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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

KADItfA BOTTLING ESTABLISHMEMENT. (Opposite ihe JLadiiia Medical Hall). TAYLOR-STREET. E. JULIPJ JJAS ON SALE, Ale a(id PoWer. at prr do*.en... 7s to 8s. Wines, prr (h'Zi^, iiom 12 s upwards Also, all LiuJs of Spirits tsuJ Cordials. AH oiviers received by post, or otherwise, v.": i i havr prompt aitcnlior. g/-Oil SALiC, a HOUSE, In Digby Street. JL Ki iii-a. Apj ly oJiL-e of tliis paper K. -'iii-s. " ' j HOTICE-TO THE'PUBLIC. : i To-clay ike WAlLA&OO TIMES is printed in a new aiid enlarged, fond. The tenns in future will &e/as fol lows:— , *;* ' " j Per- quarter in" a&Taziee (postage in clude l) ; ••• Si. Do. do. credit , (postage | ' included)' W.* *. ' ,-v -4s. Single Sepj-r ('WQEENGE. - -j Subscriptions' n\ ill only be considered is. &$v4&8&. if paid during the fin£ niont^ meacli qaaxterv I). & A. F. TAYLOR. Illaimeo Office, " ^ ~ ' ' ; Wallaroo, JNmM, A

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

S AIDED. Saturday. August 12—Oapel'a, _?3 tons, Clark, master, for Port /ide'side S iaday. Aatr. 13—Emu, S93 tons, Crgeiv master, for Tort Adelaide. V.'iih Pa8Sougera. Wednesday, Ar.guM Ifl—Lubra, s.s., 224 tone, Andcrioa, muster, for Port Adelaide. With pas Een^ere aud coryj. Thursday, August 17—Franklin, Crocker, master, for l'ori Adelaide.

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MOONTA BAY SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

MOO NT A BAY SHIPPING-: ARttlVED. Friday, Aujr. 11—CapsUa, 73 tons, Clark, master, from Pcit Wallaroo. Suaday, "Aug,"13—Eiiiu, s.b., 398 tons, Creer, masLSr. t'rcin Port P rio._ iioiidfiy, August 11 .Dolphin, s.s;, Brown, mas ter, from SouLh A-usUaliaii FL-bin,; Station. Wednesday, Align.-si 16—Lubra. 224 tons, Ander son, DJiis.ijrj iVoei Port Augusta. Thursday, Au='. 37—Fnuikiin, 3S3 tone, Crocker, master, iroui Port Adelaide.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

EXPORTS. Pov C?;;2"ila—100 tciis?, Coj;par Ore, for E. & A. ConperCompany. . ■ l'ev Jjuoru—0/ t'.r-b SHn-.s, E. & A Coj or Com pany. i'.-r t"rsr.::"Ui, ?6 Hi'le*. ~ RaW sheep skins, Cjomp^cuj, 2 Cates, fsfui Wcrfhcitn Coinpjnj', jfOi Ha.i, Pj.i Aji,u-Ua. i>yi siapues.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

ME, D. ABCHI33ALD, Commission ... Agent,;&o,, .is instructed to Act; as ';»i Mx»piita - and , neighbdrhood, to.receiye.orde?? for'Advertise mente, printing of eveiy description, names of eubecribers.&c. Any orders entrusted to him trill hard prompt attention. -MnS^JSSii i

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

—0— ihfouts. Ex cargo iov Moonta.—2 Abraham, 7 Adman?, 2 An her. 15 B.jzkh, 1 Batlian, 43 Beagle hole, 6 (. o^ir, 10 D;;vre \ (jo^]«v.ovt.liy, 2 Dawson, 10 Kin-isO'.!, 1 o Giorgc, 7 G. ii.'-- ;is, 4 Hei bari, 6 Baiu'.cy Maiii:-; Coniyaay. 1G3 Xia^ue. 1 J. T. lis. i:.'. 17- ij .ii'ia, 1 i^-.s vai d5 2 Ijavr ry Bro.-., 32 Loyd, li \V. ..ua-V,'., 2 iloo.iitf Miu iax VonipuSv, 2 U. i7 r. rhiiliOB, 20 Capt. Paviiicv. 4 II. ri.i.2 PeU-;-.i_. £9 i'eiihall a;.d SUUiew* -1 0-... 7 " L'oH -e," 1 Pryor. 89 L'ns'.r, 43 Po:!-:'-.i C'jn !i,;ur, 10 Ivui -,1, G II iljarts, 2 li(331) 2 it-, an, 7 titurjs.cu i, 2 Tt!ylor, (K;n!;na.), 11 T'i'-.UiA!- H7 V:'-!.- in, 1 vVic-e. 27 Whitrord ar.'J 5 li: Wi!!Hn>s. 1 \V'can;c. 5 ii. Wnidbrd, 6 Vi'aoicoci, 2 "Y. I'. Adv.v.isep."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

TO TRAVEL FOR THE SEASON. THIS IHGROmHBREAD BLOOD Will Tr a vet for tlie Reason throngh jtlie following Districts.-—namely,, Ardrossao, Curramulka, "Port "Yincent, Yorkelown. Minlaton, Mount Bat, arul Maitland, com mencing on the 20thday 'of Aopust, and ending on the 1st (lay of November, continuing, these rounds every ninth day. * ' — PEDIGEEE.— . SIR JAMES ia\®. Jbeantiful Black, stands' 16 hands high, bred by Mr Gerrard. Sire—Treageagle imported. Dam—Jessie* by Faiierman, Imported. out of Jennie imported. • SIR JAMES is "Guaranteed a sore Foal getter TERMS: Single Mare, £3; Two Marts £5 10a; Groom age, 3s., payable January 31,1883. '* p: F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, ; " " "" " ' "Port Wakefield. SIR JAMES r | ihiathoroughhred blood jhorse will serve mares the following season at the Homestead, hear Port" Wakefield, from the 2nd .November to the : 2nd December. On account of being so late in the season all mares will be insured. - Pedigbee—SIB-JAMES is a beautiful b]acb^«ianda 16 bonds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 August 1882

WHO WANTS A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR AND GREY HAIR restored to its original color ussing Godard's         HAIR RESTORER One of the most efficacious -preparations yet offered , to the public of South Australia. It has been be- fore the public for some years, during whioh thous ands of bottles have been sold, and hundreds of persons benefited and delighted. So successful has it been during the last six years that it has well earned for itself the title of " CELEBRATED HAIR RESTORER." Numbers of persons con- tinually bear testimony to its POWER TO PRO- DUCE HAIR ON BALD HEADS, and also to   RESTORE GREY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.       IN BOTTLES 2S. and 3S 6d EACH   PREPARED AND SOLD BY     LONG AND LOVELY,   Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 85 HINDLEY STREET, ADELAIDE.   May be had from all Chemists and Storekeepers on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

T©SEfSON. .C .W'7:ilT THISrHOBOUOHBREAD BLOOD HORSE Will Travel for the. Season throbgb the following Districts.—namely, Ardrossan, Curramulka, Port Vincent, Yorkelown. Minlaton, Mount Sat, and Maitland, com mencing on the 20th day of August, and ending on the 1st day of November, continuing these rounds every ninth day' —pedigeee.— SIE JAMES is a beautiful Black, stands 16 hands high, bred by Mr Gerrard Si re^—Treageag] e imported. Dam—Jessie, by JTsherman, imported, out of Jennie imported."' ' • SIR JAMES ia,Guaranteed a sure Foal getter TEEMS: Single Mare, £3; Two Mares £5 10s; Groomage, 3s., payable January 31, 1883. . P. F. TAGGERT, Proprietor, . Port Wakefield. SIB. JAMES Tllhis thoroughhred blood horse will serve L mares the following season at the Homestead, near Port Wakefield, from the 2nd November to the 2nd December. On account of being so late .in the season all mares will be insured. Pedigreb-^-SIR JAMES is a beautiful black, statadsl6 hunds high ; bred by Mr Gerrard. ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

SAILED. _ ■ 1 Saturday, Aug, 39—Franklin, S.B., 395 tone, CncVer, master, for Port Adelaide. Saodtty, Angast 20—Lnbra, 224 tons, Ander Bon, master. for Port Adelaide. Saturday, Augusta 19—Lurline, 69 tonB, Tor Port Pirie. Ineaday, Aug. 22—Pat-Wan, 818 tonB, Begg, master, for Port Angnsca.

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VESSELS IN HABBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOR. I Maratona, from Natal. Kaiahome, from Newcastle

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

WHO WANTS A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HA!R P GREY HAIR restored to its original color by nsing Godard's HAIR RESTORER One of the mosteificacions preparations yet offered to the public of South Australia. It has been be fore the public for some years, duringwhich thous ands of bottles have been sold, and hundreds of persons bene6ted and delighted. So successful has it been during the last six years that it has nrell earned for itself the title or " CELEBRATED HAIR RESTORER " Numbers of persons con tinually bear testimony to its POWER TO PRO DUOE.HAIR ON BALD HEADS, sj»d also to RiSifOBE GREY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. IN BOTTLES 2s. and 3s 6a EACH. PREPARED AND 80LD BY LONG AND LOVELY, ■Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 85 HIND LEY STREET, ADELAIDE. May be had from all Chemists and Storekeejje^s on the Peninsula. THE GREAT BRITAIN COPPER —-r-"" MINING COMPANY. Tub AHHUATj.esriuEiif meeting, will be held, st the offices. Waymouth 3treet, Adelaide, oa Thursday August 31, at 3.30 p.m. F. S. C. D...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED. I Moonta, ship. from Newcastle. Verulam, from Newcastle. Emu, b.s., fr«m Port Pirie. Franklin, "fromPort Adelaide. Flinders, from Port Adelaide

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CRICKET NOTES. [BY SHORT LEG.] [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

CRICKET NOTES, 1 ■ fBr Shout Lecki r;V .\,.Th«Mga the courtesy of the hob.secretary ii^m^ifenabled to send yoi) the following statistical re the pe formaace of the Sao win mi Cricket Club. The Club has pliyed 6 matches—2 ® Koolunga, 1. lost, 1 won ; 1 rClare* lost; 1 ©Red hill. won; 2 « • 'Condowie, both won ; thus . winning Ifour out of the sir. The club has been unfortunate in not getting return matches from ftedhill or Clare. The batting averages -fflftras foHowsrfor tien players* R. Fulwood 14| Q-. E. Maslin ... ... 14£ Andrew. Paterson ... ... 13| 5. Caiifiby ... ... "llf . W. Allan ... 11 James Allan ... ... 8£ <J. Pbillis ... ... 41 Jno. Michael - ... ... O. Coltman ... 4| H. Ockcnden 3 Bowiikg Aveeaoes. runs wks. nrgs. G. Phrilis 21 14 1£ G. E. Moslin 30 11 2f 3- Causby J81 29 4£ J. Allan ... 63 5 12£ A remark or-two on-oach of the players mar not be atnis3, and will, I think, be taken in good part. Maslin, the skipper, is 'about right anywhere and miy be called t...

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

we^THER. . „arday, Aiig. 19—Wind, N.IT.W., moderate fine, .-■jiatv 30*00. - • . . ' Sunday. August 30—Wind, variable, sqnally, ,Jy Bar. 29;80. if Monday. August JI—'Wind, variable, light, Bar. 30120. ■ ■ ■ 1 Tuesday, August 22—Wind, variable, light. Bar. 3030.

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. MOONTA. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

LOCAL TELEGrEAMS. MOONTA. Tuesday evening. A. daughter of Capt, H. B. Hancock, died this afternoon. The little girl, whose age was about five years, bas been suffering for some time past witb bronchitis. Considerable sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents. A horse, with spring cart attached, while standing in Ellen Street, this evening, suddenly took fright, and bolted, but, fortunately {the wheel was locked, and the runaway was soon caught by Mr Lawry without its having sustained any damage. The Ribbojt Gun.—The firm of Sir W. Armstrong & Co. has (says a London paper) recently submitted lor trial a breechloading gun upon a peculiar system of construction. This gun, though differing but slightly in its breechloading arrangement from those of the G-overnment pattern, is altogether unlike those in general appearance and method of building up. Tbe whole of the piece in rear of the trunnions is built up of steel wire, over which is shrunk ordinary yet thinner coils of great t...

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, August 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo. Angnat 23, 1882. "We quote wheat as follow* Wallaroo—Wheat, 6s 3d. Kadina—Wheat, 6a 2Jd. Mocnta —Wheat, 6s 2d. Snowtomi—Wheat, 6s. Barunga Gap—Wheat, 6b 0}. Green e Plains East—Wheat, 6s ltd. Green's Plains West—Wheat, <Ss2d. The following are the price* current for produce at Wallaroo :— Floar, £1415s to £15 per ton. Bran, 1b lid per bnebel per ton. Pollard, 2s per bushel per ton. Moonta. August 19, 1882. The following are the prices current for produce at Moonta:— Wheat, Cs 2d per bushel, retail 7b 6d do. Bran, Is lOd per bnehel. do. 2s Od do. Pollard, Is lid per bnshel do. 2s Id do. Floar, £1110s to £U 15s per ton, do. 31s per bag. Chaff, £ 5 5s, retail £6. Potatoes, £3 p»r ton, do 9s cwt. Dairy produce— Batter, fresh Is 9d per lb. retail 2s do Eggs, fresh Is Id per doz. do. Is 3d. Bacon, dairy fed 8d to 9d do. lOd to Is lb. "BeKister" Office, August 21,183Z. In the wheat market there is nothing fresh to report, and we quote...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. Messrs G. and R. Wills & Co., whele sale merchants, have undertaken to load the steamer Suez with wool direct from Port Augusta to London. An application has been made in the Insolvency Court for the rehearing of the case against^Samuel De Young. On the last occasion this case was on for bearing it was adjourned sine die. The Insolvent has now been imprisoned one year and eight months, and his health is failing, while his family are receiving aid from the Destitute Asylum. His Honor decided that the rehearing should take place in a fortnight if the consent of the Trade Assignee is obtained. Ia the Legistative Council to-day, the Vaccination Bill was passed. The diamond drill at Wilmington has bored to the depth of 400 feet. A Return laid upon the Table .of tbe House of Assembly khowg the Public Bonded debt of the Colony to be per head £29. Mr Newlaud notifies that he intends bringing on the Parliament Building question again. A long debat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 23 August 1882

Shipping. . ■ FROM WALLAROO. T~°me SPElfCBR'S GULF STEAM > SHIP COT., LIMITED, ' Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— f FLINDEBS, FOR PORT AUGUSTASumdayMobning •(__ at 7 a.m. ° r EMU, FOE POET PIRIE—\ Thubsday, (.at 7 o clock a.m. f~°~ LUBRA, POET LINCLON-j Thussbat or Emday, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. °~~ f FLINDERS, iWB3>»B8» AT. st 6 o'clock, p.m. POST ADELAIDE, j { Satubpax, ^ at 6 o'clock, p.m. FOE f LUBRA, FRANKLIN -4 Avebbbaxb Thttbsday^ HARBOE L At 2 P m* o—— Passage money JKJST be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel 8 discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. , All cargo is'carried by these steamers snD ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Comp a ry' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited. H. ff. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo FOE FBASfXIIN HABBOTTB. TTNTIL further notice _ U th...

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