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SHIP MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

SHIP MAILS The following is the official hat of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, September 6,1858. Maila will be dispatched as under : For Great Britain, by the contract packet, to Suez and over- land, via Melbourne, on Saturday, September 11, at 12. For New South Wales, by the Admella, steamer, via Mel- bourne, on Tuesday, September 7, at 12 ; by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Saturday, September li, at 12. For Victoria, by the Admella, Steamer, to Melbourne, on Tuesday, September 7, at 12; by the Burra Burra, steamer, to Melbourne, on Saturday, September li, at 12 ; by the Ville de Cannes, to Melbourne, this day, Monday, September 6, at 12. For Tasmania, by the Admella, steamer, via Melbourne, on Tuesday, September 7, at 12 ; by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Saturday, September ii, at 12. For New Zealand, bv the Admella, steamer, via Melbourne, on Tuesday, September 7, at 12; by the Burra Burra, steamer, ...

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POLICE COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before Mr. R. F. Newland.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

POLICE COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before Mr. R. F. Newland.) DRUNKENNESS.-TWO cases of this natur* were disposed of by a fme of Tis. in each instance. ^^^

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LABOUR MARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

LABOUK MARKET. fFrom Hunt's Labour Office.] Per Annum with Board and Slaughtermen, 4<u Lodgin Barmen, nos to 4»H domestic and I) ury .Servants. Wait« s, 20« to 30s I em ile Housekeepers, £>a to £?). («ood Cooks, £25 to £30 Housemaid«, £20 to £2-» Laundresses, £>s to £28 Kitchenmaids, £20 to £23 Upper nurses, £20 to £¿6 Nurses £ioto £20 Nurse Girls, £7 to £i Piecework without Rations Stonebreakers per culuc yat d, 2s Cd to 5s 9(1 Brickmakers, per 1,000 (with out burning) 16s Sawyers, per 100 feet cedar, 128 Tencers, per rod, 3 rails, 2s 6d toss General Servants, £¿0 to £2« Wire Fencing, per rod, 3 to Dair> maids, £20 to £23 Barmaids, £40 to £52 Waitresses, £30 to £40 Domestic and Farm Servants. Male. Mimed Couples, £52 to £60 wires, and cross rail, l8 ed to 2s Per Day, without Board and Lodging Blacksmiths, ios to Ms Bricklayers, los to 12s Ploughmen, (single) £40 to Carpenters, 10s to Ila _ - - ,_ . Cabinetmakers, about 11s general Labourers, £40 to £32 Camagemak...

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AMERICA AS IT IS. (From the New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

AMERICA AS IT IS. (From the Aew York Herald.) Let us look to the condition of things in this city alone, and we shall find it an illustration of what is going on through the whole country. To become rich without work is the great object of the masses. Fine houses, fine equipages, line clothes-these are the main-springs which give motion to social life and are the ambition of all. To sell millions of dollars' worth of goods in a year, and millions of dollars' worth of stocks in a month, to build railways and towns for the benefit of the managers and agents, to speculate in pa- tent rights, to seize upon Government con- tacts, ave the sole business of hundreds of thousands of people. Even agriculture runs wild after new machines to do its ordinary work : dol- lars are given for a dozen doubtful seeds : exotics are bought by the bale to wither in our incon- stant climate ; and now horse tamers are rising up in regiments to break in the colls in the coun- try and sweat the credidous out...

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SIR WILLIAM DUNBAR ON EXTENSION OF LIMITED LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

SIR WILLIAM DUNBAR ON EXTENSION OF LIMITED LIABILITY. The following is an extract from a speech re- cently delivered in the House of Commons by Sir William Dunbar, the member for fhe Wig- town Burghs, in the debate on Mr. Headlam's Joint-Stock Companies Bill : Sir William said-If it is wise to allow limited liability in any business or trade, ami the past legislation of this House has decided that point in the affirmative, then I am at a loss to conceive why the business of banking should form the only exception. (Hear, hear.) Has my lion, friend shown the House that unlimited responsi- bility has in tinie past provrd an un'Yiliner specific for all the evils he dreads 'i IT.T- there been no mismanagement, no wild speculation, no fraud or dishonesty commit led under the sv. stem which he would wi«h to retain in its full vigour and integrity ? Why. the experience of every mem- ber of this House bears painful testimony to the contrary - bears painful testimony lo the fact that the syst...

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THE SQUATTING QUESTION. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

THE SQUATTING QUESTION. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir-AVe have heard a great deal of late about the falling off in the price of wools, asa reason why the owners of herds of cattle and horses should not pay a proper rental for the people's land, and which it now appears accord- ing to some they have done wrong in selling from " under the feet of the squatters ;" but is it seriously contended that wool is less than the average of the last 20 years, or that it is not 50 per cent, higher than 10 years ago? But what about the price of mutton and beef; has that fallen off, more than the price of com ? I remember not 10 years since I bought sheep at 4s. and 5s. ; now in the market I see 22s. is the price. Now there is 116,000 people in the colony ; say they consume 1,000 cwt. of meataday, the wholesale prico being 30s. per cwt., ¿6750 a day, or £273,000 a year ; as one half the whole- sale price of meat received by the fortunate stock and flockowners, who in equity should be paying ...

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PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

PARLIAMENTARY REPORTING. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir-Having been doomed to attend the gallery of the ? House of A&scmbh, foi the purpose of assisting m pre sentmg the sa} m^s of hon member» to the woi Id, you will pei haps permit me, tlnough j out valuable lournal, to make a few suggestions which, if adopted, ma\ enable me and others siimlaily engaged, to dischaigethedutie-. devolving upon us with greater ease to oui «elves and greater sit stiiction to lion members and the public \n efficient reporter "5ir, is a tolcrally smart «oit of fellow it is, quite i mistake to suppose that lus eai s aie necessanh longer than those of otbei people , theieforc, above all I sa\ to bon members, " ¡speak up for to be coirectlv reported -vou must be di«tinctl\ heard ' V svstem piovails I am informed, m the French fh imber which might be copied with aJvantage beie. There the members duect their -voices and addie=s themselves as it were to the îepresentatnes of the press, and theie ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, Mount Crawford, Section G36-One light red cow, white belly, off ear marked, ST with T under off ribs ; one red heifer, white back, belly, part hind legs, and tail, cock horns, like ¡2 with like Co or Go under near ribs ; one red bull, about one year old, like li with T under conjoined off rump ; one strawberry heifer, red back and neck, like M i f off rump, both ears marked. If not claimed, will be sold September 27,isas, at noon. ROBERT MITCHELL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Moorundee-One larjçe whita bullock, cock bonis, yellow on head and neck, branded like GUN near shoulder, blotch brand near ribs, like gil con- joined off rump, 8 off thigh ; one red siiaily-horried cow, white on flank, branded F.l off ribs, piece out of off ear, like ^ F near rump ; one red bullock, hoop horns, lump on near side horn, branded like MC near ribs, like R near shoulder one red-sided-cow, hoop horns, white on back, belly, and tail, branded l...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

F Shipping._, REDUCED FARES. - TO MEL-1 BOUBNE IN 89 HOURS. - The new and powerful steamship ADMELLA sails for Melbourne on Tuesday next, the 7th inst., at 2 o'clock precisely. Train 1-40. Saloon passage . **>. Steerage . ^2. de] BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbert-place, Town. OB GOOLW A.-The steamer _ MELBOURNE will be dispatched as above, at 3 p.m., weather permitting, on Wednesday, 8th inst. For freight or passage, apply to FRANCIS CADELL, Gilbert-place ; or to d3 W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., & CO., Port. "VfOTICE TO MURRAY RIVER i>| SHIPPERS.-RANDELL'S LINE rOF STEAMERS.-The steamer - BUNYIP, having returned from her first trip up the river, will be despatched for the Darling, Mumimbridgee, and Swan Hill, without delay. For freight, earlv application is requested. de ° ' - ll ELDER STIRLING, & CO. TEAM TO GUICHEN BAY. NOTICE.- During the following months the steamer ANT, Frederick P. Snewin, Commander, will sail between the above ports every alternate week only vi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

FALSE IMPRISONMENT ON BOVRD A SITTP FEOM ADELAIDE.-The following paragraph from thp Home. News of the 17th shows what extraordinary statements are taken home from these colonies by sailors:-"Captain Thomas Stewart, the master of the ship Water Nvmph, from Adelaide, appeared before Mr. Seife, the magistrate at tlie Thames Police Office, London, a few days since, chars:«! with assaulting Ben- jamin Hughes, a seaman, who had shipped at Adelaide on. board the Water Xymph. On the night of Friday, the 26th of February, Captain Stewart caine on deck very" mueh ex- cited, and told the second officer that if he could not find any- thing for the wateh to do he (the captain) would. The cap- tain then had the watch called aft to square the yards. As the men were going aft, some of them were speaking of the bad times in Adelaide and the want of employment among the people there, and one of them made answer, ' Yes, thev were hungry when we left, and they will be vvors? yet.' Tlie captain hearing ...

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ICE-MAKING MACHINE. [From the Illustrated London News.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

ICE-MAKING MACHINE. [From the Illustrated London News.] The public has had an opportunity during the past week of witnessing a series of successful experiments with a large ice-making machine, the invention of Mr. Harrison, of Geelong, colony of Victoria. The machine is driven by a ten-horse engine, and has been erected on the premises No. 4, Red Lion-square, for the sole purpose of test- ing its efficiency prior to its exportation to Aus- tralia. The arrangements are but of a tem- porary nature, and the experiments have been carried on for only a few hours at a time, yet the machine has produced ice at the rate of from 5,000 to 6.000 lbs. per day ; and, when perma- nently fixed and regularly worked, it is ex- pected that the inventor's estimate of 8,000 to 10,000 lbs. of ice per day will be accom- plished. The refrigeration is produced by the eva- poration of ether in a vacuum; and the peculiarity of the invention consists in the arrangements for evaporating the ether at a low temp...

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 9th day of September, 1853, at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. County Hindmarsh-West of the road from the Tin Tot to Langborne's Bridge, about two miles south of the Tin rot, Hundred of Strathalbyn. Sec. Acres. SeC. Acres. 1462 37 I 1463 3i> Light-South of Slievebavvn, between St. Creek and the Light, Hundred of Belvidere. Brity Kitt's m 172 173 174 177 173 C8 8G 91 90 104 111 179 182 1S6 187 183 S4 92 11!) County Light-Kast of the rino creek, between the Pine Creek I'lagstafl'aml Monckton's Head Station, west of the Cdbcrt, Hundred ofSaddleworth. - 1.17 138 139 I-f-J m. 91 in - 91 148 * 94 149 no 150 101 County Stanley-1< arrell's Flat, about live miles north by east of Mintaro, Hundred of Stanley. 189 71 I 192 71 190 79 193 91 191 129 I 194 H» Notice is given that the following portions of Crown L...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

_ Auctions._ TO-MORROW (Tuesday), September 7. CARGO OF THE SUCCESS, FROM MAURITIUS. SUGAR. DATES. RICE. CASTOR OIL. COCOANUT OIL. COIR ROPE. OAKUM AND SPUNYARN. COCOANUTS. BRANDY. RUM. Ice, &c., ice. TO MERCHANTS, GROCERS, SADDLERS, SPIRIT MERCHANTS, IRONMONGERS, MACHINISTS, &c, âc, &.C. E SOLOMON & CO. have been favoured with in . btructions from Messrs. P. Levi & Co., to submit to public competition at the City Auction Mart, To- morrow (Tuesday), September 7, at 11 o'clock The CARGO of the SUCCESS from MAURITIUS, as under LE&Co. 2,005 Bags Sugar, as under Petit Sable. 1. 46 Bags Sugar Camarín. 2. 165 do. do. Argy. 3. 182 do. do. Riviere. 4. 83 do. do. Providence. 5. 96 do. do. Ditto. 6. 247 do. do. Mapou. 7. 201 do. do. Petit Sable. 8. 224 do. do. Belle Etang. 9. 330 do. do. ¿Beau Bois. 10. 4 do. do. Ditto. 11. 3 do. do. Sauve Terre. 12. 35 do. do. les Marres. 13. 4 do. do. Windsor. 14. 119 do. do. Bon Espoir. 15. 3 do. do. Rozan. 1...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

EXHIBITION OF PKIZE STOCK.-The shop of Mr. Bennett, butcher, of Hindley-street, was besieged on Saturday, with partie? anxious to catch a glimpse of tho prize si oek, which attracted so much attention at the latean nual exhibition, and which were slaughtered on Thursday last. The joints were really magnificent, although thev re- minded us-j however, of the remarks of the youn» lady in Pickwick, when handed apork pie with nothing but fatin it-they were ?. rather too rich." Such was clearly not however the general opinion, for so numerous and deter- mined were the contests to obtain the "tit-bits," that Mr. Bennett found himself placed in a position ^f no small difficulty, in determining upon which of his iavored customers he should bestow them. Independently of the enoriuou« ox. the South Downs, and the piga, which when living appeared momentarily in danger of being carried off by apoplexy, there was a monster calf, as big as an ordinary fat bullock, in reference to whic h it was obs...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

?\)t Ikerfeft ADELAIDE : MONDAY, SEPTEMBER o', 1858. IT is not yet known what may be the course re- commended by the Government with regard to the main roads of the colony, but the question is one that the community ought not to place in abeyance for a single hour. How to make, and how to maintain our roads, are, certainly, pro- blems the solution of which has yet to be discovered. The Central Hoad Board have un- doubtedly done their best, but every new inves- tigation but serves to show that the result is unsatisfactory. Some may blame the Board, but we had rather condemn the system ; in fact, it is a change of measures rather than a change of men, that is called for in this case. On a recent occasion we showed the arithmetical certainty with which the income of the Board (however great that income) would annually diminish, so long as it was charged with the cost of repairing as well as that of constructing our public roads. A recent statement by the Central Board of Main Bo ads pu...

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A NEW BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

A NEW BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MALL COMPANY. The following is a copy of the Prospectus of a Joint Stock Company, to be formed under the name of the British and Australian Royal Mail Company (limited). Capital, £600,000 sterling, in 6,000'shares of £100 each, with power to in- crease the amount by special resolution of the shareholders. Provisional Committee-Samuel Cunard, Esq-, London; Thomas Buchanan, Esq. (of Messrs. Dennistoun, Buchanan, & Co.), Glasgow ; Charles Mac Iver, Esq. (of Messrs. D. & C. Mac Iver), Liverpool; John Burns, Esq. (of Messrs. G. & J. Burns), Glasgow : Donald Currie, Esq., Liverpool; Peter Blackburn, Esq., M.P., of Killearn ; James Jamieson, Esq. (of Messrs. James Jamieson & Co.), Glasgow ; A. S. Finlay, Esq., M.P., of Castle Toward : Edward Johnston, Esq. (of Messrs. Edward Johnston, Sons & Co.), Liverpool ; James White, Esq. (of Messrs. John & James White), Glasgow ; with power to add to their number. Mana...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. MEETING OF ELECTORS AT CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

ELECTION MEETINGS. MEETING OF ELECTORS AT CLARE. A numerously attended meeting of electors was held at Stacey's Hotel, Clare, on Thursday evening, the 2nd September, for the purpose of hearing from Mr. McEllister an exposition of his political opinions. Be- tween 200 and 300 electors were present, and Mr. Francis Tresize, of White Hut, occupied the chair. The CHAIRMAN having intimated to the meeting the object for which they had been called together, intro- duced Mr. McEllister, and asked that a fair hearing would be afforded him, and any gentlemen who might desire to address the meeting. Mr. McELLISTER then came forward, and felt highly flattered at the kind and warm reception which had been given to him. He would pledge himself to nothing, ex- cepting that if he did not give the electors of Burra and Clare full satisfaction in the performance of his parlia- mentary duties, and if such dissatisfaction were intimated to him by any number of the electors, he would resign the trust of...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?] a.m., S.SW.; 4 p.m., W.S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 1[?]30 a.m. 2 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. -WIM» IN THE OUU YESTERDAY. S a.m., S.SW. : 4 p.m., W.S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 1 "3öa.m. | 2 p.m. ARRIVALS. Sunday, September 5-The schooner James, 116 tons. W. Stevenson, muster, from Melbourne, August 15th. No pas- sengers. In ballast. J. Newman and Son, agents. ARRIVALS (COASTING). Saturday, September 4-The schooner William Pope, 38 tons, Lamb, master, from Yankalilla. No passengers. Cargo 22 tons flour, Darwent; 68 bags wheat. Hart and Co. Same day-The paddle-steamer Melbourne, 75 ton?. King, master, from the Goolwa. Passengers Mr. Hynes. Mr. and Mrs. Loechner. and 6 children in the cabin. Cargo-502 bags ore, Sqnarey and Co ; 185 bags potatoes. J. Darwent; cpkgs, Alexander. Same day-The cutter Breeze, 17 tons, Cheeseman, master, from Yankalilla. Passenger-Mr. Gilbert Cargo- 2« bags seconds, 110 bais flour, Ferguson. Same day-The schooner Eclair, Turpie, master, from Yan- kalilla and Second Valley. Passengers-Mr. Attrel and Sou. and Miss Howell. Cargo l...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. STRATHALBYN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

DISTRICT COUNCILS. STRATHALBYN". SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. Present-All the members. Clerk paid tlie Treasurer 21. 5s., receipts siuce the last meeting. Mr. Paterson reported tliat he had met the Monnt Barker District Council relative to the repair of roads, &c, between the two districts, and had made arrangements for repairing road at .Toblin's Hill and also to the south of the Morning Star. TI jth regard to the foot-bridge bv Mr. Lang's, he thought if the Council would make a bridge for carriage tra nie, many private persons would contribute towards it. Clerk was instructed to call for tenders for clearing the road through the scrub between Strathalbyn and the Tinpot; also, to write to the Kondoparinga District Council for inoietv of I the cash of fencing Glenbar Road; also, to the Macclesfield Council, requesting inoietv of cash of repairs in the Bugle Ranges ; to call their attention to the want of further repairs in the same locality ; and to request them to appoint a time to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 6 September 1858

MR. WERE. - The following paragraph relating to the estate of this gentleman has been going the round of the Melbourne papers :- A final meeting in this estate was held on Thursday last, when Mr. Were repeated in open Court his willingness to give up to his creditors the whole of his private property, estimated at over £20,000, which it appears very doubtful whether he could have been compelled to do. His certificate having been granted at the last meeting, the question at this meeting seemed to be as to how, and when, the property should be realised; and the fight now would appear to be among   the legal profession for the lion's share of the proceeds. CHINESE "NAVVIES." - A detachment of 20 Chinamen set off yesterday from Castlemaine to work on Messrs. Bruce and Cornish's railway contract. It appears that numerous inquiries have been of late addressed to the Chinese Protector by Chinamen as to the probability of their finding employment on the railway works, and the s...

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