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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. One or the I"arty.-We hope that the talent and beauty of which you are in search will reward your matrimonial aspi- rations, "But a ball-room is not always the best place to look for a wife.

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THE HORTICULTURIST. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

THE HORTICULTURIST. GARDEN OPERATIONS TOR THE WEEK SEPTEMBER 4, 185S. . ?°¿cus Saccharatcs-Sow.-We tried this last year in nch black gully land, and also in poor sandy soil on the plains. In the former it crow nine feet high ; in the latter j , *. wiUl a Sweater quantity of seed in proportion. This sand land on the plains only produced last year about live bushels of wheat per acre ; but, as far as we could judge, it would have produced io or 15 bushels of holcus seed, and more than twice the quantity of material for hay, if it had been turned to that account Although we now place this under the head of "Horticulture" we have no doubt, ere long, it will be claimed by the agriculturist. The seed should be distributed about nine inches apart on poor, land, and 15 or l8 on very rich land. Orange Pips.-Sow in very rich soil, in a frame covered with calico. These deserve our best attention for stocks for grafting on, as we can grow them as well here as in Sydney. Large Spanish Onions.-An...

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SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

SHIP MAILb The following íb the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, September 1,1858. 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, via Melbourne. For Victoria, by the Melbourne, to Melbourne, on Thurs- day, September 2, at 2. Eor Tasmania, vi ia Melbourne. For New Zealand, via Melbourne. For Western Australia,' by the contract packet to King George's Sound, bn Saturday, September li. For Mauritius, by the contract packst, via Ceylon, on Saturday, September li. | For Cape of Good Hope, by the contract packet, Tia Ceylon, on Saturday, September li. For East Indies and China, by the contract packet to Poiut de Galle, via Melbourne, on Saturday, September li. For South America, California, and South Pacific, by the Helene, to Callao, this day, Wednesday, September i, at io.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

LATEST DATES. From. Auckland. Batavia. Bombay. Cape of Good Hope. Calcutta. Ceylon. England.'. Hobart Town. Hongkong. Honolulu. Launceston. Madras.'.. Mauritius. Melbourne. Nelson. New York. Panama. Perth, Western Australia Portland. Rio de Janeiro. San Francisco. Singapore. Sydney. valparaiso. Wellington. By way of. Date. Melbourne July 21 Melbourne April 30 Mauritius June 29 Melbourne May 23 Melbourne Julv 3 Melbourne July 10 Melbourne June 17 Melbourne August 12 Melbourne June 22 .,, Melbourne March 27 f» Melbourne August 12 Melbourne July 3 Direct July 22 Direct August 19l Melbourne July 10 Melbourne June a Melbourne April 30 _ August l8 Direct August 13 England Melbourne June 6 Melbourne June 21 Melbourne August 25 Melbourne March 31 Melbourne June 23

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

PUBLIC 1S0IICFS Ships P \.pe«s -Commanders of \ esseU are informed that acopv of tlie ¡a tiltia is forwaiJed tluou"b the PostO^ie ti all vessels m hu benn mci are solicited to finni-.li oin shipping reporter ("Vii L T 1 \re) with anv late pipéis or othu impoi tant intelligence ihev may have for the Pre ii Io District vnd "MvriSTr vrs CLrRKs-Minutes of proeeeain_,s at District Comic 1 Meetings and notes of local tunsaclions arc respectfully mi itcd In fheFditor who takes this onp'iitu.utj of thanking numerous Magistrates and Dis trict Clerks from whom he li is reef n ed communication» foCof.TR* Advertisers-Ad eitisments intended for insertion in the/otntii) iel tion of the Oh oiaclc must be at o ai office bv 2 o cloüv in the atternoon of 1 Inn sdaj Pom adelaide -"Vv e tuve opened "n Office at Port Vde laide adjacent to Mr Bov ketts Divett street where commu nications and adveitisements may be left We he,i to in omi oui Por readers that we Ime engaged a runner to lehver th>* papéis...

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PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. RAILWAY BY THE RIVER GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

PA1ÎLLLM EX TAUT PAPE ES. Jf.VILM'AY BY THE RIVER GILBKRT. Ropo t hy Ml C 1 liuiii-ivi ("1 ot Hi I onntrv tor Proposée" Jane ol R idw i) Noithw mis through the "Valley oí the C ill» rt Vdelaide, lune 23, lSo« Sir-I hav e the honor to repoi t tint in accoidance with )oui instiuuio is 1 li no made an examination of thetountry beMvun spLe,on H> lliniuucl ot Light, md lonostcr s, on th "ivu 'nlbtit lui tin pm nose of jutlgiiu how fu itmav b pr nt nable to douat lion tin proposed Kipuudi Line and to 11 v»thtriilw,iv iioiflnmds via the Rivei Gilbert the "will In coiisidu able dilfic i tv ni ciossnig the River IiJit foi the pin pose in view, is tin b inks oi moiepro pu') sp akmg the giound adjacent to Hi tiver is ver) high except ni one p! ic on t'li southside mukctl Tilts ou the lccoinpaii) m jj ske teh rbcstirtincpoiii1'oi the proposed dev i ition it Section 112 is at a considei ible élévation ovu the v ilnv ol the Light, and this delation must be pu sen ed if not mci cased toa u« gem...

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THE GUANO OF THE COORONG[?] To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

THE GUANO OF THE COORONG, To the Editor of the Advektjser. .Sir-I ara pleased to see you devote a portion of vou paper to the discussion of agricultural and horticu' lural matters. Being mtercsted mvself in both of these pursuits, I am anxious to add my quota towards their advancement. It has often occurred to me that the baines of Lake Coorong, from tlie immense number of wild fowls living upon it, may bo ibuud capable of supplying us with a large quantity of guano. Now, there is a number of small craft on these lakes plying for about 7s. or lus. per ton, anil if they would only take a trip up the' Coorong a load might be obtained for just hcavin» it on board. What :i hue thing they would make of it by bringing it to the Goolwa ! The price that guano is sell- ing for at that place now; is 22s. 6d. per cwt. By giving this a place in your valuable paper, it may directly or in- directly prove a great benefit to many of us-, as from all the enquiries 1 have made on the subject, a good ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

Thkbaiitox.-A correspondent informs us that a public meeting was held on M ondav. August GOth, in.' the Wesleyan Chapel, Thebarton, for tin purpose of establishing a branch Bible Society in connexion with tho one at Hindmarsh, Mr. Whiting: in the chair. Tho meeting was opened with prayer, ami afterwards ad- dressed by the Chairman, R-v. J./*"*- Schoales, and Messrs. CaivfchtirñeandThrumm. Collectors weie appointed, and after sin;>-ing the doxology tho meeting sep ¡rated. ÍSaBBOW* EsCAl'B FROM DlíOWMJÍÍK- About 9 o'clock on Sunday evening crios of distress wera heard' lrom on board the ssrow steamer Marion, then at Schnapper Point weather bound. Captain Ward,'with <rreat promptness, issued orders to lower the boat, which.' at once proceeded in the direction of the erics. After some timo, owimç to the darkness of the nkht. the boat's crow discovered two men clin<,dng to the bottom of a boat which had capsized in one of the squalls, and wai fast drifting to se*...

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THE LIGHT ELECTION. MEETING AT RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

THE LIGHT ELECTION. MEETING AT RIVERTON. V mee íig of tin electors (ah tut 100) wa« held at the Riveiuin Vi ns on Mond iv aftei mon it 4 o clock pin saint to ulv oi tistnient foi tho puiposc of st lechuga fit an I p-op«r pel son to r pic sent the District of light in place of Mi Mitiiun r^sgii"d V huuicJly got up piehnunary meeting on the s i no suhiect h id be on held ou the prey îous Mond i) the >1 dof Vugust but ow ing to the gi cat app went interest which hut been c-uti nu tin minds of the Gilbert popula tion in coiincet on with the question ol Railway I xtei-sion niflii A illevot tboGilboit it was deemed advisable to hold another public m etins and it w is held on Monday I .st accoi dincrlv Vmongst tht gentlemen of the district pre se it the following occupied seats at the head of the room - Tames Misters J sq jp of ¡saddleworth lodge George loun-r I sq IP of Witervale, Dr Ward, ol Spring A all / Mossis Soith John Bosworth \ckim Kelly, Henry Ivo'lv of Ivipiindi Tunis Kell) C...

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GREAT RAILWAY MEETING AT RIVERTON. THE VALLEY OF THE GILBERT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

G-IÎEAT "RAILWAY jIEETO'G AT UIVEUTOUt. THE VALLEY OK THE GILBERT LINE. Vt ï o duel ou Mond v tv tuina- i luge nutting of settlers fiom the Gi'b"it and Makcí! ldwis li Id in the I0114 loom it th" bick ot the Riv ti on \rms R °rto 1 to tnkt into con siduation the hist louto foi the N01 then lunik It ulw y nom Section Iii to tht J'uii Lui a wloth"rb\ KapuiulL Section ino 01 horn ^tction 112 bv the A illv.yol tht Gilotit I pw lids of 2011 iiv. smswerop < se nt 111 tht room nul limn bus w it outside at tin dom s md windows who ou'd not gun admission Ihe prmcip ii j,entlemin of the district, who ittended the t lection iiiceting if merlin hi m 01 thiehv wore liso nu suit it this mu fin ' Ibu«, ippintd to ot 1 gn it de ii ot extitcment on the subject notw ifhst miling which the mee ing w is co lductcel in flit most ordeil) 111 nuiu On the nio+ion of Mi Xohn Bcsw orth, seeo u'td by Dr 1\ id lune Mtstus lsq T P cf Sicldlev 11 till edge was 1 died to f he ( h"ii He oiend tie biisin...

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NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

NOTICES OF MOTION AND OEDEES OF THE DAY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 7, isss. Notices of Motion : 1. Mr. YoENGiiusnANDtoinove-7 " That, he have leave to introduce " A Bill intituled an "Act to am°nd the Laws relating to Divorce and Matrimonial Causes in South Australia." 2. Mr. ü wies "That he will ask tlie bon. the Chief Secretary to ascertain from the Law Oliicers of the Crown, if the Corporation of the City ol' Adelaide has tlie legal righi to destroy the public squares in the manner proposed to be dime; also, if it has not the power, is it the indention of the Ministry to adopt any measures to preserve the squares for such public uses as wore originally intended when the city was planned." :;. Mr. Ayers*" to move "That the congratulatory address of this Council to the Queen on the Marriage of Her Royal Highness the Princess «oyal of England with His Royal Hisliuess Prince Frederick William of Prussia, be presented to Her Majesty by the lion. John Baker, on behalf of ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31[?] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

jAÄ^AliiE'NT. 4'-- .LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL" > ' TuFSíf>Ay, Accr=?T3i.; The Pkesidext took the chair at 2 o'clock. The members ol' Council present, were:-The lion ihe Pre- sident, the Uon. the thief Secretarj, and Un- J lou Messrs Kail, Bagot, "Morphett, Major O Halloran, Forster, Davies' A.. Scott, Captain Scott, Uvera rd, Ayers, and Jinker DIVORCE BILL. The C'mr.r Secuetaky gave notice of motion to introduce a ïîiil to amend the.laws relating tt) matrimony ana divorce in South Australia. - - ' * -' PRESERVATION OF THE SQUARES OP The City. The lion. Mr. Davies pave! notice-of his intention to ask .the Chief Secretary if the Corporation of the City had power to grant leave to destroy the squares or whether the Govern- ment had power to prevent such destruction,. , . . PAltl.lAJ.fENTAJÍY PAPERS. The CiirEr Seuketaky said tiiat befoiv proceeding to husin.'ss he would lav before the House the following doeu- 1 mcuts :-A drspatch'froni the Secretary of State, enclosing a ', copv of an...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.—TRAFFIC RETURNS. Summary of traffic for week ending August 21, 1858:— PORT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.-TRAFFIC RETURNS. Summary oftrafile for week ending August 21, lSjS : POUT LINE. l8 IC 9 0 1 0 I e 5 Adelaide Station- Totals.* £ s. ù. Passengers forwarded .2,436/,,. " , Return tickets .415 j14" l 7 Dogs. 090 Parcels . C 10 li Bowden Station Past-engers for.\ arded . SSG Dogs .. Parcels &c. Wooth ille Station Passengers fonv arded ..... 5Î4 6 16 'g Dogs. 0 10 Pal eels, &c. 1 14 1 Alberton Station- - Passengers forwarded .. .. ' 35=; 12 C l Dogs. > 0 10 Parcels, &c.. 0 12 li Port «tation- , ,, . -. Passenger»forwarded ..' .. 1,247)' ". Return tickets . 242) '7u 8 7 Dogs.. '.020 Parcels, &c. « l8 s £ a. c1. .6,175 Tolls and haulage on goods forwarded from Tons. cwt. qrs. Adelaide Station.. 379 17 2 Bowden Station .. 14 7 o Port ditto., 401 l8 2 799 3 North Line goods, 310 o 0, at la. id. portón.. ' 3.v 3 o, at is. 4d.pertou.. 20 ia NORTH LINE Adelaide Station- . , £ Passengers forwarded .. .. CIS 123 Dogs. 0 Parcels, &a...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?] a.m., W.: 4 p.m., W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 10[?] a.m. 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. CLEARED (COASTING.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. Wind nr the Got* ysstskdat. $ a-n., W. i * p.m., W. High Watbb oh thk Bax this Dat. 10«» a-m. I 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. m _ CLEARED (COASTDÎG.) Tuesday, August 31-The paddle-steamer Melbourne, 75 tons. King, master, for the Goolwa and Milang. Passengers Mr.'Mynes, in the cabin ; and Mr. Osborne, in tbe steerage. Cargo- -2 half-chests tea, 8 boxes sundries, 3 bags sugar, 1 ykg., D. and J. Fowler ; 2 boxes soap, 2 cans tar, i coil rope, 1 cask hardware, 2 bars iron, 1 axle, Blyth Brothers ; 30 spokes, Padman and Co.; 2 sets turned legs, 9 cedar boards, is deals, W. Smith; 6 cases, 2 bundles, lbale, * drums oil, V. planks, S pkgs., Martin and Sach; 6 pkgs., 2 cases, lbale «Irapery, l case saddlery, 1 case, l box tinware, 1 bullock liray, 4 casks bottled beer, 3 bags sugar. Elder, Stirling, and *'o. ; 1 half-chest tea, 5 pkgs. sundries, Counsell and Co. ; 20 1 ags sugar, Tounghusbandand Co. ; 16 bags sugar, 2 bales ?woolpacks, 2 chests tea, 3 casks bottled beer, lpkg.. Stilling ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

Shipping.   STEAM TO MELBOURNE-The HAVILAH sails on Thursday next, September 2. J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. NOTICE TO MURRAY RIVER SHIPPERS.-RANDELLS LINE   OF STEAMERS-The steamer BUNYIP,   having returned from her first trip up the river, will be despatched for the Darling, Murrumbrusgee, and Swan Hill, without delay. For freight, early application is requested. de ELDER STIRLING, A CO. 10R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine A 1 British-built barque GEORGE KIDD, 504 tons as per register, Captain Alexander Rodger, will load Wool from Port Wakefield for London. This vessel is under charter to sail on or before the 15th of No Tember. For freight or passage, applv to E. K. HORN, Port Wakefield ; or dwxc ELDER, STIRLING, & CO., Adelaide. rOOL SHIPS.-PORT AUGUSTA, for _____ . LONDON DIRECT.-The line Al Ships W. W. ESCHEN, 373 tons register. DR. V. T. TELLOW, 408 do. do., will take the berth as above. One or both of these ...

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands' will be ofi'-n-èil l'or stile by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, "the 2nd clay of September, is»?, at li o'clock. Deposit, 2.i per cent. Upset price 1/. per acra. CouxTRV Sfctioss. County Hindmarsh-About fear miles north cf Port Elliot, Hundred of Goolwa. Sec. A cr??. Sec. Acre*, ice Ji its 1CÍ lor» 1G7 108 47 County ¡stanley-Near the sources of ihe Dirty Light, about | two "miles wist of Apoinga, Hundred of Stanley. I!« C7 I G7 IK County S*arder-Fan-all's Flat, west of the r,-.?'l from Min taro to the Burra, about four miles north of Mintaro, Hun tired of Stanley. 171 13t 172 101 17.T 101 17+ ion 175 15« 17« so 1ÏÏ las 17« 112 179 79 180 8» 181 80 182 ' 8(1 183 89 vest ol' the S G1 0.1 G5 119 C6 120 67 103 County Hurra-About two miles south-west of the Sod nut Huiii'.'cd of Apoinga. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands vviU he oTerccl for sale hy public ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

Auctions. THIS DAY (Wednesday), September 1. TO BOOKSELLERS AND OTHERS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. are instructed to sell, at their Mart, This Day (Wednesday), September 1, at 11 o'clock 2 Cases BOOKS, amongst which will be found-   Arabian Nights. Valentine Vox Christopher Tadpole, Old London Bridge Goldsmith's Natural History Women's Love, The Lamplighter Jem Bunt. Old Sailor's Jollyboat Life of Nelson, Life of Christ Gulliver's Travels, Mythology of the Ancients   Winston's Josephus, Literary Cabinet Uncle Tom &c., &c., &c. TO-MORROW (Thursday), September 2. AT THE PORT. EX MELPOMENE. COPPER. COPPER. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. have received instructions to sell, at Port Ade   laide, To-morrow (Thursday), September 2, at 12 o'clock The COPPER from the barque Melpomene, now at the patent slip. The Copper will be sold in two lots. TO-MORROW (Thursday), September 2.   AT THE ...

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REAL PROPERTY ACT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

REAL PROPERTY ACT. To the Editor of the ¿DYERTISElt. Sir-In glancing over your paper of to-day I happened < to notice amongst th'o " new instructions of the Govérnor in-Chief the following clause :-" 10th. You aro as much ' as possible, &c.ami you are more especially to tuke care.that no Act whatever be sus peneled, altered, continued, revived, or repealed by," general word* ; but that the title and dato of suc.i Act so supended, altered, continued, revived, or repealed, lie particularly mentioned and expressed in the enacting part." What, then, are we to say to Mr. Torrerw's .' Beal Property Act," which, in so many wcjrds, repeals everything inconsistent with itself; and of which wo were told by its principal sirpportors, that no man could tell what Acts wera or were not repealed by it. The' Home Government evidently think tint it is full time to put some slight check on the impetuosity of our go-a-, head legislators. I am, Sir. &c, .,,.-.. o, , SLOW-COAC...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.- A poor woman, re- siding in Gawler, attempted suicide on Monday last, and nearly accomplished her purpose; but Dr. Nugent was immediately in attendance, and succeeded after much exertion in restoring animation. She is now quite out of danger. The unfortunate woman has been in a des- ponding state of mind for some time.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 1 September 1858

BIRTH. On the 26th August, at Byethorn Farm, Nairne, Mrs. John   Tallant Bee, of a daughter.

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