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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 EDITOR OF THE WAI/LABOO TEHEES. ; Sib,—I would be thankful for you to pub lish the following' lines relating to the present strike among the smelters 1st. For the public at large to know what, have the. workmen against Jones. They are as smelters working very hard, and after they do a fair day's work they are not paid sufficient for it. 2nd. That in every free country there is the same chance for every one to come on, but here it is otherwise, under the bad management of Jones. 'There are some men here at present working since the commence me \ of the work: they have not lost'any time since they were here. They are good smelters, but still they are kept back in the worst place in the works, and others that have come here the other day, some of his forty first cousins, are working in the refinery, and they know as much about refinery as" an Esquimaux- - , ^ A good and sober workman has no business here, because bur present: master is afr^d,^ the sort. ■...
MOONTA. March 3, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
MOONTA. (fbom ottb, owjt cobbespondent.) I ' March 3, 1865. The electioiis passed over very quietly at, this place, the numberwho polled being very limited for both Houses, but more especially for the Upper, ih consequeuce of want of registration and non-transfer of votes. A stranger passing- through, would not have known that so momentous an event as an election was going on, everything being quiet, and all appearing to be conducted in what a certain orator, would, call « vt convivial manner." For the House of Assembly, Capt. .Hart and Mr Bower were apparently the favourites amongst those entitled to vote here; akid for the Upper House, several of those who had a right to vote were supporters, of Mr Angas, Mr Magarey, &c., on account of their past services, consistent course, stake in the colony, and general fitness, in preference .to those who -bend to every breeze, and give . themselves ,-«p to the writers of sensational articles in the daily pre^s upon one subject, as th...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. DEFEAT OF MR STOW, THE ATTOHNEY-GENERAL. FATAL ACCIDENT TO SIR F. POTTINGER. Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. DEFEAT OF'MB STOW, THE ATTOHNEY-€rENEB,AIi. 3TATAL ACCIDENT TO SIR I\ % POTTINGEE, (FJROJI oxm OWN COEEESPOKUENT.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Mr Boberts, tlie champion billiard player, played his second match last night ; with a gentleman amateur, to whom he gave 600 in 1000. The amateur played well, and made 949 when Roberts made 1000. He plays to-night with JNTorclifFe, giving him 500. , Mr B. I. Stow has been rejected for the district of Victoria by a majority of three. He declines to offer himself for any other district. Crlyde and Cavanagh for Yatala, Andrews and Peacock for the Sturt, and Sutherland and Everard for Encoun ter Bay,- have been returned without opposition: • . Mr Beaiichainp, a clerk of Mr J. T. Bagot's, opposes Messrs Beynolds and Santo for the district of East Adelaide. On Saturday last,; a little girl at Queenstown vomited a centipede. The performances of Mr and Mrs Case have been attended with great success. A Protectionist meeting was held a...
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. MONDAY, MARCH 6. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. Monday, Mabch 6. (Before J. B. Slieplierdson, Esq., S.M.) John ; Monroe, labourer, was ' charged with haying stolen seven one-pound notes, the property of Mr Eldridge,- of the Prince of Wales Hotel. Mr Etnerson defended the .prisoner. The evi dence being insufficient to ^sustain the charge, the case was dismissed. . — Yarra appeared to answer a charge of having assaulted W. Winzor. Mr Emerson for the com plainant. The. chaise was proved, and the defen dant was fined in all 25s. Two cases of drunkenness were disposed of, and the court rose.
ADELAIDE SHIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
ADELAIDE SHIPPINGS. Arrived—March 3. Royal Shepherd, s.s,. from Wallaroo. Sailed—March 3, Armistice, barque, for Sydney; Lady Denison, brig, Hobart Town - March 4. Tomatin, barque, Sydney; Tommy, schooner, Victor Harbour; Emily Smith, prig, Bombay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
Medical. lliBS RENNIE, PHYSIC IESTNE ^ (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 Rennie, Physicieune, Grote-sfcreet west, Adelaide, en closing 10s in stamps or post-office order, "will be promptly answered ; and with. 15s additional ^in ail, 25s), Remedies will be sent to any post town in the colony, with her list of hopeleBs cases cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafness, ulcers, cancers, eruptions, nervous disorders, heart palpitations, consumptive cough, bilious indigestion, rheuma tism, lameness, dropsy, female disorders, children's complaints, worms &c. HOPELESS CASES CURED. MBS RENNIE'S powerful, safe, and quick curing REMEDIES—just as the railroad and telegraph are ahead of the old mail coaches —are fer ahead of the slow bungling of the old school doctors, with their bluing, blistering...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
MINING. The most important item of Mining news this week is th6 great improvement in-die recent dis covery at the New Cornwall Mine. If we are correctly informed the new lode rivals any-lode at the Moonta. We have seen a sample of the ore which is a rich grey oxide, worth above 60 per cent of pure copper. "We are informed the lode is one of considerable size, and over 15 tons of ore from this lode are at grass. The excitement in Kadina yesterday was very great. - The principal lode in the mine' has, no doubt, now 'been cut, and a glorious future is in prospect. We hope li^ furnish fuller particulars in Saturday's issue. The prospects of the South Wallaroo also said to be very good. The water is j«flier quick, and it is ffoyogbt; advisable small engine to enable further opera^ns&lt; jto.:be : carrieA on. *■» 1 5' The KarkariHaMine returning out cohaderable quantities of ore of a superior (^uaii!y_t&lt;^43iat for merly raised, and the opening upOf Jhe new^Ibde proceedi...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
MISCELLANEOUS. A man named Thomson, a china merchant in Coldstream, is now in custody for the murder of his wife under circumstances of pecalar atrocity. A post-mortem examination brought to light several serious lacerated wounds on the head of deceased, and at leasts six ribs on both sides were broken, some of the fractured bones being driven into the lungs/ The body otherwise was one mass of brnises and cuts, and one of the hands was so much lacerated as to lay bare the tendons. ' A poker and pair of tongs exhibiting,marks of bloody Hands, and "burs adhering to them, ' were found lying in the room; and, on the; bouse being examined, there were found evidences ofa very severe struggle—the floor, j the bed-fc|otbes, the prisoner's and deceased's clothes were literally saturated with blood. 1 Some of the blood on the floor appeared to a hare been r^^njtlywashed, or attempted to 3 have Meii Waslied up, as it was quite damp \ when discovered. An attempt had also been made to wash one o...
The Wallaroo Times. WALLAEOO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 March 1865
Walton Cirats. 1 -/ WALLAEOO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 It is not long since we bad an article on the Institute at "Wallaroo, but as it is a local institution which might become useful under good management, we shall offer no apology for again making a few remarks on the same subject. The Insti tute has quite recently beeuj brought again under our especial notice by a valued correspondent, who has written us a letter in anticipation of a meeting, which we believe is intended to be called with the view of rousing the dormant energies of those connected with it. Our correspondent—who we believe is better posted up than we are in the affairs of the Institute—seems to think that the meeting desired by certain sub scribers is intended to be of the " indig nation" class, and one at which fault finding and grumbling wi]l occupy a large portion of tlie programme. We hope and think he is mistaken in this. If certain subscribers are not aware of the proceedings of the Committee, they can judge of th...
SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 March 1865
SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WAILABOO TIMES. Sib,—I do not think it out of place to call your attention to the enclosed extract from the letter of the Home Correspondent of the Sydney Momma Herald, aa bearing on the present unfortunate state of affairs .—I am, WILLIAM SQUARE. " We begin to dislike the name of strikes, for the more that we investigate the working of these industrial disputes, the more do we find how all parties suffer from the imperfect man ner in which the true relations of capital and labour are understood. In South Staffordshire the colliers' strike has ended in the defeat of the men; but this might have been anticipated from the amount of violence displayed. Ex perience proves that strikes seldom survive the stage at which intimadation is resorted to. Mr Justice Byles took advantage of the occa sion of nineteen of the misguided men being indicted for rioting, to express the opinion formed by him on the subject. He declared that strikes seemed to be a ba...
THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 March 1865
THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO TffB EDITOB OF THE WAIiAEOO TIMES. Sib,—I see in your issue of the 8th inst., a letter signed " A True Smelter," in which he endeavours to -let the public at large know ■ " wiiat have the workmen against Jones." He complains that the smelters do not receive sufficient pay for a fair day's work. Before I go any further, I would ask this true smelter what he considers he sHould have for smelting Vwb charges, that being the regular day or night's work done, by each furnace. Now, let ^os see what he receives for doing the above' ' work. Supposing him to be working by day, lie reduces two charges, which amount to £l 2s. Out of that his mate or labourer re ceives 4s 9d for each charge, which makes 9s 6d for his share, leaving a balance to the smelter of 12s 6d, and this the " True Smelter" does not consider a fair day's wages. I wonder if he is aware that there are many good mechanics in this place and other parts of the colony, who think them selves well paid whe...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE EXILE OF ERIN. AIR— "Exile of Erin." [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 March 1865
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE EXILE OF ERDT. Attc—" JExiLe of Erin" There came to these shores a poor Exile of Erin, To blarney the gossoons o£ fam'd Walliaroo^ His hat it was seedy as tho' he'd shot the cat in; , .. ' One foot lad a boot on—the other a shoe." He said "That sooner he could not come to them, ... • As a sunstroke had laid him right . down mighty low ;" And a surgeon's certificate be sent for to show them, • That something or other had jammed his . big toe. ■ . . He spoke of the past in terms very " Gracian" ! Of what he had done and what he would do. He swore by the piper they should have no "Immigration,'' * . But " Aqua puer ad libitum" (that's Latin for you).* ■■■**''■■■■■ He promised them all " on his great repu tation"— ' Ji And on which he meant to keep f lis vivid eye"— * That should he be. reiturned, Goy tier's valu tion ' ' •'-Vi/r/r . Should be wholly upheld in its in-teg-ri-ty. But ■ wher&lt;? is • Erin?" ' - t Has he crossed the salt says toamore genial : c...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq.,S.M., Gavin D. Young, and James Duncan,.Esq.) FULL JURISDICTION—CIVIL. WILSON AND OTHERS V.LEVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 March 1865
LOCAL COURX—KADINA. Wednesday, march 8. (Before J. B. Sheplierdson, Esq.,*S.M.," Gravin D. Young, and James Duncan,.Esq.) fttiili jttbisdiction—civh.. Wilson aot> Othees v. Levi. Mr Emerson for plaintiffs; Mr Taylor for de fendant. Claim for £16 17s 6d, balance alleged to be due on a contract for sinking a well at the Cocoa .Hut Mine. The particulars of this case weregiven in our impression of the 1st instant. His Worship delivered a lengthy and learned judgment, and gave a verdict for the defendant. This was the only civil case. CEnilHAL SIDE. ■ William Byrnes appeared to a charge ^adjourned from last Court) of assaulting John Williams." Mr Emerson for plaintiff, and Mr Taylor for defendant. &lt;•'' a His Worship dismissed the case, withcosts. John Clinch was charged with stealing three bottles of brandy from a case left, for a short time in the TTadiria. and Wallaroo Pier and Railway Company's shed at Kadina. Air Taylor watched the case for the prosecution, and Mr Emers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 March 1865
Sales by Auction. MOONTA. MOONTA. MOONTA. MONDAY, MARCH I3th. At 2«'Clock. EXTENSIVE SALE OF FIRST-RATE FURNITURE. O. TYDEMAJf Mil shortly sell by auction, at Weeks' Hotel, Moonta—• A very large quantity of superior-made Colonial and other FURNITUBE, consisting of— .. Iron Bedsteads (ail sizes) Cedar Chests Drawers, Cedar Tables Cedar and other Chairs, Cedar Sofas Mattresses, Palliasses &lt; Swing Dressing- Glasses , American Clocks, Cutlery . And every article necessary in furnishing a house. Full particulars in fixture advertisement. MONDAY, MARCH 13. AT FOUE O'CLOCK. SALE BY AUCTION. AT MB THOMAS^ YARDS, KADINA. SPRING-CART, HARNESS. HORSE, MARE. "SDAMEL THOMAS will sell by auction, 'at his Sale Yards, Kadina, on Monday, March. 13, at 4 p.m.— 1 Strong Spring-Cart^ with Cover and Eifctings for a hawker's use, nearly new. A fine upstanding Bay Horse Bay Mare 3 sets Harness 2 Saddles and Bridles AND Several other lots. Terms at time of sale. ON A DAY TO BE NAMED. AT MOONTA. ...