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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?]a.m. W[?] 4 p.m., S. W. Weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 8.30 a.m. 9 p.m. ARRIVALS. [?] ARRIVALS (COASTING.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTPKDAÏ. . am., W.. i pm ,i>.W. Weathervervline. Hion WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAV. 8-3« o m. ] » p._ _ ARRIVALS. A ARRIVALS 'COASTING t Monday, August le-The cutter Endeavour. 20 tons, A. Beid, master, from Yorke'« Peuiusuls. Cargo-I tlra}r« Order. - l "' CLEARED (COASTING). Monday, August 10-The cutter Gem, 52 tons. C. Jenkins, master, lor Port Elüot. No passengers. Cargo-26 bag« potatoes, Cleland, Page, &. Co.. as deals, 44 pieces weather and flooring boards,' F. Reynolds : * packages sundries. Stilling & Co. : 2 boxes candles. I case oil, LeMessuricr : l 0U¡ rter-nisk wine, 6 ensr s bottlr-d beer, s barrels beer, 4 hhds. ale, A\l\\in & Co. : 7 hhds. ate 4 bags potatoes, 2 cases. 4 casks bottled beer, W. Scott : 3 casks porter, l cask ale, W. Tuxford ; 2 tons pig iron. Martin. Gaedechens & Co. ; 1 cask porter, R Wright : 1 ke? rum, Tuxford ; 3 boxes, 1 cask. Martin & Snob : 2 bag« sugar, 3 packages grocerie...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

Shipping. F' STEAM TO MELBOURNE.-The HAVILAH, Captain McFie, will eau on Saturday next, the 21t.t instant. Cabin .. . ¿* Stcomge ^ NEWMAN & SON, Port. J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. IO» GOOLWA and MILANG.-The steamer MELBOURNE will be despatched as ubore, at 3 p.m., weather permitting, on Wednesday, 18th inst. For freight or pas<iage. apply to FRANCIS CADELL, Exchange Building» : or to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, J UN., & CO., Port. 10R SALE, FREIGHT or CHARTER. The splendid Aberdeen built dipper ship j AUSTRAL, j 506 tom. register A 1 at Lloyd». j Forpaiticukira, apply to Captain Martin, OB board; j de ELDER, STIRLING & CO. SHIPS' POSTERS.- Captains of véasete and Shipping Agenti. will do well to order then- Ships' Posters and other Marine Printing at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, 117, Hindley-street : or, of Platt», Branch Office, corner of King William-street. General Merchandise. N SALE bv the undersigned, ex HELENE and OSCAR Dressing, Smell-tooth, Si...

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. riñe nour, A'17 los. to JEIR los.; wheat Vs. ed.; bran, is. 6d. ; barley, English, 6s. 9d. ; Cape, 5s. ; oats, none. COWIE k ASriNWALL, Grenfell-street. August 5, 1858. Flour. £17 10s. to £18 10s. ; wheat, Ts. 6d. ; bran. is. rd. ; pollard, is. 9d. ; English barley, 6s. to 6s. 6_. ; Cape barley, 4s. 6d- to fts. ; oats. 5M. BARRY & BAVLEY, u, Currie-street August 14,18.--S. RETURN OF IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. Return of passengers inwards and outwards, at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Saturday, August, 7,1838 : INWARDS - Male adults, 4? ; female adult«. 4 : male children, 1 ; female children, 1. OLTW\RDS - Male adults. 2; female adults, 2; male children, 0 ; female children, 0. EXPORFRETURNS. Return of all wheat, flour, bread, and grain, the produce of South Australia, exported during the week ended August 7, 1S58 - Wheat.24C qr*. Flour .86 tom*. Bread and biscuit .JV77. Grain-as barley .Me. Bran and pollard .l8 tons. Oats.Xil. SHIPMENTS OF FLO...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

THEBE aro at the present time 430 licensed public-houses in this colony, of which 120 are in town and 310 are in the country. The total amount of revenue derived from the licence fees is £10,750, of which £3,000 is realised upon town licences, and £7,750 upon country licences. This is a ven* large sum of money to draw from one class of tradesmen, and especially when it is considered that that cla^s of tradesmen deal in articles paying a very heavy duty to the revenue of the country. The publican's licence is £25 per annum ; the storekeeper's licence to sell the same articles is £5 per annum. There are, at the present time, 13 of these licensed stores in town, yielding in the gross £65 per annum to the re- venue ; and 51 in the country, yielding £255. The amount realized from the wholesale wine and spirit dealers is, therefore, £320 against £10,750. The publican, moreover, is liable to various col- lateral obligations and duties from which the storekeeper is exempt. He must, at his o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. KECKIYED. -F.-An Advocate for Education.-C. SMEDLEY -Our correspondent's explanation shall appear to-morrow ; it would have appeared to-day, but being short-liauded in our printing-office we cannot guarantee the immediate insertion of letters received at night.~-«T.\M"s CUMMING-We must give the same reply as in the last case.

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PORT ROAD AGAIN. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

PORT ROAD AGAIN. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. »ir-The Central Koad Board passed a resolution that no public money be expended on roads, parallel with railways, or something to that effect; the Port-road being in a very bad state, and the North-road in Bplendid condition at that time; but of course that * was only by accident. There has been meeting after meeting, and petition after petition, to try and get something done to the Port-road-but all of no avail ; the Central Road Board still adhering to their determination ; but judge my surprise, when travelling on part of the North-road a day or two since (a part, the condition «f which is far preferable to the state that ever the Port-road was found in), to see men engaged in filling up holes ; and on enquiry was informed that men were to be kept on for that pur- pose to the end of the year; while the Pert-road, the principal road of the colony, is left to its fate. Surely this átate of things cannot last much longer. I am, Sir, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

DIED. On the 14th instant, at the residence of Mr. W. D. Poole, Grenfell-street, James Rae, aged 22 years.

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SITTINGS. ¡SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice]   LARCENY Eliza Calton was indicted for stealing a shawl, value (1 pound)., the property of Jane Bassettt, at Adelaide, on the 7th July   last. James Bassett, landlord of the Woodman Inn, Grenfell   street, stated, that on the 9th July the prisoner slept at his house. The shawl produced belonged to Mrs. Bassett. It was in a box in the room in which the prisoner slept that night. The box was not locked. The shawl was missed the next   morning after the prisoner left. No one but the servant had access to the room. Never authorised any one to lake the shawl.   Jane Bassett, sister-in-law to last witness, identified the shawl as hers. Witness remembered when prisoner came to the house to sleep. She had seen the shawl the Monday week   before. It was kept in the room where the prisoner slept - in a box not locked. Never ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 August 1858

Auctions.     THIS DAYl, (Tuesday), Augiuit 17. STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT. SECOND SALE OF BOOKS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. are instructed by Mr. Platts to sell by auction, at their Mart, This Day (Tuesday), August 17, at 11 o'clock precisely A Large and Valuable Stock of BOOKS, including illustrated Works, Works on History, Biography, Science, and other Departments of Literature. For absolute Sale, in consequence of extensive altera- tions at 95, Hindley-street. Terms - £30 and upwards, approved bills at three months.   THIS DAY (Tuesday), August 17. UNDER DISTRESS FOR RENT. ON THE PREMISES OF MR. LESLIE, NEAR SALISBURY. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. rue instructed to sell, on the piMmsea of Mr Leslie, ¡silihbury, This Day («Tuesday), Auguat 17, at 12odvk All the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Ac., ice. AlSO, 1 Bullock, 6 Cowl, 2 Cahes, 1 Reaping Machin» 8 Pigs 40 Fowls and Ducks 2 Iron PI ughs, 1 pair Harrow» 1 Roller, Scari...

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LATER INTELLIGENCE. Received in Adelaide August 17, at 5.5 p.m. Melbourne, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

LATER INTELLIGENCE. Received in Adelaide August 17, at 5.5 p.m. Melbourne, August 17. There has been a good general business done, but sales have not been very extensive, with one exception. In boots and shoes there has been a good sale, and fair prices vvere realised. Corn Market.-New Zealand oats have sold at 5s. 4d. to 5s. 9d. Scotch oats, but of rather inferior quality, have changed hands at 4s. 9d. Flour.-The Town Milla have reduced the price of flour 10s. per ton. Other quotations remain unchanged. Shipping. - Sailed - The Columbian, mail steamer, for Suez.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

MISCELLANEOUS. The new Stamp Act, requiring all cheques or drafts I on bankers to beal* a stamp of Id., received the royal assent on the 21st of May, and came into operation on the 24th. Thirty-two men of the 40th Regiment sailed on the 11th of "June from Liverpool for Melbourne, on board the Saldanha. The names of the officers are Captain O. Boarder, Ensign T. <Wheelaw, Lieutenant S. J. Richardson, and Assistant Staif-Surgeon Lynch. Troops frobi Melbourne. - Detachments from the 11th and 40th Regiments, consisting of three ser- geants, one drummer, and 16 privates, with three women and four children, in charge of Sergeant O'Neill, 40th, arrived at Chatham on May l8. Mr. Brunel, C.E., has gone, it is said, to the conti- nent for two years, to enjoy quiet and recruit his health, after the anxiety and fatigue he has endured with the Leviathan. The Atlantic Telegraph squadron sailed from Plymouth on its experimental trip on the 29th of May, for the purpose of testing machine...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.—TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.-TRAFFIC RETURNS. Summary of traffic for week ending August 7,185* : POUT MSB. Adelaide Station- Totals. £ u. d. £ ». i Passengers forwarded .. .. 1,584» .. " " Return tickets .380) "5 Dogs. 0 6 0 Parcels . 4 19 3 Bowden Station-- loo 7 Passengers forwarded .. .. 650 15 12 10 Dogs. 0 2 0 Parcels, &c. 119 Woodville Station- - 16 16 Passengers forwarded .. .. 322 9 16 5 Parcels, ice. I 10 4 Alberton Station- -- 11 6 Passengers forwarded .. .. 298 9 12 2 Dogs. 0 2 0 Parcels, &c. 0 19 fl Port station- -1« 13 1 Passengers forwarded .. .. 1,081 ) " " ,, Return tickets .K27 j 65 9U Dogs. 020 Parcels, &c. " 8 4 s -73 ic 4.56B - . £213 I Tolls and haulage on goods forwarded from Tons. cwt. qrs. Adelaide Station.. 324 2 3 Bowden Station .. * o 0 O Port ditto.. 723 li 1 "*" 1,047 14 o, at is. 4d. per ton.. C9 is North Line goods, 250 0 0, at l8.4d. per ton.. 16 13 NORTH LINE. Adelaiele Station Passengers forwarded .. .. 636 Dogs. Parcels, &a...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

MEXICO. The affairs of this unhappy Republic still remain as unsettled aa ever. In the capital, and, in fact, the central portion of the countn, the Government of Zuloaga still maintains its sway, and, in some matters, appears to be possessed of considerable strength. On the other hand, although the Juarez party as a union has been defeated, and its forces dispersed, yet with the single exception of Mazatlan, none of the*revenue paying ports have been gained by the Zuloaga Admin- istration. The struggle htill has to be maintained by the Central Government against the Liberals, who, although divided and under the command of several chieftains, are all fighting, if not for Benito Juarez, against a common centre-the Government in the capital. The results of these conflii'ts necessarily weaken the central Government ; its men and means are rapieily diminishing-its necessities are great-its income literally nothing. The appro- priations made by the Church towards sustaining it have been ...

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GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

GREAT BRITAIN. We are in possession of English papers and letters to June 17, from which we extract the following com- mercial and monetary intelligence. The subjoined is from the Home News City Article of Wednesday evening, June 16 : Banking, Sec-Still no change in our Money 3Iarket The Bank rate stands at 3 lier cent. Good two and three months' bills continue to be done at 2j to 2J per cent, and longer dated paper at 4 to 4.J per cent There is compara- tively little demand for money for commercial purposes; trade keeps very quiet ; prices full rather than rise ; the supply of unemployed floating capital daily increases ; and the year 1858 will, ive think, illustrate most clearly the very slight influence which a low rate of interest exercises oil prices. Consols have further declined, and the market closes rather sensitive. The influences operating unfavourably are :-1. The chances of some untoward collision off Cuba, owing to the number of evil agents who will hope to find their ...

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WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. ¡ Kuturu showing the- ipiantities ot the undermentioned gootls ¡ received and elelivered in the Bonded Stores at Port Atle | laide, during the week ended loth August, isss, and the 1 quantities remaining in bond at the termination of the said week : \«?M Deliv cries. §5.55! k5 Home cnsump tiou. Expor- tation. Spirits, gallons, viz. Brandy 373 44 f. Rum. 335 26S Gin and Geneva 2G6 504 155 Whisky 185 137 OfWine 62 Cordials .. .. Perfumed 4 4 ... Unenuincrated ... Wine, gallons 37 21li Beer, porter, ale, and cider, gallons .. 80 80 Tobacco, lbs. Manufactured 4,883 1,955 159 Unmanufactured .. ... ... 82 228 Tea, lbs. ... Coffee, cwt ... ... ... Sugar, cwts Refined Muscovado .. 33 3 8 GEO. PAQUALIN, Wareliousekeeper.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

IMPOUNDING«. Impouneleel at the Public Pound, I ungkillo, Section ita One red and white, spotted cow, I> off rump, one red and white bull, about eight months old no visible, brand, one i pel cow, white lace, rump belly, anil till like It's or Ss off ribs hole nesu eui notch ofT tai one red steer calf, stump tail, one rod steel call white bell} It not claimed, will be sold Augunt 21 lbi? at noon rill yellow cow, advertised lilly l l8 ,s, as bi aneled GS and numbers under near i in» now appears -^ ova C and numbers undei near ribs, PW near rump, illegible brand otT rump , and the said cow will be sold on Mond iv, the 2nd of Vugust next, hy 01 dei of the District Council, iccoiding to section 5, Act No 4, isr,o JOB HOBBS, Pounelkeeper Impounded at the Public Pound, Aldinga-One yellow steer, elowu horns, white on belly and tail, like,W near shoulder, one brown and Avlute cow, star in forehead, near hoin cocked, tip ofTofl horn, like ?< off rump, one red bv'ock, "*\ off lim...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. '.At three days* sight, st 1 per j cent premium. The following are the rates of exchange at present adontcd by the local Banks of this colony: The South Australian Banking Company, the Bank of Australasia, and the Union Bank of Austrvlia Adelaide- ' 'ssue drafts on London at sixty days' sight at 2 Der cent premium. *^ Buy bills on London at sixty days' sight at par Issue drafts on S fSydney 1 "p Bathurst ¡£ < Goulbourn te Maitland ¡^ (.Moreton Bay . /"Melbourne .g j Geelong 2 < Portland .i I Port Fairy ^ I Belfast tis J Hobart Town ?¿JJ j Launceston >1 j Auckland S ¿jj ¿Wellington A 3 JLyttelton Buy Bills on £ /"Sydney Js Bathurst £ < Goulbourn aj j Maitland ^ (.Moreton Bay | f Jlelbourue Geelong Portland J Port Fairy > [Belfast ti"S Í Hobart Town \¿%\ Launceston ^H (Auckland S .3 } AVellington X¡ g Í Lyttelton August IO. 1858. J kAt fifteen days' sight, at 1 per > cent' disco'int ! At fifteen days' sight, i cent discount ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

INDIA. The Overland Mail of June 17 says :-The war ia as far from a conclusion as ever. It is getting quite a guerilla warfare. The following is an account of one. of the battles Avhich take »dace almost dailv :-" Ben gal Hvrkaru, Monday, June 21. From two letters, dated the 14th inst., one from Lucknow and the other from the Camp before Xawabjung, we gather the fol- lowing particulars of the battle fought, on the 12th inst. :-Brigadier-General Grant's column approached Ifawabjung, Avhere he expected to find the Begum's force of 20,000. Oui- troops mustered 2,000 cavalry and 3,000 infantry, natives and Europeans. The enemy had l8 guns with them. They came to meet the force, and attacked it on all sides'; but when our guns opened fire at 20 yards distance, they were mowed down by dozens.^ They soon beat a retreat to Nawab jung, where they still hold out. The casualties are variously stated by the two correspondents. One mentions that 500 of the enemy were cut up, and six of their gun...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

PUBLIC NOTICES. Ships' Papers.-Commanders of vessels are informed that a copy- of the Advertiser is forwarded through the Post-Office to ali vessels in harbour; and are solicited to furnish our shipping reporter (Mr. E. J. Eyre) with any late papers or other important intelligence they may have for the Press. Port Adelaide.-We have ripened an Office at Port Ade laitle. adjacent to Mr. Boykett's, Divett-street, where commu- nications and advertisements may bo left We beg.to inform our Port readers that we have engaged a runner to deliver the papers every morniug, immediately on arrival : and should be glad, in the event of any irregularity occurring, to be informed of the same. To District and Magistrates' Clerks.-Minutes of proceedings at District Council Meetings, and notes of local transactions are respectfully invited by the Editor, who takes this opportunity of thanking mimerons Magistrates anti.Dis- trict Clerks, from whom he has receiveel communications. To Country Advertisers...

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ARABIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858

ARABIA. Massacre of the Europe ins at .Teddah, on the Red Ski, June 13, 1858.-The particulars of the above horrible event are», as nearly as can be ascertained, as follows :-An Arab ship' sailed from Calcutta, one owner living at Calcutta and the other al Jeddah, and, as is customary with native owned 'hips, sailed under English colours, thereby saving harbour dues at Calcutta. Upon this vessel's arrival at Jeddah, her part owner there took down the Eng- lish flag, and hoisted Arab colours, which, coming to the notice of H.B.M. Consul, he gave orders to Cap- tain Pullen, of H.M.S. Cyclops, to have the British flag reinstated. Itdhen appears that the crew, nideél by a large body of townspeople, proceeded to the Consul, forcibly entered his house, and deliberately murdered him under circumstances of great atrocity. Thev then rushed to the French Consul's, and both that gentleman and his wife fell AÏctims to their vio- lence, and their daughter, bravely endeavouring to save her parents...

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