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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAEOO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in fatare will be as follows Per quarter in advance (postage ineluded) ... 3s. Bo. 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, TAYLOR. Times! Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 14, 1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5b 8d. K»dina—Wheat, 6s 5£d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 5d. Snowtown—Wheat, 6b 3d. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 6s 3£d. Green's Plains—Wheat, 5s 2d. The following are the prioeB ourrent for produce at Wallaroo :— Flour, £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is 8d per bushel per ton. Pollard, 1b 9d per buBhel per ton. Register Office, Thnrsdaj, April 13. The wheat market is firm, bat without alteration ; the ruling Tate to da; iB 63 3d per bushel for prime samples, with little offering. Leading brands of flour are worth £13 15s to £14, and ordinary £13. A sale of 60 tons Roach's flour was made to day at£l3 10s. Bran, Is 7d : pollard, Is 7d; oats' 4s ; barley, 4b 6d to 4s 9d.
DEPUTATION re BORING APPLIANCES FOR THE PENINSULA. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
DEPUTATION be BORING APPLIANCES FOE THE PENINSULA. Adelaide. Friday. This afternoon Mr Wiilshire, District Clerk of the Green's Plains, Kulpara and Clinton District Councils waited upon the ~ Commissioner of Crown Lands in refereuce to the quality and quantity of the W Boring tools supplied to the Councils by Messrs Clark A Sons, Adelaide, to the order of the Government. Mr Wiilshire having previously advised the Commissioner of the intention and subject of the interview, there was no necesBsity for any formal introduclion. j - The Commissioner asked in what way the tools were not suitable ? ^Mr Wiilshire stated that in the first place those supplied were only sufficient for a depth of one hundred and fifty feet, and even to attain that through rook required stronger rods and more efficient appliances, In the second place, the Councils understood by letter that sets, capable of boring through earth or rock to a deph of 300 feet, would be supplied. The Commissioner suggested that thi...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
©je Wallaroo Citms. WAliLABOO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1882. An old Peninsslaite, Mr «Tno. Asslielon, has been taking a prominent part in Mr JSIatibew Burnett's meetings at Narracoorte, much to the annoyance of a number of the teetotallers. It appears that on the morniDg when Mr Burnett was leaving, Mr Assheton waited on the railway platform and offered the Beformer 16s, which he had collected to " assist the esuse." Mr Burnett, however, refused the amount, and suggested that it be giyen to the hospital. The local correspondent of the " S. E. Star," like a number of other admirers of Mr Burnett, makes a great deal out of the affair, and doubtless produces it as another proof of Mr Burnett's pbilantbrophy. Now, we are quite prepared to accord Mr Burnett al! the credit due to him for "the energy he displays in his work; bat why will he and a number of others 'act falsehoods, by trying to make the public believe that he is. carrying oat this work' through pure love, and without fee or rewa...
ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGEAMS. Friday, 8 p.m. The Commercial Bank has declared a dividend of 3s on old shares, and Is 8£d on new. There is to be a grand Volunteer Review on the Queen's Birthday. It ia reported that Cooper's Creek .came down bank high. Inaminka head station is washed away, including a house that cost £1,000. There are also great floods in the Strelitzki creek. A little daughter of Mr Carter's, at j Orroroo, fell down a well to-day, and is not expected to recover. j The adjourned hearing of Joseph Tite | of Fort Adelaide, came on again in th«j. Insolvency Court, to-day. The insolvent was sentenced to eight months imprison- ! ment, on account of acting fraudulantly in connection with his estate. He was awarded a third class certificate. In answer to a deputation which waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works to-day, asking that measures be adopted for relieving the glut that at present exists at the Goolwa wharf, and for which the present railway arrangements are inadequet, M...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FRIENDS of the late MARY ANN CAYILL, relict of the late Henry Oavill, of Kadina, are respectfully informed that HER REM.A1N3 will be REMOVED from her late Residence, Goyder Street, EaditiA, THIS DAT (Saturday), A.pril 15, 1882, at half past three o'clock AFTERNOON. R. S. HADDY, Undertaker. CAyrn..—On 14th April, at Kadina, Mary Ann, relict of the late Henry Cavill; aged 61 years.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 15 April 1882
£50 REWARD. THE above Reward will be given to ANYONE who will give INFORMATION that will IiEAD to the CONVICTION of the PERSON op PERSONS who WILFULLY SET ON FIRE MY PREMISES on the Kadina and Wailaroo Road, on the morning of the 27ft Mnrc'i last. ROBT. WILLSHIRE, Wallaroo Mines. April 4,1882. KADINA INSTITUTE. BAZAAR! BAZAAR! 1 BAZAAR!!! ALL those interested in the KADINA INSTITUTE are reminded that_ a BAZAAR in aid of the funds for the building of the large HalL will be OPENED.on.the 24th MAY. On WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS SEWING MEET- j INGS are held in the Reading Room, where j all ladies are invited to attend. The following ladies, as stall holders, will be glad to receive donations either in money, goods, or materials. Mrs Gurner Mrs Anson " Christmas- " Sellar " Sullivan " T. H. Hall " Robinson " Mirtin " Burden " Newman " Tmnp " Minchin ERNEST W. MINCHIN, Hon. Secretary. FOR SALE, SECTION No. 257 and 258,1052 acres No. 272—634 acres. 284—548 " 291—576 " 327—276 " HUNDRE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
^^.— YOBKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL • baces. THE SETTLING for the above Races will take place at the! BOYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, KADINA, ®n MONDAY, April 24,1882. J.SPINK, ; r : ■ Secretary- ■■ . t£■!>;- .-v.-,* F. &lt;S. KEELING hjvTing aeoared :the ' jffsrrjap i of; » liitenas commencing iia that BnaA OB MONDAY NEXT, J&$3$ % 38188.. • B ixfSfij'tj E.iS HE ET ' " of rfWE:YOBKE'S PENINSULA PERMANENT EQUITABLE BUILDING AND IN, :JL\ ■ > >■ «.vll|B8SJl£BNa? }SOCIETY FOB THE HALF YEAR* ENDING FEBBUABY 9, 1882. BECEIFTS, EzpEirumrEE. ■ ... . £ s. d. £ s. d. a. d. £ e. d. To Balance in Bank, ... 357 3 1 By Outstanding Cheques paid, 396 17 _,9 Subsoriptione, ... ... 1386 1 '4 ?*. Shares runout and paid, 784 14 .8 Bents ... 615 12 4- Shares withdrawn, ' ..:1' 1.79 ' 3. 0 . Entrance'fees 4 10 ■ Purchased Shares, ... 819 16 8 ^ Transfer Fees, ' 0 10 0 Paid on aecount of Insurances, 2 14 £ Jtules, &e^ •0 12;'6" *-S i Current-Expenses,-1— ; - . ——■——— 620 ■ 16^10 Directors...
DAMS IN NINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
DAMS IN HUflTES. (to the editoe of the wallaeoo times.) Sra,—I saw a paragraph in Saturday's paper of the 8th, signed by so individual calling himself " Fair Play." Now, sir, the Government in the first place sent up a competent officer to look out for a good site in the hundred of Kinnes. Hunting through the hundred he could not find any site better than the present one, and I think, sir, I quite concur with bis judgement, for in the first place, the present site is most central for any part of Ifinnes that can be found j ill the second place it will benefit the largest part of the selectors in the hundred, also the north part of the hundreds of Kulpara, Cameron and Wiltunga to a radius of aboat 6 to 7 miles, not speaking of the travelling stock, which is Tery considerable, as it lays central for all the roads from the north to Kadina and -Moonta. "Fair Play" says that the present dam has never been half filled, nor never will be, owing to the bad- catching ground, hut I Tjeg to co...
SNOWTOWN. April 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
SNOWTOWN. (From our own Correspondent) 1 April 17, 1882. We are running along in pretty much the same groove here. Tbe general topic, of course, is water, which is really getting a serious question. There is no other supply for drinking purposes than than the railway dam which is reduced to about 2 feet, and if we do not get rain soon the chances are we shall have to levant to some moister spot. Tbe Government boring party are still actively engaged, but are very reticient about giving information, so I cannot give you any estimate of the probabilities of being supplied in that qnarter. A .large and iofluentially attended meeting was held on Saturday evening at the Snowtown Hotel. Mr G. Maslin, J.P., occupied the chair, when the, following resolutions were unanimously adopted. 1st —rproposed by Mr Holmes '* That tbe interruption of the daily mails is severely interfering with the business of the district.' This was seconded by Mr Snowball, who referred to the want of courtesy shown ...
CRICKET. ROSE OF MOONTA v WALLABOO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
CRICKET. ROSE OF MOONTA v WALLABOO BAY. ■ A match was played between the above dubs on Good Friday, which resulted in a victory for Wallaroo. • WALLAROO BAT. First Iitnikgs. Second Iitninqs. Griffiths c Bray 12 not oat ... ... 1 Harman l.b.w 1 c Mitchell ... 1 Morton run out 14 b A. Swan ,, 22 Crottie b Swan 6 b Mitchell ... 9 Keeling b Swan 15 oW. Swan ... 13 Andrews b Swan 3 b A. Swan ... 15 Ey ran oat. 1 b A. Swan ... 6 North b Swan 1 run out ... ... 9 Walkley c W Swan 18 b A. Swan ... 1 Keats b Swan 2 run out 0 Richards not out 17 b A. Swan ... 0 Sundries ... 19 Sundries... ... 15 Total, ... 108 Total, 92 Grand total—210. BOSE OF MOONTA. First Ikkings. Second Innings. A. 8 wan e-Keeling 2 bMurton ... 23 J. Bray c Keeling 29 b Keeling ... 7 Roach c Richards 15 c Keeling ... 20 Mitchell b do 0 bMurton ... 4 Jno. Bray c Keeling 3. b Keeling ... 4 W. Swan run out 5 b Richards ... 6 JTrick o Murton 10 b Keeling ... 4 Cocking b Keeling' 5 not out ... ... 5 Stephens pJayed out 0 b Keel...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. April 19, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. April 19,12.30 p.m. . | Aurora Australia is leported to have i>een extremely brilliant over the North and Worth. East: At Temora the spectacle is described jss having been most magnificient. A letter from Noumea states that the French Government propose to transport .to that Island 10,000 short sentenced offenders, thus making it a convict settlement. ; The conspiracy case was commenced this morning at the Supreme Court, which was densely crowded throughout the day, mud large numbers were standing outside. There is an extraordinary interest taken in the case which was heightened by a rumor that Hicks would turn Queen's Evidence. .Upon opening the case this was found to be the case. Hicks, on Mr Symon's application! was formally acquitted and with other witnesses was ordered out of court. The Hon 0. Mann with MessrsSymon and Gwynne appeared fair the Grown; Mr Pater "with Mr Linklater defended Barker: Mr H. EDowner appeared for Dr Horton. The Hon C. Mann's openi...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
VESSELS EXPECTED. . Saxon, from Newcastle. ] Moonta, ship, from Newcastle. I Voralam, from Newcastle. J Royal Shepherd, a.8., from Port Adelaide. Ocago from Newcastle. ■ Franklin, e.8., from Port Adelaide. I/ubra, >£, from Port Adelaide. Emu, 8.6., from Port Pirie. Flinders, a.8., from Port Augusta.
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882
WEATHER. Saturday, April 15—Wind, S.W„ light, fine. Bar. 30 25. Sunday, April 16—Wind, - S.W., fresh,. Bar 30 30. Monday, April 17—Wind, variable, light, Bar. 30-25. Tuesday, April 18—Wind. N.W., light. Bar. 80-20. - :