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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

KADINA BAKERY. Alex ander scott beg9 to thar.t ti-.e public of Kadina, the Mines and the surrounding district, for their. liberal patro nage d-.u-ing tlie sixteen years he lias been in j business, and to notify that he Las disposed of his business to Mr George Rule, to whom he hopes the same support will be accorded. THE UNDERSIGNED in taking the business, not being a stranger, feels that be need say little more than that 110 trouble will be spared on bis part to supply an article that trill give satisfaction. And by civility a ad pioraptness hopes to receive the support which was accorded his predecessor. WEDDING- CAKES MADE TO ORDER ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Aso, Tea Meetings and other Festive Parties catered tor, at moderate charges. . 1..,.. - GEO, RUiE. Kadina, Feb, 17, 1882. LOYAL KULPARA LODGE, M.U., (DALY DISTRICT), GREEN'S PLAINS EAST. THE ANNUAL PIC-NIC in connection with the above Lodge WILL BE HELD in the Show Ground, Green's Plains East, ou WEDNESDAY, March 1. 1882, wli&a...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Royal Shepherd, for Wallaroo—i Bristowe, 2 Cropiey, 4 Bollmeyer. 25 Young, 6 Lerido, 14 Bath, 10 ChatEeld, 1 Bay Lethaby, 18 Davie8 & Co., 2 Barke, 2 Bishop, 2s Barton, 6 Trye, 2 May, 2 Duf fleld and Co-. 200 Heath, 6 Elsegcod, 1 North and Harman. 3 Smith, 3 Beee. 8 Burpee, 25 Young. For Kadina—8 Quinton, 10 Burden, 5 Hall, 30 Bor Jace, 3 D. Brawn, 38 J. Brown, 3 Pitzpatrick, 16 Bendell, 4 Barnett, 22 Harris and Dawe, 1 Styles, 8 T. H. Hal], 3 Secombe, 29 Cook; 10 Blackney, 1 Trnscot*, 3 An eon. For Snowtewn—5 Haeelgrove, 66 and sqoaaiUy galvanised iron C. Brows.

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SWINBURNE'S ESTIMATE OF MARY STUART. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

SWINBURNE'S ESTIMATE OF llARY STUART. In the tragedy ot Mary Stuart, by Swin burne, lie gives, through one of I he characters, Sir Drew Drury, the following verdict on the unfortunate Q.ueen of Scots:— Nor shall men ever say Bat she wa6 born right royal; fall of sins, It may be, aud by circumstance or choice B-yed and defaced with bloody stains and Unmerciful, unfaithful, but of heart Qblack, So fiery high, so swift of spirit and clear, In extreme danger and pain so lifted up, So Of ail violent things invioiable, So large of courage, so superb of soul, So sheathed with iron tniDd invincible A"d arms unbreached of fireproof constancy By shame not shaken, fear or force or death, Change, of ali confluence of calamities— And so at her worst need beloved, and still, Naked of help and honour when she seemed, As other women would be, and ot hope Stripped, still so of herself adorable By minds not always all ignobly mad paitb, Nor all made poisonous with false grain of She shall be a world'...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Feb. 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Feb. 24, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s. Eadina—Wheat, 4s 11 £d. Moonta—-Wheat, 4s lid. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s lO|d. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s lid. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 4s 9£d. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 9d The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £11 10s to £12 per ton, Bran, le 3d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 4d per bushel per ton. Megisier Office, Thursday, Feb. 23. The wheat market remains qaiet, and we hear of no business passing in shipping parcels. Some millers' lota have been taken at 5s Id. delivered at the mills. Flour is quiet at £11 5s to £1110s for ordinary, and £1115s to £12, with but little demand. Sales of trade parcels of bran have been made at Is 3d also pollard at came price, at which rates there are sellers. Oats, 2s lid to 3s j barley, 3s 6d.

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THE SECRETS OF CREMATION. (From the San Francisco Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

■ j THE SECRETS OF CREMATION. I (From the San Francisco Post.) He was a jolly-looking man, with a round corporation, a burgundy tinted nose, and the general exterior of a con tented mind, aud as he entered the editorial den he offered us a good cigar, lit another and said— How about this local cremation scheme ? Well, how yourself? The fact is, sai<l the stranger, reflec tively, I had a pretty tough experience with one of these cadaver roasting concerns once, and I thought men be you might like to make an item of the facts, so as to warn the people here in time. Fire away. ! Well, yoa see, it was in New Orleans. My wife died there, and as a Cremation Company was having; a good deal of a boom just then, she made me promise to ; have her spirit sent up through their floe, as it were. Said she thought it would be nice and melancholy for mo to carry her ashes around with me wherever X went— in a vase, you understand. And you complied ? Why, yea. It was her last wish, you know...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

WEATHER. Wednesdaya Feb. 22—Wind, S .S:W., fresh cloudy, Bar. 2990. Thursday, February 23—Wind, S.S.]!!., fresh,fine, Bar. 30-30. Friday, February 24—Wind, South, light, fine, Bar 30-20.

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SCRATCHING—PSYCHOLOGICALLY CONSIDERED. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

SCRATCHING— PSYCHOLOGICAL LY CONSIDERED. (CUHM D NICATED.) Scbatchihg— rubbing with the nails, is a very meagre definition of a practice generalij' supposed to be * more honored,' in the breach than " observance," aad merely refers to the ordinary method of allaying any trifling irritation of the 6kin, adopted alike by man and the lower animals. When Giles Serogpins is in terrogated on any subjected by his em ployer, the squire, or by the parsou of the parish, he invariably scratches his carroty poll, as if the friction resoited to aroused the dormant energies of his slow brain and enabled him both to compreheud the question and give a satisfactory reply. That the operation in question has the effect of quickening the mental faculties in many persons, seems beyond doubt for a man of intelligence, will, frequently, when a weighty or im usually interesting subject is under dis ussiou, quickly reraoy e bis hat, rnb his head vigorously, re-cover his caput, and then proceed to debate tbe...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

EXPOKT8. Per Flinders—49 toss ore, E. & A. Copper Com- j p&ny. PerBoyal Shepherd—6 bales, Prisk; 20empties,. Pascoe; 21 do., Hains. Mallen & Co.; 16 do. Smith; 6 do., P«nha!l, Matthews & Co. j

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AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

AUBURN. (From our own Correspondent) A cricket mateb between Clare and a combined team was played at Auburn, on Saturday iast. The combined team con sisted of three players from Auburn, Manoom, Sa^dlevvortli, and Biyerton, it resulted in an easy victory for Clare. The combined were first to act on the defensive, only two of tbem made any staqd, Taylor 1$, and Gardiner 13 being the oply contributors worthy of mention. The total of the firet innings wee 53. The Claret (ben commenced openrtiwiB, and it was quickly seen that the combined team w«re »* out t)f it," The Clafels = first innings closed for 133 runs. Bright and Maslin being tbe highest scorers with 35 .and 50 opposite tbeir names. Maslin played a very steady bat sure game, an occasional " sixer" breaking the mono? tony. The Combined second^ innings proved a very tatne affair, Mortimer and McFariane soon disposed of them for the small scorce of 35 runs. The game was played in a very friendly spirit, not one disDUte occurred. A...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Bosphorufi, barque, from Newcastle.

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GREEN'S PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, February 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

GREEN'S .PLAINS DISTRICT COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 22, 1882. Present—Crs Belling (Chairman), Tail, Alien, Dayman, Wyatt, and the clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Clerk reported that he had been at the Kadina Local Court, and had roceired the sum of £3, being amount of fine in flicted upon dames Reid for infringing the Bush Fires' Act. | The Cierk also read two memorials signed by several ratepayers praying that the fiue$ imposed upon Gager and Hobkirk for in fringing the Bush Fires' Act be remitted. Mr Gager stated that he was convicted for setting fire to black grass, and Mr Shep herdson had given him time to appeal to the District Council. Mr Roberts appeared on behalf of Mr Hobkirk. Mr Jaipes Reid stated that be bad pleaded guilty to infringing the Bush Fires' Aet. The Magistrate fined him in the lowest penalty (£3), with the recommendation that he apply to the District Council to have the sum remitted. Eesolved that two-thirds ofthe fine...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

Harbour Office. Wallaroo. ... Time signal on the Government flagstaff at. the Harbour-MaBters residence 4;he>flag H, (white andred,) will be hoisted to ^he* mast head every Sunday morning at five minutes, to eight o olock, Adelaide'mean tune, and on the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop corrosponding to Greenwich mean time 10b 45m 38 7s. .After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will be hoisted. J. CARSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

-"r—»——: sftfopfag* t v.* FROM WALLAROO. The sfbitcee's GULF STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA 4 8undayMobning ^ at 7 a.m. r EMU, FOE POET PIRIE— ] Thcbsday, tat 7 o'clock a.m. O f ROYAL SHEPHERD, PORT LINCLON-{ Thtjbsday or Fbedat, t at 4 o'clock p.m. O f FLINDEBS, IWedkesd at. at 5 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—J —o— ] FRANKLIN, j S a tub day, • ^ at6 o'clock, p.m. FOE fEOYAL SHEPHEED, FRANKLIN | Alternate Thubsday's HARBOR ^ At 2 p.m. o—-— Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, Ac., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Compare' form of Bill ofl/ading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHES....

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

SAILED. Wednesday. Feb. 22—Flinders, e.e., 275 tone/ Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. Thursday, Fetr. 23—Bma, s.s., 395 tons, Creer, maever, for Port Pirie. Passengers only. Friday, Feb. 3i—Royal Shepherd, s.s., 245 tons, Campb-ll, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Wednesday. Feb. 22—Flinders, s.s., 275 tons, Anderson, master, bom Fort Augusta. Thursday, Feb. 23—Koyal Shepherd, 8.8., 245 tons, Campbell, master, From Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln. Passengers—Messrs Cropley, MortlooTt, Allanson, and Germeia, in the cabin; 1 in the steerage. Same day—Emu, b.s., 385 tone, Creer, master, from Port Adelaide. Same day—Bospborus, 299 tone, Gadd, master, for Ketrcastle.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 22. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

WALLAK.OO CORPORATION. Wednesday. Pel). 22. 1882. Present—The Major (Mr Bews), Crs Bird, Trye, Bath, Walk ley, Masters, Phillips, Cbatfield, Oliphant, sod the Town Clerk. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Mayor reported that, in answer to 9 telegram sent, the Commissioner of Public Works had stated that he was trying to arrange with the Wallaroo Com pany for getting water as cheaply aB pos sible. COEEESPOKDEITCE. From the Moonta Corporation asking the Wallaroo Corporation to co-bperate witjh them in getting the road between Wallaroo and Moonta replaced on the schedule of main roads. It was resolved that the letter be re ceived and that the Town Clerk write in forming the Council that the Wallaroo . Corporation would heartily co-operate in the matter. Public Woeks Eepoet. This report was read as followsWe your committee have the honor to report the daymen have been employed during the last fortnight in completing the clean ing qf the watertables and drains ...

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1882. (Before Mr F. W Gurner, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

POLICE COURT—KADINA. Wedkesday, Feb. 22, 1882. (Before Mr p. W Gurner, J.p.) I Susan Poie"ingh:obke was charged ! on the information of Constable Fitc patrick, with disturbing the peace in Mr | J. Lang's Auction Mart, on the 2lst met. William Alfred Willis—Keep Mr Lang's Auction Mart. Know the defen dant, Saw her before this morning orer at the Auction Mart, between 12 and 1 o'clock. She was throwing all the things off the table out in the street. Sbe assigned no reason for so doing. She was -drunk. Went over at once to the Police Station. I brought over to the Station a can and a parasol. There was nothing in the can. Her clothes were all wet. By the defendant—You were put out of doors because you were drunk and would not go out when you were told. By the Police—It was defendant that spilt the ink about. Foot Constable Fitzpatriek—Was sent for yesterday to go over to Mr J. Lang's Auction Mart, where the defendant was in a helpless state of drunkenness. Took her to the Station and l...

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, Feb. 24. Received 25th, 12.6 a.m. THE ANGLO-FRENCH COMMERCIAL TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

Latest njsws. ( EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, Feb. 24. Received 25tfa,.12.6 ANGLO-FRENCH COMMER '•r*:'- V ClAL TEE AT f. France proposes that the Anglo«Freneh Commercial Treaty remain-in statu quo until the 16th of May. .England is tc be placed on the footing of the most farored nbtion, but colonial produce will be sub jected to a general tariff.

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PUBLIC MEETING AT GREEN'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

PUBLIC MEfc.ri.MG Al GfiEEN PLAINS. A public meeting of the settlers of Green's Plains, Clinton, and Kill para was held on Wednesday evening, February 22. at the Railway Hotel, Green's Plains East, to consider the advisability of memorializing the Government to sub sidize all rates or private subscriptions expended by District Councils or Corpor ations in providing a water supply to the extent of £2 for every £1 so speat. There was a good attendance of farmers, the large room of the new hotel being nearly full. Mr W. Wyatt, J.P., was unanimously voted to the chair. The Chairman, having read tbe adver tisement convening the meeting, remarked that the business to be considered that eyening -was very important indeed, as thef all felt the inconven ience of a scarcity of water; they all felt it smart, having to cart and pay for every drop the used ; but they source from which they drew their supplies was fast disappearing, and unless rain came soon they would all be in a most deplorable...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, Feb. 20, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882

I POLICE COURT—WALLA.EQO. Monday, Feb. 20,1882. (Before J. 13. Sbepherdeo", Esq., S.M.) Hamence v. Phillips.—This was a charge of threatening language to which the defendant pleaded guilty. Bat not being of a very serious nature, a fine of Is and costs was deemed sufficient. JoHir Elsegood, Nicholas Gilbert, and WiLiiiAM Osbosne were se\ erally fined 5s and costs for an infringment of the Lights on Vehicles' Act, to which they pleaded guilty. _

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