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ARTHURTON (KALKABURY AREA.) January 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

AllTHDRTON (KAliKABURY AREA.) I . (rrom our own Correspondent.). | January 3, 1882. It is gradually becoming warmer and tbe farmers are taking full advantage of it as the reaper is going from tbe first thing in tbe morning to tbe last at night; and from those who bare cleaned tip seems to give perfect satisfaction- I do not hear anyone grumbling, .but all have happy faces. Christmas and New-year's <day passed off very quietly, as all the farmers where too busy to spare - time for pleasure. There is one thing I must not forget to mention, although busy all day, some of the young folks could not let tbe new year come in without having some enjoy ment ; so oar new landlord. (Mr W. S. Bichardson) gave a Ball on Monday last, which was a grand turnout. The room was full, and everyone enjoyed themselves and appeared very sorry to part. This township has been very dull for tbe last month or so, but it is to be hoped that it will soon improve. Our blacksmith bas sold out and I bel...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

EXPOitTS. \ ; Y Per Royal Shepber^L—28.e®giios, Smitji v 4 And 1 brl. beer, 1'rimrose laid Cb: ; 1" empty, Knapman; 1 <lo.. Sj-me and 3uion4,l&3«^ C j. ; s do_, Sims .amii bagof 3jag». ,H*rri»^ .Searfe an&Co.- """ -*ijv -'sir-.T? \ Per Lubra—20 passengers, &nd a qoantity-of luggage. .... ...

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PORT AUGUSTA. January 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

PORT ATTfiTTSTA. fFrom our own correspondent. Y I January 3, 1882. I The Christmas holidays hare passed off very quietly, very few amusements being provided for the pnblic. On the 29th the s.s. Flinders made an excursion trip to Point Lowly, about 40 miles from here, and a great number availed them selves -of the opportunity to take a sea trip. A few enterprising residents chartered the s.s. Star of Hope, a Port Pirie boat, for • an excoision trip from here to that Port. She left1 on Sunday morning, 25th, with between twenty and thirty passengers, and returned on Wed nesday evening, all having spent a plea sant holiday. - On the 28th the Foresters held their annual picnic at Saltia. They left by a special train soon after 9 o'clock and arrived on the ground at 10. 'the Com mittee roust be complimented on their choise of a ground , for the picnic, as it was on a'pretty spot Completely hemmed in by bills, and nicely shftded by some fine old gums and -pine trees. A long programme of sp...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

. VESSELS IN &AEB&R; Jfoonta, ship, fromifexycastle. i-* a ■ .Magellan, trom Part Adelaide «; Siixon, from Newcastle. ^ Falala, from Fore •' Ballaatgt^Undt

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGltAMS. Friday evening. The cutter Petrel, that was lost from Editliburg afew days ago,-has been washed ashore near Ardrossan; but neither of tbe bodies bare been found. . Most of the retail; tradespeople have intimated their intention of closing at 8 o'clock on Saturdays, with further con cessions six month hence. : Mr Jackson, of the well known brewing firm of Bass & Co., waB a passenger to Adelaide by the Graroune, and is amongst the quarantined passengers on'Torrens -Island. • . The Commissioner of Public Works leaves for the North in ^advance of the time fised^for the Port Augusta Banquet, in order tovisitfeeveralplaces from which requisitions liave been receiv ed. . The City Council hare instructed their solicitor to prepare a Bill for presentation to Parliament asking'authority to open, a road through Victoria Squarel ~ Mean while the fencing operations have bees suspended. The City Surveyor reports that the means of egress -from Garner's Theatre is quite...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. JBosphorns, tiarqne.from Newe&gtle. 3.1». Hall, from Kewca&tle. E. J. Spence, from ileihonnift. - * Franklin, s.s., fr6ni Port Augusta., Flinders, from Port Adelaide. Hoyal Shepherd, s.s. , from Port Adelaide. ' " Lnbraj s'js.j from Port Pirie.

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THE TIMES' ON THE NEW SOUTH WALES FINANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

THE < TIMES' ON THE NEW SOtJTH WALES FINANCES. The ' Times' in an article published to day criticises adversely the Finances of New South Wales. It stigmatises the undue scrambling for a surplus as most dangerous, and considers it strange that Secretary is tmmindful of the necessity of applying such sums to a re daction of the debt. It. suggests that reproductive public works is the legiti mate channel for surplas funds. Excep tion is also taken to the colony negotiating fresh loans.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday, January 4^—Wind, S.W., mod.- fide Bar. 30*10. V . • •: Thursday, January 6—TVind, S.W;,' mod. fine, Bftr.'30-15. . | Pri4ay. January 6 —Wind," Variable. light, fine. Bar. SO-10. . • ' i

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GREAT FIRE AT VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

GREAT FIRE AT VALPARAISO. A most; destructive fire has occurred in Valparaiso, by which property to the amount .of half a million dollarB has been destroyed. -

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

TJa^ur Office; Wktlaroo. j 'V roe signal on at e:if tfarbour-VListfers j^idehbo ( vU te andre^.y^WW-bc hoijt^^otlieniast every Sunday morning at'ee t) i Ight o'clock, Adelaide mtfa^tiinle, nirajdn^ tW instant of ei^ht o'clock. thcflpgi^l jitrop con'L-sponding tj Greenwich meitfffmSifiOh ■ 45m 38 7s. After ttie time -»ignslvjiee been made tlio Union Jack willi>e lioiitei.* J. CABSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLABOO. flKEE SP EI CM B'S X CHILE STEAM > SHIP COY., LIMITED, 1 Dispatch theirSteamere as under, when practicable ; - - il f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA -} 8D*T>AYMoB$rnff& at 7a.m*< '' : r EMU, ;1 FOB POET PIBIE— ] ,JChobsddas, , ■{ kt 'p o'clbci.: : —o— — ;! f ROYAL8HEPHERD, POBT LTNCLON-j Thubsday or Fbidax ^ . at -4 o'clock p.«a. f FUNDEBS, WsspSSiT. at ^o'clock. p.m. FBANKJJN, POBT ADELAIDE.—| Satttbbat, " at 5 o'clock, p.m. ~0 EjtUi : ' S^r:K:DAY, at 7 a^m. FOB f ROYAL SHEPHERD, FRANKLIN j Aiteesate Thttesdat?s j HARBOR (_ ■ • At S pjn. o ■ ■ -■ - . Passage money- must be pud before em-;| barkation. Noorderstaken. : All claims for short delivery or damage] must be Tendered within 24 hours ofTeespreJ discharge; and none will be , admitted /for'j breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at •' time of-discharge. ;l All cargo is carried by these steamen . sub ject to the clauses - and. exceptions oa the ^ Comjiar r' form of Bill '...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

SAIDBD. Wednesday, January 4—Flinders, *•., 270 tons,; Anderson, muster, for Fort Adelaide: Same day—Fleetwing, 45 t0n*,WiHiatnS01i, mas ter. for Franklin Harbor. Thursday, Jan. 5—Lubra, b.s,, 224 tons, Creer. master, for PortPirie. : Friday. Jan. 6—Royal Shepherd, 8.8.. 2i5 tons, Campb"!!. master, for - Port Adelaide^, via Fort Lincoln. Passenger* for 3Port-Iancolii:—Mr and ' 3f rs Warner, Mrs and Uisa Cropley. and Mr E. Q. Blackmore, in the cabin. •

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

8 Hit P I N G 1CE"WS. ^bived.Vv Wednesday. JaiuaryjJ^Plindera.27Eioiw,: A deraon, master, frOnt^PaEfcAttgugta. ; ■ v - { . Thursday, Jon 5—Bojalj$hepher«L'4M&' 2JB tons, Campbsli, master, fr«n Port tAdtf Poi(t 1 Lincoln. ^ 1 ' i - t i Same day—Lubra, s.b., 224 tons, Gt*er4 master, from Port Adelaide yia Moouta Bay. - - ! ;

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THE POPE PREPARING TO QUIT ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

THE POPE PREPARING TO QUIT SOME. ; His Holiness Pope Leo "XTTf,s feeling his present position in Home, to be any thing bat comfortable, has resolved to quit.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, January 6, 1882. Received, Jan. 7, 12.10 a.m. MOVEMENT TO PREVENT EUROPEAN NATIONS INTERFERING IN AMERICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

EUROPEAN London, January 6,> 1882. Receiv$d/Jsn,7, 12.10 a.m. MOVEMENT TO PBEY.ENT EURO PEAN NATIONS JNT£BFERING IN AMERTO^A^iiRS. " Mr Biaine, 4be -Iate Sprctary for Foreign Affairs in the .United States Go vernment, has invited {be American Be public to. a Conference in November next, to adopt means for preventing ^Europeans from interfering in American Affaire.

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 4, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

POLICE COUllf—KADINA. Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherson, EsqM S.M.) C. L, Ranger y Bodda—Charge of allowing one head of -cattle to depasture on the Travelling Stock Beserve in the Hundred of Kadina. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 2e and costs. 'Same ▼ Willshire—This case was ad journed from the previous Court day, to $liow of the ranger producing evidence o.f the ownership of a horse now running in Mr Wiltshire's paddock, that had been found on the Reserve io Nov. last. The - Banger Stated that he had not been able to gam'any forther information, consequently the case was dismissed, Mr Wiltshire being granted CQsts. James Eeed was fined the lowest pen alty, £3 and costs, for burning a heap of chaff on his section in the Hundred of Kulpara, without -giving the required notice to his neighbours. There was no damage done, and the Presiding Magis trate said as the fine went to the District Conncil, that body had power if they thought proper to return the amo...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, January 4, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Messrs T. H. Hall, and J. J. Christmas, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

LOCAL COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, January 4, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdsoo, Esq., S. and Messrs T. H. Hall, and J. Christmas, J.J.P.) (Jlabk v. Thomas—Claim for £20, dam age'sustained on aceouut of tbe defendant having wrongfully removed a number :of; posts from the plaintiff's land, converting them to his own use. Mr James for plaintiff, and Mr Beare for defendant. George Clark, farmer, near-.Kadina— About 13 months ago cut down some posts on my own land, and deposited them along the line where they had to be pat up. I missed the posts between the 22nd and 26th of October last. Valued tbe posts at '£2 5s a hundred. There were 150 posts. I searched for about a fortnight for them before I found them. ,_They were in Mr Roach's paddock, about 7 miles from where they were taken. They were placed in the middle of about 800 others. Saw defendant next day, I told him my posts were in tbe heap; but he told me not to touch them unless I had a search warrant. My brother was with me. After some...

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WILLSHIRE V. NICHOLAS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) January 5, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

WILLSHIBE V. NICHOLAS. EDITOB OP THE "WALLAROO TIMES) January 5, 1882. Sir,—-JL beg a space in your valuable paper to make a few remarks on the case of Willshire v. Nicholas, tried on Tuesday last. Had I thought that the plaintiff's witnesses could swear so hard to the position of the buggy tracks on the road, I could have got several,persons to prove that1 the tracks were plainly seen on the middle of the road next morning, as I was up there myself before daylight and catted; several persons' attention to the tracks. Besides, the plaintiff .has acted very unpentlemanly. through the whole affair. In-the first place, he never came to make inquiries whether the young fel low was likely-to die or not, although h© passed the honse&equently; and on receipt of his" letters I went to Mr Beare, in -Moonta; for advice in thematter, He told me fae=could do nothing for me as Mr Willshire had been to him about the case, and as be also employed the only other lawyer on the Peninsula, it ...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4, 1882. (Before Messrs T. Davies, J. Malcolm and E. Warmington, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1882. (Before Messrs T. Davies, J. Malcolm j and E. Warminetoo. J.J.P.) Estheb Rogebs Mas charged on the 'information of Win. R. Bristowe with stealing from .the Globe Hotel,'on Jan. •2,15 lbs. of bfijefand 121bB. of pork. Win. Roberts bristowe—Know priso ner. She Was employed as an assistant at my house on Monday. Missed some beef and pork on - Tuesday morniDg. Prisoner had access to the pantry during the day. The pantry was not looked, but the kitchen was locked on Monday night. Saw prisoner yesterday , at the Globe Hotel "in presence of Constable Bishop and my wife. She owned to having taken the things, and offered to pay anything, rather than be prosecuted. In conse quence of this admission I gave her in charge. By Police—Never gave prisoner or anyone else any authority to remove any thing. Mary 4.nn Davies, widow, residing at Wallaroo—Remember Monday last. Was at the Globe Hotel. When I was going to leave, saw Mrs Rogers in the pantry. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To day the W4LLAE00 TIMES is-' Painted in a new and enlarged form. ; The terms in ..fhiiirg.- ijriH. lows:—? ?1'r. -I-'' Fer quarter inatfaance(postage in-; . clud^ ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) -W*' ." • ... 4s. Single Copy— rWOPENCE. Subscriptions wiil only beransidered in advance if paid during the first month ineachqa&rter. D. & A. F. TAYIOE. Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan 4,1882.

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