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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

SHI t PIN G NEWS. ARRIVED. " Saturday. Jan. 28—Franklin, e,s., .395: tme, Crocker, master, from Port Augusta. •. 7/ Sauie day—Capella. 73 to&B>(Iversoti,m^&terrirotn■? CwtAngm.- . Sunday, Jan. 29—'Flinders, a.fc., S70 to&SpM&oic^ son. waster, from Port Adelaide. . \r">. Same <iay—Ijubta, b.b., 224 tons, Creer^infeflterj. from Port Pi He. . - „ Monday, Jan. 30—Cygnet, 84 tone; Jones, mas- ' ter, from Port Aqelaide. •>.

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

Shipping* v FEOM WALLAROO. SPJBlTCfBit'S J- QPLF STE4M ship cqy.,limited, Dispatch: their Steamers as under, when practicable ;— f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA-^ SxtotayMohneetg (_ at^a.m. HilVLU, . FOE PORT PIRIE—•? Thttbsday, V T C at ffo'slock. C BOYALSHEPHERD, POST XINOLOlf Teubssat orJ&iDAT, L 4 o'clock p.m. f FLINDEBfl, " W JMIBDii. at 5 o'clock, p.m. FRANKLIN, POET ADELAIDE.— Sasvssat, at 5 o'clock, p.m. • —Or— EMU, ^ at 7 Bim. -o FOR f ROYAL SHEPHERD,' FRANKLIN J Ai/tebsate Thitssdai's HARBOR I. At 2 pan. o Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or .damage] most he rendered within 24 hoars of vessel's j discharge.; and none will be admitted for j breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the j Company' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyance...

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

IMPORTS:''" * ' Nil.

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

SAILED. Saturday, Jan. Mr-Franklin^ 8.8.. 395 tons, Oockcr, master, Tor Port Adelaide. Same day—Haldoii. Lewis, 5£ tons, Petersen, master, for Port Pirie. it,.' i ;■ j.' J1;. 1. Same da;—Ftal&la,.999tons; ftiyiitar, tnaeter; far Calais <JVance); Sunday, Jan. 29—Flinders, &8j-27S£oik, Ander son, master, for Port Augusta.. .. -*. Same day—Irubra, axi, -2a4'tons/CE86r> 3d»etw-, from Port Adelaide. — . ,, ■

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HANLAN AND TRICKETT'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

HANLAN AND TRICKETT'S MATCH. The S&teh which was to have taken placeofiftie Tyne between Hanlanand Trickett is not likely to come off. Han lon requires £500 to be paid down, but Tricbeu's London sopportera can only raise £200. - SistJannary. THE NEW FBENCH MINISTRY. The newly formed Ministry has been favourably received by the Paris Press.

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FAILURES IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

FAILURES IN GERMANY. In addition to the large failures that have taken place in London, the latest news from Germany convey a Intelligence of the failure of several large firms in that country.

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A WATER supply. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.); [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

A WATEB supply. (to THE editor of tkb VTAIjlaboo times): Sib —In your issues of Jan. 21st and 25rb J alt. respectirely jou had leaders on the^^ > subject of water-supply for tbe Peninsula, >a 7 which you succeed admirably in illustrating the old Scotchman V" ides, (an idea, by the bye, that is peculiarly appropriate to you when rqa look at any public movement that Jladina makes—namely, "you're o' wrang, you're a' .wring, you're a' wrang together.") With reference to the matter of water supply the ttiatter is too important to allow your statement'to go. juncballeiiged, and I under* take to show "^'tHat" 4lie' course that we suggest is not wrong," but the most suitable and most - convenient course to adopt to meet the' wants of the district* Sir, if I have read your leaders correctly the principal points for which you contend and on which yoa base your opposition to the effort that is now being made to obtain a permanent supply of good water by the Bublio of Kadina,tore as follo...

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"CHRISTMAS" CHAMPAGNE. (TO THE EDITOR OF WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

I " CHRISTMAS"" CHAMPAGNE. {TO THB BDITOK OK "WAX.IiA.aOO TIMES.) Sra,—-The dally papers inform as that Mayor Christmas, of Kadina, lately paid for (i.e., shouted)' ebiiopagaeVfot the Govern ment—viz., Bray & Go. Does not thin fact •hew that fcisl loudly Taunted profession of being s jf%rm friend of teetotal principles and practicesfo-& Complete sham? I think it also » greatsbamej and'that- his conduct in this matter will give true .vain to hdndradt of others besideo. —Youra, &c. A I'BIHrooy thb Teetotai Cattsb }. AND A • IiOTBB OV CONSISTENCY.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGBAMS. London, January 30. Received. Feb. 1, 12.10 a.m. EFFECT OF CHANGES IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

_ latest nifiws. EUROPEAN TELEGBAMS. London, Jatiuiry 30. Beceired. Feb. 1, -12:10 a.m. j EFFECT OF GSANGESm FBANCE. Owing to tbe Ministerial .^changes in France English rates have been raised to 6 and Belgian rates -to 9 per cent. There is great excitement: in Erance owing to tbe suspension ofthe " Onion Gener^le." Tbe Paris Banks guarantee 85,000,000 francs to help authorised Brokers in negotiating a satisfactory set tlement of affairs.

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CRICKET. SOUTH WALLAROO v. WALLAROO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

CKICKET. SOUTH WALLABOO v. WALLAJIO BAY. An exciting one innings match was played between the above clubs on Saturday last, r t Wallaroo. The Wallaroo Bay team went first to the wickets, and although they vent out cheap at . the beginning tbe latter end of the team made a good stand. The miners* followed'- add ^airagod '^o obtain a victory aHbougb one. ofitheir' number retired hnrt-> Tbe hatting of both teams-was good, and the bowline wasabout equal, but the fielding of} tbe visitors' was vastly superior. Subjoined, are the scores i-— SOUTH WALL ABO O. FiEST Ihkings. W. Humphries li Keeling ... - ... & A. Dobbin Q Morton b SLtelfng 0 W. Hanton c & 6 Heeling ... ... 9 J. Anthony (capt.) b Kempster 2 J. Hnmphriea b W. May ... ... 39 W. Huxtable. et. Sellara b Keeling ... O JVHuxtable c Keeling b -Kempsteic * 9 C. White retired harti... „» ... O J. G-raig e. Andrewq _b'W. May .., ... 6 J. Head not out " . ... ' _ 1 J. Hoar not oat * ... ' ... . ... O Sundries *** M« ...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

THINGS IN GENERAL. by tb'addites . It is not likely .that 'the youth of South Australia will be allowed to get an overwee ning desire for athletics if the whole of our colonists are "as generous i& their actions towards manly sports as the present members of tbe Government appear to be. GifFen, whose excellent play has", led -to his tjeiiag selected to represent Soqth Australia in the Australian team that visits England this year, is employed in the .General Post Office. He has been granted leave of absence without pay. Surety tite colony is-at very low water if it cannot afford tp pay, the salary. at a representative in sucli a team. The. Govern ment of Victoria is eometimeB ridiculed by as, but in this matter we might well follow the example set "by our neighbors, and pay Giffen his salary, which, nblle tf will not be felt by the; colony may be of rait importance tobim. We have had inatancefl«f engineers and other publics servants being'allowed a trip to Europe;, and' at t...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLARoo, WEDNESDAY. FEB. 1. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

%\)t ^dlat00 Chnts, =- - noo, WEDNESDAY. FEB. 1. lfisa. j -^.«w — ■ - ■- - • * " ■ r ; The Hon. R. D. fiossi'^*Ife°t■of"'tI,ft I^oyal Agricultural. Society,. u.' ®a™ed the gratitude of the comraunityioti.f compilation of the'paper which-he read before the above Society , on the 81st December. In that, paper Mr Ross has done two things, first, he has shown-the increasing importance of our large area of scrub lands, and, secondly, he has demon strated clearly the causes whicli/have led to the increased demand for . .$uch. lands, and in so "doing has placed clearly before the public the claims of .two men who bave been the direct means of bringing about this great change,-through their inventions of the stump-jumping plough and grubbing machine. We refer to Mr Bichard Bdffyer Smith of Kalkabury, and John Scoble of ILadina. Of course, now that the value of these inventions are beinjg found out there' are dozens of other individuals who would fain make the public believe they either sugg...

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POLICE COURt—KADINA. MONDAY, January 30, 1882. [Before P. W. Gurner, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

POLICE OOUltr—KaDINA. Moxdat, January 30, 1882. [Before P. W. Gurner, Esq., J.P.] Emily Beohle? and Ann Smith were, cWged on the information of F.O. FitapBtricfc with unlawfaHy wandering ■ about' the streets ■ without any yieible means of support,. .V;' ^Tbecase wm adjourned until $fcd|ieafay, ■' VAU-Ksoo times.} . |[' Sik|—i^MiSK^Mi O^any of the numerous ^readers <^yDu**?riaely circulated journal, state if ^]|bal>1^5meatefl Pelican has been Men in a^0f tbc^ftlie^^astraiiiiQ colonies, of the|ram^|^i§i^s that whicb a few sport ing gentlemen «zt3Wroared'to capture resent ly near Por^Mtpp^ton. It is a great pity their untiring exertions and eneigy was so ill re warded aetbe Bpeoimeja would bave been a great acquisition and attraction as a nucleus to our local Museum.— PAN.

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

•BBwpun VBium eqi aj noq pus 'nSna pus qooxnouu 'aouaixa uoobq ei^ 8a0Hi0(l0Jd:lBiib.a flj anjxjra iCq «oa npflttrodBJd sjirs epta uqp voooa paao^oim jeja-it} oi{«, esonx . 1 , aopoo etujo Awu'ano eq? eojjpe*-wte?3iq jt« a« sj uoppHwIftid oq? ji ^ ueweug vw?8Aipue quia jo 'joivm wj se?uunn 0^4 m ouoijjoq wSub jo a^mis «—duo qenjuflwq a 09 iryuooas-'Bs; v-r» SNOIJOaaiQ ' "" *■■ 1 " '. ' , ■ ": ■" ~ ^eodwqo 01^ eaojeiaq} si pas 'sow^wwq jo floooQ paao^oiq? uoracnoo oqv jo qiSawis oqi eatni».oojq» em ■ 1 v;i , Mo'qivett wijoq oqi ui qa«nio}? w&jpp qsora Qi^ qijMeajSfletp }oit (im pq« 'Sai^inmi^ pjw eAiiu^nn e; 5 -tiax fo dno « s? i(OM bb ijuiq? 4«n«-lKM pan 'auiqeojjw m 'aiq« bb bi 'pefov^zo oesq BQq.u^Qq eqf jo eq) jo aoi^aod y —' a«y BaixiuYiiaoaa sxi - 'ffuunoavjf to usftvw uffwof&uv Jbuoijippn ptoi^m 'amaq voooq jsaq 9\[% Mtosf \iopudojg Mtfjb ntoipM.np pnodils w$ uapiin pajnpvJhuvjQ 6,00m s a?eaa HOYLETON AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT YARD. A M'CRACKAN begs respectfully t...

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KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, January 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 February 1882

KADINA CORPORATION. Mo: DAT, January 30, 1882. Present—His Worship the Mayor (M> J. J. Christmas) Crs Kobes, Johnston, Bleakley, ! Barnett, Roswarne, and the Town Clerk. Minctes of previous meeting read and con firmed. The Mayob reported that the outcome of the agitation for water had b.-en that the Govemwnt had decided to twt from Wallaroo to Kadina. The charges were to be the same as on the laBt occasion when water was supplied—»iz. is per hogshead. The station tank was full and no more would be hauled until notice was given. He would direct the attention of the Council to the fict that the station tank held nearly £20 worth of water, and as the Corporation wai respon- | I sible for the cost it might be well to keep down the supply in case of ram, wlien of j course the Council would have to pay for what | I was not ufeJ. The following Cobsespon DEJfCB was read:—From the SUBVEYOfi , Genebax's Office enclosing diagram of road I I through New Cornwall property. The ^true* | ing no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

B1 WALLABOO COEPO RATION. NOTICE. T^JOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, That on and after this date, WATER WILL NOT BE SUPPLIED from the Corporation Tanks at Wallaroo, to those for whom provision has been made at Kodina. By order of the Council . J. THOMPSON, _ , Town Clerk. February 4, 1882. GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. A PPLICATION3 will be received by the above named Council up till 2 o'clock in the AFTERNOON of MONDAY, Feb Persons willin2 to ERECT or ™£It? ^u"d KEBP a DISTRICT POUM) at Kulpara. By Order, JAMES WILLSHIRE, Clerk, CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES AT H. PEARSON'S GRAVES STREET, KADINA. 1-9 PEARSON has always on hand i Large and Well Assorted Stock of ENGLISH. COLONIAL&CONTINENTAL BOOTS AND SHOES, From which Customers mav select, AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES! Men e Strong Soots, at 12b per pair, wun.1i 14s Men's Bluchers, at 8s 6d per pair. Men's Elastic Sides, at 12s per pair. Men's Canvas Boots, at 5* 6d per pair. Women^s House Shoes, at 5s 6d per pair. Women 6 Goloshed Lastin...

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ENGLISH KINGS AND QUEENS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

ENGLISH KINGS AND QUEENS. The following summarised account of the Kings and Queens of England will prove useful to many young folks attend ing our public schools, and interesting to many others:—Since Christmas Day, 1066, when William the Conqueror was prawned in Westmiaster Abbey, England has been governed by thirty-one kings, four queens, and two Protectors of the Commonwealth. One King, William III., reigned in conjunction with, his wife, and onp queen, Mary Tudor, associated her husband, Phillip of Spain, with her in the government. Four sovereigns were of the Norman dynasty, and reigned 88 years; eight were Angevins, or Plantagenets, and reigned 245 years j three were of the Hoijse of Lancaster, and reigned 02 years; three of that of York, and reigned 24 years; five were Tudore, and reigned 117 years ; six were Stewarts, and reigned 9Q years; and th^re have been six sovereigns of the House of Brunswick, which has existed now for 167 years. Kings have governed for 698 years, que...

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ABOUT RAISING HEALTHY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

ABOFT RAISING HEALTHY WOMEJf. Perfect health is very rare, especially among women. Yet the difference be tween young men and yoqng women, in tfifs reSpect is hardly ap, great as it "was 20 years ago. Is not this jueoause Fashion has allowed to women ami girls greater liberty in outdoor-exercise lor some years past? Also, because Fashion has slightly mitigated the barbarities of the feminine costume ? Women dress more warmly in winter than they used to dp, girls wear thicker and more solid shoes, and looser waists, arid all indulge more in croquet, skating, and other open-air exercises. Many things go to the making of a " perfect woman, nobly planned," but good health is the foundation necessary for the perfection of all other gifts and graces. If we judge by results we must conclude that the old methods of bringing up girls were a mistake, especially among those who paid most attention to what Is called education.- One danger to growing girls has been and still is .. .. Playing the ...

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GREEN'S PLAINS WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

GREEN'S PLAINS WEST. (From our own Correspondent.,) The Primitive Methodists held their I Church anniversary on Sunday and Wednes day last, and were eminently ^ucceosful.. As indeed they deserved to be, fpr it is seldom that we have seen anything better arranged and carried out on these Plains. The friends came together on the Sabbath expecting to hear tfoe Rev. J. Lloyd, who through illness was not present. In his absence no better supply was desired than that of our esteemed Circuit minister, the Rev. J. H. Williams, whose sermons and addresses are always received with gladness by the people. On the Wednesday the picnic began in earnest at eleven o'clock, ar;d it was soon epen that pleasure not labor was to be the order of the day all over the Plains. They came from the east and from the west, from the north and from the south to play cricket, croquet &c, to discuss wlieat, weather, water, church affairs, &c., and, better stiU, to test the. quality of fine h$m gand...

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RISING SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

KISING SUN. Capt.,—F. Phillips. Umpire— -N. Andrews. W. Moore l.fc.w b Matthews . 2 Chappie b Matthews ? Moore c Rjdgway b Bo$e 0 W. Moyle b Bone ... 17 Caple b Bone 4 Phillips b Bone ... 1 Andrews p Allen b Bone ... 25 Moyle b Bone 0 Williams b Bone 5 J. Lugget not out ... 1 Lugget b Matthews 0 Sundries 7 Total, ... . ... 64

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