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A STRUGGLE FOR THE RIVER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

' A STRUGGLE FOR THE RITES v TRADE. The Victorian Cftvernment have offered *.£ bonus to oa^tfiias cl gfeamer? who take cargoe* of BarKiig wool to Echuea instead of 6<Mj(W%. 'The PastoralTirtfayvt 19th August, saye '"By a recent departmental arrangement Victoria, masters of Murray steamers bringing wool up stream are to be allowed a rebate ox 10 per <$n& 0x1 its carraige by frail to Mjefc bourne. Victoria is evidently most anxioat to get back the Darling trade, which *Js* almost lost during the customs quarrel, thus offers the best premium. Settlers fewait with interest South Australia's answer io the .gauntlet thus thrown down." Echuca correspondent of the. saftfe journal 'remarfes " I note that the railway carriage, rate from this tp Melbourne ano WiUfamstowaO is 8s. 6d. off the railway freight. Thus a special encouragement is given to bring wool to Melbourne m place oif taking it down to Goolwa:" This is another* small development of Victorian Frotett...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

SOCIAL. .Though the past month has been marked by inactivity in business, our social progress has in many respects been of a highly encouraging nature. Referring first to religious matters, we remark with pleasure that the inhabitants of. the district if not in advance are certainly not behind those of any other place in the province in their efforts to provide the means of divine worship. There are numerous buildings, both public and private, now in progress. Mention is made in another part of the paper of the gaol, the Tele graph Station and Post Office, and the Govern ment Reservoirs. Several dwelling houses and stores hare lately been, built, while so numerous are the tanks that there is scarcely a house in the district without one or more of those almost indis pensable requirements. The attempt which was recently made to* establish a Building Society has so far resulted in success. The Trustees and committee of management appointed comprised names of the highest respectability ...

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SHIPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

■ WPt . r Wednesdays September: 20—-Eclipse, -schooner, XJrtenslade, master, from Port : Adelaide. 3>. Bower, i^ent. ; vSi Thursday, %ptember.21—Triumph, schooner, 46 tons, Jos. Morage, master, from Port -Adelaide Tia Port Hughes, Same day—Lubra,; s.s., M'Ooy, master, |rom Port Augusta. JW..C. Eland, ;agent. • > ,; i " Friday, Sept., 22—Ejangaroio', -e.s., 200 tons, Yw, iaa6ter, from P<?rfc: Adelaide. jD. . Bower, a^htl Pafeserigers—Messrs Hosting, ;<3. Lamb,. Honey, and two others, in tie cabin ; and several; ' m th^st^rage: ■ "• - •: _" "j

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

ffiNINGk i: , The quantify of ore coming ilk) Port Wallaroo j for the |>uiposes ipf been very large of late. We have heaird, 6n what' %e beIieveto.be good authority, that 4000tons of: •ore from the Moonta and Wallaroo Mines were j received at Wallaroo during the past month. Dur-! ^ng the present, month the quantity will .not quite >equal that amount, but will only be aboufr400 tons short of it. These quantities were not all raised the Mines within the month, but are the result •of accumulation. The productiveness of the Moonta. Mine is greater than eyer; and we have Just heard that a neiy lode has been cut in the neighbourhood on land adjacent to the township. - ..Thj3 Yelta Mine is lopking very well. Some splendid ore is being raised from Hancock's shaft below the 32 fin. level, some samples being worth 50 per cent. The lode at the 20 fin. level, south ,of the shaft, is also turning out rich ore. Thirty tons recentiy sent away for shipment averaged nearly 40 per cent. ■ / TOe...

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EVENTS OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

EVENTS OF THE MONTH. The funeral of the late Mr Yawser toot place on 5th inst., and was attended by a large concourse of persons. Deceased had been a member of the society of Oddfellows, and accordingly the brethren of the lodge, to the number of 'nearly seventy— wearing their appropriate regaliai, attended at his late residence to accompany his remains to their j last resting place- The mournful cortege started at about 5 p.m., and proceeded to theWesleyan Chapel, which it completely filled. The Rev. C. j Colwell officiated, and gave out the hymn com-j mencing, " And am I only born, to die, after the j ringing of which the rev.. gentleman read,, in an j earnest and impressive manner, the ^reajter portion j of the Burial Service, and then offered prayer.; Leaving the chapel the procession passed on to ! the Cemeteiy, the coffin being borne' on men's; shoulders. Arrived at the grave Mr W. Blight completed the reading of the Burial Service. Br. j S. Anderson, the Lecture-Master of the...

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STARTING OF A NEW ENGINE AT THE MOONTA MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

MOONTA MINE. • On the 27th ult. the large engine at the Moonia Mine was put to work It was expected that the Directors of the Mine would have been present, hut a telegram was received on Saturday morning stating that they could not come, as business engagements in connection with the departure of the Eng lish mail prevented them. As the steam was up, and everything was ready for a start, Captain Hancock determined to start her with out any formula or outward demonstration, but a number of persons being on the spot to witness her going capabilities, it was thought necessary that some display should be made. Captain Hancock and most of the notabilities of Moonta went up on to the bob platform, while below were some hundreds of the work men vconnected with the mine. The Moonta Mine Brass Band was also on the platform. At about halfpast 3 o'clock the signal to start was given, the machine iron bob,, obedient to the call, rose gradually and majestically to the extent of her stroke amid t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

Business Notices. TO COUNTRY STOEEKEEPEES, &c. j^i&mbeb r .. . tie •nperior Ip afejlinpoi Plrioes, any •olooriiig. WIN* M th4^w#]fei ^oi|ipile t>r Orders by post will meet with immediate atten tion, and aU goods sent will be warranted pure. * f '12 7 o S4BI&A TJMB&& XABD. HIT StAIil* JDeals 11 x 3 and 9x3, Solid and Cut Hardwood of all sizes •*•" - 5,3eet and & feet'Pdlings, Flooring Boards Cement, Planter of Paris. . -• . Dojors and Windows, 6, 7, and 8 feet Gal- j . yanizecl Iron/ OCf- and half-round • i- %jo^iai?g, %age Gaping .? ' kinds of Building Materials qiwftys on 1lhi& ■ j W. H. BEAGI/EHOLE, S 8 q . Builder,, &c., ITadrna. WATER! WATER!! WATER! !! OPPOSITE THE WAIZ4jpmt jpf: MOW on hand, in Large supply.—At these Tanks large Pumps and Troughs have l^^jwovided sp as to render them the most con .Temeijfe in ' the Township for Wiring Teams, jljl^Oasfes, &c. IJtONMOJTGEEY, Cntleiy, Lamps J^erosme/Qil, T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

._STEAM TO WALLAROO.' '] [1HE Screw-steamers » L ROYAL SHEPHERD 'J* ' . AND;: . ' LUBRA ^ sail from Port Adelaide every Saturday. iA- ■' SKEliS®!!.; •. r ,.^e?jeral Cargo par tem ^ .^.-r £0 15 0 , ^Bran per ton of 2000 lbs ... ... 1' 0 '0 2- .2000 ll»;0 17 £ per fon- I !-■■: '-. 1 15 0 W. C. ELAND; Wallaroo. : • 0MITH & OQ.,7 Town and r% STaLiara & co., j Port. J. DASWETfT, Ghrenfell street. 13 9.c ifXfS'-u i /STEAMEB FOE POET ADELAIDE. ' ,:: EEDUCED; EAEES. HE fite&mer 'j ^ ^ ; manoaboo, ;• ^aw^^p^ 'purdiased solely for the oa*le befepjaeb! | .^#^i82id Port Adelaide, will leave the latter.] .^r^ev^Ey'' ' axid: ,Wallaroo evsryiji the,Command of Gapteia John ^ ^ Omeo; and Eclipse; ; -*' \j . tp. c" v-.-, ,l- /' P- ;B0^ee, V_ j , \ ■- ' j -'vWaljaaOo.j-;ioc.-.--1 ; ■ C. LAMB, •.. . j; ^ 29 e Port Adelaide. 5105 jpchboner " ' ? Imping nearly all: her cargo engaged^ /wiij. Kaye j&ihedmte deBpatcli. , ; / A • 156r &eight or passage9>apply to JOH...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

'jjrisw: SOOTH Waam ' :.V" JOffE, & Mo®;—*1^ tui-eof k^rpeiae oil: at tlie aew miimaiefcr rabidly ^proaeii&g tio$,. OHiejSrst bank'of: retorte-are' now finisiied^adwiiiinimedi^lybed^atcbEd textile, mine. Tkebuiiding^, wfaicn. Aro of1ron,^0^eii^g fifed ■ at tlie Sydney IcaW^rfce. J$ m:#i££fecfced that the casting of the, k&ge siilkwilLjb® • ttajLj at |b fuDjAnticipated"%fest t]be Works will h© i&fiiif operation b^rthe 1st of October. af maiiMfactoaig 10,000 gallons g£ <M Weekly, ke gradually itW^teaBe^ ^e ^terprise present* very r^OTuragi^ prospects; crude petrpleum ©!| Iro m Pennsylvania beitig ^uot&i in &e English Market at £2,0 per ten. .The mineral seems likelyto findan exie&sive market i&Jhe East* orders having already l^en received from Singapore for a quan &yto be sent there for the-purpose of Mprbvisig the gas. "There are gasworks at^oiiibay, Hong Kong, Calcutta, Singa^ Sha^iiae, Madras, Java, ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

"wmsiA. &Kstancf ^ orrunning away witha ladL It occurred at th« mail t©nt,inidway between Wiekliffe and Bunkeld^ on the Hamilton, to Portland. "It appears that a kangaroo dog, about three weeks since, was in; pursuit of ssa. oldiman kangaroo, and stuck Mm tzpL The lad, J&mes ^ithington, fearingtha* the dog would get the worse for attacking the kangaroo, went to»the dog's assis* tance, but no sooner did the kangaroo see the lad than the boomer seized him. by the body, and earried'him a distance of4& yards towards some dam that was close by, evidently with the intention dT making short work of him by drowning him: therein. The lad says he had A i -f - w *-3 x,* : . was prevented from cutting the throat of hite supposedintending murderer. Ak last; the faithful dog, who had attacked < i him first, came to the. rescue, and saved his master from a premature death br drowning." Hobbible Musses.—-Oa the evening of the 2nd September, a most brutal murder wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

*' ' . Auctioneers, Land Agents, &e. " ;'.. .■ \ ■;/ ;; ^ . - ;.. J .— "jyrOUGE Y TO LEND.—PBOPERTY brought J^t under tlie Sesii Properiy Act. ^ Leases,'and other docu ments drawn up : CHAELE0 E^ licensed iand Broker. . v .Cume?siareet Land Office,, Adelaide. 12 4 c V^:-' /. S ^ 8 ' A L • E: 3ftJLP^A.^ and 21, toge fiher 215 Acres, situated not fer .from Brojvn's Public-house. - J; Termis ea9y. JLpgljto CHAELES fi. TIPEMATO,,; .'■■ ■ ';;' :• . \ ^ 1 ' ' Auctioneer. ' Cume-Btreet land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c . A3LE^ ■ OiN: LONGr' CREDIT^ - ,'.. • ^ LL6TilE^TS--KAI)IIf A :" '' - 5^ 87, and 237- . .-. , CHASI/ES TIDEMANIf, r;? ;4': v- '••.-■■ - 1; : Licensed Land looker. ^j^^e-sfeeet, AddaSde. ~r— ^—L— A LLOTSTEIfTS for SALE in the TOWJf Jrl. SHBPS of ' MOOFTA, - KADINAj -POE9? HtJCrHES, AND ; WALLAEOO, CLINTON. - 0HABLES E. TIDEMANN, ■-/ ■' Land Agent. < Gume-tstreet Land Office, Adelaide. ; 12 4 c ^HAELES. SUMMEES, AUCTIONEER ' AND STOCK . SALESMAN, KADINA. ' 'Auc...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

aascEtiiASrsGtrs shipping. *The schooner Triumph, from Port Adelaide, called at Port Hughes and landed a quantity of goods for Mr Square. This is the first time we believe that Port ^Hughes has been made use of as a place for the disembarkation of cargo. The Kangaroo did not get alongside the jetty yesterday for eix, or seven hours after her arrival. Some ©£ the goods were landed at the steps from her boats. .The coal-hulk occupied the steamer's usual berth, discharging, coal which was urgently required for- the Smelting Works. It was stated that had it been the case of the Royal Shepherd or the Lubra, one or other of the vessels would have been , compelled to haul off the jetty. Be his as its may, a .great many storekeepers from Moonfca had to wait all day without getting their goods, which'was a very great inconvenience. V. _ ?; • . .. Arrivals and Departures from 2Mh August to 2Gth September, 1865. • - AREIVALS. Thursday, August 24—Lubra, s.s., 2i0 tons, M'Coy, master, from Port ...

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EVENT OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

Jrapx OF; THE MONTH. After iBe Srsfc p£ October. ffie malt Between Adelaide- and Tt^allaroo irall-Tun-daily. We un -derstaud .that the fiteamerto-Clinton will continue » usu^ and-the other; foitt days the mail will be eonveyed overland. Bioia tife extensive prepara tions and outlay made by Mr Suounseveli, in pro 1 Tiding £ station in the middle of the 35-mile «cnib,in erecting a footbridge over the Light, neat Quigley's, and in purchasing and fencing land for I paddocks, there can be no roomfor doubt butthat * 'the.service will' be Earned oot in a satisfactory i^Bp^ner- Great credit is due, and the public are iqggbted. iP the spirted proprietor, The teams ■employed on 'this roadare all- of a superior class : iheir seldom to be met with in this colony, And they not to be excelled in any of the other .•aiqnies. Spine few months ago wefelt in our duty to, Jitwrd the citizens against the spurious bank Bptps that were to be seen at different places in city, and since then.several persons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

Mr A. Blyth lias been^gazetted as Treasurer in ; place of Mr Reynolds, resigned. ,; and MrSanto^as: Commissioner of Public Works. Parliament vrill meet next Friday for the dispatch of business. • ';' We are informed that the mail to and ironi c Adelaide * and the Peninsula'' iy-ill be conveyed^ . overland daily. Mr MuUett's~grqnd lottery came off on .Thurs* day evening, at the White Lionilotel, Kadina.; , A large number of persons were present. The for-; tunate winner of the best prize of the evening—^ the horses-was Mr S. Bowman, of W»i]a]4to;30^,>. in connection with raiRfcs always appears to have Ms^wnluck, and somebody else's too. ife MaMett won iiie gig* and the harness fell to the iofcspl^ mine host Of the White Lion,, white the other' prizes were won by various parties mf Kadipa. The affair finished with a champagne t supper, which passed o'ff harmoniously. . The lovers of the game of cricket will no doubt * be gratified to learn that ^fche opening game of ttxe Wallaroo -C...

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KADINA AND GREEN'S PLAINS FIRST PLOUGHING MATCH, [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

' »' * . . XADINA Am> GREEN'S PLAINS FIRST PLOUGHING MATCH, • The ploughing match, which took place on Green's Plains, on Wednesday, September 13, has inaugurated the commencement of a'state of things on Yorke's Peninsula that, in our opinign, is second only in importance to, the discovery of the mineral treasures of the district. .It is the beginning of the end which shall witness the con version of ihe Peninsula as a pastoral country; into an agricultural one. It affords a prospect of the settlement of the land by a rural population, of the displacement of the grower of wool By the grower of wheat, of comfortable dwellings and «rnflin'g homesteads in lieu of huts and sheepyards; of the tillage of the ground and the production in profusion of the" gifts of Ceres and Pomona. The discoveries of copper ore'are effecting for the Peninsula what the gold discoveries effected for Melbourne-^lhey are expediting the settlement of the district. But for the mines the land would doubtless h...

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SUMMARY FOR THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Saturday, Sept. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

&JJMM IIY FOR THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. Wallaboo Times Office, Saturday, Sept. 23. Our last Summary was published on 23rd August. The present issue will be forwarded from King George's Sound by the P. arid O. s.s. Northam. The English July mail arrived in Adelaide on Satur day, 16th instant, and was delivered in this district on the following Tuesday.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

' i j BlETff. * . FBBQBSOS.-frOii *tshe 26th August, at Port, Wal laroo, , the •wife* of Mr Thomas Feiguson; ^ ' daughter. .i.-j; MARBIED. /' ; Qui>*^EECi1MpATSOsr.—<)n tk'e 2nd Sep|ember, ; at the Wesleyan Chapel, Moonta, by the Sev C. T • Hewman, Mr Stephen Quintreu, to. Miss . Mary Ann Datson, both of Moonta. ■ ; : :TEEVASEffi—Bosw^N.-^On the 17th Septem ber, at Wallaroo, fey licence,, by the Eev. C. T." .Newman, Mr James Henry Trevaskis, to Miss : Elizabeth Bosewarn, both of Moonta. -V- - • ' DIED. • Eichmajs".—At Wallaroo, on the 19th September, Frances, relict of the late J. S. Kichman, Esq.,, of Penwortham, aged 58 years.

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, Sept. 22. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, Sept. 22. ■ RETAIL.. lb Chaff, £12 to £13; pollard, 2s 8d; oats, 6s 6d; barley, 7b Od; brt^, 2s 6d 5 jBCTeeniBge, 7s; wheat, 1Qs.j fldiir, 46b ; potatoes,10. ; ■" /y bbjead Akd floub. Bread,r 6d per 2 lb Mdur, 3d per loirf 4 v / 46b per bag '-v.- Screenings, 7s •; ■ Beef,: 7d tp 9d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb ft ii to lOd per lb I^mb/ none ; - Sausages, 9d per lb daisy iPBOJJUCE. ■* Bacon, l64d<^'lb Hams,colonial, ls2d per •Butter, fresh, Is 8d lb Prune Do, salt, , pjo;|EBgliBh,. Is 6d Bo, SEngliab, do >3juei&) 8s per pair iSggSjls per doz T?oW]i, 5b do' * Cheese, colonial, Is 2d Milk, 8d pgrqliart t6 Is 4d * *

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Wallaroo Cimes. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, SEPT. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

WALLAROO: SATURDAY, SEPT. 23. Sotce our last Summary (the general progress of the Peninsula Las been very satisfactory. The niost noteworthy event of themonthhas been tlie formal inaugura tion of agriculture as a new branch of; industry in the district. It has Hitherto been thought that the land of the Peninsula was totally unfit for agricul tural purposes, and this idea, right or wrong, has been received as 'an admitted fact, without any adequate attempt being made to prove or disprove its correctness At present farming here is in its infancy, and can be looked upon as experimental, but the experiment will be fairly tried, and we sincerely hope it 'may prove successful. The soil * isx excellent. The only two circumstances calculated to make the results of farming at all doubtful, are the uncertainty of the rainy season and the'absence of fresh water. Some persons, however, are of opinion that by sinking wells they may obtain it. We are not awape whether the experience obtained in t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

; TO CORRESPONDENTS- V Several letters held over, which will- appear in our . next, and several, items of local intelligence are excluded through want of spa^e. .Our Moonta friend who kindly supplied us with an account of the cricket match at Moonta will see that, the affair has been reported by our Kadina correspon dent. ' "

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