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INQUEST AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

INQUEST AT WALLAEOO. Ah inquest was held at Wallaroo on Tuesday, morning, by Mr Bews, J.P., to inquire into 'Be circumstances connected with a fire which occurred on tbe premises of Mi Robert WilUhire, on tbe Kadina and Wallaroo road, on Monday morning iaat. A jury of twelve wes empannelled, of which Air S. Cropley was chosen fore man. Mr Willshire, Mt Biggs, Mr« fcLamence and M. G. BUholz were ex amined, but as the witnesses were ordered oat, and the inquest has been adjourned, we hold over the evidence until the con* elusion of the inqaest. At present tlie whole affair is veiled in mystery. The house has not been occu pied by Mr Willshire for some time, tie was there, however, on Saturday inarping for a short time effecting some repairs Co the guttering, wben everything was ia perfect ordei. The doors were locked, and all the windows fastened. k It is evident, therefore, that more tb$q one person has been engaged iq thgjfl the attempt to fire the premises. Iny$h®f centre of each r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

NOTICE 10 TEE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) Ss. Do. do. credit (postage included) ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. E. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PBODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

ELDER, SMITH & (Vs. - ADELAIDE PBODUCE EE PORT. Messrs Elder, Smith & Co'e■ Adelaide Pro duce Report, dated March 23, is aB foUomsT —There is still an active demand for nearly all fcOrts of produce, and rallies are ereneralij well sustained. Wool—The river flood now having reached Morgan, considerable quanti ties of wool are available for sale and ship ir;ent. Advices from London are encouraging, the following being our latest private tele graphic quotations :—Linklater, lOd per lb ; Markaranka, 1 Od ; Boolcdomatta, SJd ; M*~-1 pina,7fd: P. Maurice, lid ; PMKconjoined, ; Putiyejroo, 10,1; KjIca^gSd , Ouliu'na. ' ttt^unre \bt. MchOse), llfd •' IL, AViir.—IS. 3l.< -j -Pn ru too, , "" i 'jJ ; Paratoo Lamh?, 8^d ; DS Is; Terlinga, Is ; Ned's Corner, lOia ; Hummocks, lid ; filoinba, 9d per lb. We quote greasy wool at from 6d -to 9Jd per lb., rnd scoured sorts from Is to Is 9d, accord ing to qualifr. Sheepskins.—There is active competition, and full rates are ob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

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COURT OF REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

COUiiL' OF liEVlSION. XLetdBKiJfG- Officer for the District, Mr; | J. B. Siiepberdson, Esq., S.M., held a j Court of Kerision at the Wallaroo Court i House on Monday, 27th March. For the; | Legislative Council, sjx transfers were j made, and six names were struck off. For; the House of Assembly, one transfer was .j received, one issued, and thirteen were j struck off 1 1 The following are the details :— LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Name of Poll ing Place. > S- ' £ 53 p. §JJ *11 'Sox — £ III "E u « ® ^ © ccs S rs £ £ SG ta c "o c X (4 ll(§ ic™t Aallaroo 231 1 230 il'iouta, 3il 3 333 Kfidiua 302 302 Elitliburgh... 137 3 1 133 GieensPlaias 112 112 Kulpara 44 4i Haitian 1 168 16$ Kaikabury ... 38 38 Aidrossan ... 10.) i 9B YorUe Town.. 1C9 2 1 100 Mm^aton 152 152 Warooka 74 7i Poi t Victoria 65 65 Currainulka... 91 91 Stan .-l>ury ... t>5 65 Tutals, 2089 6 6 3'>77 HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY a -y. 3 ® o n~ ?52 "5 s- a e o Same of Poll 5 >■ -S S *?■¥■ ing Place. w.fS > o "3 — 5 Sf rm 0 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

PAINTpWJ, PAjPjSpjIANGING, &c. Wwabd begs to Inform the public of • Kadina and the neighbourhood, that he is prepared to do all sorts of Work in House end Carriage Fainting &c. Orders may be left at Mr 33. Juliff's, Taylor Street, Eadina, until further notice. w. WARD, house AND carriage PAINTER, decorator, &c. Tatjxob-Steeet, Kidjna. A household NECESSITY. ONE SHIL1ING SPENT WILL SAVE POUNDS. \m7ith my SOLDERING PREPARA w » TION everyone can solder hie leaky tinware over a randle, and with my Stickfbst Cement repair Lis broken Crockery, Glass and all other goods. Ask your Storekeeper for these. ALWTN it3cher, O'CONNELL ST., north ADELAIDE. clinton PISTBICT 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 day of February, 1882. By Order, JAS. WILLS HIRE. Clerk. WANTED—LOGS. X^IFTY TONS of LOGS wanted at the JD. JLuriila Mine, length not less Ihm 10 feet nor more than I2 f«et; diame...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

Cije Wallaroo Ciims. WALLA.BOO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1882, Innovations are being introduced so frequently in £be matter of agricultural machinery thai one begins to wonder where it will end. But to tboee who bare made 8 study of farming in ibe 8 j)oi>y the unpleasant fact is patent that ninety per cent, of the new inventions, while for the time being they prove labor saving, actually they are the means by which inexperienced men are per pet uating a careless atid slovenly system of terming which must sooner or later terminate in disaster. The latest ideja. is an eight-furrow plough that is managed by a boy and wrought by means of four horses. is tbe thing reasonable ? Will anyone who knows anything about ploughing come forward and say that four horses are equal to the draught necessary in displacing eight-furrows, if the land is opened up as it should be? The thing is monstrous ; and the sooner faimers endeavour to plough theif laud will be for them. Por if«accesa <lep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, &c. WWABD begs to inform the public of • Kadina end the neighbourhood, that he is prepared to do all sorts of Work in House and Carriage Painting &c. Orders may be left at Mr I. JuhfTe, Tnylor Street, Kadina, until further notice. W. WARD, HOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. DECORATOR, &c. Tatmb-Steeet, Kadina. A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. ONE SHILLING SPENT WILL SAVE POUNDS. V\71TH my SOLDEKING PREPARA- j » ▼ TION everyone can solder hie lenfey | tinware over a candle, and with my Stickfust j Cement repair his broken Crockery, Glass and all other goods. j Ask your Storekeeper for these. ALWXN FISCHER, O'CONNELL ST., NORTH ADELAIDE, CLINTON PISTBICT 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 let day of Febrnavy, 1882. By Order, JAS. WILLS HIRE. Clerk. WANTED—LOGS. FIFTY TONS of LOGS wanted at the Kuril's Mine, length not less than 10 feet nor more than 12 feet; dinnutc«...

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UNEXPECTED RESULT OF A DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

UNEXPECTED EESULT OF A DRAMA. The attempt tocombme the Sunday; School and the theatre is always a doubtfid experiment. The SFew York Times'' says.*—'"Great things were expected, unreasinably of course, by the , congregation of the Wiiliston Congregational Cburcb, in regard to the represeotatloD of the Scriptural play o< 'Elisha,' last Monday night. The play was written by the SundaySchool enper-J intendent's wife, who waB a clever woman of bo little literary skill, and the jwBtor , and members of the Prudential Committee who heard it read, were greatly impressed with itsmerits. The lecture room, with a temporary stage and a reiTdrop curtain, made a neat little theatre, which was crowded half an hour before the performance began. The. curtain rose upon a scene representing a shady 'valley, with a high hill in thebackground.Tipwhich a practicable and yery steep roadjran On each aide of the stage,, was a. dense forest of ten or twelve trees, and a country tavern, with the si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

PfiESBYTEEI AN CHURCH, WALLAROO. SPECIAL SERVICES will be held in the Presbyterian Church, on SUNDAY, April 9, when the REV. E. RORKE, B.A., Adelaide, will preach in the morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at balf*past 6 o'clock. A Collection at. each service in aid of the Church funds. In connection with the above on WEDNESDAY there will be sale of the goods left over at last Bazaar, at greatly reduced prices, alBO a PUBLIC TEA at 6 o'clock and a CONCERT at 8 o'clock. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock, p.m. Admission to 8ale, Tea, and Concert, Is 6d. J. W. JONES, Secretary. fflHE UNDERSIGNED has a large amount 1 of MONEY to LEND in sums of from £100 to £2,000 at LOW RATES on good Freehold Securities in !$own or Country. Money advanced on approved Se.ections, and Selections paid for when duePersons assisted to Build in Town or Country. All business under the Real Property Act transacted. A. MACGEOBGE, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND FINANCIAL AGENT, MELVIN CHAMBERRS, KING WILLIAM-STREET....

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THE PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

I THE PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE 33DITOB OF THE WAI1ABOO TIMES). Sib,—-Referring to the letter signed' Pater' in your issue of the 29th inst., if he will kindly Bend mo the tuan who can make 180 loaves, that is 360 lbs. bread out of 209 lbs. of Sour, I will gladly pay him £20 (twenty pounds) per week and give him. constant employment* and if the aforesaid Pater, or any one else, is anxious to start an opposition establishment, he can have my premises and plant in full working order, with a good connection, at a moderate price. Having made such enormous profits hitherto I am quite prepared to retire (from Wallaroo). With regard to. Pater's estimate of profit he seems to hare forgotten the small items of horse feed, firewood, water, yeast, house rent, taxes, wages, wear and tear, &c., &o. Pater's letter altogether is really too absurd, and only that there may be a few people who are equally ignorant it would not be worth noticing. The next time Pater rashes into print I h...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

IMPORTS. \ . Er Lubrs, for Wallaroo—2Darke, 5 Cropley, 11 Bristowe. 8 Bollmeyer, 9 Barton, 3 Stephens, 6 .Smith, 26 Uavies & Co., 3 Hospital, 2 Richardson, 2 Oliphant, 2 Trye, X Birks, 1 Chatfield, 37 May, 2 Gosse, 10 Keeling, 8 Iievido, 16 Bath, 23Fooke, 2 Thomas, 29 North & Haraian, 7 Oo-Op. Sy. JTor Kadina—S Brown, 18 J.* Hall, 14 -VtriHiams>'5 Qainton, 1 Borden, 91 Wallaroo Mines,, 13 Cook, 3 Anson, 15 Harris & Dawe, 6 HaU,'18 Burnett, S Bale, 1 Martin, 3Blackney, 1 Wyatt,36 Borlace, 1 Haselgrove, 3 Tregloan, 8 Rod da. - . -

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PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

PRICE OF BREAD. (TO TEE EJDITOB OF THE WAILABOO TIMES) Sm,—In your issue of the 29th ult. I observed a letter signed by * Pater3 on tbe price of bread. He eays he has learnt from good authority that one bag of flour «ill produce 180 loaves of bread. May I tell you, * Pater,' that one bag of-L flour will not produce 180 loaves of bread, but only from 130 to 140, and if a baker that has to keep 7 or 8 horses, carts, &c., and besides other and some very heavy expenses {of which the haters in the colony will confirm my statement) could get £1 17b to £2 profit, he might think himself in a very good position. I would advise * Pater,* as he is so well informed on the cost and profits of a bag of flour to look at the other side of the matter, and ask bis informer what retnrnB he will h&ve from this bag of flour after it is reduced to bread, delivered, and all expenses paid i and if such is the case, that profits like this retnrn from a single bag of flour. I think there is a...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

EXPOttTS. : . i ; Per Lubra—Sundries.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 7.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKRAMS. I Friday, 7*45 p.m. Mr H. H. Thomas, Manager Union Bank at Port Adelaide, and Mr E. K. Horn are dead. One hundred subdivided Hamley shares have been sold at five pounds. Barber, Forsyth, Hicks,Dr Morison and Du Barry were charged,at the Police Court | to-day, with conspiring to defraud the j Australian Alliance Insurance Company of fire thousand pounds, in connection with a policy on the life of Weatherhead. Mr J. H. Syrnon, opening the case, said, it would be proved by a confidential j statement by Weatherhead, witnessed by | Morison, dated September 23rd, 1881, and the examination of Weatherhead by Morison bore same date, that besides receiving a guinea from the Company, Morison received a cheque for twenty five pounds from Forsyth, given by Barker, September 23rd. Forsyth gave Barker a cheque for £60, and then he gave a cheque for £25 which was taken to Glenelg and changed at the Jetty Hotel, the landlord, Mr Bictford, giving a cheque of his own and the balan...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

VESSELS IN-HABBOE. • - . .;i-s • J. L. Hall, from Newcastle. t _ . Phosnix, from Newcastle. .

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PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS. (Per "Register's" Special Correspondent) Port Darwin, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

PROVINCIAL TELEGRAMS. (Per"[Register's" Special Correspondent ) Port Darwin. March SO. ; Have finished inspecting plantations. Bice has been sown. Peanuts are most successful, and the maize has luxuriant cobs,but is iaterferred with by caterpillars. The appearance of the sugar-cane is generally discouraging, except in the Government gardens- The cane heads have to be conveyed long distances, causing delay before planting. The j industry will never have a fair trial until planters plant from their own nurseries, except perhaps the country near Palnaerston. A large sugar mill is soon to be erected at West Point.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

VT5SSVXS EXPEGTED. Kalahome^from Newcastle. Veruln.m,from Newcastle. ' Bosphoras, barque.from 'Newcastle.,: Royal Shepherd, 8.B., from Port .Adelaide, Franklin, 8.8., from ]?ott Adelaide. Iiubra, 8.8., from Poit Adelaide. ■ -■<, Emu, 8.8., from Port Pixie. - , Flinders, s.a-i from Port Angosta. • '

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LATEST NEWS. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

■Latest njswh. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. . f* ■ ■ - i ■ i Melbourne, Friday. Great anxiety is felt for the gaiety of Loch Marie, bound from Geelong to London. She is out 150 days, and the latest intelligence received was from the -captain of a vessel that was in company with her oi| Kent's "Groupe in October. The vessels parted in a heavy gale. It is feared, the Loch Marie is wrecked amongst some of the dangerous islands.It is suggested to send a steamer in j search. The Victorian Alliance, a new temperance body, has resolved to bring under the j notice of Parliament the inadvisability of j employing women as barmaids, and it is I desired to obtain Legislative restriction against the practice.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

weather. : . - : Wednesday, March 29-rWmd,S.W.,moa. clouay,Bar. 3010. ; Thursday, March 31—Wind, S.W., light See, Bar. 30 20. " - . Friday,-. March 31—Wind, .B.W.,-- light fine, o-- sn-5M>. •.' / "

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