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LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., G. D. Young. and James Duncan, Esqs.) CIVIL SIDE. DOODY v. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

LOCAL COURT—KADINA Wednesday, Apeil 5. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., GL D. * Youner. and James Duncan, Esas.'i civil side. Dqddy v. Anderson. Claim for £26 lOs and interest on promissory note. Mr Emerson for plaintiff. Plaintiff proved the making of the note, and that the sum of £17 10s and interest was due. Defendant, examined by Mr Emerson touching his estate and* effects, and his ability to pay, asked for time. Judgment for £17 10s and interest, £4 to be paid now, and balance by monthly instal ments of £5. LIMITED jurisdiction—CITED. Buck v. Caeey. Claim for £415s, board, lodging, and washing. Mr Emerson for plaintiff; Mr Taylor for defen dant, who stated that his client had left the neighbourhood, and that he would not offer any opposition to plaintiff's claim. Judgment for amount claimed. Wigzem. and Another v. graham and Another. Claim for £6 17s lid. for damage sustained by plaintiffs for non-delivery and detention of goods by defendants as common carriers. Mr Taylor...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

MINING. We were unable to give, in our last issue, a resume of the. half-yearly report of the Moonta Mining Company, but we are happy now to supply the omission. The report statesthat the results ■\x=req-\ of the past six months9 operations have been satisfactory. It alludes to the stoppage of the Smelting Works and consequent shipment of the ore to\x=req-\ England, which, owing to the depressed state of the copper market, has been attended with no disadvantage to the Company. The quantityof ore raised during the half-year has beea 88Il tons, being at the rate of 14681 tons per month. Thfc is in the proportion—throughout the half-year-^\x=req-\ of about two tons per monjih. for eveiyhaaid employed on the mines. The average produee pfS^ ore is improving, the values of the ore raised daring the six months being about 21 per cent , of fine copper. The cost of raising the ore has-been nearly £10,000 per month—namely, ££8,366, or £6 12s 6d per ton; and its estimated vaiue at £12 per ton ...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 8. Jjt the Ho^e of Assenably, on 33iursday last, the Commissioner of Public Worts, in reply to Mr CoGiiiN, stated that the Government would get the Engineer of Waterworks to report upon the question! , of the supply of water to Kadina, Wal laroo, and Moonta. The inhabitants of the district will doubtless feeFgrateful to Mr Coglin for the prompt action he has laken in;this.mattei\ Although a defeated c^&date here, Jie shows that he does not forget this portion of -his old constitu $ricy. ^ften <^yaissing the district, he said that even if he should not be elected, he would serve its interests to the utmost of his ability, and he is now honourably redeeming his promise. We are glad, .also, to see that Mr Tuxfobd is mindful of* the wants of this district. In seconding the adoption of the address in reply to His Excellency's Speech, that lion, gentleman, regretted that one impor tant point had been omitted in the Speech, namely, the absence o...

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TELEGREAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

TELEGrEAPHIG NEWS. (FEOir OTJB OWN C0BBESP03SBENT.) Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. in the House of Assembly, to-day, the Commissioner of Public Works (Mir Button), in reply to questions asked "by Mr D. Bower, stated that the line of telegraph to Moonta would be extended as soon as possible; that the road to j Moonta would he surveyed at once; and that tenders for the Post-Office and Tele\x=req-\ grape Station at Port Wallaroo would be | called for in "a week. . In answer to Mr Fuller, the Attorney\x=req-\ G-eneral (Mr Andrews) stated that the Government intendid to introduce a Bill for the payment of jurors in criminal cases. An accident has happened to the Strathalbyn bus, by which a woman was so seriously injured as not to be expected to live. The Volunteers are to have a grand fieldday at the Semaphore on Easter Monday. The officers of ELM. s. sloop of war Falcon are expected to take part in the proceedings. None of the protests entered in connection with the BifLe Matches have been en...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held yesterday at Nankervis'j Hotel, Kadina, before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., j and "a respectable Jury of fourteen, of whom.; Mr J". Q-raham was elected foreman, on the .body I of John Easterbrook, wlio-diedon Thursday, from injuries received whilst at work at the Wallaroo Mines. The following evidence was taken:— Richard Burbace, sworn—I am a miner, and knew the late John Easterbrook, whose body the juiy have just seen. Yesterday, about half-past ten, I was working at the back of the stope, and the deceased was just below me. He sung out to me to come down and let him come up, as one could only work at a time. He wished to come up and spell me. In a few minutes I went below and let bim come tip. I had no sooner got down than I heard some ground fall away. I immedi\x=req-\ diately rose up to see what it was, and as soon as I had done so I heard him sing out. When I got beside him he said, "Oh, mate, mate; I'm killing." I then called for assistance. ...

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LABOUR MARKET. March 28,1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

LABOUR MARKET. Mar&h 28,1865. Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lls^ Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 21 cwt.j 9s. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 9s. Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, 12s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of; 20 cwt., 8s.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, March 28. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

I BUILDING MATERIALS. I Wallaroo, March 28. T?.watt,. Peals, 9 x 3 , > i.."" ... 0 0 7 • Ditto, sawn, extra each cut.. -'0 0 0| Ditto, 11 x 3, solid ' ... Ditto/ditto, sawn each cut • 0 0 jof Battens, 3, solid ... r ^ 0 3 5 vDitto/ditto,each cut ... : 0 ;0 ' 0£ .. Redact Boaxd, per foot super 0 ^ 0, % FlooringBoards, T & Gr,6 x 18 0 O 2£ Stringy Bark, 3x2, l^d, per 100- ... „ ... ,,, .0 10 0 Ditto, 4x3 ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 6 x 1, l£d — 0 12 0 Ditto, 6x6 . - . .. O 18 0 9 Ditto, 9 x9 ... — Palings, 5 feet, Launceston - 1 4 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, f-1000 '... 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto 15 0 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 0 Roman ... 10 0 Bbices, at the kiln ... 3 5 0 COERTJGATED ieon, ^ CWt, 33s to 40s Zinc, ^ cwt, 40s lime, per bushel, 6d.

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THE ST. ALBAN'S RAIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

THE ST. ALBAN'S RAIDERS. The trial of Lieutenant Young and the other recaptured raiders commenced on Tuesday, the 27th of December, in* the Superior Court at Montreal, before Mr Justicf Smith. It was stated that there, were .several charges against the prisoners^-hut it was contended on behalf of the prisoners that the only question to be raised before the Court was the extradition of the accused, whose conviction on six changes would be no better than conviction on one. A commitment on one would answer all. the purposes of the counsel for the United States. Judge Smith said there were but two warrants before him, and the case, of Brecks stood first for examination. So far. as both were concerned, the choice lay between them. It was then decided to proceed with the case of Brecks. * Cyras N. Bishop, teller of the St. Alban's Bank, was sworn. He related the facts with regard to the robbery of this bank by Collins, Spurr, and three other raiders- on the day of the St. Alban's raid. Wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

Late Advertisements. ~Y^9 & J- S T..O B » I E, IMPORTERS OF PLAIN AND FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &c., 19, CURRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE. 8 4 q TDTWABEi TINWABE! THWAEE! RE. HOLMES, Galvanized Iron and Tin • Plate Worker, Graves street, "KWiing., fhfl.nfcs tlie public of this district for the support given during the time ha has been in business, and would inform them that »he still . works with the same neatness, despatch, and cheapness, as heretofore. Having lately received large additions to his Stock, and being provided with the most modern appliances for manufacturing, he would particularly impress on the public that in matters connected with his business he cannot be surpassed. All kinds of Tin and Galvanized Iron Goods kept in Stock, or made to order on the shortest notice. Mtnd the Addbess— R. E. HOLMES, GALVAJSTIZED IRON AND TIKPLATE ® WORKER, GRAVES-STREET, KADINA, Opposite the National Bank. 8 4 WAITED to Purchase, a good upstanding Spring-Cart HORSE. Apply at the ...

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REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIMENTS. The Florence correspondent of the Morning Post, writing on the 7th inst., reports the, details of most remarkable photographic experiments 011 the eye of a murdered person. It appears that on the 13th April, 2nd June, and 22nd August last year, three murders were committed in Florence, in almost precisely similar circumstances, the victims in each case being lodging house keepers. In each case " The corpse was discovered lying on the floor, with the throat cut from ear to ear, a pool of blood below her head, but only there—no marks of blood in any other part of tbe room—and a pocket-handkerchief, the property of some one unknown, close to her person. The trinkets and money which she was supposed to have about her had disappeared, as well as other articles in the house. Asno cries had been heard by the neighbors, the conclusion come to by the Florence police was to the effect that the murdeihad been perpetrated, in all probability, by two assassin...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 April 1865

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close— WAJjEAEOO. For Adelaide, on. Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 10 p.m. | For Eadrna and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. KADENTA. For Adelaide, on. Monday, "Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a.m. For Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m. MOONTA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo^ every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m.

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QUEENSLAND. OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Rockhampton News, March 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

QUEENSLAND. OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Mockhampton News, March 24.) A gentleman, just come down from the. North, has supplied us with the subjoined particulars of murders and outrages com mitted by the " poor blacks " on the Lower Belyando Cape and Burdekin. Hie record of bloodthirsty deeds commences from Decem ber last, when the blacks killed a hutkeeper, at Conway, and roasted him oyer his own fire. Thence, proceeding downHossetta Creek, they rifled the newly-formed station of Messrs. Parkes & Murray; a lad, the only person on the station at the time escaping by secreting himself in a partly built hut. From Rosseta Creek they struck across the Belyando to Hermitage Station (Messrs Raymond and Featherstonhaugh), and almost as soon as they got there theymust have killed a shep herd named Sadleir, a lad of 19. The blacks, after this slaughter, camped that night at a large lagoon in the scrub, and the murdered lad's flock having come home without him, and 300 short, ano...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION AT SYDNEY—THREE PERSONS KILLED AND SEVEN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

* imw SOUTH WALES. DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION AT SYDNEY— THREE PERSONS KILLED AND SEVEN INJURED. A terrible accident occurred at the Dry X)ock, Balmain, on the 28th ult., between 10 and 11 o'cloek in the morning, when three persons—Joseph Porter, John Gordon, and Robert Craig—were killed by the bursting of! a boiler. Seven other men were severely injured, and it is . thought that one of them (Daniel Mace Nicol) cannot possibly recover. It is at present difficult to Assign the precise cause of this fearful catastrophe, and it is, perhaps,-not desirable to offer any opinion on the matter, which should be enquired into by skilled and competent persons. The results of the accident may, however, be definitely stated; and so far as ascertained, they are as follows:—On the western side of the Dry Dock there is a large building, about 150 feet long, the greater part of which is used as a workshop by Messrs. P. N. Russel and C-o., but the northern end of it is an engine room. The framework of...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER, SHOT. SUICIDE AND ATTEMPTED AT TANTUNDA. Adelaide, Tuesday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MORGAN, THE BTTSHBANGEB, ' SHOT. SUICIDE AND ATTEMPTED AT TANTOIDA. (FBOK OUB &W3SC COBBESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 4 p.m. Morgan, the bushranger, has been shot dead. He reached M'Pherson and Buiherford's station near Wangaratta, in Victoria, on Saturday last. He went to M'Pherson's house and ordered refresh ments, and during the evening made Miss M'Pherson play upon .the piano. He stayed at M'Pherson's all night. One of the inmates effected his escape, and spread the alarm. In the morning the house was surrounded by police from the Ovens, and by other men. It was a Sunday morning, and when Morgan stepped out of the house, he looked about him and saw no one, the police and others being in ambush. He returned to the house and breakfasted, after which he made prisoners of "M'Pherson and three men, and was driving them to a paddock to get a fresh horse, when a man named Quinlan shot him in the back. He fell immediately, complaining of a cowardly attack. He ...

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MOONTA POLICE STATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

MOONTA POLICE STATION". TO THE EDITOR OF TTTB WAXLAROO TIMES. Sib,—I was rather surprised at reading your leader of the 3rd instant. It appears your article was intended to enlighten the Government as well as the public, and as such should have stated nothing but facts. You probably have been misin formed, for you state the contractor cannot find men to go on with the work of the Police Station at Moonta at present, thereby leading to the inference that the work is not progres sing. Why, Sir, the day your article appeared there were five men working on the job, also three horses and two drivers drawing materials to the job,' besides joiners working at the shop at W^allaroo, preparing the joiners' work. You further state the effect of the delay is that the salary of the, overseer of works amounts to nearly the value of the work done. I belie ve, Fir, that officer would think himself very liberally paid if his salary "did amount'to that sum. The hitch you speak of .whereby the work; w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

^.Hotels, &c. ,"3|lW"} WEEKSreturafl his thanks tothepeqple JjU.* of Moonta, and strangers visiting tlie Mines, for the liberal pafabnage they have accorded him, and hopes, by oontintring to keep nothing but the brat'drinks, to merit a continu ance of their fevours... , " NJ8.—The best accommodation for travellers; also, good Stabling and Stockyards; ' < , . r,.,- M. WEEKS, ./ j V; 1-^2 Proprietor. HV. MO YLE begs to inform his Mends • 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: jbest.liquors, to receive a continued share of; support. _ ' N.B.—Good Stabling and a supply of water j .always on hand. : " H. V. MOYLE, * 4-2-c KADINA, JE L D ~ It I B G E • (3jAte Laio)loed op the Junction Hotel / Noeth-Eoad), PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, POBt.WALLABOO, 8-2-c JRTHITE LION INN, iKADINA. ' W. WILSON begs to notify to his Mends 'Qw • in the district...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

. Late Advertisements. __ •_ ' TAfl'OTCTANT 'If)- At.f<. m SPAEKMA N & G.Q;, albion HOUSEj s M / . WALLAROO bay, JJAVE just UNPACKED ^ " two imomxm joraiis^ Worth of MERCHANDISE, product ofthe beat London, Manchester, Scotch, French, ;Gernian, [ and Italian. Markets.' " *" " * ' "12 4.22 ~ ALL SAINTS CHUECH, MOONTA. ^ This church win be opemd % ©frfipj service on SUNDAY, April 30, by the Rev. B.T.Craig (preliminary, to the Consecra tion by the LordBishop atatiearlydate). f " Collections will be made in aid of the Boflditig Fund. - i No Pew Rents. The Church is entirely free and open to alL . ,"T . * & /: "f<f On Monday, the ■ 1st of May, a LECTtJBE will be delivered in the Church by the Kev. B. T. * Craig. Subject—"Providence/' Selections of Sacred Music and Singing. Admission free. A collection in aid of the funds. - 1 To commence at 7 o'eloek p.m.^ ~13"3'~ nnHE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING JL COMPANY, KADINA, WALLAROO, and MOONTA, issue DRAFTS on ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

SAILED. Monday, .April 10—-Royal Shepherd, Port Augusta.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

CORONER'S INQUEST. Ail inquest was held on Sunday lastat JSankervis' Hotel, Kadina, before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and a respectable Jury, of whom Mr W. Moore was chosen foreman, on the body of Charles William. Munt, who met with his death under the circumstances deposed to in the following evi dence:— W. Thomas, sworn, stated—Was going to Kadina, yesterday, and saw the deceased in com-, panywith another gentleman about half a mile from Wallaroo,' also proceeding towards T?W?in». They were in sight until nearly dusk when I missed them: About two mfles ^rom TTaflina saw a man and horse standing in the road. Was keeping my side of the road when the man (the deceased): called to me to inquire the way to Kadina. Wished him to get on his horse,.and told him to follow me and be would soon be in Kadina. Got out of the conveyance and held his horse while he mounted it. He kept company for a good parti of a mile. Then wishediumio keep behind as he was obstructing the way. He then went...

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WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. SECOND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOB OF THE wai.LABOO TIMES. Secokd Letter. Sib,—Expense ought not to be an obstacle in the way of constructing artesian wells, if we take the example of our forefathers in the trouble and cost they went to to acquire | the same object—a bountiful supply of the indispensable requisite to the requirements of both man and beast. Produce a never-ending supply of water, and what is now waste, worthless, and barren, will become inhabit able, priceless, and fertile. Where the kangaroo is now roaming, and the foot of the white man scarcely trode. will become the birthplace of future generations. The climate is healthy—the soil on thousands of acres fit to grow food for the million. The only want is permanent water—a want at one time very severely felt in the older countries, but which was overcome by perseverance and skill. Gladius, 312 years before the birth of Christ, caused aqueducts to be constructed forty and even sixty miles long. In the year 1285 London receiv...

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