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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

MUNICIPAL CORPOEATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. Present-His Worship the Mayor ; Aldermen Elliott, Gland- field, and Wright; Councillors Wyatt, Goode, Thomas, Williams, Hugall, Sabben, Birrell, Hilton, Osborne, and Baldwin. The Town Clerk also was present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, and the Town Clerk then read a letter from John Conway upon the subject of an alleged deficiency of metal placed upon Compton-street, and wishing to know the reason that the work, which had been approved of bv Mr. Mills, the ex-Sur- veyor, and also by Mr, England the present Surveyor, on his first visit, should have been objected to on his second visit, and the payment for the same threatened to be stopped, and also asking" for a fortnight's further time to finish Norman street. It was ordered that a replv be returncl in reference to Compton-street, that two inches of approved metal would be accepted in satisfaction of the terms of the contract, and that the time asked, in referenc...

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SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

SHIP MAILS The following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General 1'ost Office, Adelaide, August 25.1858. Mails will be dispatched as under-. For Great Britain, by the contract packet, to Suez and over- land, via Melbourne, on Saturday, September li. For New South Wales, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Thursday. 'August 26, at io ; by the Ad- mella, .steamer, via Melbourne, on Thursdav, August 2G. at 2. For Victoria, by the Burra Burra, steamer, to Melbourne, on Thursday, August 20, sit 10 ; by the Admella, steamer, to Melbourne, on Thursdav, August 2G, at a. For Tasmania, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Thursday, August 26, at io ; by the Admella, steamer, via Melbourne, on Thursday, August 26, at 2. For New Zealand, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Mel- bourne, on Thursday, August 26, at 10; by the Admella, steamer, via Mc-Ibounic, on Thursday, August*2U, at 2. For Western Australia, by the- contract packer, ...

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DEY CREEK NEW LABOUR PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

DRY CREEK NEW LABOUR PRISON. This extensive building, designed by G. E. Hamilton, Esq., C.E., and executed by Messrs. Hales and Reynolds, of Port Adelaide, from the drawings and under the super- intendence of Mr. W. H. Abbott, Overseer of Works, will, it is expected, be entirely completed and fit for occupation in the course of this Aveek. The first view of the structure on passing through the barrier gates sug- gests an idea not over-flattering as to the inhabitants of this colony-having the appearance, as we believe it Actually is, of being the largest public building in South Australia. The following description will probably be Interesting to those who have not had an opportunity, as strangers, of visiting this locale : The Prison, contains 145 cells for solitary confine- ment, and is capable of restraining in durance vile as many as if not over 500 prisoners, should occasion ne- cessitate. It is built in the form of a cross, and that oortion which runs from east to west 'first ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., S.W.: 4 p.m., S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 5 a.m. 5[?]30 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE G ELF YESTEBDAT. S «.in., S.W. : 4 p.m., S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAT. 5 a.m. | 3-30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Tuesday, August 24-The ship Alma, 546 tous, K. B. Gil- kison, master, from London Mav l8, Plymouth. May 24. Elder, Stirling, and Co., agents." Passengers-Mrs. K. lî. Gilkison, Mrs. Whittle and servant, Messrs. Humby, Blades, and Smith, in the cabin ; and Dr. Croft, Mrs. Croft, James 1: second cabin. [Per Electric Telegraph.] Wednesday, August 25 The screw-steamer Burra Burra, 230 tons, C. "Harper, master, from Melbourne 19th August. Hall & Co., Agents. Passengers-Messrs. Gibbs, Bryant, R. Wave, King, Mrs. Wave and Mr. Burton in the cabin; Messrs. Kevnolds, Sandhurst, Cullen, Sideman, Sarvers, Hibbert, J. 'Edoff, McGcorge, Miss Bartlett, Mr., Mrs., and Miss McGecck, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aveling, Master Aveling, Miss Arwood, Messrs. C. Pollard, Boyne, McNicols, SHchael. Mauivell, and 3Irs. Holmes in the se«md cabin. Same (¡a v-French barque Ville...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

Shipping. STEAM TO MELBOURNE DIRECT.   The ADMELLA sails on Thursday next, at 4 o'clock.   Cabin fare, £5. Steerage, £2. BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbert-Place. Train 3.30, p.m.   STEAM TO PORT LINCOLN AND PORT AUGUSTA.-The steamer MARION, Captain Ward, sails on Saturday next, the 28th instant. JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Town and Port. J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. d5 NOTICE TO MURRAY RIVER     SHIPPERS.-RANDELL'S £LINE     OF STEAMERS.-The steamer BUNYIP,   having returned from her first trip up the river, will be despatched for the Darling, Murrumbridgee, and Swan Hill, without delay. For freight, early application is requested. de ELDER STIRLING, & CO. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON DIRECT. The fine fast-sailing brig ELIZA CORRY, 216 tons register. A1 for 12 years, Captain W. H. Sharp, is on the berth for London. She is under charter to sail first week in October, but having th...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. BREAD AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

ADEL VIDE REFA1L PRICED BRI VD AND HOL«. Bread, 5d the 2-lb loal I lour, d V lb BLTCHiR's MF VT Beef, 4d to «d f It. Pork sa to lOd Y lb Limb, is to "is I?* qr A cal, &d to îod ¥' lb Mutton, 4d to 7d %. lb DURI PRODLCF Bacon, Colonnl i«tois2dt? tb H uns. colonial, 1« ed 4? lb Butter,fresh,lsodtolstrd-b- lb Hams, English, Is ed to 2s ".-Mb Ditto, salt, none Milk bd to «d t- qn irt Cheese, tolonml, lstols2dl- lb Ducks, 3s to 7s 1? pair Ditto Dutch is K1 f1 lb 1-owK cstoss \r couple Ditto, English, ¿s !r tl> (nest, 8s to 10 each Ditto, Swiss, is id y lb Pigouiis, 2» to 2» wl I"pair Lard, is to is 6d \f lb Rabbits, i«, to ss V ¡nu Eggs, is 4d to is 6d "? dozen 1 inkc\ s, ios to 16s e.ieh FIslI. WILD FOWL. &.C Cra\ fish, each, 2s rd to 5s Pei ra mk'es, per pint, ed Ducks, Wild, & pair, 5s to 12s Quails & Brace. 1s 6d       Lobsters, taeh, is to 12s fe lit 1 ish, bd I- lb Murnrt Cod, e ich, 5s i tal, t" brate, is Gd...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

SOUTH AU S THALIA. GOVEUXOR-IN-CIIIEF-Sir ïî. G. MacDoimcll. Private Secretary-, .T. C. Paisley. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-His Excellency the Govcrnor in-Chief, tlie Chief Secretary, the Attorney-General, the Treasurer, the Commissioner ol' Crown Lands and Inniiiçra tion, and the Commissioner of Public Works. Acting Clerk -('. Lyons. THE MINISTRY-The Chief Secretary (lion. W. Young- husband), the Attorney-General (JÏ. D. Hanson), the Trea- surer (lion. H.T. Finniss), the Commissioner of Crown. Lands and Immigration (Hon. F. S. Dutton), and the Commissioner of Public Works (lion. A. Blyth). LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Number of electors, 11,920 (voting as one constituency). Members, l8 (one third of whom retire every four years). The following is the list of members, in the order in which tiley retire, as decided by lot. To retire in four years Houourablcs J. Baker, W. Younghusband, A. Forster, A. Scott, C. H. Bagot, and S. Davenport. To retire in eight vears -J. S. O.Halloran, J. Morphett, E. Stir...

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STURT AND BRIGHTON PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

STURT AND BRIGHTON PLOUGHING MATCH. It has latterly become so generally understood that each district in South Australia has its annual ploughing   match, that the residents of Sturt and Brighton saw no just cause or impediment why those districts famed as they are for possessing some enthusiastic agriculturists should not conform to the general rule. Accordingly about a dozen gentlemen connected with the district and with agricultural pursuits, assembled a few weeks since to make arrangements for the match, which came off on the 23rd instant. At the outset it was represented that   very little interest would he felt in the affair ; that the subscriptions would be very trifling ; and that the prizes which the Committee of Management would be enabled to offer would consequently be too insignificant to invite any considerable competition. Contrary, however, to these prognostications, contributions flowed in liberally, and   tho prizes offered wer...

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THE CORPORATION LOAN AND NEW TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

THE CORPORATION LOAN AND NEW TOWN HALL. On luestlav evening a public meeting AAIS held at Gieen s Lxtliin0» l»ooms for the puiposc ol iscert iin'îîg the A levis oí the citizens m refcience to the proposition» emanating f i oin the Corporation to i use i loan of 30 000/ . lipjn dcbciituitsloi the pin pose of cicctm¿ a i own Hill and othei buildings upon vvli it is 1 umbali) known a« the Corpo latioi Acic m King A\ ilium sticet ihcieAveic innut 450 persons picsent lhechairwas tnktn bv the Al oishmlul the, Tivoi Aiho silted tint the meeting li id bc"ii comciici" m nimm i «omeiilut d fluent fioin the Usiiii corns», is the Coipoi ltion hid eilkd it without i mcinoi lal irom the citizens 1 oi the 1 i«t ihree or foin v cars it li id been dec ned des i iule to ci cet buildups up ui til- Cor poi ition icrc and within the list fortweht i hird report had been bl ought up It v\ is thought tint th building» whieh it was pi oposed to ci ort would not onh b oniauienl ii but lucrative It w is i mit...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, 3Iilang-One chesnut mare with small blaze In forehead, like S over ~ with S under, or « over 1 with ~ S under near shoulder, a small wliite spot on both thighs ; one bay horse, lame near fore foot like ringbone, like blotched T near shoulder, a few white hairs in forehead-, one dark iron grey or roan colt, stalin forehead, hind heels while white, like P off shoulder ; one large bay horse, black points, short tail, small star in fore- head, like RF near shoulder, supposed to have been the property of Dr. Hawker, late of Strathalbyn. If not claimed, will be sold September 13, isss, at noon. HENRY «ALLS Pouudkeeper. nunn, m.n »-níln,,. .».""i i -V ll uon.lO'HCCl OK l-l IS, li CC I, Oil MK-braX áf Hb":' t,Ä*P »"«^l «f¿l» white about head and bell- braX tik^VriZ Arr ^ ribs, like C3 near rump, lik¿ BY off «J irï f ^ "TS ?i be sold August 30, 1858. at noon th,S"' J1 not cl''"lled' "V"'U WlLLIAJrjTAMILTO^ Pounteeper. sirnivoerry neuer can ai lier ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

SACRED HARMONIC SOCIETY.-The third con- cert of this Society was held last evening at White's Rooms. Wc have not previously had the pleasure of noticing the progress of the very commendable and useful efforts made by the ladies and gentlemen com- posing this Society. We understand that the Institution commenced under encouragements extremely limited; but, through the untiring energy and care of those who took it in hand, suggested no doubt by a consciousness of the rosily beneficial nature of their motives, the Society has gradually gone on increasing in numbers and excel- lence, and the proceedings of last evening fully proved the perfect success of the originators. The room was very largely attended by a most respectable audience there being about 600 ladies and gentlemen present. The performances of the orchestra throughout the enter- tainment proved that the several pieces had been most carefully rehearsed and studied. They all merited and received the general applause of the au...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.] TUESDAY. AUGUST 24. DESERTION. - Mtchael Dermody was charged upon infor- mation of Anne Dermody, his wife, with neglecting to sup- port her, and with noncompliance of an order of the Court of the 30th December, 1806, awarding payment of 20s weekly for that purpose to Mr Ingleby, and upon which a balance was   due of £86 Defendant pleaded not guilty Ann Dermody deposed that she remembered the order of the Court since which she had been hi ing in many places Had hied with defendant about six weeks of the time. Had only received £1 from him besides Dunng the time she lived with him, subsisted principally upon potatoes and salt. She had been living part of the time upon credit, and for about three months at the Destitute Asylum. Had never asked defendant   for money as she would prefer having nothing from him. De fendant put several questions to the witness who produced     &...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

WE suppose that when Parliament meets one of the first matters to engage attention will be the great Camel question. It is. indeed, possible that sheep may carry the day against camels ; but if the Legislature do not interpose in some way or other, the community will go crazy in the matter of camels and dromedaries. It is not only in South Australia that camels and drome- daries are in everybody's mouth ; the same pro- pensity in favour of these "' ships of the desert" affects Victoria, as recent papers from that colony sufficiently show. It may, perhaps, be permitted us. anticipating as we do the stern rigidities of Parliamentary routine, to forestal that heavy ordeal by a sort of free-and-easy with those delightful pets of Saharas and deserts-the camels of the East. The Argus of August 19th contains the an- nouncement that a gentleman in Melbourne offers a free donation of £1,000 toward the pro- motion of a judicious scheme of Australian exploration. Who the gentleman may be we do...

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ANGASTON. [From our Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

ANGASTON. [From our Correspondent.] Th« Trustees of the Steam Flour Mill held their first meeting on Saturday last, for the sale of shares in tho new Company, and at the close of the meet'ng the Chair- man reported that the total number of shares mentioned as sold by the Trustees present was 20S. Th? capital required is £2,500, subscribed by 500 shares at £5; therefore, as yet. only two-fifths of the required shares are taken up, and unless cons'derable activity and exertion ii d splayed by the Committee in hunting up purch \ ers of shares, the mill will not be built in time for the com'ng harvest. A severe shock of an earthquake was felt throughout the district on Saturday evening last, about 10 o'clock ; and another shock about 8 o'clock on Sunday evening ;       residents in the neighbourhood of North Rh ne, Evandale,       Salem Valley, and Angaston Townships, about the same   time in the ...

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LYNDOCH VALLEY. [From our Correspondent.] August 24, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

LYNDOCH VALLEY. [From our Correspondent] August 24, 1858. On Saturday last, at 10.10 p.m., the shock of an earth- quake was very distinctly felt in this township and neighbourhood, accompanied with the peculiar low rum- bling sound usual to such phenomena. It appeared to come from the south-west, and pass over the valley in a north-easterly direction. The motion was not very great, but sufficiently so to shake the glasses and articles of light earthenware in the shop windows. The effect was palpable for about 25   seconds. It was perfectly calm at the time ; sky rather cloudly-, and tolerably moonlight. I understand that another slighter shock was ex- perienced on Sunday, at about 3 o'clock a.m., and again at 7 o'clock p.m. Whilst in chapel the sound was dis- tinctly heard, but no shock felt. Similar effects are re- ported from Pewsey Vale and Mount Crawford. A most distressing accident occurred on Wednesday last at Glen Para, the residence of David Randall, Esq.", J. P...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] Re JAMES BALCHIN. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] Ile. JAMES BALCIIIN. The insolvent attended at this his first meeting. Mr. R. B. Colley, accountant for the estate, was in attendance. Mr. Ingleby appeared for Mr. Hicks, who had been retained for the estate. The insolvent signed his declaration, and Mr. Ingleby was about to examine him, when the Commissioner enquired whether this examination was to be taken down in the form of question and answer. fIf so, it would compel him to sit up till 12 o'clock at night. After the singular decision given at the Supreme Court, re- quiring depositions to be given in the form of question and answer, he (the Commissioner) would take care that certain stereotyped questions should for the future be put to every insolvent. The insolvent, examined by Mr. Ingleby, said that in Sep- tember, 1857, he had purchased a section of land at the Meadows from Mr. Alexander Anderson. The Official Assignee said it would save time to examine Mr....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

. -> -' .' Auctions. THIS DAY (Wednesday), August 25. TO IRONMONGERS. HARDWAREMEX, AND OTHERS. 171 SOLOMON & CO. are instructed to sell, at the li« City Auction Mart, This Day (Wednesday), August 25," at 11 o'clock 1 Cask TIN SCALES 1 do. Falling Axes. THIS DAY (Wednesday), August 25. TO SADDLERS, HARNESSMAKERS, AND OTHERS. i _ i E SOLOMON & CO. aro instructed to sell,'at the . City Auction Mart, This Day (W'adnesday), August 25, at 11 o'clock 2 Cases SADDLERY 1 do. Harness. THIS DAY (Wednesday), August 25. 12 BALES WOOLPACKS. 1 DO. FLAX TWINE. TO MERCHANTS. SHEEPFARMERS, STORE- KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. E SOLOMON & CO. are instructed to sell, at the . City Auction Mart, Tins Day (Wednesday), August 25, at 11 o'clock 12 Eales of WOOLPACKS, each CO 1 do.3 ply Flax Twine, 3 cwt. THIS DAY (Wednesday), August 25. TO CORNFACTORS AND OTHERS. E SOLOMON & CO. are instructed to sell, at the . City Auction 3Iart, This Day (Wednesday), August 25, at 11 o'clock 200...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 25 August 1858

BIRTH. On the 24th instant, at Kensington, the wife of J. Pappin,   of a daughter.   DIED.   On the 22nd instant at Vauxhall House, Norwood, Calista     Matilda, yougest daughter of Mr J. Z. Sellar.     At Addington place, Camberwell, in the 77th year of his     age, the Rev. George Laurie, formerly of Reading, Berkshire,   father of Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M., Port Elliot. The deceased had devoted more than fifty years of his life to gratuitous   administration in visiting gaols, workhouses, the sick and     poor by whom his loss will be deeply regretted. He was also one of the first to identify himself with the interests of     South Australia in connection with the South Australian   Company's Bank.    

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 August 1858

CAPE OF GOOD IIOPE. By the arrival of the Alert in Melbourne, we are put in possession of a month's later nears from the Cape. We take the following from the Age: The columns of the Cape journals are chiefly filled with details of the disturbances on the frontier with the Kafirs. The settlers in the frontier districts are exposed to frequent inroads from the natives, avhich generally terminate in loss of property and life. The correspon f dent of the Cape Daily Times, of the 24th, wiring from the Orange Tree State, givea the following latest accoun' of the state of affairs, in letters dated Juue 14th and 17th :-" Day by day this State becomes more full of events tending to an issue which no one can protend to foresee. Dangers thicken around us from all quarters, sind, in consfquenc? of the coavardice or tardiness of our burghers, tho^e dange-s increaso daily. The Volksraad has broken up, and the results of the sitting are but 'trifling. In consequence of the troubles on our western ...

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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [From our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 August 1858

VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [From our Commercial Correspondent.} Melbourne, August 25. Very little general business has been, done to- day. The Edmund Graham's rice is all sold, prices commencing at £22 per ton, and closing «t£20. Cossipore sugar realised £59. In the grain market, wheat and flour aro both unchanged. Bran is not in such brisk demand as before. There are rumours of tavo or three failures. f SHIPPING. ABRITED.-Tlie Eesolutc, from Boston; the Thomas Quincy Adams, from New York.

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