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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
STEAM Tt) PO^ AND POST AUOTSTA: , H- E f.Scrtew - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, TT- Wabd, Commander, Will leave Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta; oil SATURDAY;, May 20. TheHOYAL SHEPHERD will,, on her return trip, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide* on - - . . THURSDAY, May 25. J. B. AUSTIN, - " Agent, 14 d Port Wallaroo. OR WALIiAROO.—The fast-Bailing and favourite schooner ' ECLIPSE, . • ■ having nearly all her cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch. For freight ©r passage, apply to DAVJLD BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo $ JOHN YEO; or to : CORBIN IAMB. -r"-1 i MOST ^JG®EEASEE AKD SfiiM • 7-■ ' no sm:'si€^Ess, ; , -1> OUiySE V JjlliL'S wellioisedL and comfort JLW able Wallaroo Coach leaves Kadina on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 6 a.m., arriving at Salisbury in tame for the last- train to; Adelaide ; .and leaves Salisbury.the same daysj forJKadinaon arrival of first train from Adelaide.' The easiest and cheapest line, and no sea sick ness. " ■ "■...
CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
Ktci it Monday, May 15—Adelaide, schooner, G-. Cole man, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day—Royal Shepherd, s.s., Ward, master, for Poii Adelaide. Same day—Eleanor, p.s., Wells, master, for Port Adelaide. Passengers—Mr H. Quin, Capt. and Mrs Moore, child, and servant in the cabin. Tuesday, May 16—Walrus, schooner, Ander son, master, for the Biver Don. In ballast.
RECRUITING IN POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
The&isirianGa^ttemntainsih^ioliovnBg conmrameataon, dated Poland, . Jib. 20 :— " The igr^atest consteraation reigns here on accountofiherecrullingordered bytfae Russian Govenunent.' .lumbers .of young men who have emigrated hesitate 4o make use" of the permisfflon which they have obtained, toreturn to theirJjomes ; but it is generallyrecognised that the Bussianiakjvernment most necessarily carry out the measure. It is known positively that the most stringent orders have been issued from St. Petersburg to avoid all arbi trary and obnoxious acts; and the conscripts will be formally informed that no account will be taken of their previous conduct, and that it will in no degree retard their promotion. This last instructive figures .in an order received from St. Petersburg, and is under lined in the original. The authorities are engaged in tranquillising families, by making similar communications to them, and in recon ciling the country with the recruiting, Emi grants are also as...
WRECK OF THE SAN MIGUEL. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
WRECK OF THE SAN MIGUEL. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. We have been favoured by Mr H. Quia, Harbour -Master of Port Adelaide, with the following particulars relative to iiis visit to the wreck:— " The steamer Eleanor, Captain Wells, arrived at the scene of the wreck at 6 p.m. on the 5th inst. Capt. Moore came on board the steamer and informed Mr Quin that there were 6 feet in the hold. On the following morning Mr Quin went on board the San Miguel and took the following bearings Cape Elizabeth, S. and by E. half E. 5 Light ship, E. half S., and distant about a quarter of a mile; Long Point, E. and by N".; Long Point buoy, E.N.E. The ship's head was in the direction of TST.E. by E., and the bow was lying on the rocky part of the reel. The depth of water in the hold at low water was 8 feet. Soundings were taken outside, and 7 feet of water-were found at the bow, 9 feet on the starboard side, and 11 feet on the port side. Mr Nation having arrived on board, he, with Mr Quin, held a survey on t...
THE PARISH OFFICIALS OF BETHNAL-GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
THE PARISH OFFICIALS OF BETH NAL-GREEN. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, an inquiry was re sumed by Mr Richards, deputy-coroner, at the Carpenters' Arms, Ann's-place, Bethnal green, respecting the death of Thomas Jenkins, alleged to Lave been killed by his lunatic mother, under the following circum stances :— The deceased was the son of a painter and lib wife, residing at 27, Marion-square, Beth nal-greeh. The mother had been in a lunatic asylum, and for the last two years she was more or less insane. Since her confinement, five weeks before the death of the deceased, she became a dangerous lunatic, and Dr Cham bers advised her husband to apply to have her taken into the lunatic, ward of the work house, as it was "a case of life and death," and he could arrange to pay for her there. Williain Jenkins said that at the recom mendation of Dr Chambers he made application at 11.30, on last Sunday fortnight, to Mr Meyrick, master of Be thnal-green Workhouse, for the admission of his wife i.o the lunat...
WESLEYAN ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
WESLEY AN ANNIVERSARY. The services associated with the anniversary of the Wesleyan Chapel, Port Wallaroo, com menced on Sunday last. The Her. Mr Iron side preached in the morning and evening to large congregations. In the afternoon of the same day, the rev. gentleman delivered an interesting address to the children of the Wesleyan Sunday School. On the afternoon of the following Monday the customary tea meeting took place in the chapel. About 100 persons s&lt;tt down to an elegant and sumptuous repast, kindly pro vided and gracefully served by Mesdames John Phillips, Kerrison, Whitford, Pengelly, Heath, and Levido. After tea there sue ceeded the usual public meeting, which having j been opened by singing and prayer, The ffcev. Mr Col well (occupying the chair) stated that it had been expected that Mr J. B. Shepherdson would have been present to take the chair, but he hai been prevented doing so by having had to attend an inquest at Kadina. Apologies were also made for the n...
A QUEER TRANSACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
- ——— "' ^ -v-i " A QUEER TR ANSACTIO An action was brought by Bouillon and wife against Mdme. Valentin to recover £408, the amount payable upon certain coupons. The facts are very singular, and we give the evidence of the two witnesses called on the part of the plaintiff:—M. Lafoucauld was sworn, and said—"I was the butler'at the Railway Hotel in Paris, and knew Madame Valentin the defendant. She came, I believe, from Bordeaux, and resided with a M. Dauflour, in Paris, who died in 186*2. She was put into prison for having obtained some 1 property belonging- to M. Uauflour. She was released from prison in October, 1863, and came to live with me a short time afterwards, and continued to do so at intervals until she returned to Bordeaux in the autumn of last year. She wrote a letter to my wife thence, stating that she wished me to execute an office of trust, if my discretion could be relied upon., 1 afterwards saw Madame Valentin, and she delivered to me some Paris Omnibus shares, som...
STEALING CATS, [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
STEALING CATS, Last week Caroline Stedman and Mary Ann Donovan were brought before the Bench, at Brighton, under the following peculiar cir cumstances :—Police constable Betts said from information he received he followed the pri soneis and overtook them in Crescent-place. They had in their possession seven cats all alive, and they said they were going to drown | them. Suspecting the cats to nave been ] stolen, he took the prisoners into custody and; brought them to the hall. The c^ts were all produced, but no one claimed them. The • chief officer said he received the charge that ! morning, and asked the prisoners what they .were going to do with them. The elder prisoner said she was going to take them to a j lady named Dear, living at Ivy-cottage, Rottingdean, who gave as much as Is. or Is. 6d. each for them, according to size. There had been a great many cats missing lately, and there was no doubt they were stolen, and he now charged the prisoners with stealing them. An officer be...
LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. WILLIAMSON v. TAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
LOCAL COtJRT—KADESTA Wednesday, Mat 35. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) XmiTED JURISDICTION—CITHi. Williamson v. Tait. Claim for £2 3s, being balance of account for 57 cords of wood, at 13a. An error in the calcu lation was shown on crosB-examination, and judg ment was given for £1 2s 9d. Mr Taylor for defendant. Williams y. Faeeell. Claim, for £6 odd. Mr Taylor for defendant. It was shown that defendant's household had been Buffering from death, sickness, and other causes, and he was ordered to pay 10s per month CSIMUfAJt JVBISIUCTIOX. John Taylor was charged with assaulting John Monroe. Mr Taylor for defendant. Case "dis missed. . ^ '
WRECK OF THE SAN MIGUEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLAROO TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
. WBECK OF THE SAI MIGUEL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WALLABOO TIMES. Sib,—deferring to your report of 13th. instant of particulars concerning wreck of the San Miguel, X beg to inform you that the whole is a ^ tissue of error or falsehood. > In the first place the ship was not abandoned when the Eleanor came into the port, as the whole of the crew remained on board the ship, arid I simply came in to employ labour, and at that time hail no idea when I should abandon her- in the second place, respecting towage of schooners, a portion of this is a gross falsehood- It was I who offered to tow them out for £20 each, but they declined the offer, relying upon a letter* from the two principal consignees to get them free towage. Had these gentlemen engaged a vessel to go and save title cargo, I should no doubt have taken a different course, but as it was not so, I did not feel justified in giving them free towage. So &r from obstructing, I would have been glad to render any asBistanee i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
Late Advertisements. TENDERS will be received until Friday, the 19th, for ERECTION of SHOP and TWO ROOMS in Taylor-street, Kadina. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Wombat Hotel, j 3ST3W GOODS! NEW GOODS! S& L. L. FURNER beg ,to intimate that • they have just opened a New and Splendid Assortment of CHOICE and SEASONABLE GOODS, in DRAPERIES, CLOTHING, &c., &c., which they are offering to the public LOWER than ever. They have also just received a FRESH SUP PLY of FURNITURE of every description, comprising— Chests of Drawers Tables (Loo and Oblong), Dining Tables Washstands, Cedar and American Chairs, Armchairs, Sofas, Lounges Bedsteads, Paliasses, Mattrasses, &c., &c. Parties Furnishing will find this a rare oppor tunity of procuring every requisite in Household Furniture. Kadina. 17 5 31 GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, and EARTHENWARE, at PRICES that DEFY COMPETITION. !• N.B.—GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING MADE j to ORDER on the shortest notice. Eit gu...
LABOUR MARKET. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
LABOUR MAEKET. May 12. ] Miners, 45s ^ week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, Vs ^ diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do ,* Masons, Us to 12s do I/umpers, 8s do. . , - Cartage of q?e from Moonta Mine, per ton of ! 21 cwt., 12s. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mane, 12s. Ditto dittofrom Karkariila Mine, 12s. Cartage of! stores to the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., lis.
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
CANADA. The House in committee had sanctioned the appropriationof 330,000dollars forthe expense of the arrangements on the frontier to prevent raids. It had also appropriated50,OO0 dollars on account of the money refunded to the Federal States in the case of tliie St Alban's raiders. The Upper House of the Canadian Parlia ment.has decided by, 45 to 15 votes m favour
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
MEXICO. It is stated that the garrison of Oajaca, numbering 7000 men, surrendered uncondi tionally to General Bazaine on the 9th of Feb. Diaz attempted to escape, but was arrested and shot. The French troops had annihilated the guerillas commanded by Konjeraand Roga. It was reported that no quarter was given. Romera was shot. According to a despatch from San Francisco, Mazatlan was in a dis turbed condition. Guerilla encounter# were frequent. The Emperor Maximilian has forbidden the issue of clearances from Matamoras for Ameri can ports, and the American consul has been expelled from Matamoras. The reason for his expulsion is said to be the non-recognition of the French and Austrian authorities in Mexico by the Federal States. - It wasreported that the American flag was hauled, down from the Matamoras Consulate by Union parties. 1 Semi-official advices received at "Washington state that Juarez was undisturbed at Chihua hue. Official Juarist journals announce that the French prisoner...
Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865
WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. Est another column we publish a letter from Captain Johjt Gr. Mooee, the master of the San Miguel, in reply to the remarks in Saturday's Times respecting the wreck of his vessel. Captain Mooee uses rather strong language in charac terising the whole of the particulars we published as " a tissue of error or fake hood." We were at some trouble to collect information from sources which we believed likely to be well informed ; and we are disposed still to regard the word of our informants as at least worthy of equal credence with that of Captain Moore. We sfce sorry, for Captain Moose's isake, that he has compelled 11s to write again upon the subject, as we are bound to vindicate the substance ^of what we have written ; and in doing po we fear Captain Mooee's positionwill not beimproved. •Far be it from us to "strike a mian when he is down." We could sympathise; with Captain Mooee, and feel sincere 'sorrow for him under the circumstances, did he himself fed....