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MOONTA. March 15, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

MOOOTA. (FBOM OtTB OWN COBEESPONDENT.) March. 15,1865. j Mdme. Carandini's concert was veiy numerously attended by a delighted audience, "whicli^eefcified its appreciation of the singing by repeated pandits. All appeared to be in good voiee, and their per formance was unexceptionable. At the close of the concert Mr Sherwin stated that unavoidably they could only devote one evening to Moonta, and regretted that other arrangements prevented a more lengthened stay, Before closing this notice I plight just remark that very imperfect arrangements as to seating had been made, and that consequently large numbers had to stand the "whole time, in a densely heated atmosphere and'a crammed room. Building still progresses, and houses large and small, for business or private dwellings, are being erected. ^ The question of the new fort of Parrara is one to which I recently referred, and would be of great * benefit to this town and neighbourhood if carried out. The recent influx of immigrants has ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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A THIEVES' DEN IN THE NATIVE CITY OF CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

A THIEVES' I>E3f INT THE NATIVE CITY OF CALCUTTA. We extract the following from a letter of a correspondent to the Times :—" Wq had penetrated along way deep into the entrails of the native city when my companion seemed ; to recognise some object of \yhich hfc had been in quest- It was a two-'stdried house domi nating all; its neighbors, and extending far away backwards, .coyermg; much ground. He lit a dark^lantern, gave his horse to a chowkedar whom he had hailed some minutes before, and motioned me. to. follow. There was a hole about two feet sqmre in the «losed door ,of this house, or rather this great shell of brickwork—a hole concealed by a rag which hung pyer .it. Through thislhole, we crept, andfound ourselves inaroom filled with a suffocating vapor.. A man and a boy were asleep on a trestle, so fast asleep that, although we'flashed the lantern over their faces, they did not wake. Through this room we passed intp a ruinous yard—-weei and bricfcwood and broken/masonry. Our ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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POLICE COURT—PORT WALLAROO. MONDAY, MARCH 20. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

poT.TnF. fiorr#iu-mKr " \1^ndai^ Mabc3bc 20.; " (Before jJ. B. ShepherdaoiijEsq., S.M.) JchnMonrowas "with stealing 3s from Mr JB&selgi^e'^fc^at the Cornucopia Hotel,-on the i^thinrtj; . — Keegan,ibarman at- the Cornucopia, stated that on the mbrtung of 3?riday,. the. 17 th March, lie saw prisoner rin the nar, and served fo'm with two glasses of ale Oh credit.. There .were 10s in silver in the till. On returning to the barfroma , room where he had been serving, a customer, he observed prisoner at the till, and on looking over the silver, found there were only 7s. Witness had « his suspicions aroused, and he told Police trooper Moriarty, who searched the prisoner, and found 15s -Sd.on him. Previous to being - searched, Moriarty asked prisoner if he had any money, and lie replied he had not. The police-trooper then took the prisoner to the station. Witness found, after the arrest of the prisoner, a pipe-cover in the copper compartment of the till, which he handed to the.police...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

FRANCE. The Emperor of the French received the Corps Diplomatique on the 1st of January at the Tuileries. The Papal Nuncio presented to the Emperor the congratulations of the body, and his majesty, in reply, said a few words, which, while- they touched upon no political question, expressed an earnest hope for the maintenance of good Telations between the European States. ; The Encyclical letter of the Pope has at tracted considerable attention in Paris, #vhere it is generally considered as a complete breach between the Tuileries and the Vatican, and that the Court of .Rome has adopted a course which shuts the mouth of the most eloquent and influential of its defenders. The French Minister of Justice has issued a circular to the archbishops ' and bishops of France on the subject of the Pope's Encyclical. He announces that tlie Council of State is examining the draft of a decree to authorise the publication in France of that part of the Encyclical letter which grants a jubilee. But he...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. HA.YUT& devoted all our available space to^the Summary of news for the English, mail,, we are unable to present our readers with any special leading article. We trust the news this month will be found to be generally more satisfactory than that which' went home by the last mail, and,that the statistics of our port, which we have collected, will suffice to' show the rising importance of the district of Wallaroo. Tuesday Evening, 10 p.m. It is with tbe greatest pleasure we announce that the prolonged efforts of Captain France and Mr D. Bower to effect a settlement of tbe strike bave at length been successful, the smelters having agreed to proceed to the smelting-house to-morrow morning, and to be put to work by Mr Gavin Young. The Register of yesterday states that "Mr Reynolds on Monday resigned the task of form ing a Ministry, on account of the difficulty of obtaining a Chief Secretary. .Wis Excellency the Governor then sent for Mr Button. This ...

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THIS MAIDEN LADY AND HER DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

THIS MAIDEN LADT AND HER DOGS. At Lambeth Police-court a young woman applied for advice. She had been in the habit of charing for Miss Mary Baker, of Ken nington, aged upwards of 70 years, to whom ' a large fortune was left two years ago. and she was in the habit of contributing largely to the Dog Protection Society, and of keeping dogs at her own house. She spent 10s a day in purchasing the best beef and mutton to feed them. She also gave them French rolls, the ■ best fresh butter, and the purest milk, she could find, and she took her meals and also slept among her dogs. Amotigst them her chief favourite was a vicious bulldog, which she called her " little Bobby " and " her Utile angel." It was chained to the foot of. the bed, and it slept with Miss Baker. One morning Miss Baker said that "little Bobby" was not so well as usual, and she sent applicant for a chicken for his dinner, telling her to get a tender chicken, and not to mind the price. "Applicant procured the chicken and to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

MABBIED. Doixe—Heaty.—On the 3rd March,by the Bev. J. B. P&Uhuber, C.C., at the Soman Catholics Church, "Kadina, Mr Jamfes Boyle,Kadina, to Maiy Ann Healy, Fort Adelaide. „ DIED.' Bignell.—On January 26, at Clerkenwell, Lon don, Mrs Bignell,- aged 64, mother of Mr -P. Sparkman, ofthis townBhip. ' Hobkhtq-. —On the 18th March, at Kadroa, Alfred Thomas, aged 6 months, soh of Thos. and Lucy Hosking.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. AEEIYED. Friday, March 17—Walrus, schooner, 88 tons, Anderson, master, from the Don March 4. D. Bower, agent. ... Saturday, March 18—Eclipse, schooner, Yeo, master, from Port Adelaide. D- Bower, agent. Same day—Pilot, schooner, 82 tons, J. Murray, master, from Port Frederick March 3. W. C. Eland, agent. Passenger—Mr King, in the cabin. Same day—Phillip j ba^que, 183 tons, J.Ttichter, master, from Port Adelaide. Sunday, March 19—Kangaroo, s.s., Orchard, master, from Port Adelaide. W. C. Eland, agent. Passengers—Two in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

Mr Levido, inanother partofthe paper, adver tises that lie has on Bale a lot of prime salt butter. This article hsis, we are informed, been exceeding scarce in the market, and parties, therefore, may be glad to be told that a limited quantity is now ^ on sale in the township.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

■d, w % $ % 197, OWEN-TERRACE. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? •1 : a ... ■* ■* v/WBEKB.IS 197? • ■■■ " /AUCTJIQJ^^ . .- &EKEBAL AGE®5; ' ' " ■ r) :, —Account-sales promptly rendered. ,— Liberal rebate made-to Consignees and Agents. Bills guaranteed. * 1&-2-C j\ L O Y D S U M M E E S, ACCOUNTAIJT, LANDAND GENEBAL COlpOSSION AGKENT, r , C r GMVES*STREET; EADPA^ ; t Bents and Debts Collected. * Agent for the Imperial iFirte jfosnj^eerf&mj pany, and for the National. Building and liaYest ment Society. '. :. iPOB-SAEOB,' . . t f|WO substantial STONE COTTA<>E$,Tttifc JL extensive Frontages at Wallaroo. ' ''J Also, HOUSE .and LAND in Ehving-street, -Kadina. ~' Apply td . H. D. GOUGE, 22-2-c Wallaroo. T A N D E O B> S A L E -jmJ- or ELIZABETH and ABCHER-STBEETS. Apply to MbF. STACEY. . 4-2-c ■ ■ ... Qpip^Sf^re; ItLOTMEi™ for SALE' in George-street, andBIyth-terrace, •; . ■ Mhxsta, ■ v" LotB 20,22,62,$$, 110,112,113, and 120. > Apply to Mr Emerson, solicitor, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

Shipping. WAiiLAROO AMD ' Willleave ^it ASelaide, for Port "Wallaroo and Po^-^iigai^ on 0 * ; SATURDAY, March 11. The ROYAL SHEPHEBD will, on hef return; $p>7leave dBcafc^Augusta, for- Wallaxoo and Port: Adelaide, on " sB&^rS^iiED, Commander, V.fHi H El Screw - Steamship %. «i SHEPHEBD, o yOE POST ADEnaiDE. { ~ " 'i 3DUSPGAROO, . j| Wiilpleave PortAdelaide, on or about Thursday, • the30thinstant. - ' As tlm steamer will tcade; regularly every week | between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers j will do Wjell to <>^ier iiheir goods by her. \ , For freight prpassage^japply..to ' . . ' - 3BEEBY & BtJlSSTm-; ; ' > ^'v.-Adcjaifl'e. 11 Wallaroo. ®03B LONDON FROM WALLAROO;' fji ilrst-class Ship and JL regtdfff Trader, ' HARWICH, 613 ioiisire^ster, CaptainJL Kitching, now lying alongside the J^et^j will ^proceed on her homeward voyage onor&bout the 25th oi* 26th instant* - : She |ias two first-class Cabins disengaged, and there are also superior ...

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THE MURDER IN THE PLAISTOW MARSHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

THE MURDER PL AISTOW , The trial of Kohl: for- the murder of his countfymari,,Fiwhopj in the Pkistow Marshes, Essex, has taken place in thVCentral Criminal Court. The prisoner'elected to be tried by a mixed jury: jAt the close of- the case for the prosecution, Mr Best addressed the jury for the .prisoner, iand the Solicitor General replied on behalf of the Crown. The Chief Baron summed up the evidence, and the jury, after a deliberation of about 40 minutes, returned a verdict of " Guilty." * Mr Justice . JBlackburn _ passed sentence of death, and fli^Sted the prisoner that he need entertain nbliope of mercy. Subjoined is a resume of the circumstances connected" =with the perpetration of this atro cious mutfder,. and of the incidents deposed .to by the several witnesses at the trials— Edward Karl Kohl had lived in England for some time; he had worked for a butcher, and subsequently in a sugar bakery, but bad fallen outofemployment, and was in extremely poor circumstances, when on his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

Business Notices. NEW*FUBNTTUBE MABT, . WAiLAHOO BAY. - V"*" T v~ e H ^ E I. E S J C O I». T: M A N, m^^ENTER,^0)INB]^ iAND; ;r:-; , r<; -; '.. . In roturrirngl^wnks for &e iHaeral support he Has received since'1861, "begs to announce that in addition to the above, he has opened a New and Commodious SH@P fori* the sale of all kinds of useful and ornamental''Household Furnitrp-ej ■which he is determined -to sell at the Iiowest Remunerative -Prices for-tash, and respectfully solicits the further patronage and support of the Wallaroo and vicinity. —I^U^EBAjOS.iaB heretofore, at fixed charges. . Opposite Whitford's New Corn Store, AECHER-STBEET. 43 e . THOMAS JORDAN, WATCHMAKER AKD JEWELLER, PORT WALLAROO, "iTfcEGS to announce to his numerous customers jfcp " ,of the above place and the surrounding ' <listrictsof'Yorke's Peninsula, that he has just received an excellent assortment of English and - Foreign GOLD and SILVER "WATCHES, com prising— Gold Keyless ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. The following is the latest telegram from Sydney published in -the Argus, and dated March 14:— Shortly after midnight a fire was discovered on the premises of Hayman Brothers, tobac conists, which were gutted. It soon extended to Harbottle's oil store, Gile's drapery esta blishment, and the shop of Rudd, watchmaker. The latter was chiefly damaged by water. All the properties were insured. The Maitland telegram reports that about noon to-day D. Cohen & Co.'s store took fire. The flames spread thence to the Commercial Bank and Mullen's, Lipscomb's, and Hines's stores, all of which were destroyed. The Bank saved the books and valuables, but the loss is supposed to be very heavy, probably about £80,4)00^ which is covered by insurance, of which Cohen's amounts to £50,000. j The Supreme Court has decided that the election of the Mayor of Albury was illegal and j void. A police telegram, respecting the escort robbery, states that the attack took place half a mile f...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

MATT, NOTICES. Mails close— „ WA1LABOO. # For Adelaide, on. Sunday 3 Tuesday, and Thurs- i day, at 10 p.m. For Kadma and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. KAimtlu 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. ; ' , MOONTA. For Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.80 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo^ every day (Sundays ; excepted), at 3.30 p.m. The English* mail -will close at Wallaroo, on Thursday evening, «,t 10 o'clock; at Moonta., on Thursday afternoon at the usual hour j and at Kadina, at 6 a.m. on Friday.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

VICTOEIA. The Land Bm£.—The Legislative Council sat for two hours and a half on Tuesday, the 14th. The greater portion of the sitting was devoted to the consideration of the action taken by the Lower House with regard to the amendments made by the Council in the Land Bill. It was agreed to insist upon some four or five of the amendments, including that which allows of the sale by auction of land after it has been 12 months open for selec tion, and to abandon the .other alterations to which the Legislative Assembly disagree. -■ A FbACAS IIT THE SMOKDfG-BOOM.—In the Legislative Assembly, March 14, Mr McCami called attentipn to a gross breach of the privi leges of the House committed on himself. On Thursday evening he went into the Parliamentary smoking room, and was in formed by Mr Howard that he need not take the pains to show why he was going to vote with the Government on the question that | evening before the House, because he was | compelled to vote with them. Grosser insults fol...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

BUILDING MATERIALS. WaUaffco, March 17. Deals, 9x3 00 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 0| Ditto, 11 x 3, solid ... 0 0 8} Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 O 0| Battens, 7x3, solid ... 0 0 4 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 0 0 0i Cedar Board, per foot super Flooring Boards, T & G-,6x 18 0 0 2i Stringy Bark, 3x2, lid, per 100 0 12 0 Ditto, 4x3 Ditto, 6x1, lid Ditto, 6x6 Ditto, 9x9 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston 18 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton ■ 1 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, 1000 ... 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto ... 15 0 Cement Bricks, at the Viln ... 3 5 0 COBETJGATED IbON, ^ ton ZlKQj ^ cwt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

Sales by Junction. SATUBBAY, MARCH 25. SALE OF HORSES. :A® PARKERS, BA<30T-STEEET. 2Bay MARES 1 Waggon, Crimp's make, nearly new • . • . . f ■ ... v . ax&O, A; quantity of Harness. : To be seen at tile above .place until day of sale. Public Notices. wallaroo institute. A * PUBLIC! MEETIN & of the Subscribers yjtmjT^beiu&d in the J2J3TITUTE read ing boom, on wednesday evening-, 22nd March, 1865. Chair to be taken at half-past 7. . .gavjn D. ¥GUK<&, Vice President. F. SPARKMAN, Hon. Secretary, Wallaroo, March 17, js65. 18 3 15 MO0OTA. Agent for the south Australian :: dNSuitANCE company, ,.. - p. W. melvin, ' 15 3 15 ' Post-Office Store. TSOMAS moyle, late of the Exchange Hotel^ Kadina, requests all accounts due to him to be paid to Mr Daniel Thomas, Kadina, previous to the 1st April next, as all ' accounts not then paid will be placedin the hands of his solicitor. . - > . .. II3 17 Tenders. TENDERS WANTED for. the various Works...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

COMMERCIAL. wai&abbo Times Office^ * Tuesday Evening. Business has somewhat improved since the publication of our last Summary. Mechanics are fully employed, many of the smelters having obtained employment as labourers, whilst the making of the Wallaroo and Moonta Tramway— a work which is to be commenced shortly—will afford employment to a large number of men. In addition to these cheering jacts, we can state that the strike is about at an end. If the smelters agree to go to work to-morrow, as we believe there is every probability of their doing, business of all descriptions will immediately revive, and the township 'will resume that career of prosperity which has been so unfortunately interrupted by the strike. Barley, 6s 6d; oats, la ; pollard, 2s 2d; bran, Is lid to 2s; chaff, 9s to 9s 6d.

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LABOUR MARKET. Wallaroo, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 22 March 1865

. LABOUR MARKET. Wallaroo, March 17. Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, 1b ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do The Moonta Mining Company are paying 10s per ton of 21 cwt. of ore for cartage from the mines to the port; return Btores, 10s per ton of 20 cwt.

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