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THE BATHING-HOUSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
THE BATHING-HOUSE. TO THE EpiTOE OFJCHE "STAiaiAEOO TIMES. t*Tste,-—Some unpleasantness has for some time existed between bathers generally of the township and a select few who have erected a bathing\x=req-\ house, which is occasionally made use of by others who did not contribute (because they were not asked) towards the cost of its erection. The aforesaid few indignantly say to the public—"We hare put a bathing-house here for our exclusive convenience. It is private property, and what right bare you to make use of it?" "None whatever," the public reply, " if the question involved the whole matter in dispute; but the fact is, you- have placed your bathing-house on the very spot, and the only spot or bathing-ground in the harbour where access is easily obtained to deep water, and you now seek to force us to walk over several yards of sharp rugged rocks before we can reach it." Ifow, Mr Editor, who has the greatest cause of complaint—the few or the many ? To settle the dispute, I wou...
MOONTA. February 15. 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
MOONTA. ^ . (fbom our own cobrespokdext.) February 15. 1865. I A slight shower'fell this morning, giving promise of more, which, when it comes, will be very welcome, as water is 6s per cask, and scarce even then. Political meetings are now seemingly over for the present, all the candidates in the field for this district having addressed the free and independent electors of Moonta, and received tokens of more or less favor. Whilst upon this subject it would be well to call the attention of residents to the urgent necessity that exists for registration of voters, as Moonta with a population such as it has, will not muster more than 50 to 100 votes—counting those registered to vote at Kadina .and here. A polling place has been granted, and it would be desirable that all should register in good time for another election, which may happen at any time, and come so unexpectedly as to find the bulk of the population disfranchised, through not taking the very slight trouble to register. Buil...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
; ; matt, notices. '' • Mails-elbse— - •'* •' '.t' )\ ' ViXUSOO. 1 For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 10 pii. . ,r ForKadina and Moonta, ereiy day, at S a.m. ■ KADDTA. • ■ ' For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday^at 6 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at' &lt;■ Jj For Wallaroo, weiy day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m. . TV ' JV; ; . For Adelaide, oil Tuesday, Thursday* and Satui^y,^t3^0p.m- ; ... • ForKadiiia and Wallaroo^ every day (Sundays
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
•f; SALE OF OfiOWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide,. February 8, J865. £. &lt;' . ' - ' ■£ LAND SALE, 16th MASCH, Ii8j65. • l^J"OTICE is hereby given, that the' fol lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction^; the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 16th day of March, 1865," at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, a,t the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. ARTHUR BLYTH, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Speciai. Country Lot. County of Daly—Brown's Public - House, Hundred Kulpara. Sec. Acres. , Price. Sec. Acres. Price. 1 9§ : £248 i Country Sections—Upset price, £1 per acrel County of Daly—East of Brown's Public House, and north of t...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865
€b IBnllnrnn Cttttts. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 18. TVAlii.ajioo Bat in its physical features is by no means devoid of beauty. It is i truethat viewing the Bay froin a ship's deck there is nothing grand in the surrounding scenery, and a more hilly background, or a town having a larger number of elegant buildings, would present a ' more pleasing appearance than "Wallaroo does at present. Still it is a pretty Bay, —much more so than Grlenelg; and the Kev. J. Jeffeeis, when here, admitted, in answer t6 a leading question, that it did somewhat resemble the lovely Bay of Naples—at least as far as the water was concerned. Hecent, political meetings have made us aware of an astonishing feet, that all the water frontages have "been sold, from above., the Smelting Works down, to the " Wheal Mister," and this without leaving the public any right of access to the sea. This is a very serious omission, especially in a^plaee where, water is so scarce as it is here. Witli fr^h w^ater, at 6s. a hhd....
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
POLICE COURT—FORT WALLAROO.; Saturday, Febbuaby 18. . (Before if. B. Shepterdson, Esq., S.M.) ThomasMayherand George Dalby were] severally charged with having, on the 13th j instant, by threats and intimidation, endea-1 voured to force Richard Tapping Mid others to depart from their employment at the Smelting Works. The case had been adjourned . from the Court, at Kadina, to enable the de' fendants to engage a solicitor on their belialf. . Mr Emerson appesu-ed for the prosecution, and Mr Palmer on behalf of the defendants, 1 Previous lR> the case being called on Mr Emerson obtained leave to jmend the information. : . • • lVMr- Palmer on looking over the amended. infonmUion said that a material alteration had beeri made.' The Court had no power to; amend an information except upbn immaterial -i^stihia case the information had been sdtered in faiaterial points, and lie submitted it should fall to the ground, • 'v"' His Worship said no material alteration had been effected. He overr...
THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. We proceed to give, as succintlyas possible, a relation of the facts connected with the smelters' strike. On Saturday, 31st December^ the smelters; numbering 64, employed at the reducing furnaces, were informedthat the amount to be paid them in future for smelting ore would. be 10s 6d iai cbargej' insteadof lis. ;^em\x=req-\ gence produced great dissatisfaction. The menIn atopdy metandtalkedtheniatterover, and the result of theixL deiiberationflwas .to : strike, . i^e proiwsed^^ i«ductiorL^K^ n^|i^ alleged that for some, time past : until these were redressed = retain this" communicated" to the manager**"Mr ^Sn^g, he, after diie consideration, consented to aban donthe attempted reduction of 6d a charge. This was made known to the men on the following Mondayr together with an intimation that upon their returning to work, the other matters of which they complained, should be enquired into. The men, however, had taken their stand upon those additional grievances, ...
SUMMARY FOR THE FEBRUARY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
SUMMARY FOR THE FEBRUARY MAIL. We this day present our readers with, our first monthly Summary of news for the English mail. "We must confess that it is not so complete asVe could wish, nor as we hope to make it on future occasions. We have had many difficulties to contend with, but by degrees we hope to surmount them all. At any rate, we can safely say that imperfect as the present Summary is, it surpasses anything of the kind that has yet been sent home from Wallaroo. We flatter ourselves that the numbers of the Wallaroo Times that the outgoing mail will convey to England, will extend information respecting this district, and by so doing will ultimately tend to the benefit of Wallaroo, and through it of the colony at large; \\
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
WAIiLAROO, WEDNESDAY^ FEB. 22.| A meeting of the friends of Mr W. W. Tuxford took place last e vening, at'the CHohe lnh, to form a committee to secure the interest of the voters residing in this district, Captain Alfred France in the chair. Mr W, Square and Mr Whitfbrd addressed the meeting, advocating the desirability of securing that gentleman's return on the grounds i of his liberal political principles and the great; perseverance he has shown in developing the mineral resources of the Peninsula. Acommitee was formed to cany out the object, and after a vote of-thanks to the chairman, the meeting adjourned. Mr Spinks was appointed honorary secretary. We see by an advertisement in another column, that Mr H. 3. Hall, the well-known polyphonist, is about to pay Wallaroo another visit shortly. On this occasion, his style of performance will be slightly different from the last, partaking more of the nature of a dramatic entertainment. He brings with him, in addition to. Mr Mellon, Miss...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
MDOTG. The mines of the Peninsula are presenting, generally a very satisfactory appearance. The quantity of ore sent away from the Moonta and Wallaroo mines has been somewhat less^ on account of the smelters1 strike, than it would otherwise have been ; , but the steady and progressive development of the mines themselves has not been interfered with. Each of these mines is turning out from 1500 to 1600 tons of ore per month. A new discovery | at the Moonta was reported on Monday. It is said that in sinking a tank on the mine the back of a lode of green carbonate was cot. We have been unable to get any further particulars, but hope to do so before our next issue. ... ....... The Karkarilla Mine is going ahead, and Captain Warren seems determined to prove the value of the property. We hear that 80 or 90 tons of good ore are at present at grass, and that it is expected that quantity will soon be looked upon as a regular monthly return from the mine. The present monthly produce is from 5...
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
POLITICAL. - Political meetings, which have lately" kept some parts of the colony in a ferment of excitement, have not been neglected on Yorke's Peninsula. On the 24th January, the ball was opened by the Hon. John Hart) one of the late members for the district; who on the evening of that day met a portion of his constituents at Kadina. He was taken >ito task on account of his past neglect of t!h&lt;e wants of the district, but having, with every appearance of sincerity, promised; to behave better for the future, a resolution was almost tmanimottslycarried in j^ .favour.; He was equally well received at Moonta and Wal\x=req-\ laroo. " -v ■ Mr David Bower, an old and respected resident at Wallar^o, wasbrought forward as a local ^candid^^a^ respectabferequisitions both from Port Adelaide andWall&roo, where he has also held successful meetings. His chance tif' election is undoubtedly good, and we believe the district would receive mor&^t&lt;!^ meat if ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
Election Notices. T|ISTRICT OF PORT ADELAIDE.— A/ X hereby give notice that by virtue of Her .Majesty^s writ tome directed, commanding me to proceed to - the ELECTION of TWO jMEM\x=req-\ BERS to xepresent the district of Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly, Istall at noon on the 15th day of February instant, attend at the chief Voting-place, Port Adelaide, and then and there declare the names of those persons who "have been duly proposed and seconded and have consented to act if elected; and in the event of "more than two persons being duly nominated, I further give notice that on the 1st day of March next, at the. chief Yotipg-place, and at such otiier Vbtang? places as are appointed by the said district, I stall by myself and deputies proceed to take the votes of persons qualified to vote for members of the House of Assembly. ANTHONY HALL, Beturning Officer Port Adelaide District. , Chief Voting-place—Port Adelaide. Other Voting-places—Dry Creek, Waterloo Corner, Tfodina,, Wall...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
SAILED. Wednesday, February 1—Royal Shepherd, s.s., H. Ward, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers —Mr P. B. Coglin, and others, in the cabin. / , Same day—Cynthia, schooner, Heath, master, for Port Adelaide. Wednesday, February 1—Royal Shepherd, s.s.f fo Port Adelaide. Thursday, February 2—Cynthia, schooner, for Port Adelaide. i Same, day—Sea Nymph, brig, for FranMin Haibour. Thursday, Feb. 10—Maiy Stewart, schooner, 73 tons, M'Donald, master, for Coffin's Bay, in biedlaisjt. .. . .. _ • -Monday, February 13—Royal Shepherd,- s.s., for Port Augusta.^.V Tuesday, February 14—Jaemel Packet, brigantine, 115" tons, Dawes, master, for Melbourne. Same day—Eclipse, schooner, 72 tons, Yeo, -master, for. Port Adelaide. - Thursday, Febrvajy l6—Royal Shepherd, s.s.. Ward, master, for Port Adelaide. r Friday, Februaiy 17—--Adelaide, schooner, Coleman, master, for Port Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
N O T I C E. LL Pigs, Goats, and Fowls TRESPASSING JljL on Allotments ISTos. 13 and 14, Clara\x=req-\ street, after this date, will be DESTROYED. Feb. 20,1865. ALL descriptions of JOB PRINTING can now be executed at' the " WALLAROO TIMES " Printing Office. Posters, Circulars, Cards, Bill Headings, &cv &c., IN ANY COLOUR, executed in a workman^ like manner, and on the shortest notice. JAMES HOSKINO.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
Medical. RS RENFIE, PHYSIGIENffE (Fbom ^oxdon), May be- CONSULTED daaly in -HOPELESS OASES, Medical and Suigical, givenover by Doctors as UfCTJBABLE. Twenty years'' successful experience gives her great Confidence in undertaking cures. - • • - Consulting letters, addressed to. Mrs - Bennie, Physicienne,.. Grote-street west, Adelaide, enclosing 10b in^tampB or post-office order, will be promptly answered ; and villi 15s ,additional (in all, 25s), Remedies will be sent to any post town in Hie colony," with. her list of hopeless cases cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafness, xdcers;; cancers,; eruptions, nervous ,disord:ers, heart palpitations, consumptive cpug^ bSiotiB indigestion, rheuma,\x=req-\ tism, lameness,-dropsy, female disorders, children's - complaints, wormB &c. * Storekeepers* &c. A £ L A R O O S T O B E. P. SHARP has always on band ; a Well\x=req-\ Selected STOCK of . GROCERY, OILME^S STORES r mONMOTOEEfT and CEOCEESY. P. SHARP, 1-2-c Storekeeper. Boot and Sjpiee H...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
MISCELLANEOUS. After takmg her cargo of copper ore on board the Jaemel Packet sprung a slight leak, and the crew "iii 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 ,olgectmg, £he Bailed for Melbourne on Eriday ;^enil^ v \'V- - - ■:;■ .1 ] :■ We observe that 30 tons of copper ore, the produce of thie" 'Matta JUjne, liavebeen shipped ygerj .Adelaide for .; Port Adelaide. This is we h^eye thc jjSi^ lot of ore 3mt has been se^t from thatniine since it xecommeiieed working. *1
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
BIRTHS. Bbown.—On the 23rd January, at Kadina, the tlie wife of Mr David Brown, coachbuilder, of a daughter. Habbadine.—On the 6th February, at Stirling\x=req-\ street, Port Wallaroo, the wife of Mr F. Harradine, of a eon. Graham.—On the 14th February, at Kadina, Mrs"®. J. Graham, of a daughter. Hoskijtg.—On the 16th February, at Clarence\x=req-\ street, the wife of Mr J. HosMng, of a daughter. Both doing welL DIED. Denuts.—On the 6th February, at the Court\x=req-\ House Hotel, Redruth, Maria Antoinette, the beloved daughter of James and Mary Ann Dennis, aged ten months.
TO WILLIAM SQUARE, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
TO WJTJ.TA M" SQUABE, ESQ. Sib,—I have the honour, bj direction of the Attorney-General, to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 30th nit., rand, in answer, to state that his Excellency- the Goyernor-in-Chief has been pleased to remit the remainder of the sentence on all the parties therein-named. The-prisoners hare been discharged.— -I have, &c., ' N. S. Quick, Secretary A.Gr. Attorney- General's Office, Feb. 13,1865. On the 8th instant, not having received the Attorney-General's reply, and being in Ade laide, X called at the Gaol, and then learned that eleven of the men vvere still undergoing their unjust sentence; one had been liberated the previous clay. I then waited on the Hon. ,the Treasurer, and ascertained that the Attorney-General was out of town,-, and nothing could be done until he could be com municated with. On the 13th instant I re ceived the letter from the Attorney-General's office, informing me that the whole of the men had been discharged. Nowj Sir, I...
COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 February 1865
COMMERCIAL. WiiitAEOO Times Office, , ; , Tuesday Evening. In conBeqaence of iihe smelters' strike trade for] the past Bix or seven weeks has been unprece\x=req-\ dentediy dulL Stocks of many descriptions of goods are running low, and tradesmen in the pre- j sent state of affairs are not desirous of hastily j replenishing them. ' I The dry weather unfortunately gives no promise j of an immediate change. The drought has lasted; some seven or eight months. The tanks in the township are empty, and lite inhabitants have' been for some time past supplied with water from the stalls at 6s a hhd. Bran, Is 8d % chaff, 8s j barley, 6s- oats, 7s jj pollard, 2s 2d. j