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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGEAMS. VICTORIA, Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGEAMS. . Melbourne, Friday. Id reference to the stabbing case which occurred recently at Geelong, it appears Johnston had a bitter animosity against D tryer on account of the alleged illtreattnent of a relative. Johnston had a keen edged pocket knife open in his waistcoat packet in view of coming to close quarters if the pistol failed. He is said to have been recovering from a drinking bout. The dying depositions of Wallace, the . mate of the Bachel Cihen, who was stab* bed by a Frenchman, was taken this "• Ehorninig. A footballer named Phillips, who was returning from a matchwas charged with misbehaviour and singing indecent songs in a first class carriage, and was fined £5- / . The trustees of the Exhibition Building have offered the use of the Annexes to the Government'for a temporary printing office nntil a new structure is ready. The offerhasbeen accepted and the building will be occupied at once. ' NEW ZEALAND. . Wellington, Friday, After a two days debate in...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Friday. Received Friday, 8. p,m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

TjATEST MJfiWS.'' EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. . London,-Friday. Received Friday, 8- p,m. ; .. 'The console have demanded the Egyptian. Ministry to resign, and aslo that Ajrabi Bey be temporarily banished. There is "every probability of a Parnelite dtsrnption ia the House of Commons. Mr Parnell in a moderate speech con: demited the abase of boycotting and dee precated the irreconcilableneas of Mr Dillon. .

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

' Per Iin"bri~8*.' * ifot "port A.cleiaiae—W>' tona ' copper,!W,s. W6rkB, :5''-&Btipty kege; 3 -do jars, Hiloe.fiemiltiesKn&pinau; 13 Smith, ?3 Primrose, 6Haime»andM»U«n. ) riji;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

JfAESirira^^S^fe^JtrNDLE1 ;siEEBrr, AmJaide.: B,AS:%rrired 'Vrom • boridon with ail thp ^VeVt'^raiPEOVEMEIfTS in DENTIN I'S® _syj3 i>eg.8 to'.-jfofprtB She inhabitant*J of Wall&rcu} ga(ls the auwounding district that. r'iie\'Vifi.'.j!oky,-a* PRPFESS ION AL VISIT: to ^fuU'^pVii on' 'THURSDAY. f'RrDAY &nd Sif UftD&f, JUNE 1st, 2nd £nd 3rd aartd '-can- bft 'consulted at the (Sotriueopia Hotel, from 20 «.m."till 5 p.m. «Kb.i^>r'i \. •/ ;; > '• \ AH pe«pa»;,dc8irpafi of seeing Mr Will kindly call is c,ariy in the day as posab>!e: ffeittiTiVE methodist.MJ> MISSjIG^ABY SOCip|fep^ of?ti&£o«1 jjr^li-be-preached on SUS'DtjrpjE^j JfUf. asffoifewaV^-: 'f ; £,Vi 4. & : At Fadius^ot it fl.'m^y Rev.sJIII. vyiij|3gjjy do; , , -BjPJn.,iy Bey- H. Harfj|igs^-:| At WaHan>aMines,afc&l:a.*n.Ii>y - Hardest : J • , ;... do: at® phm, by ; .: ■; :5 '■■■ : J ••* SBBS^AEy-:l£EETHSG^'. >3 . .v. %> , '' £t~.Wallaroo rMinca, on WednesdaJ^j...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

VESSELS IN .H^KBOE. Hoopla, shipf &t>^lfreWcastlev ;

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ELDER SMITU, & Co's. ADELAIDE PORDUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

ELDEB siflTlf, '& Co's. ADELAIDE —PORDUCE RE POET; ' f*%: during the past week. apd prices aije generally well maintained. ' Woo].—Tbefjuantitj ofier j iftg just now u ecnf jl,-^aS there ip a strcfcg demand at, price! ratoging from 6djto: S31" per Jb: for '^Ls ,.^o Is 9d 4>r Scoured aorta. Wpr^W^1adf to^iear that the Loudon •alee have-opefed. at -prices, fulty equal-'to those obtained iti the " Jii¥ce9 ijng 1 feenefc. Shbbfs^IKS.—Gppdwpqjlyskins are pfigeriy fcough't n\ w«sf beet^- jfcerinos fetching about 4s eachr and other •orta proportionate' rates; jHiDBfi.*—T^fre is no change in value, good wet>af^:d |e{iing; (yeelj ,ati from 3d to .414 per, lt^accofidiRg^ta -Weight | arid Hcbjn-" dition. ' TaEloW &nd T^lt— Mutfonf~ follow in Shipping coadition fetches £33 to £34 per ton - heef arid liixei incite 3amdltk>nfronr> : £80 to £3& ^'8mail'lp^, TO jfc&en jiacka^es eieifatfriw^ps'td-SPs^rr/cwtjj .acbording'_ 16 quaUfy/-:J B^t^efclfs ^^efeiy^t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

. Legislative Council Elections. w. jlIudgway -A.T Mb Ridgway, who, on rising, was well cultivating the soil. (Applause). If rereceived, said he had that evening to turned the question would have bis depart a little from his usual course in support. addressing the meeting. He owed an The Noetheen Tebbitoby apology to the.people of Kadina for not should be represented. No country being present at their meeting on Thurs- should be taxed without representation, day evening; he did this, and also thanked The inequalty of them for the large support they accorded Taxation. him on a previous occasion when he should be remedied. No one could disappeared as a candidate for the lower pute that the working and middle classes House. (Applause.) He had also to now paid more than their fair share, apologise for the absence of Messrs Salom (Applause.) This question was continuand Simms who could not be present on ally talked about, but nothing was done that evening on account of another meet- in t...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

'VESSELS EXPECTED; V58"-- St :i.j j , Crawler, from Newcastle. } Kalafaome, from Newcastle. i .vBosphorns, harqne.froni Newcastle*; Saxon. — ~~ " j ' j •1 • Royal Sbe|jb*&,«w!frlm Par||&|lelkido. , .littbra, a-e., f^m^yrfc A^lara&.r ? ■'•-■ - ;&nu1«a.,froinPortPiffe.ti --,i' hx j j <^vernOr.X*SBgroy^,&t)jrtpES)rt Adelaide. Flinders, «.a., frjom Pop. Adelaide.] franklin, a.t., from -fort' Augusta.J

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OPENING OF THE KOOLUSGA INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

*"■••• OPENING OF THE KOOLUSGA ' ' INSTETUIE/• V The township of Koolunga holds a positron which we beiiere has not been attained by -anyplace of similst ^iz». in.cthe Australian colonies. The populftton is less than 150, tet this handful of people liafe been ^accessful within the last nine; months in rearing an Institute building that would do. Credit \±o any town .five times the size.. True, there are places that through "the fayor of one -or: fwo wealthy patrons have had. jSublic institutions raised without entailing bother on the people. Thisj howeyei'j has not been the case in^Jthe. present instance, as all, from the humblest , dweller ^ in the township to < the-j* more "prosperoSfe agriculturalist of the adjacent, -neighborhood, ha vew rough t witha singleness of purpose-for 'the accomplishment of this most laudable object. \ This band ofewilling workers his been guided in their work by Mr Tothill, the manager of the local branch of the National Bank, and to his unt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

1 5^®^K|fSisJ^"03|HERi |jl , Ji£J£$S4»$0^PI,!P$0rV£inVl,e *kat ^e - JEi* ' ^^i,agan,^m®|ffCED LIME BUtartNa ai WN%TYSri)E> aiid will be ^i2i;jasfc^io,e fip . . . ... MfifitLXD . . WaHaroo.ApriMJ, 1882JTI !' jMJkr ';1 TO CAPrf FORSALEi Mnfy Farm of 189 'Jttf divided into fifl^'a'ddocks, add on»hich.j is erected a hoii^e of .five rooms, with ttrajhtjl^ outbuildings: TChfe'lfend which ia clasj.ig situated, within an easy distance of a Bailwajr Station. * \ - " ; For . terms^e,, .apply, Jo Mr JXanA.f Auc- j tioni9erK*dftiBww* ' T.'NUGENT, ■ '• i i-^T^^p^lnrWyt; _ CUT FIREWOOD! CUT FIREWOOD«! CUT FIREWOOD! ! I Tffife %ifpBS6j[ti55k> ^i8 prepared to" ■'■ jeiiver h'lny part of the Mines o Xadina, Cut T^rewood inanj^qaantity at tb lowest possiwe ratWIfotB-liis Obfeff.and Firewood Establishment, Newtown. 1 , , * * - - -- ^ _ J- NbT^jJg.^* j PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, <fcc. "WX7" WAED bfrgstJ&form the pulje|§ j * ▼ • Ksdina • andc4i»»r ^jighfcpiJbcB.j that he is prepared...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

Welneaiday—rain B&r, 29-80/ : 5btarsd»^WTOd,'Wj4^ Bliowery, B&r.•3®>00.; ^pri<lay—Winil, W.N.W.. mod. fine, Bar.- 30-40.

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The Walaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

. .u W AkL AE0Qi<3ATtHBDAsr,$LLY 16827 i - iPs MoBday.. jj<^HLfe^elecitor« o!f SpuJrtv, - Aust rati# to elect-ei* !$ Legislative Council fofcS'&hei ne^t jlpii . times owing, td ; o - candidates when the:elee-' choice, but they otertaj&Jjf' l * hare ao-4ack complaint oa the i present offered the|j\ -.■:>. -.•' -I# km ■ 1 'services,- amongst nhom are men .who in the past bave done good service -for the I coantf-y, .aa Well as others that:.Jbave In other ways proved of the high pbsitioiS.' -whictb ;lhey seek to a!Mn- urse.4here ; are^also^ithose j *"^^i^^t^pieeIveS::;-""frho, can * only'' be ll&araid _i»ff adventurers* although by |l|iptramj they may^lickle"tbe: jsar8 of a popple. ^jjphere is little rear, however, of tbe Tatter class reaching a very high pasiti&n, as happily ' thft fejnd ofpeoplewhich ahey areaLle to captivate are, as they should be, in the minority in this and every other "coxiTitryvrbeTe 'education iias "made "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

'..^v -" ^inwilifep^riaaautf~1 ;:, (BeloreMgRBra JF. W. Gjimer and J. 3.} .-.- -■- ;V;"Jr, 4DfeTObi^_3". „"\ . ".; Scuiwtel jEddy wasbrougbt up on cliaJgVd 'wtti'leaVing wife and child'Wirty>ut; ■ r': adeqoaletneanB ofaupport. rJp " '"■. .i Plaintiff having asked the permission of ifee;Bench to withdraw; the information it ^m|ttoted oD payment ot ooata, £46s 8d. . - i The ,Court then row, " WANTED a GOOD GENERAL SERVANT Highest Wages. Apply. Mastfj&iKAii00i«M, ; .. - - ' f *i!i j- .: * "WallMOO. WANTED -8 GOOD BUflGT HORSE, moat be staunch and quiet. . Apply to_ ■ J* fcANG, . r Auctioneer, ?. • Kadina. ' \*7 ANTED a respectable SERVANT to .ww to act as HOUSESJAID, Ac. Apply Office of this paper,KadinaorWallaroo. ANTED at the HAMLEY MINE , ?ORTY <40) TONS GOOD SOUND MALLEE LOGS, from 9 to l4 inches in diameter, various lengths. Abo, 400 MAXjLEE, PINE, or TEA TREE posts* not less than -4 inches in diameter, and 7 feet long. Further particulars may be obtained at ...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, May 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

CO ■ • .-'t-j'fia S . ' jOffice, . ' • - • Wallaroo, May 9, 1882.' "Wallaroo— VVheat,J5s 9d. " ; ... ...J ' K*dina—WhWV/5V"?|-i. , , Moonta—Wiieati^s SdJ •' ■ 8nowtown^\Vb^t^^6<l.* ' Barunga G«p-iWheat, 6s 7£d. j . ■ , . ■ . Grreen^ filaintr-r^Wlieatj Ss 8£d.j ThefollbwiagKre Hue pwcea c^rrentfor prft i ace at Wall&roo^— ' . , : Fk>»r,:£.13:3dfe td£14 per ton. , Cash. . v:,l^n; ia 7£dbUa&el jter ton.Pollard,J.e Bidjper&uBbel per ton, botb . •• being wyftciAto.1 v -J'. f t S^fefer Officei'-MoHclaj, May 22. The wheat ojarket is qi^iet with fa upward tecdewy. Baling "pfice at "Port Adelaide, -6s 2d to 6s 3d "per onsbei. jPlonrl—Trading brands fire~BeHing at £14, and ordinary." at £13, bat without any -great demand. Bran, la 7d per bushel'; pollard 'Is Yd*; ■ oatB 4s to 4s 3d^ bariey 4a 3d;fo"4aHBd. ; ;

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

. frfrlir rn*nm ir t i Tlr n\ i n y -:.- a:ii:¥'t--¥:rN'G N E W S. ~ . abetted:; ; I We 'HBaSay. May 2t—Flinders, «.s., 275 tone, Aodirson, Bw«t«r, fp'tu DortAognBte. ^Tharsdac. Stay 35—Sloonta693, ton*. Cowan, m«»ter,-ftun Nmcu^s game ^ay—Luhm, a.*., 22* tone, lza.lt. master, from Fort Adelidde naVgiitocols. , Triday—labra,' TO'-tbqhjJzatlBggtolEr. from Franklin Harbor. ^ ^K''K

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

Shipping. . FROM WALLABOO. t ff&l SPENOEE'S J. ffUIf STEAM i£jggPg|g£& SHIP COY,, LIMITED. £ m r'fl I f>v£g3am* Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable f FLINDERS, x FOR PORT AUGUSTA-^ SuhdayMOBKISG J ; at 7 a.m. ° r EMU, FOB PORT PIRIE—j Thobsdat, Cat 7 o'clock a.m — 0——■ ■ • f~ ' LU BRA, PORTLINCLON ^ Thxtesdat or "Fbidat, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. -o • f FLINDERS, - ----- . ^BI)ysBD at. I at 5 o'clock. p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—! —o— I FRANKLIN, 1 8 XTTTBD AT, ^ at 5 o'olook. p.m. o . FOR f LTTBRA, FRANKLIN | Axthenate THUBSDA-Tfi HARBOR V. AtSpjn. -——® _ Passage money must l>e paid before embarkation. No orders .taken. ~ All claims for abort delivery or -damage mast be rendered within 24 hours of vessel'? discharge; and none will be Admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at \ . time of discbarge. Ail cargo is carried by these steamers •object to the clauses and -exceptions on the Compe?1*' -form ofUi! 1 of Lading- _ \ The Spencer's Gu...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

■ - -----——- —--"~-iaiHjntTO. — ■ "•—H Ei Lubra—For W»ila.roo^ ^arnett. 32 Smith, 16T.H. Hall, 12 Barton, 18 Co-Op. Society, 6 J. Hall, 2 Gervasie 1 -MftTdon,-a9 an-t"trnrtier,--Davie8-*-Oor.-48"S»«b.68 North and.HwfTOOTiB^M^I^rk&^pof^) field 4 Co- ^Bfks. 4 M,, - 23 May. 24 W^S. 'W<3rttBx, ^Walferoa Hiaes. 8 Slack-' nev. 7 Thorn*#-*-White, 25 Levido, 2; Cropley, 2 T*ye. 2 Bollinejw,-4,<Wn^ Forteogtpm-^toW^jj'^'f; ijlate, 8tepn" Ti-r Wormtal.*SB-SL6DB eoilii'74>-i ? i

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SAM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 27 May 1882

samum' ^ "Wednesday, May 24-JMwbm5^.b.» 275JmBis, m I>fer. for Paillm delaine. Thursday—IiuIh* «4U Hi Sj^pM^niasl^Bfor. Franklin Hartwr. • Friday, J4ay SS—Labia, 224 tons, Isatt, znaster/for Fori Adelaide via Pert Idncoln.

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THE CRICKET SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

THE CRICKET SCANDAL. The Committee of the Marylebone Cricket Club have examined Ulyett concerning the rumours of a collusion between members of Shaw's team and the Book-r makers. He repudiates the scanda1, and states that it has no fonndalion in fact.

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MOVEMENTS OF TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 31 May 1882

MOVEMENTS OF TUBKEY There are a number of Turkish transports lying at Rhodes, with 10,000 soldiers on board, ready for instructions.

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