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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

WANTED WELL SINKERS.—Apply Mr J. CLARK, Draper; Kadina. DRAPERY 1 DRAPERY! DRAPERY! THOROUGHLY NEW ! SEASONABLE ! WELL SELECTED! FASHIONABLE! USEFUL! CHEAP! TO 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 that it is my intention to OPEN THE WINTER SEASON With a WELL-SELECTED SrOCK OP DRAPERY SUITABLE FOR THE COMING SEASON. Special care will he taken to give the beet value possible in BEADY-MADE CLOTHING, . DRESS GOODS, HATS, TRIMMINGS, FLANNELS, HOLLANDS, BLANKETS, &c. Note.—This being my first purchase of Drapery, the Stock fill be entirely new. JOHN BATH, OWEN TERRACE, WALLAROO. OPENING DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1882. NOTICE. J. M. ROSENBERG, WATCHMAKER akb JEWELLER, KADINA, BEGS to inform the Public that from now he is piepared to sell all his Goods, at 25 per cent, below former Prices; J. M. R. would respectfully point out that being now able to im...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

®ije ©HaUaiao dints. WALLABOO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1882, Mosquitoes and prickly beat are not by any means the greatest evils that, have beset the Minister of Education on bis tour. The latest development's a Chinese banquet, at which Mr Parsons has been almost bound to make promises which will prove the reyerse of comforting to his collegues. Surely some wily admirer of the *' Almond-eyed residents of the territory has been at the bottom of this. Mr Parsous need not feel astonished-If on his return he is placed in quarantine by the other members of the Ministry until be has got clear of his ideas of placing Mongolians on an equal footing with .Europeans. The Hon. the Commissioner of . Crown Lands has adopted a wise course in visiting the Peninsula at the present time, as it will give him a clearer idea of the true condition, of affairs than he could possibly have gleaned from either deputa tions or letters, The Government have #Jready carried but certain works for Immediate relief,...

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ARCHEBALD FORBES, THE ENGLISH WAR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

ARCHEBALD FORBES, THE ENGLISH WAR CORRESPONDENT. We bare received a pamphlet, being a reprint of a.n article by Kate Field which appeared in " Scribner'e Monthly" a short time since under the above heading. As Mr Forbes commences a lecturing tour of the Australian colonies in May next, we purpose to give some extracts from Miss Field's article in order to prepare the public of the Peninsula for giving a proper reception to one who in connection with war correspondence has truly earned the title of "The King of specials." If in addition to this the public require any further recom mendation we need only say that the lecturer is being ' shown round' by that ] now famous agent, Mr R. S. Sinytbe, which of itself is Sufficient guarantee that ! lt be something above the average order of things. The titles of . the five lectures are as follows:—Inner life of a war correspondent," " Kings and Princes 1 have met," " Warriors I have known,'' "The Armies of Europe," and " Lecturing experiences...

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A DANISH FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

A DANISH FARM. I am a Tyneside man, but have been in this country for years, and am at present my own landlord of a farm of 190 acres; and I cannot to this day understand bow we, with our poor soil, beat the English farmer oat of his own market. They keep pecking away at tbe landlords. Well, English farmers sbonld come over here and see how we do. The landlords do nothing for the tenants at all here, not ere a build tbe farms or give one half penny to tbe tenants, and still farmers do better here than in England. We would consider it a very bad job if, beside* living, we could not pat something by for a wet day. We have bad our land ques tion for some years back, exactly tbe same as what is going on in Ireland. Well, tbe question : was settled without one single band lifted against anybody. The Liberals wanted to compel the landr lords to sell, and brought a Bill into Far liament, but it did not pass. Now, what did the majority of the landlords do? They on their own account sold the...

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AMERICAN FARMS—NO FENCING [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

AMERICAN FARMS^IpJ'B^OfJSG Does it ever occur to oiir AustraJiau fanners tbatthey «&)ital in wortthM-co^Jtauiy^ie'''$onk\ without ? We lirar so»neone sajiii^r,/wliat, do without fencing our. holdings? the thing is quite pr^posterons," Bpt fro^n a short article which we append, it appears that in the 'great West,' where farming is carried out on a larger scale than; in any other part of the world, they can -do with-" out fences.—A correspondent of the 'Ohio Farmers* Journal' gives an enter taining account of hiis observations at the West. The eastern man who travels for the first time through theT 'great West, sees many things that strike him as 'queer.' I do not mean funny or ludicrous' but unexpected, different from what lie had imagined or supposed.. . One of the first queer things is that 'the West' is a very nard place to- find- In India people are selling out and 'going West.* In Illinois, Iowa, and .Wisconsin it lis the same. He hears the cattle men complain that they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. TfcTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That m the time for BURNING STUBBLE, &c.. is from 10 a.m. (0 6 o'clock p.m. from the 1st day of February, 1882. By. Order, JAS. WILLSHIRE. Clerk. WANTED—LOGS. FIFTY TONS of LOGS wanted at the Kurilia Mine, length not less than 10 feet nor more than 12 feet; diameter, at the email end, not leas than 9 inches THOS. ANTHONY & SON. February 20,1882. FOR SALE OB, TO LET, THE following Sections Hundred of Ninnes, No. 57, 85,86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, S9, 100, 102,106,115,133, 134 ; also Hundred of Tickera, 98, 112, 119, 120, 144 152,153,161,163 and 164. H. D. O'HALLORAN, LAM) AGENT, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. IMPORTANT TO THOSE LOOKING OUT FOR A GOOD FARM. FAP MS TO BE LET. fjnO BE LET, Farms of from 200 to 40Q or A 500 ncu? of the~ befit WHEAT OR OWIN G LA N D in the Colony,r situated • the Hundred of Ninnes, ou very easy term 3. . For particulars apply to • J D. BEWS, Wallaroo, or, A. P. TAYLOR, 3£adina. PAINTING, PAP...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 March 1882

DEATHS. BROADSTOCK.—At Kadina, on Saturday, March 18, 1882, James Broadstock, farmer, late of Green's Plains East. Aged 52 years. Brooke.—At Wallaroo, on Thursday, March 16, 1882, Susan Millicent, daughter James E. and Susan Brooke. Aged six months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

CLINTON DI6t3RicT COUNCIL. I^TOTICE IS BEBEBY GIVEN,. That ±11 the time for JBIIEWING STUBBLE, &c., is from 10 a.tr. lo 6 o'clock p.m. frpm the 1st flay of February, 1882. V ' - By Order, : JidS. WILLSHIRE. : . : " , cieit-.. WA2JTED—;LOOg. • Jilllf'X'Y TONS of LOGS wanted at the < • Kuri|Uv:Mini», Jepgth not leee 1hati 10 ! feotvor moretba.ul2 f.etsdiametc-, at the j small fend, notJeag than 9 inehos. ■satjuBra ivtisQ em oj [xoq puB 'J'aSna pa? ?oo,iaiou'B 'lowxg; ■boohq oq? ' »■- Bnonwdwd i<m&9 nj SafXjm Sq 'os nonB.iBde.Jd sjqtt g^vm avo vuooq pauomw J0jwd oijm esoqj, lOtMfxg aoooQ eqi jo Amtrenb aq» eg^ipw—i\« yg g; aoiiBatidgjid eqi jj 'owbw q noqee.ug ue^Mpuv jiuw ao'wibm uj ss^natai pM140800 ijoq vuStie jo ^wuBtib jbuwib b—dno isBj^eaq a ot lUjuoodB-Ba? v—! SNQMO&HICI •jsocUaqo 04} ouojMoqj si pas 'awatamoQ jo boooq peuaqojq? uoratnoo eq? jo q?3uo.i?s oqj ssuiii qojih bi veqiwew isanoq eqi at ijOBrao}s o}oot[ap ^eocusq? qjui oajBu...

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A WOMAN PERSONATING A NOBLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

A WOMAN PERSONATING A NOBLEMAN. A remarkable case of conspiracy in volving charges of forging the signatures of Her Majesty, the Prince of Wales, several nobleman, and the Lord Chief Justice is now being investigated at Birmingham. The . parties charged are Mary Jane Feariieaux and James Geth ing, a Biimingham' engineer,' and the charges are with obtaining by fraud £2.000 from Ed, Benyon, of Shelly Oak, near Birmingham, and for obtaining m the same way £3,000 from Mr Screen, the Brades, Oldbury; but there axe several other charges to be brought for ward. The male prisoner alleges that he is the dnpe of the female prisoner, and that she has ruined him and nearly all his relatives. The women who is the niece of a most distinguished provincical physician, took lodgings at the house of Mrs Drew, of Ashton, Birmingham, abont seven years since, and after.stayiug a short time, stated as a " secret which must not be divulged," that she was Lord Arthur Pelham Clinton, - who had only feigned ...

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PRINCE LEOPOLD'S MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

PRINCE LEOPOLD'S MARRIA.OE SETTLEMENT. . The House of Commons passed Prince Leopold's Marriage settlement to-day by S87 rotes against 42. Mr Healey In his address vioiensly attacked ^Royalty.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

-r— A.,,. L'.i,_ . . •• * '' -n * :V • "% ^ EUROPEAN TiBLEGRAMS London, March 23. Received, March 24,12.I5 p.m.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

• BXPOKTS; Per Xubrfl—for Arno Say.,, l'assengers—.six IieBron in the cabin. .Cargo—9 bags, 11 bags flonr A bagsbran, 13 pigs. Jfor-Pert JLinoola—Paefieo gera—Mr Blackmore, -Mrs- and {2} Hiss Thomp son's and Mra'Brown in ibfli-fca'biii. For tPort Adelaide—27 empties Milne & Co., 6 Smith, 6 Primrose &Co.;20 Baity & Horaf&tl, X piano Bower, a ingots «opper CrookeA Brobker. <

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PESENTATION TO MR JAMES BEATTON. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

PESENTaTION TQ MB JAMES BEATTOtf. Mr Beatton, who has for the past nineteen years filled with credit the position of post and telegraph master, at WalJaroo, but is afrout to be removed to Fort Augusta, *vas the the recipient of a handsome gold watch and guard, besides au address, on Thursday evening last, at the Institute Hall. There were over one hundred persons present and the procee dings were opened by Mr Plumstead, who kindly played some choice selections of music. The Match (Mr Bews) made the presentation, and before doing so said he could scarcely follow |tbe stereo typed style generally adopted on such occasions and say that it afforded him pleasure. It did nothing of the kind, for he regretted top deeply that they wgrg going, to lose their old friend. He did not intend to indulge in any lengthy remarks "by way of enumera ting Mr Beatton's good qualities, as he knew such a coarse would be highly dis tasteful to him. But he thought it h\it right on an occasion pf that kind, w...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

IMPOSTS." Ex Iiiibra—Fo'r"Wa!lar«o—5 Smith, 5 t^o-up.By 10 Barnee. 2fl BaJli,380rder. 6'Biirton. 3Trye,4 Crople??4J. and H; Heath. ,3 Chat^ld. l North andliaUan,^.Dwm^Co, 3 Bratowe, 8 BoIlmeyerTlO Xe*ifio, 12 Thomas. 6 Darke, 2 Graham, 10 Kichartiaon, 1 Bant, For Kadina—5 _ WaUaTO»MineB"83 Ha\l-"S_S®omb^ 6 ^sndeU..a XfiSbn. 3 Cook, 7,Baroett1 18T-H- Hall, 11 Hasel srove. 3 Brown. lBnrdon, 28 Horwood and Co., 5 * Williams^ IfTQnlnlon,' 22 Borlacer tM ^Rnle. 10 Blaoknev. l Tippett, 9 KnrUla Mine. For bnow town—25 Barrett. . For Moonta Jlinea 64.

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THE COMMISSIONER OF CROWN LANDS ON THE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

THE COMMISSION Jili oF CEOWN L^NDS ON THE PENINSULA. On Friday evening a deputation of farmers was introduced to the Commis sioner of Crown Lands, at Kadina, by the Mayorj - Mr . Christmas, to advocate the excavation of a large central reservoir at Wandilta Flat. ' lit Christmas, after referring to the steps that-had- already been taken in this matter, eaid he thought it well to bring a deputation of farmers to interview the Commissioner on the subject, seeing that objections had been offered to the scheme on the ground of its not being central. He was sure no place within twenty miles was so good as a catching ground or would suit the same number. Amongst those present were farmers from the Moonta road, Boor's Plains, the old Clare Road, and northwards from Peela Weela. Had the Commissioner arriyed I earlier the number present would have been doubled. . Mb Jenkins a farmer was glad to be present to testify to the suitableness of the place mentioned. In answer to Commissioner—Live t...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOR. CharUto and Arthfrr, from Soutnport.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

A Repid Cube toe Coed. —The following from the \British Medical Journal will be read • with interest bj Australians :—JR. Eudolphi reports, in the Gazetta Medica Italians, • the following observation made on himself. Being seized with a severe coryza, he happened to chew one or two twigs of the eucalyptus, at the same time swallowing the saliva secreted, which had a bitter and aromatic flavor. To his surprise, he found that, in the course of half an hour, the usual eatarrah had disappeared. Some days later, he was seized with another attack from a fresh exposure to cold, when the same treat ment'was followed by an equally fortunate result- then prescribed' the remedy to sevaral Of his patients, all of whom were benefitted in the same way. He believes that this treatment i? Quly suitable in acute caseg. _ ■ YOBKE'S PENINSULA; ANN4JAL RACES, 1882.. - ■ / A MEETING of STEWARDS and COM MITTEE will b& beld in con nection with the above RACES for the transaction of general busines...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. HoaphoroB, barqae.from Newcastle. Verulam, from ^Newcastle. KalaKome, from Newcastle. J. h. Hall, from'Newcastle. Royal Shepherd, s^.frpmPort Adelaide. Franklin, s.s., from j&rt Adelaide. Lubra, s.8., from FWfc^Adelaide.. Emu, B.S., from PortTine. Flinders, tJ.s.jYrom Port Aognsta. .

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. THURSDAY, March 23, 1882. (Before Messrs Gurnet and Gaskell, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

POLICE COURT—KADINA. Thub^day, March 23, 1882. (Before Messrs Gurnet and Gaskell, J.J.P.) Fbed Hakcqce was charged on the in formation of Patrick Fitzpatrick with using insulting language and indecent behavior towards one named Alice Smith, on the evening of the 21st Jan. 1§§3 After bearing the evidence, the Bench stated that as there seemeu to be some doubt as to the identity of the defendant it was agreed that they would dismiss the case.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

1 weather. Wednesday,', March'22—Wind, variame, warm, Bar. 30*15. • • Thursday, March 23—Wind, North, very warm Bar. 30-00. ' ' Friday, March 24—Wind, North, warm, threat mng rata, Bar. 28"95. * '

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