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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. The Post Pnara Corporation, by a poll of the ratepayers, lass been empowered to raise a loan up to £3,000 for pnblic works. Fbank Q-aedinab, the notorious bush ranger, is once more dead, according to an account given by a recent arrival from California. A Sbeigus strike of shipwrights has taken place on the Clyde in the great shipbuilding yards. There are 3,000 men standing out for an advance in wages. Soke Yalttable Prizes in the shape «f munitions of ^ai* and other things, have been captured by the British troops at the taking of Ramses, Neably 40,000,000 gallons of proof spiritB were distilled in Q-reat Britain last year. This does not indicate great progress in the tlie temperance movement. The Duke of Connaught in command of the Q-uards was among the attacking forces at Ramses, and His Highness is highly com mended for the skilled manner in which he handled his brigade. aJewsfapeb Postage.—The Kapunia, Herald points out that—"Of the small amount received by the G...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COMPY. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

ELDER'S WOOL & PRODUCE COMPT Adelaide Pkodoce Rbpoet. Business has been quiet during the past week. Wool, skins, &c., still 'meet with a ready sale, but there is no improvement to' report in the demand for "wheat and flour. Wool.—The small lots of greasy now offer ing are eagerly bought by fellmongera, and realise from 6£d to VJd per lb." The Tjondon sales opened on the 22nd inst, and it is gratifying to note thst notwithstanding the imbroglio in Egypt, and the large quantity to be sold (some 360,000 bales), prices are on a par with thoBe of the laBt series.—SHEEP SKIN'S,—The demand still keepB brisk, and well-woolod skins, in good condition, fetch as high n» 5s 5d to 5s 64 each.—Hides.—Prices rale on a par with last week's rates, heaviest being worth from 4Jd to 5d per lb., and mediums 3Jd to 4id lb.—Tallow and Fat. —The supply keeps short.—We quote beit mutton tallow, in casks fit for shipment, £35 to £36 per ton; beef and mixed do, £32 to £34 per ton ; and small l...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

IMPOSTS. i JEx Moonta from Newcastle—886 tons Coal..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

BIRTH. Gosse.—On the 27th August, at Wallaroo, the wife of J. Gosse, of a son. MARRIAGE. Hagedobn—Thomas.—On the 24th August, at Mr T. Sara's residence, by Key. John Llojd, Hermann August Hagedorn, of Port Augusta, to ^Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr T. Thomas, of Wallaroo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

TO TRAVEL FOR THE SEASON. THIS r^OEOUGHBSEAD BLDOD HORSE Win Travel jorthe Sefeeoh itrongh tlie following Districts;—namely, Ardrossan, Curramulkft, Pott; Vincent, - Yorlietown. Minlaton, MountRat, and Maitland, com raepcingon the 20th day August; and ending on the 1st day «f Kovembee, continuing these ifouriels evierj; ninth, day. . , ■<]>.' • ; — PEDIGREE.— SIR JAMES ir a beautiful Black, stands 16 bands high, bred by Mr Gerrard. Sire—Treageagle imported. Dam—Jessie, by Fshermao, imported, oat of Jennie imported. SIB JAMES is Guaranteed a sere Foal getter TERMS: Single Mare, £3; Two Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3s., payable January 31,1883^ P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, • Port Wakefield. SIB JAMES is thoroughbred blood borse will serve mares the following season at tbe Homestead, near Port Wakefield, from tbe 2nd November to tbe 2nd December. On account of being so late in tbe season 11 mares trill be insured. . Pedigbee—SIR JAMES is a beautiful black, stands 16 hands hi...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. I VernVam, from Newcastle. Saxon, h&rque.from Newcastle.. J. Tj. Hall, from Newcastle. Pbaoix, from Fort Adelade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

NOTICE TO THEsPUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged! form. The terms in fnt.nrfl will Tin ax fol lows.*— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... ... ... : 4s. Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. &;A. P. TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. Adelaide, Nor. 2 1881. S. MARSHALL & SONS, BUNDLE STREET. ADELAIDE, Sole Agents in South Australia for the famous Smith American Organs, HAYE APPOINTED. J. M. ROSENBERG, of-Kadina, WATCHMAEIEB AND JEWELLER, —THEtR AGENT— EbB TfiAT Towsv • Any instrument may bo purchased for Cash or on terms—rix., 12, 18, or 24 monthly payments. Catalogues and latest Price Lists on Ap-: plication. J. M. ROSENBERG, EADINA. CLOSED EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL SUNSET. CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES, H. PEARSON'S GRAVES STREET, KADINA. PEARSON whilst thanking the public for the LIBERAL PAT RONAG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

YORKE'S PENINSULA. PERMANENT equitable BUILDING- AND IN VESTMENT SOCIETY. SHAREHOLDERS in the above society are requested to forward their PASS BOOKS to the Senretary for Audit on or before Sep. 4th, 1882. " _ a By order of the Board, JOHN HAWKES. Secrelaiy. CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. TENDERS will be received by the above Council up tiil 3 p.m. of SATURDAY, the 2nd September, 1882, for the following Contract No. 1—Grubbing and clearing portions of read between Sections 307, 308, 309 and 310. ... Contract No. 2—Grubbing and clearing portions of road north of Sections 490 and 380. Road to be grubbed 20 feet wide along the centre. , Plains not to be measured when exceed iae in length 2 chains. * By order, JAMES WILLSHIRE, Clerk. KULPARA. DISTRICT COUNCIL. TENDERS will be received by the above named Council, up till 3 p m. on TUESDAY, 19th September, 1882, for the following;— Contract No. 2—Grubbing and Clearing Road north of Section HON. aud 111. Bv order, JAMES WILLSHIRE, Clerk. TO TEA...

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VESSELS IN HARROR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

VESSELS IN* TTATlHOE. I Sloonta, ship, from Newcastle.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNAUGUST ESDAY,30 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

Clje WaUatoo Qftwes. WALLAEOO, WEDNAUGUST ESDAY ,30 1882, A. meeting- was held at Snowtown on Saturday last for the purpose of consider ing the advisability or other wise of for ming a District Council; but as might have been expected, it ended in failure, owing to the narrow mindeduess of certain individuals who consider they should do nothing themselves in the matter of making roads, but look to the Government for everything. When the Treasure in his budget speech hinted the possibility of a tax being imposed on all j land outside the boundries of District Councils and Corporations, there were signs of a move being made in several districts for the formation of these use ful local bodies ; but now that there is a hope of the above taxation scheme not being put in force, the persons interested are satisfied to remain in the "sleeply hollow" 'state which has characterizsd them in the- past. If the action, or. rather, inaction of these sections of the community does not prompt the Go...

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THE SUPPLY OF TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

THE SUPPLY OF TIMBER. It lias been ascertained tbat the pro portion of land covered with forests throughout Europe is 29 per cent., of which Russia and Sweden furnish the greater part. In Russia 4fi per cent, of territory is covered with woods, and of this some 200,000,000 acres are covered with pines and other cone-bearing trees. Sweden and Norway hare 34 per cent., chiefly birch, maple, pine, fir, and willow. Austria has 29, Germany 26, and France 17 per cent. Far below these comes Spain with its cork wood and evergreen oak forests, covering 7 per cent, of the land, and Holland and Belgium with the same. Portugal comes next with 5 per cent, and .Great Britain follows with 4 per cent. The percentage decreases annually in all countries. As far back as 1838 it was estimated that timber was cut down yearly in Great Britain and Ireland alone to the value of £2,000,000, Tbe timber resources even on America are not inexhaustible ; the total extinction oil the North American Continent of ...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Aug. 26—Wind, S.W.,. moderate showery, Bar. 30*20. Sunday, August 27—Witfd, S.W., moderate,' foggy, Bar. 3015. Monday. August 2S—Wisd. moderate, fine, Bar. 30 20. Tuesday, August 29—Wind. North,1 igbt cloudy, Bar. 30-00. -

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Ygttng Men is Need"—You had better forward 2s 6d more in'stirops to imure the advertisement appearing once.

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THE STUMP JUMPING PLOUGH. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

THE STUMP JUMPING PLOUGH. (to the editos o* the watlaboo times/* Sib—Yours of August 9th, speaking of the paper I sent you setting out my claim as the inventor of the single acting, or. what is now known as the stump-jumping plough, some of your remarks are rather wide of facts. You say I claim to have exhibited one a year before Mr R. B. Smith came out. This may be q.iite true, but those living in this district know that Sir Smith had commenced the construc tion of a stump-jumping plough before the date spoken of by me—namely— June 1875. In a letter reported to have been written to Mr J. Macklin of Mait latid by Mr Smith he sajs " About the beginning of June 1876 I thought of a plau and at once put it into practice, and the principle of that plan is the one now adopted by all the stump-jumping plough makers in the colony." Accord" ing to Mr Smith's own showing, he is at the least a year behind me, as The following extract will show :— ' This plough is constructed so as to allow cac...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, August 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, August 39, 1882. We quote wheat as follow*:— Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. liadina—Wheat, 6s 2id. Mconta —Wiicat, 6s 2d. Snowtown—Wheat, 6s. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 6s OJ. Green 8 Plains East—Wheat, 6s lid. Groen's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 2d. The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo :— Flour, JE14 15s to £15 per ton. Bran, Is lid per bushel per ton. Pollard, 2s per bushel par ton. "Register" Office, Angnst28, 1832. No change has taken place in the wheat market, and no sales are reported. Holders aslc 7s at Fort Adelaide. Farmers' lots are worth 6s 8d to 6s 9d; none obtainable. Nominal valaa at Fort Pirie 63 6d. Leading brands of flour are worth -£M. Brand and pollard,dull, at Is 6d ; oats, 4s to 4s 3d, and birley, 4s 3d to 4s 6d.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

TI1IB SIGNAL. 1 Harbotir Office • Wallaroo. I Time signal on t}»e Government flagstaff at the Harbour-Master's residence the flag H (white and red) will bo hoisted to the mast head every Suuday morning at five minates to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, .and Oil the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drbp com spending to Greenwich mean 45ai 38 7s. A.fter the time signal b$s been made the Union Jack Trill be hoiited. J. CARSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

Shipping. from WALLAROO. T1 1se SPENOEB'S _ gulf STEAM >SHIP COT., LIMITED, ' Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— r flinders, FOR PORT AUGUSTA \ SdotjayMobking at 7 a.®. ° r EMU, FOE poet pirie—« Thursday, cat 7 o clock a.m. lubba, jbsday or Fbh at 4 o'clock p.*n. f lubba, poet LINCLON-j Thttbsday or Fbiday, * af A nvlafllr n.tn. -o f flinders, 1"wb1>*b8d AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. post ADELAIDE, -j i FBA i s ATT at 6 o'< iced a't 'clock. p.m. FOE f LUBRA, FRANKLIN 4 Axteesate Thubsdat's HAEBOE \ At 2 p.m. Passage money must be paid before em barkation. no orders taken. , All claims for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hours **88®! , discharge; and none will be admitted. for "breakage, &c., unless same is pointed time of discharge. . , All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Co inter"' form of Bill of Lading^ The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. ward, Agent, Wallaroo fo...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

SAILED. Saturday, Aug. 26—Koyal .Shepherd 346 tons, Cani'ptieV;, master,from Port Adelaide, via Port Lincoln. Same day—Franklin, 393 tone, Crocker, master, from Fort Adelaide. " Sunday, Ajuruet 2?—Lubra, 221 tons, Anderson, master, from Port Augnsla.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 30 August 1882

SHIP PING N E W8. A REIVED, i' Saturday. August 20—Rojral Shepherd, b JR., 245 , tons, Campbell, master,~from Franklin Harix>r. Sa-.urday. Aug. 26—FjranVlin, . 388 jtonB, : Crocker, master, from Port'Augusta. ..*. Sunday, August 27—Lubra, . t.s„ 224 tone, Anderson, master, from' Port -'Adelaide. Same day.—Moonta, £98, tone, Cowan, maater from Newcastle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 2 September 1882

T OST, Friday afternoon, a GOLD -MjI BROOCH, going from Hay Street to Hail way Station, and thence to Mr Wyatt's, Hallett Street, Kadina. The finder will' be rewarded on returning the Bame to A. ARBON, Kadina. "V OST on TUESDAY, August 22, on the JL-4 road between Wallaroo and Moonta, a GUN (Breechloader) in leather case. Any person finding same will be rewarded on leaving it at the Ship Inn, Wallaroo, or at J. H. Bennett's, Moonta. FOB SALE, a HOUSE in Digby Street, Kadina. Apply office of this paper Kadina. YORKE'3 J?ENTNSULA PERMANENT EQUITABLE BUILDING AND IN VESTMENT SOCIETY. SHAREHOLDERS in the abore society are requested to forward their PASS BOOKS to the Secretary for Audit on or before Sep. 4th, 1882. By order of the Board, JOHN HAWKES. Secretary. KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. ri\ENDERS will be receired by the above named Council, up till 3 pm. on TUESD 4.Y, 19th September, 1882, for the following:— Contract Ko. 2—Grubbing and Clearing Road north of Section HON. and 111. Bv ord...

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