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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. .. | 3. h. Hall, from Newcastle. . i; Boipherniibarque,from Newcastle. , ^

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

OBITUARY. The Be*. Thomas Jonee, the popular Congregational minister is dead.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. I F&k Wan, from London -via Fort Adelaide.1 Uoonta, ehip. from Newcastle. Kalahome, from Newcastle. Saxon, fromNewcaatle. ... -v fnuikliii, B.S., from £oit Aognsta. Flinders, e.s., from Fort Adelaide. Labia, s.8., from Port Adelaide..

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MILITARY PREPARATIONS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

MILITARY PREPARATIONS IN FRANCE. Owing to the present unsatisfactory condition of affairs in Europe, extensive military preparations are being made in Pranee,

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

WEATHER,; > -» };' ' Saturday, Jane 24—Wind. S.W.. strong, showery Bar. 30'10. - - . SnnflAv, Jane 25—Wind, 8:W.f moderate,<flfiei; Bar 30-25. t.\". ■ ' Monday. Jane 26—'Wind, variable light, ■ clondy:■* B*r. 30 46. :. :. , a Taesd&y, Jane 27—Wind. N.W., light, fine, Bur. 3340. •

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ARREST OF A COLONIAL SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

AEREST OP A COLONIAL SWIND• LEE, A man named Ogle has been arrested in Manchester, for having swindled Mr Duffet, a solicitor in Melbourne, some time ago. He was brought up at the Police Court and remanded, pending the arrival of the necessary papers and eyidence.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, June 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

COMMERCIAL.^ ^ Wallaroo Times Office, ^ . Wallaroo, June 27,1882. The wheat market continues quiet; and' prices in Adelaide and on ,ihe peninsula hare fallen, several small lotB left orer 'from seed ing are now being brought into the -mills and.' are being sold at from 5s 9d to 5s lOd, some of the wheat beiug yery fine.. Bran, is scarce, in Adelaide and is firm at Is 9d and 1« - lOd while on the peninsula the price is Ls ^d 'and Is 8d. The early sown oropslook weH, jatid. our farmers are yery hopeful .about thefpture.We quote wheat, . Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 9d to.5s 10(1. .. /. rKadina—Wheat, 5s 9d. ,„Y. -, , .. .Moonta—Wheat, 5s 93. " Sjjowtown—Wheat, 6s 7d- r Barunga Gap—Wheat, 5s 7fd. - . " : Green's Plains Bast—Wheat, 5s8d. .; G-rflen's Plains West—Wheat, 5s 8|d ^ .. The following are the prfces ourrent-for produce at Wallaroo:—• Flour, £13 10s per ton-. Cash. ' ' ' Bran, ls 6d to Is per bushel "per ton. Pollard, Is 9d per bushel per ton, Register Office, Mondayi Jiine 26. The wheat...

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

liATJES^rNteWi3.r EUROPEAN TELEGRAMST] London, 27th 3"inie. Beceived 8:50 p.m.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

- _ TIME 8I&SAL. I ^ ' Harbour Office, Wallaroo. - Timeeignal on the Government llagstaft at | jfche liii -bouf-Mustere rrBidence the flag 5, j {white and red,) will be hoisted to the mast- ! .«td every Sunday morning at five tainutea to eight j'clock, Adrlaide mean time, and on 1 <be instant ofeight o'clock, the flag will drop com-spondirig to Greenwich mean time- lOh 45m 38 7s. After the timo signal has been ma.de the Union Jack "will boiBted. J, CABSOH\ ObserTjefek ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

Shipping. " 1 FBOM WALLABQO. , ^ fir& SPEWCEB'S JL GULF STEAMSHIP, COY., LIMITED, i «e2slBSsl9pf Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— f FLINDERS, for port augusta-} 8mn>axmobkikg at7«.m. " ° ( EMU, FOB PORT PIRIE—« Thttesday, 5 (.at 7 o'clock a.m. 0 — f LTJBEA, POUT LINCLON-} Thotssday or Fbiday, ^ at 4 o'dlock p.m. ' ° f FLINDERS, 1 WEDNESDAY. at 6 o'clock, p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—^ saiitbiiai, i j^at 5 o'clock- p.m. 1 FOR f~° "LUBRA, j FBANKLIN -i Ait senate THUBBDAVB j HABBOB L At 2 pm. J o I Passage money must be paid before *m- j barkation. No orders taken. i, j AH claims for short delivery or damage j must be rendered within 34 honrs pf Teesel s I r discharge; and none will be admitted for j ! breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at I time of discbarge. , I All cargo is carried by these steamers sub" I ject to the clauses and -exceptions on the j Compry' form of Bill of.Lading- _ _ t 1 The Spencer's Gnlf Steamship Co.(Linuteo. 1 H. H. WABD,...

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

SAILED. ; . "W • Sktordar, Jane 24—Franklin, 8.6., 898 *tO»B, Crocker, master, for Port Adelaide.-— S«od»7, Jane 25—Flinders, - s.s, i"S75vMiu5i j Anderses, nuttr, f«r Port Augusta.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

• P~¥-~ SHIPPING NEli^. abbived. Saturday. Jtine 24—Franklin, 8.8., 383 tons, Cracker, master, from l'ort A«(usta. Saad&T, Jan® 25^FJindets.-^&M.«JSZfi^jMns>. Aadenen, muter, from P»rt Adelaide. Sunday, J one 25—J. I,..Hull, 698 tons, Snadden, master, from Port Adelaide.' . i , ' L'i i. ! t. i Sunday, Jane 25—Boaphoraa, 290 tons, Gadd master, from Newcastle. '" ^ """

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PROFESSOR LIONEL BEALE, F.R.S., ON MODERN SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

PROFESSOR LIONEL BEALE, F.R.&, ON MODERN SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT. . A crowded meeting of - the members*of the Victoria fPhilosophical) Institute,—a Society founded to investigate all scien- . tific questions, including any said to militate against Religious Belief—took, place alNo 7, Adelphi Terrace, London, on the 15th of May, when Professor Lionel Beale, F.R.S., President (188t) of; the Microscopical Society, read a paper. He commenced by alluding to the varied opinions that existed among scientific men, as' to whether the hypothesis upon which modern scientific opinion in favour of some form of the physical doctrine of life were based are worthy of acceptance. He himself confessed that he .was among those w.ho Jield "that .no form of the hypothesis which attributes the pheno-; niena of the lining world to mere matter' and its properties has been,.-or. can be, justified ' by reason." He added,—" I would draw attention to the declaration again arid again a-epeaiBd^and now taught...

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RECHABITE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

KBGHAJOlB c- EEgTjnfMi. -'. ' 'The Annual Festival _and Sports in connection with -the- Hope of Kadina Tent, of Beclia- ; Monday lsat. 'Jane j26^^2^iel^4i^threnmet at theLodge- _'•;••* J room' aa^fjhdyjiUE rested themselves with J their Ixeg^, th^^ormed Into marching order, J and $ro*M&di Taylor Street headed by I the Kadina Braes Band, which discoursed I sweet masic^lfcewhils. Having reached the 1 residence ofTDr. Robinson's a halt: was made | when the band played on* or tftfppieces as a J Mark-pf rfitpfft t/vJDr B^himnn^/I jf tfof, I Tent Doctor., The proocMipnjfchen proceeded J along Grave* Stwet towards th6~Matta Flat, I the^TOuadea-wbich -the eporis~wcreto~be - I held.' The weather, thotighsomewhat gloomy j in the earlyraorning^wnBthoronghly enjoyI able during the midcHVoftlie&ay^hlih, ao 1 doubt, ioduceda good-many; to visit the -, jpio-riic ground, Of eoureethere waannusual attractions froriilthefccfc 'that there was a > 1 cricket, a football and a bicynia ...

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GETLEMEN OF ENGLAND. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

I GBTiEMHK OB ■BSGrLLSV. I first Innings. Lucas bowled ... ... ... > ... 16 G-rfioei bowled ... ... — ... 61 Patterson caught ... ... ' 20 Bread bowled ... ... ... ... 17 Stfldd bowled ... ... ... 0 Hornby caught ... ... ... ... 20 -Steel l.b.w. ... ... ... ... Studd l.b.w. ... ... ... 9 Leilie not out ... ... ... ... 13 Tylecote bowled ... ... ... ... O Ramsay oaaght ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 14 Total ... ... ... ... ... 182 GHf&n took eight wickets for 49 run«, and Spofiort two wiekets for 61

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

©k Mlaltaffc Ctows. ■i • — WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY.!JOKE Th* question of the -Orient Line Tfl *-7 ^ •teamers calling at Glenelgb^slaleljr.-oo^j j evpied a great deal of attention , members of Mieprese'Jl Gorernmenfc ha^je. t been severely ariticieed byiheidailypreM* for their action in tho matter; ! faotre r«r, entering into the jinattqr ?rho; tr&e to blame in lbs firatinst|a0eyft*eeBi8 a* if the Company by, its final action ;trar trying to bring tW colpnyjt^^rJBj rarely, considering its geograpbicalpoMlion Add otber ihings, S*tath sufficiently important to make Jt-^ell ; woriti the while of tv stake Gleuelg or 'Port' Adeifli&e^the first ' "/.« h7*'.'y.?K • ■ •" - - -/ r/r. and last port of call- (Therefore,# seejis highly Improbable that the Orient Company. seriously contemplate making ibeprojeoted arrangement a permanent one; #r conditional upon a mail contract with ! this colony. Our last night'* telegram? disclose a new dep»rtare in connection trith the question whic...

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PORT GERMEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

PORT GEBMEIN7 I (From ©ur own correspondent.) In common with many other places in the colony there has been a loll here in things in general. Business is not very pressing even now, yet the surroundings are not without their features of interest In the hundred of Telowie even the late crops are sown and very much of the early cover the soil, and wear a rich hue. A little to the north but joining Telowie is the hundred of Baroota, where the crops are even more advanced than any I have seen for the year, and exceed in appearance the cropB of any previous year. The settlers here say they never had a winter before. Showers are tery frequent; dams are filling. Prospects are exceedingly encouraging to those hard working persons who have toiled for. three and four years with scarce any remuneration. Improvements are being made in this rising seaport of the north, Port Germein. A double line of rails extend from the jetty up through tbe town to facilitate the transit of grain, from the many...

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Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

I Second Innings. Luoag cau?ht 2 Grace howled ... ... ... ... 32 Patterson bowled ... ... 15 "Bead caught . ... ... ... ... 19 C. T. Studd caught and bowled ... 11 Leslie bowled ... ... ... ... 10 Hornby caught and bowled ... ... 17 Steel not out ... ... ... ... 32 Studd caught ... ... ... -... 6 Tjleeote o&ught and bowled 11 Ramsay caught ... ... ... ... 0 Sundries... ... 6 Total ... 151 Australian Bowling Analysis—Qiffen took three wickets for 60 runs, Garrett two .wickets for 28 runBj and Palmer four wiclcets for 22 runs. The Richest Men in the Wobd.—-The richest men in the world, it is said, is Mr W. H. Yanderbilt, of Hew York, who is eaid to have at least £40 000,000 sterling, bat probably nearer £60,000,000, accumulated by two generations, but most of it within thirty years. There are many other men in the United jStatea whose wealth is reckoned by millions, viz Jay Gould, with £20,000,000 j Macfcay, £10,000,000 j Crooker, £10,000,000; John Rockefeller, £8,000,000; Ex-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

NOTICE TOTHEffTOIjfi To-day the WALLAROO TIBtES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will beas follows:— ' : ^ * Per quarter in advance {postage included) ... ... .... 3s. Do. do. credit (postage . ■ .. included) ... ... 48;" Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be con|ider^d. ^ in advance if paid.- ' month in each quarter. ' •; ■ D. & A. F. TAtLOil. Times Office, vi-.» Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. • -

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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 28 June 1882

ELDER, SMITH & Go's. :AD£fcklDE PBODUCE :REE0B3L; a ^ --.*■ The quantity of produce offered during the week has been small, «Itli<High- the ^emgnd for nearly all kinds continues". ;actiye. -r:y^P inactivity which eharaclerisfed the market jffor bresdstufFs during last -wgek, "still continues. No sales of aoy importance have taken place in spite of .the evident dispoaition -ofhoidnrs to eell. WOOL.—The few oqd. lota^<^'eriu2 aeet with a ready eale. We shall1submjt a, .. ■mall catalogue of scoured wools Btwir JsaLas < 3 on Tuesday next. B&BEPSKl£H.=r=Xhere is a brisk competition amongst shijmflisr; fflspd ;' fellmongers for - all skins" offering TJes"t merinos worth 4s 6d to |»s, eaacwds b^ngfrom ' 2s 9d to 3s 6d, while : inferior #hoi$-' woolled skins aeli at 3d > : hvro a large tjaantity to -offe^ at-opTiiiie^Lfcule. Hides.—Heavy ox hides «re in atrong , demand at from 5d to 7d per jb^medinm weights are worth 3|d tp 4Jd ; dn 5- Jig...

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