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A LONDON PREACHER ON LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 March 1882

A LONDON PREACHER ON LONDON. Mr C. H. Spurseon, minister of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington Butts, in presiding at a weekly lecture a short time ago, observed in opening tbe proceedings, that never, perhaps it was more necessary for those living in London to pi ay earnestly than at the present time. He had heard it said that there were now 4,700,000 living souis within tbe metropolitan district. Such a city before never existed on the face of the earth. Ancient Rome was immensely large and magnificent, while it was difficult to accurately make out what was its population, but, of a certainty, in the days of its highest glory aod splendour if never even approximated the size of Loudon of to day. Nor could China with teeming millions, and its great cities, such as Pekin, boast of any city to be compared to London, to make up which it would take the two largest cities in the world, while it would require five of the other foremost cities. Perhaps many of his hearers had not even...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SUNDAY SERMON ON FIDDLERS BY A GLASGOW D.D. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 March 1882

ASUNDAY SERMON ON FIDDLERS BY A GLASGOW D.D. The announcement that Dr Gordon iroiild lecture on *• The Violin and Fidd lers" in St Andrew's Episcopal Cbuch on Sunday n:gbt after choral vespers attracted an unusual Dumber of visitors to that ancient edifice. That the majority of the worshippers were strangers was plainly evident from the helpless manner in which they endeavoured to follow the ritual. After giving out a portion of the 150fch Psalm for his text, the rev. gentle man launched forth on the sovereignly of prejudice and habit over the public mind. Not twenty years ago, he said, if the notes of a pianoforte had been beard on a Sunday evening in Scotland the unfortunate owner would have been tabooed, and even the lifting of a window blind a foot was considered a fault i>y some. A great advancement had been made since then, and in bis opinion the opening of museums, picture galleries, and gardens for tbe recreation of those who had no other opportunity of visiting them was ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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A GLIMPSE OF NORWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 March 1882

A GLIMPSE OF JNuiiWAY. Why should Norway (sa/s a Hew Zealand Exchange) be ruled by a dis tant King ? It accepted Bernsdotte, and has continued his family under the com pulsion-of holy and unholy alliances. Her wants are few. Her people are simple. Hir land can give but 1,200 of its square miles to grain, tbe rest of the 12,000 to fish, timber and duck, and she cannot afford to assist in dressing up Princess to gratify other dynasties. The example of France, Switzerland and America are constantly cited here; and X should not wonder if Norway were soon an independent Republic. Her people are h.inesf. We see no beggary ho poorhouee nor ja<ls; we hear of no crime nor yoiience. Jfo locks are needed upon doors. D.unktnness is rare. They love music and 0 iwers, and are demoted to their faith and their families. They are never ''idle. Even the girls are knitting while attending sheep and cows If they h*ve no other riches than the sea and fjord give, they are at home upon that -el...

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LADY ELLENBOROUGH AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 March 1882

LADY ELLENBOiiOUGH AGAIN. From time to time reports have reached this country of the deatb of Lady Ellen horough, the lady who eloped with Prince Schwan zenberg nearly half a century ago. O ce more the announcement oi her death is positively made, and as she must have been of a very advanced aee, there is no improbabilit> in the statement. She was the beautiful Miss Digby, whom Lord Ellenborougk had just brought from Dorsetshire. Subsequently to her elopement she shone like a meteor at Paris, Rome, Munich, Florence, Carlsruhe, Constantinople, and Athens, where she married a brigand whom King Ot'no bad transformed into a General. Edmond About has told the story of Ianthe in bis best style; how the handsome JDepth fled from bis wife and his command, leaving her with her friend the Duchess of Piaisance. i3ut she soon became wearied of the modern Achivi, and settled down in Syria, a widow of Dauascus, where she married th9 handsome athletic Arab sheik, Midjouel, the most po -erful sk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

WANTED SMART BOYS to deliver Papers in Kadina and Wallarbo Mines. Apply Office of this Paper, Kadina. CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given, That the time for BURNING STUBBLE, &c., is from 10 a.m. to 6 o'clock p.m. from the 1st da; of February, 1882. By Order, JAS. WILLSHIRE. Clerk. WANTED—LOGS. FIFTY TONS of LOGS wanted at the Rurilia Mine, length not less than 10 feet nor more than, 12 feet; diameter, at the small end, not less than 9 inehes. THOS. ANTHONY & SON. February 20, 1882. FOR SALE OR TO LET, THE following Sections Hundred of Ninnes, No. 57, 85, 86, 89,- 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 99,100, J02, 106,115, 133, 134 ; also Hundred ofTickera, 98, 112, 119, 120, 144, 152,153,161,163 arid 164. H. D. O'HALLORAN, LAND AGENT; Way mo u tli Street, .-.V Adelaide, IMPORTANT TO THOSE LOOKING OUT FOR A GOjC^JFARMi FARMS TO BE LET. TO BE LET, Farms of from 200 to 400 or 500 acres of the bent WHEAT GKOWING LAND in the Colony, .-situated the Hundred of Ninnes^ onveryeasy...

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DOMESTIC CIRCLE. BABY'S CLOTHES AND MAMMA'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

BABY'S CLOTHES AND j^MMA'S; ■HEALTH. • ^ V""i6ir IEDowasmartiitllc,girl whose mam ma has quite ' delicate J healtfi. .. Baby baa always worn white "dresses, but this fall her mother - is .making?(Uf>. flannel frocks, with the intention of^putting the old short white dresses over thefn for * aprons. Tbis wouid .be >erj, ifekt' and pretty, but MisB Baby is onlyjjuist learn ing to walk, and makes her seat Wpori the carpet much of the .time. ' She must have flclean frock every day, so long as she. wears white ones. Mamma has these to iron, though not to wash, for she hires1 to have her washing done. - But ironing is mamma's hardest work, and her physician frequently cautions her against over-, work as she has quite .. a family to work for - and ' irartf Vppn. Wouldn't It be mnch better for;, her. vtto discard the-1 ^wliite' aprons ^ and - substitute neat white bibs, trimmed with the v prettiest- of • • etrohg laces, if she likes, arid pinned down, if she chooses, with a, baby's bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF WALLAROO, MR D. BBWS, J.P, Sib,— E, the undersigned ratepayers respect ■DrtT-r /U!,y re1uesf you will cause a f ,■ 0 ,t^,e Town to fee taken to test the tee ling of the ratepayers relative to the ad visability of empowering the Corporation to borrow money to FENCE in the PARK LAJXDS or any portion of them. August Brown Charles Marton Henry Rowe Edward James John James C. Maclneray, CriaSTIEaEBy,— In compliance with the aboye I hare ar ranged for a POLL to be taken THIS (Saturday, 18th MXrch) in accordance with the announcement made at the Public Meeting held last night in the Institute, The voting will be at the Council Chamber. Yours faithfully, DAVID BEWS, March 17,1882. Mayor. DRAPERY ! DRAPERY ! DRAPERY! THORODGHLY^EW! SEASONABLE! WELL SELECTED ! FASHIONABLE! USEFUL! CHEAP 1 HpO those who have so long and so ■- liberally supported me in the past, in connection with the Grocery Business, and to the public generally, I have much pleasure in announcing t...

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EMANCIPATED GAOL BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

1 EMANCIPATED GAOL BiEDS. I assumed that the woman hailed from the neighbouring kitchens, because they all recognised the emancipated pair from Coldbatb Fields, and grested them with much cordiality, apdwonldhaye dabbed together for another " half-pint of gin to treat them but that one of the indepen dent yoaug fellows withdrew from his pocket and threw down on the counter half-a-crowo. He was the one who had so gieedily snapped at the quid of tobacco. Let me 'blew this*- money fust, said he with disdain and contempt: it's all it's fit for. Is that what they gave you when you come out? the.Bjyoman with" the ■ month-old infant aek'ed with? a drunken laugh; Two-and teopence was. what I got, replied the impenitent ruffian grinning ; and Billy, he got three bob. And the bloke (tbe chaplain) he ses to uie. I reely *ave opes of you this time, Costtgan, he says. Your conduck, he ses, h&e been up to Dick—leastways them warn't his words, but that's wot he meant—*nd I am encouraged to...

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EXCESSIVE BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

EXCESSIVE BATHING. A. question has just come before the. Manchester City Council which has interest for every town where baths exist. It iB found during hot weather that many bathers remain in the water for an unconscionably long time—several hours 011 a stretch sometimes. This is said to be especially the habit of feminine bathers, to the great danger of their health. In one instance, a girl lost the use of her limbs, and is many others, illneBs of one sort or another has been traced to this overindulgence. At the Manchester baths, printed notices are posted up prescribing balf-an hour as the maximum time. : These, however, are set at naught and what may be termed "pickling"' goes on just as if there wasfcno regulations to the contrary. We have little doubt the officials con nected with the public baths of the metropolis could tell a similar tale, if so minded. Perhapis, therefore, some good would come from distributing amongst bathers printed warnings as to the in consequences tha...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

SAiSBD. . Wednesday. March 16—Moozita 598, tons, \Jowan, Waster, for Newcastle. Wednesday, March 15—Flirttlers, S.8., 275 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide. - --- Thursday, March 16—Emu, sis.,-895 tons, .{freer, HMttr, for Port Pirie. Jriday^Iarch. l7-r-Iiubra, b.b., 224'tons,1 Izatt, master, for Franklin'Harbor. ■?'K ?:t > r ■ Same day—Athena, 412 tohd, Snafldenj /maater, tor Newcastle- . r ;

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SEVEN NIGHTS IN A GLASGOW MODEL LODGING HOUSE. No. 3—HYDEPARK STREET. [BY AN AMATEUR VAGRANT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

SEVEN NIGHTS IN A GLASGOW MODEL LODGING HOUSE. -» No. 3—H fDjSPAKK STREET. [By ait Amateub Vagbant.^ The following article written in con nection with what is termed the Glasgow " " Model Lodging House," will be read with interest by many who are acquainted with that great centra of population and commerce. We may add that the " Fag rant's'' writings have been the means of stirring op an official inquiry, which is likely to lead to a better state of thing*. At the foot of Hydepark Street, Ander ston, on the east side, stands the large five storey building known as the " An derston Model Lodging Souse." It is an imposing freestone structure, five ntoreys high, and stands .outin conspicuous relief amongst the large number of email brick builtpublic works in its immediate neigh bourhood. Its internal arrangements pre no! unlike those of l^orth and it is fitted up to accommodate*^ lodgers. About 7 i o'clock on Saturday evening, courtway iuside of the gate, and found a stair to the left ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

IMPOBTS. * JErLiibra—Izatt, master, fromEortAdelaide via Von Iiineola pn&'-Hoonta Bay.' Passengers—4 in tfceTcabin^-Ca^&jv Wallaroo.—1 Gtosse, 4 Hos pital, 57 Tippett, i "Cropley, 2 Darks,. 34 Gervasi, 48 Co-Oa. Society j25Baih,"33iJortSiiii®w®iaii, 10 Trye, 1 Ath«ai&,19 Saxon, 3 "James, 6 Barton, 6 Brlstowei 601V. S'. Works, 7 Caries &,Co., 3 Birks; fl Eevidb1, S BoHmeyer. 1 Mai Dolmr;- • -For Kadina— 16 Qninton, 38T.H. Hall,9 -Borlace, 12 Bendell. 28 Blackney. 14 lippett, 3 Horwood and Co., 1 Minchin, 20 Thomas, 10 Koogh, 30 Waltaroo30nee, 31<Jobk, H HarriB and Dawe.,3 Anson,13 Secombe, *S WilliiiDB, 7 jBarden, 18 Tmeoc^.ir Burnett,. ,4 Hid}, 3 Brown. ForJTrarikHn Harfior;—IE Miller' Bros.,71 bags chaff Allport,?6, ptgB. Dall. IPa's iengBrs—Sinclair, in tho-i cabin and 3' ia- the ateerago-".' *'•? - v - ; - J^rSaion~-fromNewcaatle, 632 tone coal W. S." Warkjs. r-i- "'-V,r; " V * ■'

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PUBLICAN'S PURSE. One and a half miles. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

PtTBHOAlfS PlIESE. One and & half milps. I 0. Chatfield's b.g. Horror aged 9 4 T. Tait'e ch.g. Surrey aged ... ... 8 12 T. Herbert's b.g, Tocal, aged 8 10 P. Hayes' g.g. Sbamrocfe, aged ... 8 6 T. Boesiter's b. or r.g. Wait-a-while, aged. 8 2 7. Bosaiter'fl b.b. GHanrille 6 yeara. 7 10 T. Herbert's b.£ Emblem. 4 years 7 7 T. Soaeiter'e br. or blk.f- Jjurlme 3 yre. 7 4 B. Shaw's g.tn. Flora, aged 7 2

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

VESSEt^ IN HiBBOK,, . - S^xon, frem Nevn»Btl8.

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FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

Fixing Haitdicaj. B. Shnw's b.m. Bitta, 4 years. ... 8 12 T. Herbert's b.g. 'local aged *J 12 T. Boseiter's br. or blk. f. Lurline 3 yrn 7 10 T. Roeaiter'e b.h. Gienville 6 years 7 2

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

VESSELS EXPEGTED. - Verulam;- from IJewoastle. Kalahome, from Newcastle. ». Cbarlea and Arthur, from Southport. 3. JL. Hall, from-Newcastle. Boyal Shepherd.B^., from Port Adelaide, jffranklio, giB., from Port Augn&ta. ' flinders; aja./trota Port Adelaide. ■ Itubra, sis., from Port Adelaide; . EmUjBJ.,fromPortPirie.

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HURDLE RACE. Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

Httedie Bace. Two miles G. Chatfield's b"r. h. Horror, aged 11 0 3\ Uossiter'e b. or r.g. Waifc-a-While aged 9 12 Marshall & Herbert*8 Turpm aged $ 7 B. F. Dunn's b.g- Robert the Devil 4 years. 9 0

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

weather. f Wednesday, Maroh -15—jWind, N.E. to S.W. moderate, fine, gar.30'10.'' Thursday,"March 16—Wind, North to S.W. moderate, fiae,Bar. 30*00. • Friday, March 17—Wind, W.S.W. fresh, cloudy, "Bar. 30-12. *

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YORKE'S PENINSULA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

YOE£E'S PENIfiTSULA BAGBS. The following are the weights for the han dicaps :— y, P. Hakdicap. One and i half miles. et lb Or. Chatfield's b.r. Horror aged. ... 9 4 J. Tail's ch.g. Surrey aged 8 12 T. Herbert's b.g. Tocal, aged 8 10 P. TTayes' g.g. Shamrock aged. ... 8 6 T. Rossiter's b orr.g. Wait-a-While aged - 8 2 T. Bossiter's b.h. Grlanville 6 years 7 10 E. Shaw's g.m. Flora aged 7 2

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office,Wallaroo [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882

TIKIS SIGNAL. Haiiiour Office ,"Wa\!iNQ.. ' Time signal oa tbfeJ<^vernmient flog8taff at, ,'*he Harbour-Masters reBideaqaAhc JtoTjBv {white and<*ed,) will be houlw ;ri*i every annday: .laoraiag^ij^i^if to eight j clOc^ Adcluiiic nj^n tt^j jand' oa-• vthe in'Btant of eight :>'clock. Jthe flag.-wil I dropj corresponding to Groenwicii'meau tune 10b? 45m 38 7a. After the time signal has heeii' made the Union Jack will b« hoisted. J. CABSON ; .-Ojbserseiv,

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