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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

Shipping. FOE WALLAROO DIRECT; rjlHE S^rew-steamer ROYAL SHEPHERD, -will eminence to run punctually between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo commencing on Wednes day, 6th September, 1865. J. B. AUSTIN, Agent, 30 8 61 Port Wallaroo. REGULAR STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT ADELAIDE; AND WALLAEOO. F^lfcLE fine screw stJeamer EA.NGAROO, will trade regularly every week between the above ports,- leaving Port Adelaide every Wednesday. , : She will positively leave for Wallaroo on Wednesday next, 6th instant. Freight, 17s 6d per ton. Apply to C. LAMB, 30 8 e Port Adelaide. Conveyances. most agreeable AND PLEASANT trip to Adelaide. ■ , - v NO SEA. SICKNESS. TDOITNSEVELL'S well-horsed and eomfort itlU * -Table Wallaroo Coach leaves Kadina • on Mondajs, Wednesdays, arid Fridays, at ^6 a.m.,. aiaiTnng at Salisbury in time for the last trafe to Adelaide,; and leaves Saiisbuiy the same days ;for Kadina on Arrival of first trap, from AdelsS.de. eheap^tj^ne, and^^KJ^b^iek Eares only £1 5s eacli way. • ....

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

IMPOSTS. - Cargo of the Eclipse, from Fort Adelaide—1 parcel, Square; 1 pkg, Saunders; 5 do, Bichards; 11 do, Axford; 1 do, Bosdter; 40 do, Clinch and Co.; 1 do, Sparkman; 3 do, Crawford; *1 do, Bowering; 1 do, Eland; 1 do, S. T. Richards; 7 do, Green; 1 do. Gardener and Franks; 154.bags bran, 1 pkg, Whiiford; 6 do, De Garis; 2 do, Jamies6n; 63 do, Yeo j 5 Khds ale, Gouge ; 370 - jpieces timber, 128 bare iron, 81 pkgs, 20 doors, 120 felloes, 500 spokes, D.. Bower; 69 pkgs, Wal laroo Mines; 7 do, Smelting Works; 3 pkgs, Francis; 2 do, Peattie; 2 do, Silver; 2 do, Bails and Pinnickj 54. do, Scarfeand Burden; 2 do, Yorke'e Peninsula Mining Co.. Cargo of the Triumph, from Port Adelaide— Railsand timber for Mr Grant. Cargo of the Boyal Shepherd, from Port Ade laide—1 pkg, Axford ; 4 do, Laury ; 1 do, Lester; 1 do, Dickenson and Berriman; 24 do, Furner; 1 do, James; 16 do, J. Bichards; 2 do, Moonta Mines ; 3 do, Clinch and Co.; 44 do, Gough; 11 do, Drew Brothers ; 1 do, Thomas; 1 do, Golt...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

OLE&BED. * Saturday, August 26—Walrus, schooner, Ander son, master, for-the Boo. In ballast. - Monday, August 19—Kangaroo, s.s., Orchard, master, for Fort Adelaide. - - -Tuesday, August 29—BoyaT Shepherd, s.s., 300 tons, "W&rd, master, for Port Augusta..

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ] (FBOM OUB OWN COEEESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. j A daughter of Mr Berminghain, book maker, Hindley-street, drowned lierself at. Grlenelg last night. Her clothes were found on tie jetty. The body has not yeifc been discovered. lA 'bus driver, styled German August, has been thrown from hia horse at . Nor wood, and is not expected to recover. Melbourne telegrams state that a fight occurred on the 12th instant between the Willandra and Darling blacks, resulting ie the death of one of the combatants; - PleUro-pneumonia is mating ravages among the cattle at Bridgewater. (From the Adelaide Papers.) ; I VICTORIA. Mr Vale one of the members.for BaTlar; West, has resigned his seat in order to test; the opinions of the constituency as to the i course pursued by the Ministry. Mr Service; contests the election," and it is believed that Mr Vale is snre to be-defeated. ; ' The fluke is very destructive amongst the i shfeep in the Western District. ?Thcre is no sheep or...

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ARREST ON BOARD THE DOON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

ARREST OJT BOARD THE DOON. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAIiLABOO TIMES. Sib,—JSome time ago public attention was called to the fact of some - mutinous men having been brought ashore handcuffed, and the act was then stigmatized as something atrocious, etc., etc. Let me now call the public attention to a case somewhat similar, except that this time it is the .captain of a vessel—the D oon—having a valuable cargo on board, and being ta^me extent in a dangerous position, who is brahght ashore, not handcuffed, but with outward appearance of rather rough usuage; and this person is so brought at the suit of a lumper for lis 6d!—the ship and cargo, etc., risked for lls^6d! I make no further comment than tins,. that if men, wanting to work on board of ships, are going to make this unheard of proceeding—something to hie expected by every shipmaster, they cannot be surprised if they"get no employment from the vessels. A little, and a very little explanation would have settled the whole affair, withou...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. MONDAY, AUGUST 28. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. (Before J. B. Shejjherdson, Esq., S.M.j. E. N. Nolan was changed, under the licensed Victuallers Act, -with Readmitting one William Henry Bray, an unlicensed person, to participate in the profits of his licensed house, the Walla roo Inn, Wallaroo, and to be his partner in such licensed house, against the form of the statute. Mr Taylor appeared for defendant. "The chaige was partially gone into and •adjourned to the following day, "Tuesday, Aug-us?? 29. {Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) W. H. Bray was charged with violently assault dug Mrs Nolan, at the Walllaroo Inn, on Friday afternoon, August25. Mr Emerson appeared for the prisoner. Police-trooper Moriarty stated that in conse quence of a dispute which had arisen between Bray and Nolan, the former, at about half-past 5 in the ^afternoon, closed the doors of the house, and refused to admit Mrs Nolan, the mother of •the landlord. Witness procured her admittance, and a few minutes afterwards he beard ...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. (Before Mr J. B. Shepherdson, S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. HARRIS V. EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

LOCAL COURT—KADINA ' Wednesday, August 23. ; (Before Mr J. B. Shepherdson, SjM.) : jruBi8DicTroif—cirai HAbbis v. Evaks. •; -Mr Tjaylor appeared, for plaintiff. Claim for 3i)s 6d. An attempt was made toj jMtove payment of 10s," but without success, tfuidgnient for plaintiff for 18s. This was the pnly ciyii case. : On 43ie criminal side tliere were only some charges for .catting timber, &c., without a licence^ »t tiie instance of the Crown Lands BaSiger.

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KADINA VOLUNTEER COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

KADINA VOLUOTEER COMPANY. | TO THE EDITOE OF THE WALLABOO TIMES. Sib,—It appears -that the Government do j riot intend issuing clothing to the members of, the Kadina Rifle Company. j I suppose they imagine this such a small out-of-the-way place that clothing is not re quired, but in this they are mistaken, and great discontent is expressed at the negligence of the Government for not attending to our wants. Country companies should have all the privileges of a tow - company, but such is not the ca*?e favouritism appears to be the order of the day. -I am, &C., A KAOINA RIFLE. Kadina, August 28, 1865.

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MOONTA. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

- MOQNTA. (FBOM OtTB OWTS COEEESPONDENT.) August 24. | The site of the Telegraph Station and' new Post-Office is still a debateable subject amongst the residents here, and neither party is likely to yield one jot of their demands as to the position the building should occupy; It seems a great want of discernment on the part of the Government that they do not, when laying- out. new townships, reserve certain allotments in or near the centre for public buildings, and this has "shown to be the case in more than one instance. It is cer tainly an act of injustice to the great majority of the landholders in the township to. put the public buildings an one corner of the town. It increases the value of property in the immediate vicinity of these buildings, while it depreciates the value of three-fburths of the township. The Post-Office. especially should be as near the centre of the town as possible, and give equal facilities to all persons living on the outward boundaries of the town. I do...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

MAIL NOTICES. jxuuis ciuse— WAIiIiAEOO. ~ i For Adelaide^ on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p,m. For Xadlna and Moonta, every-day, at 8 a.m. • MOONTA. 'For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8.30 p.m. For lladina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundays .excepted), at 3.30 p.m. i KADINA. For Adelaide,'on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a.m. For Wallaroo, eveiy day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m. , . #

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LABOUR MARKET. August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

^ LABOUR MARKET. August 23. I Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to ljs^ labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Quarfymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage °f ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 21 cwt., 12s. ' Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 12s. Ditto ditto from Earkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of storeB to the above mineB, per ton of 20 cwt., lis.

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ROBBING A JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

', ; : BOBBING A JUDGE. r,George Keeve, a. lad of 18, was brought before the Lord Mayor charged with a robbery. . 'Mr. ioidrew Thomas Turton Peter £on;saidhe, was a member rqf the Bar, and hadia^griy i eesn one of the Judges of her Court for Bengal. On Sgtiarday Iast, jabout .half-past 2 o'clock, be neighbourhood of Billingsgate in a crowd as lie w^ going&om .Thames-street towards the his hand behind to protect the and he felt his elbow shoved at and a hand in his pocket. He turned saw the prisoner, who .stood jiearest to him, collared by another person,, and some one took up a pocket handkerchief belonging to witness close to the prisoner's feet and gave it to the man who .h<^d him. The. handkerchief was not now forthcoming, and he would tell the Lord Jfeyor; the ^reason why, - There was some troublein g^etting a policeman, and a second • collared. Witness insisted on having his handkerchief "returned, and on, it into his pocket. The crowd hustled him again, and ...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

| WALLAROO : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. We regret to see still bo few avail themselves of the Institute as a means of recreation or improvement. There is now a good library containing several hundreds of useful and entertaining books, and a table well supplied with the periodical literature of the day. Were we inclined to write in the George Bobins style, we might add that the building consists of a handsome and spacious apartment replete with every desirable convenience, includ ing, a brilliant display of lamps and an ample stock of fuel for the warmth: and comfort of visitors in the winter evenings. A most obliging librarian is in attendance every evening to • give out or exchssgfe books, to kfeep up a genial warmth in the Hall by means of the fire, and to give such information as may be required, The committee consists of gentlemen willing to do all in their power to further tlie interests of the Institute, and through it the intellectual amusement or improve ment of their fellow town...

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DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH GAROTTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

wim j j::>■ .# :' ::• - '; ■■ "■ • twc^ack^ WsAx& ^hitiif !wd}''3t^^rBoo3j collier, were charged with violeritlyassaultirig and garotting Mr J; E. Roberts, postmaster, Chesterfield, a gentleman about 5ft. 3in high, The desperate encounter will be best explained by the evidence "of Mr Roberts. who deposed— *^1 resideatSpitaL, about a mile from Cbester cfield, and left .the Chesterfields post-office jabout balf-past'lO; on Saturday night, to go ihome.. I reached the Horse Croft about five tniuutes afterwards. I had a little bov with jne, Carrying a parcel. When about the middle of the field X heard footsteps behind me,; land the prisoner White put his arm round my .neck *p garotte • me. He - pulled me to the ground by the throat, and I recovered myself iand knpcJied him down with my . fist. I had .=no weapon. , .I got my knee on his chest, and tgot. hqld ©f, bis throat ,with both hands., . The1 other .prisoner came up and knocked me oflr hiiri; .andviie gave me a . blow on ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

BIRTH., Ferqvbok.—On the 26ih"jlugu8t, at Port Wal laroo, the wife of Mr Thomas Ferguson, of a daughter. Both doing well.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

JTEW ZEALAND. Eclipse, 4Japtain Fremantle,, just, ^rlved from the East., Gbjastj; brings Aanost important hews. She is last from Waiapu,. Poverty Bay, where she landed 54 volunteers; in command of Captain Fraser, and reports that immediately after landing them fighting commenced between the Hau Haus and the loyal natives. The volunteers were landed at Waiapu to assist Morgan's party, and it appears that they arrived just in time, as hard fighting took place on the Tuesday, Wednes day, and Thursday, the enemy losing 18 killed and nine wounded. One native was shot, dead, and five volunteers were wounded on our side. The behaviour of the loyal natives is highly spoken of by the officers of the Eclipse, who state that no men could have fought better. On the 16th ult. Mr McLean, Superintendent of Napier, received a letter from "a friendly chief, stating that the Pai Marire priest Patara (Butler) had been shot by Captain Fraser during the night, and was found dead. On the same day the Ecl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 30 August 1865

Professional Cards. N, & W. H. B I K K S ' ; : V DRUGGISTS, BOOKSELLERS, &c., / KADINA, MOOHTA, AND WALLAROO. . " 1-2-c fjl W. W I L K I N S O N, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, STATIONER AND TO.B AC CON 1ST, WALLAROO. 20-2-c D L Y A S, T A I L O R, • PORT WALLAROO. The best material and workmanship, at Moderate Charges. - , O B E R T AID E BS O N, builder, JOHN-TERRACE and HUGHES-STREET, WALLAROO. Building Materials of every description always on hand. l-2.c & J. fowler wholesale GROCERS, ADELAIDE. 5 8c OBERT W. B A W D E I, BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL wright, GRAVES-STREET, KADINA, . Horses carefully sliod. Mining Tools of every description made to order. « 1-2-c B O W E B, IMPORTER - OF timber for MINING purposes and building MAterIALS. 23 8 c WR. D O E, tin-PLATE, • ZINC, and galvanized IRON WORKER, elizabeth-STREET, (Next Mr Thomas, Baker), PORT W A L A A R O O. Pumps, &c., carefully repaired- 5 8 q H. EATJ LDIN Gr & CO., F. wholesale DRUGGISTS and genera...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865

QUEENSLAND, The Brisbane Courier thus feelingly notices tfofe -rapid dying out of the aborigines of Queensland"To whatever cause it is owing, one fact cannot be denied, that the miserable creatures, who once roamed unrestricted over the vast- territory now occupied by our enterprising colonists are fast disappearing. Their case te a hopeless one- It seems to be & general ^aw that , the encroachments of the whitesv!hring; about • the extinction of the bMcksJ V Thiey disappear before the • white menVfacei effort is put forth to prevent their entire, destractidn ; on the contrary their presence :is riot - desired - 'and it is at feast m tbhforiiiity with & common wish that fhey are dying out. They are of no benefit to us, and the poor, pitiable creatures are only increasing their own misery by their inters eoursfewitn tee winces. Some few people, perba^,^V ifiw them, but . they generally never think' about them at alL In thesettied ffisteicte they 'sometimes are regarde...

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CHANGES IN DELHI. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865

CHANGES IN JELHI. iSfevetiyear? have passed away, and Delhi still stands, but changed—changed for the better in its moral, social, and political aspects. The £elhi of 1865 is not thejDelhi of 1857. When wfe behold the change that has come over the old city, while we drop a tear to the sad memory of our slaughtered friends, we are ready to texclaim, " Thank God we had this mutiny, since it has irrevocably destroyed the Mahometan power in India, and raised that of Great BfitainI" From a native city, sunk in Ut)fath6inable vice, it has now become an English'^station, with fine broad streets and niimWohs' English^ bouses; and when the tailway will be ompletfed, and all the proposed alterations and other public struc tures finished, Delhi will become one' of the finest cities under the Puiij^ifxovernment. The future traveller, as he passes {through, will find it difficult to recognise the old Mogul .capital. The Jumah Musiid resounds po more with the shrieking summons of the Muezzin, and...

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HOTEL LIFE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865

aotet/ ixmin america. Tired and bored, I went to bed in the best marble palace in-the place.. My door opened, j and in .walked a stranger without luggage. " Sorry to disturb you," be said, *' but the] hotel is very fall, and I Come to sleop here." It was a double-bedded room, so in he.rolled,: and I thought no more of him till morning. Hie rose early and donned his clothes, and then a vei*y (German voice said, " Sax, shall I use your brushes?" Kot even in the far. west had I met with this being, but X had read of one like it in some book or other, and the toothbrush flashed into my mind. " Sir," I said from my blaukets, *4 if you will kindly u!se the brushwith tbe long handle, I should prefe* it?* "Thank you, sar,1' he said, and cfed use it on his frouzy heatL It was one specially bought for brushing dusty coats and shoes, and constantly used for that purpose for some months. How I did inwardly grin at my oediellow t boobs ana savages cnieny reside in big towns and marble palace hot...

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