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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will he 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. TAYLOB. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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MAJORITY FOR MR GLADSTONE'S RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

MAJORITY FOR ME GLAD STONE'S RESOLUTION. It is affirmed that there will be a majority of nearly three hundred to sup port the Premier's resolution against the action of,the House of Lords in deciding that an enquiry should be made into the working of the Irish Lund Act, which action Mr Gladstone affirms would be pre judical to good Goyernment in Ire land.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. Time signal oil the Government flagstaff at <he Harbour-Masters residence the flag- H, (whitf andred,) will be hoisted to the mast «\ead every Sunday morning at fire minntee to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, aod^on ■ the instant of eight o'clock, the flagjtrill drop corresponding to Greenwich meantime lOlr 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will be £oisted. J. CARSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. The spjujoee's GULF STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers ae voder, when practicable :— f FIINDEBS, FOR POET AUGUSTA 4 SuitdatMoening at 7 a.m. -■ — ■ o — -■■■ ( EMU, FOB POET PIRIE— j Thubsday, Cat 7 o'clock a.m. f~ROY AIi SHEPHERD 20ET IINCLON-i Ttobsday or Friday, t at 4 o'clock p.m. ° ~FLINDERS, Wbbsbsdas. at 5 o'-clock. p.tn. POET ADELAIDE.— —o— FEANSLDS, S A TUX DA. T, _at 5 o'clock, p.m. 0 FOR f BOYAL SHEPHERD, FRANKLIN I Adebbsatb Thijbsdax'e HARBOR t At 2 p.m. Passage money MttST be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. Ail claims for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hoars of vessel's discharge; and none will bo admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of-discharge. All cargo is carried by these Bteamere sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company* form of Bill of Lading. The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. S. WABD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHES....

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

SAILED. Saturday—Iiribra, b.s., 224 tons, Izatt, master, for Port Adelaide. Sunday, Feb. 28—Flinders, e.s, 275 tons, Ander son, master, for Port Augusta.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Saturday—Mbra, b.b., 224 tonu, Izalt, master, from 1'ort Augusta. 8and&y, ifeb. 26—Flinders, s.6., 870 tons, Ander son. master, from Port Adelaide.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 27th Feb. Received 28th, 8.35 a.m. ELEVATION OF MR CONKLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

IiA-TEST NJfiWiS. 1 eubopean~tblbgbams - - I London, 27 th Feb. w.; Received 28tb, 8.35 a.m. j Elevation of me conkling. Mr Roscoe Conkliog faaa been appoin ted Judge of the High Court at Washing ton.

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COST OF [?]A[?]K NEAR. MAGAZINE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

COS'l W I Ai\K i\ KATf. magazine. (to THB IDITOa OF THE WAIiABOO TTlfm.lt Sie,—I ape by the report of the meeting of tbe^Town'Ooaacil of the 22nd ultind., Councillor M»ster8 informed the Council that the taok near tbe Magazine cost £680, whieh ia not correct. Tie contract £ price for the;*o^^ms^£^9, aii<l jClie tui]r was completed for that amount; Will yoo kindly JoHerVitliis :"to w^^i-athil aqromeafr X am, Sir. &e* xao& s, ins Am,

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BOOR'S PLAINS. MONDAY, February 20, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

BOOJLI'S PLAJLNS. Monday, February 20, 1882. i ne weather still holds very dry and most of the farmers are carting water* which tabes up a good deal of time and labour, saying nothing about £2 or £3 per week for the water, which greatly retards the farm work at home, but most of them are pushing on with their ploughing as speedy as things will allow. It is to be hoped that before another summer comas round our local dam will be let so as to prevent people from storing the water. Our local cricketers paid a visit to Conliffe on Saturday last and played a match with the local men. Time would not allow the match to be played out so it was decided by the first innings. Tha Boor's Plains went in for a second innings and had put 45 together when- time waa called, R. Matthews making 19 and F. Ridgway 11. Boob's Plains.—Bone, 4; J. Allen, 7; F. Bidgway, 23; R. Bone, 15; J. Mitchell, 2; P. Allen, 4; R, Matthews, (Captain), 0; Champion, 11; Thomas, 1; Mitchell, 5 ; Allen, 1 * Sun dries, 1. To...

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WALLAROO. Capt —Mr T. Ey. Umpire—Mr Addison. FIRSST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

WALLAROO. Capt —Mr T. Ej. Umpire—Mr Addison• - fibst nrtrnTGs. Morton et. Matthews Sellara c Mitchell KempBter o Mann Keeling c Mann Andrews b Horwood Ey b Wearne Walfeley o Mitchell Hood b Stephens May b Stephens Croitie not oat - Richards b Stephens Sundries Total, t.. 11 ... ... 0 22 3 16 o ... ... 15 O 1 3 O ... j* ... 74

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POLICE CCURT—MAITLAND. THURSDAY, 2[?], 1882(Before P. Howard and W. H. Wilkin—son J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

POLICE CCUfir—Ai.A_rrLA.ND. Thubsday, 28, 1882 (Before P. Howard and W. H. Wilkin- -*-*% •on J.J.P.) Johask Henbchkb—Was obarged by Kobert Sbaw, barman of the Maitland Hotel, with using abusive language and disturbing the peace and good order of that licensed bouse. Defendant pleaded guilty. Fined 30s. Michael Lennoh—Was charged by M.C. Noble with having up risible means of support. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and also proved that be had money, and paid for all he had, and had been working for a farmer in the neighbourhood. A witness was called and stated tha defendant had been in the township tinea Saturday last and paid toi all he had. Dismissed. Jambs I'benket—Wat charged by M.C. Noble with having in bis possession on* pair of boots reasonably suspeoted to bar# been stolen. Defendant pleaded not guilty, and prored thai he bad purchased the boots and bad sold them to the prisoner Lenn on, and was try in? to sell them for Lennon again. Dismissed.

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POLICE COUET—WALLAROO. TUESDAY, February 28, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.,) and D. Bews J. P., [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

POLICE COUET—WALLAEOO. Tuesday, February 28, 1882. (Before J. B. Sliepherdson, Esq., S.M.,) and D. Bews J. P., Thomas Stephens was charged with an iofringecnent of the Lights oa Vehicles' Act. and pleaded guilty. ■ Eined 5s and costa all 15s. Jas. Glanyille pleaded guilty to being drunk in a public place oa the previous day, and was fined 5s. Tbe same prisoner was further charged oa the information of M. C. Eisholz with disturbing tbe public peace on the same occasion, and pleaded guilty, Fined 10a; witness, 5s, and costs, in all20b. Glanville was also charged with using I indecent and profane language in a public place. Prisoner pleaded guilty and was fined Jgs and eo«tts in 20s.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

Cfte ®5EaUat00 Cimtg. WAIiLABOO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,1882, The Russian Squadron has arrived at Glenelg, and the officers are being feted in Adelaide during this week. The Farmers' Association is holding its annual meeting in Adelaide at present, and we notice the meeting has discarded Mr Venning*s co-operative scheme. The distressed farmers stated their grie vances to the Commissioner ot Crown Lands on Tuesday through a deputation, and Mr Catt promises to pive an answer shortly, relative to the steps which the Government propose taking in the matter. Mb Gladstone is meeting with strong support in the House of Commons, in the opposition be is offering to the action taken by the House of Lords relative to Ireland. The Minister of .Education and party are at present doing battle with the Northern Territory mosquitoes. The mosquitoe assisted by prickly-heat "are having the best of it. The outlook as regards our water supply Is every day becoming darker. The Moonta end of the district, wh...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

DEATH. Habeib.—At Kadina, oil February 22, 1882. John Harris, aged 77; a colonist of 25 jeara.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

Valuable DiscovsaY fob the iiAiii.—if yonr hair is turning grey or white, or falling off use" The Mexican Hair Ren ewer," for if will positively restore in every case G-rey or Whtie hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable emell of most "Res storers." It makes tbe hair charmingly beautiful, as well at promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chamist for'' Thb Mexican Haib Reneweb," prepared by Henht C. Gailup, 493 Oxford Street, Lon don, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers every where at 3b 6rl per Bottle. WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT for the Country, Must be able to milk. Apply to Mrs Davis, Auderston Cottage, Kadina. NOTICE. PERSONS CUTTING- or REMOVING TIMBER from Suburban Sections, Nos. 726, 727 and 728 will be PROSECU TED. L SEEGER, Wallaroo. NOTICE. J. M. ROSENBERG, WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, KADINA, BEGS to inform the Public that from now he is piepared to sell all his Goods, at 25 per cent, below former Prices. ...

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CRICKET. WALLAROO v KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

CRICKET. WALLAROO v EADINA. A match between the. above clubs was played at Wallaroo on Saturday, and ended io a victory for Wallaroo, who made 74 runs to the Eadinas 24 in the first innings, opon which the match had to be decided, as there was not time to finish a two-innings match. The Kadina team went io a second time and had 53 to their credit for the loss of 7 wickets, when the stamps were drawn. Subjoined are tht scores:— KADINA. Capt—Mr«Mann. Umpire—Mr ■ TIB8T ISTKINQ-a. Mann b Keeling ~ ... ... O Wearne b Seeling ... ... ... O F. Mitchell b Wwlkley 1 Minchia b Walkley ... ... ... 8 J Stephens c Sellars ... O T. Stephens b Walklej ... ... 4 JEtenfrey run out ... ... ... O J. Mitchell o Ey ... ... ... 4 P. Horwood b Keeling ... ... ... 2 Matthews not oat ... ... ... 3 Tambljn b Keeling 0 Sundries •„ ,., ... ... 2 Total, 24

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IRISH SECESSION. (From the Spectator). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

IRISH SECESSION. (From the Spectator). We are not of those who believe, with Lord Derby, that Ireland, ss a whole, de sires her independence. She desires, as ber whole history shows, several other things very strongly indeed, as, for ex ample, that the Catholic Church be inde pendent and honored, that the cultivator of the soil be its owner, at the lowest quil rent obtainable; and that the place of Ireland in the Empire be more distinct and honorific than it has ever yet been. And she may desire, probably does desire, some great change in the methods of ad ministration which she has hardly formu lated to .herself, and which England therefore, does not recognise at all, but the absence of which keeps Ireland rest less and dissatisfied. The object of that change would be, as we dimly discern, that distinction in' Ireland, of whatever sort, should be more closely connected with power in Ireland ; that popular favor should raiBo a man in some legitimate groove, instead of driving him, a...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

THINGS IN GENERAL. Br Tjuddlm. I wonder what washall bear next P lota ally, ■ an; eminent Sootch V divine hai oiraid that then is something 1o whioh tin Westminster" Confession of Faith" it tubor~ dinate. At an ordination service at the Free High Church, Sdinbnrgh,- on Dec. 22, in putting the usual questions appointed by Act of Assembly, 1846, Dr Walter Smith took occasion to explain that the adherence -of-the office.bearers to these questions was in so far as they agreed with Holy Scripture, because the supreme rule of faith with them, as with all Protestant Churches, was not any confes sional creed, but the Soriptare itself. These Confessions were subordinate standards, and were simply received in as far as they agreed with the Holy Scriptures. The above .shows decided advance* ment since the days when an eminent Baptist minister found his quarters so 'warm' in a parish in the north of Scotland. He had in his young days been the pastor of a well to do congregation in England. Bat,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 March 1882

YGBE3TS PENINSULA ANNUAL Pkbbidek?—Hon. R. D.BOSS. Yice-Peesidknjs—IM "GDSSE, Mb E. WAHMINGPEOl^, J.P., Wallaroo; Db ROBINSON, - Messrs JE. PARNELL, . , AND JrWARTIN, ®adimw - - ; -,; Me ^IIASTIN. . * • V'-V; ~ Ste^aeds—Messes W. V. BBOWN.Jun, ' Av." MARSHALL, ? D: BEOWif; H. - NANJQ5BV3B,1 ; J-% SHABPLES, T. : TAtT, T. WlLLIAM^A^D, W- I. QUINTON. - Ciikkkof Coubse—Mb W. TREMBERTH. > flHE above ANNUAL RACES will be X bold in BOACH BEOS' PADDOCK, (kindly,-lent for the" occasion,) opposite the - Old Race Course (Midway between Kadina and . Port Wallaroo), OUT EASXEB MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April 10 and 11, 1882. PROGRAMME. ExestDat. Maidens.—IS Sots. Open to all Horses that bare not wop more tban 20 so vs. public money. Entrance, £1 Is. Die , tance, 1 Mile. Weight for age Yobke's Pbmwkjia Handicap.—50 Sots., with a Sweepiof £11b. . Sweep to go to second horse. Distance, 1£ Miles. Nomi nation, £l ls; Acceptance, £2 2a. Nomi nations to be forwarded to - the Secretary, Kadina, up to TUESD...

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THE BUSH FIRES' ACT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

THE BUSH FIRES* ACT. (to the editor of the wallaroo times). Sie,—I think it is time that the police ceased for a while their firey persecution, to give the settlers in the s =utbern portion of the Green's Plains District time to study the Bush Fires' Act. They have been so hunted aud terrified of late by the police that it is a difficult matter now to get some of them near a fire. Iodeec, in some cases they will scarcely venture to light a fire in their own bouses. One man walks between two and three miles for bis dinner as be is Dot game to light a fire for fear of the police. Another mao is afraid to light his pipe till after dark lest the smoke should betray him into the clutches of the ever watchful " bobby.'' There ib a good deal of stubble in the district that will have to be burnt before the ground can be ploughed, but the settlers are at a loss to know how it is to be done, unless they cart it into the middle of a ploughed field and burn it there. This is a sad state of tkin...

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