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THE SAFFBON-HILL AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

THE SAFFBON-HILL AFFAIR. At the Central Criminal Court onAprill2t Serafino Pelizzioni, who had been already found guilty of the murder of Michael.Harrington and afterwards pardoned, was again put on his trial for stabbing Rebbeek, the potman of the Golden Anchor, Saffron-hill, on the night of the fatal disturbance which has given rise to three trials and produced one of the strangest con^plications ever known in ; $lie criminal jurisprudence.' The prisoner pleaded not ^rnltj, and elected to be tried |>y a mixed juiy. For this the; conrt, owing tbspmejunex^ plained reason, was unprepweja.- ^e prisoner again and again expressed his disinclination to, be tried by an English jury, bnt iiltiijiatdy yielded to the remonstrances ^dressed toMm byaMr NegrettL Tbe case for €he pr6se-- . cutlon ww stated by Mr ; witnesses,^ Kebb^ct swore po^tivelyanadistinctly topr&wethe ihkrge againsttbeacctised. iHifr ; case had not concluded at Hie rising of the court.—On the following day the tr...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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BROTHER IGNATIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

BROTHER IGNATIUS. Brother Ignatius is engaged in' serious difficulties with his third order. Some have resigned, and others *do not please him, so that the order is in rather a bad way. The Feast of St. Benedict has been celebrated with great pomp in the monastery. The " Mother Abbess," the celebrated Miss Sellon, assisted at the service in her full robes as an abbess, an acolyte bearing her handsome pastoral staff.—On Good Friday morning St. Benedict made special efforts to celebrate the day according to their peculiar views. The chapel was hung with .black, and all light was care fully excluded, although two large candies glimmered gloomily before the altar. After' a few seconds, however, it was apparent that a procession was advancing at a snail's pace through the gloom, and threading its way care fully through a rather numerous and closely packed congregation, principally of the poorer class. The rich baritone voice of Brother Ignatius could be soon detected in the hymn which th...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT. Some excitement was caused in the little town of Sherborne, Dorsetshire, the other day, when the Earl of Shaftesbury appeared before the magistrates to charge Sir Waters, his late steward, with embezzlement. The precise charges preferred, were for two sums of £27 each, but his lordship stated he believed ■ the defalcations amounted to several thousand pounds, Mr Waters had been steward to the late as well as the present earl, but was called on to resign in 1863. Since then Mr Waters had filed a bill in Chancery against Lord Shaftesbury, to which his lordship gave in answers before he preferred the criminal charge. Some evidence was taken, after which the prisoner was remanded on £5000 bail.— He was brought up again a few days sub sequently, and the noble prosecutor was examined and cross-examined for five hours. Mr Waters' counsel put in a number of letters, one of which the bench agreed should be " taken as read," and so the public will have no knowledge of it...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

IRELAND. The Belfast Assizes have unexpectedly collapsed. The riot cases—assaults, house wreckings, murders, and all—were abapdoiied by the Crown some time'ago, virtually because a conviction on any of the capital indictments appeared to be utterly hopeless. A fortnight of civil war has been expiated, by half-a-dozen culprits out of some hundreds staying in goal for a year; and while 11 or 12 human beings were barbarously murdered in the streets of Belfast, public justice is forced to rest con tented with no expiation at all. There was not a single conviction for murder. This being the case, and the assizes, so far as regards the riot cases, having concluded, it would de some what superfluous to, say that the attempt to bring the criminals to justice has been a total failure. The Attorney-General, in announcing the abandonment of the prosecutions, was obliged to admit that the result arrived at has been far from satisfactory. "For many of the most serious offences no person has ever...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

QUEENSLAND. The Brisbane Courier of the 22nd June reports the stoppage of the mail steamer by a man-of-war. It is said :—" It is not often that the peaceful echoes of Moreton Bay are awakened by the firing of artillery loaded with blank cartridge, and still less frequently are they disturbed by the firing of shot. On Monday, the 19tn inst., however, the Sala mander, now lying in Brisbane Roads, com menced gunnery practice in a manner which, must have caused 210 little consternation among the peaceful citizens of Brisbane and others of Her Majesty's lieges who were on board the Telegraph. It seems that the cruiser in question signalled to the mail steamer to stop, while a boat put off to board her. The commander of the Telegraph, being deter mined to make a fast run, heeded not the signal, and continued on his course. But he was not to escape thus. Attention to the flags was enforced by tbe discharge of around of blank cartridge. This, too, was insufficient to check the onward course...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

EXPOBT8. Cargo of the Kangaroo, for Port Adelaide— 16 tonB copper ore, Karkarilla Mining Company; 20 tone copper ore, IJew Cornwall Mining Com pany. Cargo of the Omeo, for Port Adelaide—10 tons copper, 6 do old iron, Wallaroo Smelting Company.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

HEW SOUTH WALES. Dukn.—The Marengo correspondent of the Yass Courier writes as follows :—" A friend just arrived from Cowra informs me that the principal topic discussed in that town last week was the re-appearance of Mr Bushranger Dunn, with a mate, in that neighbourhood. It appears that Dunn and another rode hastily up to a settler's bouse between Cowra and Canowindra, and demanded a few articles that were left there some time previous by him self, Gilbert, and Hall. Upon receiving the same, he and his mate immedia ely galloped off towards the river. People are beginning to wonder if this young ruffian will be per mitted to organize another gang of highway men."

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

SAILED. 1—Kangaroo, s.8., for Port Adelaide. 3—Royal Shepherd, steamer, for Port Augusta. 4—Omeo, schooner, for Port Adelaide.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

VICTORIA. All inquest was held on Wednesday, at Garugham, on the body, of a Mr. Henry Gal ton, who" was supposed to have committed suicide, but regarding whose death the jury, in accordance with the medical evidence, returned the following verdict :—44 We find that the deceased, Henry Galton, died at . Carngham, on the 6th day of June, 1865, from pulmonary apoplexy, but by what means the said disease was caused the jury are unable to determine." The following letter, which was found lying near deceased, led to the belief that he had caused his own death :— " Snake Valley; Carngham, 6th June, 1865. —Dr Hopper, J. P., Coroner.—You will be, no doubt, called upon in reference to myself. I feel anxious to call your particular attention to the state of a person who commits suicide. 1 contend that I am not mad or insane—it is a point I have argued many times. Death is {referable to poverty—thongh many say the atter to be no disgrace, I grieve to say it is mine *, I wish to be forgiven by a...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

MISCEIiANEOUS SHIPPING. The^Eialto arrived from Newcastle yesterday, j after a protracted passage of nine weeks, during "which she *was obliged through stress of weather to seek shelter both at Port Jackson and at Two fold Bay. She left Newcastle with 455 tons of coal, but a portion of it had to be thrown over board to lighten her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

Auctioneers, Land Agents, £fcc. "OiraiY TO HEND.—PROPERTY brought under theReal1 Property Act. ' ; 3^nsfers, 3MDorigages, l^eases, ajid qfcher, doea tments drawn up. ' CHAKLES E. TIDEMAJO, " Licensed Land Broker. ; .^furr^-str^t^md.OMee, Adelaide. 12 4 c -F O B S A fj E, KULPARA.—SECTIONS TSo.JQ and SU jtoge - ther 215 Acres> vsituated not far jfrom Brown's Public-liouse. .*** ' Terms easy. „ ...Apply to CHARLES E. TEDEMANN, Auctioneer. i Ourrie-sfcreefc Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c ior SALE, ON LONG credit. Allotments—eadina : Nob. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 287. - Apply to charles trdemaot, licensed Land Broker. Carrie-street, Adelaide. a llotments for SALE in the TOWN -ill SHIPS of mgonta, kadina, port hughes, and wallaroo, cliiftolsr; charles E. tidemann, Land Agent. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c h ¥ R E D F B A N O E, AUCTIOlfEES, HOUSE AJSTD LAND AGENT, WALLABOO. 1-2-c jj E N R Y C O ~W" I E * SHAKE, PRODUCE, AND UTSUBANGE BROKER, OlEBEBT-PLACE, ADELAIDE. 17...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

COMMERCIAL. Wau^aeoo Times Office Tuesday Evening. Operations in the building trade continue brisk. We are not aware of any artisans out of employment. Teams are in great demand; the price of cartage has increased for ore from Moonta to 14s per ton; as much as 16s per ton in some instances has been paid for return loads. The plage is well supplied -with fodder: Mr A. France sold by auction, on Monday last: ^Batley,^68 per buShel; chaff, £9 9s per ton; bran. Is lOd perbushei; "bottled ale, 10s 9d per •4o£enIrish pork; 9|d per lb; Sale's candles, Is do; colonial 6oap} £42 per ton; U.V.C. brandy, 52s per dozen; T. & Gh floor boards, 26s per 100 superficial feet; American doors, 6 ft 8 by 2 ft 8, %.4&t>deach i cement, 35s per cask;; also, land on '3^c^terrtwie;fi»om124«>to €0sper linealfoot. ^ei works at the Tdta "Mine are stall being pushed on "jwith vigour. We notice that a ifine sampleo£ore.. iB4>emg jaised at Hancock's Shaft. tThere is ao^g afresh to report ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

Late Advertisements. r¥lEN3>ERS are invited until Monday, the lOfch JL - instant, for Excavating, Mason work, and Carting Stone for a TANK. The work will be let separate or in one lot. Plans can be seen on application to - ---■ - - - _ • Wallaroo. The owner doe^ not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender. 1 5 7. 46 MONEY TO LEND. THE LOYAL WALLAROO LODGE, M.TL, has the sum of FIFTY POUNDS "to LEND. Sealed applications will be received until Friday, 8 o'clock p.m. Address, PBINCE OF WALES HOTEL, M O O N T A. OBEBT HYDE hayiiig taken the above . a l_j— i-Msl ~i j.11 j.*: i. A house, trusts that "by strict attention to business fcb merit a share of patronage. 1 The house has been thoroughly renovated, and everything done for the comfort of visitors. G-ood Stabling and Stockyard. 5 7 c Assistant Secretary, Post-office, Wallaroo. CH. BAUM, 5 7 45 &OYAL HOTEL, MOONTA. /. ME HENRY LESTER, late of the Com mercial Hotel, Port Wallaroo, begsto apprise"his" friends and the ...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 23. RETAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

WALLASOO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, June 23. TIetati<. Barley, 7s:X)dj oats, 7s; pollard, 2s 3d; bran, 2s ; <shaff, lis. Hay, £10. . '• ' BBEAD AH3> HiOUB. Bread, 4id to 6d per 2 ; Flour, 3d per lb lb loaf 46s to 48s per bag - . BBTGHEB MEAT. : Beef, 5d to 8d per lb Pork, Yd to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to 8d per lb Teal, 7d to lOd per lb Lamb, none Sausages, 8d per lb DAIET PBODUCE. Bacon, Is 3d to Is 6d^ib Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh, 2s 6d lb Prime Do, salt, Is 8d Do, English, Is fid Cheese, colonial, Is 6d Milt, 8d per quart ".' Do, English, Is 9d do Ducks, 8s per pair Eggs, 2s Od per doz Fowls, 5s do Oysters, none Periwinkles, none Crabs, none Almonds, dried, Is Apples, 6d Apricots, none Grapes, none Oranges, 2d to 4d FISH. Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Schnapper, 3d to 2s each. FBTTXT. Peaches, none Plume, none Pears, 4|d Lemons, 3d to 4d each .Walnuts, Is VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 4d to lOd OnionB, 4d per lb Cucumbers, none Potatoes, 10s per cwt Carrot...

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MOONTA TOWNSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

MOONTA TOWNSHIP Is advancing with prodigious strides.. Build- j ings of all descriptions are springing up in every direction. Some of the hotels and other places of business would hot suffer by comparison with the generality of- similar j places in Adelaide. Mr Lester's new hotel-^-' the Royal—is said to be the lai^est in Iffiel province, and - the enterprising proprietor ! seems to have spared no expense in endeai votu-ingtomakeitdeservi%dfpublicpatrt)n-i age. 'Hie Globe, an hotel belonging to Mr W. Square, is nearly completed; It, is sub stantially built, commodious, and -oi elegant appearance, and will be fitted up in a style of improvement suggested by the lengthened experience of its well-known proprietor. The Police Office, which is situate near both jbhe hotels referred to, will be finished in the course of a few weeks. It is a neat, substan tial building, and will contain ample accom modation for delinquents, as well as residence for the police constables. Ail hon. member in...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

S HIPPIN G NEW S. <f . ABEIYED. ^ Saturday, July 1:—Annie Beaton, 85 tons, GriffiibB^Master, from Port Frederick June X£. W. C. Eland,jagent.*- '■'/ .r' Sunday,''*Jaly . 2-^-Omeo, ■ schooner, 20 ionB, Wills, master, from Port Adelaide, via Tunby Bay- . Same day^-Boyal Shepherd, s.s., 300 tone, 31. Ward, master,from Port Adelaide. J. B. Austin, agent. Monday, July 3 — Eclipse, schooner, Yeo, master, from Port Adelaide. IX Bower, agent. Tuesday, July 4—Rialto, barque, Noon, master,! from Newcastle. • ••

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Annie Beaton, from Port Frederick—33,153 feet sawn timber,10,000 palings 60 cases apples, 42 bags onions, 11 pieces bacon, 5 hams, 30 bags carrots, 19 tons potatoes, W. G. Eland. Cargo of the Uoyal Shepherd, from Port Ade- j bade-—6 pkgs, Eichards; 2 do, Tydeman;; 2 do, j . Tunaa and Knobbe; 7 do, Wigzell; 1 do, Clinch j and Co. ; 7 do, Prior, 7 do, Sharpe; 22 do, j Messent; 1 do, Jordan; 2 do, Sparkman; 2 do, i Gadd and Yorke; 22 do, Whitford; 56 do, D. j Bower; 3, do, Welsh; 1 do, Dr Croft; 3 do, Grant; 1 do, Brace; 4 do, Anderson and Oats; j 1 do. Underwood ; 2 horses, J. B. Austin; 300 j palings, Bawden; 3 pkge, Stephens; 1 bale,! Wallaroo Mines; 4 pkgs, Saudi ; 2 do, Edwards; j 3 hhds, Moyle; 1 case, Hart ; 1 do, Werilockand j Gurner; 4 pkgs, Birks; 1 do, Elliott; 7 do, Ware; 30 do, Cook; 1 do, Smelting Works. ! Cargo of the Omeo, from Port Adelaide—38! pkgs, Webster and Gribble; 1 pkg, Square; 46 ; bags chaff, Whitford; 129 do do, Anderson and Oats; 22 de...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

CLEA&ED. Saturday, July 1—Kangaroo, s.s., Orchard, master, for Port Adelaide. Monday, July 3—Uoya! "Shepherd, s.s., 300 tons, Ward, master, for Port Augusta. : Saineday—WalruB, schoonerj Anderson, master, for the Eiver Don. In ballast. Same day—Oineo, schooner, 40 tons, Wills, master, for Port Adelaide.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

MININGK [Feomoue Special Rbpobteb.] Having visited the Moonta district on Saturday last, I proceed to give a few par ticulars of the journey- The road thither-r always a bad one—has, in many places running through the scrub, been converted into a boggy state by heavy rains which fell last Wednesday, and which appears to have been confined to the locality, as only a few showers fell on the same day in the adjacent township. I was informed by a person who has used the road since its formation, that it frequently happens that heavy showers fall upon those portions of it which pass through the scrub, whilst the open patches of country are scarcely wetted. This would seem to be .a striking proof of timbered ground exercising an attractive influence upon rain-clouds. The making of the line of tramway is, in the stock phrase, progressing satisfactorily, and, it may be added slowly. Mr Grant, the contrac tor, however, is evidently desirous of pushing forward the work, as he is advertising f...

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REPORTED GOLDFIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865

REPORTED GOLDFIELD A Menindee correspondent states that a shepherd named Littlefield has discovered gold not far from Mount Murchison, and that his statement is regarded as important by the set tlers. Wehave a3so received a letter from a gentle man in Adelaide to the effect that Littlefield is on Ms way to town for the purpose of making a daim under the Goldfields Regu lations. Weundersland that die place of discovery*is near the Barrier Ranges. This 4^ the country which the Government sent an exploring expedition to a few years ago in order to search for gold. Hie geology of the i neighbourhood lias always struck people I familiar with goldfields, and it is known that j some of Captain Sturt's party found indications j of mineral wealth in the same place.—j " How i>o Yotr Do That's English and American. _ How do you carry yourself?" T^t's French., ;41 How do you stand ?" Thatfs German. 4* How doyou fare?" That's Dutch. " How can you ?'' That's Swedish. " How do you perspire That...

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