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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Adelaide, from Port Adelaide—7 pkgs, Thomas j 2 do, James j 7 do, Axford; 4 do, Sossiter; 31 do, Clinch and Co.; 1 do, Martin; 2 do, Hyde ; 105 do, Moonta Mines; 127 do, Wallaroo Mines; 174 do, Smelting Works; 87 do, Matta Mines; 103 do, Eland; 1 do, Parker; 2 do, Drew Brothers; 3 do, Messent; 8 do, Bower; 41 bags chaff, Stacey; 1 case, Shaw; 42 bags chaff, 3 pkgs, Whitford ; 2 do, Anderson; 1 do> Cook; 1 do, Currant.; 20 do, Scarfe and Burden ; 16 do, Moyle; 48 do, Hall; 1 do, Elliot; 10 do, Rounsevell; 2 do, Beaglehole. Cargo of the Omeo, from Port Adelaide—5 casks beer, Haselgrove; 2 cases, Haddy; 63 pkgs, Scarfe and Burden; 10 do, Thomas; 2 tons chaff, K. Honey.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

CLEARED* Saturday, July 22—Kangaroo, steamer, 200 tons, Orchard, master, for Port Adelaide. Monday, July 24—Oineo, schooner, 40 tons, Wills, master, for Tunby Bay.

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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

KADESTA. CFBOM OTTB OWN COEEEgPOHDENT.) Very seasonable winter weather may be recorded ofthe week, and very much thetanks and gardens of Kadina are improved by it. I also believe that the crops on Green's Plains are in Erst rate condition through it; and may fortune xmtinue to favour thos« pioneers of agriculture on the Peninsula. Some excitement was caused last week by the liscoveiy of strong stains of copper in a tank being sunk for Mr J. Gaskell of this town. I have heard competent authorities speak in exceedingly favour\x=req-\ able terms of the probability of large quantities of 3opper being in the immediate neighbourhood of these indications. The clay is richly covered with the green stains of the copper. A melancholy event occurred a few days in the ieath of a poor woman named Clarke. It appears that some time ago it came to the ears of some of our townsmen that a family, living in the scrub, was in great distress through sickness! The man, it appears, was a woodcutter, but u...

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ALL SAINTS, MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

ALL SAINTS, MOONTA. On Sunday, July 23, All-Saints' Church, was consecrated by the Bishop of Adelaide, assisted by his chaplain, the Rev. Basil Craig. In recording this event we cannot but congratulate the members of the church at Moonta on having a suitable place of worship erected and completely finished, in the short space "of time tliat has elapsed since the foundation stone was laid. vWitIi respect to the church a few words may be said for those who, living far away from Yorke's Peninsula, .will, probably , never see what their contributions have aided others to do.. The church is a plai# one, in the early English style, with a porch and chancel - its gables surmounted with crosses. The windows are of stained glass. The cedar seats are arranged on the open seat principle, and are solid and handsome, each being provided with a hook-rest. The floor, of the chancel is raised, and is. covered with a crimson Brussels carpet, as are also the .platforms on each side of tie chancel arc...

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YESTERDAY'S GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

YESTERDAY'S GALE. We have again this winter to record the occutrence of a strong westerly gale, accompanied by an unusually high tide. For some two or three days previously the wind had been from the northward, and the weather betokened rain; the sky was overcast, with occasional flashes of lightning. About noon oh Moncfey the northerly wind gave place to a westerly squall, which blew the dust and gravel into one's face with most annoying smartness. The gale set -in on Monday night, Continuing* with violence throughout the greater portion of the succeeding day. Considerable damage has been done both in the township and amongst the shipping. We give elsewhere the particulars of the loss of the Government tender Blanche. The schooner Omeo very narrowly escaped a similar fate. schooner had. two anchors out, but one ill ber cablesparting,^hedn^e&with 'the' other anchor near toihe «pot 7where the Blanche bad; sunk. Sheb^mped once or twice on the., rocke, unsteppirig her rudder fr...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (fbom otje own coreespondent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. The Protector of the Aborigines has been ordered to proceed to the Ear North to the relief of the natives. Messrs Bonney, Cavanagh, and the \jhief Inspector of Sheep have been appointed a Commission to inquire into the state of the Northern runs. The Douglas has arrived at Melbourne from Batavia, with the .following passengers from Adam Bay:—Dr Goldsmith, Pearson, King, "Roberts, Bead, Smith, Gilbert, Auld, and Ware of the first: expedition, and Deacon and Edmunds of the second. They state that great dissatisfaction exists at Escape Cliffs among both parties, Mr Einniss having failed to improve in the management of affairs. The larger portion of the town had been surveyed at the Cliffs. The men had been working throughout the wet season. A parly of seven men, named J. Stone, A. Hamilton, W. Mann, 0. Hake, F. Edwards, J. White, and J. Davis left the Northern Territory on the 7 th of March in a ship's longboat,...

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THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

THE WATER SUPPLY A meeting took place at the Cornucopia last evening to elect a committee to apply for the inonej voted by the Government for the construction - of tanks In this township.. But few persons were present. Mr Gk D Young was called upon to preside. The Chaibman said that Captain France would f state why the meeting had been called together. - Captain Fba&ce said he hadtaken itnpon himself to call the meeting in consequence of a message he had received from Mr Bower, to the effect that it would be desirable to call a meeting to nominate certain gentlemen, in whose hands should be vested the money (£2000) which the Government had voted. Three names had been mentioned as the number of which the Commit\x=req-\ fcee-should consist, but at Moonfca five had been nominated. Whatever names were chosen, they woidd be subject to the approval of the Government. Mr Whitfobd thought it would be desirable to have five persons oh the Committee, and moved a resolution to that eff...

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LOSS OF THE BLANCHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

LOSS OF THE BLANCHE. The Government tender Blanche went ashore yesterday morning, and has become a total wreck. At the time of the occurrence there were on board the master (Mr Graham), Mr Michelmore, and two seamen. The wind throughout the night blew furiously, but no apprehension of danger appear to have been entertained on board prior to the accident. The tender on the previous day was secured to her moorings near the-jetty, and it was supposed that she woull ride out the, gale in safety.- Those on board had accordingly retired to their berths. About 2 o'clock Mr Michelmore, who had been unable to sleep on account of the pitching of the vessel, suddenly became sensible of a peculiar vibratory motion, and fearing that something Tiad happened, rushed upon deck, when 'he found that the tender had either broken or was dragging her mooriugs, and was close upon shore. He at once roused the master and men, and Mr Graham promptly set the foresail, but his efforts to save her were unavail...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close^—. . : W-A1IABOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at,10 p.m. For Kadfina and Moorita, every day, at 8 a.in. MOONTA. : For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo, every day .(Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. KADINA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a.m. For Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m.

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LABOUR MABKET. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

LABOUR MABKET: Julv 21. : Miners, 45s ^ weet v Plasterers, Us to 12srdo Carpentere/lOs to lls^ Labourers, diem Jiww ■ ; QuarrymeivSs do TtfVmnna, lis to 12s do. i Lumpers, 8s do CiKrfggK of ore from MoohfeMine. per ton of 3@«wt.,14s. Ditto dittofiwm-Xelta Mine, 14s. ^3}ittoi3itto&oni Karfomlfa Mine,' 14s. CartageyoF stores to the above mines, per ton of "20twt.,^15s.

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Wallaroo Cimes. WALLAROO: WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

WALLAEOO : WEDNESDAY, JULY 26. A matter always of great importance to a commercial people is facility of communication with other countries, or with different parts of its own. Postal communication between Great Britain and all parts of the civilized world is now brought to a hj^gh state of perfection. Her steam vessel%J8lter traversing thousands of miles of ocean, arrive at their various destinations with a punctuality which is truly marvellous. Facilities now exist for the conveyance of passengers* along with Her Majesty's mails—both by sea and land— which fifty years ago were not dreamt of. The mails being now-a-days aliriost entirely carried by contract, the mail contractors generally mate their arrangements with a view to the performance of the double service. The ocean steamers engaged in the mail service to- America, India and Australia derive, a large revenue from the passenger traffic. The Peninsula and Oriental Steam Navigation Company have for many years, conveyed the mai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

Government Advertisements. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, June 21, 1865. LAND SALE, 27th JULY, 1865. "VrOTICE is hereby given, that the following portions of Crown Lands will he offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 27th day of July, 1865, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at 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. H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Country Sections.—Upset price, £1 per acre„ County of Daly—West of the Kurilla and Duryea Mines, about three and a-half miles west-south-west of Kadina, Hundred of Wallaroo Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. Ill 100 118 100 112 100 119 100 113 100 120 100 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 July 1865

Late Advertisements. ON MONDAY, JULY 31. At Twelve o'Clock. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. D. GK)U<3-E -will sell by auction, as * above, on the Wharf, .at "Wallaroo— About 10,000 feet 3x2,4x2, and 5x2 HARDWOOD TIMBER AlfiO, 20 Doors (double moulded), 2 ft. 8 in. x 6 fib. 8 in., and 3 ft. x 7 ft. ON MONDAY, JULY 81. At Twelve o5 Clock. TO SPECULATORS, STOREKEEPERS, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. HD. GOUGE -will sell by auction, as • above, at his Store on the Wallaroo "Wharf—r A Quantity of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, comprising— Sperm Candles Scotch Oatmeal Colza Oil Coarse Salt American Chairs Mauritius Sugar Cheese Lamps Brandy Gin Whisky Cigars Drapery &c., &c., &e. AlSO, Allotment No. 35, and portion of Allotment No. 101, Township of Wallaroo. AISO, A well-known SADDLE HORSE WILLIAM ' W. SPINES, WALLAROO BAY, Begs to inform Ms Mends, and the inhabitants of Wallaroo, Kadina, and Moonta in general, that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS as a GENERAL AND CO...

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MAN ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

MAN' ENGINES, The Man Engine is a machine in nse in a few of the deep mines in Cornwall/Saxony, the Harz, and Hungary, as well as in some of the deep collieries in Belgium and the North of France; but, although it was origfeally introduced in the Harz in 1833, the-whole number of mines in which it haBbeen adopted in Europe up to the present time probably does not exceed 30. In its original form, it consists of two vertical rods placed parallel to each other, andextending through thewhole depth of the shafts the heads of the rods are connected with the crank shaft of a rotary engine; by a long connecting rod and two reversed angle levers, by which a reciprocating motion is imparted to them, one rod rising while the other is falling^ andvice versa. A series of small platforms project from the face of the rods, the distance between them being equal to the length of the stroke. The miner wishing to ascend steps on to the lowest platform of one or other of th6 rods at the moment that it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

Government Advertisements. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide; ... July 26, 1865. LAND SALE, 3isT? AUGUST, 1865. "*XOTICE is hereby given, that the fol\x=req-\ • lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered" for sale by public auction, at the Land OffiGe, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 31st dayofAugust, 1865, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, oni the terms and conditions aiid under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the tweiity-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled " An Act/ for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown iiz Soiiih Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. , H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Country Sections.—Upset price, £1 per acre. County Stanley—Between three and seven and a-half miles north by east of Port Wakefield, Hundred of Goyder. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 13 145 85 80 17 102 86 . 78 18 105 99 78 2...

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HIDING FROM JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

hiding from justice. In September last we recorded the death of a man who had died at Gairloch, Ross-shire, but of whom nothing was known beyond the fact that about 25 years before he arrived alone in Gairloch Bay in a pleasure-boat, and from that time took up his residence in the village. He seemed to have some means, but in course of time these failed, and he, being averse to asking favours of any one, caught fish for a livelihood. He was frank in his dealings with the villagers, but was not disposed to be communicative as to his antecedents. An air of mystery hung about him for a time; but, as he appeared to be a well\x=req-\ conducted and well-informed person, he met with respect on all hands. Dr Mackenzie, of Dilenach, was at that time managing the estates of his nephew, Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, then a minor, and interested himself in the stranger, to whom he gave employment on the estate. While thus engaged the stranger, {who adopted the name of John Macleod, showed that he poss...

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MINING IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

MINING IN MEXICO. A letter from Mexico, dated March 20, says that the present position of that country is more hopeful than it has been for many years. Agriculture had suffered to an alarming extent; and mining operations, which from the peculiar circumstances of the country necessitate the employment of an immense number of animals, and are consequently dependent upon agriculture for a supply of fodder, were in many cases abandoned altogether, and in very few carried on at a rate which left considerable profit to the owners-. In Mexico water is scarce, and fuel in most parts of the country, where there is neither wood nor coal, so dear, that except in such cases as Real del Monte, all the machinery in use in the mines is worked by male power, and the mules, in common with the inhabitants of the country, subsist on maize, so that a rise in the price of maize falls with peculiar severity upon the workers of mines. For whereas the producers of other commodities can Taise the price of ...

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THE GOLD MINES OF SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

THE GOLD MINES OF SIBERIA. (.From the Minina Journal.) During the latter hall of the last century, and prior to the discovery of the gold fields of Australia and California, the mines of Siberia were of great notoriety and importance, as yielding large supplies of the precious metal?. Before wJffpeak of the character and social condition of the miners of Siberia, it will be well to introduce the subject by a few remarks on the physical character of that part of Russia where the mines aresituated. Now, of late years a great many books have been written describing the districts of the mines and from which we learn that the mineralised districts occur at intervals over a vast area. It will, then, be desirable to pick out one district for par ticiilar mention; and we will chose that lying at the foot of the the Altai Mountains, near Yeneseitk, and between that point and the Oural Mountains, a district; which includes an area of 2000 miles, and which lies geographically between, the50 an...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

SAILED. July 27—Adelaide,, schooner, for Port Adelaide. 27—Omeo, schooner, for Port Pirie.

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 July 1865

QUEEIS^LAND. The most restless of the aboriginal tribes of - this continent, the Queensland blacks, have recently, it appears, turned their attention to the " road," and it would seem by the follow\x=req-\ i ingirom the Maryborough Chronicle, a Queensland journal, are likely to become most accomplished " knights of the post—A man i named Kelly was, on Monday morning stuck up by three blacks about six miles from Mary\x=req-\ borough, on the Maryborough and Gayndah road, and his pocket book, containing a cheque of the value Of £7 10s, was taken from him. Kelly was sitting by the way-side when the blacks came up to mm and demanded tabacco. On emptying trig pockets to satisfy this demand, they caught sight of his pocket-book (we wish it had been a pocket pistol), when one of them seized him by the "hair of his head and dragged and iheld him down while the others tore the book from his grasp. As soon as they had obtained possession of the prize they coveted they bolted at the top of thei...

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