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

We hasten, with the utmost satisfaction, to in- form our readers that Mr. Gregory, the com- mander of the exploring expedition into the heart of the Australian continent, has achieved his great work, is now in this province, and will-in a few days-appear in Adelaide to re- ceive at the hands of the citizens, that tribute of praise which he has so nobly earned. "We shall anticipate his arrival with much delight, and shall be prepared to hail his presence amongst us as that of the Livingstone of Australia. It was only on the 27th of March last that Mr. Gregory left the last station on the Moreton Bay side ; and now he is on the road to Adelaide. The details of his journey, the particulars of his discovery, the perils he may have encountered, or the pleasures he may have experienced are yet to be learned. But even from. the small amount of information at our command it is plainly to be seen that Mr. Gregory's journey over the desert has been a much more profitable and pleasurable chara...

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TALUNGA. MONDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

TALUNGA. Monday, July 12. Present-Messrs. II. Dawson (Chairman), H. Giles, and J. Moore Circular received fruin the Commissioner of Public Works, enclosing forms to be complied with previous to obtaining grants in aid of private subscriptions. A letter received from J. Farragher, poundkeeper, Mount Torrens. Mr. E. Brice, poundkeeper, Mount Pleasant, produced his monthly returns, which were examined, and paid over to the Council £17 2s. 6d." surplus of cattle sold from pound. Tha Chairman reported having, as authorised, arranged with Mr. Eglington to construct two fords near the Robert Burns, for £5. Mr. H. F. Sphere attended, and requested that directions should be given to clear the road leading from his farm. The Inspector was directed to examine the same, and report at next meeting. Eight tenders were received for cutting through the hill top and filling hollow near Neumann's ; and that of Messrs. Bethews and Logan, at £16 12s., was accepted, being the lowest. A depasturing certi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. Eodystone.-Our correspondent's letter is handed to our reporter. We agree with "Eddystone," except when really humourous cases are in question. The Angaston Rate Meeting.-Wc regret to find that our reference to our inability to report this meeting in-our paper of Wednesday (on account of not getting pruot in time from the licgister) has been misinterpreted by'our contem- porary. Wè assure him that our only object in writing the paragraph was to suggest to country correspondents the necessity oí their yii'iiij/ special instructions, along with their manuscript, when they required proofs to be sent from one office to tile other. Our correspondent at Angaston advised us to go to the Jleriistcr Office for a proof, and we therefore concluded that he'had instructed that office to give us one. But this had not been done, and the Jler/t'ster, conscipicntlv, had not put the copy in hand until it was too late to supply us with slips. AV e had no feeling of having been unfairly...

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PORT GAWLER. MONDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

PORT GAWLER. Monday, July 12. Present - Messrs. Gilks (Chairinm), AA ilkinson, and Ridgvv i> Received a letter from the Commissioacr of Public Works, relative to private «uibsciitttion« Reccivctl a memorial Bom ton ratcpaver«, requesting to repair a bad place on the mad be two n sections 17 f ami Ul The Inspector to examine and riport ne\t meeting Resolved, tint tonde s be invited for milting a crossing place ov cr the Salt Cree'c, on the North Westiin road, flie Clerk to prepare a speei'icat'on Mr Benjamin Poster granted permission to fuice across the road between »»ections 4J7and i is, for three months Mr Kiclnrd Gilles granted permission to fc>i<»eacioss the road between Sections 460 and 497, foi three months Received, Thomas Manuels and Ridgvvav's hlaughtcinig returns, and Charles Donaldson's impounding îeturne raid, the Treasurer, £55 9* lojd, rnteB, and £5 IO« id, depasturing licence

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

Victoria Theatre.-Miss Marie Nelson tooK   her benefit last night as Pauline Deschapelles, in the " Lady of Lyons," The house was very well filled, and would doubtless - have been crowded had the   weather been more favourable. Miss Nelson excited agreeable surprise in the difficult part of Pauline, and delivered some of the best points with consid ar- able power. The audience appeared disappointed in Claude Melnotte, which was performed with an inap- propriate vehemence. Mr. Greville, as Colonel Dumas, pleasantly relieved the piece. Mr. A. Nelson shone as a fop of the Mephistophles school. Mr. Miran displayed a careful reading of his part, and the other characters were sustained creditably. At the close of the first piece Miss Nelson, who was loudly called for, came before the curtain, and delivered a short address, which was very well received. The per- formance closed with the "Return from India," whieh has been noticed under the title of "The British. L...

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MR. GREGORY'S EXPEDITION INTO THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

MR. GREGORY'S EXPEDITION INTO THE INTERIOR. We have been favoured with the following letter on the subject of Mr. Gregory's journey across the interior :— " Exploring Camp, near Mt. Hopeless, 27th June, 1858.         "Sir—I have the honour to inform you that the ex- pedition which was dispatched by the New South Wales Government in search of traces of Dr. Leichardt, has arrived at the out-stations on "Lake Torrens." "The party left the last station at Moreton Bay, on the 27th of March, and reached the head of the Victoria River on the 17th of April, but except one of Dr. Leichardt's camps in lat. 24° 25' long. 146° 6'. No trace   of that unfortunate explorer was discovered.   "In the course of the expedition the "Victoria River"   was traced through "Cooper's Creek" into "Lake Torrens," the details of which I shall do myself the   honour to communicate on arriving in Adelaide, for...

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NA[?]NE. MONDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

NAIRNE. Monday, July 12. Present-Mr. J. T. Bee (Chairman), Messrs. Kain and Hillman. The Clerk reported cash in hand £14 15s. 5d., and in Bank £154 10s. 7d. Samuel Harding, Nairne, appeared before the Council, and was appointed Ranger, to impound straying cattle in the township and district of Nairne. Letter read from the Commissioner of Police, Adelaide sending eight staves and book of instructions for the guid- ance of the constables recently appointed by the Council to act in Nairne, Kanmantoo, and Callington Letter read from Mr. Light, Ryethorn, complaining of the straying of cattle in that township. An answer to be sent him, stating that a Ranger has been appointed to impound them.   The Council order that a list of parties holding timber licences be published in the Observer and Weekly Chronicle newspapers, stating the dates, when granted, and when they expire. Mr. Hillman moved that Tenders be called for fencing in the Nairne Reserve, which was seconded by the Ch...

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GAWLER TOWN. [From our own Correspondent.][?] Gawler, July 13[?] 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

GAWLER TOWN [From our own Correspondent] Gawle, July 13. 1858. A meeting of gentlemen interested in the objects of tha Gawler Agricultural Societj-, took place this evening at the " Old Spot Inn :" Mr. George Warren in the chair. Mr. James Martin stated that the Committee (which had just sat), had decided the ploughing match should come off on the 13th of August, and that various gentlemen had been appointed to make the necessary arrangements both for that and the annual dinner. Fifty pounds had been provided, and no doubt a much larger sum would be forthcoming. Eleven prizes would be given 1st Prize for Men . A plough. 2nd " " . ¿6 0 0 3rd " " . 4 10 0 4th " " . 3 0 0 5th " " . 2 0 0 Gth " " . 10 0 1st Prize for Boys . £4 0 0 2nd " " . 3 0 0 3rd " " . 2 0 0 4th " " . 10 0 5th " " . 0 10 0 The question was then raised whether tho exhibition of stock, which the Society contemplated making, should take place on the same day as the ploughing mutch, but as owing to the inclemencj' of th...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PEICES CUEEENT. ALE AXD PORTER, &e o o o o O 10 O 9 O 10 o o o o 0 9 7 15 6 10 7 15 6 10 6 10 6 0 6 10 6 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 0 65 0 O 0 0 0 0 10 o O 13 0 l8 0 17 0 17 0 15 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 4 6 0 4 0 0 17 0 0 15 0 0 13 6 0 17 0 O IS 0 Ale- .£ " Bass's, No, 3, duty paid, per hhd. ..8 5 AU-iopp'S.Í io Salt&Co,'s,>'o 3.7 0 Worthington kRobertson s .. ..7 0 Cobb s, per ditto.0 0 Charl lugton s per ditto.5 10 Other brands, pei ditto.5 10 0 Friend's All&opp's, per dozen .. .. 0 11 3 Bvass s Bottled, pel ditto .. .. 0 11 0 Dunbar's, ditto ditto .0 10 0 31 irzetti s, ditto ditto.0 10 0 Tenucnt's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 Hal pel's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 Hibbert's, ditto ditto.0 9 0 Budge's, ditto ditto .0 9 6 Hobson'8, ibtto ditto .0 9 0 Evans's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 Ba »s s ditto ditto, red diamond ..096 Otherbrands .0 7 6 Stout-rnnn-'n's XX, per hhd. 7 10 0 Ditto X, per ditto .. ..600 Taylor's, ditto .7 10 0 Hoare s cuto .6 5 0 Bai c'a>V ditto .6 0 0 Wh...

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VICTORIA. (From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne, July 2, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

VICTORIA. (From our own Correspondent.) Melbourne. July 2, 1858. Politically au c1 commercially, things are ex- tremely dull in this city. Parliament has been further prorogued until the 10th of August, and is not likely to he called together for the despatch of business before October ; had the Houses as- sembled on the 8th of July, a resolution would have been introduced simultaneously in the Council and Assembly, condemnatory of the sys- tem upon which the Government of Mr. O'shanassy-for lie ia, de facto, the Govern- ment-has administered the patronage belonging to the Crown. It is alleged, and with some show of reason, that an imdue preference has been exhibited, in the appointments which have been made since the present Ministry carne into oific-e, for the fellow-countrymen and co-re- ligionists of the Chief Secretary ; and this has given great umbrage to a community, of which foiur-iifths are English and Scotch Protestants. Tiie eíH >rls made by Mr. O'shanassy to strengthe...

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SEVEN DAYS LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

SEVEN DAYS LATEE ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the Admella from Melbourne ' we are put in possession of European news to the , 24th. April, seven days later than previous dates. | We are indebted for the intelligence to the Mel- I bourne papers, those journals having received i files by the new clipper ship Lincolnshire, which i sailed from Londonon the 21th April last. j ENGLAND. Mokbtabt Affaiks-The aU-absorbing topic of discussion has baen the Chancellor's Budget. Those portions of it having reference to the Sinking Fund, and to the postponement of the payment of Exchequer bonds, have been favourably received ; but a strong opposition has been raaised to the proposal to affix a penny stamp upon every cheque issued. In the pre- sent slate of the money market the postponement of the payment of the Exchequer 'bonds is regarded by the holders as a positive boon. StiU we are of opinion that B3 the Budget contains very few disturbing ele- ments, andas the trade of the country is evid...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a. m. N.W., very squally; 4 p.m, W., fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 6.30 a.m. 7 p.m. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. Wind in the Gulf Yesterday. S a.m. N. W-, very squally ; 4 p.m, W" fine. High Water on tub Bar this Dat. e-:;o a-m. | 7 p.m. ARRIVED. Same tînv-rhe Govciujieu* spooner Yatala, from Cap« Boni i niPORTS Caigo of the Eliza torrcv, from the Mauritius-For Mel- bourne, 4,2i4 bags sugar CLEARED     Thursday, July 15-The barque Victoria Packet, 170 tons, Fenwick, master, for Sydney. Passengers-Madame Lee, two   Master Lee's, Miss Lee, Miss E. and Miss G. Lee, and Patrick       Kelly. CLF VKED (COASTISO) Tlumdav, July lo-flie barge Su- William Forster, 37 tons, D Edwin1«, master, for Port Wakefield No passengers C argo-1 cask porter, l bag sugar, a eases whiskey, 4 casks porter, 2 a «is wine, lease Geneva, 1 cask wine, 1 bax rice, i bacs not itocp l keg treacle, 2 cases wine, 1 keg rum, for srti!crt( bimediiv-The paddle steamer Melbourne, 76 tons. John- stone ma* ter tjr the Goolwa No passengers Carg...

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

THE NEW PAPERS.-TOc South Australian. Adver. tuer, and the South A vstr alian Weekly Chronicle, have been called into existence by the universal demand of the public for a new Daily and a new Weekly Journal, in harmony with the Spirit of the Age, of independent tone, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the opinions of the majority, and at the same time giving free scope for the exposition of the views and wishes of the minority. To harmonize the various industrial interests of the Colony, to prove, that although diverse they are not .pposed, to reconcile free discussion with good feeling, to ?give to every citizen a medium through which he may utter his opinions, and to uphold, none the lass, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopta, will be the undeviating aim of the New Papers. Politicians will find in the New Papers a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the leading q...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

VICTORIA. Our commercial correspondent, writing from Mel bourn», on the 12th instant, says : The markets here for the past fortnight have been totally devoid of animation in any single article. Such universal de- pression is scarcely remembered ; the cause it is difficult to arrive at. Some say people are waiting for the now overdue mail ; but this is beginning to be a stale excuse, more espe- cially in the present instance, as the Victoria was never ex- pected to be punctual, and the previous usual daily, aye, hourly, question, "Any signs of the mail?" hag not been in every- body's Ups. In Eastern produce tnido has been quiet, with a slight downward tendency in the value of sugars. However, the known wants of the community contrasted with the stocks on hand and expected, will likely check this ; while the firm- ness of holders may even compel the trade to advance their offers. Teas-The stock bas lately been added to by the arrival of the Oxna, but her cargo has not yet been offered...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, July 8.] SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

GOVEENMEífT GAZETTE. [From the Goi-crnment Oir:ittc of Thurdav, July S.) SALE OF CHOWN J,ANDS. JN'otice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offrrcd for sale by public auction at the Land Office. Adelaide, on Thursday, the 5th day of August, 1858, at li o'clock. Deposit 20 piT cent. Spécial Country Lots. County Frome-On and adjoining the "Willochra Creek, Angas's Head S'ation, north-east ol' Mount Remarkable. Hundred not named. Lots 17U7 to 17120, inclusive, as under : Sec. Acres. Price. Spc. Acres. Price. 490 IPS £419 0 ! . 4U2 120 £135" IO 401 120 220 5 | 404 121 148 10 Country Sections-Upset price, £l per acre. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek, east and north-east of Mount Remarkable, east of the Coonatto Road, near Angas's Head Station. Hundred not named. Lots 17121 to 1713t, inclusive, a«, under -. Sec. Acre 403 121 495 121 490 121 SOO 90 yOt 121 502 121 503 120 Sec. Acres. 504 121 505 121 500 121 £07 121 508 120 509 121 510 115 County Li...

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THE NORTHERN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

THE NORTHERN EXPLORATION. The following despatches from Mr Babbage and companions, have been placed at our disposal by the Commissioner of Crown Lands - (No. 8.) Pernatty Creek, June 14, 1858         Sir-I avail myself of an opportunitv of forwarding   letters down the country to send you a further account   of our proceedings since the date of my last letter.     I have been unable to start on my exploring trip so   soon as I proposed, having been obliged to send down to the main camp for a further supply of provisions, and   to see Mr Harris to make arrangements for his further     proceedings during my contemplated absence. The water at Beda has failed altogether, and I have there- fore had all the horses sent up here. On Mr Harris's       return from this camp, where he came to see me, I accompanied him to the Pe...

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LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS. INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 15. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] In Re CHUBB, HILL, & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS. INSOLVENCY COTJET. TUTTHSDAY, SVLT 15. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mahn.] In Ile CirtJBB, Hili, & Co. This was a Special meeting for the examination of witnesses. Mr. Andrews appeared on behalf of the insolvents, and Mr. Gwynne for the Official Assignee. The object of the examination appeared to be to sift the nature of the transactions of the insolvents with Collison and Bayly. The ca°e having excited a great deal of interest we give the evidence at full length. Thomas Caldecott Chubb examined by Mr. Gwynne. I gave Collison & Bayly receipts for a large quantity of produce. Those receipts embraced quantities which I did not receive at the time. In all receipts vv ere given for more than T received to the extent I should think of some 500 tons. I had produce under my control belonging to Collison & Bayly to which the receipts I gave did not relate, and which was not in- tended to be affected by such receipts. I cannot tell exactly what th...

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

Auction»._ THIS DAY (Friday), July l8. EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. LIVERPOOL SOAP. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAT OOICCBBN. GREEN, PARR, & LUXMOORE, will Mil byauc ' tion, at the Mart, This Day (Friday), July 16, at 11 o'clock GW in diamond 78 Boxes-STEELE'S SOAP. THIS DAY (Friday), July 16. EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. EX ATLANIC. SARDINES. JAMS. TO GROCERS AND OTHERS. GREEN, PARR, & LUXMOORE, are instructed to sell by auction, at the Mart, This Day (Friday), July 16, at ii o'clock 7 to 31. 25 cases, each 200 qr.-tina SARDINES. 32 to £6. 25 cases, each 100 half-tina Sardines. ALSO, 10 cases, each 4 dozen Batger's Assorted Jam«. 50 cases, each 25 lbs», Hales Patent Spann Candles. To-morrow (Friday), July 16, at 11 o'clock. THIS DAY (Friday), July 16. EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. TO GROCERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. GREEN, PARR, & LUXMOORE will sell by auetion, at the Mart, This Day, (Friday), July 16, at 11 o'clock ID Bags Dark Brown MAURITIUS SUGAR 10¿ tierces Pickled Salmon, ju...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 16 July 1858

NEW SOUTH WALES. We have Sydney papers to the 6th inst. The Com- mercial intelligence is unimportant. All resident Foreign Consuls not engaged in commerce, have been elected honorary members of the Chamber of Com- merce. The Barque Annie 470, Captain Smyth, of Belfast, was wrecked near the spot where the ill-fated ship Catherine Adamson went to pieces, at the North Head in Sydney. She is a total wreck, and, with her cargo, uninsured. Chinese Service. - On Sunday, July 4th a reli- gious service in the Chinese language was held in the school room adjoining the Congregational Church, Pitt-street, Sydney. The service was conducted by a Chinese christian who is engaged in mercantile pur- suits in the colony. The ceremony was similar to that of Dissenting congregations. About 200 Chinamen attended.

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. Beddome, S.M.] THURSDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. Beddome, S.M.] THURSDAY, JULY 15. DRUNKENNESS.-Ann Langston was fined 10s. for being drunk, and using obscene language, in Grenfell street, on the previous evening. FELONY.-James Croswell, Bullock driver, was charged with stealing from a cart, at Glen Osmond, on the 12th July, instant, one dozen Scotch twill shirts, seven meat stands, an iron stand, three toasting forks, a gridiron, a coffee pot, and various oilier articles, the property of James Ripley, of Adelaide. James   Ripley, Byron-place, hawker, identified the articles produced." They were in his possession last Monday, at the Miners' Arms, Glen Osmond. Some of them were in and attached to the cart, when he left it to get some dinner, at the public house. When lie liad left the public house a short time he missed some of the articles from the cart. He wv3 then on his road to town. Saw the prisoner at ti:? public bouse when he went there, and when he left ii. Some of the article...

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