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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

8AII*I-D. .Friday, Februaiy U —Mury Stewart, scliooner, for CoiBa's Bsyjv . : _ :?

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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The Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, FEB 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

WAf JjA&OO, SarrilRDAY; •*> AiixixGST the numerous subjects brought under the notice of t]ie candidates who have recently visited this district,: that of postal coTniTiumcation with the metropolis is by no means the least important. About twelve months since, the irre gularities of the Young Australian caused: so much inconvenience, that the Posf master-G-ejieral altered the mail route, and since then our letters hare been^eon veyed overland, .J^ceitlj^M^^onseijufenee of the state of the roads and. the heat of the weather, the horses ,attached.vt:o the overland conveyance havebeen*^bleto perform the:1 journey a% quickly as here tofore, and the delivery of letters at Port Wallafbo has frequency been delayed from the evenings" of Monday, "Wednes day, or Friday until II > o'clock..■■the>.'ibl lowing morning. . Now, we have no wish to have-a fling at- Mr lloirNSEVELi^ who, we have no doubt, does his Taest on that horrible road £b: perform satisfactorily. . But we think,...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

€OM]^^SIAL. VWallakoo Times Office, Friday Evening. -. j Xittle business is doing of any description.-! dealers eauiiTiue to keepjtheir stocks as limited as | possible. Two or three. tradesmen have diseon- j -turned supplying goods on credit, but in general lhe'£redit system obtains as largely as ever. i ^ jSriut m sipall supplies have arrived during the \ week, but vegetables, exeeepting , potatoes, con- ; tiiiucB Tery scarce. " Bran, Is Sd ; chaff, 8s j "barley, Cs; oats, 7s; pollard,^s^d. "

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

^ TO COBfiESPOiST^Ilk Several letters'are ironr^ the present issue in ponseguence of the'arrival of the English news, in addition to the. quantity of olher matter. J " -

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, Feb. 10. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. WaTaroo, Feb. 10. BEEA3> A2TD FLOUE. ; Bread, 4id to 6d per 2 • Flour. 3d per lb' ? "Iblodf *, : '"'y:r BUTCHER MEAT. V Beef, Afil to B&yper lb Pork, &1 to 9d per lb Mutton, -4d to 6d per lb "Veal, 6d to 9d per lb /j Lambfi3s 6d to 4s -6J Sausages, 6d per lb per qr "j -JJAIEX TJiopxicE. . ■ Bacon, Is 21 per lb Hams, colonial. Is 3d per Butter, fresli, Is 6d lb y Do, salt* lis 4d Do, English, is-61 Cheese, colonial, 16 per; Milk,. ,6d per quart | lb, . . J 'Ducks, 8s per pair ■ •Do," English, Is 8a do Fowls, os do lgg8;l8'2'|fer'^BzT t* ~ , ■*■ hsbt . 4',: Oysters, Is per doz ^.Fish, 6d to Is 6dper doz ij^eriwinkl^B, Is per qt ' Seiiiiapper, 3d to2s'eadh Crabs, 6 J to is per doz . '• .. : . ,.}y^SXTrc. :y-; ' . ' / Almonds, dried.-Is- • ~--Peac&es,4d-per lb ^jples^Sdi to £d C ?run^, 6d^to'33 ppfc'qt •;;.Apricots* '8^ .• '^^ears/Ssl -to 4d per lb v Shapes, 3d Ad ■ ,/1riGE!iiBLE§r $.4; ^O^p^.-2d^rJLb. r, ;:r^c>rak>^JLb'per 7 lb'...

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POLICE COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. (Before J. B. Shepherison, Esg., S.M.) CIVIL JURISDICTION. M'LEAN V. RICHARDS ET UXOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

Da nages ;$$ . fflv< Emex^on^jppd&a-e^ fe me piamtiif, and Mr ^jg®fc^t>o^ip^d s^qiai^M^If^o^lamf iff :tlie servant were " present. :; 0he %^d; plauilf S' .*?»£ a iluef, andSfj^^^j^i^S^^p^ig^^flr^;,' t ingB^aaf^K'.;:^;^^^|[eJ^i^i inthe li^fefc of ste'aMg . to%U|idl^«att£ge /ft^i3i. J {^CiiiitS>iitfjS ? lieV' ^oiufe her. j^^saSU ■ '^^iti^rfcie;; t" f f?ei'^4 8i>fc£d;,y&pdliep yy " " : •' ; ;r;|$3&ii?t MnoW ^li^itiier 'he ^j^-stole bricW*>r ^oo3 from ine! I Viare^ iiever ®uspect£a :aSa-ja^a^caS^ciit.' /:3S^!J'w- deteadaiHS. ; ;Hs|,d & ppn ^•fchflFj|$K^Hic;e - only.-j. von;*'ihe ■ iBaid filiefii;e^where: «afiie;|rp^i^";j^iji''-:7t|i^-I ' ftjau&ai$iii|[^^ $o^d£«ie spoutifijft -glass for hi^wiudovfiB.> -She said she 'could ^etujitl£ 'ft;p roveia liis chim-, '■p.ey: onthe ' ^ofe»€KaCiiiiri4d by. Mr Tavlor—-I hav2«0eh Mr? . , .Eich^df very . ofWn; ft jDnl/ .apofce' td'ftJier. onteft j'sfiw -■ hfrrf-raiifoJ mi- ;V ftbhji^' lli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

T O PATfilCK. BOYCE COGLIN,; ESQ *r «■ >~m zicu Bear, Sir^W^^the- undesigned, residentsi auld ' v-v;.ftv*jv/Y4 -M. A Districtof i Par^&enla'iyjCareeri-aii i having fully appreciated. tliat aptifttde ^of tliiB ' fcUsmess of tligiSfcate. wltHi osrlxich it li^ j^ea^ict ^Pr6yidence to ble^ ybaj Xeei1; libnoure^.'in having it .in our power to come for; vward yoiarself pi>,ee sgaitii; ■'to be ixoininate'd' ' tlife represeutatioa of-that5 jdis£rict for wffic& you %ve so long aud. so ftblj1: leldaseat m §ur G^loa^Parliaaaeufc. . j Beggingrau earij |avourab!e rgply^ , ', ' We folwe the lidaour to be, '• -" J *■ tu "; "Sir," . :4; ■4- ' ... C . • /.;t -v,s.' '• C - . ■ Xour xDos&obedien t servants,* 1 o.': i * . r i / ■* ■ •$*#/■ I "'.'i* - David Jones . . .i»' , Patrick Fitzgerald Geoi^e I>alby • - - Thos. Hifrlon"'* f; EdwaM'Jtdnes, ;r ' Daniel Evans;: John , Wxiiiara; Price1' ■- "Benry-Athbraa?:^ i:. Evan Harris . :: Henry lister *' Williairi Evans ■ ;'v;; ...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

■: jVfeilg ... %l.*;> :;>■ " K. wixi^x^o. <> JLdelaide^on" S uritLay, T uesd ajxd Tlimrs^ 'd&^at^lO p.m. / *M-?.• •' '*(*£ |F^r £bd^aa«n4 Mop|ijfca, everypajr, ^|^i a.m;^| « 'A *•.'! ■^f'^r^d^aide, pn^ Monday, WedB^dgig^aTiB^ •Fnifiijy»&■■?'-. •>'•' "." For Mooiita, every day, (Sundays excepted), air 9am. -J ■ __ : : " . TEor^TiajSi^o; §jfery Bafc WbCTj^V;'' .- i' ^s'■ •-/...T""'^-' Eor^. Adelaide, -on- Tn^day^T^^ SafurdavyatV *•- ;.'\ :?■'. ** y< For Eadina ajiid WaUarop, everyday (Sundays excepted), at 3T3Q p.xn. -■ ;,.' r^3i: ■. "X.' "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

'7; ]EIeetioaNptice3. qpO DAVID BO-fEfi, ESQ:, :WALLABCKX v., v Sir,—We, the undersigned,1 Electors of Port Adelaide, Wallarob,. Kaiins, and Moonta, feeling assured of your fitness to .represent this Qistrict in the House of Assembly, respectfully, yeqjiest that you "will allow yourself to be'nominated as a Can didate in the' ensuing Electidii foe a Member of t the House of Assembly, in the province of South I Australia. We are, Sir, j : Yoursinost respectfully, J. B. Shepherdson, 8.M. John S. Cuclip Wm. Square : ■ Wm. Opie G. F. Wyatt Peter Willes Alfd. France If. Wigzell' J, Not.tle J. Me^ent ! W. L. Maclrie C. Whitford Gavin I). Young, J.P. D. Lynch Wm. Fisher John Oats ' J. B. Austin . H. Williams. W. F. Foster G. T. Clarkson N. J. Oaire H. Merietfc Janu s Harrey - G. Ever© T. A. Nauglitcn . J» Ingleby" . W. Graham Benjamin Bates B. S. Haddy • . . James McLean' . A. F. Taylor . Nicholas Martin Thos. Burcbell Tl\os. Wood ' Br. J. Graham , James Williams J; Emerlron .Henry Gunter ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

H A KB .VD nrE .—O n - the .61ji February, at Stirling-j strefetjthe* TCrife^. of rM'r;!F.! ■f- .■ ■ HarradmejTdf'a ,,.. .. Dennis.—On the 6 th February, fit the Couvt House Hotel, Marift«4^oinet|te,45ftiP^ heldved daughter of * James and Mary , Ann •. Dennis, aged fen months. ""•'

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

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CLEAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

CLEAYED'.' ~ThursdSy, Febv 10—Mary Stewart, scliooner,! *73' 'tons,' M'Donald, master, for Coffin's' Bay, in ballast. t ••• ..

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 11 February 1865

IMPOSTS.; CaTgo^iche^ciipse, ^orfcy Ade^ideT^, : pkg, J": ' IJaddy ^pkgs/Poct^ anI Page^_JLHl do, Scarfe^aiid Eu:d- ri j 3 do, . !buidieii ; I roil leather, Dawes ; .62 bags ^cliati!; ^ Dunn; 18 pkgs, Sharp- 1 .S<J, Colwelli 17 do, Furn r ; 45 do^ Sa^lgj^ye ; 45 do, Webster and ; fribble |j85dG,■ .WMt^d; 1 box, Weils:j:28 dp, lurnj^&upt -Knobbej- lr,4o> „Martiii ; 13 do.= Gliurc-^j-;]H& ;\-S9rt do3 Anderepn ^ 9 do, ^rka^ja Co. felT do, Tj^em^n ^ ifeirj : Berriman ; 12 . de* Searle.; ' 128 bags malt, Kan 'fe^^isX"^O plvgs, WigzeU • 67 do, Bray; 4.4' do, Messewt*; Incase, WJiitiiigton - 6 do, Hillj- 2;iont :chaff, Eland; l-ias?vlfe; ^arig-'j 40 liali-barix4f powder, Waflaroo ||wes j 14 cases, Eland; 3 ; Jihds al^Q^^r / 22%a^e:s, 27 -bagfs^potatoes, 42' ' ptgs, 432iFera%,'.j 90 hal£barr-els powder. Corn trail Mine j _4y2. pieces timber,. 63 bags braii31 JSower. • • •• ■'■•■ ' * '• i'; r : :• 'A;:-:

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

ITALY. The debate on the bill for the transfer of the capital to Florence commenced in the Senate on November 29, and, after a very long debatg, ( was brought to a conclusion on December 9, when the bill was adopted by 134 against 47 Votes. The ItaUe of Turin asserts that a proof will shortly be given of the complete understand ing which exists between the Emperor Napo leon and the Government of King Victor Em manuel on the Soman question. The proof tho.s referred to is to consist of the almost instant withdrawal of a part, of the French garrison from Borne. The convention only binds France to begin withdrawing her troops within six months from the signing of the treaty, which took place a few days back. But according to the Italic the evacuation will be gin at thiejclose. of January. A bill has been presented to the Chambers by the Sinister of Justice for the suppression of all religious (corporations and ecclesiastical benefices throughout the Kingdom of Italy. The clergy had alre...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

FRANCE, The French papers have apparently received orders to propose a general disarmament of Europe, and it is expected that the Emperor's address to his Chambers will contain some inkling of his policy in the matter. If he can suggest any method of inducing the nations to trust each other he will relieve Europe at once of at least £60,000,000 a year, spent upon extra armaments—but how is he to do it? No nation will really disarm while liable to attack, and at the present moment every Power in Europe is threatened. The- Court of Correctional Appeal has de livered their judgment in the case of the thir teen deputies accused of holding, illegal meet ings, affirming the sentence pronounced against them by the lower court. M. Mocquard, the Emperor Napoleon's, pri vate secretary, died recently. He was in his 73rd or 74th year. M. C'onti, Councillor of State, has been selected by the Emperor as his successor. One regiment of the French expeditionary army has arrived in France from Mexico...

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ADELAIDE GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

ADELAIDE GOSSIP. (FB03X OTTB ADELAXDEAJT FBIEKT).) The most interesting event which has occurred in Adelaide this week has been the laving of the foundation-stone of the Stow Memorial Church, because, althoughtbe new edifice will be immediately connected with the Congregationalists, it :is to be erected to the, honour of a thoroughly catholic man—to one who knew no sect or party, «nd~whose name is so intimately entwined with the history-; of our colony: Tne ceremony ;of laying the stone was performed by Mr Alex.Hay, and was followed by tea and public meetragsin Freeman-street Chapel. His Honor the Chief Justice presided over tbe. latter meeting, which was addressed by the Rev. J. Gardner, Mr C. Todd, the Rev. J. Graham (of Sydney), &c. The new church is in Flinders-street, and will abut upon the Wesleyari Chapel in * Pirie-street. In politics I have little to chronicle, so fa at any rate as Adelaide is concerned. Tde citizens have scarcely yet moved in the matter. The first ...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. MR DALE AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

ELECTION MEETINGS. MR DALE AT WALLAROO. We have been favoured with the following report of Mr Dale's meeting at Kadina:— A meeting of Mr Dale's supporters took place on Thursday evening last, at Moyles' Hotel, the long room of which was densely crowded. Mr Ashton presided. The Chair man having opened the proceedings, called upon Mr Daie, who, after a few preliminary remarko. on his great pleasure at seeing so many of his friends, began with the question of immigration. He believed that, it was detrimental to the interests of the colony in its present state, such a vast amount 'of sur plus labour being in the colony already. He was quite opposed to any part of the Govern ment revenue being expended in immigration. He stated that free immigration did not bring such a large population into the colony*^ there would have been if there had been no assisted immigration. He would have it on the same footing as they have it in- America and Vancouver's Island, where no moneys are expended in ...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

NEWS BY THE MAIL. A M E E I G A. Our advices from New York are to the" morning of December 14. The Richmond papers of the preceding day report that Sher man was near Savannah—probably not five miles distant. It was doubtful if he would make an attack or advance to the coast south east of the city. He had not opened commu nication with the coast. Other despatches report Sherman in line of battle, confronted by a large Confederate force. There was a doubtful report that Sherman has had a suc cessful engagement at Bloomingdale, fifteen miles from Savannah. Federal accounts state that the land and naval forces under Dahlgren and Foster proceeeded froin Beaufort on December 6, up Broad River, where they landed their forces and destroyed Pocataligo Bridge, afterwards entrenching themselves at the latter point. It was also | reported that Foster had cut the Charleston and Savannah Railway near Pocataligo, and j driven the Confederates from their entrenched position.. Grant had despatched a...

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