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

Medical 1~|- Q L L O W A Y'S PILLS ALL DISORDERS AFFECTING THE LIVES, STOMACH AND BOWELS. These Pills can be confidently recommended as the most simple and certain remedy for indi gestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic, con stipation, and «ll the many maladies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. In all diseases it is of primary importance to set the stomach right. These Pills, are purifiers, altera tives, and strengthened of the stomach. They may betaken under any.circumstances. Though powerfully tonic, and satisfactorily aptrient, they axe mild in their operation, and beneficial to the whole system. . WEAKNESS AND debibity, NERVOUS IRRITABILITY. . The wholesome effect exercised by these admirable Pills over the blood and fluids generally is like a charm in dispelling low spirits, and restoring cheer fulness. Their general aperient qualities well fit them for a domestic medicine, particularly for females of all ages and periods of life. They never betray any disagre...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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A CLERICAL SMUGGLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

A CLERICAL SMUGGLER. A letter from Rome says —" Mgr. de Ville has just been condemned to exile. He was private Chamberlain of thie Pope, and, as sucfa, was one • of the privileged few whos§ position was in the ante-chamber of St. Peter, and who assisted the Pope on ceremoiiiai occasions. Mgr. de Yille is a Neapolitan by birth, though sprung from a, French family. On his return 'frbj^Naples to Rome, very recently, his .baggage was seized - at the Pontifical Customs. The prelate protested against the seizure, which he allegedwas unjust, and threatened an actioin aga£$st the Minister of Commerce. The seizure, com plained of referred to spine pictures, Theu trial did not end iri favpur of Mgr. de* Ville,, and he was unable tb obtain any satisfaction. Then,1 calling his origin to mind, the Chamber lain addressed himself to the Ambassador of France, arid claimed his protection. Thereupon the Ambassador sent a note to Cardinal Antonelli, who presented it to the Pope. -Pius IX; wrote on the...

Publication Title: Wallaroo Times And Mining Journal, The
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Wallaroo Times. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24. j The stoppage of a mine like the Matta, which promised such great results, and . was started under such favourable auspices, is unfortu nate. It is very discouraging, after opening a mine and raising some thousands of pounds' worth of ore, to expend several thousands in machinery, &c., apparently to no purpose. More especially as there was not, nor is there, we believe, any appearance of the mine being worked out. As far as it is possible to ascer tain there were still in the mine good lodes containing large quantities of ore, but it cannot-be worked in consequence of the influx of water. The simple reason for the stoppage of the mine is that the powerful new engine of 60-inch cylinder could not keep the water at the 30-fafhom level. "Hie engine • raised upwards of 1000 gallons per minute, but still the water gained on it. We have before expressed the opinion that the water being allowed to remain on the surface Hear the mine, found its way back...

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. .At the South wark Police-court, on Monday, James Dickson was charged with attempting to murder Bosanna Huntington, by -striking her on the head with a poker. The prosecutrix, whose head was bandaged up and who appeared in a very weak state, said she lived with the prisoner at 36, Sutton street, York-road, Lambeth. On Saturday night, between 7 and 8 o'clock, she came home, and in passing through her landlady's room she was asked to take a glass of spirits. While doing so the prisoner entered the room, and without saying a word knocked her down and kicked her. She got up and told him she should leave him t at night for his ill-usage, and was about to quit the house when he called her into their own room. The landlady accompanied her, and as soon as they entered he shut the door and locked it. He then seized her and asked her to remain with him, and on her refusal he took up the poker and said he would murder her. The witness as well as the landlady screa...

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EXTRACTING SILVER FROM LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

EXTRACTING SILVER FROM LEAD. An invention has been provisionally specified by Don F. M. Millan del Real, of Bordeaux, the object of which is improvements in extract ing silver from lead. For this purpose lead from which the silver is desired to be extracted is run from the reverberatory furnace into a heating pan, under which a strong fire has been previously made, that no cooling of the lead may take place, but that its temperature may be raised in a short time. The surface of the lead is then skimmed, after which he introduces aboiit one part by weight of carbonate of ammonia to every 100,000 part by weight of lead contained in the heating pan: the carbonate of ammonia is introduced by means of a covered ladle perforated with small holes. This instrument, with the carbonate of ammonia therein, is stirred about in the lead for about five minutes, and re-inserted, charged with one part of sea salt to 10,000 parts of lead. This is stirred in for ten minutes, the quantity of sea-salt ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

BISTHi ■ .'p,^ Shabp.—On the 19thMay, at Wallarod, Mrs P» Sharp, of a son. . : . M* ABiBmD. DATSON—Maniy.—Qn Saturday, the 20th May, at the Moonta Mines Wesleyan GhapeL, .by the Ber.G. Colwell, Mr Kiehard Datson, to Miss, Maiy AnnManly, both of Moonta., Baiph—Reed.—On Saturday, the 2CK2i Sfiay, at•; the Moonta Mines Wesleyan -Chapel, Ijy the SeTi C. Oolwell, Mr W lUiam James Baljpn, to Miss Mary Ann Seed, both cf Moonta. • Nora.—On the 11th. May, at .Iris residence,: ; ICadina, MrJohn jPfott, aged59 years. * >; Maddebw.^-Om the 23rd May, at Wtihynoo; ; Mary AVirij f^nrtvh daughter of WiUitim and Eliza Maddern, ^^^^^ ... j-t-t " ' •'-Tjtt-gf? &3jBB3Srsfe^*"~ and a palm reliance on ^ _ _7

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THE YANKEE THIEF AND THE WOODEN LEG. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

! THE YANKEE THIEF AND THE WOODEN LEG. The cleverest convict I ever knew was a Yankee, as people call the inhabitants of the Northen States of America. His line was that of the cracksman or burglar, and he came to us with the reputation of having broken into more houses and out of more prisons than any other man alive. Of course, he was rather a heavy job to have in hand, and gave us all a good deal of anxiety. He said if he got good tools he could make a guinea a day for the prison, by working at fine cabinet-making; but, of course, the authorities would not trust tools in theiiands of so famous a prison-breaker. He was a thin, poor looking creature, with a wliite face and small features, that would be called very delicate, and yet somehow it was not a . gentleman's face nor a, scholar's. His eye was about the brightest I ever saw, and yet it was not pleasant to look on, like a. bright eye in general; perhaps this was because its brightness always came out by the side, as it were, ...

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

SCOTLAND. The Edinburgh Cowrant says:—"We are happy to hear that the south window of our venerable Parliament House is to be replaced by a new-one. - The present window is wholly unworthy of the building, and it is high time that it should give way to a successor in keeping with the structure, and illustrating the history of the College of Justice. Hie j subject proposed, we learn, to be pictorially delineated in the new window is highly appro priate—the opening of the college itself, which as everybody knows, was constituted in 1532 by King James V. Further, we understand, in the arrangement of the figures, the studies for the costumes of the period, and so forth, the authorities have sought, and received the aid of the best and most skilled of Scottish archaeologists. The council* of Trinity... College, Glen almond, has just received the munificent gift of £1000, which had previously been a loan from the Rierht Rev: Dr. Trnwer. who was i consecrated Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway ...

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

Late Advertisements. ASHTON'S ROYAL ANGLO-SAXON CIRCUS. TO tttb: EDITOE OF ttte WAHiABOO TIMES. SIR,—Allow me, through the medium of your journal, to address a line to those soi disant evangelists who fancy they have a right to employ all manner of unjust means to compass what they deem the interests of religion. Last Sunday, at' Kadina, a certain clergyman of small notoriety, whose principal fame depends on his slight acquaintance with the New Zealand war, thought well to wield the power with which his Church arms him against the company of the Anglo-Saxon Circus, warning every listener against visiting the Circus. Now, Sir, I am happy to be in a position to state that the insinuations of the clergyman in question, instead of injuring the interests of Mr Ashton, produced rather an opposite effect, for large numbers of respectable people did visit the Circus, and instead of finding it a contaminating, disreputable place (as Mr Ironside would have it), they found an enter- j tainment...

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

NEW ZEALAND. " Punch1' in Cajjtekbhrt.—Amongst our files by the s.s: Queen we have received a ; copy of a new publication, that ha9 taken the name of the parent of Charivaris, Punch, and ■ chosen for its habitation the capital ofthepro vince of Canterbury. The copy that has reached us consists of four pages, one of which - (the title-page) contains a design representing the ever-memorable Punch and his dog Toby, the whole being surrounded by various alicgori- \ cal designs of matters of local interest; next , follow two pages of reading matter, opening ? with a conversational preface, inwhichthe converters are Mr Punch and Mr Card well, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, andthe subjcct of conversational things in general^ and the transcendant abilites of the former gentler man in particular. The fourth page is taken '; up with a lithographed picture of some-of' notabilites of the Province in fancy chapters, ' the likenesses being very well adhered to. j The publication is but ...

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

MATT, NOTICES. Mails close— WAIiLAEOO. . x For Adelaide, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Tkurs :'day, at 10 p.m. !. For ICadina and Moonta, every day, at 8 a.m. -r KADINA. ; .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. V • ' - MOONTA. • /iW Adelaide, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. For Kadina and Wallaroo, every day (Sundaye excepted), at 3.30 p.m.

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THE PAT MARIRE SUPERSTITION. (From the Taranaki Herald, April 8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

THE PAT MASIRE SUPEESTITIOIS (From -• the Tarandki HeraM^ April 8.y~ - ! ft is hardily possible, at the present^ : to take up a .newspaper in ^any or some mention of the doings of the Pai Marire natives, but ho one takes the trou|>l£ to tell iis what the thing signified by** words really is. We have pat down-a '"few particulars concerning this strange^ pheno menon from information^ supplied by profes? * sors of the faith ^rho have come «ver^OD|^^ enemy, as at l^kitiikipapa, are still gii>Bh|pi :j^%it€sVj;-t _ r "m fitgtC Butfcefore speaking of the man i«* will be convenient to refer briefly to the Teligious state of the Maoris before the intro •duction: of Christianity. 'Their religion, or rather that winch among theui wais most; -analogous to religion, was prompted by fear: or/the lowest self-interest—the chief , object it aimed at was to avert some threatened evil, and the chief part of their so-called prayer" was therefore, properly deprecation. To them the unseen world was...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 23. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

BUILDING MATERIALS. Wallaroo, May 23. Retail. Deals, 9 x3 ... ... 0 0 Ditto, sawn, extra each cut 0 0 Ditto, 11 x3, solid ... 0 0 Ditto, ditto, sawn each cut 0 0 Battens, 7x3, solid ... 0 0 Ditto, ditto, each cut ... 00 Cedar Board, per foot super 0 0 Mooring Boards, T & G-, 6 x 1 0 0 Stringy Bark, 3 x 2, lid, per 100 ... 0 10 Ditto, 4x3 ... 0 18 Ditto, 6 x 1, l^d ... 0 12 Ditto, 6 x 6 ... ... 0 18 Ditto, 9x9 ... ... — Palings, 5 feet, Launceston 1 4 Ditto, ditto, Hobarton 1 2 Laths, 3 feet, 1000 ... 1 0 Ditto, 3 feet 6, ditto ... 1 5 Cement—Portland ... 1 10 Soman ... 1 0 Bbicks, at the kiln ... 3 5 Cob.hugated Ibon, f*" cwt, 33s tc^40s Zinc, I*- cwt, 40s lime, per bushel, 6d to 8d. 7 Oh 8k 0| 5 0k 7 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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THE LIFE OF CAESAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

THE LIFE OF C2ESAR. ■v j ] \ {(From the Home News.) The first volume of the English translation of the ■' Ca^," is before jis-,; &'■. handsome andosubs^nti^ ^book. ; A <sareful and elaborate outline of Roman histoi^jbjefG^ > Cassar, beginning in thetime ;of I the lungs,; occupies yj$iore "than halfira^ume^ rest is appropriated to Gsesar from his4>irth down to his Consulship with Bibuliis. Such a narrative possesses peculiar interest from the hand of one who for upwards of eighteen years has been himself making, and living history and who, by his position, looks at all hi^M'qii^oiiffSm a point of view which no other -fair tprian, except, perhaps, Julius Casar himself, ever occupied. When an Effiperotyhis throne by the force of character, comes to write of another JBmperor, who as himself sprung from the plebeian order, notwithstanding that he had the weakness to boast of being descended from Venus, we may look for new lights and striking criticisms. And whoev...

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

sTE^nr <ro^om t&mo am& : ' f PQB3? AijteSl^A. :■•• Sci^eir-"Steamship ROYAl/ SHEPHERD, ; ' 1 ^ * ym Wiisb, jComniaiider, W31 Port Adelaide, .for Port Wallaroo and Port Augixs^a, on* ' ' ^ f ~ \ £f TUB^A%' "flLtLj go; T^j P1*- &er retail Boit 44gaS&£ on * j ;:;. TjBHJiBS35Af$^ -<>:- ;• „ r ;^univ^U^U:r <:*[{ . l:a; iWW/'h'ij /.' '^W^V:;';:. :•■ ;^:;v.:Agent,::':.;.: ; -;, ^;;;,.v:? ■ .■..•:.• • > ; ;■ 3SIP IX) ADELAIDE: ~¥>&OTSEVELI/S weH-liorsed and! comfort At> able ■ffiaHaroo CbacK leaves /jg&dina on" Monday^^W^t^dflys, am., arriving »t;SaJisbiury in •' time fot the last train to A-delaide $ acnd .leaves Salisbiai^ the' same, days for Kadinaon arrival of fbst traan from Adelaide, l&e -eadest and cheapest line, and no sea sick MOS1? PLEASANT AND EXPSDrfiduS -tS6- ^d£Las3e:v ' ry«^<ka£OTleii^ EADMA fo* CLINTON A1- i^b: 7-i'.^;«vei^':^iJESDA:T and FRIDAY,; meetmgifche Splmd...

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A ROMANTIC COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

A ROMANTIC COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. Some time ago the mate of a Sunderland vessel, while at a Chinese port, fell ill of fever, and subsequently died. An Englishman and his Mife, living in the land of "bar barians," were kind to the dying man, and in his last moments strove by their attentions to ease as far as they could his passage from this troublesome world. The kindness shown to the suffering seaman came to the knowledge of his widow in Sunderland, and she, in a letter to the Englishman and his wife, thanked them for what they had done, and begged they would, in return, send her their cartes as a rememberance of the.debt she owed them. After the lapse of some months, she received an answer from the Celestial Empire, from the Englishman, in which he conveyed the melancholy intelligence that shortly after the departure of the vessel to which the mate belonged he had the misfortune to lose his wife, who nowlay interred by the side of his friend, the husband of the woman to whom he w...

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

PARISIAN MORALS. Another great subject of gossip in Paris just now is La Theresa. New shops are de signated " a la Theresa," and her songs pla-, card the walls. Theresa is a "woman famous for singing gaillard songs at one of the " cafes chantants " near the Boulevard Beaumarchais, sbngs of the kind to which Colonel Newcome took such honourable objection. She is not pretty, but remarkable for that kind of impudence which, if it were innocent, might be called piquancy. Now there is a certain Due de Galiera and his wife living in the Fauborurg St. Germains. His creation as Due is very modern, and he as well as his wife are Genoese by descent. But they recehe and are received by the u upper ten thousand " of Paris, they are very wealthy, and their house is usually accounted pleasant. About a fortnight ago they gave a musical party. Some two hundred and fifty married people were invited, and about ten young ladies. More than fifty were not requested to accompany their fathers and mothers...

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TERRIBLE SERIES OF MURDERS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

TERRIBLE SERIES OF MURDERS IN FRANCE. The village of Favril, in the department of the $Tord, and near the Belgian frontier, has been the scene of a drama as terrible as mysterious. Little more is, indeed, known than that five persons were assassinated on the evening of Friday last, in a house called the "Old Farm;" that a sixth was nearly added to the list , of victims, and that the murderer or murderess escaped without detection. The deed was committed during twilight, and was not discovered till some time afterwards. The only one of the six victims retaining any" signs of life was the wife of the householder, a woman named Largilliere, but her lower jaw was fractured in three places by a hatchet, which instrument alone appeared to have been used throughout the butchery. The greatest consternation prevails in the vicinity of the crime, the more espe cially as the place is very populous* and the houre is situated opposite to an alehouse, which was hlled with people at the time when ...

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LABOUR MARKET. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

LABOUR MARKET. May 23. Miners, 45s week Plasterers, lis to 12s do Carpenters, 10s to lis ^ Labourers, 7s diem diem Quarrymen, 8s do j Masons, lis to 12s do Lumpers, 8s do Cartage of ore from Moonta Mine, per ton of; 21 cwt., 12s. Ditto ditto from Yelta Mine, 12s. Ditto ditto from Karkarilla Mine, 12s. Cartage of stores to the above mines, per ton of 20 cwt., lis.

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TRICKS UPON TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal — 24 May 1865

TRICKS UPON TRAVELLERS. The occupants of a second class carriage, journeying on the Midland Railway one day last week, received at a certain station an addition to their number in the shape of a comfortable looking countrywoman, carrying in her arms a bundle which, after seating herself, she partly rested upon the knees of the" opposite traveller, a sour-visaged old gentleman, who resented the liberty by exclaiming, "Don't make a shelf of me, ma'am, I think the guard's van or tinder the seat, would be best for baggage." Here the train entered a tunnel, and all was dark ness but no silence ; an infant seemingly alarmed at the situation, commenced crying loudly, and gave out squeal after squeal until' the train emerged into daylight, when curious glances were cast round the com partment, but no miniature sample of humanity was visible. Then came another tunnel, with a second edition of darkness, and again the troublesome baby poured forth its lamentations, while the voice of a female ...

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