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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London March 2, 8 p.m. Received March 3, 8. 50 p.m. ATTEMPT ON THE QUEEN'S LIFE, HER MAJESTY AND PRINCESS BEATRICE FIRED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
liATJSS V. NhiWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS Iiondon March 2, 8 p.m. Received March 3, 8. SO p.m. ATTEMPT ON THE QUEEN'S LIFE, HER MAJESTY" AND PRINCESS BEATRICE FIRED AT. At eight "o'clock* thie evening Her Majesty the Queen, accompanied by Prin cess Beatrice and Suite arrived at the rail way station at Windsor from London, As they alighted on the platform a miserable looking man fired a shot at the Queen, but fortunately Her Majesty escaped uninjured, nor was anyone else hurt. The villiau was at once arrested. It is not thought that the crime is the out come of any political organization ; but the act of a man who is insane.
GREAT BRITAIN COPPER MINING COMPANY. (Abridged from the Advertiser) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
GREAT BRITAIN" COPPfiR MIMING COMPANY. (Abridged from the Advertiser) The half yearly meeting of shareholders of the Great Britain Copper Mining Company was held at the office of the company, Way month-street, on Monday afternoon, Feb* raary 27. /There was a email attendance. Mr M. Kinsborough, J-P. (chairman of directors), occupied the chair. The directors report was read as follows :—" This meeting has been called in consequence of your directors deeming it advisable to take some definite action with regard to this property. To assist this meeting in arrring at a conclusion, yonr directors would state that the number of shares at present existing are 2,000 promoters shares, and shares, nnforfeited, of which forty-nine must be considered bad, le&vmg 1,949 shares to work the mine. Your directors deem it is desirable to take some definite coorse with inference to the property, as there appears, at the present time, a better feeling on the part of the public towards mining pro...
WANTS OF TICKERA—PUBLIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
WANTS OF TICKERA—PUBLIC MEETINGS. A public meeting was held at Mr Vance's re sidence. in the hundred ofTickera, on Thurs day evening, for the purpose of impressing upon the G-overnment the necessity of getting the stills started, a& proposed at the Wallaroo meeting. It was agreed to bring other wants of the district under the notice of the government, un&lt;3 to ask for consideration on. account of the partial failure of the crops. The Mayor of Wallaroo who was present was voted to the chair. The Chairman said there was no necessity for him to refer to the hardships which, the farmers were called upon to endure on account of tbe scarcity of water—they all knew the extent of that even better than be did. Mb R. A, Heath proposed the fiist resolu tion, ai follows :—" That the Commissioner of Crown Lands be most earnestly entreated to consider the terrible straits that would be caused throughout the distriot when the G-overnment reservoir at Wallaroo gives out, as the st...
POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, March 1, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and J. J. Christmas, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
POLICE COURT—KAXIINA. Wedstesday, March 1, 1882. before Jv'B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and ■J"-' " J. J- Christmas, J.P.1 Wm. McAlees was charged with burning a stamp at Green's Plains, on Feb. 22, without having a clear .space of ten feet cleared .ground. Defendant pleaded not gailiy. Henry Cock, P trfice Con stab le, stationed at Moonta—On the 22nd Feb. was riding along the road at Green's Plains. ' Saw smoke amongst some timber that was cut down Went into the paddock and saw that the bottom of a large tree was on fire. McAlees ■was working close by. I said " Did jou light that fire ?" and he said " Yes, I did." I said *' Yon never cleared it round." He said he Was watching^ it; There was a lot of dead wood lying about. I called him forward and pointed out the - wood. Defendant said there was no loose wood about; and that a chain road separated the fire from the nearest grass or stubble. lined the lowest penalty, £2, and costs. Ji fortnight's time was allowed for the pay xnent of ...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, Ist March, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Messrs J. J. Christmas, and T. H. Hall, J.J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
LOCAL (JOUJir—KaDINA. Wbdnksdat, 1st March, 1882. (Before J. B. fShepherdson, .Esq., 8.M., and Messrs J. J". Christmas, and H, Hail, J.J.PJ ■ . - Bkown y Teembeetk.—Claim for £45 8s amount of over due acceptances and work done. Mr James appeared for the plaintiff. Defendant did .not appear. James Brovrn—Am drawer of a Bill of Exchange . accepted by Wm. Tremberth. [Acceptances produced ] The bills have not been paid. I claim also for work done and materials supplied at defendant's request. Verdict fur plaintiff. Pbotection Obdeb. ■ Mes Annie Thomson applied for an order to protect lieraeif against her husband CI editors, her husband having deserted her. The applicant having been sworn, Said I am the lawful wife of James Thompson. Was married in Adelaide in 1843. Have lived with him since in Adelaide and Kadina. JEEave nine children by him. One is living with ^ me. Am dependent upon my own earnings for a living. Never gave my has: band any reasonable cause for deserting me. He deserte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 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—TWOPEN CE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882..
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
commercial! WaUaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 4, 1882 Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s. Kndina—Wheat, 4s llfcd. Moonta—Wheat, 4s lid. Green's Plains East—Wheat, 4s lOjd. Green's Plains West—Wheat, 4a lid. Earunga Gap—Wheat, 4s 9 Jd. Snowtown—Wheat, 4s 9d The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroos— Flour, £11 10s to £12 per ton, Bran, Is'3d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 4d per bushel per ton. Register Office, Fiiday, March 4. The wheat market remains steady, with but limited supply or demand. We quote 6s l£d for shipping parcels at Port Adelaide, and about one penny less at butports. Flour is steady at £11 5s to £11 10a for ordinary, and £11 15s to £12 for leading brands. Bran, Is 3d ,* pollard, Is 3£d ; oats, 3s 3d to 3a4d ; barley, 3s 6d.
ETIQUETTE OF J.P's (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
ETIQUETTE OF J.P's (to the editor of the wailaboo times.) Sib,—I was sorry to find oar worthy Mayor, (Mr Jobn J. Christmas J.P.,) who is now a member of the Wallaroo Board of Advice, remain on the bench at the sittings of the Local Court held at Kadina last Wednesday, when several cases under the Education Act were j called on. It looked very raach like'bein^ ' prosecutor and judge, and I think our worthy Mayor would have shown better taste bad he left these cases to the other gentlemen who were sitting at the time. : am, sir, &c. PRUDENCE. Kadina Marcb % 1882.
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
33&allatO0 &ttm WALLABOO. SATURDAY, MARCH 4,18S2. The news that an attempt bas been made upon tbe life of Her Majesty,. Queen Victoria, will be received with regret by the whole British people. Bad as it is, however, it is a relief'to find that the affair ii not the outcome of any political agitation. On Friday morning a telegram was sent from Wallaroo conveying a digest of tbe resolutions passed at the meeting held at Tickera on Thursday evening, and asking what steps had been taken towards ftarting the stills at Wallaroo and Sadina. Tbe following, reply/ ' was. Teeeived. "The Malta still has been started at a eost-of £500, and tbe public: can be supplied with water there. We have also arranged to have two stills started at Moonta at a cost of £350. The: proprietors of the mines.refuse to sell, the water at less than one shilling and airpence per hogshead—J- Mann, Secre tary." It will thus be seen that although tbe Government are not nnderfakingto se.l the water at ...
"FISH AND FLESH." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
" EISH AND FLESH." (to the editor or the wallaeoo times.) Sib,—Tbe Ratepayers of Kadina must be congratulated in having an officiept .officer to superintend tbe nuisances of the Ka&lt;lina municipality; but it seems rather invidious that ono tradesmen can be threatened with a summons for having an empty cask on the footpath when another can exhibit goads, not only on the footpath but also on the road with impunity. TRADESMAN.
THE HOUSE SHOE AND ITS APPLICATION. BY D. D. SLADE, M.D., PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL ZOOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
THE HOUSE SHOE 4NP ITS _ APPLICATION. BY J). D. BLADE, M.D., BB0FES30B OF A£BICPL TUBU, ZOdLOaS. 5AETAEDl Tmi»EBSITy. - In remarks upgn preparation^ &lt;be 1 horse's loot tor the shoe. I IjaFfe conBtant iy endeavored to impress upon etudentft and' readers, the importance of the foHow- - ing axiom—never safer tlw normal structures of the foot - to undergo any. mutilation. At the same time, I have in sisted upon the necessity of bringing the foot to a proper level. Any excess of growth at the toe renders the pasterns more oblique, and, as a consequence, throws undue.weight upon the ' back sin ews,' whereas, too great bight of heels has a similar effect upon the joints of the extremities, by rendering them tou up right. Taking as ocir guide the foot of the animal that has never been brought to the forge, and which, in consequence, must be considered as a correct mode], let the external wall of the hoof b.e re duced by means of the rasp to a' JeVel wifch the firm unpared sole. I...
COST OF THE TANK NEAR THE MAGAZINE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
! COST OF THE TANK NEAR THE MAGAZINE. (to the editob of the wallaroo tikes.) Sib,—In your issue of the 1st inBt I appears a letter signed " Thos. fi. Heath," denying the correctness of a statement made by me at the last meeting of the Wallaroo Town Council, as regards the cost of the tank near the Magazine I may mention tbat I got my information from the reports that were published by the Government, which gave the costs of various tanks and dams constructed by the Government" at Wallaroo ai-d other places. Now, it is a well known fact tbat the price paid to a contractor does not cover iho actual cost, and surely th^t fact ought to be known hy Thos 2£ IJeatb. X spoke of th* total cost, not the price paid to the contractor. -—I am, &c , WM. MASTERS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882
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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8.40. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGliAMS. Tuesday, 8.40. p.m. - The Schooner Pet was struck by a sperm whale on the 4th March, when about fifty miles south of Cape Leuw.n Captain Littlejohn was drowned,butthja other members of the crew were saved. A man named James Stewart has been lost in the bosh- at Windy Creek, near . Beitana since Sunday. 11.10 p.m. Dr Halke, of Christ Church Museum, has been appointed acting Curator of the Adelaide Museum. Railway communication has been es tablished with Beitana. A large bneh fire near Echunga has done c onsiderable damage. Henry Dyke, a driver for Hall and Sons, whilst driving a two-horse van, the horses took fright and the reins got twisted round Dyke's body. Be fell off and was injured, and was subsequently taken to the Hospital where he died. The meeting in the Town Hall be attempted assassination of the Queen, was presided over by the Mayor and was crowded. The Chief Justice moved, Sir Henry Ayers seconded, and the Chief Secretary, Speaker of the House of As ...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Newcastle, Tuesday. 3.30 p.m. [Per favor of a Wallaroo resident now in New South Wales.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Newcastle, Tuesday. 3.30 p.i favor of a Wallaroo resident now in New South Wales.] The people here are immensely pleased that the Queen escaped without injury. There were thanksgiving services held in many of the churches here on Sunday. The Bev. C. Goodenough Taplin of Wallaroo, undertook the duties at the Cathedral on Sunday morning. Splendid rains have fallen from Satur day until now. There is a southerly gale blowing. The Yerulam arrived on Sunday. I am dissappointed with Sydney;. there is nothing to see but the beautiful harbor. The climate is moist, and bad for asthmatics. The mosquitoes are regular man eaters. There is a strike here at present amongst the coal miners. There are fifty vessels in harbor many of which are thereby detained. The barque J. L. Hall will sail for W%ilatoo on Wednesday next should weather permit.