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SHOCKING PIT ACCIDENT IN WEST CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

SHOCKING PIT ACCIDENT IN WEST CUMBERLAND. Early on Saturday morning, an accident, occurred at one of the iron-ore pita at Friz ington, which resulted in the death of three of the workmen. The pit belonged to Mr Smith of Whitehaven, and is known as the Crossgill iom-ore pit. A quantity of earth fell from the top of the shaft, which upon exami nation was found to be in a very dangerous condition. Steps were immediately taken by the manager to make the shaft secure, and a temporary stage or platform was erected at the mouth of we pit for the convenience of the workmen, of which a number were engaged up to Saturday. At the time of the accident, between one and two o'clock in the morning, six men were engaged on the scaffold, when suddenly one of the ends of the rafter which supported the stage gave way, and three of the men were precipitated headlong do wb the pit. The other three marvellously escaped. One of the survivors, Thomas Jacques, caught hold of the rope which was suspended in ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION ON STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION ON STRIKES. Lord Lyttelton has addressed a letter ex plaining the full meaning of a remark which he made at the meeting of the South Stafford shire Adult Education Association, u that some of the coalowners in the district attributed the evil of strikes to education among the working people, and were disposed in consequeuce to withdraw their aid from educational move ments." He did not apply these remarks universally to the employers of the district; but— " I would answer for the following having been saidv and not on any merely private occasion, by some or other of the coalowners dnriDg the strike :—That they disapproved night schools; that the more a man was edu cated the worse workman he was; that they should for the future decline to assist the working-classes in anyway* that education and the —— penny papers had done all the mischief, and that public-houses were the proper place for working men to meet in; that they should leave the working classes to th...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Vibilia, from Port Adelaide—50 tons timber, D. Bower; 130 tons coal, Wallaroo Smelting Company; 1 fly-wheel, 50 bags chaff, Uew CornwaH Mining Company ; 10 casks ale, 13 pkgs sundries, Order. Cargo of the Royal Shepherd, from Port Ade laide—-2 pkgs, Weeks; 14 do, Clarkson; 10 do, Grant; 1 do, Wells; 2 do, Beaaley; 18 do, Cook; 3 do, Taylor and Clarkson; 19 do, Bray; 18 do, Adams; 32 do, Evers; 3 do, Haselgrove, 1 do, Crane j 24 do, Serlej 25 do, Levido; 1 do, Mackie; 30 do, Wigzell; 3 do, Moyle ; 5 do, Wenlock and Gumer; 4 do, J. James; 1 do, Karkarilla Mining Company; l.do, Pleneiss; 1 do, Paseoe; 1 do, Kifcchin; 6 do, Birks; 1 do, Moore j 1 do, Wilkinson j 1 do, Scarfe and Bur den; 1 do, Sparkman; 9 do, Vivian; 12 do, Bower; 1 do, Edwards; 2 do, National Bank ; 1 do, > Orchard ; 3 do, Vinezzer; 28 „ do, J. W. Wilson ; 11 do, Olifant; 1 do, Allanson ; 48 do, Order; 1 - do, London j 6 do, Helliot; 11 do, Gadd and Yorke; 3 do, Eland. Cargo of the Cynthia, fro...

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CHASE AND DESTRUCTION OF A BLOCKADE-RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

CHASE AM) DESTRUCTION OF A BLOCKADE-RUOTER. The Bermuda Advocate gives the. following, account of the chase and destruction of the Lynx while attempting to run out of Wilmlng^ ton, on the night of the 26th of Septem ber :—" Having passed safely over the. bar, the , pilot acquainted the captain with the fact, when he directed his course due east. The order had no sooner been given and the helm answered, when the night be came brilliantly illuminated by rockets and blue lights from all quarters. Shbt after shot was fired in quick and rapid succes sion near and over the gallant little ship. The first one passing through the wheelhouse, wounded the man at the wheel, and threw particles of glass and splinters over a lady passenger who had taken refuge therein. Captain Reed directed his steamer through the narrow passages .between the hostile ships. Speed alone eould save the ship from the whizzing balls, for the calmness of the sea tave the enemy too great an advantage in ring. The littl...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

EXPORTS. Cargo of the Mandarin, for Port Adelaide—-BOO tons copper ore, WalIarro Mining Company. Carge of the Adelaide, for Port Adelaide—30| ions copper ore, Karkarilla Mining Company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

An old man, when, dangerously sick, was orged to take advice of the physicians, but ob jected, saying, " X wish to die a natural death."

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

SAILED. Saturday, .March. 11—Mandarin, barque, for Port Adelaide. - , Same Adelaide, scliooner, for 'Port Ade laide!. . Monday, March 13—Soya! Shepherd, s.s., for Port Augusta. : — • -

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NEW MINING COMPANY LAW IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

NEW MINTNXx COMPANY LAW IN AUSTRALIA. A bill of much importance to the mining com munity has been introduced into the Adelaide Assembly by Mr Neales, the object being not only to secure limited liability to public companies, but also to introduce the admirable principle of anonymous partnerships, so well known on the continent. Theie can be no doubt that there are a vast number of useful enterprises which would be developed, and yield large profits, could capitalists invest upon the principle of the societe anonyme. That there is more security to the creditors of a company keeping a register of shareholders then of an anonyme company cannot be shown, since according to the law at present in force in England there is nothing to prevent the full nominal value of the share being called up, when the responsibility of the shareholder entirely ceases, so that It must be immateral to the creditor whether his name be known or not. It is to be hoped that the anonyme sys tem will hereafter be...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

iQSCKT.TiAKEOIJB SHIPPING. A bpqne, supposed to be the Philip, from Por^ Adelaide, anchored in tlie. bay last evening. 39ie fallowing is a list of inrasels, at present in •WbIMt,' sdkdoner, at %^rt:^B^entandSar«ichJ pMps.loadii^ ^for SwaiifieJi ; 'Di^gpii, barque ■$ ' ^abilia, jbrigantine; Cynthia ajid Omeo, scihobnerf, at 'T; > ifF^ jaab .'m^ipa^.^ojirvOia'M . liad nearly completed landing her cargofor Wallaroo, when^^ywient squall forced ber from her moonn^'^afc jetty, and as the weather assumed a threatening appearance, Capt. Ward thought the best thing he could do would be to steamright away for Port Augusta, j^tech he did,, carrying with him a portion of the cargo intended for this port. T:V"' "C; AsErvAi. or iHE Qubej? Bee.—Persons who have been anticipating this vessel as the means of filling vacancies from lifer. passengers in domestic or &rm occupations will be disappoin ted, for the greater portion are consigned to mends, and though there are 33 single females, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. Traces or Leichhabut.—A correspondent of the Queensland Guardian on the Warroo, Mr. Frederick Bracker, sends the following communication:— "Having read. In your valuable paper the report of Mr. M'Intyre's discovery of what that gentleman supposed to he that of Mr. Leichhardt's camping-places, and of his having subsequently found two* horses thought to^have belonged to that gentle man while on his expedition, T feel moved, through a long and intimate acquaintance with the doctor and his friends in Germany, to give you what little information I possess which may throw any light on his last unfor tunate expedition. If it be not of much importance in itself it may, perhaps, prove of some use in helpmg to decide amidst the many conflicting statements made and doubts entertained respecting Dr. Leichhardt's fate. When I was* managing the Company's station at Rosenthal, Dr. Leichhardt called to visit me, and left a number of his horses with me to be sold to the best advanta...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March 10. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March 10. _■. j BREAD A"ND FLOUR. I Bread, 4^d to 6d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf 48s per bag butchee 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, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr DAJBY PEODUCE. Bacon, Is Od per lb Hams, colonial; Is 2d per Butter, fresh, Os Od lb Do, salt, Is 3d Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is per Milk, 8d per quart lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, English, Is 6d do Fowls, 5s do Eggs, —s per doz FISH. Oysters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to Is per doz FBtnr. Almonds, dried, 9d Peaches, 3d per lb Apples, 2|d Plums, 6d per qt Apricots, none Pears, 2fd per lb Grapes, 3d per lb Lemons, 3d to 4deach "VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 5d to 8d Onions, 2|d per lb Cucumbers, 2d to 4d Potatoes, 12s per cwt Carrots, 4d per bunch (Warrnambool) French Beans, 4d per Turnips, 6d per bunch lb Vegetable Marrows, 4d to 6d

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

VICTORIA. ] A" FataS Fb^uc —A very melancholy and fat&F accident occurred on Sunday afternoon, the 4th inst., at the establishment of Mr: Hart, sodawater manufacturer," Smythesdale. We learn -from the GrenvUle Advocate that " a large tub, filled with syrup, at boiling heat, was standing in the manufactory, and two of $!fr. Hart's children, one of them a fine intelligent boy of some three years old, and the other a little girl about nine years of age, having gone into the building unperceived, were sporting about near the tub, when the boy playfully lifted his sister in his arms and held her oyer it, saying he would through her into it. The child struggled to get free, and in so doing dropped out of her brother's arms and fell in the scalding fluid, and was "im mersed in it up to the neck. The boy did his utmost to rescue his sister, and in his endea vour partly fell into the tub himself, getting his arms severely scalded. The screams of the children brought immediate assista...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

■s 'c& s>° C^' r • •" ' •- V- • " •ES IT MEAN ? • 197, OWI IN-TERRAGE. WHERE IS 197 ? /:'v- v '■ ; ■ / •' ■■, 7 ' ... : ' '• Auctioneers, Land Agents, <&c, • - ^ .be;e n and ,waj)e1m t3r LAND AGENTS, -.1' -PO LAND AUGIEtbNEEBS. L A N D ED EEO PEBT IBS, , • ' VALUED.. LANDED PROPERTIES " ' " SURVEYED. PIAJ^S Tiu^isHed ana ^OWSHIPS ilkid OUT. Plans of Townships, Hundreds, ^c., &c' throughout the COLONY alwayB open for i&spec 'tion. ' /'■' '■ . r HOUSES, STORES, LANDS SECTIONS, &c., LET orLEASED. ✓ EXCHANGE > LAND MAST, And Land Offices, King WOliam-streefc. , LAND, loan, • Awb* ~ GENERAL COMMISSION nwrnwa .. *'---■ •'•-t' .. GOVERNMENT ) Pyhase'l macwrdy yth SECTIONS i the liistruijtioiisof "pftrtics <3-6 V iflENME3ST V Purebred and !L&fc on I&ase SECTIONS ] yn$i Ifcglitof Purchase, tr SPECIAL NOTICE. _ G3JEEN & WADW-AIVrS ADVERTIBE MEISfTS appear xb" th6:^EQ-ISTERw "Sews paper on MONDAYS and ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

Shipping. STEAM TO POBTWAiLAEOO AND POET ItJOTSTA. ' - H. Wail), Coimnander, "Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on ; Smuhp&Y, March 11. ■■ 5, . r ,, ■ 25. . The ROYAL SHEPHEEB will, on hi * return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on * ^MUESDAY, March 2. ■ « ■ 1®* si jj 30 ^■ j: b. AUSTisr, ' " Agent, " TyAKmarir 1 ct " J ■ P/1T+. WflllflTAn. FOE WALLAROO. T HK Steamer EAlfGAROO, will leave Adelaide on Thursday, the 16th.. March.. As, this steamer "will trade regularly, every week between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers, "will do well to order their goods by her. ' For freight orjpassage, apply to _ v BEEBY & DUtfSTAN, . Adelaide and Port Adelaide. OR WALLAROO. The fast-sailing and fevourite schooner .v,-.:;J-.,_ ECLIPSE, having nearly all her cargo engaged, , will have, immediate despatch. . , For freight or passage, apply to DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; JOH5T TEO 5 or to CORBLN" LAMB. FOB. LOIfDON FROM WALL...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

CLE ABED. Saturday, March 11—Mandarin, barque, 333 " tons, "W". B. Stephenson, master, for Port Ade laide. Same day—Adelaide, schooner, Coleman, neater, fot Port Adelaide. Monday, March 13—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for Port Augusta. Passengers from Wallaroo—Mr H. J. TTnllj Miss Annie Leslie, Miss Marion Lester, and Mr O. Vernon, in the cabin; and six in the .steerage.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. ■ ARRIVED. Saturday,-March. 11-rrVifailia, brigantine, 1G&. tons, Cooper, master, &om Port Adelaide. Sunday, "March 12—®oyjil Shepherd, si., Ward," master,. from Port-Adelaide.;. Passenger— Mr <3rant,MrHardy, Mr and Mrs Sparkman, Miss Chambers, Mrs Clarion and four jchildren, Mr Edwards, and Mr Nahkervis and son, in the cabin; and six in the steerage from Port Adelaide, and the following Government immigrants per the Queen Bee, from Plymouth, with their: wives and children:—W. H. Trevarron, "Win. LimMt/Thos. Chappell, James Thomas, J. H. Barker, W. H. WilHams, Joseph Treglown, Wm. Treglowo, E. Jones, Bichard Gray, Joseph Cliappell, John Julian, James Penberfhy, James Ellis, Javiel Jane, John Williams, Bichard Chappell, John JohiiB, W. H. Mitchell, Thomas Curnow, Nicholas I Boberts, Bichard Hayes, James Friggins, BichardI Tlayes, William Jacka, W. H. Phoebe, William Bichards, John Barker, John W. PenberQiy, Bichard Treglorm, Samuel Hand, John...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

■ ^ wallAeoo coach —no sea ' SICKNESS. " ; ;■' ' ■B. # OTJNSE V JILL'S Wallaroo Coach leaves JE%T "p&dma 0n Mondays, Wednesdays, and 3Md&yB,;iat;6 a.m.;and Salisbury the same days ©n-arrival of first train from Adelaide. ijpST pleasant and EXPEDITIOUS ^ , : route TO ADELAIDE. ,J»1HEC0ACH leaves-EADlNA^^lil?H9a'; - JL f ;at 7 A.M.,«yery TUESDAY and FRIDAY, meeting the Splendid and- Commodious steamship s ^LEMOtE, arriving in Port Adelaide in time for ite last train for Adelaide, which affords a de - iightfiil trip, avoiding the dust and fetague of the Cverland Journey. • - Passengers residing at Wallaroo Bay, hooking .any time up to 7 P*m- the previous day, at the Clobe Inn, ;wittentiile;tfe morning to a conveyance, starting at 6,a.m. punctually. . Tha ferft fam Wallaroo. 2s,ektra. 11 3 c Public Ilotices. TJ1HOMAS MOYLE, late of the Exchange JL; : Hotel, Ejadina, requests all ACCOUNTS DlJJfi to him to be paid to Mr Daniel Thomas, Kadina, previous to the 1st April next...

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THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

THE SHELTERS'STEIKE. TO THE 'EDITOB OE THE WAUiABQO TIMES. Sm,—I see in Saturday's Times the proceed ings of a public meeting, held by the smelters at the Globe Inn, where Mr Maher states that it was not the action of a gentletnahfor - Mr Toung to tell them that they should go to work under Mr Jones, &c. Well, I ehould say, if they, cannot goto work under hixq, let them go and seek work elsewhere. Thpir late employers do not wish to force them to work against their will. Mr Toung only told them that they could return to their work if, they choose; and for this Mr Maher says that tie is an impediment to the prosperity of the Penin sula. In my opimon, the odium he endeavours to throw on that gentleman, justly belongs to himself and his colleagues on strike. He again says that for his part he will never go to work ' under Mr Jones. Now, it is really amusing to hear him talk so, for it matters hot to Kim if Mr Jones was in the county Tipperary, he would not get work at the Smelt...

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ADELAIDE. Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

ADELAIDE (ebom oub own coeeespondent.) Tuesday, 8 p.m. The Ministry ate reported to be about ten dering their resignation^, the difficulty in con nection. with the appointment of an'Attorney General being considered insuperable. Messrs Hankine and Dunn have been elected for Mount Barker. The first eight of the candidates for the Legislative Council previously sent you have been declared elected, viz. Ayers Morphett, English Magarey . Bonney Angas Tuxford Bagot

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO 30th JANUARY. CONFEDERATE REVERSES. CAPTURE BY FEDERALS OF FORT FISHER. NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE. IGNOMINTOUS DISMISSAL OF GENERAL BUTLER. EXECUTION OF KOHL. FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. FEDERAL STEAMER AT POINT DE GALLE IN SEARCH OF THE SHENANDOAH. FALL IN PRICE OE COPPER REDUCTION OE EUROPEAN ARMAMENTS. DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA. The branch mail steamer from King George's Sound arrived at Glenelg yesterday afternoon. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

A R K I Y A Ii - Y ■ OV TUB " ... . «§=- . . NEWS TO BOth JANUARY. CONFEDERATE REVERSES. CAPTURE BY FEDERALS OF FORT FISHER. NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE. IGrNOMINTOUS DISMISSAL OF GENERAL BUTLER. EXECUTION OF KOHL. FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. FEDERAL STEAMER AT POINT DE GALLE IN SEARCH OF TIIE SHENANDOAH. EALL IN PRICE OE COPPER REDUCTION OE EUROPEAN ARMAMENTS. DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN AUS TRIA AND PRUSSIA. The branch mail steamer from King George's Sound arrived at Glenelg yesterday afternoon. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH (raOM OUB oW COKBESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. The English mailiias arrived, bringing news to January 30. j The Federals have captured Fort Fisher, at | Wilmington, with 72 guns and 2500 men. It resisted on the iirst attack. An explosion | of 210 tons of gunpowder took place. j News from New York to 19th January have arrived. I Peace negotiations are reported to be in ! progress, the Confederates feaving appointed fifteen Commissioners to proceed to the North, while the F...

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