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THE MURDER OF MR JOHN DOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
OW;&lt;V ■ &lt;D0^ ? A .correspondent fof /the, -lifaitland i Afericury iireek I have a mournful task tocfolfii—onei of those fe^rftil events which every nowand then place ihe di8trict in which they tjccar in pirofoupdjjloom and sorrow. Some eight >or ten We£kSs^,lte^ j Mr Vincent Dowling) left his home on the Paroo River, in company of a * Waddy Galo' blackfeilow belonging to the Buela River, with the intention of cutting a road from the Parao to Mount Hurchison. Time passed away, and no news came in from the lonely pioneer: no one had seen him or knew of his whereabouts. After six days of uncertainty, Mr William Hall, with Mr George Podmore, accompanied by a black, started on the tracks of the absent one. On through the silent solitude rode the two friends, passing the camping places which had been weeks before occupied by the object of their search, full of doubt and foreboding. They travel on the trial with the unerringness of a sleuth hound; they enter a wate...
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, August 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
BUILDING- MATERIALS. Wallaroo, August 23. Betail. ■ Deals, 9.x 3 . ... O O 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 Oi Ditto, il x 3, solid ... 0 0 8£ "Ditto, ditto, «awn each cut J) 0 Of /'tfottensi'T-x-Sj solid ... O 0 6 Ditto, ditto, eacli cut 0 0 0£ Cedar Board, per foot super ;0 0 1 Mooring Boar&, T & &,6xl 0 0 2£ Stringy Bark, 3x2, l£d,per J100 ... ... 0 10 0 Ditto,4x3 ... 018 0 Ditto, 6 x 1, ljd 0 12 0 Ditto,6xj6 ... ... 0 18 0 Ditto, 9 x 9 ... • — FaJiiigB, S. feet, IiatmcestoB 1 4 O Ditto, ditto, flobarton 12 0. 1 0 0 ; ,..v ■ >CSacH8TT^PorlJand. . .:,v •• . Roman ve|^8CarCB •; ■. ^KEUiaiaraaBfeps,^cwt,33sto40a: "... &lt;ite ^k.
LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [Via Sydney, September 11.] [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
LATEB, AMERICAN NEWS. [Via Sydney, September 11.] By the Paramata, we Have dates trom uali fornia, to June 13. She brings the following news :-r-.. The Overland Telegraph Line was out of order. - It is estimated that there are 30,000 hhds. of tobacco in Virginia. The flour market was unsettled, with a downward tendency, at 8 to 9 dollars per barrel; wheat, If cents to If cents per lb. GeneralRegulee, on April 11, captured a town which was garrisoned by 950 Mexicans. Two hundred and twelve were taken prisoners, and the balance killed or wounded. On the 7th lie also captured the town of Cruttzesde la Tal guma. Californian papers to 24th June, by the Thomas Ward, from Tahiti. The rebel Secretary of State had arrived at Bermuda. It is reported that Breckenridge and Trenholme had also escaped. The Tribune's Richmond correspondent re ports that Generals Halleck, Patrick, and Ord had inaugurated a system of oppression and outrage upon the colored people, which was creating intense exciteme...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
SHIPPING If 1¥ Si ARRIVED. Thursday^ Sept. 14—Uoyal Shepherd, s.a.,~W. Orchard, master, from FoH Augusta. W. C. Hand, agent. Thursday, Sept. 14—Kangaroo, s.e., 200 tons, Yeo, master, from Fort Adelaide. D. Bower, agent- Passengers-—Mr Morgan and child, and IfrFaqualin, in the cabin; and Miy> L.Bell,Mrs Itfaxweil and three children, "Mr and Mrs Fenhall three children, and Mr Wilcox, in the second
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
Shipping. STEAMTQ WALLAROO. f i^aE Screw-steamers i ROYAL SHEPHERD AND LUBBA ."WiUsail £rom Port Adelaide every Saturday. . BATES OF IBEIjGKHT. G^ewdC&rgo per ton £0 15 0 Branper ton of 2000 lbs ... ... 10 0 Pollard per ton of 2000 lbs 0 17 6 Chaff or'Hay perton 1 15 .0 W. C. ELAKD, Wallaroo. ELDER, SMITH & CO.,} Town and J. STILLING: & CO., j Port. J. JDARWENT, Ghrenfell'street. 13 9 c "WEEKLY STEAMER FOE POET ADELAIDE. ^HE steamer KANGAROO, ^ Bed Sblelj for the trade between Wallaroo anci Port Adelaide, will leave the latter port every Wednesday, wmmeneing on the 6th September, under the command of Captain John Yeo, late of. the Omeo and Eclipse. ^or freight or. passsge, apply to ! . * ." D. BOWER, Wallaroo; or Y ';C. LAMB, "2 9 o : - Port Adelaide. IDE WALLAROO. .4- The faet-sailiiig and farpurite schooner i ECLIPSE, ' . all. Jier cargo engaged, i^^haye Eor freight or passage, apply to / DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo JOHN ^TEO^ or to ? CORBIN LAMB. 69 c 1RE...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Kangaroo, from Port Adelaide— 125 pkgs, Axford; 15 do, W. Thomas; 82 do, H. Martin ; 94 do, Laury; 11 do, Hossiter; 2 do, Tama and Kuobbe; 2 do, Olifent; 3 do, H, Lester; 5 do, Hyde; €0 do, Square; 2 do, Turner; 44 do, Page; 2 do, Hancock; 2 do, Bichards j 2 do, Clinch and Co. j 27 do, Wigzell; I do, Drew Brothers; 20 do, J. Evers; 10 do, Parker; 2 do, Efcheridge; 3 do, Haselgrove; 5 do, Bentley; 105 do, Messent • 4 do, Sparkman ; II do, Green; 1 do, Fiance; 1 do, Rev. C. Colwell; 1 do, Harris y 14 do, Sharpe; 12 do, Gouge; 12 do, Penhall; 23 do, Levido; 6 do, Vivian; 15 do, Anderson j 7 do, Adams; 1 do, Bray j 1 do, Walkley; 18 deals. Bower; 5 pkgs, Allanson; 2 do, Simms; 27 do, Hall; 1 do, Birks; 1 do, Holmes; 3 do, J. W. Wilson; 1 do, Bails and Pinnick; 4 do, Bodda; 5 do, Bestall; 20do, Scarfe and Burden; 1 do, Hart; 3 do, Peatfcie; 165 do, Webster and Gribble ; 1 do, Stephens; 1 do, Wenlock and G-urner; 25 do, OookBrothers; 12 do, Secombe; 23 do, Wood; 1 do...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
Auctioneers, land Agents, &c. TtJONE YJO LEND.—-PROPERTY brought JjJL ^ uii&er i&e Real PrGperiy Act. 5fan6fere,:Moi^gages/ £«ases, and other docu ments drawn up. CHARLES E. TlDEltfAM, licensed Land Broker. Carrie-street Land" Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c Jjl O B. S ALE MJLPAEA.—SECTIONS No. 20and 21, toge ther 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. Apply to CHARLES E. TIDEMATO, Auctioneer. Gume-etreet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c FOR SALE, ON LOI\~G CREDIT. * A LLOTMENTS—KAJOTA: J\- Fos. 32, 43, 47, 54, 57, 87, and 237. Af^l^to " v' CHARLES T3DEMAOT, licensed Land Broker. Gwrie-s^eti Adelaide. AItM>4®ipS for SALE in the TOWN s$gps of MOONTA, KADIBTA, POBT HUGHES, ajtd WlLLAEOO, CLDfTOJf. CHARLES E. TIDElVJAIfN, | Land Agent. 1 "Carrie-street Land Office, j Adelaide. 12 4c I 0 H ables SUMMERS, AUCTIONEER AND STOCK SAI/ESMAN, EADINA. Auction Sales attended in any part of the &lt;Jistriet. Good-Stockyards. 98 c jgr e n % y c ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
NEW ZEALAND. - v | The following telegram is extracted fronr the Argus of the 8th instant:— September 7; J The P.N. Zealand A. S.N. ' Company's* steamer Otago brings dates from Nelson to the 1st isnt., and from Auckland to the 28th August. A party of men from Maketu, who went out. in search of Captain Pringle's murders, came , upon a party of Pai Marifes amongst whom Mr Pringle's murderer was found aud put to death. The „ expedition, after shooting. Pringle's murderer, killed another native ghd captured two chiefs, who were concerned in the murder. The body of a soldier of the 65th Regimen+ haB been found near Taupo, with skull smashed. Five prisoners of war detained on board %, hulk in Wellington harbour, have been identi fied as "Mr Volkner's murderers. The 65th Regiment will return to England immediately. Four other regiments will shortly follow. The Baroness, from Yalparaiso, with 17,000 bags of flour, and the Anne Wood, from Toirie, with 6,512 sacks of flour, and 3,500 sacks of...
NEW PERFORATING MACHINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
\ NEW PERFORATING MACHINE. 1 TO TTT~R EDITOE OF THE WATT.AROO TIMES. Sib,—For the information of your readers, I may be allowed to explain that a perforating machine is a modern invention for piercing small holes through paper in the line where it is intended the paper should be torn. As in cheque books, or cart-note or receipt-books, it is very convenient to be able to tear off the required por tion in a straight line; they are now perforated !*) save the trouble of cutting with the knife or scissors. I am pleased to see that with your usual energy and spirit you . have, " rcgarclless of expense," imported one of these machines1; and knowing that your modesty would preterit you from giving the usual "local" notice of -the machine, as you would do for any other person, I take this means of drawing public attention to this valuable addition to your establishment. It will be a great convenience to people in business to be 9.Ti1a tn orfif. -iwv.inh-HnrvkK and ntihp.T papers perforated ...
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. Tuesday, Septembeb 12. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) William. Henry Bray was charged with assault ing Mrs Nolan, of the Wallaroo Inn, on the 25th of August last. Mr Taylor attended to receive the judgment of the complainant* ~ Bjs Worship gave the defendant another oppor tunity of settling the matter in the course of the day. Eventually Bray paid a certain sum to Mrs Nolan as compensation for the injury sustained, and all costs, and the information was withdrawn.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
TELEGKAPHIO NEWS. Cfbom oue own coebespokdent.) Adelaide, Friday, 7 p. G-overnment lias sanctioned the issue of uniforms to the volunteers of Kadina and Wallaroo. Mr W. S. Button has accepted the Agent- Greneralship in [England of this colony. The case brought against Burton by the Corporation for erecting his pavilion in the city in contravention oi the by-laws, has been dismissed. Mr Seward's wife is dead. A new Protectionistpaper Is announced in Melbourne. It is to be called the " Tribune," and will appear in October. (From the AdelaidePapers.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, September II. t The Post-Office Savings Bank w^ opened to-day mit Melbourne. Seven ty-fouraccounti were opened, the sum deposited being £318. ' r Mj Service is beaten in the election lor Ballarat West. The latest return gives Yal# a majority of 377. ^ The barque Lawrence has been wrecked on a sandbank off Flinders Island. The crewhaf arrived here via Launceston. , ,-^^viu-^ Major-General Chute sailed. for Auckland - vi...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Mails close— WJlIiI>ABOO. Fop Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadina and Moonta, every day, ai-fi a.xn. moonta. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. | KADINA. i 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.
LABOUR MARKET. August 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
MARKET. August 23. - MinerSj 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to I2s do Carpenters, 10s to lle^ Labourers, Ve ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do Masons, lis tol2s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of 21 cwt., 12s. Ditto ditto from YeltaMine, 12s. Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, 14s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of I 20 cwt., lis.
KADINA AND GREEN'S PLAINS FIRST PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
KAJDINA AND GEEEITS PLAINS FIRST * PliOTTGHING MATCH. : "• The ploughing match which toot plabe on ' "Green's Plains, on Wednesday, September 13, has -^mugurated the commencement of kstate of things on Yorke's Peninsula that, in our opinion, -vis second onJy-in importance to- the diteovei^of Ahe mineral treasures of the district. It is the 'beginning of the end which shall witness the con version of the Peninsula as a pastoral country into an agricultural one. It affords a prospect of the settlement of the land by a rural population, of the displacement of the grower of wool by the grower of wheat, of comfortable dwellings and yir> iling homesteads in lieuAf huts and sheepyards; of the tillage of the groiuS and the production in profusion of . the gifts of Ceres and Poinona. The discoveries of copper ore are effecting for the Peninsula what the gold discoveries effected for Melbourne—they are expediting the settlement of ihe district. But for the mines the land would doubtless ha...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO: SATURDAY, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 16 September 1865
WALLAROO: SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, In last Saturday's Times we offered a few remarks on tlie nature and appearance of tinstone and other substances which, are found with it. These remarks were ■r * * i • •' • •• intended chiefly as a ^uide to the unini tiated, that, in case of such a one picking up a' piece of tinstone, he might not throw it away ,as worthless. As we have hinted before, if people generally, would exercise their powers^ of observation, interesting, if not important discoveries, might -fre quently be made in the various kingdoms of nature even in this neighbourhood. In a walk along this beach many pretty specimens of shells, seaweed, polypi, pebbles, and microscopical objects may be found. Indeed the study of objects requiring microscopical investigation is in itself deeply interesting, and discoveries have been made by this means wMeh have led to very important results. 'We now proceed to give a brief de scription of the various ores of bismutli, a mineral which lias duri...
THE TRIAL AND CONFESSION OF DR PRITCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
THE TRIAL AND CONFESSION OP DR PRITCHARD. At. 10 o'clock oil Monday morning, July 3, the trial of Dr Pritchard, on the charge of murdering Ms .wife and mother in-law in Glasgow, commenced in the High Court of Justiciary of Edinburgh, before the Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Jerviswoode. The court-room was crowded, and many were disappointed in obtaining admission- The indictment charged the prisoner with administering tartarised antimony, aconite, and opium to his mother-in-law, Jane Cowper Taylor, in tapioca and in porter or beer, and in a medicine called Batley's sedative solution, between the 10th and 25th of i Feb., 1865 ; and it also charged him with j administering on repeated occasions in ! February and March, 1865, tartarised antimony and aconite to his wife, Mary Jane Taylor Pritchard, in articles of food and of medicine. The prisoner entered the dock at 10 o'clock exactly, dressed in deep mourning. He was calm and self-possessed, and looked coolly round the court when he had ta...
SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
SCOTLAND. No appointment of a minister of a church cOffering from the established Church has been made to any prison in Scotland under the 3rd section of the Prison Ministers Act. A fatal accident "took place "T&s&s&f: at a. short distance from fnverary. Mr James Archibald Campbell, of New Inverawe, hired a private family omnibus from the Argyle Arms Hotel, Inverary, to convey: his family to his residence, about 12 miles north from that town— the gentleman coming behind in a private carriage. The omnibus had only pro cceeded about a mile on its journey, when, through violent collision or other cause, the omnibus was upset; and the passengers capsized. Unfortunately, the guard was thrown against a house on the road and killed on the spot. The driver was so injured that faint hopes are enter tained of Ms recovery. The gentleman?s butler has also been so seriously hurt that he is not ejected to recover; and a young lady of the party lies in a very precarious sta...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
IRELAND. TheDublin Court of Queen's Bench was again occupied recently with the extraordineiystory of "Travers v. Wilde." whieh was revived hi the form of an action by Miss Travers against 'Saunders's News-Letter,' for libel. The alleged libel is contained not in anything written by that Journal on the former . trial, it not being its habit to pnblish leaders, but: in two articles copied respectly from lie ' Globe' and the 1 Caledonian Mercuay.* In the first tbis passage occurs" It is true Sir William Wilde might have come into court and submitted to th^ ordeal of an exarni nation, but is it to be laid down as a rule that anyone bringing an action may contrive to; introduce in evidence a number of dreadful charges against another, and thus compel that other to go into court, under penalty of being condemned by public opinion by a sort of side-wiiid if he does not go into court?" It also spoke of the "stories of. Misb Travers," - the refuting" of -which. Sir W. Wilde was of " small ac...