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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

Recent investigations in Ireland, as comuni\x=req-\ cated to the Royal Irish Academy by Mr S. iPerguson, well known for Ms research, confirm the ,oH, statement that alphabetical writing wais used in Ireland at a period before the introduction of Christianity. There are five monks—aH self-denying gen\x=req-\ tlemen—inBrothei4 Ignatius'smonastery, and a baby is one of them, , though being only three years old self-xnqftification cannot he a very agreeable matter ito the feelings of the latter. \ All five have their heads shaven, save a narrow fringe in fronttheir feet are in sandfdr, and they wearthe hunible garb :of ancient Benedictines. " Baby is. clothed in a white gown andhoo^Srith 9: rope girdle, carries acrmjifix, bows to: $ie altar when passing it, and makes the' signof the cross.: In the evening lie says hlsprayers on the altar steps, and is then, carried to bed by a4>ig brother, ~ ••• V...' . ^ | - The Yelvekton Makrtage <) ASE.—From a it appears that tiie coach...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

COMMERCIAL. Wallaboo Times Office, Fridav Eveniner. Trade is slowly reviving, and will doubtless in the. course of a few weelks be in a brisker and sounder condition than ever. - The market is barely supplied with chaff, but large quantities are ejected shortly to arrive. » Fruit is getting scarce, and vegetables scarcer.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KADINA. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

XADINA. (feom que own coeeespomdent.) March 31. Eadina is progressing—certainly not so fast as heretofore, but certainly not less surely. We have a new public-house to be opened in a few days by Host Brown, late of Green's Plains. Many a fellow's heart he has cheered on very hot or wet days at the old place, when coming from Port Wakefield or Whitwarta, and if he serves his customers here as well in proportion as he did there, they will not need to complain. Then we have a change of landlords in another hotel. Old Haynes (to use his usual sobriquet) has left the district. Mr Wm. Wilson is the new landlord, and is-unknown to fame as a Boniface, but from -i his well-known, urbanity, and the renovations he ■ris 'making to the house, people see a clear course . before him. We believe he intends laying himself out for accommodating commercial travellers, &milies,private parties, &c., which such a large atid convenient house is well adapted for. By the way we had four comm...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

j : Drapery, &e. m}r ;i> jfi; £a ;4r jri % ■■ :.;. BttHiBEB, Cp]^AGTOR/AI0 general • ■!' \ ;f ;; \ i 'port. ; ' "• *B^ETP^yS -^Lfe' Sincere thanks to his friends !JL*j' arid iihe public 'in general of Wallaroo an&^'TOcimty,-for thepatrdnage he has received since: lie has been in business, and begs respectfully ; jg&oie them that '■> no c effort shall be vkfttiug on his partinihe endeavour to merit for the future a continuance of the support which hitherto has been so liberally aceorded to . him. Try. fh<» ; • / g|n r a l s t ore will bn foimd .GKBOCEB.ies of every description, and of the FINEST quality. , £he _ • D RAP EE Y DEPARTMENT cbntains a choice and varied assortment of almost every 4rind tjf article in connection "with, the 9$ade^ and of the • ••;. r ■ ; NEWEST and MOST REQHERCHE I ; PATTERNS and DESIGNS for Ladies, Grentlemen,«and Cliildren. . ilyE PER- &ENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH! • lii the BUDDING DEPARTMENT . _ 1. s i V . ^ s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

Late Advertisements; TO CARTERS. TENDEBS wiii be received up to Tuesday, 4th. of April, for CARTING- about 70 TONS, of TIMBER, ex Pilot, from the Jetty, Wallaroo, to Moonta. Tender to state at per ton of 40 cubic feet. - Further particulars can be obtained by applica\x=req-\ iionto Mir Weeks, Prince of -Wales, Moonta, to "wfcomtenders are to be sent. Moonta, March 30,1865. 1418* TO HOKSE TEAMSTERS. ff^HE YUDANAMUTANA COMPANY are JL prepared to give-employment to 50 or 60 Teams, Carting .Copper down and Stores up betweenPortAugusta and Blinman, (distance aboutl30milep). : Constant-employment tip and down guaranteed for one orltwo yeaas. * Hone feed sold sit Port Augusta by the Company to Teamsters at cost price. ... :: Goodwaterat easy istages all the way up. , Jfive pr six Teams travelling together will find | ifris even during the worst seasons most profitable: •einployment. .. . : loading will be given to the first few Teams thafc^would prefer i» load at Auburn direct for thel^mnu...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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ADELAIDE GOSSIP. March 30, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

ADELAIDE GOSSIP. JjFBQME OTJ3E ADELAJDEAIT FRIEND. March 30,1865. I My. first intelligence this week is Parliamentary. At a meeting of members, Mr Gr. S. Kingston has been nn anim ouslyelected Speaker of the House of Assembly; aii(l it is equally understood that Mr Morphett will be elected to the position of President of theCounciL Ail accusation has * been made by Sergeant STirnhaberj of the Adelaide Artillery, against lieutenant .Ii. 23. Matthews, of the same corps, founded on the alleged improper use of language by the sergeant to his superior officer. The case is, it is understood, decided by . the Court of Enquiry in favour of Mr Matthews. Mr Charles Todd has been appointed a Director of the Yelta Mine in place of Mr W. Wadham, resigned. The land sale to-day realised the large sum of £19,-851. Mr Goodman Hart is reported to have died of dropsy, at the Stockade, on Sunday, March 18. The rush to the OMtiki diggings (New Zealand), is so great, that, a telegram says, several steame...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SHOCKING SUICIDE OF A QUACK DOCTOR'S VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

SHOCKING SUICIDE OF A QUACK DOCTOR'S VICTIM. On Friday evening, an inquest was held at the Chequers Inn, Higham, Kent, before Mr Thomas Hills, Coroner, on the body of James Miles, a foreman in the employ of Thomas French Nettleingham, Esq., merchant, at Graveserid. The deceased was found drowned: in the canal on Thursday evening last, January 17. Sarah Reed, a widow, residing at Gravesend, j identified the body as that of her nephew by marriage, and said he was married on Christ* mas-eve last, at Kingston. " I have lived with' deceased and his wife for the last month.: The deceased was 24 years of age, and I believe lived with his wife very comfortably. A few months ago the deceased was rather queer in his manner, and appeared very low-spirited, but he got better afterwards. About a fortnight ago lie received something which made him worse. On Wednesday mornihsr he was verv desDondiner. and at dinner he complained of his head and stomach. The deceased told his 'wife that he did not ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 1. Wobks of some magnitude and of considerable public importance hive recently been commenced in the district. The most extensive is the Moonta and "Wal\x=req-\ laroo Railway, the first sod d£\ which was turned on "Wednesday. Another work not so generally known, but" also one of great importance to the minel and neighbourhood of Eadina, is the large drain about to be constructed to carry off the surplus water. Anyone who has seen the large sheets of water in immediate proximity with the "Wallaroo and Matta Mines, must be impressed with the idea that great risk is caused to the public health by the presence of such a quantity of stagnant water. The mines also are seriously inconvenienced by the soakage of the water through the pervious soil back into the underground workings. It was expected some three years since that the Government would have constructed a drain; in fact, plans and estimates were prepared, and tliose who were weak enough to " put their tru...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. ASBiVitD. Thursday, March 30-rAunie Beaton, schooner, 100 tona,^ Griffiths, from Port AuguBta. D. Bowfl*, agent. ; Same day — Boyal Shepherd, s.s., H 'Ward, master, from Port Augusta. J. B» Austin, agent,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

i STElM TO POET WALLA3B0O AND i POST AUGUSTA. T E E Screw - SfceamBtup EOYAL SHEPHERD, Will leave Poifr Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATtJEDAY, April 8. The SOYA Ti SHEPHEKD will, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on • THUESDAY, April 13. J. B, AUSTIN, Agent, 1 4 d Port Wallaroo. OB WALLAROO.—Tlxe fast-sailing and favourite schooner ECLIPSE, hiving nearly all her cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; JOHN YEO 5 or to CORBDTIiAMB. Wanted. a, good strong'Boy. Apply office T t of: this paper. ~**TANTED, a Situation by a G-EISTERAL ▼ ▼ SERVANT. Address, by letter, A. B C., "Post Office, Moonta. 29 3 18. WANTED, a respectable IAD. Must be able to write a good plain liaud. Apply toE. Iff. Nolan," WaJlaroo Inn. 14c WANTED TO JiET, a ?FOUS-BOOMED - HOUSE, nest door to F. Sparkman. and "Co., suitable for either a dwelling-house or office. Apply to <3v 3S...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

EXrOBTS. Cargo of the Adelaide, tor Port Adelaide—42 tons copper-ore, JJew Cornwall Mining Company; 22 do do, Karkarilla Mining Company; 100 hides, Orchard. Cargo of the Phillip, for Swansea—179 tons cooper pre, Moonta Mining Company; 3 do rough copper, Wallaroo Smelting Company.

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 1 April 1865

OfjK.ABEl)> Thursday, March 30—Adelaide, schooner, Cole\x=req-\ man,master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Boyal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Port Adelaide. -jSameday—Kangaroo, s.s., Orchard* master, for Port Adelaide. Same day-—Phillip, barque, 183 tons, J.Kichter, master, for Swansea.

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CURIOUS QUESTION AS TO THE HAWKER'S LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

CURIOUS QUESTION AS TO THE HAWKER'S LICENSE. On Tuesday, William Perkins, in the service of Mr Charles .Node, a boot and shoe manufacturer, of the Borough-road, Sonthwark, was charged with hawking goods without a licence. The chief witness against the prisoner was a young man named William Seamack, who said he had been in the same employ, and left on Saturday last. The prisoner was sent out by his employer.on certain days in the week with a pony and cart to sell hoots and shoes. He watched the prisoner on Monday last, and he saw him go into several workshops and offer his goods for sale, in one of which he sold a number of pairs. He gave the prisoner into custody at Hammersmith. Serjeant Bydon said he was called to, take the prisoner into custody by the witness. He (the serjeant) asked him whether he had been hawking, and he replied that he bad done iso by his master's orders; The answer to the case was that the prisoner was traveller to Mr Node who sent him out to obtain orders. It...

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PROBABLE REVOLUTION IN STEAM—EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY. (From the Mining Journal, Jan. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

PROBABLE REVOLUTION IN STEAM— EXTRAORDINARY DISCOVERY. {From the Mining Journal, Jan. 14.J In July last we referred, under this title, to an invention by Mr H. James, C.E., for a compressed air and high-pressure steam engine, for the economic production of motive power, and made, some observations based on theopinionsof those who had seen the engine in operation, as to the probability of its causing a complete revolution in the working of all kinds of machinery, remarking, at the same time, how singular it would be should it so happen that the very same individual who granted to the late George Stephenson the liberty of adopting his invention of the introduction of tubes into the boilers of his locomotive engines, as shown by an agree ment between the parties, dated Sept. 1, 1821, to render them suitable for the traction of passenger carriages, for which purpose at that period they were perfectly useless, for; want* of the requisite power, should now, I after the lapse of 44 years, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

Storekeepers, &c. E. B E Gr A RT S, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER, y. j POET WALLAROO, | KETURNS his sincere thanks to his friends j !'■ and the public in general of Wallaroo ] and its "vicinity, for the patronage he has received! teince he has been in business, and begs respect- ] folly to assure them that no effort sliall be wanting-on his part in the endeavour to merit for the future a continuance of the support which hitherto has been so liberally accorded to him. In the GENUAL STORE "will b-! found (GROCERIES of every description, and of the FEWEST QUALITY. The DRAPERY DEPARTMENT contains a choice and varied assortment of almost every kind of article in connection with the Trade, and of the UEWEST and MOST RECHERCHE PATTERNS and DESIGNS for Ladies, Gentlemienj and Cliildren. FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH! In the BUILDING DEPARTMENT e an extensive Stock of TIMBER, comprising— TTATLDWOOD (just imported from the Hirer Don) BALTIC TIMBER, of all sizes CORR...

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IRELAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

IRELAND, On Sunday a Rockite notice was posted At one of the piers of the Roman Catholic chapel of Johnstown, about two and a half mues from Navan. in the country of Meath. The. wording of the notice (says the correspondent of the Dublin Express) which bore the figure of a death's head and cross-bones at the top, was to the effect that three -certain magistrates of the district, and three farmers, whose names were given, should take immediate warning, and have their coffins in readiness, as they would not have long to live. The cause of this threatening notice, whether it be want of sufficient notice amongst the peasantry, or that the parties have in some way incurred the malice of the leaders of Eibbonism, is a complete mystery at present. What with numerous malicious burnings here lately and other outrages, it is rumoured that an application will be made to have the couutry pro* claimed. The burning in effigy of the , Rev. Mr* Collins, P.P., has been the subject of inquiry before ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

EXPORTS. Cargo of tihe Cynthia, for Port Adelaide—2 tons copper ore^ Kartarilla Milling Company.

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A THUMPING LEGACY. (From the Weekly Dispatch, Jan 8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

A THUMPING LEGACY. (From the Weekly Dispatch, Jan 8.) An item of intelligence from Vienna is calculated to excite considerable sympathy for an unfortunate foreigner. We are not often sorry for people who, by the death of rich relatives, become possessed of snug estates; and such is the weakness of human nature, perhaps the slightest possible tinge of envy | may sometimes mix with our congratulations. Old Uncle is dead.; young Hopeful reigns in his stead 5 and the heir's hatband is not a sign of unmixed grief. But it is quite possible' | so to encumber a legacy with conditions that 1 the bequest is rather a burden than a benefit. | If, for instance, we had to preside at the daily dinner of superannuated cats and lap-dogs, | carve the tender chickens and pour out the ' milk, before sitting down to our own three I courses and dessert, we fear we should do anything but bless the memory of the deceased spinster who made the caddling of her four legged pets the condition of an inheritance...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

SAILED. April 1—Annie Beaton, schooner, for Port Adelaide. 5—Cynthia, schooner, for Port Adelaide.

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ANECDOTES OF FARRAGUT AND GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 5 April 1865

ANECDOTES OF FARRAGUT AND GRANT. A Scotch gentleman who has travelled in the Northern States furnishes to the Scotsman the following anecdotes:— Mr Osborn (President of the Illinois Central Railroad) told me a story of Admiial Farra\x=req-\ gut and his son. They weie on the Mississippi, and Farragut's fleet was about to pass Port Hudson, which was then held by the Confederates. Farragut's son, a lad of about twelve, had been importuning his father that he might be sent to West Point, where the military cadets are educated. Old Farragut said, u I don't know how that would do; I am not sure whether you would stand fire." " Oh, yes, father, I could do that." " Very well, my boy we'll try; come up with me here." The Admiral and his son went up together into the maintop, the old man had himself and the boy lashed to it, and in this way they passed Port Hudson. The lad never flinched while the shot and shell were flying past him.. " Very well, my boy, that will do you shall go to West Poi...

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