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PNEUMATIC TELEGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

PNEUMATIC TELEGRAPHY. j_Tfae following article will be read with special interest by many In our own district. A short time since some machinery was erected at the Kurilla Mitre, which bad previously been em* ployed in the Pneumatic system in Lon don.] It is indeed not a little surprising to find that electricity, under some circum stances, may be superseded by air. To create a vacuum in a pipe or. tube is merely a mechanical process, accom plished in an instant by a powerful steam-engine; and for short distances, especially within great cities, it has been found a greater saving of time to use such tubes for the dispatch of the actual written message than to re-telegraph them from a general centre. The pneumatic tubes in London extend to some twenty-one miles-; and the follow ing very admirable description of the system has been written by one who has given much study to the subject— " Twenty miles of pneumatic tubes are terminated in graceful carves at what is called the * tube-bo...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

ROMAN CATHOLIC STATISTICS. The "Catholic Directory" for 1882, published by Messrs Burns and Oates, by the authority and under the sanction of the Cardinal Archbishop of West minister and the rest of the bishops of hie Church, shows some interesting and instructive facts relative to the progress of the Roman Catholic religion in England. The archbishops and bishops in England.and Wales are 14; not reckon ing those of the Sees of Shrewsbury and South wark, which are vacant. There are also in Scotland six other ^archbishops and bishops. The priests in England and Wales now number 2,036, serving l,190 churches, chapels, and missionary stations; in Scotland thereare 295 more, serving *286 ehapels, &c., thus showing that both clergy and chapels have doubled' in less than 25 years. In 1858 there were only : 749 chapels in England and Wales aad 177 iu ScoMaad, this, total of the priests, who served Hiem being 1,179,I The Soman Catholic peers in the. titrep, kingdoms, are 38 the baro...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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LARRIKINISM IN KADINA. (TO THE EDITOR OF WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

LARRTKTNISM IN KADINA. (to the editob of wallaboo times.) Sib—While on my way home from Church on Sunday evening last, I unfortuuately came across a number of larrikins seated on the footpath with their backs to the wall of the Miners' Arms Hotel, who (no doubt feeling hurt at my presumption in walking so near to them) pelted me with dust and gravel, soiling and damaging my apparel. I turned round and remonstrated but my remarks were re ceived with derision, and on proceeding on my way I was again assaulted in a ' similar manner. Unfortunately I was unable to identify any of them, and the odds, in point of numbers being too great to permit of my capturing one of them, I have no redress but to make it public; for if eucli conduct goes unpunished when taking place in the centre of the town, how must it be in the outskirts ivIiam vnmon am Hi a Tin tion of anv kind is afforded. —I am &c " JAMES DOCKETT, Xadina.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

Ig§i° Mr A. J. Huet, Surgeon Dentist, has arrived from London with all the latest improvements in Dentistry, and can be con nelted at Marshall's Chambers, (adjoining Marshall's Musio Shop), Handle Street. Adelaide, from 9 a.m. till S p.m. A set of Artificial Teeth from £5 5s.—Adtt.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKKAMS. Friday, 8.20 p.m. Thomas Uope, in the employ of Messrs Miller Bros,, railway contractors, was severely injured at Quorn to-day. He was thrown from a diray which parsed oyer bis body. Captain Kracher and Lieutenant Holster of the German warship ' Carols,' now lyiog at the Semaphore, were ?rel comed on shore at Port Adelaide to-day, and entertained by the Mayor of Fort Adelaide in the Town Hall. They were afterwards received by the Mayor of Adelaide in the City HalL The Captain on both occasions expressed bis gratifica tion at the coTdial receptions they bad met with at the hands of South Austra lians. The Royal Agricultural Society has decided to collect information respecting the Codlin Moth which it is feared will be introduced into the colony unlees proper precautions are taken. The in formation will be forwarded to the Got ernment leaving them to take what action they think proper. The Committee ap pointed for the purpose, report to the Government that in the...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

IMPORTS. . -Ex Royal Shepherd, for Wallaroo—6 Vernlam. 16 iti lelting Works, 3 Bristowe, 50 Dttvies & Co..,'l6 IA »ith, 2 North & Harman, 17 Co-Op.Sy., 2 Cropley, 3 Cing, 12 Levido. S2 Carr 2 Trye, 23 Burpee, IS 3«vrto&, 6 J. and H. Heath, sBoHmeyer, 88 Bath, 2 3 rke, 9 Graves, 15 Go wan, 3 ShephBrdeon, 7 S lunary. For Kadina—5 WiUi&ma, 7 J- Williams/. 1 ir Hutchinson, 5 Barnett, 29' Scoombe; £ Anson, t". T. Hall, 44 Thomas, 43 Borlace. 21 Qainton»3i 3 rden, 3 Brown, 60 Kendell, '56. T. H. Hall/28 J ckney. 45 CoofeySTippefct, 118 Korilla Miuing < mpany, 1 Kerrison.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Friday. Messenger, the veil known oarsman of Victoria, arrived at Auckland a month ago under the assumed name oj Carter, and pulled in several -events. His real name was discovered when he arrived at Wellington. The Boating Club refused all intercours with him.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

EXPOKTSi, 1 Per Royal Shepherd—2 oases, Kanffman; 3 dor, ;l 1 ciel; X Whyte, GounsaIl; and Co.; 30empiSeBi W I j iith; 7 Sims aad Co.; 4 I'rimrojse and Co;i 1 v \!ji9 findSpirit ahdCo. v

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DEATH OF A GERMAN WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

DEATH OF A GERMAN WHITE E. Auerbacb, a German writer of some note, is dead. . j

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

YESSELS iN Yeral&m, from-« ewcastie; ' •4 E. J# Spence, from Melbourne.

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MURDER IN ALBANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

MURDER IN ALBANIA. M.r StUlman, the " Times" correspon dent, has been murdered at Ipek in Albania. Feb. 10. SIB HENBr PAEKES AT NEW YOBK. Sir Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, bas arrived at New York.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED.' ~ - ' : Franklin, 8.8., from' Port Augusta. • Flinders, 8.8., from Port Adelaide. Royal Shepherd, s-8., from PortAdMaide. - JLabra, *3., from Port Adelaide, . -

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RUSSIA WARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

RUSSIA WARNED. | Austria and {aermany have officially I warned Russia, demanding a disavowal on the part of the latter of Pan-Slavonic in tentions.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

WEATHER. - .Wednesday, Feb. 8—Wind, iS.W., moderate, sea l! smb. Bar.30*20: ' Fhuraday, February 9—Win<l, :S;'W;, Didd., Bea 1; ieze, Bar.30*l(J. ' ■ fridaji February 10—Winfl,: 8.W., fresh, se»; I Teae; Bar. 30*00., - \ - r r-.: - . -

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 9th February. Received, Feb. 10, 12.10 a.m. FIGHTING IN TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

Latest njuws. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 9th' Febraary. Received, Feb. 10,12.10 a.«n. FIGHTING IN TBANSVAAL. The Boers with three guns attacked Montsima, a native chief, on the 10th of January. The fighting was proceeding till the end of the month.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

1 - - ..- . : ■ t TIMS SIGHf Ali. Hurbour Office, Wallaroo, j Time signal on the Goveramentflaget&tt at e -flfarbour-Masfcrs residence thK.flag-J||JT, hitf andfedj) will be hoisted ad every Sunday tn orn i n g at eight o'clock, Adelaide mean ; -ioBtant of eight o'clock. lhc^flagw!U|ajp|p riiBponding to Greenwich mean time in 38 7s. After the time signal has been . tlm ITiiiinn .TubV trill !m linisteS." 1 T.-CAfiSOW' Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

— ' _ /I" Shipping. ^BGMWALLASpO. T|j|^WgfcSi smp^oX^anrsjn, Dispatch theixSteamers as under, •when practicable^--. . " f JTJNPERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA-} SttiojayMoening (. at 7 a.m. ■ .— o. ■ -■■ ■ {LUBSA, • Thbbsdax, at 7 o'clock ui.a. ■ ■ " 0 r ROYAL SHEPHERD, POET LINCLON Thttbsday orFspAy, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f FLINDERS, IWBI)K,«SP AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. tbaSbxin,! PORT ADELAIDE.—^ Sa.^bdai,. o'clock, p.m. LTJBRA, StrirBAS,. siiTiMu FOB f BOYALSHEPHEED, FRANKLIN | Axtebnate Thtospat'e HARBOR V. At 2 panr < P .. •>• PasBBge money snrsi be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. : All claims for abort delivery or damage must he rendered within 24 boars ofvessel's discharge; and none will' be ^admitted-. for breakage, &c., unless BamB is pointed out at time of dischaige. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions On the ComjspF' form of BiU.of Lading- ' _ The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co;, Ii united. H. IT. WARD, Agent, Wal...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

SAILED. - Wednesday, Feb. 8—Flinders. s.s.,' 376 ' t6ns, J$ "dereon. master, for Port Adelaide.- - «• - * rhnraday.' Feb. 6—Royal SbepjieJ-d.s^;, Z&jboas;' (>• mpb»l!, master, for..Port Adelaide \na ;4?prt 3j icoin, _ •: ■=*' '• r Same day—Lnbra, e.u., 224 tons,. Craer, masted"' I' • Port Pirle. « Same day—Governor Mnegrave b.b., Carrington, ) t jter, for Franklin Harbor.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

i H If.PJL!JJ&; W SJ A-RRlVED. ^Wednesday. Feb. 8—Vlinders, 275 tons, deraon, j»&Bter. from Port Angusta.. „ Cbaraday, Feb. 9—Eoyal Shepherd, i.e. j 545 tonsi f F mpbell, master, .ftem -Pott Adelaide Via Port. ?" looln, Passengers—Mr and&trB Baird, Mr Tal- . 1< it. and Master Sinclair, in the cabin.'-n - ,:■■■ »■ ! ■" Same day—Labra, e.e:, 224 Ados, Crter, master,,. I >m Port Adelaide. ; Sams day—Governor &asgraves.8.. <5a,riih|^jn, j ; tster, from Port Broogbtoa.' ■ ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

MISCELLAUEOTTS. A Notei. Fdkeha.l.—A few days ago a very novel funeral took place in the Blue Mountains. An old woman died, aged eighty-eight. A speculator had her life insured jnst six months before for 5000 dollars. The document, which had to be *" signed, sealed, and delivered" before she gave her consent to be insured, re&da as follows:—" hereby agrees, if Margaret Bandy consents to bare her life insured for 5000 dollars in his favor, -that, upon the issue of the policy and the transfer of the same, she shall receive 20 dollars cash, and a. monthly payment of 5 dollars (on the first day of each month} for as long as she lives and the policy of insurance holds good : that when she dies the said will at once engage a city undertaker, who shall take charge of: her body, and keep it as long as possible be fore patting it on ice.. Two reputable physicians in the neighborhood must examine her, and determine that she has -not been murdered ; that, when they are satisfied she is...

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