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WANTS OF TICKERA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

WANTS OF TICKERA. (to tttr editgb of the wallaeoo times.) I Sib—I wish to call jour attention to the hardships sgttlers in the district rorth of j Peek Weela—Tickera—are subject to. Eter. I since the Gorernment tooktbe money for rent of the.scrq.b land3,'nothing has been done. Not eren a road way cleared through the impenetrable forest! JTo water reserve laid out. True, there is a three chain road on ike ma$> but at present that is all. I would aslc how cap the lessees cloar their ground and pay *heir rent when they cannot get on their land'; I hope .some ©f the leading men of < Kadica and Wallaroo will take this matter up and «t least get the 3 chain io»d cleared for a few mileB and sptue of the high Band bills metalled —lam, &e., A TENANT OF " TERRA INCOGNITA." Tickera Scrub. '

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

Shipping* ? from wallaroo. T1 ^HB SPENOEB'S _ GULF STEAM, > SHIP OOYi, LIMITED, ' Dispatch tbeir Steamers as under, when practicable:— f FLINDERS, ; FOR POET AUGUSTA-^ SuitoayMobneng £ at 7 a.m. ° 7~ ESIU, FOE POET PIME— ] Thfbsday, (at 7 o'clock a.m. C LUBRA, POET LINCLONi Thubsday or ItoAY, at 4 o'clock p.*n. ° f FLINDEES, 1WIMI89AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—■{ i FRANBXJN, I S ATtr bd at, at 5 o'clock, p.m. "FOE ' f LUBEA, . FBANKLIN ■{ Amkbkate Thuesdats HAEBOE L At 2 p.m. Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders token. All claimB for ebort delivery or damage must be rendered within 24boure of vessels discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same iB pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers euD jcct to the clauses and exceptions on the Compopv' form of Bill of Lading- _ The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo for franklin HARBOUR. TTNTIL further noticB U the CU...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

SHIPPING N E W S. ARRIVED. Saturday. Aug. 12—Franklin, 303 ton*, Crocker, master, from Port Augusta. SanJay, Aug. 13—Lubra, ■•8.,S2i tonB, Anderson, j ■aasterfrom Port Adelaide

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Oflice, Wallaroo. 1 Tune signal on the Gorernnienl flagttaff at the Harboar-Maeter'B residence the ilag H (white and red) will be hoisted to »>fud ever; Sunday morning at fire^mrautea to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, ;and,on die instant of eight a'clock, the flag will slro}) correBpondiu,; to Greenwich mean tiroe^rdh 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been mnrl* tu« Ilninn Jack will bt» hoisted. JY<?Afi8CHT Ob»errer.

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LARRIKINISM IN KADINA (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

LARRIKINISM IN EADINA (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WAXLAEOO TIMES') Sir,-Last night Earner's Diorama was sboarn at Kadina ; but what otherwise would have beea an excellent entertainment, was marrc-d by that direful larrikin element that .has we]] nigh put a stop to attendance on those places by respectable folk. What those creatures mean by taking possession of a whole room and acting in a manner that they can hii*. knowa-is annoying to others is not easy of solution. Then, as at other times, " Fool's corner" was filled with a Tudey^iaoisy rabble, who, Although they paid the lowest charge made" for Entrance, kept "up a clatter with their ffeet like a -t Devil's tatoo on a kettle-dram," which, with other noises, at times drowned the excellent music. During the intervals they smoked their pipes freely, until the atmospliere was saturated with tobac co fumep. Indeed, whatijn their absence would have been an enjoyable evening was.rendered most uncomfortable by their presence—pro ducing.ihe fee...

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

POLICE COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD. Fbiday, 11th August. 1832. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq.. S.M., and George C. Hubble, Esq., J.P.) • Crown Lands' Ranger ». Sampson—De pasturing 1 liorss on the travelling Btock reserve Fined 2s, jrnd cost*, in all 13s. Same v. AMerwan—Depasturing 7 head grefit.^attl^ oa icierre. Jfjned' lAssrand costs, in all 25s. Same vrjEhm'.el—Depasturing-?- bosses on reserve. " ^ Pined 14s, and eostir, in all 30s. Same v. Gijfney—Depasturing 4 head great cattle on res fre. Fined 8s,"and costs, in all 19s. Same v. Forrest—Depasturing 2000 sheep on reserve. Fined £20, coits in all £21 12s 6d. Tozer v. Agnes Rei<f—Aged 9£, and John Reid, aged 7^ years, assault and beating Alfred Earnest Tozer agad 6 years. The defendants were sent to the Industrial School as neglected children—Agnes until she ie 18years, and John until be is 16 vears old.

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PUBLIC MEETINGS AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

PUBLIC ; MEETINGS AT WALLAROO. A public meeting was held in the Institute Sail, Wallaroo, on Monday evening,, to take into consideration the proclamation issued by the Marine Board relative to the unsaTe con dition of the old jetty at Wallaroo. There •was a good attendance, and the Major occupied the chair. The Chatbmait referred to the suitability of the old jetty for the coasting trade, and deprccated the idea of abandoning a jetty a large portion of which had but recently been repiled and strengthened. There "Would be no need for a large expenditure in completing repairs, as he thought a quantity of the timber necessary was still tying on the wharf. Mb John Bath proposed the first resolu tion as follows.;—That this meeting view* . with regret the action of the Marine Board in condemning the old jetty at Wallaroo for all classes of shipping. It is much better [ adaptfd for.. small TfEsels^'jtijan tHe new one, which was.erect•d foun^.£tJj!gher, we presmu-^ with the intention of-ret...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

©ji SSSallaroo STimes. WALL AKOO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16.1682. g§T Special attention is directed to the alteration of date of Messrs Moody, Furner end Co'e. Sales at Q-reen'e Plains Eait, Kemp's Yards (Paslceville), which tare been unavoid ably postponed until (to-morrow) Thursday, August 17,1882, at one o'clock. Appointment.—We observe that Mr John Clark buB been appointed Post and Telegraph Master at Moonta, vice Mofiat dismissed. Yobee's Pbnineoia Ageictjitubai, So ciety.—The Committee meeting convened for yesterday (Tuesday), was postponed till that day week, at the same hoar. Thb Weatheb.—We bad tome fine showers on Tuesday. whioh - caused water _to ran into some of the tanks. The weather is siill very unsettled. " Abt JouenaXi."—We hare received th« July number of the Colonial jPrintera'Art Journal, which contains an exceptionally interesting list of articles. . Thb Bdsbo- Turkish Wae.— Bainer's diorama has been attracting good houses at Sadina notwithstanding the unsettled stat...

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

CLINTON DidTlilUl COUNCIL." 1 Satubday August 12, 1882. 1 Present-—Crs J. Patterson (Chairman) Barton,-Sawyers and Wfllker. Minutes of1 last meeting read and con firmed. 3From Town Clerk's Office, Adelaide, re "proposed Water Works Bill," Received. Froai Surveyor-General'a Office, requesting the baling tools to be returned, as the time ot loan liad -expired. From■ Mr"W. fowler, Yaroo, asking that a road be cleared at Sections 307, 308, 309, and 310. ; From Adelaide Hospital soliciting the usual donation. . The question of renewing boring opera tions waa ag«in discussed. TJj'e Chairman "and Cr Walter being in favour of the Council -assisting the search for water on private'-. property,' while Crs Barton and Sawyer a were favourable to them and the adjoining Councils asking the Grorer nment to try the " locality with one of their steam artesian well borers. In reply to the Council, the Clerk said he had. applied for an extension of time for the use of the tools now on hand, but had re...

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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, August 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

TTADTNA COCR/Pf)"RATION. Mojtday, August 14,1882. Present—His Worship the Mayor (Mr J. J. Christmas J.P.), Crs Blackney, Barnett, Bleakley, Nobes, Johnstone, Mitckell, arid the .Town Cltfrk. ; _ The /Ainotes of thfc previousmeeting, were r6ad ahdccriifipibiedi -rj* .Mai ;■ . - ; vASQWGIBS. • ..iLi "An apology was received from Cr Sose warne. '• ■ ■ Mayor's Repobt. The Mayor reported hating seen the Sutveyor-General on • the question of the road through the New Cornwall propertyh leading into the township, and that Mr Ctoyder had.informed him that as the surveyors were in the district his request would be complied with. The Mayor also drew attention to tho dangerous piece of wall at Mr Walters' shop, which.w.as burnt do will The Mayor also refer red the Couneil to the fact that thuby-l^ws had -been violated by some person, in depositing night soil in a place not set apart for th« pur pose, which was c'early pointed out by by-law 18. He also pointed out that the Inspector did not carr...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, August 13, 188[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Offict, Wallaroo. August 13, 1888. Wo quote wheat as follows Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. Kadina—Wheat, 6s 2Jd. Moonta—Wheat, 6a 2d. SnowtOTfn—Wheat, 6«. Barunga Gap—Wheat, fls OJ. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 6s ljd. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 6s 2d. The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo :— Flour, £14 15s to £15 per ton. 1 Bran, 1b lid per trashe' per ton. Pollard, 2s per bushel per ton. Moonta. August 0. 1882. The following are the prioes current for produoe at Moonta:— Wheat; 6s 2d per bushel, retail 7a 6d do. Bran, 1b lOd per bushel, do. 2s Od-do. Pollard, Is lid per bushel do. 2s Id do. Flour, £14 60s to £U 15s per ton, do. 31s per btg. Chaff, £ 5 6s, retail £6. Potatoes, £710 s p»r ton, do 8s to 8b 6d cwt. Dairy produce— Butter, fresh 1b 10d per lb. retail 2s do. Eggs, freeh Is Id per doz. do. Is 3(. Bacom, dairy fed 8d to 9d do. 10d to Is lb. "Register" Office, Augngt 14,1882. The wheat market ts dull, without enquiry, at 7s for parce...

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

WEATHER. Saturday, Aug. 13—Wind, 5.W., moderate, fine, Bar. 30-40. Sunday, August IS—Wind, variable, light, Bar. 3035. Monday. Aug. 14—Wiad. North, light, cloudy, Bar. 30 30. Tuesday, Aug. 15—Wind. North, strong, lain Bar. 30 05.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 16 August 1882

BIRTH. Pengellet.—At Kadina, on August 13, tlie "pife of J. H. Pengelley of a daughter.

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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form^ 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. I Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. j D. & A. E. TAYLOE. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. KADINA BOTTLING ESTABLISHMEMENT. (Opposite the Hading Medical Hall). TAYLOR-STREET. E. J UL IFF JPJAS ON SALE, A!o And Porter, at per dozen... 7« to 8s. Wines,*per dozen, from 12* upwards Also, til kinds of Spirits and Cordials. AH orders received by post, or otherwise, ' will hare prompt attention.

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

wallaroo tarass CHURCH. ' ANNIVERSARY! SERVICES. ; tllHS ANNIVERSARY SERVICES in . , connection with the above Church, will be held on SUNDAY, AUGUST 20,1882, Morning, at 11—Rev. R. M. HUNTER. A*TEEfroojr, at 2.30—Rev. M. HUNTER. Kvxkixg, at 6—Esr. C. T. NEWMAN. MONDAY, AUGUST 11,188Sh TEA at 5 o'clock, And PUBLIC MEETING at Seyan o'clock. Chaieman—THOS. DAVIS, Esq., J .P. ; Speakers—Eor». J. H. Wiliisms, T. MWelj, John Lloyd sod O. T. Neiratsn, ^ - Collection! at all the Serricea in aid of th# Trust fundi, NOTICE.- All GOATS, PIGS, FOWLS, &c., FOUND TRESPASSING on Sections No. 1094 and 14 Hundred Wallaroo, on and after this date will be destroyed. ELISHA MAYNE, Near Bald Hills. TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OB1 HALLEIT. AND BUEEA. "1 OOKOUT! WILLIE STEEL,the ■" ^ Loyal Scotch Temperance Minstrel is coming with his Wheelbarrow. The horses eeem to be like Balaam's Ass—tbey are avenging justice on account of oppression,^ ie and vile deception. Be considerate! " Bles«ed are the merciful, ...

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FREEMASONRY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HOBART MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

EEEEMASONRY. TO THE EDITOF OF THE HOBAUT MERCURY. Sib,—I have read with great interest those"really instructive letters anent Free masonry, which have lately appeared in your columns, written by " A Catholic," and " A-Christian," tercns which, it'is to be hoped, mean the same thing, if not the eatne ..man. The opinions and facts so lacidly set forth in those letters, I strongly endorse, andwish to add my humble tes timony to theirs in denouncing what may justly be termed " a giant evil." A short time ago, I was myself initiated in the dreadtul mysteries of the Masonic -Craft, and I-intend in furtherance of C. and C'b laudable object, in this letter, to expose the devilries and unholy doings of that abominable crew of miscreants, who entrapped me by their plausible tongues, into joining their villainous band. When I was ushered into the room where their nightly orgies were held, X was told to jjut my hands behind me and bow three times, in honor of " Kadosch," "Nickim,"' aud '* Cutti...

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POLICE COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY August 18, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq.,S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

POLICE GOUET—MOOKTA. Ebeday August 18,' 1883: f (Before Ji B.BhephMdsDn,EBq,,S.M.) I Crown Lands Manger e. Cliff—Depastarlifg one head of cattle on the tiavelling stock retenre. /_ ^*\£.- .. ; Fined 2*and costs in all 14s 6d. ■AM. ***■/ feMaSfa-- v^. JPorfi—Depasturing 1 oow_ an . fi|RneqMB'.aTicl costs in all 14a 63. ^^ames^Sanders—Depasturing 2 cows oa ' ^^pine^S. aJid costs, in all 163 6d." . :§^uraP& Sa&locic .was. .charged With ob»ttuc£ing John Firea-sh," Corporation Inspector, in the «xecutioa of his duty, arid pleaded not guilty. - John IPiveash,. deposed that -he was an officer of The Corporation. On the 5(h <ky of August-lastr iie -was* at work on Blyth Terrace, near the* Corporation tank. Had -made a-dam-to rcanyn jriie -ffatec to rjjn, into the tank. He left . for a time, and on his roturn he saw itrs'fiaylock and a man on theirbut" and stood bsfore the jiatzi. Jr^'e ta®n W?5D was behiud Sirs .Hay lockilooped down and ptillel away some larg9 ttO...

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MAGISTRATES COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdaon, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

MAGTSTBA.TES COUBT—KADDTA. j Wednesday, August 1'6, 1882. s (Before J. B. Shepherdaon, Esq., S.M.) , T. JBurchell—Was charged by B. Man Clarke, Inspector under the Corporation, with unlawfully allowing cattle to stray in the streets of Kadina. j Fined 10s arid costs, in all 28s. 1 Crown JjandJ Haytgir t). Davey. Defendant was charged with allowing two head of horses to graze on the travelling stock retervk Bald Hills, and pleaded guilty. | Pined 2e per head and costs, in all 31a. 1

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq,, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

LOCAJj COUBT—R4.DINA.. Wednesday, August 16, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq,, S.M.) Christmas y. Long—tJ.J.S. claim for £9 15s 9. ! An order was mads for 30s next pay day; balance at 10s per month. • Phillips y. Condon—U J.S. claim for £7 15b fd. j Order for 20s per month, first payment to be made within three weeks from next Saturday. ----- j

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