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THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. "Look on this picture and on that." Sir-Mr. Gregory started from Moreton Bay March 27, and has reached Adelaide. Mr. Babbage started from Adelaide about Feb- ruary 27, and has reached where ? A spot 50 hours' ride from Mount Remarkable. Mr. Gregory details in twelve lines his expedition. Mr. Babbage details in two columns-what ? The loss of " Wallace " and " Lion," and that he hobbled out a spare horse. Which is the right man in the right place ? AN OLD SWAN. Mount Remarkable, July 26,1858

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THE SANITARY STATE OF ADELAIDE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

THE SANITARY STATE OF ADELAIDE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir To -- anyone acquainted with the opinions which during the last few years have been promulgated by medical men and men of science on the subject of the sanitary state of great cities, the healthndness ofj   Adelaide must appear very surprising. Theoretically it ought to be one of the most unhealthy cities in the world. There is not the ruddy vigour observable in the citizens which would afford a decisive contradiction   to the theory, and the fact of the great mortality winch prevails amongst children in the city seem rather to convert the theory into a fact. Yet, we are in the habit of attributing that mortality, and the premature deaths of adult citizens, to any other cause than the unhealthfulness of the city. We are blind to the fact of the most defective drainage of the city; we ignore the malaria which must arise   from the open gutters which adjoin the causeway of every...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir—It appears the forthcoming event in honour of Mr. Gregory is to very select. He having passed through a considerable portion of our northern dis- trict, is well able to offer his advice to those select few who will have the honour to meet him. No doubt they are ever ready to grasp at " pastures new," to the exclusion of the bone and sinew of Young Aus- tralia. But we will let Mr. Gregory know there are others who can appreciate his endeavours to throw light on the features of a far interior; others who, having sought this land for their adoption, are willing to add their meed of praise to the bold explorer. I would suggest a public meeting be immediately called, a committee formed, and an entertainment, not exceed- ing the charge of 10s. 6d., given. No doubt, Sir, we should have an overflowing house. I am, &c., A MIDDLE MAN.

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THE ENTERTAINMENT TO MR. GREGORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

THE ENTERTAINMENT TO ME. GREGORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir—The Gregory Committee, by fixing the price of the tickets at £1 1s. each, have excluded the class of which I am a member. I admire the vanity of those people, who, in our adopted free land, parade their names before us as the " Hon. Mr. This," and " M.P. That," and so forth. A fig for such tempo- rary distinctions. My name is Smith, anel I am a man " for a' that." These gentlemen are desirous of becoming so conspicuous, the least they can do is to pay for the honour of having their names emblazoned in your valuable pages, and not charge the expense to the subscribers. I, as a poor man, cannot afford to pay a guinea ; still I fully comprehend the valuable services of Mr. Gregory and his party as much as any of our Honorables, &c. Why not make the tickets 7s. each, and each man pay for that which he may think proper. If this arrangement is not one (and I feel assured it is not) which will meet the views of ...

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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Thursday, morning. [The two following messages were received from the Adelaide Station between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday, having been forwarded to the Melbourne office on Tuesday.] [From our General Correspondent.] Melbourne, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Advertiser and Chronicle Office«, Thursday, morning. [The two following messages were received from the Adelaide Station between 1 and 2 o'clock yesterday, having been forwarded to the Melbourne office on Tuesday.] [From our General Correspondent.} Melbourne, July 27. We are in possession of news from Sydney to j the 24th instant. From these we leam that a sad i affair has occurred on board the American ship i Oliver Jordan, the first officer of that vessel ' having been assassinated on the 23rd instant by one of his own seamen. The affair has created great excitement on all sides. New Caledonia.-At the date of our last advices there were in that vicinity three ships of war, two war steamers, and a military force amounting to upwards of 1,000 men. Other vessels and additional troops were expected to reinforce this armament. The people of Sydney are uneasy on the matter, and the Empire asks, " Why this formidable armament within a few days' sail of ...

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DISTRICT RATE MEETINGS. ENCOUNTER BAY. [From our Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

DISTEICT BATE MEETINGS. ENCOUNTER BAY. [From our Correspondent] A public meeting of the ratepayers of this district was held on Saturday last, at the Fountain Inn, En- counter Bay, in pursuance of public advertisements, to adopt a rate on the present assessment, and to appoint two auditors for the ensuing year. It was proposed by Mr. Newland, and seconded by Mr. Clark, that Mr. Nosworthy be requested to preside. Adopted unanimously. The CHAIRMAN-, in addressing the meeting, called attention to the purposes for which the meeting was convened-the adoption of a rate, and the appointment of auditors. With respect to the rate, he begged to intimate that it was not the intention of any of the members of the Council to propose or to second any amount ; in this respect they would forego their own personal privilege, that then- fellow-ratepayers might more fully express themselves. He need scarcely re- mind them if the rate adopted were inadequate for the purposes of the district, it was the...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

SOUTH AUSTEALIAN INSTITUTE. The periodical lecture and concert, announced by thi-< Society took place last evening, at White's Assembly Rooms, which were crowded to excess, every seal being occupictl, and the space just within the eloora so densel packed by those unable to obtain seats, that ingress or egress was difficult. The Very Kev. Dean Farrell to fc the chair, at about a quarter to 8 o'clock, and a large muster of the Committee occupied the platform. The concert commenced with a duet on the piano from Massaniello, by two gentlemen amateure whose names of course were well known to all present. They acquitted themselves in such a masterly manner as to command a unanimous encore. Mr. Black followed with "The Wanderer," by Schubert, which was admirably rendered and deservedly encoral, when he substituted that old favourite, " John Anderson my Joe." We can- not bestow upon Mr. Black the approbation for this piece ho so well merited in his other performances during the e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

Shipping. R' ? EDUCED FARES TO MELBOURNE. -The swift-sailing steamer ADMELLA sails for Sandridge Pier, Melbourne, posi- tively on Friday, 30th July, at 2 p.m. Steerage Fare, £2 10s. Freights to Adelaide-From Store in Melbourne, 20s. ; from Sandridge Pier, only 15s. The last passage of the Admella occupied only 39 hours from Lightship to Melbourne Heads. BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbert-place, Town : de CAPT. SCOTT, Port. CJTEAMSHIP ADMELLA, July 21-To CAPTAIN Ö H. M'EWAN. Dear Sir-On quitting your vessel (although addresses of this kind are general now), we cannot take leave of you without bearing testimony to the qualities and. capabilities of your ship, having made the passage from the Light- ship at Port Adelaide to the Sandridge Pier in less than 43, and from wharf to wharf within Ï4 hours. Weare, dear Sir, faithfully yours, J. L. Bosisto Alex. A. Cruikshank , J. Whittaker John Lindsay Wm. Moorshead Win. B. Gilbert Charles Scott P. M. Kell Frederick Jones Geo. Rolfe. Benjn. Roc...

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS. . 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 12th day of August, 1858, at ii o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. COUNTKY SECTIONS. County Adelaide-About one mile west of Stanford and Burley's. Hundred of Kuitpo. Sec. Acres. Sec. Acre 774 17 3449 84 775 93 34S0 82 776 8 3451 118 3420 84 3473 75 County Light-On Spring Hill Creek, west of Mount Ruths. Hundred of Julia Creek. 67 122 I 69 78 68 124 I County Burra-East and west of Burra Creek, south of and adjoining the Burra Special Survey, ou the south boundary of the Hundred. Hunched of Kooringa. J 86 622 87 202 88 39 89 151 90 196 91 203 92 209 93 96 94 162 95 8» 96 41 97 136 98 132 99 31 100 36 iel 75 102 206 103 172 Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be ofiVred for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 5th day of August, 1858, at 11 o'clock. Deposit, 2...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the Public round. Section 7029, Hundred o Talunga-One chesnut horse, branded like VR coiuouud or II off shoulder, stai m forehead, white streak on nose, shod fore feet, one bay filly, white star m forehead, white near hind foot, branded on off shoulder something like W, one white nobbj steer, with red about the neck, branded MT off rump, appears to have Hkc numbers on off ribs, one roan steer, JHTofl rump both cars marked, one brindle con, hk< CF or G F off rump, one red cow, little white on rump and under belly, like CF or GF off rump, one red cow, white free, white on rump and under bellv, hke Cr or Gr off rump tv. o calves, with tins in nose, both ears marked, hke CF 01 GF off rump, one white and red spotted cow both ears ímrked, hke writing M off shoulder, hke ( F or GP off rump, with straw- berry calf at side, no brand vMble onewhitt and reel cow, near car marked, branded on both rumps with like writing M off shoulder , one heifer, v....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

Auctions. ! THE ESTABLISHMENT of the undersigned will he closed TniS DAY (Thursday), and TO-MORROW (Friday), July 29 and 30, for the purpose of STOCK- TAKING. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. THIS DAY (Thurdsay), July 29. j SHERIFF'S SALE. RISELEY V. CLARK. ON THE PREMISES, ALBERTON. TO be SOLD by Auction, bv the Government ' Auctioneer, This Day (Thursday), July 29, at 12 .'clock, on tho Premises as above, by virtue of writ of fi. fa. All the Defendants HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac, consisting of Cliairs, Tables, Sofas Bedsteads and Bedding Cooking Utensils te. &c, kc. W11. R. BOOTHBY, Sheriff. FREDERIC WICKSTEED, _Sheriff's Auctioneer. _ TO-MORROW (Friday), July 30. AT THE PORT. ÏO TIMBER MERCHANTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. EX GEORGE KIDD. FLOORING BOARDS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, k CO. are favoured with instructions to sell, at the "f #rt, To-morrow (Friday), July 30 17,440 FLOORING BOARDS 8,700 Flooring Boards, i inch 3,513 do. do. f do. 2,380 do. do. I do.» 3,78...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

Miscellaneous. Giri, WHISKY, &c, to ARRIVE per STAG HOUND 100 Cases Booth's Old Tom. 100 Cases Whisky. 10 Hogsheads Geneva, di R. S. W. SANDFORD, Lipson-street, Port. IMBER-YARD, next Post-Office, King William strcet.-80,000 24 X 12 Blue Bangor SLATES, now Landing, Ex Utopia. Delivery at Port or Town. de_J. F. ROSS. GLEN OSMOND NURSERY.-FOR SALE, FRUIT TREES, VINES, ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, PLANTS, and BULBS. Apples, Pears, and RÓEOS, especially numerous, of new and splendid kinds. Large assortment of Plants in pots. Cypresses, IS to 44, per hundred, ¿"3 to £6. MAX WEIDENBACH, Glen Oimond. GARDENS laid out, and plans given of the same, by M. W._thsc MUSCOVADO.-This splendid THOROUGHBRED will arrive in Town about the 20th of ne ct month, and will STAND to COVER at Gepp'g iUbles, Mor phett-streat. Adelaide, J«lr 32, 165?, r*M Miscellaneous* THE EXPLORERS FROM MORETON BAY. INTENDED PU13LIC WELCOME to MR. A. G. GREGORY and PARTY.-The COMMITTEE for nr ranging the above have deed...

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REAL PROPERTY ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

REAL PROPERTY ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-In the interpretation clause of this Act, X find that the Registrar-General "shall mean the Registrar General or other officer duly authorized or appointed to cany out the provisions of this Act, or any person duly authorized as Deputy of such Registrar-General or to act in his behalf in respect to this Act." In the Government Gazette of the 8th inst., the appointment of Mr. Torrens is notified as follows : " His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief has b:en pleased to appoint Robert Richard Torrens, Esq., to be Begi3trar-Genen 1 vice W. B. T. Andrews, who returns to his former post of Deputy Registrar General. By command, WA. YOUNGHUSBAND, Chief Secretary." I would suggest that this appointment is not made under the Real Property Act, as it contains no reference whawv<* to th» Act, and JCr. Torr«« i» appointed vice Mr. Andrews, who was Registrar of Deeds under the old system. Should my view of the appointment be correct...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., Mr, Hamilton, J.P., and Mr. Colley, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., Mr. Hamilton, J.P., and Mr. Colley, J.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. - Three persons were fined 10s. each for this offence. DISORDERLY CONDUCT.-James Dodge was charged with disorderly conduct in Currie-street, on Tuesday evening. The offence was proved, and the Bench stated that it was highly improper for parties to disturb the peice of the inhabitants of the town, by making unseemly noises ; it was calculated to mislead the police, who might be induced to omit rendering- assistance in cases where it was really required, and parties innocent ol' misleading the authorities would tims suffer for want of timely aid. Ho was fined 10s. RIDING ON A DRAY.-Edward Exon, driver of a dray belonging to Mr. Bowden, was charged with riding on a dray on the Glen Osmond-road, and with making use of abusive language to the constable who made tho com- plaint. The defendant did not appear, and, with the consent of his master, the case...

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AN "EFFICIENT POLICE." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

AN "EFFICIENT POLICE.1' TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-The enclosed scrap I cut out of a Times (Loudon) received only to-day ; you might fix it in a comer to enlighten some and make us content in Australia. Thank God we're out of France anyway. I am, &c. B. B. Adelaide, July 28, 1858. TRANSLATION. The following is an extract from a private correspondence from Paris : "The severe surveillance of the visible and invisible police is carried to such an extent in the so-styled capital of the civilized world that its inhabitants are no longer free to re- ceive even their friends in their own houses without previously obtaining a permission to that effect. One ot the bon bourgeois of Paris, being lately about to betroth his deughter, applied to the Préfet of Police for leave to assemble about 30 friends at tlie festive boord of a family fete. To this application the Préfet replied that he would willingly grant the permission, provided the applicant increased the number of his...

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THE "REGISTER'S" BANK STATISTICS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

THE " BEGISTER'S *' BANK STATISTICS. TO THE EDITOB OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Referring to the Bank statistics published in the Register, you remark that you are unwilling to fill your columns with calculations fit only for actuaries and schoolmasters. The justness of this remark I think I can vindicate to the satisfaction of any of your readers' common sense. If a merchant wanted to know what percentage of profits he had made during the year, he would find out how much richer he was at the end than at the beginning of the yeai-, and would estimate what per- centage this profit was upon the whole value of his stock-in-trade, business premises, and other items in which his capital was absorbed. Now, as we may look upon a banker as a merchant trading in money, we have to follow exactly the same steps to discover , the rate per cent, of profits made by him, taking care ' to subtract from the capital employed any amount left in his hands by others. The amount of capital used by any Bank can...

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REIGN OF TERROR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

REIGN OF TEBBOB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. air-It is useless to deny tne lact that we have been innundated with hordes of ruffians from Swan River. I have been informed on good authrity there are no less than 800 of them roving about this colony. We should not shut our eyes to this, but adopt some vigorous measures for keeping these scoundrels under. Now, I do not think individual exertions, however ; praiseworthy, can effect much; the police force is utterly insufficient. It appears that the men state they cannot perform the extra duty required of them; that it is physically impossible for them to do more than they are doing ; but it must be clear to any thinking person that bad characters will not knock a man down when a constable is near. Now, Sir, what is the remedy ? It is one those cases of emergency where the slow action of a Government will allow much evil to result before it can step in to stay it. Let the citizens take the matter into their own hands, anel form an o...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E.; 4 p.m., W.N.W.; weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 8 a.m. 8.30 p.m. ARRIVALS. N[?] CLEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 29 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND va THE GULF YESTEHDAT. 8 wa., N.E. ; 4 p.m.. W.N.W. -, weather very fine. Hum WATEK O> THE BAR THIS DAY. S AIM | S'39 p.m. ARRIVALS. NU. CLEARED. Wednesday, Julv 28-The barque Charlotte, 505 tons, G. G. Clase, master, for Guam. MaeDermott, Dutton, and Co., Town ; E. G. Collinson, Port, agents. No passengers. In ballast. CLEARED (COASTING). Wednesdav, July 27-The cutter Kangaroo, 36 tons, Franks, master, for Yankalilla. Cargo-2 pieces boilers, 4 bags dates, j Le Messurier ; 5 boxes tea, 2 bags sugar. Everett ana Cham- bers ; 2 bales bags. Acraman, Main, and Co. ; 1 case sundries, I Everett and Chambers. ' Same dav-The schooner Eclair, 30 tons, Turpie, master, for | Willunga. " In ballast. * I SAILED. I [Per 3Iaguetic Telegraph.] Wednesday, July 2s-The barque Victoria Packet, for ' Sydney. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For Melbourne-The screw-steamer Admella, on Friday, July 30, at 2 p.m. For Melbourne, calling at Portland-The screw-steamer Havilah, on Saturday. July 31...

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AUBURN. [From our Corespondent.] Auburn, July 28, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

AUBURN. [From our Corespondent.] Auburn, July 28,1858. Gregory's party arrived here to-night on their journey to town, nine men with 36 horses. The --íétter iook remarkably well, and while they certainly tell no tales of deserts in the interior, their appearance reflects great credit on then' attendants, and, ve think, PjB^icularly on the arrangements of the pack-saddles. The writer, who served on the overland Gold Escort in 1852, could not help comparing them in his mind with the sore-backed, broken-hearted skeletons o horses that were brought back from those journeys. We hear that besides the six pack-horses which the Commissioner of Public Works has purchased for the South Australian exploring party, two of the men, one of them Mr. Gregory's brother, are going to join Mr. Babbage. [We refer our readers to another paragraph on this subject.-EDITOR.]

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MACCLESFIELD. [From a Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

MACCLESFIELD. [From a Correspondent] A meeting of ratepayers was held at the Davenport Arms, on July 24, to take into consideration the necessity of appropriating a portion of the rates for school purposes in the district, and also to consider the necessity of passing a bye-law to that effect. The Rev. J. B. AUSTIN, who was in the chair, read the advertisement convening the meeting, and called on Mr. Darmody to explain to the meeting the reason why he (Mr. Darmody) had convened the meeting. Mr. DARMODY said his object in calling the meeting was, to give the ratepayers an opportunity of judging whether it was better or more to their advantage, to have the rates expended in the liquidation of a heavy debt that was on the Macclesfield School, which would only benefit a few persons who had money sunk in the building, or have it expended in the repairs of the dis- trict roads, which were in a very dilapidated state just now. The speaker said the District Council had no power at present t...

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