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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

Election Notices. District of port adelatde.— I hereby give notice that by virtue of Her Majesty's writ to me directed, commanding me to proceed to the ELECTION of TWO MEM\x=req-\ BEES to represent the district of. Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly, I shall at noon on the 15th day of February instant, attend at the chief Yoting-place, Port Adelaide, and-then and there declare the names of those persons who hav been duly proposed and seconded, and have consented to act if elected ; and in the event of more than two' persons being duly nominated, I further give notice that on the 1st day of March next, at the chief Voting-place,. and at such other Voting\x=req-\ places as ajre appointed by the said district, I shall by myself and deputies proceed to take the votes of persons qualified to vote for members of the House of Assembly. ANTTHONY HALL, Returning Officer Port Adelaide District. Chief Voting-place—Port Adelaide. Other Voting-places—Dry Creek, Waterloo Comer, Kadina, Wallar...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRANSFER OF VOTERS' NAMES. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

TRANSFER OF VOTERS' NAMES. TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAI^UlEOO TIMES. Snt,—The Government of the country professes to place all on an equal footing with regard to facilities for the exercise of the franchise, and to pay all necessary expenses of elections, &c., but do they carry out these professions in every instance ? I am about to show that they do not. Port Wallaroo has been lately declared a polling-place, but the electors of that place cannot avail themselves of it, unless they have sent the value of two shillings and sixpence in postage stamps to the Returning Officer at Port Adelaide, accompanied by a " form" requesting that their names may be transferred from the Kadina electoral roll to that of Port Wallaroo. Now,■ sir, I would ask you what right have the Government to put the electors of-Wal\x=req-\ laroo to this expense over and above what the Kadina and'other electors have got to pay? Was it our fault that this township was not dieclarecL a pdlling-place in the first...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

EXPORTS ' the Fairfield, for Sydney—700 tons Wallaroo Mines and Smelting Works. Cargo of the Contest, for Melbourne—430 tons copgerore,

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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ELECTORAL MEETING AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

ELECTORAL MEETING AT KADINA. On Monuay evening, at the Wombat Hotel, Kadina, a meeting was held for the purpose of taking into consideration the fitness or otherwise as representatives of the colony in the Legislative Council the candidates now soliciting the suffrages of the people. Mr T. R. Habt was called upon to presifle. He read the notice convening the meeting, and said that those present were aware of the object of the meeting, and he was prepared to hear what any of them had to say upon this very great subject. After a pause, Mr Moose said as no other gentleman seemed inclined to rise, he would take the opportunity of saying a few words. He had taken upon himself to call the .meeting, because in the first place no meeting of the kind had previously been convened in Kadina, and it was necessary that not only should they exert themselves to return good and true men to the House of Assembly, but also to the Upper House, because unless they put good" men there to carry out the a...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

SAILED. Saturday, February 25—-Fairfield, ship, for Sydney, •: " Same day—Mary Grant, brig, for Don River. Monday, February 27—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for Port Augusta. Tuesday, February 28—Eclair, schooner, for Port Pirie.

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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

45h Wallarnn Citra. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. Itt a few hours after these, lines are in the hands of our readers, the fates of the respective candidates for this district will be decided. At 5 o'clock this afternoon, two out of the five gentlemen who solicit the favour of your vote and interest will be elected for the district, and the other three may; go their ways, sadder and wiser men than before. We have every confidence in the return of our local candidate, Mr David Bower, but at the same time we would urge upon the electors who wish to see him in the importance of recording their votes in good time; for however great a favourite a man may be, and however much his friends may wish to see him in Parliament for the sake of the district, good wishes alone will not place him there. He can only be returned by the votes of the people Be early at the poll, then, and vote for the best man. Mr Habt's Committee seem to make a little too sure of his return, for very few of his placard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

. Lost.' . T OST, on the Koad to Moonta, the Bottom JLi and Spring of a Grig Lamp. Five Shillings reward will be paid to any person leaving the same with Mr R. B. Abbott. 13c Public ' Notices. TENDERS will be received until noon of the . .... 10th instant, for the BTJILDING of an INN at MOONTA. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Globe Inn, Wallaroo. The lowest or any tender not neoessarily accepted. WILLIAM SQUARE. TO THE HONORABLE THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. WE the undersigned, Landholder and Residents of the Township of Moonta, finding; that a stop has been put to-.the Government Buildings in Ryan-street, in consequence of a false petition having been sent in, beg to complain1 of the treatment shown us by the Government or their officials, for the following reasons:— . 1st. W hen we were about to buy land in the Township of Moonta, for the purpose of building, we were anxious to know what part of the Township the site was fixed for the Government Buildings ; and hav...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. A melancholy accident occurred on board the1 Harriet Hope, whilst on her passage from Newcastle to tliis port. ~ A man named John Corney .-was atf wort on the maintopgallant yard, -when the vessel gave a violent pitch that broke off the inaihtbpgallant mast, and precipitated the seaman into the sea. : Captain. Hammond promptly ordered a boat to be lowered -: four men; jumped in,.andsearcli was immediately made,' but the unfortunate fellow was never seen again. The ^accident took place in the day time, on the 28th and at the time of its occurrence the v>weatheav wius very moderate. During the early portionof the passage of the brig very heavy weather prevailed, and so much retarded her passage that a fortnight elapsed before she got "pound Cape®owe.\x=req-\ • The passage of the Mandarin was accompanied byfine weather. _ When she left Newcastle, £he Moonta was the only vessel loading for this port. ' The large mooring anchor on the west side of the,Jetty, th...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. , PittDAY, Febbxjaet,24. & (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) H. Dawson, seaman of the [Fairfield, was charged with desertion from the vessel. Captain Sail appeared and said he did not wish to press the charge. His Worship ordered prisoner to pay the cost "of hearing, 5s, and to return on board. Prisoner declined to pay the amount, whereupon his Worship ordered that he should be detained in the loek-up until the sailing of the vessel, and that he should forfeit two days* pay, 10s 8d.

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EXTRAORDINARY LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

EXTRAORDINARY LIBEL CASE. The action of Miss Travers, against Sir William and Lady Wilde, for a libel contained in a letter written to her father, commenced on Monday, December 12, in the Dublin Court of Common Pleas. Strenuous efforts \ had been made, it is said, to compromise it, but they failed, and, from the position of the parties in society, especially the defendants, the court was crowded by persons anxious to hear the case long before it was called on. Sir William Wilde, it is hardly necessary to state, is well known in the literary world, i He is the author of " The Boyne and the Black water," besides other well-known works, I and is a distinguished member of the Royal | Irish Academy. He was knighted about two j years since, by the late Earl of Carlisle, for j the services he rendered to the country in; connection with the Medical and Poor-law > Department of the census, and, independently of these titles to public respect, he is an oculist of great celebrity; he fe, in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

ELECTION BAT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. KADINA AND WALLAROO RAILWAY. * r Trucks will run as follows :— > FROM WALLAROO. 8.15 a.m. 1.30 p.m. 10.45 " 6.0 „ FROM KADINA. 10.0 a.m. 4 3.30 P.m. 12.30 p.m. 7.0 „ Unless the Evening Truck should be detained for the Adelaide MaiL Fares as usual, One Shilling each way. J. B. AUSTIN, Manager. ALL descriptions of JOB 'PRINTING- can now be executed at the " WALLAROO TIMES " Printing Office. * Posters, Circuits, Cards, Bill Headings, &e., &c., EST ANY COLOlJK, executed in a workmanlike manner, and on me shortest notice.

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. (Before J. B. Shepherdeon, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

LOCAL COURT—KADMA. Wednesday, Febbijabt 22. (Before J. B. Shepherdeon, Esq., S.M.) There were three cases in the civil, and,six in the criminal side. The only cases of interest were the following:— Wilson akd Others v. Levi. . Mr Smerson for plaintiffs ; Mr Taylor for defendant. Claim for £16 17s <5d, being a balance "of account on a contract for sinking a well at the j Cocoa 2fut Mine. The contract was pat in and showed that the plaintiffs were bound to earryon ■ the sinking at the rate of £2 "10s per foot until water was, cut. . Mr Taylor elicited on cross-examination of ,.e plaintiffs and their witnesses, that water had not been cut; and he argued that as they had not " ^rformed then* part of the contract, they were ' not in a position to'enforce the claim. ** \ Mr Emerson contended that the defendant was ^%$mid by the contract to supply powder and fuse, aad through .those'articles not being supplied, thei plaintifis were unable to go oil with the sinking, j Mr Taylor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

Sales by Auction. ON A DAY TO BE NAMED. AT MOONTA. y*HABLES SujgMEBS will sell by auction, at Mr Week's, George-street, Moonta, on a day to be named— V Furniture Qroekeiy v\x=req-\ Ifron Bedsteads, Cots Fancy Goods and Jewelleiy, And other Goods too numerous to mention. CHAS. SUMMERS, Auctioneer. : MOONTA. MOONTA. MOONTA. MONDAY, MARCH 13th. At 2 o'Clock. EXTENSIVE SALE OF FIRST-RATE NEW FURNITURE. \E7" Gk TYDEMATST will shortly sell by ▼ ▼ • auction, at Weeks' Hotel, Moonta— A very large quantity of superior-made Colonial and other FURNITURE, consisting of— , Iron Bedsteads (all sizes) Cedar Chests Drawers, Cedar Tables Cedar and other Chairs, Cedar Sofas Mattresses, Palliasses , Swing Dressing-Glasses American Clocks, Cutlery And every article necessaiy in furnishing a house. Full particulars in future advertisement. Property for Sale. FOB SALE, TJWG substantial STONE COTTAGES, -with J_ extensive JVontages. Apply to H. D. GOUGE, 22-2-c i; Wallaroo. T A > D FOB SALE JLi . IN ELI...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of a " True Smelter" would puzzle a Philadelphian lawyer. If the writer has anything* to say, and will be good enough to say it intelligibly, furnishing us with his name and address—■ not necessarily for publication—we shall be happy to insert his letter.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. AERIVED. Saturday, February 25—Harriet Hope, brig,, 248 tons, A. .Hammond, master, from Newcastle, January 28. ~..;s ' . Same day—Mandarin, barque, 333 tons, W. R. Stephenson, from Newcastle 9th. February. Pas\x=req-\ sengers—Mr and Mm Ix>rd and three children. Sunday, February 26—Eclipse, schooner, Yeo, master, from Port Adelaide. D. Bower, agent. Same .day—Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward,- master, from Port Adelaide. Passengers—Messrs Eland, Williams, and Wlllmott, in the cabin; Miss Jordan, Messrs Jordon, Ferguson, Dawson, James, Philips (2), Mitchell, Blink, Dominico, Heath, and McDonald, in the steerage. Same day—-Eclair, schooner, Myers, master, from Port Adelaide. H.. D., Gouge, agent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

Shipping. STEAM TO port wauiaroo AWD ; port augusta. . H e Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Wabod, Commander, >:Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and on . ■ ■ saturday, March 11. „ 25: The royal sh3spherd will, on her return trip,leave Portr Augusta* for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on thursday, March 2. j) . » 1®» . ' »■ „ 30. . • • _ . j. B. austenj Agent, 3?ebruaiy let. Port Wallaroo. For (wai^aroo.—aie new clipper schooner cynthia, C. Heath, master, is now loading, and will have quick despatch. ROBIN & le messurier, Port Adelaide. H.D. gk5uge, Wallaroo. .• Conveyances. O SEA SICKNESS. T>OtWSEVELIi'S Wallaroo Coacli leaves Jtw3£adimon Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 6 a.m. ; and -Salisbmy thegame' days oa amval of first train from Adelaide. • MOSi PLEASANT AND EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE TO ADELAIDE. THE COACH leaves KADUfA for CLINTON at 9 A.M., every TUESDAY and^tlDAT, meeting thte* Splendid and Ckrannodious-steainsiiip EEEMOB, winch, affords a delightful; ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Harriet Hope, from Newcastle— 342 tonscoal, Wallaroo Smelting Works. Cargo of the .Mandarin, from -Newcastle—480 tons coal, Wallaroo Smelting Works. Cargo of the Royal Shepherd, from Port Ade\x=req-\ laide—1 bag vegetables, 10 cases fruit, Roberts ; 3 cases, 75 deals, Winnall; 54 bars iron, 9 bdls do, New Cornwall Mining Company; 1 case, Birks; 1 do, Wilkinson; 1 cask oil, Matfca Mining Company; 12 cases, W. G-. Tydeman and Co.; 1 do, J. James; 2 do, Bails and Pinnick; 1 parcel, Furner ; 1 case, Sowering; 20 do, Longmire ; 4 do, Sparkman; 1 parcel, Railway Company ; 1 saw. Hare; 12 pkgs, Adams; 9 do, Vivian; 1 cask, De "Garis; 14 pkgs, Wigzell; 1 do, Simms ; 5 do, Jordan; 1 do, Newson; 27 do, Levido; 1 box, Eland ; 4 hhds ale, Haynes ; 1 case, S. A. Banking Company ; 2 hhds ale, Haselgrove; 1 case, it. H. Graham; 34 do, P. Evers ; 6 bales chaff, Stacey; 4 hhds ale, 32 bags bran,Order; 42 pkgs, Cook; 18 do, W. Bray ; 3 do, Xuma and Knobbe; 7 bags potatoes, J. Se...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 March 1865

CLEARED. Saturday, February 25—Mary Grant, brig, 150 i tone, Begent, master, for Don River. . In ballast. Same day—Fairfield, - ship, 534 "tons, Hall, master, for Sydney. Monday, February 27—Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, roaster, for Port Augusta. j Same day—Contest, barque, Lieighton, master, for Melbourne. Same day—Eclair, schooner, for Port Pirie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 4 March 1865

Public Notices. NOT I C E. A LL Pigs, Goats, Habbits, Poultry, Pigeons, &c., found TRESPASSING on Allotment 169, KABINA, after this notice, ■will be DESTROYED. Datqd Feb. 25,1865. - 4 3 11 THE HON. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WOBKS. WE the undersigned, having had the misfortune to purchase land in Moonta, near allotments of "elevated ground" (adjacent to two othcfr townships, 12 miles distant), on the "which. landMrs Partington, Dame Humour, Mrs Caudle, and several other old ladies of both sexes, assured us that public buildings were to be situated, beg disrespectfully to complain to Government officials that our " ascertained information" was "false." We would suggest that in such matters as " Government things," Grocers, and Drapers. waiting for their " turn/' ought to be done brown, and the public convenience and interest of the Town should not be consulted, "for the following reasons:"— 1st. Because your memorialists since they bought land in Bryan-street are themselves sold,...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 4 March 1865

EXPORTS Cargo of the Eclipse, for Port Adelaide—42, tons copper ore, Karlcarlila Mining Company.

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