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ST. VALENTINE AND HIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

ST. VALENTINE AND HIS DAY. St. Valentine was one of those noble priests of Rome, who in the early days of Christianity was not afraid to open his month in defence of his religion, and boldly denounced paganism. So unsparing were his denunciations against the tenets of the false religion, and so success ful was he in gaining converts to Christianity, that he was apprehended by the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Claudius, and sent to the Perfect of Rome. That functionary, finding all his endeavour's fail to make Valentine forsake his faith, sentenced him to a cruel death. The worthy priest was, on the 14th day of February, about the year 270, brutally beaten with clubs, and then beheaded. The greater portion of his remains were first buried in a stately church dedicated to hismembry, and are now in the church of St. Praxedes at Rome. Not long after his death the martyr was canonised—a church was built at Rome to his 'memory, and one of the <rates nf t.h<» Eternal City, ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

anacet.i.ajteotrs shipping. The Bo^al Shepherd came in with, her accus-1 tomed punctuality on Sunday afternoon, and as ] usual, when -ike weather lis fine, a large number - of-persons were assembled on tie jetty and adja- S cent banks to witness her arrivaL On the fol lowing morning .she left for Port Augusta, taking. from thisplace Mr Mbrris, who has gone for the purpose^ of carrying out bis contract -with 4be ( G^caraii^ the pipes from Woolun dungaSpringsto the Port.

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NEGRO CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

NEGRO CHARACTERISTIC S. I met in Washington a lady as loyal of course as she was accomplished, who told me that she once owned a female slave. The poor Woman was about to become a mother. My informant—as it is the kindly custom of Southern ladies to do—busied herself in pre paring for the advent of her bond-servant's infant. In good time she gave the slave money to purchase baby linen. " Well, Peggy," she asked one day, " what did you buy ?" The slave told her. She had bought a silk umbrella 1 Such was her notion of a layette. Were this a solitary instance, or one that I had heard at second hand, I should be ashamed to quote it; but hundreds of witnesses could, if needed, be put into the box to prove how utterly childish and irresponsible the vast majority of these poor people are. From the old slaves who crawl about the houses of their owners, fed for nothing and not worked, say ing and doing what they please, and sleeping with their feet so thrift into the embers on file hearth th...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, April 21. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

BUILDING- MA.TEEIM1S. B.etaii». . - .. Ueu&, 9x3 ... u u / Ditto, eavm, extra each cut . O- O Ditto, ILx3y«oM ... 0 0 . _81j J)jjbtOjditto,jBawjieacli cut p Of Battens, 7x3, solid ... 0 0 |> Ditto,ditto, eacli cut . * 0, i 0 7 i> 4 2i $ta3tijgy Bavk^ 3x'^2/t-id, per ^'ISp ... 6 10 0 4 i 3 ';r ;:..om o xi.iia ... 012 o ;JBifct<V 4ifcto» HobMton — -

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FREE AND EASY AMERICA LIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

EJEUEE AKD EASt AMERICA LIFE The piazzas, then, are the chief lounging and loafing places of Saratoga, (writes Mr j jtoeriean correspondent of the DailyTetegraph). There you^see " Brothers the Prophet,*', and Brothers the Prophet may see you. There everybody is to he met ; for purpose of pleasure <ir for business. What -do you lack ? —" What's -your will ?" i liou must gGHfeo the piazzas of the 41 States" to haye it gratified. Iteyouiiambitioii to flirt, ■ toxtat^togb to sleep, to ^U*l^, :i» pull wires, to lay pipes,'or to grind axes, fevery one of those operations can be performed under the piazzas. All that is worth seeing in Saratoga is pottering about the piazzas at some time or other of the day; and unless you wish to be a hermit you must needs go there too. There is not the slightest neces sity for your being a guest at the United States Hotel to the free piazzas. You may have the entire run of them for nothing. You become a honorary member of this gigan tic out-of-...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

WALL.AKOO, WEDNESDAY, MAT 10. The stream of immigration is now flowing with tolerable steadiness to this colony. Eight or ten days since there was a " freshet," whenthe amYal of the Clara and the Burlington on two following days brought near 650 souls to our shores. The opponents of" immigration will pull i long faces at such an accession to tlie population, and begin to tiemble for the* statebfi&e laboifrmarket,but T^Jthinfc inhere is no need to fear , a gliit. TIlIi Adelaide papers state thatrit wiis likel^ that at the end of a week from th^ir* arrival nearly all the immigrants woMd have met with employment or have joined their Mends. Out of the number there are probably not one-third ablebodied labourers—or say 200—so that the rate of wages is not likely to be affected by so small a number. One important fact which is generally lost sight of, is, that new arrivals immediately become con sumers ; and even supposing they did not j immediately find employment, they begin dir...

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WHAT A BLIND MAN CAN DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

WHAT A BLIND MAN CAN DO. | John Metcalf was born in Knaresborough in 1717, the son of poor working people. At about 6 years of age lie caught the small-pox, and became totally blind. Is there anyone of us who could possibly have commenced life with greater drawbacks ? He had some ' advantages—a good head, a good heart, and • great physical health and power. Let us watch his career. In six months after the fever had left him he was able to feel his way from the end of the street and back without a guide; at 9 years old he eoald go on a message to any part of thje town. He went bird's-nesting: was an expert climber, . and mounted almost any tree with case. He learned to ride, and delighted above all things in a gallop. He kept a dog and coursed hares; in fact, he was the wonder of the town. He learned to swim, and once saved the'lives of three of his companions. He was a great diver; dived once into a deep hole, and rescued^—not a man—-but a bale of manu facturer's yarn. He played the...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

WALLABOO PRICES CURBENT. '■Wallaroo, April 21. j yvatar, os per una. • ; Bet att/. Barley, 6s:6d; pats, 7s ; pollard; 2s 2d; bran, Islldto 2s j chaff, 9sto 9s 6d. V^v ■ } ■ BREAD A3S3) FLOITB. : • Bread, 4$d to £d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf ': 48s per bag • " . • BUTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 5d to 8d.per lb Port, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to 7dper lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb Lamb, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr •" ' " ' DAIBT PRODUCE. Bacon, Is Od per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh, Os Od lb Prime Do, salt, Is 6d 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, Xb 6d per doz PISH. OvBters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to'ls 6dperdoz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to Is per doz FBtnr. Almonds, dried, 9d Peaches, 3d per lb Apples, 3£d Plums, 6d per qt Apricots, none Pears, 3d per lb Grapes, 3d per lb Xemons, 3d to 4d each VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 5d to 8d Onions, 4d per lb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

Hotels, &c. PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL) MDONTA. Tyr WEEKS returns his thanks tothe people I JjjL<i ^ of Moonta, and strangers yjsiting tlie Mines, for the liberal patronage they hare accprdedhim, arad hopes, by continuing to keep _ nothing but the best drinks, to merit a continu .jiace of theirfavours. : v; . ? The hest accommodation for travellers; ', fileo, good Stabling and Stockyards, . — ■ M. WEEKS, 1-2-52 Proprietor. TT V. MOYLE begs to inform Ms friends JLJL® and ihfr piib^lie generally, that he Has ta&en theEXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately occupied by Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes by strict attenticai to bosiriess, and a supply of the best Liquors, to receive a continued share of rapport. «3.—Qopd Stabling and a supply of water always onhand. H. V. MOYLE, .. . 4-2-? EADINA. E L D B I D a E • (Late Lasblqed of the Jttnction Hotel Noeth-Boad), PRINCE Off WALES HOTEL, POET WALLAROO, 8-2-c WHITE LION INN, KADINA. W. WILSON begs to notify to his friends '9F • - i...

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LABOUR MARKET. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

LABOIJE MARKET. April 21. J Miners, 45s -vreeK Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpsnters, 10s to lls^ Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8b do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 21 ewt., lis. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, lis. Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, 12s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per toil of 20 cwt., 10s.

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

ADELAIDE SHIPPED. Arrived.—May 8. Penola, steamer, from Melbourne. 9. CIarend6n, brig, from Dan ediu; Minnie Dike, schooner, from Circular Head. - -.• •:

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SHIPPING NEWS: ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

SHIPPING NEWS; AUKITED. Sunday,. May 7—Royal Shepherd, 8,8., 300 tons, H, Wafd, mast^&om PortASelaide. J. B. Austin; agent; P^ ^a^6ngersrr-Mj^ Baker, .Messrs Bell and Stokes, in the cabin; and B»EHzfji^th-M^y^Uzab^iih. Mitchell, C. Boss, wife, rand, four, children, C.. Merton, T. Bowe, M. Bussell> and two - children, in the steerage. Same day—Adelaide, schooner, GL -Coleman, master, from fort Adelaide. H. D. Gouge, agent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

STEAM TO- POET WALLAROO A35TD AUGUSTA. H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, PWasd, Commander, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, May 20. The BOYATi SHEPHERD -will, on her return tripj i^Ve Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on . THURSDAY, May 11. J. B. AUSTIN, " '•••. ' Agent, 1 4"d Port Wallaroo. NOTICE TO CONSIGOTES, PES SHIP "HABBIET HOPE." I .JjL Claims for damag^ pi short delire^ iiips^^|)e rendCTpd in duplicate o£~ *>r fbeallowed. I , r 0QHYeyaiices. MOST AeBEE^lES AND P [ ' "SO SEA SIGSi^S. -i._. - ..v'i.:^\?i::;r~. ^OOlJBBEVEIlfS well-horsed and comforfc Jj|/ able Wallaroo Coach leaves Kadina oil; Mondays, Wednesdays, and IMdayvat ~6 a.m-3 aamving at Salisbury in time ibr the last train to Adeleade; «nd leaves Salisbury the same dajB ?or]£adktaon arrival <jf first train from Adelaide. The easiestand cheapest lhie, and xio seasick-; jjess. .•*•.• MOST PLEASA2ST AND EXPEDITIOUS ffWE COACH leaves KADINA for CLINTON JL &t 7 A-ii., ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

IMPOBTS. Cargo of the: Royal Shepherd, from Port Ade laide—1 trunk, Wenlock and G-uraer; 1 case, Hart j 1 bale, Sparkman; 1 do saddlery, Morris and Milsom; 1 parcel, Wilkinson ; 2 cases books, Lloyd ; 1 bundle^ Captain Hay ; 1 case, Birks; 4 do fruit, 2 bags onions, Levido ; 1 case, Clinch and Co.; 4 hhds ale, 3 cases porter, 1 do brandy, E. JT. Gough; 3 do sundries, 1 do sewing machines, Messent; 4 pkgs tinware, Holmes; 15 pigs, Ch. D. Sands; 0 do, Duncan ; 14 do drapery and sundries, Gaddjand Yorke; 7 do groceries, ScarfeandBurden; .3 cases champagne, Brown; 1 hhd ale, 1 do porter, 1 do rum, 1 qr-cask brandy, 5 casks porter, 10 do ale, 5 cases do, 10 do gin, 10 do brandy, 6 do whisky, 6 do ginger wine, 6 do balm,' Weeks; 1 cask, Yelta Mining Company; 1 case, 20 bags flour, Dicken son and Berriman ; 1 hhd xum, 10 cases brandy, 10 do beer, Burchell; 1 parcel, Order? lbox, Mis Bruce; 4 pkgs, <3-. D. Young; 3 do, Furner and Go.; 6 casks porter, 9 cases do, 6 do balm, 10 do ...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

CLEARED. - Monday, May 8—Itoyal Shepherd, s.s., Ward/ master, for Port Augusta. Passenger from Wal laroo-rMr Morris.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Saturday, 3.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

TliLEGRATDTC (fEOST OUB OW29" COEEESPONDENT.) Saturday, 3.20 p.m3f Yesterday, Sub-Inspector Davidson and Sergeant Conneli shot Ben Hall ?iear Forbes. His body is riddled through. An inquest will be held. , Tuesday,£ {kbl • Mr <3. S. Hare, Manager of Bailwi.^ has been dismissed, and Clarke, Buddy, and Bramford have been reprimanded. Parliament met to-day. Boimey's motion for the abrogation of the waste lands renewal cl£u!so * yfaM carried. Mr ISeales' Mining Cotiipames Bill on the cost-book system was reada &st time. - v.

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ON POETRY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

ON POETRY. TO THE EDITOfi OF THEWAKiABGOTISpSS. .. i ■ Sir,—I am a man indifferently fond of poetry, and flatter myself I can appreciate true poetry when I meet with it. I ha,ve seeja some readable lines in the Waixaboo Times, but do let me entreat of you not to insert such frightful doggerel as that about the fencing of the Geme^ry. Surely that was written j>y some one in the Timber trade, for the head that composed, • " Oh! have you yet a Briton's soul, t Which ne'er can petrify; This stigma from our homesteads roll— Enclose our Cemetery—" - would not have to look far to find timber enough to do the fencing required. I don't mean to insinuate that it was D. B M.P;, who perpetrated anything so awful. I,should as soon suspect him of forgery as of poetry. I have heard that the F—k—t writes verses, but don't believe he wrote the lines above quoted. The piece is hardly worth criticising, but a few remarks may not be quite lost on the author, if the person has brains to under stand t...

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MOONTA. May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

moonta: (from que oto correspondent.) . May 4. | We have at length had a splendid rain. The quantity of rain retained' is something considerable, and a scarcity is no longer to be apprehended, as appearances still indicate a fui$her supply. '• ; ' .• -,' Mr Rogers, in company with Mr D. Bower, was at Moonta to day,-anti very little diffi culty will toe experienced in the„selection of asitefor the dam or reservoir to supply the township with water. "We heard that Mr Rogers, through some oversight on the part of the Commissioner -of Public Works, had mo ^Str^tidMTto include Mpouta in his i«gorti hiit through the exer^n^of; Bower, who ielegraphedto Mr Diitton, the ' The expedieppy of. ^ Jo^Memier .was .illustrated: in this case, as hadnot Mr Bower been on the .spot, the officer in: question might haye gone back to Adelaide without our knowing here that lie had no instructions to cometo this place. ■ The inhabitants -h^re^ must fee np jiad : doi&g, && Mr Rogers w...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. (Before Mr J.B. Shepherdson, S.M, and Messrs Duncan and Nation, J.P.'s) FULL JURISDICTION—CIVIL. HART V. BAILEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

LOCALCOUKT—KADINA Wednesday, Mat 3. (Before- Mr JVB. shepherdson, SIM, and Messrs Duncan and kation, j.P.'s) i ■ ruii jurisdiction-—civiii. , ■ Hast v. Baeley. Claim for £31 4s 7d. Judgment by consent for 15s per month. , . Same t. Jeffetes. ... x Claim for £14n,2a' lOd. 'J"ui3gtaenfc sranmons.. Order-for 21 ; SiJHE TV.S^3IP30^- v Claim for £8 14s 8d.: Order 10s per month. ; -S^ws^r-T-su^i—-- - V « - Claim for £2410s 2d. Order lOs peranoixlii. "'"BlBKS.Xv^wiS- V" ' ,= < Claim for £2 3s 6d. Order 14 d.ays' imprison ment. ; .. ' Hoeton t: Steong. This was an aetion^for a new trial. Judgment was set aside, and-new taaal ordered-on the usual terms as to costs. .' '. ; WniiAMsoN v. Tait. . : This was a similar application with a like order. CEMTSTAJ, JUBISDICTI02T. John Peard was charged with, assaulting Hum phrey Trounce, and wasfinedlQsandcosts. . .. . John Carter was charged mth assaulting Eliza beth Smith at this "Wallaroo Mines. The infor mation was dismissed. Mr Emerson ...

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GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANT BONDS. TO THE EDTTOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 May 1865

GOVEmTMENT IMMIGRANT BONDS. TO THE EDTTOE OB THE WAMiABOO TISIES. j Sir,—On Tuesday last, at the Port Adelaide Police Court, an information, laid , by the Immigration' Agent J against a woman ofthe name of Walters, to recover the amount of a' bond which she had entered into before i leaving England aii emigrant in the ...ship ! Adamant, resulted in a nonsuit. It appears that the bond was of the ordinary character iind^r the jpr^ent regulations, viz., that if the party did not stay in the province for the fall term of three years, they > would become liable to a ,penalty, of twenty pounds. "At the time the Goutract was made the woman was in u state of single blessedness, perhaps with very little hopeof making a change. However this did take place, and after tiie lapse of nearly two years, her husband—who sne had sworn on the.altar of God to love, honour, and obey —fijads it niecessary to leave the colony, per haps,likes6me of our squatters,- merely for1 a change, afterwards to ret...

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