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OUR CRICKET. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROOO TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

OUH CRIOKJET. (to the editor ol? the wallaroo times., Sib—I have been for some time paet watch ing tiie progress of cricket at Kadiim and Wallaroo Mines, and have been struck with tk 2 want of improvement amongst our players, after having reached a certain degree of skill. We are to-day but little bettor than the play ftrs of the old 'Star' chlb. tl,e champions of years ogo. Reasons for this are easily found. It is a noticeable fact that, in the three de* partment6 of the game, fielding is our best point, then bowling and lastly batting. On such ground as we have this order is a thbr oughly natural one, bad ground being favor, able to the acquirement of quickness of hand and eye in fielding, the very doubt as to the coursc of the ball tending to teach smarter work than a ground on which the course of a fast one along the carpet can be calculated almost to a certainty. ' Oar bowling is too good far the batting as proved by the lowness of our scores, it being quite the exception for a...

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

Hat-boar ,pffice,WaUarog. Time signal on the Gk>veiSSaBnt che Harboar-Masters residence (wh'tf andred,) will be hoist „.aad every 3unday momirylSit Ejre'ininut to eight j'riock, Weluide ine^ti titnfeL and. tlie.inst&nt of eight o'clock, thfe^I^jwil 1 drop' corresponding to Greenwich mean time lOIi 45m 3Ji'7s. After the time signal has been made the Union Jack will be hoisted. J. OAKSOTT . -Observer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

■})'; PROM Wicl^Bdfo. - c I B*j8 ■ X- QFL¥ STEAM SHIP COY, LIMfKEDi •PUpatctt^wSte^mereaB under, "when practicable *—r,■ - C FHNDEES, FOB POET AUG USTA^ SxjifDATMoEjniiG C. ; at7«.B». " .■ ° C EMU, FOB FORT PIRIE— •j Thttrbdat?, Cat 7 o'clock &*m. f LUBBA, POUT LIN CLON -J Thubsd ay or Friday, : ^ , at 4 o'clock p.m. . ~° Y^LlNDEBS, J Wbdsbsbii. ;-\ ] at 5o'clock. p.m. W&&T ADELAIDE.—■{ —o— . . 'A >' - , l,r. FBANELIN, | "8 ATXT It 3> A Y, j^alSo'clock. p.m. torn ,y , 1 r LUBRA, FRANKLIN I Aitebsam ThttbsdiAy's Hi^B0S X At ^8 p.m. " , ■ O - it-'J ' ' PaeBBge money ^Mtrai be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. .' All claims for short delivery or damage most be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge; and none will "be admitted for breakage, &e., unless same is pointed out atr time of discharge. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the clauses and exceptions on the Compar:*'form of Bill of Lading The Spencer's Gulf Stea...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

. T SABjED. - Thursday, March 33—Emu,a a, 595 tons, ureer, master, for Port.Pirie. Pa^engers—Jtrs CloBe in the cabin, and three in the steerage.' Same day—Lnbra, 8.8., 224 ^tons; leatt, master, for Franklin Harbors !-- . Same a&y—Saxon/401 tons, Bunker, master, from Newcastle. - . ... SaiAe -day—Post Boy, 63 tons, for Moonta Bay. Same day—Condome, Oyston, master, for Althrope Islands,

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

8 H I I -IMi: ~N~E:W S. -ARRIVED, - Thursday, March 23— Emu, 8.B., 383 tons Ureeiy maBler, ftom Port Adelaide. I Same «iay—Imbna, e.-e., 224 ■ tons, Izatfc, master, from Port Adelaide via Port Lincoln and Moonta Bay, */' .. ; Same day—Poet -Boy.: 82 tons, froiri Port Pjrie. : J. ■ Same day—Condowie, (yacht) jQyeton, master, from Port Pirie.~' " " "

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. 5.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

ADELAIDE TELEGKAMS. 5.45 p.m. A meeting of the committee for raising subscription to purchase seed wheat agieed that the fund be an auxiliary to that raised.ijyr the Farmers' Asociation. Already the latter has received one hun dred and lour applications, requiring twenty-four thousand bushels. A letter from the Chief Secretary.stated 4hat seed for distressed farmers would be carried free on all railways. The cabinetviH not depart from its decision not to subsidize private subscriptions. It was resolved that the distribution of funds be left to the Central Committee of, the Farmers' Association. Subscriptions received amount to £500, The Port Augusta mail coach, going I^ortfa, collided with a telegraph post be * fore daylight, and capsized near Wild Dog Creek. There were seven passengers on the coach, one of whom and the driver were severely bruised. 24th 12.15. a.m. A girl named Easlea, eleven years of age, was killed near Adelaide to- day by falling off the horse on which she was r...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. THE RUSSIAN SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTOEIA. THE RUSSIAN SCARE. Mr E. S. Thompson, in writing to the Argus in reference to the dispatch pur porting to have been sent by the Russian Admiral to. bis Government points ont tbeir relative positions. The writer points out that no Uossian Admiral would allude to M'Leay as Baron, their being no Barons in Russia. There are various other discrepancies in the alleged -dispatches, any one of which is sufficient to prove its untrustworthines8. Damyon, the Russian Consul in Melbourne, in the course of his interview with the Argus Eeporter said that be would swear, that he received no parcel from the Itnssian - Admiral except the one for (he Hessian Consul in' Sydney, and that he got no letter nor telegram nor dispatches for the Admiral, and that neither of them posted any telegraph despatch. '

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COLLEGE OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

COLLEGE OF MUSIC. A meeting of colonists has been held at Marlborough House,, presided over by tbe Prince of Wales. His Royal High ness spoke of the valuable help rendered by the colonies, and said the advantages of the College of Mnsic which was being established would be open 2o the whole of them.

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PORT AUGUSTA. March 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

PORT AUGUSTA. | (From oar own Correspondent) March 22,1882. Quietness in business circles seems to be the general complaint jast now, owing, no daubi/to the raia holding off so long. We bare had frequent threatenings but the clouds have' always blown off again without even as much as leaving a drop behind. The want Port, as we hare almost an uci]imited.«tjpjrifl from the. rfeservoir, but it is the owners 01 stock in the surrounding and farther north districts who feel the want of it so badly. Twelve cases were down for trial at the Port Augusta Circuit Court, on Monday, 20th inst., before Mr Justice Boacant and Juries, the whole of the cases being disposed of in one day. Our lopal residents very much regretted the idea of losing our respected Poet-Master, Mr J. 'F; -Phillips, in that capacity, but sti 1 we are roore resigned to it as he is not going toleayo the Port, than/we otherwise would hit e been, and wish him eveiy success in his new sphere. Reports ofhissucccseor, Mr Beatton,...

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DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR THE PACIFIC ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOB -\_JHE PACIFIC ISLANDS. AJBpputy-Cominissioner has ieen ap pomted^OT-tfae Pacific* Islands. He will reBide on tlie Island of New Britain.

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JEWISH PERSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

JEWISH PERSECUTIONS. Tho Jewish Chemists in St. Petersburg have been ordered to sell tbeir busi nesses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To-day the WALL ABO 0 TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in future will be as fol lows:— Per quarter in advance (postage in cluded) ... ... — 3s. Do. do. credit (postage included) ••• ... ... 4s. Single Copy-TWOPENCE. j Subscriptions will only he considered in advance-if paid during the first moath in each quarter. D. & A. P. TAYLOR. Times Office, Wallaroo, Jan. 4,1882. To Coeeespondeitts.—"A. yictim of the experiences of a working man." The meaning of your letter is so obscure that we do not - feel justified in attempting-to'unravel it.

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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, March 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times-Office, Wallaroo, March 24, 1882. The wheat market continues' firm and pnMa «rondTorKing. "We are informed that parcels h°.*e been, sold daring the past- -few days at 5s 8d f.o.b; Port Adelaide—a parcel of about 500 bags milling samples was sold at Eadina at da 0|id last Saturday, since that date prices baTe advanced and 5s 4d is now offered at Wallaroo—while flour, bran, and pollard hare also advanced. Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s 4d: Kadina—Wheat, 5s 3id. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 3d^' Green's Plains East—'Wheat, 5s 2d. Green's Plains West-—Wheat, 5s 2d. Barmiga Gap—Wheat, 5s lfd; Snowtown—Wheat, 5s ld The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo :— Flour, £13 5s to £13 10s per ton, cash. Bran, Is 5d per bushel per ton. Pollard, Is 5£d per bushel per ton. Register Office, Thursday, March 23. The wheat market is steady, with a good local demand, at 5s 4d at Port Adelaide and 5s 2d at Port Pirie, .at which holders refuse to sell. Flour is steady. ..Sales of o...

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WALLAROO CORPORATION. THURSDAY, March 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

WALLAROO CORPORATION. Tm-BSDAY, March 23, 1882. Present The Mayor* (Mr Bewt>). Org Walkley, Bath, Trye, Bird, Masters, Phillips, Oliphant and the Toirn Clerk. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Haxoe's Bepobt. The Mayos said it ^as scarcely necessary for him to give them the result of the poll for authorising the borrowing of £350 for fencing iu the park lands. They might however, congratulate themselves on the fact of having during their term been able to carry out a work that would do .so much to improve the town, while itwould be a source of great convenience to numtfers of the rate payers. He would 'suggest that immediate steps be taken to carry out the work, as the dams should be down so as to get filled at the earliest poBsib'e moment; while the fencing should be finished in order to protect the surface after the winter rains began. It would be well for tbem to elect a Committee to enquire as to the best mode of raising the necessary funds, such commit...

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

Clje Wallaroo Cimeg. VTAL.L JlBOO, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1882, j The farmers in - the north who are at present Jn distressed circumstances must fee! gratified at {he interest which many of the wealthy colonists are taking on their behalf, in the-matter of purchasing seed wheat. Some; do not think much of ordinary sympathyt hut although to pity a man who is at the bottom of the hill, may not assist him in the ascent, still it is a a consolation to know that others feel for the misfortune that has befallen one; and when t-iat sympathy takes the practical and substantial form manifested by the meeting convened by the Mayor in the Exchange roam of the Adelaide Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, it can not fail to kindle, a feeling of hope in the minds of those, who, by no fault of tbeir own, now find themselres unable to purchase the seed wheat necessary for putting in their crops. Sueb a meeting, too, .will hare the ad ditional good efiectofstimulating hundreds of others in the colony ...

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WOMAN'S WORLD. HIGHHEELED BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 25 March 1882

HIGHHEELED BOOTS. A good deal has been said in condem- nation of the fashion of high heels, affected so generally by women of all ages at this present epoch. Women have, in consequence been denounced as irrational, obstinate, fashion-slavish, inartistic, ignorant of the true principles of beauty, and so on. But it seems to be forgotten with what heroic self-endurance the wearers of high heels encounter martyr sufferings in the persistence of this prac- tice. And if it should be said, in reply, that the volunteer martyrdom is not heroic, because it has no object, such a reply only shows with what heedlessness many people will give an opinion before having fairly considered the subject upon which they deliver themselves. The wearers of high heels obviously wear them in order to benefit certain classes of their fellow creatures. And first those of the medical profession. The high heel, as anyone knows who is conversant with the antomy of the human figure, throws the body off its natura...

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DIDN'T WANT TO GET INSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

DIDN'T WANT TO GET INSURED. ! He Was an old man, and said he'd seen ! better times. I hoped be had; but as I was unusually busy and didn't want any life insurance, if be mid excuse me— Oh yes, said he. All right, young man, I'll drop in again. The next day he did drop in, and sitting donn on my desk,' began : Nothing in the world' my young friend, will pay co big a per cent, on so little money invested as a policy in the Mutual Benefit Association, the most j reliable and the only solid company on j earth, capital over seven millions, and so prompt—why I insured a man last week for ten thousand dollars, and the same day be was ran over by a street car, so when I sent in the policy and premium, I just said by the way of a P.S.- Bun over by a Iioss car not an hour after insured ; better send on cheque, as he can't live ; both legs cut off. The very next day I got a cheque payable to his heirs for ]0,650 dollars. Dividend, my friend, was more than a premium, and don't you call this pro...

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ATTEMPT TO DROWN A MIDSHIPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

ATTEMPT TO DROWN A MIDSHIPMAN. Two seamen of Northumberland bave been sentenced, one to seven and tbe other to five years imprisonment, for Hltempting to drown a midshipman off tho " Arthur Jatnes" at Cagliari in Sardinia.

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

ljATlSSr WtiWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, March 27tb. Received March 29th, 12.11 - a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 29 March 1882

t*/ ANTED SMART BOYS to «ieliver ** Papers in Kadina and Wallaroo Mine". Apply Office of this Paper, Kadina. LOST, at Wallaroo on Thursday last, near Mr Davies' Yard, a letter con taining Receipts and Contract Pass be longing to the Bailiff Local Court, Wal laroo, Kail'na, and Mo<»nta. Any person returning the same 10 this office, or i\li K^ats at the Local Court, Wallaroo, will be rewarded. YOBKE'S PENINSULA. ANNUAL BACES, 1882. A MEETING of STEWARDS and COMMITTEE .Till tie held in con nection vrith the above RACES for the transaction of general business at the Kadiua Hotel, on WEDNESDAY. March 29, 188*2, at 8 o'clock o.m. J. SPINK, Secretary. FOE SALE OR TO LET, i THE following Sections Hundred of Nmn^s. No. 57, 85. 86. 89, 90. 91, 92, : 93. 94, 99. 100, 102, 106, 115, 133. 134 ; also Hundred of Ticiteru, 98. 112, 119, 120, 144! 152,153, 161,163 and 104. H. D. O'HALLORAN, LAND AGENT, Way mouth Street, Adelaide. FOR SALE, AT Newtown, allotment 400 A containing 1£ Acres o...

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