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MURDER AT PORTSMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
MURDER At PORTSMOUTH. A shocking murder was committed on Monday afternoon in a pubfic thoroughfare at Kjngston, one of tije suburbs Within the limits of the borough ofPortsroouthu ^e murderer is la young man named Piper, about 24 years oflage^" employed by the Stokes Bay and Ryda • SteamPacket Company, and who lived with hislather atGosport, and the -victim wos.hu .is" reported to have been a woman ^fj^^^a^cter; On^Ionday they came the day with the ,:who;;%ev; jn ■' Suj^y-gtrget, J- :X. *• ' . ^ Landport. Between 4 and 5 .o'clock in the afternoon they: were walking through3£rattoa--\ road, when two - b6ys. who were near heard them quarrelling. During the quarrel, which appears to bave had reference to the improper conduct of the woman, Piper struck the deceased in the face, and caused her mouth to bleeds She said to him, "I will make you pay for that, you brute!" whereupon he deliberatejy took a^lasp knife from his pocket, and ste^fwd her in the back. He then closed the Jqaife, and ...
BROTHER [?]NATIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
cKSings continue to be. re\x=req-\ ppriea *|ti#pfiection. with the monastery fef the English/Order of St. Benedict, at Norwich. Thus the monks recently entertained several poor people to a good dinner of beef, pudding, and ale, a nun and some sisters of the Mount Calvary division of the third order superintending. About thirty sat down in the refectory. After vespers the younger portion of the company spent the evening in amusing games, in which several elder brothers of the third order joined. A game called the." Old Mail Coach tt caused much mirth among the boys, Brother Ignatius himself telling the story and crying the forfeits. On another occasion there was an exposition of the u Blessed Sacrament at the; Altar of the Virgin and the Shrine of the Bambino." On another day the' Infant Samuel was brought in vested jsts a niiniture priest, and was crowned with flowers. He was enthroned by the acolytes in front of the altar, and was waited upon during the service as if he was a littl...
A MADMAN IN A RAILWAY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
— 'ag*. • j A MADM^OT A: RAILWAY TRAIN, j " One evenin|&last^week two gentlemen were returning by^mrTrom \T hitehaveri to Liverpool by the night^xpresS 'train from tbeToofffir They had apparently only one fellow-passenger, -and he did not appear until they had proceeded some distance beyond Carnforth station. They were then alarmed by seeing a tall, ferocious-looking person, with a huge beard and moustache, wildly runping along the carriage steps, and moving backwards apcl forwards in a most extraordinary manner. 'As the train, was proceeding at a rapid rate, the* person ih question appeared to be exposing himself to the greatest danger. Amongst other Strange movements, he looked into the compartment in which the two gentlemen were sitting, and, bursting out into a. land of hysterical laugh, he asked them who " the d—-^-l they were. The gentlemen so addressed naturally formed the opinion that the man was demented,' and on the arrival of the train at Lancaster they called the...
PROTESTANT OR CATHOLIC? [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
PR013ESTAM^& CATHOLIC ? | The case of ""Austin v: Austin''came before the1-\jj0Ea|ter of theWednesoa^.• The question was, who should be appointed guardian oftheperson and estate of Mary ISllen Austin, an infant, horn in June, 1862. It appeared that in July, 1861, a gentleman f named Austin (who had become a Roman Catholic in 1849) marri*. d Miss Barnley, who was and is ia Protestant. The marriage was xielebrated with both Catholic and Protestant ; rites, and no arrangement was made before, the**marriage as to the faith in which the children of it should be educated. In Novem\x=req-\ ber3 .1861, however, Mr Austin caused a ! ' ctraft Will to be prepared, which, among others, contained the following clauseu And it is ] my . wish, and I hereby direct, that all and; every the child and children of .mine, shall be i educated and instructed in the principles and tenets of the Roman Catholic religion," but this will was never executed. There was no other child of the marriage than ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
TWO POUNDS REWARD. ST OX E H ot; STRAYED, about the. 7th " February last, a Black and White NEW\x=req-\ FOTJHDMND BOG-, bind quarters clipped, tail tipped The above reward will b£ paid-to any perBOn finding the same, either dead or alive. If alive,. the sum of five pounds (£5) will be paid by Mr Messent, Mr Ward, or Capt. H. W_ Anderson, schooner Walrus, owner of the dog.> . H. W. ANDERSON. . N O TIC E. ALL Pigs, &C., found TRESPASSING on Allotment 170, "WALLAROO, after this date, will be DESTROYED. « PETER WILLIS. March 25,1865. 25 3 18 TEN SHILLINGS REWARD will be paid to any persbn giving 8uch information as will find POSTER SMITH, Blacksmith, who BOLTED from Wallaroo when in the employ of G. Ward, on the 6th of this month. G. WARD, Wallaroo. March 25,1865. ' WHITE LION INN, K A D IN A. JW. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in the district that lie has taken the above Large and Commodious Inn, and trusts to receive a share of their patronage. J. W. W. would also i...
ORIGINAL POETRY. HOW BEAUTIFUL IS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
ORIGINAL POETRY. HOW BEAUTIFUL IS LIFE. How beautiful is life! Oh, who can look on death And think it loveliness;—to tne There's something mournful in a tree Withered by Time's rude breath. How beautiful is life! The fresh unfurling blade, The forest dell, the dancing leaf, An insect's life, however brief, The flowers 'ere they fade. How beautiful is life! . Meet it howe'er. we will;— The bounding footstep of the child, The warble of the woodbird wild, With joy the spirit fill. _ The mystery of life, How great! how high! how deep! Above the intellect of men. Beyond an angel's power to scan! Who doth the secret keep ? Who calleth one by one, All bright things into birth. And giveth each th' appointed sphere, And smiles upon it while 'tis here To act its part on earth ? Who sends the little lives - That come awhile to stay Among us in our wanderings here,— Our homes' to blessi, our hearts to cheer, And who takes them away? And what is life, and where Are some we claimed as ours? • Did...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Maflffclose—I : , * ; • r . ^AiaABpO, }. on 3im&lt;^,-TiieBday,. aad-!liioi»\x=req-\ ' dfty3atippjii. ■ V; ; . y\^v.v.. KATO3TA. ■.". * 3Tor Adelaide, on Monday," Wednesday, and Friday, at 5 a.m. - For Sloonta, eveiy day, (Sundays excepted), sit -,V ?:&lt;.••'•:J::.X For Wallaroo, every day (Sundays-excepted), ' -'jat -. .r " ' >* ■:■ *>£-&%5. . HOOIPEA. , ~ , . on Tuesday, Thursday, and Mot Eadinaand WaUaroo4 every day (Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m. best shofcoutof the! entire Britifiharmy fills thisyear upon Sergeant! ^arncomb, ofthee4th Batilfion Bifle Brigade, at j preeeiit stationed at Winchester garrison. J
STRIKES AND COMMERCIAL COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
STRIKES AND COMMERCIAL PANIES. At the opening meeting of the Society of j Arts, the Chairman of the Council in his address, said:— "In connexion with the progress of our manufactures and the. prosperity of the working classes, the Society has also given its attention to the question of strikes, the existence of which in the aggravated form lately exhibited in Staffordshire, notwithstanding the great improvement which has'taken plage in the education of the people, proves that something is still wanting^ to afford them individuaUy and collectively a true knowledge of. their own interests. This, subject will, r hope, be again brought before the-Society during the cbming session. It appears to me that the legislation of the last two years, with regard to commercial and manufacturing companies, opens to working men an entirely new relationship to their employers, which, requires much consideration and the special Mention of those who direct the education of their children. The large num...
COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
w-iiaiaboo Times Office, Mr W. Gr. Tydemain, ^ncfumie^^ppnci'''t^ ietty, yesterday, V.D.IL. full cut tambW,' ies: Pildt,' aft the following rates :r-r3 x 2,15s; 4 i ^ 5|x 2, i5s 6d ; 6 x 2,17s; 3 x 1, 21s; 6 x 1/ 15s 6d; 4x3,14a 6d; 3 x3, 14s 9d; 6 x 4, 5x^,5x5.15s 6d. Barley, 6s 6d j oats, Vs ; pollard, 2s 2d; bran, Is IjLd to 2s i chaff, 9s to 9s 6d.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
SHIPPING NEW'S. AB&LYED. Sunday,. March 26 —Boyal Shepherd, s.s., ; Ward, mMter,vfrom Port Adelaide.. ; 7 i?" Same . day—Adelaide, schooner, €r. .Coleman, master, ^fironi JPbrt Adelaide. S.' D, XJojJge, agent. s ' , : ' , t"\ ' ' Monday, March. 27—Kangaroo, s.s^ 180 tc>ns, Orchard, master, from Port Adelaide."1 W. t). Eland, agent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
STEAM TO POBJF WALLA3J00 AND PORT ATOCBTA HE Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, , H. Waed, Commander, W3t leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo sad SATURDAY, March 25. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, Marcli 30. _ " J. B. AUSTIN, ' " ^Agent, February let. Port Wallaroo. FOE. POET ADELAIDE. T H K Steamer EANGf-AROO, YSTill leave Port Adelaide, on or about Thursday, the 30th instant. As this steamer Trill trade regularly every week between Port Adelaide and Wallaroo, Shippers will do well to order their goods by her. For freight or passage, apply to , BEEBY & DUNSTAN, Adelaide. Or, W. *C. ELAND, agent, «: , *' Wallaroo. TTR fine first-class Ship and regular Trader, TT A"R.W IfiTTj 613* ions renter, Captain E. Kitching, now lying alongside the Jetty, will proceed on herliomeward Toyage on or about the 25th or 26th instant. She has two first-class Cabins-disengaged, and there are also superior accommoda...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Boyal Shepherd, from Port Ade\x=req-\ laide—16 pigs, Bray; 1 do, Beagleliole; 10 do, Scarfe and Burden ; 42 do, Wood; 1 do, Eitcliing; 14 do, Sinclair; 1 dofDe Garis; 1 do, Capitain . Hay 5 5 do, Werilock and Gurner; 16 do, Adams; 1 do, G. D. Young; 12 do, Symons; 7 do, J. ■ . James ; 29 do, E. F. Gough.; 31 do, J. Codk; 7 j do, T. R. Hart; X do, Lloyd; 3 do, W. Grant ; 4, do, J. W. Wilson; 7 ■- do, Wigzell; 5 do wine,' i Haseigrove; 20 do, Stephens; 19 do, ship Moonta;! 22 do, Dickenson and Berriman; 3 do, S. end j L. L. Furner; 3 do, Mrs Tapley ; 323 bdls ore\x=req-\ bags, Moonta Mining Company ; 1 pkg, 5 hhds ale, H. Gouge; 1 pkg, Warmington; 1 do, Sparkman; 32 do vegetables and fruit, Levido ; 10 do do, S. Searle; 5 :pkgs, Turner and Enobbe; 2 do, J- James. Cargo of the Adelaide, from Port Adelaide—11 cases, Eland; 1 do, Melvin; 13 hags pollard, Evers; 5 bdls ridge-caps, Bower; 8 sheets gal\x=req-\ vanised iron, a lot boards, Winnall; 2 pkgs, Bosisiter; 1 c...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
CLE ABED. Saturday, March 25—-Pilot, schooner, 82 tons, j. Murray, master, for Melbourne. Monday, March. 27 — Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Port Augusta. • Tuesday, March 28—Fort 3£egent, ship,-655 tons, Le Geyfc, master, for Swansea.\x=req-\ Wednesday, March 29—Harwich, ship, 698 tons, Hitching, master, for Swansea.
NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
NEW ZEALAND. (From the Adelaide Papers.) Sydney, March 24. j Auckland papers to the 6th instant have been received via Newcastle. On the 1st of the month General Cameron was at Patea. This position is unchanged. A large body of rebels threatened the Waikato settlements 5 one party droye in some out-settlers in the vicinity of Alexandra. Major Pitt and a body of military were ordered to proceed in search. The posts along the front were doubled. A party of Tauranga prisoners has arrived at Auckland. Melbourne, March 25. Otago dates have been received up to the 18th inst. The impost on newspapers has been re pealed. The trial of Captain Jarvey, for the murder of his wife, is creating great excitement. A fire occurred at the Octagon, Dunedin, on the 15th. Several buildings were burnt. The damage was estimated at &lt;£15,000. Insurance had been effected to the extent of £5000. This second fire destroyed all the buildings in the Octagon* Gold had been discovered at Raglan, on Nort...
LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. Melbourne, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. (From the Register Victorian Correspondent.) Melbourne, March 26. The Ellen Southard has arrived at Sydney from California, bringing papers to the 22nd January, and war news to January 21. The news was strongly in favour of the Federals, whose recent successes continue. Richmond papers speak most despondingly. Some of them denounce Jeflerson Davis, and suggest the appointment of General Lee as Dictator. Davis is at loggerheads with the Confede rate Congress, who strongly favour peace negotiations with the Federals. This Davis denounces as beyond their power. Senator Forbes has been arrested for attempting to go North, but Congress ordered his release. Seldon, the late Confederate Secretary of: War, has been removed from office ; Bracken bridge has succeeded him. A second Federal expedition had captured Fort Fisher and a large number of prisoners. The Confederates, finding that this rendered a portion of their defences of Wilmington worthless, blew up Fort Ca...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 March 1865
MINING. , : / : T The Kurilla Mine continues to yield a feir quantity of good ore, and payableground-for stoping exists in the back of the lode. The same company "bare, set two pai^ df jdieii to drive on the Duiyea Mine, in an easterly direction} at the 25 and 32 fathom levels/where the indications had so materially improved before the old company abandoned the workings. " . ; The engine for the South Wallaroo Mmeamved in Adelaide on Thursday last, andtwoof^the proprietors have been in town procuring the nfeces-r sary lifts and pipes. - Preparations are being actively made for setting the engine to work as\x=req-\ soon as possible on its arrival here. The New Cornwall Mine &lt;x>ntmues to afford encouragement to the hopes of the shareholders. The new lode is holding good, and a fa^ ^uanfcity of ore—between 40 and 50 tons—being ready for shipment. At the. Matta, where* sinking operations have been so long /earned on* it is intended' to >com^ mence driving at the 30 fath...