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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, April 21. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
BUILDING MATERIALS. .. "Wallaroo, April 21. • ReTAIIn .Ueals,9 x 3 .... ... o Q 7 Ditto, sawn, extra, each cut 0 0 0| Ditto, 11 x 3, solid ... 0 0 8a jdyitto, sawn each cut 0 0 OJ Battens, 7 x 3, solid ' 0 0 5 Diiio, ditto, each cut ... 0 0 0^ Cedar Board* per foot super O 0 7 Mooring Boarfo,T&&,6xl 0 0 2£ Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, lid, per 10p ... - ... 0 10 0 Ditto, 4x3 ... 0 18 0 B^46xl,l|d 0 12 0 fiittoib6jc£ , , ... ; (hJS 0 Ditt0j9x9 ... Eatings, 1> feet, Iiaunceston 1 A 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 12 0 Laths, 3 feet^f -1000 ... 1 O 0 S fek;€,aiitp .. . _.l. _6 0 HDejikkt—Eorfland ... . 1 10 0 Soman ... . 1 0 0 Bbices, at the kiln 3 6 0 , .^B&u&AirsD iBJOSy dwt> 33s to 40s- ■ ^0r%^wt^4Os Iime,per bushel, &lt;5dto 8d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
Hotels,&c. WALES HOTEL, — -''"V MOONTA. 'rJ^^ TWi^^^ Teijvurnsl3is thanks to the people strangers visiting the MInfes,v for 'the liberal patronage they hare by cbntanuing to keep notiu8g:;l)iit the best drinks, to merit acontinu aaceof their favours. 7 N3.—Thfe'best accommodation for travellers; nfod; £6od Stabling and Stockyards. . M; WEEKS, ... 1-2-52 ' Proprietor. "jfT- ?. MGYLE begs to inform Ms friends JLjL« and the- public generally, that he has tefcen the EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately ojepupied "by Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes by etratet attention to business, and a supply of the test Liquors, to receive a continued share of 8upj&& ^ NOBi-—Good Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. V. MOYLE, 4-2^0 KADINA. X E L D E I D G- E v # (Late Lasdioed «e the Junction Hotel V SfOBTH-EpAU), PE3NCE OF WALES HOTEL, POET WALLABOO, . 8-2-o WHITE LION INN;. I A DINA. W. WILSON begs to notify to his friends # in the district that he has taken the above Large...
LABOUR MARKET. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
:: - i^bo^ Miners, -458^' week , Plasterers, 11b to 12s do j Caij^ter8, ,10s to lls^ Labourers, 7s ^ diem : - ' *" ****"" Qtiawymen, 8s do Masons, lis tolS&do JjitmpeEs, 8b do Cartage lof ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of • '* 21 CWt.,128. Pittodi%>i»mX^laMmej 12s. jDifcto 'difctb &cm ICarinaiUft Mine, 12s. Cartage of stores tothe above mines, per toil of lis. ^ "
"THESE THREE." [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
" THESE THREE." [Br Isa Ckaig.] No viewless angels by our side, With wings, but women sweet and good 44 These Three," indeed, with us abide, True types of womanhood. Yea, I, in turn, have reached a hand To each one of the blessed three, In one fair group I've seen diem stand Faith, Hope, and Charity. My Faith hath misty hair,—and eyes,, You cannot fix their changiug hue, But all the world within them lies, And all the soul looks through. Her voice doth make diyinely sweet Each song of sorrow which she sings, And saddest wisdom fills replete - With heavenly comforting^. My hope is ruddy with the flush w Of morning joy, that keeps its place, Though day has darkened, and the rush Of rain is oh her face. Her cleax eyes lookafar,asbent On shiping futures gathering In; Nought seems too high for her intent, i Too hard for her lo win. My Love.hath eyes as blue and clear As clefts between the clouds of Jane, A tender mouth whose smiles are near ; \£d tears that gather soon. Herhest and her l...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
SHIPPING N E VS.'" ASBIVED. Wednesday* April JLQ:—Eleanor,- p.s.,.? Wells, master,from Port Adeiaicie. v - &lt; J V Thursd^, May 11-t—Boyai Sheplierd, ss., BOO tons, WSmIj master, froipjPort j^i^usta.:1 J. B. Austin, agent. *'• T).\
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
STEAM TO POUT WALLAROO AND PORT AUGUSTA. T H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, l-JiLv WakDj Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port "Wallaroo and Port Angugfca, on SATURDAY, May 20. The ROYAL SHEPHERD -will, on -her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and'Port Adelaide; on THURSDAY, May-11. J. B. AUSTIN, . Agent, lid Port Wallaroo. NOTICE TO COSTSiaifEES, PER SHIP "HARRIET HOPE." ALL Claims for damage or sbort delivery must be rendered; in. duplicate oil or before SATURDAY, th# 13th ^otherwise -they will not be allowed. W, C. ELAifD, Agent, 6 5 20 Wallaroo Bay. OR WALLAROO,-r-The fast-sailing and fevpurite schooner •' '■V- : ■ ECLIPSE, . ^having nearly all her caigo engaged, will hare immediate despatch. . / , \ For fright pr passage, apply to; . .* • r ®Al?iD BO W JfiR, A^n^ WaBaroo ; . JOHN YEO; or to r mMt&iAMB. Conveyances. MOST AGREEABLE AND PLEASANT TEEP TO ADELAIDE. NO SEA SICKNESS. ITli OTJNSifi V JfiLL'S -well-horsed and comfort able Wallaroo Coach...
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. REPORT ON COLONIAL DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER. REPORT ON COLONIAL DEFENCES. The following is the report by Commander G. H. Parkin, H.M.S. Falcon, on the best means of repelling an attack on Adelaide and Fort Adelaide by an armed force— H.M.S. Falcon, off Fort Adelaide, April 15, 1865. Sir—I have the honour to submit, for your Excellency's consideration, my opinion on the " Defences of this part of the Colony of South Australia?' I have carefully studied the documents re lating to the subject which your Excellency favoured; me with, and I have visited those points which I have deemed essential to enable me to gain a fcnowledge ofthe coast. Haying given all the attention in my power to these various subjects, I shall proceed to place before your Excellency the result of my labours. 1st. The nature of assaults from , seaward that and Pprt^deMde^^are lia^fe to, and the best means of repelling suci attacks. (a.) An expeditidn^cdMBdja^ ofall arms, naval, and military, might bey organised'^ttid arrive offthe Semaph...
NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, May 8. The Tararus brings Auckland papers to the 1st instant. The Southern Cross says the war at Wan ganui is brought to a close,- the troops heing in full retreat, after a most ignominious cam paign. The Paetorea natives were about surren I dering. The troops are moving into winter quarters, determined on holding the Wereroa pa. General Cameron and his staff had arrived at Auckland* for the purpose of conferring with the Government on the £Iome Govern ment's despatches. General Waddy is in command at Patea during his absence. Eour of the mounted corps and four soldiers on Commissariat duty were surprised by the rebels near Tauranga. Private Hawkes, of the mounted corps, was killed; and Private Jury, of the 43rd, is missing. Colonel Warre, hearing that the rebels would be reinforced by the Ngatimanipotos took a position commanding the pass to White Cliffs, thus severing the commnication between north and south. Another party of troops had been dispatched to Cape...
A WORD FOR THE BOYS ON WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
A WORD FOR THE BOYS ON WRITING. When we were a little boy at school, in the first half of the present century, we often got a whack with the cane for our bad writing. If our little readers could see us now writing this, they might think we deserved it. But don't condemn us too hastily, little friends. We often thought we were unjustly punished, and we think so still. We don't suppose our schoolmaster was more severe than others of the period; in fact, on comparing notes with other boys we were convinced he was less so, for he never rapped our knuckles with the ruler, as som£ did. But we are sure he did not make sufficient allowance for the relative qualities of pens, ink, and paper. Since we have arrived at what are termed years tf dis cretion (not but what we had discretion enough at school in this matter), we have felt a great deal of pity for little schoolboys con demned to write with thick ink, on bad paper, with such wretched pens, that it was impos sible to make them even spel...
THE WRECK OF THE SAN MIGUEL. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
THT? WRECK OF THE SAN MIGUEL. FUBTHEB PARTICULARS. The San Miguel lias been abandoned, and now lies a derelict on Tipax&.IJeef. r The steamer? Eleanor which had been- telegraphed for by Cap tain Moore, arrived at the scene of the disaster on Tuesday evening, having on board Mr Hugh Quia, who had come by direction of the Marine Boardto render his assistance. The condition of • the' Vessel was found to be such as to afford no prospect whatever-of her getting off the reef. There were 8 feet of water in her at low tide, and the damaged condition of her hull was plainly indicated by the freedom with which the tide rose and fell in the hold. She had heeled over on her port side and was apparently firmly embedded on tile reef. It was therefore decided that she should bie abandoned, and she accordingly was taken possession of by Mr STation, Receiver of Wrecks.. The captain's luggage and instruments together with a portion of the ship's stores were tran shipped, and the crew left the...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Melbourne, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
NEW SOUTH WALES. Melbourne, May 9. The Treasurer stated that he was not aware whether the terms of the late treaty were being carried out on the Murray, and there upon an amendment was moved on the motion to go into Committee, expressing dissatisfac tion at the treaty. , Daring the debate Mr Martin said that he apprehended bloodshed on the Murray if the duties were collected according to the Vic torian tariff. Mr Darvall replied that no collection of duties would be made until Parliament sanc tions the arrangement.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Adelaide, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. AEEIVAL OE THE ENGLISH MA TT, (esom oue ows cokrespondent.) Adelaide, Friday, 7 p.m. The English mail has been sighted, but it is doubtful whether it will be laiided to-night, on account of the boisterous weather. ' , Groode's motion in reference to the land system was adjourned. A man fell overboard from the T. E. Boyd to-day, and was drowned. The Ooorong has arrived. She has been five days out. (From the Adelaide Papers.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 8. The exhibition of colonial gems closed on Saturday night with; a conversazione. The variety of gems was greater than was expected. There were about a score of diamonds, but all were in the rough except one. Kerosene is still looking up. The con sumption is now largef. More goldfields in Gipps Land are re ported. 0 May 9. The Mayor-of Melbourne entertained the Governor, General Chute, the officers of H.M.S. Falcon, the members of ihe Govern ment, and othjers, at & banquet in the 'Council Chamber to-day^ In ihe ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
Late Advertisements. GBEAT CLEARING SALE. ! SELLING OFF ! SELLINGS OEE ! ALTERATION OF PREMISES. ; ECONOMY HOUSE, TAILOE-STREET, KADINA. Th Hi Proprietor of this Establishment being about making EXTENSIVE ALTERA TIONS, has determined to turn a large portion of his CROCKERY STOCK INTO CASH. He, therefore, calls public attention to this par ' ticular department, in -which -will be found a large » quantity of Cups and Saucers, ranging, from 4s 6d per doz; Plates from Is 9d per dozen; and , other Earthenware equally Cheap. Also, a variety of GLASSWARE, at 10 per ' cent, under cost. - The Stock-of GROCERY "will continue as f before, at the Lowest Remunei ative prices. E, J. GRAHAM, 13 5 c PROPRIETOR. THE LADIES of the WESLEY AN SEWINGr COMMITTEE are anxious to acquaint the conuavmily that a considerable quan tity of Ready-made Clothing, chiefly suited for Women and Children, has accumulated at their meetings. On Monday next, and during the remainder of the Week, persons are invited to in...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
Mailfl close— WAIiLAfiOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, jand Thurs day, atlOp.m. " • .. "-v.; For Kadinaand Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m:; ;i i: ' KJLDINA. • [4 §@&r Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ftt& a.m. - > - % Eor 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 Eiadina and Wallarooj every day (Sundays excepted), * at 3.30 p.m.'
AN IRISH MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
AN IRISH MARRIAGE. 1 Our readers may recollect that great interst teas excited about a year ago by the marriage, under very mysterious circumstances, of Miss Quinton a young Protestant heiress, most respectably connected, to a man named Peterson, the son of an innkeeper, at Eunis killen, and a Roman Catholic. They -were married in a dark lobby of Peterson's house, by some Roman Catholic clergyman, who j was a# intangible as Pepper's Ghost; and the young lady was immediately afterwards bap tised by the parish priest, against whom a prosecution was instituted for having cele brated the marriage, but the evidence was not strong enbu^h* to convince the jury of hie guilt. liliSs Q^rinton was under age, and her guardian took immediate steps to have her made %/%ard of Chancery, and applied for an injunction to separate her from her bridegroom. They 'We're accordingly separated. She was placed/ in charge of some relatives in Dublin, and he went t6 Xiiverpool, where he is at ; present employ...
THE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
THE GALE. wind, that occasionally hardened almost into the strength of a hurricane. -wind; winch blowing briskly from the noi£h-west on Thi increased on the following day"jtoa~ rfenoticEr1 j and inJthe afternoon Ithetidejrbse Qie fivemng had attained a height -se^e damage has ibeen done. awfeej} over thejetty from one "end to^l fhe derrick used in driving widening of. thfe jetty was hlo^'dowo;;aiid^ ral pieces of timber waafoedaway. A portion of the earthwork at the end of the jetty hasbeen . "washed away. - Mr West, who has recently erected a wooden cottage on the beach, was obliged with his iamily to evacuate the pre mises, and take out his furniture. The waves dashed thrdugh the house, threatening: for a long timb to wash it offthepiles upon which it rested. 5%£he nextcotbage the water forced an entrance, and caused some- danger and no little inconveni ence. Mr Gouge'sjatore was placed in a similar predicament, whilst fears were entertained that the foundations of both the houses...
WESLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
WESLEY On our way home from chapel to-day I saw where the poor people go. It was in a great open space called Moorfields. Thousands of dirty ragged men and women were standing listening to a preacher in a clergyman's gown. We were obliged to stop while the crowd made way for lis. At first I thought it must be the same I heard near Bristol, but when we came nearer I saw it was quite a different looking man; a small man, rather thin, with the neatest wig, fine sharply cut features, a mouth firm enough for a general, and bright steady eye which seemed to command the crowd. Uncle Henderson said, " It is John WesleyHis manner was very calto, not im passioned like Mr Whitefield's; butfhe people seemed quite as much moved. Mr Whitefield looked as if he were pleading with the people to escape from a danger he saw but they could not, and would draw them to heaven in spite -of themselves. Mr Wesley did not appear so much to plead as to speak with authority. Mr Whitefield seemed to throw his w...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 13. Considering the mineral wealth and con sequent commercial prosperity of Yorke's Peninsula, it is" singularly dependent on extraneous support for the absolute neces saries of life. In nothing is this more evident than in the straits in which nearly every inhabitant of the distinct has been placed, owing to the seaieity of water during the past summer. We know we; run some risk ofbeing accused ofharping ] frequently on one string, when we com-1 menceanother article on the great Water question. ^elbafe before alluded to the preliminary steps taken by the ^OoVern ment in sending overMr EoGEBS, of the Engineers' Department, to examine and report on ..localities suitable for the for motion of reservoira We have every desire to be thankful for'small'mercies, and hitherto our feelings of :grapitiide to ifche cqitferFed? ; have petforce biMnreismctlitto thankful^ :ne£s for a vejy' fe#| " of the good things we ha^e a ri^ht to expect. But now that the new Grdvern me...