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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Boyal Shepherd, from Port Ade\x=req-\ laide—Leases, Brock; 13 do, Evers; 2 bundles, Cliappell; . 8 -pkgs, Tuina and Knobbej 1 case, Scarfe and Burden ; 1 do, Col-well; 4 do,"-G-add andYorke; 14 do, Wigzell; 26 do, Biehards; 5 do,:De. Garisj 2 do, Hall-; 3 do, 10 bags, ,Dick\x=req-\ ensbn and Berriman ; 2: cases, IMrner; 21 do, Levido;' -31 ■ do do, Cook; 10 bags flour, Whit\x=req-\ ford ; 8' pkgs, Yivian;' 1 case, Melvin ; 4 do, Birks j 25 bags, Scott; 2 pkgs, Wenloek and burner; lxjase,,W. Mines; 1 qr-cask, Potter and •Page ^ 1 idase^ Paseoe-; 4> pkgs, Ware; 2 .do, Winnall; 30 bags, Martin; 14 do, Messent j 12 do, Moore ; 1 hhd, Burchelli 58 pkgs,^Secombe; 6 do, Howe; 100 bags flour, 81 do bran, Stacey ; 2 pkgs, B13II Instructor; 50 pieces Oregon, ;Bower; 8 slates, Heath; 2 pkgs, S. .Works; 4 do, Sparkman; 2 do, Order; 1 do, Miss Bunce; 1 do, Young; 1 do, Walkley; 1 do, Xloyd ; 2 do, Buell; 1 do, Actren; 1 do, Tompkins; 2 do, Day; 1 do, Bennett.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

. '^3. ■■ . fT.TTASran Saturday, June 3—Kangaroo,-s.s., @rchard, master, for Port Adelaide. - \ ; Monday, June 5—Royal Shepherd, s.s., 300 tons, Ward, master, for Port Augusta. Same day:—Mary Stewart, 65 tons, Macdonnell, masit^rfor^x?rtA^eIaide.„ ■_, •Tuesday, June 6—Adelaide, schooner, 60 tons, Gr. (^l^anj^a^f,: for Port Adelaide.

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ABDUCTION OF FIVE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

ABDUCTION OF FIVE CHILDREN. A St. Louis correspondent of the{J New York Tribune writes4 One of the roost interesting cases of abduction ever brought to light in this country, and in sonie respects resembling the famous Mortara. case, which occurred some years ago in Italy, has caused an unusual excitement among Protestants in this city. It appears that Mrs Hargrave, a Union refugee, after incredible sufferings arrived in the city, about six months ago, with five children, four girls and a boy, the eldest only twelve years of age, having travelled on foot all the way from the Arkansas River to Rolla, in this State. On arrival here she proceeded to the Refugee, but her health was impaired, and her eyesight nearly des\x=req-\ troyed—she could, not see anything distinctly. The Western Sanitary Commission sent her to the Sisters1 Hospital, and received her consent that the children should be intrusted j to the care of the Rev. Dr Eliot as their legal I guardian. They were then taken to t...

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THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF ARIZONA AND SONORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

the mineral resources of arizona and sostora. -u- ^o^rnal.) " | As California is sow universally recognised? gkn as ihe;goid;xegion of JJorth America, soatno distant' period will Arizona and Sonorabe\x=req-\ known asthe silver Region of that and, although the recollection ofthe invariably unsatisfactory ternunatiad *>f all Californian enterprises carrieckon with British capital is not.calculated to aid in inducing the English capitalist to invest his funds in developing the mineral resources of the district in question, it will be generally interesting to know what progress is heing made bv the Americans, and what are the prospects of success. A volume well calculated toafford all the information upon the subject likely to be required has just been issued, designated a third edition, but really so nearly re-written and enlarged | as to be worthy of consideration as a new I work. The chief object of the book appears to be to introduce the Mowry Silver Mines to the notice of capita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

■<W%; OB W B Jf D-E E S O N, Begs to inform the inhabitants of Wallaroo Bay andvicimty, that he has OPENEDa fruiterer's Shop in the'Township, and is-enabled to supply, them witii Vegetables, Dairy Produce, IVesh. Eggs, &c., at a reasonable rate. , 7 6 c, PRIMITIVE METHODISM. — On Lord's Day next, June 11, the Rev. J. READ, will (JD. V.) preach; at the Wallaroo Mines, in the Morning and Afternoon; and at the Moonta Mines in the Evening. Also,; on Monday and\x=req-\ Tuesday, he will Lecture at Moonta; and on the Wednesday Evening at Wallaroo Mines.,:Sub\x=req-\ jects-—" John Bunyan, the Immortal Dreamer," and " Primitive Methodism.9' - - ■\x=req-\ Collections on behalf of the JubileeGhapel,, Adelaide. . 76 38 TO the CQMMTTTEE MATI02* of tiie LODGES of rOBD\x=req-\ FELLOWS and FORESTERS, held at Kadiua, on Monday,"the 5th hist. GiNTJiEMEN,— -Jr "v;,.0: I beg to inform you that I placed my tiame oh • the Subscription-list for £2 2b, conditionally thai my application f...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

The Herald s&ya The threatened withdrawal of five regiments—one entire half of the army not long since concentrated for the salvation of Northern New-Zealand—is a topic pf momentous import, to vthe inhabitants of this long and much-mismanaged island. Orders for the return of these troops have been received. The preliminary declaration that we mast shortly look to our own right arms for protection has gone forth ; consequently a war of races looms ominously in the not very distant future." . We: find the following in the Otago Daily Times of the 16th May" A new mineral of lead has been discovered in Chili, containing 10 per cent of iodine. Iodine has lately become very valuable, on account of its extensive use in photography, and of the discovery, by Dr Hoffman, of a new dye I having this element amongst its constituents. It is said that one cargo of the new mineral will represent a fortune. As a further illustration of the progress that minig adventure is making in Southern ...

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TERRIFIC BOILER EXPLOSION IN A'BECKETT STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

raREIilC ^BLOSIOKr IN A'SEGKETT STREET. At an early hour pn the morning of May 29, the premises occupied by Messrs. Eastwood Bros. & Co., flock manufactures. A'Beckett-! street, Melbourne, were violently thrown to the ground by the explosion of a boiler used in the driving of a steam engine for purposes connected with the business of the firm. The .shock was so great as to create considerable alarm in the neighbourhood, and, in anticipation of some serious disaster, the inhabitants hurried to the scene of the explosioh, in order to ascertain the nature and eSWnt of the mischief done. The establishment of Messrs. - Eastwood Brothers & Co. is situated in one of the most densely populated quarters to be fouhd north of Elizabeth-street. The building itself ocupies a frontage of about forty feet to VBeckett-street, with a depth of two hundred feet, and consisted of two brick walls, covered at a height dS about twenty-feet with corrugated iron. Within the premises convenie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

grader $he Seal Property Act: •••,v; -:V Transfers, Mortgage Leases, and other documents drawn up.r • o scaa&BLES e. tidemaot, ; y-^/f , . Licensed JQand Broker. J Churie-street Land Office, • V-j..4l'T-ri5t&dieilB&e.:1*k• :. * -i 124c - S A L E, KULP4BA—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge\x=req-\ 7 " fiier 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Uj Apply to Terms easy, to• CHARLES E. TUDEMANN, Auctioneer, Currie-stieet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c foe sale, ON long CREDIT. a llotments—eabina: -ol = nos. 32,43,47, 54, 57,87, and 237. Apply to y • ' •••> - charles tidemann, ! licensed Land Broker. Currie-street, Adelaide. .• •• :■ —rr—— : ■.■ a , llotments for sale in the town\x=req-\ J% ships of /• mtjtomli, kadina, PORT hughes, aot> wallaroo, clinton. e. tidemann, i Land Agent. Currie«8teeet Land Office, Adelaide. . 12 4 c L F B E D FRANCE, , AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND L AND A GE N v "WALLAROO. 1-2-c A N I E L T H O M A S, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL CO...

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

(from oub own coerespondent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. O'Halloran appeared at the bar of the House, hut declined to answer the questions asked of him, they being matters of suspicion only. Afterwards the subject was debated, and it was agreed not to proceed further in the matter. iNeedhaan did not appear. Mr Hicks, of the firm of Hicks and Daly, died this morning of typhus fever\x=req-\ The Supreme Court adjourned as a mark of respect to bis memory. 88,000 shares of the new Bank have been taken up. A meeting of the volunteers took place last night. The meeting was strongly opposed to the Gruard Bill. The Coldstream, with Government" immigrants, has arrived. , •. Snow has fallen in Victoria. * (From the Adelaide Papers.) VICTORIA. . Melbourne, June 3. Cornish & Brace have commenced an action against the Government for a sum exceeding £300,000 on their railway contracts. The Government admit their liability for over £110,000. It is understood the Government intend to prorogue...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. We see that1 the supineness of the Government in the matter of a water supply for this district, has roused some of the inhabitants, and that a meeting is advertised to be held in the Cornucopia Hotel on Friday evening, to urge on the Government the necessity for taking immediate action to provide reservoirs. We very much fear that unless the most prompt measures are adopted, none of the rain of the present season will be stored in reservoirs of Government making. Much will depend on the plan adopted for the reservoirs. If constructed on a large scale, commensurate' with the wants of our rapidly-increasing population, the labour of 150 men (50 for each township) for three months would probably be required. But we think it possible to devise some plan by which in half the time large tanks might be constructed, so as to store a conside- j rable supply, and prevent the possibility of such a fearful scarcity as that with whiph we were tried during the past s...

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GRAND FESTIVAL AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

GRANt) FESTIVAL AX EADINA. lie Ifestivalofthe- GddfellowSj Foresters, ajut Volun teers took place on Monday,; and ie weather been' auspicious,•' would [ess have met with deserved success\x=req-\ showery ^^o^ ro^ '^e wether riftv, / A«; tftp atmosphere, bufc the wet and sloppyipooa ti^e rain§ «f the pr§vious ^ight; ' At l^idina the streets were in a utterly impas^leior pedestrians. Despite, however the ^junpromijsing feather and the boggy^ound, manyj persons were astir; determined themselves. ■ ^ejS'ay was observed; as a ^holiday both at ' iaibserved durkigthe inorning wending "* ay to lie township. . r.„3^1onteers were seen abont; and i6ogh,onacwuirfc. ofthe inclement .weather, a large master was not expected, yet the number whoattended was far less than might have been anticipated. At half-past 9 the bugler stepped to /the open ground in front of the Pogt-office and sounded the assembly, but no one appeared in response to the warlike summons. Again did the bugler blow, but he might...

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OPENING OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 7 June 1865

divine service onSunday morninglast.? 'A preliminary openingoftheedifice took place on thee vkning of the previous Friday,rWheri the Rev G. Colwell^ Wesleyan minister, preached to n Jarge congregation, hut the opening par excellence mast, we suppose, be considered to have taken place on tHe first\x=req-\ mentioned day. In the morning ttie ^Btey. F. M&. Cox officiated* and preached a highly appropriate discourse - from a portion of 2 Chron. "2chap. Unfortunately the wea&e* was inclement, andthis untoward^cumstance operatedto prevent ar ley. articles were disposed of at good prices. The various stalls were presided over by Misses Young, France, Lipsett, Morris, Austin and other ladies. The tea meeting took place in the evening, at the old Congregational church. A much larger niunber of guests attended than the place was capable of holding at one timei .^ad (be seats were thrice filled before thsS^epasfc had ended. The tea, cake and ot|^^^Bacies1 liberally given by the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

Professional Cards* €L N. & W. H. B I E K DEU€UHST&, BOOKSELLERS, &c., ^ADINA, MOOITTA, AND WAT.T.AEOO. ;.V*s; ^ ' "/ ■■■■;--• ■ 1-2-W W. W ILK INS O N, - CHEMIST AND DETOGIST, S TATIOITES ANB TOBACCOS IS T, WALLAEOO. . 20-2-c L Y A S, T A I L O E, POET WALLAROO. A Choice Assortment of the Newest Patterns " ■■'■■■■ ' ' ' 35c -J & j. 8 t o n e i e, IMPORTERS OF PLAIN AND FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &c., : 19, CURRIER-STREET, ADELAIDE. 84q X> O B E ET W. B A W D E N, XI; BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL' WRIGHT, GRAYES-STREET, KADINA, Horses carefully shod. Mining Tools of every description made to order.. 1-2-c E R B E RT D. Gr 0 U G E, SHIPPING, COMMISSION, AND •. • GENENAL AGENT" WALLAROO. - Houses and Land for Sale. 2-1-c JJtTYYOUR FURNITURE AT € OLTMA N'S. . Areherfstreet. Very Cheap and very good. FUNERALS AT FIXED CHARGES. 31 5 c .WARD, BLACKSMITH. WHEEL\x=req-\ \JT* WRIGHT, AND SHOEING SMITH, Corner of WILDMAN-STREET and JOHN\x=req-\ TERRACE. (Neab ...

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GOVERNMENT IN PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

GOVERNMENT ES PERSIA. The most influential positipnsnnder Government {are almost invariably filled in Persia by the near relatives of the Sovereign. All the more important governments, are given to his brothers or cousins, and, as princes of the blood royal are counted by hundreds, there is never any difficulty to finding a person duly qualified by birth, if in oo other way, $6r office. This is one of the points .in which Persia differs most in its Government from Turkey. In the latter all the relatives bf the Sultan, who, by some extraordinary'exercise of generosity, may have been permitted to live, are obliged tb reside at Constantinople under the eye and supervision of the Government, remaining, moreover, incomplete seclusion. Till quite recently all the m^ecbUdign of the Sultan's daughters and sisters were put to death as soon as born. In Persia, on the contrary, the number of the Shah's relatives is -turned by him into a source-of strength. Thjsy are all pensioned, Or in some w...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

EXPOSES. Cargo of the Cynthia* for Port Adelaide—50 tons;cbpper, Wallaroo Smelting Company.

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT MALTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT MALTON. ■ Adult baptism in the river is being received at Malton, and on Sunday, March 12, a young lady, named Birss, and three men were immersed. The novelty of the ceremony attracted crowds of persons of all classes, the bridge, the railway, viaduct and the island* and every available point where a view could be had being crowded. The candidates for the rite met in the bridge-house, from which three men soon emerged, lightly clad, followed by the lady, in a roLeof white. Mr Wright, who officiated, found his task no easy one, owing to the considerable amount of flood water in the river. At length a suitable place . was found, and Mr Wnght was preparing: t? . undertake the baptism of the young when a. lad, named Blackburn, who had perched, on a ledge of the gasworks, was observed to fall headlong into the most dangerous part of the river, close by the main arch, through which a \ery powerful current .was running. A young man, named Emeu*' son of Mr Killen, sho...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

SAIMD. Jtme8^-<!ynthia, schooner, for Port Adelaide. , 8—Omeo, schooner, for Port Pirie. 8-r-Boyal Shepherd, for Port Adelaide.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY BURGLARY AT DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

AN EXTRAORDINARY BURGLARY I AT DUDLEY. On Tuesday March 14, the shop of Mr lDalton,° watfch afidclockmaker, : ^astle^sfcieefc,, was broken into, and property of very considerable value was stolen. Mr Dalton anil his wife did not close their shop until half an hour past midnight, and it was the fair time- Contrary to his usual custom, too, he neglected for the first time to remove the valuables from his window- Between 7 and 8 o'clock on Tuesday morning he arose as usual, and when he came down stairs he found the back door opened. This, of course, led him at once to examine his shop, and then he discovered that three dozen or more cf watches silver and gold, had been stolen, besides some eighteen or nineteen watches which had been left with him to be repaired. His desk was broken open, and a sum of £10 16s. had been abstracted. The robbery appears to have been very cleverly managed, for the thieves have got away, and at present there is no clue to aid the police Authorities in their ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

lUSCEUiAJnEOTTS SHIPPING. ■ The Balmoral, from the Mersey, isdaily ex" pjp^9d, jwith & cargo of white feed oats, Circular Head potatoes, «arrote, parsnips, fresh butter, * smoked and dried bacon, honey, keeping wiater ^ippW'&nd pears, and assorted produce, for Mr W -C.:®amd. * ; > v * - Tfoft arrival of the steamer Kangaroo toot jpiaee "punctually on Thursday afternoon. on this occasion the quiekest passage y^»^rdeft:between iheports of Waflarooand "> jihe^me occupied^beitfg only22| hours, t^plim^rehard i*eportfe liaving sien inthe offing a»a wfonftttCTCrinoline. bound,for Port Augusta, . andabrig. , - ' -

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THE IRON FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 10 June 1865

THE IRON FLEET. The Lords of the Admiralty have just given orders for the constructions of an iron screw steam fleet upon a noble scale for the conveyance of troops to India, and to maintain the efficiency and punctuality of reliefs for our Army in that part of the world. The firms to whom the Admiralty' have entrusted the construction of this fleet include the most eminent ship-builders in the kingdom. The dimensions and capacity of these vessels may be judged from the following details of the ship contracted for by Messrs. Money Wigram and Sons, of Black wall-yard. The length of this vessel between perpendicular will be; 360 feet, and that of her keel for tonnage 326 feet 65 inches. Her extreme breadth, as well as that of her tonnage space, will be 49 feet, her depth in hold will be 22 feet 4 incbes, and her burthen 4,173 tons. The engines of this ship, furnished by. Humphreys and Tennant, will be of'the nominal power of 700 horse, but under the'perfeetion to which engine-making h...

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