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

Bra^ry^&c. JOHN HODGKISS & CO., IMPORTERS OF DBAPEBY, CLOTHINGh, SELES, SHAWLS, MANTLES, CARPETS, &c., &Q., * INVITES Visitors to Adelaide to INSPECT their STOCK, which, they have every con fidence in stating. will be found unequalled in EXTENT, VARIETY, or VALUE, BEADY-MONEY BUYERS Are particularly requested to note that the system of J. H. & Co. is to make those who buy on credit pay for the accommodation they receive, and give to Cash Buyers the advantage they are justly entitled to, viz. - their Goods at the Lowest Possible Price, Observe tjtfi Addbess— JOHN HODGKISS & CO., 26 and 28, BUNDLE-STREET, ADELAIDE. 1-2-c

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

IN THE SHOW BOOM WrLL BE POUND— PA H3S HATS, iu Black and Coloured, Chip and Straw HATS, Trimmed and Untrmuned , Paris Chip, Straw, and Crinoline BONNETS j FLOWERS and PLUMES HAT ORNAMENTS. AISO, A Beautiful Assortment of Infante' HOODS, HATS, and BONNETS, in great variety. IN THE READY'MA DE DEPARTMENT All tliat is Novel and Useful, consisting of— MEN'S Melton and Fancy DOE SUITS WITNEY SAC COATS MONKEY JACKETS DEAE DEVON COATS, double back SEAL INVERNESS CAPES Moleskin and Duck TBOUSERS Cotton Tweed Trousers, from 7s lid Cotton Bedford Cord Trousers Fancy Doe VESTS, Silk Mixture WITNEY VESTS White, Begatta, aiid Scotch TWILL SHEftTS MELTON SHERTS ;■ A Large Assortment of CBIMEAN SH3CRTS, j^m 5s lid : Men's CLOTH CAPS, Stench Peaks Boys' Leather, Mohair and Cloth CAPS Waterproof Coats and Leggings ; Lather Portmanteaus and Carpet Bags Men's Erenchi Eelt HATS . Black Paris and Drab Shell HATS " Eirst-class • Stock of TWEEDS and DOESPPS | B00T AM SH O E DEPARTMENT. Women's Elastic-si...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

Government Advertisements. ; > Crown Lands and Immigration Offices, 1%T OTICE ib hereby given, that the followiug X* : .will be the rates chargM vl®rJ^DiEPJS TUEMG LICENCES wiihinH^ which-sumB must be paid at; th&tamfc'ifN^li^ cation,-viz..:—/ ■ ; 7 - J-fe'-'V' • Eightpence per hebd for Small Cattle; a&&^ Four Shillings per head for Gre^t Cattle. ■ >. •, Applications must be sent into this office, on or before the 1st June next. . : This notice is preliminary to the proclamation of the new regulations. H. B. T. STBANj&WAYS, Commissioner of Crown Lands and 3 5 33 Immigration. : : i * r ; * i ANNUAL L EASE S. /;' Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, May 5,1865. ^ A LL applications for ANNUAL PiS'l'tJlt* J5L AGKE LEASES for the Year lS65r6, imust be sent into the office of the bn or before the 1st June next. • H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, 13 5 35 CtomiwslBiiMneir.

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

Business Notices. GBEAT CLEARESTGr-OtTT SALE! OE PEAPEBIES ONLY! ! eor one Fortnight ! i COMMENCINO ON SATUEDAY, 3rd JUNE. i A GREAT VARIETY of DRAPERY, con sisting of— Plain and Fancy Winceys j Llamas Alpacas j Cobuigs Wincey Robes Wool Plaids j Shawls ] Mantles, Paletots j Shawls, Hats j Calicoes, Shirtings, Flannels and \ A Great Variety of Men's and Boys' j BEADY-MADE CLOTHING. j Also, An Assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, at an Enormous Sacrifice. GKROCEBIES, IBONMONGKEBY EABTHENWABE, &c. ^ WINES and SPIRITS of all descrip tions. c Ii i N O H & C O., GhEOEGrE-STBEET, MOONTA. j " 315 36 THOMAS JOKDAJtf, WATCHMAKER JEWEM2ER, PQBT WALLAROO, BEOS to announce tohisnumerous customers of the above place and the OTrrounding districts of Yorke's Peninsula, that lie has just received an excellent assortment of English and Foreign GOLD and SHViSB WATCHES, com prising— •' • . ' *' 0dld Keyless Watches, Gold and Silver Patent Lever Watches, both Ladies' andGente* jlhiplex and Ho...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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EXTRAORDINARY FREAKS OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

A KS OF - MARRIAGE. c "The lovers of roirikntic a*iventureg">. and " strange jt^iucidencep" will beentertamecl by a perusal of the following narrative, which ^p^r^ii ihV the; 'Tybme Cdiistitutidji :^-Oq Thursday the 23d nit.,in the village of Plum " "bridge, in this.. country, two rather curipus r episodes "occurred * at two weddings; pd there. ... In ; one case the party was * cotn . posed of the Imfle and bridegroom, ac companied by theit " best men," See. They - proceeded on foot from the house of ; the bride's father, a man named M'Bride, living in Glenelly, towards the chajjfelKof Plumbridge,wliere the priest was awaiting ? their arrival to liiiite them in holy matrimony. The 'bride was, as is usual in such cases, con ducted, by the.r"best man;" and v had ' got* about ' half-way to the chapel when the bridegroom, thinking pefhaps that the"1 bride was paying too .much atten tion to' her " best man," became jealous. Consequently the "" best* man ," was ordered away. A scuffle ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 31 May 1865

. ~ . SALE OF CROWN LANDS. T; Crown Lands Office, Adelkide^ May 3, 1865. LAND SALE, 8th JUNE, 1865. NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol lowing portions of Crown Lands mil be offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 8th day of June, 1865, at eleven of the clock. In the forenoon, at the upset price affixed t6 eacti lot respectively, on theaterms and conations and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 41 An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia.". Deposit, twenty per cent. H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, ;, Commissioner of Cro wii Larids. Couutry Sections.—Upset price, £l per acrel County Daly—East of Wallaroo, Hundred of Wallaroo. ? : 1 ' ' Sec. Acres. Sec. " ?&&es^ 45 79 55 108 46 80 56 100 , 47 80 59 100 48 80 60 108 49 100 61 104 52 100 ■■ 62 - W8< 53 108 €3 MWi 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

■TOOUNB, > ^Smai ^ JK. i owner can have the same on application to office of this paper, and paying expenses. 3 6c - ^ ' ■ r - ■■•;-•'■■■"•-■ ':■' •• . A Ii L A B O O A CA DEMI. ' Conducted by Mr and Mini HABBXS. Institute Beading Boom, Wyldnian-streefc.

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NAPOLEON'S PORTRAIT OF CAESAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

NAPOLEON'S PORTRAIT OF 02ESAR. His lofty stature and his finely-moulded and well-proportioned limbs tmparted to his person a g-ace which distinguished him from all others. His eyes were dark, his glance penetrating, his complexion colourless and his nose straight and somewhat thick. Bis mouth was small and regular, and the Bps, rather full, gave to the lower part of his face an expression of kindliness ; while his breadth of forehead indicated the development of the intellectual faculties. His face was fuU, at least in his youth; but in the busts which were made towards the close of his life his features are thinner, and bear the traces.of fatigue. His voice was sonorous and vibrating, his gesture noble, and an air of digirity pre vaded his whole person. His constitution, which at first was delicate, grew robust by sober living, and by his habit of exposing himself to the inclemency of the seasons. Accustomed from his yonth to manly exercise, he was a bold horseman and he supported ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN AMERICA. NINE PERSONS KILLED AND FORTY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

•' ", . . 1 , - . " • -j TETO : AMERICA. ;:V": MUSE FEBSON8 KILLKD Aim FOBTY WOUNDED. On: the 7th March a fearful collision oc curredononeof theAmerican lines, between i Washington for New York and apassenjrer trainfrom Philadelphia for Hew York. The immediate results of the i&lfision:^ deaths of nine passengers, : theprobabledeathsofthree others, andinjuries,; 'some of themof avery serious nature,to over forty more. The express fromWashington for^Tew York proceeded all <welT until about half-past 2 o'clock in the mprning, \ when the. tr&n was "passing through Bristol city. Here: It ran into the 12 o'clock tiarafrom. Kensing ton to Niew York, which was |wo hours behind its time." 12iere~was 'an the Kenfflhgton train, so the lights had all been placed in front, and, through the gross negligence of those in charge, no signal lights j were exhibited in the rear. The crash of the ] collision was felt throughout the length and breadth of the express train, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

^ ItL. d^mptionB aof JOB 3PJ -ife'Ss "-W Printed ^ank Published, for 1 ^ Fv^^r/Pdrt TOkwS^ DsAST^ad SATUBDi^g^|if« V-'^a .- •, • ""'ir

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

ATXTCTiATDE SHTPPING. Arrived.—June 2. Jane, trig, from' Cireiilar Head; Coorong, steamer* from ■ Melbourne. ' •. ■ 1

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (F^pM OUE OWN coebespondent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. | Messrs Needham and O'Halloran have been summoned to appear at the Bar of the House of Assembly to answer for their conduct in refusing to reply to question^ before the Waste Lands Com mittee. Erith's celebrated picture, " The Derby Day," has arrived by the Penola from Melbourne, and will shortly be exhibited m Adelaide. There is to be a meeting of Volunteers on Monday next in reference to the Guard BilL

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. . The barque Eliza Sharp arrived on Thursday Melbourne, Imidiigon board machinery for the Moonta and Karkariila Miftes. Her passage has been favourable, excepting that on Sunday last the gale .which then prevailed compelled her to seeik shelter at Eongscote. She is chartered to take Moonta ore toSwanBea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

Drapery, &e. ONE HUNDRED AND NmETY-SEVENT. • A L BTON" HOUSE, WALLAROO B A Y. " ' & SPAMMAN & CO#, IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ffflENDER their gratefiil thanks, "to ' their Jt numerous Mends, patron^," and the public generally., for the liberal support they have re ceived-diiring the Three Years they havfe been in business in this locality; and trust that by pur suing the same course as heretofore, to. merit >a continuanee'and increase «of patabnage. ■-* The Winter arrangements being now com pleted, the STOCK will be found well assorted-itat every article' for Ladies', -Grentl^metfs',' atid; Children's wear. ' All the NEWEST GOODS by all the RECENT ARRIVALS will be found represented at ALBION HOUSE. ' . " ; , ■ SILKS ■ • WOOL PLAJ338 : f FANCY DEESSES C Of all kinds in great variety, The usual well-known STOCK of BLANKETS SHEETINGS :: WELSH, LAN^ASHl^^i :SA^NY (xENEEAJj DEAPEEY of everj kind :: •' - '' — CAEPETS, BUGS, MATS, ; <&a....

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

SAII/ED. May 21—Lord Nelson, barque, for Swansea.

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AN ENGLISH HERMIT. A MANUFACTURER SELF-IMPRISONED FOR THREE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

. A*N" ENGLISH HEBMtT. i. MANUFACTURER SEU-IMPRISOXED FOB THREE YEAHS. A very extraordinary case, came to iigftt at Preston J lately. For some.; tivae. past there have, been rumours in the town to the effect that a young man, named ^omajwylie, who a few years ago occupied; a highly res pectable position in Prestbn, acid was engaged in the cotton trade, was fastened up in an old warehouse behind the Parish Chuich, m bt. John's Place ; that he had never been out ol the building for years; that he was secretly fed through some mysterious hole or door; and^was a most frightful spectacle in personal appearance—ragged, haggard, and filthy, and more like some deserted, concealed savage than a human being. It was also reported tbat he had lost his reason during his long term of imprisonment, and that both bodily And mentally he was in a most deplorable state. The real facts of the case have just been made known, and it appears that the reports which have been prevalent, although considerabl...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

WALLAROO, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. A very satisfactory sign of the progress making by this colony is tlie apparent necessity for telegraphic extension. The; line is about to be carried from the present most northerly terminus, on to Mount Remarkable and Port Augusta, and probably by the time it is completed, we on this Peninsula shall feel some of the advantages of being en rapport with the Northern port. Already a number of persons have gone hence to Port Augusta to carry out the contract for the Water worts there, leaving their families and business connections in Wallaroo. When the Northern Railway from Port Augusta is commenced, the importance of tele graphic communication with that district will be greatly enhanced, arid there seems some probability of this important work being carried out ere long. The wires would also occasionally be found useful in connection with the -coasting steamers trading to Port Augusta. It frequently happens that messages of great import ance, relating to t...

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SAVILE HOUSE IN LEICESTERSQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

SAYILE HOUSE IN LEICESTER SQUARE. - The destruction by fire- of this well-known edifice; and the presence of the Prince of Wales on the scene of disaster, have directed i attention to the historical associations of the place; and as some erroneous assertions have found their way into print, we wilLendeavour to give a correct sketch of the antecedents of the building. One or two of our contem poraries have confused Savile House with Leicester House, u the pouting-place of Prin ces,1' as Pennant, with happy alliteration, termed it. That building, however, was pulled down nearly eighty years ago, and the present Leicester-street and Lisle-street built upon the site of the house and gardens. Leicester House was built at some period before the outbreak of the Civil War, for the occupation of the family of Sydney, Earl of Leicester, brother of the famous Sir Philip Sydney^ whose name still survives in Sydney alley. The house was afterwards occupied by Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, daughter...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

BERTH. Ohambbes.—On the 1st June, at- Kadina, the ■wife of Dr Chambers, of a son.

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A NEW EXPOSURE OF THE DAVENPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

A NEW EXPOSURE OF THE DAVEN PORTS. The Spiritual Times and Spiritual Magazine have lately announced the presence, in London, of a new " med um," in whose person are exhibited phenomena precisely similar to those of which the Davenports are the exponents. The gentleman referred to, Mr J. H. Addison, of the Stock Exchange, has addressed a letter to a daily contemporary in explanation of the matter. He says:— " I know nothing whatever about Spiritual ism, and have no desire to be acquainted with what I simply consider to be a delusion. As it is allowed that I am able to do all that the Davenports do, and much more, I have to thank Professor Redmond (of whom I had lessons) for some portion of my ability 5 the remainder I have accomplished by persever I ance and practice. As some of our readers might like to know how I obtained my ideas of the Dark Seance, I will inform them. I went in company with a professional rope tyer equally anxious with myself to solve the apparent mystery of the ...

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