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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

WILLUNGA.-"We note with pleasure the steady progress made by the Southern Land, Building, and In- vestment Society, now closing its third year of operation. The advanced ¿hares of ñOl. have latterly averaged 71. premium, and the committee of management have judged it advisable to raise the entrance fee to 3/._ This society has been of great use to the purchasers of allotments in that beautiful township. ERRATUM.-In our yesterday's issue, by an awkward inversion, a case in the Port Adelaide Police Court is published as Cave v. Calton, which should have been Calton v. Cave. Mr. Cave, the defendant, was com- mitted for 30 «lays. BUILDING SOCIETIES.-We have been re- quested to call attention to an advertisement in our pre S3nt number* relative to the Permanent Albion Land Building and Investment Society. Wo do so with much pleasure, believing that societies of this nature, when well conducted, are productive of much good, inducing habits of economy, and contributing greatly to the domes...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

SKIP 31 AILS. The following ii the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, August 13,1858. Mails will be dispatched as under : For AVestern Australia, by the Firefly, Saturday, August 14, at. 12. For South America, California, and South Pacific, by the Atlantic, to Callao, on this «lay, August 13, at 2.

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BUILDING MATERIALS [RETAIL PRICKS IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

BUILDING 3IATE RIALS [RETAIL PRICKS I?,- ADF.LAIDE.] Deals, li x 3, per loot solid, ?d. to 92<1. Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, oäd. Ditto, s» x 3, per fool solid, 7jrt. to Rd. deep-cut, per per foot solid, deep-cut, per per foot Ditto, sawing I loot, 0.1(1. I Ditto, 7 x 2j, 4J¡<1. to 5ii Ditto, sawing foot, o?d. Pine deals, 11 solid, sjd. Ditto, 9 x :i, per foot solid. 6jd. Ditto, 7 x3, ditto, Sd. Tongued and grooved flooring boards, Gi x i-¿, per foot, 3d. to 3'd. Ditto, oi x ;}, per foot, 2M. Ditto, c1 x A. per foot. 2d. Balk timber, per cubic foot, .ts. ed. Red gum, 12 x 4, per foot, Is. 2d. Ditto, 12 x 3, per foot, lo.Jd. Ditto, y x 3, per foot, S«l. Ditto, 8 x 3, per foot, 7d. Ditto, 4x3, per foot, 3.{d. Best red Singapore cedar, per foot suncr, nd. Host Sydney cedar, per foot super, 7tl. Ditto, in logs, per foot super, Sd. to Gil. Stringybark, 4 feet,"lös. x 3, per ino V.D.L. Laths, 3 it. 6 in« per 1,000,19S. English Slate1» Duchesses, 24 x 12, per 1....

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OYSTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

OYSTERS. TO THK EDITOB OF THE ADATKTISEK. Sir-In this morning's Advertiser I observe that a paragraph respecting the oyster trade has been in- serted which purports to have been authorized by Captain Shaw, of the nutter Mary, a small smack which has been engaged one or two trips in the trade. Now, us that paragraph comments very unfavourably on the present system of the trade, I request, as an extensive dealer therein, to be permitted a reply. It appears that Captain Shaw on his last trip had to throw overboard several thousand oysters, and ho therefore considers tliat he ought' to be compensated for the loss by somebody, and if he could rely upon .wch a satisfactory provision against the effects of bad weather, oysters would be cheaper in toyvn. Un- doubtedly that would be the case if such a fund existed, but who is to provide it-the dealers ? and if they did so, would that lessen the retail price. Having a cutter and a schooner engaged in the trade, I am in a position to assert th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

TIIEKK are two points connected with the introduction of the camel to this country, both of which bear the impress of being of great benefit to our community. The first is, the value this animal would be to tis in our exploring expedi ¡ lions ; and the other, that its employment would i open to us large tracts of our territory suitable j enough for producing purposes, which now are ! virtually sealed books to our agriculturists and I labourers, in conscmeiice of the difficulties expe j rienced in reaching a suitable market. It is ad j mitted on all hands that even the districts . already occupied only require greater facilities | of communication to increase theil* productive- ness immensely ; and those amongst us who ob- j | ject to the outlay of public money upon further ! exploration urge this upon our notice. j " Taking, then, the latter reason as an argu- . nient for the immediate introduction of the j camel as a carrier of produce, how would this | animal suit our convenience,...

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MR. BINNEY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

MK. BINNEY. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE AOVEKTI3KE. Sur-In reply to your V\ esleyan correspondent, I beg to state that there has existed a Young Men's Association for the last four months, having weekly meetings for the reading of essays and discussion, and, although meeting in the schoolroom, Freeman- ¡ street, yet it is the Adelaide Young Men's Association, and is composed of members of different Christian de- nominations. I may also state, that steps have already been taken to request the Rev. Mr. Binney to deliver a lecture before the members and friends of | the Society, with a desire to bring the same before young men, aud also that it should have the honour ol'its first quarterly lecture being delivered be- such an eminent and popular minister. In the event of Mr. Barney's compliance, due notice will be given of the time and place. 1 am, Sir, «te, S. KINGSLEY, Sec.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. To COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS.-We have to apologise to vaviius Correpondents in the country districts, whose letters we have been unable to insert this week. They will not, how- ever, be overlook«!.

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ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

ALDINGA. The minutes of the last meeting yvere read. Air. Palmer proposed that a division be- made in the pound to keep horned cattle from injuring horses. The poundkeeper (Air. Downing) being ""present agreed to make one. A letter yvas read from Mr. Joseph Allon respecting the road near his residence ; when the Chairman was requested to visit tim spot and report at next meeting the requisito repairs and probabl«! expense. A letter wa« read from the residents at the Port respecting the making of a footpath to the Post Office and stores, when the members agre«! to take the matter into consideration. Air. Ward and Mr. Cox made applications for making foot- paths in certain places, but no definite conclusion was come to. Air. Palmer proposed that the Council should visit all work that had been ex«jcuted since last balance-sheet was audited before the next one. is ready. Several tenders were received for grubbing stumps, &c, pointed out .by Air. AVard ; also, repairing road near...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

RbgT At the Exchange Land Mart yesterday, Messrs. (»reen & Wadham sold at public auction those recently erected building-; situated at the corner of Curric strect and King William-street for the sum of £[} 100. Tue lease of town acres lt>8 and 16t) Pirie-street roilised £-íí){>, and un undivided interest in 133 acres of section 7593, knoyvn as tho ¡South Kapunda Mine, was soldat the rate of ¿CO per acre. THE VICTORIA THEATRE.-The indefatigable exer- tions of Mr. Alexander Henderson, the lessos and manager of the Victoria Theatre, to provide a rational entertaiment for the public during the past season, were liberally recognise!last evening, the performance being for tlie "benefit ot' that gentleman. Lons? before the hour for opening, tho doors of the theatre yvere bssieged. There was s, very beautiful display of fireworks outside of the house, and a monster air balloon was sent up immediately prior to the doora being opened. The performances commenced with the comedy "...

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THURSDAY'S LAND SALE. THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

THURSDAY'S LAND SALE. TnUHSDAY AUIJCST 12, 1858. There was but a small sale, only 5 lots being knocked down. The number of acres being 235, the price averaging ¿El 4s. per acre-24 lots were pasicd. COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide^--About one mile west ol' Stanford and Burley's, Hundred of Kuitpo. Sec Acres. l*urchasers. Price. 774 17 P. D. 1'rankerd. 20 o 0 775 53 Kobert Hawkes . 53 5 0 776 R John Clements. 8 5 0 3451 l18 I*. P. Pmnkcrd. 118.5 0 County Burra-East and west of Burra Creek, south of and adjoining the Burra Special Survey, on the south boundary of the Hundred, Hun- dred of Kooringa. 88 39 John Smith . 39 5 0 235 , £239 0 .0

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, Coromandel Valley, Section 936-red calf, like II " conjoined oft' rump, slit in oft' ear; one yvhite «-alf, like II M conjoined off rump, slit in off «jar; one red-sided, yvhite back and belly, like Hw conjoined off rump, slit iu off «îar ; one red, or" inclined to roan colour, «ralf, like \ln conjoimxl off rump, slit in off ear. If not claimed, yvill be sold August 16, 1858, at noon. G. THISELTON, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Tungkillo, Section 192 One red heifer, star in forehead, yvhite back, belly, and tail, piece out of near ear, CD near shoulder; one dark straivberry hcifer, yvith a diamond near rump, both ears marked ; one strayvberry heifer calf, yvith a diamond near rump, both ears marked ; one white coyv, reel head and neck, r<*d spots, both cars marked. like "IV over <T. near near ribs, D near rump ; one yvhite heifer calf, red head and neck; one yvhite heifer, no visible brand; one strawberr...

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MEETING TO ADOPT A RATE. WALKERVILLE. MONDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

MEETING TO ADOPT A RATE. WAL.KEKVILLE. MONDAY, ACC.CST : Present-3Ir. George Clark (Chairmun),Councillor.s Bandle, Letchford, and Cox. The CLERK read the advertisement convening the meeting, and announced the amount of the assessment as confirmed to be 4,101/. Mr. "WARD, sen., asked whether the 'Council were pre- pared in the event of the ratepayers granting a rate, to gua- rantee that no further rate for the current year would be voted by the Counoil ? He had put the same question to the old Council, and could not obtain a direct answer. The CHAIRMAN said for his part he would strongly oppose any addition. There was a majority of the Council present, and no doubt they were of his opinion. The Council expressed their assent to the Chairman's Mr. WARD expressed himself satisfied, and remarked on the propriety of having a copy of the intended Consolidated District Councils Bill submitted to the consideration of a meeting of the ratepayers, as he thought a matter of so much importance ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF [?]ESTERDAY. [?] a.m., S.W.: 4 p.m., S.W., weather fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAT. 6 a.m. 6[?]30 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE OUI.F YESTERDAY. S.W. : 4 p.m., S.W., weather tine. HIGH WATEB ON THE BAB THIS DAT. 6 a.m. I 6-30 p.m. ARRIVALS. ?JWednesdny, August li-The barque Dunedin, 19G tons, H. L. Walker, l'uanter, from Melbourne, August Btli. Barry and Bavlev. Town, ageuts. No passengers) luballast Thursday, August lu-The ship Thomas Campbell, 630 tons, N. Kelvie, master, from London April 26th; the Downs 3fav 2ud. 1*. IXÍVÍ, agent. Passengers - Messrs. John Corni ter, and G. A. Llovd, iu the cabin ; and Messrs. Bellemy, Carr, John and Janies" Smith, Miss Harriet Smith, Messrs. Henry and John Gliddon, Aim and Mary Ann Whittle. Jane, Mary Jane. llamee, Ann, and Gertrude Beaney, and John audW. Smith, in the second cabiii. - - Same dav-The barque Rebecca, 251 tons, H. R. Marsh, master, from Geelong July 27th ; Port Phillip Heads August 5ih. Hart and Hughes, agents', No passengers. ARRIVALS (COASTING.) Thursday, August 12-The cutter Gem, 52 tons. Jenkins, master, from Port Klliot. No...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

Shipping. i^i^ TH700L SHIP FOR LONDON DIRECT_ T8fs£y VV The fine fast-sailing brig ?""'».'r ELIZA CORRY, ¿16 tons reg'ster, Al for 12 years, Captain W. H. Sharp is on the T>erth for London. She is under charter to sail first week in October, but having the whole ol' her dead- weight and two-thirds of her cargo engaged, is expected to I« despatched by 15th September. For Freight or Passage, applv to , sinwc_ELDER, STIRLING k CO. ^|. THOR PORT ELLIOTT ÄNDGÜÖLWA. GEM, E. Jenkins, master, will sail on Saturday, 14th inst., taking goods for steamer Sturt. For freight or passage," applv to J. DARWENT, Town; or to d3 R. & R. MAIN, Port. 10R SALE, FREIGHT or CHARTER. The splendid Aberdeen, built clipper ship AUSTRAL, 506 tons, register A 1 at Lloyds. For particulars, apply to Captain Martin, on board ; or to de ELDER, STIRLING & CO. Professional and Trade Addresses. JOHN B. POOLE. LAND SURVEYOR, CIVIL ENGINEER. ARCHITECT, &C, GRESHAM-STREET. Next Lands, Titles. Re...

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COMMERCIAL REPORT. Adelaide, 11th August, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

COMMERCIAL REPORT. Adelaide. 11th August, 1858. The following market report was compiled previous to the Post-Office announcement to-day, that the dis- patch of the mail would bo postponed till to-morrow. We have, however, no alteration to record, except in the price of copper, which has just been reduced from £105 to £100 per ton. August 10, 1858. The unprecedented dnlness felt throughout all de- partments of business this month, lias ^mounted to almost complete stagnation in the trade in British goods; so much so, indeed, that importers decline offering their stocks until more life is manifest in the demand for general articles of consumption. At the departure of the last mail for England, a good deal of pressure was felt in money, which threatened to cripple ordinary business operations, and this -want ol' accommodation has doubtless up to the present moment, though felt with less severity now than at that period, exercised considerable influence over the state of trade, and will...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gaz[?]tte of Thursday, August 12.] PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

GOVERNMEÍfT GÁZETTE: [From the Government Gan tte of Thursday, August 12.] _ PROCLAMATION. 0 15 0 0 15 0 0 5 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 3 u 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 2 6 His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief has been pleased to proclaim us Hundreds the folloyviiig portions ol' the Counties of Eyre and Frome : COUNTY Or EYRE. Hundred of Dutton.-Bounded on the east by a due north line from the north-east angle of the Hundred of North Rhine, ten miles in length ; thence by a line due yvest, to the eastern boundary of the County of Light; thence south by the la6t-named boundary, to the nortli-yvcst corner of the Hundred tof North Khine; th"iicc by the northern boundary of the said Hundred to the point of commencement. COUNTY OP FROME. Hundred of Gregory.-Bounded on the south by the north boundary of the Hundred of AVongvarra, from Mount Remarkable Trigonometrical Station to the north-east corner of that Hundred ; on the east, by a line starting from the last-named point, and running due north ten miles ; on t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

A ,_Auctions. BSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION at the EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. GREEN, PARR, k LUXMOORE. This Day (Friday), August 13, at 11 o'clock ö Cases of Prh.ts and Engravings, Framed, and Glazed, particulois as follow : No. 4. Baptism of the Covenant«»T Lost Appeal First Appeal Strictly Confidential .Sympathy "W orks of Mercy Woman's Mi*s on No. 5. The Heart's Misgivings 1 Mated 1 Check-Mated 1 Gentle Warning 1 Mcmen'.ous Question 1 Heart's Desire Preaching of the Covenanters Bnshful Loyers No. 6. John Ki.ox Administering the Sacrament Do. Preaching Christ ard the Woman of Samari» No. 7. Tiial of Earl Strafford Do. Charles 1. Just Caught First Reformers Soldier's Dream " Death of the Stag, India proof No. S. Village Schoolmaster Suspense Sleeping Bloodhound Ihe Trani-figuratien TLe Raising of Lazarus Examination of Village School Oh! Defiance No. 9. Foi est Flower, gilt frame glazed Do. do. Mountain Daisy, do. Heather Bell, Corn Flower, do. Lily of the Valley, Mav Blossom, do. Wild B...

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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [The following telegrams were received by us yesterday morning; they were, however, delivered at Melbourne on Weduesday. Under such circumstances they are scarcely worth publishing as telegraphic correspondence, but we give them as the best we can obtain.] Received in Adelaide August 12, at 10.10 a.m. [From our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [The following telegrams were received by us yesterday morning ; they were, however, de- livered at Melbourne on Wednesday. Under such circumstances they are scarcely worth publishing as telegraphic correspondence, but we give them as the best we can obtain.] Received in Adelaide August 12, at 10.10 a.m. [From our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, August 11. The cargo of sugar, ex Stag, is all sold, though at a considerable reduction. Good ration sugar sold at £34 per ton ; brown to good yellow counter fetched £37 to £45 10s. This is a fall o about £2 per ton. Crystallised sugar realized £45 12s. 6d. to £65 per ton. Loaf sugar sold at 6]d. per lb. Dried apples, Ga. per lb. ; malt, 7s. 6d. to 8s. : coarse salt, £3-5s. to £312s. 6d. ; Scotch oats, 5s. 1d. per bushel ; colonial .oats, 5s. 6d. per bushel ; Cape barley, 5a. Belmont candles 13£d. to 13|d. per lb. . » SHIPPING.-Arrived-The Banca and the Bessie Young, from the Mauritius ; the Africa, f...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] ADJOURNED FINAL HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. flJI SD VI, VlGIjSrlO [Before Air Conimi«!-ioiicr Mann ] ADJOIUCNLD I1NAL HIAHIXC. fíe GcOKCE HEINRICH MEISSNER, butcher and store- , keeper at the AVhcal Kilon Aline, near Strathalbj n. Mr. j Boucaut appeared on behalf of a creditor, and Mr. Little foi« the insolvent. George Heinrich Meissner, exununed by Mr. Boucaut through an interpreter, «aid lie Lad had due horse. Sold it for W, ios., yyith cait and liarnêss. 'This was a day or two before the trial of Meissner in the Supreme Court. He re- edy ed 'Sj!. from Air. Davenport for the horse and cart, which he paid to Mr. Dunn, of Mount Barker, but He did not re litcn'ibcr yvhcii. It was after .Meyer's trial.' Mr. Dunn had not prior to this commenced an action against him. Had noyv no goods in his store. Had a few articles up to the beginning of Julie, thought to the middle of June. Sold them to Mr. Heitmaun, «if Macclesfield, and Air. Kelly, of the Bugle Ranges. Believed he had receive«! no money from Air. Kelly; hi...

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JUNCTION OF THE DARLING. [From our Correspondent.] August 2[?] 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 13 August 1858

JUNCTION OF THE DARLING. [From our Correspondent.] August 2, 1858. We have had but little rain during the past few months, consequently grass is anything but abundant. Our salt bush is fortunately looking a little fresh, it is almost our standing crop for our stock until next season arrives. The flocks of this district have nearly all lambed down, and I think I am not in error in stating that 90 per cent of lambs would be the average increase. There are 30,000 wethers en route to Melbourne from the Upper Darling, so I am informed. No stations have changed hands here for some time past ; those already occupied are considered valuable, and at the present time could not be purchased excepting at a very high figure. The Murray at this place is low, as compared with the late unusual seasons. August is the month, therefore, we should anticipate the arrival of the steamers, and not before. We have all been short of supplies in consequence of our reckoning upon the Murray being navigable in...

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