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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. SATURDAY, JULY 1. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
POLICE COUBT—POET^ ISMMtoiGL (Before J. Captain Rossiter, of the brig Wave, ; appeanod to an information laid by Mr P. A. Nation^ Harbour Master, for allowing ballast; to fell^over board between the vessel and the jetty. Tvro witnesses were called In defence, but the "case being proved, the Magistrate bad no alternative bufcto .fine the defendant in the lowej&^Senalty Monday, Jujet 3- • *, t John Jiudberry, -second ;?nate of the brig W»vb, was charged with. Having assaulted Mrs Crew on thg previous Sunday. The evidence on the part of the informant was to the effect that- the defen dant toot hold of her outside her house, and dragged her inside, tearing her dress. Defendant stated that Crew "had invited him to her house, and haying previously been told by another person that he could be accommodated there, he accepted the invitation and went to sleep on the sofa. " Rned £1 7s 6d, including 2s 6d damage to dress, and 5s cost of hearing.' Wj Jones was fined 5s for indecent beh&...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
I - WALLABOO: WEDNESDAY, JIJLY 5. We fear that the Government will con sider us as troublesome as Arthub Clesnam was thought at the Ciroumlo eutipn Office; But we should he wanting inourduty to our constituents—that is, the inhabitants of the Peninsula-^-if we' i negleeted any1 opportunity of urging pur wants upon the notice of the powers that be. It iB Teiy possible that the members of the Government may not read the "Wailaboo Times ; or if they do, they might affect to consider it as inerely a little/ provincial paper, and therefore beneath their notice. But we claim attention as the mouthpiece of ten thou sand inhabitants of a district second in importance to none in the colony^ We are fully convinced that we shall never get anything done for the district except by the most pertinacious importunity, in bringing our wants before the notice of Grovernment. We have sometimes de bated with ourselves whether it were better to hammer away at one thing until we gained it, or whether we ...
ADDITIONAL AMERICAN ITEMS BY TELEGRAPH FROM LONDON AND MARSEILLES. April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
ADDITIONAL AMERICAN ITEMS BY TELEGRAPH FROM LONDON AND MARSEILLES. April 27. From despatches dated on the evening of the 15th, from New York, we learn that Mr William Hunter ha,s been appointed Secretary for Foreign Affairs ad interim, daring the illness of Mr Seward. The Italian Parliament, in their sitting of the 5J7th April, have voted an address of con dolence to the American Congress. They have also ordered the national flag to be draped in mourning for three days. London 27th, Evening. Mr Mason, the representative of the Confe derate States in London, publishes a letter in which he repels with indignation the unworthy insinuations of Mr Stanton -as to -the alleged" complicity of the South in the assassination of Mr Lincoln. He observes that an inquest was impossible in the few hours which ^lapsed between the perpetration of the crime and the transmission of Mr Stanton's despatch. The new President, Johnson, was born in South Carolina. Before he became a public man lie had to s...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 7-30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. cfeom otte own ctobsespokdestt.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 7-30 p.m. In the House of Assembly, to-day— Despatches from the Home Government were laid on the table. They aire supposed^ to confirm many of Judge Boothby's opinions Mr Santo moved that the House adjourn fcr a week for the purpose of affording the Government an Opportunity of defining their policy.. The motion was regarded as hostile to the Ministry, and was negatived by a majority of three. j At the newly-found goldfielii at the Barrier j Ranges, Littlefield has found gold of the size j of sweet peas. It is doubtful whether the| locality, is in our territory or in that of Newj South Wales. The discovery is regarded as! important. | The new Bank shares were all allotted to-; day. A good many persons were disappointed j at the result.
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, June 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, June 23. Retail. Deals, 9x3 00 Ditto, sawn, extra, each cut 0 0 Ditto, 11 x 3, solid ... 00 Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 0 Battens, 7x3, solid ... 0 0 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 00 Cedar Board, per foot super 0 0 Mooring Boards, T & &lt;3-, 6 x 1 0 0 Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, ljd, per 100 ... 0 10 Ditto, 4x3 ... 0 18 Ditto, 6 x 1, lid 0 12 Ditto, 6x6 ... 0 18 Ditto, 9x9 ... — Palings; 5 fee t, Launceston 1 4 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 1 2 Laths, 3 feet, 1000 ... 1 0 Ditto, 3feet6,ditto ... 15 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 Roman ... 10 Bbicks, at the kiln ... 3 5 COEETT&ATED iron, ^ CWt, 33s to 40s Zinc, cwt, 40s .. lime, per bushel, 6d to 8d. 7 Oi 84 Of 5 Ok 7 2k 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 •o 0
LABOUR MARKET. June 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
LABOUR MARKET. June 23. Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, 7s ^ diem diem - Quarrymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 12 cwt., 14s. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 14s. Ditto ditto from Karkariila Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., 13s.
A DEMONIACAL EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
A DEMONIACAL EPIDEMIC. The Cornhill Magazine for April has a long account of a mania which has for several years afflicted a Savoyard village. In eight months twenty-eight persons were under the influence of a disease that the local doctors reported to be abnormal and unaccountable. A physician who went to Morzine, and observed, some of the cases that had appeared at this epoch, relates thus an interview that I lie had with one of the " possessed.1' " The ] patient was about thirty years old. She was dark in complexion, and of a nervous tern-! perament; her health was good. At Jthe time of my visit she was making preparations for going to Sallenches, a tows at some distance, where she was to be sequestered. When I went into her room she was leaning: over her baggage. " I spoke to her, but she did not reply; soon aft&r her head and upper members .becamie.: conyulsed, and she began to speak in a jerkingway. I pinched and pricked ber unawares, with a large needle, asshe leant a...
AN OLD POACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
AN OLD POACHER. In the Forest Sketches, just published by Edmonston & Douglas, are notices of the High - land deer-hounds, remarkable, for staunch courage and speed.. The Lord President, Duncan M'JSTeill, is said to have done more than any other person to preserve this fine breed of deer-hounds. In the old poaching days, though there were very few brutal assaults in the north, it*was no part of the nature of a Highlander to allow himself to be taken without doing all in his power to escape and the author of the sketches illustrates this bya good story Along, lanky, sulky-lqokiug Highlander was once caught in a well-known forest by a party of foresters who were in attendance on their master. He was at once carried to the presence of a nobleman, whose wrath few could stand unmoved. " Who are you, sirrah!" "No pody," was the answer. " And what are you doing in my forest?" " No pody," again answered the Highland man. "Wnere are you irom r ' .No pody," was again repeated., This s...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
MAIL NOTICES. | Mails close— WALIiABOO. , For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. MOOmHA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and 1 Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. KADINA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. For Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 a,m. For Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. WALLAROO TIMES SCALE OF CHABGKES. Four lines and under ... Two Shillings Six lines ... ... Three Shillings Eight lines ... ... Four Shillings And every additional line. Threepence. Scaie of Discounts. Three insertions ... 12^ per cent Four insertions ... 16 per cent Six insertions ... 25 per cent Twelve insertions ... 38 per cent Twenty-six insertions and over ... 50 per cent It is particularly requested that advertisements be ordered for a specific time, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. MOOIT A. HM. JACKSON begs to return thanks to • the public of this Township for the liberal maniler in which they have hitherto sup ported him. While not professing to sell goods cheaper than others in the trade, he is now enabled to supply his customers with a FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE of COLONIAL MAKE. Having engaged the services of efficient workmen, he will yield to I none in the quality of the work turned out at his j Snobbery.1...
PAPERS OF THE DUKE DE MORNY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
PAPERS OF THE DUKE DE MOUNT. As soon as M. de Morny was dead they sent word to the Emperor. He came imme diately ^although it was but eight o'clock in the morning, accompanied by M. Rouher, whose first start in life was as a lawyer. The Emperor went immediately to the dead man's secretaire, and opening a drawer m it full of papers, desired that they might be packed up at once so that he could take them back with him to the Tuileries. But this M. Router's professional conscience would not allow. The vestiges of such consciences are to be discerned t long after all trace of the common generic moral conscience is obliterated. "It is an impossibility, Sire, the law forbids it; and, besides, what would the family say, if after wards papers relating to M. de Moray's property were missing, and that it became known that I, the Minister of Justice, bound to enforce the law, stood by while they were abstracted!" So the Emperor had to.yield, I and content himself with having seals affixed, I w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
Medical JJ 0 LX O W A Y'S P I L L S ALL DISORDERS AEFECTING THE LIVER, STOMACH AND BOWELS. 7 These Pills can be confidently recommended as the most simple and certain remedy for indi gestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, con? stipatiojij and all the many maladies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. In all ■diseases it is of primary importance to set the stomach right. These Pills are purifiers, altera tives, and strengthened of the stomach. They. may be taken under any circumstances. Though, powerfully tonic, and satisfactorily aperient, they ' are mild in their operation, and beneficial to the whole system.' WEAKNESS AID DEBIBITY, NERVOUS . IRRITABILITY. The wholesome effect exercised bythese admirable Fills over the blood and fluids generally is like a charm in dispelling low spirits, and restoring chieer^ fulness. Their general aperient qualities well fit them for a domestic medicine, particularly for females of all ages and periods of life, They never betray a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 July 1865
Shipping. STEAM TO POET WALLAROO AND PORT AUGUSTA. H. Waed, Commander, Wili leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, July 15. The ROYAL SHEPHERD =will, on her return; ;trip, leaye Port Augusta, fbr Wallaroo and Port; Adelaide, on T H E Screw - Steamship "ROYAL SHEPHERD, 1 4 d THURSDAY, fuly 20. J. B. AUSTIN, Agent, Port Wallaroo. FOE. WATiTiAUOO. Steamer EAIVGAKOO, W. Obchabd, Commander. | "Will leave Port Adelaide for this place on or about WEDOT5SDAY. July 5tli; and will leave this Port for Port Adelaide on or al>out SATUR DAY, the 8th inst. # As this steamer will trade regularly every week 3>etween Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers will do well to order their goods by her. For freight or passage, apply to BEEBY & BTJSTSTAN, Adelaide; or W. G. ELAND, Agent, =• 2&lt;T 5 "' - _ "WafiMOo. Wanted. WAINTED, a strong respectable YOUTH as INDOOR APPRENTICE to a General and Shoeing Smith. Apply to G-. Ward, Wallaroo Bay. 124 5c '"ANTED...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 July 1865
Educational. ALLAHOO ACADEMY - Conducted by Mr and Mrs HARRIS. Old Congregational Chapel. NOTICE OF EEMOVAL. ME HABBIS respectfully informs his patrons ■ and the public generally, that his School is BEMOYED to the Old CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, where, assisted by his wife, he will continue to devote his energies towards the education of his pupiis. The Chapel has been altered so as to form two capacious rooms, one of which is used as a Girls' and the other as a Boys' Schoolroom. Mrs Harris continues to give LESSONS on the PIANOFOBTE to Young Ladies. 28 6 46 Business Notices. PBINCE OF WALES HOTEL, MOONTi ROBERT HYDE having taken the above house, trusts that bj strict attention to business to merit a share of patronage. The house has been thoroughly renovated, and everything done for the comfort of visitors. G-ood Stabling and Stockyard. 5 7c ROYAL HOTEL, MOO NT A. MR HENRY 'LESTER, late of the Com mercial Hotel, Port Wallaroo, begs to apprise his friends and the public in general, that ...
REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL SHERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 July 1865
REMINISCENCES OF GENERAL SHER MAN". The following incidents in the. career of General Sherman, whose recent exploits have rendered him so famous, are taken from an interesting article in Harper's New Monthly Magazine:— SHERMAN'S DISPOSITION. Of the few prominent men developed by this war who will leave ^ lasting impreseion on the mind of the nation, W. T. Sherman may he ranked as among the first and most original. The recollections which are here given are those of one who, at a respectfnl distance, has watched his career almost from the beginning. General Sherman may be described as 44 a bundle of nerves,'' all strung to the greatest tension. The most striking feature of his character is a peculiar nervous energy which knows no cessation, and which resistless. He is untiring in his efforts, and hesitates at no amount of detail, matters great and small receiving his attention. A hard, earnest worker, he devotes but little time to sleep, When he first assumed command at Louisville, i...
SHOCKING ACCIDENT IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 July 1865
SHOCKING ACCIDENT IN LOUDON. An accident of a very shocking nature hap pened on Saturday last during the progress of some sewerage works in the Seven Sisters Road, by which one man was literally buried alive, and another so seriously injured as to necessitate his removal to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. For some time past a large gang of workmen have been engaged in the forira~ tion of a, new sewer through Bradstock Lane, and Stroud Green Lane, Which, when com pleted, will.be upwards of a mile in length, and pass under the Seven Sisters Road from one of those thoroughfares to the other* and also underneath the Great Northern Railway and Hampstead Junction Hallway viaducts. This junction is intended to receive &e drainage from the property inthe neighbmirhood, and will be discharged into the main sewerwhich which has been formed by the Metropolitan Board of Works, and which passes through Bradstock Lane. The tunnelling "for the pur poses of the new sewer under the seven Sis ter...
TAKING HIM AT HIS WORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 8 July 1865
TAKING HIM AT HIS WORD. A short time since, we chronicled an act of commendable courage and humanity on the part of a 3roung man named Ennis, at Queen stown, in rescuing a young lady from drown ing. We have now to speak of him as the hero of a very different adventure. Ennis was one of the crew of the boat used hi connection with the " Missions afloat" at Queenstown, and on Saturday last, while waiting for one of i the reverend missionaries to embark, he strolled into the midst of a large group of emigrants who were awaiting the; Inman steamer, City of Limerick. Amongst the crowd was an elderly man of the small farmer class, accom panied by a well-lookingyouug girl, apparently his daughter, and a child several years younger. The tender was steaming at the pier, and there was the usual hustle inci dental to the embarkation of a large number of passengers with their multifarious baggage. The cominotionseemed to shake the determina tion of the older intending einigrant—his courage bega...