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COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo Times Office, Wallaroo, April 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

COMMERCIAL. — Wallaroo Timet Office, Wallaroo, April 18. 1882. The wheat market continues firm and ! prices are advancing. The stock at present in J South Australia are in few hands, and bayerS* j do not purchase unless compelled to as prices are so high. In our local market prices hare i advanced from 5s 6d to 5s lOd daring the past few days, and at Port Adelaide from 5s j lOd to 6s for farmers lota while 6s 3d liae'J been paid for shipments and parcels of several thousand bags. Bran and pollard are very j scarce; in fact the demand iB greater than the euppl.v we understand one of our' merchants has bought a few tons from the Biverton Mill and the cost when delivered on the Peninsula will be about Is lOd per bushel. We quote wlieat as follows— Wallaroo—Wheat, 5s lOd. Ksdina—Wheat, 5s 9£d. Moonta—Wheat, 5s 9d. Snowtown—Wheat, 5s 7d. Barnnga Gap—Wheat. 5s 7£d. Green's Plaine—Wheat, 5s 8§d. The following are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo:— Flour, £13 15s to £14 per ton. C...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ANOTHER THEATRE BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

ANOTHER THEATRE BURNT. A theatre in Schwerin has been distroyed by fire. The conflagration took place duriag a part of the play when the building was crowded. Fortunately no lires are said to hare been lost; but the audienee, amongst whom was the Grand' Dake, narrowly escaped.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times
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ELDER, SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

ELDER, . SMITH & Co's. ADELAIDE | PRODUCE REPORT. j There ia a good demand for nearly all kinds r-i produce offering, bat supplies are us a rule only small.—Wool.—At -our sale on Wednesday we brought forward a few late lots of wool which realised satisfurtory prices, greasy bringing up to 8f.l. sheepskins -—The demand for these is active, and now that skins arc becoming more valuable, prices will, materially rise. We hare sold this wek at up to 3a lOd per skin, and 6d per lb for ordinary butchers' and station skins, and we recommend growers to pay more attention to this article.—Hides.—The tnarkej: is brisk, and wet salted Hides in good condition are worth from 3d to 4£d per lb.—Kangaroo Seins.—These sltins bring from 20a to 25a per dozen for best large, and proportionate lates for other sorts.—Tallow an© Fat.-tBest mutton tallow is selling at £31 to £32 per ton, and beef and mixed at £28 to £29 for lots in shipping condition ; irregular lots' bring from 25s to 28s per cwt. ...

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FAILURE OF GRAPES IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

FAILURE OF GRAPES IN SPAIN. The grape season in Liguria is a failure.

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TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, Wallaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

TIME SIGNAL. Harbour Office, WaJlaroe, 1 Time signal on the Government flag9taff>&t *he Harbour-Masters residence the fl&g S,fi (whitf and/ed,) will be hoisted to the mast-»ead every Sunday morning at five minutes to eight o'clock, Adelaide mean time, and on ' the instant of eight o'clock, the flag willdrop corresponding to G-reenwieli mean time lOh 45m 38 7s. After the time signal haB been made the Union Jack willie hoisted. J. OAttSON Observer.

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

Shipping. - t a : . FROM WALLAROO. 4 i; : fira® sp»ii3qp»f,s. jl -.fl-u.l'f s33eam-. sffff <h>r, limited, *<*SjSpB(p^ Dispatch tbeir Steamers as under, when practicable :— f FLINDEB8, FOR POET AUGUSTA i SuhdayMobkisg (_ at7aJn. r EMU, ■ FOE POUT PIEIE—| Thtthsday, (.at 1 o'clock turn. 0 \ c ziubba, poet hnclon4 tsuibdat or jbqux, ^ at 4 o'clock p.m. f"~FLlNDEBS, , | Wbds^sdat. (at 5 o'clock, gun. POET ADELAIDE.—^ .-<*-• | J?BA2SXLIN, I S at, , at 5 o'cIock.p.m. FOE F° ttOBBA, 8 FRANKLIN | Amkehatb Thtobdat's HARBOR ^ At Spjn. Passage money mtjbt be paid before "em* barkabon. No orders taken. All -claims for short delivery or damage mast be tendered within 24 boon of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted fori breakage, :&c.|. nnlew same is pointed out at ■ time of discharge. ■ All cargo is carried by tiiese steamers- subject to the clauses and exceptions on the Company' form of Biilof lading- . . .. The Spencer's Golf Sf^msbip Co., ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

—o— SAILED. Sunday, April 16—Flinders, e.s, 273 tons, Anderson, master, for Port Atunxsta: Hobday, April 17—J. L. Hall, 698 tons, Simpson, toaster, for Newcastle.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

S H 11? PIN G NEWS. arrived. ■ ' •; ] Sanday, April 16—Fliudera, e.s., 275 cons, Anderson. master, from Port Adelaide. Monday, April 17—Bronzwiag, 76 ton, from Fort Adelaide vis Hoonta Bay..

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LAND LEAGUE FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

LAND LEAGUE FUNDS. ' The Treasurer of the Land League slates that the total amount subscribed to the fauda is £188,000, including £3800 from Australia, and £19,000 in Ireland,

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COLLAPSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

COLLAPSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW AGENCY. The International Law Agency which was formed in London, with a branch in Melbourne, for the purpose of recovering unclaimed 'money, has collapsed. There numerousvictims. The - swindlers have absconded. The Treasury, proscutes the treasurer.

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. MONDAY, April 17, 1882, April 17.1882. (Before Mr John.. Christmas, JJP.) [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

POLICE COUJiT—EADXNA. I Monday, April 17.1882. (Before Mr John J. Christmas, JJP.) James Hixon ytw broughtap charged with disturbing the peace of the "Whiteliion Hotel, Eadina, on the previous Satnrdayand.waa fined 20s end cobIb 15s, or 7 ment. v . ■ ^ ^; _ The prisoner clected to take the seren . days. ; What the Old Itkhtlkicak Said.—A few days ago theresat raasmolring-room of a Brighton hotel ,a traveller who thrilled thecon3p«ny"trcth'^ strange adyentures in strange lands., Hi| audience listened wjtfibreat|ilesBintere»tj save one old gentlenofcn, wJi6 mored T«rtlessly inbis seat as the «xplo1te t«lat«i3 became more, and 5Imoi6 Jexitifordinary. v Al last he yalked across the room, and commenceiio talm^v^^me^wS^tpeTt in front Apeaker. •(Afeyoulookingfor any thin zP'^aaked ..latter sharply. rJmSbj^lookae far Truth.™

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FAREWELL BANQUET TO MR J. McMILLAN, AT PORT WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

farewell banquet to me j. McMillan, at port wakefield. On Monday, evening, 'April 17,1882. a farewell banquet was giwen in tbe Foresters' Hall, Port Wakefield, to Mr I. McMillan, who is leaving ' the town for Mannum. About fifty gentleman sat down to a dinner laid oat ia Host Landon's best style. Indeed, there Has everything there that the mo9t fastidious could desire, Mr Wm. J. Wood occupied the chair, being supported on hif right by the guest of the - evening, and Mr John. Styles, J.P., and Mr Furness ; and on his left by Mr Merritt, Mr.H. Smith and Mr P. J. O'Brien. The vice Chair was filled by Mr J. D. Alexander, wbo was supported by Dr Haden and Messrs Habble, Bowling, Wilson, aBd others. Justice having been done to the good things provided, The Chairman gave the usual loyal and patriotic toasts—*• The Queen " and Royal Family," and "the Governor," after which he called upon. Mr J. D. Alexander, vice chairman, wbo proposed " The Parliament of South Australia." Before speaking t...

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REVIVAL OF 'UNITED IRELAND.' [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

REVIVAL OF • UNITED IRELAND .'J The • United Ireland' newspaper which was seized a few months ago, on account of the objectionable tone of some of its articles, has been re-issned; and the editor, who «as imprisoned, has been released^

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LATEST NEWS. EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, 17th April. Received, April 19, 12.30 a.m. REPORTED CONSPIRACY AT EPSOM BACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

lURpp^TBLEGRAMS. k& •' liondon, 17tli;April.i r Seceired, ^.prI119,12.30 a.m. - REPORTED CONSPIRACY AT " : EPSOM BACESi Itis rcported fchattwo of the Shawa and « bonfederaie named Itaiher .have coospired with a number of ^Bookmakers at: .the Epsom Spring meeting for the purpose of cheating the pabiic. The affair has caused a great sensation In sporting circles, and tbe newspapers are Remanding an enquiry. j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

BIETtf. Bbattok.—On the 18th April, at the telegraph Station, Fort Augusta, the wife -of James Br atton of a daughter.

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

NOTICE TO TKE PUBLIC. To-day the WALLABOO TIMES is printed in a new and enlarged form. The terms in fixture will be as follows:— Per quarter in advance (postage included) 3s. Do. do. credit {postage included) ... 4s, Single Copy—TWOPENCE. Subscriptions will only be considered in advance if paid during the first month in each quarter. D. & A. P. TAYLOR. Time s| Office. wauaroo, Ja.ii. -i, 100a.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

Cfac fflSMlai'ac &hmg. WAL/I..AROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1882. If the members of tbe present Ministry; faave any desire to prosecute a work, the Accomplishment of which will cause them, to be remembered with satisfaction long after their places are filled by others, a most fitting opportunity' now presents, itself. We refer to a measure for causing a uniform gauge on all our lines of railway. It was certainly a sorry day for the colony when the 3 feet 6 inch gauge was introduced. Of coarse &t the time it wae thought that with such a system cheap; lines could be Constructed, and parts of the country accommodated, that coold not possibly be opened up with lines of the broad gauge. Experience, howerer,hag ttn^ht1 us that so far ae economy in construction is concerned, the difference between the systems is a mere bagatelle, r ^ we remember rightljvtheinvestigationB of the Public Works ComanssiotK brought to light the fact that theactoal saving in construction, was "less ...

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

...-r — • — THE 'shore B ward will be given to ANYONE who will give INFORMATION that will LEAD lothe CONYTOTlON of the PERSON or PERSONS who WILFULLY SET ON FIRS MY: PREMISES . on the Kadinaand Waliaroo Road, on the morning of &>e 27th March last. '•>. i'. . BOBX. WILL8HTRE, —Wallaroo. Mines. April 4,1882. ~ . . -v" XADINA INSTITUTE! V'" PA?:* Alt J BAZAAR!! BAZAAR!!! AT.Ti those interested in the ILADXNA INSTITUTE are -reminded that a BAZAAR, in aid of the.fands for theba»Mipg of the large HalL will .be. OPENEDon the 24th MAY. On WEDNESDAY and FRIp BAY AFTERNOONS SEWING MEETINGS are held in the Reading Room, where.; all ladies are invited to attend. " The following ladies, as stall holders,, will he glad to receive donations either in moiiey. goods, or materials. Mrs Gurner Mrs Anson " Christmas " Sellar " Sullivan " T. H. Hall « Robinson " Msrtin •« Burden " Newman " Lang " Minchin ERNE8T W. MINCHIN, Hon. Secretary. FOR SALE. SECTION No. 257 and 258,1052 acres No...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 19 April 1882

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " One having rlieir welfare at heart," and "James Malcolm " will appear in oar next issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wallaroo Times — 22 April 1882

£50 BEWABD. TBB ftbore Bsward will be j° ANYONE who "ill TION tint will LEAS to the CONVICTION of ibe PERSON or PERSONS who WIL FULLY SBT ON FIRE MI PREMISES on tie and Wallaroo Boad, oa/fche morning of the 27th March last. BOBT. WILLSHTRE, j Wallaroo Mines. April 4,1882. ] KADINA INSTITUTE. TlA7,k AH.! BAZAAR!! BAZAABI!! j A III those interested in the KADINA; INSTITUTE are reminded that a i BAZAAR in aid of the funds for the building of the large Ha!L*will be OPENEDjon the 24th MAY. On WEDNESDAY and FRI DAY AFTERNOONS SEWING MEET INGS^are held in tho Beading Boom, where j all ladies are invited to attend. The following ladies, as stall holders, ■will: be glad to receive donations either in money, i goods, or materials. Mrs Garner Mrs Anson *' Christmas *' „ " Sullivan '"T. H. Hall " Bobinson " Martin - •* Burden " Newman « Tjftne " Minchm ERNEST W. MINCHIN, Hon. Seeretarj. s FOB SALE, ECTION No. 257 and 258,1052 acres No. 272—534 acres. 284—543 « 291—576 " 327—276 " HUNDBED OF MAI...

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