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MOONTA. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

MOONTA. Fibst Innings. Cocking b Walk ley Hill at- Ey b Seeling Chappie ran oat ... Bennett b Walkley Learmoad c Henley b Walkley Boberts run out J. Bray b Walkley J. Bray run out Mofiatt l.b.w. b Walkley Brown c Griffiths b Keeling Schwan not out Sundries Total,..,

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 8, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

WAIiLABOO CORPOEATION. Wednesday, Feb. 8. .1882. Present—His Worship the Mayor (Mr . D. Bews.) Crs Walkley, Bath, Trye, Bird, Masters, Phillips, Ch&tfield, Gliphant and She Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Public Wobks Befobt. The Public Work'i Committee reported , that the daymen had been employed dar ing the last fortnight in cleaning watertables in the West and South tfTards, which will be completed in about a week. We would advise that one dray be dispensed with at the end of this week. On completion of the above work yodr Committee would recommend that the dajn^en be employed in cleaning oat the draiq^leading into all the tanks so as to be in readjHpsr sn case of ram ; after which, in breaking the metal in the Post Office yard. Hairing visited the experimental wells near .the Gnat Britain Mine, your Committee think that any further, expenditure in that direction would be .useless, there not beting, the least probability of even a ...

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WATER SUPPLY—PUBLIC MEETING AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

WATEB SUPPLY—PUBLIC MEETING Ar KADINA. A public meeting was held in the Odd fellow's Hall, Kadina on Thursday evening, ' Feb. 9, to consider the advisability of urging upon the Government the necessity of j providing a permanent water supply , for Kadina, Thomas' Plains, Boor's Plains, and Peela WeeTa. There were about twenty farmers present from the immediate neigh* borhood, and about 200 others. The Mayor, Mr John J". Christmas, in introducing the business referred to the shocking condition of affairs that existed at present, and he regretted the necessity for such- a meeting. Action was taken some weeks ago when the Chief Secretary visited the Peninsula, but the circumstances had altered very materially since then. At that time they had no idea of the run that'would be on the Buppiy they had. The demand was .daily increasing -and really the district was in a pitiable condition. Ma Chbistmas was then voted to the chair, and added that he took the position felling the Beriousness o...

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CRICKET. WALLAROO V. MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

CRICKET. WALL 1BOO V. MOONTA. An excellent match took place between the above clubs at Moontaon Wednesday afternoon, and ended in a victory for Wallaroo, the match being decided by the first innings. Wallaroo went in for a second iunings and had 6 wickets down for 37 runs when time was called. Sub joined are the scores:— WALLAROO. First Ikktngs. Walkley b Moffat... 12 Andrews c Bennett ... ... ... 2 Hood ran out ... ... ... ... 1 Keeling ran out ... ... ... ... 0 Richards b Moffatt ... ... ... 18 _Ey b Moffatt ... ... ... ... 0 North run out 0 Griffiths b "Bray ... . , 7 Murton b Bray ... 0 Harman b Bray ... ... ... ... 7 Henley b Bray ... ... ... ... 1 Sundries 15 Total, 63

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WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

WALLAROO BOABD OF ADVICE. Tile first meeting for this year of the Board of Ad rice for Wallaroo was held si tbe Court House, Kadina, on Ttiesdaj morning, February 7- There were pre sent Messrs J. Malcolm, J.P., (Chairman), J. J. Christmas, «f.P„ (Mayor of g»a«i»ii)r E. Warming ton, J.P., F. *W.. Garner, J.P.,and A. F. Taylor. Apologies were made for tbe absence of Mr D. Be^e (Mayor of Wallaroo), and Capt.'itotliony, JT.P. .i , Minutes of last meetiag were read and confirmed.- : v ' The Chairman read the following annual import for tbe year ending 31st December, 1381, and mentioned that a copy of die report bad been sent to the Hon. the Minister ofEducation. Eepoet Fob Y^^ Slst Dec, 1881. Meetings.—During the year 17 Meeting! oftbeiward have been held—viz; 9 ordinaiy . and Jf special meetings: ;, MEMiEBB^The number of meetings At-' ♦ended by the mepibew of tbe Bdard are at follows j—Thomas DaVieg, 1 • T. 16 j 33iocl Anthony/^jr^-^i^Wfter^iS i ^u. Malcolm, S^. Mr^ Shoinas jpf:j Jfebtt...

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MESSRS ELDER, SMITH & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

MESSES ELDER, SMITH & Co's. REPOBT. Messrs Elder, Smith & Co. report as >llows:— Wheat has been in very active demand all ie week, all lots offering finding buyers at ill rates. Oar latent ealea are equal to i ljd per bushel at Port "Adelaide,; tlie rice at ontports is 5s to!5s Id.- There are, a understand, still agood many ships nprovided for, so that prices are unlikely «td •cede for come time. It should, howeverj^be ime in tnind that the rates now ruling here <*e more than equivalent to present European does, where it is expected priced tnay rule igber later on in consequenee .of -.tlie almost •tal failure of the last European crop. Fiottb.— This article-has also improved in ilue, town brands now being worth .£11 10s > £12 per ton and countrybrande'abdutjKll, t which price we have placed some hundreds tons during tlie week. ' Iftrge.'qaantitieB of jur are also being shipped toiEurope, recent ■count sa'es showing good results. are ad that our effor...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Feb. 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

Witllsaroo Time* Office, Wallaroo, S'eb. 11^1382. Wheat iB SCarce and our local Wheat buyer? litre daring the past few days increased if eir limits from 4s 9d "at .Wallaroo;'to Sb, ;j - which price most of the stored iirheafcaiid if ie small lots remainingin farmersJiancl's will j > dogbt be sold. Flour-has ale© risenin. ■>; line, £1110s being refused Jbr one of .OBr j' ifls for a parcel of 300 tons £o-b. Wallaroo ttj. Bran and pollard are rery scarce and r. great demand at present pncea,;.Tiz, bran, 3d by tonpollard, leidbyton. We • £ tote j Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s. . Eadina—Wheat, 4s ll^d. Moonta—Wheat, 4s lid. Green's Plains Eaat—Whe^t, 4s lOjd. Green's Plains West—Wheat,- 4s lid; Barunga Gfo]*—Wljeat, 4s 10d. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 9Jd. The following are the prices current for roduce&t WalJaroo:— Flour, £11 10s to £12 per ton, Bran, Is 3d per bushel per ton. Pollard, 1b 4d.per buBbelper ton.; . •*—o-^ . SegUter Office," Monday, Feb. 6. The wheat market is firm t.t to&am...

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BOIL IT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

1 BOIL IT DOWN. . Whatever you have to say, my friend,. Whether witty, or grave, or gay, Condense as much aseyer you can, And say in the readiest way j And Whether you vtite on rani tffiiin, ~ Or particular things in town, Just a word—a' friendly advice— Boil it down* For if you-go spluttering over a page When a coaple of lines would do, Your biitter is spread so much, yon see, That the bread looks plainly through^ -SowbeByouhave a story to teH, And would-like a little renoun, To make quite sure of your wish my friend Boil it down. When writing an article for the'press, - Whether prose orverae, just fry ' To atter your thoughts in the fewest words, And let it-he crisp and dry ; And when it is finished, and you suppose It is done exactly brown, Just look it over-again, and then— Boil it down. For editors do not like to print An article lazily long, And the general reader does not care For a couple of yards of song. So gather your wits in the smallest space If you'd wiu the author's c...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

3Tijt SKSallatae Cimcs. ' AVAI/LiAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 11-, -1882, It wa9 gratifying to find that such a re presenta t i vegatheringof farmers attended the meeting atKadina oq Thursday even ing, for the purpose of taking steps to i ir. press the - (jSrovernment^with -theaeies tity of taking immediate sfepsforprovi fl ing a permanent -water Bnpplyfpr' the Peninsula. Certainly there wer£ bat few from bej'ond the - immediate neighbour loodof Kadina, but: as the Iresolutions 1 assed ^comprehended a roach ftider area there is so question but jtb^ would have I een strongly supported bythoBe living at a distance. There is fio? question the' position of affairs is TOOfch more serious lhan it has ever been oft any'pre fiour •.j-oasion; for, in additionio-'the increase of population, which of course means a preater consumption, the stock o&irfater has exhausted amonthto sixweekseailier than it was on the occasion of our Jast drought, ao that ire irave^the'unpleasant fact to realise tha...

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DIRTY CARPETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 February 1882

DIRTY" OARPTCTS. Cleanliness is without doubt, a great characteristic of the English people, bat widespread as it is, there are still a fen points upon which some improvements and a little more thought and attention might with advantage be expended. Foremost amongst these stand carpets and floor coverings generally. The time these are allowed to Remain untouched in the majority of English households is really fearful to contemplate. An annual beating daring the spring cleaning, and in rare cases an extra one before the winter ■eta in, are tbonght all-sufficient to keep the carpets of all living rooms thoroughly clean. Let us think for a moment, how ever, what the accumulated dirt of 865 days means in a large family of growing boys and girls, or eren in a household of grown-up. people. The matutinal sweep ing, it is true, expels a certain amount of dusC and dirt, but, as a rule, mora than half of it is carelessly allowed to settle in again. The impurities thus collecting materially t...

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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.; -o-day the WALL2LR00 TIMES is dated in a new and enlarged form, he terms in fature will lie as fol ^ 5ws:— 'er quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage . included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only lie considered in advance if paid during the- first month in each quarter. D. & A. P. TAtlOR. Times Office. T -A - Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. ;

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

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. THE SALE of Farm Stock and Imple ments, advertised to be held next Wednesday, on the farm of Richard Renfrey, Green's Plains East, is withdrawn, and the goods will not be sold. JAS. LANG, Auctioneer. WALLAROO WATER SUPPLY. NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN That at a meeting of the TOWN COUNCIL, held this evening, it was Resolved, that AFTE^ WEDNESDAY, February 8, no Water will be supplied to those living outside the town, as it is necessary to reserve the small balance for hnman Consumption. In rpply to a request sent by the Council the Government have consented to supply farmers and others from the railway stand pipe, at the same rate as is charged to resi dents of Kadina. The Corporation has already opened seven wells for stock watering, which will be avail able to the public FREE of COST. By order. J. THOMPSON, Town Clerk. Wallaroo 7th February, 1882. WATER! WATER !! TO THE EATEPAYEES OF GREEN'S PLAINS, KUI/PAKA, CLINTON AND SURROUNDING NEIGHBOURHOOD. A PUBLIC MEETING will be...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. Waenixg to Snobing Husband m — " Wake up, dear, and stop snoring," said a woman to her husband. "Eh I Wassa matter now he asked, as he half-raised himself in bed, *' Won't you please stop snoring ? If you only knew how home sick it makes me, I am sure yon would." " Hoine-sick ? How can .my innocent snore make you home—3ick ?*' *' Why, you know, deai, that the home on the coast from which you took me, a joyous bridge, was only half a mile from a lighthouse foghorn; and every time you enore it reminds me so of home that I just can't stand it. Please lie on your side, and have some respect for my feelings." Love laughs at locksmiths, and yet there isn't anything very funny about a locksmith. II There is only one woman we know of, savs a Transatlantic contemporary, who can let other women pass by her without looking after them to see whether their polonaises are " shirred" in the elbow and " cut bias" on the watch-pocket. The woman in question is a tobacco eign on Pin-str...

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A DAy'S WORK IN POUNDS OF FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

A DAZ'S WOES IN POUNDS OF FORGE. Host farmers are already tolerably well convinced, ia their own minds, as what a day's work means, but they will be none the less interested in considering some of the results of experiments which have been made by physicists and phy$iologists for the sake of determining, witli as much precision as possible, how many pounds of force are really exerted, on the arerage, ia a day, by laboring men. The French physicist, Coulomb, determined, long ago, that a man turning a winch performed each day an amount of labor equal to lifting 374 tons to the bight of one foot, ajid the JEnglish physicist, Haughton, | found, in his turnj that a man habitually employed in ramming dojrn paving stones did an amount of work equal to lifting 352 tons one foot. Haughton. computes that walking on a level surface at a rate of about 3 zniies gn hour is equivalent to raising one-twentieth of tfce weigh £ of the body through the distance walked} hence it appears that a man, of ...

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LARRIKINISM. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

LAfilULKlNlSM. j (TO THE EDITOE OF THE WA1LAHOO TIMEB.; J Sib.—Xn reply to a letter signed James Dockett, appearing in your last issue; will you kindly inform the writer that if he is agaiu attacked by- larrikins sitting agaidBt the wall of tile Miners' Arms, if be will call on the proprietor I will ensure the safe capture, or marking, for I identification, of the agrcssor. —i am, otc. i JAMES HALL.

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

MAlTLAjm (From our o»rn Correspondent) % meeting was neiu ac jrearce s xor&t Valley Hotel on Saturday last, H Lamebed Esq.. J. P., presided. The ob ject of the meeting was to obtaiu conces sions from the Government. The chairman spoke on the general questions and stated that since he bad been farming on tbt Peninsula it had Jeft him £900 in debt and he bad only been able to maintain his position as a farmer by his outside occupations. Mr Wilkinson proposed, "That in view of the distress arising fiom the last few bad seasons on the Peninsula it is the opinion of this meeting that aii arrears of interest when paid, and all future payments of the same, be credited to the selectors as part of the purchase money." Messrs Wilkinsen, Hyde, Kelly, Waterman Wilson, and Wil liam Shannon spoke on the subjec. The second proposition was moted by Mr James Howard, " That in . all cases where any selector has agreed up to date to pay a higher price for the land than he is able to pay, or th...

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MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1882. (Before S. Moody, and Jas. Smith, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

Mohuat, Feb. 13. 1882. (Before S« Moody, and Jas. Smith, J .J. P.) I mich.ael X/eokabd was charged by M.U. Noble with being drank in a public place on the 12th inst. Defendant p^aded guilty. Fined 5a. - Swakn v Swaott—This was a case under the Inebriate Act. Order granted. Bak&eb Gbegory v McAttxey - John MeAuley was charged by William Gregory. C.L.R., with removing timber irom Crown Lands without a valid licence or other authority. Defendant pleaded guilty. Fined £2 and costs 28*.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

IMPORTS. ] Nil.

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SATURDAY, February 11, 1882. (Before Edwin H. Derrington and Henry Lamshed J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 February 1882

Saturday. fetruwy 11> 1882. _ /Before £dwin HDerriufiron *»<i Jiewy tt.t.t.w giois' was ch'a*jge<i % Boberfc there from did fdonlDueij ^7®®; , r t tm^ith butter iniTaiiw ;., e:V>';vi¥ineibbeii5tb February. - jnjtfce mmping left tiw «®# tin 51WUW: in the aafe in the house. It is my property, Seo 104 Hd. ot Cunningham. At half past eleven same day, / found some one had J»een; through the window. Found the wicdbw partly open. The coffee tin jirtuchcontained butter was missing. I had marked the tin. I swear positively to the iliil. : I then came, to Maitland and procured a search warrant. I went in company, with M;C."Nobleand found the tin, on the premises in the safe out side the prisoner's Father's place. I observed foot prints outside the window leading towards O'lioughinfs place. Was present when UC. Noble tried the Boots to see if they corres ponded with the foot prints.'- They corres ponded exactly. Tried the foot printB for ten steps, distance from O'L...

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