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BUTTER MAKING, &c. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

BUTTER MAKING, &c. TO THE EDITOB OF THB ADVEBTISEB. Sir-I was very glad to observe in your valuable paper some hints from a Colonial Farmer in reference to making butter. It is a positive disgrace to the pro- ' vince that we are so badly off for this article. Con- sidering the extent of magnificent pasturage which we possess, even in the immediate vicinity of the city, very little care and energy would enable us to produce, in the fullest perfection, not only sufficient to supply our own wants, but to create an important export to the neighbouring colonies. But instead of this being the case, it is seldom that eatable butter can be obtaineel ; and when it can, the price is so exorbitant as to place it entirely beyond the reach of the labour- ing or poorer classes. So far from an export being created, I find that for butter, cheese, hams, and bacon, all of which articles it wiil be admitted the Australian colonies are fully capable of supplying, they actually send annually ou...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The following are the rates of exchange at present adopted by the local Banks of this colony : The SOUTH AUSTRALIA* BANKING COMPACT, the BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, and tho UMON BANK or AUSTRALIA, Adelaide Issue drafts on Loudon at sixty days' sight at 1 per cent, premium Buy bills on London at sixty dayt>' sight at 1 per cent dihCOUUt. Issue drafts on S /'Sydney ? Bathurst pe < Goulbourn x" ! Maitland SR v-Moreton B,»y . ^Melbourne .2 Geelong S ^ Portland ¡S Port Kain* > (.Belfast ¿% (HobartTown ^.J J Launceston "La Í Auckland ?|<We«Jngton 56 Ä /L7ttelioU Buy Billa on 2 f8yda«y "3 Bathurst pt < Goulbourn ¡¿ Maitland s¿ I Moreton Bay " f Slelbouraa Geelong Portland , Port Fahy f I, Belfast rf"á (kobartTowB ¡>.J 1 Launceston "1 f* AnekUnd l-l <WeUiugt.a *$ (LytttUon Hf 12, w;t. «J I At three days' sight, at 1 per ' cv-uf. premium. >At fiftsm days' Bight, at 1 pt* otnt dlsoeu*. ?t Aqrs' sight, «tip«

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PRIVATE AND PUBLIC ROADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

PRIVATE AIÏD PUBLIC ROADS. TO THE EDITOB OF THE ADVEBTISF.B. Sir-In a paragraph headed " Rival Roads" in the Register for to-day, I see it remarked in reference to lines of road leading from Gawler Railway Terminus to the Bridge, "The claims of the proprietors seem to be so nicely balanced as to cause some embarrassment with regard to the ultimate decision of the Board." The claims of the proprietors ! How about my claim ? THE PUBLIC. Gawler, July 20.

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MIXING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

MIXING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, £loJ. Princess Royals, ¿C25. Royals, £i is. Money on freehold security, 10 to lîl on Burra scrip, 12*. on inferior securities, 20. LATEST DATF.S. Ti oin By -way of. Date Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbnurne Melbourne Melbourne Mel bom ae 3Ielbouinc Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Mt-Ibcui ue Aleibom ne F.n?laud Melbourne Melbourne Mtlbouiiie Melbourne 3Iclbourue Juue 16 April 12 Apiilao Apid 17 3Iay 4 Mav IC April 2t Jnh 5 Api-il 23 July 5 M«V 8 May io Cupe of Good Hope Calcutta. Hobart Town. Launceston. Mauritius. 3Ie!bûuine. June it» Mai oh 30 February u Juue li New York. Panama. Perth, Western Australia March 20 April 14 Apul 20 July 10 February 23 June 23 Valpaialso. Wellington.

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A COLONIAL ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVEETISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

A COLONIAL ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVEETISER. Sir-In reference to the question of the defence of the Australian colonies, I would beg, through the medium of your columns, to offer a few remarks which have occurred to me, viz.: 1st. That the various Australian Governments unite in one grand project of self-defence, so that any one colony attackod wotdd be immediately assisted by the others. 2nd. That each Government pass an Act compelling every male adult (the Governor and his Ministers alone excspted) to bear arms in the defence of his adopted country whenever called upon. 3rd. That drill-sergeants bo appointed for every disti-ict or parish ; that they be the only paid officers, and that such expense be borne by each distriot or parish. 4th. That each Govern- ment provide the necessary weapons and ajimunition. 5th. That the uniform be of as simple and cheap a nature as possible; for instance, a police guernsey with leathern belt, and a pith helmet hat ; the ex-' pense to be born...

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THE NORTHERN EXPLORATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

THE NORTHERN EXPLORATION. TO THE EDITOB OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-As the people are beginning to notice the slow progress of Mr. Babbage northward, I would suggest the following : Offer as a reward the same amount of money to private cnterpriso which Mr. Babbage and troop has already cost, for a correct description of the country between Port Augusta and the Gulf of Carpen- taria, or any other given points. w r -1 have no doubt there arc, in these dull* andr monotonous times, plenty of enterprising' bdshmen knowing the passage practicable, who would under- take and accomplish it if sufficient inducement was held out. I am, Sir, etc., CONTRACT. July 19,1858.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

SHIP MAILS. The following is the official list Of mails to be dispatched on I the elates undermentioned : General Tout Office, Adelaide, July 21, 1SSS. Molls will be dispatched as under : For New-South Wales, per Eclair, to Sydney, this day, ' Wednesday, July 21, at 12 ; per Burra Burra (itenmer), via Melbourne^ ou Thursday, July 22, at 12. For Victoria, per Whampimoag, to Melbourne, thin day, Wednesday, July si, at 12 ; per Burra Burra (Ueamw), to Melbourne, on Thursday, July 22, at li. For Tasmania, per Burra surra (steamer.) via Melbourne, on ïhursday, July 22, at 12. For Kew Zealand, per Eclair, to Sydney, this day, Weet nesday, July 21, nt 12 ¡ per Burra Burra (steamer), \ va Mel- bourne, on fhuisday, July 22, at 12. ENGLISH MAIL :;EST TO ARRIVE.-By the Boyal Mail steamer Victoria, with advice? to May lî ; dus at Melbourne on the eth Julv. Lssv HO.MEW.IBD MAIL.-BV the Eoyal Mall steamer Emeu, from Melbourne, July ii, with South Australian mails, dispatched per Havilah July io. ...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE TRICES CURRENT. ALE AND POIITEB, &c Bass's, No, 3, duty paid, per lihd. Alisqpp'8. ¡Salt&Co.'s.No. 3 .. Worthington & Hobertwm's Cobb'8, per ditto .. Charrmgton's, per ditto .. Other brands, per ditto .. Friend's Allsopp'«, per dozen Bvass's Bottled, per ditto Dunbar'R, ditto elitto Marzctti's, ditto ditto T« jiuent's, ditto ditto Harper's, ditto ditto Hibbert's, ditto ditto Bridge'«, ditto ditto Uobcon'f, elitto ditto Kvan<"s, ditto ditto Bass's ditto ditto, red eliamouel Otber brands STOUT-Truman's XX, per hhd. Ditto X, per ditto Taylor's, ditto Hoare's elitto Barclay's ditto Whitbread'* ditto .. Miller's ditto.. Other brands, elitto Byass's bottled, per doze-u IJunbar's ditto, elitto Maree! ti's ditto, ditto Hauler's ditto, elitto Hibbert's ditto, ditto Whitbread's elitto, ditto Porter's ditto, ditto Hobson'» ditto, ditto Bridge's elitto, ditto Kvutib's elitto, ditto friend's ditto, elitto Other brands, elitto, ditto £ s- d, £...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

Hanson) ACCIDENTS.-Last year 236 persons were killed and 738 injured on the railroads of the United Kingdom. Of these 95 were killed and 19 hurt who wen» neither passengers nor employes; 93 killed and 79-hnrt who were employe's of the companies ; and 48 killed and 646 injured as passengers; six persons wet» suicides;; 64 were killed and 14 hurt while tres passing, and' ,26 -were tulse! and 5 injured at level crossuif*.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

GAWLEK AGMCULTUBAL SOCIETY.-A public meeting of the friends of this Society, Dr. Lewis in the chair, was held at the Old Spot Inn, yesterday, to discuss the advisability of holding a Cattle Show sinjuluneously rátb a ploughing-inatch, advertised to take place August 13. Great diversity of opinion ob- tained on this subject, and it was at first decided that only draught entire horses should be exhibited, and a first and second prize awarded to the two last serving in the ueighboiu'liood, but it was ultimately resolved that the Committee meei at 2 o'clock, August 2nd, to eleeide whether there be a cattle show this year, and if so, whether on the day of tho " ploughing match," or at some more favourable seasou. Members of the Conimittea in the meanwhile to be furnished with lists, in order that £60, the sum considered necessary for this special object, might be collected. Messrs. Bick- ford, john Wilkinson, and Umpherstone, each guar- anteed £5 towards it. Iggr We boc to eaU attention ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

NEW SOUTH WALES. DEATH OF ABCHDEACOX COWPER. - From the Sydney Empire of the 10th instant, we extract a few. sentences relative to the death of the Venerable Arch- . tleaeon Cowper :-" This venerable and universally . respected gentleman died on the morning of the 5th . instant, at the St. Phillip's Parsonage, where he liad ' resided for the greater portion of his eminently useful career. His loss will be severely felt, not only by his own co-religionists, but by all who appreciate genuine worth and piety. The Governor-General purposes making Dr. Cowper's funeral a public one. It was arranged to take place on Friday, at half-past 1 p.m. ' The following are a few brief particulars of his long and well-spent life, as given in the Empire : This venerable gentleman was born at Whittington, Lancashire, on the 28th December, 1778, and was consequently in his 80th year. Ile was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Winchester, in the Chapel Royal, St. James's (by letters disinissory from the Ar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

ME.GHEOOKY-Our contemporary the Register, for some reason that we cannot imagine, thought fit yesterday to do all he could to damp the ardour of the publie in reference to the proposed entertainment of Mr. Gregory. We do not sup- pose our contemporary's observations will, in this ease, have much effect, and we are not, therefore, at all apprehensive as to the result of any steps which may he taken to welcome the enterprising traveller and his companions. What, in the name of Dr. Johnson, does our contemporary mean by " exaggerated spasmotlic ecstacies ?" "Why need he pour forth his sonorous vocabulary upon those who choose to entertain Sir. Gregory P The li"(/i.<ter feels it to be a duty to ask, with reference to Mr. Gregory, «' What 'has led him to South Australia at all?" We know what has not led him to South Australia, and that is, to see the writer of so cynical a paragraph. Our contemporaiy is quite hysterical in the excess of his indignation. He will not make himsel...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

j A VKP.T extraordinary affair has just been brought to light in 3ew Zealand, shewing to how fearful an extent the love of money will impel men who boast of civilization. Those who moralize upon the savage warfare of uncivilized tribes, who are ready on all occasions when their own pecuniary interests are not implicated, to treat these poor chilcb-en of nature a* they would treat brute beasts, are notwithstanding perfectly reaely to supply them with maddening stimulants, or with deadly weapons, to be turned against each other, or against their white fellow-creatures. The Kaffirs on the coast of Africa were regularlv sup. plied with gunpowder aud ammunition by the subjects of that very Government whose best troops were engaged in the vain attempt to assert the supremacy of Britain ; and now we find the same unpatriotic, inhuman spirit, rife in IVew Zealand. AVe intentionally select the most conspicuous place in our columns to bring before our readers the following extraordinary state...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH MEL- BOURNE.--We are glad to announce, after much disappointment and many vexatious but unavoid- able delays, that the Intercolonial Telegraph will most probably be opened to-day at noon. It will be seen by our shipping intelligence that we had direct communication with Melbourne last night.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

REPRESENTATION OF LIGHT.-We understand that active steps are being taken to fill up the vacancy caused in the representation of the above district by the retirement of Mr. Maturin. Mr. AY. W. Tux ford, a former candidate, intends, we are informed, to present himself to the elec- tor«.

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. THURSDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS THURSDAY, JULY 22. 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 22nd day of July, 1858, at 11 o'clock. Deposit 20 per cent. COUNTRY SECTIONS_Upset price JEl pea- acre. County Hindmarsh-About three mile« south-east of .Maccles- field, between the road from Mount Barker and the road from Macclesfield to Strathalbyn. Hundred of Macclesfield. Sec. Acre«. Sec. Acres. 2,04 70 2724 12» «21 2722 2723 H» «¡7 151 Í725 2727 2728 County Burra-About one mile west of Wheal Schneider, Hundred of Apoinga. 37 73 '| County of Burra-About one end a half miles north of Wheal Schneider, Hundred of Apoinga. 40 37 | County of Stanley-On and adjoining Wockie Creek, east of the road from Mintaro to the Burra, about three utiles north-east of Mintaro, Hundred of Stanley. 114 91 115 127 , . 110 S4 117 78 118 105 119 102 County of Frome-North of and adjoining the Mount Remark- able Spec...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

MR. GREGORY.—We were yesterday informed   that Mr. Gregory had left his party at Jacobs's Station ; that he had reached Kapunda, and was en route for Adelaide. After receiving the wel- come that awaits him here, and performing what- ever duties he may have to discharge, he will rejoin his party and proceed overland to Swan River. We hope, however, that the companions of his journey will be with bim at the intended entertainment.

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DISTRICT CO[?]. BREMER. SATURDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

Diármcf COJSJL: BREMAR. SATURDAY, J ULT 17. Present-Messrs. Paterson, Moííeniis, and 211 î ;-. Mr. Paterson was requested to -tot is Oh -i.-.n. i . ' .-. Circulars relative to grants in aid if p.-h- .ie a : -, ;- is -.vere received from the Public Works O.lica A letter was received from th¿ ötratli. i ov.i ').^. .-, .iii .-¿quostiug the Council s co-op2ratija ia pr.vi ¡, i ; i .Si ¡.. ¿c- - .-?ndance tor destitute persons. ' " , Resolved, to join the Strathalbyn Council <'.>?. nt ír\:.i SÍ. Alexander Mathison wrote to compluia ..:-t the V/JAOI î'od s Hill proved to be much in excess of his tstim -to,.. d requested an additional £10 to enable him to complete tb.3 <*oa tract. Messrs. McKenzie and Mudge were request >d to ma- mine the work already performed, ana report at u^xt ininti :¿. Mr. Cheriton directed the attention of the Council, by letter, to the injustice practised o< the ratepayers of the dist, ict iu the damage done to district roads ...

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POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. MONDAY, JULY 19. (Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. MONDAY, JUlY 19. (Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.-Elizabeth Griffin was charged with being drunk and disorderly on North- terrace, on Saturday last. The constable who appre- hended her said she caught hold of a man and pulled him on to the footpath, and when taken to the Station house, lay down several times and searched on the ground for stones to throw at him. Another consta- ble gave similar testimony. As she had been two nights in the lock-up, she was simply cautioned and discharged. A DESERTER.-William Ross pleaded guilty to being a deserter from the 40th Regiment, and was re- tained to be claimed by the military authorities. OBSCENITY.-Emma Baker, charged with making use of obscene language in Currie-street on Saturday evening, at the Golden Fleece, was fined 10s. SLEEPING OUT.-Charles Swanson was charged with being drunk and not giving a satisfactory account of himself. He had been found by a constable asleep in an outhouse between Ki...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

NEGLECT OF CREDITORS. - The Official Assignee yesterday complained of the unfair position in which he was frequently placed by creditors in insolvent estates, who occupied much of his time by detailing to him grounds of opposition to insolvents ; but, instead of appearing at the final hearing to urge those grounds, and afford such information as was in their power, absented themselves from the meeting altogether, leaving lum to pursue a fishing examina- tion, as it is termed, for the purpose of determining from the insolvent's own lips whether the information which had been afforded Mm was correct or not. This is certainly a most unfair position in which to place the Official-Assignee. If creditors are aware of any grounds of opposition, and are desirous of urging them, they are bountl in common fairness to the other creditors and to the insolvent to come forward and state them openly. ' COULTHARD's CANTEEN.-We have been fa- vored by Mr. Cawfhome with a wood-cut, representing the ca...

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