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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. I Al turee days* »¡¿hi, al 1 par i coat. premium. J Ho lollowirur are the rates of exchange at present adopted by tile local Banî.s o!" this colony : The .South Alsthai.ian- Banking Company, the Bask or Australasia, ami Hie Union Bask or Ausni.vi.iA. Adelaide Issue drafts on London at sixty days' sight at 1 per cent, premium. Buy bills on London at sixty day*' sight at 1 per cent, discount. Issu" drafts on £ i-Sydney ", "5 i Bathumi j ? < Goulbouru ! ce ¡ Maitlm.l I ?¿ v Moreton B.-.y j A f Melbourne .£ i Geelong I 2 ?< Portland M t Por: Fairv > I Belfast ' ¿ 1 } Hobart Town ¡i" J J Launceston j, S I Auckland p% ?! Wellington '< S I Lvtteltou N " ' Buy IHUs ölt- 'S fKvdnev « j Bathurst £ ?< Gouliioura 'A I Maitland ¡jj (.Moreton Bay j ^Melbourne .if ! Geel'ing = < Portland M I Port Fairy > L Belfast * ÍS Í Hobart Town ¿^ ) Launceston ckland >At fifteen days' sixht. at l per cent, discf-int. ? S ( Anck...

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MAYOR'S COURT—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JULY 22. [Bofore His Worship the Mayor.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

MAYOU'S COURT-POUT ADELAIDE. Thursday, July* 22. FBofore His Worship the Mayor.] PîOS._/?. II. Allen was charged with keeping pigs on his premises, corner of Hare-street and North-parade. Tho inspector proved that defendant lind kept some pigs, nine in number, for several days, and had been re- peatedly cautioned about so doing. His Worship said he should "inflict the lowest penalty, £2 for each pig, m all £9. A .second charge for permitting impure water to flow from his premise?, was dismissed ; the drainage of the street was bad, and the nuisance complained of arose from the neighbouring houses.

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

TiTE Weekly Crroxicle : î^otic-k.-Tlie demand for last iveeli's Ckrunîvle being irrealer than waa anticipai ed. the number printed fell far short ol' 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 begtosolieit I he 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 i lie delivery oft he papers, it must lie inferred that the orders have no1 reached its.

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PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. MONDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

POET EIAMOT AXD GOOLWA. Monday, July 19. 1 "resent-Hie Chairmtji, Messrs. Hunter, Sunman, and Rankine. The Treasurer reported having paid the sum of .-£29 into the Bank to the credit oi'the'Council. Surveyor luuuled in a report upon the cemetery. The Council resolved to expend the sum originally proposed in carrying out the plans ot the Surveyor. The Clerk was instructed to write.to the Under-Secretary for information respecting con- veyance of the cemetery to the Trustees. Also to Mr. Carleton foi" a copv of charges made at the Adelaide Cemetery. Mr. Suiunau reported that at a meeting ol' the ratepayers of Xkuiigkita, it was resolved to adopt the back road near Myr riek's niiil. Goolwa Fern-.-Mr. Eankinc was requested to prepare a fresh memorial* upon the subject, and to purchase a boat for the use ol' the ferryman. Mr. B. F. Laurie, S.M., attended and recommended Joseph Francis as a lit and proper person to be employed as ferryman at the Goolwa. Council approved the recommendation...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday, Jitly 21. [From our own Correspondent.] Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the Chair), Aldermen Hart in and Wilcox ; Councillors McLaren, Wyld, Square, Coulson and Harrison. The Sui'vcv or produced a plan of the intended road from High-street to Murray street. Proposed, that the consideration of the plan be de- ferred to this day three months, whereupon an amend- ment was propojed that the plan as produced be adopted. The amendment was carried. Ordered that the Surveyor he requested to report at the next meeting upon the state of High-street. Al=o that an estimate be given of sundry works re- quired in other parts of the town. Cc'iinciilor McLakex said he was authorised on the part of Mr. McEwen to state that the alteration in the footpath, cn the cast side of Murray-street, from Smith's hotel to and inclusive of Mr. Orsmond's pre- mises, would be carried out by Mr. McEwen at his expanse, subject to the approval of the Surveyor. The Town Clerk was order...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD. SATURDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

ITFElt WAKEFIELD. Saturday, Juia* 17. Present-Mr. Spicer (in the cliair), and Messrs, Taylor, Treloar, and Macnamara. Letters read from the Commissioner of Public Works, with reference to the new regulations for applying for grants in aid of private subscriptions. Two letters read from the ('»ntral Eoad Board, stating that there were no funds available for repairing the main road south of Auburn ; that the slate reef close to the new culvert north of Auburn would be taken up ; that the drain which til» stationmen had cut across the district road would be P.'iiced off; and that a second stationman would bo appointed to effect smull repairs required ou the main road through the district. Letters read from the Clerk of the Cflnro District Council, stating that three of the Clare Councillors were deputed to meet a liku number of the Upper Wakefield Council, for the purpose of appointing some medical practitioiicr to attend to tiie destitute poor of both districts. Letter read from the C...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 23. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, July 23. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.l in re H. W. THIRKELL - This was a final hearing.   Mr. W. H. Little appeared for the insolvent. The accountant to the estate, Mr. Brown, read the fol- lowing report : "In this estate the liabilities are £88 8s., and the assets nil., the insolvent having declared in forma pan- peris. The insolvent has readily given every information asked for, and I have no reason to believe that he has concealed any property, or that he has any papers or books to falsify or destroy. The causes of his insolvency as stated by him are sufficient to account for it ; and there appears to have been a want of caution in going into business in a house that subjected him to the liabilities of other people without first obtaining a sufficient guarantee against them." John Brown.   "July 9, 1858." Mr. Brown stated that the principal reason of the insolvency was that there were liabilities upon the house which the insol...

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SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 23. [Before the full Court.] NISI PRIUS. WOOD V. LOWE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

SUPREME COURT. Fui dat. July 23. [Before ihe full Court.] >'isi Kims. Wood v. Lowe. His Honor the Chief J usfcice, in giving judgment iii. tn the rule argued in this cause, r-aid that there were two points wuiea the Couit had to ileilde upon. The îtî-t-t; was whether the copy of the enrolled deed from Gilbert to Morphett, and the plan attached to it (not be'tig au enro'le.1 iivstrunicr.t). coull he a Im'tte-l in e»-iàenae, un.l, second, what actual rights passed by that deed to the plaintiff? With regir J to tho copi' cf tho ileoil an J plan, the Court were of opinion that it was proper to a-lmit beta the deed .i"d plan as evidence i its to the deed being ad- mitted there was no disunity about that, as vince.« the Registration Act au attested office copy of the deed would be received in any Com t, and although pians did not come under the provisions ( f the Act, and could not be properly enrolled, yet the plan in question, taken in connection with the deed and the other facts of ...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CtTRKENT. j ALE AXD PORTER, &c. Alf.-- £ s. d. Lass's, No, 3, duty paid, per lind. ..850 Allsopp'8.7 10 0 Salt&Co.'s.No. 3.TOO Worthington & Robertson's .. ..700 Cobb'?, per ditto.0 0 0 (""harrington*«, per ditto.5 10 0 Other brand!?, per ditto.3 10 0 . ' .. 0 11 .. 0 11 .. 0 IO .. 0 10 s. d. 7 6 0 S Friend's Allsopp**, per dozen .. .. 0 11 2 Bvass's Bottled, per ditto .. ..0110 00 lumbar'?, ditto ditto .0 10 0 0 0 Marali Ps. ditto ditto.0 10 0 0 io Tcmiciit's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 0 0 JLimer*s, ditto ditto .0 8 o 0 9 liilihcrt's. ditto ditto.0 9 0 0 10 Bridge's, ditto ditto .0 9 6 0 Hobson"», ditto ditto .090 0 10 0 Evans's, ditio ditto .088 000 Bass's ditto ditto, red diamond ..096 000 . Other brands .0 7 8 0 y o Stoct-Truman's XX. per bhd. .. .-.7 10 o 7 15 0 Ditto X. per ditto .. ..600 C io 0 Taylor's, ditto .7 10 n 7 15 0 Hoare's ditto .6 s 0 0 10 o Baieliiv'B ditto .«00 6 10 o Whitbn-ad's ditto.5 10 8 COO Miller «ditto.6 0« 6 io ...

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

POLICE ACTÍTITY. IO THE rnilOR OF THE ADVEKTISEK. bu"-The activity ot the Adelaide Police Force is now established beyond doubt as most of your readers are aware. A gentleman was knocked down in the publie street on Thursday night last by two ruffians, n,thc clear moonlight. A cry of '. Police" was raised, and was heard in King William-street, about the distance of half-a-mile, but no Police could be found ncai-er than the Police Station. Xot long ago, a man was knocked down opposite the Exchange in King William-street. The Poliea were loudly called for ; but, a3 usual, none was near. ?ïow, Sir, who is to blame? Surely not the active Police. A thorough revision of the Police Force ia absolutely required. Numerous instances may bs brought forward, but these ara sufficient to establish their activity and zeal in the protection of our pro- perty and lives. I am, Sir, Toura, &c, A CITIZEN.

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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

WEEKLY MARKET REPOET. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22, 1858. The market l'or colonial produce generally has been dull throughout the last ten days. Tn flour best country brands have been oii'ercd at C17, and town at £18, dunns; Hie last tln-ce days : but transactions liare been very- limited. Wheat lia« fluctuated a good deal, but after being down to 7s. 8s. at the mills in town, it Ivis been again more in demand for export, and parcels have "changed hands at 7s. 9d. and 8s., delivered al the Port, lira ii lias boen sold at Is. Sd. In grain for horse-feed ive quote no transactions. The vessels loading at tho lielbouvno beril» last week are still here, and some difficulty is experienced | in inducing shippers to send flour foi ward even at low j rates of freight. There is still the same inactivity in j general business ; and the only quotations since last I Saturday at auction wen- as follows, riz. : by ATessrs. I AVickstccd & Co., to day, L"0 ton? Enfcli'sli íiousc I cor...

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CRIME IN SPAIN. [From the Weekly Dispatch.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

CHIME IN SPAIN. [From the IFt cliff Dhpatch.] A tragic occurcnce look place al 2 o'clock in the afternoon of the 11-tli, in the Calle del Carmen, one of the streets leading to the Puerta del Sol, and the most fre.-|uentcd thoroughfare in Madrid. A person named Ribera plunged a poinard, or rather short sword, twice into the body of Ci 1 mel Verdugo. The ci'ime was committed with the utmost deliberation, and it is lettered that the assasin made no attempt at escape. AVhcn the last accounts left, the victim was still alive, but there iv.is hardly a hope of saving him. He was., taken to a house close to the spot where he wa? struck down. The assassin, who was inslantly arrested, walked along in the most tranquil manner. Ile hold in his hand for some time the weapon, still reeking with the blood of his victim, until, on passi ig by a house with an iron railing before the door, he flung it into the area, and then, as if nothing unusual had oeuived, lighted a cigar and began to smoke. Tiie...

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WILLUNGA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

"WILLUNGA PLOUGHING MATCH. This event took placo on Thursday last, upon a piece of ground belonging to Mr. Stevens. The quality of the land selected for the match was not equally good, some portions being in fair condition, and others very objectionable on account of dryne?s. The (iiilleulty of tho Committee increases every year in the selection of land" as this is now the eleventh ploughing match, and very soon no new ground will be available. On previous occasions, the ploughing matches have included McLaren Vale and Aldinga, but since the division of the district, several matches have bojn resolved upon, and this event representa the "Willunga district alone. The competition yester- day \ias open to all the colony, and there were some, some examples of very superior ploughing. The crops in this district are in a backward state, the lateness of the rains having prevented farmers from ploughing as early as usual. The ground was so hard for the want of tho necessary moisture at t" c...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

IMPOUNDLNGr NOTICES. Impounded at the Public Ponnd, Section 7029, Hundred (f Talunga-(.hie chesuut horse, branded like Vit conjoint or n off shoulder, stai in forehead, white streak on nose, shod fore feet ; ona hay filly, white star iii forehead, white near hind foot, branded on off shoulder soinetliing like W ; one white nobby steer, with red about the neck, branded MT off rump, appears to have like numbers on olfribs; one roan Steer, Jil oil' rump both cars marked ; one« brindle cow, liku CF or GF oT rump, one red cow, little white on rump and under belly, like CF or GV oil' rump ; one red cow. white face, white on rump and under b"lly, like CF or GF off ramp; two calves, with tins in nose, both ears marked, like CF or GF off rump ; one white and red spotted cow, both ears marked, like writing M off shoulder, like CF or GF off rump, with straw- berry calf-at sida, no bruni! visible: one white and red cow, near" car marked, branded on both rumps with like writing 31 off shoulder ;...

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

THE NEW PAPERS.-The SoutheAustralian Adver- tiser, and the South A list red ian Weekly Chronicle. have been called into existence by the universal demand .f the public for a new Daily and a new Weekly Journal, in harmony with the Spirit of the Age, of independent tone, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment. unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the .pinions 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 diverse they are not .pposed, to recencile free discussion with good feeling, to çive to every citizen a medium through which he may utter his opinions, and to uphold, none the less, the policy which the Editor hhusulf conscientiously adopts, will be the undeviating aim ol' the Kew Papers." Politician's will find in the Kew Papers a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the leadi...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N. W.; 4 p.m., W., strong breeze. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 3 a.m 3.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

CHIPPING NEWS. TVrND i>" int Gulf Yesterday. 8 a.m.. N.AY. ; -1 p.m., "W., strong breeze. Htcii Water on the Bau this Dat. 3 a.m I 3-30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Fr'ahy. July. 33-Ths barque Melpomene, 37S tons, W. Lawrence, inr.sicr. Put back leaky. P. Levi and Co., intents. Passengers-Mt: and Mrs. Turnrr and child, Messrs; William and Samuel Moss, ami Mr. and Sirs. Mens: and family. -UtWVro (COASTING). Saturday, July '23-Theschooner Sir Isaac Xewton, 120 tons, J. Kaw ton. master, front the Onkaparinga. Careo-560 bags wheat White. Same day-'Hie sicamor Melbourne, 75 lons. King, master,'' from the Goolwa. Passenger-Captain Francis Cadell in the cabin. Cargo-5 is bugs lead ore, 30 bags barley, 150 do. bran, 40 do. flour, Squarey and Co. ; 50 mullaway fish, Order. ' '.' iranio day-Xht: cutter Kangaroo, 30 toni?, Franks, master, ? from Ynnk'nhila. Ko passengers. Cargo-53 bags containing .?25-c.iiartcrs wheat, 215 bugs flour, 3J tons bran, üb sheepskins". -12 hides. Order. . . ~ - ?* CLEARED. ~ ...

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VICTORIA. THE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

VICTORIA. THE GOLD FIELDS. The Mount Alexander 3£a!l gives a useful digest of a very interesting return just issued from tlio Govern- ment Printing-office, in pursuance of an order of the Legislative Assembly. The return is the sequel of a Government paper on gold-fiilds' statistics that lias been already furnished, and conveys an amount of in- formation relatinri to the great staple ot" the colony ol' an important and useful nature. The first schedule is a return of the amount of gold deposited in each year at the Governmeut rceeiving-ofiicss on the gold-fields since their fii"=*l establishment. From it ive lind, ex- cluding fractional part *, that the qunnlilv so deposited in 1852 was 85,479 oz ; in 1833, 262,1 lo oz ; in 185-1, 32ß,6S7 oz ; in 1835, 512,027 oz ; in 1S56, 37 4,769 oz ; and in 1857, 182,G27 oz. A foot-note stales that i! must be borne in mind that parcels of gold may Le taken out and re-deposited. The total quantity cf such deposit* amounts to 1,714,005 oz. We next...

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

WiLTXVGv T'NaTirCTi -"We undent mci that a lytu-cni cumuctioii iiit'i tha Institute v,ill be dthvered bv ?".Ii I" 1* Hill .it the Hu-.li HoM, tVilIifisra. O'i Monday no\f, tu' that Mr Hill mil li-»assist ii on tint occasion by Miss I'ettmt'i tnd othei p.o'u--tonal celebrities 'Jt (ii Olive's Cuciteii, GaWli;r. - "We arc in fiii.ncil tb >t cmhict ?io > for bulldut» this church ii just coii.nl'fe(l Tue chtuth is liom a d>si.fii of K A rianiiltou ÏZ^ri. iii the ttih C'lprlish «ti¡e, imIIi nai e, toi\ e-, i'id jim tit ot .-tope, mili -i concrete lound itiou Under the diurlio i of thi.il p'ilc .iic'ntttt the ( ommittee inteiul to carry o't de \.o Is thuiiiir'aout in s Hi a ¡na met an th't the chuitii sil ill be thoiou^h'., « ibstauli il, as nell is an ornament to the ni lgh'iamhood " n\ns<>ditu<o ii ill shortly l>e pubhshel; \iho,i it .s hoped that not onh mOm'tr lown, but in Ade- ln li tad rlsjuheie, ?um«^!»'* in iv b3 aTo.d'J b> the le n-'Ki'H pu...

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

COPilíESPONDliNCE. 1 ni Oí i r or i ii\ -AY t -li, 11 do out utmost to Inrt i oom loi the uistiti ,n (t luton uni \ o hope ou coiiespoiidemN ' uni continue to write \s b «\e\ci ni space i limited j i (I otu ul\ufi>ii<r countt in i« > iJinf of niTu si i,jf ' rithu thin di nmiihi ¡pr wee in it tir id to urie tin. Open ( 'umi» m Opti Ja Winn t ltitfi t Ithilien} . in mt jus m ni t tilt ii itc s i ni m f be oil ul(d if i\t t^n i de s-th tu i ) \( i s m th s j n' of oui pine- is other HI Lill 1 1 Ul-t Ol 1 iu.s*itl bl CM Wild I'tC^tt ICI Vmi Iii i li Hit i ¡itu i -imiiipf th - »i 'iioitue, n c1 i ditiyirti» «litthim wishd t > W mion i du' i* is o loth-» i -iii-« -i dli ii -( r me ¡dine ttl"IÎ!rsti i <" i i il uh t I the s lan of c-i h mm k^-il Commi - mu i (I i bttiie i i, l'mti ir ( i<nblc ho« inrni cltik-> tliti" i-e in the i-f ii e-hniuit i ni li w min) I tt isa iieeV thti mt to tilt 1 ipt s in suppoit of ti e Beil BiOjiutj vtt V, i IlClOUs...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, July 22.] APPOITMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, July 22.]     APPOITMENTS. George Frederick Dashwood, Esq., to be Emigration Agent in Great Britain for the Colony of ¡south Australia, rice Moor- house, who resigns. Bloomfield Douglas, Esq., to be Collector of Customs, vice Dashwood, transferred, from the '22nd i list, inclusive. Carl Gustav Schedlieh, to be agent for registering births and deaths at Macclesfield, in the District of Strathalbyn, vice i!. W. Andrews, «signed. TRANSFERS. Chief Secretary's Omeo.-Mr. 10. T. Wildman (Clerk of the first class), transferred from the Survey Otiicc, "Waste Lands Brunch, to bo Chief Clerk, ¿.-¡'re Carter, promoted, from the Sth ¡nat., inclusive; Mr. T. A. G. Wilson (Clerk of the fifth class), promoted to fourth class, and to be Second Clerk, vice O'Hal lonui, transferred, from the sth hist., inclusive ; Mr. Cliarlos McDermott, to be Clerk of the fifth class, vice Wilson, pro- moted, from the 12th inst., ...

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