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

! K. & W. H. B I E X S, iflEKTGGISTS, BOOKSEII^EBS, &c., KADINA, MOONTA, ATSD WALLAROO. 1-2-c W. v W ILK I ir S O N, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, Begs to infonn the inhabitants of Wallai-oo and the adjacent townshipB, that he ks commenced businessin the shop next to Mr Sharp's; and hi hopes, by prompt attention, civility to customers, selling at moderate prices, and keeping PUKE CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS to merit their patronage. 1-2-c A CARD. WALLAROO, KADINA, AND MOONTA DL Y A S, T A I L O R, • adjoining the National Bake, PORT WALLAROO. Orders by post promptly attended to. N.B.—The sewing warranted all done by hand. No slop seizing machines used. 1-2-c B J A C O B S, • TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, XADINA. Orders from Moonta, Fort Wallaroo, and thej Mines promptly attended to. 1-2-c D A V I D BROW N, COACH BUILDER AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, TAYLOR-STREET, XADINA N.B.—Horses and Bullocks properly Shod by first C ass Slioer. Vehicles of every description made to order on the shortes...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

EXPOBTS. - — - -Cargo of tlie Jacmel Packet, for Melbourne-— 150 tons copper ore, Moonta Mining Company. Cargo of tlie Eclipse, for Port Adelaide—50 tons copper ore, Moonta Mining Company.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. .CSSOM/P^ia OWN COEBESPpKDBNT.) .•^5"'^'- Adelaide, < A |a,rgft ;meetingt of the, electors wa& lieJLd. \ttflr Bort Adelaide; ,;Mr; Bpwer was r^ecteid. .A proposition in favour of Mr Dale was carried. "Mr powner met 'the electors last night afclPeachy Belt, and was. approved of. ^Messrs English, Bonney, and "W. Owen have consented to stand for the Legisla ti|;e.«Cpuncil. There was a meeting to-day of -the Board of the Wallaroo Smelting "Works. The Board deeline being dictated to, and resolve to oppose the smelters' wishes. A dispute has arisen^ between the Australian colonies about^their boun daries. Ti is likely that Wentworth will be. included in the South Australian territory.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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The Wallaroo Times WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, FEB%. 15. The "Wallaroo Institute is deserving of more attentionthan appears to be be stowed upon it. It. is now, we believe, in the second quarter of its existence, and if we are correctly informed, the subscriptions for the current quarter j hftve not been so well paid up as could wished. This is to be regretted, and it behoves those who take an interest in the Institute to'investigate the causes of and if possible to provide .Thp^ supported in a gceat measure by the Jibje^ity of va gfejv iii^pduals-xj^irous of providing rational amusement and in struction forthe inhabitants of Wallaroo,: €«gec^^Tfbx, Our localcan^idaie^br TaHiamentary'hoiiors, Mr BowEH^ugt thelarge room near ©ur office, a;ndj>resenfced it free--for &vo jJi j -B. | Toux&^fv^^Hteaaidsome donation of bodies, SteiLl&n;' Thomas Elder gave a donation of money andlias promised some and Mr Gt^obge Yoi?2*0^n^eftaJf o^^aptaiii Hughes, lias also^epntnbutej to the funds. » The....

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ■ j&jghabd Rentbey.—Your letter -will appear in our nest issue.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

Election Notices. ?jp6 D A VID BO WEB, ESQ., WALLAEOO. Sir,—-We, the imderaigued, Electors of Port Adelaide, Wallaroo, Kadina, and Moonta, feeling assured ofyour fitness to represent this District in £he House of Assembly, respectfully request that ;you "will allow yourself to be nominated as a Can •clidatein tlie: ensuing Election for a Member of *;he House of Assembly, in the province of South. Australia. We are, Sir, Yours most respectfully, 'J. B. Shepherdson, S.M. Wm. Square <G. F. Wyatt Jdfd.!Fxaiice J. 2Sottie W. L. Mackie Gavin D. Young, J.P. Wm Fisher J.B.Austin W. F. Foster If. J. Caire James Harvey T- A. 3feughten W. Graham B. S. Baddy A. F. Taylor Thos. Burehell R. J. Graham J. Emerson Richard Webster Robert Bowden Thos. B. Hart John Bennett Thos. H. Hall Richard Haselgrove Thos. Davies John M. Waifce W. Heaming Thos. Gard J. W. Blake John Finches B. Mockridge William Toner John S. Cudlip Vm. Opie Peter Willes H. Wigzell J. Messent C. Whitford 3>. Lynch Joh...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

MINING NEWS.~ We have only spacethis ' publicatfon for a very brief resume'oi jninihgnews. - The Moonta mines are yielding steadily 1500 to 1600 tons-of rich ore per month, "and we believe without much difficulty, -if the inducement were sufficient, the quantity could be increased to 2000 tons. We shall take another opportunity of giving a detailed description of this and other mines. ,. :, The yield of the Wallaroo mine is about j equal to that 'of the...Moonta, b^it the . strike V amongst the, - smelters has temporarily v deranged the regularity of the arrangements for sending a.way the x>re. J The secondary inines are all doing well.: The Yelta is turning ont some fine ore, and; the show in liancock's ^haft-is greater 'thaii it has yet been. In the captain's last report he says: —" When the air shaft (below the 12 fathom level) is knocked th^ongh^ from the 12 to the 22 fathom level, it is -probable we shall have discovered say 200 tons of ore, averaging at least 16 or. 18 per ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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THE SMELTERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

TB0B SMEtTE^'SEIKE. On Monday, abotit noon par-meeting of the smelted "and the - public * took place at "the Wallaroo Bmpfor the purpose of l^arning the result of an interview" betweenMr Young and ^Messrs prance, Anderson.JYhitford, Hooper, and Harradine,. who4>n tligit morning had gone, as a deputation of ^e smelters to Mr Yonng, with a memorial signed Sv ninety-five "smelters, praying that an investigation he made inib ;the charges laidagynst Captain' Jones, aiid promising that if^«uch an investi gation were made, and Captain Jones sus-j pended in the meantime, they would imme-, diately return to work. f Captain France stated to the meeting that flie memorial, had been duly presented , to Mr Young, and that his answer was that the Directors could not entertain it; that the men by striking had put themselves "out of court "—had put themselves off the establish ment ; and that anything- they had to say could "not now be listened to, but that they were perfectly at liberty to retu...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

Hotels, &c. E L D R I D O B (Late Laistxclobi) of the Junction Hotel JSFobth-Road), PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, POET WALLAROO, 8-2-e w I L L I A M S Q U A E E, GLOBE HOTEL, J O HI -TERR A C E, PORT WALLAROO. 1-2-c PRESTCE OF WALES HOTEL, MGONTA. M WEEKS returns his thanks to the people • of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the liberal patronage they have accorded him, and hopes, by continuing to keep nothing but the best drinks, to merit a continu ance of their favours. N.B.—The best accommodation for travellers ; also, good Stabling and Stockyards. M. WEEKS, 1-2-52 Proprietor. rB U R C H E L L, • WOMBAT HOTEL, EADD5TA. If.B.—Good accommodation for Travellers and others. 1-2-c JJ E N B Y LESTER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, POET W A L L A E O O. A Private Commercial Boom, good Beds, and the best Stabling in Wallaroo. Daily papers regularly filled, and also English papers by each maaL 1-2-c O B E E.T W O O D H E A D, SMELTERS' HOME, PORT WALLAROO, Nothing but the beBfc Liqueur k...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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IS IT RIGHT? TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

0: IS IT EIGHT? ■ TO THE IDITOB <5F TH33 WA1LABOO Tnm). Sib,—I beg a short -space in your, paper to arouse the . electors of r&a&na;; '-Mopnt&f gnd' Wallarpo in particular to tfr&r best intent. ,Jf J^, 1st, Do. we need to spend ^805000, tiukyeair Government,im^gmtion^to import a large nuJQ»EL ber of miners and others to displace tlioseresidiiig here, and reduce the wages of others ? Ijajjii,. Is it right to 'spend public mp|Ley ohimmigrefaon to so large aai extenty todMeglect to provide a supply of^ood Tvaterin~onrifare&^ and leave us with all but ii&passaMe I say it is not.; Is it-feir tb i» imjort labourandneglecttoTiraintlm^distTictTsf'thB'sal.t; water, a work-which ia' so properly developing the imallsay*nb. Is it fair to-protect the^chmanVcapitalby importing me-nhere at the public expense, injury of every working ina|icojbny ?f If ithat an e^I-svaqitie inter jrest, as labour Ekefc--" tors,lookout^riiisuiida~gt>^"I]an...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

POLICE COURT—POET WALLAROO. Monday, February 13. (Before J. B. Sheplierdson, Esq., S.M.) , William Price was ordered to be imprisoned seven days for being drunk in the public street at Wallaroo onSunday the 12th. • ' John. Sichards was charged with assaulting and bating Henry Brooks on the 11th. The infor mation was allowed to be withdrawn .upon the defendant paying expenses.. 'Heniy Dawson, a seaman of the [Fairfield, Readied guilty to being drunk on Saturday last, and was fined 5s.—The same defendant" pleaded guilty to a, charge of malicious damage to d win dow at the Globe Inn. The damage was proved j to be £2 10s, and die defendant was ordered to j pay that amount, in addition to a fine of 10s. j *> Thomas .Harrison and John Johnson were | brought up, charged with loitering about the i public streets at 1 o'clock op Sunday morning, and not giving a satisfactory account of them selves. Corporal Besley said he did not wish to press the charge, and the prisoners were dis charged...

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

RUSSIA. The Russian government in Poland has closed seventy-one monasteries and four con vents because they did not contain the canoni cally-prescribed number of monks and nuns. Thirty-nine monasteries and convents have been shut up because their inhabitants assisted their fellow-countrymen during the rebellion. The St Petersburg journals publish official documents which show that the Russian go vernment has been for some time back engaged in the preparation of measures intended for the complete denationalisation of Poland. All offices of any importance are to'be filled hence - fosth by Russians. . Russian peasant colonies are to be established; the Polish Catholic clergy are to be placed under the strictest sur veillance, and an active propaganda is to be set going on behalf of the Orthodox Church. A letter from General Mouravieff, addressed to the government, recommends the gradual removal of the minor nobility from Poland, and suggests their deportation to Siberia as colonists. T...

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

A LL descriptions of JOB PRINTING^ can ajL-; now jbe executed at the " WALLAHOO fDlES " Printing Office. • f J?os£er8, 'Circulars, Cards, Bill Headings, &c.? &c.\ IN JiNx COLO UK, executed in a workman like manner, and on the shortest notice. .

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 February 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. DEBITED. Satur^^d^iarj ton, luaster^fi^^TojftAd(3aide. ; . i'\ 'Simdai^p^tfaiy '''l^ftpyal ^Heptieiti, «vs», Ward, master, from Porf Adelaide, ._'. : ;?V Same «day—Adelaide, selionner, G. ..Coleman, master, from-^ort Adelaide. H.'T>. Grouge, agent.

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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. W ALLAROO TIMES" SCALE OF CHARGES. Four lines and under .... : Two Shillings lines ... ... Three Shillings Eight lines : ... ... . Four Shillings And every additional line, Threepence. Scale of Discounts. Three insertions ... 121 per cent ' Four inBertions ... 16 per cent Six insertions ... 25 per cent |\ Twelve insertions ... S3 per cent f Twenty-six insertions and over ... 50 per cent ; It is particularly requested that advertisements bordered for a specific time, otherwise they -will t>e continued until countermanded, and charged ^or'acoBrdihgly. ' Shipping. ,# STE AMTO PORT WALLAROO AND POET AUGUSTA. T HE Screw- Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, JI. Waed, 35"8q., Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, -Sir/ Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta* oil'' SAxuitDAY, iTehruary 11.. v „ „, 25. „ March 11. ■ » « 25. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, -on . THURSDAY, February 16. „ March 2. »» » 16. ' ■* »» »» 30. J....

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

CLEAKED. Monday, February J3—Hoyal Sliepberd, s.s., for Port Augusta.. Tuesday, February 14—Jacmel Packet, brigan tine, 115 tons, Dawes, master, for Melbourne. Same day—Eclipse, schooner, 72 tons, Yeo, master, for Port Adelaide. *

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

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Contest, from Port * Adelaide— 771 pkgs, Moonfa Mining Company ; 4000 bricks', 1481 pkgs, Smelting Company; 12 bales hay, A. France ; 12 pigs, if. !B. Austin ; 15 do, Bounse vell; 7 do, Nankervis ; 309 bales and bags chaff, ^Railway and Pier "Company; 144 bags chaff, F. Stacey; l spar, J. }Iay. Cargo of the Royal Shepherd, ^from Adelaide— 2 pkgs, S. A. Banking Co.; 1 lihd stout, Olifant; 2 pkjgs, Captain~France; 4 pkgs, Birks; 29 bags potatoes, ,5 do onions, Levido; 11 pkgs, Tuma and Kiiobbe; 2 do, Bails and Pinnick; 4 do, Haselgrove; 8 do, Adams; 8 do, Bower; 1 do, Tydeman ; 64 do fruit, 7 do vegetables, Levis; 2 pkgs, Duncan ; 4 do, Harman; 10 bags bran, W. 'Bray; 8 pkgs, T. H. Hall; 10 bags potatoes, 3 pkgs, Sharp; 1 box, Bruce; 1 do, Crane; 1 parcel, Pleinness; 1 do, Colwell; 1 do, Wilson ; 21 pkgs fruit, 14 bags potatoes, Cook; 1 spring-cart, Opie; 7 pairs naves, T. "Ward; 3 do do, Simmons ; 4 do do, 1 parc-el, G-. Ward; 2 pkgs, Wilkinson • 15 do^ Evers; l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865

Election Notices. ^ V ' • " •.»« * •. - -• >'• ' BISEftlCT of EO&T ADELAIDE.— I hereby give notice that by virtue of Iter Majesty's writ to me directed, commanding me to . ip^beteed to the ELECTION of TWO MEM\x=req-\ S£BS to represent the district of Port Adelaide In the' JIouse pf Assembly^! shallatnoon on the 15th .day- of jFebfuary instant, attend at the chief Votfeig^pliibe, Port Adelaide, and then and there declare the najmfeof-those persons'who hare been duly proposed and seconded, and have consented to su& if elected; and in the.^ent of,more than two" persons'being duly nominated, I further give notice that on the let day of March next, at the cftdtef Voting-place, and at such other Voting\x=req-\ placesasare appointed by th6~8Md district, I shall by myself and deputies.proceed.to take the votes of persons qualified to rote for members of the House of Assembly. ANTHONY HALL, Returning Officer 3?ort Adelaide District. Chief Voting-place—Port' Adelaide. Other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865

Hotels, &e. JE L D R I D a E • (Late Laotdloed of the Junction Hotel ISToeth-Boaiq), PRINCE ©E WALES HOTEL, POET WALLAROO, 8-2-c I L L I A M SQUARE, GLOBE HOTEL, JOHI-TESEACE, POET WALLAROO. 1-2-c PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, MOOOTA. M WEEKS returns his thanks to the people • of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the liberal patronage they have accorded him, and hopes, by continuing to keep nothing but the best drinks, to merit & continuance of their favours. . If.iB.—The best accommodation for travellers; also, good Stabling and Stockyards. M. WEEKS, l-2-j>2 Proprietor. Tb u r c h e l l, • WOMBAT HOTEL, EADINA. N.B.—Good accommodation for Travellers and others. 1 1-2-c JJ E N E Y LESTER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, PORT W A L LA boo. A Private Commercial Room, good Beds, and the best Stabling in Wallaroo. Daily papers regularly filed, and also English papers by each maiL . 1-2-c O b E r T WO O D H E A D, SMELTERS' HOME, PORT 'WALLAROO, Nothing but the best Liqour kept...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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ON MINERAL LODES. (From the Mining Journal, December 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 18 February 1865

Cm MINERAL. LODES. (From the Mining Joumal, December 17.) Mr Hobeet Hunt, F.R.S., in a lecture at the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, said —No claes of men can give so much aid in the solution of the problem which we desire to solve—that is, the discovery of the law or laws 'which regulate the formation of metalli\x=req-\ ferous lodes—as miners 5 and in the .hope that; some of them, when they know what points demand examination, and require to be accurately recorded, will give the world the benefit j . of their; position and experience, I venture to trouble the society with these notes. Two points, and as far as I am aware two 4 only appear to have been sufficiently noticed "to be regarded as settled. - These constants, if I may be allowed that expression, are—first, the main general, direction of metal-bearing lodes. If we have not a law to guide us upon this point, we certainly have the dim perception of a law, for we find, though the fact has been disputed by some, that the...

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