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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
ABTHURTON. MONTHLY SALE. RICHARDSON'S YARDS, ^ARTHURTON • t try *r . - ■ SATUKDAY,"J.ANUAEY 7,188*. Al l o'clock. MOODY, FUBN^B & Co %)57 ILL bold their First Monthly Sale at ▼ T Kalkabury as above, when: they-will offer— MEDIUM "AND DRAUGHT HORSES CATTLE ' IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES ; AND SUNDRIES. Add anything offering. Entries taken op to timcof£L.._. MOONTA MONTHLY SAta DAWSON'S YARDS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14,1882. At two o'clock. MOODY, FURNEE & Co. theirUsi^^onthlySale a§ above, when tbtytwiitfiell on.«ccount of variuGs owners-— HEAVY Jm> DRAUGHT HORSES CATTLE VEHICLES AND SUNDRIES And anything offering. jCiitries taken up to time of Bale. GREEN'S PLAINS MONTHLY SALE. KEMP'S YARDS. SAIURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1882. AT TWO O'CLOCK SHABP. A MOODY TURNER & Co. Will hold their USUAL MONTHLY SALE, S above, when they will ofier MEDIUM AND DRAUGHT HORSES CATTLE PIGS IMPLEMENTS MACHINES VEHICLES. And anything else offering. Entries taken np to time of Sale. NOTICE. OUR nest...
POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. TUESDAY, JAN. 3, 1881. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and E. Warmington, J.P.) RANGER'S INFORMATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
POLICE COURT—W&LLA.ROO. Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1881. (Before- J. B. Shephcrdson, Esq., S.M., and E. WarmingtoD, J.P.) Ranger's Informations. Henry Lethaby, carpenter, was charged with allowing three head of cattle to stray in a public street on the 17th Dec. Fined 5s, and costs 10s. Thomas Kissell, for allowing tbree goats to stray, was fined Is, and costs 10s, Robert Pitman, a seaman, for drunken ness on the previous day, had to pay 5s, and on a charge of fighting he was fined 10s.
LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. TUESDAY, JAN. 3, 1882. Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Messrs Hay and Warmington, J.J.P. FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
I liOGAL > 1 - Tuesday, Jan. 3,1882. 9 and I Me«8rs &y aad Wiarmibgton, J.J.P, ... Putt JuEISDICTION. EVyTiHshire v. C. Nicholas.—Claim for £28 l7fl:fidi^oip damage to a buggy aod horse, through colliding with the defend ant and his horse on the Kadina Eoad on the evening «f October 16,1881. Mr Jamtes appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr IS. «T. Cox for the defendant. Robert Wlilshire, plaintiff—Hecollect Sunday, the 16th of October last. Was driving from Wallaroo on the evening of that day with my family. _ Was driving a pair of horses. £>i3 n^thearthe gaJiop ing until the horses were upon me.' Was nearly midway between Wallaroo and °?y own residence. Was on my own side of the road. Tiie horses were nomiwg from :the opposite direction. Was driving on' the near1'side of the road going up. ~ f88 about &lt;i quarter past eight o'clock wat8 g°ing Some, When opposite L eS 8 honse, on the Kadina road, suddenly, twohorses came, galloping upon me. The Inside horse was r...
POLICE COURT—MAITLAND. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 28, 1881. (Before Messrs P. Howard and W. H. Wilkinson, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
POLICE GOtJET—MAITLAND. Wednesday, Dee. 28, 1881. (Before Messrs P. Howard and W. H. Wilkinson, J.J. P.) . Bob Roberts, an aboiiginal, was chaiged by M.C. Noble with being drunk in a public place at Port Victoria on tbe night ofthe 26th. Prisoner pleaded guilty. Fined 5s, costB 15s, in default 3 days in the police cell. Police v Franklin. Alexander Fra^lin was charged by M.C. Noble with supplying one John Samuel Parker, an aboriginal satire, with intoxicating liquor at Fort Victoria on tbe 26th. Prisoner pleaded guilty. ^ Kned 40s, costs 30s, in default one month's imprisonment.
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY. JAN. 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
Wlgt Wallaroo STiwts. WALL.ABOO. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 4, 1882. To-day we publish the Wallanop Times. in a new and enlarged form. Ifc is within a few days of seventeen years since the first mintl>er of this journal was pripictl in Wallaroo. The proprietors thank the public for their j support in the past, and trust that the j present effort on their part will meet with general approval, and hope that j the residents of the Peninsula will show their appreciation by- lending their support to a newspaper, that has ; for its object the advancement of the best interests of South Australia, and especially those of Yorke's Peninsula and the surrou.iding districts. Smallpox has been brought un comfortably close to our shores. Two of the passengers of the Garonne, which arrived at' Port Adelaide on Monday, are reported to be suffering from the dread disease. The quar antine station on Torrens Island will at last be turned to account, mucli to the disguest of the passengers of the Garonne that h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in fixture will lie as 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. F. TAYLOR. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
LITTLE FOLKS. CUTTING THE BRUSH WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
LITTLE POLKS, -CUTTING THE BEUSH W&GD. By ITjtcll Bal. :' - 1 It .is au- old saying thfct a ehiljl innst creep before it can walk. We grow by degree^ in almost every thing, and in nearly every direction. child gradually increases in size—iiiuugli not so very gradually sometimes—until it eomes to the stature-of a mati oi woman. We grow in knowledge—at first knowing but little, the child slowly acquires the information that, if rightly used, will make him wise in mature years. So it is every where. " little by little" the great gains are made. It is step after step that the highest mountain is climbed; one brick upon another and the greatest wall is laid. " Little drops of water; little grains, etc,'' Thoughts like these come to me as I glance back to my boyhood days, and re view in memory the actions and the hopes of the child. Like mast farmers' boys I had a liking for the.axe, and was always glad to go to the forest, and help to make the* firewood for the year. It was my am...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
MINING. JLn those wtio live on the .feninsula and depend upon mining, ilie present improved prospects of the copper market will be the means of inspiring fresh hope. The slight rises and corresponding falls which have from time to time taken place have been anxiously watched. Mothers with large families, living on some of the mineral properties, and whose " breadwinners" have been com pelled to seek other fields for employ ment, have looked forward hoping against hope for the time when copper would rise, and their husbands would return, once more to engage in the work to which they had been reared. Itisnowaboutfouryears since the Wallaroo Mines was stopped; through which several hundreds of men who had never done anything in their lives but mining, were thrown oat of employment. Fortunately at that time the several railways that have been recently completed in the district were about to be started, and if ever the Government did a sensible thing, it was in deciding to push on the pr...
THE FARM WILL IT PAY? (From the American Agriculturist) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
THE FARM WILL IT PAY ? (From the American Agriculturist) [At the beginning .of a hew year, and in connection with the alterations that are being ttiade in connection with this jonrnalv we Select the following article as being eingularlyappropriate, and recom mended it to the careful consideration of our agricultural readers.] Perhaps no other - three short words, when placed together, have a wider and more important application. Whatever any one proposes to undertake, in work, in business, or in any course of conduct, the prime question is, Will it Pay ? The pay is not confined by any means to mere money profit. Yerv many transactions that bring large pecuniary returns are, in fact, terribly losing ones. In legitimate works and enterprises, the questions of their paying is to be considered in ad vance, and a man's ability to foresee and calculate all the circumstances that affect profit and loss, and to thus know whether to go ahead or refrain, largerly decides his success or failur...
YORKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
YORKE'S PENINSULA. ANNUAL BEGATTA. The seventeenth Annual Regatta at Wallaroo took place on Monday last. January 2, jand was largely attended. The whole of tlie races proved most successful, some of the events beiog more closely contested than any that have ever been pulled in the Bay. The four oared pulling races, were particularly exciting from the fact of a new boat competing from the Port Pirie Working Men's Bowing Club. The boat is clinker built and adapted for river pulling, but the weather was so fine on Monday that it would have admitted the pulling of any outrigger—stick weather has only once been experienced during the, seventeen years that the regattas have been held. But apart from this, the boat was well palled, and we do not begrudge the crew the honors aad money tbey have won both being well earned. The fact of a boat of this description coming ia will do more to introduce a superior class of pulling boats than anything else. The first class sailing race was an excell...
SNOWTOWN RACES NOMINATIONS. HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
SNOWTOWN BA.CES NOMINATIONS. Handicap. Or. Chatfield's br.h. Horror (late D.O:D.) aged H. Beckley'a br.m. Royal Bine (late Ada) aged M. Hayes' g.g- Shamrock aged. B. Jones' b.m. Mayfly 6 years. O. Ghappel's g.m. Flora aged, J. Goode's b.m. Mayfly aged H". Buckley's br.f. by Countryman 2 yen re Gk E. Maalm's b.m. Barmaid aged S. Ferry's g.g. Bonnd-to aged. do. b.m. Triplett aged J. Hooper's blk.m.f3aperatitation aged P. Callaghan'sb.g. Tempest aged M. Ryan's br.g. Dutchman aged J. Herbert's b.g. Tocal aged
HUNGRY FOR A HANGING BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
HUNGRY FQB, A HANGING BEE. Wyoming Kit, whoever he may be, fur nishes the following to tbe Cbeyenn^e Press:—I Lad been bunting elkin the Medicine Bow range of mountains for a couple of weeks, when I concludedto cross - the country, to a range about thirty miles'; west, in search of the wily mountain sheep. While riding up Cow creek, a tributary of the North Platte, I came upon a cabin surroanded by a crowd of fannters. ranch ers, cow-boys, and prospectors, who were picturesquely lounging upon the grassy plat in front. O ver tbe door of the cabin was a fiign-board, upon which appeared the following inscription evidently painted with a common marking brash by an un skilled band:—" Si Alexader, Justeas pf the Pece- No Credit fur. Law Here. Whisky by the Drink or Gallon," Dis mounting, I picketed my~ horse in the 1 luxuriant grass a few rods from this rude temple of justice and poor whisky, and joined the waiting crowd in front. Here ( I learned that a young cow-boy had been accasea 01 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
BOWING CLUB FOB WALLAROO. ALL those interested in forming a ROW ING- CLUB at Wallaroo, are reques ted to meet at the GLOBE HOTEL, at 7.30 on SATURDAY NEXT, Jan. 7. J- GOSSE. LAND I LAND 1! LAND HI t pO be SOLD or LET bj TENDER for A - term 27 ACRFS of good land Fenced, in two paddocks near Mir W. Richardson Sunnjside, up to February 1st 1882. Apply to WM. FRANCIS, Francis Park. HUNDRED OF WALLAROO, CLOSE TO EADINA. F OR SALE by TENDER, separately, SECTION No.-404 about 2 aerea. «; '4io " a «* " i 416 " li " " \ ' - 420 " 2 " « j 422 " 2 " " > 432 " Si " « ) 483 " 2J «« Offers receirodup to Fel^ 4,1882. No tender necessarily accepted. THOMAS - GOOD. ! Exchange, I Adelaide* VACANCY FOR BOARDERS. MRS E. ©PTE haring taken those large and commodious premise, lately, in the occupation of Dr Goese, Kadina, is pre pared to take p Boarders. B$ASQNA£LS, 4gg~4o WALLAROO INSTITUTE. £«HE HALF-YEARLY MEETlN.a_,.fif A - MEMBERS -will >ba,„ held, Id 1%' READING-'' BOOM, on WEBNEsDAYV Jan. 18,...
STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 January 1882
Steeplechase. fch Chatfield's br.h. Horror (late JJ.U.D.) F. O. Hjarslett's g.g. Tailored aged. J G-oode'a b.m. Mayfly aged R. Dunn's b.g. Bobert the Devil 4 years R. Jones' b.m. Mayfly 6 years. "B. B. G-leeson's b.g. Elbow 5 years S. Ferry's g g. Bound-to aged Low & Wood's b.g. G-oldfish aged W. HASELGROVE. Hon. See.
YOUNG FOLKS. MURELLO'S MULATTO—A STORY OF A FAMOUS PAINTER. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
MURBLLOTB MOTjAl^~ASll0aY OFA - FAMDlJBfAraTEB. e * I ; »* S -- ilie, in the eevenie£nlb «*ntiiry, was the • ost splendidof-ali^the citierof Spain —s j far as its larger buildings were eon cer: ed.whicb wereIfor tbfe^tfcj^part built in the MpofcSslit*. i*wV;"J'8IWBinerons churches, 'a Tnafrnfieail;Sjattfidwil, the Alcazar, and otbei;3relicB of the Moorish rule, gave it a n^le5-^i^t^TOm^ie;#ur rounding Cpfanijy^nd^ PQrtj.on ofifr ^eat^rone,wd|8., ^ispti lilce atfl.thi^oUierx^ i t huked better Stpm the ^J}jing-rcpMtry than from it«:OWii streets, wmcli wefe and - are, extremely.nfcrojjrr ia|»d .'badly paved..; i-V'S *» ,;;i And there wefa-dtheritraloveiy sights in'Seville beside»-*ts-narrow, dirty streets. The cilizen/j^ife ^in Spain, disgraced "their "ChjiBti&n, creed" by allowing' cl^reiy* "to^ flowuh in their' midst. ■■-*(• 1. On a sultry femnmerafterooon a dark skinned boy inigb;rtfive>een seen hurry ing along the ilUpared; streets. " There was a sad ^xpression^cra lira ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
TOW OFXADINA. f OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a PUBLIC MEETING willbejieh? at the ODDFSJiDIiOWS* HALL, (Wombat Hotel), on THURSDAY EVENING, the 12th day of Jariaary, at 8 p.m., for. the par. pose©f&lt;»n6idering_what steps shall betaken to gettheTlme Table altered, and theFares redaceS on thePeninsuIa lines of Railway. By order. B. MANCLABBE, Town Clerk. January. 6,1882. TO BE LET 100 ACBES of BOLL1NG, on Section. 45 Hundred Tickers, for particulars apply to j ; PAUL BOACH. Near Kadina. CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES AT H, PEAS SON'S GBAVES STBEET, KADINA. ~fi~T PEARSON baa always on hand a XA« Large and Well Assorted Stock of ENGLISH. COLONIAL & CONTINENTAL BOOTS AND SHOES, From which Customers may select, AT EXTBAOBDINABY LOW FBICES! Men's Strong Boots, at 12s per pair, worth 14s Men's Bluchers, at 8s 6d per pair. Men's Elastic Sides, at 12s per pair. Men's Canvas Boots, at 5s 6d per pair. Women's House Shoes, at 5s 6d per pair. Women's Goioshed Lasting, at 7a per pair. Women...
THINGS IN GENERAL. BY TRADDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
I —— THINGS IN GENERAL. By Tbaddles. : Although Mr Coglia has for a time retired from the oratorical arena, it is evident ws are not to be left entirely without a represen , tative of the class practising prolixity. Mr P. McNamara, J.P., Chairman of the Clare .Branch of the Farmers' Association ; Chair man of the North Midland Road Board, &c., &c., at the last meeting of the Clare branch buckled on hie armour in order to do battle with some of the " big guns" in the Associ ation. He charged the President with a want of fair play, and wound up by eaying that Mr Miller instead of rebutting the statements thafr- were faulty, " had recourse to peclama tion," whatever this may mean. Is it taken from the language of that "sunny Italy" .of which Mr McNamara is a native ? The Wellington (New Zealand) Cor respondent of the Register is evidently not " A young man engaged in business pursuits," nor does he seem to admire those who " rise from their ranks," as in his last com mu...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
■ - IMPOHT6. Ex Royal • Shepherd, for Wallaroo—1 Captain CarlsEea, 13 North & Harmon, 1 Hardy, 1 Dafflald and Co., 20 Ba moll and Bowman,3 Bnrpe*, 37Bath, 15 Saxon, 2 Darke,. .4 Stephens, 31 Dayuu, A Oiiphust. 4 Burton:* Croptejr. 6 Levito,; 43 Co-Op. Soo„ 4 Birta, 1 Taylor, g Bristew#,! Trye, 3 Bollmeyer. IhjaWi 19jOMk,.12 Burden, 1? WalliTooliinee, 1 Juliflfe, 12B«ndell, 4 Quinton,£ Hs.U,5 H*»ri.B«tnd I)nw«, 14 Borlace, & Harnett, 13 Secomtre/ i. Williams,? Brown.' I'or Ftacklin Harbor—5 Miller. • JTor-. Snbfriown—£ Hagelgrore, IS Tate, Stepbeni *od Co. "