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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
T* °HE SPlEWfJEB'S GULF STEAM j «H3P COY., LIMITED. Dispatch theirSteamers as under, -when practicable :— f FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA'-^ StnJDATMpENnre at^ a.m. ■' o—1 f EMU, FOE POET PIBIE— 3 Thubsday, Cat 7 o'clock km. f LUBEA, POET LINGLON-} Thubsday or Fbiday, r-s., at 4 o'clock, p.mJ ~° f JFLXSDEES, I WlUHSSD AT. f at 5 o'clock. p.m. PO#£ ^ADELAIDE.—&lt;| . o— V | FRANKLIN, | SAIlTSBAt, aV5. o'clock, p .m. l^'jSSR ~C~° lIuBRA, ' FRANKLIN | Aitkbnatb -Thttbsday's HARBOR (_ At 2 p.m. ——■—o——— ■ Passage money mttst be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage most be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will ba admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed oat at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clanses and exceptions on the Comjepy* form of Bill of -Lading The Spencer's Golf Steamship Co., Limited H. H. WARD,. Agent, .Wallaroo Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHE...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
H I J? P i N G ; N E TI 8J WedneBd&y. March 15—Flinders.b.s., Z7o tonBj Ajnderson,master,from Port Angiista:" 1 * -V ,;:-s Timrsday, March 16— Sma, B.S.V303 tonB Cpeer, master, frbm Port Adelaide. Same flay—Labia, s.s., 224 tons, Izalt, master, from Port Adelaide via;Port Lincoln. ■
LOCAL COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1882. (Before J.B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
LOCAL COURf—MOONTA. Feidat, Mabch 17,1882. fBefore J. B. SJiepherdaon, Esq., S M.) (Jhinnalii v Phillips—For 17s 3d, money had and received by the defendant to the use of the plaintiff. Mr Beare for the defendant Nicholas Dunstan Bennett—I am Clerk of the Moonta Local Court. I produce the fiecord from which it appears an action by the present defendant against the present plaintiff was tried in this Court on the 20th January last, when a verdict was passed for the then plaintiff for £2 Ids 9d at,d costs. I taxed the costs for the defendant on the 17th Feb ruary. The amount of costs was £1 3s, making the entire amount £4 2s 9d. This amoaut was not paid into Court. By Mr Beare—The defendant said the "then plaintiff claimed £5 and asked if that were correct. Upon the plaintiff being sworn Mr Beare acknowledged that his client had received £5, and said that in addition to the judgment and costs (£4 2s 9d) be had advised his client to get from the defen> dant the guinea he (his client...
LATEST NEWS. ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 10.50p.m, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
JjMPJBJST 3^WS. | ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Friday, 10.50 p.m, A well attended meeting of shop keepers was held in the Town Hall to-day, convened by the Mayor. Hie Chief ' Secretary was, present. It was resolved that in the opinion of that meeting it was desirable that all tradespeople closing at six o'clock during the week, should close not later than eight on Saturdays com mencing in May* Colbnel Do woes wishes to discourage she system of officers offering prizes for companies to compete for in rifle shooting, as some officers equally effioient might not be equally able to afford them. The Minister of Education telegarphs that it is less important for him to visit Daly and Adelaide river districts as reports speak well of land there. The Mail Steamer Clyde passed Cape JBorda at four this afternoon. The nest crushing of the Bird-in-hand mine is likely to be quite equal to tbe last. At the Morphet Yale Races to-day the hurdleB were won by Don Pedro. The two and three year-old stakes, by T...
LOCAL COURT KADINA. WEDNESDAY, March 15, 1882. (Before J.B. Shepherdson Esq., S.M.) AFFILIATION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
LOCA.L COURT KADINA. Wed i, esea/st, March 15, 1882. (Before J. B. Shopherdson Esq., S.M.) AiEUiiATiON Gaeb. .Robinson v.. Dayet.—The' defendant, Martin Davey, was brought up to show cause why he should not maintain his illigitimate child. Mr Beare appeared for the defendant and ■requested that all witnesses be ordered out of court. Josephine Emily Robinson—Live in Fos ter-street, Kadina. Am a widow. Know the defendant. The child was borne on the 6th of August. Have known the defendant over three years; now nearly four years. He has been keeping company with me daring that period. He had been keeping company with me for fifteen 'months before tlie child was borne. Have been away from him for fourteen months. That was after the child was borti. Defendant was improperly inti mate with me daring the fifteen months previ ous to the birth of the child. He was coming to the house five months before I was encewte. Was not intimate with any other person Huring that time. ■> It is a1' mal...
FENCING PARK LANDS. PUBLIC MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
FENCING PARK LANDS. PUBLIC MEETING- OF RATEPAYERS. A public meeting of ratepayers was held in the Institute 'EMI, Wallaroo, on [Friday evening March 17, to consider the resolution passed by a special meeting of the Corpor ation, held on Thursday, March 9. " That a sum of money, not to exceed* £350, be borrowed on the security of the rates for the purpose of fencing in the South P«rk Lands and the eastern portion of North Park Lands, and constructing dams thereon." The Mayor, Mr Bews, occupied the Chair. The CHAiBJiA>r said that there appeared to be a deal of misconception as to the result of fencing in the park lauds. Some thought there was a desire to fayor one portion of the town in preference-to another ; but he was sure nothing of the kind was desired ; and to meet this idea, as well as to prepare for the large quantity of stock that he was sure would be dispaetured, the Coun cil had resolved to fence the southern park lands, and also the best portion of the north park lands,...
CRICKET. YOUNG AUSTRALIAN v. YOUNG UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
CRICKET. YOUNG AUSTRALIAN v. YOUNG UNITED. A match was recently played between the above clubs on the Matta flat, resulting in a win for the Young Australians. The winners were captained,by Mr E. Harris, It * O. Stoker acting as umpire.* These duties in connection with the Rising Sun were discharged by Messrs S. Mayne and Piper respwtiyeiy. Subjoined are the scores.— YOUNG- AUSTRALIAN. BISINGt SUN. Edwards b Mayne 1 Murley o Mayno 6 Andrews l> Mayne 22 W Da?ies b Mayne 2 Watters b Miayne O C DavieB l.b.w 27 Hams b Moors C Ferguson ran out 31 Xfaylor b Mayne 0 Prideaux b Mayne 0 Pearca not out. . 4 Sundries 20 Sfsyne bWstters 11 Snell b W Daries 18 Moyle. b Watters 3 Johns b W Bevies 0 Moore b £ paries 16 Caple c&b W Darin 3 Dodd c Harris : 4 Chapell e T>aviee *■ O Moyle b Taylor 0 WfllianjBbB Davie* 1 Andrews not oat O Sundries ... l Total, 119 !Bota3, 57
FRIDAY, March 17,1882. (Before Messrs Gurner and Gaskell, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
Fbiday, March 17,1882. (Before Messrs Ghirner and Gaskell, J.J.P \ .Police v R. Humpkbies—The defendant was charged on the information of P.C. Patrick Fitzpatrick, with unlawfully trading with and under cover of a Licence granted to one George Wood, and number 114, dated the 4th dav of April, 1881, not having his own real name inserted as the name of the person to whom the same was granted, contrary to clause Ifo. 15, of the Licensed Hawkers' Act of 1863. Mr James for defendant. Patrick Fitzpatrick, P.C., Kadina—From information received from Constable Finnea sey went and arrested the defendant yesterday about 4 o'clock. Found him in the White Lion Hotel. The goods composing two of the parcels now produced, were laid out on the table. Mrs Brown was looking at them. She said she might have purchased, only for this bether. Probably after it was over she* might purchase. Asked defendant if he . »licensed hawker. He said, Tes. Said name was Richard Humphries, telling me, at the same tim...
ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PEODUCE REPORT.—MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PEODUCEEEPORT.—Maech 16. - We'still experience a strong demand for all kinds of product?, and prices are fully main* - tained with -a substantial advance in bread etufld. . Wooii.r-r-The London sales are progressing very satisfactorily, notwithstanding tho dis turbed state .if the - political atmosphere. There is also a good demand here fdr all wool ' offering ; greasy sorts fetching from about 6d to.dd ; and ecouredj fcom Is to le8rd per lb., according to quality.' We regret tohearBueh bad accounts from the pastoral districts, but liopo.rain may soon come so as 'to save' the lambing.' Sheepskins—The supply is riot equal to the demand ■ wisll-saved skins bring from 2s 6d to 3s 3d cacb, orssy 4d to 6|d per lb. -Hides.—There ie no change in ralae, prices for net failed hides ranging from 3d * to 4d per lb. „ according to weight and qualify. . • r: Taixow.—This article maintains its value in Europe, and there is a gooddemarid here for all'lots "bro...
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, -March 14, 1882. . Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 2d. . - JEadina^rWlieat, 5s 1 Jd. * ... Mooiita-—Wheat, 5s ldi Green's PlainB Bast—Wheat, 5s. ^ Green's Plains West—Wheat, 5s.' Barunga Gap—Wheat, 4s ll^d, Snowtown—Wheat, 4s lid The following ore the'prices current for produce at Wdliaroo:— JFlour, £12 per ton, cash. Bran, 1b 3$d per bushel per tog. ,. Pollard, Is 4£d per bu'ehelperlon. Register Offiee^Thursday, March 16. The wheat., market remains steady, but ve hear of no transactions, and ;can pnly repeat former quotations of 5s 4d at Port Adelaide, and 5s 2d at Port Pirie. Flour is steady at £1112s 6d to £1115s for. ordinary, and £1210s for leading irands- iFifty tons Boacli's flour were disposed bf to-dayst£12 on wharf Part Adelaide.- Bran, Is 3d ; pollard, ls'3£d^ oats, 3s 3d to 3s 6d; barley, 3s 6d to. 4s,
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1862, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
Mkt iEaitargg €im&\ ' ,lyf; Aljfc AffipOySATURDAY^HASCfi'18, 1882,;-; Tjbe question "of feticmgin the Park Iiand*, which "was considered at1 tlie pitblipjneettnj; held in the Institute .Hal) list niglit, js one that demands; the' at-, -teotion of every ratepayer.. Of course, as Tirith all other flflbjecls, ttiere is a wide ' diversity of opinion existing. Some think thai sbecpute *11 oilier land- around the twnifl' oowrsold and enclosed that the paflc ^iid*; be •• left' open. There ■ are 6tbew« liowerer, - who consider that tltisis one of"tfae strongeat argamente in irad with "the"Sitter, ire ceiftai^ly hold. All who -have lived in WaUaroo lor any length ' of lime know that the cdritlnuai teaffic;oVor • unenclosed 4an3 gfiaaB|lly ^are^be surface Which adro^flot xi^ bemjg mown away by the '||rst Strong^ gale t&aifc is experiences. Jhe ibifn -itself affords an example of j the measures which have j been insisted on during the past j four years for fencing allotments -a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 18 March 1882
NOTICETO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will ie as fol lows:— , . Per .quarter in advance (postage' in ~ -3s. Do. - do; credit (postage ^ . n included) ••• 4s. ' Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month, ill each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. BEATON TESTIMONIAL. - > -• rf - J- i_ PRESENTATION by His Worship the M'tyor of'Wallaroo, at the Institute -HaH, on'TUtlKSDAY, March 23,1$S2. At : 7.30 p.tn! ' H. WABD, Hon. Sec.. Wallaroo, March 17.
PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS. Fort Darwin, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882
» . EortBarwin, Tuesday. ] The "fiegiBterV' *J>ec'urt ttJP0*1** with L^iiFaititArial narfar. . JgtQnwd I&^IU 1^0 Lissaville, and reports the sugar canes healthy. There are 250 acres planted and 50 acres of maize. The white ante have been overcome by lime being strewn across the planting. A dozen ponnds of sugar were manufactured in the presence of the party, Messrs Edwards and Beece, planters from Natal and Fiji, hare arrived from the Daly, and have inspected Gustan's and other plantations. Edwards considers it better than De Lissa's for sugar. JELeece fears that it is not strong enough, but says it is suitable for cotton. He intends to importune the Government to grant land for ^ cotton on similar con ditions to those under which Ouetan holds it, gauranteeing immediate plantation. A meeting was held in the evening and a bar que t given to the party by the Chinese. An address was presented bespeaking consideration and announcing their intention of settling permanently in ...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday. 8. a.m. I The inquest on Marshall's fire has been continued all day. Nothing was estab* lisbed bj the witnesses except that the fire undoubtedly broke out in the portion of the premises facing the back lane in the cutters room. The inquiry will be resumed to-morrow. At the Police Conrt, Paulina Ruger, single woman, was charged with having the sole charge of three illegitimate child ren, without obtaining a licence from the Destitute Board. It is the first case UUder the Destitute Persons' Act passed last year* It was shown t^at Ruger applied for a Licence but the application was not entertained. She has been paid fire shillings a week for one, and six shillings for each of the others. They yrfre seen by the mother every day in bed. The Cfourt dismissed the informa tion, not considering it sufficiently proved that defendant had sole charge. The Secbabites of the South Australian District held their Annual meeting to day. It was stated that the members ^ti...
PHOTOS MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882
PHOTOS MEAT. The mutton ex Protos that has been properly saved is of excellent quality, the size being suitable. Some carcases were misshapen and discoloured although, the machine worked well. It is said the fault is owing to the meat being exposed to the sua in the lighters whilst waiting shipment. If sound it would realize 7d per lb.