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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

As the laws relating to the impounding of cattle in this colony will, in all probability, re- ceive the early attention of Parliament, it may not be amiss to say a few words generally upon the subject. The laws at present in force relating to the impounding of cattle comprise Ordinance No. 3, dated February 23,1847, and an Act to amend the same, No. 4, assented to December 11, 1S56. The necessity for still further amend- ment is not only admitted by all persons con- versant with the subject, but is loudly called for, and for the best of all reasons, that our present law does not meet the actual requirements of the people,-it does not give full and proper satisfac- tion to the man trespassed against-nor does it give full and sufficient protection against fraud and trickery, to the man whose cattle may com- mit the trespass. As the law noAV stands, it is calculated to embarrass and inconvenience the farmer, whether he be the impounder or the person Avhose cattle is impounded ; and the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE.-We beg to call the special attention of our readers to the forthcoming entertainment in connection with tlie South Australian Institute. The bill of fare needs no recommendation. We haAre but one piece of advice to give our readers, and that is -Dinna forget.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

SHIP MAILS. The following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on the dates undei mentioned - General Post Office, Adelaide, July 27,1853 Mails will be disp itched as under - Foi Great Bntam, per contract packet, to Suez and o\ er land, via Melbourne, on AA cdnesdav, August 11 1 or New South YY'ales per Louisa, to Newcastle, N S AA*, this da), Juesilay, July 27, at 12, pel John Ormerod, to Sydney, on AVcdiiesdTj, Jul) 28, at 12 For New Zealand, pel Louisa, to Newcastle, N S AV, tins day, Tuesdav, July 27, at 12, pei John Oimeiod, to S)dnc), on YY'ednesda), July 28, it 12 For YYestern Australia, pei contract packet, to King George's Sound, on AYrtdnesd i), August li For Mauritius, per contract packet, v ia Ceylon, on AY'edncs day, August li For Cape of Good Hope, per contract packet, v ia Ce) Ion, on AVeduesda), Aturust li For East Indies and China, per contract packet, to Point de Galle, via Melbourne, on AYreduesday, August li For Robe, per Ant (steamer), to Guichen Bay, ...

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TANUNDA. SATURDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

TANUNDA. SATURDAY, JULY 17. Présent-F. Schroeder (Chairman), Messrs. Tiller, Fiedler, I and Hyymer. The minutes of the former meeting were confirmed. LÀ of ratepayers in arrear was ordered to be posted at the door of theTanunda Hotel for general information, and the amounts unpaid on the 31st inst. were ordered to be sued for at the next sitting of the Local Court. A letter of the Secretary to the Association of Chairmen was read, and the resolutions referred to were considered. The first and second were approved, but the Council expressed themselves against the third, and the Chairman was requested to explain to the Association that this Council would suggest that if a general assessment should bo made for the construc tionof main roads, the funds so realized should be expended in the hundred where raised; because this district,having never received a fair proportion of consideration when main roads were defined, though it. formed one of the first settle- ments in the northern dist...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

PUBLIC NOTICES. To COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-Advertismcnts intended for insertion in the country edition of the Chronicle must be at ; our office by 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday. 1 PORT ADELAIDE.-YYe have opened an Office at Port Ade- laide, adjacent to Mr. Boykett's, Divett-street, where commu- nications and advertisements may be left. YVe beg to inform our Port readers that we have engaged a runner to deliver the papers every morning, immediately on arrival ; and should be glad, in the event of any irregularity occuiring, to be informed of the same. To OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND READERS.-The South Aus- tralian Advertiser and the Wecklii Chronicle are published at an early hour for despatch by the country mails, and for dis- tribution, by runners in the town and suburban districts. Any omission or neglect will be rectilicd immediately the same is made known at the office. Agents are appointed in. most of the principal districts of the colony, but more are re- quired, and applications...

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CITY WATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

CITY WATCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-In your issue of Saturday, the 24th instant, there appears a letter signed " A Citizen," and on read- ing it I amlod to say a little on the subject. I think with him that something should be done to make our police more alive to their business. I like to see (as England expects) every man to do his duty. Now, I think it is the duty of the police to protect us and our property from insult and injury; they should always be on the alert, so that when the cry is raised for their assistance they should be on the spot immediately ; but it is not so. When they are wanted they are not to be found, as in the case of Thursday last, and in other instances. The watch on Thursday evening must have been wrapped in the anns of Morpheus, as I heard the cry at some considerable distance. I would recommend all parties in business, who go to their homes late, to divest themselves of their money and any valuables they may have about them, and carry in li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

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

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VICTORIA. MARKS V. TOWNS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

VICTORIA. MARKS V. TOWNS AND OTHERS. The following important case (abridged from the Argus) was tried in the Supreme CÄirt, Melbourne, on the 8th instant, before the Chief Justice and a Special Jury. Its publication has been unfortunately deferred rather long, but as it has not yet appeared in any South Australian newspaper, we think it not too late for publication. For the plaintiff, Mr. Wright and Mr. M'Creight. For the defendants, Mr. Michie, Mr. Fellows, and Mr. Woods. This was an action by Mr. Edward Marks, mer- chant, of Flinders-lane, against the firm of Towns and Co., for not delivering 100 hogsheads of ale, purchased from them at an auction held by Symons and Perry. The ale was a portion of a shipment of 200 hogsheads received by the defendants per the ship Witch of the Wave, and the principal part of it was then lying at the Hobson's Bay Kailway. Mr. MarkH purchased two lots-one of 50 hogsheads, at £3 15s. a hogshead, and a second, also of 50, at £3 10s. What the terms of ...

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WALKERVILLE. THURSDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

WALKERVILLE. THURSDAY, JULY 22. Present-Messrs. George Clarke (Chairman), Cox and Randle. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Clerk reported that Mr. Enoch Fry had been sum- moned to appear before G. C. Hawker, Esq., M.P., and the Chairman of the Council. That Mr. Stow, for the defendant, raised an objection, which was considered fatal, as there was no power in the District Councils Act to enforce payment of fines levied under bye-laws of District Councils. The Chairman was instructed to lay the matter before the District Councils Association. The Inspector of Slaughterhouses attended and paid in 13s. 6d. fines for slaughtering. He was paid 16s salary to date. Resolved, that in consequence of the decision in Fry's case, j this Council, in common with other Councils, has no power no   enforce bye-laws, and therefore for the present cannot enter-   tain the resolution of ratepayers relating to the slaughtering small cattle. Resolved, ...

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THE AGRICULTURIST. AGRICULTURAL CAPABILITIES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

THE AGRICULTURIST. AGRICULTURAL CAPABILITIES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THB following extracts from an article in the Sydney Empire on the " Agricultural Capabilities of Hew South Wales," will be found, we believe, to contain several hints of a nature likely to be useful to the farmers of South Australia. For this reason we reproduce a few extracts in this part of our paper. At all events, the subject is not devoid of interest to the farmers of this colony. " Farming is not only one of the most honourable, useful, and innocent of employments, but having an intimate connexion, in its higher developments, with many of the sciences, it is capable of affording an invi- gorating exercise to the mind. It furnishes indeed a study, in pursuing which the pleasing consciousness of usefulness is combined with an inexhaustible fund of amusement." Hardworking farmers, who' are accustomed to harvesting with the thermometer at 120 °, may smile at the idea of the " amusement," but if they will consent to ...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

ADELAIDE : TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1858. IT is twenty-two years this day since the first Soutlh Australian settler landed on these shores. We refer, of course, to a period anterior to the arrival of the good ship Buffalo, with Governor Hindmarsh and suite ; as that noble specimen of the wooden walls of Old England was not, by several degrees, the pioneer of South Australian civilization. The first ship that landed a settler on the shores of this province was the Duke of York - a vessel chartered by the South Au- stralian Company-and which cast anchor in Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island, on the 27th of July, 1836. The passengers on board this vessel were Mr. Samuel Stephens, first Manager of the Company ; Mr. T. H. Beare, with his sisters and family ; Mr. I). H. Shryvogle, and four immi- grants, named Powell, West, Mitchell, and Neal. We cannot without enquiry state what has become of Mitchell and Neal, but we believe they are either dead or have left the colony. Mr. Stephens's decease is known...

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LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. MOKDAY, JULY 26. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., and Mr. Hamilton, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS. POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. MONDAY, JULY 26. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., and Mr. Hamilton, J.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. - Four drunkards were placed upon their defence for certain irregularities arising out of this baneful habit, and fined respectively 5s. for being drunk, and 10s. where violence or indecency had been committed in addition. BREAKING WINDOWS.-Thomas Tippett, a lad about 12 years of age, was charged, on the information of Sarah Longbottom, with breaking a window and doing certain other damage at a chandler's shop at Parkside. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. Janet Strong, wife of Matthew Strong, cabinetmaker, said she was in Long- bottom's store about noon one clay the week before last. While there a stone came through the window ; it broke a pane of glass, a pickle jar, a bottle of salad oil, anda showglass. She did not see any lollies broken. There were several boys round the window, and she went and ordered them away ; they were making a great ...

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IN RE HENRY WILLIAM THIRKELL, INSOLVENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

IN SS HENÏtY WILLIAM THIRKELL, INSOLVENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVBRTISEE. Sir-In your report of proceedings in my final ex- amination on Friday last, your reporter made one or two errors, which the insertion of the following will rectify : 1st.-The question asked me by the Official Assignee was whether I was ever in Wilson's service. My reply was "yes, unfortunately." In your report it is stated that I was 1Ü8 servant and ceased to be so about July, 1855. 2nd.-Your reporter omitted to mention that I stated in Court that I went to the Official Assignee and gave information respecting property belonging to the estate of the insolvent Wüson, whick was afterwards recovered, and admitted my fault in not having made the disclosure sooner. I also wish to state that 1 can most solemnly affirm it was with no intention of wilfully aiding and abetting the same, having myself been made such a complete victim of his duplicity. I have already written home to London for references and testimonial...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the. Public Pound, Section 7029, Hundred o Talunga-One chesnut horse, branded like VU conjoin«! or n off shoulder, stai in forehead, white streak on nose, shod fore feet ; one bay filly, white star in forehead, white near lund foot, branded on off shoulder something like W ; one white nobby steer, with red about the neck, branded MT off rump, appears to have like numbers on off ribs-, one roan steer, J H off rump both ears marked; one brindle cow, like Cl or Gi off rump, one red cow, little white on rump and under belly, like CF or GF off rump ; one red cow, white face, white on rump and under belly, like CF or GF off rump ; two calves, with tins in nose, both ears marked, like CF or GF off rump ; one white and red spotted cow, both cars marked, like writing M off shoulder, like CF or GF off rump, with straw- berry calf at side, no brand visible: one white and red cow, near ear marked, branded on both rumps with like writin» M off shoulder; one heife...

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

SALES OP CROWN LANDS. Kotice is given that tlie following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 12th day of August, 1858, at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide-About one mile west of Stanford and Hurley's. Hunched of Kuitpo. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acres. 774 17 3449 3420 53 84 3450 82 3151 l18 3173 75 County Light-On Spring Hill Creek, west of Mount Rufus. Hundred of Julia Creek. 67 122 I C9 78 CS 124 I County Burra-East and west of Burra Creek, south of and adjoining the Burra Special Survey, on the south boundary of the Hundred. Hundred ol' Kooringa. 95 so 86 G22 S7 202 88 39 89 151 00 190 91 203 92 200 162 90 41 97 13G 93 132 99 31 100 96 101 75 102 20G 103 172 Notice 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, 1858, at 11 o'clock. Deposit 20 per cent. SPECIAL CO...

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OPENING OF THE TEMPERANCE HALL, NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

OPENING OF THE TEMPERANCE HALL, NORTH ADELAIDE. Last evening a soirée was held at the Temperance Hall, North Adelaide, and notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather about three hundred ladies and gentlemen sat down to ' ' the cup which cheers but not inebriates." The building is not yet completed, but is a credit not only to the locality, but to the colony. It is a substantial stone edifice of great height, and the walls are of sufficient strength to admit of the erection of a gallery ; but without this addition the building, which bears a striking resem- blance to the Temperance Hall in Melbourne, is capable of accommodating comfortably from 500 or 600 persons. The interior of the building last evening was decorated with appropriate flags and paintings. We are informed that the Society in connection with which the building had been erected, was formed in the year 1840. We also feel bound to allude in terms of commendation to a very beautiful water-colour painting, a bouquet, by...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?] a.m., W.; 4 p.m., S.W. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 6 a.m 6.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. ARRIVALS (COASTING). [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN TIIE GULF YESTERDAY. S a.u»., W. ; 4 p.m., S.W. HIGH WATER OH THE BAR THIS DAT. C a.m 1 6-30 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. ARRIVALS (COASTING). Mondav, July 2C-Hie barge fhistle, 38 ton«, Moore, master, fron ^orkc s Peninsula C ugo-Firewood Same daj-I lie schooner Omeo, 40 tons J Lawson, master, irom "i orke » Peninsula. Cargo-Firewood Same dav-Hie cutter Gem, Jenkins, master, from Port Elliot Cargo- > tons bran. Darwent, 2000 bushels wheat, Beebj and Dunstan, 11 bags turnips, Order, 30 sheepskins, Peacock and bou [Per Magnetic Telegraph ] Mondav, .Tilly 2b-flie schooner Daphne, 55 tons A Hay, marta from I'ort Lincoln CLE Y.RED Monday Juh 06-Tliebng Lochinvar, 199 tons, R, Barrett, mnster, for Geelong Äo pa««engeis. FAPOItrS Cm go of the Iodnmar, for" Geelong- 731 bags wheat timk and Son "o boat oars, 49 balts hay, Blackham and AY ilion "V ESSELS IN H VRBOUR. DISCH VRGI>G Atlantic, ship. 783 tons Hjame, mister, from London Amsberg and Co, fown, S Mocatta, Port, ag...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

THE NEW PAPERS.-The Smith Australian Adver tiver, and the South Australian Weekly Chronicle, have been called Into existence by the universal demand ef tho 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 epposed, 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 less, 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 leading quest...

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WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, Thursday evening, July 22,1858. Tlie market for colonial produce generally has been dull throughout the last ten clays. In flour best country brands have been offered at £17, and town at £18, during the last three days ; but transactions have been very limited. "Wheat 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. 9cl. and 8s., delivered at the Port. Bran lias been sold at Is. 8d. In grain for horse-feed we quote no transactions. The vessels loading at the Melbourne berth last week are still here, and some difficulty is experienced in inducing shippers to send flour forward even at low rates of freight. There is still the same inactivity in general business ; and the only quotations since last Saturday at auction were as follows, viz. : hy Messrs. Wicksteed & Co., to day, 150 tons English house coals, at £2 12s. 6d. per ton, de...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 26. [Present—His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Elliott, Glandfielrt, and Wright; Councillors Baldwin, Birrell, Clarke, Cox, Goode, Hilton, Hugall, Osborne, Sabben, Thomas, Williams, and Wyatt.] GUANO. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 27 July 1858

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 2b'. [Present-His Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Elliott, Glandfielrt, and Wright : Councillors Baldwin, Birrell, Clarke, Cox, Goode, Hilton, Hugall, Osborne, Sabben, Thomas, Williams, and Wyatt.] GUANO. The TOWN CLERK announced that the offer made on the resolution of last meeting to sell tin* guano at £2 10s. per ton, had been refused. Mr. GOODK thought the price of £i per ton fixed for small quantities ought no1 to be persisted in. Alderman ELLIOTT said that he thought the price for small quantities was too high. Mr. WYATT expressed himself of the same opinion. Tlie MAYOR said he believed, in offering the article to the public, the Council did not regard it peculiarly as a money question, but vv::Jicd to encourage its use, as they thought it a useful and beneficial article. CORRKSl'ONDENCE. Letter read from the Commissioner of Crown Lands, authorizing the Council to use the rubbish in the Police Paddock for filling up Frome Bridge-road. Acknowledged. ...

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