him what I should do with it. He told me to go down to_Mr Mitchell's and tell hi!m the horse ,.*?as in, and ask him to come, and fetch it. Went down and told Mrs Mitchell that the horse was up at the house. Asked her to send up for it. She said " If I hare anything *x> do with it he shan't go up for it." Went back and to!d my father, and he told me to wait and see if Mr Mitchell came for it. Then as Mr Mitchell did not come, drove ...

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LOCAL COURT—MINLATON. WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 1882. (Before Messrs Erasmus Gower Esq., S.M., J. Ford J.P., R. Hilton J.P., and J. Waddell J.P.) FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

LOCAL COURT—IHNLATOIT. Wedsssday Ivlt 26,1882. (Before M«ssrs Eraimus Q-ovrer Esq., S.M., J. Ford J.P., R. Hilton J.P., and J. Waddell J.P.) PtFIL JUBISDIOTION. Hombubg y Lee—Dishonoured acceptance £23 6s settled out of Court. Limited Jtjbibdiction. COBNJBH V LTXXMOB.B—Dishonored aoeep tance £10 18b—Defendant pleaded that the amount was in part payment for a boat which was warranted seund but proved not to be so, and, also that plaintiff did not become possessed of the bill until after it became due. Mr Beare for the plaintiff Mr Beresford for the defendant. W. Y. Cornish—I reside at Yorketown and am bailiff of the Local Coa/t. I identify the acceptance produced which I reoeived about the 1st November last from Charles Parrington for rent due from him and cash paid. Recollect the date because 1 went to him for a settlement of rent. The acceptance has not been paid. By Mr Beresford—The acceptance was given to me about November 1. I go to Salt Creek where Parrington resides frequently...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Moonls, ship, fr6m Ncwc&etle. Ka.ln.home, from JiewcA*tlo. Charles And Arthur, from Scmthporfc. Stjro, from Newcastle. Emn, e.s.. from Port Pine. Royal Shepherd, s.s., from Port Adelaide. Franirlin, s.s., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, u.s:, from Port Adelaide.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

©be Wallaroo Chras. WALIiAEOO, SATURDAY, AUGUST5, 1882. The following paragraph appears in the report of the Marine Board proceedings on Thursday last, concerning the old jetty at Wallaroo : —" The Harbour Master roported that the old jetty, Wal laroo, was unsafe for large vessel* to lie alongside, say of 700 and upwards. The Eugineer-in-Chief had estimated the cost of new piles at £850, but he did not believe, however, that that would make it fit for heavy traffie. It did appear to him much folly to spend money ob the old jetty when the new one bad not yet been tried. Mr Formby said the old jetty ought to have been pulled down. The Board supported the Engineer-in-Chief in recommending that 110 more money should be spent on the old jetty. They decided to advertise that it wag dangerous for large vessels to use, and that they would not be responsible for the consequences if the notice was disobeyed." There is little doubt that in its present condition the old jetty in some parts is u...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8. p.m. I The first ihovr of the Canary and Pigeon Society was held in the Town Hall Exchange room to-day, and the entries were both numerous and good. At . the Criminal Sittings to-day Duan sjFoifc the colored man who was charged *iU?L#ounding Mary Ana Floyd at Eapunda in January last was brought up for trial. The evidence show ed that Mrs Floyd had given him in charge for stealing a watch, but he es caped from custody, and she awok« on* the night and found Foik stabbing her The prisoner was found guilty, but sen tence was deferred. A boy at Wood's Point ranges has been dangerously hart. His horse slipped on a steep siding and rolled over to the bottom, the boy being unable to free himself. The S. A. Jockey Club has made a pro fit for the year of £2,128. At the Admiralty Court to-day before the Chief Justice, Mr Bundey appeared for eleven seamen of the ship Lake Ontario, and moved for the removal of Captain Miller on the following grounds—viz, that durin...

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

WEATHER. Wednesday, August 2—Wind, N.W., Btrong, Bar. 3010. Thursday, AaRUEt 3—Wind, W.N.W., strong, stormy. Bar. 2990. Friday, August 3—Wind. West, strong, fine> Bar. 29'85.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

TlMK SlGhNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. I Time signal ou tbe G-overnment flagstaff at the Harbour-Matter's residence the flag H (white aud rail) will be hoisted to the msst ..ead every Sunday morning at fire minutes to eight o'clock, Adeluide mean time, and on <he instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop cemspontling to Greenwich mean time lOli 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been tnnde th« Union Jack will b«t hoisted.. J. CARSON Observer.

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

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. rpK SPSNCIE'S A GULP STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA Sunday Moenxng (_ at 7 a.m. ~~ ° (• EMU, FOR PORT PIBIE— < Thubsday, Cat 7 o'clock a.m. •o - f LUBBA, PORT LINCLON«{ Thubsday or Fbiday, v at 4 o'clock p.m. ° ~PLUNDERS, j Weditbbd ay. I at 5 o'clock, p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—-! —o— | FRANKLIN, J S A TU BDAI, ^ at 5 o'clock, p.m. o FOR f LUBRA, > FRANKLIN -I Ajieekatb Thttbsdat's f HARBOR L At 2 p.m. Passage money must be paid before em barkation. If o orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discbarge. All cargo is carried by these steamera 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 FOE FRANKLIN HARBOUR. TTN...

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

SAILED. ffednesd&y, August 2—Flinders, b.»„ 27s tons, A»der»on. master, for Port Adelaide. Friday, August 4—Royal Shepherd 345 tone, Campbell, matter for Fort Adelaide via Port Linooln.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 August 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. asbived, Wedresday. A.uju^t2—Flinders, e.g., 275 tons, A»rterson, master, from Port Augusta. Thurday. August 3—Royftl Shepherd, B.B., - 24B tons, Campbell, master, from Fort Adelaide via Lincoln.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 8th Aug. Received 9, 12.30 a.m. NEW FRENCH MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 9 August 1882

LATEST NlfiWis: EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 8th Aug. Beceiyed 9« 12 30 a.m. new fkencbTministry. M. Duclerc who was entrusted with the formation of a new Ministry* consequent upon the resignation of M. do Freyciaet's Cabinet has made the following se lections :— M; Daclerc, Premier And Minister for Foreign Affairs. M. FaHieures, Minister of the In terior. M. Tirard, Minister of Finance. M. Deres, Minister of Justice. M. Duveux, Minister of Education. M. Legrand, Minister of Commerce and Works. Others unchanged. The new ministers are decidedly Gambettists ; but there is littlo hope of their retaining office long as the -cabinet is regarded merely as a make shiftone.

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AN AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER'S IMPRESSIONS OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 9 August 1882

AN AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER'S IMPRESSIONS OF LONDON Those who take an interest- in the doings of the Australian Eleven will, no doubt, read with interest the following letter, which well conveys the first impressions made on the mind of the youngest member of the team, on his first visit to the world's metropolis, London:—Writing from the Clarendon Hotel, Oxford, May 15, Mr S. Jones says We arrived in the metropolis on last Thursday week. The scenery going up the English Channel was simply enchanting. The beautiful green fields all along the coast, cultivated to the very water's edge, studded with cattle and sheep grazing, and houses here and there to set off the view. The Thames is not by any mesns a clear and wholesome river to look at, but good for traffic, being wide and deep. We went from Albert Docks to London in a train; the most astonishing sight to me was, that we seeuied to be on the tops of the houses at one time and below them at another; trains goicg above us, below, and al...

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WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 9 August 1882

1 WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Regular meeting, Kadina, Thursday, August 3, preeent, the Chairman (Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P.,) Messrs Eneder Warmington, J.P., J. J. Christmas, J.P., A. F. Taylor and the Visitor (Mr Naughton). Apologies were received from Messrs Anthony, Gurner and Bews. Thirty nine cases of irregular attendance were considered, 14 from Kadina school were disposed of as follows :—10 ordered to attend regular, or be summonsed; 3 to attend evening school; 1 excused (Dr. Robinson's Certificate Produced, 25 from Wallaroo j Mines were disposed of as follows : 17 ordered to attend regular or be summonsed; 2 ordered to attend school at least 4 days a week; 3 to attend eyening school. The Chairman to write to the parent of one Mid if the child is not in attendence a* school as promised a summon* to be issued ftt the close of the month. 2 exempt over age. The General Business was postponed till the meet ing at Wallaroo on the 4th iust. At Wallaroo there were present the Chair man (...

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GUN ACCIDENT. COBONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 9 August 1882

GUN ACCIDENT. COBONER'S INQUEST. A sad and fatal accident occurred on Saturday morning at Yelta. It appears that a young man named George Dawson, who had a loaded gun in his bedroom took it down for the purpose of going out for a few hours shooting, and was about t > leave the house, when he returned to his room and when taking the gun from his shoulder he unfortunately struck the hammer against the post of the bed, which immediately caused the charge to explode, entering the breast of his sister who was standing at the door, and about to pro ceed to the township. The unfortunate women died almost immediately after the accident. Deceased's name was Charlotte Dawson, and she was about 28 years of age, and was highly respected by all the family, and those who made her ac* quaintance for her christian bearine. An 6 Inquest was held in the evening before G. F. Wyatt, J.P., and a jury of thirteen. The following evidence was taken :— Thomas James, duly qualified medical practitioner, d...

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