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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form, 'jfiie terms in future will be as fol lows :— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) 3s. So. do. credit (postage included) ... ... .. 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered i& advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOB. Times OfSee, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. KADINA BOTTLING ESTABLIS H M E M ENT. (Opposite (lie Kadina Medical Hall). TAYLOR-STREET. E. J inC iff JJAS ON SALE, Ale and Porter, at per dozen... 7a to 8s. Wioes. per dozen, from ... ... 12« upwards Also, all kinds of Spirits and Cordials. .All orders received by post, or otherwise, will hare prompt attention.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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THE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS BILL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES') [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICTS BILL. (to THE EDITOB OF THE WAXIiAKOO TIMES') Sir,—I am rep orted in your last issue to have said, at a public meeting held at Maitland on thev31st inst, that the. deputation from Wallaroo to wait on the Government, were advocating that Southern Yorke's Peninsula should be added to the Flinders. I said no such thing. What I did say is as follows : " That a deputation had that morning left Wallaroo, for Adelaide, to advocate the District of Wallaroo being divided into three Districts,—viz, Wallaroo and the farming districts surrounding it, Moonta, Clinton, and Tipara. forming a district, and that Mr Furner io the House had suggested that a part of Flinders, should be added to Soutiiern Yorke's Peninsula. I also-said, and still maintain, if Tipara and Clinton be added to Moonta, tbey would to all intents and purposes be disfranchised, and their names may be as well off the roll as on it. As for Wal laroo, and the districts North I had;! nothing to say, I think ...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

CJjt StoUafflc Ciwrts. YTA.LIiA.BOO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. The action of the Marine Board in con demning the old jetty; as we anticipated, does not meet with the approval of the inhabitants, and they are taking steps to place a protest before the Government on the subject. By the report of the Marine Board proceedings the intention appeared to be to proclaim it unsafe for vessels of large tonnage; which really meant that only the part of the jetty occu pied by these was unsafe. To this there could have been no objection -offered ; although the wisdom of abandoning a part of the jetty that could be strengthened at a comparatively slight ; cost is doubtful. But it seems utterly absurd to condemn the jelty for all classes of shipping in the way the Board has done ; as the first five hundred feet—that used by steamers and coasters is as strong as il ever was, having been repaired and strengthened within the past four years. This week the old jetty has been particularly busy: the Sk...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

EXPORTS. Per Flinders, 90 tons Blimea. £ and A Uopper Company. Per Franklin, 22 Hidea, 0 Bales Sheep skin*, Crompton. Lot empties.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

IMPORTS. Kx Franklin, cargo for Moonta, 8 Bastian, 104 J. H. Bennett, 20 Buzza, 2 Derrington. 2 Dawson. 2 JDawe & Got o eworihy, 3 Gueat, 3 Grnmmett, 1 George, 2 Emerson, 32 Hague, 89 Haylock, 3 Jewell, 14 James, 2 Lord, 91 Lawry, Bros,. 7 Moor.ta Mines Company, 33 O. H. Martin, 20 H. llart n, 12 Mitchel 4 Co., 20 E & A Copper Compy., 2 Philips, 2 Peters, 69 Ponhall, Matthews and Company, 9 Pollard and Cowling, 4 Ryan, 46 li. Eodda, 6 Stephens, 105 Smith, 8Tonkin, 36 Thomas Bros , 37 Veicoe, 2i Wearne, 5 Woolcock, 5 E. Wbitford, 101 Whitford & Co.

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ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

ELDER'S WOOL & PilODUCE COY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. The Produce market lias been rather quiet during the week, but (here is a good demand for butchers' and station produce. Wool.—There hare not been any sales of wool during the week. Fellmongers' lots of scoured are worth Is 2d to Is 4d per lb-, and greasy wools bring from 5d to 9d per lb, according to quality. . Sheepskins.—The demand is brisk, and ■well saved skins'are selling at up to 5s each. Fellmongere want all that tliey can get to keep their hands employed, and Talues are therefore likely to be sustained until the early ■wools are nvaiiah'e. Hides.—At our sale last Friday we sub mitted a considerable quantity, and obtained full prices, heavy hides bringing up to 5$d per lb., and lighter sorts from 3d to 5d. Taixow and Fat.—Best mutton tallow, in shipping condition, is worth £34 to £36 per ton, and best and mixed £32 to £34 per ton ; small odd lots bring from 27s to 33a per cwt, and fat sella at ftom 2d to 3d per lb...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo. August 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo. August 12, 1882. lhe wheat market continues very iair, and lata prices are fully maintained. SLooks of wheat are low and as several orders have been received from other colonies we expect to see present rates con tinue if not increase. One miller in South Austra lia now finds great diffloulty in procuring supDlies Of wheat, and we have no doubt that in a very short time most of our mills will bo idle. We quote wheat at Port Adelaide, shipping parcels 7s, farm parcels 6s 3d. On the Peninsula no prices are quoted for parcels at present but no doubt 6s 6d could be procured ; while small lets command 6s 3d. We quote wheat as follows Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. Kadina—Wheat, 6s 2Jd. Moonta—Wheat, 6s 2d. gnowtown—Wheat, 6a. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 6s 0}. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 6s lid. Green's PlainB West—Wheat, 6s 2d. The following are the prloes current for produoe at Wallaroo :— Floar, £14 16s to £15 per ton. Bran, Is lid per bushel pi>r ton.' F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

i o •TEAtBf;^B"*rir£;s^A'so,N: SIE ; * this ihorocg aai& ad blood horse; Will Travel for the Season thropgh the following Districts.—namely, Ardrossari. Curramulka, Port Vincent,, Yorkeiown. Minlaton, Mount Bat, and Maitland, com mencing onjtbe 20th day of August, and ending on the 1st day -of November, continuing there rounds etery ninth day. — PEDIGREE.— SIR JAMES is a beautiful Black, stands 16 bands high, bred by Mr Gerrard. Sire—TreageaRJe imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fsherman. imported, out of Jennie imported. SIR JAMES is Guaranteed a sere 'Foal getter TERMS: Single Mare, £8; Two Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3s., payable January 31, 1883. P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, " Port Wakefield. SIR JAMES ~ rg^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 in the season all mares will be insured. Pedigree—SIR JAMES is a beautiful black, stands 16 bunds high ;...

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. Moonta, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

LOCAL TELEGJRAMS. Moonta, Tuesday ereiiin#. A. public meeting was held in the Council Chamber this afternoon at which the Mayor presided, to consider the advisability or otherwise of forming a Benevolent Society. The attendance waa fair. -Hi# Worship taring expressed the objects of the meeting and urged the necessity for sueh a society, said that the sum .of £20 was alreudy in hand which would form a nucleus of a fund. A resolution was moved by Mr J. J. Beare seconded by Mr J. U. Corpe affirmly the desirability of the formation of such a society, also that it be called the Moonta Benevolent Society. The proposition was carried. The Mayor was elected. President; Captain Hancock, vice* President; Doctor James, Treasurer; and a committee of seventeen gentlemen, in cluding all resident clergymen in the neighbourhood, was appointed, and they will-'meet once in each month. A secretary and collector were also appointed* The subscription tobe sot less than 5s per annum. A vote of thanks to ...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday 8, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday 8, p.m. Hay tread has been sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment. His Honor se> verely rebuked the prisoner's counsel for insulting behaviour during the summing op. Thomas Sinclair, manager of the Gladstone Aroated Water Company, charged with embezzlement, was ac quitted. There is another charge yet to be heard against him. It has been raining all day. A telegram from Glen Ines, New South Wales, states that a resolution was passed at a public meeting inviting the delegate from the South Australian Farmers' Association to visit that district: Mr Bower in the House to-day called attention to the case of the Java vessel Maria. The Government promised to make enquiry, and to communicate the result to the Java Government. The Committee of Supply resumed to-day. Some members strongly urged that an additional amount should be set down for Immigration, Mr Furner rigor ously opposed the proposal. Mr Glyde , repeated his vie <7 that free Immigration, e...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

SAILED. Friday, Aug. 11—Cupel I a, 73 tons, UlarK, master, for Moonta Bay. Saturday, Aag. 12—Franklin, a.8.', 395 tons, Crocker, master, for Fort Adelaide. Sunday, Aug. 13—I*obr», ■.•., 231 tons, Ander eon, aaeler, tor Fort Augusta. Snnday, Aug. 13—Charles and Arthur, 170 tons Began t, master, for Hobart.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGEAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGEAMS. VIGTOEIA. Melbourne. Tuesday.. The polling on the licensing question ba* resulted, nearly all over the colony, in large majorities against any increase in the number of licensed houses during the nest three years. At Hamilton, however, the voting ■" wai two to one in favor of an increase.:. v .

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Royal Shepherd—Cargo for Wallaroo—a w.». Works. * Harbor Mas tar, 43 DavieB ft Co., 8 North and Harman, 6* Go-Operative Society, 2 Croplej, 7 Levidc, 14 Burpee, 2 frjro, 2 Darke, 7 Burton, 7 Kicliar^son, 2 Bollmcyer, 10 Graves. 165 Bath, 36 Order, 36 Carr, 3 Taplin, 1« S B. Smith, 20 Mara tona, 60 R. B. Smi4h,~tiiBber Bed unary- For K&dina— 2 Williams, 48 Ford. 4 Baddy, 2 Gaskeli, 10 B&va«tt, 50 Secombe, 4 Anson. 9 Troscott. 3 Hall, 5 Haccock, 1 Golaswortby, 7 Tregloan, 24 jRodda, 3 Qainton, 40 Hosewarne, 2 Brown, €0 T.H. Hall. For SnowLowa—1 Ketohford. 8 Barrett.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, August 15. Received, August 16, 12.45 am. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

NJflWS. TELEGRAMS. ; 'Xfondon, August 15. I * deceived, August 16,12.45 am. The medical advisers of Hit Koyal Highness the Prince of Wales have con sidered it-accessary order Wm to Ger many, owing to r the unfavourable state of his health, to partake of "the celebrated m'me ralwater sof country. The^-reported agitation in Morocco Is unfounded. • • • A French newspaper correspondent has -been arrested in Alexandria, owing to a Tiolation of the rules which hare been laid down, in connection with special cor* - respondents attending the movements of the army. • It IB said that fever is prevalent at pre* sent in Aribi'i camps. .The Italian Antarctic expedition has been wrecked -in rounding Cape Horn. The crew was fortunately rescued by an English yenel. The team of Cricketers which has been formed under the captaincy of the Hon, Ivo Blyth, for the purpose of visiting the colonies, will leave England on September 14. The British resident has been instructed te refuseto recognise the rece...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

EXPORTS. Per Franklin, for Port August*—100 tons copper for transhipment in " Beitana." Per Royal Shepherd, for Port-Adelaide—100 tons flour, Styles, and Sundries. Ord«r. ■ ■

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LOCAL COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD, FRIDAY, 11th August, 1882. (Before J. Shepherdson, Esq, S.M., and George C. HUbbl[?] Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

LOCAL COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD, Friday, JLltli Ajuguat, 1882. (Before J. Shepherdson, E»q , S.M., and - G-eorse G.-Hahblo Esa.v J.P.*) ■ ■ Sedgley ,r. 0!Mbailt, TJ.J.S. for £28 19*. Adjourned for a raontb. Dixon t. SPEua, • Sene.—U:J.S. for £2 9a 6d. * Order to pay 20s per month.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. Maratona, irom Natal, Wan, from Port Adelaide. Skyro, from Newcastle.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, August 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

WALtiROO CORPOTtiTIOjr. I WEDNESDAY} August 9,-.]1882. Present—The Mjgr<wr*;{Mr -D. Bews, J.P.)j Crs.: Masfcera. Phillips, Chatfield, Olipbant, Bird, Try®..Bath, Walkley and the'To»n Glerk. _ 3 Minutes read andconErmed. s . "• Mayoe's Eepobt. Tbe Mayor reported that since tbe last meeting of the Corporation, in accordance vrith a resolution which was passed, lie had in-company-with- -the PubHcWarks Committee met tbe Kesident Engineer, on the road in front of the Castom House. ..The. result of. that interview was that, the Resident Engineer recommended that a. letter should be addressed to him, explain ing what the Council wanted, which he would forward on to the Engineer-in Cbief for that officer's approval or other wise. That had been done, but he had not heard any more about it. He then referred to the fence to be erected by the Government at the south side of the Pa<*k Lands adjoining the Moonta iine. The Sesident Engineer had for warded him a plan shewing t...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. lloonta, ahip, from ^Newcastle. Kalahome, from Newcastle. Franklin, Tram Port Adelaide. FJicd«r«, from Fort Adelaide,

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