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ENTRIES. MAIDELS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

E TS T E I E S. I Maedels. JDunn'e Robert the Deyil. Herbert's Emblem. Tait's'Surrey. Williauis' Fair Nell. Beckraatj'a Pure Silver. "Bromley's Barrister. Cowan's Wallaroo.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

;dr«« . rime in a wajJ'^Jf to~ ipspiM^t^ ..jwiiii^-i^.jl^^of returp^ once' diore io itie d&y*^of regaisi^apd, tubslaotul there ia little ddbli^ tisA m&*%e %'%/! -*jS&edvfor jyiie fcuMcn/' an$Tg^»e<pent|y nuffiWiiill j^adual|5^ea^<^^^^"p'radncing iCop<* |«r tA a loirer jprice, m fact It u apparent done, seeing jP|fe< t^: ^ic^jr<fc^^^^o^r ybb?than it was.: number ^^p^largeiriaines werV: addition t<j the being "able to -adapt our selves to surrounding circumstances, ther< laqnathor ^Ahing- -which -ia-favourqble k. prosperity injniiiing, and that is the large works that are being carried on in England: iT-is—an-- established - -faetr "rtiar -when iradeis'brisk at'iiome a fair price ^obtain? for copper, and.it is. a long tioit | sintSe ^feere .was signs of-such prosperity : in Eiiglsnd as are shown at. present in , the" extraordinary number of. pri vatej^ris^which are; to come under the n...

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A PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY FOR KADINA. (TO THE EDITOR OF TEE WALLAROO TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

A PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY FOR KADINA. 1 (to the editor op the WAlliBOO times). Sir,—I should have replied to the statements in the issue of your paper of the 29th ult., but I was away from home at the time. I take the earliest opportunity of doing bo , because you misrepresent me, and your statements are calculated to mislead the public. As for your opinion of my action in the above matter of carrying out what I coneider by far the best thing for the district, I can well afford to allow you to enjoy it without wishing to discuss it further, as you will remember that it was the" opinion of a public meeting, legitimately called and numerously attended, but regarded by you, I suppose, as one of the dodges resorted to by me to secure a reservoir at Wandilta for Eadina. You grossly misrepresent me in your leader, and consequently are calculated to mislead the public; for instance, you say the Mayor thinks 3.000.000 gallons within a radius of nine miles is not ¥qual to a reservoir pear Kad...

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FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

Fitting Handicap. Three quarters Mile. st. lb." T. Herbert's b.g. Tocal aged 7 lii B. Sbatt's b.m. Rita, 4 years. ... 8 12

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PRICE OF BREAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

PRICE OF BREaD. {TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAitABOO TIMES.) 1 SlB—To use a vulgarism I feel" squenched" after the force that has come forward in " battle array" against me. Yet I must at the same time feel honoured, as ordinary mortals of the present day did not seem equal to the task alone—they must needs call in the aBBiBtance of a philosopher who lived long before the Christian er^, even Diogenese. But I should like to know which of the individuals heaving that name has been disturbed in order to assist our unfortunate bakers in the " day of their affliction," for it must be remembered that one of that ilk had to leave his native country for coining money. Now, such an one as this could hardly be accepted as an authority on any subject where a question of right and wrong was under consideration. But I think my opponents generally have been unfortunate in their selection of cognomens. For {instance, one says hehaB " served his time." Where, I would ask, has this besn done. Is it where ...

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YORKE'8 PENINSULA ANNUAL RACES, 1882. ACCEPTANCES. YORKE'S PENINSULA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

YOBKE'8 PENINSULA 'ANNUAL &ACES, 1882. ACCEPTANCES. Yoeee's Peninsula Handicap. One and 4 half miles. et lb . T. ^Herbert's b.g. ToeaJ, aged ,.t 8 10 J. Tail's ch.g. JSurrey aged 8 12 P. TTnyes' g.g. Shamrock aged. ... 8 6 Gr. Ohatfield's b.r. Horror aged. ... 9 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

i| W O M B A T S. W' ANTED some LIVE WOMBATS, voung ones preferred. ! EBNEST W. MINCHIN, i ■ ■ ■ c ■' ' National Bank, Kadina. WANTED a GOOD MILLINER. One Accustomed to the Counter pre>. ferred.—Apply to B. £. WALTERS. Draper Graves Street; Kadina. WASTED at Once TWO GOOD, SOUND RELIABLE DSAU&HT HORSES, must not be more than six jrears old, Apply, Wednesday afternoon, April 5, or Saturday, April 8, to THOMAS JONES, Wallaroo Mines. WANTED a BOY ACCUSTOMED to to Farm Work. Apply to T. C. BLEAKLEY. Kadina. WANTED SMART BOYS to deliver Papers in Kadina and Wallaroo Mines. Apply Office of this Paper, Kadina. EASTER MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS. IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, KADINA. THE WALLAROO MINES GLEE CLUB, AND CHRISTY MINSTRELS, WILL Appear in the above HALL on Monday and Tuesday Evenings, April 10th and 11th, in a • NEW and VERSATILE PROGRAMME. The proceeds of the Entertainment ;«n the Tuesday evening will be in aid of Widow Moore, of the Matta. S For further 'particulars see ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

PRESBYTERIAN CHUfiCE, > 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 id the evening at half-past 6 o'clock. The Rey. T. Kyte of Kadina will address the Sunday School in the afternoon at 2 o'clock ; parents und friends are invited to attend. A Collection at «ach service in aid t>f the Church funds. Is connection - with the - above -on WEDNESDAY there will be sale of the goods left over at last Bazaar, at greatly 1 reduced prices, also a PUBLIC TEA at £ past 5 o'clock and a CONCERT at 8 o'clock. Sale-to commence at 3 o'clock, p.-m. Admission to Sale, Tea, and Concert, Is 6d. J. W. JONES, Secretary. CLEANING OUT DAM AT PEEL A WEELA, HUNDRED OF TICKERA. , Surveyor General's Office, Adelaide, March 29,1882. TENDERS will be received at this Office until TUESDAY, April 13, 1882, for CLEANING OUT the DAM on Section 52, ; Hundred of Tickera. Plan and specific...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

painting, papebhanoin^ &c. | TS7 WARD brgs iv inform the public of ▼ ▼ • Kadiua and iiie iieighbo'urboodj f>at lie is prepared to ilo iill sorteof Wort in House end Carriage Painting Ac."' Orders may be left at Mr E. JaltfTa, Taylor Street, JKadino'.untH iurtber' notice. W. WARD, house: and carriage painter,; DECORATOR, &c.* ' TATI^B-STBEEX, SjLDlju. .. v \ ONE SHILLING SPMW,WZLL .SAVE \ . POCNBS. w THS71TH my SOLDEIimG PREPARA* 7 TION-eirer^ori^ can 8oldCT,bre~ipjrity tinware over a candle, and with iny Stickfa6t Cement repair,his £ro]Na Cnjckerj;, Glasg end all other goods. ^ Afci yoarStorekeeper for these. ■ ALWIN FISCHER,' O' COITffB L ST. s NORTH^ ADELAIDE. CLINTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. IKTOITCE IS HEREBY tHVEN, That thetimeiorBUasIKaSTUBBLE, &c., is from 1.0 a.m. to 6 o'clock p.iii; ■ "from legist tiayof Febroary/1682. ;" ■ 33^ Onfer, ^ • X*JFTY TONS of -R- -i£K»i]l«- flwDf^DF. feetnor'more''th'an* i'Z"; email end3ti(5t less i h ian 9 inpjice.*' "JT,: i:...

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THE FARM THE FARMER'S RELATION TO SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

THE FARM'; : j ir:? r* mmmtm. -iT'imu ST W. H- JfOHIuif,^RaO£B3SOE OF.-AGBXCUX., TUBE, sfirfc' AWHIClTCTpElIiT COJ'lEO® PfiKS8fr.VAKiir „ . -■ - ' It or teacher of agrjc.ultiyal_ science is asked by a farmer to"s.ftjfe>5n^'j*hat he should dowith hifi ifnd or animals, in order that pro&tablo 4 ^results 1£bese requests.are often, not so'much a cal! for. informationas they .ar£>ii ^expressed d esireto obtain arule, recipe or formula, that shall be an in fallible guide to all futMr©!operationB. A truetee -of an ■ agri-" cultural college once said -to-ih® professor of agriculture - " What we wishyoutb do is to tell us j ustwhatjrce.must pat on our '.:fwA?$&£Mlei' tbajt* *e may get big crops." meaninef that there muBt be some way, known or unknown," by which all soils oauld be made pro&iictive tos thedesired extent. . . «Many, farmer? seem to be living in the. expectation that-a series of facts .are to,be ; discovered and -a!coSe ofTules' formulatedi '■* that...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 5 April 1882

Marriage: CLOUD—DUNCAN.—On the 21st February, at St. David's, Swansea, by the Very Rev. Canon Wilson, V.G., O.S.B., Thomas Charles Cloud, A.R.S.M. and C., of Wallaroo, South Australia, to Ada Lindsay, eldest daughter of W. E. Duncan, Esq., of Maes-y-dderwen, South Wales.

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DER SHMALL YOUNG BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

. DEE : ] So help me graciousl ieferj^Jay,^ I laagh me wild to isee der vay My shmall yoang baby dry to play— Dat fanny lettle baby J ; When I loot on dheni ieetie -foeB, Undsawdat funnyleetle «ose! ' Und heard der jay dot Tooster crows, I shmile 3ike I vasgrazy. .~l ' Und when I heard der real nice Toy Diic-m beoples to toy wife they say; " More like hie father* efery day 1" I was so proud like blazes Sometimes dhcre comes a little ehquall-* Dot's when the viady vind trill crawl Sight in its leetle shtomach shmall;— Dot's too bad for der baby Dot makes hita sing at night so shweet, Und garcboric he muet eat, Und I must chump slipiy on my feet, To help dot leetle baby. He bulie my nose and licks my hair, Und gravis me oferefeiy where, Und ehlobbers me—bnt what ! care! Dot was my shmall yoang "baby ! Aronnt my head dot leetle srm Vas shqueezing me so nice and varm? Oh ! may dhere never coom some harm To Dot shmall leetle baby! Und vhen him get yon leetle cold, And cough so hard like ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

NOTICE. ON behalf of the Kadina School I beg to thank th« Chairman o.f th9 Board of Advice, Mr jas. Malcolm, J.P., for his liberality in defraying the expense of conveying the children from the above school to Wallaroo on tbo occasion of the Swimming Matches. S. Gt. SULLIVAN, Head Teacher. Eadina, April 7,1882. Found a sum; of money in one of the Business premises in Wallaroo. Apply office of this paper. jjlor sale,— ONE ROAN MARE, Dolly, aged, fit for any Wort. guaranteed Sound and Staunch.—Price £12. Apply W. H. LETHEBY, Wallaroo. Mr A. J Huel, Surgeon Hontiat, has arrived from London with all the later improvements in. Sentifitrr, and can be consulted afc. Marshall's Chambers, (adjoining Marshall's Music Shop), Handle Street Adelaide, from 9 am. till 5 p.m. A set of Artificial Teeth 'from £5 5s.—Advt. vaiitjasie dlscoveby toe thb HAUL—If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling offuse " The Mexican Hair Rpriewer," for in will positively -restore in every case Grey or While ...

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MAGISTRATES COURT—MAITLAND. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1882. (Before P. Howard and W. H, Wilkinson, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

MAGISTRATES COURT—MAITLAND. MoxDAr, AFHH, 3, 1882. (Before P. Howard and W. H, Wilkinson. J J.P.) Mobert UottreU, farmer, Clinton, was charged by Walter Fawett, under the Masters' and Servants' Act, with discharging him without paying him his wagas, 5 weeks and 4 dayo at 20a per week, les« 17s 3d for bftots. tobacco, &c. .Amount of claim being £4 16s. ; Waiter Fawcett—Was cook and labourer for the defendant at Clinton. On the 12lIi and 13th of Feb. lasr. My duties were to go out in the paddock and cut down scrub and come in and get dinner ready. G-o out in the iifternoou and work until 4 o'clock. Come at or about 4 o'clock and do the remainder of the cooking. On the evening of the 2nd March I stayed out longer than I should have done. Did not get in until 5, or about 5 o'clock. After that bad a fire to light. By the Bench—It-was not by the request of tny employer I stayed out late. I had a batch of bread to bake, tivo pieots of beef to cook, stew to make for the men's supper...

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. (Before J. B. Shepherdson Esq., S.M. and Messrs Gurner and Gaskell. J.J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

POLICE COUKT—KADINA. (Before J". B. Sbepherdeon jEsq., S.M. and Messrs Grurner and Gasfcell. J.J.P. W. I. Quinton, landlord of the Exchange Hotel, was charged by John J. Christmas with using insulting words and behaviour towaivi8.said informant, with the intention of provoking a breach ■ of *he peace, or whereby a breach of the peace might have been occasioned, on April 4. -Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr James appeared for the inlormant and Mr Beare for the defendantJohu James Christmas—Yesterday afternoon I went into the Exchange Hotel with an account. Handed it to Mr Quinton, and ' spoke to another gentleman. Mr Q.uinton camc up a"d said " Oh, Mr Christmas, what is this about ?"■ I said, " What do you mean," He said, "about your watching and spying about my house On that night." Of course I felt Tery much annoyed, as I had not been away from my own door. He then said, " jou are altogether too fast, too officious and too big for your position." referring to my position as Mayor, ...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, April 5, 1882. (Before J. B. Shepherdson Esq., S.M, and Messrs Gurner and Gaskell, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

W LOCAL <)OtJRT-—KA DIN A. ? - ; Wednesday, April 5,1882. ^Before J. 8. Sh«*pher<Jeon 3Esq., 8-W, and :Me88rs Gurtier and iSaslcolJ, J. J.P.I * I 'CuBTIS AND OTHEES V TeBNWITH—Tills was a claim for £22 Oa 6d, for goods sold and'delivered. Mr James (or tlie plaintiff, and Mr Bears for the defendant. William Trenwith—The name at Mortgage .Deed is in my hand writing. - [ Mortgage Deed put in.] .1 William John Curtis—The property appearing in tie Mortgage Deed.was sold by ; the Trustees, of whom I am one. The sale realized £5. The usual charges for adveitis- i ing atid Commission were made. [The account 1 sales for Beferal properties were, put in.] Claim for balance of Mortgage after reaJi-1 zation. That amount (£22 Os <3d) is still dueand unpaid. By Mr Beare—The property was cold sometime in December of laet year. Was one of the Mortgagees. The property was sold to Mr Thos. Hosting. It is now mine. I. gave Mr Hosking £10 for it. There was no arrangement...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

IMPOSTS., I Ex Lnbra, for Wallaroo—lOB Nerfch & Harman, 2 Doffield & Co., 23 Graves. 3 Darke, 2 and a quantity of pig iron May, 1 Warmington, S Bollmejrer, 2 Trye, 3 BriBtowe, 21 Barton, 109 Co-Op. 8y„ 127 Davies & Go., 64 Bath, 3 Keeling, 29 Carr, 8 Lerido. 13 Smith, 2 Thomas, 17 Barpee, 1 Furner, 30 Tance, 6 Cropley, 2 J. & H. Heath, 7 Kiohardson, 19 J. Ii.'Hall, 12 Betchford. For' Moonfa Mines, 14. For Kadina.—60 T. It. Kendeil, S Baraett, 4 Hall, 9 Brown, 5' Sqtribb, 12 'Williams. 80 Bcr.ace. 49 Secomte, 3 Bale. 36 T. H. Hall, 7 Harris and Dawe, 8 Potter i Haeelgrove, 3 OlassOD, 18 Qainton, 4 Anson, 95 * Cook, 12 BlacKney, 6 Thomas, 6 Trdsoott, S Hftddv. 23 Nottle, 1 Burden, 28Bosewarne, 3 Rodda 57 WaUaros Mines:

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POLICE COURT—MAITLAND. Before H. Lamehed, J.P., and P. Howard. J.P. Thursday, APRIL 6,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

POLICE GGUfi,T—MAITLAND. • (Before H- Lamehed, J.P.j and P. Howard. J.P. Thubsdat, APBUi 6,1882. Andrew Dunn was charged by IDHen Bryan with an unlawful assault with intent to commit rape. Ellen Bryan, wife of John Brjan, laborer —My husband is employed by Mr Samuel Moody of Hilkerran. Myself and husband occupy a two roomed hut, belonging to Mr Moody, a distance of fire miles from the homestead There are no. houses near this hut. Recollect on Tuesday 28th, March, saw the prisoner that day. Oil the. Tuesday, he came down with a load of horse feed- The prisoner had to put the feed in our bedroom. I went to lift the empty bags for him to put the others down. I mean the pollard. Our bbd was in the room, when he put-tfce pollard down he turned round and put his hand on my shoulder. When he put hiB hand on my shoulder, I went to go out of the room; he caught me by both arms and held me. I caught the door frame to hold myself, he I tried to take me to the bed, when lie could not take me by...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

EXPORTS. I Her Lubra—-Sundries, Order- - I

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. i Friday, midnight. To day (Good Friday), has passed off yery quietly, the weather being remarkably fine. Special services were held to-day fit the Anglican and Roman Catholic Cathedrals, and various other places of worship ; all being well attended. There was also a grand sacred concert at the Town Hall this evening.

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