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SERVANTGALISM EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
SERVANTGALISM EXTBAOBDINABY. I : Axtok v. Beadel.—In the Sheriff's Court, London, before Mr Commissioner Kerr, an action was brought by the plaintiff to recover wages actually, earned, and one month's wages in Hen of the customary notice, plaintiff being a domestic cook, and defendant an auctioneer, of 25, Gresham Street, and Romford. Plain tiff detailed the list of her grievances, and deposed that upon a certain night defendant had a dinner party at his country house at Romford, and after the dinner was all over Mrs BeadeLgave plaintiff a little drop of gin, which slightly excited her. Mr Beadel came down into the kitchen, took plaintiff, by the wrists, and removed her with much, force from the house. He hurt her very much indeed, and she had done nothing to provoke him.—His Honour asked Mr Beadel if he would like to explain the matter.—Mr Beadel: Certainly, Sir. I may state the conduct of the plaintiff, exceeded anything I had ever previously witnessed It is quiet true we had a di...
A ROMANCE OF THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
A ROMANCE OF THE TURF. The London Correspondent of the Inverness Courier, writing on the 6th June, saysThe success of Gladiateur was anticipated, but nobody thought that Breadaibane, the horse especially selected for his opponent, would run so badly. It is said Mr Chaplin, his owner suspects foul play, and that the matter will be further investigated. Leaving this for the moment, it may be as well to. intro duce here a bit of turf romance. Why did Mr Chaplin buy at enormous prices two such splendid-looking horses, Breadaibane and Broomielaw ? Because he was resolved, at any price, to bear away the Blue Ribbon of the turf from the Marquis of Hastings, who was also sanguine of winning the Derby with his horse, The Duke. Andi why should he wish to mortify the Marquis of Hastings ? Because the Marquis of Hastings had morti fied him. It was to Mr Chaplin that Lady Adela (or some such name) Paget was engaged to be married. The consent of friends had been obtained, the marriage contracts d...
FRIGHTFUL MASSACRE OF INDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
■ 4: ' ; FRIGHTFUL MASSACRE OF INDIANS. | The committee on the Conduct of the War now sitting in Washington has just brought to light the particulars of the most horrible massacre of modern times, before which the story of the bloody tragedy of Glencoe grows pale, and the spirit of a .darker age seems to live anew. We allude to the massacre of Indians by a party of the United States soldiers, under the command of & Wretch named Chmngton, who was formerly a preacher at Denver City. The atrocious deed was committed On the Biver Cimaren, near the Big Ssndy. We glean the particulars: from the official reports, which cannot be" j charged with being hostile to the North; It [appears that the Indians (Cheyennes and Arrapahoes) had been furnished with a safe ! conduct by United States officers, and conse quently, when they saw. Chivington and his band approaching, several or them went forward to meet them, one of their chiefs, Antelope," among the number, who was immediately shot do...
A WIFE'S STRATAGEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
A WIFE'S STRATAGEM. - We lieard a good story the other day, which bur readers may rely upon as being genuine. A young man residing in Paisley, firho jhas been married for a short time, received through the post one day last week a letter purporting to have been written by an old. sweetheart. a As the letter has come into our possession—it is unnecessary to explain how —wp have thought it worth while to print i£ in extenso, if not for the benefit of the writer, at least in the expectation that it will afford some amusement to our readersM Dear— You will no doubt think me veiy bold lor writing you this, but I am dying to see you and to have a talk with you for auld langsyne; andas I will be in Parley to-night thought of asking this favour of you for the last tune, it may be, in our lives. If you grant me this, I will meet you on the Greenock Road, near to the Bace Course, about dusk, this evening, " as I know you would not like to come in day*.' light. If you are there first be sure t...
COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES OFFICE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
eOMSIllBCIAIi, Wailaboo Times Office, ; Friday Evening. Trade during the past week has been unusually dull, in consequence it is supposed of the throwing -out of. employment of a number of men by the steppage of some^f the.furnaces at the Smelting ""Wb^r He -digging of the Government tanks, •howeyer, will afford temporary work to a great monyhands. ihe market is moderately well supplied with goods, but a few articles—butter, «ggs, "hains —- continue scarce and dear. ,'Ghaff is -advancing in price. Flour is declining. Price per bag, £2 6s.
A CUSTOM-HOUSE DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
A CUSTOM-HOUSE DILEMMA. A certain Madame had business which Required her presence at , and a journey oyer the frontier was accordingly undertaken. It was just alter the miscarriage of the Strasbourg affair. And not only were the douano exceedingly rigid in exercising their right of search for prohibited or contraband goods, but the police were in -a fiercely suspicious and disagreeable temper. Madame —— was a very tall woman, and Nature had bestowed on her a very formidable pair of moustaches; altogether she resembled a dragoon in disguise, much more than a member of the gentle sex. Under these circumstances it is not wonderful that our Custom-house officers regarded her at first with suspicion, and at last with a vigilant hostility: In their own. minds they were convinced that Madame was a man, and that all the graceful undulations of form (and the poor lady was vain of her figure if not of her face) were really composed either of compact packages of costly lace or cigars, or, more...
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, August 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
"WAT/TiABOO PSTCES OfTRRTCNT. Wallaroo, August 23. Retail. Barley,VsOdj oats, fis-* ^pollard, 2s 3d ijkua, 2s; chaff, 10s6d. Hay, £910s. Wheat, 6s to 10s. BBEAD AND 3TXHIB. :. . Bread* 6d pier 2 lb Flour, 3d per lb li^af*. C , - 48b per bag . Screeninggj Is &lt; "B13TCHEB MEAT. Befcf, 7& to 9d per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, *7d to 9d per lb Veal, ^d to lOd per lb Iifflkbi none Sausages, 9d per lb DAJERS PBODUGE. . Bacon, ls3d ^lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Butter, fresh, 2s 6d lb , Prime 3>Pj salt;, 28 3d . Do, English, 1b 6d - Do,.English, iisjSd do 2)ueks, 8s per pair Eggs, Is 6d,per doz Fowls, 5s do Cheese, colonial, ls 2d Milk, 8d per qtiart to Is 6d FISH. Qystera, none Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, none Schnapper, 3d to 2s each CrabB, none VEGKBTABEES. Cabbages, 6d to Is Onions, 4d per lb. Cucumbers, none Potatoes, 12s 6d per cwt Carrots, 5d per bunch Turnips, 2d per lb • French Beans, none Leeks, Is per bunch Vegetable Marrows, none Pumpkins, ...
A TROUBLESOME CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
I ' • ■ I A TROUBLESOME CARGO. Hassan (if his name be Hassan), a Cairene trader, suddenly puffed out with cotton, , finding himself rich in paras and high in flesh, has been to Galata, where rosy cheeks and brilliant eyes may still be bought by true believers from the Italian merchants; and in that suburb of the splendid city, he has purchased comfort for his age in the shape of four plump wives. The rewards of virtue and a good crop are penned amidships, in a cabin of four berths, under lock and key, while Hassan reclines on his bit of red carpet at their prisoii door. Night and day he there holds watch and ward. To be sure that none of the crew shall see his harem, he waits on them himself; like a slave he fetches them bread and fruit ; prepares and lights their pipes, fills and removes the water jars, and, after his long and earnest evening prayer, lies down on his mat across the opening of their berths. It is pleasant to watch the white turban bobbing in among its beauties, and ...
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, August 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, August 23. Beta it.. Deals,9x 3 0 0 7. Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 0| Ditto, ll:x;3, solid; ... 0 0 8| ©itto, tiitfco, «awn each cut 0 0 O f iBaft^kfijIT-i^solid - 0 0 5 Ditto, ditto/eachcut ... \ 0 0 0£ Cje^.Boardj^erfootreaper 0 0; 7 Fhx>ring Boards, T & G,6x 1 0 0' 21 Striaagy Bark, 3 x 2, l$d, per 100 Ditto, 4-x 3 Ditto, 6 xl, l|d >... Ditto, 6x6 ... 3Htto,9x9 ... ' ... Palings, 5feet, Laimceston - Ditto, 'ditto, Hobarton LatfaB,3 feet, ^ 1000 ©£tfco,l3 feet 6, ditto Cembehv-Portland . . . ^ Eomaa ... veryfiearce BRiCES/atthe Join 3 5 0 JDttlER©aA'PEpIfiOJr, ^cwt, 331, to 40s 0 10 0 18 0 12 0 18 14 12 1 O 1 5 , €d^to 8dat .the kiln.
A REMARKABLE CASE OF TRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
A REMARKABLE CASE OF TRANCE. A most amusing occurrence took place in Newcastle on Thursday, and gave considerable trouble to sundry officials of the town. It appears that Mr Renwick, registrar of deaths for All Saint's Parish, was waited upon by a man named Bates, residing in Haward Street, who requested to have a certificate of the death of hiB son, who, he stated, had expired sorpewhat suddenly on Tuesday morning. Mr Renwick, not being satisfied with the estimations given by Bates, and ascertaining 1 that no medical man had attended the: boy, deemed it his duty to apprise the Coroner of the circumstances. That functionary at once sent-to Mr S. W. Rayne, informing him of the case, and requesting some inquiry to be made of the boy's father into the nature of the illness and death of his son, in order to form a judgment whether an inqnest was proper. Mr Rayne was from home; but his assistant, Mr Bush, in consequence of the conversation he had with Bates, waited upon the Coroner, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
Shipping. S39BAM TO WALLA&OO. ^IHE Screw-steamer BOYAL SHEPHERD, sail irom Port; Adelaide to Wa3i&roo on the 6th of September, and on ibabh succeeding Wednesday, on the airaval of the 3.30 p.m.;tiain, tui^'iurtlier notice, landing pas sengers and cargo at Weflaroo at .4 p.m. on the W. C. ELAND, ■ ; • Agent, 30 8 61 / - Port Wallaroo. WEEKLY STEAMER FOR PORT ADELAIDE. fJIHE steamer " KANGAROO, K&i1% Ibeeri purchased solely for the trade between W«Maxoo and !P&lt;wt Adelaide, "will leave the latter port every Wednesday, commencing on the 6th September, under the command of Captain John Xeo, late oftheOmeoand Eclipse. : Ifer freight or passage, apply to ' ' i D. BOWER, ] Wallaroo; or " " C. LAMB, ' 2 9« * Port Adelaide. STEAM TO MELBOURIfE. — REDUCED - FARES. ' mHE New and Splendid JL Steamship SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, . Pain, commander, will sail - on Instant.' 1 ■ 'feai^JSBISagER, j^delaifle. .: SON, Port. ;• _.r; Conveyances. ;~l MOST AGREEABLE AND PHEASANT ...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Cynthia, from Port Adelaide (arrival reported, in last puBlicatibn)—IS p£gs, Matte. Mine; 2 do, Roesiter; 20 do,-Drew; 42 do, Axford; 2i do, Nankervis; 1 do, South Wal laroo Manes,.; 40 dp, Balls 26, do, Scarfe «,nd Burden ; 500 spokes, 12 dozen felloes, D. Bbown j 3 pigs, New Cornwall Mine; 12 pkgs ^fiirnittire, Sr Haddy; 467 bays iron, 80 bdls do,-5 pigs, Wallaroo Mines j. 32 d^o, 194 bdls, De Garis; 40 ladies,Smeltmg Works; 25 bags; Cept. Heath; 5 jdo, Blight; 1^6do,.Messerit; 103 pieces timber, Cynthia; It) tags"flour, 123 do chaff, 3 brls pork, C. Wlitford; 1 pig, Anderson; 6 kegs ammu- i nition, AHanson.
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
■ '■ CLfiAEEB. Thursday, August 30-^Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Port Adelaide. Friday, September 1 — Cynthia, schooner 68 tons, Heath, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day — Triumph, scBooner, 50 tone, 35*H^%mastery forPortAdeLaide. In. ballast.
EDWIN JAMES IN CUSTODY ON A CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
ebwustjames in custody on a charge ofconspfeacy. The eventful career of Mr Edwin James, tex-M.P, for. Marylebone, has been diversified by another incident. He is now under arrest lit New York, on a charge of conspiracy to defraud. The prosecutor is a young Irish lawyer,^named John Thomas Wilson; and, James is charged, in conjunction with a faan named flemy Hayward, with conspiring to def&rtid him of 1400 dols. In Febuary of the present year, the prosecutor arrived in this Country from Queenstown. He brought with him £184 in gold, which, at the then rate of Exchange, was worth nearly 2000 dolls, in 3^eiii>acks. On the 9th of the following March he selected Mr Edfrin James, then practising as. a counsellor-at law at 263, Broadway, as the most fitting person to consult upon the disposal of his money. James assured him that if the Yankees knew he had such an amount, of money in his possession they would rob him of every copper, and that the only safe course was to leave the a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
Auctioneers,Land Agents, $Ct " OJOEY TO LEM).—PROPERTY brought undertheBeai Property Act. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, and other docu ments drawn up. : ... * CHASLES E. TIBEMAOT, "• 1 licensed Land Broker. CumerstreeiXand Office; Adelaide. ■ 124 c F O R S A L E, KULPARA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge v ther 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-liouse. Terms easy. Apply to ^ CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, Auctioneer. Gume-street Land Office, Adelaide.' 12 4 c FOR SALE, OH" LONG CREDIT. A.IiLQ™ENTS~K A T)INA: Bios. 32,43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Apply to CHARLES TJDEMAlOf, licensed Land Broker. Come-streefc, Adelaide. LLOTMENTS for SALE in the TOWtf SHEPS of MOONiA, KADENA,. POBT HTOHES, akd . WALLAROO, CLINTON. CHAELES E. TIPEMANN, Land Agent. Currie-sfcreefc-Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c 0HARLES S TJ M 3M E B, S? ; AUCTIONEER AND STOCK SALESMAN, KADINA. Auction Sales attended in any .part of the district. &lt;3food Stockyards. 9 8c - E W ^ Y COW I E, share, PRODUCE, aid IN...
MOONTA. September 1, [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
MOONTA. Cfsom ottb own coebespondekt.^ September 1, The Water Committee of Moonta have decided on the sites for their tanks. The supply of water on hand in the township is very, small, and if equally divided amongst the inhabitants, there would not be more than would last for six weeks. They have, there fore, decided on erecting a still, as the only means of supplying the inhabitants during the ensuing summer. The tanks will at the. same time be constructed without delay, 40 as to hfe ready in the event of rain. 6n Saturday last 'the large -engine at the Moonta Mine was put to work; It was expected that the Directors of the Mine would have been present, but a telegram was received on Saturday morning stating that they could not come, as business engagements in connection with, the departure of the Eng lish mail prevented them. As the steam was up, and everything was ready for a start, Captain Hancock determined to start her with-. out any formula or outward demonstration, but a numb...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 2 September 1865
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (from our own cobbespostdent.") Adelaide, Friday, 8 p.m. Dr Schomburgk lias been appointed Curator of the Botanic Gardens. The Ellen Lewis has been selected to proceed to the Northern Territory, sub ject to the approval of the Survey Board. Auld has been further remanded till the 1st of November for fresh evidence. His bail has been extended. Over two thousand £5 notes of the Bank of New Zealand have been ab stracted from the old Customs Store, Auckland, and are supposed to be in cir culation. Favourable accounts have been received from the Den diggings, Tasmania. At G-eelong Etheridge, the Bank de faulter, pleaded guilty. He handed in a statement as to the mental agony he had suffered during his wanderings. He was sentenced to two years' imprisonment without hard labour. (From the JLdverfiser.J VICTORIA. : The Gov^u^r. has .^bmitted a -message to the Council and Assembly in replying to the address of the latter respecting the payment of salaries. He assures the Ho...