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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 17 June 1882

SHIP PI N G ,Nlf S:: ABETTED. Wednesday. Jane 14-rFUnders, s.s., .. 275 tons; Anderson, maeter, from Port Avcusta. Thursday, Jacel5—Emu, c.«., 393 tens, Creer, laaeter, from Port Adelaicl&r Sane —I/ukra, 224 ton a,: Isatfc;anaBter;, from fort Adelaide Tia Fort Lincoln and Hoonta Bay. Passengers—Messrs Agere (iK'Symes, Fry. Vanghan. Threfia.ll, and Miller, in the cabm ; 3 in the steerage. Same day—P&rara. 36 tons, Bulgy, master, from Port Pins.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

- - -- W">~ •"'- ■ CLINTON HIETRICT^^UISCIL. T ' .I6;0to . JL» persons Cutting TOrairiB across roada,. «m requested to eloped all eidjea off to prevent acccidects or inconvence'tb'triffic. J ■ > - . ' ' . \K:i:rfJ<L. Clert. , •• gbeen-s \38u&Bai1 COUNCIL. { TV OTICE IS HEREBY GX^EN^ THAT JL* ALLRATES nbw^ii'apreft^; i&« be. paid at once, or otherwise arraihged for! " • . ' • ;38y:wier'' 'i f.oJi rj " i ... . ■ J AS.' W LLLSUlR©,".^ j . , Clerk, j PAINTING, PA-PERHA^GIN^&o. j WWABP Wgs to.iiiform We^blio of • Kadina and the1 neighbourhood,, Orders may be left at Mr Taylor. ; ' -.1 HOUSE AND CARRIAGE PAINTER, DECORATOR, Ac. =-i ^ ! Tayloh-Stbbet, Kadina. ; BY Appointment to "Tub .E3LCELLEKC5SIR W.F.D. JERVOIS. i riOKLING & CO., : TAILORS, HATTERS, OUTFITTERS, &d 4, RUNDLE STREET,.:, Aiiier,A:n)j!^ ; g "S. BENNETT, (Late'of AdfelaideS, . TAYLOR-STREET,. KADINA., T\E ALE R in FANCY ■- " GOODS, of all descripWATCHES, CLOCKS; itad J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

EECHABMB ; - 3^gi^^JC4 AT MG5WINTER.. MONDAY, JUNE 26. THE GBASD: ANNUAL J^TIYAL - )OF THE" ' ' HOPE OF KADINA TENT, ;i" ... -. And the RISING STAB OF KADINA TENT OF . .. ' / JUVENILES, OF 1$ms INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ; ^ RECHABITES, Will, be held on the MATTA FLAT, AT MIDWINTER, MONDAY, JUNE 26. A. SCOTT, Chairman, JOS. TREGLOAN, Secretary. | KADINA INSTITUTE. B A lT\ A K In aid of Building Fund. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, 26th, 27th and 28th June. IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, KADINA. H. R. Hancock, Esq., J*P., has kindly consented to open the Bazaar -at 3 o'clock afternoon. Particulars in future issue. J.N.LEWIS, 'j Sec. pro. tem. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES, H. PEARSON'S Or RATES STREET, KADINA. H PEARSON whilst thanking the * public for the LIBERAL PATRONAGE which they have accorded him in the past, wishes te inform those who havo not already favoured bits, that he has one of the LARGEST AND BEST-ASSORTED STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES IN THE DISTRICT, Winch he IS OFFERING AT THE LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES! Men's Strong Boots, at 12s per pair, worth 14s.. Men's Elastic Sides, at 12s per pair, good value. "Women's Toe Cap Lasting, at 6s per pair. Good line in Women's Kid Boots, at 6s. Children's Boots, from Is 8d per pair. Also ' Leather, Nails, Pegs, Boot-Buttons, Peerless Gloss, &c. Call at onee and save money by purchasing from H. PEARSON, (Between Messrs Rendell and John Clark's), GRAVES STREET, KADINA. ' NOTICE. "fcTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That -L* on and after this date all PIGS, GOATS, FOWLS, &c., found TRESPASSING on Section 572, Hundred of Wallaroo, County of Daly, will be destroyed. R. S. ...

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HISTORY OF RODERICK MACLEAN. (Abridged from the "European Msil") [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

-."V HIS OF -R<3DEjKICJC : : ? . . . .MACLEAN. : , 1 '<f&bride«d:ito(iii.;ih6 '' Ewopean Msil ') In V The History of My Life," written by Roderick Maclean previous to hts'-trial for bigb treason towards thie person of.the i Sovereign, ibe compilar;. begins his story by ^observing ibst tbe first few years-at tbeaawnof bis life were *' as happyas as any youthful days could-be," the school be tben attended being in Harley Street, Cavendish Square, London, an establish, ment for delicate young gentlemen requiring maternal' care. Aboat this time his father, who had been in ^omparatii-e affluence, failed in business, an unfortunate eircumstouee. whicb compelled bim (Roderick) to seek employment away fro® borne.'' His efforts were not crowned, with success, and after quiUine in disgust a sifcustionwbieb be obtoiued in Sent, be wandered on his return to a bridge .spanning the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, ' Then,,, seeing some, children playing, he, promp...

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LAND OCCUPATION IN THE DRY DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

LAND OCCUPATION IN -THE DRY D1STEICTS. Australian experience proves that' as cultivation increases, so does the quantity of prater available for stock, for domestic, and other purposes. It would be shown that in certain districts the effects of clearing off the indigenous timber, and bringing the land under grass and:, cultivation, have also been to increase . th8 water supply in creeks, waterholes, and wells. This is contrary to experience elsewhere, as would appear from several: writers .who have delt with this subject. It certainly is Australian experience, and is one of the reassuring features of the. great and decided benefits which must continue to follow settlement in .the colonies. But the object in view in this; paper, is not to discnss the pros and cons Oi rainfall and evaporations—all worthy though the subjuct is of consideration in the Rural-—but rather to. .work .out practically what has been and may be done by storing the rain that falls, even in the dry districts. Whi...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

EXPORTS. .'"7 .v, y * • _. I -Vernlsm, for Newcastle, 49S ions copper ore."" Phoenix, for Newoa8tle, 367 tons copper ore. Wo donga, for Newcastle, 153 tonsoopper ore. —o—" V ' . . .. -

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TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

^^SomeyearB ago a .di?tirigqislied, poet injthe - wtote.tmdpubliBhed the following pretty ■'poems—;,v/' -v - *" . One night sis old St. Peter slept," .. '" 4 . Sfo left the; door*>f Heaven ajar^ When through, a little'angel crept . .. And came down with a. falling star. 'OneieuiBiner.&B.ihe blessed beams , j- Of morn approached,anybluBhirigbride: . .Awakened .from some -pleasant dreams And -found that.arigelbyher side.. - GoSgratit'bnt this-~[ asfc no more—:.. •.That - when he teares this world of pain , He'll w ing hia -way -toitbat .bright shore* Andfipd the road to lleayen again. \John- G-.r-:-Sax0 not toheoutdcme, and deeming that injustice had, been-done to . St; Peter, Tfrote the following as '" • ' ^PETEE'S SEPIT. Fall eighteen hundred years or more ' *. Fye kept my! gate securely fast; - ' - There has-no ** little angel" left, And gone down with a falling star. . Go apt that Mashing bride, and see If she don't frankly own and say That when she found that angel bab...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED: - B ^spheres, barque, from" Newcastle. Pak Wan. from London via Fort Adelaide. J. L. Hall, from- Newcastle. , . Koonta, ship, from Newcastle. Kalahome, from Newcastle. • Saxon, from Newcastle. « ■ Franklin, 8.8., frem Port Adelaide. Flinders, e.g., from .Port Augusta. _ Governor Masgrave, from Port Adelaide. Emu, s.b., from Port Pirie. Labia, b.s., from Port Adelaide. . . —o—

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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

THE RACES. L There was a fair attendance ~ at the! Morphettville races to-day. -The follow*; ing are tbe particulars of. the events. r' 1 Hurdles. : Encounter ... x . ... — ; Struct OH ... ..v; ... •- 2 Dutchman ... - . -,v 8 Seeujlng.Stakes. Oyster-shell ... I All-smoke • ... 2 Souventr ... ... "... 3 VieroEiA Cug. Prometheus ... ... 1 Tyropean ... .„ ... 2 Topaz ... ... ... 8 Steeplechase. Hotspur ... ; ... :- U.: 1 • Blue Mantle ... ... 2 Partner ... '" 8 _ Accession. Handicap. Tconketchen ...- :.., 1 Pride of tbe Mora ... :2 . Glory .... .. . ... 3 Midnight. Tbe BarosBa Flax. Milling Company are planting .20 acres of land this year . The Will of the late Mr John Hart bequeathes the sum of £250 to the Cottage Home. The Art Exhibition at tbe Town Hail las been very largely attended. At the Bicycle tournament at eleven to'Mght tbe following distances-had been covereo Eolfe ... 230 miles 8 laps. Press ... 222 " 3 " Spieer 197 " 0 " Gault ... 126 " 0 « The others are nowhere.' Bolfei...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

WEATHER. Hatnrday, Jane 17—Wind, N.W.. light, rfine Bar. 30-10. Sunday, Jane 18—Wind. - S.W., light» Bar 30-20. Monday- Jane 19—'Wisd. 8.W.,' light, cloudy. Bar. 3030. :• :• ' Tuesday, Jane 20—Wind.; W-N.W., freSh. .ploudy. Bar. 30-30.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. j : Tuesday, 8 pan. The football match between the South Melbourne and Soath Adelaide clubs, -played to-day, was wen by the former, -with 6 goals and 18 behind^to lgoaland .2 behinds. •a"'.4 i la the Wirrabara: forest planting operations, are being vigorously proceeded with, and the season Is exceptionally fine for the work. ~ There are great demands from farmers for the plants. Already there are about 200,000 in the noraery, half of which have been promised already.; The natural regeneration of the forest is| highly satisfactory. !

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, June 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo* Jurio -16j-l882. Wallaroo—Wheat, SalOd. Ejidina—Wheat,6s 9d. :>-? Moonta—Wheat, 5a Snowtown—Wlieat, 5s 7d- ;; Baranga Gap—Wheat, 5a8d. Green's Plains—Wlieat, 5s 9d. The following are the prices -oarrent for produce at Wallaroo■ Flour, £13 158 to £14 per ton. Cash. -■ Bran, la. 7£d per bushel per ton. : Pollard, Is 9|d per bushel;: per ton, both ; being very scarce. Register Office, Mondaj, June 19. The wheat market itr quiet, with' ^nothing j offering, and still no demand. - Boiling price is now 6a 3d at Port. : In flonr/ town brands; are worth £14, and country brands. £13 per; ton, No business jjs mentioned.. Br^n^ Is .9d per bnshel; poliard, le 9d do ; oats, 4s to 4s 3d do: bnrlej 4s 3d to 4s 6d.do. - • :'' "' 1 \ : : i.

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TERRIFIC STORM IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

TERRIFIC STORM IN AMERICA. A most disasterons tornado haabeen experienced in the Western States of America. Upwards of one hundred persons have been killed, and the loss io property is estimated at two million dollars.

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PEODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

ELDER, SMITH ADELAIDE • PEODUCE SEL'ORT. The demand forali kinds'jof station produce continues Tery__aotiye, __and_.„ daring .the past week conBiderablequaijtitiee hare been said at satisfactory rates. 7The market for breadstoffg shows a'tendeacy precede,~<a&d in order to effect Bales it is "necessary to accept : lower prices than wore current a week ago.— j Wool;:—The few-iota - of":greasy an'd seoilred wool submitted at jour.,sales pji Tuesday Wre keenly competed fo.v and' fetched good prices considering the quality.' -fl-realy .".CTOSsTjrpd pieces realised .up "to Sd.'per.Jfc, and inferior merino brought -from . "to; 7 jd. -.Latest telegrams from London reajjeoting the present series of wool salesrepprt the'depiand.a* firm and active.—We ' A large catalogue at our i;a]§ on'TfleBSay/WbBEi we had a full attendance of buyers/ and brisk competition for all ;:the skins we offered. The better class of merino skins fetched up to 4s 2d each and seconds realised from 2s...

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RELIEF FOR DISTRESSED EUROPEANS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

BELIEF FOE DI8TBESSED EUROPEANS IN EGYPT, A fond bas keen organized at the Mansion Honse for the relief of Europeans who hare goffered in the. : late distrubasces in Egyp*.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

Time signal onthe Government 2^gstaj£«t; «he tianbour-Masters residence th^j||agrsH» ■ {white and red,) rwill be hoisted totfi&ttr ..ead every- Sunday mornhig st fi^iiiiimtes ' to eight o'clock, A-delnide mean tim©/^dJ,6n the instaut of eight j'clock, the flag wiu'firo^ corresponding to Greenwich mean time lOh 45m 38 7s. After the time eigoal has bean made-the Union Jwk wll^frAwgted.^. J. CAESOSr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

;--r. '*■*" ~ — - " , • - ; ■ • . :i*. Shippi ■ wix^s^ ;/; ^ «S4^^ fTWQE S?0O¥B'S X <2ULfsteam nlm^wr^ gTTrp"nV HMB®D, 'CStSSBdMESHS* Dispatch &6ir Steameir* its under, when practicable FOR POET AUGUSTA f . ... .^. - ■ . aty ».in. ■ -...-■. '. • ~~~7Z,:.'' EMU, FOB POET PTRTTC— jP IThpbsdax, - X at 7 ;o-c1ooV"a.m. f j, LUBEA, POET LINCLON^ Taxn^jar' or 'FBttiY, 'v :;«t 4o'clocfep.*a. f FLINDERS, ] VSSOSD^T. . at 6 o'clock, p.m. POET ADELAIDE.—* y -^o-1 EEANKLtSr, SATtrE3>i.y, :, at 6 o'xIockI p.m. FOE f^fCLUBEA, FRANKLIN -I Aixbbkaxb THUBSDAX'S HAEBOE V At 2 p.m. " -—o '■ *Y ": " Passage money Stobt be paid before embarkation. No orders taken. _ All claims for short delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hoars ef vereel'-8 discharge?;'- and none irilT be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. . - • .. All cargo is carried by these steamers sab-I ■ject to the classes, and.-exceptiops on the Company' form of Bi...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

SAILED. •: ' - j Saturday. June 17—FraBMin.B.*., 393tone, Crocker, master, forPort AdelaideS mil day, Jane 18—Flinders, >a.s, .'275- tone, Andersen, master, far Port Augusta. Same day—Terulam,- 493 cons', Osborne, master, for Newcastle. Tuesday, June 20—PhCBnix, 340 tons, Ward, master, Tor Newcastle. Same day—Wodonga, 282 tons, Dalztel, master, for Newcastle. - — Tuesday. Jone „20—Governor Muflgrave. Oairingcon. master^ forport Adelaide.'- • , Same day—Margaret, 03., JUvies, master, for Port Adelaide. : ■

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 21 June 1882

S H I P P I N G AEEIVED, J Saturday. Jane 17—Franklin, s.s., 393 tons, Crooker, master, from Porl'Angnafsa: ' • o . 1 s *' ?v c Satidnj. June 18—Governor Mn^grave. si.. Carrington, master, from Port Piri^V ' j - .. , i ' Same day—Margaret, 8--B., I>ftvies*, master, from Pjrt Pirie. ' . ?■- -? '• .j . Sunday, June 18—Flinders,: . Anderson. Master, from PortAdelaule. - ~

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