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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close— | wajxabqo. i For Adelaide, on Sim day, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For Kadina and Moonfca, every day, at 8 a.m. KADDTA. 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 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo^ every day*(Sundays excepted), at 3.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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CAN A PRIEST MARRY? [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

CA2? A PRIEST MAERY ? The question whether a priest can lawfully marry by" the law of France, which issaid to ; have been raised only twice in 60 years, has been decided in the negative by the Court of the First instance of Paris. The plaintiff, a :prifest,-sought a decree of nullity of his own marriage, on*the ground that he was in holy orders at the time of the contract. The wife, though cited, did not appear, so that the other side of the question was not argued on this occasion. Counsel for the plaintiff made a very long speech, and his arguments were adopted by the judge-advocate. In the course of the argument the counsel said :j—" It is pre tended that several of the apostles were married; I adtnit that, but what I deny is, that any of them married after they became apostles." He contended that the celib^py of priests was an ordinance of Christ himself, who on several occasions had promised the kingdom of Heaven as a reward for celibacy. The court, without going into any of th...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. A shobt time since we published a letter from Mr William Squabe respecting the want of proper regulations for the landing of gunpowder at this port. The question is one of great importance, and our attention has again been drawn to it by the arrival of the Lord Nelson with five or six tons of powder on board. We believe this has been partly landed and partly transhipped to the hulk Rebecca, whence it will be removed at the rate of one ton per diem, to its destination at the Moonta Mine. The powder may be safe enough on the hulk, but we think at a port like this the Government should provide a proper magazine for the storage of powder. Some time ago, we are in formed, a fine of £10 was inflicted on the Railway Oompany for carrying kegs of powder on an ordinary truck. We will not go into the merits of the case, nor dispute the justice of the infliction, but surely it shows not a little inconsis tency on the part of Government to enforce a fine like that,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

Business Notices. n o S T S and BAILS always on SALE, at jt the SiEi), near the SMELTERS' HOME, WALLAROO. 22 4 25 F U E N I T F E E. UY YOUR FURNITURE AT COL T M A IST'S. Veiy Cheap and very good. FUNERALS AT FIXED CHARGES. ARCHER-STREET (opposite Whitford's new Corn Store. 29 3 c THOMAS JOED AN, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, PORT WALLAROO, iEGS toannounce to his numerous customers* of the above place and the surrounding districts of Yorke's Peninsula, that he lias just receivedan excellent assortment of English and Foreign <30LD and SILVER WATCHES, com prising— Gold Keyless Watches, Gold and Silver Patent Lever Watches, both Ladies' and Gents'; Duplex and Horizontal do, in gold and silver; also, an excellent assortment of Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Chains; and a great variety of Jewelleiy of the latest designs and &sMons, guar anteed of the best material and workmanship. Likewise, an assortment of Clocks of the very beet workmanship ancL^iewest designs. All go...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. William Jessut.—Received.

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FASTING FOR NINE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

FASTING FOR NINE DAYS. On Saturday afternoon, the 14th alt., a man named, Frederick Hibberd, in the employ of Mrs Pinchin, of Winsley, went to a straw rick belonging to bis mistress, near the' Cumberwell turnpike-gate, on the Bath-road, for the purpose of getting some straw. When he got there be began to remove the straw, audi after he, had taken off some of it, to his great surprise he found a mag. in the lick. He looked at him and fonnd that he breathed, • and thinking that he was drank and had got: there and* covered himself up for shelter, he ordered him off, saying that if hb did not" go he would fetch a policeman. The: man did not move, andas the wea&er was exceedingly rough, and unfit fpr^ remq^j^g the straw. Hibberd leftnetimd-Hbfisb5man, and went Jbjime. The iiext mormi^(l5tffiday) he went to the rick again for the straw, and still found the man there. He ^aih ordered him «ff, but received no answer. He then obtained the assistance of Polii&rcoii&tab...

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WIFE MURDER AT PRESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 26 April 1865

WIPE MURDER AT PRESTON. On Monday morning, January 30,- a man I named Stephen Burke, an Irishman, residing at No 51 Brunswick-street, Preston, was appre hended on charge of murdering his wife, Mary Burke, also a native of Ireland. The j prisoner is a tailor by trade, but has long I borne a bad character, and has often been I before the magistrates on charges of drunken- ; ness, illegally pledging, disorderly conduct, assaulting his wife, threatening to take his wife's life, and assaulting the police, and has been several times committed to the House of Correction for various.terms of imprisonment. Burke is between 39^and-40 years old, and-bis wife was about the same ages. The crime is supposed to have been committed between 3 and 4 o'clock on Monday morning, for at that hour screams and groans were heard proceed ing from the house. Burke has long lived on bad terms with his wife, and he has, been frequently heard to threaten to take her life. Some weeks since she left the house, wit...

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AN AMERICAN MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

AN AMERICAN MURDERER* The Cleveland Leader oi the 14th Feb. ogives i an account of the murder of a wife, father, and mother by a young recruiting officer named David L. Bivins, who had been stationed at Grafton, and wished to release himself -of his wife as a preliminary to getting married a secoiid time under advantageous circum stances. He went to his former home near Coldwater, Michigan (where his young wife resided with his father and mother), on the 1st of the present month. Daring the absence of Bivins in the evening his wife was suddenly seized with the pains of childbirth, and as his father was spending the evening at a neigh bour's the old lady went Out to find him and send him for a doctor, leaving the sick woman entirely alone. During her absence the hus band entered the house, and, unmoved by the the delicate condition of his wife, deliberately killed her. While thus engaged his father and mother entered, and the villain shot and killed both. He then hid their bodies in ...

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EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS OF A BIGAMIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS OF A BIGAMIST. On Friday, a telegram told Superintendent Griffin, of Gloucester, to look out for a school master, named William Trim, who had ab- ■ sconded from Roath, Glamorganshire • who was charged with bigamy, and who was ex pected to be then ih Gloucester, having come from Derby to meet the second object of his choice. Two constables went to tfee station, where they espied a gentleman, wearing a light gi^ oyfercoat, felt hat, with spectacles on nose, and a bag-suspended by a strap from the shoulders. They walked up to him, aid saluted him with " Good morning, giving him a hearty shake 6t thehand.Hfe said he was. quite well; bnt in a moment,-'as. if recoUecting himself, he; added, " You are both mistaken j my name lis i&t Trim.'.' This only increased the joftcers1 siisjpieion, and Mr TVim, much against his will, was-ushered into die presence of the constable in waiting, who pulled out the handcuffs, at the clink of which Trim remarked, U I am th...

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ERUPTION OF MOUNT ETNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

ERUPTION OF MOUNT ETNA. Letters fron Sicily announce an eruption of Mount Etna. It will be remembered that the mountain showed signs of activity on the first day of the year, when a smart shock of earthquake was experienced throughout the surrounding country. A letter from Mussina of the 5th Feb. thus describes the eruption " During the last few days a fresh eruption of Mount Etna has taken place. It being an extraordinary spectacle, and a. phenomenon only repeated at long intervals, I went to the mountain at the first receipt of the news, and stayed there two days notwithstanding the excessively bad weather. The lava is not abundant at its source,, and immediately divides itself into two principal branches; neither are the two torrents very wide. That which I have seen, and the largest, was about 15 metres high, and of a width of 250 or 300 metres. It issues on the east side of Etna, and hardly reaches the border of the cultivated vine districts, but it has overwhelmed two cot tage...

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AGONISING SCENE AT A LONDON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

AGONISING SCENE AT A LONDON FIRE. OnTuesday, February L4, aboutone o'clock, a fire broke out in No. 51 Great Sutton Street, Goswell Road. Volumes of smoke and flame burst forth front the windows in the lower part of the building, and also from those of the . first and second^ jSows. 5 ifiie second floor, as the smoke was blown -past -by, i strong wind, could be seen Mrs Hudson, the proprietress, ah her night dress, hanging by her hands to the w'ndow sill, and the flames t lapping round her arms and encircling her | head. A little further off was the niece of j Mrs Hudson, named Norman, only sixteen years of age, screaming frantically for help. She was then nearly surrounded by fire, and in her excitement she jumped out of the window, falling upon a man who was standing below, and who attempted to catch her, but failed. Both were hurt, but not seriously. Meanwhile Mrs Hudson was clinging to the window sill of the house, and, just as §he appeared about to fall, Conductor Shaw arrived ...

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THE CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

THE CHARGES AGAINST GENERAL BUTLER. The Daily News correspondent at New York defends General Butler from the charges made against him. He says :—Mr Brooks, a mem ber of Congress from this city, one of that school of " distinguished statesmen!" of which "Ben Wood" is the leader, called htm a 41 gold robber," alluding to the oldi kdd widely circulated charge of' having. stolen 50,000 dollars in gold from a firm in New Orleans, after the capture of that city. But ler wrote to him, asking for an explanation. Brooks brought the letter before the house as a breach of privilege, and this gave Butler's friends an opportunity of producing all the evidence in his justification. It appears that he was informed, on reaching New Orleans, that the firm in question had in their posses sion 50,000 dollars in gold, stolen from the United States mint. He sent for the partners, and questioned them. They denied all know ledge, or that they had any gold in their pos session. He sent them to Fort Jackson...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

SAILED. April 27—Boyal 8hepherd, s.s., for Adelaide. , 27—Omeo, schooner, for Port Pirie.

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"COUNT BORROMEO." [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

^COTOT -Tf-J■;■ i\ : " ,i)K Hen^CharlesSinetiiwick, alias^Tucker alias Borromeo, 32, described in the^calendar - as a surgeon, was- arraigned at the Surrey Sessions to answer several indictments found against him for obtaining goods arid "money from various persons underfalse and fradulent pretences: He had no counsel retained for Mm, neither were any learned gentlemen 1 ■ engaged for theprosecut ion. On the indictment being read over to him, the prisoner-in a faint < voice pleaded .guilty, and handed up a small document to the bench. The letter merely set forth that he was very ill, and that, as • he did not wish to put the court or the jury to any trouble, he pleaded guilty to all the charges. Some time ago the prisoner took lodgings with a widow at Keigate,'and there ■: managed to secure the affections of her daugfa - ter, a girl 16 years of age. Under the pretence of marrying her and purchasing some goods, j • he induced her to accompany him to London, j He took lodgi...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The trig Mary Grant arrived on . Tuesday evening, from the Don, with a cargo of'timber and potatoes for Mr D. Bower. The Walrus, laden with timberand a quantity of potatoes, has sailed fromthe same place for Wallaroo, and may therefore he shortly expected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

Hotels, &c. PKINCE OF WALES HOTEL, < moonta. . " ' ' ' ; r M: WEEKS returns His thanks to the people • : c»f Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the liberal patronage they have accorded him, and hopes, fcy continuing to keep nothing bat the best drinks, to merit a continu ance of their favours. N.TB.^Tlie ljest accommodation for travellers.; also, good Stabling and Stackyards. M. WEEKS, : 1-2-52 Proprietor. "J"T. V. MOYLE hegs to inform his Mends JLJL* and the public generally, that he has taken the TiTSTflT A TJ(IR 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.—Gtood Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. Y. MOYLE, 4r2-c KADINA. E L B R I D G E • (Late Landmrd ov the Junction Hotel Nobth-Road), PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, PORTWALLAROO, 8-2-e WHITE LION INN, , IADIN A. T W. WILSON begs to notify to his friends ifP:;# in th...

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COMMERCIAL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

WaI/LABoo Times Office, Friday Evening. No alterations of moment have taken place m the markets during the week, and quotations '' generally remain fch.e earns. A few tons of pota tons arrived during the week from Don River, and a larger,quantify is, we are informed, expected bj the Walrus. WALLAEOO PBICES CURRENT. r Wallaroo, April 21. Water, 6b" per hhd. Retail. *' Barley, 6s6clj oats, 7s; pollard, 2s 2dj bran, Is lid to 2s; cbafl^ 9s to 9s 6d. . T BEEAD AND PIiOUB. Bread, 4Jd to 6d per 2: Flour, 3d per lb lbloaf 48s per bag « - ^ ' btjtcheb meat. Beef.; £>d to 8d _per lb Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Muttbnj ~6d tovdper lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb Lamb, 3s 6dto 4s 6d SauBages, 6d jper lb ■ perq* DAIRY PBODUCE. .Bacon, is Od per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Bju^r,.fresh, Os Od lb -Prime Do, salfc,ls 6d Do, English, Is 6d Cheese, colonial, Is per Milk,8dper quart 5 lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, jEngltoh, is 6ddo \ fowls, 5s do Eggs, Is 6df»er doz . / ..'/J \ fish. ' Oystera, "is p& d...

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WALLAROO CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

WALLAROO CEMETERY. Down in the dark and stormy deep .The mariner found his grave; Unknown be sleeps his last long sleep, And the waters round him lave. Earth's mem'ries fail to mark the spot In. Heaven alone 'tis known; The dust of none can be forgot By Him who shares its throne. Bleached in the hot and lurid sun, The traveller's bones lie bare; His nameless grave is made by none: He lies forgotten there. His fate we mourn, but sadder still, The hardened hearts of those Who, having power, lack the will Such 6acred spots t\ enclose. ' ' Tracing adown time's rapid stream, From Machpelah's dark cave, The dead have ever honour'd been With sepulchre and grave. With soften'd shades love draws .around Their curtain of repose; . : Aad flowers bloom sweetlyo'er the ground That doth oar dead enclose. Rudely the tramp of cruel hoof, ; Alas I has trodden them. down; Humanity still stands aloof, - </: As if all hearts, were stone. Oh! have you jet a Briton's soul, Which ne'er can petr...

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LABOUR MARKET. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

-V LABOUfi MABKET. April 21. Miners, v45b ^week P^aetereiBjllB to 12s do" -Oarpsntere., 10s to lk^ Jlis^ureas, frs ^ diem jdfiein, 1 Quariymen, 8s do JEa80B^lls tol2s do -Immpere, 8s -do— ^Outage of ore* foom Moonta Mine, per ton of cwt.,-98. — - iiPijgj^ljtiio^^ U-v Dilio_ditto.lk>m; J^karilla Mm^ ' j^artage of stores to flie afeove mines, per ton of , C.^^0csrt,m r

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RETURNED AUSTRALIANS' DINNER. MR M'DOUALL STUART, THE EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 29 April 1865

RETURNED AUSTRALIANS' DINNER. Me M'Douaix Stdart, the Explorer. The sixth re union of returned Australians resident in Glasgow, was held in Brown's Royal Dining Hall, on Thursday, February 23. There were about thirty gentlemen pre sent, and Wm. M'Nee, Esq., officiated as chairman, the former being supported on the right by M'Douall Stuart, Esq., the well known Australian explorer. - After the usual loyal toasts, the Chairman proposed the " Prosperity of the Australian Colonies," and in doing so referred to the marked progress which had been nfade by these colonies within the last sixteen years, and especially recently. He said that the rail ways and telegraphs to some of the principal iiggings, and the railway that was now in pro gress to unite Melbourne with Sydney, and others that must follow, must be the means of opening up that great country, and of leading to the discovery of new gold fields in other directions, and also to tho cultivation of other branches of industry little t...

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