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MISCEELLANEOUS SHTPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

SUSCELLAiTEOUS SHTPPLNGk The Royal Shepherd arrived, on Sunday with ie?accu8t05Qed punctuality, and on the following 1 °da^ sailed* for "Port Augusta- JShe "will as usual cafl here on Thursday evening for passengeirs, at ~ abbiitf-'S o'clock, and" depart for Port Adelaide, arriving in tidies/for the last train to town the next evening. ' ■ ' .

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

AB0u!il umic ^Works is iri ^Taroe of sigi^Eiire, .causea jferidgp to ? 9&e crossing of the Light at that. is ne^er ^g^-good, and in the winter jnmtM^%upposiBg we have any rain, it is likely tp be still worse than at present. As the Government recognise the over land route as the mail road ti> Kadina and ^allaroo, we hope they will see the importance of at least repairing those P&rts of the road which most require it. It has always been a most difficult'^ask during the winter for the overland conr veyance, or even for that from Olinton, to make the journey in any reasonable time ; and the jstate of the roads is such in the wet weather, that it is impossible to cal culate with any degree of certainty on reaching the place of destination. We believe, however, that the judicious outlay of a comparatively small sum would go far to make the worst places on the road passable, so that, considering the length of the road, the work might be looked upon as inexpensive. The e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

, Storekeepers, &c. : E, ffil O i E I S, BFILDEB, OONTRACTOE, AND GENERAL STOBEKEEPER, POST WALLAROO, B ETUKN"S Mb sincere thanks to his friends Jl%j and the pablic ih. general of "Wallaroo and its vjcinity, for .the patronage he has received sifice he has been in business, and begs respect fully to assure them that no effort shall be' "wanting on his part in the endeavour, to merit for the future a continuance of the support which; hitherto has heen so liberally accorded to him. In the GEIRAL ST OH E ■will brt found GROCERIES of every descrip tion, and of the JUfEST QUALITY. The DBAPEEY DEPARTMENT contains a choice and Tailed assortment of almost every kind of article in connection with the Trade, and of the FEWEST and- MOST RECHERCHE PATTERNS and DESIGNS for Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children. ITVE PEE CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH! In the BUILDING DEPARTMENT s an extensive Stock of TIMBER, comprising— HARDWOOD (just imported from the River Don) ~ BALTIC TIMBER, of all sizes CORRUG...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

MATT, NOTICES. * Malls close"—" ~ — i ffiATiTi^.BQQ. ITor Adelaide, on Sunday, "Tuesday^ and Thurs day, at 10 p.ia. - - ■ • i For.JGi3lna and Moonta, -every day, at 8 a.m. . - KADINA.' . : <i<J?6r' -Adelaide, on ; Mondays Wednesday, and SiMay,_at5a.m. . ForMoonta, every day,.(Sundays excepted), at .^9 a.m.; ;■ r- , - ■ . , For~ Wallaroo, every day (Sundays excepted), r • v y. HOONTi. .. For Adelaide, on 'Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturcjay,'at3.30 p.m,; y.' - .y • For Eadina andrWallaroOi every day (Sundays

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MOONTA. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

i %EEOM OUBOWS GOEBSSi^oirDESTA j " v:April 9. <v,^3iere i* not mach news of a startling nature from Moontaiiiis week.: As was. before mentioned^ a voli^e^<K«^s^M been parted and a large number of names were enrolled, - - - ... » , =:. and to all appearances the affair was going on: swimmingly, and I have no doubt would have done so but for the misdirected zeal of one of the members, who had-set the miners, and persons resident injthe township iat loggerheads, and for a.time caused a split, and neither party felt inclined to yield to the other.; Difficulties, however, have been partially^ smoothed down, and a coalition of Town and Mine will, I trust, soon be the order of the day, when Moonta will be able to turn out a corps numerically as strong as any in the colony. A number of those whose names are down, resident on the mine, have been drilled for the last week by one of the miners, who seems well up in drill, and the progress his pupils have shewn reflects g...

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THE SINKING OF THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER FLORIDA, IN THE JAMES' RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

THE SINKING OF THE CONFEDERATE STEAMER FLORIDA, IN THE JAMES* RIVER. It would have been disagreeable to the national pride of the Americans if the Federal Government at Washington, unable to answer the diplomatic remonstrances provoked by the late violation of a neutral harbour of Brazil, had been obliged to send back the Confederate steamer Florida, captured illegally by the Wachusetts at Bahia on the 7th of October, and to replace their prize where she was taken, beneath the sheltering jurisdiction of the Brazilian sovereignty. From this morti fication they have been saved, as already reported, by the happy accident or expedient of sinking the Florida ten fathoms under water in Hampton Roads, at the mouth of the James Blver, where she was unaccountably rundown by a Federal transport-steamer, the Alliance, on the 19th of November, going to the bottom a few hours afterwards. The following account of the destruction of the Florida is given by the correspondent of a New York paper:— "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

: WALIi^OO INSTITUTE. _ \ ' AN" E^^EEllAINMENT will be given at tlie feistifate THIS EVENING-, comprising .(S Rradinjgs<Jroin <Eogular, Authors, -by gentlemen ■who have tindl^ Volmiteered their services. AdmisBion, OneShifling each, to non-sub seribers. Subscribers, -accompanied by- a, *. lady/, will be admittee|*free on presenting itheir Ticket of Mem bershipffched^pr.-r ,-■•« " 1~ 12 4 21

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KADINA. Kadina, April 11,1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

KADINA. \ (PSOM A COEBESPOHDENT.) Kadina, April 11,1865. • Thrice during one* week has tihe hand of death hurled the dart of destruction with fearful rapidity - and unerring precision, and taken up the pen of immortality to write in the records of eternity the; awful past,—each successive stroke giving less; time for consideration and reflection, until the last achieved the most sudden, instantaneous and start-; ling result of the destroyer. All were men in the prime and vigour of life,— the two former, doubtless regretted by their im-; mediate circle of friends and comrades, and there untimely ends lamented by the public, were yet i not to generally known as the late Mr Munt, who I from his public capacity must have been known more or less by nearly every inhabitant of Kadina. Though only a resident amongst us for some six months, he had already become a great favourite with" aUf who onjoyed the pleasure of his acquaint ance. A man of the most genial disposition, even temper, warm-...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

]STEW ZEALAJSTD. We have files from Auckland to the 18th ultimo, but they add little to the news of | which we were previously in possession. Sir George Grey was at Wanganui, where a j residence was about to be built for him. The only late item of news from the seat of war is the following scrap from the Wanganui Chronicle:—" From private information we have received we learn that on the 14th General Cameron made a further advance and took possession of a pah called Mautatahi. The rebels had deserted it, and a large quantity of pigs and potatoes were found in it." A, subscription has been commenced in Auckland for the purpose of raising a fund ! to be paid as a reward for the apprehension and conviction of the murderers of the Rev. Mr Volkner.—Argus. | The Opitiki Butchery.—Further Par •ncDiiARs.—When the Revs. Mr Volkner and Grace were taken on their landing from the schooner Eclipse,' they were confined together for the night, their, captors consulting which of the two should be f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

. _ „ "MTgPTT. • , r'~ •"; f ct^^4|z&£--Qa. pfti©. >$&;?. Square, s$p.f i j\:~;; ■: ,■> J;,, ■ . /DIED. . i Munt.—On the"8£h j^prffT Mr William Muni, .^TeLfegriaplr.Cl&'if sfiaHL JftwtiriiastiEr Mi. Kadina), ag^$^jkil^.}hy, an. accidental |aLL :£com his o-feoVP- ..' " " ' * •* 'J'1"

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. AJtRIVED. Sajairfoy, April 8— Eclipse, ^ciioqper, mast^^lBtoWijPort Adelaide. T3. Bower? Sgenti ^ Sunday, April ^Bojial Shepfcierd, ^.s., 300 tons, It.Waa^master, from Port Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

STEAM TO PQBT WAIZiASOO AND ' - POET ATOUSTA m H E $creHr - Steamship EOYAL SHEPHERD, Wasb, Oommander, Will leave iPort Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port; Augusta, on SATURDAY, April s. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on herreturn trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide,on THURSDAY, April 13. " J. B. ATJSTUf, \ 14 d Port Wallaroo. Wanted. AJTTED, a good strong Boy. Apply office ; this paper. ■ ^EjjtpANTED, a, icspeetable LAD. Must ,lie: WW able to write a. good plain hand. Apply" to E.'jNT. liolan, Wallaroolim. . 1-4-eU ;• ;,W7:AiraEED TO LET, a FOUR-ROOMED , HOUSE; next door to 3T. Sparkman and 'ttflier- a dwelling-liouse or office. Apply to G-. Jf. & W. H. Birte, or office of this paper. 7 *VE7* ANTED, about 800 yards of Plastering :;f -T,' done,attbe <Hobeinn, Wallaroo ; also, a job at Moonta. WILLIAM SQ0AKE. \lTiJl TifiD (o Purchase, a good upstanding tV¥ Spring-Cart HORSE. Apply at the , Globe. -V. - ' ■ . . 8 4 - Conveyances. MOST AGBEEABUS AND ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Eclipse, from Port Adelaide2—5 pTrpra, 20half-barrels blast powder, Yorke'sPenin "sula 'Mining "Company; 133 pkgs, Wallaroo Mamg'Company ? 1 pig, BsLzeley; 4- do, B. Green; 34 Tbage sugar, 3p"kgs, A. IFrance; 2 bales r~hayy 2tanks -braaij-Staeey:; 1 crate,W.Square*;< 3 pkgs, Brown; A chaff-cutter,' 20 bags oatjs, Anderson and Oats; 5 pkgs, Potter and Page ; 26 do groceries, «J. James; 2 do, W. Moore ;-10 doi * Tydeman; 1 qr-cask brandy, 5 cases gin, ,,, Haselgrove; 1 case, Gacld and! xorke; 1 do, W. ''tCbomas; 2 pkgs, Haimnencej 9 do, H, Stephens j 93 bags potatoes, &hhds ale,3 cases, 5. D. G-ougej 2 hhcls ale, W. Y. Bi*ywn; 81 pkgs groceries, Scarfe and Burden ; 15 -cases kerosene,- 5 boxes, Lester; 30 bags potatoes, 4s do onions, Messent.; groceries, Furner and Co. ; 3.pkgs.bed ' =steadse iDiekepson and Berriman; 6 do groceries, P. Sharp; 3 pkgs, E. E. Holmes ; 1 pump/iSan -rkervisj ;I3 pl^s groceries, J. Secombe; 24 do do, /Clmchsand Co.; ...

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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 12 April 1865

•': GLEABED: Monday/ April 10—Royal Shepherd, Port Augusta.

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COLONEL M'MURDO ON THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

G0M52JEI, MTOKDQ t ONTHE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT A numerous and brilliant company was assembled inWestminster Hall, last Saturday Jan. 2l;-to witness the presentation of prizes to the Queen's (WcstminsterX Rifle Cprpsf The prizes, which amounted to between and «tl500j were presented by Lady Constance " Grosvenor, who was loudly cheered. The-, corps was addressed by Earl Grosvenoi^ahd by Colonel M^Murdo. The latter said it was to be regretted that persons \vho "wereposses sors of land in the vicinity of ranges proved' themselves such great opponents to the volunteer force, and took the steps tihey^li^. for obstructing the progress ef the volunteer movement, though the medium of the law. It was to be regretted that through amisappre< hension Parliament had not adopted certain clauses in a bill to protect volunteers in dis. charging their duties as efficients, and which would have prevented the wholesale destrucr tion of ranges. Range after range, either through foolish fear or t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

: in soot ' iV;i®SS?*v.f 'i&■ -»;k'■ '■ '■ ■■ ' ■ '' ' ': ', ^ iTVJiiRY Subscriber for, the* year 1865 will •^JEjjf " r^ive jeigHt ^ Line -Engravings, Sifter Designs, in illustxation. of Scot?s ■ •** Waverley,".' Irandsomely bound in . a volume, besides' a: cliatiCe' of -obtaining a Valuable Work; tof'Altai tHel Annual Distribution of Prizes. ^ 3absciipti6n,-Onie Ouinea, -which must be paid "before the25t&April. : Prospectuses, and every information may -be obtained from J)AVID CULLEY, Honorary Secretary. , Adelaide Picture-frame Manufactory^ " .. Flinders-street, Adelaide. . Subscriptions ; will be received by Gk T. iCLABESOij, office of this paper. 8 4 22 SELECT BALL. A' SELECT BALL he held at Mr C. JnL Williams's, Ship Inn, Wallaroo Bay, on MCfcNDAY, April 17. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. Single Tickets, 2s 6d; Double Tickets, 4s. ' '' ' ' . 8 4 23 N O TIC E. rWlHE PARTNERSHIP hitherto easting be tween the undersigned^ trading under the style of RAYMOND and R...

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AN INCORRIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

AN INCORRIGIBLE. A man, named Crawleigh, aged thirty two, a printer, was found, guilty of - a shop robbery at North Shields. Several previous convictions were proved against him; amongst others it was shown that he had undergone six years' penal servitude for rob bery with violence- Crawleigh said tie wished to speak to the Court ere they pronounced sentence. Addressing the Chairman as "Learned Sir^' he said that, although he had been found guilty according to the evidence of the jury, yet his conscience acquitted him, for he was sure that he was not the first by hundreds who had been con victed on false evidence. As an instance of this he quoted the case of Mr Berwick, who, he said, had been falselycondemned^audjthen afterwards was able to clear himself ihrough the power of money. Then, if th^ turned their attention to the Bible, that best of books, they found that many false witnesses rose up against our blessed Lord himself, and if false evidence prevailed against that Spotless L...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

EXPOBTS. Cargo of the Eclipse, for Port Adelaide—12 tons x»pper ore, Karkanlla Mining Company. j

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THE INTENTION OF CAST-STEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

THE INTENTION OF CAST-STEEL. (From the Times.) The history of inventions is a subject of interest to the whole civilized world, and, like other kinds of history, needs corrections from time to time as new or forgotten facts come to light. It is certain that in some cases the credit of valuable inventions has been claimed by persons who had nojrightto it, and in other cases it has been wrongly conceded by the public to persons who had never claimed it for themselves. The invention of cast-steel has hitherto been generally ascribed to Ben jamin Huntsman, who wasbornin Lincolnshire in 1704, and died at Sheffield in 1776. But if the information-which I have just received from a high authority in Sweden be correct, it would seem that Huntsman was not the author of this invention. By directing atten tion to this question it is proLable that the spirit of enquiry will be excited, and further evidence obtained. Broling, a Swede, who lived in England, and chiefly at Sheffield, during the yea...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

SAILED. April 12—Moonta, ship, for;Sydney. 12—Eclipse, schooner, for Port Adelaide., 12—Royal Shepherd, s.s., for Port Ade laide. " *

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