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MOSBY'S BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

MOSBY'S BAND, The Special Correspondent of the Illustrated j London News says.:—" During my late visit | to the valley of the Shenandoah with Kershaw's j division, 1 was fortunate enough to fall in with Mosby and a party of his famous band..: Though I found it extremely difficult to meet with this renowned partisan chieftain, there are those amongst the Federals who find him when they least expect and much less desire; it. Your readers, no doubt, have frequently read paragraphs from the American war news mentioning thai Mosby had made another swoop from the mountains of the Blue Ridge, capturing a Yankee supply-train and its escort. To my mind he is the most astonishing guerilla leader in the Confederacy; and the tales one hears of-him sound more like the romance of war than the reality ; but when it' is considered how few men be usually attacks 1 with, his achievements are perfectly mar- j vellous. With comparatively a handful of | troopers, he does not hesitate to dash on a j trai...

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

Late Advertisements. Jg A S T. E K M O N" D A Y. Igip0 GEAJ.i) FETE!!^ VOLUNTEER REVIEW!!! AT WALL AEOO BAY. ENGLISH GAMES. _ A Grand Eete will take place at Point Hughes, Wallaroo Bay, on Monday morning, on which occasion the Kadina and Wallaroo Volunteers will be Reviewed, after which English Games will be introduced. The Volunteer Rifle Corps will leave the Parade Ground, Wallaroo, at half-past. .Ten o'clock, on Monday Morning, for Point Hughes; A Booth will be erected on the Ground, in, front of which will be a Platform. . Refreshments -will be provided by Mr Hazelgrove, of the Cornu copia Hotel. Dancing in the open air to the strains of a Band of Music. Special Trains for the occasion. K ADINA AND WALLAROO RAILWAY. On EASTER MOIfDAY Trains will run as follows:— Leave "Wallaboo. 8.15 a.m. 9.0 a.m. 1.30 P.m. 6.0 p.m. Leave' Eadina. 9.0 a-m. 10.0 a.m. 3.30 P.3C. *7.0 p.m. Unless the last Truck from Xadina is delayed for the Adelaide MaiL. 15 4 22 J. B. AUSTIN", Manager. JJ UGH JOS...

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THE EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

THE EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. (From the Illustrated London News.J His Imperial Majesty Dom Pedro H., j Emperor of Brazil, is justly esteemed for his i personal qualities and accomplishments, as i well as for his loyalty and integrity as a con stitutional Sovereign. We find in the Rev. J. C. Fletcher's recent account of u Brazil; and the Brazilians," the testimony of a | foreigner twelve years resident in that country, who had occasional opportunities of witness ing the Emperor's zeal for literature, science, and art, and the respectable proficiency which he has attained. His Majesty, we are to'd, presides at every meeting of the Brazilian imperial Geographical and .Historical Society; and it has been by his direction that Geographi cal explorations have been made in the im portant province of Ceara, and also, in 1862, of the Biver Pnrns, one of the largest affluents of the Amazon, which is really more unknown than the Nile. It may be remembered that, at a meeting of the Royal Geographical ...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

WALLAROO, SATURDAY, APRIL 15. | Morgan, the blood-thirsty bushranger, is no more. On Sunday last, the 9th inst, lie was 6£ht'to hift' last Account by a rifle shot in the back, fired by' a man named Quinlajl On Wednesday, the 5th April, i JfoBGAN crossed'from New, South Wales i into Victoria^nd commenced his depre dations in the neighbourhood of the Ovens.- He; rat - last stuck up a house belongingto Mr "ICPhebsgit, near ~Wan gajBatta, and.hasdng locked up the male inmates, proceeded to spend a comfort able; evening witKfheladies of the family. Afbertea, probably thinking that " music bath charms to .soothe th& savage breast/' he compelled one of the ladies to play $i^%iano for his amusement. Portu jialfelyTone of the prisoners escaped and gave - the alarm to Mr Euthebfoed, M'Phebso^s partner, who' lived within balf a "mile from the house where the night. This gentleman prudently collected together a dozen armed men, -whom he placed in ambush aroiind" M^^BSOX^s nb^e, also sen...

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THE TOWN OF SAVANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

THE TOWN OF SAVANNAH. The town and port of Savannah, which General Sherman has captured without a siege, by the retirement of the Confederate General Hardee, whose forces were unable to defend the place, is situated on the right bank of the River Savannah, eighteen miles from the sea. It is the terminus of three railroads connecting it with the neighbouring States of Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina. The Savannah river, indeed, marks the frontier between South Carolina and the State of Georgia, to which the town or city of Savan nah belongs. The population was, previously I to the war, about 25,000, aucL the place was a thriving mart for cotton, rice, and. lumber, but especially for the Sea-Island cotton, the most valuable kind that is grown, produced nowhere except in the low lands along this coast. The harbour is good, there being from 18 ft. to 21ft. of water at ebb tide over the bar at the mouth of the river, while vessels draw ing 13ft. can get up to the wharvesof the tow...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.), LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. FRANCE v. ELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

LOCAL COURT—KADWA ? (Before J. B. Sliepherdson, Eb^s S.M^^" ^ T.TTUTTKTi JITEISDIGTIOK—CIVHi; 5 Fbaitce v. Eiiain). ~ ■ Mr Taylor appeared for defendant! Mr Frande appeared-personally. < V >•■ The claim was for £813s 6d, £613s 6d of which was for commissionon the sale of forty-three tegs' of butter, Bold to Mr Christopher £267 Is 8d, at 2^ - per cent., and theremaining £2 was for expenses of posting billB andctyiiig sale. The defendant pleaded thegeneral issue and payment into Court of £2 in full satisfaction ■of the claim. The facts are shortly these : ^fen^nt iiT structed plaintiff to sell forty-three kegs of butter (along with other articles), at the. usual commis sion of 2i per cent. He gave his instructions sometime in the week previous to the 4iay~ap pointed for the sale. On the 6th March Mr Eland sold to Mr Whitford one ton of the butter that Mr France had received instructions toselL On the 7th March, the day before intended sale, Mr Eland withdrew liis instruc...

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GENERAL SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH GEORGIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

GENERAL SHERMAN'S MARC H ~ 'THROUijH GEORGIA. (From tke Hlmtraied Londan News.J The mapofGeneral Sherman's route from '" • Atlanta to Savannahj requires but little expla nation! It will be perceived that the central region of the State of Georgia, an upland country, open and well-watered, fertile of whfeat, cotton,and Indian corn, is traversed by'iwo railroads, from south-east to north West^cbnvdt^iig at Atlanta, but running for some distance parallel to each other, and forming the chief link of railway connection between Virginia and the States of Alabama and Mississippi, how the south-western limit of the Confederacy. One of these railroads is: the Georgia Central, running from Savannah to Macon, 190 miles, thence to Atlanta, by the Macon and Western Railroad, 101 miles, making the total distance from Savannah to - 'Atlanta by railroad 261 miles. The other is the Georgia Railroad, running from Augusta to Atlanta, at from forty to sixty miles north of the Georgia Central Railroad, ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

S HIPP IN G N E ¥ S. kTIt Wednggday,A^Jril 12-r-Harriet Hope,brig, 245 tons, Hammond, master, from Port Adelaide. : Thursday, April 13—Ifcoyal Shepherd, s.e., H. Ward, master, from. Port Augusta.

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

Shipping. STEAM TO POET WALLAEOO ASTD POET AUGUSTA. Hi Wasd, Commander, "Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATUEDAY, April 22. The ROYAL SHEPHEED/will, on her return . trip, leave Port AuguBta, for Wallaroo and Port THUESDAY, April 27. J. B. AUSTIN, Agent, 1 4 d Port Wallaroo. T7IQR WALLAROO.—The ; JJ fast-sailing and favourite schooner ECLIPSE, having neady all her cargo engaged, mil hare immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to - - DAVlii BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; ... JOHN YEO; or to .COUSIN LAMB. Wanted. "WIE^ASTED, » good strong Boy. Apply office TT of this paper. -' "" • "Must be %iSte^g<x>d plain hand. .Apply to E. N. Nolan, Wallaroo Inn. . 14 c M^AjSREEB TO LET, a FOUB.-EOOMED T ▼ HOUSE, nextdoor to F. Sparkman and Co., suitable for either a dwelling-house or office. Apply to G-. N. & W. H. Birks, or office of this ; paper. • .■ ;u:-- . •• •. | 1E]E7"A$rTEP to Purchase, a good upstanding T ▼ Spring-Cart HOUSE. Ap...

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

IMjPOBTS. .Cargo of the Harriet Hope, from Port 'Ade- j laide—-2-44 pkgs, Potter, and Page ; 8 do, W. V. ] Brown ; 5 do, Graham ; 29 ba^s oats, Heath; 28 pkgs, Clinch; 9 do, Nolan; 3do,Moyle; 46 do, J Brown; 7do, Tydeman; 2 do, Moore; 3 do, Chappeli; ? 1 truss, Wallaroo Times;... 32 pkgs, j Dickenson and Co.; .34 do, Melvin ; 1 do, Col man; 562 do, Eland; Webster and Grabble; 27' do, Anderson a.nd Oats; 145 do, Evers ; 150 do, j Staeey; 32 do, Messent; 4 do, Haselgrove ; 87 j do, Nankervis; 8 do, Secombe; 35 do, James;; 13 do, Sharp; 9 do, Martin; 40 do, Stephens; 210 do, Bichards; 60 do, Bray ; 6 do, Yorke's | Peninsula Mining Company ; -44 do, Order.

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

OTjfiA4fci£Xy» Thursday, April 13—Eclipse, schooner, xeo, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Royial Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Port Adelaide.

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

"""* Hotels, &c. ^ y,:: •■■■■ PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, ::MOOrtA: - M WEEKS returns his thanks to the people • of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, , for the liberal patronage they have accorded him, and hopes, bycontinuing to keep nothing but the best drinks, to merit a continu ance of their favours. KVB.—Thebest accommodation for travellers; also, good. Stabling and Stockyards. . v ' M. WEEKS, . 1-2-52: -Proprietor. HY. MOYLE begs to" inform Ids friends • and the public generally, that lie has taken the EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately .occupied by Mr Thomas* Moyle, and hopes by strict attention to business, and a supply of the best Liquors, to receive a continued share of support. N.B.—Good Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. V, MOYLE, 4-2-c KADDfA. J E L D B, I D G E • (Late Landlord of the Jtotction Hotel !NOETH-3lOAD), PSmCE OF WALES HOTEL, ; POET WALLABOO, 8-2-c WHITE LION INN, KADIIA. JW. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in the district that he...

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ON STRIKES. TO THE EDITOR, OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

ON STRIKES. TO THE EDITOB, OF THE WAI&ABOO'TIMES. I I Sib,—There are lessons which are best learned when there is 110 immediate need of their reduc j tion to practice. The keen feeling produced by the conflict of opinions-and the collision of parties ifi society is unfavourable to the calm and clear comprehension of the truths arid principles at issue during, such conflict. Therefore, since the late unhappy strike is now a past event, I desire greatly to r impress upon tW minds of both (employers and employed, tliatxrierearelawsregu lating the price, of labour, as well as.of .all other things -v^feich -are' bought or soli^-the force of which neither buyer nor seller can long resiBt. One of those lawsis/thataccording io the demand for any article shall be the price paid-for it. Whatever workmen receive of wages beyond the requirements of this law, ^arid-whatever-employers pay less than it requires,- Trill eventually prove detrimental to their - respective interests. The emplo...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE KEE[?]SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE KEBESAKB. All! knowes't thou why to distance driven, When friendship weeps the parting hour, The simplest gift that moment given, ; ^ Long, long, retains its magic power. It boots not if thie pencilled rose, . Or severed ringlet tneet the eye, Or India's sparkling gems enclose The Talisman of sympathy. Keep it, yes keep it for my sake ! In fancy's ear still tings the sound, Nor time the potent spell can break, Nor loose the tie affection- bound.

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THE LATE MR. C. W. MUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

THE LATE MR. C. W. MUOT. The following letter from Mr Charles Todd, with reference to .the late Mr Munt, appeared irLjhe^^erfeier.Qf Jast Wednesday— Sir,—Your issue of Tuesday, contains a report of the inquest on the body of the late Mr C. W. Munt, Telegraph Station Master and Postmaster at Kadina, who met with his death while returning from Wallaroo on Satur day evening last • and, lest the evidence of one of the witnesses—Mr Thomas—should | convey the impression that the deceased was j in a state of intoxication at the time, which I have every reason to believe was not ! the case, will you allow me to add a few1 facts which I have ascertained on enquiry! to-day, with a view of clearing the character * of a long-tried and trustworthy young officer, | whose untimely end no one deplores more than ! myself. ■ " Mr Munt entered the Telegraph Depart ment immediately after its organization in December- 1855, and from that time up to the day of his death, he always possessed and deserved ...

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CAPTURE AND DEATH OF MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

CAPTURE AND DEATH OF MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. Morgan had reached Pechaiba Station when he was shot. This station is owned by M4Pherson & Rutherford, and has two houses ■about a quarter of a mile distant. Morgan went to M'Pherson house on~Saturday even ing.; ordering refreshments,. and compelling Miss M'Pherson to jilay the piano to him. He stayed there all night; but one of the in mates escaping spread the alarm, and in the morning the house was surrounded by police from the Ovens, by a number of men from Rutherford's,and bypersonsfromWangaratta who volunteered. The Rev. Mr Robertson volunteered to rush the house, but this was not done. In .the morning Morgan came out and was shot by a civilian named Quinian. The wound wasriot fatal instantly, but Morgan was helpless, and was carried to Wangaratta where he died. The police arrangements were under the direction of Superintendent Winch, arid were beyond all praise. The utmost determination was taken not to allow of his escape u...

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

A WANDERER. When my spirit fails and faints, When my heart grows cold aud still When at night my vision paints Images of strife and ill: "When at morning light my head. Burning with a fever pain, — When my feet go out to tread The paths of this cold .world again : When in day's full glare I see Those who full of love audlife, Those who do not find in thee, „ Aught, O world of sin and strife : When at even I homeward turn, And there's, none to .welcome me, Does my heart within me burn, Oh! my childhood's home for thee And in colours fair I see ~ Everything in that dear home,. Bright with love and purity, Sad and sweet, for far I roam. Shall I ever turn to thee,— \ From thee never more to stray? In thy haven calm to he, Calm, free, bright as summer day. Like the Swiss who pines for thee, Home of love and liberty; Home of hearts and fancy free, Heart of homes, I turn to thee. ISIS. Wallaroo Bay.

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KADINA. April 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

KADINA. '"iq&tt* oijb owirjcobbespdiroiairt.) April 9. .. ■ Water, water every where, and not a drop to" 'drink? - islalmost1 the cry again here now. The supply, obtained from, the showers some" month or-six weeks ago Is again absorbed, andtjbe most inconvenient of al 1 inconveniences is -again a sternreality. Standing -orders, refreshment -committee, debates on the hour ofmeeting, and such like take the i!ime the p&rliamebtat present. "How soon they wiU endfeaVotir^ to* Taibst- important district from the horrors that threaten it from a scarcity of water remains to be seen. We understand £iatihe d jractors of the New Cornwall Miue h£velet*thbjbb of the erection of^^lfiewee^iBe&bcnisej ~Wfe are glad-that a.< laa^r >^b ilaaidi:i:as that - has not gone, tos eontr&fctiorsliving out of the district. We be lieve ^hatiiWl'elTCctM^feUdw townsman, Mr Emncis CMitchfellfis the man atthe htead; oj| affairs in connection with the building. v-"*' A'J...

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ADELAIDE GOSSIP. Thursday, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

A. B m.JE;"V&o's si p. j OUB ASELAmtiAK FRIEND.] Thursday, April 13. j ThereWasaserious accident" on the PortBail Tray^-day^. His ^^eeUen<y> tbe Go^rnpr, {the Bishop of Adelaide, the members of the Goyern Me6t,TSSd"lWaKflrmembers "of the'^g^lature,, besides minierqiis ladies, were* being Conveyed 323 ^ a epecialrtpain tothe Port for: the purpose of )» visiting.ILM.S. Falcon, when^just after; passing the Bowden statiop, the carriages began to oscil late to an. alarming extent. The train at this time -was going at a frightful pace, Mr Hare, the Manager, having stated he would make the jour ney 'in -nine -minutes. The oscillation continued for^^horttime, knd Wasliheh succeeded by extra ordinary heaving aud~pitching. Danger was now and presently the stoppageof the first carriage enabled.its occupants to get out. They then saw that the tworother camages (there were only three altogether) were capsized on the per manent wayv andin a very poor'condition. The imprisone...

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SHIPPING NEWS TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 15 April 1865

SHIPPING NEWS TO THE •RnTTVlT?. OT7 TTTU WATXAR/in TrM"EH. Sir,—Sometime since a- remark in the Weekly Mail respecting the importance of out having the u public telegrams posted in Wal laroo," was responded to by their being so posted for some weeks. Latterly the regu larity of these telegrams has not been attended to, and often when I have wished to ascertain J .whether a certain vessel has sailed from! Port Adelaid , I could not do so without! paying for a telegram. Now, Sir, I think we I are as much entitled to have these public j telegrams exhibited as any other Port in the j colony, and I hope this notice will have the j effect of stirring up the Telegraph Department ^ to proper attention to the matter.— -I am. &c.. F. STAGY

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