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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
COBOIEBCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo. Jau;-6.1B82; WaUaroo—Wheati-4B Sid. J. Xadina—Wbeat,4s4£d/" >«•• , Moonta—Wheat* :4spd.? . ■ ' ■',"] 2 -Green *b Plains West—Wbeat, ^s 4cl GreenTe Plains East—Wheat, is 4d." ' , Barunga Gap—WheatP*4s 2Jd to 4a 3d. -Silowtown—Wheatr/43 2d|-. ' ; 7 The following are'the prices current fdr pro luce at Wallaroo :— Flour, £11 10b to £11 12s 6d-per ton. Bran, le2d tols2£d per bushel per ton.; Pollard, Is 3d per bushel per ton. 'Register Office, Thursday, Jan. 5. ' The wheat market-is firm, withgobdde- &lt; mand, at 4s 8d to 4s S^-d at'Port Adelaide. ; One or two large parcels have changed hands1 at 4s 8d, jettj end l'ort Pirie. We ■quote Tulue of farmers' parcels Id per bushellese. • Flour dull at £10 2a6~d to JEll jwJmi'iar \ oidiusaj and leading brands superfine res-jj p> ctively. Bran, le 2d ; pollard, le&lt; 3d i- oats,\ 2s 9d to 2i lOd; barley, 3s.
KADINA CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 4. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
KADINA CORPORATION. Monday Januaey 4. 1882. Present His Worship the Mayor (J.J. Christmas Esq.,) Councillors Barnett, Blackney, Bleakley. Johnston, Mitchell, Nobes, Rosewarne, and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the last meeting; were read and confirmed. Mayor's Repobt. His Worship the Mayor in opening the business called attention to tlie pressing want of an alteration in the Railway time table and a reduction in the fares. He said the Ma^or of.the Burra had written requesting the co-operation of the* Kadina Council, in order to affect an alteration of the time table on the line* of railways between the two towns. The Mayor submitted to the Council what he thought would meet th e case, it was as follows:—The up train leaving Eadina at 6 a.m. would meet the Terowie train at Hamley Bridge at 10.30 a.m., and arrive in Adelaide at 12.33 p.m. He hers explained that if the distance between Hadina and Hamley Bridge was done in half an hour less time, then the time for starting would be 6.3...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
WALLAROO, SATUKDAY, ^AND/LEY'?. 1832 jPgoM our late tejegrameit will be jsef $ that the Fort Pine Branch of Farmers' Asjojtiatioi*, has far outstripped anything that has yet been attempted inthewayof-asking concessions for unfqrtuuate farmers. If all that they ask is essentially uecessary, the condition of the Hun dreds to be seoied imisjt &lt;je ttuly deplorable. \ ; The Times has taken exception to the unwise Bystem being pursued by the Goyernment of NewSorith Wales, in selling laud and adopting every ppsjsible plail'for creating^ surplus T/eyenup, without ; considering the pecessity pf reducing the Vbonded debt. _ * ... 'jj. . 1 . His Holiness the Pope no longer intends to. endure the hardship of lemaining, what is saidjto be. almost a prisoner in^he T^atjeao. hut- has inti pifrtpd. his intention of quittirigBome, It has jb$en decided,. owing- to the present excitementin.gold mining, postpone the floating «f^1ie ajoinpany -for the worMog,oftheW"wfCornwa]i Miniag property,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 7 January 1882
BISING SUN INN, POET WAKEFIELD. PBOPEIETOE—T. DIXON. THE Proprietor having COMPLETED the EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS and IMPROVEMENTS to the above Hotel, will be happy to see his old friends and as many new ones as may favor him with their patron age. GREEN'S PLAINS HOTEL. EICHAED KEMP, T ATE of Moonta, having taken the above JiA Hotel, wishes a call from his old friends in the district, and by civility and attention to business, hopes to have a continuance of the favors bestowed on his predecessor. GOOD STABLING- AND LAEGE SALE YARDS. WOMBAT HOTEL, TAYJjOS-STBEEt, KADnTA, CHAS. BAENETT begs to inform the public, that, attached to the above named Hotel, is one of the THE BEST HALLS OUT OF ADELAIDE whether as regards its acoustic Properties, Stage Fixings Accommodation, etc. well known as THE ODDFELLOWS' HAI^L, Which is situated in the centre of Sad in a, and has for years past been used successfully by professional and amateurs alike Amagnificent Trichord .piano on the Premises for those us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
New Zealand Exhibitbon.—In Marco, 1882, an .Exhibition on a grand scale will be held in Chris tchurch. The papulation of New Zealand, exclusive of Maories, was in 1881, '490,000. The exhibition will be open to the public from the 18th March,. 1882, tp' the 29th May. 1882. Applications for space with full particulars of expenses cati be made at once by applying to the tmder eigned. We have Jbeen connected with t"he Sydney, Melbourne,- Adelaide, and Perth exhibitions. At Adelaide we represented some sixty exhibitors. In awards we were most succeBBful, securing ten special gold medals, forty-iine first, and one second,' awards. Those that, (intend exhibiting should inform us of . their intentions, and maVejappjication &r space at once. Fullparfciculars a^jto thefreight and other chaiges canbehtud undersigned, who'wfll- to toos#* j imppj to act as commission" agents in any of ilie undermentioned colonies -for . the pushing of.jiny land of «f manu facture. - TermB modferate.~Aiif...
YOUNG AUSTRALIANS v. RISING SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
YOUNG AUSTRALIANS v. EISINGI SUN. . | A match was played on the M&tta Flat, on Saturday, Dec. 31, between tbe .above clubs. There was ao excellent exhibition of cricket. Subjoined are the scores:— BISINGSUN. Fibst Iknings., Second Isnmsros. Captain S. Mayne Umpire S3. S. Mann Gapel b W Davies 2 b Waters 0 Moore e E Davies 8 iE Davies... ... 1 Phillips run out ... 3' (sub) t> W Davies 0 Sneli bW Davies... 3 not out 73 Mayne c Edwards 19 b Taylor ... ...17 Moyle b Waters ... 1 W Davies ... ... 17 . Johns b do 0 b do " 17 T Moore not oot ... 9" c Brooke 9 Chappie b E Davies 2 a W Davies ... 0 Moyle b do ... 0 b Waters - 2 Williams b do ... O b do ... ... 0 Sundries 7 Sundries 4 Total,.,. ... 54 Total, ... 140 • ■ Orand Total—194. YOJJNG AUSTRALIANS. Eiest lenses Second lirNiNGS. Captain (J. Andrews Umpire J. Stevens Edwards b .Mayne 12 (sub) b Mayne ... 0 Andrews c&b do 8-b do ... 1 "Waters'b'.. dc 0 bSnell 1 35 Dayjes jb-Pbillips '5 b Mayne 19 "WDavifeixs Moyle 4 b ...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. I A fire took place to-day at Belalie east, 'dose to the Port Pirie line of railway. It is supposed tohave been caused bj 8 spark from the locomotive. Wheat* implements, fencing, &c., to the *alue of £500, • -were destroyed. Mr "William Goode alone is a sufferer to the extent of £350. A fearful duststorm was experienced at Farina to-day, it paralyzed all business. Great.distress is reported In -the north through the continued drought. It is difficult to get goods taken twenty miles north of ^Farina, &lt;ftrigg to 'T,tie want of water. It is believed that the bollock teams will have to be superseded by camels entirely. A man named James Claxton ha tbeeo dronhed at Port Augusta. It appears he went to sleep on the jetty and rolled off. - 11.45 p.m. The man Johnston who created a sensation by his story ofan escape from . - the Garonne, has been sent to gaol as a rogue and a vagabond at the police court this afternoon. John Thompson wa...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
VESSELS EXPECTED. Bosphortu, barque, from Newcastle... . J. L. Hall, from Newcastle. ■ - '• E. J. Sponce, from Melbourne. 7ranklin, s.s., fttun Port Adelaide. - Flinders, tj.a.f&rom Pdrt^Aagosta;. . Royal Shepherd, 84t-.frotnPort Adelaide. .V- -. liubra, s.s., from Pcirt A4e\affife - -
WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
WEA.THKR. "■ Saturday, Jan. 7—Wind. .Harti,, fre*h, watw. Bar. 30-00. - * . **. Sunday, Jau. 8—Wind, '8.W., treehj.'warm, Bar. 30-05. ■ • - s -■ Monday, Jan 9—Wind. Variable; tfirta.tkroat ening, Bar. 39*75. Tuesday, Jan. 10—Wind. Variable, warm, threat ening, Bar. 29*60. ;
COMMEECIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 10, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
COMMEECIAL. Wallaroo Titoes Office, . Wallarod, Jan. 10a 19821 Many farmers in the Peninsula districts are disappointed in the yield of this harvest We have been told that whele some farmer* sold 2000 and 3000bushels of wheat they. have not reaped above haffthe qoiui^ iifld, although from the appearance of the crops before reaping they ftilly expected least four or fire hundred bushels orer the quantity. We dp not expect to see *'rery ta^ge quantity of wheat exported this «eSBOir,;-&lt;®rfid doubt our millers will want to reserve sufficient to keep their mills in full wort, and as the. milk at Wallaroo, Kadina, and' Snowtown.. would require about 280,000 bushels for the year we fear we sHall not hare, much,for. export. We understand some , of the farmers at Green's Plains who intended shipping their wheat through Messrs Elder, Smith &..Co._ have now changed their minds and *old to other buyers. We hope, however, a sufficient quantity may be forthcoming to load a ship...
EUROPEAN PRESS AND THE GERMAN RESCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
EUROPEAN PRESS AND THE GERMAN RESCRIPT. — The European Press denounces the German rescript which has been addressed to the Prussian Ministry, asserting the prerogatives of the crown, and restrain ing -all officials from fermenting or talcing part in public agitations, as an arbitrary measure, which will tend tore press the responsibility of Ministers, and will proye the forerunner of a crisis.
TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882
1IMK SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wall Time signal on the Government at~ ehe Harbour-M-wters resiactice the ftrhitrandrsd,) wiil be hoiste I to the must .,^ad every Sunda? morning at fire minuter to eight j'clock, Adelaide menn time, and on corresponding to Greenwich mean time; lOli 45m 387s. After the time ttgnkl has been m&de-tke UnionJack-wilLia Jwiiated^^. ... J. OARSON : .Observer.