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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. M STEAM SHIP coy.limitjed; Dispatch their SteamerBas under, when practicable . .If'Xr'-'V > f FIUgBERS, FOR POST AUGUSTA4 SuxbayMossing ^ emr£\ FOE PORT PIRIE— &lt; . ^terafflJAT, (, at 5 o'clock. f ROYALS HEPETERD, POST UHOIiON4^rHOBSDAy or Pbh>at, t at 4 o'clock p.m; ———&lt;*——; f fUNDEBS, W»»KJB83> AT. at 6 o'clock. p.m. FRANKLIN, POET ADELAIDE,—J ,S atijbd at, at 6 p'cfock. pan. ■" _lo— ■. . ■ EMU, SpriPA-x, at 7 a.m. - ' FOR f ROYAL SHEPHERD. FRANKLIN j .Alternate THtrESDAX*e HARBOR (. At 2p.m. . —o— ;-—• ,•* ' Passage money Mirer be paid before em barkation. No orderetaiken. All claims for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24'hours jof vessel's discharge; and none will Jbe admitted for breakage, &c., unless same ie pointed oat at time of discharge. . v.. AU cargo is carried by these steamers sob ject to the clauses' and exceptions on the Company' form of Billof Lading.- -- __. __ The Spencer's Gulf Steams...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
. Friday, Jan. 30—BoBphorae, 299 tons, Gadd, mas tor, for Newcastle. Saturday, Jan. 21—Franklin, 8.s., 395 ton8, Crocker, master, for Port Adelaide. .' ^ - -Sunday, Jan. 22—Lubra, h.b., 2?4 tons, Crecr, master, for Port Pirie. Sunday, Jan. 22—Flinders, 8.b, 278 tons, Ander son, master, for Port Anguats.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
SHIPPING NEWS. ■ IBBTTBD. Sunday. J,an. 21—l&lt;rauiUiii, *■;£., 394 tonB., Crocker, master, Jcom I'oi&Augaata. , ! Sunday,'Jan. 2S^-Flibders, B.fe., 270 tons, Ander «on. mooter. from. Port Adelaide.- — Same day—Lubra, s.h.. 221 tons, Creer, znastei^ from PortAdeiaide yia MooiVta Bay. ' Tuesday, Jan. 24—E. J. Spence, 519 tons, from Melbourne,
THE WATER QUESTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
THE WATEK QUESTION. 1 I (TO THE EDITOB OP THE WAI.LASOO TIMES). Sib,—As one of the deputation that waited on the Hon. the Commissioner of Public WorkB on Friday last, in reference to the water supply for Yorke's Peninsula, I think it only due to the deputation and the public at large to state a few facts relative to our individual positions. As you have been. apprised by your Adelaide correspondent, we waited upon the Commissioner on Friday, and who, after we bad explained the position we were in, sympathised with and promised to assist us in every conceivable shape;' Of course tbe deputation left with the fond hope they bad done themselves and the public a lasting benefit; but lo ! there comes a change. At 6 p.m. the same evening I reeeived tbe following message —Government takes possession of Green's Plains West Reservoir. Charg ing the residents fifteen shillings per thousand gallons. On receipt of tbia X gathered several other members of Vbe deputation, and they deputed myseli w...
KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TUESDAY Jan. 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
KULPARA. niSLJilOT COUNCIL,. Tuesday, Jan. 17. 1882. 1 Present—Cra P. Daniels (chairman), Mills, foiing, McDonald and G. P. Daniels. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The hours for burning Btnbble was passed from 10 o'clock to six, to com mence from January 20. Tenders. Tender (No 10) cleaning and grubbing road along eastern side of Section 130 ; Gr. Bartel's accepted at 2/6 per chain. CORRESPONDENCE. Circular from Crown Lands Office, notifying that Section 123 was dedicated to the Council as a Water Reserve. Re ceived. ^ It was pointed out that Section 122 would add greatly to the value of the reservoir, if the Council constructed one on Section 123. Reselyed the whole of the Council visit the Sections and select the best site for the reservoir on the morning of January 31. Cr Young drew attention to the paultry fixings of the pump and stand at South Hummocks dam. To be attended to by the present lessee. Ow> Kulpaba Eeseevoib. Mr Carpenter, the present les...
WALLAROO v. MOONTA YOUNG UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
WALLAKUG v. MOOiNTA YOUNG UNITED. A match was played between the above clubs on Saturday last, at Wallaroo, and although neither side made a very high score the game proved both exciting and enjoyable. The Moonta men were the first at the wickets, but they only man aged to make 43 runs. During the first part of the Wallaroo men's innings, how ever, it seemed very doubtful whether they would be able to get even that num ber. Eive wickets were down for 13 runs, and the four that followed only increased it by 12, so tbat when the last man went in 16 runs were required to beat. The brothers Murton, however, played well, especially James, and by careful play and good running they incrersed the score to. 53 before the last wicket fell.
A PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY FOR BARUNGA, WILTUNGA, A PORTION OF NINNES AND TICKERA. (TO THE EDITOR OF WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
A PERM AN EN 1' WATEtt SUPPLY FOE BAfiUNGA, WILTUNGA, A PORTION OP WINNES AND TICKERA.' (TO THE EDITOE OF WA1IABOO TTMES.1 SHtj—Seeing by-your last issue a depu tation is .to wait.on the Government re water supply, thatquestion, aa you know, has engaged the attention of many of us for years ; and what is tbe result P Why as soon.as s dry season comeBthen comes the old cry, "notenough water, more; tanks ;'' and so it will be. What might be thought eaough-now^in afew years will be quite inadequate, with the thou sands of acres tafcen up between Barunga and Kadina and the immense number of cattle that must of necessity be kept. From tbe peculiar nature., of the surface, „ pf a great portion of Tickera and Ninnes it is alhostuselessr-to think of a supply being obtained in those hundreds by the ordinary means ofconBtruefcing dams,-the surface tteing of a light sandy nature, nothing le£s than a fall of two inches at a time would give a run of water. Then, sir, it becomes our duty to look ...
THINGS IN GENERAL. BY TRADDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
THINGS IN GENERAL, By Tbaddies. 1 Polks as a rale make greater preparations for their weddings than most other events of their lives. It appears, however, that in some parts of America more thaa ordinary care is needed. Those who desire to study economy hare in addition to other things to " sweat down." There is an Iowa clergyman who charges /or the performance of a marriage ceremony' according to the weight of the parties—two cents a pound for the bride groom tfnd four cents a pound for the bride. ; In that parish it is not an uncommon thing to hear a young man remark," No, darling, it I cannot be immediately ; you're too fat." j If there is one class of individuals whom 1 regard with more suspicion than another, it is those" one meets on Monday morning who. fancy that they could have preached q better sermon than the one they listened to the day before. I remember hearing of one of this nqraeroua class who used to bother the life out of his minister by alluding to some " important...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
NOTICE TO TTTT?. PUBLIC. To-day the WALX43&0Q 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 !?!!! only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F, TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
RAMBLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
BAMBLING NOTES By Bostic, Having just returned from a trip through the Agricultural Areas in the North , I take this opportunity of sending you a few notes on the prospects, and general appearances of the large agricul tural districts which have during the past few years grown into such an ex tensive settlement and opened such an estensiye tract of country for agrrcultural pursuits. From Wallaroo to Port Puie on the Plains vyest of the Hummocks and Flinders Range. The greater portion of the la^d is now occupied by the farmer and a considerable portion of the soil is of a rich quality, and is evidently especially adapted for wheat growing. The greatest drawback th&t the agriculturist has to contend against is an irregular rainfall, which has greatly retarded the prosperity of the districts. The crops have-not been so good as was anticipated a short time before harvest, but they have yielded an average that will compare favourably with any other portion of the colony. The only...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 January 1882
Wallaroc SHmcs. WALL. AROO. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 25, 188S, To-Pat some members of the ministry will visit Kadina en route to Port; Augusts, and it is intended to bring sgbjb matter^ of interest in con nection with the district tinder their notice. It is generally/ understood that Englishmen are in jt&e moat un ruffled condition of mind after dinner; it piay not, therefore, be the beet of policy to stick thetn up whert otx there way to the feasting board. But there are amongst the members of the present Government a good sprinkling of tii£8e who are decidedly Australian, who may, therefore, differ in this respect from- their forefathers. One of these, the Chief Secretary," has kindly consented to receive a depu tation at Kadina, and their is little doubt due consideration wiil be given to the several questions which are to be brought under their' notice. The two most important subjects will be the water-supply, and the alteration of the time aud fare tables -on the railways betwee...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGiiAMS. Frida*', 8.20 p.m. The Goyernor has assented to the Border Treaty which comes into operation on the 1st February. Sixpenny postage rates via Brindisi comes into operation on the 1st Feb ruary. Messrs Elder Smith & Co sold the BeetaJoo Sfcatiou with 9,000 sheep for £8,000. They also offered 30,000 miles of country near Herbert but nearly ail was withdrawn. Professor Tate goes to the Northern : Territory with the Minister of Ed a- , cation. Operations at Mr Chalwin's vaccine depot are to be commenced on Monday. .News from Wilcanuia to-day-is of a most serious nature. The weather ie very dry and horses and cattle are perish ing wholesale. At a meeting of the representatives cf Fire Insurance Companies, held to-day it was resolved that a Fire Brigade Act be applied for'; to be establi&hed at the joint cost of the Government, Corporation aua insurance Societies. The present or ganization is to be carried on to the sad of July on condition that not les...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday. Mr Dowling's paddock at Orange was the scene of a serious accident yesterday, were sports were being carried out. There were fivo horses started for a race when a drunken man riding furiously at right angles collided with ihem. Two horses had to be shot, and two jockies and the drunken man were seriously injured. One of the young men named Fanning, who had lately come into a large property was so hurt that he died in a few hours.
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. • VICTORIA. Melbourne, Frfdav. The ship " Earynowe" which left for England some months ago, with wheat is supposed to have been destroyed by spon taneous combustion. A statement appeared in the " Ballarat Star" that some bags of wheat whicn were placed on board were objected to by the second officer *ho wished to leave the vessel in consequence of their being shipped, bat was not al lowed. A case of an attempt to extort money from a wealthy Mussulman has occurred at Fitzroy. The mother of a htt>e girl under 12 years of age, charged the man in question with indecently assaulting ber daughter. The case was heard at the Police Gourt to-day, but the medical evidence was in favor of the defendant and the case was dismissed.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882
IMPORTS. Ex Charles And Ar»,hnr—1733 pieces. quartering, »1 nieces square timber, 1280 palings, 3800 Bplit t*ibes, T, Davies fl-nd Co. Ex Kalabome—544 tons coal, H. Simpson and ■SOn. ... . Kx Verulain—706 tons" coal, H. Simpson and Son. Ex Rival Sheaherd4-For Wallaroo—20 Smelting . Works. 31 Davies and Co., 22 Hay, 1 Bowering. 17 rBath.~2&lt;3>oploj. 4-j)oHmtyef.TBri8tOBe ,"2 Trye, 1; Ross, 2 Birkt, 7. Hoore. 2 Magellan, 3! Bungey, 20: J. L. Hall, 2 North and Harman, is &lt;31-Op. By., 3 VengeUey, 21'aylor, 8 DaffieldatidCo., 1 Levido. For Kadi-a—-23 "T. H. Hall, -4 Secombe, 1. Styles,' 10 WallarooMined. l&Q canton,STieglcan, 7 Brown, 1 James, 28 Boriace. 8 Hail, 187 Bendell, 16 Potter,' 75 Burden, 6 Williams, I"8ffi.rtin, 2 Walters, 14 Cook," S ELariis and 3>avre, 8 Tippets, 4 Barnett, 6. * Ward, 1 Opie. . .