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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

NOTICE TOfffiEa^Llc:' ;' To-day the' printed in a new aiid enlftTgecl form; . The terms in future wili^e Mr ft# ' lows: ' Per quarter in advance (postage included) " ... .7. ~3s. Do. do. credit'^jtef^«5i? i*. &■ included), ..>> -> ^ ?> rVQ^"? Single Copy—TWIJPllICE. Subscriptions will onl^ be considered in advance if paid dimng &evffiret month in each. quarter. *. D. & A. Fi TAYEOR; ' Times Office. jfjju'. "Wallaroo, Jan.. 4,1882. ,;. . •, • MOONTA AG-ENC^; ;r :.>> ^ MR D. ARCHIBALB, CommiB&ion Agent, &c., is; instructed to :Act /as AQ-fiNT for this papar in' MooBta ;and neighborhood, to recei vearders for Advertisements, printing of every ^escrjpt.iog, names subscribers, &rt .. ,■ . ........ Any orders entrusted ~ t6 hiti? will have prompt attention. Juno 24, 1882. ; f ..

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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GERMANY OPPOSED TO THE ANGLO FRENCH OCCUPATION OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

GERMANY O PPOSED. TO THE ANGLO FfiENCH OCCUPATION OP EGYPT. ''• ^ Prince Bismarck las signified 'his di«approval of the Anglo-French occupation of Egypt. ^

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

IMPORTS,;i'.: ; • Ei Lnbn, for Wallaroo—SS kntl tiihber Davies *nd Co.. 2 Croploy, 1 Birks, 20 Mar, -16 Korth and ! Harm&u, 8 Smith 12 I>affieia& Go., 12, SmeltingWorts, SSflorpee, 4 Bristewe., 6 $>arkte/421>tiier," H Biohaxdson, 3 Oo-OpeiatiPB-;Sobiet.y, "i 'Heath, 7 ! Bath, 3 Trye, 7 Boiimeyer, 5 • Graves,• 2.Bprtibn, 6 liefido, 21 Thomas', 4 Dobbin"/-! ^Kichard»o^.»For.,, Snowtown.—1 Barrett, timber H»iniingr ;* For-' Kadina.—5 Hall, 3 Williams, 2 Thompson,-! <Juinton. 1 Gaukell, 18 Wallaroo Mines/? JBrownJ2;Laiig'.' 11T. Ilall, 21 Phillips. 7 Treglwm, 1 Borlacs^ 28: Kurllla Mine, 5 Bftrnett, S AtaBOn. ■. ' *

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KADINA INSTITUTE. SPECIAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

: KADIjSTA rNSTITDTE. I Special Meeting of Scbscbibebs. . A special'meeting of subscribers to the Kadina Institute was held in the Institute Beading Boom, on Tuesday evening, .the 20th June. ThWre was a very large' attendance. The President fF. W. Gurner, Esq., J.P. J occu^iecl the chair.' . : The Chairman intimated that the meeting was called -for - the - purpose of appointing two committee men ; and likewise with, a .siew-ofaffording the sab • scribers an opportunity of inspecting the plans of the proposed Hall, about to be erected in; conneqtipn with the Beading ; Boom. j;s i;:rThe electionof. Committee men was then proceeded with, and resulted in Messrs J. Stylesland NvRosewaroe being duly -aleeted. Mr John J. Christmas was also elected to the office of Secretary, vacated by Mr E. W. Minchin, and Mr J. N. Lewis, Treasurer,* in lieu of Mr C. S.-ManhS a • • . The Chairman then called upon Mr Anson, vice president^ to furnish the coeetiiiLg with his report, giving'the financial pon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

WELSH CHURCH WALLAROO. THE REY. F. W. COX, of the Hindmarsb Square Congregational Church, Adelaide, WILL PREACH in the above Church to-morrow, SUNDAY JUNE 25 ; in the morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 6.30. ON MONDAY EVENING-,.June 26. Mr Cos will DELIVER his POPULAR LECTURE " Egypt, Ancient and Modern," in the above church. Chair to be taken at 7.30, by Mr TJios. Davies J.P. The choir will render some selection Qf music. Admission EVee, COLLECTION in aid of Trust Fund. ST. MARY'S CHURH, WALLAROO. THE VERY REV., the Administrator, DEAN RUSSELL, B. D., will p. V. CONDUCT SERVICE and PREACH in the above Church on: MONDAY evening next, June 26th. Service to commence at 7 p^m. SUBJECT—Explanation of the object of the Young Men's Friendly Society, and after -service to enrol members. CHEAP BOOTS & SHOES, H. PEARSON'S 6BAVES 8TEEET,- KADINA. H PEARSON whilst thanking the • public,, for the LIBERAL PATRONAGE which they have accorded him in the past, wishes te inform those...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

BXPOKTS. v vi;• .r A y; Per Iiubra, for Port Adelaide—32 taipttfesSiBitlt 2 do Primrose," 13 bdle. SfcepfrnnH, 2fi hiflp^f?iriiiY|tta»n 1 case oopper Crooks & Barton.1 " 1 '-**'

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, l882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

WAL.LABOO,' SATDBDAX, JUNE 24/:l882.' '{ Bra letter in finotbefr'6$p&p^fromltbe Head Master, it w i 1 Ibe. seeoith at tlieWal laroo Educational Inatitiltfe-' '#Kidi -has just concluded its iii$fc far, been highly satisfactory. Acting upon; the promises of further -support that have been given, and the expre&sipni .df fiiiis^ faction tendered by: those. .whose boys Aave attended, the promotershave decided . to make it a permanent institution; and-- in order to" rehder ; it - of real service to . the... district Ivy admitting larger numbers, the -site, for -ia school has been purchased, and a building worthy of the place -wiji he' commenced at once. When the matter-seas first mentioned we held that-in adistWcf having: -a population of something'in or ^ tftan ra.000 it was highly" desiraBle "tliaT^we should li y ?;•]. Si*** i r-'.Tf, have an estahlis]i^rjTc<^able^«f ju-brjd; . ing a higher class of edHgajjpp ;thatt. is Obtainable under the present elate Syste...

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AMERICAN FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

!'; - jAl^RIGAkiiobDi " ^ . Diminished | export of formerly aban dant food supplies has been the constant tale we have bad of late from the United States. The effect of one year's bad, harvest in cheeking the overflow not of bread-staffs and maize alone, but of all the varied provisions whichAmeriea seeds Is very remarkable. The most recent figures which have been furnished by our own Foreign Office to the Central Chamber of . Agriculture stiil indicate a continued dr6p all round. Whether we taie the single month of -February and contrast it,with the February of 1881, or draw our comparision between the first two months of each year, or between much longer periods, the same general impression is conveyed. The grain and breadBtuffs of all* sorts leaving American ports in February last represent a value of over. half a million sterling less than the ship ments of the. same period of 1881, those of 1882 thus far over a million behind, while for the eight" months since harvest the falli...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Offices, Wallaroo. June 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

COMMERCIAL. ;u#■; , * j Wallaroo Times. Office, Wallaroo. Juno. 16. 1882. . •. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 10d. ,. ^ . Kadina—Wheat,6s9<3. . . p- ■ Moonta—Wheat, Ss 9d. ' . Snowtown—Wheat?,6s:7dBaranga Gap—Whfeat/Ss fifd;Green's Plains—rWheat.-SB 9d'r tr . ;: l£ J The following are the^riceBOurrent for produce at Wallaroo:—,;./' ^ - ; ;■ i Flour, £13 15s to £14 p%r/ion. fpash'.X ' j Bran, Is 7£d per buBhtel'fier ton." Pollard, Is d|d per baehel^peF ttmj-'b&tti being very scarce. • • ., • .-i a J ,u /. i i ) i.Register Office, Thnra£|^: June 22. The wheat market u iBXtreioBfyr^all, with no enquiry, therefore .^Uhout "resales taking place. For farmers' lots 6a is now being given delivered at Tort. Shipping parcel* cannot be obtained under ^s Jm 4o 6e 3d at which holders might be; int^tioed -tp r«plt. . Nothing doing in "flour. " ^aWinal'quotalioEi for town brands £14 aufl""fOf~ country £13 bat sales hare not been eifooted BtltbeMcprite? recently. Bran Is 9d to Is 9£d per bus...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

WEA.THKRr~~-** Wednesday Jane 21—Wind, N.W., moderate; Bnfe;" Bar.3J*30. i: H i. * H K L \Thareday, Jane 22—Wind, North, .strong fine, Bar. 3010. \" ' .■ Friday, Jane 23—Wind, North, 8trong, -fine, Bar. 2692. /.I'ii.r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

* Shipping. i ; ^ FROM WAILABlOO. . «aai^^ rfllKBS^'EKCll&'S JL <t U LF, STEAM-: tiifnrwv^ avrrD r,nv TTxrrVKri ntSHSS^SBSSSB^ Dispafchthpir Steamers as under, when practicable ■ --■•/" JPLINDERS, FOE POET AUGUSTA^ SoTOATiataraiHe. ... . -4Liq ^ •" "' '• ( '•••• FOE POKT PIElE^-< rfHtiB8i>AT, - C»t 7 o'clock a.m. t f LUBEAV POET LINCLON-j Thtjbsday or' FEiiiAX, ° f FLINDERS, J WlDBISD AT. I atf>o*clock.p.tn. POET ADELAIDE.—^ ^o— I FBANE1IN, _ j SilCSBAT, \_at 5 o'clock, p-m. —.—o—— " FOE f • LUBBA, ' • FRANKLIN -j Axibbnatb TOTBSBA-Ts HAEBOE L - At2pJn. ——;—Or—— Passage money muST be paid before embarkation. No order# taken. ■- *. iAll claims for-abort delivery or damage mast be rendered within 24 hour* »f jewel's discharge; and none will be admitted for break age j &c., unless came is pointedbutat time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamer® subject .to. -the clauses and; - exceptions . on . the Compare' form of Billof LwHng-...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Ojliee, Wallaroo. H Time aigaa! on the G-orernuient flagstaff a< the Habour-Masters residence the flag H, mf&d every Sunday morpingj*t,fiTe minutes, to eight o'olock, Adelaide «e«n iitniiyiuifl obi ] «he instant of eight >'clock, ihe flag wUJ drop. «orr«8p<)ndiog to Ifrcciiwiclt ttienn time 101i. .45m 38 7b. After tlie tftne signi), ii:a||%^Ti made the Union Jack *£ ' -• —:^rca^soN „v "*'5: • C^WPTWS^j -j

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 24 June 1882

VESSELS lit? J3ARBOR. . f Baspbema.barque.from Newcastle.:-: - . ' ■ Fak Wan, from London via Fort Adel^de.-.-: J. L. Hall, from Newcastle. Moerata, £hip, from Newcastle} * * : " ' Kalahome. from Newcastle, r..:'rAi cv -* i :Saxon, from Newcastle. __ franklin, s.b., from PorfAtigiiila. _ Flinders, e.a., from Fori AdaliiaeiI.abra, s.s., fromPortAd$laid#4^:. , !

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BISHOP SELWYN AS A BOXER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

BISHOP SELW¥N AS A BGXEft. " Meddler'* in the " Sydney Mail" .says :—There really seems some prospect of our getting a man. as bishop who will have some claim to thb position, based upon his manhood and his fitness apart from the number of his friends. Big namt s are spoken of, and as the position is unquestionably a big one it is more than likely that one of the big personages attached to the names will cosie over and help us when properly invited. There have not been many trig colonial bishops ; •only two, perhaps. One is Bishop "Moorhouse, unquestionably a great man— broad and deep and brave and free. Tuere is no necessity to talk about him.• his works speak, his voice also, at need. The other was Bishop Selwyn, who stamped his impress on the young Church of New Zealand. When Bishop Selwyn or George Augustus Selwyn, was at Cambridge there was a legend over his door to this effect: "George Augustus Selwyn will run, row, jump, box, swim any man of his college." "When they made him ...

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FRIENDS AND FRIENDS. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

; FRIENDS AND FRIENDS. | ; (From tbe Spectator.) ■ • How is it tbat friendship, which ought to be an infallible consolation in the great calamities of life, only aggravates them.P It is Babzac who puts this question in a letter tc tnadame de Kanaka; and how he, who, from his profound knowledge of human nature, may lie presumed to hare had exceptional power of choosing his friends well, could ever have been brought to take so dark a view of the relation in question would puzzle as, indeed, did we not feel sure that . he wrote 'thus when (smarting under the' pain of having received short weight in | friendship, where he had-looked for full measure. Doubtless, he, like other .people, hjsd friends whom to know was a 1 liberal education j who had grown to be part of his very life, and whose loss would have senaibly contracted the circle of his EWorld. Such friends are not granted to any .one in large numbers, nor are large numbers needed, for the very essenee of a ; friend'a yaluo is tha...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday, 8.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. Tuesday, 8 50 p.m. I At the Port Adetaide Police Court today Mr W. E. Dakin, trainer for Sir Thos. Elder, was charged with landing two horses ex Birksgate, from Glasgow, without a legal permit. The defendant was fined £20 and costs. Notice of appeal was given. For landing the same horses without previous disinfection he was fined a similar amount. Both informations were; laid under the Public Health Act. A deputation waited upon the Chief Secretary to-day, and urged the claims of Messrs Stott, of Alma and Branston, in connection with the invention of improvements in stump-jumping ploughs. Robert Shapland also claimed consideration in the same respect. Mr Bray promised to give the matter due consideration. It has been decided that passengers per Orient line, arriving yia Melbourne, shall not be entitled to land warrants. A contract has been let for the erection of a Town Hall at Port Darwin to cost £1,800. In the House-of Assembly to-day a formal motion respecting...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

NEW ZEALAND. , . Wellington, Tuesday. A native named Winiaia, who murdered Mr Packer in 1876, and has since been a refugee in the ILing Country, has been captured.

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Tuesday. 1 Captain Smith, of the barque Elizabeth, which has arrived at Bockhagiption from Port Adelaide, reports having experienced a yiolent gale, daring which Joseph Bearbice, second mate, was washed off the poop by a heavy sea and thrown against the nain-mast. He was picked up dead, his neck being broken.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

IMPORTS, ' Ex BosphoroB, *72 tODS coal. j

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. ~~ Melbourne, Tuesday. The body of a man was found in the Yarra this morning in the shallow water, tied to a post. The body was that of a strong and powerfully built yonng man. and bore many evidences of foul play. There was a large gash on the temple, and many other wonnds about the body. It is suspected the deceased was mnr* dered.

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