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

THE LATE DEPUTATION. (to THE EDITOE OF THE WAILABOO TIMES.) j JSjE-rln your last issue there is a statement feMnode which being contrary tp facts I -will ^Burak you to correct in your next. You tbore Utated that I was the person that applied to have section No. 23s, hundred of Tickera, set gside for a water reserve, which I did not I will thank yqp to learn from (he Survey Office who did make the' application, and inform the public through your paper. —I am | . &p. JAMES OEDS, ■- i' [We were informed, upon good .authority,.; that Mr Olds had been liubrainentai . in /getting the section withdrawn jroin^alejand ' .get J.part for a water reserve. 2$ut from what the m •* *. - - -

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo, j 1'ittte signal on the Government flagstatt' at i'ie tTarbour-Mastera residence the flag H, (white and:-ed,) will be hoisted to the mastA ..ead every Sunday morning of five to eight j'clock, Adelaide mean time, attd'tin the instant of eight o'clock, tlie.flag-will ^ ■corresponding to Greenwich mean time lt)li 45m 38 7s. After the time :*Haqal has bisein made the Union Jack will baJioisted. ^ 1.... Observer.

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

Shipping. ^feom wallaboo. ' 7 rrms spescee^s i iq- u lf j- steamship coy., limited; ^SJSSs^SSSP^Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— > . * ' -! • f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA-^ Scm>ayMobnin& at 7 a.m. ° r EMU, FOE POET PIRIE— ] Thuesdat, (.at 7 o'clqot •a.m." f °~~ LTJBRA, PORT LINCLON-J Thtjbsday "or FBiDJCY, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. o v': C FLINDERS; J WEJMTSSD JLT; : { at 5 o'eleck.-pirn. PORT ADELAIDE.—H — j FRANKLIN,' . j S ATTTBB A Xj " ■. ^ at 6 o'clock. p.m. FOg}t~~fr? -LTJBRA, FRANKLIN j AlteenXte Thubsd^s: HARBOR L At 2 p.m. . . . o——- . " -• Passage money must be paid before em: barkation. No' orders taken. ~ All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours ofTeesel's discharge; anH none will be■ admitted for breakage, &c., unless same ispointed^out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub-' ject to the clauses and exceptions • on ■ the Compere' form of Bill of LadingThe Spencer's Gulf Steam...

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

SAILED. . . Wednesday, March . 29—Flinders; s.s., 276, tons, i Anderson, master, for Port Adelaide". ' * Same day—Charles and Arthur, 170 tons, Begent, master,frosi SonLhport. , „. Thurs lay, March 30—Emu, b.b., 395 tons, Oreer, maswr, for Port Pirie. '! Same day—Imbra, s.s., 224 tons; ^Ezatt, master, for Franklin Harbor. II

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

Wednesday. March 29—Flinders, B.e., 2?5 tomSj Anderson; master, from°PnrtAttgnBts:" "--i Thursday, March SO— £mna s.s>, 393 toiiB Creer, master, from Port Adelaide, Same «iay—Labra, s.s., 224 :toris, Izafct, "master, from Fort Adelaide viaPort Irinoolnand Moonta Bay, ■ . ■ Same day—Phoonix, 340 tons, Ward, master, from Port, Adelaide. —

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POLICE COURT—MAITLAND. (Before E. Gower, S.M., H. G: Kelly, J.P., and Henry Lamshed, J.P.) FULL AND LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

POLICE CGUJB.T—MAITLA.N D. (Before E. Gower, S.M., H. <2-: Kelly, JJP., j and Henry Lamshed, J.P.) Fcxi a2jx) Limited Jubisdjction. •Ptttt.t.tts «. Pudnex, U.J.S., amount £20 2s. Mr Beare for plaintiff. Defendant did not appear. Order for the pmonnt claimed, to be paid within a week. 1 InAHSgED « McInhebney, amount £2 6s 2d.' hfr Lamshed here left the Bench. The Blaintiffbeing iissister-in-law. ^ Lucy jjai&jshed—Am in the baking and grocery business. -Supplied the defendant -with the goods. The account is correct. , - Verdict for amount claimed. ~p.*ttr v Shoet, Amount £3 6b exceseiTe damages. $Ir Beare for defendant. Patrick John Kain, farmer, Cunningham, sued the defendant for impounding 66 head of cattle. The fence was not able to resist cattle. The Bench asked if he had eubpoeaed . the - poundkeeper. The plaintiff said,—No he had served him with a notice on paying the damages, and stated he should take aotion at the next court held at Maitland. The Poundkeeper...

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. THURSDAY, 30th March, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S M., and D. Bews, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. Thuesdat, 30th Marsh, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S M., and D. Bews, J.P.) Thomas .Bennett was charged by Mary Hughes,-with assulting her daughter, Jane Hughes, at the Waliaroo Wells on the 27th iDBt., and pleaded not guilty. Jane Hughes—Know defendant. Saw him on Monday evening, 27th March. I was at the wells watering our cattle. I lowered the ■ bucket down. Thomas Bennett was standing in his dray. He jumped out and said, " out of this, to b s with you, I want my tank filled before yon water your cows " As he jumped out he struck me in the face. He made the mark now on my lip. He caught me by the arm the second time and hit me in the stomach, and said he would " break my neck down the well." He also struck me on the side with the bucket. My mouth and nose bled severely. Mary lF?ughes, mother of witness. Saw my daughteriwhen she came home on Monday ni ghtrNSlie was bleeding about the face, and j has black marks about the body. The marks were not the...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ait Fools' Day.—an eminferitr authority . gives the following particulars in connection with the tricks indulged in -oh the lst^of April :—The strange custom ; of pb'ser.ving April Fools' Day prevails ^hronghout fiarope. It can be traced farther back in Trance than either in England or G-ermany. One 'of the explanations of the custom is as follows :— •' In tlio middle ages scenes from biblical history was often represented by way of diversion without any feeling of impropriety . The scene in the life of Jesus, where he is sent from Pilate to Herod, and back again from Herod to Pilate, was represented in April, and may hare given occasion to the custom of sending on fruitless errands , and other tricks practised at this season. The - phrase of ' sendii.g a man <from Pilate / to Herod' is common in G-ermany to .signify . pending about unnecessarily. The reason of choosing the first of April for the, exhibition, of this scene was that the feasta of,Easter ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

BERTH. ;/■ ^ , 5; Qtjtnton.—On the.29th'1ffiarfiB, at 'the Roj^l.. Exchange Hotel, Kadina, tfcewifebTTV'. I. Quinton of a daughter. Both doisg well. .

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PUBLIC MEETING AT OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

PUBLIC MEETING AT OAKLANDS. . A weliUfittendedtneeting of farmers was held at Oaklanda, in the northern; portion of the hundred of Kadina, on Thursday being to urge upon ft|^v6rnnjent the necessity of sinking W?^iiige;sieserToir on section 23b, hundred.if ®^ejra, knd. to ventilate other matters of importance to the district. Mr Bews, who was present, was voted to tiie chair, and after briefly introducing the business, Mk Gukb moved the first resolution, " That in the opinion of this "meeting it is highly desirable and necessary that a~ large reservoir be constructed on section 23s,t hundred .of -Tickera." The ffiover £aid,he did not think a more suitable place could iie 'ib'und in the hundred of Tickera. (Hear, hear.) , It was central, and. would accommodate a Jarge number of farmers; and, furrier,there was a good run tdfcjt und the holding ground was ez^elmt^He thought ltwould meet the requlnm^^Bof a greater number than any other j^^paibed. ("Applause.) seconded. He was not aware t...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

Cljc ©fialiaroc Ctnws. WAt-LABOO. SATURDAY. APEIL 1,-1883, The proofs produced at the meeting of farmers Leld at Oa(elands on Thursday evening, points clearly to the necessity for liJtvit)£ a large reservoir excavated in the direction indicated, section 23s, 'hun-. dred of Ticl<era, and it*ilso showsthe wisdom of the Crown Jjsodsjydepartment. in netting-the land apart for a water' reserve. The road, as^was pointed "ioat: by Mr Jidyvean, will'be one of the: roaia lines from what nojr. prom fsesto "fee-^one. of the best agricultural districts ihtlie <-o?ony, and consequently we may fairly expect tilRt a large somber of teams trill l>e engaged in iiringing^wheat tp4 vKadina during the summer monthf.;.; who tiavc ever born on opr rMd8 ^t fthe time of llie year mentioned do not require - to fee toldtbat it is -iweeif^^'•!»▼«' 1wie4 -a.-. • A-a means of watering teams at the regular intervals. Besides this, tbe master of selectors that assembled in response to the...

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Regisier Office, Thursday, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

JBegisier Office, Thursday, March 30. The wheat market ie'lirm, and further sales are reported at 5s lOd afloat at Port Adelaide. Flour is in good demand, and sales of ordinary are being made at £12 19s, but holders bob ask a further advance of 5s per toil. We quote £13 5s to £13 10s for leading brands. Bran, Is 6d to Is 7d ; pollard, Is 6d ; oats, 3s 9d to 4s.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. j Jgallaroo Times Office, .jjfeb31fMhO0« ^lanh 31, 1882. ~~ - " MoKAU—■ *~t"75r" TSnowtown- vrTtfeal, 5s 3d. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 5s 3Jd. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s 2d. The following are-the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15a to £14 per ton.". Bran, Is 7d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 8d per bushel per ton.

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

NOTICE TO THE PITBLIC. To-day tlie WALLABOO TIDIES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as follows:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) — 3s. 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. F. TAYLOB; Times Office. Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1982..

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 1 April 1882

ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. Messrs Elder, Smith & Co. have, received a telegram from their London agent, dated March 28, advising sales of the following wools :—Paratoo, at 8fd ; Gum Creek, at llf J; Hughes Paddocks, 9&d; XII over Naming, 9J ; DC over Yongala, 11 ^d JB in diamond over G-.irra, 2Ld , Terlinga;10jd^ - AM CCV -35 at>-d O M in yawnllologiFnw^ Booicoorautra, 5ja—Uie mavket ebowing a decline to the extent, of £d per 1b.

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POLICE COURT—WALLAROO. MONDAY, April 3, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Mr Eneder Warmington J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

POLICE COUKT—WALLAEOO. Monday, April 3,1882. ("Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Mr Eneder Warmineton J.P.) Ellen Hughes, Jane Hughes and William Maherwere charged by Wilhelmina Winkler with assaulting her by throwing stones, at Wallaroo on the 2oth March All three defendants pleaded not guilty. Wilhelmina Winkler, wife of Andrew Winkler, know the three defendants. Saw them on the 25th of last month, between 4 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, I was cutting a bit of fire wood. Jane came on the fencc and called me an old robber and thief. I said Jane you must stop. ~ She tied a clothes line on mv fence, so I told her I would cut the line if she did not stop, but she did not, and then she " wired in with stones." Ellen stmck my little boy £Boy and stones produced, former with a bulged head]]. They were also sweating " like fun." By Jane Hughes—I cut the line. I had an axe. Albert Winkler, son of complaint, know defendants, saw them on Saturday jweek. I was in oar own yard. They ...

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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

KAXUNA. PIBST DOOTflS. SECOND INKINGS. Captain—C. 8. Mann. Umpire—Mr Bennett. Humphries b Wearoe 0 c and b Wearne ... 0 Snell b Hocking 16 c Hocking b Sanders 6 W. Davies b Wearne... 0 b Trembath 4 Edwards b Sanders 18 b Sanders 1 E.Daviesb flocking... 8 c Mitchell b Wearne 7 Andrews b Sanders ... 1 not oat 22M&yne b Hocking ... 3 c Sanders b Hocking 10 Wearne b Sanders ... 6 run oat ... ... ... 1 Stephens b Sanders ... 0 not out 2 Moriey b Sanders ... 0 b Sanders 1 Mann not oat 7 c Stephens b Hocking 11 Sanndries 2 Total, €1 One wicket to foil, 65 GraVid total—126.

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CRICKET. MOONTA MINES YOUNG AUSTRALIANS V, KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

CRICKET. Moonta Mines Young Australians • v, Kamka. ; The above clubs, which are without doubt the leading ones of the Peninsula, met again on Saturday last to try conclusions.. Tbe place chosen for the match was tbe Matta Flat. Tbe local club bad gone to some trouble in rolling the ground,thus rendering it as playable as it is possible to get a ground in this dry district. Tbe two clubs are about as closely matched as it is possible to be, for one bas never yet won a match " easily1' from tbe other. In almost every case the last man in bas had to decide the matter. The match on Saturday was quite as exciting as any: that have been played previously- The Kadina's had thirtythree to get when the time arrived for drawing the stumps, and only one wicket to fall, consequently it may be fairly said the match was in fayor of Moonta; although we may state that Andrews and Stephens got 20 runs during tbe last seven minutes that they were playing. The feature of the game was the batting of J...

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ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. I -Dr Gunson has been appointed a Director of the Australian. Widowe' Pond. Good rains hare fallen at Huddon, on the border of South Australia and Queensland. -At the Criminal Sessions to-day, before Justice Boucaut, "VPalter William Squares, 21, pleaded guilty to four charges of forgery, and was sentenced to 8 years.— John James Donaldson, 27, pleaded gmlty to three charges of. felony, and received 3 years and 9 months. In the case of James Sevellerdrov^/'irbaTged with embezzling two pounds five shillings ia connection with lie sale of a coir, which the evidence showed he reported, though he did not recollect the price obtained, Mr Boucant condemned the procution as discreditable.—Hcn. . Charles Mann, Q.C., Ciown Prosecutor, replied warmly—"This is the first time I bare been accused of having anything to do with discreditable prosecution." His Honor said he acquitted Mr Mann, bat not those who had pressed the prosecution. The prisoner was dischar...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne Tuesday. Captain Mitchell of Hobart, who piloted the Russian Admiral's vessel Afrika from Hobart _ to Melbourne emphatically denies the assertion of the " Age," that he was specially paid to take tfaat vessel to the Bay of Firea. He states they were detained there owing to stress of weather, but they never called at or sailed found any Island in the straits.

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