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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
Shipping. S$EAM TP PORT; WALLAROO AND 8=^: - POET ATOUSTA. - ' r ■ H. * Wakd,: Commaaider, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, oi. / SATURDAY, August 26. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on hee return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on / THURSDAY, August 31. J. B. AUSTIE, Agent, lid .Port Wallaroo. fjlHE Steamer KANGAROO, W. Obchabd, Commander. - V 11 Will leave Port Adelaide for WALLAROO " every ':WEpsrEsbAT; and will leave' Wallaroo; for PORT ADELAIDE every Sa.to1eibax. . Has very superior accommodation 4br steerage paeseagfts. ■ vj^&iteiiduag Shippereare io give express &lt;n*de*s for |>y"._thef SCklStSAitOQ, as been felt * owing tg^ i&Oods,- intended for the Steamer, k&ringbtt&Bbnt by ^aMsg ^0ssels. w y^Ter "freight or passage,-apply r&. i1 5: ' • ;; ' BEEBT k DU3SST ~ -- *■ m W. C. jBIiANpV TOOR WlLIiABOO. —The JE Jast-sailingand^avosrifce schooner . v . . .... .. • ECLIPSE, ' alllier...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Kangaroo, from Port Adelaide—14 pkgs, Karkarilla Mine ; 23 do, H. Martin ; 5 do. Clinch and Co. ; 5 do, Chappell; 2 do, Burner and Co.; 1 do, Drew Brothers; 2 do, Dr Mere ' dith; 36 do, Wigzell; 3 do, Jamea ; 3 do, Hyde; 3 do, Lester ; 1 do, Axford ; 1 do, Richards; 1 do, Thomas; 67 do, Laury; 348 bags chaff, 37 "tjiiags barley, 2 pkgs, C. Whitford; 47 pkgs, Heath ; 375 bags chaff, Stacey; 100 do do, Capt. Orchard; 7 pkgs, Haselgrove ; 19 do, De Graris ; 6 do, Messent 5 77 pieces timber, Bower; 2 pigs, . Sharpe.j 1 do, Wilkinson; 1 do, Coltman; 120 kegs grease, 25 bags chaff, Railway Company ; 81 bags bran, 33 do barley, Anderson and. Oats; 3 pkgs, Green j 3 do, Bairn ; 9 pkgs, Anderson; 5 do," Adams; • 2 do, 'Wallaroo Times'; 7 do, James; 22 do, Evers; 22do, Wood; 29 do, Cook Brothers; 10 do, Allanson; 6 do, Hay; 2 do, : Bowering; 15 do, Phillips ; 5 do, Gouge ; 7 do, . ship Ejadina; 3 do,. Serle; 2 box specie, S. A. ... Banking Co.; 21 pigs, Bray; 1 do, Pasco...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Adelaide Papers.) LATER ENGLISH NEWS. The Argus publishes the following Suez tele grams:— London, July 3. Parliament will be dissolved on the 5th. Ward impeached the Lord Chancellor in the House of Commons this evening. . The Roman CatholicOath Bill has been rejected by the Lords. Harvest prospects are improving by the abundant rains. America claims the right to capture rebel vessels under any flag, and will not salute British naval vessels until England withdraws her 24 hours' rule. Davis's jtrial is postponed till September. John Mitchell has arrived. Negotiations are suspended between Rome and Florence. Arrivals—Royal Standard, Queen of South, Vimera, Orwell, and Stornaway. Consols, 90.
DEATH OF COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
- u —j iui- %ji. . n; i,'... _ Wliat. mean the deep drawn, painful sobs; i The downcast we&lt;epii|g eyes ? * Her whisperB clQee.with sighs. ^ H&lt;?r f&yonrite son, ; The man who gave fchs people, hread, H5s labour done ; ; 4 i "; ' Lays low his head: Cobden is dead. Yent grief, let gushing sorrow flow, And mournful wailings burst From every lip j to swell the tide of woe, Let England'know-the worst; Through Britain's round, Let all the bells with solemn toll Convey the «ound; A giant soul, Its end'hath "found Nay, rather say, hath just passed on To another brighter ststge, Having stamp'd its impress deep upon The conduct of the age. An earnest man, always the same, His path he made j Impartial history will write his ns.me On many a page, : Headed—" Free Trade." With winning eloquence, .no more His voice the senate thrills, Or quiet homesteads, scattered o'er Old Albion's vales and hills— Receive with joy, . His earnest pleadings for the people's good ; To g...
MOONTA. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
7 ; - ; , ' ; moonta. ;; OTTO OWN COBBESPONDENT.) . August 18. latematehof the Moonta Cricket Clubj seems -tb li&tfc awakened the latent' spirit of the ] mpfesfers . of. Kadina and , Waflaroo, as the y^iT^^ jlia^ siiice then formed a club, and | 6«sit a challenge to the Moontaites, which has j been at.onee accepted. Their pluck in this j matter is to be. admired, but they must hot reckon ■ their chick^b^ hatched, for they | wilty^nd^«t Moonta " foemen worthy of their ] :w; •; • -j yi;if^^^^8iBsatisfection: exists amongst the volun teeie '-feefe - iba& they have not yet received tiieir now Iseen «fc drill-some four y seem jkha^ it,is the intention of the to disgust the meti -in the volunteer IxS^fbytihe iu^ect and indifference with which ifey treat' l^em,^caaang ,them to al)seiit them that .they, may have an excuse for ^fcbkined at ibis if Ihe inorement
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
Wj&i&boo: satueday; IxjetisTm "i The present gene^ of tlie colony has recently 4nduced tlie storting.' of peroral joinfcstot^ ^Bon^^ ;^3ie piu^Ose^ ofJmdi^ large accumulation of c^italjlyih|j idle in^^delaide. WeareglKd to s^ tb^ ^Lpt jbnej ;^6if rQife vaHous echemes oflferirig - inducements for tie investment of .^kpiial is of a purely speculative nature. They are all founded on legitimate business principles, One of the most favored of the new companies, and which will pro bably prove one of the most profitable, is the new Adelaide Bank. The rush of applications for shares was astonishing, and hut a fraction of this number applied for could be allotted. "It seems a pity that the opening of a* bank; launched under such favorable circumstances, should be unavoidably delayed- . A colonial Life Assurance Company is another very legitmate channel into which to direct a portion of the golden stream now so plentiful in South Australia. Life assurance is a matter steadily ...
THE MARINE BOARD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
THE MARINE BOARD. TO THE EDITOE OF THE WALLASOO TIMES. Sir,—In your issues of the 9th instant I see that Mr Nation, jour Harbour-Master, has been ordered by the Marine Board to leave his duties at Wallaroo for an indefinite term, -to make a tour of inspection of the lighthouses. Now, the present Marine Board Act, in various clauses, places the superintendence of the .lighthouses strictly under the Marine Board, and hitherto it: haaheen considered the duty of the President or i the "Wardens to make periodical personal inspec- i tions. I have, therefore, been curious to ascertain how this novel employment of Mr Nation came about.. I find that the President is told by the Trea surer not to go; that Captain Smith (the only j other nautical man on the Board!) could not go ;: and that the .Treasurer (the responsible head of' the-Marine Board) and the thrde other wardens-— having devoted their valuable lives to the Study of colonial jamsV the dispensing of them or pther ! groceries, the re...
ADELIAIDE GOSSIP. Thursday, August 17, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
A D E L I » G © SSI Pi fFEOM ^DB ADEIiAIDEAN FBIEND.l V j'-T&iisdajr, August JL7, 3-865. Perhaps not the least important topic of the day is the fact that the colony has for a time*lpst three of its .greatest men—namely, the Hon. H. Barrow (who has taken to himself a wife), me; Hon. J. M. Solomon, and Mr W. Townsend, Mayor: of Adelaide. , All these ■ gentlemen have taken passage to Adelaide, where, if opportunity •occur, they will doubtless fitly represent the "land, they live in." What a loss to Parliament, if in Session, would the absence of this trio be! 1 Colonel Fiimiss's &lt;lefence of his action at the Northern Territory is published to-day; and it seems to have converted the who, in this morning's issue, expresses the opinion that there is nothing now to justify the withdrawal of the Government. Resident. The general opinion,, however, I think, remains unaltered; and satisfac tion will not be given until a change is made^ or at least a commission appointed to...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close— WA11AEOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadina and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. MOOtf TA. 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.
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, July 28. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
BUIXDINO1 MATERIALS! ' Wallaroo3 July 28. Betah.. Deals, 9 x 3 v" ; ... Ditto, sawn, extra each cut Ditto, 11 x 3, solid Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut Battens, 7 x 3, solid Ditto, ditto, each cut ... , Cedar Board, per foot super Flooring Boards, T & G, 6 x 1 Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, l^d, per 100 Ditto, 4x3 Ditto, 6x1, l£d Ditto, 6 x 6 Ditto, 9x9 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston Ditto, ditto, Hobarton Laths, 3 feet, ^ 1000 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto Cement—Portland Boman Bbicks, at the kiln ^JOEETTGATED IBON, ^ Zinc, ^ cwt, 40s Lime, per bushel, 6d to 8d at the kiln. 0 0 7 0 0 0£ 0 0 8* 0 0 0| 0 o 5 0 0 0* 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 0 0 18 0 0 12 0 0 18 0 1 4 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 very scarce 3 5 0 cwt, 33s to 40s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
Government Advertisements. SALE OF CjSOWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, ' August 2, 1865. LAND SALE, 7th SEPTEMBER, 1865. ~VTOTICE is hereby given, that the fol I lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 7th day of September, 1865, at 11 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. Countby Sections—Upset price, £1 per acre. County Stanley—On the Wakefield River, about four and a-half miles north-easterly of Port Wakefild, Hundred of Goyder Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 23 104 J 24 100 County Stanley—From six to eigh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865
Late Advertisements. MARSHALL, 52, Rundle-street, invites the attention of intending Purchasers to the largest, most varied, and best-selected Stock of PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, and other MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, by first class English and Foreign "Maters, to be found in the colony. Also, to the newest and most popular Music. 19 8 cs The misses Herbert ' (Late of North. Adelaide), beg respectfully to intimate to their friends and the public generally of Kadina, that they have secured a large and commodious room in Taylor-street, near the Wesleyan Ghapel,. as a schoolroom. Misses Herbert are pre^ pared to impart a good sound English. Education in all its Branches, including every description.' of Plain and Fancy Needlework. Misses h. having had considerable experience in Adelaide, have every confidence in stating that the progress of pupils placed under fclieir charge, -will be found highly satisfactory. 19 $ 61 THE ADELAIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC COM PANY beg to inform the inhabitants of Yorke's P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
Auctioneers^ LandAgftn|;s/&c, "••OKESriO under the Real Properly Act. ■ '^Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, and -oilier" dppa-, -monts drawn ^ip. . CHARLES E. TIDEMAJm, /•"•• ; Licensed Land Brofter. ■Cume-Blreet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4> c O R. ' S A L E, KULPARA.—SlSCTIOIJS #0.20 and 21, toge : ther215 Acres, «ifcniated not far ' from Brown's Pablic-houBe. Terim easy. Apply to .;'l Auctioneer. Cume-street Land Office, " Adelaide. 12 4 c" * fob SALE, ON LONG CREDIT. Allotments—EADIN A: -Nos. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to charles TIPElVr ANN, - Licensed Land Broker. Currie-street, Adelaide. ALLOTAIENTS for SALE in the town ships of moonta, EADINA, poet HUGHES, aot> wallaroo, CLINTON. - charles E. TEDEMANN, " _ Land Agent. Carrie -Street Land Office, • • \ ' Adelaide. . 12 4 c g^HrABLEg STJMMEES, auctioneer and STOCK SALESMAN, kadina. Auction Sales attended in any part of the district. Good Stockyards. 98 c E JST U T COW I E, SHARE, produce, and INSURANCE ; b...
EMPLOYMENT FOR CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
EMPLOYMENT FOR CAPITAL. ; The ' present general prosperity of het iColony has i^eently iiniueed^tlife starting of several joint-stock .Companies for the purpose of findiiig ^ikployment foir the large accumulation of capital, i&lt;U® in Adelaide. We%re gM to see thatnot# jone of, the vaiioufc .schemes offering inducements for the investment of capital is of a pin-ej^ speculative nature. . They are all founded on legitimate l>us.iiiess principles. One of the most; favored of the new companies, and which will pro bably prove one of the most profifeible/ is the new Adelaide - Bank. The rnsV of .applications for shares was astonishing, Jand but a fraction of this number applied for could be allotted. It seems ^ pity that the opening of a bank, launched under such favorable' circumstances, should, be unavoidably delayed. A colonial Life Assurance;, Company is another very legitmate chaioinel-into which to direct a portion of the golden stream now so plentiful in South Australia...
STRANGE CASE OF KIDNAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
STRANGE CASE OF KIDNAPPING. A few days ago; a boy, 10 years of age, the son of a pensioner, named. Thomas Kearney, residing aFPrestonV was kidnapped. Whilst going to the Catholic boy's sch(3pl, itt-Walker street (this is his statement), bewasi^tby a respectably-dressed man with a foreign appearance, who afterwards seized him, and' then ran him down oqe of the adjoining streets, He next proceeded through several by-passages and back streets, and Whilst so doing put what seemed'to be a piece of " toffy' of a brown colour intohismouthr W hen they had gone a short distance the boy; dropped the " toffy-' from his ^puth. Soon afterwards lie was seized Wffih^giddihes^ aiid he remember^ Nothing more until be get a short distance outside the town. The man then &ld bim to come along, and intimated that if he made aDy iioise he would kill him. Once or twice the boy screamed when lie «wr any one iff the distan^j jbujt his cm to.such bad passeiliibl gersQ^s bf?served- At 9 o'clock .prodo...
GALE OF WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
GTAIiEO^^WUSD. We have again this winter to record the occurrence of a strpng weiterly gale, accom panied by an unusually high tide;" Tor^ome two or three days "previously the wind had been from the nortWard, and the weather betokened rain; the sky -was overcast, with occasional flashes of lightning. About noon ion Monday 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 bn Monday night, /continuing with violence throughout the greater portion of the succeeding day. Con siderable damage has been done both in the itownship and amongst the Shipping. We give elsewhere the particufars of the loss of the Government tender Blanche. The schooner Omeo very narrowly-escaped a similar fate. The schooner had two anchors out, but one of her cables parting, she dragged with the other anchor near to the spot where the Blanche had sunk. She bumped once or twice on the rocks, unstepping her riidder from...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
VICTORIA. A novel method of attempted suicide is recorded in a recent number of the Geelon§ Advertiser, as follows " A man named Woodhead, a splitter at Steiglitz, was brought into the hospital on Monday, suffering severely from self-inflicted wounds on head. From what can be gathered, it appear* that the man, who must either have -t^en insane or drunk, took an axe an deliberately began chopping his own forehead. The injuries are serious, but it is hoped that under treatment the silly fellow mil recover." ' The Geelong Advertiser has the following re specting a recent capture in New Zealand " It may be in the rocollection of our reader# that A. F. F. Ethridge absconded from the Bank of New South Wales of this town, where he was accountant. At the time the warrant was issued for his apprehension he was presumed to have sailed for Calcutta, or to be hiding in Melbourne. The detedSye officers subsequently discovered that embarked from Queenscliff on board theAus tralian and sailed for ...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 August 1865
PABTJAMENTABY. l$ow that parliament is pror^aed, a fitting ] ^j>|>ojlunTty occurs for briefly adarjerting to the] "; .* ~ - "j? r &lt; . .? p.. r v j? a,:k advantages_., through havingits requirements urged upon the attention of the Executive and its interests advocated in the House of Assemblyby our respected local representative. ^Mr~ Bower made his debut in the House on Wednesday, April 5, when he tabled no less than * ^re^ notices of motion, which were to the following effect:—That he would ask the Commissioner | of Public Work's if the. Government intended extending the line of telegraph from Kadina to Moonte; whether it was intended to survey and form a road from Kadina to Moonta; and if the Government purposed calling for tenders :for the building of theTost Office and Tele graph Station at Port Wallaroo. - These questions, as our readers will remember^ elicited from the Government replies of a satisfactory character. ; On the'11th Majr, Mr Bower, pursuant to no...