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LABOUR MARKET. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

LABOUB MARKET. May 23. j Miners, 4&s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, XOs to lie Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do " Masons, lis to 12s do ■'. - Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of . ^1 cvt, lSb. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 12s. Pitto dittofronj. KarkariHa Mine, 12s. to the above mines, per ton of

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

WiiiciABOO PBICES CUEKENT. Wallaroo, May 23. "R.tetatt. Barley, 7sOd; oats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 3d; bran, i 2s| «baff, lis. ■ BBEAD AKD PIOHB. Bread, 4|d to 6d per 2 Flour,3d peiilb • lb loaf - ; * 48? pear bag > BUTCito HEfT. v. ; • Beefj Sd to 3d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to yd per- lb Veal, 7d to 10d per lb Lamb, 3s 6d to. 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr :•■■■■■■• ' DAISY PBODtfCE. Bacon, l83d to Is fid^lb Hams, colonial. Is 2d per Butter, rfifleshi 2s Qd lb Prime Do, salt, Is 4d , Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is 6d Milk, 8d per quart Do, English, Is pd do Ducks, 8s per pair EggB, 2s Od per doz Fowls, 5s do ■ FISH". Oysters, none Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, none Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, none . KEtinr. Almonds/ dried, 9d Peaches, none Apples, 5d to 6£d Plums, none Apricpts, none ' Pears, none Grapes, none Lemons, 3d to 4d each ' VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 6d to Is Onions, 4d per lb Cucumbers, pone Potatoes, 10s per cwt Carpot8, 5d per bunch (Wa...

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

SAILED. May 29—Fairfield, Bhip, for ^Newcastle.

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

■Is*. •.: w ; ciieabkd. Monday, May 29—Fairfield, ship, 1000 tons, White, master, for Newcastle. J In ballast.;••

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

Late Advertisements. SECOND DELIVERY OF ¥IFTEE GOODS, EX ROYAL SHEPHERD. For particulars, see general advertisement in another column. I\ SPABKMAN & CO. 24 5 36 Owen-terrace. CHEISTCHUECH, KADINA. A TEA MEETING and CONVERSAZIONE on behalf of the above Church will be held in Messrs "Webster & G-ribble's New Store, Graves-street, Kadina (kindly lent for the occa sion), on FRIDAY, the 9th JUNE. Further particulars, with programme, in future advertisements. The Rev. JAMES POLLITT will preach in the above Church on Sunday Evenings, the 4th and 11th June, at €.30 p.m. Special collections on each occasion. 31 5 36 TO BUILDERS.. fJIENDERS will be received until Friday, JL June 9, at the Wesleyan Mission-House, < where plans and specifications may be seen, for the Enlargement, Completion, and Furnishing of the WeBleyan Chapel, Port Wallaroo. Tenders may be given for each separately, or include the whole work. J. PHILLIPS, 31 6 37 Secretary of the Trust. MR DANIEL T...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

OOMMEHCIAL. WatiT.akoo Times Office, Tuesday Evening. Horse feed is stall difficult to obtain.. Most of the teamshave been obliged -to leave. There are several vessels expected with, large quantities— namely, the Mandarin, barque; Jessica, barque, Capti^ Williams; The Australasian Packet, barque ; the Kangaroo, steamer; Cynthia, Ade laide and Omeo, schooners. These, we believe, are allckaitered with horse feed. Barley is fetching • Irom^fl 6d to 4s dd per bushel ; and hay, loosed trussed/ Seven pounds per ton, in the Adelaide market. These prices, after adding freight and expenses, make it difficult for the teamsters to do much; but often having to let their cattle be without -for days, is cacuse of so few offering for .employment. The Moonta proprietors are paying 12s perton each way for ore and stores. Skilled iabour is still in demand, and from the number of contracts for Government works to be built—namely, the gaol, court-house, and Tele graph office atWaJlaroo ; the telegraph ...

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

! Chaff and Corn Dealers. • "SEW"! HAT; ? COEN, • ASTD FLOim f ...-i STOEE. TITESSRS ANDERSON & OATS beg respect fully to inform their numerousfriends and the public in general, that they have recently. ERECTED^powerful One-horse , tHA^F-CUTTING MACHINE. ■ P ■' ' ■■■'.' - and are now enabled to supply CHAJFF_ in amy quantity, FRESHLY CUT, from the FINEST HAT. The Superiority of NEWLY-CUT Chaff over the ordinary kinds needs no comment. c Bran; Corn, Mour, &c., of the best description always qn Sale at the lowest rates. 35c C. W H I T I O B B, WHOLESALE" AND RETAIL G^CER, BEGS to inform the inhabifcanfa of Wallaroo that he has COMMENCED, BUSINESS in the above lind, and hopes by s&pst attention to business to merit a share of &eir pannage. CHAFF, FLOUR, BRAN, and all ^criptioiu of HORSE-FEED on hand. A large quantity of GOOD BUTTERontealp. Remember the Address—. • ;c €. WBITFOED, ; ARCHER-STREET, WALLAROOv '*r:y ■' ■■■ 7 . ■■ ■ ON SAX>& at the...

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

T- P^fefisioiial Cat^te. »t & yr. h. b t b k s ' DRUGGISTS, BOOKSELLERS, &c., KADINA, MOONTA, AND WALLABOO. 1-r^c , IJI W. W i L K I N SjO:|, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, ST AT IO N e R AND T O b A COO nis3?, WALLAROO. 20t2-£ D J. y A S' T A I L O B* • : PORT WALLAROO. J A Choice Assortment of the Newest Pattern® for inspection. 3,5 « & J* S T O fifill IMPORTERS OF PLATN AND FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &Qn , 19, CURRIE-STBEET, adelaide. 84g, Robert w. s a w d e n, blacksmith and wheel wright, graves-street, kadina, Horses carefully shod. Mining Tools of every description made to order. 1-2-c J£ eebeet 3>. G O 0 <x E, sheppina, commission, and - G-enenal"''* agent," wallaroo. Houses and Land for Sale. 2-1—c Oward, blacksmith. wheel • weight, AND shoeing- SMITH, Corner of wildman-street and john terrace. (Neabihb GlobeInn). wallaroo. a Veterinary Surgeon always in attendance. Ship's work and all orders punctually attended to. 4r-2-C

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

j^OBEET WOOD HE AD, SMELTERS' HOME, P ob t WALLAROO, Nothing but the best Liqour kept. 1-2-c ■^rEST-END BREWERY, ADELAIDE Messrs SIMMS & CHAPMAN. Agent at Wallaroo, 4-2-c H. D. GOUGE. Kent t o w n brewery, STeab Adelaide. E. LOGTJE, Proprietor. Orders by post promptly executed. 1-2-52 E U GENE 0 R o n IN, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ' CLARE. Ordinary daily at 1 p.m. Well-aired Beds. Good Stables and Stockyard, ■well Watered Paddocks. 1-2-52 Professional Cards. A N D E B S O K , BUILDER, JOHN-TERRACE and HUQHES-STREET, WALIAJtOO. Building Materials of every description always on hand. 1-2-q JJ TT & H I;0|3 & € O., SOOTCR TWEEDS, Vs. W. HOSlEB^ be,, ' CLABENCEPXiACE, ■ •'•7 EUfG WILLIAM STBEET, 15 4 c 1 fv'jife. ' ' .——' . ' •—:i 4 N I E L THOMAS, VETBfiH?AB-TSUEGEO*, KADINA .. 1-2-e ,

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HOW TO BE MISERABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

,H#J^-?TOrB$ /,sma Sit/by tke \tindaw and1 looks #ay to your neighbour ^ excellent* -mitfefon, which hie; has recently;built and J[or, and fitted tout;; ;',V^vl^\I\iira8^aiai4' raaa!" - ;<^taiigry with yoiiriseigliboiir^'^iffl .think: you-have not a irieftd in the\vaji&. Shed ia tear i'ot two^ and stakfe a w&tlfc Millie burial1 grouSd^ continually spying toyotirSciif-r1 •^Whfcn^a^I-Tie buried here^1 €or^ Mfebd^%nd hievei: forjget fiffl? aM e^fcry tiinir ihihed&y if he will ever pay that" ft6te T' ThihM1 eveiry body means to cheat your Closely examine ey^ry hi^ yqu ^ takp, '?a»d-r<ioi&t/ £&~ii$igg genuine] iiritil you have put your neighbour, to a great tj^al of. trouble. Put ii6b^dy,^and"feelieve every; jnan^you.tr^e^Jl^ to fea rpgue. possibly ^Ja^p/tt. Keyer visit the .afflictedt ^nd n:e;ver give' a farthing itQ assist the poor/ Buy as cheap asyoucan, and-screw down to the lowest mill. Grind the faces and hearts ofthe un...

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WHO IS LADY HUNTIG TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

WHO IS LADY HUNTI^GTOWEB. (From the Glasgow Sentinel.) . ■ : Some individuals seem bora to notoriety in the same-way that others are born to wealth and distinction. Indeed it is no uncommon thing to see the heir to a coronet the unfor tunate possessor of notoriety. There is no need to go far for examples, when we find Major Tfelverton, the heir to ah Irish peerage, the chief actor in a matrimonial drama which has had a run of seven years before the Law Courts of the three kingdoms ; and more recently still, we have Lord Huntingtower, the heir to a Scottish Earl, figuring as a defender in an action for breach of agreement .between him and his mistress. This is not the first time that this courtesy Lord has been before the public; but as it would be too long a story to revert to every incident in his career, unless we were to write a three volume: romance, containing the life adventures of an unlucky nobleman, it will be better, therefore, tc confine our remarks to the recent case tri...

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

'■■■ , -J'.L' Hotels,&e. PEINCE <W miiES HOTEL, MOONTA. M WEEKS returns his thanks to the people • of Moonta, and strangers Tisiting 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. HV. MOYLE begs to inform his friends • and the public generally, that he has taken the EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately occupied by Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes by strict attention to business, and a supply of the best Liquors, to receive a continued share of support. N.B.—Good Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. Y. MOYLE, 4-2-c KADINA. E L D R I D G- E • (Late Landloed of the Junction Hotel Nobth-Road), PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, POET WALLAROO, 8-2-c WHITE LION INN, KADIITA. JW. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in the district that he has taken the ...

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

NOTICE TO ADVET1SERBS. AXjLABOO TIMES SCALE OF /QHARGES. Four lines and under Two Shillings Six lines ... ... Three Shillings Eight lines Four Shillings And every additional line, Threepence. Scale or Sssooukts. Three insertions ... I2J per^oent Four insertions ... 16 per cent Sixinflertions .. . *26 per cent - Twelve Insertions ... 33 per cent Twenty-axInseriaonB and over ... 60 per cent Ii,» !»mitinned imtal e&nnteraanded, and charged £&wociu&bagfr.

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

BElOjiEyYBIGIMISISE •A-v*- .■ v (FEOM.IiOirDON), ; May be CONSULTED Mj in HOPELESS CASES, Medical and Suigical, given over by Doctors" as INCUEAJBLE. "Twenty' years* suie cessful experience gives her great confidence in undertaking cures. Consulting letters, addressed to Mrs Bennie, Physicienne, Grote-street weBt, Adelaide, en closing 10s in stamps or post-office order, will be promptly answered'; and with 15s additional (in all, 25s), Bemedies will be sent to any post town in the colony, with, her list of hopeless cases cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafness, ulcers, cancers, eruptions, nervous disorders, heart palpitations, consumptive cough, bilious indigestion, rheuma tism, lameness, dropsy, female disorders, children'*, complaints, worms &c. HOPELESS CASES CURED. MBS BENNIE'S powerful, safe, and quick curing REMEDIES—just as the railroad and telegraph are ahead of Hie old mail coaches —are far ahead of the slow bungling of the old . school doctors, with their bleeding, blisteri...

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

{ OLLOW AX'S PILL S ALL DISORDERS AFFECTING THE MVEB, STOMACH AND BOWELS. • These EQb can* be confidently recommended as the moat simple and certain remedy for indi gestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, con stipation, and all the manymaladieg resulting Jrom disordered stomach, or bowels. - In aH diseases ;it is of primary importance to set the Stomach light. Tiu»e Fills are purifiers, altera tives^and streugtheners of the .^tomach. , .They ~ may bis taken under any circumstances, '[though : powerfully tonic, and satisfactorily aperient, they are mild in their operation, and beneficial to the 'whole system. YTOAKNESS AND DEBIBITY, NERVOUS IRRITABILITY. " The wholesomeeffect 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 affy disagr...

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JACK'S CRUISE AT AN END. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

JACK'S CRUISE AT AN .END. John Howard, a weather-beaten, sun-dried mariner, of diminutive stature, without hat, jacket, or shoes, and the garments he had- on badly torn, was charged : at the Thames Police Court, with assaulting Jn. Fenge, 405 K. and E. Frency, 252 K. police con stables, in ttie execution of their duty. The prisoner had lately been paid off, and had contrived to get rid of all his wages, and the. ne^ 4' rig out " which be purchased when lie came on shore.; He. w&g i.dra^ag; at ^feeVeral grog-shops, treating the women, singing, capering, and indulging in all manner of prac tical jokes. When all his money was gone, he began to be mischievous, and capsized every one before him. Thepoiice interfered, and told him to go home, which he refused to do, and assaulted the, constables. Fenge attempted to seize him, and he struck him three times in the face and marked him, and also hit bun a violent blow on the chest and knocked him backwards. Fenge attempted to seize hi...

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EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE OF AN OLD SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

EXTRAOEDDsTARy SUIGIDK OF AN On Monday, March J.3, Mr Payne,Scoroner for the <3ity and Sotithwark, held ani inquest respectingthe death of John Hackett, aged 62; late a corporal itiHhe 69th 4§uUivah, ; -2, Bjrewfer's-turning,; Yine-^eet, -deceased cami to iodge with 'mie two months agOi He had been a corporal* in the 60th jRifles, but he was dis of ;iU-he;alth ^rom ' ezgosiias clima&e of India thirmg the , miitiny." He sfcited thkt his wife,died a month • since. Hegot workatPickleHerrih^Wh^rf. On Thursday .morning he was>called to go to. work, and he said,- * My ;t£tne is not ypt up; it is right enough, it is not too late.' He came ... jdown and sat at the breakfast table. He took, .ifrp?>aby^^ Hethe|i: said, 4 Mrs Suliivati,' give me: half a cu]^-6fi teaj^rfif you^have not thst^of hot Water.'] He would riot'give me; the cup, but he held i it. *':Iisaw ihafc'he had put a white substance fet6 it, and l askedfcim what it was. He said, i quite coolly, Vlt isjon...

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NEW MODE OF CURING CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

TheAbeitie MecRcle relates acase in wjlMlfr a patient, aged Jour, labouring under this temblevdi^dei-,^#^?cured ^ihe;j3»^iei^Qmp ti^e^b'by^tiolent ^rSchfever^, who ^the malady, powerful! remediesiwere^eeorted to, death %e ij3e%gf kavMg «©poui;s3 to Uie^daagejoM operation o^traSheotomy, he fcethougnt l^cf^ of cases, byiSo^fyrag the exces^TeVitaiity of the part. Now, though he could not cauterise the larynxhy direct application, he hoped to pro ;duce 'a happy reVulsiori by acting on the contiguous parts. He therefore adminiitlred a few spoonsful of salt water to be administered as. antidote .to the Junar. caustic by wa^ orpre^ c^utiqn, and then prescribed l .gin. of t nitrate of silver in 60 gins, of distilled water, to be administered at the rate of -one _teaspoonful every twenty .minutes. ThejefFect was extraf ordinary. The first teaspoonful immediately caused sucli suffocation that the child -started up in bed,. her eyes.. protruding from their sockets, in token, of the greatest di...

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GARIBALDI'S COWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

GARIBALDI'S COWARDS. " On the following morning an aide de camp informed Garibaldi tbat Bixio's division awaited him in the palace court yard. He descended, and we followed to listen to the report of the doings <jf that valorous division in the decisive battle of the 1st October. Drawn up; in, battalions,they covered ha|f^f the imraence cortile; Garibaldi and Bixio, with their respective staff, forming a fine group in the front. I was ordered to read the: report, but my voice could not be heard beyond^ thereond battalion - /Sprthe stentorian lungs'] of brother .iofficer were called in requsition. At -first rwe,listened .with lUtlerinterest tO;the usual accounts of special deeds of valour conii meuted pn -.and praised1;- but when, the page was turned," and we heard the names of five officers branded as cowards, we were seized with painful stupor. But three of the five were present, and these were ordered to the front. It seemed to me that the physical action of - the thous...

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