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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day tlie WALLAHOO TIKES is ?rinted in a new 2*id enlarged form. 'lie terms in future will tie as fol lows Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) 3s. Bo. do. credit (postage inclnded) 4s. jSingle Copy—TWOPENCE - Safoseriptiefi* fpill only be considered jn advance if j9a$& during the first iz&LchqriQrter, 2>. & A. *f TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

~ MARRIED. Scott-—Hutchinson.—On the 17th inst, at the Weslejan Parsonage, Clare, by tbeltev. Chas. Lane, James Cochrane Scott, your geBt son of the late 'William Scott, M.Ii.C., to Annie Vincent Barns Hutchinson, eldest daughter of Berkeley Wentropp Hatchin aon, Snrgeon ; and grand daughter of the late Lieut. Col. James Glenoairn Burns, jouogeet son of the Poet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

{&&- -Mr A. J. Huefc, SurgeonDentist, has arrired from London with all the latest improvements in Dentistry, and can be con salted at Marshall's Chamber#, (adjoining Marshall's Masio ShoftX, Bundle Street, Adelaide, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.ni, A set of Artificial 3fcetb from & 5b»—

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JAN. 21. 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

%\]t ®Eallai*00 Cimes. WALlyAKOO, SAWBDAY, JAN. 21. 1882, We have to announce the unpleasant news that SmaiJpox, to quote a con temporay, is knocking at our doors. Is addition to the two cases which were left as bj the Grarantie, a tele gram in yesterday's papers anpjeupcee the fact that the E.M.S. Mirzapore had arrived at Albany, and had two cases on board. It is gratifying to find, however, that all assistance, possible is being rendered to the authorities, and »re sincerely hope that both South Australia and Victoria will be able to avoid the sad fate which has befallen the.colony of Kew South Wales. Fnon our telegraphic columns.it will tig seen that a deputatiou waited upon f Jje Commissioner of Public Works jre&Usrday, to Lring under his notice ihe p*e«£ing necessity for adopting means ?op securing a better ' water * limply for'some part? of the Peninsula district. The Kadins Corporation hare giso decided to biing the same subject un der the notice of'the Government on ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 January 1882

SAILED. Wednesday, Jan.. 18—Flinders, s.s.., 270 tons., Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Passen- gers—Mrs Stapledon, Misses Garner, Parnell, and Kingsborongh, Mrs Arbon, Messrs Garner, and Saunders and 8 in the Steerage. Thursday Jan. 19—Royal Shepherd, s.s., 245 tons, Campb=U, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln. ■ Passengers for Port Lincoln—Mr Cant in the cabin. Thursday, Jan. 19—Lnbra, s.s., 224 tone. Creer, master, for Port Pirie. Passengers—Sir Pengelley In the cabin, 'and 3 in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

w IM/ANTED a COMPETENT DRESS MAKER. Apply JOHN YOUNG & Co., la-f-y Snewtown. WANTED a reapeciaole GIRL as HOUS'— vtAID. Goad : wages. AJso, smart Yc UN or MAN as OSTLER. References required. Apply Royal Exchange Hotel, Kadina". ANTED GOOD TAILORS lud TAir/^RESSES. None but good Hands nee(| apply. Also, APPRENTICES. 4pply W. D. MILLAR, Tailor and Clothier, Graves Street, Kadina. ANTED a GOOD GENERAL SER VANT. Apply to Mbs L. SEEGER, Wallaroo. ANTED a GOOD GENERAL SER VANT ; highest wages giren ; refer ences required. Apply to T. PRICE, Green's Plains. PORT AUGUSTA AND GOVERNMENT GUMS RAILWAY. ANTED PICK and SHOVEL MEN piece and day work, also men for ballast. HIGHEST WAGES GIVEN. Apply on wovfes. "BARRY, "BROOKS & FRASER, - . Omitritrlora. EDUCATION". MR TaPLIN'S PUPILS will ASSEM BLE at the PARSONAGE on MON DAY, 23rd inst., at 9 o'clock a in. OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! ! OYSTERS!! ! FRESH OYSTERS in any quantity may be had, by applying to W. KJNG, Near Ship Inn, Wallaroo. M...

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PEOFESSOR TANNER ON "THE EXHAUSTION OF SOILS" [From The Times, Nov. 7. 1881.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

PEOFESSOE TANNfiE EXHAUSTION OF SOILS/' [From The Times, Not- *1. 1881:] On Tuesday evening Professor Tanner treated of the above subject for th« second of his course of lectures in connection witli the Reigate and Bedhill Agricultu ral Society. Mr St. Barbe Sladen pre Bided, and there were also present—the Mayor (Gk R. Pym, Esq.), Messrs H Glutton, W. Stenning, W.Stacey; Hame Stacey, T. B. Haywood, R. Dive,Council lor .Nitnrod Walter, James EHiptt, H. Morrison, Hewett, Collyer, EelseVj Jan., &o. The lecturer commenced by refeurk f ing that every crop that might^S^grbwn on.-tbe land necessarily made adeiriandori. the soil for .certain materials,whichwere built up in its structure, ,arid planted in its growth. Those materials that were found in the completed growth of a crop could alone be obtained from two sources, one beiog the atmosphere and tjie. other ; the soil. Whatever be taken from the land must, as a natural consequence, leave * less beltind. and so far, therefore, ...

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PRACTICAL PAPERS FOR FARMERS. THE BRITISH LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

practical papers for farmers. THE BRITISH LAND QUESTION. At tue first ordinary meeting of the r present session of the Statistical Society, held last week at the rooms of the society, King's College, Strand. Mr James Caird, C.B., F.R.S., the president (in the chair), delivered an opening address, the subject was " The British Laud Question." He said the heavy losses of the farmers must compel early legislation, and it was desi rable Jo keep in view the principles which should govern all attempts at a judicious settlement of the British Land Question. The pressure has fallen chiefly in the wljeat and sheep districts, on the eastern, southern, and midland counties, and the loss was equal to one tjiird of the farming capital. The chief cause was an unprece dented run of bad seasons, with only two good crops in tep years. To some extent, Western Europe generally had suffered from the seasons, while America, on the contrary, bad experienced a series of pro dactive years, accompanied with...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

EXPOKTS. Per Bosphorus—304 tons copper ore, W, o. Works*

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TRICYLE RAGE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OP SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

I TBICYLE RA.GE FOR THE CHAMPION SHIP OP SCOTLAND. The following account -of a. trieyle race for "(lie championship of Scotland,; will be read with interest by many in this colony who have or are about to purchase one of these machines, which, although not so swift as the bicycle, have the other advan tage that they can be ridden by anyone, while to become master of the bicycle requires years of practice. The report is taken from the "JNorth British Adver tiser." A tricycle match for the championship of Scotland took place last Saturday, and the attendant circumstances were on the whole of a favourable kind. The match, originated in an iutimation by Mr Hislop. j 63 North Bridge, of bis willingness to i offer a gold medal for such a competition i open to amateurs iu Scotland. -The ar rangements for the match were first taken in hand by the Caledonian Tricycling Club, but on the formation of the Tricyc ling- Association of Scotland last week, the details were handed over to the asso c...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. J. L. Hall, from Newcastle. Magellan, from Port Adelaide. Palala. from Port Adelaide. -22. J. Spence, from Meiboarne.

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A GLASGOW ENGINEER'S CAREER IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

GLASGOW ENGINEER'S CAREER IN FRANCE. The approaching marriage is an nounced of Mdlle. G-revy, the only daughter of the President of the Enncb Republic, with M. Daniel Wilson, Coder Secretary of State for Finance, and one of the ablest of the younger statesmen of the Repnblic. M. Wilson, whose British name vrill give additional interest to the event among Englishmen, is the son of a man wbo was well known to the men of ibis time. About the year 1824 M Oliagot, the proprietor of Greozot, applied to Mr Manby, " Irou Manby," as he was called, the President of the Socicty of Engineeis, and one of the first to make large iron bridees, for a young English engineer, to superintend the casting of huge blocks 01 iron. Mr Mauby chose a promising young Scotchman, the son of a Glasgow engineer, a young fellow full of all the startling new appliances that were then working wonders in our industrial centre?. Tbis young engineer was M. Wilson, the father of the present Under-Secretary. Once in Fran...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Kalahome, from Kewoaetlo. Charles and Arthur, from Soalhport. Vernlam, from Newcastle. Franklin, 8.8., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, <s.n., from Port Augusta. Royal Shepherd,s.b., from PortAdelaide. liubra, a.s., from Port Adelaide

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday, Jan. 24 The City Council to-day awarded prizes for the best designs of the city bathe, the first was obtained, by R. Bees, Esq.; se cond J. Haslatn, Esq. The weather has been cool daritfgthe greater part of the day, with indications of rain, bat very little has fallen up to the present time. The Wesleyan Conference closed to day. A large number of lay represents* tires were present. The present statis tics show an increase in every district. The total increase in the colony daring the past year is 293. It is reported that eeyeral 'new stations will be occupied. The Manager of the Bird in Hand re ports that in the rough cleaning np with amalgam, the result will prove equal to five and a half ounces of Gold to the ton. Tuesday Evening. ' Reports from the quarantine grounds continue favorable. All are progressing.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Jan. 21—Wind, S.W., strong, uar . 29 95. Sunday, Jan. .22—Wind, S.W., fresh. J3ar. S0~00. . Monday, Jan. 23—Wind, S.W., - fresh. - Bar 30-10. Tuesday, Jan. 17—Wind. . S.W., fresh. Bar 30-20.

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday, Jan. 24. 1 Official tetegrau s state that the diary discovered shows that Mrs Watson lelt Lizard, on the 3rd October, afloat all right and that she landed oext day on the reef, where she remained till the 16th, when she left pulling the tank to Island No. 1 of Howick's Group, to search for water, and that there she looked in rain, •while the water she brought with her soon became exhausted. She saw natives and fled to Island No. 2, where her remains bare beea found.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

COMMEBCIAL> 'Wallaroo Timet Office, W«llaroo, Jan. 24/ 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 4s 8d to 4$ 9d. . End ina—Wlieat, 43 7£d to 4s 8£d. Moonta—Wheat, 4s 7d ot 4s 8d. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s 7d to 4e7id. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 7id to 4s 8d. Barunga flap—Wheat, 4s 6Jd. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 6d The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— JFlour, £11 5s to £1110s per ton, and 24b per bag, cash. Bran, le 2H per bushel-per ton. Pollard, Is 3£d per bushel per ton. ■ o—. Register Office, Monday, Jan. 23. The wheat market le rsteady. .at 4s lOJd f.o.b. at Port Adelaide. The urgent demand to complete ressels is about oyer for the present, and shippers generally ere not anx ious to. operate at current rates, there being no margin for Bhipmcnt to Europe. The competition t>p couutry chiefly between the xmilers continued, ^nd prices are well main tained. Flour is steady at £10 10s'to £10 J5s for ordinary and £11 Sb to £1110s for feeding brands. Bran, Is 2d; pollard, Is...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. A severe shock of an earthquake was felt at Omea yesterday. A mao named Smith was garrotted by larrikins in CoIHngwood, last night, and robbed. One of the depredators has been arrested. The first and second class passengers by the Garonne have been released from quarantine to-day. The third class will probably be liberated on Thursday. A determined suicide by the wife of a fruiterer in Collins street,occurred to day. She procured strychnine and declared her intention to commit suicide, swallow ing the poison, and before the doctor could arrive ahe was dead. A wealthy _gentleman while returning from Sandhurst to Melboarbe lost £2,000 to strangers while gambling in the train on the journey. The money has not been paid over ; and the loser. offers £1,000 in settlement of the claims " j The Government has applied for two ] hundred and fifty feet of space in the Bordeaux Exhibition, but no reply has as. yet been received. Sydney, Tue...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882

Time signal on tbeGaveraraentilagstafrat ' »'«*■ Harbour-Mastert residence the" flag ~S, fwit tf mdred,) irilllie hoisted to the mast ..Ajr) every Sunday morning at- fivfc minutes ♦o r ght j clock, Adelaide mfean timb, Jind on the instant of eighto'clock. the fl*]g#»tl drop cp»"C8ponding to (Jreenwirfj meantime >LOi» 4?m 38 7s. After the time Bignalj^s Jietiji''1 made the Trm<MKjacTcwiH be hoisS^i J. OABSON Otwerror. -

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