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BAROSSA EAST. FRIDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

BAROSSA EAST. FRIDAY, JELV S». ±*resent-All the members. The constables list was laid on the tabte, and the following persons selected to serve for tlie current year :-Fritz Tolmer, August Hoffman, and Hermann Pilz. Tlie Clerk was direjted to summon them to appear before the Council at its next meeting, in ordfjr to their being sworn in. Three copies of the new assessment (amount, £3,534 16s.) were laid on the table. Ordere 1, that one be deposited at the residence of District Constable Schulz, Rowland's Flat : one at District-constable Tolluenicr's, Lyndoch Valley ; and one retained in the Clerk's office, for inspection by the ratepayers. A letter was read from the Public Works Department, in référença to grants in aid of private subscriptions.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

To obtain exclusive and immediate possession of tho Land Fund, may be said to have been the predominating reason for the adoption of the existing Constitution. Wo have two Chambers -not because the colony agreed as to the neces- sity of two Chamber«-but because by having these wo could secure a more speedy control of our colonialiinances. There was, indeed, another method, namely, by accepting a single Chamber including a lived proportion of nominee mem- bers ; but nomineeism liad been so unniistakeably condemned by the voice of the whole country, that such a method was not to be thought of. Had we framed an Act providing a single Cham- ber and no nominees, it must have passed through the tardy stages of Parliamentary enactment in England ; but by passing our Constitution so as to embrace two Houses, we could avoid nomi- neeism on the one hand, and Parliamentary delays on the other. But why such haste ? Why could we not wait for Imperial legislation ? The reason assigned at the time...

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CLARE. MONDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

CLARE. MONDAY, JULY 13. present-All the members. The Chairman was requested to obtain the information rciuirecl in Mr. Poole's casa. The sum of £5 5s. was ordered to be paid to Mr. George Young, for auditing, &c. The application for repairs on the White Hut Road was not entertained, as the repairs required are on private property. Messrs. Hitchcox and Brady were authorised to nave the Ford repaired on the roaa, east of Section 41 ; aud if the same shall cxccjd £5, the job to be lit by tender. Tlie Chairman, Messrs. Brady, and "Sokolowsky, were re- quested to meet tlie proprietor of Section 309. at FrilUng's Hill, and the ratepayer« of that portion of the district, wlio may be interested in the matter, to ascertain wliat repairs would be desirable on the hill, &c. Messrs. Wright and Hitchcox were requested to examine the ford over the creek at Armagh, and to report at the next meeting of the Council what repairs are required to tlie same. In terms of the Chief Secreta...

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, £150. Princess Royals, £25. Royals, £1 1s. Money on freehold security, 10 to 12½. on Burra scrip, 12½.   on inferior securities, 20.

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INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 16. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] In re E. & J. EYRE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, JEXY 16. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] In re E. «fe J. EYRE. Tlie insolvents appeared on their adjourned final hearing. Mr. Parker attended for a creditor, and Mr. Andrews for the insolvents. Several creditors were present. In the absence of the Trade Assignee, His Honor desired to know if the creditors wished to examine, and recommended them not to enter into ¡¡relevancies, as his powers were defined by the Aer, and he could only punish certain violations of the statute. If they had anything fresh to urge they had better confine themselves to those points. As far as tlie evidence had gone he had come to a conclusion which he saw na reason to change, miles«! some fresh feature could be developeed. Mr. Parker opposed on behalf of Mr. Elliott, miller, on the ground of the insolvents having a short time before their insolvency obtained goods, and, on being n]>i;ed to for payment, declared themselves insol ve-> .;, His Honor said Mr. Parker could no...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thurday, July 8.] SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. rFrom the Government Gazette of Thurday, July «.] SALE OK CliOWX LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will he offered for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the f,th day of August, 1858, at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek, Angas'» lionel Station, north-east of Mount Remarkable. Hundred not named. Lots 17117 to 17120, inclusive, aa under : Sec. Acres. Trice. SPC. Acres. Price. 400 108 £419 0 I 492 120 £135 10 491 120 220 5 | 491 121 148 10 ' COUNTRY SECTIONS-upset price, .ii per acre. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek, east and north-east of Mount Remarkable, east of the Coonatto Road, nearAngas's Head Station. Hundred not named. Lots 17121 to 17134, inclusive, as under : Sec. Acres. 493 121 495 121 406 121 000 90 501 121 502 121 503 120 Sec Acres. 504 121 505 121 506 121 507 121 508 120 509 121 S10 115 County Light ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m. W., steady breeze; 4 p.m, S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 7 a.m. 7.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil ARRIVALS (COASTING.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m. W., steady breeze ; 4 p.m. S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 7 a.m. | 7.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil ARRIVALS (COASTING.) Friday, July 16-The cutter Mary, 18 tons, Shaw, master, from Kangaroo Island. One passenger. Cargo-26 bags   wheat, James Grosse ; 35 do. do., Manson. Same day-The cutter Breeze, 17 tons, Cheeseman, master, from Kingscot, Kangaroo Island. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Thomson. Cargo-140 bags wheat, Order.         Same day-The schooner Omeo, 35 tons, Lawson, master, from Yorke's Peninsula. Cargo-Firewood.     VESSELS IN HARBOUR. DISCHARGING. Adeena, schooner, 113 tons, W. W. Organ, master, from Sydney. A. J. Wright, agent. Company's Wharf. Atlantic, ship, 783 tons, Hjaine, master, from London. Amsberg and Co., Town ; S. Mocatta, Port, agents. Princes Wharf.   Austral, ship, 506 tons, Martin, master, from London. Com- pany'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

THE NEW PAPERS.-TA« South Australian Adver- tiser, and the South, Atutraliiii Weelly Chronicle, have been called into existence by the universal demand of the publio for a new Daily and a new Weekly Journal, in harmony w.th the Spirit of the Age, of independent tone, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the «pinions of the majority, and at the same time giving free scope for the exposition of the views and wishes of the minority. To harmonize the various industrial interest« of the Colony, to prove, that although diverse they are not opposed, to reconcile free discussion with good feeling, to give to every citizen a medium through which he may utter his opinions, and to uphold, none the l»ss, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopts, will be the undeviating aim of the New Papers." POLITICIANS will find in the New Paper* a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the leading q...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 16, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 16,1858. In o-n-n of yesterday we omitted to note the sale of ] ex Aii.siiul.and sugars ei Anna Dixon, by Messrs. j j Llcnrt, & Co., at Wioksteed & Co.'» auction r.-.ri. Tka s£e was pretty brisk, as this description r.i'odiioe ia now in better demand tlian other impor- tion*. Tlie ligures realized were, for congous in KC, 28«. öd. and 29s. 6d. ; chests in indifferent con :uri, £6 8s. to £7 15s. Mauritius Sugars-Good Hows, £44; fine yellows, £15 to £46. The Bale '.? a considerable one, and over £5,000 passed the mrner to buyers. Oin- attention lias been called to the discrepancy _^\t appears in the composition offered iu Messrs. arks & Co's estate, the English creditors appearing accept 5s. in the pound, wliilst the colonial credi .s »ve oiffovd 7s. 6d. Tlie representative of the îg'i-Ii cr-iii ors, however, is here, and if such .-igcMi". í .i-.-u-to hi* ' "voio!, the apparent diead -.' i~n lo :... ¿r't ere '«.!.* will not he a ba...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

FRANCE. The Patrie publishes an article, headed " Of the acquittal of Bernard." It begins by saying that the verdict of the English jury in the case of Bernard has produced in France an emotion too legitimate for any- body to think it necessary'to justify it. "Tlie emo- tion," it adds, " proves the morality of public opinion in France, and the devotedness of the country to the Sovereign who restored it to order and glory." It then alludes to the cheers that greeted Bernard's ac- quittal, and observes, " that if the English Govern- ment, or the English people, could be identified with the odious sentiments developed on the trial, they would deserve to be declared out of the pale of civili- zation, but that nobody can entertain the idea of con- founding an enlightened nation like England with the ignoble faction which has transformed the friend of an assassin into a hero." The Constitutionnel contains an article signed by M. Renee, the director, in which it says:-"lío honest man in Fr...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. DR. KANE IN THE GREAT MANILLA CRATER.-De. Kane traversed the island from Manilla to its Pacific coast, and, with his usual audacity, explored its fast- nesses, bathed in the forbidden waters of its asphaltio lake, descended to the very bottom of its great vol- cano, and perilled his life in a contest with a band oi savages, who were incensed by his profanation of their sacred mysteries. * * His descent into the Tacl was a feat which only one European had attempted before, and he without success. Dr. Kane was in company with Baron Loë, a relative of Prince Metter nich. They had an escort of natives, provided by the ecclesiastics ol'the neighbouring sanctuary of Casaisay, who pointed out the only pathway to the brink of the crater. The two gentlemen attempted the descent to- gether, but they .-=oon reached a projecting ledge, from which farther progress was absolutely precipitous. After searching in vain for some more practicable route, the Baron gave up the pr...

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THE CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

THE CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, JULY 15. Present - Messrs. Freeling (Chairman), Blyth, Mildred, Sutherland, Milne, and Everard. The minutes of the last meeting were read and con- firmed. A deputation from the inhabitants of Coromandel Valley, Cherry Gardens, Clarendon, and vicinity, was received, and a memorial was presented, praying that a survey be made of the two lines through Coromandel Valley, andrecommendinganamalgamation, as shewn by au accompanying sketch, through Sections 843,1089, 865, 864, 863, 859, and joining the line, as shown by Mr. Cumming, in Section 262; thence through Sec- tions 261,176, &c. ; on the grounds that there would be no bridge required over the Sturt, there being a good Ford there ; and that the Ford through the creek in Section 859 could be made at a small outlay. Mr. PETEK CrsittiKG- addressed the Board on his own and the public's behalf. He feared that there was an impression abroad that he was actuated by interested motives, whilst the rev...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

PUBLIC N/OÏICES. THE '. WEEKLY CHRONICLE."-NOTICE.-We pupllsh two editions of the weakly paper-one early on Friday morning, for the country mails," and another on Saturday morning, for town and the districts adjacent. The country edition contains news down to the time ol'going to press on "Friday morning; the town edition supplies intelligence twenty-four'hours later. AYith the town edition a gratuitous supplement is pnblished, containing the news arriving after the publication ot the other portion of the'paper. To COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-Advertisments ¡mended for insertion in the country ttlltiv.u of the Clironh'lp must lie at our office by 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday. PORT ADELAIDE.-We have oponed an Office at Port Ade- laide, adjacent to Mr. Boykett's, Divett-strcet, where commu- nications and advertisements may be left. We bsg to inform our Port readers that we have engaged a runner to deliver the papers every morling, immediately on arrival ; and should be glad, in the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. Y - Our correspondent must gneus his name before we can publish his letter Were his allegations denied b> the parties impugned, Ate should have norn" ins either ot justifying the statement«, nor of giving satisfaction to those aggrieved Tire RMN-GAUOE-We beg to acknou ledge our indebted- ness to the lion <*. S Kingston, tor his table ol' the rain- gauge.

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1858. MB. MATX'BIX has aunouneed his intention of retiring from tlie representation of tlie electoral district of Light, and -n e this day publish that ! gentlemans address to the electors. For Mr. j Maumu personally we entertabi no feelings but j those of respect, and should be uufcignedly re- i gretfid if our personal remarks were to be con- strued by him as other than courteous and well intentioned. But we cannot avoid thinking that the hon. gentleman has placed both himself and his constituents on the horns of à dilemma. It is not, however, for the purpose of revealing this state of things that we now refer to the subject ; our only motive in adverting to it is in order to obviate misconceptions upon an impor- tant constitutional question ; to take precedence of any effort that may be made to lead astray the popular judgment ; to vindicate great prin- ciples against private invasion ; and to show that what is good for the colony at large cannot be b...

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MAYOR'S COURT. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, JULY 15. (Before his Worship the Ma[?]or.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

MAYOR'S COURT. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, JULY 15. (Before his Worship the Mavor.) WATER CART.-James Smith charged with not keeping his water cart full, confessed to having been stopped on the way to the Water Works with an empty cart. The Superintendant of the Fire Brigade on the occasion of a fire in Weymouth-street on the evening of the 7th, stopped Smith's cart for a supply of water, and, on finding his cask empty laid the in- formation. If there had been water in the cart pro- perty would have been saved. He was fined 10s. and costs, in all 22s. UNLICENSED WATER CART.-James Fox charged with hawking or selling water in an unlicensed water carl, defended liimself on the ground that be was sup plj ing water to the fire before mentioned, and that he received a ticket entitled him to a reward for his being the first cart. His Worship hesitated as to whether conveying water to a fire is strictly hawking or selling, bul ultimately fined the defendant 10s. and 5s. cost. The defendant on payin...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

VICTORIA. GRAND MASONIC BANQUET TO THE MAYOS OF MEL- BOURNE.-On Tuesday, 6th July, the free and ac- cepted Masons, at Melbourne, entertained John Thomas Smith, Esq., M.L.A., the Eight Worshipful Mayor of Melbourne, and tlie Eight Worshipful Pro- vincial Grand Master for Victoria under the Irish Constitution, at the Cefé de Paris, Bourke-street. The banquet was given on the occasion of the ap- proaching departure of his Worship for Europe. A friend of agricultural progress in Victoria Iia3 placed at the disposal of the editor of the Melbourne Argt(s, a gold cup of the value of one hundred-guineas each year, for the next five years. It ln?s been ar- ranged, with the approval of the donor, that the first prize cup shall be presented to the person who shall be pronounced, by a jury appointed by the several Agricultural Societies in Victoria, to have renicved, during the year ending the 30th of September, 1858, the best service to the cause of agriculture. Amongst the publicans' licenses...

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PAYNEHAM. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

PAYNEHAM. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Russell, Green, and Stephens.     The minutes of former meeting were read and confirmed.   A letter was received from Mr. Josh. Gilbert, offering to dedicate the roads in the village of Marden to the Payneham District Council. The letter was intrusted to Councillor Green, to obtain a conveyance. Mr. Trevenan attended, as requested by the Council to ex- plain discrepancies in his returns. The matter was adjourned until next meeting. Mr. Munro, of the East Torrens Hotel, attended, respecting the drainage from his premises. The Chairman engaged to inspest the same on Friday next. James Jury tendered for cutting down crown of the road on the north and south sides of the Third Creek, at Magill, at 1s. 6d. per cubic yard. Resolved, that Hamlin & Rowney's offer to form the Glynde-road, including the two sides, at 5s. per chain, be accepted. Mr. Allen's returns from Marden Poun...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

..-'.-? "'/;_Auctions. ' * " ' THIS DAY (Saturday), July 17. TO DRAPERS, COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. E SOLOMON & CO. are instructed to sell, at the . City Auction Mart, This Day (Saturday), July 17, at 11 o'clock 100 Paira Miller Drab MOLESKIN TROUSERS, slightly sx>otted. Without reserve. THIS DAY (Saturday), July 17. LARGE MISCELLANEOUS SALE. E SOLOMON & CO. will sell, at the City Auction « Mart, This Day (Saturday), July 17, at 11 o'clock A Quantity of SUNDRIES, consisting of Oihnens' Stores Groceries Saddlery Ironmongery ' Hardware Drapery Crockery &c., &c~. THIS DAY (Saturday), July 17. Ö CASKS GLASSWARE. TO CHINA. GLASS WAREHOUSEMAN, AND OTHERS. E \7\ SOLOMON «fe CO. aro instructed to sell, at the Jil, City Auction Mait, This Day (Saturday), July 17, at 11 o'clock 193 AD-1 cask 28?, doz. J pint TUMBLERS 304-1 do. 24" do. do. 195-1 do. 35i do. do. 213-1 do. 19" do. Wine Glasses (Prince's) 214-1 do. 23J do. do. Without reserve. THIS DAY (S...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, July 15] APPOITMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 17 July 1858

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, July 16.1 APPOITMENTS. G. M. Waterhouse, Esq., as the Chief Commissionerfor the City Water Supply and Drainage, vice Maturin, resigned. .1. R. Gurner,p£sq..!and E. A. Phillips. Esq.,?o be Honorary Surgeon Dentists to the Adelaide Hospital. Mr. Hiram Mildred to be Sub-Collector of Customs, at Port Elliot and Encounter Bay. Mr. Francis Vivian Moyle, to be Keeper of the new Public Pound, situate on Allotment No. 3, Township o Hamilton. SHIPMENTS OF FLOUR AND GRAIN. Return of Shipments of Flour and Gram from the Out Ports for the month of June, 1858. To Foreign Ports. Flour . 2i7ètons. Bran. « tons. Barley. Mqn. Oats.y-. «<l«. To Port Adelaide. Flour. ?S,t?ns Bran. f**,*0"3' Wheat. 4J7¿qrs. IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION. Return of passengers inwards and outwards, at Port Adelaide, during the week ended Saturday, July io, 1858. INWARDS-Male adults, 180; female adults, 128 male children, 42 ; female children, 44. OUTWAR...

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