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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Z£o-ij^r the WALLAEOO TIMES is piinffd jc. a new and enlarged form. The terms* in fixture will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advauee (postage in cluded) ... ... ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s, Single Copy—TWOPENCE. g'^fceriptions will only be considered in advance H Paid^during the first in each qiuu??r* 3). & A. P. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo Feb. 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

COMMERCIAL. —3K.llaroo Times Office, Wallamn "FaK a 1 «S2. Wi Haroo —Whflft. 4s 8d to 4s 9d. K«diua—WbeaV4s7£d to 4s 8i'd. Moonta—Wheat, 4s fd to 4s 8d. ^ Green's Plains Bast^-Wheat, 4s 7d to 4s 7£d. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s 7id to 4i 8d. Baranga Gap—Wheat, 4s 6|d. '^Qowtown—Wheat, 4s 6d. 'fiif# following are the prices current for produc^e^t Wallaroo:— Flow, £11 6b to £1110s per ion, and 24s per bag, cash.' Bran, Is 2£d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 3§d per bushel per ton. ~o— Register Office, Thursday, Feb. 1. The wheat market is firm at 5s. per bushel, at which there is but little offering. Private cablegrams report the English market weak, and cargoes of Australian wheat offering at 51s- 6H. c.f.i. without finding buyers; A parcel of 50,000 bushels, at an outporc,. has been told to & speculator at an advance on current rates,,5s. Id. being the price reported as being paid. FJour is steadr at £10 15s. to £11 fcr ordinary, and £11 6s- to £11 10s; for leading brands....

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WATER SUPPLY. SPECIAL MEETING OF WALLAROO CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

WATER SUPPLY. SPECIAL MEETING- OF WALLAEOO CORPORATION. A. special meeting of the Corporation was held on Friday evening to consider the matter of water supply. There were present the Mayor (Mr Benrs), Cra Walkley, Bath, Trye, Bird, Chatfleld, Phillips, Masters and the Tovrn Clerk. The Mayor pointed out the necessity for doing something, and thanked the Councillors for the steps they had taken in the matter. He suggested that as a large number of farmers near Wallaroo would soon be out of water that the Government be asked to allow them the privilege of getting it from the Government stand pipe at Wallaroo. Cr Walkley moved that all stock henceforth, be prohibited from getting water at the tanks, seeing that the Corporation had opened up the wells wheie the water could be got free of cost. Cr Phillips seconded, and Cra Bird, Trye, Bath, and Chatfleld supported, testifying to the suitability of the water for stock. Cr Masters opposed the proposition, as he could not see why stock sho...

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

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO.SATURDAY FEB. 4, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 February 1882

%\)t Wallaroo dims. HMLLABOO.SATUBBAYj FEB. 4, 1882, By Ibe report of a special meeting of the (A-^poration of Wallaroo in another £»lmjaa it will be seen that steps are being i&ken to provide for a supply of water for the town and district. The four tanks on the eastern side of the town, near the Found, are empty as also the two on Owen Terrace. The farmers carting from outside are now to be confined to the large tank near the powder Magazine, and what re ;i>ains in those near the new Jetty is to be reserved for those in the town who may be in neficj- By advertisement it will be seen that steps $re being taken to request Miose who have been provided for at Kadina to :ease carting from Wallaroo, and the Corporation expect to be able to *Hpply those io the immediate district for ibe present, and are to aek the Govern ment, to-d^y, to allow them to get water from the stand. It has also been decided to send all stock to the wells, where they can be watered free of cost. In o...

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SOUTH WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

SOUTH WALLAROO. FlE8T Iiwings. jSec°nd Ihkings' J" Huxtable c Mayne 0 c & fa Mayne ... Anthony c T Moore 0 not oat Humpries b Mayne 5 ran out .., W Hanton b Mayne 7 b Moore C White b Moore 4 b Mayne J Humpries b Moore 4 c T Moore b Mayne Dobbin b Mayne... 1 c Mayne b Mrooe Huxtable not out 12 c Snelt b Mayne Head c T Moore ... 1 b Moore Gray b Moore ... 2 c Moore b Mayne H Hanton b Moore 0 b Ma;, ne Sundries 7 Sundries 2 1 1 7 8 0 3 0 6 4 7 3 Total, 43 Total, (Jrrnd Total—85. 42

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CRICKET. RISING SUN T. SOUTH WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

CRICKET. RISING SUN T. SOUTH WALLAROO. A very exciting game of cricket was played between the abore teams on Sat urday, Feb. 4, on the Matfa Flat, result ing in an easy victory for the Hieing Sun. Subjoined are tha scores— RISING SUN. Fibst Innings. Second Innings. Mayne b Hutnpries 6 ran out 13 SQell b White ... 17 b Humpries ... 0 Johns b White ... 5 b White 21 PhillipB b Fmapries 1 b Humpries ... 5 T Moore b White 4 run out 1 Caple b White ... 0 not out 5 Moyle b Huoipries 0 run out 6 Andrews b White 5 b White 0 Moore b Humpries 3 a Dobbie l> White 8 Chappie b Humpries 0 b White ... 2 War. Moyle not out 1 b Humpries ... 5 Sundries 20 Sundries 11 Total, ... ... 62 Total, 77 Grand Total—139.

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LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. Monday, February 6 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. and D. Bews J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. Monday, February 6 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, jEsq., S.M. and D. Bews J.P. ramus v W. HANCOCK.—U.J.S.—Claim for £2 16s 4d. William Hancock miner, have only averaged 25s per week for the last ten months. Have four children. -The oldest was seven last birthday. Think. it is abont eighteen months since the debt was contracted. Before the last ten months was earning 35s per week. That was the wages allowed at the Kurilia. mine, where I was working. Paid some of the debt then, but have not been able to pay anything during the last ten months. Will finish our present contract- in two monthfl. Think I shall do better with it as we have a percentage lying in the office which we cannot get until we finish. Will agree to pay 10s per months off the debt. Order made accordingly. First payment a fortnight from date.

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY, Feb. 4. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

| CLINTO^DIBTBIOT.COI7NCIL. i Satubdat. Feb. 4. 1882. - Present—The Chairman (Mr J. Barton), Cm E, Sawyers, and P.Jl Eeic. MJ3JTJTE3 of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following cobbespohdekce was read. Me jPowiEE, of STarroo, wrote drawing atten tion to the -very deplorable condition the settlers were in consequent on . the water Bnpply, and suggested that the Government be requested' to supply each of the three neighbouring Councils with a set of boring tools snffinient for 200 feet, so that they may be lent to farmers wishing to try for water on their own property.' Resolved that the letter be acknowledged, and Mr Fowler be thanked for his suggestions. The Clrbk was instructed to confer with the other Coun cils, and in the meantime to takeaction in the matter. Cb Sawtebh reported the Cocoanut dams dry, and that.he had-a trended a meeting of the Green's Plains Council when tenders were opened and accepted for cleaning out the old one. That the account for water showe...

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GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monday, February 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

GEEEN'a PLAINS DISTRICT . COUNCIL. Monday, February 6, 1882. Present,—The Chairman (Mr W. L. .P. Allen T. Daymen and W. Mxstdtss of last meeting read ed. Messrs Hawkee & Sow of Awarded new map of District with ^_>licatiT'of earns for Chairman's signature, l^also apologising for delay in preparation, and enclosing'account for yame; an account was also handed in for £1—Stationery. Re solved that the amounts be paid. Waxes Supm-tt. The Clebk read a letter he -had received from. Mr Fowler of Yarroo, on the water question. The euegestions therein contained Were that the Government be requested to supply each district with a set of boring tools to be lent ont to individual settlers who were willing to try for water on their own land. T« 4-l*i n a /in iMAaAAf) ani) that the Cleric take immediate steps in the matter, and that in conjunction with Clinton j and Kulpare Councils, of Mr Fowler's views be endorsed, and that the letter be thankfully acknowledged. ' Coitncji Chamber—Mr ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

IMPORTS.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday eremog. j Mr S. Mocatta, shipping agent at Port Adelaide died this morning, aged sixty four years. Deceased arrived in the colony in 1848. A large bush fire is raging on the bills to the south east, dense columns of smoke are drifting over the city. Dr Mayo has invented a sparrow trap by which 600 bare been caught in a garden in five weeks. Professor Custance has inspected the Government Experimental Farm in the South East, and reports the results any thing but satisfactory. He, says nothing has ~heen accomplished to render it worthy of its name. He advises the farmers of the Millicient district to combine sheep grazing with the growth of corn, or preferable root fodder crops. The Central Committee of the Farmers' Association has resolved to ask the Government to lend distressed selectors money to the amount of two thirds of their improvements, also to call together Parliament at once for the purpose of granting concessions in farming districts where the ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

EXPOKTS. . I Per Kalahome—353 tons copper ore, W. S. Works.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

INTEECOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. In some parts of the western districts the crops are averaging twenty bushels per acre. The Admiral and officers of the Russian Squadron have gone on a visit to the mining districts.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOK. j ' Verulam, from Newcastle. E.J.Spence, from Melbourne.

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IRISH LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

IRISH LEADER. Mr Justin McCarthy is to be the leader of tbe Pamellite party.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. 1 Flinders, from Fort August*. Franklin, 8.8., from Port Adelaide. Koyal Shepherd, b.s., from Port Adelaide. JLubra, from Port Adelaide.

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THE QEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

THE QEEN'S SPEECH. The Queens speech refers to the follow ing subjects—viz, tbe marriage of Prince Leopold, tbe French Commercial Treaty, Egyptian affairs, County Boards, bank ruptcy, corrupt practices, and other im portant matters.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, Feb. 4—Wind,Nortb, warm, to S.W., strong. Bar. 29 70. Sunday, Feb. 8—Wind, South, -strong. Bar. 2945. Monday, Feb. -6—Wind, S.E., Treat, fine; Bar. 30-20. . - - Tuesday, Fdb. 7—Wind. S.6.E., ireab, fine, Bar; 30-10.

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THE GOVERNMENT FAVOR MR BRADLAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 February 1882

THE GOVERNMENT FAVOR MR BRADLAUGH. The Government support the previous question in opposition to Sir Stafford Northcote's objection to the adminis tration of the oath to Mr Bradlangh.

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