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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

EXPOKTS. . Per Royal Shepherd—75 toJS flour, W. JJuHleia und'Coj 6 tons copper, W. SvWorks; 7 bagsleagi. Watting.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ILLNESS OF MR DILLON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

ILLNESS OF MR DILLON. Air Dillon one of tbe State prisoners at present seriously ill.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

" VS1KSTCT.S IN HARBOR. E. J, Spence. from Melbourne. Charles and Arthur, from Soutbport. J. li.-Halljfroin Newcastle. Magellan, from Port Adelaide. ICalahomfe, from Newcastle* Veralam, from Newcastle. Palala, from Fort Adelaide. _

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPRISONED IRISH MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

IMPRISONED IRISH MEMBERS. It is expected that the Irish members of Parliament who are at present in prison for their action in connection with tlie disturbances in Ireland, will resign their seats, in order that their successors may be elected in time to oppose the Cloture.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

" VESSELS EXPECTED. FraaViio, s.e., from Port Augaeta, FUndeae. s.a., from Port Adelaide. Royal Sfaepherd, s.a.. from Port Adelaide, iinbra, a .8.. from Port Fine.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 26th Jan. Received 28th 12.15 a.m. ENGLISH MAIL DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

LA.TESX.Ntt WS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 26th Jan. \ Received 28 th 12.15 a.ro.*^§ i ENGLISH MAIL DEPARTURES, j Commencing pa Thursday, Feb. 16, the English Mali will be dispatched from Melboarne on Thursdays, and daring the monsoons on Tuesday mornings.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday, Jan. 25—Wind, S.W., eea breeze, tine, Bar. 30-20. Thursday, January 26—Wind, S.W., sea breeze fine, Bar. 30*15. , Friday, January 27—Wind, S. W., sea breexe, fine. Bar. 30-06. '

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FARMERS CO OPERATIVE SCHEME. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

FAjt&i ESS OPERATIVE SCHEME. : (to the kditob of jthe wallaroo times). Sra—Your issue of 14th inst. came into my hands to-day. Your comments re the' «uggeste4 scheme <3o-operative Asso ciation shows how much you know about it. I have to tell you that I nereFhrought trouble upou any member of the Associa tion ; therefore, your statements are nntrue. Commenting apona thing, citing only a paragraph or two, without publishing the whole matter is like trying to irrigate land without water- Your comments is mean, one-sided, and uh truthful—the production of a spiteful naughty man. Wallaroo is said to be at times euveloped in smoke. If you are not in smoke you are at sea. If. a Farmers' Co-operative Association had a store and wbarf, and all tbe means : at hand to receive and forward consign ments to farmers, would they not be foolish if they did not do it? What! would be the good of the wharf but to do ! our own business both in and out. Industrious farmers besides work...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

I^IESIGKAL. • HarbourOffice, Wallaroo. Time signal on »t she "Harbour-Masters residence the flag H, fvrhite andred.) wiJ] be hoisted. tdu^jjbuB maec >.ead every Sunday maiming at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, aid in« the instant of eight a'clock. the ftag-wifl.drop corresponding to Greenwich meifititnelOli 45 m 38 It. After the time eignai .bnS jhern made the Union Jack will h"» hoisted. " '* Ji CABSON Obserrer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

Shipping. FROM WiLLAROO. npHESPENCER'Sj J. GULF SI®AM- ] i BHD? COY., LIMITED,; ' Dispatch thefcSteamersas] under, when practicable :— f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA -i StjifiDAyMoioraffG £ at 7 a.m. W"- ,. - ■ o ■ . - r EMU, FOR POB?T PIKIE— ] . Thubsday, (. at 7 o'clock.. O— ■' f ROYAL SHEPHERD, POET LENCLON -{ Thursday or Fbeday, ] ^ at 4 o'clock p.«a. ° f FLINDERS, WSSKSSDII. at 5 o'clock, p.m. , fbSbxin, POBT ADELAIDE.—8 attebat, ! at 5 o'clock, p.m. —o— EMU, StTSTDAT, at 7 a.m. FOR r ROYAL SHEPHERD. FRANKLIN ( Aveebnaxb Thuespay's I HABBOR t At 2 p.m. J o—■— Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage most be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none trill be admitted for breakage, &c., unlesB same is pointed ont at time of discharge. All cargo, is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form of Bill of Lading- ' The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Iiimiled....

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

SAILED. Wednesday. 'Jan. 25—Flinders, b.b., 270 tone, • Anderson, master, for-Port Adelaide. . Tha reday. Ja.nl 19—Royal Shepherd, b.-b., '245 tons,' Campbell, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln. Passengers—-The Wheeler troupe (G) in the c*h:n ; 4 in the steerage. Same day—Lubra, s.»„ .224 tons, Creer, master, .for Port Pirie. - Passengers—1 in the cabin j 3 in the steerage. .' Same day-rGoreraor Musgrave b.S., Car ring ton, . roaster. Tor Pert Augusta. '

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

8 H I f PIN G NEWS. 'abetfed. "WeAr.esflay. -STO-tong, <j Arder80nFma8tpr, from.Port Angie'.s. . ■■■;; Same day-Charlesabd Arthur, 1T0 tons.Uegeht, ; master, from Southport. "" • • ■Same day—Kalahonnr,"354-tone, Moore.master, From Newcastle. ■ ThuieSay, Jan 26—Eoyal Shepherd, e.s.,245 tons,; Campbell, master, from fort Adelaide via Port; Lincoln. Passengers—Mrs Heyer*. Sir Bolhwibk. Mr Green, Mr Kemmice in the. cabin; 2 in the .steerage. Same day—Governor Mosgrave s.e.. Camngton, master, from Port Ade'eide via Cape Borda * • • . Same dav—Ijubra, 6.K., 224 tons, Creer, master, from Port Adelaide. ,. Same day—Verulaii), 493 tons, Osborne, master, j from Newcastle: ' ■ Same day—Maldon Lewie, 52 tons,. Petersen, master, from Port Adelaide via Port, Victoria.

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MAGISTRATES COURT, FULL BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

MAGls 1 KAl'KS COUBT, Fuli. Bench, Bangee v Kais— ' Patbick John Kaut was charged by Banger Noble with depasturing 60 head of great cattle on the' Reserve in the Hundred of Cunningham. Thomas Whit?, laborer, employed by. defendant, and in charge of defendant's cattle in the Hundred of Cunningham Saw the Crown Latids Ranger on the 11th, and pointed out some cattle belonging to the defendant, they were on the sand hill- Don't know if they were on the reaerve. By. the Bench—I did not tell the Banger that the defendant told me to ran the cattle there. By the Ranger—The cattle were only there half an hour. When yea celled George the cook was there George was there when you asked'about the cattle. Was talking to Mr Kain since I saw the Banger, I told Mr Slain the Banger had been, fie said I was - to |>ut the cattle in the paddocktheeameaa I always did. . ;■ . ■ - . , Richard JJoble—A«n^ Grown Lands Banger /or this ' district—On the -date mentioned,7 I-.Visited the place. Saw the witnes...

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LOCAL COUBT— MAITLAND. THURTDAY, Jan. 26,1882. (Before E, Gower, S.M., P. Howard, and W H. Wilkinson, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

LOCAL OOUBT— MAITLAND. Thuetdat, Jan. 26,1882. (Before E, Gower, S.M., P. Howard, and W H. Wilkinson, J J.'P.) Etkg and othees v. Jones—U.J.S., amount £18 18s 6d. Mr Farr for plaintiff's. Henry Jones, laborer, TLalkabory—Am sot working. Have no property. Paid 30s, order made in July last. Have six children, the youngest nine months old, and the oldest 13 years. None earning. Can pay 2s 6d a week. Cannot pay 5s. Order made for 2s 6d a week, first in stalment down. Katk v, Pcdney—Claim for £27. Mr Beare for plaintiff, and Mr Farr for defendant. Stephen Major Padney, farmer, Cun cfrigiiam—Judgment recovered in Decem ber last, have had no means to settle. • " Selections 418 and 422 f held one between : —: 4 and 5 years, the other 12 months, have made £900 to £1000 worth of improve ments, have no mortgage on them at the present time. Mr Farr on behalf of the defendant offered to pay the amount in two months. The plaintiff's attorney objected. Order .for payment in € weeks. Phillips v Puc...

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THE SNOWTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

THE SJfOWTGWN KACES. On Wednesday last, January 25, 1883^ the Snowtowniannual Eaces were held in - Mr. Maslin's Baddock, about one aniS^S half miles from the township. The weath er was reality enjoyable, a light westerly breeze blowing all day, with very little dust moving about. The coarse, besides being within an easy distance from the township, is prettily, situated,1 between the hills with a row of beautiful gum trees on the one side and a salt water lake on I the other. It also had t'us advantage to ! spectators •• they could see a race from the. ' start to the finish. The Snowtown Race I Club bas only been established three i years, and during that short period the members feave~shown great pi act and en~ ergy, when we compare their workwith that done on the Peninsular ■■ For the present meet the committee neither spar ed time nor money in making the course what it ought to be. Having taken a lease of the Ground from Mr. Maslin, at a peppercorn rental, the committee decidA ed ...

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DEPUTATION FROM GEEEN'S. PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

DEPUTATION FROM GEEEN'S. PLAINS. After dinner, a deputation from Green's Plains, consisting of Messrs Belling, (Chairman of the EjUtrict Council) 0«>unei)ior Wyatt and tbe Clerk, Mr James WiUshire, waited upon the Chief Secretary at Wallaroo, fur tbe purpose of directing his attention to the hardship which the people of Green's Plains had been called upon to endure in connection with their water suppjy. The Mayor of Wallaroo attended with tbe deputation andpointed out that the Green's Plains District Council held a dam from tfie Government for which they paid a yearly Tental. They had gone to consider able expense in preparing drains and erec' iug pumps, and bad also placed a person in charge. But when tbe Government received a telegram from the Mayor of jladina xelatire to the scarcity of water, the dam was at once taken away from theqi —without any warding i^o^, however, it ha<l been decided ao.t ta cart water from (Jree**"-s Plains to Kadina, and the deput ation ask...

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SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT AT PORT BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

SPOETS AND ENTERTAINMENT AT PORT BROI7GHTON. The usually quiet township of Fort Broughton was all astir oo Tuesday la*t, there being a number of boat races and athletic sports carried oat on that day. The first event was a four-hoars' go-as you-please. There were three entries, bat it was not long until the third backed out, leaving the affair to the two brothers, E. and W. Wall, after which little inter est was manifested by the spectators. The first event in connection with the aquatic sports was a sculling match, for which there were fire entries, W. Wall being the winner. The second was a pair-oared clerks' and shopkeepers' racc, which proved the best contested event of the day. The pinning boat was pulled by 1). Bews and H. Nankervis, who were pushed hard by two other portly oarsmen. The duck hunt caused great fun, the duck being W-. Wall, who was caught ■ before the time expired, having to pull a very large boat. A 200 yards flat race was won by E. Wall. The greasy pole prize ...

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. THURSDAY, Jan. 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

WALLAEOO CORPORATION. Thubsday, Jan. 26, 1882. Present—His Worship the Mayor (Mr D. Bews.) and Crs Bird, Trye, Bath, Walkley .Master 8, Phillips Chatfield.and the .Town Clerk. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Mayor reported result* of depu tations re railways. - - AjPOIiOGtT. -An apology was received from Cr Unpnant, wh'ch was accepted. COBBESPONDENCE. : , A'letter was read from the Manager of the In ational Bank "with regard to the OFerdraft. and enclosing the guarantee of the Uouncit for last. year. Heeeived. _ - Public Wosk Report. .. Worka Committee reported tbat the day laborers have been employed during the last fortnight In completing the spoon dram at the end of Bude ■ aDu M,cIeW'°R the watertablrs 10 the Aorth^and East Wards, which will ?n,>h/? *?- day- The men will be employed during next fortnight in cleah i°K i fxrW0iertay.es in tbe West and Soutjj . Wards. Your Committee would ' recommend that/Tenders be invited for cleaning out the Tasks ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAEOO^TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged Iform. The terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter Jin advance (postage in cluded) .*• 3s. Do. do.. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—T WOPEUCE. 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.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 27, 1882. Wallaroo—"Wiieat, 4s 8d to 4s 9d. l&idina—Wheat,4s 7£d co 4s 8Jd. lloonta—Wheal", 7& ot4s 8d. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s 7d to 4»7id. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 7£d to 4s 8u. Baran^a Grap—Wheat, 4s 6£d. Sxiowtowu —Wheat, 4s 6d The following tUe prices current fcr prajuceat Wallaroo*— Flour, £11 5s to £11 2°« pec ten, and 24f per bag, cash. JBran, Is 2£d per bushel per tort. Pollard, Is 3&d per bushel per ton. — o— 1legister Office, Tkuisday, Jan. 26. The ■wheat market remains steady at 4s 10|-d to 4s lid fo.b. Port Adelaide for chipping parcels, but we hear oi no business doing. ' The report of better market at home i»il) probably cause farmers and holders to hold back for a' few days until the extent oi the improvement hasJbpen considered. Flour .—£1010s to£10ISsibr ordinary, and £11 5s to £1110a for leading brands. Bran, Is ljd to Is 2d, at Port Adelaide ; pollard, Is 3d; oats, 2s 8d to 3s; barley, 3s.

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