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

THE VICTORIA THEATRE.-Tlie performances last evening were for the benefit of Mr. Holloway, and the play-going portion of the publie shewed a very proper appreciation of this actor's abilities by reward- ing lum with " a bumper." " Belphegor the Mounte- bank " a piece which has been long in preparation, was rformed for the first time at this theatre, and bids fair to,become a favourite. No expense has been spared in its preparation, anel it affords ample scope for displaying tlie particular talent of nearly every member of the company. Many of the dresses are superbly made up, and a masquerade scene which is introduced is a gorgeous alTair. Some capital songs by Miss Carry Nelson and Signor Grossi also contri- buted to the amusements of the evening, which con- cluded with the farce "An Object of Interest," in which Me.-, .-s. Greville, Webster, Miran, Lewis, and the Misses Nelson were as amusing as ever. POLICE.-In our report of the Police Court for Monday last the Magistrate (Mr. Be...

Publication Title: South Australian Advertiser, The
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INSOLVENT ESTATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

IKS0LA7EKT ESTATES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AÜVÄBTI3KB. Sir,-Yon are doubtless aware that under the new Insolvent Act provision is made for the sale by tender - of the debts clue to insolvent estates. I find no fault with the arrangement, because, although it may be possible that c creditors will receive a smaller dividend than they would if the debts were collected for the estate, assuming of course that diligence were used, one of the conditions upon which tenders ave invited being that the amount shall be paid in cash, an opportunity is thus afforded the Assignee of declaring a dividend at an earlier period than he otherwise coidd, and more expeditiously wind ing-up the estate. The creditors also will, no doubt, generally speaking, be better satisfied with a slightly smaller dividend paid promptly, thus enabling them to close an account which probably presents anything but agreeable features, than they would be by a larger dividend deferred for a greater period of lime. AVhilst appr...

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

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the Public Pound, Section T029, Hundred of Talunga-The bay Ally, white star in forehead, white near hind lbot, advertised last week, bran Jed like W off shoulder, should have been liko W with 1 over conjoined off shoulder. EDWARD Bli ICE, l'onndkcopcr. Impounded at the Public Pound, in the Township of Vic- toria, near Kananda Mino-One strawberry cow, white back, belly, and hind legs, red ears, indistinct brand near ribs ; one red heifer-calf, white belly, tall, and forehead, no brands visible; one red heifer calf, little white on hack, belly, and tail, no brand» visible ; one red bull calf, little white on beliy and hind legs, no brands viBiblc. If not claimed, will be sold Ausrast 9,1853, at noon. RICHARD ROWETT, Jun., Poimdkeeper. Impunded _at the Public Pound, Bloomfield, Section 360, River Light, Tort Gawler-One roan bullock, Tjranded like W-H off ramp, rope and coupling chain on rieck ; one red bullock, branded Uko 222 with w-y under on neiir ri...

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

A MONSTER OF THE DEEP.-We yesterday saw the head and shoulders of a Murray River cod which weighed no less than thirty-nine pounds. We question if Billingsgate or Hungerford ever exhibited so remarkable a specimen of this well-known fish. ACCIDENT.-As Inspector Reid was driving to town this morning his vehicle was run into in Rundle street with much violence by another, driven in a reckless manner along the street; the shock threw the Inspector out ; and upon being conveyed to Dr. Bayer it was found that he had suffered much injury, having broken the small bone of his arm just above the wrist. The man, through whose carelessness the accident occurred, escaped, but it is thought that some clue can be obtained to the identity of the driver ; and the police have instructions to follow up the matter, so that he may not go unpunished. MB. BLACK'S ENTERTAINMENT.-We are sure that all we need to do in order to ensure a good at- tendance at Mr. Black's entertainment this evening, is to annou...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W.N.W.; 4 p.m., W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 9 a.m. 9.30 p.m. ARRIVAL. [Per Magnetic Telegraph.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WllCD IH THE GÜLT YEVRBDAT. 8 a.m., W.N.W. ; 4 p.m.. W. HIGH WATE» OX THE BAB THIS DAY. 9 am. | t-M p.a. ARRIVAL. _ [Per Magnetic lekxranh.] Wednesdai, July 21-The cutter firefly. M tons. H Mcl'lierson, nutter, tnmi King George« bound July li. 7 pa Mt.-nta.rH iu the »tec-rage. IMPORT* í argo of flit Firefly, from King George's Boomi-3< barrels oil. Order, 3G do do, Dak. CLEARED (COA-TIHO) Wedrexlny Tuly21-Tile «c-hooutr Alexander, 35 tons, J. K«d, martcr, lor Tort KIHot No passenger* t argo-_ or - casts « nu. J <ir cask» »pint». 17 cane» »pirlta. 12ca»ks bottled beer, i p"t cigar»., _ bundle» lea t lier, l bogs turner}, 1 pared. < cs-tc-x brand}, (under bund), 15 pkg». furniture, for residents and M.ttli tv bailie da} TIK cutter Kndearoar. 17 ton«. Reid, nuuter, for I < rke H PemusitU. ( arco-Mundry »tore« fur settler*. «.ami cb) Hu cult r Alert. 12 tona, Mnnyanl, nuuter, for >ruii_lin HarUmr In ballast »ailie ila> 1 I...

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JETTY AT THE SEMAPHORE MAIL, PILOT AND TELEGRAPH STATION, LE[?] FEVRE'S PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

JETTY AT THE SEMAPHORE MAIL, PILOT AND TELEGRAPH STATION, LE- FEVRES PENINSULA. His lüxcellcncy the Governor-in-Chief, attended by the Chief Secretary, received by appointment, yester- day, a deputation of gentlemen, who presented a me- morial containing 633 signatures to the following effect : " To His Excellency Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell, C.B., Captain-General and (Joveruor-in-Chief of the Province of South Australia, &c. " The Memorial of the undersigned merchants, bankers, tradesmen, shipmasters, owners and agents, and other inhabitants of the Province, " Respectfully showcth "That your Memorialists recognise the importance of the following resolution, passed at a meeting of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, on the 3rd February last, viz : "That the requirements of the shipping frequenting the Province, the safety and convenience of persons embarking and disembarking at the beach, and proper facilities for the Mail Sen-ice, urgently demand the erection of a jetty nea...

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

_Auctions._ THIS DAY (Thursday), July 22. EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. CORNSACKS. CORNSACKS. EX ATLANTIC. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. GREEN, PARR, & LUXMOORE will sell by auc tion, at the Mart, This Day (Thursday), July 22, at 11 o'clock 7 Bales of CORNSACKS, riz. : § 264. 1 Bale, containing 300 277. 1 do. do. do. 278. 1 do. do. do. 279. 1 do. do. do. 230. 1 do. do. do. 281. 1 do. do. do. 282- 1 do. do. do. THIS DAY (Thursday), July 22. EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. BEDFORD CORD TROUSERS. DRAB MOLE DO. ON ACCOUNT OF THE SHIPPERS. EX ARIEL. WITHOUT RESERVE. TO DRAPERS, COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS. AND OTHERS. GREEN, PARR, & LUXMOORE will sell by auc- tion, at the Mart, This Day (Thursday), July 22, ni 11 o'clo k s 5 Ti in ks BEDFORD CORD TROUSERS, and 6 CaFcs DRAB MOLE TROUSERS, viz : 1S5. 1 tiui.k, 60 pairs Bedford Cord Trousers 185. 1 do., same contents 186.1 do., 20 pairs Bedford Cord Trousers, gaiter bottoms 40 do. do. do. 137.1 do. 60 pairs Bedford Cord Trousers, spring botto...

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TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH VICTORIA. OPENING OF THE LINE BY THE GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH VICTORIA. OPENING OF THE LINE BY THE GOVERNOR- IN-CHIEF.   Wednesday, 21st July, 1858, will be a day long proudly remembered by South Australians. It wit-   nessed the successful result of an effort of perseverance and science hitherto unparalleled in the history of the   Australian colonies. Space was annihilated, and Vic- toria was brought, as it were, within whispering dis- tance. Telegraphic communication between the two colonies has been established ; difficulties, which at first appeared insurmountable, have been overcome by science and indomitable perseverance; and we are placed in the proud position of being enabled to boast     of having been the first of the Australian colonies to accomplish a feat of vast importance to the commer- cial community of both provinces, and, indeed, to all classes. We previously announced that an arrange- ment had been made, by which Sir R. G. MacDon...

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THE NEW EEIGN OF TEBROR. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

THE NEW EEIGN OF TEBROR. The following letter has been written hy Mazzini to the editor of the London Dally Neics : Sir-The work of persecution in France is going on silently, but unceasingly. Doomed prisoners are continuing to reach Marseilles every night from all the departments. Tlicy are conveyed, like the reprit de justice, in cellular vans. The arrests were all pre- determined. They took place simultaneously in all localities a few days before the promulgation of the Law of Public Safety, from old and recent list9 of numes, merely marked with the word " republican." Tiley ure very numerous. The G-overnor of Algeria writes urging for other places of confinement being chosen. Algiers alone has already 700 prisoners. It is, in the midst of at least apparent tranquillity, a second and enlarged edition of the coup d'etat. The ferocity in the execution of the orders is rivalling the Syllan despotism of the measure. Allow me to quote a few instances. M. Lebrun, a notary at Charot, ar...

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LABOUR MARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 22 July 1858

LABOUR MARKET, [From Hunt's Labour Office.] Per Annum with Board and Lodging. Domestic and Dairy Servants.   Female. Housekeepers, £25 to £30 Good Cooks, £25 to £30 Housemaids, £20 to £25 Laundresses. £23 to £26 Kitchenmaids, £20 to £26 Upper Nurses, £20 to £26 Nurses, £10 to £20 Nurse Girls, £7 to £15 General Servants, £20 to £26   Dairymaids. £20 to £23 Barmaids, £40 to £52 Waitresses. £20 to £30 Domestic and Farm Servants   Male Married Couples, £52 to £60   Ploughmen, (single) £40 to £52 General Labourerss, £40 to £52   Gardeners, £52 to £60 Bullock Drivers for Farms, Men, £10 to £32 Ditto, Boys. £14 to £25 Bullock Drivers for Roads   Men. £52. to £60 Ditto, Boys, £25 to £30 Boys to tail Cattle, £10 to £15     Per week, with the usual Rations Shepherds (according to dis- tance) 12s to 15s Hutkeepers, ditto, lOs to l2s Bush Carpenters, 25s to 30s Fencers, 25s to 30s Cooks, 20s ...

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

THE NEW PAPERS.-The South Australian Adver- tiser, and the South A miroita». WteMy Chronicle, 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 Age, of independent tono, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the L~$jnions °f the majority, and at the same time giving ^Jggî scoj^ for the exposition of the views and wishes of tiio'miffority. To harmonize tho various industrial interesta of the Colony, to prove, that although diverso thev aie 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 kss, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopts, will be the undeviating aim of the New Papéis. POLITICIANS will find in the New Papers a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the losing qu...

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

Notices. THE EXPLORERS FROM MORETON BAY. INTENDED PUBLIC WELCOME to MB. GREGORY and PARTY, by a DEJEUNER at White'« Rooms. Chairman-The Hon. the Commissioner of Crown Lands. His Excellency Sir R. G. Macdonnell Governor-in 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 : Andrews, Mr. R. B., M.P. Hector, Mr. John, J.P. Andrews, Mr. W. B. T, Commissioner of Lands Deputy Registrar-General Titles. Bagot, Mr. J. T., M.P. Hinds, Mr. C. R. Bakewell, Mr., M.P. Kingston, Hon. G. S., Barrow, Mr. J.H., M.P. Speaker of House of As Blyth, Hou. A., Commis- sembly sioner of Public Works Hughes, Mr. J. B., M.P. Brown, Mr. John, Commis- Lazar, His Worship Mr. J. missioner of Railways Mayor of the City of Browne, Mr. J. H., J.P. Adelaide Carlin, His Worship, Mr. Longton, Mr. E. C. F. B. Mayor of Norwood Lyon, Mr. C, J.P. and Kensington Macdermott, Mr. Marshal, Colley, Mr. R. B., J.P., J.P. Co...

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ECHUNGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

ECHUNGA. TO THE EDITOTC or THE ADVERTISER. \ Sir -Allow me to correct an error in your brief notice of the " Echunga Gold-field," which appeared in the Chronicle of the 17th. We have no marked increase either in our population, or yielel of gold, and instead of from one to two hundred diggers, the num- ber of licences issued tliis month does not exceed forty. Individual cases of success there may be, but in 'the present aspect of the diggings, there is nothing to warrant a general "rush," or even to induce those who have settled employment elsewhere to try their j fortunes at them. I T am. Sir, &c, OBSERVER, July 21, 1858. . [We have certainly received very different informa- tion from that now given by " Observer," whose letter, however, it is but just to "publish.-ED. S.A.C]

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PASSPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

PASSPORTS. TO THE EDIÏOll OV THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Ts it trir» that the Governm?nt intend to establish the passport syst c:u, to prevent such intrusions as that of Mr. Gregory, who has given great offence by coming to this colony without having first obtained prtTnission? July 22, 1858. TOUCHE.

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STEAM POSTAL SERVICE.—THE MAURITIUS ROUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

STEAM POSTAL SERVICE.-THE MAU RITIUS ROUTE. TO THB EDITOR OF TilJE ADVERTISER. Sir-I have just read your pointed and spirited article on the Postal Service, and the advantages that would accrue to this colony by the adoption of the Mauritius route. By way of following up your practical views upon this important subject, I beg to forward you an ex- tract from a late number of the 3Iauritius "Commercial Gazette, which, to my mind, solves the question of " how to do it." Referring to the discontent so generally expressed by all the Australian colonies, at the inellieiency of the present postal arrangements, vorn* Mauritius confrere thus unbosoms himself: "We are astonished that in presence of these re- peated disappointments, a trial of the line via Mau- ritius is not demanded. The cause of the delay of the steamers on their voyage is invariably the same contrary winds, and boisterous weather on rounding Cape Leuwin. It is certain that these difficulties would be generally avoiefeiLjfJ...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD.—MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

UPPER WAKEFIELD.-MEETING OF RATE- PAYERS. [rROM OUR OWN coRnrsr-oxDENT.] Complaints having boen made to the District Council that great neglect and abuses had taken place in the management of the public Cemetery eaat of East Auburn, tlie Council had convened a meeting' on Saturday, July 12, of the ratepayers, to take into con- sideration what ste'ps were necessary and expedient to ensure a reform in the matter. At 1 o'clock there wove from 20 to 30 ratepayers present, amongst whom were four of the Trustees of the Cemetery who had been specially invited to attend. Mr. Treloar was re- quested to preside, and on taking the chair said they all knew Hie object of tînt meeting. The Cemetery was vested in seven Trustees, but it appeared that they had not met for a long time: the immediate management had been left by them to their Secretary, but he had removed four months ago to a distance of six miles without resigning his oifiej, or taking any steps to place the supervision and management...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH.— COMPLETION OF THE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

THE INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. COMPLETION OF THE OPENING. We are happy to state that there need no longer be any doubts as to the complete success of this undertaking. Direct communication with Melbourne was carried on during the afternoon   of yesterday continuously, upon a most extensive scale. Considerably more than sixty messages were transmitted from the Adelaide terminus (not including those having reference to the working of the line), some of which were pithy and brief enough, whist others were full and lengthy. No difficulties, we understand, were experienced in the working of the line from eleven   o'clock yesterday morning, at which hour Mr.   Todd, the Superintendent, received a telegram   from Melbourne informing him that theGovernor-   in-Chief of Victoria, Sir Henry Barkly, would   be happy to attend at the Station, in Melbourne, at any hour that might be convenient to the Governor of South Au...

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

MINING SHAKES ANO MONEY MARKET. Burras, .?150. Princess Royals, .-£25. Royals, £l is. Money on freehold security, 10 to 12J. " on Burra scrip, 12$. on inferior securities, 20.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Friday morning. No message from Melbourne haa reached Adelaide.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

THE WEEKLY CHBONICLE : POST RETURNS. Agents in tlie suburban and country districts returning unsold papers through, the post, are requested to pay particidar attention to the mode of their transmission, as otherwise the parcels will be charged for at the Post-Oliiee according to the letler rates. Unsold papers should be euclo-ied in a wrapper, open at the ends, and addressed to the sender, at tlie Advertiser Office, Adelaide. This enables us to know from whom they come, and it is within the scope of the Post Oxlice regulations. Thus, for example, if John Smith wished to return his unsold papers, he would address them to '* Mr. John Smith, Adver- tiser Office, Adelaide." In addition to the address upon the wrapper, i» should be inscribed with the words-"Newspaper only, without letter." Ko other writing must be on or in the parcel.

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