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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, April 21. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

BUILDING MATERIALS. • Wallaroo, April 21. Retail. Deals, 9x3 V.7.' ... 0 0 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut . 0 0 Oi Ditto, 11 x3, solid ... 0 0 8£ Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 0 Of Battens, 7 x 3, solid ... 0 0 5 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 0 0 0| Cedar 'Board, per foot super 0 0 7 Flooring Boards, T & G, 6 x 18 0 0 2>\ Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, l£d, per 100 ... ... ... 0 10 0 Ditto, 4 x 3 ... 0 18- 0 Ditto, 6 x 1, lid ... 0 12 0 Ditto, 6x6 ... ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 9x9 — Palingsj 5 ,feet, Launceston , 14 0 Ditto, ditto, Gobarton 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, f 1000 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto ... 15 0 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 0 Eoman ... 10 0 Bbicks, at the kiln ... 3 5 0 COKBTTGATED ISON, ^ CWt, 33s to 40s Zinc, ^ cwt, 40s lame, per bushel, 6d to 8d.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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COTTLE V. WILLIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

COTTLE V. WIfcLIS. * TO THE EDITOB OF THE WAELABOO TIMES. Sib,—Your report of tbie case " Cottle v. Willis," iu your issue of yesterdays date, conveys the erroneous impression tbat the charge was withdrawn in consequence of some defect in the information; ■ The charge arose out of the late fire at Cottle's premises at Wallaroo Bay, and the information was laid previous to the inquest. After the result of the inquest became known, it was never intended that the hearing of the information should be proceeded with, nor was it gone into last Wednesday. The Court, was informed that as no other evidence had been obtained than that offered at the inquest, the information would not be. proceeded with. It wasnot, therefore, "eventually withdrawn.'' Nor did I propose to; ** alter the information." I could have no reason to alter an information that was withdrawn. Theonly question before the Court was the one of costs ; and inreply to some remarksofMr Taplor's not bearing on this questioo, but...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

s IN G NEWS. ABKIV3SD. Tuesday, April1 25—Mary Grant, brig,' 140 tons, BegJsn^masWj'from the; Hiver Don Aptii 13. D^®ow^^gent. Passengers—Mrs Begent ./• '5 ' ^ . ' : : schooner, G. Heath, master/from Port Adelaide. . 27^3£oyal ; Shepherd, s.8., Ward, master, irom. Port Augusta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

Shipping. STEAM TO PORT WALLAROO AHD POET AUGUSTA. T H E Screw - Steamship. ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Waed, Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, oil SATURDAY, Maj 6. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, May 11. \ J. B. AUSTIN,. .. , Agent, 1 4 d Port Wallaroo. OR WALLA8.6D.—The fast-sailing iaaid'-fe-vounte schooner ^ ECLEPSfef: ; ' *, • having nearly all her cargo engaged, > will have 'immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply1 to DAVID BOVVilR, Agent, Wallaroo ; JOHN YEO; or to ' CORBIN LAMB. Conveyances. MOST AGBEEABLp AND PI2&SA3ST - TRW TO A3DMLAIBE. i NO SEA aGKBPEi^.^ ' M &<STnySE V&LI/S well-Iioi^fl.. and comforfc able Wallaroo Coach, leaves Kadinaon Mondays, "Wednesdays, and JTridajB, at 6 aim., • arriving at Salisbury in time for the last train to Adelaide; and leaves Salisbury the 'same days for Kadinaon arrival of firs}; trai...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Mary <3-rant, from the Don— —66,342feettimber, 5000 palingSj 4 tons potatoes, Cargo nf the Oynthia, from Port Adelaide—' -- 86.'~ bags chaflj 3 cases sundries, WMtfordj 15 cases- cement, Anderson; . 1 bale blankets, Aboriginal Department; 10 cases grapes, Levido; ^ do,. Wood,; 4 bales liay, J. E. Bleechmore j 100 bags chaff, Axford; 4 bundles gutters, Beaglehole; 74 bags potatoes, Order; 1 case cigars,Furner; 5 bags potatoes, 100 do flour, , Brock.; 3 pkgs groceries, D. Bower; 10 bags vegetables, 4 do fruit, Wigzell; 1 case sugar, H. Martin6 cases bitters, Eland; 14 bars iron, G. Ward; 1 case tobacco and cigars, 1 hhd porter, Weeks; 15 pkgs vegetables, 2 cases grapes, 3 pkgs, Stephens; 19 do furniture, Coltman; 7 cases spirits, 1 pkg cigars, 3 hhds ale, Wilson; 4 do do, Brown ; 8 pkgs sundries, Dickenson and Berriman; 5 boxes soap, Messent; 1 wiridbox, lfift.Tarn.wlia. .Minn; 1 pkg leather, London ;• 3 pkgt fruit, Evers; -9 casks cement, 8 pkgs sundr...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

CLEARED. Thursday, April 27—Boyd Shepherd, s.e., H. Ward, master, from Port Augusta. J. B. Austin, • qgeni**^.w,. ........ Same day—Omeo, schooner, 40 tons, Wills, master, for Port Piri&.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL AT KADINA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

DISTRICT COUNCIL AT KADINA. to tttr editob op the wallaboo times. Sib,—May I crave the indulgence of a small space in your valuable local paper for 1 the insertion of this letter, addressed to the working men of Kadina. To THE WoBKIKG Men OP KADINA. Gentlemen,-—Being present at a meeting last evening, convened at the White Lion Hotel, Kadina, for the purpose of takiug into consideration the desirability or otherwise of establishing a District Council, I feel .bound to express my disapprobation of your conduct as manifested there. However much in error the promoters of that meeting were, it afforded no excuse what ever for your interruptions. We know that there are those who are in the habit of putting themselves forward in eveiy community, but they ought not to be allowed to bear the minds of others when in pursuit of things that have a tendency to promote the welfare of the masses, and the comfort and happiness of each other as individuals, especially being congregated together as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

F U BN I T FEE. "|~^UY Y0UE FTJBNITTJRE AT C O L T M A N'S.- ■ . Wer$ Cheap aad reiygood. rraEEAIfi AT FIXED CHAXOES. ABCHER-STBEET (opposite "WMtford'a new Coim Store. " 29 3 c THOMAS JOED AN, w atc h At a. k toR and jewelleb, POST WALLAROO, BEGS to announce to Ms numerous customers of the above * place and the surrounding . districts of: "Force's Peninsula, that he has just - regpived an-exoellent. assortment of; English and -Egfgjgn iSQIiP and SILVEB. WATCHES, com plying— . ;Gofii£eyless Watches, Gtold and Silver Patent J^ver WateheSj Koth liadies' and Gents'; Duplex mnzpntM ;do, in gold and silver; also, an ' excellent r^spjrt^Lent • of Ladies' and Gents' Gold ' "Silver Chain's; and a great variety of Jefrglteiy bf the latest defeigns and fashions, gnaf anteed of thebest material and workmanship. Clocks of the veiy best Wrkmanship arid newest designs. Allgomls guaranteed. 3T.B.—Fancy goods and Stationery. . : -■ V. : -- ' 43c J. THOMAS, ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER, WALIAROO B...

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MOONTA. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

MOOOTA. , (FROM OTJB, X>W1T coebespondent.) April 29. j Aft accident of a serious nature tookplace ajthe MoontaMine yesterday. Alaiider, by the naine of Cooper, at Waterhouse's Shaft, iloWi a «an containing eight pounds of >w4&Y along with some other things, to the intiieshaft.'■.v ;T&e#tlter;& taken out, and fay some oversight the powder can was not removed from the kibble. It was then filled with ore, on emptying which at the surface, sparks were emitted by the rocks coming in.contact with each other, exploding the whole of the powder, and injuring the unfortunate lander very seriously. He is severely burned in several parts of his body, especially about the arms, and will be some weeks before he recovers. On Tuesday we were congratulating our selves that the want of water would be a thing of the past, but were doomed again to disappointment, as the rain was not sufficient ; to Gause a run of water on the grounds There is every appearance now of rain,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

NOTICE. T HODGES returns his thanks to the inhabi • tants of Moonta and Kaflina for the pa tronage extended to him during the past three years, and begs to inform them his CAST will | LEA Vifl the Moonta Township at half-past 3, i instead of 4 o'clock, .until further notice ; and on Sundays will run only to the Moonta Mines. Moonta, April 27,1865. 28 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

NOTICE. ALL Pigs, Goats, Poultry, Dogs and Cats found Trespassing on Allotment 127 C., in this Township, after this date will he destroyed. And all Cattle and Horses will be Impounded^ and Damages enforced according to Law. JAMES M'LEANT. "Wallaroo Bay, April 21, 1865. 22 4 26 TH Hi FRIENDS of the Bey. J. Standrin are informed that the REMAINS of his step-: son will leave his residence, near France & Serle'e . ! Brewery, THIS A3TTEENOON, at 4 o'clock.

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ADELAIDE GOSSIP. Thursday evening, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

A DILAIDE G O S S I P. jjFBOM OTJB ADBLAIDBAir FMEND, Thursday evening, April 28. ^e, too, like you, were just beginning to cry out about the shortness of water, when some copious ahowers of rain fell, gladdening the hearts both of town and country folk. It is a matter for particular rejoicing that the northern districts have been visited by that for which they have have been so long looking. At Auburn six tenths of an inch, and at Clare nine-tenths of an inch fell. At present advices have not been re ceived as to whether the rain extended further northward, but it is greatly to be hoped that it has. The Telegraph the other night stated that only 23 days' supply remained in the Reservoir, and that the Weir could not give more than three days' further Supply if no- rain fell. It is not known upon what authority this statement is ' made, but it is thought that it was slightly exag gerated. The Court of Enquiry appointed to investigate the circumstances connected with the late railway ...

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RESERVOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

RESERVOIRS. We aire pleased to learn that our local representative, Mr D. Bower, has in anespe cial manner been endeavouring to induce the {government to proceed immediately with the construction of reservoirs in the district. The following telegram was despatched by Mr Bower on Thursday to the Commissioner of Public Works :— " IfoAbbott, of the E. and A. Department, ia~jte&eron service, and as you and Mr England arS^eng^ged in the Railway Enquiry, cannot he remaiia and inspect ground and report on the formation of tanks for Wallaroo, Moonta, and Kadina? Reply." To this the Commissioner of Public Works replied as follows::— " Mr Rogers proceeds to Wallaroo by to morrow's steamer, on special duty, to report to me on the best means of storing water, &c., and the necessary works to be executed for that purpose, as well as other matters. I have instructed him to place himself in communica tion with you, to give him the benefit of your local experience."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

BIRTH. j Habbis.—On the 27 th April, at Wallaroo, the j I wife of Mr W. H. Harris, of a daughter. j MARRIED.' I Cobdt—MliEiSH.—On Thursday, the 27th April, j by special license, in the Wesleyan Chapel, j Kadina, by the Rev. Charles Colwell, Mr Wm. Corin, Wallaroo Mines, to Miss Agnes M'Leish, of Mintaro, DLED. Pleentss.—On the 27th. April, after a long and painful illness, of typhoid fever and bronchitis, Elizabeth Catherine, the eldest and beloved , daughter of Charles and Ellen Pleiniss, aged 14 years and 4 months, deeply regretted by all who knew her. She sleeps iA Jesus. Penbebthy.—On the 28th April, at Wallaroo Bay, of congestion of the brain, after a short illness, James Penberthy, aged 15 years, eldest son of the late Mr Henry Penberthy, formerly of Redruth, England.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

MATT, NOTICES. Mails close— WALLAROO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadina and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. K ATOKA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, andj 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. I MOONTA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo* every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 pan. !

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ALARMING ACCIDENT AT A CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

ALARMING ACCIDENT AT A CIRCUS* The performances at Meyer's Circus, Liverpool, were going on Monday evening, February 6, when a serious accident, which might have been attended with the -most fatal consequences, occurred. There were not more than about 600 or 700 persons present that night, instead of 2,000, which the place will hold. About 150 of these were crowded in a gallery which extends along the western side of the building. Some action was going forward on that side of the stage nearest to this gallery, and the people occupying places there, leaning forward to see the actors on that side, pressed unduly upon the parti tion in front. The whole of this partition gave way, and they who were pressing most upon it, about fifty in all, fell into the pit. This induced a panic, and a rush was made lor the doors. At the same time, the gas -pipe being broken, a dangerous escape of gas took place, and there was imminent danger that 1he horrors of fire might be added to the terror alread...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. THURSDAY, APRIL 27. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.), [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

POLICE COURT—FORT WALLAROO. (Before J. B A. lad named He&on -was charged with having stolen some fruit from a box which .had befea t landed on the jetty> The case was clearly proved. Mr J. B. Austin, railway said jefcfcymanager, said he had been induced to prosecute the l^dless from a desire thafc he should be puniahedthanfbr the purpose of deterring other lads from similar evil conduct. In consideration of this dicum etance his Worship thought the casfe would bev met by a Blight imprisonment, and ordered th© prisoner to be locked up for the sight. , t W. Dingle, jniner, was charged with" hanng stolen a cast, value 15s, the preperty of J. Wilikm, " Moonta. The case was remanded iall iJie Srd proximo. f

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THE MURDER AT OPOTIKI. GALLANT RESCUE OF THE REV. ME GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

; ^ejie murder at opotikl G-ATiTiATffT BESCUE OP THE BEV. ME GBACE. Jhrom the-New Zealand Herald, of the 23rd instant, we learn that the Rev. T. Grace owes his life to the bravery and generosity of Mr Levy, the master of the schooner Eclipse, to the mate, and to a boy named Montague. It appears that Captain Levy offered as a ransom for the lives of the two gentlemen, before the : murder of Mr Volkner, the whole of his goods at Opotiki, oyer the value of £1000 This offer -the natives accepted ; but when they got possession of the goods, and hatf divided them into sixteen different lots, representing as many tribes—after pledging their words that no harm should be done to the captives—the fanatics repudiated the terms, and . slaughtered the unfortunate Mr Volkner. Subsequently Mr S. Levy, brother to the master of the schooner, became himself hostage for Mr Grace; when, however, all hope of saving the reverend gentleman was I at an end, and when any attempted rescue by the man-of-war's...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 29. j The importance of some provision being made for a supply of fresh Water is almost daily urged upon our notice. A new reason has appeared for the neces sity. not merely of an ample supply, but of water possessing certain qualities which distilled water is said not topos I sess. Seyeral cases of typhoid fever have occurred amongst us, and; whether cor rectly or not, we have heard the cause alleged to arise from the use of waiter too soon after its distillation, before it has had time to become aerated or oxy genised, or even to cool. Another cause ascribed for the fever is, that owing to the great scarcity -and high price of water, several persons have obtained '••• • wells" on the beach north-east from the Smelting Works, and this water has been mixed with* that-from the stills. "We are not prepared to say whether either, df these alleged causes' really has anything to do with the cases of typhoid fever or not; hiiii it is certain that a very limited s...

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"SINK YOUR SHAFT." (From the Minting Journal, Feb. 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

" SINK YOUR SHAFT." (From the Minting Journal, Feb. 11 .J A capital story is told of Frank Mills. That mine, years ago, was veiy productive, and paid dividends. All at once it became poor, and level after level failed to be pro ductive of anything but vexation to the shareholders, who got thereat disheartened and alarmed. Shares became quite valueless in the market, and many were given away, though they had formerly cost a great price. Amidst this general dismay, one old share holder said " Sink your shaft." This, to the purser and agent—looking at the temperament of the shareholders generally—was easier said than done. £>tUl, as the caged starling of Sterne had but one cry—I can't get out P sor this old shareholder had but one cry— M Sink your shaft !" and he dinned it into the ears of the purser so that he could not rest; and all at once he and the agent, upon their own responsibility alone, undertook to sink the shaft, without consulting the shareholders, who might have object...

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