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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

iilPOfiTS«■ ; : Cargo of the Eclipse;, from Port Adelaide—32 -garner; 15 do, Moonta Mines j 10 half- s barrels gunpowder, North, Wandilte Mine; 160' qr-ha^& idoj Wallaroo Mines ; 3 pigs, Rfeed: 50; bags flour, Whitford; 198 rails, Cfraint; 42 pkgs. Press; 11 pieces iron, ill bags chaff, Stacey; 30 bags flour, T. Harris; 48 flooring boards, De . Garis; 20 bags • screenings, 9 bales hay, Bounse-; veil -; 1 case, Wenlock and Gurner; 12 mattrasses,; ♦; Haddy; 2 pkgs, Stephens? 14 do; Scarfe and Burden ; 86 pkgs, S94 bbards, *9 bales hay, 204 sheets iron, 50 bdle laths, D. Bower. ■ Cargo <jf~ the, - Triumph, from Port Adelaide— 400 rails, 5 pkgs bolts. Cargo of the Eangaroo, from Port Adelaide— 3jP%8,^Eichards ; 87 sheets gaL iron, 5 bdls ore^ bagBj Eai-iarilta Mine; 2 pkgs, J. James ; 1 do, Furrier2 do, Tiuna and Knobbe; 2 do, Olifent; 5. do, 1ST. Thomas ;. 45 do, Square; 7 do, Page; 3 do, Drew; 32 do, Dickenson aiid Berriman ; 24 do, G-. Evers ; 2 do, Gill; 1 do, Mel...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

'-■•V GLBABBD. -?33mredayj Septemper 21—Harriet Hope, brig, flrnidt, master,: for Port Augusta, with part of orj^bofli cargo from Fremantle. . : ; ■ ! >Same "daj—Lubia. s.s., M^Goj,"> master,for Ports Lincoln and Adelaide. * t

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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A TRAGEDY AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

A TRAGEDY AT SEA. : A frightful tragedy lias occurred on board 1 the Foederis Area, a three-masted merchant ship, which sailed in June, 1864, from the port of Cette for. "Vera Cruz, haying on board a cargo of Vermouth, Absinthe and other spirituous liquors. The commander,. Captain Uichbourg, appears to have been a man of remarkably mild nature ; his lieu : tenant, M; Aubert, on the contrary, was endowed with an active and energetic tem perament. The crew were chiefly Bretons, recruited in different seaports ; one of the men was^a Corsiean, of the name of Grsini. The Foederis Area was but a few days at sea when the men conspired against the life of the first lieutenant. One evening, when within sight, of the Cape Verd Islands, they agreed to make a row in the forecastle, which would attract M. Aubert to that part of the vessel. He, naturally went among, them to enforce order, and wns received by the men armed with cutlasses. Wounded in several places, he yet struggled manfully agains...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

COMMERCIAL. WaliiAboo Times Office, - IMdayEvemiig. TVade during the past month has been, un usually dull, a result no doubt of the recent partial stoppage of the Smelting Works through scarcity of coaL The arrival of fresh supplies of fael and the consequent resumption of the working of the furnaces will, it is hoped, restore busihesB to its wonted activity. Though dull, business has been for the most part of a healthy character. The various kinds of fodder have risen in price and are likely to maintain high figures for some tamp to come. Butter and eggs, which have been extraordi narily scarce and dear for many months past, are becoming less rare and costly. Quantities of vegetables continue to arrive from Adelaide per steamer every week, but the price of most of them forbids their use except as luxuries.' Beef continues to be very scarce. It is some times not .obtainable for weeks together. Twenty casks of ration pork were offered at auction by Mr Tydeman, on: Monday last. Upward...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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TERRIBLE ACCIDENTS TO ALPINE TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

DBfiBIJpjE ACCIDENTS TO ALPINE TOTJ1B1STS. A shocking tragedy has ta^en place in the Swiss Alps. A party of English tourists, consisting of Mr Edward "Whymper mid liie Bev. Chas. Hudson, injgnibers of the London Alpine Ghib, and M# 3^a4do and Lord iFrancis Douglas (a lay^L of nineteen—brother and heir pre BUtoptive of the Marquis of Queensbury), memberaof-theBame club, met atZeimatt, each desirous of accomplishing the ascend ofjthe Mattea*horn, hitherto inaccessible.' Mr Hudson had, brought from London sozue wire rope to facilitate the ascent, but finding that Mr Whymper was ready to. proceed at once, he leit apparatus at his l&Qtei, and started from Zermatt with the gentlemen above-named, accom panied By the guides Michel Croz, of Chamoumi, and Tangwald, with the two eons of the latter. None of the party expected to reach the summit on this ocqasion, wishing only to discover some way .to the desired point. One "of Tang wald*8 SQlis even returned to the village. te party pas...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

SAIJ-ED. Septal—Harriet Hope,' brig, for Port Augusta. ■Sept. 19—Lubra, e.g., For Ports Lincoln and Adelaide.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

A STRANGE STORY. ! We published the other day a highly^: j wrought story from our legitimist and pro papal contemporary the Union, of Pans. ! According to its author, who dated his com munication frdm Naples, the Piedmontese [ Government being unable to deliver the two j Englishmen captured by the brigand Giq.r duUo, the English Consul had, put himself into communication with that potentate, and a most remarkable colloquy followed. The Consul heard with astonishment that 20,000 ducats were demanded as rans6irl; and in the heat of his indignation sent for a frigate. Thereupon the ransom was doubled, and it was notified to the Consul that if another frigate came it would be tribled. The point of the story lay in the political turn that was finally given to the whole business. Giardullo, or his messenger, was made to say to the Consul, when at length the money was j counted down, and an observation was made as to the largeness of the amount:—" Keep your temper; it is the amount you you...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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INVENTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

INVENTION OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Mk- Thomas Wedgwood-, who was never mamed,diedin the ycsiu^ 1S05, at Gunviile, l>orfeet8bire. Hfe was- a> mat* of considerable scientific attainments. During his father's Efetiiae {he- prosecuted hisi studies vrith hfcaid andthat 6t-': Alexander Chishjokn, and made suoh progress in his researches into the pro perti^of light,&c.,tiiatin 1792, three-years beforethedeath of Josiah, he communic^ed to the UoyaJ gbcietyarii account of his-Experi mentsand Observations on the-Production of light fromdifferent bodies by„ Heat and by Attraction/* His continued experimeiits and reseiu-ches resulted in the discovery of the process df photography, and in 1802, in con junction with Sit Hnmphrey Davy, who assisted him in his experiments, he made those discoveries known by- a paper printed in the "Journal of the fioyal Institution of Great- Britain," uttder the title of " An Account of a Method ofOepying Paintings upon (irfess^ and of making Profiles bj>. ...

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ORIGIN OF THE HAU-HAU FANATICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

OBJOIN OF THE HAJJ-HAiJ., FANATICISM The following, despatch h^&.been forwstt4'e$ by the Assistant Motive Secretary ©| jScv Zealand to the/Seer$tary of State for th®; Colonies z—^Ehb Main* account 6$ the bright of Pai Marire, as sigaifyfoglfce oa/metff their | new religion, is singularly and sttperstitioufely j. associated ? withthe wreck of the ^ Lord Wor slejr. Horopapara Te -IJ% the- originator, is ^ ; Tarariaki native,. and was, for years a teacher. On the occasion of the Lord Worsley/being, wrecked, he tried very hard to tn&hcfe the tribenot 10 interfere with the wreck further than to render assistance, and desired theiato allow us free access to the wreck; but having; ; been opposed by th.e tribe, he was said to havf taken their stubborn opposition very mujch; to heart., and wentwrong in his mind in con sequence thereof. "A few weeks after tb# wreck of the tord Worsley, he came from tfae* Taranaki district with another native teaches named Totaia, to Poutoko, B...

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WEST CANTERBURY GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

WEST CANTERBURY GOLD-FIELDS. A correspondent of the LytteMon Times of the 25tli ult. writes two columns of matter on the subject of the Hokitika diggings. He states that he believes that deep leads are to be found in the Waimea district, and that the present bottom—the blue clay—contained but a very small portion of the wealth which is yet to be obtained in the district. The rock bottom has paid well where it has been worked at the Kanierr and elsewhere and there is no reason why a like result should not follow in the Waimea. The creek claims are still being actively worked, and many of the miners who were tempted by the Grey rush have returned to the old places, or to others in the vicinity. One beautiful sample of gold was shown from a claim which, had been deserted for the Grey. There were thirty-seven ounces, and the party of men who obtained it had taken up the ground only three days before tie former owners returned. The track from the beach to the Waimea 'town ship is; gettin...

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THE RACE FROM GREEN'S PLAINS. TO THE DDITOB OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 23 September 1865

THE RACE FROM GREEN'S PLAINS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. Sir,-—I think you must have made a mistake in your issue of the 16th instant, in describing an exciting race which took place on the Kadina line of road between Rounsevell's and Graham's teams, as I am aware the former gentleman has given strict orders to prohibit anything of the kind being done ; and the distance they had to travel would render the thing both absurd and impossible that Graham's team should arrive in   Kadina thirty minutes before the other, whilst thirty-three minutes is about the mail speed for that distance, and Rook, the driver, should at the same time (as you state) be forcing his horses on at the top of their speed.— -I am. Sir. &c:.   JAS. COOMB, Agent.   Adelaide, Sept. 19, 1865.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

TO COUKTBF STOEEKBEP&S, &o. A- IiEXANDER IRWIN, WHOLESALE jcml CONI^ECTIOlOllB., 27, Btjkdee-stbeet j supplied every description of Confectionery, superior to any imported, at tHe Lowest Possible Prices, without any deleterious mixture or colouring. . Orders by post will meet with, immediate atten tion, and all goods sent will be warranted pure. 12 7 o ~~ KADIKA TIMBES YARD. OH" SAX/E-,' Deals 11 x 3 and 9 x 3, Solid and Cut Hardwood of all sizes 5 "feet and 6- feet Palings, Flooring Boards Cement, Plaster of Paris ; Boors and Windows, 6, 7, and 8 feet Gal vanized Iron, GG- and Iiaif-round Spouting, Eidge Gaping And ail kinds of Building Materials always on hand. ; W. H. BEAGLEHOLE, > 5 8 q ■ Builder, &e., Kadina. WATER"! WATER!! WATER 1!! OPPOSITE THE WALLAROO INK. TIJOW on hand, in , large supply.-—At these iiK Tanks large Pumps and Troughs' have been provided so as to render them the most con venient in the Township for Watering Teams, fining Casks, &am...

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FEARFUL BALLOOON VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

; -Mr:&ox$eWs ]nj^ fu^n|£a jirpmBpy&; ^oi^mc. Gar^ejqs,, '^.^nd^-i^nidioj^.' At.^narie^. tljeirira proudly irose, iiitotfce air, and boundedoyer the Heads of ^|'?|^rtora'.m a Borjth-westerrydireeitoji.. For a irioment or two, the . machine did 4 not 4e^ tp;rise sufficiently Mgh', and ballast was ipstantly thrown out, some one in the car, without a f thought for the heads .of those beneatii^pitchi^ bag pr twb of sand offiera;'^t the contents pf tjjro^rfhree b^gs. in;]a pretty thick shower over the crowns and dresses, and into ,the eyes, of the scampering crowd. The balloon then instantly rose higher and higher , in more northerly course, the occupants of the car waving their handkerchiefs. The X^rihern, Whig is7 indebted * to one of the gentleman who madethe 5||cent for, the following account1 of the adventures of the |>a' , . * . . TAfter a vast deal of trouble (in a great degree owing to a crowd surrounding the b^ooh)^ the\Eesearch got fairly under weigh at a tit...

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THE WILL OF THE LATE MR. RICHARD THORNTON, THE MILLIONAIRE OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

THE WILL OF THE LATE MR. RICHARD THORNTON, THE MILLIONAIRE OF THE CITY. The will of this gentleman, so well known at Lloyd's, Jerusalem, and almost every commercial establishment in the City, and who died a few weeks ago, leaving the enormous wealth of £3,700,000, was proved at Doctor's Commons on Friday last. Mr Thornton's career as a merchant in the City was most extraordinary. He was the son of a north country gentleman, and was born in 1776, at Burton, a village in Lons dale, Yorkshire. The tourist to that seques tered region will find a handsome monument of Mr Richard Thornton's attachment to his | birthplace in the charity school, which he j built at a cost of £40,000, and endowed for the I lodging, boarding and teaching of poor 'children in the parishes of Burton and I Thornton., He was educated at the school I of Christ's Hospital, and on leaving school he entered into business in Southwark. "Rut. very few of the oldest City men can remember | Mr Thornton's first start in hi...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

QUEENSLAND. We were furnished lately by Mr Edward JPalmer with some interesting facts in refer ence to a journey from whicn he has recently returned, namely, from Port Denison to the Cloncuiy River and thence to the Albert River. Mr Palmer left with a party in No vember, 1864, arrived at the Cloncury in May, 1865, and in July at the Albert.. There he found that the Jacmel Packet, schooner^ had arrived from Sydney with provisions, which were much needed,- as some of the settlers were reduced almost to their last damper. The schooner anchored near where the Fire fly, was wrecked some time ago. At present there is no township on the Albert, and all the stores are placed under tarpaulins. There is one house in conrse of construction, and that ib intended for an hotel. Tjhe country in the Cloncury district, and thence to the Albert, is rapidly being taken up, and the great wish of t&e'settlers is Ibat; the Government will cjen&a surveying party to lay out a township. Ever...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. The Melbourne criminal calendar this session is the longest and most heavily freighted we have had the disgust to see for some time. There is one brutal murder by a womanr two very flagrant cases of bigamy, assaults, burglaries, robberies, and forgeries of every degree and enormity, a, charge of arson and robbery against a girl only thir- ( teen years old, and a man and woman are. arraigned for decoying a young girl from her j home, in order to traffic in her prostitution. Not the least noticeable feature of tUe revela tions of our courts of justice is the lurid light shed upon the moral condition of children, j not merely among the very poor, but those belonging to parents who "have no excuse for neglecting their moral education. Jessie Mills, the child who rewarded the kindness of her mistress by robbing and burning her home, would be scarcely capable of such serious crimes, had anybody taught her* even the elements of religion; but this may be partly...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

EXPOHTS. Cargo of flie Trader, for Port Adelaide—100 *ens copper ore, Moonta Mining Company. Cargo of the Eclipse, for Port Adelaide—12 tons copggiv Wallaroo Mining! and Smelting Company.^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

:©NE¥ geo jaaO)^PBOPEE3?lf brought Jinder "the 3Jeai Property Act. cubits dmwn.tip. CHAEIiES E. TroEMAM, Iiieensedl«iid Broker. v CJiireie-Btrefet Land OfiLcS, Adelaide. 12 4 6 S S A L E XIJI#ABA:r--SEOTIONS Ko.20aad 21, fcoge <-■ tiler 215 Acres, situated not fax from Brown's Publio-house. , . "Terms easy. Apply to CTTAKLE3 E. ^JBEMAOT, Auctioneer. Chirrfe-ettieei land GMce, Adelaide. 12 4 c foe SALE, ON LONG- ceedit. -A , IjtiOTMEJSTS—KADINA JL Nos. 32, 43,47, 54, 5*, 87, and 237. Apply to ' ' * • GHAEIiES TIDEM*NN, licensed Land Broker. ; Cum6*-8fcretet, Adelaide. Allotments for sale in the town ships of MOONTA, kadina, POST hughes, Aim WALT.AH,OQ, clinton. GHAEIiES e. tjdemann, . , ; . • . . Land Agent. Ourrie-street Land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 o £}H ABIDES S TT M M E TB S, AIJGTIOIfEEE AMD STOCK - Siy^aM, KABINA, Auction Sales .attended in any part of the ^district. OoodStoctyard8. 9 8 c. E N E T C O W I E, SHARE, PRODUCE, AND INSURANCE BROKER, GCQBEBT-PLA.CE, ADELAI...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

SAILED - wept-23—Trader, schooner, for Port Adelaide. 24—Kangaroo, b.s., for Port Adelaide, x 25—Eclipse, schooner^ for Port Adelaide.

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THE TWO HOURS' HOLIDAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 27 September 1865

THE TWO HOXTBS' HOU3>iiY. • TO- THE EDITOR OF THE WAUABOO TISTES. Sib, -1. noticed the reference mad&;ih"your iU issue~ regarding the present unpleasant proceed* ings of the employers' of Wallaroo t&warde tKo journeyman mechanics. It is qttite iroethafcjeEjB men leave work on the Saturday at 1 o'clock, a&a it is also perfectly true that the employers stop 2i 9d from their wageB; but whether these pro ceedings on the part of the employers are. consis tent with justice remains to be seen, ; Some short time back the question -was mSotra! regarding the -Saturday half-holiday- (orpmarff properly speaking, the two hours' system), bttfc-iibt? general opii^on of the men was, that employmeafc then being veiy plentiful and- labour yeiy^caxasei, it would seem to be taking advantage of employer? to push their request at that time. Consequently the men wafted as they thought, until' a more fit-. and-proper 'isme; -"The request' was made some few weeks back, with all re...

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