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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
Shipping. . 8TEAM 3?Q PORT WAT,T,AROO AND rii, POET AUGUSTA. Screw - Steamship BOEAL SHEPHERD, H. Wabd/Commander, WiE leave jPort Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port ^ugiista, ori:: " ; '.-Vif- ■ 'jaJ^i^EUKKX; - -XXi '■ 33ie SOYAL SHEPHERD "will, on fcwr return trip,ieaye Port. Augusta, for Wallaroo "and Port. Y'^V ' ' THURSDAY, March 2. « » 16- "| . ,, 30. . - j J. B. AUSTIN, ! ■ Agent, ] February 1st. Port Wallaroo. FOE POET ADELAIDE. HE Steamer KANGAROO, will leaveWallarooon or about Monday, the 20th. Jlis this steamer will trade regularly eveiy week between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers 3fpill;do well to order their goods by her. ' • For freight or passage, apply to 1 W. C. ELAND, agent, • " Wallaroo. OE WAI/LAEOO.—The fast-sailing and 'favourite schooner ECLIPSE, having nearly jail her cargo engaged, will have For freight or passage, apply to ; DAVID BOWEE, Agent, Wallaroo ; : v , . JOHN YEO ; or to COEBINLAMB. WAIiLAEOO.—The ,J- new clipper schooner C. Heath, maBter3 "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
$ V rf* ■ m 197, OWN-TEltRACl. ;« WHAT DOES IT MEAN ? WHE&E IS im? Auctioneers, Land/Agents,&e. R E E S" A N D WA^3> H Alt- /' fjr LAM) AX3-ENTS, AND LAND AUCTIONEERS. ' : / ' I1NDE D'' V ' VALUED. LANDED PROPERTIES ■'•/ SURVEYED. V.7:,'. ' PLANS Furnished and TOWNSHIPS LAID ; OUT. Plans of Townships,' Hundreds, &c.,' &c , throughout Hie COLONY always 6j^n for inspec tion. ' — ■ - % HOUSES, STORES, LANDS . SECTION &C-, "LET' or ^LE;ASlBi):\: EXCHANGE ''' ■ ' L ANi>&lt;;'^aL^;T,Vv". "•&lt;! And Land Offices, Eing Williaitt-streefc. . . LAOTyLOAfc '■ tASD v :k GENERAL -COMMISSION . ~ OEFICES. GOVERNMENT ) . awfiTTftisrsi ( , the m&Vuctiqns of p&rli£9^ . sBCTKMsrs j ; GOVERNMENT ) Purchased and Lefc pn Lease SECTIONS j with Right of Pi^hase.. . SPECIAL^ NOTICE. ^ GREEN & WADHAM'S ADVERTISE MENTS. appear in the " REGrlSTER" News paper on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and in' the "OBSERVER" ofSaturday. '■■■>...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18. The subject of postal communication "with the metropolis is a matter of great importance to this district.. We have already referred to the subject, and are induced to do so again in consequence of a rumour which has come to our know ledge. Our readers are probably aware that the mails from Kadina to Wallaroo, including those from Adelaide and Moonta, are carried by tlie Railway Com-, pany. For some months past, to suit the public convenience, the last truck has Eadina for "Wallaroo at 7 p.m., except on those evenings when the mail from Ade laide is due, on which occasions the truck remains until the mail arrives, unless it should be too late for delivery the same night at "Wallaroo. We are informed that, the Postmaster-Greneral has recently sent up instructions for the mails to leave Kadina every evening at 6 p.m. Unless, therefore, the Adelaide mails reach Kadina before 6 o'clock—which they almost never do — the inhabitants of Wallaroo Bay must either...
A WORD TO THE MEN ON STRIKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
A WORD TO THE MEN OJF STRIKE. TO -THE EDITOR CfE THE "WAXLABOO TIMES. Sib,—A good deal has been said about the smelters* strike and the oppression of the Smelting Company, but -on the whole lam inclined to think that the smelters themselves are very oppressive. It is well known that the spirited gentlemen who invested in round numberb . £40,000 for building ; the smelting works here expected to be fairly dealtj with by the public, or they would not have gone j to such an enormous outlay, as they well knew it was purely-a speculation, which few in the colony would embark in; and I, for one, say that ail praise is due to them. When the proprietors desired to reduce the rate,of charges by 6d, I have iio doubt they had a just cause, but finding the • men would not consent to those terms they, rather than liave the works stopped, agreed to give the previous price. Now, I consider in all fairness, if a majority of the men would not go to work on those terms, they had no right to prevent w...
ADELAIDE GOSSIP. March 16, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
A D EliAID B G.O S SI P. My first piece of news to you thisweeVis Jtlifc , resignation of the Bpired this morning. The 43*>verninent had solicited both Mr Aii&eTO ^ fo; take the position of Atfemey-Q^i^ral, each positively declined. : only other barrister connected Parliament, has not been ofibred.fhe post -of honour, but even if lie had! am pretty confident lib would have scornfoUy refused it. Feeling,. therefore, thatthe diificultyof their situation was insurmountable, the Hon^JlI. Aye3ffi ^d his &lt;»^ leagues tendered^ ^ir ^^esigimtatm :to;Su~f3xteel-? Leney ^etfo^nort&isiiiorm^ Seiir, recommend ^yone i» w^m■ nations, and immediately sent for the Honi T. Reynolds, who undertook life task; of forming a new^Mmistry. What success he fias met with I&lt; have not yet heard. Messrs Andrews, Stow and Wearing (Crown Solicitor) have "been "appointed Queen's Counsel bv G^a&ttejciQfthsset issued this day, and consequently they, take ^precedence ov...
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March 17. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
wallaroo prices current. : ' Wallaroo, March 17. 3 EE AD Aim 3?Xi0UR. Bread, 4£d to 6d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf ' 48s per bag BUTCHEB MEAT. Bee£,-4d to 6d per lb Pork,-6d to 9d per lb Mutton, 4d to6dper lb Veal, 6d to 9d per lb Lamb, 3s 6d to 4s6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr' DAIBY PSODTTCE. Bacon, Is Od per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh, Os Od lb J)o, salt, Is 3d Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is per. Milk, 8d per quart lb - • • - "Ducks, 8s per pair 30o, English, Is 6d do Fowls, 5s do r ' Eggs, —s per doz . ' . . FISH. . Oysters, Is per .doz Fisli, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles/Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to Is per doz , .. ■! ' ;'r c;- ' • rum?. ; Almonds, dried, 9d Peaches, 3d per lb Apples,-2Jd- - Plums,- 6d per-qt Apricots, none Pears, 2|d per?lb~: Grapes, I&d'Bd per lb Lemons, 3d to 4(1 each pabbages, Sd&lt;fc§d > Onions,. 2Jd per lb Cucumbers,'2d to 4d Potatoes, 12s per cwt Carrots, -4d per -bunch - - (Warrnambool)...
COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
COMMERCIAL. Waijqaboo Times Office, Friday Evening. The expected commencement of the Wallaroo and Moonta Railway, and the consequent demand for labour the work -will create, have materially improved the prospects of trade in the district. Chaff is advancing in price. A cargo of timber, which arrived from the Don yesterday, consigned to. Mr Bower, was sent on to Port Augusta, the article being less wanted at; the present time in Wallaroo than at the former ^ place. • •' -: * j Barley, 6s 6d; oats, 7a; pollard, 2s 2d; bran, | Is lid to 2s; chaff, 9s to 9s 6d. I
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
TSTTTT/nTira MATKRTATiS. 1 v- - ' Wallaroo, March 1*7. ] ' -"3)eaIsJ-9j:x'3 :. s .v... • 0 O 7 Ditto, 8awn,«xtra each cut 0 0 0§ 3>itto, 1J. x$, solid : ... 0 0.. 8£ * .. • Ditto, ditto^ jBaWn each cut 0 0. Battens,' 7cc 3, solid ... :O 0 4 Vj f:-Ditto, ditto,^eacl^cuif ... 0 0 0£ ... ^.^.^edw-Boaa^'^iv^ddt super I.:. N Mooring Boards, T & G, 6 x 18 0'* 0 . 2| Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, lid, per 100 . ... ... 0 12 0 Ditto, 4 x3 ,• - - J Ditto, 6 x 1, l^d Ditto, 6x6 Ditto, 9 x-9 . Palings, 5 feet, Xiauneeston. 1. 8 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 1 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, &lt;$■ 1000 ... 1 0 -0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto ... - 1 5 0 Cement Bbicks, at tlie kiln - ... 3 5 0 COBBTTGATED ISO*?, ^ ton Zmc} ^ cwt
LABOUR MARKET. Wallaroo, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 March 1865
" i^OUB'MAilKET. - ^ • - Wallaroo, March. 17. Miners, 45s^fc^reek ■: Labourers, 7s diem Caipsiiters, lis ^ diem QuMrymen, 8s do "Masons,. 12s do. Lumpers, 8s do Female domestic servants very scarce. There is at pre^nt ji^ejaarid employed in tie mnnotget^pflds,^^s^rdgpbdjQlasmuBt^rait for^i itamje;i53j^ftv^^3^»e moreplenfciful, Lsoiaany being idlptbrpugh thestrike. ,The Moonta Mining Gotiapany are paying JLOa per ton jrf'21: cwfc^bf sore for jcartage jfcpm&lt; rthe mines to theport j jrefcurn stores, 10s per ton of 20 cwt. ,
ELECTION OF MEMBERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
ELECTION OF MEMBERS FOB !J^ iblSTBICT ! OF POBT ADELAIDE Hie tion with the election of |rict passed off in a remarkably Kgui Inthe general aspect of affaii%,J ' wasirat little to Vindicate tha^ an .public was drawn tojffie fact by numerous placards of all sizes and colours, setting forth: in ei^cdQiie^ripg style ihe merits ana demerits 1 of1 the various candidates, and -calling upon; -the eiector4.)t9 to t|^e poll jjb4? vote . the respective favourites of the people. The_ polling took place, on the 1st March, in the tooinused as a Court-House in the Globe Hotels : The Committee of the several candidates were busily employed during the time of voting in "canvassing for yotesl Mr Bower's Committee exerted themselves; most inde ' fatigably, and' their .eS&ertions were so - well .seconded, that every voter on the roil was broijghtto thjb poll. Voting terminated at fct the usual hour, and the ballot-boxes, in charge/of MrGraham were taken to Kzdina. ? t The polling at Kadina was ...
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
Theielections generally passed off in ftn. ordedy Tbetme most keenly representation of tine district of Victoria, which unex pectedly resulted; in the defeat of the Boil Ei li St0w, Attorney-&enciral, by majority offouirvotes. * The rejection'of Mr Stow has had the effect of upsetting the Ministry. Of the three lawyers • in>^ the« Houses-Messrs Andrews, Boucaut, and StrangwayB— neither Mr cAndpaws nor Mr Boucaut could be induced to accept the office ; of Attorney-Gneneral, and Mr Strangways was not asked. Even if he had been asked, the result would probably have been the same, for it is said he would not ■7 ■ ¥ have consented to take the office under the Hart Ministry. No Attorney-General, therefore, being forthcoming, the Ministry resigned, and Mr Reynolds was thereupon entrusted by his Excellency with the task of forming an Administration.; The election of eight gentlemen to fill the vacancies in the Legislative Council, caused by the retirement of an equal number throu...
SUMMARY FOR THE MARCH MAIL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
' FOR THE MA I? Of! MAIL. Wallaroo Times Office, Tuesday,Marcli 21. The past month, without haying pro duced anything of an exciting character except the elections, has been by no means barren of incident, or wanting in matters of pubKc importance. ' The English Tna.il arrived on the 14th inst., and the news being telegraphed from Adelaide, appeared in our columns the following morning. The election of members to serve in both Houses of the Legislature have terminated for the most part satisfac torily, and especially so as regards this district, which has now a strictly local representative in the person of Mr David Bower. On the whole we think the pre sent Parliament may fairly be considered an improvement on the last. It is remark able that out of &lt;the thirty-six members of the House of Assembly three only belong ip Oke legal profession. This has caused some difficulty already in the selection of an Attorney-General, and we think it not unlikely that the difficulty now ...
LABOUR MARKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
LABOUS MARKET. TO THE EDITOB OF tttr WAIlLABOO TIMES. Sik,-—Would you be kind enough to inform the public where those high wages (which you quoted in. your Labour Market of the 18th inst.) of *12s for masons, and 14s for plasterers, afte to be obtained, I for one, although connected with the trade, am not aware of any employer on the Peninsula who —I am, Sir, &c., , A MASON. LWe regret tliat our quotations were iriporfcect., A. corrected' list appears in. dur present -Ed.-W, #Vj -"
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
MINING. During the past month the mining interest ' of the Peninsula has made satisfactory pro gress. The " big mines" have tamed out their usual quantum of ore; and we are . informed the number of hands, including boys, now employed on the Moonta, is no less than 1000, while half that number are employed on the "Wallaroo Mines. About; 3000 tons of ore hare been, or are in course! of being shipped from these two mines during the month. But for the smelters' strike, these ores would for the most part, if not entirely, have been smelted at Wallaroo. The engine recently purchased for the Kar karilla mine is in course of delivery at this port, and when it is erected, we Jiave no doubt Obtain Warren will be able to give a good aacount of the mine. Indeed he can do this now, but great results are anticipated, after the engine is &ked. The Yelta Mine is doing Very well. We hear of an improvement in Hancock's lode, anfl understand the rest of the mine is looking veiy promising. The ...
ORIGINAL SWINDLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865
ORIGINAL SWINDLE CASE. Shrewsbury has been the scene of a swindle so original in inception, and so bold in the carrying out, as to claim a special page in the annals of crime. The other night a quiet looking Welshman called in at the pc lice office, and asked for the assistance of one of the men in order, to effect the capture of a thief whom he was in search of, and who had just taken up hife quarters in the town. The applicant introduced himself as4'John Morgan, of Carmarthen borough police force," and produced a warrant, duly signed, for the apprehension of a man charged with stealing a gold watch, ring, chain, and other articles, from au hotel in Carmarthen An officer was accordingly placed at his command, and the two men went to the Raven Hotel and took into custody a gentleman who was staying there, and whom Morgan pointed out as the party 44 wanted." The prisoner was searched and a gold watch, chain, and ring, .which he wore, were at once recognised by the Car marthen policem...