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

VESSELS IN HARBOR. I J. JLi. Hall, from Newcastle. Kalahoine, from Newcastle. Bosphoras, barque,from Newcastle. •"■O"

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

SHIPPING N E W S. ARRIVED. J Saturday, April 8—Franklin,.. e.s., 393 tons, Crocker, master, from PorjtAugusta. * Sunday, April B—Fiinders, E.fc., 276 ' toils, Anderson, maeter. from Port' Adelaide, Monday April 10—Bosphorns, 299 tone, Gadd, master, for Newcastle. ■

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INTENSELY UITER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

INTENSELY UITEB, A few months ago the daughter of a small tradesman was sent away to a "female college,'' and last week she arrived home for the holidav vacation. The old man was in attendance at the 1 railway to convey his daughter home. When the train stopped a bewitching da-nsel dashed from the ear and flung herself into the elderly party's arms. * Why, you superlative pa !' she exhumed: "I'm so utterly glad to see you.' The old man was somewhat unnerved by the greeting1, hut he recognised the seal skin cloak in his grip as the identical piece of property he had paid for, and he planted a kiss where it would do the most good, with a report that sounded above the noise of the engine. In a brief space of time the trunk and its attendant baggage were on the road for hotne. Pa, dear, said the young miss surveying the team with a critical eye, dij you consider this quite excessively beyond? Hey? returned the old man with a puzzled air; quite excesive beyond what! I con«ider it somewha...

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MR PARNELL'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

MR PAS.NELL'S HEALTH. It is said that Mr Parnell is thinner about the eyes than when he was first arretted and lodged in the Elmainbam gaol; but otherwise he is in good health and spirits. But he declines to attend political gatherings of any kind.

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

valuable r?ISCOYBBY jgbthe Haib.—If your hair is turning grej'br phite, or-falling ofliuse " The Mexican Hair Sentwer," for In .t will positively restore in every case Grey or : Wluie hair to its original colour, vitbont leaving the disagreeable smell of most "Res. storere" It makes tbe liair charmingly beautiful, as well at promoting the grbwlh of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed.- A«1c yourChemist for *<qTms Meocak Haib BJekbw«b,M v prepard- by - Bsm C. Gaxmjp, 493 Oxford Street, lion- i 4on, and sold by Chemists and Sgifittut* JL wer? where&(£•(ftperSottte, -sV

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

Second Day. Gn Tuesday the weather was much cooler anil more pleasant than on the previous day, consequently the attendance was very good. There could not have been less than 500 or 600 peisons on the Course. Tne first race was delayed long after the proper hour for etartfng, which caused a certain amount of grumbling amongst those who were ihere punctually at one o'clock. Notwithstanding this, however, the Committee and Stewards seemed to give general satisfaction to all pat ties concerned. t T. Herbert's b.g. Tocal, aged, (Nunn) ... 2 W. Shaw's b.m. Eila, 4 years, 2 This was a poor race Tocal having it all his own way winning by about half a dozen lengths hard held. Trotting- Matoh.—5 Sove. 2 Miles, io etone up. Handicap by Distance. Post Entry. Dunn's Shadow, (J. Dunn) 120 yards, ... 1 Mitchell's Pol!y, 80 yards, 2 Croplev's Wallaroo, 100 yards, ... ... 3 Parnell's Rover, 120 yards, £ .... 0 Marshall & Herbert's Smoker, scratch, ... 0 Gktodfellow's Dolly, 150 yards, 0 O p...

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CHINESE FOR THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

CHINESE FOR THE UNITED i STATES. I Three thousand Chinese have left Hong Kong for Ibe United States via Columbia. Others are to follow.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, lOtH April. Received April 11, 9. a.m. MR PARNELL'S RELEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

k> .—' • ' " I . • " - BtTEOFlAST TELEGRAMS London, lOtb April. Receired April 11, 9; a.m. ' MR PARNELL'S RELEASE. Mr C. S. Parneil who baa been for several months confined as a State j prisoner in the Kilmainbam gaol, bae been released on parole tor a week, in order to allow of bis attending the funeral of bis Bisters's child in Paris.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12. 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

iyAL<I/A.EOO, WEDNESDAY, AFEIL 12, 1892. The members of the Loeal Boad Board genenJly, and especially , those that are ehcied by thopeople, fcarejaafcreason to b proud of the position they Jbiold in the. « tiaiatiun of the public'fn^pU Mparts "pf iii^jdistrict. The Corporation of Edith£&§$&, the mortfOU&ierijr diitriot, >howed this, in the fact tlvat they voted for the did nichibera, M«si^?3fcui and Gurner, ||d; iwi9e;3«ing-;'•»(►. conveyed a; congtatulfttory^etter espr^ssVo^ tUeii confidence in the members and officers, and approval of the efficiency displayed by all in the past, as well as the thorough sjurU ftf fair play tint was. always manifested in appropriating the funds in a tray that served the greatest number, irrespective of locality. Seeing that such a feeling exists towards the Board in, a part of the district situated farthest frooi that w-here the meetings are held, and where the majority of the members resi de, proves beyond a do...

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

ifOW ON VIEW, AND FOB SALE T. WATT'S ASSIGNED STOCK OF JEWELLRY AT J. M. EOSENBEEG'S — KADINA. — Tbe prices ate very low, and mast command a ready sale. INSTITUTE HALL, WALLAROOWEDNESDAY EVENING-, APRIL 12. A GRAND CONCERT In conncction ivith the bazaae and tea For the Presbyterian Church, will fafigiren on tbe oboye date, by members of tbe Choir, assisted by the WALLAROO MINES GLEE CLUB, And other Lady and G-eutleiriea Amateurs The Concert will consist of GLEES, DUETS, SOLOS, AND ~ INSTEUMENTAL SELECTIONS. Special 'bus from Kadina at 7 o'clock, returning at close of Concert. " NOTICE 10 TEEPUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO. JIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will he as follows:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) ... ... ... 3s. Do- do. credit (postage include!) ... ... ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered In advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. E TAYLOR. Times?Offlce, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,...

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

athletic spouts, THE:'ANNUAL SPORTS in -connection -with the WliJiaroo Sunday School Union will be held on the ground near the Fuse Factory, Wallaroo, on the Queen's Birthday. J. W. JONES, ■- ■ Secretary! Xj^OUND a SUM of MONEr in one of JT the Business premises ia WftliaroO. A.j>plg office of ihia paper. N OTIC E. PIGS, GOATS,-and POULTRY ^ found TItKSi'ASSiNG on Section 65, 66. 67. 68, !in<< 69. Htndred of Ka'iina. wtii l>c destroy ed o;i and aftri this date, and :ill Hor.xes Hud Caule found trespassing in roads adjoining mil ti.* dealt with as tile law may ma; allow. JAM ICS A LI. EN, Sen. Boor's Plains, April II, IbS2. N O TIO E. IK CONSEQUENCE OF LEAVING KADINA, J. W Y A T T ODLD RESPECTFULLY inform his * * numerous Customers cud the public that he HAS DETERMINED TO SELL x.-FF HIS LARGE STOCK BOOTS AND SHOES At prices that will command ;i ready Sale FOE, CASH, The Shop and Dwelling Hou?c is for Sale or to be Let. Also, 78J Acres of First-Class Land f...

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THE YORKE'S PENINSULA. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

THE YOUKE S PENINSULA. ANJNtDAL RACES. Although the Peninsula has never done anytlii' fi * big' in ihe way of race meetings, yet from ii»e days of earliest settle- i raont an annual meeting has been held ; and at tiroes some horses have run that can boast the best blood in Australia. Other districts, however, of quite recent date through better, or more combined management, have yot their clubs formed, and are now in a position to vie with the metropolis itself in the importance of their annual race meetings. The YWke's Peninsula Committee, we learn, has taken a step in the right direction this year. Instead of holding tboir races m private paddocks so as to admit of the collection of an entrance fee, a thin-j that could not be done on ihe old course which tyas Crown Lands, a club has been formed, which has obtained leave from the Government to fence in a course. On Mon-.ay the number who paid for admittance must h-tfe almost cleared the expense incurred in improvements already carr...

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MARK TWAIN AS A MORAL CATECHIST. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

MABE TWAIN AS A MORAL CATECHIST. An old acquaintance of Mart Twain (Sam Ciemens) said:—"But there was another little incident which I called to mind. Old Bill Nye, of Nevada-—every hpdy knows who he ifas—aPP«'nt<?d Sani Clemens and I school committee men for our district. . Well, we bad a few Piute, young Mies. and one or two, white ones, enough to make a nucleus, as Sara said, so we hired a female teacher . She was considerable on morals, and I suspect that Sam had intimated that this branch of training should not tie neglected. It was a pretty barren soil to sow ideas on bjit the teacher jras as cute as they make 'em, $nd she was bound to please and perhaps astonish the pojnmittee men. So she goes to work an# etjififls {hem up like a lot of sticks and practices mora} instruction upon them She aljlrajra T»rige4 tlieip s in' f 5£P$3y ,«i»f like/you^ sters soon learned to known which was Fot fyoj JSo. i-t filie always bad one question—Who made you? Of course ifiere wasbiit...

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LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

LOCAL BOARD OF MAIN ROADS, PENINSULA DISTRICT. I Present—F. \V, Ginner. Esq. j.P., Chairman, and Crs. Hied, Davies, and Lamshed. The Secretary,^Mr N. D, Bennett, and the Surveyor, Mr T Jones Sen. Minutes of the previous uieeting were read and con6rcued. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr Hawke, of jvapmida, asking for further particulars, re road roller From the Edilhburj^h Corporation forwarding nominations for board. Statins* that although it might be desirable to have a member for tfae southern Peninsula, the great satisfaction giren bv the hoard in the past, and the impartiality shown on all occasions, enabled the; Council to.', express.'the greatest confidence in the members of the Board and its officers. Received.. ":Vl: ■ on faster, with contract 374f mowing*; to dry: weatiier. Received. .5 • isv; . Petitions from Kadina Corporation re j placing of Thomas* Plain and PeelarWeela ; roads on schedule, referred to Board for report. Received. -^i SDEVETOR'S REPORT. . , ' \ The Surveyor^ Repo...

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MRS BREEZY ON POLITICAL ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 12 April 1882

M&S BUEKZY ON POLITICAL j There are few persons who can makea fnan so thoroughly uncomfortable by Criticising his political or other utterances,, as the wife of liis bosom." Such was doubtless Mr Breezy.'s experience.—X see yon didn't have enough pf politics, Mr Breezy, said Mrs Breezy, looking over the top of Iter evening paper. How is that, dear ? asked Mr Breezy, looking jip from a rain attempt at squaring a little account In his note-book. That's just -what I should like to Jmow, Mr Breezy,' How is it? how is it? I say, said .Mrs Breezy,thatyou cannot have sense enough to keep away from those political people, and attend to your own business ? -Here, you have been making a speech on reorginisation, or some such nonsense. Reorganisation, fiddlesticks 1 I wish your audience could see you in the bosom i of your own family, and then they would appreciate your opinions. You most make • fine orator, Mr Breezy. John Bright is probably a mere baby compared to yon. So you believe...

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

G I A I> CON CERT. TEA AND BAZAAB,. in THK IS^itutk H .L. , WaILAEOO, A GRAND CONCERT will foliowt.he Tca and Bazaar, to bo gi"r>o in connccfioa with the Anniversary Services of die Presbrferian Church, in the T"stiti.te Hall, T II 'I S "E VENI N G, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1882. PROGRAMME OF CONCERT. Past Fiest. PROGRAMME. 1. Overture (Piano)—Ivy Greeii, ... Mips Ooltmnn 2. G'ee—Muy Day W M G Cluh 3. Song—Rifles of England, ... .. ... ... .„ ... M> W. H. LeHiaby 4. Duet—Come oW the Moonlit Sea, * Mr and Mrs Shepherd 5. Sor.g—In the Gloaniirg, ... ... . ... Miss 8pn»kn;nn 6. Duet—On the Blue Wave, .. ... ... ... Mr* Colrajan and Mr I/clhaby 7 Smg—Tell me, Mnry , boiv to Woo Thee, ... ... .. . ... Mr Toomxs 8. Song—Will o' flic Wisp, ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Mr Mann 9. Glee—Awake JEoliiin Lyre, ... ... .. ... ... ... ... W.M.G Club INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES. Piei Second. 1. Overture (Piato)— ... M:ss> Colfmau 2. Glee—Apollo Strikes the Lyre, ... ... ... ... ... W.M.G Club 3-...

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

TTTR UNDERSIGNED has a large amoant of MONEY to LEND in same of from £100 to £2,000 at LOW BATES on good Freehold Securities in Town or Country. Money advanced on approved Se.ectionB, and Selections paid for when due. Persons assisted to Build in Town or Country. All business under the Real Property Act transacted. A. MACGEOBGE, licensed land broker and financial agent, melvin chamberrs.1 eing "william-street. wanted—logs. "li^Lb'TYTONS of LOGS wanted at the JL/ Kurillfe Mine, length not less than 10 feet nor more than 12 feet; diameter, at the email end, not less than 9 inches. thos. anthony & son. February 20,1882. THE ROYAL ASSOCIATION. * TOE promotion of the fine arts in SCOTLAND. Founded in 1833, Incorporated "By Royal Charier 1847. TffR object of this Association—thefirst established in the United Kingdom, for similar purposes—is to advance the cause of Art in Scotland, by affording encouragement to its professors :— I. The Association is composed of Annual Subscribers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882

FOE SALE, OR TO BE LET, A LARGE and COMMODIOUS HOUSE of Six Booms, situated on the Port Road, within two miles of the Wallaroo Post Office. For particulars, apply office of this paper; or, R. WILLSHIRE, Wallaroo Mine*. IMPORTANT TO THOSE LOOKINGi OUT FOB, A GOOD FARM. FARMS TO BE LET. TO BE LET, Farms of from 200 to 400 or 500 acres of tke best WHEAT GROWING- LAND in the Colony, situated the Hundred of Ninnes, on very easy terms. For particulars apply to D. BEWS, Wallaroo, or, A. F. TAYLOR, Kadina, FOR SALE OR TO LET, THE following Sections Hundred of Ninnes, No. 57, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,94, 99,100,102,106,115,133, 134; also Hundred of Tickera, 98, 112, 119, 120, 144 152, 153, 161, 163 and 164. H. D. O'HALLORAN, LAND AGENT, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. ATIILETIC SPORTS. THE ANNUAL SPORTS in connection with the Whllaroo Sunday Schoo Union will be held on the ground near the Fuse Factory, Wallaroo, on the Queen's Birthday. J. W. JONES, Secretary! WANTED AN ACTIVE LAD. Apply immedi...

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A HAUNTED MAN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882

A HAUNTED MAN'S STORY. A. singular-looking man, who stated that bis name was Hans Andersen, appeared at the Thames Police Court, London, on the 25th January, to see if the Magistrate could find him some work to do. Andersen bad come on Wednesday to make a similar application, and he then told an extraordinary story. He stated that he was a l)ane, but that he had never visited his country since the year 1848, when he was driven into exile in consequence of his having got mixed up with some secret political society. Since then be bad >isited nearly every civilised country in the world, and had taken part in various great movements. He knew Kossutb, and had fought under Garibaldi, and bad been acquainted with and trusted by other leaders of men. The Emperor Nicholas of iiussia knew him and feared him, for just before the commencement of the Crimeao War he had had'him seized while passing through his dominions. He was about to be transported to Siberia, when he managed to escape by b...

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GET MARRIED AND WIPE YOUR DEBTS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882

GET MARRIED AND WIPE YOUR DEBTS OCT. There have been several cases tried m j this oolony where women have contracted ; debts prior to their marriage, and which after that important event they sought to j repudiate, A rather big thing in this way was recently tried by a lady _ in England, and we take the following account of the trial from the " Times" of 17th February :—(Sittings at Nisi Prius, Before the Lord Chief Justice and a Special Jury.) Wixliams v. Mehciek.—This was an interpleader issue directed to decide, who was the legal owner of certain goods which had been seized under the following circumstances:— It appeared that Madame Mercier, the milliner, of Park-street, Grosvenor-square, had obtained judgment against Mrs Florence Williams, formerly Miss Florence Farquhareon, and cow the plaintiff's wife.. This judgment was to recover a sum of £J,07I, old for goods sold and delivered by Madame Mercier to Mrs Williams previous to her marriage. The" terms of this order not being co...

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