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THE HORTICULTURIST. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

THE HORTICULTURIST. lloicLs SVCIIAIUUS-Sov» -We tried Iii s ] is{ \«.u in nell black gulh land and also in poor «uudv soil on ti« plain« In the formel it gicw ume feet Ililli u thelittei live feet with i gi eater quantity of«eedn propoitiou This «and land on the plains onlv pioduced last jeal about ivi bu«hel» ol wheat pel acre, but a lu u> we could judge it would have pioduced 10 01 15 bushels of holcus seed und moie than twice thequantitv ol material foi luv il it had been turned to that account \lthough w e now place this under the head of Horticulture u e hav e no doubt ei e long t will bec'aimed bv the agncultan«t The seed should be distributed about nine menea ap-ut on poor land md 15 01 1 o i vciy nehland OR vNCi PIP"-son m ven rich «ml m a fi uneeoveied with calico 1 hese de«erve oin best attention foi stocl s loi ,i airing on as wc c ni "low them a« well here a-, m svtlnev I vue l Si* WISH ONIONS - Vii) one that h is pi inted 1 i»t autumn vci> small list >i u -, on...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. AUDITS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

IXSOIA-EXCY COURT. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. AUDITS. llieaccounts of the iindirmtntionid estates wereauditeu - 7 e Killingworth ATunken Athoin Ii BotH V>D SCHVILCHFR Air Andrews itteuded loi the insolvent Air Boucaut for the t ade assigntt md Mi Bl own is iccountant to the tsl ite I hi accountant rtad his îepoit as follows - In this istitt time is one lability of 2°->/ secured by a mortr.i0e on Hit mill 1 he unsetured liabilities amount to . ^6°/ ios -ti lo meet these there arc some small assets to be lcth/td D blstoiisidutdgootl unountmg to 1 al 15s fail md the mill which et t 1 «00/ m 185C, and is only subject to the ni it"igc ibov mentioned Hit insolvent Ah hoch his given every assistance m nuking out the schedule md I hive no re ison to suppose tint inv bioks tu pipers itlahng to the lffinsof the finn hive been withheld oi desttoyed oi tint my property hi« omi conce lied oi mi iccountetl loi Some lurmtuie was sold 0 Hie extent of .>()/ to piy t...

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SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

SHIP MATLS fSäS^SS^ä^^91 ^.obtd.sp.tel^ on Ma.ls vvilíbe'dTspAda1"; Ä*^ ****"*" * 185R Inrnr^Af^'1,11"' bj '1,P C0»*»'"-t p ICket, to Sue? 41ld 0VC1 land, vii Melboui ne on S ihn d n «september li *o. Äe« south Y\ ,ks viaMeLmine iilnrlrto, t '1' b) tIle ^bourne to Melbourne this dav, sS^8"?",2' lt2' bythe Austral, to Melbourne, MdwSda>'^PÍemJb'->-4,at2, by the Ailie de Cannes, to Melbourne, on ^ itui dav, Septcmbei 4, at 2 ror J lsmani i, via Melbourne torÄtw Zeil md, via Melbourne P*°r"e,?tern,Au«trUu bv the contract packet, to King George s Sound on ^atuidav, September li *or Mauiitm« bv the coutuet packet, via Cevlon, on ?satindav, Septemb i li I or Cape, ot Good Hope, by the contract packet, via l evlon, on featurdn, September li ^*or East Indie« aud China, by the contract packet to Lomt de Galle via Melbourne, on satin dav, september li

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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MELBOURNE. THE NEW BANK MANAGER. STRIKE ON THE RAILWAY. CAPTURE OF A BUNYIP. [From our General Correspondent.] Received at Advertiser Office, September 1, at 6.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MEL- BOURNE. THE NEW BANK MANAGER. STRIKE OF THE RAILWAY. CAPTURE OF A BUNYIP. [From our General Correspondent.] Received at Advertiser Office, September 1, at 6.50 p.m. A requisition by the holders of 6,000 shares in the New Bank has just been signed, deprecating the appointment of Mr. Hughes as Manager. A very considerable amount of excitement prevails on the subject. The Melbourne people are at last gratified by the sight of that fabulous creature—a Bunyip. The animal, which is exhibited here alive, was caught in Western Port. It is amphibious, and carnivorous, measures seven feet in length, and has a most ferocious aspect. Its roar is like that of a lion. The monster leaps 10 feet at a bound. It is bifurcated towards the tail, and is altogether an extraordinary creature. TASMANIA.—We have dates to the 28th Best flour, £21 per ton ; wheat, 8s. 3d. : oats, 5s. 6d. The Fingal quartz is yielding, when crushed. 10 ounces of gold ...

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CONDITION OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

CONDITION OE THE ABORIGINES. On lucsil iv evening i meeting was held in Gie n s Kx cli uigc on beb ilf of (he aboi lginis I he loom vv is crowded I he clnu was t ikcn bv His 1 xaHoney the Governor His ] ci inxev «ugTsttd tint th" upoif be fustic id bv wiutli neills the tljttt of the i icchng would bt mole Ililli linda food Pi u cr li tv mg bee i offeied bv the Ancrtnr vcox Air Afoxiu it id thcitpoit which nfei st hing the ougin md ol iccts of he -society ma oucd tint m the ii tempt m ide bv Hie Committee to obt mi st itistiutl ana otha mlor ni thon with lcspeet to tin natue« m then different localities it w is i em u 1 ed th it the pi ices in which the natn es congre gîte fiom time to time m the Ingest numbers vveic Alouut Jiinmkiblc md tht Goolvv t In and ibout the Goolwa they vvac ibout 80 m nuiubei md m tddition to these were con sida ible mimbus cinploved it I licountei bil md the Almitv m nit h At tin Goolv i the Committee had found tht most v dutbl ilhcs ni Mcs-i» Coode b Alle...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

ERRATUM. -Yesterday's Parliamentary intelli- gence -In the second column second paragraph, an omis-   sion gives to the Hon. Mr. Forster, words which ought to have boen attributed to the Hon Mr. Baker. In the   third line therefore,read "Mr Baker assumed" before     ' As to the waste lands, &c."   KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD.-By an adver tisement in our advertising columns it will be seen that     a new 'bus has been laid on to meet the increasing neces-     sities of rapid communication between Adelaide and the     above named townships. On invitation we inspected the new conveyance, at the maker's factory, Mr. Crimp,             Grenfell- street and as far as our judgment carries us,   think that it possesses many novel attractions.   ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

WOODVILLE PLOUGHING MATCH.-The Com- mittee appointed for arranging the details of this forth- coming event met last Monday eveniníí'at the Half-Way House, Woodville'. It was announced that subscriptions to the tune of £14 had been' already received and that further funds were anticipated.

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CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

CEJSTTEAL BOAKD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. Present-Mr. Belt (in the chair), the Chief Inspector, Mr. Pui.slev, and the .Secretary. The "minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed; after which the following business was transacted : STOCKPORT. A letter was received from 3Ir. John AVatts, certifying the completion of the Stockport School, and requesting that it might be inspected prior to the remainder of the vote in aid of the building heing paid in. In answer it was stated that several enquiries should be made as to the state of the neiv school and premises, and that the usual signature of the Chairman would be required. A letter was received from Mr. J. H. Ayliffe, enclosing a memorial signed by above forty inhabitants of the neighbour- hood, and by two of the trustées of the new school at Stock- port, in favour of the present licensed teacher, Mr. Bell, and requesting that he might be appintetl to the new school ; the memorialists being, perfectly satislietl with M...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

'- SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. LEGrISL ATI VE COUNCIL. AVi DM SI) VV, 'SFP li vim II 1 The PRESIDENT took his seat at ?> o'clock. Present-The lion, the Chief" Secretary, and the Hoim Messrs. Ayers, Morphett, Dav enport, Everard, Scott Ba«ot Forster, and Davie«. ' ° ' MESSAGE. The lion, the PRESIDENT reported the following message (No. 1) from the House of Assembly :- ° "That the Library Committee of lasl session, consisting of the lion, the Speaker, the Attorney-General (Mr. Hanson) and Mr. Bagot, be re-appoiiited, and that such Committee have power to confer with any Library Committee of the Legisla- tive Council. That the above resolution be communicated bv message to the Honorable the Legislative Council, raniestincr them to instruct any Library Committee appointed by the Hon. the Legislative Council to confer with the Committee of the House of Assembly." NOTICE OF MOTION. The lion, the CHIEF SECKETAIIY gave notice that on Tuesday next he would move that Mr. Davenport and Mr....

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W.; 4 p.m., N.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 10.30 a.m. 11 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. ARRIVALS (COASTING). [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. TTOD nr THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W. ; 4 p.m., N.W. HIGH WATXB ON THE BAS THIS DAY. 10-30 «.m. | 11p.m. ARRIVALS. ARRIVALS (COASTING). Wednesday, September l-The screw-steamer Ant, F. P. Snewin, master, from Port Robe, August 31. Passengers air. George Glen, Dr. Forster, Mr. C. Scott, Mr. A. Campbell, Miss Andrews, Mr. W. Ewens (constable), and Mrs. F. P. Snewin and child, in the cabin ; and Messrs. W. Webb, H. Lix, J. Fraser, J. Monte Vicio, T. Elliss, H. Pearce, Mrs. Newsome and family, and 1 prisoner in the steerage Cargo 7 bales wool, 43 hides. Order. CLEARED (COASTING.) Wednesday, September 1-The cutter Endeavor, 20 tonst Reid, master, for Yorke's Peninsula. Passengers - Mr. Forster, Mr. A. Robinson. Mrs. Sharples, and 2 shearers. Cargo-4 bales woolpacks, 30 deals. Fowler; l half-tierce tobacco, Gilbert; lqr.-cask wine, Anstey and uiles: and sundry stores for settlers. SAILED (COASTING.) Wednesday, September l-The cutter Endeavor, for Yorke'g Peninsula. PROJECT...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

K Shipping._ «TEAM TO MELBOURNE.-Tlie j HAVILAH, Captain McFie, will be dispatched on Friday first, the 3rd inst. Cabin . j* Steeiage . *¿ Carnes a Stewardess. J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. ¿c J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. > EDUCED FARES. - TO MEL _BOURNE IN 39 HOURS. - The new and powerful steamship ADMELLA sails for Melbourne on Tuesday next, the 7th inst. de] BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbeit-place, Town. NOTICE TO MURRAY RIVER {SHIPPERS.-RANDELL'S LINE ^^n? STEAMERS.-Tlie steamer ^^ BUNYIP, having returned from her first trip up the river, will be despatched for the Darling, Miirrumbridgee, and Swan Hill, without delay. For freight, eaily application is requested, de ELDER STIRLING, & CO. .LACK BALL LINE OF BRITISH _ AND AUSTRALIAN P '3 - For LIVERPOOL.-The woria-renowned clipper ship MARCO POLO, 1,626 tons register, Al at Lloyds, Janies Clarke, com- mander, will be dispatched from Hohson's Bay punc- tually on Tuesday, September 7. This pioneer of Australian, clipners i...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held on Wednesday morning, at the King of Hanover Hotel, Rundle-street, on the body of Gilbert Russell, who had been found lying in the river Torrens on the previous day. The following evidence was adduced : Frederick Read deposed-The body now lying in the hotel is that of Gilbert Finnis Russell, my brother-in law. Deceased was about 25 years of age, and by trade a shoemaker. He was frequently the worse for drink ; he was a married man. Saw deceased last alive about Thursday or Friday, when I met him returning home from town to North Adelaide ; he was near the foot bridge at the site of the old Frome bridge. Deceased usually took that way home. I know nothing of the acci- dent which occurred to the deceased. To a Juror-Deceased did not seem the worse for drink when I last saw him ; could not well say ; he avoided me. His circumstances, owing to his intemperate habits, were far from good. Have seen deceased frequently in a very desponding state of mi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

A SUGGESTION has been tin-own out b3- a corres- pondent as to the advisability of eslabiishinghi the neighbourhood of Adelaide, a depot for the propa- gation and acclimating of foreign animals that ought, and, no doubt, will be some day of great practical utilit}- in South Australia. We are. ourselves, neither stockholders nor professors of zoology, but we cannot avoid looking upon the itlea thus thrown out as containiug some good sense. At any rate, if anything is to be done ia tlie wa}' of importation of new species of beasts of burthen, a proposition such as this should re- ceive respectful attention. We might, indeed, combine utility and science, commerce and edu- cation. There can be little doubt that a public zoological collection contiguous to the city would prove useful as an educator to many persons whose acquaintance with animals is limited to the commoner forms seen daily in the fields around them ; but this will not for many years be achieved, unless it can be associated...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

THERE is now every indication that the session Avili be a sharp one ; so far, at least, as tlie House of Assembly is concerned. Tlie debate yesterday opened with Mr. Hughes's resolution affirming tlie inexpediency of Government officers holding seats in Parliament ; and although the motion, as submitted by Mr. Hughes, Avas uunecessarily sweeping, the opinion of the House was so deci- sive on the point that the motion was carried without a division. The following is the resolu- tion as now adopted : " That, in the opinion of this Plouse, none of its mem- bers, except those who for the time being are members of the Administration, should hold any place of profit or emolument in the public service. " That an Address be presented to His Excellency the Governor-in-Chicf, transmitting a copy of the foregoing resolution, and requesting him to issue regulations pro- viding i hat whenever any person holding office under Government (the salary of which office is provided for on the Estimates ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

STOCKPORT NEW SCHOOLHOUSE.-This build-   ing was opened August 26th. At 2 o'clock there was a gathering of all the young of the neighbourhood to tea, which was provided by the ladies. Mr. Carmichael de- livered a suitable address to the young people on their   privileges and duties, after which they separated ap- parently in high spirits. At 4 o'clock a number of the subscribers and friends met at a kind of house-warming. On the removal of the cloth, Mr. Andrew Carmichael took   the chair, and delivered an address. He was followed by Messrs. John Laurie and John Watts. The latter gentle- man, the Secretary, stated that not only was the building free from debt, but a small balance was in the hands of   the Treasurer. A vote of thanks to the ladies for pro- viding the tea, and three cheers for the Chairman, vvere   then proposed and responded to. On the Sunday two sermons were preached-in the forenoon bv Mr. Car- michael...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

_Auctions._ ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION AT THE CITY AUCTION MART, BY E. SOLOMON * CO: This Day CThursday), September 2, at the City Mart, at 11 o'clock 6 cases, each SO dozen, Tumbler« SO do., each 50 do., Wine-Glassea. ALSO, 197. 1 cask, containing 16 dozen Tumblers 217. 1 do. do. l8 do. Cut Wines 249. 1 do. do. 21 do. do. 259. 1 do. do. 82 Cake Shades, i to 12 io. Same day, at the City Mart, at 11 o'clock Ex George Kidd. On account of whom it may concern. LB-1120 Corn sacks " 412 Ore bags More or less damaged by sea water. ALSO, Ex Oscar. OH account of whom it may concern. 251 Cornsacks. More «r less damaged by sea water. To-morrow (Friday), September 3, at the City Mart, at 11 o'clock 25 cases Swain Boord's Gin 20 casks, each 8 doz. Bass's Pale Ale, pints 40 cases Geneva, Key brand, red cases 2 qr-casks Booth's Old Tom 30 cases Stewart's Islay Whisky 20 cases Booth's Old Tom 6 hhds. Jamaica Rum 2 do. Portwine 1 qr.-cask do. 2 do. Sherry. THIS DAY (Thursday), September 2. EX THOM...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland,] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland,] DRUNK AND RIOTOUS -James Kelly pleaded guilty to these       offences and was fined 5s. - George Gibbs, remanded from the   previous day on a charge of drunkenness and indecency, was     brought up and further charged with having been in a state   of inebriety whilst out on bail. For this offence he was fined £1. REMANDED CHARGE - Convicts Prevention Act -     Charles Revell was charged with being illegally at large as a       prisoner of the crown. Captain Martin, of the 'Henry and   Mary', cutter, was in King George Sound in September,   1857 and the prisoner came to this colony with him as a pas senger. Before taking any passengers on board asked the M igistr ite for instructions and wa« told to be v ay cautious Pnsoner ca...

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RAPID BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 September 1858

KAPID BAY. A public meeting of the ratepayers of this district was hold on Saturday, August 28, to determine the number of cattle to be depastured on the Crown lands, and to consider other business of a local nature. F. Haiisford, Ksij., ivas unani- mously called to the chair. Proposed by Mr. A. BENNETT, and seconded by Mr. .J. WALLER "That twelve head of great cattle be allowed for every 80 acre section." An amendment was proposed by Mr. AVATSON, and seconded by Mr. J. NORMAN "That the number allowed be eight." j On a show of hands being taken, the motion of .Air. Uenuct t was carried. Proposed by 3fr. BURGESS, seconded by Mr. CHRISTIE, and carried unanimously " That the District Council be requested to take effective, measures to confine the settlers and others in this district lo the number of cattle allowed to run on the Crown lands, ac- cording to their acreage." Proposed by Mr. TARRAN-, seconded by Mr. COGLIN, and carried unanimously "That it is the opinion of this meeting all...

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PROPOSED LAND BANK. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 September 1858

PROPOSED LAND BANK. To the Editor of the ADVEKTISEB. Sir-I shall be glad if you will permit the insertion of a few remarks upon the Land Bank scheme, as published in your columns of Monday. In that proposal four classes of persons are mainly concerned : the borrowers at 10 per cent, per annum, upon landed security of double the value of the loan ; the depositors who are to receive 4 per cent, per annum interest, upon the amount at their credit ; tho share- holders, who are to divide the surplus profit ; and tha general public, who are to lend the Bank a large amount, without interest, on the securily of itB notes. Little need be said as to the borrowers : no lack of them is to be feared ; but as to the depositors I question whether they will be eager to avail of 4 per cent, per annum, when more can be obtained even at the Savings' Bank. With respect to the general public, they will no doubt be willing enough to receive a fair proportion of the new B.uik's notes, provided they are sa...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 September 1858

TASMANIA. Papers ta the 24th ultimo. The Launceston Examiner has the following particulars of the horrible murder telegraphed to us from Melbourne a day or two ago : AWFUL MURDER.-The neighbourhood of Lower Bris bane-street was thrown into groat excitement ye->terday morning by the discovery of a most diabolical murder having been committed." The victim was an old man about 80 years of age, named Philip Phillips, a hawker and general dealer, living in a weather-boarded hut. in Lower Brisbane-street. A person went to the hut about 10 o'clock to make some purchase, and on going to the door called out " Daddy ;'* receiving no answer she called a neighbor, when they found the old man dead and covered with blood. They immediately gaye notice to the police. The top of the old man's head*was fearfully smashed iu, apparently with a tomahawk or an adze. No instrument lias at present boen found with which the deed was com- mitted. The atlair is as yet shrouded in th'j deepest mys- tery, th...

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