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WALLAROO PRICES CUERENT. Wallaroo, Feb. 17. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
WALLAROO PEICES QUERENT. Wallaroo, Feb. 17. BREAD AlfD FLOTHB,. Bread, 4£d to 6d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf BUTCHEB, -MEAT. Beef,4d to 6d per lb Pork, 6d to 9d per lb Mutton,jd to 6d per lb Teal, 6d to 9d per lb X/amb, 3s6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr DAISY PBODUCE. Bacon, Is 2d per lb Hams, colonial, Is 3d per Butter, fresh, Is 6d lb Do, salt, Is 4d Do, English, Is 6d Cheesei 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 FISH. Oysters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to ls-&lt;per doz rEUTT. Almonds, dried, Is. Peaches, 3d per lb Apples, 3d Plums, 6d to 8d per qt Apricots,; 3d per doz Pears, 4d per lb drapes, 3d per lb Lemons, 3d to 4d each TE&ETABIiES. Cabbages, 5d to 8d Onions, 2\d per lb Cucumbers, 2d to 4d Potatoes, 12s per cwt Carrots, 4d per bunch (Warmambool) French Beans, 4d per Turnips, 6d per bunch lb Vegetable Marrows...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE SMILE OF FORGIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
OEIGINAL P()ETBY. THE SMILE OF FOBOIVENESS. There's not a smile that's half so bright, Of all the smiles we see, - As that Which beams upon the sight, With full forgiveness free. ' xhere seems to flit across the brow A ray of holy light, A conscious thought, the spirit now Is battling for the right. An angel's whisper coming down— " They suffer must Who live; A brave true heart need fear no frown, lis heavenly to forgive." ; Oh who could live where horrid strife Embitters every breach! Nay call not such existence life, 'Twere better surely—death. How beautiful the infant's smile, The sunny brow of youth, The merry eye that speaks nd guile— All loveliness, all truth, -Affection's smile,—and that I own Is very dear to me ;— But Godlike seemeth one alone, sJ33iat smiles forgiveness free. Oh if the hasty word should come, The heart's peace to defile, Ne'er let it dim the light of home, Forgive thou with that smile. Tis wiser not to nurse a thought Save those all loving, kind; Too dearly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
Shipping. STEAM TO POET WALLAROO AUTB POET AUGUSTA. H E Screw - Steamship BOYAL SHEPHEED, ■; :M8q., Commander, Will leavePort Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and >Port-AaiguBfca,on SATURDAY, February 11. : » J) 25. „ March 11. » „ 25. The BOYATi SHEPHEED ■will, on her return, trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, February 16. „ March 2. » » , » j» 30. J. B. AUSTIN", Agent, - February 1st. Port Wallaroo. Wf Conveyances. -WALLAROO COACH.—NO SEA SICKNESS. "OOUl^SEVELL'S Wallaroo Coach leaves JlV Xadina on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 6 a.m.; and SaliElmTy the same days on arrival of- first train from Adelaide. Fare, £1 5s. MOST PLEASANT AND EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE TO ADELAIDE. FTO32 COACH leaves EADINA for CLINTON JL at 9 a.m., every TUESDAY and FEED AY, raeefeigthe Spta^d -mid CommodioiiB ateamflhip E3LEA3PT&lt;SB, ■ whidi affords a delightful Journey to Adelaide, avoiding the dust and fatigue of th6 OverlandJourney. . 2%-2-e Wanted. ANTED, a ...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
C£EABXa>. Wednesday, JFebruaiy 22— Qmeo, schooner, Wills, master, for Port Adelaide, tn ballast. Thursday, February 23—Amelia, schooner, 46 tons, Osborne, for Port Adelaide,.. In ballast. Friday, February 24—CynthM, schooner, Heath, master, for Port Adelaide.;' "
AESOP'S SELECT FABLES. THE SEA NYMPH AND THE OCEAN SWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
^ESOP'S SELECT FABLES. THE SEA NYMPH AND THE OCEAN SWELL. One morning, when there was a heavy Swell upon the sands, a gentle Nymph walked forth, her blue eyes beaming with joy, her flowing tresses crystallised with dew. The Swell, struck by her beauty, and solicitous to win her admiration, paused, and proudly shook his own long curls. " Canst thou not spare, sweet Nymph/' he said, " from that treasury of beauty one captive-making loek ?" " Where wouldst thou have a lock ?" quoth she; ".not on thy understanding; that's confined enough already." "Oh, cruel!" cried the crestfallen Swell, " thou knOwest I am thy slave." u Iknowthou art a surf," she answered, "and a most wicked flatterer, for when thou art kissing the pale sands, tfrou art running of them down." " Ong lock of thine,"" returned Che Swell, " would rivet. my devotion and banish all inconstancy." The arch Nymph | shook her laughing face and said—" Oh, i restless Swell! how canst thou dream one! lock of mine would .make thee ...
THE SAILORS OF THE VORTIGERN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
I THE SAILORS OF THE VOETIGEKN. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAUDABOO TEMES. Sib,—In reply1 to the letter in your issue of Wednesday, signed "William Square," allow me to remark, that from mv own knowledge I can say that Captain Simpson errs more on the side of leniency than harshness; and had Mr Square known ail the particulars I connected with the punishment of the seamen belonging to the Vortigerri, I will give him the credit to say that I think he would not have written so sweeping a denunciation on a gentleman who does not deserve it. . Landsmen are not always the most competent judges between the sailor and his captain. x am, Sir, &e., JAMES HAT. Feb. 23.
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
POLICE CODET—PORT WALLAROO. MdOTJiT, February 20. (Before J. B. Shepherdsoii, Esq., S.M.) Francis Merrett pleaded guilty to the charge of removing ketone from Crown lands without a licence on the 15th Eebruary, and was fined 10s. Robert Appleton pleaded guilty to a similar -offence committed on -the tame day, and was also fined ICS. . ThaddeusMoriarty appeared to the remanded charge of assaulting Eliza Fisher on the 2nd Eebruary. The magistrategaid.it had been acknowledged by the prosecutrix that she would not have laid the information bat for her Either and mother, the former pf whom had been locked up by the defendant the night before, and had been fined 10s on the same -day. An assault, however, of a very trifling character had been sworn to by two witnesses, .for which he would impose a nominal fine •of Is, And the costs of Court. Eliza Hefieron, Eliza Owen, Mary Lynch, Ann Crouch, (xwing Evans, and Mary Butler appeared charged with disturbing and hindering Thaddeus Moriarty and...
WHO IS WHICH OB WHICH IS WHO? TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
WHO IS WHICH OB WHICH IS WHO ? TO THE EDITOR OS THE WAXiLABQO TDCES. Sib,—A letter having appeared in last Thursday's Register, signed " William Dale,'* and another appearing in your paper with the same signature, has caused &lt;no little contro versy, the spelling, grammar, and punctua tion of the two being so different. Ihope you will jiot think it inquisitiveness on my part if I enquire whether the two letters were written by one and the same person^ and if not, v?hich do you dunk is the genuine one.— I am, Sir, &c-, p BIRCHWOOD. Wallaroo, Feb. 21 [It is impossible for us to saypositively whether the two letters referred to were' written by one and the same person. We have no doubt, that the Mr William Dale who recently visited the'district as a candidate lor election to Parliamentary honours was the individual who wrote theletter appearing in our columns. We have no more doubtthat the Register believed the same gentleman to have been the author of the letter St p...
ADELAID GOSSIP. Adelaide, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
A D EL AID E GO S S1 P. [fbom qub adet.atbhak feibmd.] Adelaide, February 23. j You have, of course, ere this received, thrbugh the medium of the daily papers, the result of the second lot of dominations for the House of Assembly. The unopposed return of Mr A. Blyth, for Gumeracha, secures at least one of the seats of the Ministers. The others, I have no doubt, wish they were in the same happy position. The friends of Mr W. W. Tuxford are in cessant in their exertions to bring his opinions and merits before the electors; but the sup i porters of none of the other candidates for the I Council seem to be making any stir at pre i sent... As interested in the increase of the revenue you will doubless be glad to learn that the first batch of 54 valuations have all been taken up by the lessees, and some of the second batch gazetted a week or two ago have also been accepted. The squatters, although objecting to the high rentals, seem disposed to pay them rather than lose their lease.. - Th...
WHICH IS RIGHT? TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
WHICH IS RIGHT? JEO THE KDXTOE OB THE WAX1X1ASOO TIMES. Sib,—In your issue of the 18 ft instant, there was a letter headed44 Mr Dale's Meeting at Kadina, signed "Poz,"" in which he attempts to deny certain things concerning that n&eting. He attempts to deny that the chairman, Mr Astiton,did say that the number of hands held up for Mr Dale's proposition wassix to one against the amendment made byMr Naughton. Now^ I. positively say it was so, for I distinctly heard the chairman say that Mr Naughton's amendment in favour of Mr D. - Bowers pas negatived by six to one for the proposition of Mr R. .Gill. He also attempts to prpve it a gross misstatement if die cliair\x=req-\ . man did say so, thus attempting to make the decision of • the chairman abortive, which should be final, lie having been duly elected !ftusting "Poz" will be newly baptised, and call himself is reality Poss, 1 remain, Sir, - • WILLIAM DIXON. February 20, 1S65. /
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close— WAJLLABOO.' • For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 10 p.m. For TCadina and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. KADENA. 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. MOONTA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and' Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For. jEadina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. ' It is stated as a new discovery that wonderful effects may be obtained by watering fruit trees and vegetables with a solution of sulphate of iron. Under this system beans will grow to nearly, double the size, and will acquire a much more savory taste. The pear seems to be particularly well adapted for this treatment. Old nails thrown into water and left to rust there will impart to it Jail the necessary qualities forcing vegetation as descri ' bed. ' ' ' The wife of H.B. Walmsey3 Esq., of Actcn, who recently -died, in the last ...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 25 February 1865
€fo ^flUfrnn Cittttsr WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB. 25. We wish it were possible so to put the case of the present strike before the minds of the smelters as to make them see it in the same,light as that in which most disinterested sensible persons regard it: We will not say they have no ground of complaint, but even if we admit all the allege in this respect, it would not be difficult to prove that they made a great mistake when they struck work. They were not so likely to get their grievances enquired into by assuming a defiant or independent attitude. Their employers would naturally also take an independent stand; and we think even the smelMl'S will; admit the greater, power their employers have of maintaining such a position. We need not recapitulate the arguments which have already been adduced pro and con; but we would urgently press upon the smelters the expediency of immediately resuming work. We are not in the interest or in the secrets of their employers, but never tlieless we ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865
TOTHE ELECTORS OF THE PROVINCE ^ ' OF SOUTH AUSTSAM4.; GENTLEMEN^—A Wi^t having been Issued for the Return of Eight Members to serve in the Legislative Council of this Province, I have again the honour to submit myself to your suffrages to fill one of the said vacancies. Having resided in the colony for a period of twenty-eight or twenty-nine yearns,and; having\x=req-\ served six Sessions as a Member of the House ©f Assembly, I assume that as a boloniBt and a Member of the House of Parliament, ,my services must be well known to you. In the meantime. I feel it my duty to inform you that I am in favour of' a revaluation of the runs at the expiration of every extension of lease, and that I am in favour of German immigration, and voted for the same when the question was before the Parliament. If it should please you-to return me as a Member I shall esteem it an honourable position^ and you may rest assured of my constant attention to your interests. I have the honour to remain, . Gentle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865
———:——:—:—~~—"—:—,'■ Election. Nbtices. I shall await that opportunity to give you a full explanation of'my political sentiments, when, if you consider 'toe worthy of your future confi dence, I shall esteem it an honour to again repre- . sent you. I am, Gentlemen, , _ t , - Your obedient servant, fflEJTEY AYEBS. Adelaide, Februgiy 3, 1865.
THE SMELTING WORKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865
THE SMELTING WORKS. TO THE EDITOfi OF TIgE WAIi"LAROO TIMES. Sib,—If the Directors do intend to shut up tbe Smelting Works, why do their agents go ! looking about for labourers to go to work at the.furnaces? ! If we as- labourers can earn 7s for nine hours' labour, we think it much better than working fourteen hours for the same money, and, through heat, shorten our lives By twenty years, to say nothing that the labouring man in the country earns the same wages | and lives cheaper. We are, Sir, &c;y Some Labouring Men in the day;
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (from oub own cobbespondent.) Adelaide, Tuesday Evening. The Bengal leaves for Pabnerston on Thursday, and will take the following additional persons to Finniss' expedition —Lloyd, Benham, Christie, Beard, Austinj and Cleland. Mr M'Kmlay, the explorer, has been appointed Resident Manager in the Northern Territory for the English Land Company, and will proceed thither in the Bengal. Egberts, the celebrated champion billiard player, is expected to arrive to morrow, and in the event of his arrival, will commence playing on Saturday: Mr and Mrs (xeorge Case will arrive at the same time, as also the comedian Greville and company. The weather which prevailed in Mel bourne yesterday was frightful. The , wind was as hot as if it had come from ! the mouth of an oven 1 Another man has been arrested for the murder of the unfortunate Mrs Graham, of Daylesford. Mr Young, of the firm of Young and Martin, has been found drowned in the Yarra: