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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
Salesby Auction, t-HIS DAY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. AT MOOSTA. DRAPERY, EUBNTTUBE, JEWELLERY, &C.j &c. HARLES SUMMERS will sell by auction, at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Moonta, This Day," Saturday, February 18, tit 4 o'clock': sharp— | DRAPERY FURNITURE FANCY GOODS JEWELLERY, and various other Articles. CHAS. SUMMERS, . Auctioneer. OK MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. SALE BY AUCTION. AT MOOSFTA, &lt;3-. TYDEMAJJ will sell by auction, near • Weeks' Hotel, on Monday, February 20,at2p.m-— A reiy Large Quantity of CROCKERY and other Articles. Note.— Monday, February 19, at 2 o'clock. MOONTA. MOONTA. MOONTA. _ *. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. EXTENSIVE SALE OF FIRST-RATE NEW FURNITURE. 6. "TYDEMAN -will shortly sell by auction, at Weeks' Hotel, Moonta— A very large quantify of superior-made Colonial and other FURNITURE, consisting of— ' Iron Bedsteads (all sizes) Cedar Chests Drawers, Cedar Tables Cedar and other Chairs, Cedar Sofas Mattresses, Palliasses Swiiig Dressing-Glasses Americ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the Journal of Society of Arts.J The rapid progress of the Wallaroo mining district furnishes the strongest arguments that can be desired with regard to the expediency of extending all possible encouragement" to mining enterprise^ It seems but yesterday that the whole country (now dotted with flourishing townships, and support^ ing a population of thousands) was a waste and tenantless scrub, and the question that' forces itself upon the mind is, why should there not be a score of Moontas and Wallaroos developed? It is notorious that indications\ of copper abound in every direction, nor is it reasonable to suppose that the indications are all delusive. Perhaps no form of colonial industry is so generaly beneficial as copper mining. A vast amount of labour must neces sarily be employed, ana toe market tnus created for every description of colonial produce is of immense importance to the farmer, stock owner, and to the commercial public in general. There should b...
ADELAIDE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
ADELAIDE SHIPPING. Arrived—Feb. 14—Amateur, schooner, Sydney; Lady Denison, brig, Hobarton; Sea Nymph., brig, coast: Atlanta, barque, Melbourne; Harriet King, schooner, Melbourne. 15—Aldinga, steamer, Melbourne. 16—Sarah, brig, Melbourne. Sailed—Feb. 14—B-angatira, steamer, Melbourne. 15—Pehola, steamer, Melbourne,
MISCELEANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
M3£CELEA3fEOUS SHIPPING-. We observe that 30 tons of copper ore, the produce of the Matta Mine, have been shipped per Adelaide for Port- Adelaide. 'This is we believe the first lot of ore that has been sent from that mine since it recommeneed working. : The Fairfield is loading copper ore for Sydney. , The steamer Royal Shepherd arrived on Thurs\x=req-\ . day evening from Port Augusta, embarked a, few\x=req-\ passengers and their luggage, and on the same evening sailed for Port Adelaide. After taking her cargo of copper ore on board the Jacmel Packet sprang a slight leak, -and the crew in consequence refused to proceed to sea in her, alleging that she was unseaworthy. On a survey, however, being held* she was pronounced perfectly seaworthy, and the crew no longer objecting, she sailed for Melbourne on Friday evening.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Advertiser and Telegraph.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Advertiser ami Telegraph.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, February 15. Grreat excitement yesterday evening, in consequence of the seizure of the Shenandoah by tlie G-overmnent. The seizure is formally confined to the cradle, but virtually amounts to detention of the vessel. Pour men have been arrested, by the police on leaving the ship, and have been charged before the Williamstown Police Court with enlisting. One was discharged, having declared himself an" American by birth. Two were committed for trial, and the other was remanded. 3.43 p.m. l?ellowes has given it as his opinion that the Groverament has no right to search a vessel of war. The Shenandoah has therefore been released. February 16. A sale of Adelaide wheat is said to have taken place at 8s lOd; said not to be a first-class sample.
SCARCITY OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
SCARCITY OF TCATER. Scene at the Aquacopia Hotel, Wallaroo. Gent "shouting" — What's yours? and yours? Both;—" Aqua puer." G. S.—Well, I think I'll take a nobbier of the " pure limpid element" myself, if we can get it. Birchwood's liquors are generally good. Rings. Barman—Did you ring, sir ? G. S.—Yes. Bring three nobblers of aqua puer. Barman returns with the limpid element. G.,S. pays a shilling and says—Here's luck (tasting). I do believe he's adulterated this water with " square " or whisky. That's too bad; if water is 4d a nobbler, we ought to get it pure but I'd rather pay 6d than have it spoiled feeconfe quitea luxury since the long drought. I wonder Government don't put an advalorem duty on it. Obituaby.—The Earl of Carlisle, K.G., Lord Eliot, LadyAlvanley, General Wynyard. C.B., Gen. George Irving, .Dr Park, Mr David Roberts, B.A., Mr. H. A. J. Munro, the Dowager Countess of Abingdon, Mr James Skene, Lieutenant-Colonel T. Sower\x=req-\ by, Sir J. M. Stronge, Bart, the Count...
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, Feb. 17. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
WALLABOO PSICES CUBRENT. WaUaroOj Feb. 17. BREAD AND IXOITB. Bread, 4£d to 6d per 2 Mour, 3d per lb lb loaf ■ BUTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 4&lt;d to 6d per lb Pork, 6d to 9d per lb Mutton, 4d to 6d per lb Veal, 6d to 9d per lb Lamb, 3s 6dto 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr DAIRY PBODTJCE. Bacon, Is 2d per lb Hams, colonial, Is 3d per Butter, fresh, Is 6d lb Do, salt, Is &lt;4d Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is^per Milk, 6d per quart lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, English, Is 8d do Fowls, 5s do Eggs, Is 2 per doz _ . ,v FISH. Oysters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schirapper, 3d to 2s each. Crabs, 6d. to Is per doz PBUIT. Almonds, dried, Is Peaches, 4d per lb Apples, , 3d to. 4d Plums, 6d to 8d per qt Apricots,.3d per doz Pears, 3d to 4d per lb jGkapes^.3d. to.id perlb Lemons, 3d to 4d •; _ VEGETABLES. ' Cabbages, 4d to 6d .Onions, 3d per lb Cucumbers, 4d to 6d Paisley, 2s per bunch Carrots, 4d per bunch. Potatoes,vIs per 7 lb French Beans, 4jd p...
DALE VERSUS ADAMS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
DALE VERSUS ADAMS. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAMjABOO TIMES. Sra,—I beg to accept Mr Adams' challenge in the above controversy, and ask-Mr Adams j to give one respectable, person who. signed the requisition to Say that it was not the one I produced and handed to the chairman at the meeting. But, Sir, you have done roe the] injustice to publish his letter before you pub- j lish an account of one of my meetings, which is.what I never before Jknew to bedojneby aj newspaper. But, Sir, to prove I openly told the meeting I had obtained many names to the requisition, produced the same, handed it to the chairman to read, who declared it was not the same. Mr Naughten produced a printed form,Vith twenty-five MJP.'s names on it, and he s)wd I took that and got those names to it—aske?b Mr T. Elder to sign it, and Mr Adams. I at once denied it, and now can challenge either Mr Naughten or his coadjutor to prove it. I know all the M.P.'s must say I did not get their names. Mr Adams did not read the pri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. >II&lt;AB'00 TPME S SCALE OF CHARGES. Jfour lines and under' ..., Two Shillings Six lines;. ... ... Three Shillings Eight lines ... ... Four Shillinga And every additional line, Threepence. Three insertions .... 12£ per cent • Eour insertions ... 16 per cent . - Six insertions ... 25 per cent .. Twelve insertions ... 33 per cent Twenty-six insertions „ and Over • ... 50 per cent It is particularly r^uestedi&at adrerfeemepie ie ordered for a specific time, otherwise they will % continued until countermanded, as4 charged rfor accordingly. STEAM TO PORT WALLAROO AND PORT AUGUSTA. H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, IL Waed, Esq., Commander, Wili^ettve Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, February IL . jj . ji 25, „ March 11. » it 25. Thi? ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, February 16. WALhABOb OOACH.—NO SEA SICKNESS. - IOUNSEVELL'S Wallaroo Coac...
MR DALE AND MR ANGAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
MR DALE AM) MR ANGAS. TO THE-EDITOR OF THE WALLAE.00 TIMES. •/ • Sib,—-Believing you are a lover of truth, and oppos^3|. to falsehood, encourages me to take my pen td correct a statement that I see published in your paper of the 11th instant, headed as above, and signed by one " Samuel S. Adams." ' Mr Adams says in his letter^"! attended Mr Bower's election meeting last night, and must express my surprise at hearing'Mr Dale deny he had. any communication with. Mr Angas, and was 'in no way interested in iris election for the Legislative Council." i Now, Sir, Mr Dale did not say that he was not interested in Mr Angas' election. "What Mr Dale said at Mr Bower's meeting was this:—" He (Mr Dale) had not spoken to Mr Angas but once, direct or indirect, -for' the last three years, and that was about "eighteen months ago, at North Adelaide Railway Station, when he spoke to him about the train breaking down." And about the paper that- Mr Dale produced at the baker's shop, I wish to put the p...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. HARRIS V. JENKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
LOC&L COURT—KADINA. Wednesday, February 15. (Before J. B. Skepherdson, Esq., S.M.) XiIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVED. Harris t. Jenkins. This was an unsatisfied judgment summons for £112s lOd, and costs. Mr Emerson, for the plaintiff, examined the defendant on oath, who said he was a mason, and could earn 10s a day. Had been building a tank for Mr Eidridge, the publican, at Port Wallaroo. The defendant was allowed fourteen days to give "him time to obtain the amount. i ■ r CBEMXNAL JURISDICTION. . Thomas Mayher appeared, charged with assaulting Barnard Shaw on 7th February, and pleaded not guilty. ^ Mr Emerson, for the complainant, called ^ Barnard Shaw, who said—I am foreman at the g^jmelting Works cruslier. Oa-the 7th February*; saw defendant at a political meeting at the Cor- 1 nucopia between 9 and 10 in the evening. Mr Bower had addressed the electors, and Captain Prance had vacated the chair. Defendant and other smelters came in. As I was going towards the door defendant lai...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
TO CORBESPOJJDENTS. Summebs v. Babnes.—Mr Barnes writes to us, finding fault -with the judgment of the Court in the above ease, and complains that our report of it describes him. as " being brought to his senses " by the Magistrate's decision. The words quoted do not appear in the report—they are Mr Barnes' own.; but if his meaning is that he was not brought to his senses, we offer him our sincerest condolence.