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

Skipping. STEAM" TO POET WALLAROO AND PORT AUGUSTA. H E Screw - Steamship ROYAL SHEPHERD, IL "W^abPj Commander, Will leare. Port Adelaide, for Port Wallaroo and Port Augusta, on SATURDAY, May 20. The ROYAL SHEPHERD will, on lier return «£p, leave Port Augusta, for Wallaroo and Port Adelaide, on THURSDAY, May 25. X B. AUSTIN", Agent, 1 4'd Port Wallaroo. OR WALI/AROO. — The fast-sailing and favourite schooner : ' • ECLIPSE, ■ having nearly all her cargo engaged, mil have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to : DAVID BOWER, Agent, Wallaroo ; JOB® YEO ; or to OOBjBEST LAMB. Conveyances. RAILWAY TRUCKS. ALTBEATIQN OF TIME. iN and after MOWDJlYj the 22nd instant, the Fasg^Qger. Gpruck Will-run gs follows during tlie Wiiiter - MoiitHs :— ^ '{ ' liBA.YlEiT^hf>mJL vfj. Sundays. Week Days. Sundays. Week I)ays!^ 9 a.m. 8.15 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. J IPX 1.0 P.m. 2 p.m. -3P4 1 Swi. 5.0 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 P.ik Except on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Evenings, when it leaves Kadina on ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

IMPOSTS. Cargo of the Cynthia, from Port Adelaide—20 . bushels barley, 2 tons chaff, Yelta Mining Com pany ; 1 bale, Smelting Works; 40 half-barrels powder. Wallaroo Mines ; 5000 orebags, Moonta Mining Co.'; 15 bags potatoes, 10 pigs sundries, De Garis; 30 bags sugar, 4 bales hay, Nankervis ; 90 bags chaff, 50 do flour, Stacey; 5 pkgs, S. Hossifcer; 6 do, Birks; 1 ton sugar, 1 machine, W. J. Parker; 20 pkgs machinery, 72 bundles orebags, 40 half-barrels powder, 95 bundles iron, and sundries, Karkarilla Mine ; 31 pkgs, James ; 15 bags barley, 5 do wheat, 36 do bran, Axford; 43 pkgs sundries, W. Thomas; 1 bale, Winnall; 2 pkgs, Underwood; 1 cask, Evers; 17 pkgs, Scarfe and Burden;16bags potatoes, 50 pkgs,P. Sharp; 3 do, Whitford ; 32 do, Messeiit; 10 bags! ' .flour, 15 pigs, Brock ; 70 do, Dickenson and; Berriman; 6 do, Sparkman; 36 do, Grant; 14 ; do, Secombe; 28 do, Melvin; 25 deals, 50 bundles laibs, Bower; 45 pkgs, JFurner; 25 do, Martin; 1 case, Dr Meredith; 5 hhds ale, Gouge; 1 ...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

CLEARED. 1 Friday, May 19—Xiord Nelson, barque, 247 tons, Boisse, master,,for Swansea. Same day—Cynthia, schooner, Heath, master, for Eorfc Adelaide. _ . ■

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MOONTA. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

MOO NT A. (FBOM OUE OWN COEEESPONDENT.) Mav IS. , t0 I need not here dilate on the late boisterous weather further than to say that the mishaps were but few during the storm; a stray chim ney or two not built on the' most approved principles of architecture suffered; more or lesson the occasion, and the roof of a small tenement tried its aeronautic powers, but the centre of gravity beiiig too strong lorjija ascending forcg^ iT^j^cended with a great clatter, nothing the worse for its essay. The Moonta Volunteers, numbering near sixty, under Drillrlnstructor Mortimer, are preparing to take the " shine" out of your Wallaroo and Kadina corps, though behind those companies in enrolment. ' They are endeavouring by frequent drills to get forward as fast as possible. Since Mr Shepherdeon was here to enrol, a number of men have joined, and it is fully expected the company will soon be 100 strong: The officers of the company are as followsCaptain, Luke Furner; 1st Lieutenant, G. Furner; 2nd L...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Friday, 6.47 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

(FJBOM OIJB OWK OOBRESPONDENT.) Adelaide, Eridayj 6.4jT pin.::. Three thousand pounds are down on the Estimates as; a preliminary vote for tanks, &c., at Wallaroo. Also, £1000 preliminary vote for Court House at Wallaroo, and £2000 for Wal laroo Gaol. " •< An old eolonislkaiamed Paradise, and Lewis Lewin, of Magill, have botb been killed by an aceidenfc The Kadina and Wallaroo Kailway and Pier Company have declared another dividend of £25 per share. ... - (From tjjie^Aivertiser.J NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 15. Oil Saturday four constables encoun tered Dunn and Gilbert near Bungalong. rhey shot Gilbert dead, tlie ball passing through his heart. His rifle missed fire three times. He was taken to the lock lip at Biingalong, where an inquest was lield to-day, and a verdict of justifiable homicide returned- by the jury, who greatly praised t^. courage and efficiency of the police. • Dunn escaped on foot after a sharp pursuit. After the encounter he stuck up a station...

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THE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH. Moonta, May 18, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

THE EPISCOPALIAN CHUKCH. (fbom a. correspondent.) . : Moonta, May 18, 1865. j The slowness and apathy, and the absence of that energy and activity among members of the Church of England, which characterise the various j denominational bodies that have sprung up in; modern days, are the frequent subjects of remark both in public and private; and have recently j been referred to in this district.. .And, while admitting that there is much truth in the charges brought against the members, of the 'Church in! this reBpect, in Hie present day, the fact must not be forgotten that the path marked out by thej Church for her children to walk in, is <jne in which ' all that is required of them is a firm belief in her doctrine, carried out inpractice, and embodied in a calm consistent .life ^adorned with good works ; done xn secret, or manifested if the occasion de maaiditfbr the gloiy of God. Christ's life on ealth is thegreat example which the Church sets, before her members and whi...

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

MESTINGL The working of the Matta Mine is sus pended for the present in consequence of the large influx of water. We have-no doubt when the large drain is completed,;~an effort will be again made to fork the water in the mine. When the surface water is got rid of there will be a better chancc of pumping out the mine. The lode in the Moonta Mine mentioned in a. previous number is in close proximity to Blanche's shaft, near the township. The ore, of course, being of so high a percentage, is red oxide and rich grey, mixed with malleable copper. It is believed that copper lodes will yet be found under the township of-Mooiita, as indications have been seeti during the sinking of the numerous tanks that have lat.plv heen made. . The lode recently cut at the Yelta nortb of 3?o-: 7, or Tuxford's shaft, is looking very promising. There are some fine piles of ore at grass, raised from Hancock's shaft, and everything on the mine is in a satisfactory portion. Very good progress is being made at...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held at the Wombat Hotel, Kadina, on Monday, 15th instant, before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., and a respectable jury of thirteen, to enquire as to the origin of a fire by which the house of Robert Palmer was destroyed on 11th May. After the jury were sworn, they viewed the site of the late fire, after which the following evidence was:taken:— Henry Cavill said—On Thursday night a meeting was to take place at the Wombat Hotel, about half-past 8. I left my house to attend it. As I came up to Mr R. Graham's corner I meet Mr Bails, who was also pro ceeding to the meeting. 'When we arrived opposite Mr Palmer's house we saw a great light there. We went and tried the door, but it was fast. Tninking the place was on fire, we pushed the door two or three times, but did not break it in. Looked round the corner and saw the flame coming out from the bottom \ of the paling. It was a paling house. Where thie flame was coming out there was a hole about eisht inches sq...

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LOCAL COURT—KADINA WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.M.) LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL. ScARFE & BURDEN V. JOHN FARRELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

LOCAL COUBT—KADINA Wednesday, Mat 3 7 (Before J. B. Shepherdson, Esq., S.m.) limited jurisdiction-—ciyu.. ScAEFE & BtJEDEN V. JOHN FaEEELL. ' Mr Taylor appeared for defendant. . Claim for £5 13s lid. This was a summons on an unsatis fied judgment; and the defendant's advocate pleaded death and sickness in defendant's house as a reason why his Worship should deal merci fully with him. Ordered to pay 10s per month. Same t. Geobge Lewis. This was a' like summons, being a claim for £7 3s 7d. Ordered to jjay 10s per month for three months, and afterwards £1 per month. . Stephen Dogbt r. Jastes Andebson". This was a like summons, being a claim for £1*7 ids. This case was settled out of Oourt. CBOCINAI, JUEISDICTION. MAJTCIiAUKE "V. AiEXAITDBB TTtt.T, The prisoner was charged with drunkenness and using obscene language, for which he was fined in the sum of 5s.*

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

Late Advertisements. AS ETON'S ROYAL ANGLO-SAXON CIRCUS. IMMENSE ATTRACTION!! UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS !!! THIS Star Company of Unrivalled Eques trians and Inimitable Acrobats will play as follows :— At EADINA—SATURDAY and MONDAY, 20th and 22nd May. At WALLAROO BAY—On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, 23rd, 24th, and 25th May. At MOONTA—On FRIDAY and SATUR DAY, 26th and 27th May. There will be a splendid Brass Band in attend ance. Usher always in waiting to see parties comfortably seated. N.B.—Come and see Mr Ashton?s Wonderful Performing Horse, Black Eagle- Come and see the Aboriginal Brothers. Come one, come all to see the great 3J. P. Stephens, in his Thrilling Feat of the Double Somersault. • pome and see the gifted Child of the Arena; Miss Elate Ashton. Come and see Mr Ashton, the Star Bare-backed Eider of the World, in his Dashing Feats without Saddle, Bridle, or Sursingle. - HARRY • CO W US, the Merry Clown, will appear nightly, with a choice Budget of Wit, and some of the most ...

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MAIL, NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

MATT, NOTICES. Mails close— WAXLAJaOO. For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thurs day, at 10 p.m. For XacLuia and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. KADUTA. 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.

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A SELF-ACCUSED BIGAMIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

A SELF-ACCUSED BIGAMIST. A most extraordinary case has been tried at Maidstone Assizes. A woman named Acford sued Lord Huntingtower for .£15, one quarterns allowance to her under a deed by which she was promised an annuity by the defendant, in consideration ofpast co habitation. To the action Lord Hunting tower pleaded that the plaintiff was iiis wife, and further that, contrary to the stipulations of the deed, she , had molested Min. To prove her case the plaintiff was put into the box, and swore that she had lived for many -years in Scotland with Lord Huntingtower, and had passed for his wife and believed herself to be his wife. In 1848, however, the deed of separation was executed, and Lord Hunt ingtower, married another lady. The plain tiff said she had had five children- by the defendant, the last being born in 1863. The Lord; Chief Baron expressed great surprise at this evidence, and thought the plaintiff had proved a marriage according to the law of Scotland. If it were true,...

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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 20 May 1865

UMarira CiiM. WALLAROO, SATURDAY, MAY 20. Mb Kigby, of Adelaide, lias sent us a pamphlet entitled " Annexation: a Ques tion for Soutli Australia and Victoria. By some Residents in tlie South-Eastern District." The avowed object of the! authors of this work is to procure the annexation to Victoria of the South Eastern district of South Australia. The i arguments adduced in support of the annexation are that the district is in cluded within the natural boundary of Victoria; that its inhabitants have to pay taxes to the G-overnments of both colo nies ; that they "have no roads nor im provements; that they have no returns for their capital, no labour from tlie Land Fund, insufficient police protection, no security for life or property, no proper administration of justice, no representa tion and no sympathy from the city which they are obliged to regard as their capital. ; This really is a shocking state of affairs, and such a one as would hardly be looked for under any the most abandone...

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

THE COL#SO CASE. have given judgment in this case. The lords present were the Lord Chancellor, Lord Kings down,' Lord? Cranworth, the; Master of the Rolls, and Dr. Lushington. The facts of this case have already been published. It appears that the Bishop xif Natal had been summoned to appear before the Bishop of Cape Town, as 'metropolitan of the church in Africa, to answer; charges of heresy. He protested and did not I appear. The tribunal, however, found him guilty, and sentenced him to be deprived of his see. He appealed to the Privy Council,! on the ground that the Bishop of Cape Town had no authority to deal with his case. The Bishop of Cape Town, on the other hand, urged that if there'was any power of appeal it was not to the Privy Council but to the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Lord Chancellor has now delivered the judgment of the Council. It is wholly in favour of Bishop Colenso, and is shortly to this effect, that, although the Bishop of Cape Town has no authority at all o...

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

BERTH. Shabp.—On the 19th May, at Wallaroo, Mrs P. Sharp, of a son.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

MINING. The, mines continue to yield ore in large quantities, and of excellent quality; and dis coveries of new and rich lodes are of frequent occurrence. The mining district^ taking it altogether, was never in-so prosperous a con dition as at present. During the past month there has been shipped from Wallaroo 235 tons copper, and 4071 tons copper ore,—of which 278 were from the Moonta; 44& from Karkarilla; 42 from New Cornwall, and 43 from the Yelta. The lode in the Moonta Mine mentioned in a previous number is in close proximity to Blanche's shaft, near the township. The ore, of course, being of so high a percentage, is red oxide and rich grey, mixed with malleable copper. It is believed that copper lodes will yet be found under the township of Moonta, as indications have fyeen seen during the sinking of the numerous tanks that have lately been made. The lode recently cut at the Yelta north of No. 7, or Tuxford's shaft, is lcoking very promising. There are some fine piles ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

AGRICULTURAL. The work of surveying land in the dis trict, in blocks of about 80 acres, is still progressing. Several sections have been sold at the Government Land Sales, and others will be shortly offered for competi tion. Families have settled upon most of the purchased sections, and are rapidly bringing tjiem under cultivation. Most of the land hitherto sold is situate on or near Green's Plains, The rainfall in that quarter has. recently been abundant, so that in this respect the farming ope rations have liad a favourable commence ment. To whit extent the Government intend proceeding with the survey of fad for agricultural purposes, we are unable tp say. It is* earnestly to be desired that such surveys may be extended throughout the Peninsula. Although portions - of the land are stony, scrubby, | and sterile, yet a large extent of it is fit for tillage and iB admirably adapted for l^eyiously to the discovery of the Wal- i laroo Mines the Peninsula, in relation to tlie other part...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

POLITICAL. Politics during the past month have not excited much attention beyond the sphere of those who, from their position, are especially concerned in the manage-, ment of the business of the country. In j the House of Assembly several Bills have i been introduced, and various subjects! , have undergone discussion, Mr C. Groode i has carried a motion for the appointment, of a Select Committee to inquire into the j I working of the present system of selling J I Crown Lands, and to report as the expe diency of altering it. One great reason for his bringing the motion forward was that the area of agricultural land in the colony was of comparatively limited extent, and it was a question for consideration whether it was wise to alienate so large a portion of land as was in course, qf | alienation to the squatters, without refe rence to the necessities of the agricultural interest, the importance of which waist far superior to the squatting interest.; |He was not prepared to say wheth...

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SUMMARY FOR THE MAY MAIL. WALLAROO TIMES Office, Tuesday, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

SUMMARY FOR THE MAY MAIL. n Waliaboo Times Office, Tuesday, May 23. Our Summary for the outgoing mail is more satisfactory than the last, which also, as to the news it contained, was an improvement on that of the preceding, month. With one exception our Mines are more prospereus than ever; business generally is in a healthy state; our popu- j lation is fast increasing, and work is j plentiful and wages good. j

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Adelaide, Tuesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

(ebom odb owh coerespondent.) Adelaide, luesaay, / p.m. Nothing particular has been transacted in; Parliament to-day. * j Mi\ Abbott, the architect, has been in structed to Report upon the state of the i pnbHc buildings of Port Adelaide. * ;i The new rlauid selection scheme in Victoria is proceeding: satisfactorily; over. SOOOacres have been selected. News from New Zealand state ihat Kereopa, tlie murderer of the Key. Mr Vblkrier, is at Otikild. . The Waikato camp^gn is to be aban ^dbned. , The Pai Marire fanaticism of the natives, is spreading.

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