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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., E., very light; 4 p.m., N.W., fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 7 a.m. 7:30 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 July 1858
SHIPPING NEWS. Wixr» IN THE GI:LF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m.. K., ven* light ; 4 p.m., N.W., fine. HIGH WATER OX TUE BAU THIS DAY. 7 ¡l.lll. i 7*30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Saturday, July 17-The barque George Kidd, 418 tons, Alexander Rogers, master, from Dundee, March 28th. E dir, Stirling, and Co.. agents. Passengers-Mr. Joseph Esplín, Mrs. Emma Carter, Mr. John Carter, Miss Emma Carter, and Mr. James A. Hughes in the cabin. ARRIVAL (COASTING.) [Per Magnetic Telegraph.] Sunday, July is -The screw-steamer Ant, Snewin, master, iVor.i Port Rebe .Inly 17th. Younghusband and Co., agents. Passengers-"Mr Mockridgc, Mr. and Mrs. Crow, and four children in the cabin ; and Messrs. F. Goddard, J. Little, G. NicoD, W. Donnelly, G. Hanson, J. Rylev, andF. Holmes in the steerage. Inl-ailust. . IMPORTS. Cargo of the George Kidd, from Dundee-2.7C2 pieces floor- ing, Order ; l winding pulley and brake, 1 shaft, 1 clutch, 1 crank, 23 pieces pumps, 1 wheel, 1 piuion, 1 bundle iron rods, 2 pump rod euds, 11 pieces mach...
PORT ADELAIDE. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 July 1858
POET ADELAIDE. CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held at the Ship Hotel, Port Ade- laide, on Saturday morning, July 17, to enquire into the circumstances connected with the sudden death of the infant son of Mr. Joseph Scott, of Port Adelaide. Several Jurors were late in their attendance which was taken notice of by the Coroner, shortly after which, Mr. H. Ranford, who had been summoned to attend, entered the room, but was dismissed by the Coroner,who expressed his intention to enforce in &nbsp; this instance the laws regulating the attendance of Juries. Dr. Gething, on being questioned by the Coroner, Stated that it woidd be necessary to make a post mortem examination to determine the cause of death, which he was requested to do. The Jury, (Mr. Sawtell, foreman), then proceeded to view the body, and returned in a few minutes. Helen Scott, examined by the Coroner-The body which the Jury had just seen was that of her child, named William, it had not been baptised. Would have b...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 July 1858
DIED. On the 17th instant, at her father's residence, Carrington- street, Adelaide, Caroline, daughter of Mr. J. G. Witt, aged 28 years. On the 18th instant, at Burnside, Horace Edwin, infant son of E. T. Smith, aged 3 months and 10 days.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 July 1858
_Auctions.___ THIS DAY (Monday), July 19. LEASE OF POLHILL'S STABLES, KING WIL LIAM-STREET. CHARLES JENKINS will sell by auction, This Day (Monday), July 19, at 4, to 11 o'clock, on the pre- &nbsp; mises The LEASE of the STABLES, Ac., late in the occupa- tion of Mr. Edward Polhill, Currie-street. THIS DAY (Monday), July 19. IN THE COURT OF INSOLVENCY» IN RE EDAWARD POLHILL, INSOLVENT. BY ORDER OF THE TRADE ASSIGNEES. CHARLES JENKINS will sell by'Auction. This Day Monday, July 19, at the Stables of the (Insol- vent, Currie-'-street", at half-past 10 for 11 «'clock' pre* cisely * 3 GIGS, 4 DOG-CARTS, 1 SPRING CART Four-in-hand Carriage and Gig Harness TandemLeading Harness &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Saddle* (Side and Cross-countryL Bridles, Wha«M Omnibus ("Magnet"' 2 Carriages, 2 Gigs 9 Horses Stable Requisites, Ac., Le., à«. âx TO-MORROW (Tuesday), July 20. IN THE COURT OF INSOLVENCY. IX RE EDWARD POLHILL, INSOLVENT. BY ORDER OF THE TRADE ASSIGNEES. CHARLES ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 19 July 1858
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the Public Pound, Section "iO'19, Hundred of Talunga-The bay filly, white star in fore-head, white near hind foot, advertised last week, branded like AV off shoulder, should have been like AV with J over conjoined off shoulder. EDWARD BRICE, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public round, in the Township of Aric toria, near Kapunda Minc-One strawberry cow, white back, belly, and hind legs, red ears, indistinct brand near ribs ; one red heifer calf, white belly, tail, and forehead, no brands visible ; one red heifer calf, little white on back, belly, and tail, no brands visible ; ona red bull calf, little white on belly and hind legs, no brands visible If not claimed, will be sold August 9,1858, at noon. RICHARD ROWETT, Jim., Poundkeeper. Impundcd at the Public Pound, Bloomfield, Section 3fi0, River Light, Port Gawler-One roan bullock, branded like AV-H off rump, rope and coupling chain on neck ; one red bullock, branded like 222 with w-y under on near ri...
CURIOSITIES OF STEAM POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
CURIOSITIES OF STEAM POWER. So great are our obligations to this prime mover, and so important is its place in modern civilization, that any information relating to it is interesting. Those who have studied the subject will receive with some little surprise the new facts to which we now propose to direct their attention, and which may be said to be of somewhat an anomalous character. The first of these facts is that, in the process of | condensation, another circumstance than the mere presence of cold water is necessary, at least as regards condensation in tubes ; and the second is, that the steam itself may be made to produce a vacuum, the use of which in working engines promises to be of very great importance. We shall endeavour to place both these matters very briefly before our readers. It is popularly known that, in the " low pressure" engines, such as are used in most sea-going ships, the "used steam"-that is, the steam which has just driven the piston from one end of the cyli...
AUSTRALIAN COTTON GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
AUSTRALIAN COTTON GROWING. The Melbourne Age of 12th f uly contains the following interesting letter from a gentleman ot Sydney, on the subject of the establishment of a cotton growing colony on the northern shores of this continent. It will be remembered that a few weeks back a correspondence between a Mr. Cruikshank and the Colonial Office, upon the same subject, ap- peared in the public journals, by which the public of Australia were given to understand, if they were dis- posed to take the hint, that the disposition of the English Government to aid in opening up the still un- developed resources of Australia, ia not favourable. Our contemporary the Age, blames the indolence as well as the duplicity of the Colonial Office, for the failure of the scheme, and generally for its indifference to the extension of English enterprise in these colonies. It appears Mr. Bright and others have been long urging on the British Government to aid in opening up the cotton growing resources of Indi...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
VICTORIA. Mint for Victoria.-The following occurs in the quarterly report of the Melbourne Chamber of Com- merce, read at the meeting on July 7th : " The amount of gold transmitted hence to Sydney for coinage, and the expense and delay involved in the operation, taken into consideration with the advan- tages that woidd accrue to this community from the facility of having its gold assayed and certified on the spot, and its gold circulation supplemented in propor- tion to its requirements, has suggested the expediency of establishing a branch of the Royal Mint in Mel- bourne, and a memorial has been presented to His Excellency the Governor, praying that steps may he taken for the accomplishment of this object." Crime ox the Goldfields.-With respect to this subject, which has been so frequently and pointedly alluded to by our Melbourne contemporaries, we heard Mr. M'Lachlan, whilst on the Bench of Eaglehawk a few days since, make a remark which is worthy of note. He says it was a remar...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
NEW SOUTH WAXES. Lecture by His Exceltjexcy the Goyebnor G-eneeaIi.-A lecture, the first of a series proposed to be given in connection with the Young Men's Christian Association, was delivered on the 5th inst. by His Excellency, at the Infant School-room, Castlc reagh-street, Sydney. The Kev. Thomas Binney oc- cupied the chair. A numerous and highly respectable attendance listened to the address, and frequently ap- plauded the more prominent opinions and sentiments expressed by tie lecturer. The subject chosen was, "A Church considered as a Social Institution." Thirty-five persons were com icteel at the Central Police Court, Sydney, on the 5th Jul}', for having boen found drunk, and were severally sentenced to pay 10s. or 24 hours' imprisonment. ¡Serious ITeuds between Irish and Exglish | Labourers.-The neighbourhood of Blackhill and the villages in the immédiate neighbourhood of the Consett Iron Works, has these last few days been the scene of much turbulence and outrage. It would...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
VICTORIA. Tur Mfrc\ï>tiieGyse vr Melholbî&lt;f -In reference to our notice m vcstei day's Adi ertise), of the trial recently con- cluded at Melbourne (Courtnc} and Mackenzie v Graham and Another) we mav further state that at the earl} examination of Air Nicholas Riordan before tin Commissioner ot Insol lint}, considerable atttnticu was dravm to a payment to Messrs Graham &. Sand's of ii,100, for commission on accom- modation lull«,-the whole amount having been paid a few davs before Riordan s stoppage. Thctnal, as vvehavtalready înlormed our readers, has resulted in a verdict for the assignees, and a« no intimation appears to hive been given on the part of the defend nits to mov e for a new tri ii, it is pro- bable that this case, which is one of great commercial lmpoi tance, has now been finally disposed of
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
SALES BY AUCTION. By E. Solomos & Co.-At the City Auction Mart, Sugar, Cofiec, Sago, Soap, Dried Apples, Sardines, Oilmen's Stores, Sperm Cantiles ; also, the schooner Adeena, sails, spars, &c. By Green, Parr, & Luxmoohe-At the Exchange Auction Mart, Blankets, Modérateur Lamps, &c. By NVicksteei), Rotting, Townsend, & Co.-Books, Stationer}*. Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Toys, Baskets, Jeweller}', &a, &c.
THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF TOE ADVERTISER, Sir-We have had enough of place-jobbing and place-making in the old country, and we do trust that you will, through your columns, suggest the expeilieney of our riders keeping clear of similar practices ; it is ^he more necessary for you to do so, as we cannot avoid observing a tendency on their part to permit things to drift into a like state of corruption. As illustrative of that growing evil we woidd especially invite atten- tion to tlie numerous appointments recently made for the purpose of endeavouring to carry out the anomalous provisions of the Real Property Act an Act which, to the credit of our colony, we hope will be, ere long, erased from our Statute Book. We find three respectable gentlemen, wholly unacquainted with the law of real property, have been appointed for the purposes of that Act ; and with them two legal men, both possessing, in all probability, a rea- sonable knowledge of their profession ; and these fiv...
ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
ADELAIDE "WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. Ale- _ £ s. d, Bass's, No, 3, duty paid, per hhd. ..850 Allsopp'8. 7 10 0 Salt & Co,'s, No. 3. 7 0 0 AN orthington & Robertson's .. ..700 C'obb's, per ditto. 0 0 0 Gharrington's. per ditto. 5 10 0 Other brands, per ditto. 5 10 0 Friend's Allsopp's, per dozen .. .. 0 11 3 Byass'» Bottled, per ditto .. .. 0 11 0 Dunbar's, ditto ditto . 0 io 0 Marzetti's, ditto ditto. 0 10 0 Tcnnent's, ditto ditto . 0 9 0 Harper's, ditto ditto . 0 9 0 Hibbert's, ditto ditto. 0 9 0 Bridge's, ditto ditto . 0 9 6 Hobsons, ditto ditto . 0 9« Evans's, ditto ditto . 0 9 0 Bass's ditto ditto, red diamond ..096 OiKer brands . 0 7 6 Stout-Truman's XX, per hhd. 7 10 0 Ditto X, per ditto .. ..600 Tavlor's, ditto . 7 10 0 Hoare's ditto . 6 5 0 Barclay's ditto . 6 0 0 Whitbread'» ditto. S io o Miller's ditto. 6 0 0 Other brands, ditto . 6 0 0 Byass's bottled, per dozen .. .. 8 10 6 Dunbar's ditto, ditto . 0 9 6 Marzetti's ditto, ditto. ...
SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E.; 4 p.m., N.W., very light. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 7.30 a.m. 8 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
SHIPPING- NEWS. Wind in the Gulf Yesterday. 8 a.m., N.E. ; 4 p.m., N.W., very light. High Water on the Bar this Day. 7.30 a.m. | 8 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil *.* A large vessel was sighted from the beach yesterday evening, but the wind was light, and little probability of being boarded CLEARED Monday, July 19-The screw steamer Admella, H McEwan, master, for Melbourne Passengers-Mr. F. Jones, Mr. Scott, Mr. T. Rolfe, Mrs. Rolfe, Mr. J. Whittaker, Mr. Muirhead, &nbsp; Air Kcllv Air Rochetord Air Lnidsaj, Alias Brock, Mr Gilbert AH Haves and Mr A li Cruikshank, in the tanin i id J mu i "sut hu 1.ml, S Morrison, John Graham Alrti'da Howell, 1 nicsOBricn, Pat O Brien, Sarah Gregg, i u »ins (lew s AIar\ Clew« Daniel AN baler. Joh inna AN 1 lier Tac.! s AN baler, Mar} A\ halcr, Bndget Hare, Gcoigc lic ^ C ithci ne ( oombs, Joseph Ireland, Mis Yiuland Um les M muí j, Eliza Alundy Mrs L Lind*a>, Ldvvard Noel Vnditw Itcbke, George Allan, Isaac Allan, Edward smith lat A\u>h Jilm MiHir, M...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
Mb. Gregory.-It will be seen from the Cor- poration report that the Mayor and several mem- bers of the Civic body are formed into a Com- mittee for the purpose of devising means to give Mr. Gregory a welcome reception on his arrival in Adelaide.- Weare heartily glad to find the subject thus taktm up, and also that the Government are co-operating with the citizens in the matter, and that the Commissioner of Crown Lands appears, in his oflicial capacity, at the head of the movement.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 July 1858
tf What's one man's meat is another man's poison." This holds particularly good of wet weather. Whilst the falling rains gladden the hearts of squatters and farmers, and revive the spirits of the long-delayed Babbage, towns- people are wading to business and to rest through quagmires of filth and dirt. The roads are now in a sad condition, especially those that have been mended. Indeed, they are not only exceed dingly disagreeable, but unquestionably perilous : particularly those upon winch the attention of the authorities have been lavished. It is bad enough to find a good natural surface broken up by hard-hearted road contractors, who, forgetful that nature has framed the line of beauty on a curve, insist upon running their straight lines in every direction, spoiling roads to make foot- paths whereon nobody ever Avalks, and opening water-tables in soft land, to be worn into creeks and gullies by the first storm-shower that de- scends. It is bad enough to run along the centre of a ...