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CHINA. Hongkong, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

CHINA. Hongkong,-June 29 In the north of China a rebellion is raging and rapidly assuming formidable dimensions. The other details of news from the capital are to the effect that the rebels having approached within a hundred miles of the metropolis, the available disciplined troops near Shanghai have been sent for, and four steamers chartered from foreign firms to convey garrisons to Tientsien, at dollars a head. Two sailing vessels supplement the little fleet. The force amounts to fully 7,000 men. Nothing of importance from Japan or the other ports.

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

Government Advertisements: SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, j July 26, 1865. ! LAND SALE, 31st AUGUST, 1865. j "VfOTICE is hereby given, that the fol lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the , Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 31st; day of August, 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 I 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, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Country Sections.—Upset price, £1 per acre. I County Stanley—Between three and seven and a-half miles north by east of Port Wakefield, Hundred of Goyder. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 13 145 85 80 17 102 86 78 18 105 99 78 29 157 ...

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

HOME TALK. (From the Home News.) When American affairs were last alluded to in this journal we had not heard of the capture of Mr Jefferson Davis. The late President of the Confederacy was hotly pursued, and was captured, with his family. The latter were speedily sent away by President Johnson, but Mr Davis was committed to close confinement, and it is alleged, and as it appear swith truth, that he was manacled, and i compelled to eat the coarse rations snpplied to ordinary criminals. He is being tried jEor complicity in the murder of Mr Lincoln, hat no one believes that he was guilty of this, I while the witnesses for the prosecution 16ok i extraordinary like the class of witness that remembers anything he is told to remember, and has'a wonderful aptitude for finding the exact documents which are needed bv his are told, for treason. Yet, if he is guilty of this, so is the whole South, and Mr Burke has said that you cannot bring an indictment against a nation. The news by recent mai...

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THE CASE OF THE HON. RICHARD BETHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 August 1865

THE CASE OF THE HON. RICHARD BETHELL. In the Court of Bankruptcy, before Mr Commissioner Groulbourn.—rXhe bankrupt, who isthe eldest son of the Lord Chancellor, was described as of Staamore, Middlesex, Mid St. George's-road, Pimlieo, barristerrat law. This was an application for release from the custody of the Sheriff of Berks-—the bankrupt having been arrested at the last Ascot races, at the suit of Mr Yates, of Harley-street, Cavendish-square, money lender. The total amount of liabilities and assets are not yet ascertained, as the bankrupt was adjudicated upon creditor's petition, but it is alleged that they amount to £25,000.— Mr Commissioner Goulburn, who attended in the private room of the commissioner of the day, said that he had been requested by the Lord Chancellor to hear this application. The case had originally been intended to be heard by Mr Registrar Wiuslow; but inasmuch as it had been deemed desirable that; the official assignee of his court should attend to all matte...

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HORRIBLE TRAGEDY IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

HORRIBLE TRAGEDY IN CANADA. The Quebec Chronicle reports a dreadful crime which, was recently committed at a place called Laprairie. On Sunday, the 30th April, while the family of Alexis Moyan w.ere at church, a man, named Barreau, who had been living in the family for several years, and but lately returned from the American army, entered the house. In the house at the time there were two servants girls, one about the age of 27 and the other 13, and also two children. When the man entered, the elder of the girls expressed her delight at see ing him. Breakfast was prepared for him by Marie Sauvage, the elder servant,, and after he had eaten it, he said, " I am master here." He then drew a revolver, and fired at Sauvage. The bail entered the left cheek. Sh£ instantly made for a bed in the adjoining room, taking taking one of the children with her. On reaching the bed she threw herself upon it, covered with blood. The murderer followed her, and fired another shot at the:child, the ball...

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THE LAST OF AN OLD LONDON INN. (From the Weekly Dispatch, June 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

THE LAST OF AN OLD LONDON INN. (From the Weekly Dispatch, June 18.) One by one the relics of Old London are disappearing. Railways on viaducts and rail ways underground, palatial banks, magnificent insurance offices, whole acres of commercial chambers, are sweeping away tfie quaint overhanging houses, the mazy lanes, the galleried inns, which are so connectcd with London history. The inns whence coaches departed are following the coaches them selves ; and the paved court-yards, the snug coffee-rooms, the cosy bars, will in a year or two be as strange to the Londoner accustomed to monster ho'tels'-as are the old fonr wheelers to the travelling youth trained to the swift locomotives. Within the space of a few days extremes meet. On Satuaday the Prince of Wales opened the Langham Hotel, a place so vast and magnificent that should the crowned heads of Europe ever meet here in solemn conclave, there could they find for themselves and their suites ample and fitting accomodation; and to -m...

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EXTRAORDINARY COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

EXTRAORDINARY COURTSHIP. A small manufacturer, of Desborough, Northamptonshire, named Riley, lately resolved to marry au a tractive and promising young-woman in his employment, named Mary Ann Paine. Instead of proceeding with the delicate affair in the ordinary manner, he caused considerable amusement by publishing a manifesto on the subject, stating his reason for the step, and indicating the line of courtship he had decided upon pursuing. He announced in the columns of the local press that the marriage would take place in May next, and that in the meantime the object of his affections would be put under the guardianship of a Christian lady, to be educated to something of a level with himself; " for," as he elegantly and modestly'puts it, " of course, to unite him self to this young woman now would be very foolish ineeed, I having been favoured with a good education and cultivation, she an uncultered factory girl!" Mr Riley has therefore advertised in the British Standard arid Patr...

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GREAT SCULLERS' RACE ON THE TYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

GREAT SCULLERS' RACE ON THE TYNE. The great one mile race between Robert Chambers and Robert Cooper came off on June 13, and was one of the best and most exciting contests of the kind ever seen on the Tyne. Chambers won, beating bis competitor by a clear length. The character of the sculling by both men were faultless. Each was equally game, and as to condition they were up to the same level of perfection. The superb strength on either side hardly admitted a difference of judgement. Thus the race really became what all such races should be, a competition of style, and of the skill with which it can be practised as well as the natural gifts and qualities which can be brought to sustain it. The excitement was greater, perhaps, than on any like occasion in the North, and Chambers was the favourite. He won by reason of the beautiful style with which he sculled; and his powerful, unequalled sweep, never hurried, but faultlessly and unflinchingly true, triumphed over the firm, strong, reg...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. Ail accident of the most frightful character has taken place at Eednal a station on the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway. A large excursion train, consisting of 32 carriages, and drawn by two powerful engines, was proceeding from Liverpool to Birmingham. The rails had been newly relaid, and a portion of them, it is understood, had not been ballasted. On approaching that portion of the line the carriages began to ascillate fearfully, the train was proceeding at great speed, and the drivers seeing the danger attempted to draw up, but were unable to do so, and both engines dashed off the line, proceeding in opposite directions. The scene that ensued baffles all description — from 800 to 900 persons were in the train, and the shrieks, cries, and groans of the poor creatures were most heartrendiug. The engines and a great portion of the carriages were smashed to atoms. One of the stokers was killed, and one of the drivers seriously injured. When the mangled bodies of the...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

EXPOKTS. Cargo of the Royal Shepherd, for Port Ade iflide^-125 tong copper, Wallaroo Smelting Com pany. ... Cargo of the Adelaide, for Port Adelaide- 50 ? tons copper ore, Wallaroo Mines.

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FEARFUL SUFFERINGS OF A SHIP'S CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

FEARFUL SUFFERINGS OF A SHIP'S CREW. The steamer Moravian, from Quebec, brings full details of the loss of the schooner Leader and the fearful sufferings of the crew. The Leader left Montreal on the 22nd November, 1864, under command of Captain Vigeau, and manned by a crew of seven men, with a cargo of flour and pork, for St. John's. On the 27th, when off Quebec, a river steamer ran into the Leader, carrying away her bowspirt and jciitwater. After repairing at Quebec they sailed on the following Saturday, and had got as far as Quarantine Island, thirty miles below Quebec. The Leader experienced unpleasant weather until Friday, December the 6th, when the weather became very thick and boisterous, and gradually and steadily increased to a gale. "That night," says Mr Marcier, the second mate and the only survivor, " it was my watch on deck, all the crew and the captain being asleep at the time. I saw a ground sea rising close to the vessel, and before I had time to sing out it came aboa...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

sATT.ir.n_ August Vj—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for Port # Adelaide. 17—Adelaide, schooner, for Port Ade laide. /.

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

. . . „ . , - , . "3 Anctioneers,L&iid Agents, &c. l^fONEY TO liEND—PEiOEESTY brought iM. qnder the Jieai Property Act. Transfers, Mortgages; Leases, and other docu-; ments drawn up. " ' » CHABLES E. TIDEMAtfN, Licensed Land Broker. Cunie-street Land Office, Adelaide, " 12 4 c O B S A L E, TOL^m.^ECpONS No. 20 and' 21, toge ; " ^ ' tiler 215 Acres; situated not far from. Brown's Public-liouse. . Terms easy. Apply to, •:;■ CHABLES E. TIDEMANIf, ] ' Auctioneer, j Ourrie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c £0Jt SALE, ON LONG CBEDIT. ^ LLbTIOJIJTS—KADINA: Nos. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to ^ : CHARLES TIDEMANN, ; . licensed Land Broker. Carrie-street, Adelaide. LLOTMENTS for SALE in the TOWN ^SHDBSof KADINA, POET HUGHES, and "WALLAROO, CLINTON. CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, Land Agent. Currie-stareet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c HAELES SUM M E B S, auctioneer and stock salesman, eadina. Auction Sales attended in arty part of the distract. Good Stockyards. 9 8c vT B ...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

Waliahoo Times Office, Pridiiy Evening. I The market is well supplied with, fodder, prices of which are unaltered. A "large quantity of potatoes has arrived from {the Don, and have met with a ready sale at £10 a ton. From. Newcastle, by the Kadina, there had also been imported a number of pumpkins, which are retailing at 2d per lb. , The market during the greater part of the week has been bare of butter. Various lots of the fresh article, which came per Kangaroo, were quickly disposed of at 2s 6d. Teams continue scarce. Unskilled labour is superabundant.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY SUIT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

■£N ES^i^EDINARY SUIT EST - ' Sydney, :■ - A very remarkable case has recently been heard and decided in the ecclesiastical juris diction of ihe'Snpreme Courtof New iSoutlb Wales." It came before the court onasuitfor, prolate, and is thus reported "in the H^aM : " It was a suit betweieii two females, who' each claimed to be'the widow, executrix, and residuary legatee of one John Brown, a sur veyor, late of Kent-street, Sydney, and formerly of Cane Cove, and as such widow, executrix, and residuary legatee entitled to probate onhis will. The facts were these: ferown came to the colony in 1827 with'a wife and two daughters, both of Whom have since married. His wife died within a short time' after his: arrival, and during the following year he married one Sarah Khoda Eniiis. This lady—Mrs Brown No. 2—died in 1843, leaving three children. Browni took fbrjijis third wife one Esther Carroll (as she iras then called), who lived until the 30th of June, 1859. But they did not, it would seem, ...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, July 28. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, July 28. ■ Retail. ■ "".Barley, 7s Od; oats, 6s ; pollard, 2s 6d; bran, 2s • chaff, 10s 6d. Hay, £910s. Wheat, 6s to 10s. ^ . BBEAD* AND FLOTTB. Bread, 6d per 2 lb Flour, 3d per lb loaf 48s per bag Screenings, 7s' BtTTCHEB MEAT. Beef, 7d to 9d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton^ 7d to 9d per lb . Veal, 7d to lOd per lb Laiiib, none Sausages, 9d per lb - ^ DAIBY iPBODTJCE. Bae6ii,la?3d ^Ib Hams, colonial, Is 2d per - Butter, fresh, 2s 6d lb . - ■ Pnine ©o, salt, 2s 3d Do, English, Is 6d ' ^- iGheele, «oloiiial, l8 0^d Milk, Sd per quart Do, JEngiish, Is $d do • Ducks, 8s per pair : r J@ggs,t2s Od per doz Fowls, 5s do _ PISH. ±ni none ^ Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz :fK^OTw|iikleB, iione Sehnapper, 3d fo 2s€^ch . Crabs, none " _ " " , . VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 6d.to nl£ ■ Onions, 4d per lb - ^GuerahBers, none - Potatoes, 8s to 9s per ewt Carrots, 5d per hunch (Warrnambool) FrenchJ^ns, none ' . Vegetable Matrow8,*none leeks, Is -per bunch •- FBUIT. • Almo...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

VICTORIA. Melbourne, August 14. The Casttemaine Mail publishes a verbatim statement made by Young to Archdeacon Crawford in explanation of how Young first received information of Mrs Graham's murder, aud in denial! of Woolfs evidence. It is understood that the Executive will sit again to-day, when the statement will be consi dered. Etheridge, Bank defaulter, was remanded at Gheeloiigfrdm Saturday to Wednesday. There are 125 cases of embezzlement against him The amount embezzled Ib £2,187. Melbourne, August 15. . In the Council the Government have tabled a dfcspath tecbiyed jFrbm'the Adelaide Govern^ ment referring to the collection of the Murray duties. TheHousehasadjourned until Thurs lu the Assembly Mr Snodgrass' motion in reference to the pajme^t of otficers m^tbe civU service has been postponed. The iHoiiee liafe adjourned till Tuesday. A meeting of Government supporters has been called for to-day. Tfaeraotionof Mr Snodgrass In die Assembly to-night is expected to elicit a state...

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LABOUR MARKET. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

.Jiilv 28. ' 1] ^'week Plaafc^rejllstol28 Carpenters/lOs to lis ^ Labourer§,5e ^ diem - diem Q.uarrymen, 8sdo Masons; lis to 12s do Lmnpecs, 8s db Cartage pf ore from Moonba -Mine, per ton of t21 cwt., 14b. * - Ditto ^ditto from Yeita Mine,14s. ' A Dil^o ditto Karkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above minegj per ton of 15s. v . ..* , ,

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, August 17. The average weekly earnings at the Grlanmire diggings have been one ounce of gold. The scab has made its appearance at a station in the Forbes district. Four bushrangers stuck up Corrigan and Adam's citations on the Big River yesterday, and stole several horses, one saddle, some bridles, ammuni tion, and guns.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 19 August 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. AH&IYED. Thursday, August 17-—Royal Shepherd, s.s., H.. Ward, mastery from Port Augusta. J. 35. Austin, agent. Thursday, August 17—Kangaroo, s.s., 200 tons, W. Orchard,"master, from Port Adelaide. W. C. . Eland, agent. Four passengers in the steerage.

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