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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be 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 during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. TimeB Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
VESSELS EXPECTED. Hoonta. ship, from Newcastle. Saxon, from Newcastle. Atheua, from Port Adelaide. Franklin, s.s., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, s.s., from Port Aogosta. Emtt, s.s., from Port Pirie. Boyal Shepherd, s.s., from Port Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
YORKifi 8 PENINSULA. ANNUAL BACE3, 1882. President—Hon. R. D. ROSS. Vic*-Pbesidknts —De GOSSE, Mb 3!. WASHINGTON, J-P-, Wallaroo; Da ROBINSON, Messes E. PARNELL, and J. MARTIN, Kadina Judge-—J* MARTIN. . Stabteb—Me P. ROACH. Stewaei>3—Messes W-'-V- BROWN, Jxnsr., A. MARSHALL, D. BROWN, H, NANKERVIS, J. SHARPLES, T. TAIT, T. WILLIAMS, AND W- L QTJINTON. - Gcekc op Coubss---Me W. TSEMBEBTH. rflHE above ANNUAL RACES will be A held in ROACH BROS' PADDOCK, (kindly lent for the occasion,) opposite thte Old Race Course .(Midway between Kadina and Port Wallaroo), ON EASIER MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April 10 and 11, 1882. ' . " ' PROGRAMME. Fxest Day. Maidens.—16 Sovs. Open to- all Horses that have mot won more than 20 sots. public money. Entrance, £1 Is.- Dis tance, 1 Mile. Weight for age Yobkb'b Peninsula Handicap.—50 Sots., with a Sweep of £l ls. Sweep to go to second horse. Distance, -Miles. Nomi nation, £1 1b ; Acceptance, £2 2b. Nomi nations to be forwarded to the Secretary Kadina, up to ...
BOARD OF ADVICE—GREENS PLAIN'S MONDAY Feb. 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
BOA.RD OIP ADVICE—GREENS PLAIN'S Monday Feb. 13. 1882. Present—Mr Geo. Muyfield (Chairman) and Messrs Reid, J.P., P. Daniel, J. H. Hoskiog, and E. Sawyers and Mr Willehire Secretary,—Minutes of the lust meeting read and confirmed—Mb Jas. Goldswobthy wrote asking the Board to use their influence in having the provisional School at Green's Plains West declared a public School. On reference to tlie returns it showed the average number on the roll during the past year was about 45 and the average attendance about 25. It was resolved that the Inspector General be recommended to comply with the request. The Secbetaby read a copy of the annual report which was as foliow6 :—" To the Hon the Minister of Education"—air " in accordance with regula tion 142, I have the honor herewith to forward you the Annnal Report- The Board at its first meeting held on 27th May, 1881, elected George Mayfield, Esq., Chair tnng, during the remamiDg portioa of the year the business transacted was as fol lows .—...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday 8. 15. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Friday 8. 15. p.m. A burglary was committed in a cottage on college road last night. £40 in &lt;casli and an opera glass were stolen; The woodwork round window latcb was charred eo as to admit oi its being forced. Moonta shares have been sold at £11. Seventeen cases for neglecting to send children to school the 35 days prescribed by the Act, were heard at the City Police Court to day. Convictions were obtained in all acid a fine of 5s and costs inflicted in esch case. The balance sheet of the Wallaroo Mines shows a profit for 1881 of £36,253, 15s lid.
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 February 1882
%\it ®3Eallafflfl Ctmes. WALLAROO. SAfUEDAY, FEB. 25,1882, The news that the Wallaroo Mines shows a profit of over £36,000 pounds daring last year, will be received witb pleasure by the shareholders and public generally. In another column will be found a letter from a correspondent " P-W." calling attention to the Passenger Shed that is to be built at Wallaroo. Notwithstanding the action that has been taken in this matter the Engineer-in Chief has caused plans to be prepared for a building in size and style a fac-simile of the wooden one removed a few months ago, although th3 present one is to be built of stone. A glance at the plans will show that there is a determination to build the shed as much like the former as possible in sheer opposition to the wishes of the inhabi tants, otherwise steps would at least have been taken to provide a ladies' waiting room and other necessary accommoda tion. The Eagineer-in'Cbief has man ifested signs of displeasure at having to comply with the r...
KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, Feb. 27,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
ELAD1NA CORPORATION. Monday, Feb. 27,1882. Present.—His Worship the Mayor (Mr John J. Cbristmast), Crs Mitchell, Johnston. Hobes. Bleak ley, Burnett, Blackney and "the Town Clerk. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mayor's Report. The Mayor reported that after returning from Adelaide where he bed interviewed the Commissioner of Public Works and Chiei Secretary on the subject of a water supply, he received a telegram stating that the price hai been reduced by 3d per cask. He then saw Mr Whitin»ton as to having an under standing about the quantitv then in the tank at Kadina, and that gentleman stated that although he had not then had official notice of the matter he had no doubt the reduction would be made on the quantity then stored in the tank in the station yard at, Kadina, and on the following day he (the Mayor) received a letter stating that this had been agreed to. He had further considered whether something could not be done to reduce the charge still furt...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday 8.38. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday 8.38. James Barker and William Hicks, insurance agents, were charged at the City Police Court, to-day, for conspiring to cheat and defraud the Australian Mutual Provident Society. The evidence of three witnesses was taken. One witness, Forsyth, was severely cross examined. The case was adjourned to Monday, when iorsyth will also have to answer a criminal charge. A deputation of selectors in the northern hundreds asked tbe Commissioner of Crown Lands to day for the remission of interest due, and the placing to their credit as part of the principal, all interest already paid. Mr Catt replied that in a day or two he would be in a position to state what tbe Government intended to recommend to Parliament as relief measures. Dr Baily of Norwood is dead. Mr H. W. Bothe, wheat agent at Eunlia, has committed suicide by shooting himself through the mouth. Iu the Insolvency case of Joel Matthews ir, of Saddlesworth, butcher and baker, heard to day great laxity was d...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne Tuesdey. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
INTERCOLONIAL telegbams. VICTORIA. Melbourne Taesdey. An enquiry by the Marine Board into the circumstances respecting tbe lot* of the vessel Romeo has been concluded; The board found the disaster was due to the Captain's neglect in steering a wrong course. A constable named Mahood has been commlrted for trial &lt;m attempting to suborn a witness to com mit perjury. The heat has been intense to-day, and much sickness is prevalent.
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
VESSELS EXPECTED. Moonta, chip, from Newcastle. Veralam, from Newcastle. Kalahome, from Newcastle. Charles and Arthur, from Sontbport. Saxon, from Newcastle. Athena, from Port Adeiaide. Fli&ders, u.a., From Port Augncta. Lubr», s.e., from Port Adelaide.
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
WEATHER.' Saturday, Feb. 25—Wind, variable, light, warm Bar. 2990. Sunday, February 26—WindtSonth7 strong, Bar. 30-00. Monday, Feb. 27—Wind. S.E., fresh, .-Bar. 30-20. Tuesday, Feb. 28—'Wind. S.W., eea breese, Bar. 80-15.
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, March 1, 1882. The wheat market is quiet, and prices con tinue tbe same. "Very little wheat ie now left in farmers' hands, and most of that stored is sold. Wo learn that one. of our local millers has arranged to -take all the wheat purchased by Messers Morgan Connor an&lt;. Grtyde, at Kadina and Snowtown. From English news we find that '650,000 qrs. oi wheat from California and Valparaiso will be due off the coast of England in March. The London market is dull at present. Wallaroo—"Wheat, 5s. 2£ftdina—Wheat, 4s 11 id. Mooata—Wheat, 4s lid. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s lOjd. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4s lid. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 4s 9§d. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 9d. Tbe following are the prices Current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £11 10s to £12 per ton, Bran, Is 3d per bushel per ton. ' Pollard, 1b 4d per bushel per ton. Register Office, Tuesday, Feb. 28. The wheat market is steady, with but little business doing, at 5s. io 5s Id. f....