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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

S H I P PI N G NE W S. .ARRIVED. Saturday. Aop. - 16—Franklin, E.fl., 393 tone, Crocke master, from Port Augusta. Sunday, August 20—Lnbra, 224 tons, Anderson, master, from Port Adelaide.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

tihe signal. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. J tomfi signaft oathe Gorernjnent flagstaff at the ffarboar-Master's resioeticeihe flag H ; (white and rad) will be hoisted to themast ..ead every Sunday morning at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide meantime, and on «he instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop corresponding to Greenwich mean time 10li 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will hoioted. J. CARSON Observer.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. I O'Farrell, who attempted to shoot Arcbbisbop Goold, the Boman Catholic Prelate of Melbourne, affects to treat the affair very lightly ; and says that he is not at all afraid of being punished, as he ig {satisfied the Archbishop will not prosecute. The Archbishop has to-day been visited by numerous friends and Church dignitaries, as veil as receiving congratulatory telegrams from all parts of the colony. The Archbishop has quite recovered from the'--shock his system received.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, August 21. Received 23rd 12.30. a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.; London, August 21. ■ Received 23rd 12.30. a.m. The Suez Canal was occupied at 'all points before the arrival of the latest reinforcements. Alexandria and the canal will be the future bases of operation. - - Ten—thousand camels are -being collected at Suez. M. de Lesseps is protesting persistently against the occuaption of the canal. His action is being severely commented upon, aod several sections of tbe press advise his arrest. Leigh Smith's Arctic expedition has landed at Aberdeen, all well. From an account given by the Commander it appears they reached Eira last August, when the vessel was nipped. After wintering the wreck was abandoned, and the men rowed and sledged until they reached Nora Zembla, where Sir Allen Young, the noted Arctic navigator, rescued them. Thirteen arrests hare been made in connection with the late massacre in Connemara. The fifth victim is dead, but the sixth is recovering. . The Pittsburg iron workers who struck for an in...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1882. (Before the Mayor (Mr John J. Christmas, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

Tuesday, August 22.1882 (Before the Major (Mr John J. Christmas, J.P/> Charles Miller was charged with being drunk in a public place in Kadina. on the 21st. Fined 5a or 3 days imprisonment. The same defendant was alio charged with resisting the Police in the execution of his duty, lined 20s costs of information 5s in all 25s; or 7 days imprisonment.

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POLICE—COURT KADINA. MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1882. (Before the Mayor (Mr John J. Christmas, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

POLICE—COURT KADINA. Monday, August 21, 1882. (Before the Mayor (Mr John J. Christmas, J. P.) Jeremiah Held was charged on the informa tion of F.C. Samuel Chrietopher Hughes, with being drunk and incapable, on the afternoon of Sunday, August 20. The defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 5s.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. Mb Fceneb lias called the attention of the Commissioner of Crown Lands (o the un satisfactory condition of the dam at East Moonta. Sib G-abnet Wolesly, in leaving Alexandria, proceeded first to Port Said, where he landed a small force and disarmed the native population, a work that met willi no resistance. Mb White of the Beeibeds, who, it will be rememebered, some years ago waged a war with the Hindmarsli tanners, on account of the polution of the Torrens, has now issued a writ against the Adelaide Corporation, on account of tbeir damming the stream, and thus preventing the natural flow—thus inflecting an injury on those persons living below the weir, who depend on the river for a supply. The Corporation has instructed its solicitor to defend. "SEEI0TT3 Accident to Mb Rignold.— The othar night, at Drury Lane Theatre (says a Liverpool payer) a circumstance unhappily occurrcd which furnished a most tragical comment on the presumptuous boast of the Thane of Cawdor, " Sw...

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MOONTA AGRICULTURAL HORTICULTURAL AND FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

MOONTA AGRICULTURAL HORTI CULTURAL AND FLORICULTU RaL SOCIETY. A meeting of the Committee of the above society was held in the Institute Hall, on Monday evening last, to arrange tbe prize list for the November Show, and to consider Mr France's notice of motion—viz., That a mulleniziDg match be held duriug this year. The at tendance was small, considering the business to be attended to. In the absence of the President and vice President, Mr Emerson was voted to the Chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the Chairman called upon the Secretary to read the prize list as recommended by the sub-committees appointed to consider the different sections. The alterations made were chiefly in sections A. and F. In section A, class 19. Best Roadster or Hack to be transferred to Class 20, and Best Hunter to be struck out, and a first and second prize to be given for Best Roadster Entire. Additions were also made to tbe blood stock, first and second prize for Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

KADINA BOTTLING ESTABLISHMEMENT. (Opposite the Kadiua Medical Kail). TAYLOR-STREET. E. JULOE JJAS ON SALE, Ale sod Porter, at per dozen... 7s to 8s. Wines, per dozen, from 12a upward* Also, all kinds of Spirits and Cordials. All orders receired by post, or otherwise, will have prompt attention. SOTICE TO THEPUBLIG. To-iay 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. Subscriptions v. ill only be considered in. advance if paid during the .first month ill each quarter. 1). &.A. F. TAYLOR. ' Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,18S2. PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, WALLAROO. SPECIAL SERVICES ii connection with the Primitive Methodist Sabbath :S<-i ool, Wallaroo, will be held on SUNDAY August 27, 1882. when SERMONS will be -preached as follows :— In the Mobning, at 11.—Mb BECK of Kadina. Afteknoon at 2.30—The Re...

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ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COMPY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COMPY. Asbliidb Pboducb Rbpobt. We have no change of importance to chronicle in the state of our market during the past week. Station and batchers' pro duce keeps in good demand, but there is uo business doing in breadstuff's. Wool —The small lots now offering meet with a ready sale. Shearing is "in active operation on the northern and river stations, and gome few lota of new wool haTe already come to hand. We intend holding our oponing wool sain at Port Adelaide next month, and from advices received we expect a larger attendance of English and foreign buyers. Sheepskins.—The demand keeps very brisk, fellmongera still competing kecnU for well saved skins, which fetch from 5s to 5s 6d each. Hides —There is a rather better demand. Heavy well-flayed hides are worth 4Jd to 5d per lb, and ordinary ditto 3£ to 4d per lb. Tailow and Fat.—As usual, at this season, the supply of tallow is only small, and all lots offering, whether for local use or shipment, mee...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

€\)t Wallaioc Ctnws. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23,1882. That enlightened body, the Marine Board, has a most intelligent way of dealing with matters that happen to come under their jurisdiction. In reply to the- resolutions passed at the public meeting hi Id at Wal - laroo on Monday week last, the following characteristic reply has beeii received:— Marine Board office, Port Adelaide, 19th August, 1882. Sib,—I have to acknow ledge receipt of your communication dated 15th instant, conveying resolutions that had been passed at a public meeting held at Wallaroo on the 14th instant, and in reply I am desired to inform you that the Board do not feel justified in recom mending any expenditure for repairing the Old Jetty ; and also that they do not prohibit small vessels—provided it is distinctly understood that they do so en-" tirely at their own risk, from using the Old Jetty.—I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient scrrant, W. Biech, Pro. Secretary. This specitr en of liberality is i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

CON G-RE G-ATI ON A.L.CHURCH, KADINA. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. j^tlSRMONS wiU be preached as under, on ^5 fcUNDAY, August 27. Mourning at 11—Eef. O.COPLAND, of Norih Adelaide. Afteekoos 2 30—Ret. C. T. NEWMAN. Fvehikg 6 20—Rev. O. COPLAND. On WEDNESDAY a PUBLIC TEA will bo held at 5 o'clock, and a PUBLIC MEET ING in the ercning. Chair to be taken at 7 o'clock. Addresses by the Revs. John Lloyd, J. H. Williams, T. McNeil, T. Kjte, C. T. Newman and W. Davidson. Collections at each Service.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

INST IT UT E HA LL, WALLABOO. THM EVENING, AUGUST 23,1882. Marvelous success of GEORGIE TB~K SMITHSON GEORGES GREAT SMITHSON GEORGIE - FEMALE SMITHSON GEORGIE MACCABE SMITHSON Assisted by a Powerful Company, in her. Monologue Entertainment, entitled " KaleiscoteriecosmograpMc/' In which she sustains many characters, with appropriate songs, rapidly changing costume, character, voice, and dialect. GIFTS will be. given away without the elements of chancc, consisting of Watches, Jewellery, Dresses, Furniture, Sewing Machines, Tea and Dinner Services, Electro plated Ware, Ladies' Silk Dresees, Oleographs, and other useful articles too numerous to particularise. Miss Georgie Smitbson, during her tour through this District will give away articles to the amount of £300. Prices of Admission aB usual. MAITLAND, August 24. MINLATON, August 25. YORKETOWN, August 26 and 28. MOONTA, August 31, and Sept. 1 and 2. ELADINA, September 4. 5 and 6. A. J. MOORE, Agent. INSTITUTE HALL, WALLAROO. FOB SIX ...

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RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT KULPARA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT XULPARA. T&e annual meeting ot the ratepayers for the district of Kulpara, was held at the Travellers' Rest Hotel, Kulpara, on Tuesday evening, August 22. There was a fair attendance, and the Chairman of the District Council, Mr G-. F. Danniel, was voted to the Chair. Thb Chaibman said it was always the custom to hold an annual meeting in order not only to let the ratepayers know what they were doing, bat alio to afford them an opportunity of bringing forward any wants that they might hare. Thb Clbbk the* read the - balance sheet ajid explained that although the books were audited and signed, the auditors had not at the time of their sitting signed the balance sheet, as there were fir* Touchers for money which bad been paid to the well-boring party, and which had not passed through his bands, wanting. He, however, had since obtained them, but, unfortunately, one of the auditors was in Adelaide and he eould not obtain his signature in time. The Chaihmai...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, midnight. Frank Clifton, a seaman, committed suicide at Port Adelaide to-day. by taking strychnine. Unhappy domestic relations are said to be the cause. Frank S. Carroll, the proprietor of the " Lantern," was fined £2, to-day, for a breach of the Copyright Act, through j publishing " Pasquin" in the Lantern." O'Farrell was brought up in Melbourne again to-day, on the charge of attempting to murder Archbishop Goold, but was remanded for a week. The Select Committee «f members of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly visited the site of the proposed Ocean Dock to-day. It is understood they were favourably impressed. The Great Cobar mine shows a balance of £81,114 on. the half year's workings.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Friday, Received Saturday 12 20 a.m. OCCUPATION OF RAMESES [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

LATEST NEWS. • ' vt'v EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, Friday, Received Saturday 12 20 a.m. OCCUPATION OF RAMESES The British troops have been success ful in their it arch, and have occupied Sameses. There was a sharp engage ment in which the rebels were repulsed.

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KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TUESDAY, August 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. Tuesday, Aiigu&t 22. 1882. Present—Mr Q-. P. Daniel (Chairman,) Crs Young, Mills, McDonald and Mr Willahire, Clerk, Minute* of last meeting read and con firmed. Oveeseeb reported having inspected tbe Contract for fencing in the South Hummock's reservoir, which waB completed. He, however, regretted to hear that «Dce he had seen the work, the corner posts had lifted ; and he would desire the contractor to attend to the matter. Received. Clerk reported that up to the present time no replj had been received in regard to the reservoirs applied for; '-nor to the dividing of Sections 122 and 123. That he had|received a telegram from the Surveyor General Btating that the question of extension of time for the use of the boring tools was still under consideration. Mr F. Baulderstone applied for a road to be cleared north of section 110 N and 111. Resolved that tenders be called for the work. Mr Haidajte applied for permission to ereet gates across road betwee...

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THE LAND LEAGUERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

THE LAND LEAGUERS. The supporters of the Land Leaguers in America bare sent Egan seven thousand dollars last quarter in aid of the League. They hare denounced O'Donoran Bossa as an informer.

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ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONERS FOE IRELAND. Thirty-two assistant Commissioners have been appointed for Ireland, at salaries of £400 per annum. This step has been necessarj in order to bring up the arrears of work that has accumulated in the Land Courts.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 26 August 1882

IMPOSTS. I Ex Boyal Shopherd-.—Cargo for Wallaroo—27 ■Ka-ls-honie, 3 Smelting Works, 5 Brtatow6,37 and 3 tons pie iron and timber, itavies and Co., 3 North and Hahnsn, 16 Co-Operaiive Society, 8 Cropley, 7 IievidOj 4 and 148 pipes, 783^.bri.olcsl Heath, 11 Burpee, 3 Try e. 31 May, 4 B or ton, 12 Richardson, 6 Bo limey or, 3 Darke, 30 Bath, 10 and timber, 8ed nnary, 4 Smith. For finomtown—32 Barrett. For. Kadina—26 Williams, 20 Ford, 6 Baraett, 18ecombe 3 Anson, 1 Jnlifie, 23- Hall, 17 Qninton. 20 Kose irarne. 2 D. Biown. S Horwood and Co., 2 Glasson, 16 T. H. Hall. 37 Korilla Mine.

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