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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

EEVIVIJSTG CotTKAUu ! -We are glad to find ' tbnt our contemporary has abandoned his rash and unwise decision to take no further notice of us. On Saturday, the crest-fallen warrior re- ¡ turned to the charge, once more draw ing " steel" i on his '. fuuman." Jt was not, however, the same I weapon ar. first wielded. The first was a very I diminutive nib, the last was a veritable magnum- ' bonum. '. medium point." We arc happy to find that " lîichard's himself again." Perhaps, how- ever, it n.nay be as well to suggest that when he feels uncomfortable, he should lay down his nib, orh's magm na-as the ca&e maybe-for angry warriors give great advantage to their opponents, as our contemporary showed on Saturday. Be- sides aïhich, it is inconvenient for us to have to flog him every day-an operation we shall, not- withstanding, be compelled to perform, if lie avili persist in handling his .. steel" when suffering from dyspepsia, or other bodily ailment.

Publication Title: South Australian Advertiser, The
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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

SALES Or CROWN LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown "L'imls wüí be ofieml for sale bv public miction at the Land Office, Adelaide-, on Thursday, the 12th day of Augnst, 1853, at ii o'clock. Deposit, 20 percent. COUSTIIV SECTIONS. County Adelaide -About one mile west of Stanford and See. 3120 Burîey's Hundred of Kuitpo. Acres. Sec. 17 ano 53 3150 8 3151 B4 3173 Acres. us County Light-On Spring Hill Creek, west of Mount Rufus. Hundred of Julia Creek. C7 122 I G9 7S C3 121 I County Burra-East and west, of Burra Creek, south of and adiuinhur the Burra Spécial Survey, on the south boundary of'the liuudrcd. Hundred of Kooringa. S8 022 *7 202 83 3!) SO 151 9(1 191! 91 202 02 200 03 96 94 162 95 41 97 136 98 3.12 99 31 100 9G 101 75. 102 206 103 172 Xotice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 5th day of August, 1SDS, at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. SVECIAT. Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

WE this day publish, under the title of "The Jurist," a variety of useful matter, interesting both to the legal profession and to the community at large. That there exists groat necessity for some permanent digest of law proceedings, and of the rules and decisions of the Courts, no onw can doubt, and the present is an attempt to supply the deficiency. What a Parliamentary "Hansard" is in polities, th it, substantially, the Jurist will be in law; and as .th? general public are interested in possessing a record of the proceedings of their representatives in the Legislature, so are they ia possessing a corres- ponding record of the rules and decrees of Courts of J.istice. '' The Jurist" will, to a considerable extent, obviate the necessity of giving tedious reports of technical points raised in Court ; the essence and substance of all important cases being furnished by writers of the first eminence, who are capable of abridging without destroying the sense, and whose names being affixe...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. H HOLBROOK - A> e ha\ c been prcith amusi d bj your hue's but wet-ai th") w ould e tuse much annoy met, and ne comphsh no public ohjut \ \\ FM, «iMiiu.-To publish Aoui letter vould «ubuct us to <iciiniin.il prosecution, unies* vie coull establish the points j ou all"ge It > ou will gi\c us joui niime vte will communicate vi ith aou MOULS -Wercfei lum to oui Clo Ile must hue lost lus speetaehs 101 x.iiupli., he esk-. " W hen. is the l'ohee nporto! the highw-n marauda s ?. WV answer 'In oui impression of "satuidn, pige >, columns ï and J- mo« thin a column of it I«ook. m the samt papi r foi the "Uclpomcm Wake up, Momus /

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

THE NORTHERN EXPLORATION.-We under- stand that six of Mr. Gregory's best pack-horses will be immediately sent to Mr. Gregory's brother, who, with two other men of the over- land expedition, will immediately proceed to re- inforce Mr. Babbage. Although we are rather discouraged at the idea of expending more money northward, yet if Mr. Babbagc's mission is to be thoroughly fulfilled, the course now determined upon by theGovernment is the only one likely   to realize it. We presume that when Mr. Bab- bage hears the result of Mr. Gregory's travels. the last lingering desire to go to the Gulf of Carpentaria will vanish from the mind of the   former gentleman, if indeed it has not already I evaporated. But the exploration of our own territory is another affair, and it may save us much money hereafter if. by the help of Mr. Gregory, we are now enabled to ascertain cor- rectly what is the nature of the yet unvisited country situated within or adjacent to our own de...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

MR. GREGORY.-Tt will be seen from our re- port, elsewhere given, that it is resolved to give a public luncheon to Mr. Gregory on Saturday week next (if convenient to thal gentleman), at two o'clock. The question of charge for admis- sion was discussed at some length by the Com- mittee, and it was eventually determined to fix the price at one guinea, wine and all other ex- penses included. We fear that the price is loo high, and that it avili exclude many who would like to be at the entertainment. The majority of the Committee were, however, in favour of that price, and as further agitation is useless, we trust that every effort will be made to render the affair successful.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

PUBLIC SO IICTJS TOCOUVTRI Vmn TISER-V.d\eríisments i it ended fu insertion in the c »ii ti 1/ ult'ion oi th Cfn mci must b" it our office bj 2 o clocl in the U'crnoon of llmrsdij PORT ADFI uni ->\e have opened mOfhee if Port Vde laule, udj iccut to Mr Bo\ ketts DIN ett street, whue commit incitions md dve-tis ments mav belelt Web jr tomioim mu Port leaders lb it we bau engaged 1 ni mer to deiner th papers e\en mon mg minindi itelv on aui\<d and shiu'd 1 g1 id, in the eieut of uuv nn,"ulaiit\ occuinu to be mfoimed ofthe sa ne loom benscuiRFits IND KI votus-Hi s>/f/f I i& tratan 4<tiu'i nm.lt li iii ! 11 C1 mi ti ait. pibhshedat an early lum for despatch 1 j tile eountrv m u'x i ul loi dis tributa in by rumiéis m tin town and xiibuiom districts Any onn-xion or n gat wi'i be recln d nu 11 du ely the saméis nude known it the ollice Vgeils re ppointed 111 most ol the prim i]i ii distiictx ol theeiloiv bu* m ne m 10 3uired and ipphci ions are nn lied P...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, JULY 26, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

(IV. \t Ihnlim. ADELAIDE : MONDAS", JULY 2G, 1838. WE have all been admonished in our time not to reckon our chickens before they are hatched ; but it would be a very satisfactory slate of things if we could safely reckon them after they have been hatched. We are, however, very remote from such a state of felicity. " Man never is, but always to be blessed;" good times are pro- mised in abundance, but whenever we ask for the fruits of them we are requested to '. wait a little longer." If ever illustrations of this were afforded in connection with any particular public work, the magnetic telegraph between Adelaide and Melbourne affords it. An official document before us names the month of March, 1838, a* that in which the com- munication between the two capitals of South Australia and Victoria would be completed. For a while everything proceeded auspiciously. Posts were raised, wires were suspended, instru- ments were purchased, clerks/were engaged, and, under the energetic superinten...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE: POSTBETÜUNS. Agents in the suburban and country districts returning unsold papers through the post, are requested to pay particular ai ten ti on to the mode of their transmission, a? other« ixe the pai-cels will be charged for at the Post-Office .according to the letter rares. Unsold papers should be enclosed in a wrapper, open at the ends, and addressed to the sender, at tb.e Advertiser OiHce, Adelaide. This enables us to know from avhora they come, and it is within the scope of the Post Office regulations. Tims, 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, it should be inscribed with the words-"newspaper only, without letter." Xo other writing must be on or in \}\Q parcel.

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A LAEGER SHIP m AX THE " LEVIATHAX." Already a bigger ship than the Leviathan has been projected in England-a ship to avhich the monster avili, herself, appear as a minnow. And this monster is of special importance to the citizens of New York, for although it is proposed to make her 8,000 tons larger than the Leviathan, she is to sail faster and draw less water. An engineer of Liverpool, named Clare, has come forward a\ith propositions for build- ing an iron screw and paddle steamship, by avay of testing a principle, greatly the superior ol' the Le\ia than. His experiment is to be tried on a seale of startling magnitude, and he has already exhibited his models, avhich are attracting the attention of scientific men in England. He proposes to build a ship 1,000 feet in length, 70 feet beams, and only 30 feet from deck to keel, making her perfectly flat-bottomed, and her sides nearly square. In size she would be 30,000 tons, and yet so fight avould be her draugh...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

IMPOUNDING- NOTICES. Impounded at the Public Pound, section 7029, Hundred o Talunga- One chestnut horse, branded like VR conjoined or w off shoulder, stm in forehead, w mtc streak on i o«e, «hod fore feet, one biy fllW, whits st-r in forehead, white near lund foot, branded on off shoulder somethmg hkc W, one whne nobby steer, a>ith icd about the nock, branded Ml cff lump, nnpi irs to baie like nimbera on oil ribs, oueio.u r£1' "V" 0li rumP both en« marked, one bindle cow, IK« > or, ,F oir ,un,i*» on" fed eow, hfllc white 0,1 rumo and under 1 elly, hkc CF or GI off rump, o le red < ou, a, inte 1 ie-\ a. lute on rump pud un 1er b lh, htc C1 01 Gr oil nu rp tis o edie,, withtms innose, both cais mirkel hkcGFd Gi oil tump one w hite .md red spotted cow both ans .11 «1W, hs.c wiitin^ M ofi shoulder like (Por&f oh rumu \ ali stra , bara cilf ut side, no brand \I>IWP ont whu« mdir-d cov, near t-u mai ¡.ed, brmded on both mrani wit 11 hke writing M offshouldei , ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY[?] [?] a.m., W.; 4 p.m., N. W.; weather hazy with rain[?] HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 5 a.m 5.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. ARRIVAL (COASTING.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W. ; 4p.m., N. W. ; weather hazy with rain.   HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 5 a.m 5.30 p.m.   ARRIVALS   Nil. ARRIVAL. (COASTING.) Sunday, July 25-The screw-steamer Marion, Ward, master,   from Ports Lincoln and Augusta, Passengers-Messrs. Morris,   Phillips, Bryant, Small, and Miss Hawson in the cabin; and   13 in the steerage. Cargo-3. hhds. tallow, so sheepskins, 40   pieces iron piping. Order.   CLE ABETS. ! Saturday, Julv 21-The barque Dunedin, 208 tons. Walker. master, for Melbourne. No passenger;;. Same day-The barque Whampanoug, d25 tons, G. Colson, master, for Melbourne. No passengers. CI/K.VUED (COASTING). Saturday, .Tnlv 24.-The i>addle-steamer Melbourne, 75 tons, Hing, master, for the Goolwa. Cargo--i crate, Goode and Allen ; 1 drina oil, 1 box, 1 bundle broom-handles, 1 do. spades and axes. Martin and Such; 1 chest, S. 3loreo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

THE NEW PAPERS.-The South Avstralian Adver- tiser, and the South Australian 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 sentiinent, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the epinions 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 ? 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 loss, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopts, will be the undeviating aim of the New Papers. POLITICIANS will find in the New Papers a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the leadi...

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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

WEEKLY MAEKE C REPORT. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22, 1858. The market for colonial produce generally has been dull through out the last ten days. In Hour best country brands have been offered at £17, and town at £18, during the last three days ; but transactions have been very limited. AVkeat has fluctuated a good deal, but after being down to 7s. 3s. at the mills in town, it has been again more in demand for export, and parcels have changed hands at 7s. 9d. and 8s., dclivercjl at the Port. Bran lins been sold at Is. 8d. In grain foi" hovso-ieed ave quote no transactions. The vessels loading at the Melbourne berth las-t week are still here, and some clijliculty is experienced in inducing shippers lo send flour forward even at low rales of freight. There is still the same inactivity in general business ; and the only quotations since last Saturday at auction were a3 follows, viz. : by Messrs. Wickstced & Co., to day, 150 tons English house coala, at ¿C2 12s. (3d. per t...

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WELCOME TO MR. GREGORY THE EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

WELCOME TO MR. GREGORY THE EXPLORER. On Saturday a meeling was held at the office of the Commissioner of Crown Lands, for the purpose of deciding upon the necessary arrangements for the public welcome which it is intended to give to Mr. Gregory. There were about fifty gentlemen present,   amongst whom we noticed the Honourable the Com- missioner of Public Works, the Honourable the Speaker of Legislative Assembly, Mr. Maturin, Mr. Forster, M.L.C., Mr. Barrow, M.P., Mr. Townsend, MP., Mr. Peake, M.P., Mr. Hay, M.P., Mr. Burford, M.P., Mr. Bagot, MP., Mr. Strangways, M.P., Mr. Tomkinson, J.P.; Messrs. Oldham, Young, Gilbert,   Mann, Woodford, Hughes, &c. The COMMISSIONER of CROWN LANDS, who occupied the chair, wished before commencing the business of the day to make a remark relative to the advertise- ments' which had appeared in reference to the object in view, in which it was stated that the Commissioner of Crown Lands was Chairman. He could assure t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

Auctions._ - A BSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION J\. al the EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. GREEN, PARK, & LUXMOORE. To-morrow (Tuesday), July 27, at 11 o'clock Ô bales Tarpaulins IOS pieces Uleaclied Canvas 32.'» de. Unbleached do. . .. ^ To-morrow (Tuesday1). July 27, at same time 2 bales Bag Cap Paper AX» 3 bale Double-small Cap Paper. To-morrow ^Tuesday). July 27, at same lime 11 bales Woolpacks. To-morrow (Tuesday), July 27, at same time 10 eases Geneva 3 2 casks Ale AXD 4 casks Porter. To-morrow (Tuesday), July 27, al same hour 0 ions Sydney Soap. To-morrow (Tuesday), July 27, at same horn* (> pockets Hops 33 boxes 1 CTin Plates 10 do. 1 X do. On Wednesday. July 28, at 11 o'clock ß iremks Seasonable Boots, and for positive sale. ALSO, »> trunk« Boots, scasonnble. ALSO, Men and Women's Carpet Slippers Girl's Leatlicr B>ots ASP Women'» strong Clolh Boots. On Friday, July 30, at 12 o'clock On the premises, Brougham-Place, North Ade- laide, Household Furniture and Effects of C. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

THE " AovEKTisru" .íyo " CHRONICLE."-On Saturday evening last an inaugural dinner was given at Aldridge & Bayston's to the various gentlemen employed in the offices of the above-named journals. Between 40 and 50 avere present. The Editor (Mr. Barrow) occupied the chair, and gave a brief sketch of the origination of the newspapers, of their present position and prospects, and ol' the arrangements now being made for extending their sphere of action. The various gentlemen present addressed themselves to sentiments appropriate to the occasion, the unanimous declaration of the whole staff being that no exertion should be spared lo improve the papers in every respeet, until the great desideratum-perfection-was attained. About half-past 10 o'clock the list of toasts being exhausted, the Chairman quitted the room, and the company shortly after dispersed. SUBUUBAX APPROACHES.-The heavy rainfalls that have visited us the last few days have rendered an examination of Hie chain of bridg...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, JULY 24. (Before Messrs. S. Beddome, S.M., and Hamilton, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, JULY 24. (Before Messrs. S. Beddome, S.M., and Hamilton, J.P.) Charles Swainson was charged, upon the information of     James Starr, with the desertion of his male child, Frede- rick, aged three years. The defendant pleaded guilty. James Starr, carpenter, residing in Gilles-street, deposed as follows-The child is my nephew ; it had been nursed for the last nine or ten weeks back by a Mrs. Tippett; the prisoner had not paid for its support during that period. Had applied to the defendant recently upon the subject last week was the last time I spoke to him about it. He is a storeman ; he says he cannot obtain work. He has no other children. Elizabeth Tippett, wife of Benjamin Tippett, engineer, living in Gilles-street, deposed as fol- lows-I have had the care of the prisoner's child full nine   or ten weeks past. I took it from my next door neigh- bour ; she took it of Swainson. I have seen him since, &nb...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 24. (Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 24. (Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.) In re W. H. THIRKELL.-The insolvent had come up for his final hearing on the previous day, but as it was clear from his examination that the schedule did not dis- close his assets, the return being nil, an adjournment took place for the purpose of affording him an opportunity of amending his schedule. Examinations which had taken place in other cases proved to the Commissioner that the insolvent had been mixed up with fraudulent transactions with parties named Wilson and Robinson, and His Honor remarked that it was impossible, acquainted as he was with the whole circumstances of the case, that he could believe there had been a full disclosure on the part of the insolvent. He concurred with Mr. Thrupp, the Official Assignee, that so far from there having been a disclosure, there had bean a direct want, of disclosure. Both he and the Official Assignee knew this. It was most unwise that the insolvent, when an oppor- t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 26 July 1858

VICTORIA THEATRE.-The splendid extrava" ganza, " Lalla Rookh," was produced at the Victoria Theatre on Saturday evening. This is the last burlesque from the pen of Brough, and it had an unprecedented run on the London boards up to the commencement of the present year. It avas produced in Melbourne by Mr. Coppin, where it was most successful, and from the care and expense bestowed upon it here, it bids fair to become equally popular in Adelaide. The burlesque is well suited to the company and receives full justice at their hands. A analysis of the plot avould be neces- sary to criticise each individual actor, and as the plots of burlesques are always complicated, ave shall content ourselves with recommending playgoers to visit the Theatre and judge for themscla-cs. We are in justice bound to say that the Misses Maria, Carry and Sara Nelson surpass themselves in the respective characters of Lalla Rookh, Feramora and Namoune. No point in their hands is lost ; they sing the music most c...

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