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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858
5íe*w Advertisements. On FRIDAY, August 14. IN THE COURT OF INSOLVENCY. IN THE MATTER OF E. G. SYMONDS, AN .INSOLVENT. VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS AT THE NORTH ARM. TO bo soU by Auction bv Messrs. WICKSTEAD, BOITING-, TOWNSEND, & CO.. at their Mart, King Wiiliain-itreot, on Friday, August 14, at 12 o'clock All those Two several ALLOTMENTS of LAND in the Township of NEWHAVEN (NORTH ARM), being Al- lotment-! 413 and 411 of Section H, as originally laid out by the Government. Plans and conditions of sale may be seen on application to J. E. Moulden, Esq., Solicitor, King William-street. stfx TJ K E M TJ It P II Y, AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. dxq "ANTED, SPLIT I'12KS lind FENCi-.RS, to PENCE about one mile of twc-rail Gum Fencing, within fiVc miles of Adslaids. A q;oort choice of tro s . n the gi'ouul. Applv at Cottroll's Coach Manufactory, KumUc-s:reet. * dx&lt;* New Advertisements, THE EXPLORERS FROM MOE*'TON BAY INTENDED PUBLIC WELCOME to MR. GREGORY and PARTY, by a DEJEUNER at W...
POLICE COURT. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JULY 23. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., S. Tomkinson, J.P., Hamilton, J.P.,A. Forster, J.P., and Dr. Gosse. J. P.,] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858
POLICE COURT. Adelaide : Friday, July 23. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., S. Tomkinson, J. P., Hamilton, J.P., A. Foster, J.P., and Dr. Gosse J.P..] &nbsp; DRUNKENNESS.-James Smith was charged with being &nbsp; drunk and incapable of taking care of himself. He was &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; fined 5s. Thomas Ward, alias Bridle, was charged with &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; being drunk and assaulting the police. He pleaded &nbsp; guilty and was fined 5s. and 2s. the amount of damage to &nbsp; the policeman's overcoat. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ATTEMPTED HIGHWAY ROBBERY.-George Anderson, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Ferguson, and James Ryley were charged with a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; felonious assault and attempted robbery u...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858
_Auctions._ THIS DAY (Satui-slay), July 24. LARGE MISCELLANEOUS SALE. "Y7" SOLOMON "1 CO. will sell, at the City Auction I Sha Mort, This Day (Saturday), July 24, at 11 j t'cîcci. A Laige Quantity of SUNDRIES, consisting of Drapery I Saddlery Ironmonger; Hardware Oilmen's Stores. &c, &c. Without reserve. On MONDAY, July 26. EN ATLANTIC. ON ACCOUNT AND RL>K OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. £4 CASES WOTHEESI'OON'S CONFECTIONARY. TO GROCER."5, CONI-ECTIONEES, AND OTHERS. "jp SOLOMON & CO. are instructed to sell, at the JSS/e City Avaion Mars, m Monday. July 2(3. at li o'clccb 21 Cases, as under C in diamond, LA under 1. 1 Case,-6 tins, 13 lbs. each, SCOTCH MIXTURES v 2 de. 12 do. Large T Peppermint j Lczenscá i 2 do. 12 do. Small do. 1 di. 32 do. 1 hin Ecse do. 1 do. 15 d,-. Scotch Carraways 1 do. 11 do. Crisped Almonds 1 do. 11 do. Conversation Lozenges 1 de. 12 do. lY.ney Cut do. 1 do. 12 do. R'yal do. 2-e. á Cases, each sane assoitment e-9. & do. do. do. 10...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 24 July 1858
The public have been startled by an act wich it would scarcely have been believed could be com- mitted in the eily of Adelaide. In the clear moonlight, at an early hour of the evening, whilst passengers were traversing the streets in all direction««, ti peau3able citizen is knocked by a blow from a murderous weapon, half-strangled by brute violence, threatened w ilh violent death, his pockets rilled, and all this in one of the lead- ing thoroughfares of the city ! Such an attack is scarcely reconcileable with Ihe general quiet of the city of Adelaide : ii carries one back to the days when highwaymen roamed at pleasure over Bagshot Heath and Finchley Common ; or, to take our illustrations nearer home, it revives the recollection of Ihe most disorganised of the Vic- torian digging districts at the crisis of the gold fever. Who could have bcliei ed that before 8 o'clock in the evening, within a short dis- tance of the York Hotel, a citizen would be lying on hi-*, back, felled by one de...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
TEMPERANCE HALL, NORTH ADELAIDE.- A soirée will be held at the Temperance Hall, Tyntt^ street, !Sorth Adelaide, this evening, under the patronage of several members of the Legislature and others. Musical performances will be introduced, and various entertainments of an intellectual kind, which are expected to attract a numerous audience. COACH versus "RAIL.-We understand that Rounsevell, the coach proprietor, is making arrange- ments to run a daily conveyance to Gawler Town, at a lower rate than the first-class carriages on the rail- way, and that he will guarantee complete regularity as to lime. This spirited proprietor has already a vehicle ou the South-road, which has earned a reputation for convenience, speed, and regularity, and no doubt Mr. Rounsevcll's plans will scciu-e for the new affair the same fame in those respects. Whether a daily coach will pay when in competition avith the railway is Mr. Rounsevcll's business. We have no doubt, however, that* it will be appreciated a...
REPRESENTATION. TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
REPRESENTATION. TO THE ELECTORS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Gentlemen-The time has more than arrived for yon seriously to consider the. classes of persons you should . send into your House of Assembly. Attempts have * been made, and will be made yet again, to get indivi- duals returned for one and another of the districts who hold office or receive pay under the Government. A little consideration will convince you that if tins were allowed, an independent Legislative Assembly would be an impossibility. Besides this class ofi nciividuals, there is another avhose peculiar eauing, habits, and position demand that you should consider whether they are likely to do you service or mischief. Rumour says that two gentlemen of the legal pro- fession intmd to seek the suffrages of the people to re- present them in the House of Assembly. Already .there are four or five of that profession in the House. Add these two and you avili have such a number as for weal or for woe will exert an overwhelming power...
DISTRICT CLERKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
DISTRICT CLERKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-May I encpiire, through your columns, when the poor District Clerks are likely to be paid for their services under the "Electoral Act," performed ia March. Many of them no doubt have, like the writer of this, been put to considerable outlay for horschire, travelling expenses, &c., and, I dare say, very few can well afford the delay. The 7th clause of the Act, which compels the District Clerks to perform the services therein specified, is, in my humble judg- ment, exceedingly arbitrary, as District Clerks are not Government servants : hut the practical execution o it is avorsc than the arbitrary system on which it i» founded, if the payment for these by no means plea- sant services avhieh the law compels us to perform, without our consent, and, in many instances, against our inclination, is watliheld for such a lons time. I am, Sir, kc., A DISTRICT CLERK.
DRILLING IN SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
DRILLING IN SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF ME ADVERTISER. Sir-In reference to schools in this colony receiving military drilling, perhaps it avili gratify your corres- pondent " Recruit" to learn that, at least in one school near Adelaide, infantry drilling has been taught for the last two years, and the result has well repaid the attention bestowed upon it ; and should a foo appear amongst us, I have no doubt these juvenil» volunteers avili be fully prepared to present a firm front. I am, Sir, &c., QUICK MARCH. Kensington, July 22, 185S.
IMPOUNDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
IMPOUNDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISBB. Sir-Would you inform me whose duty it is to im«, pound horses and goats, that are continually straying about the corner of North and West terrace to the great annoyance of that locality. After all patience being exhausted I directed tfie attention of a policeman to two horses which appeared to be in search of an owner, when the gentleman of the baton politely told me he could not interfere unless they were harnessed. I wish for the sake of public- comfort that thev or their owners avere harnessed. I am, Sir, &c, A VICTIM.
OUR STREETS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
OUR STREETS. TO THE EDITOR OT TIITS ADVERTISER. Sir-Will you allow me a small portion of your open column to invite the City Surveyor to walk home with me to dinner, from the Post Office along the west side of Victoria-square, and the southern portion of King William-street to South-terrace, thence along the terrace to the neighbourhood of St. John's Church. I promise him a cold shoulder of mutton, but he will find something else at dinner, namely, he will be, like myself, A MUD LARK. July 24, 1858.
LABOUR MARKET[?] [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
LABOUR MARKET, [From Hunt's Libour Office.] Pir Annum with Board and J od"ing Doi itstic and Dam 'en mt i muk Hous-kecpers £ J to £30 Gotd Cooks t2oto £!û lions« mud* £20 to £-.> I umdrcss s £_lto t t> Ivi ciitnm d« £ n to t't I pp ~\uis s £ao to t.o "N u-n» £10 to £ 0 Nui- Gil s £-to iii (r ner-l Sr» urN £-0 to £°h D i r, m lids £-(i to £2" 15 n ii ud>. £ ni to Í 2 \\ lillie s £ Oto ¿'O Domotu, m 11 inn "sirvant« M il» M i-ned f o ip'&lt; -. £52 to ten 1*1 m 1 nui i^uuli) £*o to GuiualLabourcri, £40to£i2 G u lener» ti2 to £ro Bulloc1«. Dmirs foi Tri ins Mai, £10 to £32 Ditto Bo)i tillo £">.> Bulloc » lliui ii r Road--, Mt i £ 2 to £60 Ditto B >> s £-j t ) £30 Bo\s to tail Cattle, £10 to £15 Pci week, \ I'll the usual Kation« S'í-'pV'-ds (iccort'mg to dis- tance iii to 1 o Hutkwpe s ditto 10s to 1 '« Bus i ( urp-itcr-» 2a-, t j Jl«s fYii-c s 2 s to 30s COOM« »Ox t > 2ns G loo n~ 20-1 to 2)8 ') ti is 1 H to -Os Pa A\ (.ck wuh Bom! and Lad, ii-»-11 ador...
THE EMIGRATION QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
THE EMIGRATION QUESTION. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-The Committee of the Chamber of Commerc* is the lather of the memorial alluded to by your cor» respondent in your issue of to-day, and so far from its Members being ashamed of owing it, the document was sen! to you for the purpose of being published with the advertisement calling a meeting of &lt;tho Chamber for the 2nd August. As ©ne swallow docs not make * summer, so a few labourers waiting for liire about the streets do not denote an over supply of labour ; everyone of them could every day obtaingood employment in the interior if they are worth their salt, and it may safely be assertsdthatmanyoftheniinsy ownnn80-acrc section land and avant hands themselves before the increased immigration now sought for can affect them. Your correspondent take? a strange avny of promoting their interests. He also labours under the monstrous hati cination that to pay .shipowners for bringing out immi- grants is sending money out...
RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
KATES OF EXCHANGE. The following arc the rates of exchange at preiant ndopted by the local Banks of this colony : Tiie SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING COMPANT, the BANK or AUSTRALASIA, and the UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, Adelaide I^sue drafts on London at sixty days' sight at 1 per cent. premium. Buy bills on London at sixty dayB' sight at 1 per cent. discount. Issue drafts on 'i /"Sydney 0. "?. j Bathurst ;? &lt; Goulbourn ?J. I Maitland ¡¡5 I Moreton Bay ¿ fMelbourne .¿ ¡ Geelong S &lt; Portland .8 Port Fairy > ^Belfast ¿ "% S Hobart Town ¡> jj; í Launceston fr 5 ( Auckland o| .MYcllington £ 3 I Lyttelton Buy Bills on ' £ /"Sydney "a | Bathurst I At thro» days' iixht, at 1 per ' cent, prtsnhua. ;s &lt; Goulbourn a; 1 Maitland $r ^Moreton Bay . ^Melbourne .§ Geelong o -I Portland S Port Fairy > i. Belfast Pi Í Hobart Town ?; 3 1 Launceston J% (Auckland Si: ?'Wellington fe S | Lyttelton July 22, 1858. )M flfuen day«' sftrht, at i per cent. diïCP'Ult. . At fift...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
LATEST DATES. Auckland. batavia. Bombar. Capo oi Good Hope. Calcutta .'. Ceylon. ENGLAND . Hobart Town. Hongkong. Launceston. Madras. Mauritius. Melbourne. Nelson. New York. Panama. Perth, Western Australia Portland. Rio de Janeiro. San Francisco. Singapore. Sydney. '\ alpuraiso. Wellington. By wa}- of. Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne England Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne Melbourne June 22 April 30 April 38 May 17 Mav 4 May 16 April 24 July 12 April 23 July 5 May 8 Mav 10 July 1« June 19 April 10 March IS June 11 Julv 7 March 2« April 14 April 29 July io Siarch li June 23
ANGASTON. [From our Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
ANGASTON. [From our Correspondent.] In accordance with public notice previously given, the annual meeting of the members of the Angaston Institute was held at the Angaston Hotel, on Wed- nesday last ; Dr. Dickinson in the chair. The Trea- surer, Mr. Clark, reported that during the past year subscriptions to the amount of £60 liad been received, exclusive of the sum of £25 from the Government as grant in aid. Several very interesting and instructive lectures had been given by John H. Clark, Esq., Rev. M. Mudie, and other popular lecturers. A reading room, situate in the centre of the township, had been opened and kept regularly supplied with English and colonial newspapers and periodicals. The library had been increased by the purchase of a considerable number of late publications, and a case of books, selected in England by the Rev. Mr. Poore, was pre- sented to the Institute by Mr. G. If. Angas. The Committee had resolved upon immediately ordering from England a further supply of s...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
SHIP MAILS. The following is the official list ol' mails to be dispatched on the dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, July 26, 1858. Mails will be dispatched as under : For Great Britain, per contract packet, to Suez and over- land, via Melbourne, on Wednesday, August 11. For New South Wales, via Melbourne For Victoria, por Atrevida, to Melbourne, thin dav, Monday, July 28, at 2 o'clock ; and by the Lochinvar, to Gee- long, this day, Monday, July 2«, at 10. For Tasmania, via Alelbounie. For New Zealand, via Melbourne. For Western Australia, per contract pucket, to King George's Sound, on Wednesday, August 11. For Mauritius, per contract packet, via Ceylon, on Wednes- day, August 11. For Cape of Good Hope, per contract packet, via Ceylon, on Wednesday, August 11. For East" Indies and China, per contract packet, to Point de Galle, via Melbourne, on Wednesday, August 11. For Kobe, per Ant (steamer), to Guichen Bay, on Tuesday, July 27, at 10. ENC.LISH MAIL NEXT TO ARRI...
PORT CORPORATION. THURSDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
PORT CORPORATION. THURSDAY, JULY 22. JtVescnt-His Worship tlic Maa or, Aldermen John Smith and David Bower, and Councillors I". .Rey- nolds, J. Grosse, W. Smith, E. Burfield, D. Wald.* His WORSHIP, in reply to a remark by Councillor BURFIELD as to the late hour of meeting (-1 o'clock) stated that Alderman Bower had been requested to in- form the members of the Corporation of the alteration, which avas only for the present, to enable his Worship to attend. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, and the weekh schedule approved, the first question that came under the notice of the Board was that of the assessment rate. His WORSHIP said the Corporation were at the present time nearly £370 in debt ; he would like to hear that the opinions of the Aldermen and Coun- cillors as to the rate to be adopted. Alderman BOWER proposed that tho old rate of Is. in the pound be continued, which was seconded by Councillor WALD. Councillor BUESIELD thought that double the rate ...
WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858
WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Flour. £1- to ¿EIS los.; wheat, 7s. Gd. ; bran. is. 7d. to . 8d. ; pollard, 2s. ; English barley, Gs. 6d. -, Cape barley, 5s. ; oats, 5s. to Cs. BARRY & BAYLY, n, Cume-street. July 22, 183S. Wheat, 7s. 4d. : flour, choice brands, .£19 (bagB included) ; other brands, .£18; bran. Is. 8d. MONTEITH & MUIRHEAD. 22, July 185S.