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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

NOTICE. J. M. ROSENBERG, WATCHMAKER akd JEWELLER, KADINA, BEGS to inform the Public that from now he is piepared to sell all bis Goods, at 25 per cent, below former Prices. J. M- U. would respectfully point out that being now able to import direct from the Home Market, instead of from Adelaide, giyes him a direct profit of 25 per cent, or the Wholesale Merchant's profit, -which he has determined to give to his Customers and the Public. Gold Watches, from ... ... £3 0 O Silver English Hunting Levers, from 8 10 0 ALL OTHER GOODS AT PROPORTION ATELY LOW prices. ; ThePubiic are respectfully invited to come and inspect the Goods and judge for them selves aB to the Reductions made. •mmk pianoes akx> other musi ■fjgjjll CAT, instruments for CASH or Per MONTHLY PAYMENTS. JfgjgjiP* at ADELAIDE prices. Persons wishing to Purchase Musical In struments would consult their own interest by ordering them from X M. Rosenberg, as they would not only get them At Adelaide prices, t>ut are freed ...

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WATER SUPPLY—PUBLIC MEETING AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

WAXES SUPPLY—PUBLIC MEETING r W^UiLABOO. - A ; * fanners Ticfeera attdWallaroo, 'waB held in itbejWsIEmo InBtitnte B>1]3 on Monday e^em20. The" Hallwas quite foU,|r|m3 appeared to be fully impressed -wiiKifee -au^ent necessity for obtaining immediate'relief^.as well as for asking that mean8-*be adopted for furnishing a permanent* suppfy for the Peninsula. The MatobT, (Mr Bews), was. Voted to the - Chair, and after briefly renewing^the serious conditionofaffiMr8,called-opoa - - - Ms ThomasDavibs, J.P., whotnoyed the first resolution- aa follows-"That this meeting heartily^ co-operates with what has already'heeii <3one to lnduce tHa ^veroment" to make provision -for a permanent water supply for the-Peninsula, and would call . special attention, to the' necessity of sinking | dams to accommodate the northern end of the Hundred of Wallaroo, and the western,: portion of the'Hundred of Tictera, (neither of ■ which has been included in anyprevious resolution), at places to he...

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KURNOONOO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

KUBNOONOO. January. 4 days 1.090 February, i}il March, 1 0.250 April, 2 « 0.760 May, 4 « 1.770 June, 13 " 3.420 July, 7 " O.fSG August, 3 " 0.890 September, 6 " 0,360 October, 2 " 0.370 November, ril ? December, 1 « 0.010 43 9.700

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

WALLAJROO. January, February, March, April, May, June, J uly, August, September, October, November, December, days 1.140 (( 0.030 ({ 0.290 CC 0.810 cc 1.510 << 3.090 " 1.000 K 0.755 (( 0.415 (( 0.655 n 0.235 »c 0.060 5 1 2 5 8 15 12 7 7 7 7 2 78 9.990

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WATER FAMINE—WALLAROO. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES,) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

WATER FAMINE—WALLAEOO. (TO THE EDITOE OF Tgi; "W'A^LA^OO TIlfES,) J Sir,—After the meeting on Monday evening a gentleman informed me that he did Dot think the Corporation had taken into account the water in the .Rail way Reservoir at Wallaroo, or they woald not state that a water famine would take place in Wallaroo in three weeks or so. So much has' been said about the quantity of water in tlie Railway Reser vo ir, can you inform the public, Sir, if any reliable information hBs been obtained the subject? and as it is well known ypu have devoted great trpuble to the stpdy of a water supply for the Peninsula, can you inform us bow long the supply in the Reservoir would last if, the people of £adioa and Wallaroo and farmers on the adjacent Hundreds ate to be saved from it P -Yoara truly. J. MALCOLN. Wallaroo, February 21, 1882. [We are not in a position to give tho I retired information, as, first, ifc ia impossible to estimate t^je cftusamption,eeeiqg that it is | daily increasing; ne...

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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

KADDTA. January, o days 0.890 February, nil ? March, 1 ... 0.340 April, 3 ... 1.090 May, 8 ... 1.630 June, 16 ... 3.690 July, 11 ... 1.300 August, 9 ... 0.920 September, 7 ... 0.810 October, 8 ... . 0.800 November, 4 ... 0.290 December, 1 ... 0.Q5Q h... 11.810

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

BERTH. MabshaiIi.—On the 16tb of February at Gheorge Street, Moonta, the wife of A. Marshall, batcher, of a daughter. Both doiiig well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

-- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day tfceWALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and -enlarged form, The terms iu future will lie as fol lows:— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... . ... • ... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered In advance if paid daring the first month in each quarter. D. & A. r. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 9. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday, 9. p.tn. Dr Paterson to-day inspecetd a calf which had been vaccinated by Mr Chalwin, and expressed the opinion that t he •vesicles -were of the true Jennerian type- j The Hon. J. Iiangdon P arsons, at Port i Darwui, replying to an address from the Council said he beliered the result of the visit would so impress the Government with the importance of Northern Austra lia that they would see their way clear to recommend to Parliament great national works, without which the prosperity of the conntry would necessarily slow. ■ / Samuel Lee was charged before Justice Andrews to-day with forgery and obtain ing Money under false pretences, found guilty and sentenced to 10 years' im jprismuosnl with hard labor. a >kZ.'7h TheCity Council has resolved to under take the expenditure of £10,000 on one bathing establishment in the City. Mr J. F„ Waterhouse, Curator of the Adelaide Museum, haB resigned. Midnight. The Marine Board has; decided to make the channel 200 ...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

RAINFALL. The following is a table of the rainfall at the undermentioned places during 1881. Knrnoonoo is about three miles north of Xadina. MOOSTTA. January, 6 days 1.175 February, 1 " 0.020 March, 1 U 0.410 April, 5 (( 1.230 May, 10 it 2.165 June, 14. <c 3.825 July, 12 <( 1.070 August 8 (( 0.995 September, 7 (( ' 0.670 October, 5 i< 0.435 November, 5 <( 0190 December, 3 <( 0.290 77 12.475

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Tuesday. There was a large number of visitors present to witness the conclusion of the match between the English Eleven and the Combined Team to-day. The Com bined Team made 169 runs for the loss of five wickets and thus won tha match by 5 wickets and 1 ion. The totals were as follows:— Combined Eleven. First Innings Second do (for 5 wickets) Total, .. English Eieven. First IofliDgs Second do Total,

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LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, Feb. 20, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

LOCAL COURT—WALLAEOO. Monday, Jjeb. 20, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S M.) Gosse v- Stephens.—U.J.S,, claim for £11 10s for medicine and attendance. Henry Stephens—Am a greengrocer. Have no pioperty or furniture. The fur niture all belongs to my daughter. My wife was ill a few years ago and my daughter was going away, and in order to secure her services to nurse her mother I gave her a Bill of Sale over all I posses sed. I was bound to do that or loose her. By the Court—The Bill of Sale was duly made out by Mr James and registered. It was in August, 1877. By plaintiff—I have been enabled to carry on business owing to the lieniency shown me by my creditors. The plaintiff asked that an order might be made for payment as the defendant was carrying on a business and should be in a pcsition to pay. The defeudant said he would pay £3 in a month, and the balance by instalments of £1 per month. Order accordingly. W. H. Thomas t. Mackay—Claim for £8 0s 8d, goods sold and delivered....

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KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TUESDAY, Feb. 14 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

KULPABA DISrjUCT COUNCIL. Tuesday, Feb- 14 1882. Pesent—P. Daniel (Chairman), Crs Mills, McDonald, G. P. Daniel and Yonng. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Chaibman reported having waited upon the Commissioner in reference to the obtaining of water from the Railway reservoir, and the Clerk had received information of its being granted at ten shillings per thousand gallons. Also that the Council had inspected the site of Council's reservoir, and had ordered freeb trial pits, Besolved that tenders be readvertisrd for the excavation, eateh tender to be accompanied by a deposit .of Five pounds. In reference to Mr Fowler's letter re boring tools for testing country for water, the Cleek was instructed to take | necessary action in the matter. The Clerk reported a public meeting had been called of the three districts to ask the Government to supplement two pounds to one pound, all rates and private subscriptions expended on water works ; to which the Council agr...

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YOUNG FOLKS. COALS OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

YOUNG FOLKS. COALS OF FIRE. Bessie Grant was alone when the landlord came in—a rough, gruff old man, who scowled at her as he asked, sharply— Where's your mother, child ? Bessie looked at him sileDtly for a moment with great, dark, serious eyes. Mamma has gone to sell her wedding* ring, she said, quietly. There was no money to pay the rent, and that was all she had to sell. Are you the landlord? Have you come for the rent ? Yes, yes ; and I can't wait either, said the gruff man impatiently. She should hare had the money before this. Tell her I'll be back in an hour, and if the rent isn't ready, out she goes. It's six dollar?, and little enough, too. And he went off, muttering to himself, half wondering to himself why he had not been harsher with the.little brown-eyed girl, who did not seem at all afraid of him, as most children were. When Mrs Grant came in, BeBsie told her what tbe landlord had said. Oh dear! what shall I do ? I couid only get three dollars, said the poor lady; and ...

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AGE OF EXCITEMENT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

AGE OF EXCITEMENT. (to the editoe of the wallaeoo times.) >5IE.—in conspicuous places at Moonta, a la M.ountaha/)ik, may bo seen immense posters with— " McNEIL is COMING!" " Ab !" said our friends, " Who the Dickens is he ? Circus, Pinafore, Comic Entertain ment ?" " Oh, no! be is an EvangiUst" Times and Customs have changed, and, whereas Jesus Christ and His Apostles were unobtrusive and worked quietly, modern Evangilists have found that the children of thiB world are wiser in their generation than, the children of light, indeed, they are driven by this go-a-head and advertising day to diverge slightly from the old lines and put on a bolder front." Our friend said, "Hem!" and coughed What could he have meant by it?— SHODDY.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 February 1882

Citt Wallaroo Dimes. WALLiAJROO. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22,1882, In answer io a telegram, dispatched from the Wallaroo Corporation, asking the' Government to make preparation foi; starting the Stills and supplying water at 6d per hogshead ; the Commissioner of Public Works' says he is trying to arrange with the Wallaroo Company to supply water as cheaply as possible. So much has been written and said about the impending water famine, that little more remains to be done than simply refer to the (steps that bare been taken to impress the Government with the distressing state of affairs since our latst issue. * As a result of the Kadina meeting a reduction has been made in the price, so that those who come to Wal laroo obtain the water at 9d per cask while it is retailed in Kadina at Is. This may not ueem a great deal, but to those who are enduring such hardships as were described at the meeting held at Wallaroo on Monday evening ifc means a good deal. So far as the records which hare been ke...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Friday. A very disastrous fire occurred this morning at Dubbo. A large number of business premises were destroyed. The extent of the damage is not yet ascrtaio able. The Colonel Secretary has received a tel egram from the Agent General cautioning .the Government to prohibit the importa 7 lion of European dogs, in order to avert the danger of hydrophobia.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGBAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne Friday. The match teen the English eleven and eleven of Victoria was commenced to-day. Tbc Victorians Went in first and remained at the wickets all day. When the stamps were drawn eight wickets were down, for 209 runs.

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WALLAROO PASSENGER STATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

WALLAROO PAiSSjDjsaEB STATION. (to THE EDITOB OF THE WAX1L1AEOO TIMES.) Sm—I have been informed that tenders are invited for building a railway shed at Wal laroo, and that the plans show precise); the same kind of thing as waa here before, except that the materials are to be ol stone instead of wood ; arid that no.provision is made for other necessary accommodation. Perhaps you maj be in a position to give a few particulars on the subject. By the bye, why are the plans to remain at Kadina ? Are they too cumbersome to be brought to Wallaroo, or can it be that the Government offiicals are aBhaui6d to send them here. It appears that we arc quietly ignored by those in power, and that they have determined we shall not have anything respectable in this place. Perhaps some person who is more able than the writer of this might take the matter up, it would be worth something to jtuow nyhy tl^e pfenq are not' sent to Wallaroo' »o -that the local builders might hare an opportunity of in specti...

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FARMERS' DIFFICULTIES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

FARMERS' DIFFICULTIES. (to the editoe of the wall abo 0 times) Sib,—Reading of the great distress through scarcity of water on the Penin sula, I cannot but sympathise for the sufferers, having been a resident there for a number of years. I know what it is to be out of water, as I bad to cart it tea and twelve raiies for months. I am glad to find that the people are earnest now in trying to obtain a permanent supply of water, to which they are fully entitled, considering the revenue that his been derived from the sale of iand on Yorke's Peuiusula. There is no doabt the present Government has some good men amongst its members who fully sympathise with the struggling farmers, therefore we live in hope that we will receive their help, net only on the Peninsula, but in the South East, where I am now located We want the laud drained, on account of this defect my crop will not average more than three bushels this year, the laud being so wet through the winter. But £ suppose our troubles ar...

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