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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
Death of a Jockey frqm Sweating.—An inquest was held at Lambourne, on the body of Thomas Atwood, aged 16 years, a. stable - lad, in the employ of Mr Archer, a-trainer. It appeared from the evidence of the head lad that deceased had started on Saturday, wrapped in flannels and a great coat, for a sweat, as he; was to ride at Harpenden llaces, and wanted to pull off him, or he would die. They then undressed him on the downs, rubbed him dty.,~ covered him over with alt. the clothes and wrappers, and went to Ashdown-park for assistance. Mr Dlarke, of Lambourne, stated that he drove to the spot where deceased was lying, and took with him some brandy and somr water, but that the jaw of the deceased was almost fixed 'and his eyes cloeed, and that he was obliged to force open his mouth to administer the stimulant. Deceased was then put to bed, and attended by Mr Kennard. and his son, but he never rallied, and died the same night about 10 o'clock. The cause ; of death, as stated by iMrKennar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
TO THE EBITOB OF THE KEGrlSTER, Sis,—In tlie issue"of the Megisterof 20th \ itist, the correspondents of that journalat * Kapunda and Hamilton exhibited a very unfnf&dly- feeling towards me. The Kapunda ;* correspondent stated that matiy member's of my company" had run away. Now, Sir, this assertion was based merely on the fact that two little apprentice boys had strayed, away from the company for a few hours, and one second-rate performer had attempted to break: his engagement, hut was obliged to" return. So much for the veracity of his report. The Hamilton correspondent said that l am expected to give a benefit to the widow of the late Mr Radford, at Hamilton, on my return from my farewell tour; and that he hopes I will not disappoint the lady in question this time, as I did when returning from my first tour through the Northern District of this ■ colony, Now, Sir, the facts .of; the case are * as folLowWhen my agent was adyer£isi»g the route on the occasion of our Jirsi t...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close-^- • WALLABO0. For Adelaide, da Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadina and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. 3IOOKTA. .1 For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,' at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroa every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. 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.
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, SEPT. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
WALLAROO : SATU&DAY, SEPT. 2. " Gtve me tlie making of a nation's ballads, and i shall leave to you the making of its laws," was the saying of a sagacious statesman of a bygone age. The literature of the people in that age consisted chiefly if not entirely of ballads. And the literature of a people exerts a 1 far mightier influence over it for good or | evil than its legislative enactments. by i literature we mean all the literary inter course of a people, whether oral or by writing. Savage tribes have had their poetry ere they acquired the art of writing. The old Gaelic poetry on which macpheesobt founded his Ossianic for geries, was a part of the nation's litera ture while yet Unwritten. And if, afc some scholars have supposed, the poems of Homer were in the times of the author preserved by memory, and not by writing, it would be useless to deny, that even in that unwritten state, and whilst guarded only in tlie recollection of travelling minstrels, they were a glorious li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
Medical RS RENSTIE, PHYSIC IENNE (Fbom London), May be CONSULTED daily, in HOPELESS CASES, Medical and Surgical, given over by Doctors as INCURABLE. Twenty years' suc cessful experience gives her great confidence in undertaking cures. Consulting letters^ addressed to Mrs Kennie, Physicienne, Grrote-street west, Adelaide, en closing 10s in stamps or post-office order, will be promptly answered; and with. 15s additional (in all, 25s) j Remedies will be sent to any post town in the colony, with her list of hopeless cases cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafhfess, ulcers, cancers, eruptions, nervous disorders, heart palpitations, consumptive .cough, bilious indigestion, rheuma tism, lameness, dropsy, female-disorders, childrex?'* complaints, worms &c. HOPELESS CASES CURED. MRS RENJTIE'S. powerful, safe, and quick curing REMEDIES—just as the railroad and telegraph are ahead of the old mail coaches —are far ahead of the slow bungling of the old school doctors, with their bleeding, blisterin...
SIR JOSEPH PAXTON. M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
; SIR JOSEPH PAXTON. M.P. Sir Joseph Paxton, M.P. for Coventry, died on the morning of the 8th June. The following sketch of the deceased knight is given in the " English Biographical Cyclo pedia — , Sir- Joseph Paxton was born at Milton • Bryant, near Woburn, Bedfordshire, in 1803, and educated at Woburn Free School. A younger son of parents in very moderate circumstances, he was obliged at an early age to seek the means of supporting himself. Having become a skilful gardener, he obtained employment at Chiswick, the seat of the Puke of Devonshire. There he had the good fortune to attract the notice of the Duke, who removed him to Chatswdrtb, and gave him a situation of increased responsibility ; and eventually he was made, isot only director of the magnificent gardens ana^rounds at Chats worth, but manager of the Duke's vast Derby shire estates. At Chatsworth he had the superintendence of the extensive works which changed that already famous seat and grounds into the most splendid ...
THE CAPTAIN OF THE DOON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
| THE CAPTAIN OF THE DOOIL TO THE BDITOB OF THE WAUDAEOO TIMES. SEtt,—In your edition of the 30th there appeared two letters respecting the dispute between the master of the Soon and the lumpers. " Impartial" appears to know nothing of the case, or he would never have written such a! letter. There was a written agreement between the lumpers and the master, by which the balance due to the lumpers was £1115s 6d, but Captain Munro said that he thought £11 was enough, and the dispute was for the 15s 6d. Now, we beg to j reply to "Impartial" that we cannot see what course is open to us if we have earned our money and the master refuses to pay, but to go .to law. If the master wished to keep clear of all danger, why not pay all money that is lawfully due with out risking the vessel's safety ? Your correspon dent would do us a great favour if he would let us know what he would do if he was placed in the same position. As to the rough treatment used to the captain, that was entirely brought...
BAPTIST CHAPEL, MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
BAPTIST CHAPEL, MOONTA. (from a cobbespostdent.) It is understood that the Baptists of Moonta, who are expecting from London before long a minister to reside there, have determined upon the immediate erection of a chapel not quite so | large or imposing as their original design, but ] still one which shall combine neatness and sub stantiality with internal comfort and adaptedness to its uses. The reasons for this alteration are that the proposed building can be much more expeditiously erected, will cost very considerably lesB money, and being quite large enough for immediate requirement, will not involve the matter of a heavy debt. It is proposed to erect the proposed building across the allotment, about €0 feet from Robert-street frontage, feeing Ellen street, and thus ample room will be left for the' building in front, and as anadjuncfc of a large and handsome sanctuaiy, when required, which it is hoped with a stated ministry may be no distant date. The chapel for which tenders ha...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
MAHi KOTICE& Mails close— ■ . waxlasoo. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs ^r Kadma and Moonta, ^Veiy day, at 8 &kl, | l^OOSltL '-'I For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, Mid; Saturday,at 3.30 p.m. For Sadina and Wallaroo^ ereiy day (Sundays' excepted), at3.30pjn. KADHfA. For Adelaide, on 'Monday, Wednesday, "and Friday, at 6 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9a.m. • For Wallaroo, eveiy day (Sundays excepted), at€fjn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
KOI^rTOI^iro.—PBOP^trbro^ Tttmsfero/Mtirigsu^ other docu ; Xcs^uaa^ •: :-;> -X£eenBed''-l0Dd Broker. Cuixie-sfcreet Land Office, Adelaide./ 12 4 c O B S A L E, KULPABA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge ther 215 Acres, situated not far . from Brown's Public-house. Terms easj. ; CHABLES E. TIDEMANN, * . Auctioneer. Cume-Btreet Land Office, i Adelaide. .0 12 4 c FOB SALE, ON LONG credit. Allotments—kadina : Nob. 32, 43, 47, 54, S7, 87, and 237. Apply to charles tidemann, Licensed Land Broker. Cume-sfcreet, Adelaide. Allotments for SALE mu the town ships of ' MOONTA, KADINA, poet hughes, jlnd WALLAROO, clinton. charles e. th3emann, Land Agent. Carrie-steeet Land Office, ? Adelaide. 12 4 c £JHAj&LES 8 U M M B E S, AtTCTIOIJEEB AND STOCK . SALESMAN, KADINA. Auction Sales attended in any part of the district. 0oodStocfcyards. 96 c y|" E NBY . C J> W I E, SHASE, PEODUCE, AND tHSUBASTCE BBGKEB, ; G^IIiBEET-piiACEj ADEipGBE. 1 7c I e H b EST f). o 0 G e, AtJCTIONEES,. smppnrG*, coMM...
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, August 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
WALLAROO PRICES CUKBENT. Wallaroo, August 23. Retail. Barley, 7e 0d j oats, 6b ; pollard, 2s 6d; bran, 2s s chaff, 10s 6cL Hay, £910s. Wheat, 6s to 10s. BBEAD AKD PIOUB. " Bread, 6d per 2 lb Flour, 3d per lb >loaf 48s per bag _ » Screenings, 7s" BUTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 7dto.8d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, TdUo 9d per lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb Ijambj none SausageB, 9d per lb DAISY PBODTJCE. v Bacon, Is 3d ^lb Hams, colonial, Is .2d per Butter, fresh, 2s 6d lb Prime Dp, salt, 2s 3d Do, English, If 6d Ducks, 8s per pair Fowls, 5s do Milk, 8d per quart Fish, 6d to Is 6d perdoz Schnapper, ~ ~ 1 ~ Do, English, Is 8d do JSggs, Is 6d per doz Cheese, colonial, Is 2d to Is 6d ' PISH. Oysters, none Periwinkles, none Crabs, none > s i TEG-BTABItES. . : Cabbages, 6d to Is Onions, Cucumbers, none Potatoes, Carrots, 5d per bunch Turnips, 2& .3? French Beans, none Leeks, Vegetable Marrows, none Pumpkiiisi'SS rEUIT. 'Almonds, dried, Is Apples, 6d - Apricots, none Grapes, none Oran...
KADINA. September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 6 September 1865
KADINA. (FROM OUB OWF COEBESPONDBNT.) September 5. The late. wet weather having helped to fill -our tanks3 is About the most satisfactory news I have to report. Cbxrunez$aa31y speaking, everythingis at a standstill, for I do not recollect ever hearing" such an wianmtoos opinion of flie general depres sionofbusiness. It is hardtoaccountfor, but not the leBs true, and the hope that has .so, long been cheenng our tradesmen appearaetill likely to be their portion. The world of amusement appears, however, to be correspondingly busy, first, we have liadMr Ashton's Anglo-Sa&on Circus, and certainly he deserves credi^for the amusementlieproyides: In such, an dullying portion of the colony as ours, where horse feed is so high, and bo much time lost in coining and going, his expenses -must bo very high-—more e&pecially as be, seems to ;the best talent to be laS-r-and. I am glad to be ] able to report that be eeemed to enjoy a large measure of success during Mb three nights' st...