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EGYPT UNDER THE PTOLEMIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

EGYPT UNDER THE PTOLEMIES. Egypt, which Herodotus calls a present from the Nile, did not equal in surface a quarter of the empire of the Seleucidae, but it formed a power, much more compact. Its civilisation reached back more than three thousand years. The sciences and arts already flourished therev when Asia Minor, Greece, and Italy were still in a state of barbarism. The fertility of the valley of the Nile had permitted numerous population to develop itself there to such a point, that under Auiasis II., contemporary with Servius Tuilius, twenty thousand cities were reckoned in it. The skilful, adiuinstration of the first of the Lagides increased considerably the resources of the country! Under Ptolemy II., the annual revenues amounted to 14,800 talents (86,150,800 francs [£3,446,032]), and a million and a half of artabi of wheat. Besides the Egyptian revenues,, the taxes levied in the foreign possessions reached the amount of about 10,000 talents a year. Coelo\x=req-\ Syria, Phoen...

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THE EMPIRE OF THE SELEUCIC[?] IN SYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

THE EMPIRE OF THE SELEUCICJE ; IN SYRIA. By the foundation of the empire . of the Seleucidae, Greek civilisation was parried into thefinterior of Asia, where the. immobility of Eastern society was succeeded by, .the actiyity life. Qreefe,' letters uandDiaats flourished from the,sea of Phoenicia, to. the banks of the Euphrates. Numerous towns were built in Spria and Assyria, with all the richness and elegance of the edifipes of Greece; some were almost in ruins in the time of Pliny. Seleucia, founded by Seleucus Nicator, at the mouth of the Orontes, and which received, with five other towns built by the same mon ¬ arch, the name of the head of the Graeco\x=req-\ Syrian dynasty, became a pretty frequented port. Antioch, built on the same river, rivalled the finest towns of Egypt and Greece by the number of its edifices, the extent of its palaces,: and the beauty of its temples and statues. Its walls, built by the architect Xjenseos, passed f<»r a wonder, and in the Middle A...

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

SAILED* June 14—W. B. Dean, brigaatine, for tlie River Don.

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THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

THE NORTH POLE. The proposed expedition to the. North Pole was the subject of an animated debate at a late meeting of the Geographical Society. The probability of an open sea being found at the iPole was especially discussed. Captain OsDorn said he did not wish to appear to enter into opposition with Dr. Petermann as to the exist-1 ence of a Polynia, or open , sea, at the North i i Pole, The learned Doctor was not alone in that opinion, for Admiral Maury was also a firm believer in the existence of an open sea ; at certain seasons of the year. As a sailor, he thought that the water could not be reached except at a time when all navigation was at an end. He denied that there was any real danger to be apprehended from the proposed expedition, if properly organised and arranged, aud said he believed one English Admiral was prepared to take a squadron by Spiztbergen to the North Pole. M'Glintock was also perfectly ready to go, and many others whom he could.name were ready and willing to...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

MISCELIiAKEOUS SHIPPING. The Kangaroo left the Semaphore on .Wednesday at 6 p.m., and arrived here the following evening at 7 p.m. She sails again this forenoon for Port Adelaide..

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DEAR LITTLE BOBBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

The^lipitiff, Mary Aim Grady, sued £he defendaflly Miss Mar-iaBaker, a lady residing at Oyalir<)ad,. .Claphan3!; to recover respect of^njaiies-inflicted on her by d^ceflsain dog kept hy the defendant, who knew it to*tne of a lavage, mischievous, and ferocious nature," imd: accustomed to Attack, bite^ and-;"The defendant was a greatxadimi%r jofsflogs, and used to col-, lect all Che stra^ S&s «he could find in the neighjjom'hood .an& ieed them. : About two: y^SOra ago she bought a bull -dog, which bec&ffie herpfet. r It-was tied to the defendant's bed-post.* xOli the 31st of December last plaintiff^Went to < defendant's bouse as usual, and, defendant asked her to come into her bed-room, airing'her thait the dog was tied up and could do^iier no- harm. Accordingly she fwetit irifb the" rbom. After 4>eing there somelittle tim^ the defendant said to her, 4t My dear little angel Bdnby is not well; he has gotrtbe'spasms. I want you to go out ...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

COMMERCIAL. WaUjAboo Times Office, Friday Evening. The recent importations of horse feed have caused a temporary glut of it. Prices, however, are nearly as high as before. Fish is unusually plentiful at present, and sold at moderate rates. Vegetables are becoming cheaper, in consequence of a regular supply being ensured by 1 the weekly arrival of the Kangaroo. ] Quotations are unaltered* j

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THE ERUPTION OF MOUNT ETNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

EtoraOJf OF MOUNT ETNA. Naples Observer contains the following - account of the eruption of Mount Etna:—: - " Since last October the neighbourhood of , has been frequently disturbed by tepeated shocks of earthquake, which during the following days were experienced with increasing violence by the inhabitants of the towns of Piedmonte, San Alfino, San Giovanni, and other surrounding villages on the more elevated portions of the volcano. ,. The crater ^during the entire month of January was surmounted by^ dense columnbf smoke, which hung altnost vertically over it. Towards the dose of the month a surprising and marked change in the weather was experienced j the appearance of the country was also quite changed, and the contrast from the severity of winter to the mildness of early spring, was somewhat startling and strange. The thermometer rose considerably, the days, and even the evenings became particularly mild, and at times the atmosphere was almost suffocating. Besides these wonderf...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 9. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 9. Betail. Barley, 7s Od; oats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 3d; bran, 2s; chaff, 13js._ BKEAD A3TD rLOUE. Bread, 4id to 6d per 2 Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf 48s per bag BUTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 5d to 8d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to 7d per lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb liamB, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per lb perqr BA2BY PEODT7CE. Bacon, Is 3d to Is 6d^lb Hams, colonial, 1b 2d per Butter, fresh, 2s 4d lb Prime Do, salt,'Is 8d Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is 6d Milk, Sd per quart Do, English, Is 9d do Ducks, 8s per pair Eggs, 2s 0d per doz Fowls, 5s do none winkles, none none ; Almonds, dried, 1 I none none ITSH. Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Schnapper, 3d to 2s each PEUIT. • . Peaches, none Plums, none Pears, 4%d , Lemons, 3d to 4d each Walnuts, Is .r.i'; - ■ 'J • ' :'^"Tg©G®TABEES.:,-\x=req-\ • Cabbages, ;4d to.lOd , Onions, 4d per lb Cucumbers, none Potatoes, 10s per cwt .CSnrqtsi^d^per bunch (Warrnambool) FrenchBeans, none Turaips, 2d per lb aio...

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

Auctioneers, Land Agents, &c. OlSTSY TO LEND.—PROPERTY brought under the Seal Property Act. ^jansfers, Mortgages, Leases, and other documents drawn up. CHARLES E. TEDEMAOT, licensed Land Broker. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c 5T R S A/ L E, KULPARA.—SECTIONS Wo. 20 and 21, together 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. Apply to CHARLES E. TIDEMAJOT, Auctioneer. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c FOB, SALE, OIT LONG CREDIT. LLOTMENTS—KADINA: Nos. 32, 43,-47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to CHABLES TIDEMANN, Licensed Land Broker. Currie-street, Adelaide. Allotments for sale in; the town-! ships of i moonta, K A din A, fort hughes, and ! wallaroo, clinton. charles e. tedemann, Laud Agent. Girrrie-street Land Office, Adelaide^ 12 4 c l F'B B D E r A n C e, auctioneer, house and land agent, wallaroo. 1—2-c aniel thomas, auctioneer and general commission agent, K A tuna. 1-2-e G. T Y D JB M A N, auctioneer, appraiser, and general ag...

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LABOUR MARKET. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

I I/ABOUB MARKET. June 9. . j Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ labourers, 7s ^ diem diem Q.uarrjmen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 21 cwt., 12s. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 12s. Ditto ditto from 3£arkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., lis.

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

Late Advertisements,. W A3STED immediately* a WET SUBSE. Apply to Dr Chambers, Kadina. If6 40 MAIL TO MOONTA, TEOD&ES having e&teredinto a contract • for eigliteen months to convey the MAIL to Moonta, begs to inform the public that he intends running a EOUB-WHEELED COACH DAILY between that place and Kadina; leaving the'latter Township at a quarter past 9j?on arrival of the Wallaroo mail, returning in time for the last Truck for Wallaroo. 17 6 c O R W O O D & EL LIS, II Successors to the Late Firm of Hoawoou . nd Sons, beg to state that having taken the commodious Premises lately occupied by the above Firm, they are prepared to Take Orders as IRON and BRASS FOUNDERS, ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, SMITHS and BOILERMAKERS, &c., and to Execute the same oh the Lowest Terms and with the quickest dispatch. P.S.—Sole Makers of the PATENT RACK WOOL PRESS. 1 BAWDEN & GRAHAM, - IENDERS for BUILDING a GAOL on JL Mineral Section 1.160, adjoining the Township of ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Thursday, June 16—Kangaroo, s.s., 200 tons, W. Orchard, master, from. Port Adelaide. W. C.! Eland, agent. Passengers—Mrs Harris, and Mr Smith, in, the cabin; and Messrs Wilson and Edmund Evans, in the steerage. Friday, June 16—Balmoral, brigantine, 106 tons, R. Sanderson, master, from "Port Frederick June 6. WV G. Eland, agent. Same day—Wave, brig, Rossiter, masster, from Corner Inlet. Same day—Jessica, barque, Williams, master, from Port Adelaide.

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

Shipping. STEAM TO POUT WALLAROO AND POET AUaUSTA. T H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, H. Wabd, Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port'Augus ta, on SATURDAY, June 17. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, June 22. J. B. AUSTIN, Agent, 1 4 d * . Port Wallaroo. POST ADELAIDE. _ ■ • fJlHE Steamer KANGAROO, W. Obghabd, Commander. Will leave Port Wallaroo, for the above Port THIS DAY, Saturday, June 17; and will leave Port Adelaide for this Port on or about Wednesday, June 21. As this steamer •will trade regularly every week between Port Adelaide atid Wallaroo, Shippers frill do well to order their goods by her. For freight or passage, apply to * BEEBY &DUNSTA3ST, . Adelaide; Or W. C. ELAJfD, Agent, •. 27 5 Wallaroo. P fast-sailing and favourite j schooner | ECLIPSE, liaving nearly all" her cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to DAVID BOWER, ...

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

IMEOBTS. Cargo of the Kangaroo, from Port Adelaide— 3.trunks, Chappell; 72 pkgs, Hall; 2 do, Gadd -and Yorke; 3 do, Sparkman; 6 do, Hart; 55 bags chaff, 12 bales hay, Anderson and Oats; 20 bags flour, Stacey ; 19 pkgs, Stephens; 26 do, James; 24 do, Messent; 8 do, > Graham; 22 do, Martin : 5 do, Winnall; 108 bags oats, 20 bales chaff, 10 pkgs, Railway Company 5 25 do, 20 bags, Richards 3 14 pkgs, Moyle j 43 do, Wilson; 4 hhds, Order; 4 pkgs, Secombe ; 8 do, Eland; 1 do, Rails and Pinnlck; 1 do, London; 3 do, Wenlockand Gurner; 20 bags, 22 pkgs, Dicken\x=req-\ son and Berriman ; 61 do, Olifent ; 22 do, Nan\x=req-\ kervis; 7 do, Burchell; 45 do, Hyde ; 21 do, Williams 1 do, Brown ; 3 do, Abbott; 183 bags, Axford.; £7 pkgs, 37 bags bran, 20 do flour, 20 do chaff, Melvin; 5 pkgs, Furner; 2 do, James ; 4 do, Beaglehole; 12 do, 2 bags, Sharp; 11 pkgs, 50 bags malt, France; 62 pkgs, De Garis; 1 do, Knobb and Tuma; 1 do, Lutter; 10 bags flour, 10 do bran, 110 do chaff, 22 pkgs, Whitford;...

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

CLEARED. .Wednesday, Junel4—W. B. Dean, brigantine, Tobin, niaster, for the Riven Don. In ballast.

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

VICTORIA. A man who had been apprehended by Detective Kolle was brought before the Bench at the Town Hall yesterday. His career in crime is a most strange and remarkable one, and such as has been but seldom equalled. He went by the name of George Wentworth, and acknowledged to the alias of Abraham Crabtree, while the cognomen of John Bray was another of his aliases. In the year 1832 he had been tried at York, and transported j for fourteen years for stealing money. In the year-3.8^6 he had' been tried at Launceston for horse-stealing and acquitted. In the same year, and at the same place, he had been tried for stealing money, and sentenced to seven years' as a convict. In 1854 he was tried again at the same place for burglary, and sentenced to 14 years1. In 1861 he had been tried and acquitted for the murder of a j child. He had been afterwards apprehended under suspicion of having murdered Phillips, the Jew. After this he had been tried for the murder of another child named Alice H...

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ADELAIDE GOSSIP. Thursday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

ADELAIDE GOSSIP. [FB.OM OUE ADELAIDEAN FB3CEND. Thursday, June 15. Great interest was excited to-day by the sale of the annual leases of waste lands The Land Office was besieged with land agents, squatters, and others. Mr Way, the solicitor, on behalf of a large number of the present occupants, objected to the sale as illegal; hut it had no effect in stopping the sale, which proceeded very satisfactorily, extraordinary prices being obtained for some of the leases: Mr Duffield's motion condemnatory of the Government on the subject of the annual leases was negatived "without a division, so that the anticipated Ministerial crisis did not take place. Various motio&s of utility and benevolence have passed the Legislature this week. £200 has been voted for repairing the long\x=req-\ neglected monument erected to the memory of the late Colonel. Light; and a vote of £1000 has been passed for the benefit of our great explorer, Mr J. M. Stuart. A meeting has been held this week for th...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (from otjb owts cobbespondent.) Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. Government intend holding a Local Court at Moonta. Mr Samuel Hayn.es, late.of the White Lion Hotel, Kadina, has won, to-day, a walking match against time for £20, Distance, from IsToarlunga to Adelaide Post-Office. Time betted, five and a-half hours. He did it with seventeen minutes to spare. Commissioner Macdonald is improving. , Sergeant-Major Young has been dismissed. The Railway Company project is abandoned for the present.

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 June 1865

WALLAROO: SATURDAY, JUNE 17. It will be fresh in the recollection of most of our readers that, a few weeks since, we advocated the establishment of a daily mail between Adelaide and the Peninsula. At that time the authorities professed ignorance of the desire for this" arrangement on the part of the inhabitants, and we expressed our surprise at this, as we knew a memorial on the subject had been numerously signed, and, as we thought, forwarded to the Post\x=req-\ master-G-eneraL In the latter supposition we were mistaken; but we have now the pleasure to learn, on the best authority, that the missing document was presented to the Postmaster-General by Mr "Wh«liam Squabe on Thursday last. The petitions—for there were two—bore nearly 600 signatures of persons resident on the Peninsula, and in the neighbour\x=req-\ hoods 6f Salisbury, Virginia, Port "Wakefield, &c., on the mail route to Kadina. The prayer of the petitions was that a daily mail might be established between the me...

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