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

TOWN OFWALLArQO. BALANCE-SHE KT of RECEIPTS ;^<L EXPENDITURE for tlie Year ending 6^1881. Beceipts. Dr. £ b Town Hates, including arrears, for 1880. 449 7 Health Bates, Lighting Rates, Grant-in-aid of rates, ... '■ Licenses, Chin, " Dog, " Goat, Depasturing, Sale of Water, ... Miscellaneous Receipts Amount of Cheque overdrawn,... 73 9 4 18 370 '9 1 4 O'-f 30 0 ^0., 2 16 6' 0 10 0 d £ s d 8 3 7 6, -J.^98, : 5 , 0 . 34, 6 56 19 15 15 3 0 10 0 16 5 3 Total, ... 1005 15 5 Balance due Bank Dec. 31, 1881, Including outstanding Cheque, ... ... 405 5 7 ■; Expenditure. ■-'I. ' £ s d Pranc Works Account— By 'Wages includ-. iria superintend- . ilia labour, 406 13 1 " Contracts, 361 7 2 >i . "j Timbep.'Tools ' &c., ... " ii 17 ii " Surreying new Boarta,,.. 8 13 0 " Repairing Road BoHer,... ... 5 9 3 Grand Total, £1411 1 0 General Expenses— By Salaries under Corporation, 75 12 0 " Salaries under Local Board of Health, ... 45 O 0 • " Printing, adver tising and Station ary, "...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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MEMBERS OF THE MINISTRY AT KADINA. DEPUTATION RE WATER SUPPLY AND OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

MEMBERS OF.THE MINISTBr AT a v ; KADINA. Depijtaitok be Water Supply othee matters. On."W~ednesd33? afiernopn, as previously inttftiated, the special train from Adelaide with the Parliamentary party en route for Port Augusta, arrived at Kadina at 6 30. The party consisted of the Hons." •T. C" Bray. A; B. Murray, Jno. Crozier, fi, G. Baker, and Messrs Johnson, Haines, Smith, Bucknall, Tennant, Henmng, Howe, Gilbert,. Cooke, Bower, and Mat tinson, members of the Assembly^ with .Messrs Beresford, Thomas, Garliek, A. Mackay (ex-Mayor of Port Augusta), Wilcox, Dewhirst.'and Dean Russell (who goes to Port Augusta to lay the founda tion of a new transept to the Anglican Church). \ On alighting from the train a general tnove was made to the Goods Shed where it had been arranged to deputatiomse the Government on several matters of local importance. The Mayor of Kadina, Mr j. J. Christmas said that on hearing that the Ministry and some of the members were likely to pass t!irough Kadina on the...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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LOCAL TELEGAMS. PORT AUGUSTA. Friday, 8. 35.p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

LOCAL TELEGAMS. POET AUGUSTA. Friday, 8. 35. The Governor Musgrave arrived last night with the Members of Minis'ry, and both Houses, at 6 o'clock attended at the laying; of the Foundation Stone of the additions to St. Augustine Church. The ceremony was performed with Masonic honors by the Grand Master of the District, Mr J. Mitchell, the very Revd. Dean Russell being present. The Ministry and Members were afterwards entertained at a Banquet which was uumerously attended. This evening a deputation introduced by Mr E. Cook M P. waited on the Chief Secretary re wharfs. Several leading residents spoke on the question, and made it plain lo all that increased accommodation was neces sary. The Chief Secretary promised the matter should be considered as soon as Parliament meets. A deputation after wards waited on the Treasurer (Hon L. (jlyde)with regard tothe silt question and another on the Commissioner of Public Works for further hospital accommodation. The party afterwards inspected the ...

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

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO,SATURDAY,JAN.28,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 January 1882

Cije JSSMarac Ciratg. WIIjLiABOO. SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1882, The Crisis has come in France, and M. Gambetta has resigned. Ttttc people of Port Augusta seem to have made the Government pay pretty (Searly for their dinner on Thursday evening, judging from the number of deputations, that beset them on JTriday m'ormug., Ms Gladstone states that when a Siting time arrives he will be prepared to explain the attitude of the British Goyerament . in relation to the Hessian outrages. This ambiguous, /style o.f dealing ;with 8ucb :a serious matter is hardly in keeping with the past eopduct of England in matters of this Mad, The interview with the Chief Secret ary and other members of the House at JCadina on Thursday last, we think proved highly satisfactory;. Although of coarse we cannot yet say what the outcome will be,*no better opportunity haa ever been afforded any district in the colony of representing their wants. For, although at anyfitoe they may be able to obtain an interview with a Min...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

SALE BY AUCTION. FOR AND ON ACCOUNT OF JOHN STYLES, ESQ. AT-HIS EURO FARM bOUTH HUMMOCKS. ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1882. At half past .one o'clock. LEASE OF EDUCATION LAND HUNDRED OF CAMERON. 1374 SHEEP 26 HEAD HORSES PIGS 50 TONS HAY MILCH COWS FARM IMPLEMENTS MACHINES &c. MOODY, FUliNES & Co. HAVE received instructions from John Styles Esq. to sell on bis Furo Farm as.above Mall the live anddead stock a •>"/ A MIXED SHEEP, comprising i_0 i i 714 Young well-bred Ewes 2, 4. 6 tooth. 320 IJOGGETTS 62.0 *» Full moutb Ewes and Wethers, " A very suitable lot for a Farmer wbb tia§: .suitable paddocks. HEAD of broken and unbroken «v* Colts and Fiilits, a first ciass lot 8uitabl<e for all sorts of work. TOJS S goad HAY in Stack. Insured and can remain for a time to suit purchasers. iO PIGS well bred a&d all sizes ^ YOUNG MILCH COWS {in full V milk and near caiving.) I First Class Mower (new) by Me Cormack 1 -Reaping Machine in good-order 1 Land Roller I G...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. CATCHING COLD—REMEDIES [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

THE HOUSEHOLD. CATCHING- COLD—REMEDIES While it is easy to take cold in midsum mer, colds are usually more prevaleat when low temperature prevails, though less in clear, steady winter than during the variable spring and autumn. " Catch - intr cold.' is4usualiy the result of " inequal ity" of temperature iu fwq parts Qf the body, especially adjacent parts, which dis turbs the uniform circulation of the blood. At the plaje where the disturbance occurrs, *' congestion" arises, that is, a lueh of blood tq ^ part frqn) one direction faster than it is carried off by the chilled blood vessels in the other direction, and this produces serious results if not speedily remedied, \fnis deceased condition may extend over the whole body, affecting most severely an organ already weak. Thus a cold may come from damp or chilled'feet j from even a slight draft of air blowing throught a craclt, upon one side cr portion of the body and cooling it; from standing near a fire or stove, and heating one sid...

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SMOKING FROM A POLITICAL POINT OF VIEW. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

SHOEING. FROM A POLITICAL " POINT OF VIEW. I . . rCoMMUHTCATED. ] : Patting aside the opinions of medical men with Tespect to the advantages, or otherwise, that follow the use of tobacco, as their disagreement on the subject is a "matter of notoriety ; the {prevalence of smoking among thenations of the earth, would lead to the supposition that a habit so widely spread must rest on a foundation of greater solidity than that ot the there' enjoyment attendant on the consumption, of the weed,.either, in what Byroii terms "its naked beauty, viz., a cigar/' or in any description of pipe, from the black, and highly prized cutty of tbe bushrhan, to the costly meerschaum, splendidly mounted, and used only with the finest and most delicately flavoured Latakia. But a volume might lie written on pipes alone.-. That which in England is termed the." yard of «lay," however, may he con sidered as identified with the national character and institutions, and engravings are extant wherein are represen...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday. 6.27. p.m, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday. 6. 27. p.m, The quarterly report of the Govern- j ment .Resident of the Northern Territory States, tbst notbiDg like the a«rage quantity of rain has fallen la. December. This basrct<urtf ed ^ sugar cane. The -De Xisia Company have a large area under crop. Nearly 100 tone of cuttings are being supplied gratis from the Governmena. Nursery. Other plantations are being selected and cleared. The banks of the 'Adelaide river have been inspected by M. De Launay, a French gentleman. who re ports that they are well adapted for sugar cultivation. The revenue for the half year is very good. The Customs yielded £11,400, gold exported £1,396. Some real tin prospecting has been done with good results, bat Mr Price fears many Adelaide applicants will be disap pointed as some of the selections prob ably contain no tin. The hehlth of the Europeans is lair. - ; " . ' ' ' . 8.23 p.m. The report of the University states that last' year,- besides fifteen under* gr...

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ARRIVAL OF "CUZCO." [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

ARRIVAL OP " CUZCO." The " Cuzco" has arrived at Plymouth, and the frozen meat on board is said to be in first-rate order.

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EXPORTS. VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

EXPORTS. VESSELS IN HABBOE. K&lahome, from Newcastle. Vernlam, frotn Newcastle.. E. J. Spence. fromMelbourne. Charles and Arthur, from Scralhport. J. I». Hall, from .Newcastle. Magellan. from "PoriAdelaide. Cjgnet, fronr Port Adelaide.

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AFFAIRS IN BOSNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

AFFAIRS IN BOSNIA. The Bosnian insurgents are commanded bj Russian officers.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. . . Franklin, 8.B., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, a.a., froiii Port Augusta. Royal Shepherd, 8.8.. from Port Adelaide. Iralira, b.b., from Port-Adelaide.

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BURSTING OF A RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

BURSTING OF A RESERVOIR. A reservoir at ■ Calais has burst, by which 30 persons were drowned.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Jan. 28—Wind, Variable, iigbt, Bar. 29 75. Sunday, Jan. 29—Wind, N.W. to.S.W., fresh, Bar. 23 60. ' ; Hotiday, Jan. 30—Wind, S.5V., -strong; ' Bar. 30 00. " , . . . , Tuesday, . Jan, - 31—Wind. _ S.W., strong, Bar. 30-20. *' . Z. - - -* •• -

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"UNION GENERALE" [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

"UNION GENERALE" The Liquidator of the "Union Generate" has appointed a meeting of the shareholders for Friday nest. The Corporation of Lyons stockbrokers are bankrupt.

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COMMERCIAL. wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 31, 1382. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

JFallaroo .. Wallaroo, 'Jan. 31,1382. WaUanto—Wheat, 4s 8d io 4s 9d, Kndina^-Wheat, 4s-7ifd to 4e8£dT Moonta—Widest, 4a 7<I ot'4s 8d. Green's Plaint "East—Wheat, 4s 7dto 4s 7*d. . .... 7, 7" Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s.7idtb 4s8j. 7: ; JJapunga Gap—Wheat, 4s 6Jd, Snosrtotrn—Wheat, 4s 6d. The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo :— flour, £11 5b to £11108 per ton, and 24b per bag, cash. Bran, la 2£d per bushel per ton. Pollard, le 3Jd per bushel per.ton.. - —o— Jtegtitsr Office,-Monday, Jan. SO. The wheat market remains firm, with a fair demand at 4s lid to Ss'f-o.b. Port Adelaide, with but little offering. Flour, is £10 15s.to £11 for ordinary, and £11 5rto £11 10a.for leading brands. Bran, ls l-fd to Is 2d j pol lard, la 3di oats, 2e 9d to 3sj barley, 3a. .

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BULLION FOR FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

BULLION FOB FRANCE Nearly a million pounds sterling were sent to Paris yesterday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

KOTICE TO THE public. To-day the TCAUABOO is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in fnture will be as fol lows I Per quarter in adyance (postage in cluded) 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only he considered in advance if paid dozing the first month in each quarter. D. & a. 3? TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. FOR FRAJS'KLIN HAEBOB. rgiHE b.s.: royal JL SHEPHERD win leave ..WaLI^ROO for FRAISTKLIN HARBOB, on TH1JESD AY, February 2, 1882, at 2 o'clock. r H. H. WAEt>; Agent.

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ANGLO-FJRENCH TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

ANGLO-FJRENCH TREATY. The existing Commercial Treaty be tween England and France has been pro longed to March 31, pending-negotiations for a new Treaty, and arrangements hare been made for further extension should it be found necessary.

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