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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

IMPORTS. £i Itoyal SUepherO, liar wauaroo—i vrrosse, 20 Co-'J p. Sy.t 19 Sedanary, S Hospital, 76 Smelting Works, S Peneelley, 43 Bath, 6 Darke 90 Davies and Co., 59 North & Harmon, 2 Bird, 4 Bmton, 34 3fay, 7 Brietowe, 3 Gorrasi, 11 Bnrpee, 20 Kala liome, 2 Bollmeyer, 3 Trye, 2 Cropley, 1 Birks, 1 Taylor, 3 Smith, 8 Levido, 3 Stephens, 22 Oliphant. For KadiDa—11 Rodda, 02 Burden. 59 Bendell, 36 Borlace, 10 Horwood & Co-, 28 T. H. Hal), 231 Squibb, 34 Wallaroo Mines, 5 Clark & Co., 2 AneoD, 12 Cook, 2 Thompson, 2 Kennedy. 15 J. Hall, 10 Q lititon, 3 Secombe, 3 Brown, S Williams, 5 Bar cett, 10 Harris & Dawt, 1 S. Barnett, 16 Blackney.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

CRICKET. BOOR'S PLAINS v RISING SUN. Tbis match was played on the Kadina cricket ground on Saturday, Jan. 28, betvye@3 the above clubs. 4-*1 time would not allow the game to be played out. the match was decided by the first inoings. The scores are as follows:— BOOR'S PLAINS Capt., R. Matthews. Umpire, J. Matthews. J. Alien b Moore ... ... 3 F. Ridgway o & b Moore ... ... 0 Bone b Phillips ... ... ... ... 10 H. Ridgway b Moore ... ... ... 4 P. A1 len b PhillipB ... ... ... 6 Lee b Moore 30 Matthews b Movie ... ... ... 4 Cliatnpion b Moyle ... ... ... Q R. Bone b Moyle ... ... ,,, 4 Mitchell not out... ... ... ... 4 ThomasbMoyle... ... ... - - ... 2 Sundries 3 Total,

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

EXPORTS. Per Royal Shepherd—43 empties, Smith: 9 Piim Toee&Co.; 11 Knapm&n; 50 Watkins & Beccett; 1 Five&sb ; 2 cake., 1 ptge., Bobin & Co. Per Franklin—153 tons ore, E. & A. Copper Co.; 30 tons Soar, Daffield & Oo;; 8 cases copper, Elder, Smith & Co.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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"CUBISTMAS" CHAMPAGNE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

" CUBISTMAS" CHAMPAGNE. (to the editor OF the WAIiIiABOO times.) See,—In reply to your correspondent *' A Friend of the Teetotal Cause" X think it due to Mr Christmas to state that 5t is not he who is to be credited with having shouted cham pagne for the Government, His original in tention was to rpgale them with tea and buns in true teetotal style, and was only dissuaded from doing so by several leading citizens in forming him that he had no right to force his teetotal principals upon other people, and if lie did bo he would make an ass of himself. No doubt it shows a declension. Besides he didn't pay for it, as suggested by your corres pondent : he sot the Comoratiou to do that part of the business.— -Yours &c. Ajtothee Fribsd of the Tjsetotai Cause.

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VESSELS INHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

VESSELS IS HABBOB. K&iahome, from Newcastle. Vern!atn, from Newcastle. E. J. Spence, from Stelbourns. Cygnet, from Port Adelaide.

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A WATER SUPPLY. (To THE EDITOR OF WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

A WATE® j?UPPLYf (to THE EDITOH OF WALLABOO TIMES.) SlB,—In your issue of the lat jinst appears a letter signed " J. J. Christmas" re water supply. The question is one of great im portance to this district, and the public should have every opportunity afforded tliena of freely and openly discussing it, in order to arrive at the best plan of improving our present condition. My views on the question hare already been publicly seated, which are briefly as follows; That eo far as Kadina and its immediate surroundings are concerned, the present provision for conserving water is abundant. The scarcity of water at Eadina has been caused solely by farmers living at I Tickera, Kinnes, Peela Weela and the outside ! boundary of the Hundred of Kadina. If, then, it is the drain which is made upon the' town supply by these farmers which runt it short, I say, make additional dame foe. the benefit of those who require them, and as near their holdings as possible. The site which Mr Christmas recomme...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. flinders, e,u., from Port Aflal&ide. tfjranklin, b.b., from Port Augusta. Jtcyal Shepherd, b.s., from Port Adelaide, liubra, b.s., from Port Adelaide.

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A WATER SUPPLY FOR KADINA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

J~ A WATE li SUPPLY FOE XADINA. j (to the editok of the wallaboo times.) OIR,—in reply to your leaner 01 Jjeo. x, I regret very much that I .cannot either clear the brain that you have, nor have I any means of providing you more.. Still it is a pity, holding the position you do, that of Editor of the Wallaroo Times, that you cannot understand such an epistle as you refer to, even though it ehonld appear a little foggy, as it appeare to me, judging from your effusions generally that you are more accus tomed to fog than sunshine. You say, sorely he does not mean to eay that this journal has ever thwarted anything that was likely to benefit Kadina. No, I do not know that Xadina has much to complain of in this respect for she has been too well able to take care of herself generally, and prevent your advocacy injuring her interests. Perhaps I had better quote one or two cases, as you will not under stand that each has erer been the case. Take the case of tbe Kadina and Adelaide Railway, ...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday, Feb. 1—Wintt, ».w., moaer&w use. Bar. 30-10. Thursday, February 3—Wind, S,"W., light floe. Bar. 29 65. Friday, February 3—Wind, N.W., fresh, warm, Bar. 29*90.

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RAMBLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

EAMBLINGr NOTES. By Rustic. Amongst the moat picturesque and interest ing drives that is to be found in travelling north is from Port (Acrolein to Wirrabara. The Gorge through which a road has been made presents one of the most enchanting pictures of nature in it's rough and rugged state that it has ever been oar pleasure +o witness. On arriving at the mouth of the Gorge, the scene behind is one of unparalleled excellence: Rising away from the north like an ocean of green foliage, we beheld the Baroota creek from the banke and bed of which the large gum—" the giant of the forest —grows most luxuriantly, and shrubs of " all kinds in full blossom, were to be seen pre senting a picture 'of real magnificence. South vest was the town of Sort Pirie, and west we saw the grand old ocean which as the sun went slowly down looked like a sea of glass mingled with fire. A sunset more calm and truly lovely one could never wish to see. The Bay where seven vessels were lying at anchor, also added v...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office. Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

TOlE SIGNAL. Harbour Office. Wallaroo. I Time signal on the Government flagstaff at ; ihe Harbour-Masters residence the flag H, I (white and.-ed,) will be hoisted to the mast-^ - ..ead every Sunday morning at fire miritite*: to eight o'clock, A_de!aide mean time, and <bn 1 tfae instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop); florrusponding to Greenwich mean time lOh j 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been j made the Union Jack will be hoisted. ' j J. CABSON Observer. j i i

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

Shipping. FROM WALLABOO. _ TITHESPENC E E'fi A. OTlf STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, 1 Dispatch their S teamersai under, when practicable :— " f FLINDEBS, FOR POET AUGUSTA-^ SronbATMoxomra (_ st 7 a.m. - o———' r LT7BBA, FOB POET PIEIE—< Thitbsdai, (.at 7 o'clock m.a, °~—1—' : ' f ROYAL SHEPHERD BT LINCLON^ Thtobday' or Fstday, V. at 4 o'clock p.tri; o — ' _ f fUNDBBfif, (WEDNESDAY, at 5 o'clock. p.U). franixin, POET ADELAIDE.—-{ Sambdat, | at 5 <?clocfr. t LUBRA, S VXifXV, at. 7 a.m. FOB f ROYAL SHEPHERD, FRANKLIN I Altebna3® Thttb8DAy,£ HABBOB L At 2pjn. Passage money must be paid' before em barkation. No orders taken. ^ . All claimB for short delivery or cfetoa^e mast be rendered within 24 honrs oFvessel's discharge; and none will be admitted} for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed', oat at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamerseub ject to the clauses and exceptions on. thej Company' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

SAILED. Wednesday, Feb, 1—Flinders, b.b., 270 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Magellan, 681 tors, Carlsson, master, for United Kinpaom via fort Pirie. Same day—J.I<. Hall, 680 tons .Simpson- master, for Newcastle. Same day—Capella, 73 tons, Iveraon, master, for Port Pine. Thnreday, Feb, 2—Boyal Shepherd, s.e..' 215 tons, Gamphell, master, for Franfclin Harbor. Pas sengers—Mr Russell in the cabin. Same day—X/nbxa, b.b., 221 tons, Crser, tnaBter, for Port. Pirie. Same day—JTJeetwing, 45 tons, Williamson, for Port Adelaide. Friday, Feb. 3—Boyal Shepherd, s.s., 245 tone, CampVll, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

SHIP PIN G Klf S; ARRIVED. Wednesday. Feb. 1—Flinders,. b.b,. _ 270 .tone,. Anderson, master, from Port Angrsia. Same day—Fleetwing, 45 tons, Wi-liomBon, mas ter, from franklin Harbor. - Thursday, Feb. 2—BoyaJ Shepherd, B.s.» 245 tons, Campbell, master, from Fort Adelaide via. Port Lincoln.' Same day—Lnbra, s.s., 224 tons, Creer, master. \ from Port Adelaide. Friday, Feb. 3—Royal Shepherd, 215 tone, Campbell, xaasfcer.from Franklin.'Harbor.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Perth, Friday A considerable amount of wreckage lias been foand about (he beach twenty two miles south of Freemantle. It is supposed to be tbe wreckage of the brig " Junna/' now overdue at Hobarfc Town. The leases of the 500 or 600 square miles in the North Western district has been approved by the Crown Lands Office. Most of the Lessees are Sydney men.

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LATEST NEWS. ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. £ Friday evening. The s.«. Garonne's pastengera "after being quarantined for thirty-one days on Torrens Island were released this morn ing. The Government steamer iady Diana conveyed them to Port- Adelaide where a train was in readiness to convey them to Adelaide. . The man Johnson, is declared convalescent. Opinions are divided as to the treatment the passengers received while on the bland ; bnt none of them appear aacli worse for their confine ment on the island. Dr. O'Learyand Mr Lewis, for the care taken of the passengers, are highly spoken of; bnt the Police are considered as being rather officious agents. The Orient Company gave each first class passenger, before being landed, a bill for ten shillings per day for thirty one days board and lodging; to the second class passengeis seven shillings and six tjense were charged. The accounts were II^^Bed under protest. None of the J^^Bgers paid for their kind treatment the Island. The Income of the Sooth Australia...

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MAGISTRATES COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

MAGISTRATES COURT. Geegoby v Hobeisk—Information for an infringement of the Baeh Fires' Act. No one appearing the case was dimissed. Same v Davies, & anotheb.—A similar offence. Neither party appeared and this case was also dismissed. Emut Beosieei and Asir Smith—Young girls, were charged with having no lawful visible means of support. And pleaded guilly. Patrick Fitzpatricfc, Police Constable stationed at Kadina. From information received, went to the neighbourhood of the Kadina Cemetry, and found the girls lying under a bush. Sentenced to one month's imprisonment with hard labor.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, Feby. 1, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. and F. W. Gurner J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

LOCAL COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, Feby. 1, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepberdson, Esq., S.M. and P. W. Gurner J.P. w iiiiiTATvrs t. iTPFE.—Claim for £1 18s. Thomas Williams, publican, lent Fyffe £5 on 7th May. Received two instalments, 30s and £2. The balence has not been paid. Verdict for plaintiff. Thompson v Mili.ee—Claim for £? 2s 6d. Mr James appeared for the defendant. Adjourned as do particulars of claim were furnished.

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OBITUARY. REV. JOSEPH ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

OBITUARY. BET. JOSEPH ROCK. A ls,°"r PaiDfal duty to record the death of the Rev. J. Bock, Bible Christian Minister, which took place at bis resi dence, Kadma, early on Wednesday rri- T»e.reT* gentlemen was a native F Stairorashire, England, and came, to the colony in the year 1853. Prior to his arrival here he was connected with the Methodist New Connexion Church, and at the early age of Sixteen years he became a local preacher with that body. Four years after his arrival in South Australia he joined the Bible Christians and was appointed by the District meeting to take charge of the Port Elliot circuit where he labored most successfully for a period of three years; after which ho removed to Kapuada where he retnaindeti for two years. During his pastorate of Jtapupda Church a great reviyal was experienced which resulted in the erection of a new church. The Bev. gentleman was greatly beloved by the people and after being stationed in the Adelaide Circuit for three years, and Meuat T...

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LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, February 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., (G. J. Wyatt and T. Jones J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

LOCAL OOUJ&T—MOONTA. JfurDAY, February 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherd son, Esq., S.M., (5. J. Wyatt and T. JoneB J.J .P.) Tonkin v IiAkqdon:—Claim for £3. Mr Beare appeared for plaintiff. ! Sicbard Baatian, poaudkeeper, Moonta. i Produced the pound book. Mr John Iiang ! don of Nalyappa, impounded two horees be longing to Mr Tonkin on Dec. 39. There ; were 15s damages laid on by Xi&Qgdon. They were released by Mr Tonkin on Dec. 30. He paid amount. Believe it waB under pro* j test. The cattle were released. [The ponndkeeper here left to obtain the protest.} W. H. Tonkin, miner, know, the property from which the horses were impounded from, j Saw the fences frequently before that. On the north side 15 posts are down, and on the | soutli side there ttje gaps of S oat 4 Jcbainp. On the ecst eide the fence is passable. The ' horses were in hobbles, when pounded,* By My Benre—The place was under crop at the time. I entered a written protest when releasing the horses. . [The...

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