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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS. [Before Air. S. Beddome, P.M.I Tipprixr - Pilli Jnr/i am iml Cathu nu JJiiman we e eicn fined ti foi this oflt nee Disoi DI I Li - /; II /ts Oatt s elm god th (Voulu Iv co i duet in Aloi phett sti cot vv is dismissed w lth i < u non Di STI roi ¡ON - In ¡do , nhi/ut vv is i"im m ought up for wandering ibout md li umg no v isi )le mt viv, of subsistence In insvver to Pis AY o hip is to vv h/ he did not applv to the Destitute V.SVlinn the piisonci sud tint the Bond h d chaigcil huu w lth being i lim ¡tie and tilt munt s v tie ali ud otbini He vv is sent to g lol foi i wuk with ihe view of bang ig un íeported upon is to his sa utv V l'or ici vi VN IN i itobni r -I oho" const iblo h> ni *?'?.»? > was chaiged on tilt lnfoiiuition of Ai ittbew Ginn with is smiting lum on i lu 1 tnot Vug ist pi imtguillj Al itth vv titi in «shot malu ot Ros ni si <_t rt po» I tint o i *sund iv night ibout 11 o clock ii w isw illiiigmt ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

IMPOUNDING?. Impounded at the Public Pound, Tungkillo, Section 192 One red and white spotted cow, IS off rump ; one red and white bull, about eight months old, no visible brand ; one red cow, white face, rump, bellj-, and tail, like US or SS oft' ribs, hole near ear, notch off ear ; one red steer calf, stump tail ; one red steer calf, white bellv*. If not claimed, will be1 sold August 23,'1858, at noon. "The v-ellow cow, advertised1 July 15, 1858, as branded GS and numbers under near ribs, now appears --» over C and numbers uuder near ribs, PW near rump, illegible brand off rump ; and the said cow will be sold on Mondaj-, the 2nd of August next, bv order of the District Council, according to section 5, Act Xo. 4, 1836. JOB HOBBS, Poundkccper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Aldinga-One yellow steer, down horns, white on belly and tail, like W near shoulder; one brown and white cow, star in forehead, near horn cocked, tip off off horn, like <-j off rump; one red bullock, of...

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ADELAIDE WATERWORKS COMMISSION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

ADELAIDE WATERWORKS COMMISSION. TUESDAY, AUGUST IO. Present-Messrs. O. M. Waterhouse (Chief Commissioner), Jobn Lazar, and U. N. Bagot ; also the Engineer. Read, a letter from Messrs. Philip Levi & Co., acknow- ledging the receipt of the Board's letter, and stating that they had given instructions to their Port Agent respecting the damaged pipes. Ordered to be file-1. Read, three letters from Mr. Maclaren on the proposed scheme of cleansing the City of Antwerp, enclosing invoice of bill of ladina per Revival, and announcing further shipments per Idalia, Ellen Masters, Torres Tors, ant! the Orient. To be filed. Read, two letters from S. C. Homershani, acknowledging the arrival of the samples of Torrens water, and covering sundrj* tracings of sc«rew-co"ks, &c. Ordered to be filed Read, a letter from the Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works, calling for a complete draft of the proposed new Act, and enclosing the Treasurer's report on the proposed schemes for redeeming ...

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THE VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLE. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

THE VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLE. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir - Unless nipped in the bud, it seems we aro likely to have a custom spring up of charging for admission to places of religious worship when anything/ out of the common is going on. Now-, I should be sorry to see such Spurgr-onif-ing here ; but I would ask your opinion whether, after having paid my money to witness a religious coremonj', or hear a discourse. I could strictly be considered out of order to hiss, clap, encore. &c. according as the performance delighted or displeased lue. Like yc-ur correspondent, " Nbncon," if f paid entrañe-«, money, I should be inclined to look upon it as an amu-e m out ; but, in so doing, I am troubled with a kind of notion that I should be making fun of RELIGION.

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SALISBURY.—LAYING THE FOUNDATION-STONE OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

SALISBURY.-LAYING- THE FOUNDATIOX STONE OP ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. We ha\e been kindly favoured by a correspondent with the follow mg account of tins interesting sei vice -On Tuesdav, 17th inst, the corner stone of St John s Church, Sahsburj, was laid b> the Bishop of Adelaide in presence of a large proportion of the mil ibitants of the township and surround mg district 1 he day \\ ould be called at home a line summer's d ty, and the bauners w ith which the churchvard and school- room were decorated, ind the drc«ses of people who were making hohdav, gave a cheerful aspect to the scene, which was much increased b> the evident fact that tlu gaietv of the pconle was then spontaneous exhibition of earnestness m a good emse Ihe stone hav ing been laid, and the prajers and psalms usual on suih an occasion having been reid, the Bishop addressed an animated appeal to the assembled people, detailing the progress ot the mission in tlutt place uud« circumstances of gieatihsrouiagement at the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

% ______Auctions._ ^ THIS DAY (Thursdayl. August 11». ' BYORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. fX RE COLLISON, INSOLVENT. 1^0 BE SOLD bv Auction, by the GOVERNMENT . AUCTIONEER, at the Rooms of Messrs. Wick steed, Botting, Townsend, & Co.. This Day (Thursday), August li), at 11 o'clock 3 NUGGETS 1 Gold Watch and Chain 2 Riugs (daniairedl 1 Rraeolct. " THIFTDAY (Thui-sday), August 19. BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. IX RE BATHURST. INSOLVENT. TO BE SOLD by Auction, by the Government Auc- tioneer, at the rooms of Messrs. Wicksteed, Bot ting, Townsend, k Co., This Dav (ThursdaT), August 19, atllu'clock :5 BROOCHES 1 Gold Chain îî Rings 1 Vinaigarette 2 Seals 1 Cross 1 Seal 2 dozen Table Napkins 1 Cruet Stand 8 Decanters 1 Pickle Jar 2 Vases 2 Carving Knives and Fork« 1 Steel 12 Knives and 10 Forks 3 China Vases 1 pair Candlestick--. LEONARD W. THRUPP, Official Assignee. FREDERIC WICK8TEED, Government Auctioneer. " THIS DAY (Thursday), August 19. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

AGRICULTURAL and HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.-The Grand CHAMPION PLOUGH- ING MATCH and Trial of Implements will tike place at Woodville, Port-road, on Wednesday, the. ?5thin*-tmfc, and the ANNUAL CATTLE SHOW, on Thui"-«!av, the .26th, nt the Cattle Yards. Judges of the Ploughing arc req-ic-tcd to moot at Symon's Halfway House, opposite, at 2 o'clock, p.m. ; ind of Implements, on the ground, at Í) o'clork, ,a.m. Judges of the Cattle Show, at the Secretary's Office at the Cattle Yards; at 10 o'clock, .a.m. For full particulars and Prizes, seo Observer of ßUt instant, and Chronicle of tli3 14th : or applj* at tho office of the S «cretary, whore L:sts of Prizes, &c. may bo obt lined. Publicans wishing to have booths, he, at the Match and Show, must apply to the Secretary. A Dinner at White's Rooms. G. S. Kingston, Es-q-, President of the Societj-, in the Chair, on Thursday, 26th instant, at half-past 5 p.m. Tickets 10s. caoh. FRED. S. C. DRIFFIELD. Seerotary Grenfell-street, two dnnrs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

Shipping. 1TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING k5 AT PORTLAND.-The HAVILAH, Captain McFie, will positively sail on Saturday next, the 21st instant. Passengers to leave Town by the 1*40 p.m. Train. Cabin .£4 Steerage.£2 J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. d4 J- DARWENT. Gilbert-place. ¿TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING AT PORTLAND.-The ADMELLA ia intended to sail on Tuesday next. Steerage fare £2. de BROWN & 1SBISTER, Gilbert-Place. »LACK BALL LINE OF BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN PACKETS. For LIVERPOOL.-The world-renowned clipper ship MARCO POLO, 1,626 tons register,- Al at Lloyds, James Clarke, com- mander, will be dispatched from Hobson'» Bav punc- tually on Tuesday. August 31. This pioneer of Australian clippers is now so well known, that it is unnecessary to refer to her superior advantages as a passenger conveyance. Suffice it to state that no expense lias been spared on this favourite ship to render her accommodation and equipment perfect m .very respect. -£_ , The Marco Polo Ls still commanded b...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Wednesday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Wednesday, August l8. There have been no sales worthy of notice at any of (he auction-rooms to-day ; and the advices from both Kngland and from the colonies brought by the Havilah yesterday, are not cheering for the most part. A little Hour is 'offering at current prices, but few bujers are to be found. The same remark applies to wheat, which ¡is worth 7s. 7d. in town, and for very fine and well cleaned samples, Í3. 8d. has been given. The enquiry for wheat, delivered at the Port for ex- port, is quiet, and a lot offered to-day at 7s. 10d., failed to bring forward a buyer. Bran is* still enquired for at Is. 6d. to Is. 7d. This week's clearances for Melbourne, will include the Dunedin, Gazelle, Rebecca, and Havilah, with probably Hie Cuba, from Willunga. Copper lias further receded to'£96 per ton. WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Fine flour, £17 lO.s. to £\v los. ; wheat, 7s. 6d. ; bran, is. Gd. ; barley, English, Cs. 9d. ; Cape, 5s. ; oats, none. COWIE & AKPI...

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ENTRANCE FEES TO PLACES OF WORSHIP. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

ENTRANCE FEES TO PLACES OF WORSHIP. To the Editor of tlie ADVERTISER. Sir-I observe in your valuable journal of the lOlh instant, a'letter signed ''A AVesleyan," in which m j' name is introduced. Permit me, Sir, to state, to prevent anj* false impression obtaining ground regarding ni j* views respecting, "'compulsory" payments in support of Chris- tianity-firstly, that I have no knowledge whatever as to whom (he writer of that letter is. Secondly, that con- sistently with the views I have ever held, I would utterly scorn and repudiate any scheme to promote the progress of our common Christlimitj*, of which " compulsory" paj-inent forms'a part. It is not fo be wondered at that Ihe par.'on who advocates the plan of a price being paid for admission into the temple of God (which has bean erected bj* the voluntary contributions of the people of this counliy). should be ashamed of his name. I trust the day has gone by when anj* respectable lunn will dare to advocate in his own name compul...

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To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. "?»ii-Pet nut me to ask vou a few question1* as vou say von ne ov ti whelmed with lettei s on tb s subject -1st, by whom ne thev witton ' 2ndly, for who e înteiest^ and ^ullv bv w horn paid foi * I foitunately, possess a lew hi oíd au cs, but neither myself noi familj who will heieaftor be onie ] os->e sed ot them (I hope) h we the le ist idea but that the me isuie vv ill be a great boon to us ill md those with whom I com eise aie of the same 02iimon Who, then, aie the writers of the letteis you speak of, and b\ whom paidl I stronglj suspect by the pi ofensión or their clei ks and theu pay ni I haye had much fu too much, to do with these gentlemen, and it is the iii st time I ev ci knew them act so dismtei ested i p n t Mi Ton ens tells the public that his Act is founded on the ."?hi" ping Act of England Permit me to i elate my o vu c\per ence About twenty j ears since I was much connected with shqping m Enaland, and have built sailed and owned, o...

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THE NEW COLONIAL SECEETAEY. [From the European Times.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

THE NEW COLONIAL SECEETAEY. [From the European Times.] [Tille-*.«? we ave greatly mistaken, the adhesion of Sir E. Bulwer Lytton' to tlie Derby Cabinet, will prove -what, is called in the theatrical world " a great success." TÎP enters on official life with a reputation, and his ambition will be spurred to great efforts. It «o happens, however, that the branch of the Govern- ment committed to his charge admits not of showy displays. The duties" are sternly practical, and colonial administration in the3e latter days is a very ¡.online affair; but the novelist statesman will try hard io make a name in connection with the colonies, and ol' this we may rest assured, that if lie cannot achieve the brilliant in such an atmosphere, he will be at least practical. Certainly lie will do no1 hing verj- absurd. Tn too many instances the cleverness of clever men forsakes them in matters personal to themselves. Mr. Diäraeli's reecnt exhibition at Slough is the latest instance of such folly. But o...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17. (Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.) Re JAMES THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST IT. (Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.) He. JAMES THOMPSON. This was an adjourned final hearing. Mr. Andrews appeared for the estate, Mr. E. Monis as Trade Assignee. Mr. John Brown read his report as follows :-The accounts in this estate are unsatisfactory. If Mr. Thompson's verbal statements be correct, he has been insolvent from the earliest date of the accounts, having mortgaged all his laud to his father for sod/., a long while before his return to the colony and having borrowed 200/. to pay for his passage, outfit, ami certain goods brought out with him. These goods were' sold at a loss, and he received a further remittance from his father for 25/. according to his statement ; but so/, according to his books, notwithstanding thealleged incunibrances on the land soon after his return, he appears to have dealt with it as his own selling certain allotments and receiving the money ; and in 1851, the insolvent owing .£100 to a Mr. Cock, agrees to lease ...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. WEDXESDAY, AUGUST IS. [Before Air. R. F. New-bad.] T NSLPPORTU) Ci» v ,t"i -IhnmisCi I /'/v aselnvgel bv j the apprehending const il le with h nins: m his 'i ssrsson I on the t M nmg of luesdiv i bindi ol rlotiio mrt l'If« tobicto toi the possession ot which h" could not nip rlj ici nuit Police constab't 1 011 dc,i)s I -mt i' m t ) o elo k on the evtinng m question he nut thopusimti ou fin l'oit mid and iski d lum w 1 it the bu i lk s pont mied v hen h» îepbed In thought svv ig iiom ih» 1 iwli t lev did n t belong to bun be w is onlv tik ng them u¡i th ii d f ii mother pirtv AY îtness cuitiouctl prisonti wh"ii tiling lum m charge and upon st miling the 1 undi" found if to consist of se mien s clothing vv th tin txception ot tilt ?JV-VO ihe piisoner said to witness that hi bi]on<.»rl to th» Uibeeta buque the pi ona tv ftmud on linn hld mt smc» bien el unie 1 YIi linket* foi the pn-mr stit"d th .* h (pi ison« ) hid bt n requested In i jin tv w'io...

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THE MACLAREN VALE PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

THE MACLAREN VALE PLOUGHING MATCH. The Maclaren Vale annual ploughing match came off on Tuesday last, on a section belonging to Mr. Goss. The weather was most favourable and the attendance unusually numerous. A large number of ladies upon horseback honored the exhibition with their presence. There were several refreshment tents upon the ground, and a number of pastimes such as quoits, skittles, jump- ing, ko., were resorted to during the dajr, and tended pleasantly to beguile the five hours and-a-haif allowed to competitors to finish their task. The object of the Maclaren Vale Society has been from the commencement to stimulate and encourage the youngsters of the district, and hence it will be seen from the rules and regulations that it was deemed advisable to exclude those whose previous exhibitions had shewn that it would be perfectly futile for any but first-class hands to compete with them. we allude to this circumstance thinking it may be worth the consideration of other societ...

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CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 August 1858

CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17 Present - Hon. S. Davenport, M.L.C. (Chairman,) Dr. ! Gosse, Mr. J. C. Paisley (Private Secretary to his Excellency the Governor), Dr. Wyatt (Chief Inspector of ¡schools), Mr. .Smith (Second Inspector), and Mr. E. W. Wickes (Secretar)'). CHIEF INSPECTOR'S REPORT. , The following schools were reported as inspected : Prospect Villa-Miss Congreve. Attendance, 23; pupils present. 17 ; discipline, good. Enfield-Mrs. Partridge (successor to Miss Shaw). Attend- ance. 36; pupils present, 32; discipb'ne, medium. Recom- mended for licence from July 1, ult The CHIEF INSPÇCTOR observed that the present school was an improvement OH its predecessor. The neighbourhood was a poor one, and consequently a school of a high das« ', could not be expected there. Sturt-street-Mrs. Hoskings. Attendance, 46, including two destitute children ; pupils"present, 24 ; discipline, good. > Mitcham-Mr. Mugg. Attendance, 40 ; pupils present, 31 ; discipline, good. Ba...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE ALLEGED ATTEAIPIED BUBGL\KY IN HINDLEY-»THEFT.-In reference to this case, includod m our police report of Thursday, we have îeceiv d several communications Mi. Stephens states that, IU stead of go jig home on Satuiitav afte noon and returning bdtween 3 and 4 o'clock ne\t morning, he left his stoic between 3 and 4 o'clock on Thuisloy ifternoOn, returning about3next morning Janies Lovel}, of Hilifax-street, referring to the alleged correspondence between the iooi pi ¡nts in Mr. Gilbert's gai den and Nimuel Robeils's shoes, sa j s th it he could find 1,000 pans of shoes ot similar description in an hour, and that the footprints prove nothing. We hive d«o received a letter fiom Myponga, signe I bv hve settlei» tlicie, shipmates of Suuuel RoberN, and who empress the r disbelief in his

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. llIUKSDVl, ALOUST 19 DRLNKFNNFSS - One uiiiortunite victim of this too pre- valent vice was lined in the usual penalty ol 5s

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LOCAL COURT—REDRUTH. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

LOCAL COURT-REDRUTH. TUESDAY, ALT.UST IT. Ass VULT - 7b//« Paul w is charged with assaulting Henrv Nankervis, landlord of the Court-House Hotel, Redruth Complainant stated tint on the 16th in«tant a quirrel occuned m his house, and that he «eparated the combatants \nold man wa« rather troublesome, and witness dragged lum into a room bj himself, and because he would not allow the old man to return to the bar defendant committed t'u issault Cress examined bj defend mt-I had the old man m ny ai ins, and could not strike v ou m retui II AA illnm ( )hv u leposcd that the quand aiose between lum and the old man bout the purchase of a colt, which ended m blows, the old man being dragged aw av as stated bv last witness >>aw the issault committed Alan Burgess, in the complainant s i mployf stated that defend mt interfiled w ith her muster, and struckiflum against the table, then again, and then with .motin r blow knocked linn on the floor 1 hev had a struggle .1111 vv hen they got up d...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, Tungkillo, Section 192 One red and white spotted cow, I's off rump, one i ed and white bull, about eight months old, no v i«ihle brand, one red cow, white face, rump, belly, and tail, like Its or ¡5*5 off ribs, hole near ear, notch off ear, one red steer calf, stump tail, one red steer calf, white bell} It not el timed will be sold August 23, 1S58, at noon "The }ellow cow, advertised .fuly I1;, isis, as branded GS and numbers under near ribs, now appears -^ over C and numbers undei near ribs, P1V near rump, illegible brand off lump , and the said cow will be sold on Monday, the 2nd of Vugust next, b> order of the District Council, according to section 5, Act Ko I, 1856 JOB HOBBS, Poundkeeper Impounded at the Public Pound, Aldinga-One vellovv «teer, down horns, vv bite on bellv and t ni, like TV neal shoulder, one brown and white cow, star in forehead near horn cocked, tip off oft horn, like «r¡ oft i innp, one red bullock, off horn cock...

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