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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. London, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

IiATJEST tfJfiiVS. ETTROPEA^TELEGRAMS. T • ' : ' . ••• AFFAIRS IN EGYPT. London, June 15. The shipping in Alexandria is inadequate to convey the fugitives from the place. The Khedive is asking the Saltan for troops. The Europeans have Barricaded their houses. All the English residents have left Cairo. The feeling is very strong against Gladstone for his jrant of energy and decision in this matter. The Channel Squadron passed Gibralter on the 16th Jane. It is estimated that two hundred and fifty (250) Europeans have been killed. Corpses are being daily washed ashore. The agitation is extending. into the interior of the country

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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BANQUET TO THE MINISTRY AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

MISISTfiYAT^ ;V:;rKADINA. •' - •' : • ■ '* So' far'as numbers are concerned there is little doubt the banquet which was giyen, to the Ministry at Kadina last' night, at;'^f Oddfellows' Hall, is the most success- ! fol. gathering of the kind that hoe ever been j held in this part of the colony. The Mayor of Kadina (Mr J", J"; Christmas)iOCCupied the chair, and was supported on his right by the Chief Secretory, the Hon. 2L. D. Boss, the Minister of Education^ and'Mr W.'Towriiehd, M.P., and on his left by the Attorney-General, the Treasurer, and Messrs Furner, and Beaglehole, members for the 'district. The dinner was such as would have satisfied the most fastidiou, and reflected great credit on the caterer, Mr James HaII, of the Miners' Arms. After full justice had been done to the spread the Chairman gave the usual loyal and patriotic toaBts which were duly honored. Councillor Jko. Mitchell proposed " The Ministry." The proposer referred to the honor of having no less than (our Minist...

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LOAN FOR CAPE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

LOAN FOE CAPE COLONY. lhe loan for Cape Colony has been successfully floated* Over £10,000,000 w ere subscribed, at an average of £95.

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THE SPORTSMAN CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

THE SPORTSMAN CHALLENGE CUP. Laycocb, Pearce an3 Largsn will row on the Thames for the Sportsman Challenge Cap on the 20th Jane.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Lubra, for Wallaroo—77 -and timber.Davies: and Co., 10 Smelting Works, X Thomas, 32 North and Harman. 1 Bristowa, 5 May, 50 Bath, 23 8nr-~ ton, 4 Richardson, 2 Hardy, Heath, 6 Bollmeyer, 8 Trye. 11 Bristowe, 4 Cropley, -■ Levido, 32 Go-Op. By., IS Borpde, 1 Mklcoim. For Kadina—^3 Haddy, timber Horwood, 43 Borlace, 4 Qninton, '4 Brown, 9 •Tas. Hall, 7 Anson, 2 Clark & Co., 4 Barnett, 14 Thomas & White, 22 Harris & Dawe, 1 Cook, 9 Secombe, 8 Blackney, 3 WilliamB, 28 ftosewarne, For Franklin Haabor—2 plrge. Dall; and original cargo from .fort Aiieiniac.

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Register Office, Thursday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

Register Office, Thursday, June 15. The wheat market is extraordinarily quiet, with no enquiry and no anxiety on the part of holders to sell, even in the face of reported San ITraneieco shipments; ruling' price still6s 3d Port Adelaide. Flour-—Town brands, £14, country do,£13. Bran le 9d perbushel: pollard la 9d do ; oats 4s to 4s 3d do ; barley 43.3d to 4s 6d do. • ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

NOTICE TO LADIES. CHAD WICK'S This Cotton does not Twist or Carl up in th and; is Elastic and Smooth THE STRONGEST AND BEST SEWING COTTON SOLD EVERYWHERE.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

EXPORTS. Per Lubra, for Port Adelaide—42 hide's, 9 Mis. skins, Crompton; 8 empty cases, 3 do. casks, Batty & Horsfall; 4 do. brls., Smith. ■ ;

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, June 16,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. I Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, Jane -16,1882. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5b lOd. Kadina—Wheat, 5s 9d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7dBarunga G-ap—Wheat, 5s8d. - Green's Plains—Wheat, 6b 9di The following are the prices current foir produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. Cash. Bran, Is 7|d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 9Jd per bushel per.ton,, both being Terj scarce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

* ' ~ !!'' J . - ■ -■ VI, TVJ OTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, That ' pereuEe' Catting iDi^ns, across, xoadei-. *fe requested to slope all -aidee-off to prevent acccidents orinconrence to traffic. -;"• >: Q2£ ZC By order. -J. WILLSHIRE, — Clert. CUT FIREWOOD J • ^^;FIRBW<^©V. } CUT riBEWOQDJj T ' THE UHDEB8IGN ED is prepared l to -deliver in any part. of .the Mines o Kadina, Cot Firewood in. any. .qoantity at th possible rates from his^G/hafFatid Firewood Sitablithttent, Newtown. : . , J- NOTTLE.r < PAINTING, PAPE RHAN GIN G, &c. WWABD begs to inform the public of • Eidioi and the neighbourhood, that hit Is prepared to do, all ports of \york in House sad Carriage Painting' "ic. *' " 1 Orders may be left at Mrn E. sJ«ili#,a, . Taylor Street, Kadina,'until further-ntStice. ■ ■■■' •- ■■■■': i- uj W. WARD, HOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTER DECORATOR, to . V TAYIiOE-STEKET,' KuSIKAi; ■ • /- .i.; BY Appointment to his EXCELLENCY' 8IE W. F. D, JERYOIS. , j PICKLING &amp...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. . Wodonga, from Newcastle. Veralam, from Newcastle. Phoenix, from Port Adelaide. ' . ■

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882, [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

Wallaroo Cunts. WALLAROO. SATURDAY, 3DNE 17, 1882, Oy Wednesday last in the House of Assembly Mr Beaglehole asked—"What steps are the Government taking for . the conservation of water on Yorke'a Peninsula ?" Th© Commission of Crown Lands {Hon. A. Catt) replied :—' Reservoirs to contain one million gallons each are now being constructed on Moonta travelling* stock reserve, Eadina; Section 540, Hundred Clinton ; Section 401, Hundred Tipara; Section 64w, Hundred of 3D1kerran; and four more are proposed to be made in Hundreds of Tipara, Tickera, Ninnes, and Wiltunga of same capacity. \The construction of a reservoir to hold not less that six million gallons is now under consideration.' He: added that a ' great deal of work had been done on the Peninsula dariDg the last" few months in the matter of water {conservation, ' and wherever a difficulty bad been felt the Government had met itas far as possible. A great number of wells had .been cleaoeu out, others had been sunk, and pi' tnps an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

this evening, ' INSTITUTK HAf/L, ' WAI.LAKOO. W: TOWNSKND, ESQ., M.}', has kindly consented to deliver hi6 Popular Lecture, entitled, "LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF LONDON LIFE," In aid of the Funds of the Institute, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, June l7.; Musical Selections at Intervale, All. are inyited. Doora open atiT.30, Lecture to,commence at, | 8 o'clock. j ADMISSION—ONE SHILLING. W. H. LETHT5BY, Hon. Sec. KADINA INSTITUTE. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, KADINA. LECTURE b? W. TOWNSEND, Esq., M.P. THE COMMITTEE of the above Institute have very great pleasure in informing the public of Kadina and neighborhood . that W. ^Uownsend, Esq.j M.P-, has kindly consented to deliver his well bnovrn lecture, entitled "Lights and Shadows of London Life," in the above Hall, on MONDAY EVENING, June 19, 1882, in aid of the Institute Building Fund. Mueio at Intervals. J. N. LEWIS, Secretary pro tem PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, KADINA. ORGAN OPENING SERVICES. ON JUNE 18 AND 19. Services to be continued on June 18 and 19,...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. " j &OBphBrnB,b&rqne,from Newcastle. 1 Pak Wan, from London via Port Adelaide. J. i.. Hall, from Newcastle. ■ ' Moonta, ship, from Newcastle. . Kalahome, from Newcastle. Saxon, from Newcastle. Franklin, e.B., from Port Adelaide. Flinders, e.e., from Port Angusta. Bmm, a.s., frow Port Pirie. Xiabntj e.B., from Port Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY ' AS IT IS. UNDER the aboye title the undersigned ' iB republishing (by kind permission of the proprietors of the Register) -the \ SKETCHES which are now appearing . in that Journal beaded "The Parliamentary j Party in the Northern Territory." A limited number of advertisements will be received. Orders for copies may be left at the Y. P. Advertises Ofbice, ■ or with Messrs a. Gramtnet, Moonta; - JJirke,, Wal. laroo ; and H. Anson, Kadina, who haye be£o appelated agents. W. 5. SOWDEN " Register" Office, Adelaide NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLAROO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. , The terms in future will be as follows:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) 3s. Do. do. credit (postage ircludbd) ... ... ... 4s. Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. F. TAYLOB. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882.

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PORT AUGUSTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

POET AUGUSTA. " Our Port lias been rather lively during tbe last few days as we have bad a number of visitors from Adelaide who have , availed themselves of the opportunity i afforded by tbe Government of getting a free trip to tbe Northern Districts. It has certainly been a pleasant holiday for them, as we have been having glorious weather and & very good thing for some lines of business in tbe Port, although it is very doubtful whether those for whom the free pasBes were intended by the Government have really benefitted to the extent which ttey ought. We have had repreaentativesof all trades «nd callings but very few selectors. However, there is no doubt that some amount of good to the noi;th will result from the trips. '..V The country at present presents a magnificent appearance, some of the crops feeing six or eight inches above ground And tiae_ plants very strong and healthy.; the (Trass is also growing very fast and it does tiot'scem so soft for this, time of the year...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

WEATHER. Wednesday Jane 14—Wind, S.W., fr8Bh, showery, I Bat. 30*06- 1 Thnrsday, June 15—Wind, . W.N.W., fresh, j showery, Bar. 30 00. . j Friday, Jane 16—Wind, Variable, light, cloudy, Bar. 30*00.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

v ; ^ :v/:vTnla:MKaiii~'--:--.'^:' i Harbour Office* Wallaroo. - Tune signal on fcJ»e.&OFernment flagetaff at j , «he ffarbouc-Masters residence the flag«.JELjj (white atidred,) will be hoisted to the .ead every Sunday morning at five minutes ' to eight o'clock, A.delnide mean time, and J&ttl the instant of eight o'clock, the flag will dibp' corresponding to^ Greenwich meantime 10a, 45m 88 7s. After the time signal has been made tlie Union Jack will be hoisted. J. CARSON QimZZS?,—

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

, ; Shipping., FBOM 'WAT1T.1AB.OO. *. ^ ;! mHBBPBNO^B's 1 fluif steam COY., LIMITED* | vajgsS^B' Dispatch theii Steamere as | under, when, practicable :—■ - f PLI5DBBS, FOB POET AUGUSTA \ StrxoxxWovsiSB / ;(J at 7 a.m. ... . *° r BMtr, FOR PORT PIECE—< Thobsdat, j£at 7 o'clock a.*n. 0—— . /. f LUBBA, . POBT LINCLON-i Thxjbsday or FaipjS, *v «t4p,c]ocip-'n: ° f FilNDBBS, I WBBUSPHiT. I at 6 o'clock, p.m. POET ADEIiAIDB. | j at 5 o'clock. p.m. FOB f LtTBBA-i FBANKLIN } Ambmtatb thtofldate HABBOB L At 2p;*n. - -—,—o Passage money hxtst be paid before embarkation. S3 orders taken. All for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hoar* of «wel b discharge; and none will fo admitted for breakage, &e., unless Bame is pointed out at time 6f discharge. , All cargo is carried by these steamers sapject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form ofBill ofLading- , The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. S. WA35D, Agent, Wallaroo . Conveyances: OPIE'S ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

—o— SAILED. Wednesday, June 14—Flinders,- S.8., 275 toss, • Anderson. master, for Port Adelaide; . Thursday, June Is—Kma, e.a.. 395 tons, Creer, master, for Porta Germein and Pirie. Same day—Imbra, a.a., 224 tons, Campbell, mastor, for Franklin Harbor. Passengers—Mrs Hicke, Hra Eendell and 3 children.- Hiss Carstaire, and Mjfb Bower. Firday, Jane 16—Charles and Arthur, 170 tons. Begant, master, tor Sontbpot. Same day—Paxara, 36 tons, Bayley. master, for Moonta Bay: J

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