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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 23. Retail. Barley, 7b'Od; oats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 3d; bran, 2s; .chaff, lis. I BBEA3) AND FIOUB* Bread, 4|d to 6d per 2 Flour, 3d per lb lb loaf ' 48s per bag BUTCHEB HEAT. Bee£ 5d to 8d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to 7dper lb Veal, 7d tb lOd per lb | liamb, 3s 6d to 4s *Jd Sausages, 6d per lb per qr " DAIEE pbodttce. Bacon, ls3d to Is M^lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh, 2s Od lb .j Prime Do, £aUy ls.4d Do, English, Is 6d Oheese, colonial, 1« 6d Milk, 8d per quart; Do, English, Is 9d do Ducks, 8s per pair Biggs, 28 Od per doz Fowls, 56 do ;:r- . MSH. Oysters, none : Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, mMe Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Grabs, none . ''i VJtUlT. jjUmonds, dried, dd Peaches,none , ; . Apples, 5d to 6§d Plums, none Apripots,none. ; Pears, none - Grapes, none LemonB, 3d to 4d each VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 6d to is Onions, 4d per lb Cucumbers, none Potatoes, 10s per cwt Carrots, 5d per bunch (Warrnambool) French Bea...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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EXTENSIVE FRAUD AND CLEVER CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

EXTENSIVE FRAUD AND CLEVER CAPTURE. On the 16th of December last Mr Robert Simpson, of the firm of Robert Simpson & Co., warehousemen, 3 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, reported at the Central Office that a woman had presented him a note purporting to be signed by Mrs Dr Morison, of Florentine Bank House, and asking him to send her an assortment of cloaks for selection. Mr Simpson immediately made up apaTcel of six cloaks, and sent them with the woman, accom panied by his head milliner and message boy. Under pretence that Mrs Morrison had taken ill while in the city on a visit, and was then to be found at the house of Mrs Smith in Dundas Street, this woman led the party in that direction. She took them up a stair at 92 in that street, iand on arriving at the door of a house on the stair pretended to feel her pocket i fur the key of the door, which failing to find, she requested the message-boy to allow her to leave the cloaks in her shop at the foot of the stair, as she had left th...

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MURDER OF A FATHER AND MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

MUBDER OF A FATHER AST) MOTHER. The Court of Assizes of the Puy-du-Dome was engaged nearly the whole of last week in trying a man named Pelissier on a charge of having, more than four years since, mur dered his own father and mother, and so dis posed of their bodies that no trace of them could be found. The old couple were living, at the beginning of I860, in the town of Mar ingues, the husband being 70 years of age and the wife 60. Pelissier had been an old soldier of the First Empire, but had turned baker. He had a son, Jean, who was married, but had no children, and a daughter, Franjjoise, married to one Moraud. Pelissier had been always remarked in the neighbourhood for the brutality of his character. He had of latter years constantly been heard to say that when people's parents became old and useless they ought to be got rid of. In the beginning of 1860 quarrels as to money matters arose between him and his parents, and he induced the whole family to set out for Riom, a town 19...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

EXPOBTS. Cargo. of the I/iibra^ for Port Adelaide—200" fcoiiB ^opper, Wallaroo Mining and Smelting Com pany. . -Cargo of .the .Omeo, for Port Adelaide—25 tons copper, Wallaroo Mining and Smelting Com pany. .

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

IMPORTS. ■ Cargo of the Omeo, from Port Adelaide (arrival reported in our last issue)—6 casks porter, 5 do ^brandy, Order; 32 bags potatoes, 15 pkgs, Dickenson and Berriman-; 8 do,-Furrier ; 18 do, S.J. Graham; 7 do, Melvin; 25 bags potatoes, ,24 .pkgs, Jamesj 1 case, Clinch ; 16 pkgs, Eland; 30 do, Hall; 100 bags chaff, 24 do potatoes, Whitford; 12 do chaff, 13 deals, 1 box, Bower; 45 pkg8, Secombe; 16 bags potatoes, 5 pkgs, K. Martin; 14do, Cook; 11 do, 17 bags potatoes, Stephens; 24 pkgs, Richards j 13 bags vegetables, 2 do maize, 2 do screenings, Wigzefi.; 3 do do, Bray; 11 pkgs,-De Graris ; 1 do, Jordan ; 1 do, Ttossiter; 1 do, Shairp; 1 do, Wallaroo Institute; 1 do, Tapley; 4 kibbles, Xarkarilla Mine; 50 pkg8j Messent ■ 3 bags vegetables, Evers; 1 box, Virigo ; 7 do, Wallaroo Mines ; 160 pkgs orebage, Ipl^, Moonta Mine. Cargo of the Boy al Shepherd, from Port Ade laide—^ cases, Smelting Works; 13 boxes, Moonta Mines 1 do, Captain Hay; 3 cases, Birks; 32 bags Charley, Axford; 2...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

COMMERCIAL, O t 11 Wallaeoo Times Office, Tuesday Evening. Tiie arrival of a quantity of horse'fodder ; from Port Adelaide has enabled teamsters to: resume work. Chaff, however, still continues high in price, and very scarce. Quantities of it, we understand, may shortly be expected from the district around Clare.■' Business generally is healthy. Meat is scarce and for the most part exceedingly tough. Vegetables in small quantities reach the market, but their prices are very high. The labour market is at present well sup plied. Notwithstanding the wintry weather with which we have of late been favoured, rain has not fallen in sufficient quantity to put much water in the tanks, and that article, therefore, continues scarce and dear. Price of distilled water, delivered, 4s 6d to 6s per hhd.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

SAILED. May 20-—Imbra* sis^, for Port Adelaide. ^ ^^BojalSh^herd, s.8., for Port Angusta i '22--Mary Stewart, for Tipara Reef. . ',22—O.toed, schooner, for PortAdelaide. Arrivals and Departures from 2ftth April, to . 2&rd J&ay, 1665. , - ' . ■ Sunday, i. April 23 -r-jBoy^: Shepherd, s.s., . Waj^, jna8ter/from Port Adelaide. Same day^BiiBtie, ^hponer,40 tons, Johnson, jitter, &om3?ortPirie. . . , , ........ - . tonsjBoisse, master, from Port Adelaide. .//*:■. ' April S&r^meo, jaw^io^iiex'^' 140. 'tonB,; ,WiJl%^ Adelaide; [:yy ' v*il-)»§i§i$y» April3 25—Mary Grant, %rig, 140 t 9i^ Sc^nt, master, &om t£e Saver Don April 3. !>. %ower, agent. Passengers-—Mrs Begent "^d^ife^i^iildrea. r • -WMnesdayj0 April 26^-Gynthia, schooner, JC. ^ipt%^|naBtesF, from Port Adelaide. i- '^i3i«^dafv April 2?—Boyal Shepherd,- s.s., r Ward, master, frqm Port Augusta. ^ , . Monday, May 1—Eclipse, schooner, Yeo, master, from Port Adelaide. D. Bower, agent. Tuesday, M...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. The Postmaster-General has announced a [■ reduction in the rates of inland postage. Hitherto, if a letter exceeded, by ever so little, the weight of an ounce, it was charged 4d., and so in proportion, all charges after the first being made by the ounce. The reduction consists in charging the rate all through by the half-ounce, so that an ounce and a half will be 3d. instead of 4d., and so on at the rate of an additional penny for every, half-ounce. An amusing book has lately been published by M. Hetzel, in Paris,11 Joseph, Oarle, and Horace Vemet," being a biography of these three generations of clever artists, with their letters, &c. Joseph's notes form a complete diary, containing his daily expenses, and the •price he received for his works, and is most interesting, as it gives a perfect picture of the life of a French artist in the reign of Louis jXV. Horace's correspondence is still more entertaining: his letters are; dated from Rome, Str: PeteFsburg, Berl...

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MORGAN'S SUCCESSORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

MORGAN'S SUCCESSORS. A most disgraceful case of sticking-up was committed on Mr D'Archy's Oxley. Station, Lachlan River, on the evening of Saturday last. As a shepherd named Mansell, who is stationed close to the head station, was return ing home with his flock, about dusk in the evening, he saw four men standing at his hut door 5 he walked- forward, and two of them entered before himandXwo of them after. A simultaneous seize was made upon him by the four ruffians, who threw him down and tied him hand and foot, taking from his pocket a small chamois leather bag^ containing ,£22 I6s 9d, viz., four five pound notes, two ones, and 16s 9d in silver—balance, less the pur chase of a horse, of this poor fellow's twelve months' earnings. Upon remonstrating with them for their cowardice in robbing, as he termed himself , a poor crawling shepherd, one of them replied, "We have been knocking about the country long enough on short allowance, and we are determined how that when we know where we ...

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PUBLIC WORKS AND IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

PUBLIC WORKS USD IMPROVEMENTS. From >some. cause or other it has been geuerdily assumed that the district gaol would i be built within the township of Port Wallaroo. Thisj-libwever, is a mistake, as the site fix^d ugon is 820 feet south of the^ township, and in a jWe%with Stir^g^street—that is, a position hot far fromtheGemetery, but on the oppo site Side of the Moonta-rbad. An; 80-acre section (lj60ju) ba&been reserved for the gaol andjground.iconnected with. it. Ample space - ii| therefore provided for the accommodation of tli6 law-breaking portion of the district for,wehope, many -ages. The gaoL, when completed, will havea frontage of 154 feet In iength, It will contain eight cells, each capable of holding from 12 to 15 prisoners, and two yards, 106 feet 6 inches long, and 80 , f^t wide respectively, which willbe inclosed , bjr ^sfcohe: wailg|-18 feet in height. Gommo- , dipt^ residences for the gaolor and^ his assis tants wili*sd£o form part «f the {raiding. It is . i...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

CLEARED. Saturday, May 20—JLiibra, s.s., M Coy, master, for Ports Lincoln and Adelaide. Monday, May 22—Royal Shepherd, s.s., 300 Ions, Ward, master, for Port Augusta. Same day;—Omeo, schooner,- 40 tons, Wells, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Mary Stewart, schooner, 65 tons, M'Doiiald, master, for Port Adelaide.

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

::: s \ • A mefetantook ^aee on Monday evening, Anrit-24, at Wmrte V'ldV: Ljon Ho|el, ^deration the desiralHbty sot {orjwng^ M j trict Council. Before the appointed hour a large number of persons—mostly miners— had assembled, and the question was discussed in a,u. animated: manner.: The- sentiments littered were almost unanimously in opposition to the formation of a Council, and so much uproarious opposition to the project was mani fested that no regular meeting took place. 'Another meeting, however, was held on Mon day, May 15, when resolutions were unani mously passed for the purpose of effecting the desired object. The annual'celebration of the opening of the Wesleyan Chapel took place on last Sunday and Monday, May 14 and' 15. The Rev. Mr-Ironside preached on the morning and evening of the former day; and in the afternoon gave an interesting address to the Sunday school children. On Monday :a tea and public meeting was held. About 100 persons sat down to an excellent repast, kin...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. ASEiyED. Sunday, May .21—Boya! Shepherd, 300 tons, "Ward, master, &om Port Adelaide. J. B. Austin, agent.-'.- • Mondays May £2—Eclipse, schooner, 70 tons, J. Yeo, master, from; Port Adelaide. D. Bower, .agent. . • Sarnie, day.—Medora, barque, 357 tons, Free body, master, from Melbourne May 6. -

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THE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

THE GALE. Port Wallaroo was visited tie 12th inst. by ft higher tide than had ever been previously expe rienced, and it was accompanied with, a gale of wind, that occasionally hardened almost into, the strength of a hurricane. The wind, which was blowing briskly from the north-west On Thursday, .increased on the following day to a' furiouiB gale, and in tlie afternoon the tide rose rapidly, and by the evening had attained a height of several feet above - its ordinary spring-tide level. Much damage has-been done. The wares made a eleari sweep over the jetty from one end to the other. The derrick used in driving the piles, for the widening of the jetty was blown down, and sever ral pieces of timber washed away. A portion of the earthwork at the end of the jetty has been washed away. Mr West, who has recently erected. a wooden cottage on the beach, was obliged with his family to evacuate the pre raises, and take oat his furniture.. The waves dashed through the house, threatening for a ...

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STRANDING OF THE SAN MIGUEL ON TIPARA REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

STRANDING OF THE SAN MIGUEL ON TIPARA REEF. On Monday, May 8, Gapt. Moore, with a boat's crew, landed at the jetty, bringing the intelligence that the ship San Miguel, of which he is master, was ashore on the Tipara Beef. He immediately reported the occurrence to Mr P. A. Nation, Harbour-Master, and afterwards forwarded a tele gram to Adelaide conveying the news of the accident, and giving instructions for the sending around a steamer to the assistance of his vessel, to Which he soon afterwards returned. He par ticulars which we have been able to gather of the unfortunate affair are meagre, although we believe reliable; The San grounded on the reef about 4 a.m. on Monday: The light of the Alexander light-vessel was seen for some time previously, bat the captain, supposing that the position of the. lightship, was on the, northern part of the reef, instead of the southern portion, steered a course; almost directly towards the light, intending to .pass it; at a distance of, about, a mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

Auctioneera/I^d ^eiits, &c. fOKEY TO LEND.^rPEOPERTY brought under tlie Seal Property Act. -•• ?T ; Tranters,1 Mortg&ges, Leases£and otkei* docu ment drawn up. ' • a~jji : - Licensed Land Broker. " Currie-street Land Office, ■ ,V_. i) - -Adelaide. 12 4 c O r B : S ' A L E~, KDI^ABA.--SEC3:^^S: NjO. 20 and 21, toge ther!215 Acres, situated not far Ironi Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. Apply to . 1' y v.' CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, " Auctioneer. Currie-sfcreet Land .Office, . ti?L -Adelaide. - • *• 12.4 c Y^FOBSALE, ON LON-Gr CREDIT. ALLOTMENTS-EAPINA : : Nos. 32, 43, .47, 54, 57; 87, and 237. Apply to . - , CHARLES ^TIDE MLAJNTST, : \ .< Licensed Laud Broker, Chirrie-sfcreet, Adelaide. , A LLOTMENTS for SABE in the TOWN MODNTA, KAJDINA, BORTHUGHES, and :?WJjLA3lOO, • CLINTON. Ct^ELES E. TEDEMANN, Land Agent. Chin&HBtreet .LandOflioe, Adelaide. 12 4 c ^ l :g B E D F B, A N C E, licmoiiER, house and 'LAND AGENT, WALLAROO. 1-2-c AJriEL THOMAS, AUCTiOJfEER ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

OL L O W A< ¥'S PUL S AT.T. DISOEDBR^AFEECTIFaTHE IIVER, Thesfe Pifls can be confidently recommended as the moBt simple and certain remedy for iiidi gestion, flatulency, aridity, heartburn, colic, con stipation, and all the many maladies resulting from disordered: stomach or bowels. In all diseases it is of primaiy importance to set the stomach right. These Pills are purifiers, altera tives, and strengthened of the. stomach. They may.be taken under any circumstances; • Though powerfully tonic, and satisfactorily aptrient, they are.mild in their operation, and beneficial to the whole system. . WEAKNESS AND DEBIBITY, NERVOUS ntRITABILITY. Thewholesomeeffeet exercised by these admirable Pills over the.,blood and fluids generally is like a charm in dispelling low spirits, and restoring cheer fulness. Their general aperient qualities well fit them for. a .domestic medicine, particularly for" females of all ages and periods of life. They; never betray any disagreeable irritatin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

Drapery, &c. EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS. WATERLOO HOUSE, "WALLAROO BAY. GABD & IORKE, IN returning thanks for the liberal support they have received during the paBt year, beg respectfully to inform the public generally, that they have greatly EXTENDED their BUSINESS PREMISES, thus affording increased accommo dation/for the comfort of their customers, as well as to facilitate business. The NEW PREMISES will be OPENED on SATURDAY, 3rd JUNE, when G. & Y. will be prepared to offer for SALE an Extensive Stock of GOODS, selected from the best markets, all of which are of the Newest and Most Fashionable 'Description, consisting of FRENCH MERINOES and LLAMAS FRENCH CAMBRICS, Plain and Fancy Plain and KNICKERBOCKER WINSEYS KNICKER CHECKED WINSEYS WINSEY SKIRTING, all Colours WOOL PLATDS, Single and Double Width PLAIN and FANCY SILKS BLACK SATINETTE and GLACES PLAIN and EMBROIDERED SHAWLS Tasmania® and Shepherd Plaid SHAWlfl Australian, Crape, and Paisley SHAWLS MANTLES and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

^ L FEE D FRANCE, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, 1-2-c A N I E L THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMIS , glON AGENT, EADINA. 1-2-c G. T Y D E M A -N, Aifi> GENERAL AGENT, e GEORGE-STREET, MOONTA. Acccrant^sales promptly rendered. Liberal rebate made to Consignees and Agents, i Bills guaranteed. - 18—£-« Jr li O I D SUM M E E S, ACCOUNTANT, LAUD AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, *HtAVES-STBEET, XADINA. * Bents and Debts Collected. • Agent for £he< Imperial Fire Insurance Com pany, andfor.theNational Building and Invest-; ment Society. . . 18-^2-c Property for Sale. 'JT'OB SALE. — MOONTA TOWNSHIP— X? Lota 181^ 191, 198; and 199. Also, to LET or SELL, SECTIONS Nos. I, 7, and 10, Hundredof Kadina, near the Cumberland Mine. Apply to B. B. COLLEY, . ? ; Adelaide. 3£ay,1865. 20 5 43 T A N D F O B S A X. E ■ - l i . in -jBLIZABETH and ARCHER-STBEETS. Apply to Mb F. STACEY. 4-2-e Cora Store. FOB SALE. of LAND for SALE in on very easy termed " Apply to 22-3-41 M. LOWER, Wallaroo....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

Auctioneers, Land Agents, &e. \-' HSJBYTO MSITO.—PROPERTY brought tmder &e Beitl Properiy Act. ■ Transfers, Mortgages, leases, and other docu-. mente drawn up. CHARLES E. TTOEMANJT, licensed Land Broker. Carrie-street Land Office, Adelaide. , 12 4 c O R S A~~ L E, EULPARA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge ther 215 Acres, situated not far ; L . from Brown's public-house. Terms easy. Apply to CHARLES E. TIDEMAM, Auctioneer. Cume-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c FOR SALE, OF LONG CKEDIT. A LLOTMENTS—KADINA : A. Nos. 82,43,47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to CHABLES 33DEMAItN, licensed Land Broke*. Currie-Btreet, Adelaide.. A LLOTMENTS for SALE in the TOWN JM. SHIPS of MOOUTA, KADENA, POET HUGHES, akd WALLABOO, CLINTON. ■;'VE. TTOEMAEOr, Land Agent. . OurxieTB^rebt Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c

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