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CRICKET. WALLAROO BAY v. WALLAROO JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

CRICKET. WALLABOO BAY v. WALLARCO JUNIORS. A mat<*h, which proved very exciting, was played between the above clubs on Wednes day, and was only won by one run by' the senior club. Subjoined are tha scores.:— Wallaroo Bay.-First and Second innings, North 1—0, Walkley 20—4, Griffiths 4-5), Harman 12—IS, Richards 2—0, Hood 0—5, Murton 2—4, Norton 0-—0, Henley 3—0. Q-. Middleton 0—4, Heath 0—0. Sundries 4—2. Total, 48—32. Grand total. 80. Wallaboo Juniobs.—Kem peter 7—0, Jones 6—1, Tomlin 8—2, Herbert 0—2, W. Middleton 4—0, W. Thomas 11—0, J. Walk ley 1—O, J. Thomas O—1. Bates 7—1, Johns 1—0, J. Thomas 0—1, Phillips 0—1, Fuller 1—0, J. J. Walkley 0—2,' Dayis 0—2, Q Harman 0—0, J. Harman 0—0, Bath 1—0, Sundries 10—9. Total, 22^57. Grand total, 79'

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8.50. p m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday, 8.50. p m. The Russian Squadron sailed early this morning. The Afrika for King George's Sound, and the Vestruck and Plastown for Bolavia direct. ^ A private company that has been formed representing £25,000, haye bought 40,000 acres at Burton Downs, Northern Terri tory suitable for sugar cultivation and cattle breeding ; also 4.000 acres at Bynre Harbor. The Hon. R. D. Ross has been reelected President of the Royal Agricultural Society. In answer to a deputation whieh waited upon the Commissioner of Public Works to-day, asking that 'race horses to and from the principal meetings be allowed to travel free by rail or that non winners be allowed return transit free, Mr Uamsay said he would recommend the concession only if it could 4>e proved that it would increase the traffic on the railways. Julia Papist at the Criminal Sittings oi the' Supreme Court to-day was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment for con cealment of birth. The trooper at Meningie re...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

VICTOSIA. Melbourne, Friday. The case of Miller y. Board of Land on Works, for the recovery of £2,225, damages sustained in the Jolimont accident, has been concluded, and a verdict given for £1,150. Great amuse ment was caused in court by the pro duction of a certificate given to Milner Stephen to the effect that the latter had eared his wounds by blowing on them. Opthalmia of a severe kind is prevalent in the country districts. Forty-two schools have been closed in con sequence.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGEAMS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Friday. Tbe match between the English Eleven and the Australian Eleven was com menced to-day, and was largely attended. The Englishmen were the first to go in and were all disposed of before tbe stamps were drawn for 188. Neither Spofforth or Evans were playing. The following are tbe scores of tbe Australians so far. Mat&ie, 0 ; Horan, 1; Murdock, 6 ; McDonnell and Bannerman are in, the latter having 15. Three wickets are down for 24 runs.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

IMPORTS. Ex Royal Shepherd, for Wallaroo—16Co-Op.Sy., 4 J. and H. Heath, 25 S. B. Smith, 20 May, .1, l'aylor, 3 Darke. 4 Oliphant,l Hardy, .4 Bristovre, 2 Trye, 2 Bollmeyer, 2 Cropley, 4 Levidoi and'tim ber Davies and Co.. 1 Thomas, 2 Birke, IBeatton, 32 Bath, 2 Gosse, 3' Barton, 23. Barpee, 1 North and Harman, 1 Smelting Works, 7 Gervaai.gStepheos, 15 Bosphorae. For Kadina—2 Seeombe,-l/Pearson; 4 Horwood and Co.,S6 Wallaroo Minoe, 40 Bose (ramc, IX Blackney, 13 Trascott, 4 AssiSn, i'Martin, < Cook, 4 Hall, 3 Bcowa, 4 Quintan, 1 Harris «txl D&we, 1 Haddy, 9 T. H. Hall, 3 Bnrden, 7 fhomas and White, 1 Tippett, 2 Bart, 6 Ketohford, 13 Bor lace, 8 Baroett 29 Bendell.

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DEMONSTRATIONS OF SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

DEMONSTRATIONS OP SYM PATHY. There have been great demonstrations of sympathy with Her Majesty. The Queen telegraphed to the Prince of Wales stating that she was none the worse in consequence of the disagreeable affair.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

EXPORTS. - , I •Per Flinders, for Port AaguBla-MS tons ore. - E. - and &. Copper Company. Per Flinders, for Port Adelaide—600 bags floor. W. Dnffield and Co. ' * Per HoyaX Shepherd, for Fort Adelaide—23 empties, Smith, 11 Knapmanj 23 W&tkinB aiid Bennett, 2 Primrose.

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THE QUEEN'S ASSAILANT DECLARED SANE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

London Friday. THE QUEEN'S ASSAILANT DECLARED SANE. The man MacLean who attempted to shoot the Queen yesterday is a grocer's assistant, and is declared toy the phy sicians to be sane.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

VESSELS IN HABBOB. I Hoonttt, ship, from Newcastle.

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ME BRADLAUGH'S MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

ME BRADLAUGH'S MAJORITY. In tbe election for Northampton, Mr Bradlaagh bad a majority of 108 over the conservative candidate, Mr Corbet.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

VESSELS EXPECTED, j Vernlam, from Newcastle. K&lahotne, from Newcastle. Charles and Arthur, from Sonthport. Saxon, from Newcastle. Athena, from Fort Adelaide. Flinders, e.8., from Port Adelaide. Emu, 8.8., from Port Pirie. Royal Shepherd, 8.8.. from Port Adelaide Franklin, B.8., from Port Augusta.

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THE QUEEN'S ASSAILANT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

London, Thursday, 11- p.m. THE QUEEN'S ASSAILANT. The name of the Queen's assailant is MacLean, a man twenty seven years of age. He was armed with a Colt's revolver, of American make. Two of the barrels were discharged, and two others were loaded. On being questioned as to bis object in firing at her Majesty, MacLuau said be was forced through hunger to commit the deed. Her Royal Highness, Princess Beatrice, was tbe first to notice the would be assassin, and gave the alarm.

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WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

WEATHER. I Wednesday, March 1—Wind, S.W„- light, warm; - Bar. 3010. Thursday, March. 2—Wind, S.E., fresh, clondy, Bar. 30 00. Friday, March. 3—Wind, S.W., moderate, cloudy, Bar. 30*10.

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EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

EGYPTIAN AFFAIRS The latest Egyptian circular still far ther strains the relations with the other powers.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harboar Office, WttHaroQ 'Time aignalonthe &o rernment EagataSst' "<he Harbour-Masters residence the flag H," (white andred,) will be hoisted to the ..ead ereey Sunday morning at fire mindt^ to eight o'clock, Adelaide meaYi time, and olb^ the instant of eight o'clook, theflag will drop;; corrusponding to Greenwich mean time ifpf 45m 38 7a. After the time signal has be^ made the Union Jack will be hoisted. . . J. CARSON Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

Shipping, FROM WALLAROO. The spenoee's GULF STEAM ' SHIP COY., LIMITED Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable :— ' f FLINDERS, FOR PORT AUGUSTA SukdayMobnihg |V 8t7a.m. ° ( -EMTJ, FOE PORT PIEIE— j Thuesdat, (.at *i o'clock a.m. f ROYAL SHEPHERD POET XIHCLON-{ Thubsday or Fbiday ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. ~~° f FLINDERS, | ¥l3>»BSD AT. I at S o'clock, p.m. POST ADELAIDE.—-i —o— J FRANKLIN, ^ at 5 o'clook. p.in. ^ FOR fROYAL SHEPHERD,] FRANKLIN | Atvtkbttatb Thcbsbas^ HARBOR L. At2p.m. o — - Passage money must .be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivety or damag< mast be rendered within 24 hours ofveeselV discharge; and none will be admitted fbi breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. All cargo 1b carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Compspv' form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Steamship Co., Limited H. H. WARD, Agent, Wallaroo . Conveyances. OPIE'S MAIL COACHE...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

SAILED. Wednesday. Maroh 1—Flinders, s.s.,276 tons, Anderson, mailer, for Port Adelaide. Passengers —Captain and Hiss Snadden, in the oahixi. Messsrs Goldiworthy. wire and (3) children. Carter «id wire, Blarney, "Whitford (i), Symons and Humph ries, in the steerage. • Thursday, March 2—Earn, 6.b„ 395 tons, Creec, master, for Port Pirie. " " Friday, March 3—Boyal Shepherd, s.s.. 245 tons, Campbell, master, for Franklin Harbor. Same day—Bosphonis, 209 tone, Gadd, master, for Newcastle. .... Same day—FIeet«ring, 45 tons, L Williamson, master, for Port Adelaide.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

s H I P FI N G NE W & ARRIVED, i. Wednesday Maroh 1—Moonta, £88 tone, Co wren, master, from Newcastle, . ^ Wednesday. March 2—Flinders, :».=a.,2''5±onBJ Anderson, master, from Port AuguBta. . Thursday, March 2-Royal Shepherd, 6.6.,245 tons, Campbell, master, frem Port .Adelaide via -Fort Uinooln. Passengers—Miss Robinson, Ber. J. Bradbury, Messrs Davis {2} to the cabin. Same day—Emn, b.s.. 385 tons. Greer, master, from Pott Adeialde via Moonta Bay Friday Maroh 3—Fleetwing, 45 tons, Williamson, master from Pranklin Harbor.

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MR BRADLAUGH RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

MR BRADLA.UGH EE-ELECTED. Mr Brad laugh has been again returned, for Northampton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 4 March 1882

YOBKE'B PJSkllSSUIiA ANNUAL >Ol - S^CjBS, 1882. . .■/.,/ Pbssidbkt—Hon. B. D. BOSS. ViCB-PHKBUfflKsxa—Pb GOSSBj • Mb E.' WARM1NGTON, J.P., Wallaroo y Db ROBINSON, Mbssbs _ E. PABNELL, and J. MARTIN, Kadina. . Jtoob—JMjft MABTIN. Stabteb—Mb P. ROACH Stewards—Mesbbs W. V. BBOW3ST, Jtrs., A. MABSHALL, D. BBOWN,. 3BT. NANKEBVIS, J. SHABPLES, T. TA1T, T. WILLIAMS, AND W- I. QUINTON. CiKBK of Cotjese—Mb W. TREM BEBTH. rflHE abore ANNUAL BACKS will be X held in BOACH BROS' PADDOCK, (kindly lent for the occasion,,) opposite the Old Bace Course (Midway between Kadina •nd • Port Wallaroo),' OH EASXEB MONDAY AND TUESDAY, April 10 and 11, 1882. PBOGRAMME. Freer Dat. Mjudbxs.—16 Sots. Open to all Horses., that hare aot won more than 20 eove. public money. Entrance, £1 Is. Dis tanoe, 1 Mile. Weight for -age Yoeke's Peninsula. Handicap.—50 Soto., with a Sweep of £l Is. Sweep to go to second horse. Distance, 1£ Miles, nomi nation, £1 1b ; Acceptapce, £2 2s. Nomi nations to be forwarded to the Se...

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