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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
WALLAROO, WED2JESD AY, MARCH 29 We liave a great dislike to be teazedinto anything, and we have quite* an equal dislike to teaze .anyone else into doing that which lie is unwilling to do. 3?or this reason we do not altogether like to write repeatedly on the same subject, or to harp continuallyon one string. Besides, it looks as if we had liothing else to wi^ite about, whereas we have so many subjects that we do not know wMdi ,to tackle" first. "We have had occasion ilaitely more than once to refer to a subject which we Intended ^6 take leave - of for a time, in our allusion last week to the want of a lightship at Tipara Beef. This subject has, however, again been unpleasantly forced upon our notice by the recent accident to the steamer Kangaroo. In another column will be found a full account of the disaster ; and we have no hesitation in saying that it would not have occurred had there been a lightship at the ILeef The accident happened owing to the lights of the township of Moonta ...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (feom ojjb own cobbespostdent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p. McDonald, of Gilbert -River, has found three horses, which M'Kinlay abandoned as knocked up. The intercolonial rifle match with Sydney took place to-day. Twelve riflemen made 1372 points at six ranges. Stark is the highest scorer yet, he having made 132 points. The veritable Christy Min&trels appeared last night at the Haymarket Theatre, Melbourne. They met with great success. A meeting for the advocacy of free trade principles took place in Melbourne yesterday. Upwards of two thousand persons were present, and the~meeting was addressed by influential speakers.
STRANDING OF THE STEAMER KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
STRANDING GF THE STEAMER KANGAROO. On Monday morning, the chief mate of the Kangaroo, with four men, arrived at the jetty in a boat, bringing the intelligence that the steamer Kangaroo had on the previous night grounded on the Walrus rock near the Tipara Reef. The news, as may be imagined, caused much anxiety throughout the district. Mr Nation, the Harbour-Master, immediately started for the locality of the accident, and men were dispatched iu the ship's boat for the purpose of rendering assistance. Captain Orchard had instructed the mate to procure a lighter to lighten the steamer of her cargo, but no such vessel being procurable, the schooner Walrus cast off the jetty and stood off in the direction of the Walrus rock. Tfaesteamer, where she lay, could be plainly seen from the higher parts of the township. In the afternoon, about 4 o'clock, it was observed that she bad shifted her position, and soon it became apparent to the satisfaction of those who were watching her that she was ...
LABOUR MARKET. March 28, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
\ LABOUR MARKET. \ March 28,1865. Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do \ Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, 7s diem j diem Quariymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton. of 21 cwt., 10s. ' Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, j Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, Cartage of stores to. the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., 8s.
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March 17. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, March. 17. BREAD AMJ^IiOTJIk Bread, 4fd to 6d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf 48s per bag 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, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Savages, 6d per lb i per qr DAIRY PRODUCE. j Bacon, Is Od per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per j 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 PISH". Oysters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each j Crabs, 6d to Is per doz ] VEGETABLES. J 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 5*urnips, 6d per bunch lb Vegetable Marrows, 4d to 6d
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
WANTED TO LET, a FO US-ROOMED HOUSE, next door to F. Sparkman and Co., suitable for either a dwelling-house or office. Apply to Gr. N. & W. H. Birks, or office of this paper. We would beg to remind our readers, that; i Saturday, the 1st April, is the commenee\x=req-\ ■ment of another Quarter. Our first Quarter has been one of limited dimen- j sions, being only two months, as we \ commenced on 1st February. We have i every reason to be satisfied with the amount of support we have hitherto obtained, and if our subscribers and advertising friends offer us the same encouragement for the ensuing Quarter, we shall be able to enlarge the paper. We are hoping, also, to make arrcmge\x=req-\ menisfor the publication of an original idle by a local author.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
NEW SOUTH WALES. The SncKiNG-up of the Gukdakoo Mm. by HaCi. amd his Gang.—The S. M. Herald says—The following letter has been politely handed to us for publication :—-** Gundaroo, 5th March, 1865. My dear Bob—I have been stuck-up at last, and lost all my arms without a shot. Of course I shall be laughed at, after lugging them all the way to Sydney and back,,to go and lose ;themin^that way; but that does not trouble me half so much as my own disgust at being caught napping, and so simply. Of course, I never expected to meet the bushrangers in this neighbourhood, so near home. I had placed my rifle among the luggage, and the girls were on it inside the mail. My gun, loaded with cartridge and capped, was by the side of the driver, covered with mf coat. When we came to the foot of the gap leading off Lake George I said I would walk up, levying my gun on the box seat, not thinkingit worth while to carryitup that hill. I haWMearly reached the top, and was about 10 yards in front of the m...
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, March 28. Deals, 9x3 ... ... 0 0 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each, cut 0 0 0| Ditto, 11 x 8, solid 0 0 8£ Ditto, ditto, sawn each, cut 0 0 Of Battens, 7x3, solid ... 0 0 5 Ditt-o, ditto, each cut .;. 0 0 0| Cedar Board,1 per foot super 0 0 7 Flooring Boards, T & Gr, 6 x 18 0 0 2i Stringy Bark, 3x2, lid, per 100 ... ... ... 0 10 0 Ditto, 4x3 ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 6x1, l£d .... 0 12 0 Ditto, 6x6 ... ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 9 x 9 ... ... — Palings, 5 feet, Launeeston 1 4 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, 1000 ... 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto ... 1 5 0 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 0 Boman ... 1 0 0 Bricks, at tile kiln ... 350 CoRBUGATED Ieon, ^ ton, 33s to 40s Zorc, ^ cwt, 40s lime, per bushel, 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
.:C . Bra^piea^^fec, „ ■,::1:; ev d e gar i s, BBHiDEE, CONTRA.CTOB, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER, " PbUT ^AIjLA^ , RETURNS his sincere thanks to his friends and the public in general of Wallaroo and its vicinity, for the patronage he has Teeeived since he has been In business, and begs respect\x=req-\ fullv to assure them that no effort shall be wanting on his part in the endeavour to merit for the,, fixture a continuance of the support which hitherto has been so liberally accorded to him. In the GEN R A L STORE will bn found GrEOCEEIES of every description; and of the - FINEST QUALITY. The . D R A P E R Y DEPARTMENT contains a choice and Tailed assortment of almost eveiy kind of article in connection with the Trade, and of the NEWEST and MO&T RECHERCHE . PATTERNS and DESIGNS for I/adies, Gentlemen, and Children. ■ FIVE PEE CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH! In the ; BUILDING DEPARTMENT 8 an extensive Stock of TIMBER, comprising— 'HARDWOOD (just imported from, the f River Don) BAlTrC'TBDS...
RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH.' The Richmond Whig-oi December the 20th had a most minute calculation of the resources of the South in white men, and showed to its own satisfaction on paper that the South has still 692,795 fighting white men, and that its army in the field should consist of 461,864 white men. at least. It is pleasant to know on; 'paper, to a man exactly what number the President ought to have, and the Richmond editor must have felt great satisfaction in numbering up the last four of that large number. Unfortunately, however, his inference is bad, for after getting at the niim\x=req-\ ber of males of the right age in his own way, hie deducts only 10 per cent, for " disability and other causes," which must be vastly under the mark. The most gigantic effort ever made in Europe was made by France under the Convention, when she put about one twenty-fifth of her population under arms. This calculation makes the number available about one-sixth of the Confederate people. But we ar...
FENIANISM IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
FENIANISM IN AMERICA. The following is an extract from a letter in the Times, signed " Henry Bitz Herbert," and dated Springfield, MassachusettsTo-day the Fenians are in the most active state of progression. Every. Irishman who can read and write, and who has no property at stake,, is an4 organiser' among the Fenians, and lodges are Springing up with incredible rapidity. In their published documents the Fenians state their object to be simply to restore Ireland * to an independent position^ such as it was before the union with England • and Sa>tland^ but in their daily, conversation they talk of the entire independence of Ireland, and this object they seek to ^accomplish through their secret organisation, either by involving GreatBritan and the Northen States in war, or by lighting the 1 fires of revolt in. Ireland itself. An active correspondence is kept up with the discontented in Ireland; the poorest labourer here subscribes his dollar* towards the general fund, and arms are b...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS." (FEOM OTTB OWS COEEESrONDENT.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. Parliament opened to-day., All the members of tlie Legislative Council were present. Captain Bagot moved, and Mi- Everard seconded, that Mr Morphett be iFresi\x=req-\ dent, which, after some expressions of dissent from Mr Baker and: Mr 'Daven.-port, was carried. • • "v The Governor attended at .3 o'clock* and read tlie opening sp.©BclL._ , ■ „ Tfi the House of Assembly ; ail the members, except Messrs Gtlyde, Grorddn,"* and Biddoch, were present. On the motion of seconded by; .Mr. J)ufEeldyMr GL..&^ was unanimously - elected Mr Tiuiimei? resi^^-ak&i&epetitiora relatiyfe tfcb %;ere ^efe^^Vy^g',, ,C' tlie .Cdtirf?; returns. yaidoiisC^inmiM^^ and ol&er routine business The House ^adjourned next, _ ' 'J*
INAUGURATION OF THE WALLAROO AND MOONTA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
INAUGURATION OF THE WALLAROO AND MOONTA RAILWAY. The turning of the first sod of the Wallaroo and Moonta Railway took place on Wednesday afternoon, about half way between France and Serle's Brewery and Sunnyside. A flagstaff, surmounted by the Union Jack, pointed out the spot near which the ceremony was. to j be performed. At the appointed hour of 2 o'clock, about a;; hundred persons had assembled, including' gentlemen from Adelaide, Kadina, and Moonta. Among those present were Mr and Mrs G. D. Young, Mr and Mrs Duncan, Mr! and Mrs Ha5 ; Drs Chambers, Meredith and, Horton; ^Messrs Geo. Green, W. R. Wigley; Captains Hancock, Dunstan, East, and Roach'; Messrs Geo. Young (Chairman of the Railway Board), James Walsh (one of the Directors), G. E. Hamilton (Engineer), Wm.Grant (Contractor) J. B. Austin (Manager), Milsom, Morris, and others. Near the flagstaff were placed a navvy's wheelbarrow, newly painted blue, and a shovel. The turning of the sod was an honour that Mr George Young had ...
COPPER AND COPPER SMELTING. (From the Mining Journal, Dec. 31.). [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
COPPER MfD COPPER SMELTING. Notes fbom xiscinjbks by Dr beectj ax. the *.v hoyai, School os Mimes.> ' fFrom the Mining Journal, Dec. SI.). • Copper is a metal of great antiquity, and the date of its discovery entirely iinknown to j us,- Some account of the nearly history of this metal would hie most interesting, but we are ^without such information; we must; theft,; leave the consideration of its past history to the antiquarian, and take copper in the various forms in which Nature presents it to ib, and tri.ce the means bywhich themetal is extracted from its mineralised compounds^ and rendered available for the purposes of the artificer. . The1 metallurgical history of a metal is properly preceded by an account of its pro perties, aud the &lt;&emical reactions and changes which it undergoes when exposed to the action of other elementary bodies at high tempera-^ tures. • Dr Percy thus commenced the subject of copper, and-spoke first of those compounds of copper and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
£BINCE OF WALES HOTEL, ,' . " . MOGNTA. ' "■■ • WifiEKS returns hia thanks to title people of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the -liberal- patronage they have accorded him, said hopes, by continuing to keep nothing but the best drinks, to merit » continuance of iheir favours. $LB.—The best accominodation for. travellersj also, good Stablihg and Stockyards. . M. WEEKS, '■■"'■■■ 1-2-52.Proprietor. •T. MOTEE begs to inform Mb friends and the public generally, that he has taken the EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately occupied by Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes by strict attention to business, and a supply of the best Liquors, to receive a continued share of support. ' • " .N.B.^-G*ood Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. V. MOYLE, 4-2-c KADINA. J E X D B I D G E • (Late Landlord of the Junction Hotel Wobth-Eoad), PRINCE OF WAKES HOTEL, PORT WALLAROO, 8-2-c WHITE LION INN, KADI If A. " : : —- # J W. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in the district that he has take...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
SAILED. Mar. 29—Fort Regent, ship, for Swansea. 30—Harwich, ship, for Swansea. 30—Adelaide, schooner, for Port Adelaide 30—Walrus, schooner, for the Don. 30—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for $ort Adelaide. 30—Kangaroo, s.s., for Port Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
We would begremind our readers that Saturday, the ls£ April, is the conimencer merit of another Quarter. Our first Quarter has been one of limited dimensions, being only two mortihs,as we commenced on ls£ February. We have every reason to be satisfied with the amount of support we have hitherto obtained^ and if our subscribers and \ advertising friends offerrus the same encouragement for the ensuing Quarter, we shall be able to enlarge the paper. We are hoping, also, to make arrangements for the publication of an original tale by a local author. Subscription, 6s. per Quarter. \
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. - Several passengers sailed in tie Harwich for Swansea.'A complete list of their names has not come to hand, but a portion of it we publish as followsMessrs, Sinclair (2) and Allen, Mrs Skinner and Wo children. Mr and MrsHemyand child. The discharging of the cargo of the Xangaroo ^finished on Wednesday night, and on the following day the steamer was hauled to the beach opposite the Smelting Works. Active measures were taken to discover the leak, which was eventually found to be abaft the mainmast in the garboard streak' on the starboard side, and consisted of two holes, one of which was large enough for a man's fist to go through. A piece of rock was stuck fast in one . of the holes, «nd in the other a blubber fish and a quantify of sea weed. On removing these the water rushed into the hold with great force and volume, and it was quite apparent that had not the holes been so fortunately plugged, the steamer must have gone to the bottom. It was also found that...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. BUCK V. CAREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865
LOCAL COURT—KADINA . :. _ _; ■. ■rfi^',": .•' .• j -^: .x^^cwe.' ^ k -. J ■: ■ t,tmttkt> atji^dlctiok^ctyti^ :-il l * bpck t. Cabbt. • • -.. " - : Claim for £& 15s for board lodging. Adjourned by consent. 'Wmmmos v. Iter" - — For £2 3s 6d, dispated claim.^. W illiamson did not appear, and the case 'was Bfouek ottt,%f*ifch costs.. ' v;;.> 'ir^r CEMENAIi JITB1BBICTION. \ V — ElMnwas charged m^ ;desei^g ,hi8 "wife. The Information "was dismissed! William Jenkins was charged with a Jnon-com\x=req-\ pliance a Magistrates Order :^o «upport . hi& "wife and child, and was ordered to be * imprisoned until the amount of £2 due was jpaid. John. Monro, was charged with. having in his possession 15s 6d, which was reasonably suspected to have been stolen,orrui^wfuHy obtained. This was an adjourned case from the Police Court, "Wallaroo. After hearing evidence, the, Magistrate reserved judgment.