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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOR. J, L. Hall, from Newcastle. Kalahome. from Newcastle.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

AGRARIAN OUTRAGES iN IRELAND. Einsella, the man who was suspected of murdering Mr Andrews, in the latter's residence in Dabiiri, about the middle of March last, has been convicted of manslaughter.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED, • Vernl&m, (rem Newcastle. BosphoroB.h&rque.from Newcastle. Royal Shepherd, 8.B., from Port Adelaide. Franklin, 8.8., from Port Adelaide. Ziabra, s.s., from Port Adelaide. Sma, s.s., from Port Pirie. Flinders, a.*., from Port Augusta.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

London, 7th. DEATH OF BISHOP BARKERBisbop Barker of Sydney, who was on a continental tour, died at Sanza, a town - near Jfoples. on Thursday last, through the fxtveme heat. He had been suffering frbifa paralysis for a month previous to his death.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

WEA.THEK.' Wednesday, April S—Wind, S.S.W., light fine, Bar. 30-30. Thursday, April 6—Wind, S.S.E., light -fine. Bar. 30 28. Friday, April 7—Wind, S1S.WV light fine, Bar. 30-28.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. Failing to-day's guarantees the Powers have decided upon energetic measures in connection with Egyptian affairs. Some uneasiness is felt, as it is feared Ismail Pasba is intriguing in other quarters. Arabi-Bay, the Nationalist leader in Egypt, repudiates Ismail.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office. Wallaroo. J Time signal on the Government flagstaff at i che Harbour-Masters residence the flag H, . {white andred.) will bo hoisted to the niaBtaead every Sunday morning at fire minutes; to eight o'clock; Adelaide mean time, and on1 the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop corresponding to Greenwich mean time lOh 45m 38 7s. After the time signal has been made the Union J^ok will be hoisted.. . ♦ J. CABSON Observer..

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

Shipping. ?j. from wallaroo. : «na_ -3. ffS® SPISOBE'S 1 GULF STEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, ^qH^SBS' Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— : f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA-J StthdatMobhikg(_ at 7 a.m. ° (• EMU, FOR PORT PIRIE—< Thttehdat, (.at 7 o'clock s.m. f ° LUBRA, PORT HNCLON ■{ Thubsdat or Fetdat, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f FLINDERS, I WEBKESBAY. i at 5 o'clock. p.m.' PORT -ADELAIDE.——o— J j FRANEXIN, W - J SAHrsBii,k-. ^ at 5 o'clock, p.m. —o — ' FOR" r LUBRA, FRANKLIN \ Alternate Thobsbax^ HARBOR L At 2 p.m.., ;—,—o ■ Passage money; must be- pai3 before embarkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within .24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be. admitted for 7 breakage, &c., unless same is pointed. out at time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers subject to the clauses and exceptions' on -the Comparv' form ofBill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, ...

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

sailed. "Wednesday, April 5—Flinders, 8.S., 275 tons, ■ Aideraon. master, for Port Adelaide . Tbareday. April 6—Emu, b.b., 395 tons, Greer,' inastar. for Port Pirie. ' Same day—Capeiia, 73 tons, Ireraon, master, for Fort Augusta. Friday, April 7—Juubra, &.B., 224 tons, Isiait, master, for Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

S H IP PI NO N E W«. ABBXHSD. J Wednesday* Apiil 6—Flinders, b.b., 275 tons, Anderson, master. Irom Port Augusta. ■ Same day—Cape'la, 73 tons, Ivereon, master, from Port Adelaide. Thursday, April 6—J$ma, e.B., 383 tons, Greer, , master, from Port Adelaide. Same «*ay—Iiubra, s.s., 224 tons, Izatt, master, from Port Adelaide via Port Iiinooln and Mbonta: Bay. Passengers—B»r. W.. Mather and family from Port Lincoln.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 6 April. Received April 7, 12.15 a.m. CHINESE IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

Latest:'NiGWS. •- - EUROPEAN TbLEGEAMS, London, 6 April, . V ■ " : Received April 7,12.15ft.m. CHINESE IN THE UNITED STATES. The Senate has failed to override the President's yeto on the Chinese Immigration Bill. But Mr Miller's bill, for the purpose of excluding Chinese for ten years is hopeful.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. The usual monthly meeting was held onThursday morning, April 6, in the Court House, Kadina. Present Messrs J. Malcolm, J.P. (Chairman,) F. W. Gurner, J.P. E. Warraington, J .P., A. F. Taylor, and J. J\ Christmas, J.P.- Apologies were made for the absence of the Mayor of Wallaroo and Captain T. Anthony, J.P. Minutes of the last meeting and a report of the special visit of Board to the schools was read and confirmed. Mr Christmas offered a few remarks, in explanation of his remaining on the bench at a late sitting of the Eadina Local Court when a case under the Education Act waB called on, he had quite forgotten the fact of his being a member of the Board at the time. The Board considered the explanation satisfactory. The Chairman read letters as follows, from Mr T. Borgan, Inspector, regretting he could not accompany the Board, on their visit of inspection be being at Port Pirie at the time. From Mr T. S. Naughton, School Visitor, re collection of arrears of...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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THE LATE FIRE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

—————■ THE LATE F1KE. i (to the editob of the waxlaboo times) oib,—isow mat toe inquest 00 the fire at Mr Wiltshire's house has closed I would like to make a few remarks, knowing that your paper has a wide circulation. I felt Te'ry much annoyed at the grave suspicion, that was cast on me and my son. X beg to say that my son was 40 utiles away at the time. X hare been a resident of Wallaroo nearly 21 years, and I can defy any person to say anything against jmy character. X sincerely hope that the handsome reward that, Mr Wiltshire has offered may be the means of bringing the ijnilty person or persons to *Ustice7 and not hare, the finger of eoorn pointed at innocent people. By inserting these tew lines you will ereallv ahliee: —I am. &c. BENJAMIN NICHOLAS.

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, April 5,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

WALLAROO CORPORATION. Wednesday, april 5,1882. Present—Crs Phillips (in th« chair), : Master?, Chatfleld, Oliphant, Bird, Trye, Bath, VPalkley and the Town Clerk. In the absence of the Major Cr Phillips was Toted to the Chair, Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. B.KPOETS; From the Committee appointed re Fencing in Park Lands :—" We, the Committee, appointed to make inquiries re Pa<-k Lands' loan have to report that an offer of the whole amount required has been made by the Loyal Wallaroo Lodge. Tiie Secretary of the Foresters' Court has also made an offer to lend the amount, hut is not in a position to state the rate of interest although he thinks it will be about 6 per cent. We have employed the day laborers in sinking some trial pits but these have not been bo successful as we would desire in the south park lands, but on its completion we would suggest the Council empower the Committee to eall tenders for the work to be returnable at next meeting ; ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECHABITE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

rechabite festival. The Annual Festival in connection with the" Working Man's Hope" Tent L0.lt., Wallaroo, was celebrated yesterday (Good Friday.) At one o'clock the Brothers belonging to the Adult and Juvenile Tents assembled in the lodge room to the number of about sixty. They then formed in procession and headed by the Wallaroo Brsss Band, and brothers bearing the banners of the Order, marched through the principal streets. After winch the procession made its way to the Snuth Eastern Park Lands, near the Adelaide Mills, where the programme of sports was carried out. During tha afternoon a large number of visitors were on the ground. Mr Young, the hon. Secretary, was most indefatigable in his endeavours to carry out the programme. And he was ably assisted by members of committee and other gentlemen. We do not remember to have seen such a large □umber of ladies at a gathering of this kind. On Friday they fairly outnumbered the sterner sex. Whether this is on account of their admira...

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DAMS IN THE HUNDRED OF NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

DAMS IN THE H.UJSD&ED OF NIXNES. (to the editob of the wallaboo times.) ■ ; §ir—io a receat issue of your paper, appears a paragraph from a correspondent in the hundred of NinneB, stating that two trial-pits had been sunk and that " they were in good holding ground ; but . ^ your 'correspondent has omitted to say, what particular Jjsrtofthe hundred these are in. Doubtless he, like many other well meaning mentis ashamed to; say that : It is pn Jfinnes Plains, close to two other large tan&s and a large dam, the latter neser having been half full, and it ia thought - never will be as there is not a sufficient water run at the place. II the Government are going to sink a 3am why hojfc jp?fcJit'4owu amongst; thpse who ".. hare selipcted land, instead of .constructing it ;in a place where there are mere loan can get SIM •SSar3iaa««f3«B3X FArapi<Ax

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

INSTITUTE H ALL, WALLAROO. \ WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 12. A GRAND CONCERT In connection with the BAZAAR AND TEA For the Presbyterian Church, will be given on. the above date, by members of the Choir, assisted by the WALLAROO MINES GLEE CLUB, And other Lady and Gentlemen Amateurs The Concert will consist of GLEES, DUETS, SOLOS, AND INSTRUMENTAL . SELECTIONS Special 'bos from Kadina at 7 o'clock, returning at close of Concert. Full programme in-Wednesday's issue. PRESBYTERIAN C HUR C H, WALLAROO, SPECIAL SERVICES will be held in the Presbyterian Church, on SUNDAY. April 9, when the REV. E. ROEKE, B.A., Adelaide, will preach in the morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening' at balf-paet 6 o'clock. - * The Bey. T. Kyte, of. Sadina, will address the Sunday School in the afternoon at 2 30 o'clockj parents and friends are invited to attend. . ■ A Collection at -each service in aid of the Church funds. In connection with tha above on WEDNESDAY there will be sale, of the goods left over at l...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, April 7, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 6d. . JTadina—Wheat, 5s 5 j-d. • * Moonta—Wheat, 6s 6d. Saowtown—Wheat, 5s 3d. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 5s 3£d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s 2d. The following are the prices current for pro luce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Bran, Is 7£d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 8|d per bushel per too.

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A TALK ABOUT HOUSE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

A TALK ABOUT HOUSE WOEK. Girls whose parents can afford to keep servants get the impression sometimes that it is quite out of the question to engage in any kind of household work, some even leaving the care of their own room to the charge ef hired help. Such girls seem to us the embodiment of laziness. There is no reason why every girl should not understand tho running of tlie household machinery, so that if at 8ny time mother was sick and unable to overgee the usual arrangements, her daughter might be able to take her place, managing satisfactorily. It is a false notion that to become a housekeeper is to become also a domestic drudge, and if any of the girls who read this have made up their minds to that effect, let them abandon it instant. Jy, and by experience prove it a libel. W:ien there are two eisters in a family a good plan iB to divide the work, each one being responsible for that portion that is entrusted to her care. Let each understand clearly what is expected of her, no...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOT ONE TO SPARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

NOT ONE TO SPABE. ' Which ah all it be ? Which shall it be ?' I looked at. John—John looked at me (Dear patient John, who loves me yet As well as though my locks were jet;} And when I found that I must speak, My voice seemed strangely low and weak : * Tell me again what Robert said.' And then I, listening, bent my head. ' This is his letter; I will give A house and land while you shall live, If, in return, from out your seven One child to me for aye is given.* I look'd at John'a old garments worn, I thought of all that John had borne Of poverty and work and care, Which I, though willing, could not share j I thought of seven mouths to feed, Of seven little children's need, And then of this. ' Come, John,' said I, ' We'll choose among them as they lie Asleep,' so walking hand in hand, Dear John and I surrey'd our band. First to the cradle lightly Stepp'd, Where Lilian, the baby, slept, A glory 'gainst the pillow white. Softly the father stooped to lay His rough hand down in a gentle w...

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