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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

SALES m AUCTION WICKSTEFD, Bormc, IOW.NMND, & Co-At the Port, Household Coals, at the Jf.iit, Glasswaie, Register sto\es, Flour-Dressing Machine, &e GRELN, I\\un, & LLXMOORE-At the HackntA' Nuiser>, Forest <md Frmt Tree«, «Jrnamcntal bin iib«, ic, i-f L SOLOMON &. Co-At the City Auction Mut, Oo'd W aistcnat Button« fctuels Albert Chaius, Brooclie-, Ring«, 4c, &^ , also. Glassware, Cup« and S.iucei«, Suldlc Jlarne-», Hnlttrs, Gig Hame««, &.c PIBLIC NOTICES. ToCocMTii ADVbRTisrns -Itlvertismeuts ¡liteneled foi insertion in tile counti y edition ot th1 Chronicle must be at our office b\2o clock in the afternoon of 1 huvedav PORT ADELAIDF -W e hue opened an Office at Port Vele kude, adjacent to Mr Bovkett « Duett'.tiett, where commu nicatiuus and -ulv ertisemeuts m ty be left We beg to nifoi m oui Pot t reatlei s that we have engagetl a mnnei to dein ti the papers every morning, immédiat c1} on arm al, and should be glad, in ...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

% luwrfer. ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1858. THE non-arrival of the mail once more gives to   the public an opportunity of expressing them-   selves with reference to the shamefully expensive   and ineffective contract under which their inte-   rests are now perpetually sacrificed. We have   ong [sic] since ceased to hope for the mails to arrive-- we have begun to hope that they will not arrive   -- so that we may be impelled by necessity to con- nect ourselves with the civilized world by some   less vexatious and less capricious medium of inter- course. With this Company we can do no good :   it is useless to scold ; fruitless to protest ; ridicu-   lous to anticipate. We all know what to expect   so long as the postal service of the Australias is   entrusted to its present masters, and it is there-   fore not unreasonable to...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IS THE GII.F YESTERDAY. [?] a.m., N.E.; 4 p.m., N., strong. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. [?] a.m. 8.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E. ; 4 p.m., N., strong. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 8 a.m. | 8.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Tuesday, July 20-The barque Oscar, 830 tons, J. J. Par- man, master, from London March 19th, via Lisbon May 1st. No passengers. P. Levi and Co., agents. Same day-The screw-steamer Burra Burra, 336 tons, A. A. Harper, master, from Melbourne July 16th. Hall and Co., agents. Passengers-Mrs. Greig, Miss McLean, Mrs. Wills, Miss Fanny Wills, Master Wm. Wills, Mrs. Silk, Misses Silk,   (2), Miss Cardell, Miss Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Mawson, Misses Mawson (2), Messrs. D. Babbage, T. K. Arnold, Charles Mellor, John Cobbin, C. W. May, and Samuel Dixon, in the saloon ; and Messrs. McDonald, Louchmin, Edminster, Mrs.   Bonner, Mr. and Mrs. Nurse, Mr. and Mrs. Richards, and family ; Messrs. John D. Richards, Malcolm, Mclnnis, D.   Higgins, W. Higgins, Edward Higgins, Picard, Mrs.   Mary Brady, Messrs. Benjami...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

'" ¡TT1HE NEW PAPERS.-The South Australian Adver ',. A User, and the South Attst.alian Weekly Clnoutclf, '"have been called into existence by the universal demand - of the public for a new Daily and a new Weekly Journal, \ ; in harmony with the Spirit of the Ago, of independent tone, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the ^ opinions 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 interests of the Colony, to prove, that although dherse thev are not . opposed, to reconcile free discussion with good feeling, to ...give to every citizen a medium through which ho may I .»titter his opinions, and to uphold, none the less, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopts, . wiilbo the undeviating aim of the New Papéis." POLITICIANS will find in the Now Papers a free chan ,"?d,.for the interchange of though...

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

vicToniA. Oin tonmiviml coirtspondent writing und« elate Jul\ 15, i-ay- - V[\ 1 iii reôoit hiving K-en «btexl onlj thiee eti\8 ago ind the maikel") «imelMn nur exhibited no new luature, the pre sent mu°t l>e toiisieUrcd niiiel} « a poststnpt fhe clmf item worth} of noit is the suspension of Me«sis Kirk, Kos«, and Co, who held a meeting oí creditors on the nth Com- promise was prouo«od, but it was stated their books show 15s in the pound i heir liabilities it is «aid, amount to about £30,000 Late lo«! es on speculation« in o it«, it is bebet ed, was the main cause of the ir stonpagi The grain mirket coutumes m a \irj nnsctt'ed state, with but vn> few transactions i'.rst Ydelaide flour wa« not on the 14t'i worth o\ ti £20 indeed thin, was a rumour tin ta hist cla«s brand w w otl< red it ti t lu- The continued absence, of the mau ship i«, ciusing i ilcl ot ai\utt , the elunw.s now lieing that «hi w ill not irrm in tin» to illow of riplie-« lu tie outgoing one wlmhhi« u...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. The Eastern Province Herald (Cape paper) of May 7 gives an account of a public dinner held at the Cape of Good Hope, to celebrate the return of Dr. Livingstone to that colony. We extract the following : The public dinner to Dr. Livingstone and the Zam ' bezi expedition was given in the Commercial Exchange. A. company of about 150 sat down. The Attorney General presided, supported on the right by the Governor and on the left by Dr. Livingstone. ïn the immediate vicinity of the chair were the officers of ' the expedition, with the members of the. Executive Council, the Judges, Aïe. After dinner was over, the ^^¿isual loyal toasts were given, prefaced by admirable .speeches from the Chairman, and varied by the ?' addition of the name of the young King of Portugal, who has forwarded by the last mail the most positive instructions to secure Livingstone and his companions ' every facility that lay in the power of the Portuguese authorities of the Mozambique to confer. H...

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VICTORIA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, July 14, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

VICTORIA. [FHOM OUR OWN COKRESÍONUEST.] Melbourne, July 14, 1858. I Side by Bide with the most irresistible cvitlences of j our social progress and growing opulence, two mclan j choly facts present themselves to the observation of the thoughtful. The one is the daily augmenting tide ; of abandoned women, ebbing nnel flowing after night '< fall through that cloaca maxima of foul filth, Great ' Bourke-street ; and the other is the number of un ! employed and ablebodied men to be seen perpetually lounging about our principal thorougldares. By about 7 o'clock in the morning the unemployed arc to be found congregated outside the Argus office, dili ! gently perusing the advertising cohunns of this joiu" nal, pasted on a board outsitle ; anti small detach- ' mentí may be seen filing off in search of (hose em- ployers who have notified that they are in want of hands. The unsuccessful return and spend the remainder of the morning iu making the tour of j the various laboiu'-oftíeos...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

_Auctions._ THIS DAY (Wednesday^, July 21. AT THE PORT.. EX UTOPIA. TO COAL MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. 185 TONS (ABOUT) HOUSEHOLD COAL3. WTCESTEED, BOTTING. |TO\VN8ENT>, & CO. are iiiblructed to* se'l, at tho Port, This Day (Weiliiwâav), Jiiv 21, at 12 o'clock 135 Tens Best HOUSEHOLD COALS. l<iote-~Ât the Port, This Day (Wednesday), July 21. THIS DAY (Wednesday), July 21. TO GLASS DEALERS, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. 12 CASES GLASSWARE. WICKSTEAD, BOTTIKG, TOWNSEND, & CO., have received instructions to sell at their Mart This DiV (W«ii.osdav), July 21, at 11 o'clock 12 C<¿<# of vwy superior GLASSWARE, « under §1. 1 rasa, containioa: 90 be»t Tall Soda Alei 2. 1 fTifie, containing 1«T5 best Tall Soda Alos "i. 1 «¡J4*, contuítiing 70 lv-st Tall Soda Alea l8 Wines, cut, 6 flutes .4. 1 oaw. containing 72 half-pint Miuor Goblets 21 Muga* -Basons, assorted b2 Thin-top Clarets 40 do. Wines r i?L do. Garata, 9 antes ti i-Ji-klp Jars .*/. 1 esse, cont...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

THE EXPLORERS FROM MORETON BAY. INTENDED PUBLIC WELCOviE to MR. GREGORY and PARTY, by aDEJEUNiiR at White's Rooms. Chairman-TheHon.theCommissionerofCrovnLancb His Excellency Sir R. G. Macdonnell, Govarnor-m Chief, has signified his intention of being present. The Committee to carry out the above object consists, up to the present time, of the following gentlemen : Andrew^ Mr. R. B., M.P. Hardy, Mr. A., J.P. Bagot, Mr. J. T., M.P Bakewell, Mr., M.P. Barrow, Mr. J.H., M.P. Blyth, Hon. A., Commis- sioner of Public Works Brown, Mr. John, Comniis missioner of Railways Browne, Mr. J. H., J.P. Carlin, His Worship, Mr. F. B. Mayor of Norwood and Kensington Hare, Mr. C. S., J.P. Hart, Captain. M.P. H iwker, Mr. G. C, M.?. Hay, Mr. Alex., M.P. Hector, Mr. Join, J.P. Comrais3ioner of Linds Ticle3. Hughes, Mr. J. B . 31 P. lazar,' His Worehip Mr. J., Mayor of tha City of Adelaide Colley, Mr. ii. B., J.P., Lorian, Mr. *.". 0. Commissioner of Rail- Mana, -¡.is lonor, 'Ir. r'., ways __ ¡s. \l., i ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the ruWic Pound, Section 7029, Hundred Of Talunga-The bay filly, white star in forehead, white near hind fooCndvertlsed last week, bran Jed like W off shoulder, should have been like W with | over conjoined off shoulder. EDWARD BRICE, Poundkeeper. Impomtded at tlie Public Pound, in the Township of Vic- toria, near Kapunda Mine-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, bolly, and tail, no brands visible ; one red bull calf, little white on belly and hind legs, no brands visible If not claimed, will be sold August 9.1838, at noon. RICHARD ROWETT, Jim., Poundkeeper. Impunded 'at the Public Ponud, Bloomfield, Section 300, River Light, Port Gawler-One roan bullock, ;braniled like W-H off rump, rope and coupling chain on neck ; one red bu'lock, branded lit« 222 with w-y under on near ribs lik...

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CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. TUESDAY, JVI? 20. Present-Mr. Belt (Chairman), Mr. A. Hardy, Mr. J. C. Paisley, Private Secretary to His Excellency, the Chief Inspector, and the Secretary. At the commencement of the proceedings some con- versation took place on the subject of the minutes of the last meeting, with regard to the letter of Mr. M. Darmody, but no resolution arose out of it, and the minutes were passed. A draft of a scheme of suggestions from the Board to the Government with regard to the competitive ex- aminations discussed at the preceding meeting, was shortly considered, when it was decided that the sug- gestions prepared by the Sub-Committee appointed should stand over till the next meeting, when a full Board was expected to be in attendance. The Chief Inspector's report was. then read as fel- lows : CITY OF ADELAIDE Mr. Bath, Tynte-street-Pupils present, 45, at- tending school, 60 ; state of schoolroom, good ; quality of instruction, good ; discipline, good. Re- commend...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 20. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 July 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. TUESDAY, JUXT 20. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] In re MARTIN CAIN.-This was an adjourned final   hearing. The schedule had been filed and showed debts   due by the insolvent amounting to upwards of £700. The assets were nil. Mr. M. Smith attended on be- half of the insolvent, who was present and stated ; that although he could not read he could write. The   accountant to the estate, Mr. Clark, read the following   report : " The only means I have found of verifying the ' statements given in the schedule filed by me in the estate arose from the particulars of ac- count furnished by the following creditors : Henry Carr, £24 Os. 10d. ; John Critchley, £54 OB. lid. ; George Mills, £11711s. 8d. ; and James Niall, £46 7s. Since the schedule was filed I have re- ceived particulars of Mr. Moffett's claim, £109 18s. 9d., which is within a trifle of the amount stated. With ! these exceptions the whole of the schedule depe...

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LOCAL COURT—WALKERVILLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. [Before Mr. G. C. Hawker, M.P., and the Chairman of the District Council of Walkerville.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

LOCAL COURT-WALKERVILLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. [Before Mr. CK C. Hawker, M.P., and the Chairman of the District Councd of Walkerville.] .. I_t_*OBT_NT DECISION.-Eiiocli Fry appe ired to the nformation of the Clerk to the District Council of Walkerville, charged with having, on the 5(h July instant, illegally taken and carried away from the River Torrens, within the jurisdiction of the Council, a quantity of water, contrary to the provisions of the by-laws of-tlie «dd Council. Mr. Stowe, for the defendant, obiected to the power of the Magistrates to dearwith the case, as although the Council had power to make by-laws, still the penalties imposed under them could not be enforced, as there was no clause in the District Councils Act which empowered them so to do. The Bench conti 'e ed the objection fatal and dis- missed the case. [If this decision is correct, it seriously afTects the interests of the various Councils throughout the colony, as t'ieir by-laws are a mere nullity. It is, ther...

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LOCAL COURT—CLARE. THURSDAY, JULY 1. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. J. W. Macdonald, S.M.] JONES v. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

LOCAL COURT-CLARE. THURSDAY, JUXY 1. ciii_:i\A_ jniisDicriox. [Before Mr. J. W. Macdonald, S.M._ JONES V. WEBB. -ÍL. Complainant charged the defendant with assaulting j him, at McKenzie's Hotel, Clare, on the 14th June. ! Complainant said he was at McKenzie's Hotel on the 14th June. He was speaking rather free. Some of his allusions defendant picked up, and asked him (witness) if he referred to bim. Ile said if the cap fitted him he might wear it. Defendant then struck witness a blow with his fist and knocked him down. \ He (witness) believed he called defendant a b-y shicer. W. McKenzie remembered the 14th June last. Saw the complainant and defendant at his hotel on that day. He heard a row in Iris large parlour, and he went there to see what it was. As ho entered the'room he saw the defendant come forward and strike Jones a blow on the cheek. Jones reeled and fell on the floor. Jones got up and wanted a little more. Both seemed excited. The defendant asked me to keep Jones away. J...

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LOCAL COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. SQUIRE V. LOW. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

LOCAL COURT-PORT ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, Jrar 21. SQTJIKE V. LOW. For £4, balance of account for groceries. Plaintiff said she believed détendant liad been in constant work for some time past ; the account was contracted last year, and she had only seen 19s. 6d. of his money since the commencement of his deal- ings with her. Defendant's wife appeared, and in reply to the Magistrate, said her husband had been earning from 30s. to 40s. per week. Ordered to pay 5s. per week. HOSKEN V. NIXOX. For £1 Is. 6d. for board and lodging. defendant sent in a letter acknowledging the debt, tod promising payment. Judgment for amount, to be paid in two months. HOSKEN V. REASON. For £4 10s., goods sold and account rendered. Judgment for amount, to be paid in two mouths. BRODIE V. Low. For £4 .3s., summons on unsatisfied judgment. Neither of the parties appeared. The Clerk of the Court, understood the matter had been arranged that morning out of Court.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

SFURTOTJS COIX.-Some spurious coin has re- cently found its way to Adelaide, and is supposed to hare been introduced from Victoria. We have been shewn a counterfeit shilling and a half-crown, which were passed upon & poor man in the habit of hawking small wares about the streets ; and we have heard of several shopkeepers who have been victimised by similar means ; though we must say, if the specimen* were no better than those which were exhibited to ut, vppy slight scrutiny indeed wordd have detected thf fraud.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.—TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIAK RAILWAY.-TRAFFIC RETURKS. Summary of traffic for week ending July 17, KS58 : PORT LINE. Adelaide Station- Totals. £ s. d. £ 0. d. Passengers forwarded .. .. 1,846) lna Return tickets .G99JJUB a * Dogs. 0 2 0 Parcels . 4 16 7 Bowden Station- - 113 j g Passengers forwarded .. .. 757 l8 2 4 Parcels, &c.. 0 16 1 Woodville Station- - l8 Is 8 Passengers forwarded .. .. 342 10 2 5 Parcels, &c. 0 17 A Alberton Station- -:- 11 0 1 Passengers forwarded .. .. 299. 9 13 3 P.ircels, &c. 0 14 7 Port station- -- 10 % 10 Pjssengcrs forwarded ,. .. 1,440) fln - , Iteturn tickets .175) 8U b l Dogs. Parcels, &&. 10 3 9 -? 90 9 IO £244 S IO Tolls and haulage on goods forwarded from Tons. cwt. qrs. Adelaide Station.. 246 16 0 Port ditto.. 520 1 0 TG6 17 0, atis.4d. perton.. Bl 3 s North Line goods, 513 0 0, at l8.4d per ton.. 34 10 8 £32» IB 11 ' NORTBTLINE. I Adelaide Station- £ s. d. £ a. d. Passengers forwarded .. .. 686 lia 8 6 Dogs. 0 8 0 X'i...

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ADELAIDE WATERWORKS COMMISSION. TUESDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

ADELAIDE WATEKWOEKS COM MISSION. TUESDAY, JULY 13. Present-Messrs. G. M. Waterhouse (Chief Com- missioner), J. Lazar, and U. K. Bagot; also, the Engineer. ltead, a letter from the Railway Commissioners, in which they repudiate all liability to any claim for compensation on account of cracks to watcrpipes, such as had been -laimed for by tins Board. It waa re- solved to take the opinion of the Solicitors te the Commission on this question. Read, a letter from the Honorable the Commissioner of Public AA'orks, thanking the late Chief Commis- sioner for his letter containing hiformation and iag gesiions relative to the redemption of the loan. Ordered to be filed. Read, a second letter from the Commissionerof Public Works, notifying the appointment of G-. ïf. Water- house, Esq., as Chief Commissioner in the place of AV. II. Maturin, Esq., resigned. Ordered to be ac- knowledged. Read, a third letter from the Commissioner of Public Works, calling for a special report on the construction an...

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

MlXIXt; .SHAKES AND MONET MAltKET. nurra», jti'M. l'rince-s» ltoyals, £25. * Royals, £1 Is. Honey on freehold sorority, 10 to lîj. on Hurra scrip, 12J. on inferior tuxuritie-x. 30.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

LATEST DATES. From. Auckland. Ilutavia. Ilombay. Capeoi Good Hope. Calcutta. Ceylon. KNCLAND . Hobart Town. Hongkong. I_un.*ntoii. M_ilra*. Mauritius. Melbourne. Nelson. New York. l'auaina. Perth, Western Australia l'ortlaiid. Kio de Janeiro. Kan Francisco. Sincnpore. Sydney. Valparaiso. Wellington. By way of. 3 Iel bourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Mc-lbuurne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne 3I_buume Melbourne Enifland Bfrlboume MelVourae Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Data June 23 April 30 April 30 May 17 May 4 May 16 April 24 July 12 April 23 Julys Mays May io July le June 19 April io March 15 June 11 July T * March 20 April 14 April 29 July io March li Juuc 23

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