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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

POET ADELAIDE. Shipping. FROM! W^AMiAEOO. J & BPEITCER'S GULF 8TEAM * SHIP COY., LIMITED, - • ■— :— ' Dispatch tbeir Steamers as j under, when practicable :— j r FLINDERS, FOR POET AUGUSTA-^ StnfDAYMoRinifG j ■ at? ai*n. ' ' | ■ j C EMU, FOE PORT PIRDE— < Thukhday, V ot ? o'clock, j flaOYAL SHEPHERD,! PORT LINOLON^ Thumb at or Fbiday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ° TJipTDEBS, WsilfESJJ AI.; at 6 o'clock, '.■y.m/j FEANKLIN, S A TIT E D A "Yt at 6 o'clock, p.m. —o— t r.? i. atYa-to.^ ® ■ * tj FOR f BOYAL SHEPHERD J EJfcANKLIN } Awjsbnate Thtfesdax'sS HARBOR L - At 2 p.m. | rr=0 - . Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders token. All claimB for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hours of veeselV discharge; and none Willl^ admitted for' breakage, &c., anlees1ja|n<^*iy|wmtecL .out at time of diBcbaTge. ' All cargo is carriedjpy these steamers sub ject to the clauBets^ana exceptions onthe Coaqfirt^TdrmofBillof Lading The Spenc...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

- SAILED. Saturday, Jan. 7—Franklin, 8.8., 385 tons, Crocker, master, for PortAdelaide* Sunday, Jan. 8—Flinders, B.e, 278 tone, AndeK bod, master, for, Port Aqgaata.'| ~i %Ji Same Say—tnbra, e.b., '253 toSifi.'Crfeer, maetftr19 for Port Adelaide via. Moonta Bay: ■ , Tuesday, Jan. 9—Fleetwing, 45tons, WTfllimjKin, master, for Port Adelaide. <'■ ~ ' ' " Same dry—Yoacg Iiion, 45 tone, for Moonta Bay. Same aay—Saxon, 401 tons, 'Banker,master, for Kewcastle.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

S H I 1? PING NE Wgi. ARRIVED, Saturday. Jan. 7—FranVlin, fe.s., 395' tons. Crocker, maaier, from £*ort Angnsta. ' ■ ■ Sanday, Jan. 8-^Flinders, s.&.,27Ot0nB, Ander son. nmBter, from Port Adelaide. _ Same day—Lubra, 8.S., 224 tons, Creer, master, from Port Fine. ■ - * Same day—Yoang lion, 46 tons, from. Fort Ade-, laide via Port Victoria. . •. . -» Same day—Fleotwing, 45"tong. Wilji^misan.an&s ter, from Franklin Harbor. .r Monday, Jan. fl—Capella, 5® tone, Irersen, mas? ter, from Fort Adelaide.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. DISBELIEF IN THE PAPAL CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

Ii&TEST NEWS., EUEOPEAN; TELEGBAM3. DISBELIEF IN"THE PAPAI. CON GRESS. It- is disbelieved that Prince Bismarck intends summoning a congress ^repre sentative, of the various powers, with the object ofgaafanteeiag the independence of the Popie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

WANTED a &OOD GENERAL SER VANT ; Highest wages given ; refer ences required. Apply to T. PBICE, Green's Plains. POET AUGUSTA AND GOVERNMENT GUMS RAILWAY. ANTED PICK and SHOVEL MEN piece and day work, also men for ballast. HIGHEST WAGES GIVEN. Apply on works. "BARRY, BROOKS & ERASER, Oontrao.t>»rft. EDUCATION. REV. C. GOODENOUGH TAPLIN begs to announce that early in the new year he will be willing to receive a limited number of boys to be educated with his own sons, either as Boarders or Day Pupils. The course will be Classical and Mathematical, in addition to a sound Commercial Education. Terms: Moderate, to be had on application. [A Cabd.] ■ fcR. HUTCHISON, of Gawler, will com JLr mence the practice of his Profession in Kadina about the let January, 1882. A VACANCY for one or two RESPECT ABLE BOARDERS. Apply to Mb. J. SHARPLES, next door Oddfellows' Hall, Wallfaroo. VACANCY FOR BOARDERS. MRS E. OPTE having taken those large and commodious premises, lately in the ...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WAKEFIELD. FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 1882. (Before Messrs I. McMillan J.P., (Mayor) and Dr E. C. Haden J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

POLICE COURT—POET WAKEFIELD. JfBIDAT JANTJAHT 6, 1882. (Beforo Messrs I. McMillan J.P., (Major) and Dr E. C. Hadea J.P.) Jb'BEDEBicK BiGOi was charged with being on the premises of F. W. Landon for an unlawful purpose. F. W. Landon of the Terminus Hotel, examined by P. T. Dowling. Know prisoner by sight. He has been about liny place for the last two or three days. Ordered him away. Afterwards found him occupying a bed in my cottage. Then sent .for the Police Constable and gave him in charge, By prisoner—No, you never asked for a bed. Ebedebick Bagot was further charged with unlawfully ^resisting P. T. Dowling in tbe execution of his duty and also assaulting him. P. T. DowUng—Stated that a few minutes past eleven, Mr Landon called him in to arrest prisoner for being on bis premises for an unlawful purpose. Proceeded to arrest him, and when endeavouring to pat tbe twitches oa he immediately struck him on the face and also burst one of his fingers. F. W. Landon examined by P. T. Dowlin...

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RIFLE MATCH YORKE'S PENINSULA. NO. 1 COMPANY—CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

RIFLE MATCH TOEEE'S PENINSULA. NO, COMPANY—CUP MATCH. The first competition for the Cup presented by Dr James, to the YorkeV. Peuinsula Rifle Company No. 1, took place dti the Moonta range, on Saturday, January 7. The day was one of the most disagreeable that could be imagined, being fearfully hot with a north wind and clouds of dast, consequently, none of the scores were high. Corporal Telfers was successful in heading the list again, although closely pushed by four others.: Subjoined are the scores:— Yards—300 600 600 700 Ttl. Corp. Telfer... Lieut. Carson Priv. Bews ... Priy. J. Lord "Priv. Hague... 01. Sg. Buobjohn Priy. G-epp Priv. Lawrence Priv. Warn ... Priv. Beatton Priv. Opie ... Priv. Jones ... Priv. Q-- Lord Priv Daniels... 17 21 22 15 . 75 20 20 IS 15 73 20 22 12 18 72 16 20 16 19 7L 13 17 18 22 70 15 14 19 19 67 '9 21 13 22 65 17 17 12 18 64 12 22 16 12 62 14 17 21 6 58 7 20 14 16 57 11 13 16 9 49 12 IS 8 14 47 4 7 9 13 33

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

%\)t QSMlatoc Ctttwg. yo^T.i.ATinn WEDNESDAY, ^ANUAStYli, 1882 South , TVai.es lias found a f.feampiou iq_ the person. of Sir Saul SaraufJ, to defend, her against' the criticisms' that were indulged in last week by the Times*. - Geemajte'b condition at the present time is not a. pleasant biii©. She appears to be haying fob inanyv* irons iii the fire." This iKddfiid "to dis sensions in the camp, as shown by the Imperial rescript issued ^ to the B£ioiflirj, is not likely to lead to prosperity. The action takdr-ims been strongly condemned by the European Prates. ' ; -| The last -meeting of the -Clinton | District Councilwasof more than i ordinary" imp6rhmce.H * Besides thie question of a iv&ter supply j ^ ^ jjht fonrardprominently, another subject of great importance' c&rtamHundreds as District Councils, when a certain amount of land lias -been purchased, ,or-when settlement reaches a fixed limit. We can say little more than we have already said on the suBJecf-. It is o...

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PORT WAKEFIELD CORPORATION WEDNESDAY, January 4,1882 [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

POET. OTAKSFIELD COftPOEATIOlf Wednesday,-January ~4,1882 present—Councillors Wood, Moore, Johnstone, nnd the Town Clerk. I jThe Mayor elect, Mr I. McMillan, and Councillor? Haden^andHubble attended and baying taken the oath of allegiance, signed the declaration and took: their - respective seats. :The_.tninotes were read and" confirmed. ] Mayoh's Bepobt. iThe Mayor reported that the result of jtlne nominations were as foliowa, Mr I. McMillan, Mayor; Dr. E. C. Haden, Councillor for/North ward, and^Mr Geo. C,- HabbleOouocillor for West ward. " "'.I j - - "GOEEESBOITDEirCE. ^Communication received from Town GJerkt' Adelaide, and Commissioner of C*own Land?.: ITo'vn Clerk instructed to attend to same . l£i.'ter reeeired fron3 TMoonta Qjjjia tic^ asking the<)ounc?ltelcor{)i.fate wit'J^* tba;^ in endeat^ullfiQi^-to ^rocnre an alteration. in the fime t^Sd o^ +her_ Iforth. ; Line. ■ t*' V',.-? " : Town Clfrk wM^instrncte^ to write io,-' the Mpo&ta C«^oration, ?ay»^ tliia...

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CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. Satubday. Jan. 7.-1882. Present—Mr J. Barton, (Chairman), Crs Kain, Sawyerp, Polkinghorne, Pater- ] son and the Town Clerk. Ihe minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. COBBESPONDENCE. A letter was read from the Town Clerk, Moonta Corporation, notifying that a deputation would wait upon the Road Board Commissioners relative to the Clinton and Moonta road. A circular was received from the Super intending Surveyor, (Mr Jones), contain ing the proposed appropriation for the current year. Resolved tbat the Council join the -deputation in the matter of the Clinton road, and the Chairman to attend the meeting -at the same appropriation on behalf of the district. Mr Johnson, through his Overseer, asked the Council the reason bis sheep were not allowed to water at the Cocoanot Dams. Cr Sawyers as one of the Water Com mittee, was not aware tbat such was the case, bat it subsequently transpired there had been some little misunderstanding, as the Committee...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

TO COBBESEONDENTS. I A correspondent whose signature is unde cipherable, sends us a communication relative to Bomo bet about a three hours race, l>at as the mattec is not one of public interest it can only appear in our advertising columns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

NOTICE TO THE 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) ... ... - .> ■ Sb. Do. do. credit (postage . included) ... ... ... 4s. Single Copj—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in Advance if , paid during the first month in each quarter. . D. & A. F. TAYLOE. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan^4,1882.

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STUMP-JUMPERS AND WATER (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

STUMP-JUMPEiiS AND WATER! {TO TIT 17. EDITOB OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) • Sib,—Having read two letters in the " Wallaroo Times" signed Scubber," calling attention Co tbe desirability of a trial of stamp jumping implements, I am one who flunks the idea a good one, 'because" we read in the papers, *' Mr So aindSo, in the presence of eo many (friends nodoubt), had a trial which was n ost satisfactory.'' I look upon tbat as a kind 4>f advertisement on the cheap; but if those various implements are brought into competition, then those who require them can form a much better opinion of their various merits. Should such a trial take place, tbe fii$t thing to be considered is to have it as near as possible to the railway, and having spoken to Mr Faruell on the subject, that gentleman is quite agreeable to have it on his land, near tbe 16 mile eidmg. But, Mr Editor, there is another matter which should engage our attention equally as much as muliinising, that is, water- I think if a* good and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

MARRIED. : Poole—Wusour—On the 7th of January, at Newtown, by license, by the Hey. J, H. Williams, Charles Henry Poole, to Ellen Wilson. DEED.:: Pen&eixbt.—At Myrtle Cottage, Gladstone, on Saturday, Jan-. 7, of puerptpral. fever and jssarlatins, Caroline (Mao) Frances Gharlea WGFth Fengelley, the dearly belor«<r wife of i. S. J, Pengelley, of Gladstone, and"young est daagliter ofthe labe. FranciB Charles wort Ij Jackson of Myrtle^ ...Cqttage, Wallaroo. ' - • •

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SNOWTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

I SNOT^POWN B-AtnSS. f | Tfae following a.-etlio weights <>f the prln •" cipal events to be run at Snowtownoii ihs 25th instant.— gNOWTOWN HANDICAP. . - One .mile and a bait. - '.t . st. lb. G-. Chatfield'e br.li. Horror, (lateD.O.D.) aged. ... , 9 3 J. Hooper's blk.li. Supershtntiou, aged 9 0 S. Ferry's g.g, Bound-to, aged ... 8 10 "J. Herbert's b.g. Tocal, aged ... ... 8 8 B. Jones's b.m. Mayfly, aged 8 1 S. Ferry's b.m. Triplet, aged ... ... 8 7 J. Goode'e b.m. Mayfly, aged ... ... 8 7 M. Syan's br.g. Dutchman aged, .. . 8 5 M. Hayes'e g.g. Shamrock, aged ... 8 3 P. 'Callaghan's br.g. Tempest, aged ... 8 0 C.^Chappel's g.m. Flora, aged. 8 0 H. Beckley's br.ta. Koyal Blue, (late Ada) aged lyre. ... ... ... 7 8 G. E. Maslin's b.m. Barmaid, aged ... 7 7 H. Beckley'8 Ulleswater, 2 yrs. ... 7 0 StESFIiECHA.SE. Two miles. F. 0. Harslett's g.g. Tancred aged, ... 11 0 Low & Wood's b.g. Goldfish, aged ... 10 10 GK Chatfield'a "br.b. Horror (late D.O.D.) aged. ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

FOE FRANKLIN HABBOE. mHl s.8. EOYAI .JL SWKPHk-RTI will ■ leave WALLAROO for FRANKLIN HARBOB, on 1 THURSDAY, January 12, 1882. at 2~o'olock, H.H.WABD, Agent.

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YOUNG FOLKS. MURILLO'S MULATTO—A STORY OF A FAMOUS PAINTER. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

TfOIJNfi- 3T0LKS. MUBILLO'Sl MULATTO—a ST ORY ^ ^^OKJtTS'TXlNTEB. . .. ChaitSsb, II.»,V - As the months' ireAt by:yow#Sebasttan grew more and morfe 'wMr^bf liis bond age. True, It wasof i mild type- His duties were to keep the studio clean and tidy, and to attend to.aU thelittle odd services required byibeSignor Murillo and bis pupilsduriogthe paioting lessons. Stiil it was bondage. He, whose soul burned to portray on canvas the concep tions of his brain, must never become a painter, for he "was W slave bora. What right had be to dream of becoming an artist? And yet I could paint! he said over and over again in bitter,solil<wjuy. . I will 1 be added desperately one even ing, _ when he bad finished putting the studio in order as usual." It was nightfall, and, with lighted lamp in hand, ho was giving a last look round to see that all was right, when -his eye rested upon a spoiled canvas. Surely it would not be wrong, he rea soned, to use what they throw away; besides, I'll ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

MAITLAND INSTITUTE. THE FOUNDATION STONE of the above Institute, will be laid on MONDAY, JAN. 16, 1832, at 3 o'clock in tlie AFTERNOON, by Mbs SAMUEL SOGERS; the MINISTERS ot the CROWN and the MEMBERS for the DISTRICT, Messes ROSS, FUBNER and BEAGLRHOLE have been invited to be present. A grand procession of the various FRIENDLY SOCIETIES in the district will take place. A variety of 8POETS will be held during the afternoon. At 4 o'clock a LUNCHEON will be provided at PEARCE'S HOTEL. An ENTERTAINMENT will be held in the evening at CHAPPLE'S ASSEMBLY ROOMS. Doors open at 7-30, to commence at 8 o'clock. Admission: Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, Is. Proceeds in aid of the Institute. The Maitland Band has kindly promised to render appropriate music for the occa sion. COME AND SEE THE FOUNDATION STONE LAID. ROWING CLUB EOR WALLAROO. ALL those interested in forming a ROW ING CLUB at Wallaroo, are reques ted to meet at the GLOBE HOTEL, at 7.30 on SATURDAY NEXT, Jan. 7 J. GOSSE. WALLAROO INSTI...

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THE DIPHTHERIA PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

THE DIPHTHERIA PLANT. Some light was thrown upon the origin of diphtheria, in a lecture before the Academy of „ Natural Sciences, by Professor Horatio C. Wood, who gave the result df his re searches in connection with Dr. Henry P. Formad, involving the important discovery that this fatal and insidious disease is pro pagated by a miscroscopic plant, or fungi, existing iu human beings, especially in the mouth and throat, but lacking the power of reproduction until given increased vitality by those disordered conditions of the mucous membrane which attend sore throat when caused by cold. The —investiga tions were made at the instance of the National Board of Health and extended not-only to the phenomena attending the ordinary endemic diphtheria existing in Philadelphia, but to the most violent form occurring from time to time in different places. Dr. Formad visited an infected town on Lake Michigan, were one-third of all the children in a marshy district died of the epidemic, and broug...

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A MODERN "DOTHEBOYS HALL." [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 11 January 1882

A MODERN " DOTHEBOYS HALL," A moi'e atrocious scandal (says the " European Mail,*' has not lately been dragged to light than that connected with the St. Paul's Industrial School, in the East of London, concerning which a Special Committee of Inquiry has been sitting for some days at the offices of the School Board for London. The inquiry has brought out a string of harrowing and heartrending stories ' of systematic cruelty and cowardly tyranny exercised by officials.of thtt'schodi oyer the small boys placed under their charge, which cannot be read without burning indignation and shame, and it has also brought to light a record of failure in supervision and in spection which will certainly make the believers in the infallibility of School Bftards and School Board arrangements rub their eyes with astonishment. For the last five or six years there has been^no meeting of " managers" of tbe school, and although Mr Thomas Scrutton and - the Government Inspectors paid occasional .visits; t...

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