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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 September 1858

MARRIED. On the 2nd September, at Freeman-street Chapel, by the Rev. W. C. Evan, James, son of the Rev. J. Greenwood, late of Petersfield, Hants, to Anna Gemmil, eldest, daughter of Robert Tod, of North Adelaide. DIED. On the 1st of September, at Kooringa, Mr. John Benjamin, aged 39 years. On the 3rd of September, John Tobias Martin, the infant son of William Martin, Terminus Hotel, Adelaide, aged 12 months.

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VICTORIA. [From our own Correspondent] Melbourne, August 23, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 September 1858

VICTORIA. [From our own Corresnondcnt] * ,, . , . -¡He.bourûe, August 2?, 1858. m, , ,. . , -»te-oourue, August Vi, I808. only political incident o: moment' which has occurred m the weak just ended, h« been the ete.eat of Mr. William -Nicholson, who was a candidate for ihe representation of »ouch Melbourne, vacant bv the retire- ment ot Capta, 11 Clark.*. Mr. mo^Ws o?]j0Utillz wa" a'n 1-T?' Caainnim of themumcipahty of Emerald Hill, which forms one moiety of the electoral district. *mdndge constituting the other. The unsue-es-ful candidate polled 5-<3:hs of the votes in the latter pk.e, md little more tuan a-foui-th ol those in the former losing he election by 33 voies 0,1 a gross poll of 1S15. M° .<iche>!soiv's defeat may be attributed to two circum tancas : to the fact of his oppon-mt lx:ing a supporter of iae principles of tho Victorian Land Convention and to hat of Mr. Anderson being a local mau, and tneruiore .nore likely to badger the Government vigoro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

THE REV. THOMAS BINNEY.-A correspon- dent has kindly favoured us with the following :-This deservedly popular preacher afforded the inhabitants of Gawler, and many others from a distance, an opportunity of hearina him on the evening of Thursday last, and, judging from the unusually large attendance, most extra- ordinary interest has prevailed among persons of all de- nominations. The service was held in the Free Presby- terian Church, which had been kindly lent for the occasion, and before the reverend gentleman made his appsarance the church waB crowded in every part. Mr. Binney preached from the 21th and following verses of the 24th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, and the sermon as a whole yvas a perfect masterpiece ; his beau- tifully clear and instructive exposition of tho. four heads of his discourse, viz.-The preacher (Paul), the audience, the diseouvso, and'tho effect, produced upon Felix and Dracula, evidently rivettod the attention of every one : and the powerful and t...

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PROPOSED OPENING OF THE CITY SQUARES. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

PROPOSED OPENING OF THE CITY SQUARES. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir-Surely the citizens of Adelaide will never by then- apathy allow tho solitary vote of one individual to defeat the object for which our squares-the very lungs of our town-were enclosed and planted, by intersecting them with dray roads. I had imagined from the vigorous manner in which the Corporation appeared to be proceed-1 ingwith the planting, ploughingand sowing of the squares, that the inhabitants in their vicinity would in time have derived some benefit from the large amount of money spent in their improvement ; at least, we might reasonably have anticipated an agreeable retreat from the dusty streets on summer evenings; but truly, "we know not what a day may bring forth.*' Whoever would have expected such on extraordinary proposition as this, of cutting up our public gardens with cart roads, merely to «ratify the selfish views of a few dissatisfied shopkeepers. I cannot but think that the memorial would...

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ROADS THROUGH THE CITY SQUARES. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

ROADS THROUGH THE CITY SQUARES. To the Editor ofthe ADVERTISER. Sir-As the continuation of the road of Grenfell-street | through Hindmarsh-square, brought forward by me in the City Council on memorial, has caused some discus- sion out of doors ; and as I feel cenvinced that the sub- ject is not understood, I would trouble you with the following remarks for insertion in your paper. The order for opening only extends, at present, to Grenfell-street : but there is little doubt that t'i« ir.h:'Vr.nnts ofthe north and south ends of the squ.tre will request a like privilege ] to be extended to them. The enclosure is n^yr in length 010 feet from north to I south, and in width 329 fe'St from east to west, and the | roadway (including f jotpath) on the e.-st side is 92 feet, and on the west side 99 feet. Why this difference in I width, perhaps no one can tell. If the ro.ids are opened | east und west and north and south, say -IO feat wide., opposite the ce-ntre of the streets, with footpaths...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, SERTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, SERTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland.] INTEMPERANCE,-Two cases of this nature were disposed of by the infliction of a fine of 5s. on each of the offenders.

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M.) DRUNKENNESS.-James Symonds was fined los. for being drunk and committing a nuisance in the cell. Thos. Lovett, charged with drunkenness was dismissed. Thos. Lynch, charged with being drunk and with using threatening lan- guage to Police-constable Spinks, was fined 5s. John Fotherley paid a fine of los., prior to the sitting of the Court, for being drunk and committing a nuisance in the cell FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M. C. Lyon, J.P., and Dr. Moore, J.P.] DRUNKENNESS.-Alexander Jamison was fined 5s. for drunkenness. James Lester was fined 5/., for being drunk, and assaulting a constable during the execution of his duty. OBSCENE LANGUAGE.-Thomas Hummon was charged with abusive language at Hindmarsh. Case settled out of Court.

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SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

SHIP MAILSs The following is tlie official list of mails to be dispatched on lie dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, September 4,1858. Mails will be dispatched as under : For Great Britain, by the contract packet, to Suez and over- land, via Melbourne, oh Saturday, September li, at 12. For New South Wales, by the Havilah, steamer, via Mel- bourne, this day, Saturday, September 4, at 12. For Victoria, by the Harilun, steamer, to Melbourne, this day, Saturday, September 4, at 12; by the Ville de Cannes, to Melbourne, this day, Saturday, September 4, at 2 ; by the Austral, to Melbourne, this 'day, Saturday, Septemb'er 4, at 2 ; by the Burra Burra, steamer, to Melbourne, on Satur- day, September li, at 2. Nor Tasmania, by the Havilah, steamer, via Melbourne, this day, Saturday, September 4, at 12. For New Zealand, by the Havilah, steamer, via Melbourne, this day, Saturday, September 4. at 12. For V.'estern Australia, by the contract packet, to King George's Sound, on S...

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LCOAL COURT—ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann, C. Lyon, J.P., and Captain Briggs.] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. PORTER V. STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

LCOAL COURT-ADELAIDE. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann, C. Lyon, J.P., and Captain Briggs.] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. PORTER V. STREET. Defendant not appearing was sentenced to 14 days im- prisonment for contempt. WHYTE V. COENSEL AND SQUIRES. Judgment for piaintiff, 28t. 3s. lOd. GARRIGAN V. LEONARD. Action for board and lodgiug account, 31.10«. Judgment for plaintiff. GARRIGAN V, LEONARD, Defendant consented to judgment for 13/. OS. 2<L CARVOSSO V. DUNBAR. Action ;to recover the price of a dray alleged to have been | ordered by defendant. SUMNER V. BROOK. Action for debt. Defendant did not appear. Judgineut for the plaintiff, 12/. 15s. IlAVSSEN V. BURTON. To recover balance of a promissory note, the amount claimed being 29Í. Ts. 6d. Mr. Ingleby pleaded the Statute of Limitations. The debt yvas over six years' standing. . . _ . Mr. Sandford called Otto C. Haussen, the plaintiff, who | proved payment on account ofthe note within the six years. Judgment for the plaintiff, 29/. 7...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. MISSIONARIFS TO THE BUSH A con espondent who signs R McGregor li is forw aided tous a most pathetic appeal for spiritual aid to thi. aborigines, m the bush His letter is not adapted foi puuheation in i new «p ipei but \\c commend the «ub"oct to the attention ot all Clinstun deno minations-IÎOIÎEUI BOSTOCK OUI cone «pondent ur0i.-> strongl} the niti eduction of camels md V Lo\tu or L>TFRpnsE wiitmg ou the same subject hope», tint Mav \lcidonbach will not let the «ubicct drop but «tn up the Go\ eminent through the column« oí tlie 4d c>ti a - YtHLiAM Bock lorn letter ou the sib ject of the \\ aterw or! s li is been i ecen ed Vi c th ink y ou f r \ our expressions of appi o\ al but a- the w hole question w ill nnniediatch come undei the notice of P irli uuent it will pro jably be sufficient - 4 CITI/FN OF \o "ULY\ tin defends the appointment of Capt un Dousrhs and «aj .« it will gi\ e gre.it dissitist iction -BL YHNL\ IN rai G VL,U"R\ IS beyond oui depth -PwEsro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

PBESENTATION OF THE ADDBESSES TO HIS EXCELLENCY.-The President of the Legislative Council and the Speaker of the House of Assembly, accompanied by the movers and seconders of the addresses to His Excellency in their respective Houses of Parliament, presented, on Friday, the replies that had been voted to the inaugural speech of His Excellency. There was an unusual number of members of both Houses in attendance, besides the movers and seconders. His Excellency received the addresses of the Legislature surrounded by his official staff, and subsequently entertained the whole company at a very elegant luncheon at Govern- ment House.

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?] a.m., S.E.; 4 p.m., S.E. Weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 11.30 a.m. 12 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. TTrWD IK THE GULF TESTEBBAT. 8 a.m., 8-K. ; 4 p.m., S.E. Weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAT. n-30 a.m. | 12 p.m. ARRIVALS. Friday, September 3-The screw-steamer Admella, 4Ï8 tons, R. McEwen, master, from Melbourne, September 1st. Brown and Isblster, Town ; A. Scott, Port, agents. Pas- sengers-Messrs. A. Caulette, E. G. Collinson, J Oswald. J. Gall, W. Chambers, Miss Chambers, and the Rev. J. But- ters, in the saloon ; and Messrs. Bird, Gregory, Mrs. Scan- drett, Miss Scandrett, Charles, John, Caroline, Thomas, and Mary Scandrett, J. Drayton, J. Easton, Samuel-Hunt, T. Bobin, J. Foile, W. Berchall, R. Hunt, E. Bagde, Mrs. Brugen, J. Partridge, G. Emill, Mary Emill, C. Taint, Wm. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Townsend, and 2 children, Mrs, Wil   liams, J. Thomas, and W. Johnson, in the second cabin. IMPORTS. . ., Cargo of the Admella, from Melbourne-l case, A. scott; 1 case tin foil, I half-tierce tobacco, Armbroster. Lhlinann. and Co. ; l trunk, 1 cas...

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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. In the House of A<-sembh on Trida) - The SPEAKER took the chin atl o clock, and forthwith proceeded, with a considerible number of members, to Govei nment House to piesont the reply to tho address House remmed it half past 2 o'clock Mr. BE* NOI D» put vauous questions to the Commis nioner of Public Woiks, ielati\e to the p ij ments made to certain w 01 knien. Mr GlA DE -5 motion that the bom of meeting be fi-scd for 2 o'clock, was negatived without a drv ision. Leaie was obtained hythe COMMISSIONER of CROWN LANDS for introducing a Bill for con«ohdatingthe piesent laws relating to the imj o inding of cattle A Bill for establishing the validity of certain legula tions under the Act No 23 of 1856, was, at the insta, ice of the ATTORN El GENrRAL, le id a fiist time The COMMISSIONER of PUBLIC WORKS presented a report of the Public Woik» Department foi th° half-j eai ending July, 18JS, whicn was oideied to be punted House adiourned till Tue»d°y

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COMMERCIAL. MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Friday, September 3, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

COMMERCIAL. MAPKET REPORT. Adelaide, Friday, September 3, 1858. Some sales of flour have been effected to-day at £1510s. for country brands. There has been an enquiry for it since the receipt of telegrams reporting flour to be worth £¡2,1 in Sydney ; but there have been doubts expressed as to the authenticity of this report. Meintime it has had the effect of making holders cautious about offering flour until corroborative advices sustain the report now current that a corresponding rise has taken place in Mel- bourne. Wheat is not offering freely ; 6s. 3d. has been paid in town to-day. Bran remains unaltered. Nothing has been done at the auction rooms to-day. WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET Fine flour, £15 log. to £16 ; wheat, 6g. -, bran, is. 8d. ; barley, English, 6s. 9d. ; oats, none. COWIE tt ASPINWALL, Grenfell-street September 3,1858. Flour, £15 los, to £16 10s. ; wheat, 6s. 3d. ; bran, is. 8<L ; pollard, 2s. ; English barley, 5s. to 6s. ; Cape barley, 4s. 6d. to 6s.; oats, n...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

IT vKKiAGE J\IAI>F EASY.-An old Dutch farmer in America, just arm ed at the dignity of justice of the peace had his iirst case of marriage He did it up m tins way. He s ud lu«t to tlie man "Veil, j ou vants to be marni, to you * Veil, voulovcsh dis vornan so goot as any roman you "have ever seen'" "Yes," answered the man. Then to the y\ oman " Veil, do you loy e dis man so better as any man Toa have ever seen»" She hesitated a little, and he repeated " Veil v eil, do you like him so veil as to be his y ife * " "Yes ves," she answered "Veil, datish all any reasonable man could expect So vou are marnt, I pronounce you man and vite" 1 he man asked the Justice what yvas to pay . Notinir at all, noting at all, you are velcowe to it ii xt vii! to »ou aav gOOt!" jv«.«ugf

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KONDOPARINGA. SATURDAY AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

KONDOPARINGA. SATURDAY AUGUST 23. Present-All the members. Mr. McGowan applied for a license to re-open the pound, on section 2G59, in the lower ward. Application granted till a more suitable place can be found. The Chairman reported having engaged a psrson to remove some trees obstructing the road between Hie Meadows and Maccleslield, for the sum of £.!. Mr. Mills requested the Council to inspect the road near his residence with a view to repairing the s.inie. Mr. Barley and Latta, were requested to examine the same and make the repairs required. The following sums were ordered to be paid : -Cartres £1, on account for clearing road between Sandergrove and Cockatoo Valley ; Donald £7, on acconnt for work on Giles*.. Flat. A deviation of the road through sections 3329, 3330, 3331. and 1916, Finis Flat was decided on. The road as laid out being quite impracticable. The Clerk paid over to the Treasurer the sum ¿618 los. rates. Adjourned till Monday, the 13th September, being quarter da...

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WEST TORRENS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

WEST TORRENS. TUESDAY-, AUIIÜST 31. Present-Messrs. A. II. Davis (Chairman), Dew, Heming- way, Harrold, and Jenkins. Superintendent's Report read. Clerk instructed to advertise for post and rails, and fixing th». same on Section 219, Reedbeds. " Resolved, That Mr. John Hunt be appointed Auditor ia room of Mr. Jenkins, who is elected a Councillor. Poundkeepers' Return Sheet laid before the Council

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

VICTORIA THEATEE.-The new season yvill com- mence on Monday next, when the Scotch drama u Gil- deroy" will be produced; the principal character, Jock Muir, being sustained by Mr. Mungall, whose merits are too well known to require comment. During the recess the interior of the Theatre has been beautifully decorated, and alterations have been effected, which will afford additional accommodation to box visitors. Mr. Hender- son, the lessee, who returned from Melbourne by the Havilah, has been extremely successful in securing additional talent. The Chambers' Family, a host in themselves, will appear on Monday. The services of Miss Julia Huttmann, a very accomplished and versatile actress and danseuse, have been secured ; and arrange- ments have been made with Mr. Warner, the second-best tragedian in the Australian colonies, the far-famed Miss Emma Stanley, and Miss Kate O'Reilly, a young lady who has gained a high reputation in the provinces, may be shortly expected to grace the boards...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

MOKETON BAY. The correspondent of theSylnev JJ i ipi e wiites norn Moreton Bay, undci date lugust 19, as follows - Our traue will piont but little fiom the late European idvices Kept up and supported as tins extensive com munit}' undoubtedly is bj the pi oduction of wool, tallow, and oui othei staple expoi ts the depreciation in value of our w ool m the home markets will and does cause consi derablc disquietude m the minds of all elis es resident heie, and I icar the long del a} ed boon of separation, coupled with this fact, will have the cfiect of invo v ng many people connected with tiachng pui suits in difficul ties One stoiekeepn, îesidine in the i iteiior, is said to have succumbed to the piessure ahead} being felt, and that his liabilities aie heav} I must sa} that during the 16 yens 1 have resided in this locality the complaints of our business men of lick of trade never weie so gêner ii as at the present Ev er> thing appears to be out of joint the neglect of oui ruléis ha...

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NORTHERN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 September 1858

NOETHEEN EXPLOEATION. The following despatch has been received by the Com- missioner of Crown Lands from Mr. Babbage : Port Augusta, August 29. Sir-I beg leave to report my arrival at this place about noon to-day, on my return from my last excursion to ascer- tain whether or no the Great Salt Lake is connected with Lake Gairdner. Your printed instructions to me for my guidance upon this expedition, stating expressly that I am to map and survey the country between Lake Gairdner and Lake Torrens before proceeding northerly, I availed myself of the time during which my main camp and stores were being moved on from Beda to the Elizabeth to complete, as far as the nature of the country would permit, this portion of my map. As I shall be unable by post-time to give a full report of my late trip, I must content myself with stating that I started with Warriner from the Elizabeth on the 4th August, taking a pack-horse, lightly loaded, with us. We struck the Island Lagoon on the 6th, surveyin...

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