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RATEPAYERS MEETING AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

RATEPAYERS MEETING AT WAL I4ARQO. A meeting of the ratepayers of Wallaroo was held in the Institute Hail, Wallaroo, on Monday evening, M»roh 6, for the purpose of testing the feeling of the ratepayers as to the desirability of impowering the Corporation to borrow money for the purpose of fencing in the park lands. There was a good attendance and The Matoe, Mr Bew*, occupied the chair. He said they were aware of the object of-the meeting,' which was to ascertain whether the majority of the ratepayers were in favor of borrowing money for the purpose of fencing in the park lands. %t hqd been said outside that the Corporation were anxious to have the pqr^ lands fenced in, but. he oguld assure thefp that none of the Oouoolllo^ ^ad expressed themselvet either fjr or against the proposal. Qf those present would remem the last meeting of ratepayers held in Noyember last year a desire was expressed that the present Council take into consideration *he advisability of fencing in the park lands...

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, March 6. Received, March 7, 8.40. p.m. AUSTRALIAN PRESERVED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

EUKGPEAN TELECxIMMS , London, March 6, Jieceived, March 7, 8,40. p.m. AUSTEAIIAN PRESERVED ME AT. The best-of the meat which arrived per s.8. Orient has been sold at 5d to 6d per lb. A number of carcases were con demned having been damaged through bad packing. It was unfit for human consumption having partiaJly thawed on . the vojdge.

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. MONDAY, March 6.1882. (Before Mr J. Gaskell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

POLICE COUEr—KADIIf A, Mokday, March 6.1882. (Before Mr J. Gaekell, J.P.) Thomas Waxxs, miner, was charged j on the information bf P-C. Fitzpatrick with being drank and unable to take care ] of himself, on the evening, of JSaturday,! March 4. Fined lOa or in default 7 days'imprison ment. ■ " 'ziti-. }■■"■ i' \*. " The aame prisonerwis also charged, on ibe information of Mr'Jofctr'3; ^Ghrietdiis,' with UBingindecenVanitl abue'relanguage [3#. * *•„. *~3ti

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

KOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALL ABO 0 TIMES is printed in a mew and enlarged form. Tie terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advanee (postage in cluded) ... ••• 3s. Do. Tlo. credit (postage - — included) ... ... 4s, Sing-le Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during tlie first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4, 1882.

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT.—MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT.—Mines. 2. A fair amount of business in produce has been carried through during the week, and prices have not materially altered.. There is a good* demand for breadstafie, but deliveries are rather light. Wool.—The London Feb ruary sales opened on Tuesday. 28th ult., and wo are -advised by talegram that closing prices of last series aria maintained, the tone of the market being firm. The first day's catalogue, however, was small, and we await detailed particulars of j^riceB realized for "well known brands. Sheepskins.—Prices are ' well sustained, and at oar sale on Tuesday we got up to 2s lOd for fair average skins. Hides.-— We submitted a fair catalogue, prices ranging from 3±d to 4fcd, according to weight and quality. Kangaroo-skins.—There is not a strong demand for these, except of better sorts, which sell at from ISg. to 25s. per dozen. Inferior sorts are difficult to• sell. Taiiow.—There is not rnuph offering at the moment- S...

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MONDAY, March 6, 1882. (Before J. B Shepherdson, Esq., S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

J , ,:..JMfogM£ S, JSS3... I - i (Before J. B- Sheoherdsoa, Esq., S. M.) .. James Atkij»*s, ~ Wiimam McAi^es, ip''Wiiair^ium'»®re again v brought* lup. . Tbe. police reported thatAtkins and James had been properly corrected, but that Mrs McAiees had refused to thrash iier.tjoy-'l • ;» . James arid "Atkins were tben discharged witd a caulioij,and Mrs McAlees subse quently meeted out the necessary punish ment tv secure hjs discharge. In the;case against James for breaking into premises in Swansea the plaintiff re porled that the ;f fiends bad consented to pay the amount ..of dad>age3 and con sequently be withdraw tbe;charge. (JasesUxder The Education Act. Daniel DatieS was charged on tbe information of Thomas Stephen Naugh ton, school visitor, with neglecting to send liie daughter to school the requisite number of days for tbe quarter ending Dec. 31, 1881. Mrs Dayies appeared and stated that for eight weeks of tbe time tbe child was away heiping ber grandmother. Fined 2s 3d and cos...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

THINGS IN GJsNERAL. BY TBADDIiES. The following from an Edinburgh paper is too good'to loose. " A rustic having gone to Calton Hill Observatory, Edinburgh, to get a sight of the moon, after baring got a glanee at it drew away his head to wipe his eyes. Ih the interval the end of the telescope noise lessly fell down, so as, instead of pointing to the heavens, to point down to the earth. The rustio's surprise was unutterable when he again looked through and beheld the sign-of a publichouee at a short distance, with the cuBtomary declarations," Edinburgh ale," &c. He started back and exclaimed, " Edinburgh ale in the moon! Gtaid preserve ue! that beats a'." Horse dealers are sometimes " bested" al though the odds in their favor are about the same as that given by any American paper in the race Haolaa v. Trickett •' All St. Louis against a flat-bottom." I know one, who, although he " sleeps with one eye open" was a victim a short time since. He was in a sale yard and purchased s...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. SATURDAY, March 4, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

POLICE GO UiiT—WALLAROO. Satubday, March 4, 1882. I 1 (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M. I Wiixiam McAiees and Jambs Atkins, two boys, were brought up on retnand, charged with stealing from the " Wallaroo Times" office one pair of winkers valued at 15 s. Tbe harness teas identified on the previous day. M.C,. John A. Elsliolz, stationed at Wallaroo—Arrested prisoners on 2nd inst. under charge of stealing the property mentioned. Cautioned them. Both acknowledged being at Mr Bews' on 23rd alto. Said tbey went into the yaTd and took the harness off the shafts of tbe buggy. A*kins said, " I asked McAlees to take it out but he would not, we then put it in the corner ot the yard. Took two bridles with us aad went to the culvert opposite the foundry.1' Atkins added—" I went home and McAlees took the heavy bridle, the other we left under the culvert near the foundry.'* Found the winkers produced from information received from the prisoner. The same prisoners wero further charged with stea...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

Clje SHaUaroo Ctmt». WALL.A. BOO, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 8,1882, The Belaiie arra which stands at the; fop of the list amongst the agricultural hun dreds of the north, bid* fair, to,,'become famons in another way. From a telegram received yesterday we learn [a copper lode has been discovered, theprodace ofwhJeh is exceptionally liigb. Should this-prove to be as rich as it promisee it will be a grand *\iing for Jamestown. We congratulate our northern friends oa their improved prospects, and hope that, the next good ' jiews will bethat of a heavy rainfall. It is sums time since a matter of sucB im-" portance fo the town has been .dealt with, as that brought before ^beipablic meeting of ratepayerson Monday eyenipg last-— Jibe qaeition of "feniao| in S pbrtibn of the JPark l«i<ds. It for regret, howerer, that outofttree buotfred e»d odd ratepayers Vpll fifty felt sufficiently interested to come | forward and'record their votes. But it is with tbis as with almost every other j publi...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

LrCfclRAiLTJiE. The January number of th« Contemporary Review opens with an article by .Lady Yervey entitled " Feasant proprietors in France." The style of the article is bright and sparkling, but the picture it gives of the condition of peasant proprietorship is very dark and dismal, one continuous struggle to make ends meet— a sort of semi-savage life wliere scarcely anv of the comforts or conveniences of civilization are to be met with. One could almost wish that the good lady had been guilty of exagger ation, but it is to be feared that she hag only told *• the plain, the naked open troth." " Xlie valde of E^ypt to Great Britain," by Lieutenant Colonel Osbourne. The writer endeavours to show that the beet poiicj which Britain can pursue is to restore Egypt to the people of Egypt—that any attempt to take possession of Egypt by Britain would not only lead to a rupture witL France but might lead to a European war. The next article, entitled " Married women in factories," by W, Stan...

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LOCAL COURT—WALLAROO. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

LOCAL UuUlir— WALaA&OO. J (Before J. B. Sbepherdeon, Esq , S.M.j Thomas y Delanty Settled out . of Court. Same r Topplejian—Claim for £11 9s 5d. Settled out of Court. Wiltshire v Nicholas—Claim for ; £22 9s Go. Amount of verdict and coats ] in late action for damage, Charles Nicholas, laborer—Have work with Mr McDonald, road con tractor, near Snowtown.. Have 8s per day. The reason I Lave not paid ttie claim is that 1 have not been iu constant work, and have had to pay other things. [Vouchers produced, for money to defray law expenses and other things.] Have worked three weeks at 6s 6u lor the Government, and about 9 days on a ship at 12s per day. On ano:her earned £3 odd, and on the steamer Ids, and on another occasion 6s or 8s. i think I worked three weeks in the Works at 6s 6d per day. Have worked lour days for Air McDonald. Total, about £23 15s. Iiaye paid £1 a week for board, and a pound each to to Mrs Boli tneyer and Seating off loan, and £2 10s to Mr Trye, part of a lo...

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THE TRAM CARS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

7<~-\ • -k. a . i i • •. ^:^%~;afiig^T^A;1ffrv-CAgS.~-w^! J (TO THE EDITOE OF THE WA3Ci£'ABOO TIMBS.i Sir.—Whi le &dmittin'g the great com fort to travellers which Ibe new tram cars on the Moonta line affords allow me lo" draw' attention to tile great necessity for a board being fiked along the top railings. This board, or it may be : a strip of painted canvas is, really required, as it is hardly decent tor a female-to -ride-on the lop -seats intheir present exposed condition, and I am sure "the manager will admit the necessity of this when his attention is directed to it.— J Yours &c. TRAVELLER I March 6, iS82.

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KADINA CORPORATION—AND THE WATER SUPPLY. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 March 1882

KADINA CORPORATION—AND THE "WATER SUPPLY. [TO THE EBITOK OF THE WALLAHOO TIMES.) Sir—Can you inform me if the Corporation of Kadina are under any heavy obligations to Mr Andrews that , they allow hint to make such an exor bitant charge over and abore what Government charges for water at Kadina. Or do tbey think that they will improve tbe business prospects of the plac« for xiie coming year by extracting the last penny from the settlers around the town. Most of the outsiders can ill afford to pay the Government price for water let alone paying 2d a cask extra for the honour , of haying a man lo stand and look at them pumping it; the thing is monstrous. To the Corporation, the members of which have, besides them selves, only a fowl or two to provide, for, the price of water may be a very, small consideration, but to the owners of stock it is a very serious matter. If Mr AndrewB cannot perform his duties on any other terms there are others who would take bis place and be equally civil ...

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THURSDAY, March 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

TfltrasDAr, M-.rch 9. 1882 A special meertn<r was held, when the fol Sowing members were present—The Mayor (Mr D. Bews), Crs Bath, Walkley, Trye, Bird, Chatfield, Masters, and the Town Clerk. The Mayor having explained the reason why he had called the meeting together, it was unanimously resolved that a sum of money not exceeding £350 be borrowed to fence in the South Park L»n<is, and the eastern portion of those on the north side of the town, also, for the purpose of exe ivating d»ins therein ; and that thn same be referred to a public meeting to be heid in the Institute Hal), due notice of which was to be given. The Coun cil then adjou'npH.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, March 8, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

WALLAROO CORPORATION. Wedkes-day. Marr-h 8, 1882. Present—The Mavor, (Mr 13- Bews,) Crs Bird, Trve. Bath, Walkiey, Masters, Phillips, Chatfield, OlipUant and the Town Clerk. The minutes of tho previous meeting were read and conBrmed. Matoe's Eepobx. The Matoe said that in accordance 'with a resolution p»ssed at the last meeting of the Council, O Phillips and h m^elf bad waited upon the Kadina Corporation to ask their co-operation in urging upon the Government the advisability of extending the boundary of t.lie Peninsula Road Board. The Sarins Council had unanimously consented to sup port the movement. He had not been able to po to Moonta. but- had got Mr Richards to wait upon the Corporation of Moonta, and that body had alsft agreed to co-operate with ; Wallaroo in the matter. Since last meeting he had telegraphed to the Commissioner of Public Works, pointing out the inconvenience j of having a passenger station without a ladies' j waiting room and ether accommodation, and had recei...

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PROVINCIAL TELEGRAM. Yam Creek, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

PROVINCIAL TELEGR1M. Yam Creek, Friday. I The Ministerial Party have arrived here via Sandy Creek. They passed over beautiful alluvial country. The Chinese gardens are flout ishing. There were vast stretches of grass eighteen feet high. The country abounds \*ith indications of tin. The Chinese merchants say that the average alluvial gold raised per week is 25 ozs. There arc already pine apple and maize plantations in a flourishing condi tion. Advices have been received that 200 chinamen will arrive in April. Ii is expected that subsequently there will be a large influx of people who will start plantations and alternate them with min ing in the dry seasons.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 4.33. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Friday, 4.33. f 1 ,U"J * "*.W. A man named Frederick Wagner has been committed for trial for attempting to cut his throat with a razor. Mr Alderman Hadegorn, on behalf of the S, A Swimming Club, presented the Mayor, Mr E. T. Smith, to-day, with a maiaeca cane richly mounted with gold in. recognition of the many services which he has rendered as President. A deputation of tradespeople waited upon the Chief Secretary to-day and com plained of the action of the Governmeut iu accepting Wills & Co's contract for the supply of boots for fcbe police, without calling for tenders, Mr Bray said it was not customary to call tenders for the supply of boots for the police, but as Wills & Co. bad the clothing contract for clothing the-Goveroment thought they should hare the preference in futnre. The men, however, were allowed to get their boots where they pleased. The Chief {Secretary and the Mayor at the request of the Early Closing Asso ciation, have invited ...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane Friday. Reid, chief officer of the American barque Baltie E. Topley, came out of an hotel this morning with one of the sailoi s named Harlen. Both had been drinking, Reid told the man to go on board and on his refusing to obey the order the officer fired five shots at him from a revolver, one ball grazing Harlen's hand. Police Constable Ryan tried to arrest Reid who drew a knife and stabbed him on the arm breast and several other places. One would have proved fatal only the knife happened to stiike the Con stables watch. Reid was arrested by other policemen, and has been remanded as .Ryan is to week to appear.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOR. 1 Hoonta, ship, from Newcastle. Athena, from Port AdeiaiJe.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 March 1882

VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. I Tbe All-England K'even v. Australian Eleven in Melbourne scored 282 runs for tbe loss of seven wickcts, UJyett being 149 Jones goes Lome with the Australian Eleren.

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