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TELBGEAPIIIC NEBWS, Adelaide, Tuesday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
' .TELBGEAPIIIC , NJBW.S. I : / Cfbom: otnt owsr coehespo^tjent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Tlie Treasurer's resignation is creating great speculation. Nothing lias trans pired as to the doings of "tlie Cabinet. It is rumoured that Mr" Neville Blyth is to be the new Treasurer. Mr Thring, one of Stuart's companions, goes witli Mr M'Kinlay to the Northern territory. Ingleby, the insolvent, has received a second-class certificate, to be suspended for two years, and has been sentenced to six months' imprisonment. Leader and Cocktail are the favourite horses in the steeplechase to take place to-morrow. Melbourne telegrams state that an enthusiastic meeting of the Protectionists had taken place. Resolutions were passed thanking the Grovernor, the Government, and the London Chartered Bank. Groans were given for the Argus.
WE WANT A CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
WE WA1STT A CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOK OF THE WAXLAJiOO TIMES. Sir,—It is "within my recollection that tlie former Crown Lands Ranger, Mr Eyre, laid infor mations and got convictions against a Mr Chalker, and another party whose name I forget, the for mer for depositing a few loads of earth on the Reserve, the latter for erecting and occupying a Oaiavas tent on the same. I respectfully ask, if those convictions Avere legal, why are persons de positing rubbish on Owen-terrace, and 'the tent of the Photographic Company allowed to remain "unnoticed? ~I am, Sir, &c., FAIR. PLAY.
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, August 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
BUILDING MATEBIAIiB. Wall&roo, August 23. Retail. Deals, 9x3 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut Ditto, 11 x 3, solid Ditto, ditto, savraueadti.cut . Battens, 7x3, solid Ditto, ditto, each cut Cedar -Board, per foot Buper Flooring Boards, T & Gr, 6 s i Stringy Bark, 3x2, lh d, per : 100 Ditto, 4 x 3 Ditto, 6 x 1, l£d Ditto, 6 x 6 Ditto, 9 x 9; Palings, 5 feet, Launeeston Ditto, ditto, Hobarton Laths, 3 feet, ^ 1000 Ditto, 3 feet: 6, ditto Cement—Portland [Roman Bkicks, attlie kiln OoMJUG-ATED IBON, ^ Zinc, ^ cwt, 40s Lime, per bushel, 6d to 8d at thejriln. 0 0 7 0 0 ,oh 0 0 81 0 0 -0| 0 0 5 0 0 Oh 0 0 -7 0 0 2 h 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 Bcarce 3 5 0 cwt, 338 to 40s
LAJBOUR MARKET. Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
LAJBOUR MARKET. Sept. 20. j Miners, 4S&^:weet r Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpsnters, slOs to lis ^ Jiabourers, >7e diem, diem ^ . Quarrymen,r6s do . to 33s doy ImmperSjkSsi^dQ,^, ■ Cartage of pre from Moonta Mine,- per .-ton of ' , 21 ewt.,9s.i •' :• ' Ditto ditto from^el^Mine, 9s. Di]to^i^Q ^om K^kaiiila Mine, lis;. ; Cartage of -stores -to the above mines, per ton of j 20 cwt., 8s.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
MARRIED. Teetas-eis—Rosewaen.—On the 17th Septem ber, at Wallaroo, by licence, by the Rev. C. T. Ifewman, Mr James Henry Trevaskie, to Miss Elizabeth Rosewam, both of Moonta. DIED. BlCHMAN.—At Wallaroo, on the 19th September, Frances, relict of the late J. H. Riclim&n, Esq., of Penwortliam, aged 58 years. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
Business Notices. TO COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, &c. Alexatoer IE win, wholesale COUiPECTIONEB, 27, Rtotdxe-steeet, supplies every description of Confectionery, superior to any Imported, at the Lowest Possible Prices, without any deleterious mixture or colouring. Orders by post will meet with, immediate atten tion, and all goods sent will be warranted pure. 12 7 c KADINA TIMBER YARD. ON SALE, Deals 11 x 3 and 9x3, Solid and Gut Hardwood of all sizes 5 feet and 6 feet Palings, Flooring Boards Cement, Plaster of Paris fl)d'or8 and Windows, 6; 7, iand 8 "Feet" Gal vanized Iron, Oft and half-round Spouting, Bidge Caping And all kinds of Building Materials always on hand. W. H. BEAG-LEHOLE, 5 8 q Builder, &c., Kadina. WATER! WATER!! WATER!!! OPPOSITE THE WALLAROO WIS. NOW on hand, in large supply.—At these Tanks large Pumps and Troughs have been provided so as to render them the most con venient in the Township for Watering Teams, filling Casks, &c. IRONMONGERY, Cutlery...
VICTORIA. Melbdarne September 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
5 VICTORIA: i (From the Adelaide Patters.") / i Melbdaroe'sSepteiiaiber 1S>: Copper has been disco veredin t&e Ooon taralta Ranges, near Menindee. Splendid 8am-• pies of copper from ite^ G^dlbiirn iiiVe been shown Here. The ore also contains gold and lead. Melbourne; Septefaber 16. A motiontwill be submitted to-morrow* in the Legislative Council, byMr Sladen, in-' viting the Imperial authorities to arbitrate on; the difference with the Assembly.. Lithe Assembly Messrs McCylioch and Higinboihim lectured 'the Press for the style t in which the Governmenthadbeen attec%^cL;7 Mr McCulloch threatened* the Argus with in action for libel, and Mr Higinbothain warded v. the Press generally to beware. Dr Macadam died, on hoatd the Alhatnbrtu, on4iis waytoDunedin to giv« evidencepnLihe ^ trial of Captain Jarvis for the Murder of.hifr wife. .*■ ■ ih At Talbot, the wife of a woodgplitter^ whiie , in a state of temporary insanity, cut her son-a ■^liroatj wards cut her own - t&to...
KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
Kadimm. vj:-r. I ^irst Iimipgs. Horn, b Hyde, x ^ MoVle, b Pirmick Holmes, cHyde Gouge, c Richarda Sands, ran out ... Bails, not out ... ... Rose warn, a Baker Mealy, ft Hyde 4 ... 1 Mandarke, not out ... Steele, b Pinnick Ellioft, b Hyde Byes ... Leg byes Wide balls Grand totsl SecondfenJn is.' \ stumped^ ; " "4 :~ c Iveale -* - r ib iBennett f :* S 0 .lb w .... . _ 'L4i&l not out 1 -2 . stumped. >-,n: not out ; 0 stamped" ■ b Pinnick ;.: / ' .-;ii r. . Byes Widebaiis v'5'T ; *. v-'# . lis" . 4 9 : i 8 0 . 20 : 3 . 0 . 9 . 0 . 1 . "2 . 1 . 6 64
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
CRICKET MATCH/ Within the last two months strong Cricket clubs have been formed at the three townships of the Peninsula, not weak bant lings dependant on two or three energetic members for their existence—but healthy, vigorous clubs, joined by all the players and countenanced and assisted by the whole respectable community of the district. We have heretofore had to chronicle opening matches played between different members of the same.club, but Wednesday last was so far the grand match of the season. The Moonta club hayingiacceptedja challenge from that of Kadina to pliay a friendly match for a new ball, (the latter chartered Hodge's new conveyance jand arrived; at; M^pnta hi good time., Proceeding to the ground—fto the right of the crusher 011 the road from Yelta to Moonta—the Kadina men pitched.their pretty little tent in good view of the play, the colours of the Moonta flying in another part of the field. The ground was very gopd but hardly enough of it free from scrub on one. si...
NEW PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
NEW PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHUBCH, MOONTj*. The Primitive Methonists at the .Moonta Mines have commenced their new chapel in characteristic good earnest. The corner-stone was1 laid on Monday, the 21st ult. The Rev. Ji Standrin opened the service by reading- a ijymn, which was sung with good effect. He ♦Ifen.read a copy of the document, sealed in a phial, intended to be lodged in the cavity cut m.ihe stone, as follows:—" Primitive Metlio dfist"Connexion —This denomination di Pro testant Christians took its rise under - divine providence as a result of camp meetings or open air services, the first of which was . held on Mow Cop, near Tunstal, Staffordshire, JSugland, on the 31st of May, 1807, and the first class was formed in March, 1810, and feonsisteci of ten persons, not any of whom had ever been members of any church. Such Jias Keen the success divinely vouchsafed to the feeblest instrumentality, that in fifty-five years the body has increased to the following proportions—■ Church li...
QUEEISTSLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
QUEEISTSLATSTD ./The following 'graphic description of the drmkiiig customs of Queensland- is from $ Jjfcockhampton paper w The great •arseof, not, only Bockhampton, but the whole of Queensland is drink. ' From morning till night, with many., is otafe ,€9|arBe of drinking. If one meets his fellow, as he speeds along the street, it is in&e to end in a * Liquor, up,' while the mghtiy nestling in snug- parlours and \ fitting prolonged tall past midnight -with lithe continual * W hat's yours ?' and siBy •onue-seriouB, confidential under toned hashed, that a rattling headache in the ittxtinbing dispels to th$ winds, when they torn out blinking, sore-eyed,, and seedy, , for * a hair .of the" dog*, which generally «ets Hiem off for another day*s folly, jt iBB&rprising this &ig^tfiil aHuring ptower &lt;sf the bane of mankind. Business is infected, prospectfc aire lost, health and strength perilled, charactet, reputation; *&fiadiag ifi society, everyth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
[JlDYEETISEMEET.] THE PLOU GrHIN&lt;3- MATCH DINNER. THE . RQITO K OITTRiE-^rAiE.Ii3^0p-XI3C3S!Jr Sir,—I was sorry to see in your report of the dinner, at the Ploughing* Match, a statement to the eS'ect that a number of the visitors present attacked the viands -without -waiting for the judges. I assure y&u, Mr Editor, that this was doiie entirely through a mistake ; butthe judges were really bo long making up their minds as to the best ploughing, and the pangs of hunger were so imperative that we could not wait. But it is satisfactory to know that the provisions were bo ample that those who eame after we had taken the edge off our appetites, fared none the worse in consequence. In fact, they fully made up for lost time, and we left thein. enjoying their feast. I regret to observe that your report is incom plete, for it does not chronicle the return of the chairman and judges, who left sometime after the first batch of visitors. An accident occurred to those gentlemen...
WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. This event was celebrated 011 Sunday last, and following day, in the Wetleyan Chapel, Wallaroo Bay. The Rev. O. T. Newman preached on the Sunday morning to a large congregation. In the afternoon the scholars were examined and addressed by the Bev. C. T. Newman, on the " Histoiy of Abraham;" and acquitted themselves in a veiy satisfactory manner. Mr Bray preachediil the evening, and the chapel was again crowded. The musical portion of the services, both morning an&lt;| evening, were conducted by an efficient choir fiom the Xadina Wesleyan Chapel, under the able leadership of Mr Herbert, who presided at the organ. Collections in aid of the school fundwer© made at the close of the services. On Monday afternoon a host of children ^air took of. tea and cake. When they had finished a public tea meeting took place, which was Nume rously patronised. The ladies who presided at the tables, and by whom for the mostpart the tables, were liberally prov...
WANT OF A CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
WANT OF A CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. j Sib,—I, being one of your constant readers, cannot but admire'the memory of your correspon dent. '■ Fair Play," in his recoHection of Mr Eyre's zeal in the tase of Mr Chalker, etc.; and sincerely trust that his hiuts will have the desired effect-. One of " Fair Play's " bugbears (the tent of the Adelaide Photographic Company) has I see been, already removed to the rear of the Cornucopia Hotel, and liis Herculanean strength of mind has only to be brought to bear upon the deposits of earth and timber nearer to the wharf, to remove: nuisance No. 2 (of longer standing). When he can accomplish, that by his marked manner of agitation, no doubt on his name proper I being revealed to the citizens of this township, a j souvenir or dinner will reward his exertions. Success to his letters! that they may remove tho ; ■want of a corporation. —I am, &e.. * A CONSTANT HEADER. September 22,1865.
OPENING OF THE SCOTCH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
OPEJOTa OF THE SCOTCH CHURCH. The opening of the Presbyterian Church, which toot place on Sunday, 10th September, was by fer tile greatest event of any of a similar nature that have yet taken place on the Peninsula. It was one in which a lively interest was taken by the whole community, and this' circumstance is highly gratifying, whether regarded as&n expres-, sion of good feeling towards our Presbyterian friends j or as indicative of "the decay of sectarian pre judice. The other • places of public worship, were nearly all of them closed, that their congrega-' tions might attend the opening services of the i new church. The interest of the day's proceed- J ings was greatly enhanced by the presence of the Rev. John Gardner, who had kindly consented to officiate on the occasion, and whose popularity as a preacher it is needless to remark, is as wide spread as it is deserved. The event attracted a large number of visitors from Kadina and Moonta, and j even a few from Adelaide ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865
NEW are* i.a wto j A romance of. the seneiaitaml kind h&S ; recently been enacted in ti^e JEuapeTba district, A barmaid attempted suicide by leapiikg into the Waipori liver, from w;hich she was rescued by a constable; a^d takeu beforevte^QT Oi?o^e^ EuM!., to asmwes the ehjffge ot attempting to destroy herself, It appears that she had taken the leap, which might have been fatal, in, it fit of disappointed love. The sequel is thus told by the Tmpeha Mecorder:—" The day following she made her appearance before Major Croker, and the formal charge of attempting to destroy herself had just been preferred, and preliminary arrangements fqr the trial commended, whea a man on a jaded horse,; very much travel-soiled, arrived at thfej ^loor of the Court-temse. The first impres- ■ sion of those who witnessed his arrival was—that in ins hurry he intended toj rush into Court, horse, sptirsand^all. He disappointed these expectations, however, by dismounting, and edging hiiriself up to the b...