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THE LATEST SAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

. At the moment when the HolySeeiBpre\x=req-\ paring to canonise a new saint. Pierre d'Arbues. the question -as to the merits by which that personage distinguished himself is. naturally asked. The Temps, on that subject, remarks that an answer may be found in the " History of Ferdinand and IsabeUa^ fey Preseott. The journal just sums up the account in these words:—" The Inquisition had been established in Arragon about the middle of. the fifteenth century, but the national liberties forming a counterpoise to that institution there. were at first but few victims. In 1484, however, that formidable tribunal was. firmly reconstituted- for the Arragonese, as it had been previously done for the Oastinians. For the diocese of Saragossa two judges were appointed, one a Dominican, and the other a canons the latter was - Petro Arbues de Epila. In spite of the Cortes, Arbues and his colleague entered on their functions; in the mouths of May and June following they were already celebrating da~f...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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BUNKUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

BUNKUM. At last I got an interview with Jefferson Davis, the President of the Southera Gon\x=req-\ thieveracy. He was. quite perlite, and axed me to- sit down and state my case I did it, when he larfed and said his gallunt men had been a little 2 enthoosiastic in eonfisticatin my: showl " Yes," sez I, " they confisticated me too muchly. I had sum hosses confisticated in' the same way onct, but ~the; confisticaters air now poandin stun in the States Prison in Injinnapylus." " Wall, wall, Mister Ward, you air at liberty to' depart; you air friendly to the South, I know. Even now- we hav many frens in the North, who sympathise with us, and won't mingle with this; fight." *' J, Davisj there's your grate mistaik, Many: of us was your sincere friends, and thought certin parties amung us was fussih about you j and meddiin with your consarns intirely too j much. But J. Davis, the ininit you fire a gun I at the piece qi odry-goods called the fc»tar\x=req-\ Spangled Banner, the North gits up ...

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THE CODE OF EASTERN SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

the code of eastern spirits. The Orientals attribute to supernatural agency everything for which their ingenuity. cannot account.; They believe that evil spirits plot by day in hidden places, but come forth; at night to give effect to their mischievous j devices. They are inost awake when mortals sleep, apd ;have many mysterious ways of making their presence known. They have their institutions and their hierarchies, their treaties of peace and their warlike outbreaks.; Some ve more malignant, some morepowerful, j than,other&. Some may be. conciUated by; secret services, and many, be safely trusted s wlien their good will has beensecure<LOthers are wholly malicious, andany show^of kindness ] they exhibit only to betray and sacrifice those who listen to tneir suggestions. Some are' supposed to bring messages from the dead to fee acquainted with secxiets hidden from mortal item, and to be entrusted -with the revelation of events about to happen. Many are served by su...

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THE PLANE TREE KNOWN TO THE POMPEIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

the plane tree ktfown to i?he fompeims. After this long list of acquisitions, we must turn to some few instances of vegetable forms familiar to the ancifent eye, and which the modem misses. The absolute extinction of a species is Indeed a rare thing. Decandolle, in his " Geographie Botanique," likens the change in vegetation to those which take place in a language; the appearance of a new word, or a new species, attracts observation at once; the disappearance of an old one is very gradual, and seldom total. We have already spoken of the comparative scarcity at present of deciduous trees, and one—the sesculus— which modern botanists have been unable to define. But one or two ornamental foreigners, introduced in old times, have also disappeared, or nearly so. The most remarkable of these is the Oriental plane. Every Latin scholar is well aware of the^assion for these trees which prevailed among the Romans, a preference not wholly aesthetic; it was partly borrowed like other fashions f...

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CO-OPERATIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

CO-OPERATIVE MEETING. A public meeting took place on Saturday evening last, at the Smelting Works Refinery, for the purpose of considering the desirability of establishing a co-operative general provision store. Mr Bichakd Tapping was voted to the chair, and in opening the proceedings, he said that the movement in which they were engaged had been prompted in consequence of the high prices at which groceries, &c., were rated, At the present time it was impossible for a man to pay "those prices and support his family properly out of hisearnings. It was not intended to go fully into the matter that evening, as there was an impression abroad that the movement was confined to the Smelters, and the attendance was therefore not so large as had been expected ; but. another meeting on the subject would be held on that-day week. J He called upon Mr Deer to move the first j resolution. I Mr Deer came forward, and after craving I the indulgence of his audience on account of! his inexper...

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OUR FEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

OUR FEARS. We are afraid of too much ozone in the atmosphere, and we are afraid of too little— we ignoramuses, I mean, for of course the chemists know their business and understand meters. We are afraid of apoplexy or of influenza, of sun-stroke or of bronchitis accord ing to the climate in which we abide ; but we are sure to be srfraid of one or the other, Liebig—more power to his name!—is afraid : that we wasteful English, dealing with sub-; stances in the high-handed, stiff-necked, blind; eyed prodigality natural to us, will denude the world of its manure stores^ and so deprive the future of its food; and the Malthusians; are afraid that the world will get overstocked: with human animals, and that the crying generations yet unborn will, have to go supperless to bed, because there will be more mouths than meat. There are some who.talk learned fear about a second deluge from the tilting of the earth on its axis, and the con sequent streaming over the waters in the Polar basin—I for...

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THE WATER SUPPLY ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

THE WATER SUPPLY ADJOURNED MEETING. The adjourned meeting to consider the above, question was held at the -Cornucopia Hotel, on Monday evening, Captain France presiding. The Chairman having read the advertisement convening the meeting, remarked that the scarcity of water was patent to all, and was a state of things which ought not to be allowed to exist any longer. With a view of bringing about a settlement of the question of the water reservoir, he took the liberty of writing to Sir D. Bower to get him to influence the House in effecting the desirable result. That gentleman had replied as follows:—"I am afraid that the water question is too thin a commodity for me to hold on to—it ran away too quick, and the red tape is so plentiful in Adelaide, that I am afraid it will not be used up during my tenure of office, and I am at a loss what to do about the water question. I am afraid we shall have another summer on short allowance. You ought to send that Rogers out of the place. I was s...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

MEXICO. The Pope has written to the Emperor of Mexico with reference to the measures taken against the Church property. The Mexican Bishops have also protested; but the Emperor disregards both.

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MOONTA. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

MOONTA. June 8. ! The weather, that last resort of correspondents, was the only subject on which I could have written in some of your late issues, and this I thought would be rather indigestible reading to most of your subscribers; I therefore abstained recording the state of the wind and the changes of the weather. We have, however, had some welcome showers,, which has given us a temporary supply of water, and this temporary supply is all it appears that we must expect as our paternal Government seem determined not to hurry themselves, in the matter of the reservoirs or tanks that they have promised to construct for the retention of a supply of water for our. wants. The rainy season is now far advanced, and the necessary survey of the sites only now decided on. We cannot, therefore, under any circumstances, expect the Government to come to a decision as to the form or mode they may' adopt for storing the water until the rains have ceased, and there will be no water to store. This, ...

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THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

THE RULING PASSION STRONG 1ST DEATH. Who has forgotten Princess Buckingham, the bastard daughter of our King James the Second, and her provisions for a State funeral, as recounted by Walpole ? " She has sent for Mr Anstis," he writes to Sir Horace Mann, u and settled the ceremonial of her burial. On Saturday she was so ill that she feared dying before all the pomp was come home; she said, 1 Why won't they send the canopy for me to see? Let them sen<l it, though the tassels are not finished.' But yesterday was the g reatest stroke of all. She made her ladies vow to her that, if she should be senseless, they would not sit down in the room before she was dead: She not only,'' continues the keep chronicler, " regulated the ceremony of her own burial, and dressed up the waxen figure of herself for Westminster Abbey, but hadsho^h the same insensible pride on the death of? her only son, dressing his figure, and sending messages to her friends, that if they had a mind to see him ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

Auctioneers,Land Agents, &c. --J MJ oinBY 3?0 i^ND.—PROPERTY brought Jl^caMfere, Mortgages, Leases, and other documents drawn tip. CHABLES E. TIDEMANIi, " licensed Land Broker. ' Currie-sfereet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c •jP O R S A L E, KULPARA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge\x=req-\ ther215 AcreB, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. . Apply to CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, ' Auctioneer. Carrie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c FOB SALE, ON LONG CREDIT*. A LLOTMlIfTS—KADINA: jtaL Nob. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to ■ CHARLES TIDEMA3f]S", licensed Land Broker. Currie-street, Adelaide. • A LLOTMENTS for SALE in the TOWN\x=req-\ Jm. SHIPS of MOONTA, KADIffA, PORT BSJGrHES, aot) • WALLAROO, CLINTON. CHARLES E. TLDEMANN, Land Agent. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c L F R E D F R AN 0 E, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND , L<AND AGENT, , t WATiT.AKOO. * 1-2-c A N I H i T H 0 M A S, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, KADINA. 1-2-c G. T X D...

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MAKING A GOOD THING OUT OF RECRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

MAKING A GOOD THING OUT OF RECRUITS. Some months ago a fine stalwart young Englishman named M—— came to this city from Liverpool with tiie intention of entering the army. He had served his time in the regular British service, and-brought with him; official testimonials and certificates as to good conduct and general efficiency^ which he thought would aid him in securing a commission in our service. After weeksr of unsue - cessful endeavour he made up his mind to enlist as a volunteer and take his chance for promotion. rin^puKuit of he fell into .the bands of a bounty brokerage firm in this city, who took, him to the office of a well-known city provost-marsh^ ^n officer of prominence politically and socially, and presented him as a recruit. The proyost-naarshaU examined and passed him, made out the necessary papers, and desired him to sign them. M—— perceived by the wording of the papers that he was placed as a substitute, and to this he objected, saying he didn't care " to sell "him...

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LATER AMERICAN NEWS. — Sydney, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

(From tKe Register.) — Sydney, June 10. The Rosalie, from Sail Francisco, brings dates to. the 5th April. ; The Federal Generals Wright and Park, withtiieir immense forces, broke through the Confederate lines in the vicinity of Petersburg. General Sheridan simultaneously attacked I Lee's forces to the west of Richmond and defeated them, capturing three brigades. A furious battle was fought on the south side ofj the James River, lasting three days. I The above; news was flashed through, when telegraphiccommunication became interrupted j for several days. j The next despatch received commuuicated; the intelligence that Petersburg had been' evacuated by the Confederates. Also the still i more startling news that the Federals had captured Richmond, taking 100 guns and many thousand prisoners, on the 3rd of April, when the Federals under Weitzel entered the city 5 the Confederates, with President Davis and the Commander of the Forces, General Lee, left a short time previously. ^General J...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

Srient done as they ought to have done iiid regarded the wants of the Peninsula pi this respect, as of the greatest emer\x=req-\ gency,—in fact, as a matter of life and Seath,—-they would surely have devised some means of commencing the reservoirs without waiting months for surveyors' reports, Parliamentary votes, and official red tape. The large revenues derived from the Peninsula entitles it to a considerable amount of expenditure for worts of such vital importance. We believe that the construction of reservoirs would prove a reproductive work, for the Water would probably be sold, and if at only a shilling a hogshead, the amount realised would in all probability pay good interest on the outlay- We believe an adequate supply of water would induce the settlement here of a larger population ' ithan at present, and it eertainly would j. ,add to the prosperity of the place. | The meeting on Monday evening was unanimous a. to the importance of urging n the G-overnment the pressing neee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

Shipping. STEAM TO POST WALLAROO AND POET AUGUSTA. T H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Wabb, Commander, Will-leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and • Port Augusta, on • • SATURDAY, June 17. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, oil her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for WallaroQ.&nst Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, June 22. J. B. AUSTIN, Age#,; 1 4 d Port Wa^aroo. FOR WALLAROO. ? 1J1HE Steamer . KA^aARoS; WED isPort Ythe W. Obchaed, Commander. Will leave Port Adelaide on or NESDAY, June 14th. and will lei for Port Adelaide on oiv about 17th ingk As iiSs steamer "will trade Tegularly evsly "week between Port Adelaide \iand Wallaroo, Ipippers ■will do tfell to order their goods by her. For ireight or passage, apply to BEEBY & DUNSTAN, Adelaide; or ^ W. C. ELAND, A^|J|^ > v OR WALLAROO. —The faet-sailing and favourite schooner ECLIPSE, Having nearly all her cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; JOHN Y...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ^ (fbom oue owsr coeebseoitdent.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. Mr JV W. Macdonald, Commissioner of Insolvency, was thrown "from his horse yesterday and severely injured. He lies in a precarious condition, Mr Duffield has tabled a motion of censure, for to-morrow, upon the Government respecting the annual leases. The G-uard Bill is virtually rejected, although it has been adjourned till Thursday to enable Oovernment to withdraw it. A meeting of the' Northern squatters took place yesterday, when it was resolved to.apply for twenty-ohe years' leases. i English mail is anxiously expected, a

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 14 June 1865

MINING. The lode at tlie Yelta, north of No. 1, in the new shaft (Wigley's) is looking very well indeed, and turning out some fine blocks of rick grey and black ore. Hancock's shaft is sunk to the 32\x=req-\ fatliom level, and driving north and south has been commenced. It is expected some good ground will be opened out in the course of these operations. The stopes in the back of the 22\x=req-\ fathom level have improved considerably, and are yielding Mr quantities of rich ore. The mine altogether never looked so well as at the present time. We see the North Wandilta proprietors have issued a prospectus. We believe the prospects\x=req-\ of this mine to be bona fide, and very promising of productive results. We understand the masons are making good progress with the "engine-house at the Karkarflla Mine. There are about 60 tons of ore at surface. The captain reports, under date lOfch June, that the 60-end north and 48-end on the western lode as having improved in size and value, the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

Hotels, &c. JE L D R I D O- E | • (Late Lakdmbd of the Jxrarcxroir Hotel Moeth-Road), PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, j PORT WALLAROO, 8-2-c j WHITE LION INN, j K A D IH" A. JW. WILSON begs to notify to "his friends • in the district that lie has taken 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. Grood Stabling. J. W. WILSON. Eadina, March 28,1865. 29 3 c ! ■ j ILLIAM SQUARE, GLOBE INN, JO HI-TERRACE, PORT WALLAROO. 1-2-c 0 OMMEECIAL HOTEL, POST WALLAROO. HEKRY 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. A fine Large Room fit for Public Meetings, &amp...

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THE GREAT GOVERNING FAMILIES OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

THE GREAT GOVERNING FAMILIES OF ENGLAND. The Stanhopes, we are told, stand at the head of ail the Peers of the drawing-room. They rose in the time of Henry Yin., and the Lord Chesterfield of Charles U.'s time was . A Repbesentative Maw. J Phillip's father, who never came to thej title, died when his son was one year old,! leaving a widow, who was daughter and coheiress of Thomas Lord Wootton, and governess to Princess Mary, eldest daughter of Charles I., and mother of William of Orange. The widow married a Dutch gentleman and the lad was brought up in Holland, where we find him, after being dragged out of the water by his shoestrings—so he says, at least—an attendant on the Princess. At 15 he was drowned again, fifteen vessels having sunk around his own between Delft and Antwerp ; and at sixteen he and the "messenger" to Paris rescued a coachful of ladies who had been set upon by fifteen soldiers of fortune. Travelling to Paris he put himself into an academy, but was compelled to le...

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SENDING A DEAD CHILD BY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

SENDING A DEAD CHILD BY RAJL\x=req-\ ■ . WAY.: Ann Bibby, aged 25, was indicted for the wilful murder of her child, Ada Bibby, on the 8th of December. Ann Bibby, 11 years old, sister of the prisoner, said that on the 8th of December she was living with the prisoner in . Tuesday-street, Manchester. Prisoner is ah unmarried woman. She had two children living with her, one the deceased, Ada Bibby. who had just been weaned, and the other a little boy, about 4 years old. Ada could not walk. Ada was a healthy child, and - the prisoner treated her kindly. The prisoner worked at shirt-making, and witness took care of tbe children while she was at work. Witness went out on Sundays sometimes to take a walk with the little boy. Prisoner sometimes gave tbe deceased laudanum. On Sunday, December 8th, witness went out walking about 1 o'clock to the Queen's-park, and returned about 3. When witness left the house prisoner bad undressed Ada to wash her. On the return of witness Ada was not in the ho...

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