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

Mr I&vido, in another part of the paper, adver tises that he has on sale a lot of prime salt butter. This article has; we are ihforaed, been Exceeding scarce in the xnsu^^ And parties, therefore* may be glad to be told thata limited quantity is now on sale in the township.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

MINING-. We are going ahead in our mining affairs. There are now seven sorting mines on the Pen insula, nearly all of which may be. said to be pay ing mines—namely, the Moonfca, Wallaroo, Ifew Cornwall, Yelta, Karkarilla, Kurilla, and South Wallaroo. The Moonta is probably the richest copper mine in the world, standing almost unrivalled for the extent and richness of its mineral deposits,, We believe the monthly produce of ore varies from 1500 to 1800 tons, worth at least 20 percent of pure copper. On a recent visit we observed a considerable pile of malleable copper in bags, esti mated to contain at least 30 tons. Very rich black ore is also being raised from the mine, besides sulphides and carbonates of various per centages. Next in importance "stands the Wallaroo Mine, near Kadina, the. quantity of ore raised , from which nearly equals that from the Moonta, but the quality is inferior by 5 to 7 per cent. A large accession of strength has lately been received at this mine, sixty m...

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

We see by our advertising columns that the first sale of agricultural - land on. the Peninsula will take place at Hie Land Office, Adelaide, on

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

MATT, NOTICES. Mails close— WAX.'LAEOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadvna and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. KADINA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a.m. For Wallaroo, evexy day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m. MOONTA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Eadina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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THE SMELTERS' MEETING TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 March 1865

1 . . . . ; " ■ - - -"*1 THE SMW/TERS' M^F/TINTi. TO THE 3£DJTOB OF TH33 WAIiABOO TIMES. Sib,—On the day of the above-named meet- i ing it was currently reported and believed that i the Wallaroo Smelting Company had, at the j commencement of the late attempt at a settle- ; ment, led the men on strike to believe that j :Mr Jones would be superseded; and at the! iS&t moment turned round and said that the men must go to work cheerfully under Mr Jones: on which supposed act of tergiversa tion I commented in terms not veiy favourable to. the Company*. Since then, however, I have been assured by the Company's Manager, Mr G. D. Young, that such a promise was neither made nor authorised by either himself or the Company, and as I have no desire to do either the Com pany or Mr Young aninjustice,! feel bound to make Mr Young's denial public. That the men were acting throughout under the im pression that they were to go to work under some other officer than Mr Joiies is very cer-5 tain,...

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

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. Ome of the most important subjects demanding attention from the Govern ment of a new country is tlie provision for safe and rapid communication with every part of its territory. Hence the survey and formation of roads has always been considered as a matter of the first i importance, especially in our colonies, where their prosperity depends so much on the progress of discovery and settle ment of the interior. There has seldom been more grumbling against the "powers that be " en any subject than on that of bad roads; and seldom have feelings of jealousy been stronger between neigh bouring districts than those -engendered by some real or imaginary advantage given to one over the others by the supe riority of its means of communication by the highways traversing the country. | The Government of this colony have! sustained their full share of grumbling on this score, and have often been sorely perplexed as to how to deal with the upon; their notice. ' That...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

Business Notices. NEW FUEMTUBE MART, WAIiLAROO BAY. CH AE IBS COIiTM A N, CARPENTER, JOINER, AND ; ITNDEETAKEK, In'returniiig thanJEs for the liberal support be has received since 1861, begs to announce that in addition to the above, lie "has opened a New and Commodious SHOP for the sale of all kinds of useful and ornamental Household Furniture, ■which he is determined to sell at the Lowest Remunerative Prices for cash, and respectfully; solicits the fiirther patronage and support of the inhabitants of "Wallaroo and vicinity. FUN JfiBAIS as heretofore, at fixed charges. Opposite Whitford's New Corn Store, ARCHER-STEEET. 4 3c THOMAS JOBDA3ST, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, PORT WALLAROO, BEGS to announce to his numerous customers of the above place and the surrounding districts of "Forte's Peninsula, that he has just received an excellent assortment of English and Foreign GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, com- j prising— - j G-old Keyless .Watches, Gold and Silver Patent I Lever Watches, both Ladie...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. A fearful loss Has .occuredin the St George Channel,by the foundering of the ship Float ing Light, bound from Bombay to Liverpool with a cargo valued at upwards of £200,000. The crew, consisting of between 30 and; forty men, was all lost. A very sad accident happened in a new pit at the Leeswood Green Colliery, near Mold, Flintshire. Over a hundred, men were em ployed in the pit, when suddenly there was . an irruption of water frtim an old colliery, and eight men and one horse were drowned. Copper-—Tough cake, per ton, £92 ; tile, £92; Burra, £90 to <£92; foreign, £87 to £90. At the half-yearly general meeting of this Kapunda Mining Company (Limited) held at the London Tavern, Mr S.: Bagot, who pre sided, said that during the first nine motfths of 1864 there were raised 2,508 tons of copper . ore, of an average produce of nearly 18 per cent.^ which produced 448 tons of copper, while during the same period of 1863 there were raised 2,558 tons of ore, of an a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

It is a common trick of one of the American conjurors to make his wife suddenly disappear from the eyes of the spectators. Jabus says if he could teach to other husbands this trick of making wives disappear he would have a fair opening of a fortune.

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MR. SPURGEON'S TABERNACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

MR. SPURGEON'S TABERNACLE. Mr Spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle will hold alarger audience than the largest theatre, and is every Sunday crowded to the doors. It will hold 5,500 people seated, and 6,500 when crammed. Mr. Spurgeon's Church now com prises nearly 3,000 members. Of these 47 have become Christian ministers, 7 city mis sionaries, and 3 Bible women; he has 10 dea cons and 23 elders, the duty of the latter being to attend to spiritual affairs exclusively. Connected with the Church is a Pastor's Col lege, in which some 83 students are at present being educated, and which is supported by the contributions of his friends and followers. Something like £20 a week is' subscribed for this object by the weekly offering system. Each of Mr Spurgeon's Sunday sermons is taken down in shorthand and printed, and every Thursday some 20,000 are circulated ■over the length and breadth of the land. He besides issues occasional tracts, and his sermon on Baptismal Regeneration hasshad a sale ...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

CEEABED. "Wednesday, March 15—Eclair, schooner, Wills, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Cynthia, schooner, Heath, master, forrPori-Adelaide. Same day—Omeo, schooner, for Louth Bay. Cargo—-Pari; of oi^nal <argo.fi»m Adelaide. Friday," March 17—Boyal Shepherd,- s.s., for Same (day—Annie Beaton, schooner, 100 tons, Griffiths, -master, for Port-Augusta. Cargo—Ori gitial cargo from the Don. %

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TOTAL DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF THE THEATRE-ROYAL, EDINBURGH. LOSS OF SIX LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

TOTAL DESTRUCTION BY FIRE OF THE THEATRE-ROYAL, EDINBURGH. LOSS OF SIX LIVES. The Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh, was on Friday, January 13, burned to the ground; and six lives were lost in the efforts made to subdue the flames, or prevent their spreading. The fire, so" far fortunately, broke out in the afternoon; had it .occurred later in the evening—the house being generally crowded at this pantomime season—we should probably .have had to record a much more fearful amount of fatality. But even the limited loss is mournful enough. The sad list includes the name of a highly estimable and much re spected citizen, Mr George Lorimer, who occupied the office of Lord Dean of Guild. Mr Lorhner's life was sacrificed in a generous effort to save another from the terrible fate which overtook both ; and which, indeed, in volved all the six persons who were killed on the occasion. Mr Lorimer, a man of warm feeling and active temperament, endeavouring to rescue a workman from most imminent danger, im...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Annie Beaton, irom the Don— 25,000 feet timber, 34,000jjalings, D. Bower.

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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT AT DUNDEE. TWENTY PERSONS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT AT DUNDEE. Twenty Persons Kiixed. A frightful accident occurred at Dundee on Monday; evening, January 16. The melan choly occurrence took place at Bell-street Hall, a large concert room situated immediately below die United Presbyterian Church (of which the ifcev. Mr Borwich is the pastor), in Bell-street, Constitution-road. The hall is well-known in Dundee in connection with certain concerts and other entertainments given in the place from time to time by Mr Sprihgthorpe. The hall is badly constructed, so far as regards the public safety, the chief access being very dangerous. Entrance to the hair is gained by a broad flight of stairs leading down ffOm Bell-street into the large area beneath the church. The top of the stairs isjguarded by an iron gate, and as this opens inward'it is not difficult to understand; the danger that must arise from a great pressure without. On Monday evening a veiy large crowd of people assembled at the gate desirous of obtaining admis...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

EXPGBTS. Cargo of the Cynthia, for Port Adelaide—44 tons jebpper ore,Matta Mining Company. Cargo of the Eclair, for Port Adelaide—25 tons copper ore, Kurilla Mining Company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

Sales "by Auction. , l ^ATOi®AlT, mE€H 25. SALE OE HORSES. ' AT MB PARKER'S, BAGOT-STREET. DANIEL THOMAS will sell by auction, . jjPJL / as above, on Saturday, March 25, at .12 o'clock— : 2 Bay MARES . 1 Waggon, Crimp's make, nearly new ALSO, , - Aquaaatity of Harness.' ' ~ Tope seen at the above place until day of sale. Public Jfotices. WALLAROO INSTITUTE. jk ' PUBLIC MEETING- of the Subscribers 2^ /will be held in the INSTITUTE READ iJ^h/EOOM, on WEDNESDAY EVENING-, ~22nd: March, 1865. - 1 Chair to be taken at half-past 7. GAVIN D. YOUNG, Vice President. ; Fj SPMKMAN, Hon. Secretary. Wallaroo, March 17,1865. 18 3 15 • -• ?r MOONTA, A GENT for the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN A. INSURANCE COMPANY, D. W. MELYIN, 15 3 15 Post-Office Store. fWIHOMAS MOYLE, late of the Exchange 3£adina» requests all ACCOUNTS . DUE to him to be paid to Mr Daniel Thomas, • Eadina, previous to the 1st April next, as all accounts not then paid will be placed in the hands • of his solicitor. II3 17 I. wii.T.TAM SMITH, ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

SAILED. Thursday, March 16—Cynthia, schooner, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Eclair, schooner,-for Port Adelaide. Same day—Omeo, schooner, for Louth Bay. Friday, March 17—Royal Shepherd, e.g., for Port Adelaide. Same day—Annie Beaton, schooner, for Port Augusta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

Tenders. TENDERS WANTED for the various Works to be done oil the Wallaroo and Moonta Railway (labour only), viz., Catting, Embanking, Ballasting, Plate-laying, &c. To be let in whole or in sections. Particulars can be obtained from j WM. GRANT, Contractor, Wallaroo. | The lowest or any tender not necessarily , accepted. ~ | March 14, 1865. NOTICE. TO CARTERS, BUSHMEN, &c. TENDERS required for the DELIVERY at WALLAROO, of 10,000 PIECES of NATIVE PINE TIMBER, suitable for Sleepers for the Wallaroo and Moonta Railway, in quanti ties not less than'1000. For particulars, apply TO CONTRACTORS. 1EI\ BEHS will be received until MONDAY" 2Cth instant, for BUILDING- a WATER TANK at Moonta. Plans and specification may be inspected at the office of the undersigned^ to whom. Tenders are to be addressed j and at Mr Matthew Weelis's, Moonta. to * March 13,1865. WM. GRANT, Contractor, Wallaroo. 15 3 16 D. GARLICK, Architect^ Gresham-cliambers, •„ Adelaide. WANTED, TENDERS, untfl 1st ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

MISCEi&AlTEOTJS SIUPPHrG. ! The Annie Beaton arrived on Friday morning from the River Don, with timber, consigned to Mr D. Bower. As. the Walrus, also laden with timber for this port, had sailed from the Don prior to the departure of the Annie Beaton—and may therefore be hourly expected—Mr Bower instructed the master of the latter vessel to pro ceed with :Ms cargo to Port Augusta, where at present .timber is more in demand than at this place. The Annie Beaton, after a detention here of only three hours, sailed for Port Augusta.

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865

NEWS BY THE MAIL. AMERICA. The American news is important, although it may be comprised in brief space. Sherman has taken Savannah, and is now in quiet and undisturbed occupation of the city. He was able to write from Savannah on the 22nd December to offer a good Christmas present | to Mr Lincoln But be captured no troops. General Hardee marched out some time before i Sherman marched in and he could not be overtaken. Sherman captured, however, 150 guns, a large quantity of ammunition, and about 25,000 bales of cotton, the value of which is estimated at about two millions sterling. The accounts we have now received of his progress through Georgia contradict all the rumours wich had been set afloat and given currency to in the New York correspondence and the editorial comments of the Times. This | journal said that if' Sherman ever reached Savannah, it would be with the loss of half j his troops, and that in all probability his difficulty when he got there would be to save himself. In...

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