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HOME TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
HOME TALK. (From the Home News.) 1 u The Parliament is dead, vive the Parlia-1 ment!" At the despatch of the last mail we were looking for an early dissolution. It came, as expected, in the first week of the present month, and the three kingdoms have since gone through all the excitement of one of the most fiercely contested of General Elections. The work is virtually over. We know, nearly to a man, how parties will stand. Both sides have fought valiantly, and the opinion of the nation has certainly been taken. The result is a considerable accessionof strength to the Liberals. Some proud heads have gone down in the melee, and some new champions have come to the front- Literature has no reason to com plain that its professors liave not been listened to and honoured. Mr Mill has been elected for Westminister. Mr Thomas Hughes has come in for Lambeth. Mr Trevelyan, Lord Macaulay's nephew^ has been chosen for Fins bury. Mr Fawcett (who is blind) is member for Brighton. The Ministers, th...
BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
BELGIUM. The absence of the Duke of Brabant and the Count of Flanders from Belgium is caused, it is said, by a d fference wnich has occurred in the royal femily. The king has lately given the sons of the lady with whom he was said a short time ago to have contracted a morganatic marriage thie title of Count of Ardennes, which was regarded as an affron? by the two princes in question. A reconcila tion is said to have just taken place between the king and-the two princes. His majesty bas been for some time seriously indisposed.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
ITALY. Signor Vegezzi has returned to Florence after his bootlers mission. Itis'stillg however, asserted in some quarters that the negotia tions between the Italian government and the Papacy are not definitely broken off, but that they will be renewed sooner or later; perhaps after some modifications have taken place in the Florence cabinet/ Meanwhile popular dislike to all negotiation with-Rome continues to find expression in public meetings in various parts of Italy. The Naples papers continue to be full of somewhat vague reports regarding the brigand Giardullo, recently arrested, and the revela tions which are made by him. These revela tions are reported to implicate many persons hitherto deemed honourable and trustworthy, but whom Giardullo now accuses of having been the patrons and promoters of brigandage. The papers, however, do not s publish any names, rightly thinking that an impreachment by a captured assassin is not the kind of evidence to be accepted without substantial c...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
FRANCE. The Universal Exhibition to be held in Paris in 1867 will receive the works ofartand the productions of agriculture and manu factures of all nations. It will take place in the Champs de Mars, in a temporary .edifice. Round the palace of the Exhibition a park will be made, to receive living animals and growing plants, as well as other objects which cannot be installed in the principal edifice. The Exhibition will open on April 1, and close on October 31, The Buonaparte quarrel may be now con sidered at an end. Prince Napoleon, after having two interviews with the emperor, has gone to Havre, and the Prefect of Corsica, who had been summoned to Paris to giv6 an account of his proceedings at the time of the Ajaccio speech, has obtained the full approval of the emperor, for his conduct on the occasion. It is reported in Paris that there is to be a reduction of the French army by about 30,000 men, a proceeding which will relieve the exchequer to the amount of 30 millioaL francs, b...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
MISCELIiAJSTSOTJS SHTPPBSX3-. 'The steamer Xubra arrived early on Tuesday morning: from Adelaide via Port Lincoln. She wilLcall iereonThursday evening on her way to Adelaide for; passengers. It is a matter worthy of'nbtiee that she brought 4rom Port Lincoln a quantity of beef in prime condition, which imme diately.found a sale among the butchers. • Ite arrival was „ the :more gladly. welcomed from the oircumsfcanee of the. market ;having been bare of beef for the past fortnight. —
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
AMERICA. Advices from all parts of the South repre sent the condition of the freedmen to be deplorable. Even those who are willing to work find difficulty in getting remunerative employment, and thousands are falling into a condition of vagabondage or adopting lawless pursuits. In the cities and large towns, to which the negroes flock from the rural districts, the white inhabitants have, in self preservation, been compelled in many cases to drive out the intruders in order to avoid a famine. The 'Macon Telegraph' states that the citizens had driven a greait number of negroes out of that place, and had warned them not to return; Public meetings were being held in other cities withjShe view of securing ageneral expulsion of negroes from the large towns, where their idleness and lawless conduct has developed a condition of affairs said to be positively insufferable. Home guards for the protection' of exposed houses and cither property are b&ing orga nised, and numbers of negroe...
WALLAEOO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, August. 23. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
" WALLAEOO PRICES CTJE3JENT. i Wallaroo, August. 23. BREAD ASTL JFLOTJE. Bread, 6d . per 2 lb Hour, 3d per lb ' loaf 48s per bag ' Screenings, 7s BUTCHER MEAT. Beef, 7d to 9d per lb . Pork, 7d to lOd per*lb Mutton, 7d to9dper lb Veal, 7d to.lOd per lb Lamb, none Sausages, 9d per lb - DAIRY TEODTJCE. Bacon, ls3d "^lb Bams, colonial. Is 2d per Butter, fresh, 2s" 6d lb Prime Do, salt, 2s 3d Do, English, Is 6d Do, English, Is 8d do Duets, 8s per pair Eggs, Is 6d per doz Fowls, 5s do Cheese; colonial, Is 2d Milk, 8d per quart to Is 6d VEG-ETABIiES. Cabbages* 6d to Is Onions, 4d per lb -Cucumbers, none; Potatoes, 12s 6d per cwt Carrots, 5d per bunch Turnips, 2d per lb French JBeaas, none Leeks, Is per bunch . VegetableM^owsynqnePumpMng,-2d per lb ' FRUIT. - -,: Almonds, dried, Is Peaches, none Appics, 6d : . PluanSj none . Apricots, none Pears, 4-£d p Orapes, none Lemons, 3d to 4^ each Oraaag€ss; 2cl to 4d r i Walnuts, Is 1 • ^ Lettuce, Watercress, Ifd ParsiujJB, 5d pr bunch -fiadish, 3.£...
NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
NEWS BY THE MAIL. The following telegram, from our own correspondent, Was"published as a Times' extra on Saturdays last Adelaide, Saturday, 12 noon. The English mail has been delayed owing to the breaking down of the Golconda in the Red Sea. The mails were brought on by the Nemesis. Messrs Goode and Cunningham are the passengers for Adelaide. Dr Pritchard was convicted1; and con demned to death for poisoning His wife and and mother in law. He confessed prior to Ms execution. ,r Miss Constance Emelia Kent has also been tried and sentenced to death 011 her own confession for the murder of a hal^-brother at Road five years ago. The sentence has been commuted. The recent elections are said to have added eighty members to the strength of the Liberals in the House of Commons. Messrs G. C. Hawker and R. R. Torrens have both been defeated, the former for Maidstone, the latter for Cambridge. M'Cullagh Torrens has been elected for Finsbury. John Stuart Mill has been returned for Westminster. ...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
^ MAIL NOTICES. Maals; close— • ' WAILABOO. • For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, aJb iO p.m. ( * Fbr iEa&ia and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. 3IOOKTJ,. , "For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and : Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For ITajilfafl and Wallaroo^ every day (Sundays excepted), at-3.30 p.m. .. . ■ trAT)TOA. For Adelaide, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, jitg5 a.m. 'For-Moontaj every day, (Sundays excepted), at 9 aum. For Wallaroo,.every day (Sundays excepted),
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
Auctioneers, Land Agents, &c. ' - ' OJJEY 0?0 £END.—PEOPEETY brought «^er Properly ^et. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, and other docu ments drawn up. CHARLES £/ TIDEMANN, Licensed Land Broker. Cufrie-street Land Office, - Adelaide. 12 4 c -FX O B ■ S A L • E KUIJ?ABA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and altoge ther 215 Acres, situated not far from Brown's Public-house. Terms easy. Apply to i;i CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, q Auctioneer. Currie-street Land Office, Adelaide. * 124c FOR SALE, ON LQDfG CREDI& ' ! A LLOTMENTS—KADIKA: -A- 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 SHIPS of MOOWTA, KADINA, PORT HUGHES, and WALLAROO, CLINTOU.. CHARLES E. TIBEMANN, Land Agent. Cume-sireet Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c 0 HAEL ES SUM ME E S, AUCTIONEER AND STOCK SALESMAN, KADINA. Auction Sales attended in any part of the district. Good Stockyards. 9 8c E N B Y C O W I E, SHARE, PRODUCE, AND INSURANC...
SHIPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
SB[ IT^PT NO NEWS. ARRIVES. 8aturdaj^Sepfcembe£% 16—CynfcTiia, schooner^. Heath, iMyter, .^jPort A^lsade.;;' H. VD.; Gouge,Bge^fc, .;7 ; _ shipj' 656; tons, "W^tajQjg, flaadter, froip JKewcasde.; Tuesday,- ;Septejnber ^ M^Lubni, ift-s-,. /M£Ck)y, master, from fort , Adelaide W. C. Eland, agent. ~ ^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
Shipping. STEAM TO "WALLAROO. H Hi Screw-steamers ROYAL SHEPHERD ^ AND LUBRA Willeailfrom Port Adelaide every Saturday. - BATES OF PBEIGHT. General Cargo per ton ... ... £0 15 0 Bran per ton of 2000 lbs ... ... 1 0 0 Pollard per ton of 2000 lbs 0 17 6 Chaff or Hay per ton 1 15 0 W. C. ELAND, Wallaroo. ELDER, SMITH & CO., > Town and J. STILLING & CO., j fort. J. DARWENT, Grenfell'street. 13 9 c ~~ STEAMSHIP LUBRA. FOR PORT ADELAIDE ON THURSDAY, 21st INSTANT. HE Favourite Passenger Steamship LUBRA, "will Bail from Wallaroo on Thuredav Evening, and-?erery alternate week after. For freight or passage, applv to W. a'ELAND, 20 9 67 Agent. "WEEKLY STEASffiR~FOR_PORT ADELAIDE. fp 1HK steamer , KANGAROO, having been purchased solely for the trade between ^allaroo and Porjfc Adelaide, trill leave fche^aiie?y pott ^very /'Wedntesday, ^©&nunene&igs.'bn September, under the command of/Captain John Yeo, late of the Omeo land Eclipse. " For freight or passsge, ap...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
. IMPOSTS, . Cargo of the Cynthia, from Port Adelaide—25 pkgs, GL Evers ; 100 do, Laury; 2 do, Drew Brothers ; 14 do, JL Martin ; 179 sheets iron, 27 pkgs, Beaglehole; 6 do,.. H. Stephens; 29 do, Scsrfe and; Burden; 155 bags chaff, ^ufcford; 18 pkgs, Bower; ^6 do; Messenfc; 20 dop Aiiderson ; 12 do/ Furniss; 5 do, Gouge; 2 do. Denning; 10 do, Coltman ; 1 do, Brock ; 5 do, Allaiison ; 119 do,Moonta Mines; 17 do, Wallaroo Mines ; 1 do, Ijevido. . - Cargo-of the Fairfield, from Newcastle—800. -tons coal, Wallaroo Smelting Company. Cargo of the Lubra, from -Port Adelaide—3 pigs, Chappell ; 19 do, Drew Brothers; 22 do, Evers; 16 do, Square; 1 do, Cheek; 2 do, ITurner-; 19 do, Wigzell ; 7 do, Dickcnson £nd Berriraan; 148 do, Darwent; 1 do, Bowering ; 1 do, Young; 36 do, Railway Co.; 1 do, Walkley; 1 do, De- Garis; 9'do, Secombe ; 5 do, Birks ; 3 do, Miss Tanner; 1 dd, Brown ; 1 do, Clarke; 1 do, Knowles; 1 do,, Mildred ; 2 do, London; 1 do; T)r Ellison; 1 do, Mrs-Hughes ; 1 do, Gaay; 1; d...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
rOXJSAB33it)t Saturday, Sept. 16—Kangaroo, et^cmer, 200 "tons, Yeo, master, for Port Adelaides Tuesday; Sept. 19—-Cynthia, schooisfer, Heath, master, for PorfcAdelaide. . In feallasti "&lt; Same day—Lubra, s.s., M'Coy, master, for Port Augusta . is;
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
NEW ZE&LiM), How they do things in New Zealand is told as follows, by the Wellington correspondent of the Li/ttelton Times :—" Somewhere up the Waikato Kiver, the troops of her' Majesty wiere encamped in a desolate position, destitute" of glory for want of an enemy, and of " food"' For want of flour. The highly organised com missariat was gradually, aud magnificently' set to work to obtain Hoar, and fleets of shallow vessels to carry the blessed and prediTiisT«?rr!Tnodky,;4Rd." steamers to xow-the boats, were provided by the colonial Govern ment. It rkined an Auckland Isthmian rain on the night of the flour's arrival where the convoy lay, and in the morning the boats had ' a good foot of water overthe floor of each. Now, expedition is the soul of a commissary, and to bail out the boats would have taken time. From the carts into the boats went the bags of flour. The first tier raised the water high above themselves; the second tier came, level with the liquid, and formed a fi...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
I — ' I VICTORIA: From the Ararat Advertiserwe learn tbat a demonstration: of a very unusual nature took place at the Chinese Camp, on Sunday j last." Our contemporary says:—" The day, I which was observed as a holiday of some importance by "the Mongolians, was set apart by them for the purpose of fasting the dead.' | and ffor the purpose about 40Q assembled. The mode in which the appetites of the departed are satisfied ~ appears to be by burning: papers, clothing, and, food, and letting off lengtliysalvos of crackers. While engaged; in performing this xiuty to the deceased, the sorrowing relatives do not; seem to be by any means forgetful i of themselves1; on the contrary, they alsb -join in the feast by eating fowls or such other substantials as their fancy may pronipt,-while copious pota tions;of 'sam-soo' are generially partaken iof. (Jn the occasiori to which; we refer about !400 fowls wers disposed of, either by burning or eatnig| and a^great Quantity- of iclpthin^-'Was: also ...
WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
WESLEYA-N" SUM)AY SCHOOL AOTIVERSAKY. This event "was celebrated on Sunday last, &nd following day, in the Wetlevan Chapel, Wallaroo Bay. Tlie Rev. C. T. Newman preached on the Sunday morning to a : large congregation. The afternoon services were especially connected with the Sunday School children, a great num ber of whom were present with their teachers and superintendent, Mr Gadd. Some of the scholars recited pieces, and the manner in which the recitations were rendered were very creditable. Appropriate addresses were made by Messrs Gadd, Lloyd, and Wilkinson. Mr Bray preached in the evening, and the chapel was again crowded. The musical portion of the services, both morning and. evening, were conducted by an efficient choir from the Kadina Wesley an Ghapel. under the able leadership of Mr Herbert, who presided at the organ. Collections in aid of the school fund were made at the close of the services. On Monday afternoon a host of children par toofcof tea and cake. When t...
Wallaroo Cimes. WALLAROO: WEDISTESDAY, SEPT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 September 1865
WAIiLABOO: WEDISTESDAT, SEPT. 20. The news by tlie July mall from England, in as far as relates to British politics, is satisfactory. The Liberals have gained a considerable accession of strength. In the reconstruction of the Cabinet only two members of the former ministry have been left put, and they are not men of the first political rank. We are glad to see that, though defeated for Oxford, Mr GrLAD^osne was returned for South Lan cashire ; and that the Prince of ^Finance will still remain Chancellor of the Ex chequer, His son, Mr W. H. G-ladstofe, . has been returned for Chester, "We look upon the election of Mr John Stuabt Mill, for Westminster, as important, and believe that gentleman is likely to exert considerable influence in the House, as by his writings on political economy he has long done out of it. The rejection of Mr Haweee and Mr It. B-. Tgbeens, by the constituencies of Maidstftne and Cam bridge, is to be regretted, for the sake of South Australia, as had those gent...