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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
/ Medical. HOPELESS CASES CURED. MRS BENZIE'S powerful, safe, and quick coxing REMEDIES—just as the railroad aid telegraph are ahead of the old maU coaches —sire fear ahead of the bIow bungling of the old school doctors, with their bleeding, blistering, mereuiy, and starving diet, and no less ahead of Homoeopathy, "with its "worthless lollypops and tinctures, and absurd disallowing of butter and bacon, tea, coffee, beer, and wine, contrary to the Word of Gtod (Ecclesiastes, ii. 24, and 1st Tim., v. 23) as well as to common sense. - Mrs REN3QZE respectfully requests disbelievers in her UNPRECEDENTED CURES of hope less cases, medical and surgical, to inquire of hundreds of her cured patients, and thousands oi witnesses, in every distnct of the colony •while the well-kno wn fect of her haviog the most ex tensive medical practice in this colony, proved by the daily crowds flocking to her; Consulting Rooms, renders her quite independent; of ;those who sneer at the lady physicienne, and w...
A LIVELY SUBJECT FOR A STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
A LIVELY SUBJECT FOR A STORY. There used to be a story current of a per plexing incident in the life of John Hunter, the celebrated surgeon, which has a cert ain grim drollery about it. One night on re ceiving from Jack Ketch a " subject " who had been hanged that morning at Newgate— such hangings and such sellings were very common in those days—he perceived that somehow or other the vital spark was not quite extinct. His professional zeal was instantly aroused; he applied all his skill to the task;; and in a short time succeeded, to his scientific satisfaction, in restoring the law's victim to his full faculties again. But his satisfaction was somewhatshort-lived, for the resuscitated felon insisted upon looking to his benefactor for his future subsistence ! He argued that he had striven to bring him, as it were, a second time into the world, he must be regarded in loco parentie! Hunter, always a nervous man, and by no means convinced that he had not offended grievously against the...
HORRIBLE DEATH ON THE NORTH KENT RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 13 May 1865
HORRIBLE DEATH ON THE NORTH &nbsp; KENT RAILWAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; Some singular facts, illustrative of the enormous increase in the extent of the railway traffic which has taken place of late years, were disclosed at an inquest held by Ms. Payne, the City coroner, on Monday night, on the body of a railway employe named Thomas Snelling. It appears that in the neighbourhood of Rotherhithe there is a junction of the Mid- Kent, North Kent, Crystal Palace and Green- wich lines with the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway line. The trains of the different railways run to London-bridge over six lines of metals; and we were informed that in the winter months between 400 and 500 trains pass up and down in the twenty-four hours, whilst in the summer months the almost incredible number of between 800 and 900 travel over the rails within that space of time. Six trains have been known to pass the signal-boxes in the space of three minutes. For the regulation and safety ...
SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
SWITZERLAND. A proposition is now being discussed in Switzerland for reducing the 22 cantons to 8. It is said that the Confederation would be strengthened by greater centralisation, and the Conservative party are supposed to look upon the project with favour. On the other hand, it has not yet received much approval from the bulk. of the people- The Federal Chambers will be engaged in a* discussion on the revision of the Constitution in May, and it is understood that the proposal for reducing the number of cantons will then be broached.
GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
GREECE. xne revolutionary party favourable to the ex-King Otho, under the leadership of Miaoulis, have formed a coalition, their avowed object being constitutional opposition to the present government Revolutionary proclamations h ad been issued in Livadia and public tranquillity disturbed in Cephalonia. Three loniaus who had been appointed Councillors of State had refused the nomination. The Minister of the Interior had been coldly received at Corfu. The Public Treasury was empty, and a loan of 500,000 drachmas had been concluded with the National Bank. The deficit of last year was 1,000,000 drachmas, and the deficit this year ,was expected to exceed that amount.
RUSSIA. THE RECENT POLISH REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
RUSSIA. THE RECENT POLISH REVOLT. The condition of Lithuania, resulting from | the offects of the Polish revolt, is most deplor able, and exceeds all that has been written respecting it. Only in the vicinities of the railway stations of large - towns is the least sign of traffic observable. At a very short distance from the high roads there are no: passengers to be met with and no living being. trom Vienna, it is stated that a few days I ago many of the Poles who had residences assigned them in the interior of Austria have i returned towards Russia, while part of them, j and all who had been provided with travelling money by the Austrian government, have crossed the Bavarian frontier, and will be forwarded to Switzerland. The number yet remaining in Austria is scarcely more than 400, but the government is considering mea sures relating to their removal, which will probably not take place till the abolition of the^state of siege in Galicia. l'Jie assembly of the nobles of the govern ...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
_AUSTRIA. ; ^ Vjenna o&Gial paper states tliat ,toe greater, number -of ihe Polish refugees. who were interned'in Austriahaveslready^mtted the-coiuitry. - Among them is the exrIMctatwr Langiewicz, who after his two years1 of con firiemerit isafcleiigth set free. He has gone to Switzerland. ^ The ^tivfernmcnt has discovered a ftew conspiracy in Venetia, and numerous arreste have been made in consequence. The Cabinet of Vienna has determined upon granting no concessions whatever, to the liberal party in the Venetian provinces.
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
PRUSSIA.. The events in course of development on the Continent are few in number, but some re markable observations made by the War Minister of Prussia apropos of the intention of France to enter on a war with that country, point to ^possible complications between both countries at no very remote future. At the same time it is not unlikely thati^iese remarks were intended to terrify the Prussian legi slature into: granting the supplies for the army, which they have so long and so persistently withheld, ih accordance with theirconstitutional Tight. If so,'it would seem like playing with the lightning—a tempting of Providence. The members of the Opposition have lately been obliged to change their place of meeting froih "one hotel to another. On a recent occa sion, the proprietor of an hotel at which the Opjp^^on had held a sitting inserted a notice m the piurnals, publicly declaring that it was without liis knowledge that his manager had let the room for the. meeting. The reason iot t...
ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
ROME. A notification has been issued by the cardinal vicar relative to the jubilee. Id this document die cardinal reverts to the object of the Encyclical, and particularises as especially deplorable errors liberty of conscience and worship recognised as a legal right, the recognition of the right of all to propagate through the press erroneous principles, and finally the declaration that the will of the people is a supreme law. Information from Rome states that the Papal coort will not attempt the difficulty of eotning Jbo an understanding with France and Italy oh the bases of the September Conven tion. The. Pope is determined to allow events to take their own course. The cardinals doubt whether the French government would dare to leave the Papacy to its destiny. The official * Gorrespondencia Romana ' in a recent publication says: "The protection of the Almighty has hitherto been bestowed upon the Emperor of the French to enable him to uphold the Papacy, but from the moment the emp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
Medical. CrRS RENN1E, PHYSIC (FbOM JjOHDON), Maty be CONSULTED daily in HOPELESS OA6ES,Medical and Surgical, given over by Doctors as INCURABLE. Twenty years'! aiic-; ceasful experience givesber great confidence in 'undertakingcores. / Consulting letters, addressed to Mis Bennie, Pbysicienne,' Grote-sfcreet west, Adelaide,. en-' closing 10s in stamps o^p^st-office : or&lt;^,wiU be ali, :25s)f Bemedies wilF^e sent to £my'^st town in the colony, with Mer list of cured, viz.—Bad eyes, deafness, uleers, cfu^jp?;, eruptions, nervous disorders, heart palpitations, consumptive cough, biUous ' ind^8tipn> rheuma tism, lameness, dropsy, feinaLe disorders, complaints, worms &e. - r , ' ^ Medical OLLO W A Y'S P I L L S These Pills can be confidently recommended as the most simple and certain remedy forindi gestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, con stipation, and all the many maladies resulting from disordered stomach, or bowels. In all diseases it is of primary impo...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Uoyal Shepherd returned to port on Satur day, having been unable to make headway against the prevailing gale. The weather having moderated, the Eleanor sailed early on Monday morning and the Royal Shepherd a few hours afterwards. In consequence of the injury to the jetty by the late storm,'the Adelaide was obliged to leave behind 15 tons Yelta ore. She took 28 tons3 which were shipped prior to the coming on of the gale. The damage to the jetty has been repaired. . The Eleanor and Boyal Shepherd arrived in Port Adelaide early yesterday morning.
ITALY [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
ITALY Some of the Italian papers publish a letter bearing Mazzini's signature, which -affirms that there exists a secret protocol to the Franco-Italian convention, providing for the cession to France of a part of Piedmont if Italy should obtain Home or Venice. Mazzini (if the letter be really his) insists that this story is true. It has indeed been whispered about for some time in certain political circles in Italy. It should be stated that General La Marmora, the Italian Prime Minister, and Visconti-Venosta, the late Foreign Minister, have, in the most solemn manner, assured the Chamber of Deputies that the story has not the slightest foundation A grand banquet in honour of General JM'Clellan was given in Rome by the Rus sian representative a few days ago.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
AMERICA. Preparations have been made to evacuate Richmond. The Confederate Senate has passed a bill authorising the arming of slaves. Lee retires through Lynchburg, and will march through the mountains. Adelaide, Monday, 1.40 p.m. Great tide at Port Adelaide, breaking through embankment. One hundred men were engaged all Sunday making temporary embankment at Fort, but the tide last night broke through again, rendering all labour futile. Subscription-lists opened for relief of suf ferers. Great meeting tb-night for the same purpose. No loss of life sustained. English telegram via Inda, of 3rd April, states that Richard Gobden died through bronchial asthma.
WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
WAIiLAJROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 16. j Water, t>s per hud. Retail. Barley, 6s 6d; oats, 7s ; pollard, 2s 2d; bran, Is lid to 2s; chaff, ds tods fid. BREAD AND MjOTJB. Bread, 4|d to fid per 2^ Hour, 3d per lb lb loaf 48s per bag BUTCHER MEAT. Beef, 5d to 8d per lb Pork, to 10d' per lb Mutton, 5d to yd per lb! Veal, Id to lOd per lb Lamb, 3s 6d to 4s 6d Sausages, 6d per ib • per qr >" DATRY PBODTTCE. Bacon, Is Od per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per liuibter, fre&h, Os Od > lb ? - • . - Prinie Do, salt, Is 6d Do, English, fid . ' Cheese, Colonial, Is per Milk, 8d pe£ quart lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, English, Is fid do Fowls, 5s do \ Biggs, Is fid per doz ; ITSH. ; Oysters, Is per doz - Fish, fid to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt. Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs/ fid to Is per doz - FEUIT. Almonds, dried, 9d Peaches, 3d per lb Apples, 3£d Plums, fid per qt Apricots, none Pears, 3d per lb Grapes, 3d per lb Lemons, 3d to 4d each VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 5d to 8d Oni...
NEWS BY THE MAIL. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
NEWS BY THE MAIL. FRANCE. Some of the Paris papers talk of a serious misunderstanding existing between the Porte . and the French,ambassador,inconsequence of which the latter has left Canstantinople for Paris to confer with his government. M« Rogeard, who wrote a pamphlet satiris ing Kapoleon the Third and his system in the shape of a satire upon the Histoire de Jules Caesar," has been sentenced to five years' imprisonment. Lucidly for M. Rogeard, however, hie had taken the precaution, immediately after publishing his clever and bitter pamphlet to put the Belgian frontier between himself and the imperial author whom he satirised. His publisher, who is believed to have offended unwittingly, gets off with a month's imprisonment and a fine of 5Q0f.
BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 16. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
BUILDING- MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 16. i Eetaxl. I Deals, »x3 ... ... 0 0 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 Ditto, 11 x 3, solid ... 0 0 8§ Ditto, ditto, sawn each cat 0 0, Of Battens, 7.x 3, solid . .. 0 0.5 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 0 O 0£ Cedar Board, per foot super 0 0 7 Mooring Boards, T & &lt;3-,6 x 1 0 0 2| Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, l|-d, per 100 0 10 0 Ditto, 4x3 0 18 0 Ditto, 6 x 1, l£d Ditto, 6x6. ... 0 12 0 0 18 0 Ditto, 9x9 — Palings, 5 feet, Jjaunceston 1 4 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 12 0 Laths, 3 feet, 1*1000 ... 1 0 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6,ditto ... 1 5 0 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 0 Boman ; ... 1 0 0 Bbioes, at the lain 3 5 0 CktSBUGATsslBoif, ^ cwt, 338 to 40s Iime,perbushel16d to 8d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
HOTEt, J ■ M0Q1STA. * WifiE^^ rietaiias histhanksto the people - jswliV of Mbonta, and strangers visiting the liberal patronage they have .accorded h"n, and hopes, by continuing to keep •aihtfimg hvit the best drinks, to merit a continu ance of iheir favours. ' I?.B.-^-The best accommodation for travellers j 3a^6,gOddStabling andStockyards. I-2r53 .Proprietor. •TT" V. MOYLE begs to inform his friends JLJ_« and die public generally, that he has jte&en the EXCH ANGE HOTEL, Kadina, lately poejapied bj Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes bv strict attention to business, and a supply of the best Liquors, to receive a continued share of «upport. ' N.Bi-iood Stabling and a supply of water always on hand. H. Y. MOYLE, ; 4-2-c KADINA. r E L D E I D G E •„ ^IxATE L&NDIjOED OE THE JUNCTION HOTEIi ; ; , Hobth-Soad), PRINCE OP WALES HOTEL, POUT WALLAROO, 8-2-c USTN", KIDINA. W. WILSON begs to notify to his friends tP •• in the district that he has taken the above Laige and Commodious Inn,...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
MAIL NOTICES. Ttfailfl close— WAMiABOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Pru£ J TTpr,l£ac?ina and Moonfca, every day, at 8 a.m. KADENA. ■. ' For Adelaide, on .Monday, Wednesday, and Slrifl&y, at 5 aan. Moonta, every day, (Sundays excepted), at 0 « -.VV - : - V 3For ,^f5larpp every day (Sundays excepted), / ^JE^pr^ Adelaide, )Safau£&y,afc3l30 pan.': /"*•/ .7': Sior KagiTtfrjand W«3iM^ ey(CTy day (SandayB
ON LIGHTING MINES BY GAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
ON LIGHTING MINES BY GAS. (From the Mining Journal.) I At the Institution of Civil Engineers, tbe first paper of the session was on Lighting Mines by Gas, by Mr Alex. Wright, Assoc. Inst. C.E. He commenced by noticing the almost universal introduction of gas for the purpose of illumination, and the causes of tbe attention of the author being turned to its adaptation to the lighting of mines, where the present mode of employing tallow candles or toil lamps was found to be prejudical to the health of the miners, whilst the light afforded was so inadequate that the men could not perform their duty properly. It was stated that the expenditure of oil and tallow in the. mines of England might be roughly estimated at .£500,000 per annum. : In Cornwall and Devon alone there were 30,000 men employed underground, who were lighted at an annual expense of £60,000 per annum; and in^ctae of ^th^^ annual expenditure for candles hakl reached as high as £7000. A general view of the state of lighting...