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LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
LOCAL COURT-PORT ADELAIDE THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] ARÜSTVE LANGUAGE.-Thomas Daviesappearpd tonn infnr mat on by Mr John Anthony Manager at thf?poTfêrt£ South Australian Company, for making use of abusive language likely to cause a breach of the peace. John A¿thnwí°Tn,i "í-íí that he met tne defendant on the Maclaren Wharf on Saturday last and made a demand for an amount of 9?. due to the Company for rent Defendant said he could not pay until he had the money. Informant told him that he had received instructions to proceed a«ainst him. Defendant then commenced abusing him. usin&lt;* epithets not fit for ears*polite. This was not the first occurrence of the kind, the defendant having previously, on different occa- sions,, been abusive to Mr. Anthony. Mr. Anthony cross examined by Mr. Boykett, who appeared for the defendant - Could not name the bystanders, and hart made the reouest for payment in an under tone Told defendant in the course of the wranglin...
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-His Excellency the Govcrnor-in-Chief, accompanied by his suite, opened the second sess'.on of the present Parliament. The members of the House of Assembly attended at the bar. His Excellency having read his addresB, withdrew; with his staff. Two or three formal notices of motion were given, and a Committee was appointed to draw up an address in reply to the B;JCCC1I. Adjourned till Tuesday. August 31, at 2 p.m. IN THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.-Mr. G. C. Hawker» member for "Victoria, and Mr. John H. Barrow, mem- ber for East Towers, took the oath and their seats. Tlie Spec ker having rcroitid the receipt of His Ex- cellency's speech, the same WAS rend to the House, and a Committee was appointed to proparc a reply. Various notices of motion were given bj- bon. mem- bers, and documents laid upon the table Ly the Govern- ment. Adjourned till Tuesday, August 31, at 1 p.m.
MAYOR'S COURT.—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
MAYOR'S COURT.-ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. WATER CARTS.-The following owners of licensed water carts were fine I in the various sums set opposite their names, for infringing the 9th section of the bye-laws, which requires that every person who shill h ive taten out a license for supplying the city with water shall, du-ing the night, have his cart full. John Anderdon, Union-street, fined los. and 5s. costs. James Down, North-terrace 10s. and 5s. costs. W. Macnamie, East-terrace, 10s. without c ists. Joseph McCoy sent in a plea of not guilty, and sent the fine 10s., but did not attend himself. The plea was received and the money accepted. James Greewoood. of Hindmarsh-squarc, was fined I?. 5s. for being guilty of this offence on two occasions. Patrick Maedonald, Pirie-street was final in the lowest penalty, los. Andrew Tormay, Pulteney-street, fined 10s. without costs. STORING OF HAY.-The cases against Mr. Hodgkiss and Mr. Jepp, adjourned from last Court-day, were withdrawn, upon t...
POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. [Before 3Ir. R. F. Newland.] CONVICT PREVENTION ACT.-William fíenill, who had been sent back from town for the the evidence of w'ttnesss, was brought up on the information of Police-constable Sullivan charged with being in this colony unlawfully, he being under sentence as prisoner of the Crown. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and stated that his sentence had exprired before leaving Western Australia. Police-constable Ford deposed that while in Western Australia in 1355 he had seen the prisoner, who was then working for 3Ir. AVelhurn, publican, opposite the Convict Depot at Guilford. Witness was not in the police service when he first saw the prisoner, having left the service Joined the service again in 1856, and saw the prisoner in March of that yea?, when he was pointed out to him by the authorities as a convict. He now recognised the prisoner. Believed he arrived about eleven mouths since m the Henry and Mary, cutter, and had been l...
MUNNO PARA WEST MONDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
MUNNO PARA WE9T 3IONDAY, AUGUST 23. Present-Messrs. Crettenden (Chairman), Saint, Diment, and Lindsay. Four tenders received for clearing stumps, trees, &e, from Mr. E. Dyer's to Mr. E. Underdown's; H. Rosewaine's, at Iii. Wa, accepted. Four tenders for similar clearing from 3Ir. Chas. Patter- son's to Mr. William Buckley's; John Ryan,at 15?., ac- cented. Three tenders for clearing from 3Ir. Andrew Truan's to Elin Chapel ; George Herford's, at 12?., accepted. Mr. H, Rotewaine engaged to dear the road from Mr- £. t - . . - - - Underdowns to Sturton Chapel, of stumps, ftc. ; also, road adjoining Mr. R. Jasper's. Mr. S.CrettendenJun., engaged to cut a dyke adjoining Section 52, for li. 6s. ( Dr. Fisher to be communicated with relative to medical aid to the destitute. . i Paid E. Dwyer, li 10s., for removal of stumps ; J. Häuser, 11?. 18s., for ditto ; John Ryan, 25?. 8s., on account of forming roads; stationery, 3f.*7s. 9d.; and the Clerk, four months' salary. J - , Clerk hande...
INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] Re JOSEPH MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
INSOLVENCY COURT. .THURSDAY, AUGUSTUS. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann. ] . J?e JOSEPH MORRIS. There was an adjourned final hearing in this estate. Mr. Wigley appeared for the petitioning creditor. Mr. Atkinson attended for the insolvent, who wasfiiresent Mr. R. B. Colley, accountant for the estate, was ateo in attendance. , Insolvent, examined by the Offldal Assignee, stated that he sold the lease which he had from Mr. Waterhouse to Mr. ¡Scott, on the 3rd June. The deeds had been left at Mr. Atkinson's in 1856, and had never been removed. When the lease was conveyed to Mr. Scott,.insolvent did not give up the deeds, because Mr. Atkinson had a Hen on them for law costs amounting to 60l. 'The bill of costs, now produced, was rendered by Mr. Atkinson in July, 1858. The law case between insolvent and Mr. Rankin was conducted by Mr Atkinson, who said nothingat the time about the bill ofcosts. Insolvent had an apprentice named Patrick O'Donnell, and left the indenture at Mr. Atkinson s abo...
REPRESENTATION OF THE CITY.— REGISNATION OF MR. TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
RÈ^JlÈoiaNfATION OF THE CITY. BESIGNATION OF ME. TOBBENS. On Friday evening, a meeting of the citheens of Adelaide was held in White's Assembly Room», for the purpose of considering the circumstances under which Mr. Torrens resigned his seat as one of the representatives in the House of Assembly for the City. The meeting was very numer- ously attended. Amongst those upon the platform we observed Mr. Burford, M.P., Mr. Duffield, M.P., Mr. Andrews, -M.P., Mr. Barrow, 31. P., Mr. Peake, M.P., Mr. Townsend, M.P., Mr. Gleeson, M.P., Hon. Mr. Morphett, Messrs. T'oin Icinson, J.P., J. M. Solomon, Marks, M. Smith, Dr. Bayer, E. Solomon, Daniels, Stowe, Wearing, the Hon. the Speaker of the House of Assembly, SEC. The chair was taken by the Worshipful the Mayor. Mr. Torrens, who had been invited to attend, entered the hall shortly after 7 o'clock, accompanied by the Hon. Captain Ellis, and was loudly cheered. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, said he had called the meeting in complian...
NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
NOTICES OF MOTTON AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1858. NOTICES OF MOTION : 1. Mr. YOUNGHUSBAND to move "That the Standing Orders Committee for the present Ses- sion consist of the following members, viz. :-The President, f nb? f-iv1 Baker- Mr,( Davenport, and Mr. Young 2- Major O'HALLORAN to move "That this House has received with much satisfaction the answer from Her Majesty's Government to their Address of the 20th January last, in which Her Majesty his been gra- ciously pleased to accede to a request from this Council, that a portion of the .trophies taken by the British Troops durine the late Crimean War might be presented to Her Majesty'« loyal subjects of this Province." ~u&lt;-o^ o 3. Mr. FORSTER iin.I0 m*°YS a -?solution «Pressing the gratification of this ?TTw8tt'ps ProPose&lt;i to betaken by Her Majesty* Government for annexing to lins Province til- territorv lying between its western boundary and the eastern boun- dary of W...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1858. The second Session of the Parliament of South Australia, under the new Constitution, commenced on the 27th instant, but the event did not appear to excite as much interest tit usual, the galleries being but thinly filled. Shortly before IL' o'clock, a military guard was drawn up in front of the Houses of Parliament, and in a few minutes the shrill sound of tin trumpet announced the arrival of His Excellency tin (iovernor-in-Chief. The members of Council present at tliit period, were the Honorable the President, the Honorabh the Chief Secretary, and the Honorables Messrs. Forster. Davies, Hall, O'Halloran, Ayers, Morohett, Davenport. Everard, Baker, Captain Scott, Bagot, A*. Scott, and sub- sequently the Surveyor-Genera!. His Excellency arrived al a lew minutes after 12 o'clock, and was received at the dooi of the Council Chamber by a number of honorable mern bera. His Excellency, who w...
SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E.[?] 4 p.m., N.E. Weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 6.30 a.m. 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. Ni[?] ARRIVALS (COASTING). [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
SHIPPING NEWS. Wnn> in TBK GULP YMTKIDAT. . an,, NE. . 4 p.m. N.E. Weather very fine, HIOH WATS* ON THE BAB THIS J>AT. «aea-m. I 4 p.m. ARB1YAL3. "au,_ _ _ _ ARRIVALS (COASTING). Friday, August 27-The-paddlè-steamer Melbourne, 75 tons. King, master, from the Goolwa. Passengers-Mrs. Lawson, Joseph Hill, and F. Bannan. Cargo-l box. Darwent; li boxes, Phillips and Co. ; 410 bags ore, N. V. Squarey and Co.; 32bags bran; R Cadeli 86-Bags bran, F. Cadell; 86 do. do.. Elder; Stirling, and Co. ; 2 boxes; Williams. Same day-The cutter Gem, 52 tons. Jenkins, master, ürom Port Elliot and Encounter Bay. No passengers. > Cargo- so tons flour. Barry and Bailey; 22 tons bran. Darwent ; 60 sheepskins, 4 hides, Taylor; 3 tons potatoes. Newman and Son ; and sundry pkgs. luggage, addressed. GUICHEN BAY SHIPPING. [Per Magnetic Telegraph.] Guichen Bay, 27th Instant Wind N., strong; weather cloudy, indicating rain. Nothing Insight Arrivals and departures, atL ' GOOLWA SHD?PING. [Per Magnetic Tel...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
Shipping. STEAM TO MELBOURNE.-The HAVILAH sails on Thursday next, September 2. J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. 1TEAM 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 OTICE TO MURRAY RIVER SHIPPERS.-RANDELL'S LINE ¡?OF STEAMERS.-The steamer BUNYIP, bavirg returned from her first trip up the river, will be despatjhed for the Darling, Murnmnbridgee, and Swan Hill, without de'ay. For frtLht, eailv application is requested. de ELDER STIRLING, A CO. F' 10R GOOLWA and MILANG.-The steamer MELBOURNE will be despatched as above, at 3 p.m., weather permitting, on Tuesday, 31st inst. For freight or passage, apply to FRANCIS CADELL, G.lbert-place ; or to d3 W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., fe CO., Port. TEAM TO GUICHEN BAY. NOTICE.- During the following months the steamer ANT, Frederick P. Snewin, Commander, will sail between the above ports eve...
CLARENDON. MONDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
CLARENDON. MONDAY, AI GD ST 16. Present - The Chairman, and Messrs. Morphett and Douglass. Mr. Daly, Clarendon, presented a sketch of piece of lard required by Bond and others, to connect the district-rot d with the main-road. Mr. Budgen to inspect tue locality. Mr. Tapley's offer to give an exchange of road through section 75, was considered satisfactory. The Councillor for that part of the district to ins.iect the proposed new road. Letter from Dr. Montgomery respecting stoppage of roads from Happy Valley to Coromandel Valley. The parties to be written to. Books to be audited first week in September, and balance sheet to be laid before Council at next meeting. Application to be made to Central Road Board for culvert at the crossing of the district-road, Flagstaff-hill. Sums passed for payment : -George Quigley, labour at foot of Flagstaff-hill, 15/. ics. 5d. ; J. Muslin, stone, &c, 18Í. 4s. ; Donne! & Son, labour, c1. 18s. 2d. ; Klose, 40 cubic yards stone at 4s. 6...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
YACHTING.-A grand match for £50 a-side, between the "Lady Macdonnell" and "The Collette" has been arranged to come off on the 23rd of September next, at Milang. The final deposit of the stakes took place at Messrs. Aldridge and Bayston's, Adelaide, on Monday, 23rd August. Considerable interest attiches to this event, not only in the sporting world, but generally ; and should "The Coquette," tue town favourite, prove herself to be the victor, the attention of the colonial ship- builders will, no doubt, be directed to her shapes and lines, which are stated to be extremely beautiful. We understand she has one peculiarity in her build, being without a keel, but in its place is attached a centre-board, so arranged as to be self-acting in case of snags or shoals ; and, consequently, she is enabled to navis^ate shallow waters-a great "advantage over vessels with the per- manent keel. The " Lady Macdonnell" is reputed to be the fastest craft in South Australia. A large sum of money, it is e...
NAIRNE. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
MONDAY, AUGUST 23. Present-Messrs. J. T. Bee (in the chair), John Kain, and William Giles. The Clerk reported cash in hand 46l. 17s. 1d., and in Bank, 156l. l63, 11d. Letter received from Dr. Colthurst, accepting the terms &nbsp; for attending destitute poor, as stated in Chief Secretary's letter dated 5th August. Mr. Giles moved, and Mr. Kain seconded, that ten cattle per 80-acre section be allowed to depasture on waste lands for year ending 30th June, 1859. Clerk to put up public notice in Nairne, that on and after 1st September next persons obstructing the main line of road by leaving wood, drays, &c, will be prosecuted. Memorial presented to the Council, with the bye-law, to be submitted to His Excellency for approval. Accounts ordered to ba paid :-Clerk, for salary one quarter, 15l. ; J. N. Braunsthal and staff, road work, 9l. 2s. 6d. ; Henry Jackson, Ranger, balance of salary to '1st July last, 8l.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
Auctions. -»---^-- ? '?? -?? ? - .?- ?? ABSTRACT OF SALES BT AUCTION at the EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. GREEN, PAR¿7& LUXMOORE. This day (Saturday), August 28, at the Mart A Large Miscellaneous Sale of Drapery Ironmongery Fancy Workboxes and Desks Pickled Salmon Pork Same day, as per advertisement Bay Horse. Same day, at the Mart, at 11 o'clock 33 Woolpacks Without Bstervt. ALSO, 50 Woolpacks Without reserve. All slightly damaged. On Tuesday, August 31, at 11 1 case of Borks From Chambers, Edinburgh. ALSO, About 200 volumes of Standard Works, the Library of a Gentleman, sentto auction for unreserved sale. On Wednesday, September 1, at 11 6 bale3 Curled Hair 1 do. Green Baise AKD 6 cases Men's and Women's Hosiery. On Thursday, Sepf ember 2, at 11 o'clock 1.000 brshels Malt 35 tors Liverpool Salt 20 case' Coleman's Blue Coleman'.** Mus'ard 10 cases Anchovies 70 boxes Sydney Soap 6 bales Clovep, each 1 cwt, 20 cases Starch &c., &c, &c., EXCHANGE WOOL SALE-ROO...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thurday, August 26.] APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
GOVEKNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thurday, August 36.] APPOINTMENTS. Local Court, Port Adelaide.-3Ir. Francis Westcoat Wy- man, to be Bailiff, from the 19th instant, vice Perry. Local Court, Angaston.-3Ir. Philip Percival Warburton, to be Clerk, from the 1st proximo, rice Scaife Local Court Magill.-3Ir. John Strawbridge, to be Bailiff, from the 18th instant vice Burton, resigned. Local Court, Redruth.-3Ir. John Bentley, to be Bailiff, from the 2Gth instant vice 3IcNamara. 3Ir. John 3Iooney, to be Keeper of the Public Pound, on Section No. 400, Township of 3Ielrose PUBLIC POUND. The stockyard erected on Section No. 400, in the Township of Melrose, near Mount Remarkable, to be a Public Pound. VACCINATION. The following gentlemen to be Town and District Vaotá nators, under Act No. 16 of 1853, intituled "An Act to ex- tend and make compulsory the practice of Vaccinât ion." C. Davis, for North Adelaide B. F. Frankis, for West Adelaide W. H. Sholl, for Eist Adelaide H. E...
YANKALILLA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
YANKALILLA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. Present-Mesare. Herbert (Chairman), David Davies, W. Fergusson, and James Smith. &nbsp; Three tenders received for cutting and forming road at Stony Pinch. Let to P. Hefferon for 10/. Letter received from Mr. R. Burgis respecting a bad place in road above the pound. Mr. Herbert to attend to it. Letter from Mr. Wilson respecting road closed near Mr. Gardner's, and in reference to footpath in Yankalilla Town- ship. Account received from Dr. Mcintyre for attendance on Kezia Morris's infant. The Clerk to see to it. The Chairman reported that he and Mr. Randall had con- firmed the last assessment, amounting to 6,824.19s. 6d. One appeal against it, and the amount reduced 5/. Tenders to be invited for repairs at the Dry Creek and Dairy Flat roads. Slaughtering licenses granted to Thomas Osborne, Edward Jeffery, and James Biddle Depasturing licenses granted to Edward Jeffery and Robert Wenham.
TALUNGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 28 August 1858
TALUNGA. MONDAY, AUGUST 23. Present-Messrs. W. Phillis (in the chair), F. Kuchal, J. Moore, and H. Giles. Letter from Sir. A. Hardy, referring to dangerous condition of road near Borkmann's ; from W. Giles, Esq., in con- nection with the road through Section 6156 ; from F. Kuchal. wishing to be relieved from his duties as Councillor. Con- sideration deferred till next meeting. Application received for a slaughtering licence from Mr. Robert Carrail. Slaughtering returns were received from Messrs. W. Hicks and G. Hausler. Timber licence for three months was granted to A. Leider. Messrs. Edward Prescott and Benjamin Walker, attended as a deputation from Mount Torrens, and presented a memo- rial requesting the performance of certain works on the road &nbsp; through the township. Consideration deferred till next meeting. Tenders were received for metalling, &e, near Bolt's, from , Messrs. Thomas Owen, £24 16s. 6d. ; Mr. O'Connor, £13. Thomas Stott, £9 1os. The latter was ...