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THE DUKE DE MORNY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

TFTE DTTKE T>TC MORNT. : Charles Augustus Louis Joseph, Due de Moray^ President of the Corps Legislatif of 3?ranre,anenergetic andsuccessfulfitatesman and a devoted adherent -of the present French empirer^was bom,inParis/in October, 1811, «ui4 early efcratipii to the care of the Countess de Sojwa, who held a high post in the Court of Napoleon I,, and who attained a creditable position in literature. Moray was afterwards in a scholastic institution conducted by M>sMnroMj: and here he gained niany prizes , great, aptitude for study; He happene^ wlien a youth, to be brought under ^ thV ^Prince^ Talleyrand, wh(ii, struck his ^eat intelligence, observedj "This little mail will be Minister one day." Moray, as. he, up, became not only remarkable jateo for the grace and elegance of his manners. After having passed ^ine' time in the Staff School, Moray went, in 1832, with the rank of Sous-Lieu^ tenant,' - into a Lancer regiment, and he^ in Africa,-served with distinction in the army of...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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DISASTROUS FIRE AT CONSTANT TINOELE. UPWAROS OF ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. From the Levant Herald. Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

DISASTROUS FIRE AT CONSTANT TINOELE. UPWAKOS OP ONE HUNDBED MVES XiOST. From the Levant Herald. Feb. 22. By fax the most terrible calamity which has shocked the public mind of Constantinople for thirty years past happened at Galata, on Monday night. Shortly after '11 o'clock on the night in question, a fire broke out in; due of the wings of the Roman Catholic convent of St. Benoit, and notwithstanding the utter absence of wind, the flames rapidly spread to the adjoining apartments, and thence to the thickly clustering houses outside the convent enclosure. Shortly after midnight a body of some sixty 'toloumbajees, with four engines, had stationed themselves along the outside wall of the high stone building in the corner of the convent quadrangle, considering them-, 1 selves sheltered by the wall ifrom the flames within, and being well placed from that point for playing ou the wooden; buildings already ignited on the other side. The apparent safety of the spot had also collected on an...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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BEN HALL—HIS EARLY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

BEN HFB. In estimating the character of this man, who has obtained such an unenvi able notoriety t&oiuglibut the eblony; during = the past three years, an insight uito his early life may be of jsome assistance, and I have therefore taken. Soii^e pains to collect the following %rief history of certain incidents eoiicerningl hina. I can assure the reader that facts were obtained from what I believe to be the most authentic sources. He was k°rn at Breeza, Liverpool Plains, in; February, 1837, and was therefore 28\ years old last February. His parents are still living at Murrurundi, where his father is a freeholder and well-to-do farmer. It was at Breeza and Murru rundi, where the eldest Hall had charge of a station, Duna, that young Hall lived until he was about 10 years old. While at Murrurundi he attended school for about two years and a half, and learned to read and write^ and obtained sufficient knowledge of arithmetic to enable him to conduct his own business, Thus early i...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SCENE IN THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

SCENE IN THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT. On the 1st of March, after considerable discussion, lasting till six o'clock, when the Speaker had risen to put the motions, an incident occurred which caused some ex citement, and occupied the attention of the house, with closed doors up wards of three hours, no adjourment taking place as usual for dinner. The following are understood to be the facts with reference to the incident itself, and the action taken on it by the house-rrMr (Cauchon, crossing behind the speaker's chair! to the cither side of the Houisej approached' thedesk of Mr Dufresne (of Iberville); and made an angry remark aboutihewayin which Mr Dufresne had pressed his motion. Mr Dufresnej said" that, more than that; he intended to make1 the motion ascertain wh^reaUy 'was-the pro? prietor of .the Journal d^ Quebee. and r also : whathadbe^^^ Mantelpieces,; Mr a^ motiou i^^ulp^ertaan msuranc e dompany, an agent f orwhichfor twenty years hadbeen robbing the^ublic. Mr Dufresne retorted, ...

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

Business Notices. ' GEEAT CLEANING-OUT SALE! OE DEAPEEIES ONLY!! EOB, ONE l^OETNIGHT!! ! COMMENCING ON SATURDAY, j 3rd JUNE. A GREAT VARIETY of DRAPERY, con sisting of— I Plain and Fancy Winceys Llamas i Alpacas | Coburgs Wincey Robes Wool Plaids ! Shawls Mantles, Paletots " . . Shawls, Hats ' Calicoes, Shirtings, Flannels AND A Great Variety of Men's and Boys' READY-MADE CLOTHING. Also, An Assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, at an Enormous Sacrifice. GBOCEEIES, IRONMONGERY EARTHENWARE, &c. WINES and SPLITS of all descrip tions. G L I N C H I C O., GEOEGE-STEEET, MOONTA. 31 5 36 : THOMAS JORDAN, ^ WATCHMAKER AOT «TE WEIxLER, J PORT WAHjAROO, | pJEG-S to announce to his numerous customers JlP. of the above place and the eiuroimdiiig districts of Yorke's Peninsula, that he has Just received an excellent ^gjariament of jFtnglirih ..and Foreign G<XED and SILVER WATCHES, com^ prising-— Gold Keyless Watches, Gold and Silver Patent Ijever Watches, both/Ladies' andGents' ^Dupl...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

ALTEBiLTIOlT IIT DA^OF SALE. . ®desdat; Wise & VALUABli FREEHOLD PROPERTY. IH TAYLOR-STREET, EABESA. ~]MT R DANIEL' THOMAS has, receive^ ifA . instructions to sejlby public auction, $£tj Burchell's Hotel, Kadina, oh Tuesday, Jane 6, iat 4i • "" :'>v"'{-v All that VALUABLE PROPERTY1aww£ ; as Mr Thomas Simms', having a froritagfe to Taylor-street of 61 links,; and a depth of 285 depth j and portion of AJlotment No, 201, Taylor-street, Eadina, and adjoin-' ing the Wesleyan ChapeL There is a good House, Cella?, Stabling, and other Outbuildings erected on the Allotment, and the position recommends itself to capitalists as a safe investment. ^ The above Trill be sold without reserve, und«?r power of sale in mortgage deed. Title under the Real Property Act*. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, or to Mr Emerson, Solicitor, Eadina. 31 6 36

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

Government Advertisements. >;•1:'^ ——; — : ; , /• i-:. /: "SALE OF ckdWN LAM)s! Grown Lands Office, Adelaide May 3, 1865. LAND SALE, 8th JUNE, 1865. "VrOTICE 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- Jtine, 1865, at eleven: of the clocjc in - the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of. an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her MajestyV reign, intituled " An Act. for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Grown in South Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. H. B. T. STRASTGWAYS, ... Commissioner of Grown Lands. Country Sections.—Upsetprice,£l peracre. County Daly—East; of Wallaroo, Hundred of* Wallaroo. .. "" Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 45 79 55 108 46 80 56 100 _ 47 80 59 100* 48 80 ^ 60 tm 49 100 61 104 52 100 ...

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

NOTICE TOAm^nSEBRS. ALL AS O O ; TIM1TS SCALE OF ; CHAJtGffiS. Four lines and under ... Two Shillings Six lines . ... /. ■" .:. Three Shillings Eight lines ... Four Shillings And every' additional line, Threepence, scaee of DiSGQOTTS. Three insertions .... 12^ per cent . Four insertions . 16-per-.cent' . . Six insertions - ... 25 p« .wjjifc ;_ . .-Twelve insertions- ...• 33 per cent. Twenty^ix insertions , . -- andover .... 60 per cent It isjpaAicularly requested that advertisements be ordered for a specific time3 otherwise theywill be continued until countermanded, and charged for accordingly.

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

NEW CASES WELL KNOWN. 1. HEART PALPITATION, A gentleman long ill with Palpitation of tlie Heart, visible even to theeye, was doomed by a leading doctor to die before noon, a cure being impossible. At once be made his will, and took leave of bis assembled friends ; but as he did not die, at 7 p.m. he sent for Mrs Rennie, who pro nounced the heart not diseased at ail, and with, a powerful lotion and a single pill, in a few hours she removed the pressure of the gorged liver and bowels on the heart, and, of course, all the palpi tation. Next morning, after a hearty breakfast, he wrote to the doctor not to call again, as he was now quite welL 2. BLINDNESS AND BAD EYES. A gentleman, stone-blind, had had his eyes much injured by eausticand other bad doctoring, iwas better in five . weeksj ^and in afe.w monthB was'mafte" able to distinguish colours* A lady, who could not bear light without great pain, her eyes being gorged with blood like a piece of liver, was quite cured in a "week or two....

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

"jlTBS fiElfSTIE, JEF3STE (FaoM Lonpon), ] May be CONSULTED daily in HOPELESS CASES, Medical and Surgical, ;given oyer by Doctors as INCjU itABXiE. Twenty yeara'suc cessful experience gives her great confidence in undertaking cures. Consulting letters, addressed to Mrs Rennie, Physicienne, Grote-street west, Adelaide, en closing 10s in stamps or post-office order, will be promptly answered; and with 15s additional (in all, 25s), Remedies will be sentto 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's complaints, worms &c. HOPELESS CASES CURED. MBS BEJfNTB'S powerful, safe, and quick curing REMEDIES—just as the railroad and telegraph are ahead of the old mail coaches —are far ahead of the slow bungling of the old school doctors, with their bleeding, blistering, mercury...

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

"O O B E B T W. B A W D E N, XI; BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL WEIGHT, GBAYES-STBEET, KADINA, Horses carefully shod. Mining Tools of eveiy description made to order, 1-2-c El B E E T D. a O U G E, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, AND " GENENAL AGENT" WALLAROO. Houses and Land for Sale. 2-1—c WARD, BLACKSMITH. WHEEL IJT® WEIGHT, AN© SHOEING SMITH, Corner of WILD MAN-STREET and JOHN _ ..v - TERBACE. ' IV (NBAB-'33Di = Globb -iss),'' ' ; WMiLABOO. ,f-'A. yeterinaay Surgeon7 always in attendance. Ship'8Jwork aiid all'orders punctually attended to. :" - "'s - -;v ' 4r-2-c

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

PjfjfessiojiaiGards. d^i 3ST. . , W. H. B I E K S ■■ -far® DRITGHHSTS, BOOESELUBES, &c.3 KAPflSTA, MOCSNTA, "AND WAT/T.ABOCX .. •• ^ ' ; '•••'• ••' l-2^c f|l - -'"r WIXiK/X:-'N S O If, k . CHEMIST ANB- DRUGGIBT, ST AT 16 U" IB AND TOBAC CON 1ST, WAXiLAROOi. 20-2-c B 'V L Y A S, T A I L O B, • POST WALLABOO. A Choice Assortment Jof the Newest Patterns ; for inspebtion,; ■ V 3 5c ipjT ^ ^ ; S T Q B B I E, IMPORTERS OF PLAIN AND FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &c., 19, CUBBIE^TBEET, ADELAIDE. 8 4 q

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

ANNUAL LEASES. 1. An annual lease of the unappropriated and unsurveyed -waste lands in each. Hundred may be granted, if. the, Governor should .think fitj to persons being the lessees of those waste lands, which, were resumed on the proclamation of the Hundred, for the residue of the terms- by such, .leases granted. Applications for these leases.musjfe be lodged in the Survey Office on or before/the 1st June in each year. 2. The boundaries of each annual lease will be defined on the margin of the lease, by the Sur veyor-Greneralj from whom tracings may be tained of such, boundaries on payment,of a fee of two shillings and sixpence for each tracing., 3. Holders of annual leases will be strictly pro hibited from depasturing their sheep >or cattle beyond the boundaries assigned to them by.their lease, and will render themselves liable, if so trfes^ passing, to the penalties as enjoined; by, wosL res? coverable according to, law; and, in the event of complaints being lodged, with the ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

O B E It T W O O D H E A D, SMELTERS' HOME, PORT W A L L A R O O, Nothing but the best Liqour kept. 1-2-c ^^TEST-END BREWERY, ADELAIDE Messrs SIMMS & CHAPMAN. Agent at Wallaroo, 4—2—c 0 H. D. GOUGE. KENT TOWN BREWEEY, Neab Adelaide. E. LOGrUE, Proprietor, Orders by post promptly execixtfed. 1-2-52 U G E N E C R O N I N, . COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ' CLARE. • : Ordinary daily at 1 p.m. Well-aSredBeds. ' Good Stables and Sidelcyard, well Watered j Paddocks. T|.T 3S2-62 ; ProfesBionalCards. A n D e r s o N, BUILDER, JOHN-TERRACE and HUGHES^STREET, WALLAROO. Bnildmg Materials of every description always on hand. ' - ' 1—2^q[ U & M C O., . . IMPOBTEBS OP SCOTCH TWEEDS, L's. wl HOSIERY, &c., CLARENCE PLACE, KING- WILLIAM STREET,. ; ADEIlAi I IE.. . 15 4© A N I E -L THOMAS, VETERINARY SURGEON, KADINA. ' 1-2-c

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

WHITE LION* Iim, KADINi JW. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in tlie district that he has token the above Large and Commodious Inn, and trusts to receive a share of their patronage. J. W. W. would also- inform Commercial Travellers and -"Visitors from Adelaide and the Country, that the accommodation is of a most superior class. A large Ballroom, suited for Public Meetings^ Concerts, &c., &c. Good Stabling. J. W. WILSON. Kadina, March 28,1865. 29 3 c -^r I L LI A M S Q U A EE, GLOBE INN, J O H 3ST - T EBBA CI, PORT WALLAROO. 1-2-c £< O M M E R C I A L H O T E L, POST- WALLAROO. . HENRY BENTLEY begs to inform .his friends and the public that the above Hotel has been thoroughly refitted and newly furnished, and the accommodations for Commercial Travellers and families are of a superior description. . The best Stabling in Wallaroo. 315 c

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

PBOTCE '*■ ' mooota. '.:/■ WEEKS returns Jus thanks to the people .• of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the liberal patroiage they have accorded him, and hopes, by continuing to ieep nothing ^but the best drinks, to merit a continu ance of their &vours. . : ; i ; ~ N.B.—The best accommodation for travellers; alsoj good Stabling and Stockyards. '• M. WEEKS, 1-2-52 Proprietor. H V. MOHjE 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.—Grood Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. V. MOYLE,. 4-2-c KADINA. E L B E, I D G- E • (Late LahdIiObd of the Jtiwcrioir Hotel ITobth-Road), PRDTCE OF WALES HOTEL, POST WALLAROO, 8-2-c

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

Chaff aM €orn Dealers. OTSW SAT, €0W, AND FLOUB :;i: store. • TjUTESSES jOfDEBSOlSr & OATS beg respect Jj-V "folly to inform feeir numerous friendsand the public in general, that they have recently, EBECTED'a pdweirftd One-Korse CH^F-CUOXriNa MAcklNE, and ares now enabled to supply CHAEF in any: quantity, FfilSHLY CUT, from the EUSTEST. hay. •; : ■; ;.v. > 33ie:'^superiorityof"Si'JK wJbY-C t)T Chaff over the ordinflary Mnds aieeds no comment. . Bran,Corns Eldur, &c., of the best description always on Sale at/the lowest rates. 3 5c W H IT FOB D, W^Q£ESA£E AND BET-AED GEOCEB, j BEGS to inform the inhabitants of - Wallaroo i tliflt he has COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line, and Hopes by strict attention J to business to jnerit, a share of their patronage! j CHAil'jJljOUB, BEAN, and all-descriptions of HOBSE-EEED on band; - A large. quantity of .GOOD; BU'i^FEE on sale. Remember the Address— C. WHITEOED, ABCHEB^STREET, !WA£LAROO. 8 4c . SALEj sat rthe" Oldest-'Estabi...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

GrovernmentAdvertisemeiits. 20. Ia the event of any improvements being situated on. land resumed, for the purpose of a=• reserve, compensation, ; as - hereinbefore provided, will be paid on the reserve being jnade. 21. Notice will be given in the Government Gazette whenever; any ^pasturage leases > are ready for issuing- and if any lessee fails to come forward and execute the lease prepared for him^ and to pay up all rent that may be due under such lease, within six months after such notification, the lease will be liable to forfeiture, and may be cancelled by the Gover nor-in-Ghief; and on notice of such cancella tion being published in the Government Gazette, the lease and the term thereby granted shall cease and determine.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

General^ a^onipanied £y aplan of the ran, drawn to a scale of not less than one-quarter inch to the mile, describing the position and boundajries of jthe land applied for in connec - tion with-some pomti^ddownonthePublic Maps of the Province in the Surrey Office. Except in caseis where the. land applied for is partially by runs, already leased, or where the natural features of the country may render a regular outline impracticable, the landso applied for shall be of rectangular form, the length' of which shall-not exceed twice1 its breadth, except wh ere determined otherwise by the Commissioner of Crown Lands. •. . 6. If there be no objection to the applica tion, the applicant {not being a first discoverer of waste lands, as provided for bjr clause 1) will receive from the Surveyor-General an order to pay to tie Treasurer a deposit-on account of the first year's rentof two shillings and sixpence per square mile; and the-Trea surer's receipt for such sum must be deposited in the Surv...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 3 June 1865

Government Advertisements. . ' .. Fobm A.; ■/ . South Australia. v Hundred of ■ I, being the lawful*- • <' of the following Sections of; purchased land inf ,, *. containing in all aereiv iereby apply for a licence to depasture . t ! • head off cattle, on the unappropriated waste lands o¥ the Crown in the said§ '1 ' - » Number-of Sections referred to i-r-i •: - ; • (Signature) : ; To the Commissioner of Crown Lands. - - • - • Beceived from the sum of pounds shillings and - = pence,, <>« account of application fori Dep^tuiing Jjrioenc^ for the year ending 30th June, 186 . ,, , ,:i » ,r Vf 186 Secretary, Commissioner of Crown Lands. - ! : * "Proprietor" or "Occupier," as the case may be. . •. v f " The Hundred of ," or "in. that portion of the Hundred of . , not con stituted a District Council." % " State' whether " great " or"8maIL;" oiy if both, the numbers of each. § "Hundred," or " portion of a Hundred^'., . Fobm B. ■" South [BoyalArmsJ > Australia. havi...

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