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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

Cije Wallaroo 3Timts. WALLA BOO j SArtTRDAY, APEIL 8, 1882. A. cobresposdekt in another column calls attention to a matter of some importance to farmers in tlie -hundred of Ninneg. He says that the propoeedsite for tbe new reservoir is closd* to tbpfold ope/ which has never been .faalf fall owing to the limited nature of tbe xatebment area and running ground. There can be do question as to the excellent quality of the day, but if the. reservoir ts not likely to be filled it is much better not to construct, or at least to eipk it where* this difficulty , does not" exist:,1 keeping in mind , ibe direction invhiclithe greatest number of settlers reside; Wis Cannot offer a suggestion in this parUcuUrpa^.of the district ; but we may state that a geot'eman who Jcnows ^ the country,!.'called at our office tiiis week, and raised precisely the same objections as "Fair Flay," It, therefore, seems-ionly tight, seeing tlie impoitanceof havingdamif placed l ^ where they aje jnosj^needed, tbaf .s...

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

PAINTINGS PAPERHANGING, &c. WWABD twg# to inform the public of • Esdioa and (he neighbourhood, that he is prepared to do al] eorte of Work in House end Carriage Painting &c. Orders may be left at Mr E. JaltfFe, Tejlor Street, KediDa, until further notice, ~W. W A B, D, BOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTER, DECORATOR, &c. Tatlob-Sxeeet, Kadika. A HOUSEHOLD NECES8TTY". ONE SHILLING SPENT WILL SATE POUNDS. - W*TH my SOLDEKING PREPARAw T TION every oneranBolderhiB leaky tinware over a candle, ^ind with iny SticSfest Cement repair bis brofeen Oi^kery. CH^ and 1 ■ ■ all other erode. .'v.*, :$ Ask yonr Storekeeper for/theae. j COOlJIfELL ST., !TOETH-Ai)2JI*Aj3)jBi j ■Bsnavtn ifltiBn eq? at uoq pun *;reSns pub qooaMO iao 'atwqxg; uoouq eqi eaoiqjodojd i<raba uj 3u}X}ta £q 'os nowunadoad em? e.YBta una hqboq penoqoiqt) aejeid oqM esoqj ■qo^aixg; aoooQ aq^ jo Aonunb eq? eoupai—mjiiq tl«.« Bf aoRBJ'Bde®! aq? ji -aiswo ? ua^ewg •ae^Mpau smut jo 'aeroM tzj seqrraita omi ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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PUBLIC SCHOOL SWIMMING MATCHES WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 8 April 1882

PUBLIC SCHOOL SWIMMING MATCHES WALLAEOO. There was a heap of stir and foostle caused amongst the younger members of the community on Wednesday afternoon, through the swimming matches which took place at Waliaroo in connection with the classes recently started by Mr Maughau. Five special trucks arrived from Kadina at 2 o'clock bringing down about 200 children and a number of their teachers from the Kadina and Wallaroo Mines Schools. .Altogether there were about 500 young people on the wbarf besides a large crowd of older friends. These are the first matches of the kind that have taken place at Wallaroo, but judging from the success which attended them on Wedriesday it ib scarcely likely to be the last. Everyone present seemed thor- oughly satisfied, and not a few astonished at the progress made by some of the lads. This was clearly manifest in the race for " This year's learners in which Blewett, Stimson and Owen swam splendidly, the two last mentioned mak ing almost a dead heat. The...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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A NEW BRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

| A «N li, \V Ulv AiN i). I A tall lame uc.iro lias' been in the ! hahit for a year past of calling at » , Michigan-avenue grocery and begijism j a fi*vr potatoes. a bit of cod fish, or a»y— j tiling else likely to be given to him. The ] other 'lay the grocer took a flour snek I and made up a mixture of sand, meal, and ! fh.ur, and »!iin the negro came around he was almost pulverised to hear the i grocer say :— " Now, Sam, if you won't come here again for three months yon can shoulder j that sack and take it home.'' " Am you in airuest, boss?" "Yes, 1 mean ivha» I say." Wall. I reckon I'd better cotcb on to dat chance, an' may de Land bress you fur a hundred y'ars to come J" ! He shouldered the sack and walked off, 1 an-1 ivas not seen again for three days. Then he entered the store with the remark— " Say, boss, I didn't mean to come j back. I want to ax a queshun." •* Go ahead." " It's about dat flour you gin a e. De ole w«man an' me doan't take de same view of it. I hold dat it am...

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BABES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

BaBES. It is a mistaken idea tbat babes are at all times enjoying themselves when tbpy laugh, whether the Jaugli is prompted by amusement or extorted, Any one should from experience, be aware that there is no pleasure in a forced laugh; why should this fact, then, not aoply to infants as well ? For a few weeks after its birth, and while yet too young to be amused by sight or souud, mothers are daily stauding over the sleeping infant's cradle wishing to see one pf those quick hu!e smiles surround (he tiny mouth which are sure s'gns of colic. We.are so fend ot eeeit/g a babesmile or hearing it lau^b that we, as the child grqws older, resort tp artificial means to gratify our selfishness. If we can extort a laugh we $ake it for granted tjbat the baby: is pleased becpysej}: )p<»ks pleased, wkn in ireamy are bur in* It. To make a practice of tickling a babe's feet will rob it of free «pe@oh as it grows to mail or womanhood ; it becomes more or less lioj'ii; ami retains a decid...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIFFERENT MODES OF SALUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

DIFFERED I MODKS OP SALUTATION. The different modes oF salutation employed by the various nations of the earth wotild doubtless form an interesting and amusing study. Each of course is prepared to arrogate to itself the palm of.superiority in the matter, and assert that its own prevailing customs are as reasonable as oiliers are ridiculous. How to determine the question, however, is an unanswerable problem. It is impossible ; :o secure the services of a dispassionate and disinterested umpire, because he must ! necessarily belong to some nation, and in a " pro patria" kind of spirit would feel ; strongly rejudiced in its favour. However, us the march of civilization or the wheels of progress cannot be said to depend upon iis solution, no doubt the world will wag just as contentedly without knowing it. Yet the comparison of the modes of salutation which are peculiar to us with those observed in other parts of the world would certainly seem to justify us in coming to the conclusion tha...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. Mr Billings, Q.C., has accepted the vacant County Court Judgeship. A speeial meeting of the Presbytery was lie id to-day to inquire into some chargeu of immorality that hare been pref ferred against one of its members. The inquiry was conducted privately: A young man named Walker, the son of a biscuit baker, shot himself accidentally in the neck and died shortly after. The deceased was on a shooting excursion near Seymour at the time.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Perth, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Perth, Tuesday. Mr Hijrgar, late mate of the Macedon< and two Mauritius planters have secured from the Government a block of country in the Kimberley district, where they intend to cultiyate tropical produce.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

SAILED. Saturday, April 8—Franklin, b.s., 393 tons, Crocker, master,Tor Port Adelaide. Sunday, April 9—Flinders, 8.8, 275 tons, Anderson, toaster, for Port Augusta,

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MEETING OF UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

of unemployed. A ^laY*ge meeting of the unemployed bss been lifld in Trafalgar Square, London, at which resolutions were carried urging, the Government to assist family emigration.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

^ ' TIME SI<HTJlL. ,,J ■ Harbour Office, WaJ laroo ,'k Time signal on theGtovernment flagstafffat, Che. Harbour-Masters residence the flag :M, (white andred,) will be hoisted to the masthead every Sunday morning at fire uiiuutee to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will drop corresponding to greenwioh mean time lOli 45m 38"7». After the time signal lias been made the Union Jack will be hoisted. . J.-CABSOJSr Observer.

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NIHILISTIC PLOTS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

NIHILISTIC PLOTS IN .RUSSIA. The'party of engineers that bare been employed in the inspection of the railway between St. Petersburg and Moscow, for the purpose of discovering dynamite mines supposed to have been made for the purpose of blowing up the lines, hare found extensive preparations in no less than eleven places, between the tiro ; cities. j

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

WEATHER. Saturday, April 8—Wind, variable, fine, Bar. 30-28. Banday, April 9—Wind, N.W., moderate, fine, Bar 3016. Monday, April 10—Wind, variable, light, Bar. 30-00. Tuesday, April 11—Wind. S.W., fresh, Bar. 30 08.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

intercolonial telegeams. NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. The Governor has sent for Sir George Grey with whom lie has intrusted the task of forming a Ministry. Chri9tchurch, Tuesday. Upwards of 24,000 people visited the Exhibition yesterday.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 7, 18S2. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 6d. Kndiiia—Wheat, 5s"5£ii. Moontn—Wheat, 5s 5d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 3d. JJarnnga (Jap—Wheat. 5s 3£d. Green's Plaiua—Wheat, 5s 2d. The following are the prices current fo>proluceat Wallaroo:— .Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Bran, le 7*d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 8|d per bushel per ton.

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TRICKETT'S HARDSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

TKiCKE'i'i'S HARDSHIPS. The fallowing article by * C'javon " appearing in the last nuuiberof the " Sydney Mail " will be interesting to those who take an interest in the ex-chuiupioii ; and it will at the same tiqie serve to show the boliownes* of friendship. Through all liis trials Trickett seems always to have taken care to make remittances, to his wife, who is in anything |)lit affluent circumstances, and uiay remain ao fop all that the Sydney public caies ; although doubtless Jiufl she hoi been in need of their aid-^bad her husband's successes continued, she wouid have had kindnesses- heaped upon her. " With Trickeit's want of success in his last race with Hunlan he lost most of his friends. Since then we haye been treated to 8 vfifi&tj of scandal, which has not lost tubStance in its Repetition. Hots few individuals possessing the piost sanguine of dispositions and the most free and jpasy pQnsp;enpeq were not *low, when the man on whomtuej staked' ft few pounds suffered ...

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT.—APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

ELDER, SMITH & Go's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE EE POET. —April 6. Wooiu—There is an active demand for all lots of wool offering at prices ranging from 6d to 9d per lb for greasy, and Is to Is 9d for scoured. Daring the past season we sold a good deal of wool to Antwerp buyers, and in order to test their market and so promote business, we sent them some considerable consignments. We are now advised of the following sales of Adelaide wools in Antwerp —Paratoo, 9|1 lambs 8£d; Beltana 8^1. lambs d ; 2fed'e Corner, lOgd to ll£d; Cudtcore, lOJd to 10J ; MeBride, bellies 7d ; ABM, pieces 6fd locks 4fl; PMSf, pieces 7d; Glenlassie, 9fd to 10£d; Monimai], lambs 9f-d j McDorer Caliawadda, 8f 1 ; G-ooram&dda over LB, 8|d; M 8fd to 8f d; Q-rav, 8-|-d; Uioolo lambs 8|d ; A. Bell, lambs 8§d; Tallala, ' lambs 8£d; w over JW, pieces 7fd HWT. 9d; Teetulpa 9fd; CKB, 3f d; MNB over JR over G-P, 8J-d j W. Brook, d ; bellies 7-|d. These prices are about equal to London rates, and we hope to do a ...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday, evening. Up to Saturday the applications for seed wheat to the Central Committee, aggregated 29,725 bushels. The Committee lia? granted relief to the exteot of 9.562 bushels, the estimated cost being £3,000, The average per individual is over 75 bushels. A deputation from the Glenelg Corporation to day requested the Treasurer to extend the jetty a quarter of a mile with the view of incucing Intercolonial steamers to come alongside. Mr Glyde promised to obtain a report from the Marine Board on the subject. H. M- Corvette, Diamond, has arrived from Albany and will stay five days. There were 36,000 travellers by the railways on Easter Monday. There were upwards, of 26,Of!0 travelled by the tramways. The Government have decided to grant £500, a:) compensation to the family of Jol»anu Fielder, lately killed by the railfray engine near Eudunda, as it was ascertained the engine was being driven at a faster rate than was allowed by law. Midnight. A meeting of pe...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. Verulam, from Newcastle. Boyal Shepherd,s.b.. from Port Adelaide. Franklin, b.b., from fort Adelaide. I>ubra, b.s., from Fort Adelaide. Emu, s.B., from Port Pirie. flinders, from Port Aogosta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. /mHEI SPENCER'S J. ftULI STEAM SHIP COY., LIMITED, * ■ "Jg XJ&SSSSH* Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— C F1INDEB8 FOR POET AUGUSTA-^ Stjm>ayMobning ^ at .7 a.m. ° r EMU, FOR POET PIRIE—] THUBSDAY, (.at 7 o'clock a.ni. 0 f LTTBRA, POET LINCLON-{ Thubsday or Fbiday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ° f FLINDERS, WXBVXSS AT. at 5 o'clock, p.m. PORT ADELAIDE.—{ —o— FRANKLIN, S A TITBD A X, ' i at S o'clock, p.m. X . o—— FOR f LUBRA, FRANKLIN | Axtbbjtatb THDBSDAS'e HARBOR L At 2 p.m. o Passage money must be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage most lie rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for r ■ 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 Company' form of Bill of Lading- _ The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo Conveyance...

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