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ONKAPARINGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

ONKAPARINGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 9. Present-All the members. A Committee of the Council, with the Surveyor, reported, that having inspected the road through Section 5106, leading to Gumeracha; they would recommend a deviation to pass through Section 5107. The Chairman was requested to apply to the Manager of the South Australian Company, to permit the direction of the road through Section 5106 to be altered ; the Clerk to obtain the consent of the tenant .Tlie Chairman was requested to ascertain from the Hou. the Sun-eyor-General, whether the Goverment will sanction and gazette a new road half a chain in width. The Surveyor reported the state of various roads. He was instructed to call for tenders for the following:-Fencing be- tween Sections 5115 and 5117 : bridgeât ditto ; stone-crossing ditto; metal road about 56 yards from main line towards Schenthal ; forming road between Newman's and Bell's, at per chain ; for metalling, filling -water channels, forming and ditching at Mr. lnghs's;...

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COURT OF INSOLVENCY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. In re TOBITT. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

COURT OF INSOLVENCY. THURSDAY, AUC.UST 3. In re TOBITT. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] . Examination of Mr. Baird, clerk to Mr. Tobitt, continued. Witness copied the scroll day-book into a fair day-book. His own account was omitted in some places, and the wages account us well. Those, however, were inserted in the rough day-book. There was a pass-book into which those items were entered, and initialled by witness. The reason why they were not at once posted was that there were travelling ex* penees and sundries which did not go to the general account, witness had frequently drawn money for Mr. Tobitt from the Bank, in sums of £200 and £200. For these cheques were given, lie usually took all the money to Mr. Tobitt, and it was paid away in the mill. Occasionally he had notice to lift efif honored cheques, which were token to the mill and destroyed. The "lifting" of the chequea was a very rare occurrence. Witness had proved on the estate, lids was for 1000 bushels of wheat which had ...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. FRIDAY AUGUST 13, (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

'SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SITTINGS. FRIDAY AUGUST 13, (Before His Honor the Chief Justice.) FEMWY.-Edieard Matfmrst was indicted for feloniously concealing part of his estate, of the value of lol. and upwards, he being insolvent, with intent to defraud his creditors. The indictment contained three counts,-first, that he did not an required by the Insolvent Act, discover in his last exa minatiua'u certain portion of his personal estate of the value of ?".; the same not being reallv a bonaßde sale in the way of his trade or in the noeessarv expenses of his family i secondly, that he did not deliver up* certain pawnbrokers' duplicates relating to property pledged by him ; and thirdly, that ne con- cealed and embezzled part of his personal estate of the value of lot and upwards, not beingtlie wearing apparel of himself, wife, and children. The facts of this case are that the prisoner was sentenced by the late ComnuWoner of Insolvency to six months' impri- sonment under the*ew Insolvent Ac...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before F. R. Newland, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before F. R. Newland, Esq., S.M.] DRUNKENNESS.-Three topers paid the usual penalty of 5s. each for this offence. ASSAULT-GROSSE v. QUINN.-David Grosse, the plaintiff, deposed that he went to defendant's house about 9 o'clock on Saturday night, and asked him for payment of hire of horse. Defendant told him he knew nothing about it, and unless he went about his business very quick he would give him a smack on the mouth. Plaintiff then said that as the horse had been used for his pleasure on his wedding-day, it would look very mean on his part if he did not pay it. The defendant thereupon struck him. The marks of the blow were dis- tinctly visible when the information was given to the con- stable. In the absence of plaintiff's witness, the defendant gave his version of the case, which was with little variation a recapitation of the preceding evidence. The constable who received the information stated that plaintiff's cheek was swelled p...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and R. B. Colley, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., and R. B. Colley, J.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.-Two persons were charged with this offence ; one, an old delinquent, was fined 10s. ; the other was discharged. POOR AND PENNILESS.-Angelo Roderiguez was charged with wandering in King William-street, and having no visible means of subsistence. This poor fellow was brought up yes- terday upon a charge of being a dangerous lunatic. He had been examined by the Colonial Surgeon, who reported he was sane. It transpired that he had applied for admis- sion a second time at the Destitute Asylum, and was refused admittance. He stated that he had been discharged late the evening previous, from the Police Station. He had endea- voured to get a lodging, in which he was unsuccessful, and was taken in charge. In answer to the Magistrate, he said he intended, if discharged, to make his way to Yorke's Penin- sula, where he had relatives. The case was dismissed under this view...

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TALUNGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 14 August 1858

TALUNGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 9. Present - Messrs. H. Dawson, W. Phillis, J. Moore, and H. Giles. Circular read from the Commissioner of Public Works, re- ferring to grants in aid of private subscriptions. Account received from the Observer office, £2 3s. Ordered to stand over for examination. The Inspector was ordered to examine the road leading from Retreat Valley to Bagshaw's, and report at next meeting. Messrs. J. Hooper and H. Crook attended as a deputation, and presented a memorial in favour of opening the road through Bywater's, Section No. 6156. Resolved, that one half the expense of opening the said road be defrayed by this Council. The Clerk was directed to write to W. Giles, Esq., in con- nection with the above; to the Central Road Board concerning   the dangerous state of the road near Borkman's; to Mr. Donald McDonald, about the bridge at Mount Pleasant; to Mr. W T. Hoad, concerning road, Holland Creek; and to Mr.   J. Faragher, poundkeeper. Mount To...

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THE MISERIES OF A "CARNOT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

THE MISERIES OF A "CARNOT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Si-It is se'dom that mist nuts as appiopuate as that winch ipj eu ed m joui luipi cssion ot Puts li) startle the pihho w th tlitn apt illu-ti ition of tvet V man i ccused ot the inducting- a ' cannot'-' bonnet'was the woul mtindcil Alis' how e\pie sive the tenu the piesenthcid îppcnil ijos cam ot'piotect fiom the sin, "cannot" shcller lum the inn, cinnot shield the face ti oin the impertinent g ize ot curiosity Pvnrli himself might re]oice to be the projector ot tins wtttv Hing it the picsent fashion ible atiocitj I am. Sir, kc, THE POSSESSOR OF A " CANNOT." HUT ONE WHO SIGHS FOR A " BONNET.

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, £142. Princess Royals, ¿C25. Royals, ii is. Money on freehold security, 10 to 1!$. on Burra scrip, 12J. on inferior securities, 20.

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WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. Return showing the quantities of the undermentioned goods received and delivered in the Bonded Stores at Port Ade- laide, during the week ended 10th August, 1858, and the quantities remaining in bond at the termination of the said week : ; __ 2 ¡ öS . Deliveries. Home ensump tion. Expor- tation. eSa Spirits, gallons, viz. Brandy Rum .. Gin and Geneva Whisky Of Wine Cordials PcrAnned Unenninerated Wine, gallons Beer, jiorter, ale, and cider, gallons .. Tobacco," lbs. Manufactured Unmanufactured .. Cigars. Snuif. Tea, ibs. Coffee, cwt. Sugar, cwts Reñncd Muscovado 373 2b'G 185 4,863 501 137 62 1,955 82 26S 155 GEO. PAQUALIN, Warchouaekecpcr.

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FURTHER INTELLIGENCE. [From our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

FURTHER INTELLIGENCE. [From our Commercial Correspondent] Melbourne, August 14. Being Saturday, little actual business is doing, and I have nothing to alter from my last quota- tions. SHIPPING. Arrived-The Otto, from London. Sailed-The Havilah, for Adelaide, at 10 this morning (Saturday).

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BUILDING MATERIALS [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

BUILDING 3-ATERTALS [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.! Deals, il x 3, per <oot solid, id toi|d Ditto, sawing deep cut, per foot, Ojd Ditto, <) x 3, per foot solid, 7id to<!fl Ditto, sivv uig deep cut, per foot, oid Ditto, 7 x 2i, per loot solid, 4id tosd Ditto, sivv nig deep cut, per foot, o^d Pine deals li x 3, per foot solid, 8]d Ditto, 9 x 3, per foot solid, 6jd. Ditto, 7 x3, ditto, 5(1 Tongued and giooved flooring bo irds, 64 x li, pel foot, 3d to 3jd Ditto 64 x 5. per foot, 2\d Ditto, cj x J, per foot, 2a Balk timber, per cubic foot, 4s Gd Red gum, 12 x 4, per foot, is 2d Ditto, 12 x 3, per foot, lOjd Ditto, 9x3, per foot, 8d. Ditto. 8 x 3, pjr foot, 7d Ditto, 4 x 3, per foot, 3jd Best red Singipore cedar, per loot super, 5a Best Svdney cedar, per foot super, 7d Ditto, in logs, per foot super, 5d to 6d Stnng>bark, 4x1, per loo feet, los D'tto, 1x2 per loo ft, 14s Ditto batten«, per 100 ft, lCs Palings b ft, per loo 27s Ditto, 5 ft, pel 100, 21s Pos...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. FURTHER INDIAN INTELLIGENCE. NEW LAND MOVEMENT IN VICTORIA. Received in Adelaide August 14, at 4 p.m. [From our General Correspondent.] Melbourne, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. FURTHER INDIAN INTELLIGENCE. NEW LAND MOVEMENT IN VICTORIA. Received in. Adelaide August 14, ¡it 4 p.m. [From our General Correspondent.] Melbourne, August li. STATE OF IXDIA.-The London Times of June 17 writes in hopeful terms of the progress of our Army in India. It is there stated that the country is nearly subdued, and that we have lesa than 150 square miles lo conquer. The South and West are "peaceful- and sound." The North is " loyal and enthusiastic." The Central District is our own. VICTOBIAX News. - The O'Shaughnesay Ministiy are contemplating an ultra-popular movement. -The}' propose to take steps for glutting the market with land, so as to prevent the speculations of land holders, and to prevent monopoly in land. The plan intended is to offer the land for sale in small-sized allotments, which it is believed would lead to free selections, and induce extensive settlement. MARKET«.-Flour rules from £21 to £22 per ton ; country brands, from £20 to £20...

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LABOUR MARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

LABOUR MARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office] Per Annum with Board and Lodging Domestic and Dairj Servants. Female nousekeepeis, £25 to ?30 Good Cooks, £25 to £10 Housemaids, £20 to £25 Laundresses, £21 to £26 Kitchenm uds, £20 to £23 Upper Nurses, £20 to £26 Nur«es. £10 to £20 Nuise Girls, £7 to filî General ^cmnts, £20 to £26 Dairymaids, £20 to £23 Birmaids, £40 to £12 Waitresses, £10 to £40 Domestic and Farm Servants Male Married Couples, £",2 to £60 Ploughmen, (single) £-10 to General Labourers, £40 to £>2 Gardeners, £52 to £60 Bullock Drivers for Tarms, Men, £40 to £52 Ditto, Boys, £14 to £25 Bullock Drivers for Roads, Men £^2 to £60 Ditto, Bovs, £2»to £10 Bovs to tad Cattle, £10 to £13 Per week, with the usual Ritions Shepherds (iccordmg to dw tince) 12s to 15s Hutkeepers, ditto, 10s to 12s Bush Carpenters, 25s to 30s Fencers, 25s to los Cooks 20s to 2os Grooms, 20s to 23» Ostlers 15s to 20s Per Week, with Board and Lodging-1 radesmen. Butchers, 30s to 42s Bikers, JOS to 45s C...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Friday, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Friday, August 13. The remainder of the cargo of Mauritius sugar, ex Eliza Cony, was sold to-day by Messrs. Wickstead and Co. at auction, most of which was damaged. The sound, viz.. 2'13 bags yellow counters, brought £31 15s. per ;on ; whilst the damaged realized say, for 500 ba«a counter sugars, of various shades, froni dark yellow to good, £24 2s. G± to £29 17s. 6d. ; and 1,500 bags crystals, some very fine, but all more or less unsound* from £32 10s. to £36 12s. (Jd. At the same time canary seed was sold at 32d. per lb. ; pre- served beef, in tins, 7d. ; and boxes of fine hvsoii tea, 26s. Business in flour has been quiet, but holders are very finn at the quoted rates. Bran enquired for at Is. 6tl. Wheat, 7s. 6d. in town, and millers not eager to secure more than the usual grinding supply ; no transactions in it to note for export. Freights steady at 22s. 6d. for wheat to Melbourne by sailing vessels. WV understand a meeting of the shippers and others inte...

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POBT ADELAIDE. OPENING OF THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

POBT ADELAIDE. OPENING OF THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL. This edifice, whic'i has recently been fin'shed, \va3 silemnily dedicated on Sundry morning, the 15th instant, as the Church of ''The Immaculate Conception." Th. Very Reverend Mr. Ryan, Viear-General, assisted by the Reverend Mr. Smith, C.C., Reverend Messrs. Lanêioni, Carrew, and Russel formed a procession round the ex- terior and interior of the building ; after which ceremony the consecration took place. The Reverend Mr. Smith pivached a most impressive sermon, taking his t;xt from the 25th chapter of Exodus, v. 8. The usual ceremony of ma's concluded the service. Tlie Catholic Choir, con- ducted by Horr Linger, performed several beautiful sacred selections. The offertory collection during divine service amounted to the h-mdsome sum of 85/. 5s. 4d. Xotiee was given that in future mass woidd be celebrated every Sunday, at 11 a.m. From another source we learn that the new chapel is in the'early English style of Go: hie architecture, an...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

IJIPOUXDIXGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, I imskillo, Section 192 One led and white spot hil cow, I> oir rump, one i ed md white bull, about ei"ht month-, old, no visible brand, one led cow vi lute face, lump, belli, and tul, like 15 *5 01 <-», 0fl ribs, hole mai eai, notch off tu , one led stL_r edf, »tump tail, one ml steer c ill, white b IK It nu ela med, will be sold August 2t lsi», at noon Ihevellow cow idicitised Julv l->, l«is us blinded OS and numbei» undci ncai libs, now appen s ~ o\ei ( md numbers undei near ribs, PAY neal lump, illegibli brand ofl lump , and the said cow will be sold on Moud iv, the 2nd of Vugustnext, bv ordei of the District Council, accoiding to section ">, Act No t, 1830 JOB HOBB-s, Poundkeeper Impounded at the Public Poun.i Aldinga-One vellow steel down hoins, white on btllv and tul like IV neil shouldc , one bl own md white ci« stai ni foielu id neai horn cocked, tip olToff boin, like < oil lump one i ed bullock, off...

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THE REV. THOMAS BINNEY. [From a Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

THE llEV. THOMAS BII\TJSTE\" [From a Correspondent.] Mr. Binney delivered his iir.st sermon in Freeman street Chapel on Sunday morning. The building, as many expected, was not nearly large enough to admit all who were desirous of hearing' and seeing this celebrated preacher. Some time before the hour for commencing1, the chapel soemed densely packed, aisles included: in short, it seemed as if it would be impossible to admit another person. Very many tried the doorways, but finding entrance impossible, turned back again. *. Tlie sermon, which was listened to with the great.st pos- sible attention, was on the 12th verse of the lath chap, of the 1st Corinthians-" Now, if Christ be preached that he rose from the dead, how. say some among you that thora is no resurrection from the dead ?" The discourse was almost-from beginning- to end an aryumentuni ad Jtominuia,. The preacher tweed the Apostles reasoning with those who illogically and incon- sistently denied the general resurrection, w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

PUBLIC N0 rTCE*. Siirps PAW RS -C onimindeis ot vessels ne informed that a copy of the idi i rtistr is fonvir ted through the Post Office to all vessels m lnrbour and ne sol cited to lurnish out »hipping ípporter (Mr E J I re) with inv lite pipers or other nnpoi tant intelligence thej nnv hive tor the lJie«-> PORT ADFI VIDE -W e h ive ope led an Office it Port Ade 1 nde, adjacent to Mr Bojkett s Divett street v horecommu mentions md advertisements maj be left We besr to inform our Port readers th it we have eng iged a runner to deliver the papers every morning, immediitel> on irnvil and «hould be gild, in the evuit of an> îrre^ulaiitv occuinng, to be informed of the «ame lo OUR SLBSCRIBFRS AND RFVDFU«-The Sou'h Aus- tralian Jf/ifr/cerandthe Wet Hy ( 'norn 'a are published at an early hour lor despatch bj the countrj innis ind lo. di«, tnbution, bj runnels ni the town and suburb m distucts Any omission or neglect will be notified unmediitclv the same is made known at the off...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

Ax ancient writ er informs us that the King himself is sjrved by the field ; and if Kings depend upon the fruits of the earth, so muit subjects do. In a new country like this, however, we not only depend upon the production of the soil for the prime necessaries of life, but also for the comforts, elegancies, and luxuries of life. We must not only grow wheat if we would eil bread, and depasture sheep and oxen if we would taste mutton and beef, but to these mid other rural pursuits vvc are indebted for our clothing, our furni- ture, our books, and for all the accessories of civilized life. It therefore becomes a matter of infinite moment to ascertain, not only bv what means we can provide ourselves and our families with daily food, but how the elementary wealth derivable from the soil may be so increased and multiplied as to give us a command in the markets of other lands over those articles which we are not yet sufficiently advanced to provide in our own colony. We have three grant s...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 August 1858

?\)t OSktúm. ADELAIDE : MONDAY, AUGUST IG, 1SÓ8. THE question of marriage with a flccoasecl wifc-'s sister is one of those which, however frequently j shelved, will be for ever renewed, or rather, we ¡ would say, renewed until frequent defeats are rewarded in final victory. The movement is one I of those which, once initiated, can never cease. There are certain questions connected with the* preservation of life and liberty, the rights of con- science, and the instincts and sympathies of our common humanity, the promoters of which, how- ever often baffled, are sure at last to achieve success. Such were the Slavery, Catholic Eman- cipation, and Free Trade questions ; and such | now are the questions of Jewish Emancipation, and of the emancipation of the marriage laws j from the restrictions to which they arc at present subjected. We are induced to advert to the point last mentioned for two or three reasons. It will be remembered that last session aBill passed through i the two Houses ...

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