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IMMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

IMMIGRATION X0 THE _DITOK OF TUT uivrRTOM Sir-It is said that many of the Emigrants recently introduced at the expense of this colony have left and are leaving for Melbourne. So much has been said at various times on the injustice of such a course to South Australia, that it is needless to say more. I believe our Legislature were aroused to thenecessity of checking the evil, and legislated accordingly. I am not, how- ever, aware of any active steps being taken by the proper authorities to enforce the law, and I think the attention of the Executive should be directed to the subject. In the present state of the Victoria labour market I believe the step is likely to be as injurious to the parties themselves as to the colony whose funds have been contributed for their passage, and that the few pounds they havo in pocket would be better laid,, out in conveying them to the country districts, 'where their services would be valuable, than in transporting them to the glutted labour markets o...

Publication Title: South Australian Advertiser, The
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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

SHIP 3IAILS. inn following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on the dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, July 22.1858. Mails will be dispatched as tinder : For (¿rent Itritaiu, per Charlotte, to Java and overland, on Saturday-, July 24, at 2. For Sew houth Wales, per Eclair, to Sydney, this day, Thursday, July 22, at 12 ; per Hurra Hurra (steamer), via Melbourne, this day, Thursdav, July 22, at 12. For Victoriu, per Hurra Hurra (steamer), to Melbourne, this day, Thursday, July 22, at 12; per Whampauoag, to Melbourne, on Friday, July 23, at 12. For Tasmania, per Burra Hurra (steamer) via Melbourne, this day, Thursday, July 22, at 12. For New Zealand, per Eclair, to Sydney, this day, Thurs- day, July 22. at 12; per Hurra Burra (steamer), via Mel- bourne..this tiny, Thursday, July 22, at 12. For Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope, per Charlotte, via Java, on Saturday. July 24, at s. For East Indies and China, per Charlotte, to Java, on Saturday, July 24, at 2...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday Morning. No message had been received by telegraph up to the time of going to press. We fear some mishap has occurred to the wires.

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

CORRESPONDENCE. A RECRUIT.- Our correspondent suggests that boys in school should be regularly exercised in militar)- drill, to pre- pare them, if need be, fur future military service.

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. At three days' sight, at t per * cent premium. The folkwrlwr ure tlie rates of t \cliangc at present adopted by the local BonU of thia colony : TuooLni Ais-iKYUAN HANKINC. COVPVIT, the RANK OF VLSTRALAMA, aud the UNION HINK «it AUSTRALIA, Adelaide IIKIIU drafts on Loudon at sixty day V si¿ht at 1 per cent pro nium. Kuy bills on London at sixty days' syht at I pur cent detoiunt Issue drafts on 5 i>ulii<v a j Jlatliurst £ < (luiillKMirn jr. M ntl mil Y, I Mon tun Itay . t "»IillHMiriie» .g ¡tmamig c-í I'ortl.ind _i I Tort I airy > lltelCist C5 ( Hobart Town >2 ) I J'Hiicv-stoa w s I \n "land _J * We4'.ii"'ton y 2 \ l.vttcUoa lim Hill- on - * /-»will y -i It*!>i,ir4t .s < fiouiumm j I M ml uni y \. Mort-ton Bay f W .Uxiunte ¿ l.iWim» ~< l'.>rt ¡lint Ji j rn« Kuiry > l, I! in «t C _ \ If.»bnit Town ;, ï i l«aun«vjiton fc " I AiirkUnd t4<UVlhii«to« SK á ^L)ltci:<Ni ¿.lyu, !..«. ^At Ofte...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 21, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 21.1858. Tho opening of tlie telegraph to Victoria, after BO many delays, took place to-day, and several messages luiro lircn sent ; but up to five o'clock no replies hail «wiled Adelaide. The market for colonial produce generally has been dull throughout tho lost ten days. In flour best country brands have boen offered at £17, and town at Ul8, during tha last three days ; but ti ar.saetions have been ven limited. Wheat has fluctuate I a good deal, but after being down to 7s. 3s. at the m;lls in town, it has been again more in demand for export, and ¡Mircols huve changed hands at 7s. 9d. and 8s., d livered at tlie Port. Bran has been sold at Is. 8d. In grain for hone-feed we quote no transactions. The vessels loading at the Melbourne berth last week «re still here, and some difficulty is experienced in inducing shippers to send Hour forward even at low rates of freight. There is still the same inactivity- in general business ; and the only quotations si...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A MODERN* BABXABDINE-Joseph Shepherd, the murderer of Bethel Parkinson, on Wadsworth Moor, n Jar Halifax, underwent the extreme penalty of the law on Saturday, the 3rd April last. He was visited on Friday night by the Rev. J. Parkes, who remained w'"- f he-wretched man until five o'clock on Saturday morning. Shepherd, if it be possible, was more hardened than ever, for when the rev. gentleman con- versed with him upon the concerns of his soul, and offered up prayer in his behalf, he laughed aloud. Mr. Parkes remonstrated with the culprit, but all his efforts were of no avail, ne told the prisoner tliat he could not expect happiness and rest in the next world if he acted in that manner, upon which he re- marked with a smile, " If there's no rest for me in the next world, I might as well have as much rest here while I stop," and then laid himself down on his bed. Several times during the night he re-asserted his inno- cence. He slept at intervals, and at 4 o'cl...

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

ODDFELLOWSHIP. A quarterly district meeting of the South Australian Independent'Order of Oddfellows in connection with the Manchester Unity was held at the Hamburg Hotel, on Tuesday, Jtdy 20. Officers present P.G.M. AVills, P.D.G.M. Kitely, P.C.S. AV. J. Cox, and the following delegates : Adelaide Lodge-P.G. Cox, P.P.D.G.M. Dew, P.P.G.M. Pritchard. Hope Lodge-P.G. Stratton, P.G. Culley, P.G. Clark. Victoria Lodge-P.G. Hains, P.G. Haselgrove, K.G. Mattheson. | Albion Lodge-P.P.G.M. Kinnes, P.G. Leaver, ; K.G. Downing. ] Sturt Lodge-P.P.G.M. Burton, P.G. Monck. Albeit Lodge-P.G. Leader, P.G. Bundy, P.G\ Reynolds. Flinders Lodge-P.G. Carr. Hindmarsh Lodge-P.G. Gould, P.G. King, K.G. Kovis. Sir John Franklin Lodge-P.G. Jeffs, P.G. Lucas. Brighton Lodge-P.G. Edwards. Norwood Lodge-P.G. Bee, P.G. Armitage, K.G. Little. Peninsula Lodge-P.S. Thomson. Kewton Lodge-N.G. Gome. Park Lodge-P.G. Plush. MacDonnell Lodge-S. Daniels. Highercombe Lodge-P.G. Haines, V.G. Ledan. Willunga Lodge-P.G. Hug...

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SALES OF CROW~N LANDS. THURSDAY, JCLY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

SALES OF CROW-s LANDS. TlICRSDAY, JCLY 22. Notice is givra that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for side by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 22ud day of July, 1858, at li o'clock. Deposit 20 per cent. COUNTRY SECTIONS.-Upset price £1 per acre. County Hindmarsh-About three miles south-east of Maccles- field, between the road from Mount Barker and the road from Macclesfield to Strathalbyn, Hundred of Macclesfield. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 2704 78 2Ï21 89 2722 C7 2723 151 2724 128 2725 42 2727 61 2723 14 County Burra-About one liiile west of Wheal Schneider, Hundred of Apoinga. 37 73 I County of Burra-About ono and a half miles north of Wheal Schneider, Hundred of Apoinga. 40 57 . I County of Stanley-On and adjoining Wockie Creek, east of the road from Mintaro to the Burra, about three miles north-east of Mintaro, Hundred of Stanley. 114 91 115 127 116 84 117 78 118 105 119 102 120 C8 134 79 13S 73 WO 80 147 79 County of Frome-North of...

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THE EXPEDITION TO THE INTERIOR. ARRIVAL OF MR. GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

THE EXPEDITION TO THE INTEBIOE. ABIUVAL OF MB. GKEGOÄY. An intimation was received yesterday (Wednesday) morning, that the hero of the late exploring expedition from Kew South AVales into the interior of Australia, had arrived at Gawler Town, and that Ids arrival in Adelaide was expected by the last train, which would reach here at 7 o'clock. Kotice having been given by the Secretary of the Committee formed by the Corr o ration to leceive that gentleman, theMayorator.ee proceeded with the Town Clerk, and two or three mem- bers of the Gounod, to the Telegraph Office, to forward a message to Mr. Gregor» apprising 1 im of the intended public, reception. They were, however, informed by llie Telegraph officials tîir.t a communication had been received from Gawler, to the efiect that Mr. Gregory lud left for this city by the 2 o'clock train, and consequently that his arrival might be expected at 3. Upon receipt of this intelligence the Mayor, Mr. Alderman Elliott, Mr. Alderman Glandfield,...

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

ASSOCIATION OF DISTRICT CHAIBMEN.-We are requested to call the attention of the Chairmen of District Councils to the meeting advertised lo be held on Wednesday, the 4th August. We anticipate s nu- merous attendance, as the opinion of each District Council has been solicited on the following resolutions, to be submitted on that occasion :-" That this meet- ing confirms tlie resolutions of the Association of 11th September, 1S56, affirming, ' that it is the duty of the Government to lay out and construct main lines of road." " That after the construction of the Unes, it is the opinion of the Association their maintenance should be confided to the superintendence of the elis tricts of which they form a part." " That the question of funds is one for the Legislature to determine ; but that, presuming the general revenue to be inadequate to the necessary expenditure, it is the opinion of this Association that a general assessment of property wotdd be the only equitable mode of meeting the...

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ARRIVAL OF MR. GREGORY AT GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] Gawler, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

ARKIArAL OP MR. GREGORY AT GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] Gawler, July 21. It having been intimated that Mr. Gregory was taking his dinner at the Globe Inn, preparatory to starting by the 2 o'clock train for Adelaide, twenty or thirty of the leading inhabitants of this town as- sembled to do honour to the adventurous and success- ful traveller. On Mr. Gregory being ushered into the room where they were awaiting him, the Mayor ad- dressed him on behalf of the Corporation aud inhabi- tants generally, congratulating him on his arrival, and expressing regret that the shortness of his stay in Gaw- ler wotdd preclude such a welcome being given to him a3 the townsfolk would most have desired. Mr. Gregory returned suitable thanks, saying how happy he should be were any advantage to accrue to this colony from his cubits. After his health had been toasted by those presoiit with tlr-ee hearty cheers, and one more, he r eplied in a manly and unaffected manner to en- ] quiries made regard...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

li* i ser. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1858. As the expedition just so successfully brought to a close by Mr. Gregory is one in which the people of this colony take a lively interest ; and as that gentleman's relation to the Government | of New South Wales precludes the possibility of his publishing an official report in this colony, prior to reporting to his employers, we have thought it well to place our readers in possession of such facts relative to that expedition as are ! within our knowledge. We guarantee their corr rectuess, and believe that their publication will ! tend to prepare the public mind for receiving the returned traveller of the desert ; and, perhaps, i operate as a Bafety-valve in connection with the I "exaggerated spasmodic ecstasies" into which, according to our contemporary, the public mind has been thrown by the unsolicited presence of Mr. Gregory. Leaving to our reporters the task of relating the particulars of Mr. Gregory's arrival at Gawler Town and Ade...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

PUBLIC NOTICES. To COCNTBV ADVERTISERS.-Advertisments intended for itixcrtion in the country ei'itinn of the I '/¡ronnie munt be at our office by 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday. PORT ADELAIOI.-We have imcucd an Office at Port Ade- laide, adjucent to Mr. Rovkett's, Divett-street, where commu- nications and advertisements may be left. We beg to inform our Port readers tliat we have engaged a runner to deliver the {wpers every morning, immediately on arrival ; and should be ftlml, iu the event of any irregularity occuiriug, to be informed of the smile. To OUR .SI;RSCRIBI:RS AXD HEADERS.-Tlie South Aus- tralian Ailrerti-.fr mid tile WVrW.y Chronicle, ure published at an early hour fur des|Nitelt by the country mails, and for diV tribuiioit, by runner* in the- town mid suburban districts. Any oiiii:_<iuii or neglect will lie rectilied immediately the same is minie known at the office. Agents ure npiwiiited in most of the principal district* of the colony, but more arc ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE ECHO OF THE WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE ECHO OF THE WAVES. Over the' heaving sea Come tidings of the war ; Tlie bugle notes sound fitfully, Now near and now af.m Tlie seething surge sweeps on ; Tlie cannonade's deep roar Comes booming o'er the «ave. And breaks upon the shore. Come, clash and clang of arms Come, sounds of deadly fray. The rushing tide rolls back The echo dies away. Flashes the sunlit ray ; Tlie restless sea rides on lu rainbow hues ol' light To music of its own. And ever and anon Come hurrying o'er the main The trumpet tones of vict'ry The conqueror's martial »train ! Scarce does the willing ear Catch up the welcome tule, Ere other sounds are borne Upon the changing gale. Wild, mournful melody Floats o'er tlie moaning wave ; The pitying winds bau- on The death-dirge of the brave ! Over the heaving sea Come tidings ol' the war ; The bugle notes sound fitfully, Now lit., and now afar. Adelaide. THETA.

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

THE WEEKLY CHKONICLE: JÍOTICE._The demand for last week's Chronicle bein» «n-eatcr than was anticipated, the number printedIbll far short of the demand ; and owing to mechanical difficulties it was found impossible to publish a second edition. We have, however, made arrange- ments for a very large issue next Saturday, and begtosolicit the favour of early orders, as wrappers will be addressed as names are transmitted ; and should the demand again exceed the supply, the latest applicants will necessarily be disappointed. We have carefully revised our agents' lists, and if any omissions occur in the delivery of the papers, it must be inferred that the orders have not reached us. THE WEEKLY CHHONICLE: POST RETURNS._ Agents in the suburban and country districts returning unsold papers through the post, are requested to pay particular attention to the mode of their transmission, as otherwise the parcels will be charged for at the Post-Office according to the letter rates. Unsold papers sh...

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POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, JC_Y 21. (Bsfore Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. (Bsfore Mr. S. Beddome, P.M.) Elizabeth Forbes was charged with stealing one pound and a-half of mutton from the shop of Mr. Lean, butcher, Weymouth-street. The prosecutor stated that he was a butcher in Weymouth-street, Adelaide. Last night (Tuesday) the prisoner came into witness's shop and requested him to "break a bit of meat" for   her, and asked the price of it. Accordingly he cut a piece of beef, weighed it, and told her the price. She then said she had no money and requested that she might take the meat and pay in the morning. Wit- ness told her he could not trust her, and suggested, as she stated she lived near, that she should go home and fetch the money, winch she promised to do, and requested that the meat should remain on the block until her return. Told her it was time to close, and she bad better come in the morning. Immediately she left missed the piece of mutton produced, which wa« on a block piior to serving t...

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

WE have not space, in our present issue, to offer the remarks which it was our intention to have made in connection with the opening of the tele- graph to Melbourne. We wish, however, all success to the line, and shall ourselves be good customers to it, especially if the rates are lowered. One thing, however, connected with its opening, or rather preceding its opening, we are bound to complain of, and no doubt the public will sympa- thize with us. We have engaged more than one correspondent in Melbourne, and have long since arranged for the use of the line as soon as it should be available to the public. On Tuesday afternoon we saw Mr. Todd, Superintendent of the Tele- graph Department, and asked him if the line would be open to the public before the official opening by the Governor. He said emphatically, that no use could be made of the line to the public, until after the Governor had " opened it ; " and, also, that due notice would be given of the performance of the ceremony by Hi...

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THE GOLD-FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

THE GOLD-FIELDS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THE gold-fields of Victoria have been generally considered the richest in the world ; and as far as the returns of gold yielded may be taken as proof of the justness of this opinion, it would seem to be indisputable. The Sydney Empire, however, advances some very plausible reasons in favour of the supposition that Kew South Wales is not really second to Victoria in aurife- rous wealth. "Perhaps" says pis Empire, "in proportion to the numbers employed upon each, the Victorian diggings have yielded a lower average than ours." The grounds for this opinion might have been shown by reference to statistics ; but without quoting figures, the JLmpire spealcs pretty confidently on general grounds. Our con- temporary says :- j " We have good reason to believe that if the same amount of labour and capital had been bestowed upon gold-digging here, the returns would have been greater thau have been realized in Victoria. The prizes there arc certainly higher, b...

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WILD FLOWERS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

WILD FT.OWKUS OK AV^TIÍALTA. Wild I w crio! ViHtri i hiwUwclj iu \e IMictliir »locking our pithw iv or el iiibin^a tieo Hil lint« ni r> bec ulet I'n \cl'o\ or white Icon 1 ç. 17 oin uc\u « th u u hi hu delight lieg mini litpliec ni\ till mi the «. of Belt «lorn ni MlliH Winn IIo\ el« i eliot Tlic\ ire ni tie or tlie m OIN - i«. will do iii \ »m <1 ii the black fellow « be iles v tue white ie'low s prnc Wild llouciiof Viv-i iiii, with fui\ bUt foin-, \i i in h u tin i i uhwiu 1 } i m b nk t ii loud storms The wind pi-, th m mil ujn i>K the/um tie It inn h ni it mi} bow bulli I -nit bl ein. lhcc w hit tli tin i ti in>i»p\ iri MI n if inn! cm corn W h it though \ i einloistn lt'iu d _iov. lui thom. Nor j» um »c i) n iuiv\, ni ? ^ 'it wil 1 Ú1 ii m-, «.«cet m um lei M« jh.nu i -5 not tin wiliV» \et llowu« of Vu«tnhi_« louh ji ec A-»1 hi lion rsol OMi.ii 1 in 1 Inedible mid diesel -\oiii tin -, Ii-* tit » -i u let 1 u \illi\\ JI white le ul I -i/ n them c\ with n n it...

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