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YANKALILLA. FRIDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 23 July 1858

YANKALILLA. FRIDAY, JULY IG. Present-Messrs. S. Herbert (Chairman), D. Davies, and John Marshall. A letter was received from Messrs. Bartley & Co., to state that the order for the deviation of road near Mr. James Smith's had been confirmed by the Governor. The Poundkeeper paid (¡d. balance due to Council of proceeds of calf sold for 7f. on .fitly 14th. He also produced his book which was examined and found correct. Mr. Marshall WUH requested to get some repairs done to a bridge near Allen's store. nie Clerk was directed to advertise in reference to the de- pasturing iiceiifes. Quarterly timber licences granted to Messrs. H. T. Watson anti William Nicholls, Quarterly stone licence granted to Mr. John MarshalL Slaughtering licence granted to Mr. James Renowden. Adjourned to Friday, July 30.

Publication Title: South Australian Advertiser, The
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RAILWAY PARCELS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

RAILWAY PARCELS. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-In common with other tradesmen I hare besn frequently inconvenienced by the clerk at the railway refusing io receive or book over, night parcels in- tended io goby the early morning train. Doubtle-s he acts under iust ruction, but surely sucli a regulation is unnecessary, and need only be alluded to lo be remedied. I am, Sir, &c, COMMON SENSE.

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THE RIVAL CLOCKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

THE RIVAL CLOCKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVEHTISEIt. Sir-'"lu my native town when ive had but one clock,'' wa were always in doubt as to ths real lime, because it was stated by some people that the clock was altered to suit the purpose of those who had the rculaiing power. But having no other, we Win'e obliged to be satisfied with what that clock was made to say. "In progress of time," many of the enter- prising inhabitants resolved to have a new clock. When this dial was set going, it did not quite agree with the old one. But tliis gave rise to discussion amongst the inhabitants, and thereby the true timo was arrived at. It had also the cfi'eet of making the managers of the old dial look more to the publio in- terest, and keep more correct time. Of coursa the old clock-keepers looked upon the face of their new friend with a little jealousy, because he had somewhat de- tracted from the attention which had hitherto been bestowed upon themselves. After awhile, however, their clisco.vl ...

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IMMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

IMMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR Ol' TUE ADTEHTISEB. Sir-I notice in this morning's paper an advertise- ment, called " a memorial," praying for more emi- grants. Have you any idea who is the father of it, as he is evidently"ashamad to put his name to it? I would advise him to procure signatures from the hundreds that are hanging about the streets and labour offices, and not among the interested few who, like himself, may live on the d23titutioa of others. I am, &o., OSV. WHO WOÜXU KEEP THE MOXEY IX TUE COLOSY. Adelaide, .fulv 23.

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lauds will he offered for .sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adclnid», on Thursday, the 12th day of August, l8.-», at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 percent. Coüxrnv Sectioxs. Coimtv Adelaide-About one mile west of Stanford and Burley'«-, limul red ol' Kuitpo. Sec. .Acres. fee. Acres. 774 17 3149 84 775 53 77G S ::420 64 County Light-On Spring li iii Creek, west of Mount Rufus. , Hundred of Julia Creek. ,* K7 122 .1 69 ï* " * <;-! V21 I County Burra-East and west of Hurra Creek, south of and adjoining the Burra Special Survey, on the south boundary of the l-fiuulrcil. Hundred of Kooringa. 3Í50 82 a tai 11« 34T3 75 SB (.22 «202 39 ira li'C D5 SO 96 41 97 13« 93 132 99 31 ino l>6 101 75 102 200 103 m 94 1C2 Notice is given that tho following portions of Crown Lands will be ofi-rca tor sale hy public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on llmrsday, tin» 5th day of August, 1838, at 11 o'clock. D...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

TiCTOKiv TiiEvriti-"JJelphegoi" wis repeated on Thinsd<r> eicningto ii cn good house, «uni its reception n as ci en lttfer th m 01 its t "t icpi osent vhon There are but few di"im is ii Inch .lion f,rcittr --cupe tor the actor gene t illv than Bclphegoi a i mini ist unount of fine filling must netes«a ilybcin* xlticd into tht characters, ii hich re- quire ditrinnm'tion ni titt to îs-p-esent, ami lie must ac' non ledge ti at t\er\ t it h is boon bestowed upon it bj tht. man tgtment it tht \ a torn the impel«onation of tho mountcbi ik bi Mr Ifnllou u reflec'ert the peatest credit upon tint gcntlcm ui Is. his t min h «tudied the author s conception ot tie ch-rict i and lit dtlnutd nniiv pnssa/cs i ith pathos ud lu in' imiwIi delighted the mu'îeiue the Al ultime o' "U s Wi i \ti-,in cmi > ed most ti tithfullj the dut) botn ot the ii ilt and th nmthei th'> scene nli te she risks her gi d innis, md hus'i ind s loi e to sii " tlic life of he child his m -st 11 t ni"r is...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

public :notice^> ToCoijVri \.tv> e^ti«* ns - Vdiei ¡snen*^ liitcndel loi n *"rtiiii in he ti ij < I í r i of ih« e. > on ii must b_ jt eui oi'iLt I > _ o do m i ti p attci ioo i 0i Tlmi srliv Pom Vm u\i»i -"H v. ii io lui -I m O "ice it Vu t \de Mil i lj item to ""ti BoiivL t s l)i c*i stiegt wheie commit r cilwusiid uiv ui^ci ici s n "> belcft beb ¿ toiiitoiin our Poi 11 eau i s th it u c li t. e ui,r iged i ni mer to duli ei tin. p iws c\ ti v niiiuu untied it Ivon ami ii, and s wind be gild in tbet\e.itot u i c0aMiit> occurring, to btuuoimal of tile «i tu fo otu ^tB«CKirr"s vin It"vders -The Smth itt-, tia! tittil ci i "/ m 1 tile H li Ci o» ile no pubislud it ineul> boin loi de.->pitch by the couitij mois milli dis tnmiiiii b> i mjus in tilt tnn ntl sub iib m distinto Vin omission or ncckc will bo ret ¡t d mi nedi i* lj the «?uivMsinidtl nown it fie o<ii"i> Ascui's aie ippnnled m iuo-.t of t! e pt ncip ii din n ts of th c )'on&...

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PRIVATE RIGHTS—WALKER VILLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

PRIVATE RTGIITS-WALKER VILLE. TO TUE EDIIOil OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Observing in your impression of this morning a report of some proceedings taken against parties for drawing water, sind, & j., Sec, f.-om th.: bed of the river without first having obtained a licence from the Dis- trict Council of Walkerville ; and as from your editorial postscriipt it appenrs you arc not in possession of the fads of the ca^e, and thereby both you and the public are likely t o b2 misled, I b?g to lay before you the true state of the case, viz. : Ssction 476 B., which, according to the usual boundaries of sections abutting on the river Torrens extends i o the centre thereof, was somo years ago la,id out by the owner in streets, with a reserve next lha river for the promenade and use of the purchasers of the allotments, and vested in the hands of trustees for such purpose ; and these allotments, 100 in number (purporting lo be aeres), sold under such conditions.* lu 1855 the district was forme...

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LABOUR MARKET[?] [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

LABOUR MARKET, [Prom limit's Liboui Office] j'er Annum with Board atid Lodging. " Domestic and Dairy Servants. Female. Housekeepers, .-C25 to £30 Good Cooks, .£23 to .£::o Housemaids, .£20 to .£25 Laundresses, ¿"3 to .£2G Kiicheiimaids, ,£20 to .£23 Upper nurses, .-£20 to .-£20 'inrees, X10 to .?20 Nurse Girls, .-£7 to £15 General Servants,- .£20 to £i'< \ Dairymaids, .-£20 to £23 Í Barmaids, .-S-iü to .C52 j Waitresses, .£30 to .-£-'.0 l Domestic and Farm .Sei vants. j Mule. ? Married Couples, ¿£52 to .-gild ! Ploughmen, (single) .£»0 to ! .C02 " ¡ Gênerai Labourers, ¿CiötoüöS ! Gardeners, .£52 to .£eo j Bullock Drivers for Farms, Men, .£10 to .£52 Ditto, Boys, .£U to .£25 I Bullock Drivers for Roads. i Men, .£52 to £60 | Ditto, Hoys, .£25 to .£30 j Boys to tail Cattle. .£io to .£15 | Per week, with the usual Rations. I Shepherds (according to din . i tance) 12s to 15s i Hutkeepers, ditto, lo.s to 12s j IitLsh Carpenters, 25« io 3«s j Fencer.'«, 25.s io 305 j Cooks, 20S ...

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Flour, £17 to £1$ ICs. ; wheat, 78. «'!. ; bran, l8. 7il. to . Sd. ; pollard, 2s. ; English barley, Cs. Gd. ; Cape barley, 5s. ; oats, 5s. to es. BARRY & BATEY, 11, Currie-street. July 22, IRJS. Wheat, 7s. -id. ; flour, choice brand», ;£ 19 iliags included) ; other brands, Xts ; bran, is. Sd. MONTEITH & MUIRHEAD. July 22, 1858.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Saturday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

INTEECOLOÎHAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser mid Chronicle Offices, Saturday nioraiitn-. We made repeated enquiries until a late hour ? last night respecting messages expected from our j correspondents at Melbourne, but were informed ! that although the line was being worked con- ! tinously ihe whole of the day, and although several messages to private persons in town had been received from Melbourne, no telegram had arrived for either of the newspapers. Why they have been kept back neither Mr. Todd nor our- selves can tell.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

T,ATEST DATES From. Auckland. Batavia.:. Bombay. Cfins of Good Hope. Calcutta. Cevlon. EXCIjAKD. Hobart Town_. Hongkong. Xamieepton. aladras . Mauritius. Melbourne. Kelson. Kew York.. Panania. Portli, Western Australia PcrtStind. 3i'.o (le Janeiro. S-ta lrfanc'.G30. ghisapore. Byaiicy. Val¡>ara!s:> .,. TV(â4»it»a.,. Jîy way of. Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne 3íyiboiinie Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne England M«ci bourne Melbourne Melbourne Holbourne» Melbourne Uatc. June 22 April 30 April 30 May IÏ May J May l8 April 21 July 12 April 23 JliiV 5 May S Mav lu July in June 1!) April io Maroh is June 11 July 7 March 20 April Ii April 2a Jlllv io March li June vii

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

SHIP MAÏLS. The Allowing is the oíucial b'st of mails to be dispatched on the dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, July 21, ÍS5S. Mails will b; dispatched as under: For Great Dritain, per contract packet, to Suez and over- land, vin Melbourne, on Wednesday, August 11. For Xew South Waies, via Melbourne. For Victoria, per Whanipanoag, to Melbourne, this dav, Saturday, July 21, at 2 : per Lochinvar, to Geelong, this day, Saturday, July 21, at 12; per Atrevida, to Melbourne, this dav, Sat uifkiy, July 21, at 4. For Tasmania, via Melbourne. For Xew Zealand, via Melbourne. For Western Australia, per contract packet, to King Georca's Sound, on Wednesday, August li. ; For Mauritius, per contract packet, via Cevlon, on Wednes- day, August li. For Cape ol'Good Hope, per contract packet, via Ceylon, on Wednesday, August li. For East Indies and China, per contract packet, to Point de Galle, via Melbourne, cn Wednesday, August li. For Robe, per Ant (steamer), "to Guichen Uav, o...

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NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

NOARLUNGA. Monday, .Iuly 12. Present-Messrs. P. Hollins (Chairman), Gribble, Mudge, and Fox. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Resolved, that Mr. Mudge be empowered to get the embank- ment made at the bridge near Oakley's. Resolved, that tenders be called for, by public notice, and one advertisement in the Observer, for logs and slabs for the bridge near Oaklev's. Resolved, that the Chairman and Mr. Mudge he authorized to confer with Mr. James Clark respecting the amount of compensation to be allowed for land taken for the road to Port Noarlunga. Ordered, that Pike and Willmott be paid £7 17s. 6d., and Thomas Lawrence £5. The Pounkeeper paid 12s. 9d., balance of proceeds of sale of heifers from the public pound. Tho Pouudkeepru* produced his monthly return, which was compared with his book and found correct. Council adjourned to July 2cth.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

îiuw Loue Association.-We are informed thal a Company is in process of formation for the lending sums of maney on se-nrilies under Mr. Torrens's Act, as the legal profession and the ¡and agents have resolved not to negotiate loans upon securities registered under the new system. Whether this combination really exists we will not say ; but that tho Company is being formed wc are assured on the highest authority ; and we should consider ourselves guilty of suppressing an important piece of public intelligence if we omitted to mention it.

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LANDS TITLES. [From the Melbourne Argus.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

LA>TDS TITLES. [From the Melbourne Art/nt.] Erery investíg'.l'ion of title to land involves three important considerations. It must be shown that the title-deeds disclose a clear title in fee to Lim lands thal they describe. It mu«t be shown that in that descrip- tion all the lands with which the pr ".es propose to deal are truly comprised. It must further be shown that the actual possession of the lands is consistent with the title that the documents disclose. The first of these considerations-the actual disclosure of a clear title-will be secured by the establishment ol' a public register, and by the entry in such register of the whole and undivided legal catate, converting into trusts other interests, and securing these equitable interests by careáis and restraining orders. If such a system vi ore adopted and once brought into operation-for the commencement ol'the plan would be its most diffi- cult part-there would b3 no further trouble about showing title. But ths question wo...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 24 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

«infer. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JUJA 2k 1S5S. Tbk Chief Inspector of sheep has published his report for the quarter ending :30th of June last ; and we ave sorry to find him confirming statements previously current willi reference to j the bad lambing season that has just passsd by. j Last year was not a good year, but this is re- ported to be much worse, the average percentage of lambs to ewes being not more th_m 55 per cent, or (JO at the outside. In a few districts, where good feed and water existed throughout the season, the lambing was, of course, much helier, bul in other places it has been almost a i nial , failure, lu some of the northern districts the , settlers hav-rt boen compelled to depasture thsir ', ¡locks during tho whole of the winter on the j summer runs, involving a great, destruction of I feed through overcrowding. The Inspector re ! ports himself as having been unable to visit som» i stations owing to the impossibility of getting feed ! for his horses. Ho says iii «t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

Mu. Giïesory.-The Committee for arranging the details of the breakfast to bo given to Mr. Gregory will meet this day, at half-past 11 o'clock, in the Office of the Commissioner of Crown Lauds. A good attendance is very desirable.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

Tut: TcLEuaimt axd the Ppblic.-In our impression, of Thursd-ay we complained that the Superintendant, of Telegraphs liad permitted the Register to uso the wires heforc the line was pub l:cly opened, that gentleman having informed us that until alter the opening of the line by the Governor no message could be sent or delivered. ~h\v. Todd, in explanation, ¡-laled that he was well aware of the irregularity, bul that he thought the public convenience would justify his breaking through routine, and that he forwarded the Reg ¡ni cr s message accompanied by a request that as the line i\as not open to the public a proof of the message might be forwarded to this oifi"e. This was not done, and to vindicate ourselves from apparent negligence we informed our readers that the reason the Register had a message, and we not,"was because the use of the line was refused us, although conceded to the Register. With respect to the withholding of the proof our contemporary puts in two pleas ; first, tha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

The "Weekly Cukoxicliî: PostJíetürxs. Agents in the biiburbau and country districts returning- unsold papers through, the post, arc requested to pay particular attention to the mode of their transmisión, as oilier «viso tho parcels will he charged for al the Posl-Ofíiee according to the letter rates. Unsold papers should he enclosed in n wrapper, orien at the ends, and addressed to ihe sende; at the Advertiser Oftice, Adelaide. This enables us lo know from whom they come, and ii is within the scope of Hie Post-1 Oificc regulations. Thus, for example, if John Smith wished to return his unsold paper?, he would address them to '"Air. John Smith. Adver- tiser Office, Adelaide." In addition to the address upon the wrapper, it should he inscribed with Hie words-"'^Tcvvspaper only, without letter."' IVo other writing musí be on or in Hie parcel.

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