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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 21 June 1865
Auctioneers, Lami&gents, &c. r OlSEY ®6 Miro^EOPEETY brought _. under tlie Beai Properly-Act. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, and other documents dpimu^ * ' ;CTTABLES E. TWElSAMN, ■ ' licensed iLand'Broter. • "_,*•* .7/. Adelaide. , „ . 12 4 c O E S A L E~, KUI/PABA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, together 215 Acres, .situated not far from Brown's Public-house. i . ^Derms easy. Apply to CHAIII^S E. TIDEaiANW, ' Auctioneer. Cnrrie-Btreet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c FOB SALE, ON LONG CREDIT. ALLOTMENTS—KADINA: Nos. 32,43,47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to CHARLES TIDEMAISnST, Licensed Land Broker. • t CuiTie-sfcreefc, Adelaide. A LLOTMEMTS for SALE in the TOWI\x=req-\ A. SHIPS of , MOONTA, KADINA, POET HIJGrHES, asb WALLAROO, CLINTON. CHARLES E. TJDEMANN, land Agent. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c ^ L E R E D FRANCE, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, WALLAROO. 1-2-c A N I E L THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, KADINA. 1-2-c G. T T D E M A N, AUCTIONE...
LABOUR MARKET June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 21 June 1865
LABOUR MARKET June 9. ,Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do CJarpsnters, 10s to IlsSg*' Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem^ \: do - Masons, lis tO'lSsdo Lumpers, 8s do Captage jof iq^ ^m ^Ioonta Mine, pep ton o2 21 cwt., 12b. Ditto ditto firom^Celta lime, 12s. .Ditto ditfcoircrai Karkajilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of , .,S0.cwt., lis. -> * "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 21 June 1865
Shipping. STEAM TO PORT WALLAROO AND POET AUGUSTA. T H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Wa^d? Commander, Willleaye Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, July l. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, oh her return trip; leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, June 22. , J.B.AUSTIN, Agent, 14 d Port Wallaroo. FOE WALLAROO. fjpHE Steamer j ELOTG-ABOJ9, \ W. Obchaed, Commander, f . . Will leave Port Adelaide on o£ ab^^_ VVJKjD\x=req-\ IfESDAY, June 21th; and j for Port Adelaide on or about th&lt;3; ' 24th inst. v : „ .As this steamer will trade regularly e^ery "week between Port Adelaide^ ^Etnd W®^rop,v ^Mppera will do well to order tliei^^oods bp;&ejr&' | , ECLIPSE, . flaying nearlyall her cargo engaged, will hare immediate despatch. For-freight ;Or passage, apply to if- . DAVJi): BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; aTOHSr YEO; or to f. - . ■ 14 6 c J fHICmSIGiraJES of -Cargo, ei \-Jr Jessica, are requested to 'Agents • to receiv...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 21 June 1865
IMPOSTS. Cargo.of the -Balmoral, from Jrort Frederick, V.D.L. (misprinted" in Saturday's Times as from Port Adelaide) —25,000 feet timber,10,000palings, 2 tons hams and bacon3 20 do potatoes, 1 do onions, 5 do carrots, 2 do parsnips, 1 do beetroot, sundry bushels apples and pears, 1000 do oats, sundry cases cheese and butter, W- C. Eland. Cargo of the Royal Shepherd, from Port Ade\x=req-\ laide—1 case drugs, Meredith; 2 pkgs, Clinch and Co.; 14 do, Richards; 1 do, Potter and Page; 26 do, Dickenson and Berriman; 1 do, Thomas; 20 bags flour, H. Martin; 34 do, Evers ; 5 do, Furner; 1 do, Chappell; 1 do, Hyde ; 15 do, Lauiy; 2 do, Tydeman; 1 do, Tama and Knobb; 11 do, Ware; 4 do, Stephens; 12 do, Secombe; 2 do, Wenlock and Grirner; 5 do, Hail; 1 do, Bails and Pinnick; 3 do, Moyle ; 6 do, Herman ; 1 do, Wankervis; 1 do, Sparkman and Co.; 140 half bags flour, 112 do chaff, Stacey; 4 cases, Gadd and Yorke; 1. do, Walkley; 2 pkgs, Daniel; 5 do, Rowe; 1 do, Murray; 1 do, Serle; 4 do, Grant; ...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 21 June 1865
CLEARED. Saturday, Jane 17—Kangaroo, steamer, 200 tons, Orchard, master, for Port Adelaide, Same day—Mandarin, barque, Hammond, master, for Port Adelaide. Monday, June 19—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for Port Augusta.
PETITION FOR RESERVOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
PETITION FOE EESERVOIKS. The following petition was prepared and adopted by the Committee appointed^ at the; public meeting on the water question. Aj large number of signatures has been obtained, | To the Honourable the House of Assembly in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of the undersigned, Sheweth-^- , That since the settlement of the township of Wallaroo, in or about the year I860, the inhabitants have suffered serious inconvenience during the Summer months, from want-of water, there being no. fresh springs in the neighbourhood. ! That for several months in each year the population, which is rapidly increasing and is ! estimated to number in the township of Wal\x=req-\ laroo at present about three thousand souls, has been dependant almost entirely on the supply of water furnished by two stills 5 aud when, as has sometimes happened, one of these stills has got out of order, the scarcity aud increased cost of this most important necessary of life has been very serious. Th...
THE MATTA DRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
THE MATTA DBAIN. The execution of the Matta drain is proceeding at a rapid rate. A proper conception of the magnitude of the work is best obtained from a personal inspection of it. The whole scene forms in many respects a striking similarity to a rush on a newly-discovered " lead" at the diggings. There are the successive heaps of freshly broken ground, the miners busily working at the windlasses, the " thud " of the pick, the flimsy tents and airy gunyahs, the extemporised fireplaces, the leafy screens over the holes, and the improvised smitheries,—and all these form a startling contrast to the freshness and hitherto unbroken solitude of the surrounding bush. About 130 men are at present employed upon the work, which it is expected will be finished in the course of five or six months. lie drain, after leaving tlie Matta, will receive the water from the Wallaroo Mine, and cross under the tramway to the westward of Eladina, and will thence proceed in a northerly direction. From the M...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
MINING. The progress of discovery in mining has been very satisfactory during the past few months. There has been an important discovery at the Yelta Mine; and the Karkarilla is steadily improving. The New Cornwall appears likely to recover its good name. Hie North Wan\x=req-\ dilta also promises well, and the South Wallaroo and Kurilla are likely to become productive and payable mines. We may yet hear of further discoveries. Who could have foretold five years ago that in the scrubby ground, now the site of the Moonta, a mine surpassing the Burra would be discovered? Yet so it is; and we would venture to predict, that before five years more are over our heads new Moontas will be discovered, and the mineral products of Yorke's Peninsula doubled. THE WAiLABOO MINES. There is nothing new to relate of the Wallaroo Mines further than that the yield of ore both as regards quantity and quality is nearly the same as it has been for the past three or four months. The number of persons employ...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
WATEB SUPPLY. A betubn of the quantity of water made artificially by means of distillation, on Yorke's Peninsula would be by no means an uninteresting on; unimportant addition to the statistics of the colony. We believe a very close approximation | of the quantity of water supplied from i the various stills can be arrived at for the five months, from 1st December, 1864, to 30th April, 1865. At Kadina the quantity is estimated at 268,520 gallons, including Mr Dawes' still at theDuryea Mine; at the Wallaroo Mine, 317,800 gallons. At Wallaroo, for the stills of the Smelting Works and Railway Company, about 366,800 gallons have been made, and at Moonta about 610,416 gallons. Estimating the total quantity of 1,558,536 gallons at a fair average price, say 6s per hhd,, a | population of say 8000 souls have paid for water during five months of the year the sum of £8158 6s,, or above £1 per head for all the inhabitants. And be it remembered that this is only the return from six stills, some ...
SUMMARY FOR THE JUNE MAIL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday evening, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
FOR THE JUNE MAIL. Wallaeoo Times Office, Friday evening, June S3. • Oub Summary for the outgoing mail will be found to contain several items of interest, shewing the advance the district is making—both socially and in its peculiar province as- a copper pro-, ducing country. We have devoted considerable space to the chief matters of local importance—the water supply, the drainage from mines, mining intelligence, and public, works. "Want of space prevents our adding more by way of- introduction; and for the same reason we must postpone any comments on the English news until our next.
MAJOR VON TEMPSKY'S FOREST RANGERS AND THE MAORIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
MAJOE VON TEMPSKY'S FOREST RANGERS AND THE MAORIS. We take the following from the' Wanganui Chronicle:— Major Von Tempsky, with his men, have been encamped for some days at Kakaramea. A few days ago some of his men fell in with a party of Maoris on the left bank of the river, and thinking their pa was on the side, Major Vori Tempsky went over and reconnoitred, when he found from the fires he saw that they were lying on a small flat in the bush on the right side of the Patea, surrounded by high wooden hiils. He explored a path for some distance to this pa, and on Saturday morning last, the -13th instant, .at one o'clock, he set off with forty-eight Forest Rangers and sixteen Waikato Militia, Captain George, Lieutenant Westriipp, andEnsign$ Whitfield arid Etwin, for this Maori settlement. He left Lieutenant Malode, with twenty additional men, to guard &pass tiver a. cliff about 150 feet high, which the men had to descend by meanis of supple\x=req-\ jacks andflax ladders. When ...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
VICTORIA. A horrid picture illustrating one feature - of Chinese social life, at least as it obtains on the Australian gold-fields, is thus presented in the Ararat Advertiser:—'''' At the base of the range to the west of Ararat, and in a thickly growing1 clump of young trees, is a lonely and to out- ] ward seeming a deserted tent. It is surrounded by a thick hedge of brushwood, and offers no i signs of being inhabited, beyond a worn path j that leads across the threshold of the calico entrance. The dwelling is isolated from all others in the neighbourhood, and presents a singular aspect of solitude. The stranger passing near at certain hours, if perchance he may stumble on the place, may see a can or plate of rice laid there for the use of the occupant ; or the haggard figure of a Chinese may be observed at times creeping towards the feed, which he languidly takes within the tent, from whence he issues no more during the day. This unfortunate creature—who had been deserted by his co...
A BURGLAR RAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
A BURGLAR RAID. On Sunday night a series of burglaries took place, which for their audacity, have been, scarcely paralleled in this district. The suburban and country hotels appear to have been selected as the most likely places to yield a rich harvest. The Waurn Ponds Hotel, six miles from town, on the Colac\x=req-\ road, kept by Mr Simmonds, seems to have been the first attempt made. This was at one o'clock in the morning; whether the j thieves were successful there we have not been i able to ascertain. It is said that their booty! was limited to sixpence. The next place they visited was Ceres, when they broke into Mrs Selby's premises, but their only booty was an opossum rag, leaving in exchange for it a large sheath knife. From thence they proceeded to the Barrabool Inn, kept by Mr Cartwright, where they entered the premises, and, after indulging in sundiy drinks, and leaving an array of empty bottles on the counter, they walked away with the till, which, no doubt to their bitte...
LATE TELEGRAM. LONDON, May 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
LATE TELEGrBAM. Lcxndoit, Mav 2nd. The following is a later telegram, to May 2nd:— Queen Victoria lias sent a letter of sympathy to Mrs Lincoln. Rear-Admiral Fitzroy has committed suicide. . Secretary Seward is gradually reco^er\x=req-\ ing\x=req-\ Mobile has been captured by the Federals. Great indignation meetings have been held throughout England on account of President Lincoln's murder. Confederate General Johnstone has surrendered. The Confederates burned 90,000 bales of cotton at Montgomery. Sherman has concluded a truce with Johnstone to neg >tiate an amnesty, for all Confederate armies. The Federal Government disapproved of this, and ordered a renewal of hostilities. Both of Lincoln's assassins have been shot dead. Three hundred conspirators have been arrested. Cotton, lljd. per lb. Gladstone1 s annual budget shows a surplus in the revenue of £4,000,000. Sixpence (6d) per lb. duty has been taken off tea, and 2d. off the Income-tax. We believe no definite arrangement has y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
Lite Advertisements. -1TIOUND, a BLACKSMITH'S VICE. The J? owner can have it by paying expenses. Apply to Wm. H. Beaglehole^ Builder, Kadina. WALLAROO CEMETERY. IENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of JL a DRY LIMESTONE WALL round the Wallaroo Cemetery. Specifications can be seen at the Smelting Works Office. Tenders to be sent in to the undersigned on or before Monday, 3rd July. a A YIN D. YOUNG, 24 6 43 pro Trustees, PATTERNS, post free, from a LARGE STOCK of TWEEDS, DOESKINS, BROADCLOTHS, and all the NEWEST MATERIALS for SUITS and OVERCOATS, •Hath Instructions for self-measurement. A. MACGKEORGE, Ciothieb, Outfitter, Tailor, ksd Men's Mercer, 40, King William-street, 24 6 q ADELAIDE. ON" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. At Eleven o'Clock. SALE BY AUCTION. TOWN SECTION, NO. 72, WALLAROO. ALFRED FRANCE will Sell by Auction, at the Globe Inn, Wallaroo, on Wednesday, Jane 28, at 1 o'clock-— Valuable BUILDING- SITES, situate on Lydia-terrace, Wallaroo. The situation is the very best at the Bay, ha...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
SHI l'PING NEW S. ABBIVED. Thursday, June 22—Hoval Shepherd, ss., 300 tons, Ward, master, from Port Augusta. J. B. Austin, agent. Same day—Kangaroo, e.s., 200 tons, Orchard, from Port Adelaide. W. C. Eland, agent.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
A M E E I C A. General Lee, with 20,000 men, surrendered to General Grant on the. 9 th April. The surrender caused great rejoicings in the Northern States. President Lincoln was shot through the liead on the 14th April, while at 3?ord's Theatre, Washington. The assassin procured admission to the President's box bnthe pretence of being the bearer of despatches from General Grant, and then shiot the President with a one-barrelled pistol He then jumped on the stage, flourishing a dagger, and uttering Latin Ejaculations. He made his escape through the back entrance, and got off before any one had presence of mind to &lt;3ateh him. ' -About the same time an attempt was madeto assassinate Mr Secretary Seward, by a man who went to his house and demanded to see him. about some - medi cine. Upon being refused admittance lie pushed his way forward* and met Mr ^Frederick Seward, whom lie felled with a blow from a bludgeon. He then entered the chamber and knocked down Major Seward, and ...
CREARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 June 1865
crsABga). Thursday, June 22—Sfkdora, barque, Freebody, master, for Valparaiso. In ballast. Same day — "Royal Shepherd, b.b., Ward, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers from Wal\x=req-\ laroo—Messrs Lindsay, Wearing, Debney, Tolly, and Banbury, in the cabin.