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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

NARROW ESCAPE. - Yesterday afternoon a a poor man named Alexander Robinson met with an accident likely to be of serious consequence, as it is thought he has sustained some very severe internal injuries. It appears he was collecting pebbles from the Torrens, when a mass of earth from the bank of the river fell upon hjm, burying him to his chin. Fortunately the. son of the late respected Mr. Ashton was on the spot, and he, with the assistance of others, released Robinson from his perilous position. We are informed that several very dangerous slips of the banks of the tiver are likely to occur unless they are at OOM attended to.

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NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [From our Auburn Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [From our Auburn Correspondent.] A meeting of the general Committee of this Society was held at the Stanley Arms, Watervale, on Thurs- day, the 22nd July, fbe meeting was convened for li a.m., and a great number of the numbers had as- sembled at the appointed time, but the actual business did not commence before lialf-past twelve, when there were from 40 to 50 members present. Our vice-president, Mr. George Young, on taking the chair, said the business of the meeting consisted in ultimately fixing the day for the live stock and flower show, to be held at ' Watervale, naming the prizes, and appointing judges. It Inning been men- tioned that a great many of the members present w ore anxious to pay their own sub*criptions and those of absent members, the Chairman said, he would be happy to receive subscriptions before the business of the meeting began. About £50 was accordingly paid within the next fifteen minutes, which encourag- ing result was received ...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AXD PORTER, && ALE- £ s. d, Bass's, N~o, 3, duty paid, per hhd. ,.850 Allsopp'8.7 10 0 SaIt&Co,'s,Xo. 3.7 0 0 AA'orthington & Robertson's .. .. 7 o o Cobh*s, per ditto.0 0 0 Charrington's, per ditto.5 IO o Other brands, per ditto .. .. .. 5 10 0 Friend's Allsopp's, per dozen .. .. ill 2 Bvnss's Bottled, per ditto .. ..Olio Dunbar's, ditto elitto .0 10 Marzetti'.«, ditto ditto.0 10 £ s. d. 8 7 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 Tennent's, ditto ditto Harper's, ditto ditto Hibbert'«, ditto ditto Bridge's, ditto ditto Hobson'3, ditto ditto Evans's, ditto ditto Bass's ditto ditto, red diamond Other brands . STOUT-Truman's XX, per hhd... Ditto X, per ditto Taylor's, ditto . Hoare's ditto 0 9 6 0 0 . . 0 . 00 0 0 0 0 10 6 0 9 8 0 9 0 0 9 0 10 0 9 0 9 0 » 0 9 0 7 7 10 6 0 7 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 . 00 0 9 0 7 15 0 C 10 0 7 15 0 « 10 0 6 10 0 soo « 10 0 «00 0 0 0 . 10 0 . 1» 0 Barclay's ditto .so W'hitbread's ditto.5 10 Miller s d...

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Friday morning, 2 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Friday morning, 2 a.m. No later telegrams from Melbourne.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

HUMAN BONES DISCOVERED ON KANGAROO ISLAND.-About a month since several bones of human beings were discovered by Mr. Henry Boxall, Super- intendant of the Kangaroo Island saw mills, the pro- perty of Messrs. Goodiar & Company, of this city. We are informed by this gentleman that whilst pro- secuting a tour through the island on horseback, then distant from Cape Borda 25 miles, and about four miles from the north coast, his observation was attracted to what appeared portions of skeletons per- taining to the human frame. On dismounting he minutely examined them, and being convinced they were the remains of some unfortunate misguided tra- vellers, conveyed a portion of them to his residence. The bones in his possession are belonging to the arm, and in a good state of preservation, the others broken end much decayed, having the appearance of being txposed to the atmosphere several years. Many of the oldest inhabitants of the island are of opinion that they are the remains of the ...

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CATTLE YARDS. July 24, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

CATTLE YARDS. July 24, 1858. Mr. Charles Jenkins reports the market still dull, with no chance of a rise for some time, when buyers wdl be looking out for strength to get in their crops. The market consisted of 32 horned cattle, 6 vehicles, 15 horses, and 4 calves.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

THE OPEN COI/FMN.-We received a letter a short time back Avithout a signature, containing nothing whatever but derisive references to our- selves. The writer thought the public would enjoy his insolence, so he demanded a place in the Open Column. We thought otherwise, and we answered his only question in our " Notices to Correspondente." He has since transferred his letter (with his real name) to the Register, and we shall be very happy to give up all such property to our contemporary. A few days ago we received a letter signed " Y." impugning the veracity of the Register ; we refused to insert it, thinking it unfair, and inserted instead (July 17) a Notice to Correspondents, as in the case above referred to. On the subject of the Open Column AVC will have a word or two with our readers. We will not print libellous matter. We will not print abuse of ourselves. We will not print anonymous attacks on public characters. The Open Column is for discussion, not for slander ; it is for the...

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ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday, July 28, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. AVednesday, July 28,1838. There were 2,210 sheep in the market to-day, 184 lambs, and one cow, which were offered at the following prices : Sheep, from 22s. to 23s. each ; Iambs, 13s. each ; the cow at £». The market was remarkably dull, and nearly 1,000 sheep remained unsold. Beef at the Slaughterhouse, 34s. per loo lbs., in the carcase, and of midelling quality.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.! Deals, li x 3, per loot solid, öd. to 9ijd. Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, ojd. Ditto, 9X3, per foot solid, 7id. to 8d. Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, «¿d. Ditto, 7 x 2j, per foot solid, 4jd. to Sa. Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, ojd. Pine deals, 11 x 3, per foot solid, 8¿d. Ditto, 9 x3, perfoot solid, 6|d. Ditto, 7x3, ditto, 5d. Tongued and grooved flooring boards, 64 x li, per foot, 3d. to sid. Ditto, 6j x }. per foot. 2M. Ditto, 6j x J, per foot, -2d. Balk timber, per cubic foot, 4s. 6d. Red gum, 12 x 4, per foot, is. 2d. Ditto, 12 x 3, per foot, lojd. Ditto, 9X3, per loot, 8d. Ditto, 8X3, per foot, 7d. Ditto, 4 x 3, per foot, 3jd. Best red Singapore cedar, per foot super, 5d. Best Sydney cedar, per foot super, 7<1 Ditto, in logs, per foot super, 5d. to 6d. Stringybark, 4x3, per 100 feet, les. Ditto, 4X2, per 100 ft., 14s. Ditto battens, per loo ft., 16s. Palings, 6 ft., per loo, 27s. Ditto, 5 ft-, per 100, 2ls....

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

SHIP MAILS. The fo'lowing is the official list of mails to be dispatched on the dates uudeimentioned - General Post Office, Adelaida July 30 1858 Ma m will be disp itched is undci - For Gre it Bri m per contract packet, to Suez and over Isnd Ma "Mell unie, on AA ednesday August 11 j or Neu "-outil AAales per John Ormerod, to Sidney, tin« tla\, Tridjj, July 30, at 12, \ ia Melbourne, per steamer«, u« m d"i 1 oi A ictoi a, by the Admella, steamer, to Melbourne, on Fi du, Juh 30 it 12, by the Hauhh, steamer, to Portland ard AlelDourne, on fcituidvj, Ju'y 31, at 12. Tiri «mania viaAlelbourne. I or New /ealand MI Melbourne. lir \\este-n \u-traha per contract packet, to King Ge ir"e h Sound on W edne-d ij, August 11 I eil Al mi i ms per contract packet, t ia Ceylon, on Wednes div Au Ubtll For C ipe cf Gord Hope, per contract packet, Ma Ceylon, on A\ rdm ti ly Au ust li For 1 st Indi s md Clima per contract packet, to Point dcG 1U MI Jlclbamne, on AVeduesdiv, August li Tu Pit Lui oin, per ...

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MIXING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

MIXING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, .filf.O. Princess Royals, £25. Royals, £l is. Honey en freehold security, 10 to »J. on Burr scrip, 12 J. OB inferior rawitiefc »

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

THE TELEGRAPH AN» THK PKESS-We have no telegram for this morning's publication. Yes- terday we published two, which we received during the afternoon from the Adelaide station. They bore, however, the Melbourne date of July 27, namely, Tuesday. Our contemporaiy yester- day dated his "Wednesday, half-past l'p.m.," making it appear as if it had been sent from Mel- bourne that dav- Now, we are in a position to deny utterly that the message dated "Wednes- day" waa a Wednesday's message. It was, like our own, a Tuesday's message, of Avhichwe lnwe indubitable evidence: and Ave challenge the Reff ister to refer the matter to any impartial Eerson for enquiry. The telegraph will indeed e an instrument of delusion if the dates asso- ciated with messages are either untruly or am- biguously given.

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CONVEYANCING CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISED. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

CONVEYANCING- CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISED. Sir-Being the author of the second bill of costs j set forth in your issue of this morning, I feel bound to trouble you with a few remarks, as you take this as a sample ease of sale of 20 acres of land, and tha those are the usual charg *s ; whereas I rejected the,, title on the part of the purchaser, as the vendor had no title whatever, as éliselosed by the abstract, beyond that of possession. Having rejected the title, I informed the vendor that it might be rectified if missing deeds could be found, ancl the 20 aeres identified. This he employed me to do, and after much trouble it was don». If the vendor's title had been in a proper state his expenses would not have been a third of the amount which he had to pay. His misfortune was that the previous dealings with the title had so damaged it, that with- out incurring these extra expenses the property was unsaleable. I am, Sir, &c. H. GILBERT. Adelaide, July 29, 1858.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

DULL times are not always the worst times in which to raise money. Our own efforts in this direction gave us some little evidence of the fact, and now we find that the project for establishing a new bank is meeting with an amount of public support which could scarcely have been looked for, considering the depression of trade, and the tightness of money. But " tightness of money" frequently signifies illiberality of bankers ; and as there is no inducement, under our present system of banking, to keep large credits to one's accounts, it is not surprising that " tight times" at the old banks should be the best times for launching a new bank. People think that after all there is no very great ad- vantage in having a heavy balance at the bank, especially when the bank allows no interest upon it ; and as when banks are tight, trade is dull, the monied world cannot find profitable channels of occupations for capital. As, there- fore, it is of no use to let it lie in the bank coffers ; and ...

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PORT GAWLER. MONDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

PORT GAWLER. MONDAY, JULY 20. Present-All the members. Received, a letter from the Commissioner of Public Works, stating that the formality of their circular of June 26 would be dispensed with. Received, a memorial from 21 ratepayers, requesting to fence a portion of the cemetery. Resolved, that an acre be fenced tor the present, and that the Clerk prepare a specifica- tion. Received, six tenders for the making of a crossing-place over the Salt Creek. Resolved, that Samuel and James Wilson's be accepted, for £39 los., to be finished by the 1st October. Mr. William Doudy granted a slaughtering licence. Resolved, that Mr. Brown's offer be accepted with re- ference to the roads from Section 98 to 104, Gawler River. Resolved, that the Chairman wait on Messrs. Bartley, Bakewell, &Stow, for the purpose -of getting the deed of the district school transferred under the Real Property Act Paid the Treasurer-£13 16s. 3d. rates, £12 timber licences, Is. depasturing licence, and 2s. 6d. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

THE WEEKLY; CHRONICLE: POST KETÜKNS. Agents in the suburban and country distincts returning unsold papera through the post, ave requested to pay particular attention to the mode of their transmission, as otherwise the parcels Avili 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 sendet; at the Advertiser Office, Adelaide. This enables us to know from whom they come, and it is within the scope of the Post Office regulations. Thus, for example, if John Smith wished to return his unsolel papers, lie would address them to "Mr. Jolui Simtk,..Ja?MV tiser Office, Adelaide." In addition to the address upon the wrapper, it should be inscribed with the words-"NeAvspaper only, Avithout letter." Ko other writing must be on or in the parcel.

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MUNNO PARA WEST. MONDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

MUNNO PARA WEST. MONDAY, JULY 26. Present-Messrs. Crettendcn (Chairman), Diment, Lindsay, and Wingate Read, a circular from the Commissioner of Public Works stating a declaration before a Magistrate for future grants in aid of voluntary subscriptions would not be requireel. Received from the Secretary to the Associated Chairmen, the resolutions relative to main lines of road passed at their last meeting. Resolved, that the Chairman be requested to attend the next meeting of the Association, and that the annual subscription be paid. Received, from the Chief Secretary, additional copies of extracts from Act No. 3 of 1855 and 1856, relating to ceme- teries, which were ordered to be forwarded to the several officiating ministers within the district. Three tenders were received for repairing road adjoining Mr. Jonathan Roberts's ; the tender of John Ryan was ac «cepted ; the forming at 17s. per chain, metal 15s. per load. John Ryan's tender for contracts No. 3, 4, 5, 6, as advertised, wa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

PUBLIC ïsOTICES. To COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-Advprtisments intended for insertion in the country edition of the Chronicle must be at our office by 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday. PORT ADELAIDE.-AYe have opened an Office at Port Ade- laide, adjacent to Mr. Boykett's, Divett-street, where commu- nications and advertisements may lie left. AVe 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 Weekly 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 rectified immediately the «ame is made known at the oilice. Agents are appointed in most of the principal districts of the colony, but more are re- quired, and applications are...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. XoTicn.-AVe have received many letters which we have had no time to deal with. Most of them will doubtless appear in print in a day or two.

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ADELAIDE WATERWORKS COMMISSION. TUESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

ADELAIDE WATEllWOEKS COM- MISSION. TUESDAY-, JULY 20. Present-Messrs. G. 31. Waterhouse (Chief Com- missioner), J. Lazar, and U. N. ¡Bagot; also, the Engineer. 1. Read, a letter from the Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works, in reply to the Board's letter of the 13th instant, stating that diroctiois ha.l been given for the payment of the furt'aer sum of £15,000 to the credit of this Commission, with the South Australian Banking Company. Ordered to be filed. 2. Read, a letter from Messrs. Hartley, Bakewell, and Stow, stating their opinion as to the liability of the Railway Commissioners to make good compensation for the damage dons to the wnterpipes. It was resolved, that as tiie Boards were equally the custodians of public propel ty, it would be imprudent to resort to the law for a settlement of the question at i=sue, but that the Chief Commissioner should have an inter »iew with the Chair- man of the R'ilway Board, with the view of arriving at some satisfactory arrangement of the ...

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