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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
COMMERCIAL. Wai&aroo Times Office, The Intelligence received in Adelaide of the scarcity of horse feed in this district has induced the shipinent of large quantities of the same, in addition to which supplies have arrived to the order of most of our dealers in the article. The recent scarcity was mainly due to the difficulty in the way of getting the fodder shipped, there being an objection to the taking of hay, &c., on board when other less cumbersome' cargo is obtainable. The plying, however, of a steamer between this port and that of Adelaide every week will, it is hoped, obviate a recurrence of any similar scarcity.
THE MONASTERY AT NORWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
THE MONASTERY AT NORWICH. Kitson v. Dbcby.—This case, tjhich his been some time pending, now came on for hearing/ It was a suit-at the instance of the Bishop of Norwich against the Rev. Mr Drury, for officiating at the Monastery at Norwich— an unlicensed and unconsecrated place. The Queen's advocate appeared in promotion of the suit ; and Dr Twiss, with whom was Dr Swabey, appeared for Mr Drury. It was ' admitted that the place was not consecrated, but it was addjed that as it wa.s a chapel, part j of an ancient monastery, it was considered I that the Sacrament might be administered. ! The Queen's Advocate wished torefer to J former proceedings in which " Brother Ignatius" took part Dr Twiss objected, and J tbematter was not pressed. On the,part of-the -defendant it was alleged that it was a;' harsh proceeding on the part of the Bishop. ^ Mr Drury had abstained after he was informed! that he was doing wrong. 3&e monks were one family, and it was hopei that the Court would no...
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 9. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 9. KrETAli. Barley, 7s Od; oats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 3d; bran, 2b ; chaff, lis. - * -BREAD';AND ELOTTB. • Bread, to 6d per 2. lilour, 3d per lb lb loaf . 48s per bag ; , BUTCHEB TttEAT. : Beef, 5d to fed per lb ; 'Pork, 7d to lOd per lb - Mutton, 5d to 7d per lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb Lamb, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr DAIET PBODTTCE. Bacon, ls3d to Is 6d&lt;$Hb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh!, 2s 4d- - lb Prime Do, salt, Is 8d Dp, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial Is 6d Milk, 8d per quart Do, English, Is 9d do Ducts, 8s per pair Eggs, 2s Od per doz Fowls, 5s do FISH. Oysters, none Eish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, none Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, none FKTJIT. Almonds, dried, Is Peaches, none Apples, 5d Plume, none Apricots, none Pears, 4£d Grapes, none Lemons, 3d to 4d each Oranges, 2d to 4d Walnuts, Is VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 4d to 10d Onions, 4d per lb Cucumbers, none Potatoes, 10s per cwt Carrot8,5dper bunch...
WIFE MURDER IN WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
WIFE MURDER IN WALES. On Tuesday, John Crompton, a native of Ludlow, was charged at Builth with having oil the night of Saturday, 4th March, murdered his wife, Mary Ann Crompton, at a place called Berthllwyd, near to Llanwrtyd mineral waters in the county of Radnor. The evidence was of great length, from which it appeared that Crompton was a shoemaker working for " the shop" of the contractor for | the making of the Central Wales Railway, j which runs through Llanwrtyd, and that hey his wife and three children, lived in one of a long range of turf-made huts or cabins raised to accommodate the navvies upontile railway, houses being met with only at wide intervals. But so thickly are these cabins crowded that Crompton had three or four lodgers, and although more than forty summers had "passed over the heads of this couple, and they had had as many as twenty children bom to them in wedlock, he was jealous of one of these men, who had however left at the desire of the woman. On the nigh...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
mm^ii&:NE¥s;: ABBIYED, Wednesday, Jnne V—Cynthia, . schooner, .68 tons, Heath, master, from Port Adelaide. H.3). Gouge,agent. Same^^y—^-Onieo, schooner, 20 «tpns, Wells, master, from Port Adelaide. . Thursday, June8—Mandarin/barqne, Hammond, master, from Port Adelaide. • Same day—Kangaroo, s.s., Orchard, master, from Port Adelaide. W. G. Eland, agent. Pas\x=req-\ sengers—Mr Beeby and Mr E. J. Crawford, in the cabin. - Same day-—Royal, Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, from Port Augusta. . . Same day-—Eclipse, schooner, Yeo, master, from Port Adelaide. D. Bower, agent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
Shipping. STBAM ffO POST WALLAROO ANT) POET AUGUSTA. H E. ^jSerew.- Steamship EOYAL SHJSPHEED, H. W£Bi>, Commander, ■ x Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo land on ' ' SATUEDAY, June 17. The B.OYAL SHEPHEBD will, on herrettini tzip, leave Poit Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port ^Lde]a£de,' :on; - THUBSDAY, June 22. * .. J. B. AUSTIN, ; ' Agent, ' 1 4 d Port Wallaroo. POST ADELAIDE. [HE Steamer IIANGAROO, W. Oechabd, Commander. Wfll leave Port Wailaroo fbr the above Port THIS DAY, Saturday, June 10; 4nd will leave s Port Adelaide for tins'Port on or about Wednesday, June 14. As this steamer will traderegnlarly eyeyy ^veet Ijefcween Port Aidelaide arid Wailaroo, Shippers ;weE;to order their goods by her. ~>l?pr freight or passage, apply to BEEBY & DOTSTAN, &ielaifo;-or V/ \ W. C. ELAND, Agent; , ..... , r 'Wallaroo. ^GgBEEABMg JOSD PLEASAKT TO ADELAIDE. NO SEA SICKNESS. flEHpEVEIiIj'S well-horsed and comfort\x=req-\ ^^^ Wallaroo Coachleaves Kadina on Wednesda...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
IMPORTS. ' Caigoof the Cynthia, from Port Adelaide—5 pkga, Martin; 7 do, Furner; 40 bags chaff, 4 pkgs, Dickenson and Berriman; 6 .do, Tydeman; 5 do, Melvin; 6 do, Order; 5 do, Messent; 2 do, Nation * 6 do, James; 1 parcel, Buckley; 3 do, Bartley; 7 do, Holmes; 57 do, Scarfe and ^Burden; 69do, De Garis; 2 do, Hall; 37 bags, Olifent; 4 pkgs, Sharp ; 3 do, Hart; 11 do, Stephens ; 1 case,Hall; 7 pkgs, Gouge; 32 bags potatoes, 27 do chaff, Whitfbrd ; 2 pkgs, Eland; 4 bags,IIeath; 4 do, Crosby ; 1 case, Ormond ; 10 bags, Brock ; 2 cases, Gadd and Yorke; 17 do, Wood; 9 do, Were; 2 do, Coltman; 9 pkgs, Richards ; 1 hhd, Moyle; 41pkgs iron, Gr. Ward; 23 bales hay, 175 bags chaff, Anderson and Oats ; 8 pkgs, Allanson; 1 do, Peattie; 1 do, Moore. Cargo of the Omeo, from Port Adelaide—15 pkgs, Secombe; 20 bags, Roberts; 20 do, Stevens; 20 dp, James; 20 bdls laths, Bower; 10 bags, • W. Thomas ; 20 do, Lewis; 40 do chaff, Clinch -nd Co.; 1 case, Gough ; 2 hhds beer, Weeks ; 1 pkg, Haddy; 16 bags...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
CLEARED. Thursday, June 8-1—Cynthia,. schooner, 68 tons, Heath, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—-Oineo, schooner, 40. tons, a Wells, master,. for Port Pirie, with part of original, cargo from Port Adelaide. Same day—Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Port Adelaide.
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
IRELAND. A member* of the constabulary force of Mayo, named M'Neilly, writes to the, journals there vouching a long story aboutspiritual influences" that puts the seances of' the; Brothers Davenport into the shade. In the broad daylight, be affirms a family have been, struck by unseen hands, with their own furniture, &c. The turf from the fireside was a favourite weapon yith the spirits, who, on one occasion, sustained a sort of hand to hand fight with the family. A volunteer assailant of these mischievous visitors. from, another . world received such a drubbing that he fled howling. All this the policeman attests,; "fully confident that no human being is behind the screen in the case^' A case was heard Sat the Fermanagh Assizes, j on Tuesday, which may serve to check the' practice of sending threatening letters. A j soldier, who had -been an apprentice to Mr Trimble, of Enniskilleri, but. had gone away and enlisted, was prosecuted for sending a letter to his master, threate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
r' >lMT#iN?-®0 I^NB^PBd^ESTY brought: /^||^^--|i^^^B..BiBriL- Brc^eirty Ait. . .,; Transfers, Mortgagee, Leases/and other :doeu\x=req-\ memte drawn jm. • " •••.•.'•■ * '.' .- ;-•;/' CHABLES E. TIDEMAHN, ^ v , ; " " licensed Land Broker. /Ouri^-streetrljand Oifiee, ; * 1 Adelaide. .:--'-" "12 4 c jpi O E " S A L E, .' TOI^PAEA.—SECTIOlfS No. 20 and 21, toge\x=req-\ • ther 215 Acres, situated not far . from Brown's Public-house. Terms' easy. Apply to ' . CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, Auctioneer. ^Currie-sfcreet Land Office,\x=req-\ Adelaide. 12 4 c 1 FOE SALE, ON LONG CREDIT. A LLOTMENTS—KADINA: Jm. Nos. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to CHARLES TIDEMATm, Licensed Land Broker. - . Currie-street, Adelaide. A LLOTMENTS for SALE in the TOWNSHIPS of 'Co^tOONTA, KADINA, ''W^lETiffOQ-HES, and 'J WALLAKOO, CLENTOIf. ■ - CHARLES E, TIDEMANN, Land Agent. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c ^ L ¥ R ED F BAN C E, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND " LAND AGENT,. WALLAROO. 1-2-c A N I E L THOMAS, At...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
WAIiLAROO: SATURDAY, JTINE 10. The question of Parliamentary " privilege. " is one to which, as far as ordinary mortals are concerned, a good deal of humbug is attached ; so , much so, that seldom is a point of privilege raised, but what the ordinary mortals aforesaid derive considerable amusement therefrom at the expense of the Parliament of the province. It is not our purpose at present to refer to the various instances of privilege discussions which have taken place in our colonial Commons, but to refer to that which has recently occurred in connection with the—may we call it— Land Office scandal. Other privilege cases which have arisen have sometimes affected the dignity of the entire Parliament, but more frequently, we are inclined to think, they have been matters of personal dispute or affront. The present case is, however, far more important to the public generally—or at least is connected with a subject of greater importance than any other privilege case that we can call to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
Late Advertisements. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. WAT MR! W ATE EH THE public of the district are respectfully informed that the great MEETING- to. discuss the question of the WATEB SUPPLY stands ADJOURNED till MONDAY next, at. 8 o'clock in the Evening, at the CORNUCOPIA HOTEL. The chair will be taken by Captein A.\x=req-\ Erance. ' . R HASELGROVE,; 10 6 38 Hon. Secretary. TEAMSTERS WANTED BY THE YUDANA\x=req-\ MUTANA COMPANY. WANTED, 50 to 100 TEAMS, to CASK between Port Augusta and the Blinman Mines. - -CONSTANT EMPIX)YMENT and Advances on the Old Rates guaranteed. Horse Feed sold by the Company's Agent ;at Port Augusta at COST PRICE to Teamsters who will make agreements with him for a term. , ' Teamsters leaving Wallaroo or elsewhere direct For Port Augusta, 'in order to insure feed beings sent round to meet them, will pleaso communicate immediately to R. A. FIVE ASH, 10 6 43 Temple Chambers, Adelaide.... Contracts for supplying wood, to smelting^ works at BId35TMANcan be- made on app...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNEDAY, JUNE 7. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., G. D. Young, P. A. Nation, and J. Dnncan, J P.'s.) FULL JURISDICTION—CIVIL. BIRKS v. WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
- LOCAL COURT—KADINA "Wednesday, Juste 7. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.; G. D. Young, P. A. Nation, and J. Dnncan, J P.'s.) ■bxtsjl JUBISDICTION—civn.. Bxbss v. W ells. Claim for £24 Is 6d* for damages sustained, by the loss of gt' box alleged to have beeii entrusted'with defendant, the captain of the Eleanor steamer: The plaintiff by the evidence of his wife showed that there bad been no delivery to the captain or any of the officers on board, and consequently was non\x=req-\ suited. Mr Dempster appeared for defendant.^ ... , OthersTv. Captain Moore. Mr Emerson was instructed for plaintiffs ; and Mr Dempster and Mr ^Taylot appeared for the defendant. — '•• ! Claim for £31 10s for three arid a-haif days' woi:ks at the The Court |»^. :&13 flOs, being one and a-half "days' jsrages at 20s per day for nine men. . : r" CBIMINAIi JUBISDICTION. J. Reeves was charged with assaulting T. Hodges and —-Uxor. ; Defendant was fined 10s and bound over to-keep the peace for six mont...
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, June 9. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
BUILDING MATERIALS. "Wallaroo, June 9. Retail. Deals, 9x3 ... ... 0 0 7. Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 0£ Ditto, 11 .x 3, solid 0 0 8a Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 0 Of Battens, 7 x 3, solid ...• * 0 0 5 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 0 .0 0J Cedar Board, per foot supdi* 0 0 7 Mooring Boards, T & &lt;3y6 x 1 0 0 2£ Stringy Back, 3^s 2, lfd,per 100 ... ... O 10 0 Ditto,4x3 '? ' - .... 0' 18 0 Ditto, 6 x 1, l£d ... 0 12 0 Ditto, 6x6 ci — 5 ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 9x9 ■ ..v > •-- — Palings, 5 feet, Laonceston 1 »4 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 1 2 0 Laths, 3 feet, ^lOGO 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet6jditto ... 1 ,6 .0 Cement-—Portland 1 10 0 Roman ... 1 0 0 Bbxces, at the kiln ... .3 5 .0 ; Cobbidgaied Ieon, ^ cwt, 33s to 40s Zinc, ^ cwt; 40s Lime, per biuahel, 6d to 8d.
LABOUR MARKET. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
LABOUR MARKET. June 9. Iffliners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Quanymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage, of ore from Moonta Mine, per toil of 21 cwt., 12s. - ! Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 12s, Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines,, per ton of 20 cwt., lis.
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Malls close— " ~ ~' • maaiAaOO. ] For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thuife\x=req-\ day, at 10 p.m. • For Kadma and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. ' KADHfA. ■ "For Adelaide, on Monday, "Wednesday, and F£iday,at5a.Tn. \. A'■.V* For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a.m. - ; . :r-'• ' •. •••."•. ::j For WallaroO, every day: (Sundays excepted), i at 6 p.m. , : MOONTA.. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and] Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. - > j For Sadina and Wallaroo^ eveny day (Sundays excepted)^ &t 3.30 p.m. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865
NOTICE TO ADVETISERRS. WALLAROO TIMES SCALE OF CHARGES. Four lines and tinder ... Two Shillings Six lines ... ... Three Shillings Eight lines ... ... Four Shillings Andeveiy additional line, Threepence. Scaie of Discounts. x Three insertions ... 12^ per cent Four insertions ... 16 per cent Six insertions ... 25 per cent Twelve insertions ... 83 percent Twenty-six insertions and over ... 60 percent It is particularly requested that advertisements be ordered for a specific time, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. Medical _ • ly/TRS BENNIE, PHYSIC IENNE (Fbom IiONDON), May be CONSULTED dsuly in HOPELESS CASES, Medical and Surreal, given over by Doctors as INCUBABLE. Twenty- years' successful experience gives her great confidence in undertaking cures. Consulting letters, addressed to Mass Kennie, Physicienne, Grrote-street west, Adelaide, enclosing 10s in stamps or post-office order, wall be promptly answered; and with. 15s additional (in ...
THE DEATH OF MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865
THE DEATH OF MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. " " The Queen then passed into another hall ; where was eregted the Scaffold covered with ] black ; and she saw with an undismayed countenance the executioners and all the pre - j parations of death. The room was crowded with spectators; and no one was so steeled against all sentiments of humanity as not to be moved when he reflected , on her royal dignity, considering the surprising train of her misfortunes—beheld her mild and inflexible constancy—recalled her amiable ac ¬ complishments, or surveyed her beauties, which, though faded by years, and yet more by her afflictions, still discovered themselves in this fatal moment."—Sums. "Is it then so—how dread the gloom, And terror of this sable room 1 O GodI and can it be my doom. So soon to die! Yes, it is well—this world hath been To me at least a troubled scene ; Long woes, brief joys to intervene; Then sweet to die ? Weep not my maidens for my fate, That soul deserves no happier state, Which, when...