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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. NEWS TO 26TH JUNE. DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. SERIOUS ELECTION RIOTS AT NOTTINGHAM. WOOL SALES CLOSED SATISFACTORILY. CHOLERA RAGING IN EGYPT. JEF. DAVIS IN IRONS. GREAT DISTRESS IN SOUTHERN STATES. THE MANCHESTER RELIEF FUND CLOSED. DREADFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION. TORRENS A CANDIDATE FOR THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT. SAFE ARRIVAL OF STOW AND PARTY. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 10,50 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

ARB I V A L , OF THE NEWS TO 26th JUNE. DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. SERIOUS ELECTION RIOTS AT NOTTINGHAM. WOOL SALES CLOSED SATIS FACTORILY. CHOLERA RAGING IN, EGYPT. JEF. DAVIS IN IRONS. GREAT DISTRESS IN SOUTHERN STATES. THE MANCHESTER RELIEF FUND CLOSED. DREADFUL COLLIERY EXPLO SION, TORRENS A CANDIDATE FOR THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT. SAFE ARRIVAL OF STOW AND PARTY. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Cfbom oub own correspondent.) Adelaide, Friday, 10,50 a.m. j tThe mail left oil the 26th Jims,..—The j telegraphic meWs"exTends two days later, theline having 'broteiiontlie28tli. I There had been serious election riots at j Nottingham. 5 j Parliament was to be dissolved on 10th ! July. No legislation had been effected to cure our unfortunate malady—" inva lidity." The Princess of Wales and her infant were both doing well. The Commercial news is very satisfac tory, Money is abundant. Discounts as low as 2| to 3 per cent. .Consols are quoted at 89f to 90. Vessels arrived .from Adelaide—Clan alpine and Clar...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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ABBOTT Y. PRIOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

^BBOTT Y. PBIOE. . TO THE EDITOB OP THE WAIXAEOO TIMES. Sir,—I "wish to -correct an error which appeared In y<3(ur last 'impression. You state that an this . case-'Mr Baylor andMr Giles appearedfor the [ defendants." This is ineorrect. I had ihe entire [management of the case and Mr CKles had Inofcwiig to flpmtttifle, mafcf^wh^veF.— -JLamj T. XL TAYLOR.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY* MOVE MENT. A meeting of mechanics and others was held at the Cornucopia Hotel, onThursday evening, to take into consideration the desirability of memoriialising their employers to grant them the Saturday half holiday. Mr Maddern was unanimously elected Chairman, but modestly declining the prof fered dignity, he was seized by Mr Bruce, who unceremoniously lifting Mr Maddern on his back, carried him in triumph to the place of honor amidst the laughter of the meeting. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, remarked that those present knew as well as he, or better, what they had met for. He had seen the advertisement in the Times calling the meeting, the object of which appeared to be to assimilate the hours of labour of the mechanics of the township to those which obtained in Adelaide, and and as the meeting was specially interested in the question, perhaps some one present would be good enough to express his opinion for the benefit of the rest. He hoped the p...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

WalLAKOO : SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. Otjb local Water Supply Committee have i fixed iipon the sites for the tanks or j reservoirs to be constructed with the £2000 voted by Government. Their decision is likely to please the great majority of the inhabitants, for they have determined on forming three in the three places proposed at the public meet ing held at the Cornucopia. One is to be near the Pound, and the extensive watershed in that vicinity is likely to afford a plentiful supply whenever a good heavy shower of. rain takes place. Another is to be in the hollow sloping towards the sea, between the residences of Mr Bower and Mr Shepherdson. Here also the area and slope of the land are very favourable to the rapid accumula tion of water during rain. The third is to be in the Government reserve between Hazelgrove's and Messent's on the north side of the Bailway, where it is well known there is a considerable flow of water in j the wet season. 1 If the, tanks are constructed as economical...

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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. • r >■, Friday, August 11. *. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) Captain Gay, of the Eliza Sharp, was .sum moned to answer a claim bj the steward for wages. Mr Taylor appearedfor Captain Gay. i Has Worship decided that a certain sum ~was dae, and s^adged accordingly.

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MINING THE NEW CORNWALL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

MININGh XFbom.oijb Special Eepobteb.] THE NEW CORNWALL MINE. . The building of the engine house at this mine is still proceeding slowly, in consequence of the continued scarcity of teams for carrying the building stone; At the present rate of progress a long time must elapse before the: building can be completed. The mine Continues to yield ore of good quality, and presents encouraging prospects. Sixty tons of ore were sent away last month. The. new jigging apparatus works well. It is a great improvement upon the jigging machinery commonly. employed in dressing ore. A jigging machine or brake sieve usually consists of a wooden frame, open at the top, and provided with a strong screen or iron grating at the bottom. . It hangs over a cis tern or " hutch" of water, and is suspended to along lever, worked generally by a lad, by means of which he jerks the sieve up and down in the water. The ore being placed in the sieve and subjected for a short time to this operation, the heavy metalli...

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LABOUR MARKET. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

LABOUR MABKET. July 28. j Miners, 45b ^ week Plasterers, lis to' 12s do! Carpenters, 10b to lls^ Labourers, 7a ^ diem .. diem - Quanymen, 8s do . Masons, lis to 12s do ' Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton; of ' 21 cwtr.',; 14s. ■ "l". f Ditto ditto from-Yelta Mine, 14s. Ditto ditto from Xarkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., 15s.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

MAIL NOTICES. Mailsclose— WIiLABOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs-1 day,atlO p.m. '.'Si gor;Kfldina .and- Moonta, eyery day, -at 8 ajn. j < *' MOONTA. * ' ' \ ' ' " For Adelaide, on- Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadinaand Wallaroo, every day (Sundays5 excepted), at 3.30 p.m. ^ kadHta. i zFor Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and ] Friday, at 5 a.m. lPor JMLqont8*> every day, {Sundays excepted), at ] 9 sum. , . ' ! o, ejrery day {Sundays excepted), 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

Medical. T\/TRS KENNIE, PHYSICIENNE (FbOM LONDOIf), May be CONSULTED daily in HOPELESS CASES, Medical and Surgical, given over by Doctors as INCURABLE. Twenty years' suc cessful experience gives her great confidence in undertaking cures. Consulting letters, addressed to Mrs Rennie, Physicienne, G-rote-street west, Adelaide, en closing 10s in stamps or poBt-office order, will be promptly answered j and with 15s additional (in Jill, 25s), Remedies will be sent to any post town in the colony, with her list of hopeless cases cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafness, ulcers, cancers, eruptions, nervous disorders, heart palpitations, consumptive cough, bilious indigestion, rheuma tism, lameness, dropsy, female disorders, ckildrer' complaints, worms &c. NEW GASES WELL KNOWN. 1. HEART PALPITATION. A gefitlcjmap long ilTwith Palpitation-of the. Heartj;Tisible 'eveii 't6 the eye, was doomed by a leading doctor-to die before noon, a care being" impossible.1 <At once he made his -will,...

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RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

RIDING. The following advice to ladies on. rising in the saddle is given by a correspondent of the Queen :—I venture to send you a few lines further upon ladies' horsemanship, and espe-r cially the trot. A riding-master will generally tell a beginner to rise from the stirrup as a man does. This is incorrect, $nd for this reason: the lady having but one stirrup, bear ing all her weight upon it, pulls the sad41e;to one side, and frequently severely galls the horse's off wither. The proper way of rising is from the right knee, bearing no weight at all in the stirrup; in fact, trotting without a stirrup should be practised to render . this mode easy; of course, on a very quiet, safe horse; but the rider will soon find that this method requirei much less exertion, particularly if she has the third pummel, the use of which is now almost universal. I used to have my horses laid up for weeks together with sore backs; but since I have tried this method, which was taught me by one of the best...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We are obliged to hold over several communi cations, including a large portion of our Moonta correspondent's letter, which contains a lengthy j account of a cricket match, and subsequent, dinner. ]

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 August 1865

BIRTH. I Croft.- On the 7th August, at Wallaroo Mines,     the wife of Mr James Croft, of a daughter.

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DETAILS OF THE FLIGHT AND CAPTURE OF MR DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

DETAILS OF THE FLIGHT AND CAP TURE OF MR DAVIS. The American papers publish the following particulars respecting Jefferson Davis's flight: " Davis began his flight from Richmond on the night of April 2, and by the morning of the 3rd had succeeded in doing by rail what Lee could not with his army-—in fact, reach Dan ville and get beyond Grant's lines. He was at Danville on April 5, anxiously awaiting the appearance of Lee, and employing himself in inditing a wild, wordy, and windy proclama tion, in which he vainly promised what he could never hope to perform. He declared there was no reason to be discouraged, and that he had no intention of abandoning the cause. He got the news of the surrender of Lee at 9 o'clock at night on April 8, and at daylight the next morning he left in a private conveyance for Greensboro', N. C. Here he remained for several days. He was prominent, through his Secretary of War, Breckenridge, In arranging the terms of the Sherman Johnston armistice, in which t...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

NEWS BY THE JtA.IL. i LATEST FOREIGN INTEI.MGENCE. (From the Some News.J AMERICA. We have news this morning from New York1 to the 14th of June. It is .of a painful character. Accounts from all parts of the South depict a condition of deep distress. There was a scarcity of provisions; disorgani- ] zationand idleness prevail among the negroes, i ♦and poverty and disappointment among the whites^ On the 10th a party of nearly 200 j ' soldiers attacked a settlement of negroes in j Washington, drove them from their houses, beat them, destroyed their furniture, and appropriated whatever of valuecould be found; the negroes subsequently rallied, when a fight ensued, in which firearms were used upon both sides, and several persons were injured. The riot was only quelled by military force. Ex pulsion and beating of negroes are said to be of daily occurrence in 13 ew York and Philadel phia. A legal opinion has been given by Attorney - General Speed to the effect that paroled prisoners of war ar...

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

ROME. Nearly all accounts from Home or from Florence represent the negotiations between the Italian Government anil the Pope as still without result. Indeed the general impression seems to be that nothing will come of this attempt at a compromise. Most of the Italian papers express great satisfaction at the pros pect of failure. According to a telegram from Rome this morning, the Pope exacts, as the conditions preliminary to signing a conven tion with the King of Italy, ihat the royal exequatur and the oath of allegiance be abolished in the case of the new Bishops; that no reduction or diminution shall take place in the existing dioceses; and that the1 Bishops be allowed full liberty' in the management of their seminaries, to the ^exclusion of all Government authority. Should the Italian Government reject these conditions, as in all probability it will, the negotiotions will be completely broken off. It is stated tnat a complete rupture has taken place between the Pope and Emperor o...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

FRANCE. The Emperor Napoleon, it is said, is so pleased with the conduct of the Empress dur ing her regency that he' is about to issue a decree by which she is to preside at the Privy Council whenever the Emperor is not pre sent. The Government is said to be becoming seriously alarmed at its continual defeats in the elections. It appears that in notifying to Fans the return of the Opposition candiates in the district of the Maine, the Prefect of the district stated that the aversion to Government candidates was such that the mere fact of a candiate being known to occupy some official position was sufficient to secure his rejection. The assurances of the Government that no reinforcements would be sent to Mexico meet with little credit in France. It is stated that, on the contrary, the Govern ment proposes to isend 10,000 more troops to the Emperor Maximilian, so as to enable him to crush Juarez at once by one decisive blow. Private intelligence is said;lo have reached Paris to the ef...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

IRELAND. The Fenian movement, it is said, excites. very little apprehension among loyal men in I Ireland, although it would appear that it has j deluded the Munster peasantry to a consider- ! able extent. The CorkExaminer referring to the subject, acknowledges a feeling of deep j humilation and sorrow in being obliged to j publish a portion of the lengthened exposition of the Fenian organisation, taken from the veracious New York Eerald.. For example, the American journal states that the drill! exercise is now vigorously enforced in every! township and parish throughout Ireland, by j the officers, drill sergeants, and military j envoys sent over by the order from America.; The Cork Journal ridicules this statement, j and asks who can be humbugged by it, yet it j admits that there is indeed a habit among] some of the young men in the towns of falling j into rank, and halting or moving at the word of command. But it denies that there have been any arms smuggled into the country, or th...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

SPAIN. Marshal O'Donnell, the new Minister, has made a speech in the Congress, in which he indicated the policy his Administration would pursue. The Government, he said, had decided upon recognising the Kingdom of Italy and on preserving amicable relations with foreign Powers. With regard to home policy,Marshal O'Donnell announced a general amnesty for offences against the Press law, and stated that the Ministry would shortly bring forward an electoral law, reducing the qualification for the suffrage, as well as a new and very liberal Press law. The Rector and Professors of the Madrid University, who were dismissed some time ago, are to be restored to their posts.

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

SCOTLAND. A lew days ago, the General Assembly of the Scottish Free Church received the report of a committee which has nowbeen in existence "for two years, appointed to confer with a com mittee of the United Presbyterian Church, with a view to an incorporating union of the two Churches. Some other Presbyterian bodies have also within the past year become parties to the conference. Last year in the Synod of the United Presbyterian Church, and in the Free Church Assembly, there were lengthened discussions on the, question of . union,. which elicited a decided difference of opinion as to the duty of the civil magistrate towards the Church. This question the majority in both Houses indicated might be made an open one, all parties being indepen dent of the State; but there were minorities in both which called upon the committees distinctly to affirm the doctrines held by the Churches respectively. The joint-committee was re-appointed by the majority on both sides, and the report now giv...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

INDIA. During the past month several Joint-Stock Companies, European and Native firms, have failed, with enormous liabilities. A great battle has been fought between the Ameer of Cabal.and the Caridahar Sidars, in which thp hefr apparent has be^a killed. The ruler, of Kuokund has been killed?- and the county, made over to the Khan of Bokhara, . One hundred and eight, people* have! been killed by aii-. avalanche in Pangi, on the Upper Chenal. 7 . An order lias'been issued by the Governor-. General that [export duties on sugar, coffee, teas, jute, wool, hides, and silk should cease, and duty oh rice and other reduced to two annas'per maund. The heat at Calcutta is intens'ei Cholera prevails in a great many of the provinces, anil many Europeans have fallen from its effects. At Cairo and around Aden .it has also raged. Famine prevails in Arabia, and a requisition has been isent from the authorities at Aden to the Government of Bombay to send 3. shipload of whfeat promptly to relieve the...

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