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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane Friday. A telegram from Thargomingah states that a thousand head of cattle have been swept away by floods in Cooper's Creek. The cattle belonged to the JNocklunga station.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

B H II HM 6 N B W S. ARRIVED. Wednesday. Feb. IB—Flinders, b.b., ^S tops, . Anderson, master, from Port Angusta. Thursday, Fob.16—Boy&l Shepherd, e .V&24S toga r. ' Campbell, master, fr«m Port Adelaide >;yu, Port liincoln. Passengers—Mr and Maato^epttch,' tfi88 Bdhotxse. - T~ Same day—Emo, b.b., 385 tons, Creer, master, from Port Adelaide ria Hoonta Bay. Same day—Post Boy, 60 ton*. Steel, master, from Fort Pitie. - . •• . . .• . JMdtf, February 17—Royal Shepherd, si., Si6 tons, Campbell, master, from Franklin Harbor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

Shipping. FBOM WALLABOO. fTTHE SPENCER'S X GULF STEAM • SHIPOOY., LIMITED, " Dispatch their Steamers as under, "when practicable f if UN JiERS 3 FOE POET AUGUSTA-} Stxni>ayMokning ^ at'7 a.m. ° 7~~ EMU, FOB POET PIEIE—< Thubsbay, Cat 7 o'clock m.a. —o——— f BOYALSHEPHEBD, POET LINCLON -i Thubsday or Fbiday, t at 4 o'clock p.m. 0 ~flinbees, Wb3>^bs»>x. at 5 o'clock. p,m. FBANTOilN, POST ADELAIDE.—-j .8 a tub b i t, | at 6 o'clock. p.m. I . EMU, StriTDAT, at 7 a.m. FOB f EOYAL SHEPHEBD,J FRANKLIN j Amebsatb Thubsday^ HABBOB ^ At 2 p^ti. o Passage money hubt be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage most be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed oat at. time of discharge. i All cargo is carried bj these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the | CJotDjapy' form of Bill of Lading- " . The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co.,Limited. H...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

> ' TWPORTS. Kx Royal Shapherd—20 Bristowe, 61 Davies. and Co.i -6 Smith, 8 North ftHarican, 14 Co-Op. Sy., 7 I<evido, 19 Cropley, 1 Haughan. 43 Burpee. 2 Heathi 6 Trye, 2p May, 6, Barton, 19 Thomas, 7 Bollmeyer, 1 Pengelley; 1 Taylor. 5 Darke, 4 Stephens, 32 Balb, S Birks, 3 King, 1 Kidgway, 3 Karrieoo. far Kadina—6 Walla rOO'Mines, 1 Cornish, 1 Williams, 1 Styles, 17 "Bani®fc, 6 AjM&,26TrnBC6tt,I3~J." Hall, 36 Rpugh,2 B^rJ ace,"17 ULDm&a. 6 Pitfcpatrict 17 Q Clin ton, 9 Uodda,163 Bbdaaf^S D." Brown, J Brown, 81 fiorwood, 8 Bendell, Oti Hall, 10 Blaofc ney, 14 Cook, 7 Tippett. For Bnowtown—IB Bctch. Ibrd. > r ,

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

SAILED. Wednesday, Feb. 15—rtinaers, 8.T!., wo tons, Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers _ —Messrs Willisana aad'Goagh in the cabin; 6 adults and 4 children in the steerage. '' ThBreday, Feb, je-'-Boyal Shepherd, 8 .a.. S46 tons, Campbell, master.for Franklin Harbor. Ebb sengers—Mr and Master Spitolv.£lr Seats, - aad Hiaa Edhcmse and 3in the jtteer&ge. . '{ * "! Same day—ifimu, B.s., S85t6ns, Creer.m&eter, for Port Pirle'.- "l" --y ; - .:■•*£' Friday, Feb. 17—a'ost.Boyj 60 ions,Steel, mas ter, for MoontaJBay. Friday, Feb.W—Royal 6hepherfli ««., 335 tons, Campbell, master, for Port ftrtnlaifte via fort Jjincoln.

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JEWISH OUTRAGES IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

JEWISH OUTRAGES IN RUSSIA. A number of Jews have been outraged at Kishineff, io Bessarabia in Southern Russia. Ten were nearly killed.

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MURDER IN GALWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

HUEDEE IN GAL WAT. A police constable has been murdered Galway.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London 16th February. Received 18th. 12.7. a.m. WRECK IN THE ATLANTIC [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

LATEST NEWS.. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London 16th February. / Received 18th.l2.7; a.m. WB.EGK US THE ATLANTIC The Ship Bahama' lias been wrecked in the Atlantic. There were twenty lives lost.

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POLICE COURI—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 15, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

POLICE COURI—KADINA. W EDJTESDAY, Jfceb. 15, 1882. (Before J. B. Sbepherdson, Esa., S.M.) B. Manclabke, Clerk of Kadina Cor poration, v, Nottle—Defendant was charged with allowing his cattle to stray id the public thoroughfares of tbe town. Mr Manclarke intimated that as it was a first offence, he was prepared to with draw the case on tbe defendant agreeing to pay the cost of information and sum mons. The defendant agreeing, tbe ease was withdrawn. Costs 10s. Same v. Cubits—Similar case, and similarly dealt witb. Same v. Hebbebt—Withdrawn. CoBts 10s. Same v. Gobdon—Withdrawn. Costs 10s. Same v. Cock—Withdrawn. Costs 10s. Same v. Millington. — Withdrawn. Costs 10s. Gbegoey y. Gager—This was a charge under the~£ush Fires Act, 1864, that tbe defendant did on the 2nd day of February, unlawfully born upon bis land grass, scrub, &c., without having ploughed or cleared a space of at least three feet around tbe place to ;be fired, inside, tbe fence or the boundary thereof. The defen...

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RELEASE OF LADY LAND LEAGUERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

. EELEASE OF LADY LAND LEAGUERS. Three of the ladies who were arrested and imprisoned owing to their connection j with the Irish Land League hare been released. February 17. COLLIERY EXPLOSION IN DURHAM. An explosion has occurred at Arindon Grange Colliery, at Hartlepool in Durham. Upwards of sixty were killed besides a number of otbers being, seriously injured. : I

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ACCIDENT TO THE QUEEN'S OUTRIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

ACCIDENT TO THE QUEEN'S OUTRIDER. Whilst her Majesty was out driving ; near Buckingham Palace one of the outriders wastiirown owing to the -bdlt£ ting of the horses. The team, however, was kept in check, so that the Qaeen although considerably frightened was not | injured.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

DIED, , Kkilick.—At Penang, Hundred of Tiparra, on the 17th Feb., 3882, James Kellick, late of Wallaroo; aged .82 years.

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MESSRS ELDER, SMITH & Co's. MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

MESSES ELDER, SMITH & Co'S. MAR KET REPORT. Messrs Elder, Smith and Co. report as follows, under date of Febroaiy 16:—We experienced a good demand for all. produce oJering, and prices are fully sustained. It is to be regretted that the wheat crop is turning ont 80 short of expectations, and that we are suffering each a drought in the Far North. We trust, however, that we may' Boon be J&Tpred with a copious rainfall, thus re establishing prosperity in both agricultural and paetoral districts. Wool—During the past wceTc no public gules have been held ; a few parcels have been quitted at full rates, and the. demand remains good. There are several clips now on their way down the Darling And. Murray rivers, which we hope shortlyto Submit to public competition. ■ Sheepskins attract a good attendance of buyers, and prices are Tully maintained. Fullwoolled skins obtain 6Jd to 6fd per lb. according to conditio*!, which at this season ia generally poor, and pelts fetch 6d to I...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

LOCA.L CUUKT—KADINA. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) 1 .TuTirDn InoTcnrnwnw - Thompson t Mtlleb—Claim for £7 2b 6d» Defendant telegraphed from Port Augusta to the Bench to settle the case without costs. On the application of Mr James, who appeared lor the defendant, coste ir«re allowed.

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

THINGS IN GENERAL. By Tkaddles. It is astonishing how some individuals are the meant of implicating themselves when there is nc necessity for such a course on their part. One of these, signing himself " Justice the Avenger" appears, in the epen column of the Port Adelaide News on Tuesday. The News last week related the circumstances of a case where Mr Curator Phillips brought Bome " well dressed larrikins" down a notch or two a thing Mr Phillips is quite able to do. One of the individuals, however, although no names were mentioned, denies the accuracy of the report—and I have been wondering how it is that he should feel that he was alluded to if the version given was so wide of the mack as he tries to make out. The letter itself is a curiosity so with your permission I quote part of it.—Sib—In your issue of last week I noticed a paragraph relating to "some well-dressed larrikins" visiting the Port Museum and their interview with Hr Curator Phillips about the case con taining skulls,...

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. I (to THE EDITOB OP THE WALIiAEOO TIMES.) qib,—oome nays ago J. purcnasea some grapes and cheese from a hawker who viaits Kadina, and on leweighing found that both were sadly short of the proper weight. As this is no new thing 1 think our worthy Mayor might instruct the Inspector of Weights and Measures to see to the testing of the weights belong ing to these itinerant vendors of fruit and dairy produce who offer their goods within the Corporation of Kadina. I think also that an amount of good might be done if the Inspector at the same time would see to the proper adjustment of some of the trades-peoples' weights and measures, not forgetting the millers. J know of an instance where a person who bought a bag of potatoes was 253bs. short. These matters should be attended to at least twice a year, but I regret to say it has j been very much neglected in Kadiaa, -I , Sir, &c. A -RESIDENT OF KADINA.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

WALLAROO^ SATtTBDAY, FEB. 18,1882, : We regret to see that copper ebotra a downwardtendancy-again. The Manchester Unity is making rapid strides in the colony, 11,241 members, with funds amaantiagto-£104,636. Thb news coritained in the report of the Inspector of credit selections, relative to the average yield of the hundreds of Finds, Willochra, Palmer, Coonatto Kanyaka and Boolcunda, is very distress ing. Only one anilalialf bushels. Makt will be pleased to. learn that the Government have-decided to.place a sum on the estimates, for the purpose of rewarding MrR. B. Sttith, ofKalkabury, for the invention of the stump-jumping plough, and that inforfloalioh is; being collected in order to teat Mr Scoble's righfctoiome recognition: a^t|ieixiTentor % j^pear.ffo^^ lias been called to the water, -supply ^for the teninsnla, that the matt'erislifcely to reeeivegreater attention at theiande df the GoreruoJoct than Jibs been accorded to it for * j^ry long period. The Adelaide aJailks have- bt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

YOKKE'S 2ENINSULA AITS UAL RACES, 1882. PBSMDinnr-—Hok.-R. D. BOSS. VioB-P»saii>*NM!—Db G9SSE, Me B.; WARMINGTON, J-P-, "Wallaroo; Dh ROBINSON, Mssbbb E. PABNEKL, i3fb J. MARTIN, Eadina Judbh—Mb J- MARTIN. Stabxsb—Mb P. BOACH. Stbwabbs—Mkssbs W. ,V. BAOWS, Jim., A. MARSHALL, D. BROWN, H. NANKERVIB, J. SBARPLES, ai,d T. TAIT. Clebk oy Coubse—Mb W. TREMBERTH. rflHE above ANNUAL RACES will be JL held, on *£AfWli!R MONDAY and TUESDAY, April lOandll, 1882. PROGRAMME. FibotDay. Maidefb.—15 Soto. Gp8p ■ to all .Horses that hare not iron more than 10 sots. pnblio money. Enfcranoe, £1 Is. Pis* tanoe, 1 Mile. Weight for age* Yobkb's Pbnikbttla Hasdicar.—50 Bovg., with a Sweep of £1 Is. Sweep to go to j second hone. Distance, 1£ Miles. Nomi nation, £l-ie; Acceptance, £2 2s. Nomi nations to be forwarded tOrlhe Secretary, Eadina, up to TUESDAY EY-ENING,. MARCH 7.1882. ; Weight# to be declared : on or before March' 17, and Aooeptance, enclos1Sg£2 2s, on night of General Entry, April 4. Haitdic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 February 1882

d ODDFELLOWS' HALL, "KADINA. $ ©4 - —-ju i ik... ■ : . ^ ;§, fSNTERTMIIIISNTi OS WILL JBE HEIl> IN THE ABOYE HALL, >* H IN AID OF KADENA P.M.0, ORGAN FUND, "" ^On Monday Evening, Feb* 20. | 3 : gliMAllS. .• M . PART FIRST. r f 1. Overture—Le Nozze di Figaro, . . Mrs Peiujellqy «jf' »-■* 2. Glee—C\ough and Crow . . ~ . WIM. GleeChuy.^ I® 3. Comic Song— .3Ir jE. ParneU.jun. ■ $35 'S'owy—Flag of Britannia, . . Jfr Betes ^ ^ 5. —Very improper, indeed, Miss SparJcman and Mr Wright Rj ? 6. Song—Little Well, . . . Mr Borne <J>' p 7- Song—I never can keep still . , Mr Mann ^ J© 8.' Glee—Sail. Smiling Mom. . W~.M, Glee Club © 9. Som^—Ah, he kissed me when he left me, . Miss Webster ^ jQ 10. Song—Song and Chorus—Sweet Genevieve, , Mr Thomas ^ g INTERVAL OF'FIVE MINUTES. m © PAST SECOXD. ' » 11. <?Zee— TP",Jf. Glee Club h-j ^ 12. Song—You'll remember me . . . Miss Webster * ■4-3 13. —Flying Dutchman . . . Mr Dunn M : 14. Duet —The Flower Gatherers , Mrs PengeUey ...

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ARRESTS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

ARRESTS IN IRELAND. A number of arrests bare taken place in the counties of Clare and Cork, on charges of treason and felony.

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