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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
?\)t &limkn. ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST l8,1858. "We are now in possession of the .Tune mail, anti although its most attractive features had been previously made familial' to us l>y magnetic telegraph, we presume that it will be necessary to "advance backwards" in our career as pur- veyors of intelligence for the general public, in order to place before our readers the "news" with which tliey are more or less acquainted. But this is the natural result of taking time by the forelock, and so we must submit to the retro- gressions of science. The great political topic of the June mail, so far as relates to Home affairs, is undoubtedly the triumph of Lord Derby over his parliamentary opponents. On the 21st of May the debate on Mr. Cardwell's motion for a vote of censure was renewed in the Common«, and continued under circumstances of extraordinary excitement. Such a general breaking up of parties as then threatened to take plaee has seldom been foreshadowed, nor is it easy ...
ALGERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
ALGERIA. Tur. Goaernment of Aloekia.-The new system for the atlministration of Algeria ¡9 not secure ol' success. It is not yet certain that Prince Napoleon will accept the Lieutenancv of the colony. In all civil matters, should he accept it, he will communicate with the Emperor alone, anel he desires to have the same privilege on military and naval points. The Emperor's Ministers represent that it is necessary for the safety of the empire that the army and navy must look to Paris alone for instructions.
MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Tuesday, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
MAEKET REPORT. Adelaide, Tuesday, August 17. Throughout the day business has been quiet, the advices per Havilah being looked for with some anxiety, and as the English mail letters were only de- livered in the course of the afternoon, their general tenor has not transpired. The intelligence from Mel- j bourne brought by her shews a weaker tendency, and sales of flour in quantity were made with difficulty, ' though the rough weather reported there and the con- sequent bad roads up the country will partly account for this inactivity. Flour was worth £20 to £20 10s. for best brands, and wheat rather easier at Ss. 6d. to 8s. 9d. For bran advices are various, but the demand does not appear active at Is. lid. to 2s., though we hear of quotations at 2?. 2d. The low prices of oats still bear upon this article. Bran is scarce here and has changed hands at 1?. 7d. In flour transactions have taken place at £17 10s. for medium country brands, whilst £18 is asked for best country, and £18 15s. t...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
ITALY. Great Eruption of Vesuvius.-Letters from Naples elescribe an eruption of Vesuvius which reached a great height on the 27th of May. The loAver part of the great cone appeared on fire, and volumes of smoke were thrown up, mixed with red-hot stones and masses of lava. Several craters and fissures suddenly opened, and red-hot lava poured out and rolled along in many separate streams. The Times correspondent says that the mountain is still literally covered with a network of fire :-" Of the two lava streams which merit most attention, one moves on in a single, mighty mass, its progress only markpd by the detach- ing of mighty fragments, which fall down by their own gravitation, apparently not breaking the entirety of the stream, and opening up fountains of living, scorching fire. Another stream is fed by three new openings, not in the cone, but at a quarter of a mile, perhaps, from the base of it, which puff and pump up continually t'*e ceaseless stream of fire which is making rap...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
AUSTRIA. As the correspondence between the British and Austrian Governments concerning the proposeel sub- marine telegraph from Ragusa to Alexandria was sent to press some days ago, it may be as vrell to state Sir John Young, the Lord High Commissioner of the Tonian Isles, deeming it necessary to have early intelligence of Avhat is passing in the Greek provinces of European Turkey and in the king- dom of Greece, has informed the Austrian* that they are at liberty to lay elown a table from Corfu to Zante. The matter, however, is not yet definitively settled, for four or five days ago an official telegram Avas received from London, in which it was askeil " Avhether the Austrian Government proposed to lay down a submarine telegraph between Rngusa and Alexandria, or between Corfu anel Alexandria." A person who is well informed of what passes in official circles informs me that the question caused extreme surprise, as the Austrian Government has repeatedly expressed itself to the followi...
SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
SALES OF CROWN LANDS. Tlie following portions ef Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adela'de, on Thurs- day, the 26th day ol'August, 1858, at 11 o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent : Country Sections.-Upset price £i per acre. County Adelaide-South of Stanford & Burley'«, Hundred f Kuitpo. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 775 5 | 778 3 County Hindmarsh-One mile and a lialf west of Maccles- field, Hundred of Macclesfield. 2961 35 | County Light-About two miles north of the River Light east of the Pine Creek, adjoining the Moravian settlement, Hundred of Light 320 43 I 322 73 321 86 | 223 80 County Stanley- Farrell'» Flat, about three miles north of Mintaro adjoining the road from Mintaro to the Burra, Hundred of Stanley. 141 80 142 86 143 101 144 8» 145 8» 146 94 148 71 149 66 150 71 156 76 157 74 158 78 159 126 160 78 162 86 163 54 169 52 170 41 County Bnrra-About two miles west of Burra Hill, on the north boundary of the Hundred. Hundred of Apoinga....
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
The Wool Sales.-We liaA-e not liad time to aualyze the sales of Adelaide wools down to the close of the May markets, but Ave shall lose no time in doing so. We may note that some of our colonial groAvths realised good rates toward the close of the market. On the 22nd May Mr. H. P. Hughes sold 514 bales, shipped by Mr. Fisher, of Bundaleer, 156 bales fetching 11 Ul. per lb. in the grease, and 156 fetching Is. per lb. The lambs' wool realised the usual increase; a few bales fetched lid., and one lot as much as 1». 0\d.
SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
SHIP MAILS Tlie following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, August l8.1858. Mails will be dispatched as under: For Sydney and New Zealand, via Melbourne, per Havilah, on Saturday, August 21, at. 12. For Victoria, by the Gazelle, to Melbourne, this day, AVednesday. August l8, at 12; by the Triton, to Melbourne, this day AVednesday. August l8, at 2 ; by the Rebecca, to Melbourne, this day Wednesday, August if», at 10 ; by the Havilah screw-steamer, to Portland and Melbourne, on Saturday, August 21, at 12 ; by the Rebecca barque, to Mel- bourne, this day AVednesday, August l8, at ¡¡.30. For Van Diemen's Land via Melbourne, by the Havilah steamer, on Saturday, August 21, at 12. For Western Australia, by the Firefly, this dav, Wednesday, August l8, at 12.
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
LATEST DATES. From. Auckland. Batavia. Bombay. Cape of fiood Hope. Calcutta. Ceylon. England . Hobart Towu. Hongkong . Honolulu. Launceston. Madras. Mauritius. Melbourne. Xelson. Xew York. Panama. Perth, Western Australia Portland. Kio de Janeiro. San Francisco. ?. Singapore. Sydney. Valparaiso. Wellington. By way of. Date. Melbourne July 20 Melbourne April 30 Mauritius June 21» Melbourne May 2.» Melbourne Julv :s Melbourne Jlll>10 Melbourne June 1" Melbourne August 12 Melbourne Melbourne March 27 Melbourne August 12 Melbourne Julv :: Direct July 1 Melbourne July 10 Melbourne June 3 Melbourne April 30 - June 11 England _ Melbourne .lune 6 Melbourne Wune 12 Melbourne August li Melbourne March .".1 Melbourne Juue23
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
The European and Australian Company are in articulo mortis, if they are not by this time actually defunct. Supported as they have been by loans and grants of public money, and by the powerful influence of numerous commercial and political friends, they have, notwithstanding, achieved a failure Avhich can scarcely be looked upon as a misfoi'tune, for its elements and details are disgraceful to the enterprise of the age in which A\*e live. Indulgence has been earned to excess, but all to no purpose ; the incapacity of the Company is noAv patent to all the Avorld, and the failure of their latest effort at amalgamation Avith the Boyal Mail Company is only Avhat was foreseen from the beginning, and predicted from the moment it was foreseen. The bankrupt Company have presented a balance-sheet to their shareholders and creditors, and no Avonder need be expressed that the shareholders haA'e determined to give up the concern. We have not opportmnity, in our present number, to give the balanc...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
NEW ZEALAND. We have news from Auckland to the 20th ultimo. Of the late fire the New Zealander says :-?-" We have not yet received a detailed account of the amount of the various losses sustained ; but from replies obtained by the Belief Committee there is reason to hope that the total will not much exceed £25,000. Of this sum, however, not more than £10,000 worth was insured. The abov e total includes the value of buildings, stock, furniture, and other household and personal effects. A good deal of valuable property was saved. On the other hand, much that was saved was seriously damaged in the removal or by the rain. A public subscription in aid of the sufferers liad amounted to upwards of £1,300.
POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. MONDAY, AUGUST 16. [Before Messrs. [?]. Beddome. P.M., C. Lyon, J.P., E.J. Peake J.P., and Inspector Ha[?]ilton[?] J.P [?] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. 3Iom>ay. August 16. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome. P. AL, C. Lvon, J.P., B. ,T. Paafco J.P.; and Inspector Hamilton. .T.P 1 Tippling.-lliree persons wera crurged witht:i.s oTjnea and respectively fined los. and 5s. etch. Disorderlies.-Tliomas Kicholt* was charged with d's- " orderly conduct in Pirie-street, mid fine-"! 20?. Unsupported Charges.-Edward S'mnwn.', cha^er-d w^fh disorderly conduct in AVeymouth-street. on S itwlav n't'it, the 14th inst., was disahargad, the poliee cons'iY.e Inv'ie; f:iiled to prove his case. Simm Bowe wis clivge'l bv-.J'hi Horsnell, with stealing a bay horse, vilin2"j!. on the loth August. It appeared that the prisoner clajmf d and rennvcl tile horse as his own property, and the nrjsaautor havlaa; failed to sustain his charge, it was dism'sssd. Tüesdaa', August n. TBefore Air. S. Baddom?, P.AL1 Drunk and Disorderly-Five persons vv-» f!nnd in sums of 5s. and los. each for th»seoffenes,and ¡Fill'.am Morris waa tined 10s. for indecenc...
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. We are in possession of two telegrams from our Commercial Correspondent, both having arrived yesterday, although one of them was posted the day before. Melbourne, August 16. Business, which was quiet enough before, has been almost suspended in consequence of the preparation of English correspondence. Bran is looking up, and increased demand exists ; it has gone up to 2s. Butter is also rising, 2s. 6d. per lb. being demanded. Other quotations remain unchanged. Shipping.-Arrived-The Burra Burra and Admella, from Adelaide.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
AMERICA. Tlie steamship City of Washington arrived at Liverpool Avith NeAv York advices to the 5th of June. A Bill for placing the military and naval forces, and 10,000,000 dollars, with 50,000 volunteers, at the dis- posal of the President, to resist the pretensions of Great Britain, and authorising him to send a special ambassador to England, if necessary, had been intro- duced in the Senate. The House of Representatives, by a large majority, had suspended the rides, and re- ceived a proposition, which it referred to the Com- mittee on Foreign Relations, requiring the President to issue orders for the arrest of the offenders con- nected with the acts of British cruisers. The royal mail Bteamship Arabia, Stone, com- mander, arrived at Liverpool, May 23, from New York, with advices to May 12, and $458,156 in specie. A frightful accident had occurred on the Central Railroad by the crushing of a bridge near Sanguoit Creek, three miles and a half west of Utica, near Whitesborough. Seve...
SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E.: 4 p.m., N. Weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 9[?]30 a.m. 10 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
SHIPPING NEWS. Wind in the gulf Yesterday. 8 a.m., X.E. : 4 p.m., X. Weather ven- fine Hi«n Water oh the Bar this Day 9-30 a.m. | l0 p.nv ARRIVALS. Tuesday, August lï-The screw-steamer Havilah. 234 tons i Met ie, master, from Melbourne August 13th. J. Darwent, ' Town ; .1. Newman and Son, Port, agents. Passengers-Mr. I Edlin, Mrs. Ormerod, Miss Ormerod, Master Ormerod, I Messrs. Fraser, Peters, J. Wilson, Montcguni, Rae, Mrs. Kae. Miss .Taue Simmons, Messrs. Thorp, C'urnow. Montague, | Cameron, 3Iiss Kelly, Mrs. McXamara, Mcssr«. Richard , Pelhinger, J. Stilling. Stratton, J. Cliapmau, Underwood. Messrs. Williamson, Benskentv, Thomas Holland, W. B,ack- j burn, Mrs. liunce, Messrs. E." Windsor, Walrig, Lord, Mrs. i Lord, Messrs. Robins, Williams, Snell, 1'adler, Penrose, ' Williams.- Cotter, Stevens, Mclbo, Mrs. and Misses Melbo, I (3), and Master Mclbo. CLEARED. Tuesday, August 17-The barqueDunedin, 208 tons, Walker, master, lor Melbourne. Xo passengers. Barry and Bayley, Town ; W. ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
Shipping. s1 S1 F' I TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING AT PORTLAND.-The HAVILAH, ' Captain McFie, will positively sail on Saturday next, the 21«t instant. Passengeis to leave Town by the 1*40 p.m. Train. Cabin . £4 Steerage.£2 J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. d4 J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. 1TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING AT PORTLAND.-The ADMELLA is intended to siil on Tuesday next. Steerage fare £2. de BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbert-Place. IOR GOOLWA and MILANG.-The steamer ^MELBOURNE will be despatched as above, at 3 p.m., weather permitting, on Wednesday, 18th inst. For freight or passage, apply to FRANCIS CADELL," Exchange Building!) ; or to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, .TUN., & Co., Port^ !¿3s.^ TH7"OOL SHIP FOR LONDON DIRECT. TfftjFy W The fine fast-sailing brig TTTr ELIZA CORRY, 216 tons register, Al for 12 years, Captain W. H. Sharp, is on the berth for London.,.. Hie is under charter to sail first week in October, but'Mtfcg the whole of her dead- weight and two-thirds of lit* Tkti-go engag...
WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 18 August 1858
WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Fine flour, £n los. to £18 10s. ; wheat 7s. ed. ; bran, Is. 6d. ; barley, English, 6s. 9d. : Cape, ss. ; oats, none. COWIE & ASPIN WALL, Grenfell-street. August 17, 1858. Flour, £17 10s. to ¿l8 los. : wheat 7S. 6d. ; bran. Is. 7d. ; pollard, is. 9d. ; English barley, 6s. to 6s. 6d. -, Cape barley, 4s. 6d. to 5s. ; oats. 5s. BARRY & BAYLEY, li, Curric-strcet. August 17, 1858. RETURN OF IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. Return of passengers inwards and outwards, at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Saturday, August, 7,1858 : Inwards-Male adults, 47; female adults, 4: male children, 1 ; female children, 1. Outwards - Male adults, 2; female adults, 2; male children, 0 ; female children, 0. EXPORT RETURNS. Return of all wheat, flour, bread, and grain, the produce of South Australia, exported during the week ended August r 1858 : Wheat. 245 qrs. Flour .. 86tons. Bread and biscuit . A'i£ Grain-as barley . A'iV. Bran and pollard. l8 tons. Oats. Ail. SHIP...