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CAPTURE OF WILMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865

CAPTURE OF WILMINGTON. I A dispatch from General Comstofck says :— " Our troops entered Wilmington on the 22nd February. After the evacuation of Fort Anderson, Schofield directed Cox to follow the garrison towards Wilmington, Terry following Hoke on the east side of the river. The latter took up a new line four miles from Wilmington, but being closely pressed by Terry was unable to send troops to the west side. The rebels made a stand behind Town Creek, but on the 21st Cox crossed the troops below thevji on flat boats, attacked their rear, and routed them, taking two guns and 300 prisoners. On the 21st Cox pushed on to Brunswick River, opposite Wilmington, where the fridges were on fire on his arrival. The rebels began burning cotton and resin in the city and left it that night. We captured in Fort Anderson 700 prisoners and 30 guns. Citizens state that the rebels burned 1,000 bales of cotton and 15,000 barrels of resin. The Union feeling showed itself strongly in the city. Terry fo...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865

1MEE I C A. Up to the present writing there is little or nothing from America. Sheridan has defeated Early in the Shenandoah Valley, and made himself master of the district through which the railway to Richmond passes. Sherman was within 40 miles of Raleigh when the last accounts left; but whether he had taken that town, which is a central station, or whether he had diverged-from it to the right or to the left, as is his wont, has riot as yet been ascer tained There would seem, however, to be a general convergence of all the great armies of the Union upon Richmond, where Lee, who appears to be sorely pressed for provisions, as he has only one line of railway open to Mm, has been the object of an internalintrigue to oust' him from the military presidency of the Confederation. The mail now overdue, and hourly expected, will probably bring some decisive intelligence on the subject of the great military movements in progress : until its arrival, speculation is vain.

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865

IRELAND. The trial of the rioters at Belfast com menced some days ago, and is still proceeding, but in the most unsatisfactory manner. In the principal cases the juries have been dis charged without having come to a verdict. In the case of Davidson (a Catholic), charged with the murder of Murdocfc (a Protestant), no verdict was had, and in the case of Laverty (a Protestant), charged with the murder of Gorman (a Catholic), the jury was also dis charged without having come to'a verdict. At a recent sitting of the court, Sir Butt applied for and obtained an attachment against the 'BelfastNews Letter,' in consequence of an. article published in the paper relative to the, juries in the cases of Davidson and Laverty; tried for murder, the jury in both cases dis agreeing. The ' News Letter' iti its article points out the fact that in the case of David son (a Catholic), charged with shooting a Pro testant, nine of the jury were for a conviction and three for acquittal,*the jury being com po...

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INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 17 May 1865

INAUGURATION OF THE PRESIDENT. The inauguration of the President was a humiUatingaffair from one unlooked-for cause. The Vice-President, Andrew Johnson, was hopelessly drunk. He had to make a speech, which is thus reported :— 41 All eyes were turned to Mr Johnson as he started, rather than rose, from bis chair, and with wild gesticulations and shrieks, strangely and weirdly intermingled with audible stage whispers, began to address the brilliant auditory around and above him. Such oratory it was never my fortune to hear before, and I hope never to Hear again. His behaviour was that'.of an illiterate, vulgar, and drunken rowdy, and could it have been displayed before any other legislative assembly in the world, would have led to his arrest by the Sergeant-at-Arms, if not to his ignominious expulsion by the deliberate vote of his insulted colleagues. He had not uttered two sentences when everybody saw that something, was wrong. . * He is drunk,, said one. * He is crazy/ said another.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

Hotels, &e. PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, MOONTA. . WEEKS returns his thanks to the people J3rJL« of Moonta, and strangers visiting the Mines, for the liberal patronage they have aec'orded him, and hopes, by continuing to keep | nothing but the best drinks, to merit a continu- I anee of their favours. N.B.—The best accommodation for travellers; also, good Stabling and Stockyards. M. WEEKS, 1-2-52 Proprietor. HV. MOYLE begs to inform his friends ! • and the public generally, that he has taken the EXCHANG-E HOTEL, Kadina, lately j occupied by Mr Thomas Moyle, and hopes bv strict attention to business, and a supply of the1 best Liquors, to receive a continued share ■ of support. . . . .<• . i N.B.—Good Stabling aud a supply of .water always on hand. H. Y. MOTLE, 4-2-c IT AT) TWA. I E L D R I D G E • (Late Laotjlobd of the ■ Jukction" Hotel JTorth-Boad), i PRDSTCE OF WALES HOTEL, PORT WALLAROO, 8-2-c ! WHITE LION INN, KADIUA. JW. WILSON begs to notify to his friends • in the...

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ROMANTIC ELOPEMENT CUPID VERSUS MARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

ROMANTIC ELOPEMENT CUPID VERSUS MAES. A romantic elopement, which, in the hands of a Bulwer or a Dickens, would furnish the foundation of a novel of the first order, recently took place at a little market town on the borders of Hampshire. The following par ticulars, which have heen obtained from reliable authority, will no doubt prove in teresting :—It appears*that in the town alluded to a young gentleman, closely related to the Royal personage, was placed at a military academy to receive the usual education afforded to cadets. But,Cupid has his camp as: well as Mars, and the milder god absorbed far more of the attention of our young Adonis than the ideal of 4 reputation at the cannon's mouth.' It was not long before he made a practical illustration of the maxim that * love i levels .all distinctions,' and became enamoured j of" a poor but respectable girl who lived in the neighbourhood, who possessed all the graces of rustic beauty, and all the charms of manner usually associated w...

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THE SPEN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

THE SPEN MULDER. At the Durham Assizes, Matthew Atkinson was tried, before Mr Justice Mellor for the wilful murder of /his wife, at Spen, near WOnaton, on the 18th of September. The principal facts of the case must be fresh in the recollection of our readers. The wife was of somewhat intemperate habits, the husband a man .of : ungovernable temper, - accustomed both; when drunk and when: sober to use threats «j and,> violence to hisr wife,, which teir|ified. -the neighbourhood. On the night abpje-mentioned he returned home at 11 oVjlock* and fiiiding that the fire, was out, and nosupperprepared, be began to quarrel with .Hjaiti. ■. doors; but j was pursued, dragged back, and beaten by him lauds,, his. nephews,: who went away :to obtain help. Some neighbours went back with them, but no one: durst enter the house, forAtkinson threatened tO sht>ot ;^J3jd:]0eis heard beatingi withthesitmosfe^ i1 i}ol^ with: aD; inteii^i pf 20 ininotes. during which he went out aad with the neighbou...

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WINDING-UP COMPANIES WITH LESS THAN SEVEN SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

WINDING-UP COMPANIES WITH LESS THAN SEVEN SHAREHOLDERS. An important question was raised in the Court of Stannaries in connection with the winding-up of the Hammett Consols. The petitioner was a shareholder who had been sued by a merchant, in consequence of which she presented a petition tb the Court for an order to wind-up the company under; the Companies Act, 1862. The Yice-Wfixdei* made the usual order to wind-upland also granted an injuction to restrain tne. s^i()n which had been brought, the effect of ^hich would be to stop the proceedingsagsinst her, and to compel the shareholders in the loine t<y beiar their due proportion of the liabUities. When, however, the books of the company came to be investigated by the Registrar of the Court he discovered that there were;iiot. seven shareholders in the mine whenthe Deti tion was presented—that there were only eight shareholders from Sept. 23 to Oct. 20,. 1859, and again from Not. 2 to Dec. 12, 1861, one or two of the origi...

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MURDER IN A HAREM AT CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

MURDER IN A HAREM AT CONSTAN TINOPLE. We read iu the Levant Herald of the 8th:— The house of Ahtaet Effendi, an emyloyer at the Forte, residing at Scutari, has, during the recent Ramazan, been the scene of a sad tragedy. It appears that an Arab slave, pur chased twelve years ago, formed part of the EiTendi's household, and for some lime past has been earnestly entreating the, family to grant his freedom. He so far succeeded as to obtain a promise that he should be set free during the Bairam. The Effendi's wife, while agreeing to this arrangement, proposed to delay the event till summer^ when they could fete his entry into freedom with the same fes tivites that were intended to celebrate her son's marriage, which was then to take place. Sullen and incesed at this delay, the slave took advantage of the absence of his master and the whole of his household, except the hanum and himself, at mosque, to enter the harem, and deliberately strangle his misiress. The cunning savage then hasten...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

KX3POBTS. Cargo of the Lord Nelson, for Swansea—278 \%6m'copper ©re, Moonta TMPirnrig Company. Cargo of the Cynthia, for Port Adelaide—15 tons copper ore, Yelta TVnning Company; 30 do do, New Cornwall Mining Company; 5 do copper, Wallaroo Smelting Compcny.

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THE DAVENPORT BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

THE DAVENPORT BROTHERS. The Davenport Brothers have been singu larly unfortunate in their attempts to give seances at Liverpool, Hull and other places; where the audiences exhibited the utmost impatience at the refusal of the Brothers to be in a certain knot, which they alleged prevented their circulation. This, knot, from which it seems escape is impossible, is said to have been discovered by Mr Sothern, and goes by the name of the " fool's knot." At Liverpool and Hull the indignation of the andiences broke out into open violence, the magic " structure " was smashed, and the Daven ports disappeared in the midst of the fray. But the most complete discomfiture was at Manchester, where two gentlemen, who de clare that they have discovered how the " tricks" are done, gave a seance to 500 people, at which they axe said to have gone through die whole of the strange perfor mances exactly as they are given by the Davenports. II this be really the fact, there is an end to the Davenports. Th...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

lUXSCEISiAOTEibtIS SHIPPING. During the late- gate the schooners Mary Stewart and Cynthia -were lying at Kangaroo Island—the one at American Stiver and the other at Eingeeote. The Cynthia had reached the Althorpes on her way hither, "when on Thursday the tlireatening appearance of the weather induced the master to ran to EIngscote for shelter. The heaviest part of the storm reached that place at about 2 aim. on Friday. It blew furiously, and the blasts were acfiompEuiied with thunder, lightning andrain. Captain Heath states that the > . tide .rose .to .a greater heiglit than it had ever been known by the oldest residents, some of whom had lived in Kingscote for. upwards of thirty years. The gale levelled a large extent of fencing, and . inflicted other damage upon the settler's home steads.

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MR LEONARD EDMUNDS AND LORD BROUGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

! MR LEONARD EDMUNDS AND I LORD BROUGHAM. Mr Leonard Edmunds, whose affairs are now so prominently before the country, is the son of Mr l^munas, who lost his life by an accident during one of the contested elections of Westmoreland. Mr L. Edmunds, who had been taken under the protection of Lord Brougham, for whom his father was profes sionally engaged when he met with the fatal accident alluded to, was appointed by his lordship to the offices originally of Clerk of the Crown and Clerk of the Patents. During the Chancellorship of the late Lord Cotten ham he resigned the office of Clerk of the Crown, and was appointed Beading Clerk at the House of Lords, Lord Cottenhara at the same time appointing his son, the Hon. Mr Pepys, to the vacancy in the Crown-office. In 1852, when the new patent law came into operation, Mr Leonard Edmunds was appoin ted secretary. With reference to the subject matter of the investigation now pending, the Scotsman says:— , " The name of Lord Brougham has been...

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WALLAROO PRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

WALLA3JOO BJRICES CURRENT. Wallaroo, May 16. warar, t>s per Jina. " Ektai^. ' Barley, 6s 6d; oats, 7s j^Tbllard, 2s 2d; bran, - Is lid to 2s ; chaff, 9s to 9s 6d. BB3SAD ASJD FtOUB. Bread, 4£d to €d per 2 Hour. 3d per lb lb loaf 48s per bag .• ■ - BUTCJEBB MEAT. Heef, 3d to 8d per lb .-Pork, 7d to lOd per lb Mutton, 5d to 7dper lb Veal, 7d to lOd per lb liamb, 3s 6d to 4s €d Sausages, 6d per lb per qr • DA3BY PBODUCE. Bacon, 1b Qd per lb Hams, colonial, Is 2d per Biditer, £reshj Os Od lb " Erime Do, salt, Is 6d Do, English, Is 6d t Cheese, colonial, Is per Milk, 8d per quart lb Ducks, 8s per pair Do, English, Is 6d do Fowls, 5s do . Eggs, Is 6d per doz .. .. 3?ISH. . • Oysters, Is per doz Fish, 6d to Is 6d per doz Periwinkles, Is per qt Schnapper, 3d to 2s each Crabs, 6d to Is per doz . VEGETABLES. Cabbages, 5d to8d Onions, 4d per lb I'Ouiarmbei^ ;2d.to:4d Potatoes, 10s per cwt '{Warauoubpoi) French Beans, 4d per Turnips, 6d per bunch - lb ■ :r ■' to i6d . .

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THE AMERICAN DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

THE AMERICAN DEBATE. One night recently there was a famous debate on American affairs—nominally a debate upon the defences of Canada, but really on American affairs generally. The speakers were many; only three or four of them, though, need be noticed here. Mr Seymour Fitzgerald, ex-Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, appropriately opened ' the proceedings. Mr Fitzgerald is a barrister, | but has long since given ud the Bar and gone lin, as is said, for politics. Mr Fitzgerald's speeches are argumentative, acute, clear, with a dash of passion in them when the political atmosphere is electric. But on this occasion there was no passion. The speech was wonderfully moderate. Part of it Mr Fitzgerald had the honour of delivering before the Prince of Wales. His royal highness came in and took his place below the bar, attended by the Duke of St. Albans.— Mr Foster also spoke. There is no man in House who is less careful than Mr Foster of the manner in which his speeches are deliv...

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LABOUR MARKET. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

May 12 . ^Minei8, 4i&S ^' .'week Plasterers, lis to 12s do CsajKfaters, lOs.to lls^ [Labourers, 7s ^ diem - diarn QuarrymeHj % do MieusoiiBj 11b to 12s do liumpers, 8s do Calrtage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of Mine, 12s. . Dittoditto from KarksrfliR, Mine, 12s. C&bage jjf stores to the above mines, per ion of 2Q$wt., 1Is." * " ~

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LIFE AND LOVE IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

LIFE AND LOVE IN NEW YORK. A SEXTON SHOOTS THlf SEDUCER OF HIS WIFE. • On Sunday morning, about one o'clock, a shooting affair occurred in Greenpoint, under peculiar and painful circumstances. It occcur red at a groceiy store at the corner of Eagle* Street and Union Avenue, the assailant being James Hill, sexton of the Church of the Ascension (Episcopal), near that place, of which the Kev. Mr Mansfield is rector. The party injured is a German, Henry Jurgen, who kept the grocery store in which the affair occurred. Both had previously been esteemed as quiet, orderly citizens, and were well known in the vicinity. It appears from the state ment made by the parties coversant with the affair that the cause was an alleged improper intimacy between Jurgen and the wife of Hill. It is stated that some years since Jurgen—who is about twenty-three years age—set up in the grocery business at the place where the affair occurred, and which is adjoining the residence of Mr HilL Mrs HiU is a fair lo...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

BUILDIM MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 16. ] - JiETAJX. Deals, 9x3 0 0 7 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 Of Ditto, 11x 3, solid ... 0 0 8| Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 '© Of Battens, 7 x 3, solid ... 0 0 5 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... .0 0 0£ Gedar Board, per foot super ' 0 0 7, Flooring Boards, T & ft, 6 x 1 0 0 2f Stringy Bark, 3x2, lid, per 100 . ... ... ... 0 10 0 Ditto, 4x3 0 18 0 Ditto, 6x1, Hd ... 0 12 0 Ditto, 6x6 0 18 0 Ditto, 9 x 9 ... ... — Palings, 5 feet, Launceston 14 0 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 12 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

Auctioneere^Laiid Agents, &c. -pMTONEY TO IS5ND.—PEOPEETY brought JJrJL ; iimder- & Transfers, Mortgages, Xeases, and other docu-' mentsdiatraup. GBULRLESE., v . ;; IAcensed Land Broker. <^ime^tPiBet land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c j ~mn o e s . a -■ ii eJ KUIiPARA.—SECTIONS No. 20 and 21, toge ther 215 Acres, situated not for - from Brown's Public-house. ; ; Terms easy. Apply to ' CHAELES E. TIDEMANff, r Auctioneer. Crarxie-6treet Land Office, Adelaide. 124 c , FOB SALE, ON lOIG CREDIT. . A LLOTMENTS—KADINA: A. Nob. 32,43, 47, 64, 57, 67, and 237 Apply to CHARLES TIDEMANN, Licensed Land Broker. Currie-efcreefc, Adelaide. A LLOTMENTS for SALE Jin the TOWN JjL SHIPS of MOONTA, EADfNA, "PORT HUGHES, . aud WALLAHOO, CLINTON. CHARLES E. TIDEMANN, Land Agent. -Carrie-sfcreefc land Office, Adelaide. 12 4 c L FEED F R A N C E, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, WALLAROO. 1-2-c Jj A N I EL THOMAS, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMIS SION AGENT, _ KADINA. I-2-c Gt. T Y D B ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

SHIPPING NEWS. .ABBj. v jj]?» Wednesday, May 17—Cynthia, schooner, 68 tons, Master, from Port Adelaide. H. D. Oouge, agent. • '•' * Same ^j---Mary Stewart, schooner, 65 tons, M'Donald, master, from Port Adelaide; H. D. | Gouge, Isgent. j 3Tiiday,'May 19—Lubra, s.s., 250 tons, M'Coy,; master, fiom Port Augusta. - Same day—Omeo, schooner, 40 tons, H. "Wells, master, from Port Adelaide.

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