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MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

MOOjSTTA. (FROM A COEBESPOHDBNT.) All Saints Church is already found to be too; small for the accommodation of those who wish | to attend her services. At the morning | service there is, at present, ample room, i though even that will not be the case as the ! i • ' • 1 population increases; while in the evening the church is not only filled, but numbers | have to go away, unable to obtain seats. If a shadow of doubt as. to the advisability of making it a free church supported by the willing offerings of those who worship within her walls, remained on the minds of those who derided that it should be so, it would' have been removed by the sums which has j attended the establishment of a weekly offertory. Such being the case, now that laymen have to read the services and sermons provided by the Bishop, there can be no doubt as to the result of having a clergyman settled at Moonta. The church, as it now stands, would riot acommodate a sufficient; numbie^ ifo provide the incumbent with a...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

WALLAROO : SATURDAY, JULY 15. The most interesting news by the May mail is that which comes from America. We can only find space for a very brief resmne of the news. We are glad to learn that Mr Seward is able to resume his attention to public business. His recovery will be a fortunate circumstance for the present government of the United States. There is the startling announcement that the ex-President of the Confederate States has been arrested, tried, ! and convicted of high treason and complicity in the murder of President j Lincoln. What will be his fate is uncertain. We can understand his being tried as a political offender, and as such his sentence would probably be not very severe. But if his guilt as an accomplice or as conniving at the assassination of President Lincoln is clearly proved, there is little doubt he will be hung, and he will richly deserve his fete. The tragic end of the late President has gauged a profound sensation of grief throughout the Northern States. H...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. (Before J. JB. Shepherdson, Esq., S.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

LOCAL COUBT—j£Ai> jNA ' v 1 Wednesday, July 12. (Before J. JB. Shepherdson, j&sq., S.m.) At tbe Local Court o(fr Full Jurisdiction held on Wednesday, th<? 5th July, before J. B. - Shepherdson, Esq., S.M., and Messrs 6, D. Young and 3. Duncan, J.P.'s, over thirty Cases were set down for trial, necessitating a two days1 sitting. In two of the "more important cases, viz., Millstead v. BurcheH, a claim for £100 as damages sustained by the plaintiff from falling into a tank of-the defendant, arid Birks v. Weils, a claim for £24 Is 6d, value of certain luggage put on board the steamer Eleanor to be conveyed to j Port Adelaide, judgment was reserved until the 12th inst., when the judgment of the Full Court was delivered by the Special Magistrate as follows :— Mii^tead v. Burcheix. Mr Taylor for plaintiff ; Mr Giles for defendant. "in the case of Millstead v. Burehell, the issues raised by the pleas are—1. Is the I owner of the tank into which the plaintiff fell liable...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. 1 .4". ABMVBDe ^ Thtiw^ay, *T«ly lSr^Kangaroo, -s.s., 200 toiis,' Orchar^jmaeiter, from Port Adelaide. Wi <?. 3<lflad^^a^:£asB^^6i^^W. 0arlaj^, J. .^j»n and wife, '; D.v Lanyon, ^. .Thomas and -wifei T. HawldBS/ and 'wife, >J-< iSTaakervisand . wife, •? R. George and wife,vfi. Arfgjiin &nd;wife9 M. MichfeU and wife, H. Nankervis and wife, R. Keesley and wife, H. Evans. T. MoyBe, E. Hockley, J. Cuthish, J. Bingo, T. PolMnhorne and wife, W. Roberts and wife, E. Bottrell and wife, J. Mieheil and wife, — Wilson aaid wife.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

Shipping. STEAM TO POET WALLAKOO AND POET AUOTSTA. f|l H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, t IL Wabd, Commander, "Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, July 15. The ROYAL SHEPHERD 011 her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide., on THURSDAY, July 20. J. B. AUSTIN", Agent, 1 4 d Port Wallaroo. PORT ADELAIDE. T HE Steamer KANGAROO, W. Obchabd, Commander. "Will leave Port Wallaroo for the abovd r,Pbrt THIS DAY, Saturday, July 15 j and will leave Port Adelaide for this Port on or about Wednesday, July 1.9. - As this steamer -will trade regularly every week between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers -will do well to order their goods by her. For freight or passage, apply to BEEBY & DUSSTAtf, Adelaide i or W. C, ELAND, Agent, y 27 5 WaMaroq. f&sli-saiiirig "Snd favourite schooner ECLIPSE, having nearly all her cargo engaged, "will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to - ' DAVID BOWER, Age...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

' v . . SAlLEDi July 13—Jessica, barque, forJSwansea. 13—Cynthia, schooner, for Port Adelaide.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo o f the Kangaroo, from Port Adelaide— ^ ptgs,rTiiomaB j IS; dof Glifent; 5 do, Martin; 27 do, Melvin ; 3 dp, Richards; 5 do, James; 1 do, Cheek; i do, London; 12 do, Furner; 40. do, Clinch and Go. ; 1-do, Hyde; 20 do, Evers; 4-3 do, Laury ; 17 do, Wigzell; 1 do, Lyas ; 21 do, Stacey; 1 do, Phillips ; 9 do, Allanson; 19 do, Meesent; 3 do, Sharpe; 66 boards, 63 pkgs, Bower y 21 do,-Grant; 107 pkgs iron, 85 do" chaff, Railway Company; 83 do do, 5 pkgs, Whitfdrd ;~9 do, De Garis; 2 d6, Abbott; 2 do, Rialto; 1 do, Rogers; 1 do, M'Laren ; 1 do, .Walkley; 2 do, Wright; 1 do, Jordan; 1 do, '' Wilkinson; 1 do, Sparkman; 20 cases geneva, 5 kegs beef, Eland; 1 hhd porter, Eldridge ; 46 pkgs, Adams; 1 do, Toman; 14 do, Green; 8 do, Vivian ; 1 do, Bray j 1 do; Colwell; 10 do, '■ Anderson; 24 do, Levido ; 2 do, Serle ; 6 do, ' James; 2 do, Hall ; 20 do, Scott ; 4 do, Moore; '196 do, Webster and Gribblc; 20 do, Vercoe; 45 do, Woods; 1 do, Wilson; 1 do, Burchell; 3 • do, Birks; 1 do,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

Auctioneers, Land Agents, &c. ["OlflEYTO LEND.—PROPERTY iwought u mider&eReal ProperiyAet. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, and other documents drafra • * bBtAiSLES E. 3?n)EMANN, , licensed Land Broker. Currie-Btreefc Lsuid Office, - Adelaide. 12 4 c O S S A L £, KULPAMA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, together 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. Apply to CHARLES E. TWEMANN, Auctioneer. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. - 12 4 c FOB sale, on long cbedit. llotments—kadina: Nob. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237, Apply to charles tidemann, Licensed LandBroker. Carrie-street, Adelaide. 4 llotments for sale in the town\x=req-\ 3l ships of moonta, kadina, poet hughes, am wallaroo, clinton. charles e. tidemann, Land Agent. currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c J^ L F r e d france, auctioneer, house and land agent, wallaroo. 1-2-c H ENBY COWIE, SHARE, PRODUCE, AND INSURANCE BROKER, Giibert-piace, Adelaide. 17c GL T Y D E M A N, AUCTIONEER, APPRAI...

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MATCH FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. JOE WORMALD AND JEM MACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

MATCH FOB, TUB CH A M^IofesHIF.. Joe wobmau> a>'» Jem Mj£ge», ,, , BeWs Life of May 21 .annqutites{ that a match has been arranged between the abo'v^ men. The foUovraig is ari extract from "the article alluded to" Our readers wiUbe glad to hear that Jem Mace has at length conie forward and withdrawn theaction bommeiided against us to recover the stakes irihiglate match with Joe Coburn, and has, moreover, expressed, bis regret .■ that/it was evec^m\x=req-\ mence^v This concessioii 'haying by Mace 110 impediment existed to; prevent " ""Bit bis fighting for the Champion's Belt, tbis feet; being made known !© Bosil^fer, the backer of Joe Wormald, very little timfe elapsed -before a meeting tookplace atbur office between him and Mace, and there was every intention to get to business on both '4^£%pe,- who looked w&&\x=req-\ i^ormediis Jb$-;)i!s:';wei^^ that lie will johthe^ay^ife^^ 12st when he enters the ring. It will he eaysj be his last appearance^ ds his iriendsi...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

MEXICO. Serious disturbances are stated to have broken out in various parts of the country, owing to the extreme unpopularity of the Austrian troops. , At Puebla the populace commenced by hooting these' troops, and at I last pelted them with stitaes. In self-defence | the troops, were obliged to fire upon the populace, when five of the latter were killed and a great number wounded-; Wherever the Austrian or Belgian^ troops have appeared, the Mexicans have testified towards them marked antipathy. Very - different; rfeeUngs prevail towards the French, who had the tact to abstain from giving offence to the -Mexicans,—or wounding their arnour propre. Between Austia and Mexico, on the contrary, there exists a deep-seated animosity, winch must greatly increase the difficulties which beset the Emperor Maximilian. . The New York Herald, in its correspondence from the city of Mexico, stated that! rumours were current that ia large riuinber. of Confederates propose shortly to cross the^Rib Gr...

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AMERICA ASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

A M E B I C A\ > A^ASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT. (From ike Some News.J Tbedetalls of the tragedy announced in our are now before the world, and not only in America,. but : throughout Europe, men's minds are absorbed by them. From all; countries-expressions of profound, sympathy have liefen tendered to the mourning people w^p have been thus suddenlyderived of their 3>elovedehief; and If sympathy could alleviate sorrow, the tears of the great repnblic wduldbythis time have ceased to flow. The Queen of: written autograph letters of condolence to Mrs Lincoln, and addresses of a similar/nature have been forwarded to the American authorities from most of the legislatures and public bodies of Europe. In England the manifestation of grief and horror has been universal. We will endeavour to follow the narrative of events as nearly as possible as they were reported in the public journals, in chronological order. From the various accounts furnished are gathered these particulars of the as...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

ITALY. Thenegotiations betweentheluliaiigovern\x=req-\ ment and the Pope stili coatiaue IS otwiih\x=req-\ standing the outcry of the -extreme party of action, Prince Odo of-Sav-oy is ?aid fc« possess the greatest influence , over King Victor Emmanuel, and to be the principal author os the latest change in-the Italian policy; he if constantly attacked by the Mazzinian press. General Cameron, saysthe Army and Navy Gazette has asked ^OOO men from E vgland as reiaforcsments. ' The Secretary for War noj only peremptorily declines to send them, but. repeats his instructions for the withdrawal of five regiments. The -colonial government has asked permission to enlist 1500 men from the . troops now in New .Zealand as. a local, force, and the Government is willing to accede to their request. But whether the local corps is to be en the footinj^ of militia, or a colonial regiment like the Caiadiau Rifles, does not atmeai. .V ~ Tie ho'nour'of .knighthood has been conferred on Mr Thwaites; the c...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

FRANCE. It now appears that the Emperor Napoleon is disposed rather to ext nd than shorten his stay in Africa, and it is announced that his majesty purposes to visit the Seuz Canal before returning ,to Prance. In such a case he cannot be expected back in his own capital before June 10. This has caused much disappointment in Paris, as the utmost uneasiness prevails concering the Mexican business, which is rather increased than allayed by the foolish attempt of the government aiid its scriOes-fu suppressthe ne ws from Mexico and to represent the Mexican emigration scheme in New York as harmless, and;, the policy . Presid at Johnson as pacific and prudent. • -

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. NEWS TO 12th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. : NEWS TO 12th JUNE. The s.s. City of Adelaide arrived at Glenelg with the English mail on Wednesday morning. The following items were pub lished as a, Times Extra the same day President Davis and his family have been captured at Fransville. He has been arragined for high treason. - The south is occupied by the Federal mili tary. .: ... ■ The Confederates continue to carry on war 1 in Texas. Trade is re-opened between the Northern and Southern States. The negroes are free. Booth, the murderer of President Lin coln, was shot because he refused to sur render. Harrold,®his accomplice, has been captured. Lincoln was buried in his native village. The funeral procession travelled 1500 miles^ The Dublin Exhibition was opened by the Prince of Wales. Great enthusiaism was manifested. Louis Napoleon is staying in Algeria, - The Italian Capital has been removed to Florence. Wool'sales firm. Sir Joseph Paxton is dead. Parliament was expected to be dissolved about the middle...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FEOM OITE OWN COBBESPOKBENT.V Adelaide, Friday, 6 p.m. The first meeting of tlie shareholders of the Adelaide Bank is to take place on the 9th August. Mr Hince; butcher, of Bundle-street, is importing beef from Melbourne and selling the best joints at 8d per lb. The Jeddo has not yet arrived at Melbourne. A great flood has occnrred in Gipps Land. . Gipps Land Lakes.—-There are some hardy and active men engaged in the opening of the Gipps Land Lakes for permanent itavigatioin. As the traffic to the Gipps Land gold-fields is becoming so important, it becomes of great consequence to secure a route from the eea to the head of the lakes, and this is a troublesome matter to accomplish. The month of. the lakes is constantly shifting. One day a may pass in freely, but may not find itecieasy to return. A curious instance of tJusj&ptmjj^ of the channels occurredsome mQn^?ago which deserved to be cUrouicled, and a83t do not remember to have seen it recorded l wiU tel...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

SHIPPING. ; Arrived in England, from Adelaide—Mar\x=req-\ quis of Argyle, City of Adelaide, Waterlily, Trincalo, John Knox and Adamant. Sailed for Adelaide—Orient, Channel, Queen and Josephine. A new ship of 800 tons burden, for W. W. I^dghes & Elder, has been launched at Aberdeen and christened the Pekina. Capt. Malcolm has been appointed her Commander.

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LATE TELEGRAM TO JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 July 1865

LATE TELEGRAM TO JUNE 12. , _ The "Atlantic Cable ias been successfully completed. * President Davis has been tried and convicted of high treason. The American war is over. A general amnesty has been declared, excluding various officers. United States Government imposed an export duty of 25 per cent, on cotton. The British Government has terminated belligerent rights of .Confederates. Napoleon declares he will henceforth adhere to his uncle's poliey—but one will and one action.' . Gladiateur has won the Derby.. Davis is imprisoned in Fort Nanjemoy, near Washington. Sir Charles Wood is to be Earl Halifax. Fire Insurance has been reduced to one and six per cent: Australian Copper, £90 to <£95. A pension has been settled on Mrs Cobden of £1000 per annum. - 5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 July 1865

Government Advertisements. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, June 21, 1865. LAND SALE, 27th JULY, 1865. "VrOTICE is hereby given, that the fol\x=req-\ ^ lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at thej Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 27th j day of July, 1865, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled " An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. ] H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, I Commissioner of Crown Lands., Couktby Sections.—Upset price, £1 per acre County of Daly—West of the Kurilla and Duryea Mines, about three and a-half miles west-south-west of Kadiua, Hundred of Wallaroo. Sec. * Acres. Sec. Acres. Ill 100 118 100 112 100 119...

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN A FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 July 1865

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN A FREE CHURCH. On Sunday evening, May 21, a scene as unseemly in its nature it is rare in its occurr nee, was witnessed in the Free Church of Huntly. The Rev. Mr Williamson being absent attending the meetings of Assembly in Edinburgh, the Rev Donald Grant—who has been distinguished of late for his zeal in street preaching, andwho acts as a kind of missionary in various districts, being himself without, a charge—was left to preside over the fFree Church congregation in Huntly. During the forenoon the preacher gave no indication of the way in which he was to proceed in the evening. At the-close of the forenoon service, however, the rev. gentleman intimated that there would be a prayer meeting held for those who were inclined to stay. The congregation appeared to be more inclined to ge to dinner, as only four, we are told remained to keep the preacher and pre\x=req-\ cantor company. The precentor (Mr Forrest) at once said that it was no use to sing the psalm the ...

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A NEWCASTLE LOTHARIO PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 July 1865

A NEWCASTLE LOTHARIO PUNISHED. The Newcastle Journal of May 20 says :— "For some time past rumonrs of a most painful nature have been circulated relative to the conduct of the wife of a gentleman , occupying a high and influential position in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. From what has transpired, it would appear that matters of importance required the presence of the gentlemen referred to abroad, and it was during his absence tnat several circumstances occurred in rapid succession which have plunged his family into the deepest misery and distress of mind. It was at first supposed that the rumours referred to were unfounded in fact; and that a woman who was in the possession of a home containing every luxury and comfort this world could afford, besides being the mother of seven ehildren, the youngest of whom is scarcely a year old, could not be guilty Of the immorality laid to her charge. However, there is little room left for doubt that this unhappy woman had formed a liaison with a certain...

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