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

Jk IjSj descriptions of JOB- PRINTING- can1 novrlje executed at the " WAT.T.AT?.nrv 3SEM3ES " Printing Office. - - Circulars, Cards, BM Heaaiiigp , &c., US" AN3T GOIXDXJS, executed in a workman\x=req-\ 2&snd or ike shortest notice.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 4 March 1865

Our Mining report this week must ofnecessity be brief,. for political matters are still in the ascendant; - ■ vl; . . The recent diacoveriesat the N^ Gora^all Mine continue to meet the expectations formed of them, tuad increased quantitiesof. qi» are being . brought to grass.- . The lode in the South Wallaroo Mine is widening and looking better as-the depth increases. Some beautiful ore is being raised. The JLarkarilla Mine is evidently being worked with increased vigour. Forty-two tons of ore ^ have just been shipped to Adelaide l>y the Eclipse, about 60 or 70 more are at grass on the Mine.® The Kurilla Mine is also., turning out a foir quantity of very good .pre. The lode is a Ime large one and likely to prove Very productive. Tiie Yelta continues to exhibit satisfoetorypro\x=req-\ gress. The air shaft was holed, to the 22 fathom, about .eight days since, and--exposed'some good tribute ground to view. The shaft on the flat is , down about 12 fathoms, and tKfe promising. A good ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 4 March 1865

Ck 30aUarnn WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 4. The result of the election for the district of Port Adelaide, including this Peninsula, must be highly satisfactory to a great majority of the electors. The large number of votes polled for the Successful candidates shows this to be the case. The overwhelming majority^ obtained in this portion of the district for our local candidate, Mr David Bower, is very satisfactory. It not only shows the general respect in which Mr Bower is held, and the confidence reposed in him by the bulk of the electors, but is also a proof of the growing importance of the Peninsula, and the determination of the inhabitants to assert their political rights. i In returning Mr Bower as our repre- j sentative, we feel that we are sending to i Parliament a man whose interests are j identical with those of the district; and without any disrespect to Mr Bower, we may say that this is the best guarantee we can have that our local wants will be looked after. " Human natur is...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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A HORRIBLE DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

A HORRIBLE DEATH. The following details, which were educed at an inquest before Mr Richards, at "Ratcliff, on Tuesday, December 24, may be taken as a sad example of the.horrible condition upon which some of the labouring poor struggle to win subsistence, and to what distressing terms, either in ignorance or by necessity, they are reduced. The investigation was into the cir cumstances attending the death of Elizabeth Wood, aged fifty-five, who had died in violent convulsions. The deceased had been married, but had been obliged to leave her husband owing to his misconduct. He denied her any assistance, and she was left with her aged mother, nearly 80 years old, to support. About four months ago she sought and ob tained work at Messrs Johnson's white-lead factory, in Limehouse. She was then in good bodily health. She laboured there . from six o'clock in the morning till six o'clock m the evening, and her" wages for these twelve hours was Is 9d. These were the regular hours, but sometim...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ADVENTURE AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

AN ADVENTURE AT SEA. Baring die height of the tempest which prevailed a few days ago in the Atlantic, a pilot boat was observed by the look-out at Nantes to be making for that port. She was, however, presently seen, to miss the regular channel, and ran on shore on the mud out «^ ;V^veral persons went to the assistance to find (sayp ^i^lignani^ made the fpUowirig state ment:— ... "My name is Alphonse Dennis, andmy age twelve stod a half years. I am a native of St. N^zaire, and have been for six months em ployed' on btoapd pilot-boats. This sloop, the Yipere, left St. Nazaire on %ke 6th, having on board the master, two pilots, and myself. We put the pilots on board two ships, and were returning to St. Nazaire when the weather forced us to put into Belle Isle, which we left this morning. The weather being c^lmpr we set sail; but the wind, presently recovered its former violence, and the sea washed over our decks. I told the master we had too much sail on, but he was too much occupied i...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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THE RUSSIANISING OF POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

THE RUSSIANISING OF POLAND. The St Petersburg journals publish Russian official documents from which it appears that the Government of St Petersburg has adopted measures for completely Russianising Po land. One of these documents, a secret cir cular addressed by General Mouravieff, on the 19th of July last, to the civil governors of Wilna, Kowno, Grodno, Minsk, "Vitebsk, and Mohilev, states that the Committee for the western provinces has approved of the plans be proposed for the administration of! those provinces, and that the Emperor hasj also given his sanction. From this time forth no act cf Polish propagandism is to be tole rated, hut every effort is to be made to com pletely eliminate the Polish element and make the population thoroughly Russian. With this view the peasantry are to be educated as Russians and members of the National Church; the orthodox clergy are to be made independent of the landed proprietors, and be better paid; die Soman Catholic clergy, "on the other han...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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AN EXECUTION IN LITHUANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

AN EXECUTION IN LITHUANIA. The Ost-Deutsche Zeitung publishes the fol lowing letter from Kowno, dated November ^ 17■" The hopes of an amnesty for the Polish insurgents seem to be in no way likely to be fulfilled. Only, within the last few days an execution took place here, the military com mission had sentenced the culprit to be shot, but Mouravieff ordered him to be hanged. The unfortunate Pole was Dr. Micewicz, a man of about 20, who had just passed his examination at St. Petersburg when the insur rection broke" out. He is said to have been one of the chief organisers of the revolution in the government of Kowno; it is certain that he shed no blood, and was not an insur gent leader. He denied the charge against: him to the last. It may not be without inte rest to make public some of the .details oihis execution. Early in the-m< raiug it was pro claimed by beat of drum that at 9 o1clock one of the insurgents would be hanged. It was a dark, cold, cloudy day, and the melan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

/ -' Business Notices. J "i J J.! 't J - VAJl J- .,»!• F-fe-.l . -: .. • . - -'.•••■. • .. ■; V- ;■ m&B£, ^ WAIjLAIMX) bay' • ■;■ ^T;.® ' c. o t; t; m A: jsr, i&:y ; '■+ ■ ' ^"f^jfctiiirmn^ for the liberal support .he has j "Tecteiy^i emrefiSBlj b^s-to announce that in: addition to lie above,, lie has opened a Hew and Commodious shop for the sale of all kinds of usefulf 'abd ornamental : Household Furniture, which- hfe is determined to sett at . the lowest Bemunerative: :Prices for cash, and respectfully solicits ~the further patronage and support of the inhabitants «f Wallaroo and vicinity. , - - j . ' . . ^ f ' .. .. , FUJNJDltAiS as heretofore, at fixed charges. Opposite Whitford's N«w Corn Store; ; ;... ^RCHEB-STBEET, 4 3c THOMAS JOBDA3ST, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, POET WALLAROO, BEGS to announce to liis numerous customers of the above place and the surrounding j districts of Yorke's Peninsula, that he has just received an excellent assortment of English and Forei...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

EXPOBTS. Cargo of tlie Harriet Hope, for Port Adelaide —260; tons "copper ore, Wallaroo Mining Com pany. _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

Sales by Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. ON THE WBABF, WALLAROO. FOR THE BENEFIT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. UNDER CONSIGNMENT FROM POST f; ADELAIDE. A LFRED FRANCE will sell by auction, on, jLm.° Wednesday next, at 12 o'clock at noon, on the Wharf, Wallaroo— 70 Casts BOTTLED STOUT (Richard son's red label), each 3 dozen 50 casks Bottled Stout (Byass'), each 4 dozen Just arrived, ex Alchymist, at Port Adelaide— 48 kegs prime Butter, each containing li ewt. (about). Terms—Over £20, three months approved bills. MOONTA. MOONTA. MOONTA. MONDAY, MARCH 13th. EXTENSIVE SALE OF FIRST-RATE SEW FURNITURE. G. TYDEMAT^ will shortly sell by WW m auction, at Weeks' Hotel, Moonta— . A very large quantityof superior-made Colonial and other FDUNITUEE, 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 necessary in furnishing Full pa...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

COMMERCIAL. . Waixaroo Times Office, Tuesday Evening. We hare no alteration to report in our quota tions. Barley, 6s; .bats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 2d; bran, Is lid to 2s; chaff, 8s.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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BILLY DALE. AIR—" Lilly Dale." [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

BILLY DALE. Ara — Lilly Dale." My Billy, dear, is weeping O'er soothing cups of tea, With visions backward sweeping, O! Wallaroo, to thee! For like a beauteous flower \ : ; He took thee to his arms, But now behold another Bower Possesses all thy charms. ; > i Chorus . Toll, toll the bell for gentle Billy Dale, • And let his health be drunk in tea as well as ale; Our J^lly, dear, we've lost,. So loving, kind, and frail j Sing to one sad lay— ; -.'V/ . Lost Billy Dale! Tis morn! arid voters, warbling1, Around the happy Bower ; ' ! • With joyful Hart, forget the part They took in that dark lioor, When Dale went down, and Downer too, And Coglin also fell— When Willie, dear, amidst his fear, * Gould neither write nor spell/ V 1 i Toll, toll the bell, for gentle Billy Dale, &c. My Billy, dear, I'm thinking, If thou wi tf cease o roanij And set to work like winking' - • For the little folks at home, The world will Bay, We care not f „ About hiB p's and q's, - ' '1: His dotted i'...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March 3. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CTJRBENT. Wallaroo, March 3. BKEAJD AND FIiOTTfi. Bread, 4%d to 6d per 2 Flour, 3d per lb lb loaf BUTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 4d to 6d per lb !Pork, 6d to 9d per lb Mutton, 4d to 6d per lb Veal, 6d to 9d per lb Lamb, 3b 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb perqr DAISY PEODTTCE. Bacon, Is 2d per lb Hams, colonial, Is 3d per Butter, fresh, Is 6d lb Do/ Bait, Is 4d I)o, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is per Milk, 8d per quart lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, English, Is 8d do Fowls, 5s do Eggs, Is 2 per doz SISH. .Oysters, Is pfr doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Sehnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to Is per doz • PBTJTT. Almonds, dried, Is Peaches, 3d per lb Apples, 2d Plums, 6d to 8d per qt Apricots, 3d per doz Pears, 2d per lb Orapes, 3d per lb Lemons', 3d to 4d each VE&ETABj&ES. Cabbages, 5d to 8d Onions, 2£d per lb Cucumbers, 2d to 4d Potatoes, 12s per ewt Carrots, 4d per bunch (Warrnambool) French Beans, 4d per Turnips, 6d per bunch lb Vegetable Ma...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SATURDAY'S RAIN. BALLAD. AIR— "Bonnie Dundee." [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

ORIGINAL POETRY. SATURDAY'S BAIN. Baixab. Am — *' Bonnie Dundee" At length to tbe people the weather clerk spoke, / Ere the sun goeth down, your township shall . soak; x A So let each who wants water make ready his diain, And catch what he can of the long-promised rain ! • 7/"; Come bring out your pots, come bring out your pans, , Tour billies and buckets, your kettles and* ; cans; Come open your gutters and let them run free, For the rain-clouds are rising fast over the sea! See A n out with his scraper and broomM Defying the wind, the wet,* and the gloom - He smokes as he sweeps with might and with main, And prays to the gods for a deluge of rain ! Come bring out, &^. To his drains with his spade there goes Mr — St——, ... v He hurries along as though running a race; he Observed the rain coming, and giving a cheer He bolted from Bentley's, forgetting his beer! Come bring out, &c., ? - Away in a bustle runs he of the Globe, To examine his drams, and his spouting to p...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

MAIL NOTICES. j Mails close— _ rr - WA1LAEOO. For'Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. ' For Kadlna and. Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m.. KADENA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 sum. : •. » ; . For Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p-m,. • . _ • MOONTA.- • For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and .SaMrday, at 3.30 p.m. For Eadina and Wallaroo every day (Sundays excepted}, at 3.30 p.m.

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THE COURT-HOUSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

THE COURT-HOUSE. TO THE EDITOS OE THE "WAX.IAB.OO TIMES. Sib,—I should feel obliged if you or any ! of your readers could inform me whether the •Court held at the Globe on Saturday last was fin open Court or not—if open, why so many: b'f the inhabitants of this place were refused; 'adtnittance? I for one applied to the police man in charge of the doorway, and. was refused admittance. 1 asked if it was ah open-Court, and the reply from that gentle man was, "You shall not come in; if you] don't shut up your jaw, I will talce you in diai^i^- '^the Court was not full at the time. , chips. - [The above was inadvertently-jnislaid, or it would have appeared before.—E». W. ilj

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

C-siv COBEiES?aifl>EHTS. ^evs^^^mplaints"beep made to us respecting tbe non-insjer^^^Qf letters, we beg to _nbtify[.to onr correspondents" that we are guided by-^jhe-usual rules of journalism. . "We arealways '■willing to insert any letter properly written, %nd wi& Ti^e imter fiWislied to ujb! wr^ubKcatioiijbutasagJM^ ' V <%MM3BSibl^ OF.PlJBliC WOBKS " j (Moonta)—Can only be ins&ted as an advertise jnent, r -y-;-.rVv>-.>'M T: iC.—Held over.

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THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE TSDITOBr OF THE "WAILABOO Tnraa . Sib,—I much regret that the smelters' strike still continues Many of the labourers to thef^umber of nearly finding th^; jjhen be amicably settled,] have wisely left to seek employment else- j where. It is reported that the Directors are not at all likely to make the sHghtest conces- j sion. It is said it will pay as well, if not j better, to ship the rich ores from Moonta and sell them at Swansea, rather than smelt them here. Should this determination be perse vered in, the loss will be—in depreciation of property alone- very great\ and the Directors, if not willing to give way in all things to the men, should consider what effect it will have on the trading community who have ven tured their all in the neighbour hood. An inquiry can do no harm. That there has been mismanagement is patent to all, otherwise the works would not have been brought to a standstill at one time for want of firewood, caused by the reduction of p...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

SHTPPINa N EWS. ABBIVBD. Monday, March 6—Fort Kegent, ship, 6£5 tons, he G«jt, master, from Port Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865

Shipping: STEAM TO PORT WALLAROO AND PORT AUGUSTA. |\&'E' Screw - Sfceafaship ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Waed, Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo. and SATURDAY, March 11. jvi ' •'»' ■ » . 25. ... ___ : The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return 4?np, leave Port August^,^ for JP^llaroo and Port j Adelaide, on " ■■v''- j THURSDAY^ March 2. j » ,» . ' ! j> j> ■ ■ ] 3". B. AUSTIN, ' . Agent, 1 February 1st. Port Wallaroo, | H$B WALLAROO.—The new clipper schooner CYNTHIA, j C. Heath, master, is «ow loading, and-will have quick despatch. j ROBIN & LE MESSURIER, | Port Adelaide. H. D. GOUGE, Wallaroo. OB. WALLAROO.—The fast-sailing and favourite schooner, ECLIPSE, Iraving nearly all her eairgb "engaged, will hare immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo 5 JOHN YEO; or to COBBIN LAMB. .. FOB LONDON FROM WALLABOO. 613 terns register, Captain E. Etching, now lying alongside the Jetty, will proceed on her homeward ■voyage i...

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