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WILLUNGA. MONDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

WILLUNGA. MONDAY, JULY 12. Present-Messrs Kell, Brown, Atkinson and Bolitho The Council decided that the rates of the portion of Section 1R67 situate m the district, and now all rated to Mr Wick- ham, should be altered, and 200 acres only charged to him, and loo to Mr McMurtne. A cheque for £20 was drawn on account of Solicitor's bill, incurred for preparmg land grants. &c riie Chairman's travelling expenses for attending the last meeting of the Central Board >v ere ordered to be paid Adjourned TLESDAY, Jllï 26 Present-Messrs Kell, Atkinson, and Logan Cheques wene drawn m favour of Messrs R Atkinson ind Johnson, amounting to £8 5s for carting stones, and in fa\ our of J Pearce tor day work, amounting to £11 19s Mr Kell and 3Ir Atkinson were requested to superintend the repairs necessary at Dawes's Hill, the cost not to exceed £c Mr Logan was empowered to hue a drain cut on the south side of Xo 200, to be 2 feet wide at top and l8 inches deep, for 9d per rod Adjourned

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JULY 29. [Before Mr. S. Bed[?]ome, S.M., and Capt. Lyons, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JULY 29. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, S.M., and Capt. Lyons, J.P.] "MY LODGING IS ON THE COLD GROUND."-Maria     Frazer and Ann Baker were charged with having been   found sleeping in the open air, upon the Park Lands, and   unable to give a satisfactory account of themselves. One   of the prisoners carried a child in her arms. It appeared they were found by Police-constable Clarke, as the con- stable said, "in a gum-tree on the Park Lands." In de-   fence, they said that they had been turned out of their lodgings that day, being unable to pay the amount due   or rent, and they had no shelter. They were ordered to   be taken to the Destitute Asylum.   DRUNK.-James Leonard was charged with being drunk and using obscene language at the Adelaide Rail- way Station, on the 28th instant. The guard of the Gawler train proved the offence, and Polic...

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STRATHALBYN AND GOOLWA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

STRATHALBYN AND GOOLWA RAILWAY. A public meeting was held at Yarcoe's Hotel, . Goolwa, on the 27th July, in reference to the proposed railway between Strathalbyn and the Goolwa. S. M.C'KAWFOED, Esq., J.P., being called to the chair, read the advertisement calling the meeting, and after a few remarks called on Mr. Goode to move tho first resolution (for which see our advertising columns.) In calling attention to the great necessity there existed for a short and practicable road to the'-metro polis, Mr. GOODE said that in the first place the maila would have a more speedy transit. A person writing a letter from Goolwa on Tuesday could not get an answer back before Saturday, whereas if the railway were in existence they would have daily mails. There had been much discussion about the particular course of the line. He thought it would be better to take the line inland under the hills rather than near the water, where there was alreaely good communication. There was a great quantity of p...

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COMMERCIAL. MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 29, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

COMMERCIAL. MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 29,1858. There have been several enquiries for flour, and some transactions have taken place at £17 to £17 10s. for good country brands. Notwithstanding the late advices received from Melbourne of a gloomy character, this feeling has been in no way responded to here, the conviction being so firm with every one interested in the trade that a brisker demand must set in ere long, when the shortness of this year's crop begins to be more generally felt. But for the want of a sufficient command of money, induced both by the inactivity | of trade and the restrictions upon discounts, a brisk ' speculation would result from the scarcity of bread- stuff* as compared with former years. As it is, those who have it in their power arc content to hold on till the demand for actual consumption leads to better prices. The supposed abundance of flour held in Sydney is looked upon as fallacious, there being nothing to prove its existence in the «violence given...

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

Shipping. _ > EDUCED FARES TO MELBOURNE. -The swift-sailing steamer ADMELLA sail's for Sandridge Pier, Melbourne, posi- tively on Fridav, 80th July, at 2 p.m. Latest train 1.40. 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. (TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING » AT PORTLAND.-The HAVILAH, Captain D. McFie, will sail on Saturday next, the 81st instant. Cabin .£4 Steerage : .. .. £3 Melbourne notes taken in payment. Passengers to leave town by the 1.40 p.m train. Carries a Stewardess. J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. de J. DARWENT, Gilbert-place. WB GOOLWA and MILANG.-The steamer MELBOURNE, will be despatched for the above ports at 3 p.m., weather permitting, on Saturday, 31et instant. For freight or pMsrge, apply to - F. CADELL. Exchange Buildings ; or to MESSRS. W. YOUNGHUSB...

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

BALHANNAH OAK BANK MECHANICS' INSTI- TUTE.-An introductory address, supplemented with illustrations of the writings and genius of Thomas Hood, has been delivered at the above Institute by Mr. J. Howard Clarke. Considering the very bad state of the weather, there was a good attendance, about 50 being present. The lecturer was attentively listened to, and at its conclusion was warmly applauded. Mr. R. R. Page proposed a vote of thanks to the lecturer, who, in acknowledging the compliment, expressed his willingness to deliver another lecture on some future occasion. During the evening the company were enlivened with some vocal and instrumental music. The Secretary announced that the next lecture would take place in August, of which tlue notice will be given. VICTOIIIATHEATBE.-A more brilliant audience were never.packed within the walls of the Victoria Theatre, than assembled last evening to do honor to the great and versatile talents of Miss Carry Nelson, who, to use a professional phr...

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

Amusements, &e. WHITE'S ASSE 31 ELY ROOMS - o . ^"EMPIRE MIASrRBW iit-nd giri g a Series of ETHOPIAN ENTEKrALXSItíMüJ e^niJLc. mg on Monday, August 2. Tor full particulars, S20 p-cgram-v><\ de_C. H. GREVILLE, Ag-ct. QRlA\<r^UCTl?^T ^'HITE'3 ROOM! IT On MONDAY and TUESDAY, August 2 and 3. ARRIVAL of tho EMPIRE MINsWts Seven m number, comprising the fo'low n * art <?t->? .-. Mr. W. WHITE, late of R liner's teraaaicrV ' Mr. W. WEST, Brudder Bones Mr. T. WOOD, Violin.st Mr. A. P. RYLAND, Eanioist Mr. J. LOCKYER, Negro Melodlct Mr. J. H. LEE, Banjoist Mr. TAYLOR, Tambornswt. Come and see CHAMPION WHITE m his ce^brated characteristic Dance ; also, V, h te a id West in their re- nowned Challenge Danee, which has created thunders of applause throughout the colonies. Come and see West in his Negro-min-r-'c-foa!;, evr/ evening ; Lockyer aud Ryland, in tholnnlm'.tiblo Basics . Lee and Wost, in their Shakspeare RijLngi ; L=e in some of his new Banj...

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

Auctions. THE ESTABLISHMENT of the undersigned will be closfdTHIS DAY (¿ridav), July 30, for the pur- pose of STOCK-TAKING. WICKSTEEU, BUTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. THIS DAY (Fiiday), July 30. . AT 12 O'CLOCK. AT THE PORT. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. EX GEORGE KIDD. FLOORING BOARDS. WICKSTEED, B01T1NG, TOWNSEND, & CO. are favouied with instructions to sell, at the tort, This Buy (Friday), July 30, at 12 o'clock 17,440 FLÖORIiSG BOARDS 8,700 Fiooi ii g Beards, 1¿ inch 8 513 do. do. $ do. 2,280 do. do. * do. 2,7ö7 de. do. fdo. _Note-This Day (Fiiday), at 12 o'clock,_ TO-MORROW (Saturday), July 31. | FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. lave received instructions to sell at their Mart, To-moriovv (¡satiudav), July 31, at 11 o'clock 20 Dozen rRUlT TREES. The above will be made up in 1 dozen lot3 of various Linds, consisting of Apples, Plums, Damsons, Cherries, Mulbenies, ¿Le, ko. TO-MORROW (Saturday), July 31. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.—TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.-TRAFFIC RETURNS. Summary of traffic for week endino: July 24,185» : PORT LINE. Adelaide Station- Totals- £ a. a- £ S. d. Passengers forwarded .. .. 1,796) QQ ." " Return tickets .376) 3a lJ Dogs. 0 10 Parcels . 4 4 6 Bowden Station- - 104 4 « Passengers forwarded .. .. Î12 15 14 C Dogs. 0 1» Parcels, &c.. 13 0 Woodville Station- - 16 IS 4 Passengers forwarded .. .. 353 10 12 6 Parcels, &c. 12 10 Alberton Station- - 11 IS 4 Passengers forwarded .. .. 378 12 17 4 Dogs. 0 10 Parcels, &c.. 0 12 5 Port station- - 13 10 » PaBsengers forwarded .. .. 1,204) ,. la . Return tickets .223) 71 Dogs. 020 Parcels, &c.. io 10 2 - 82 li 3 5,04a - £229 0 6 Tolls and haulage on goods forwarded from Tons- cwt. qrs. Adelaide Station.. 443 14 2 Port ditto.. 212 17 1 656 li 3, at is. 4d. per ton.. 43 15 3 North Line "goods, 548 14 o.atis. 4d per ton.. 35 4 11 £308 0 8 NORTH LINE. Adelaide Station Passengers forwarded .. .. 581 Dogs. Parcels, &a...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

?\ß jutunta. ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1858. THE quarterly revenue statement Avas, last night, published in the Government Gazette, and we lose no time in placing the chief features of that document before the public. We are happy to say that the quarter just made up shows consider- able improvement, and suffices to cover the whole of the threatened deficiency upen the year. For the three months ending 30th June last the total revenue Avas £132,289, the cor- responding quarter of 1857 only yielding £"102,300. The last quarter's income, therefore, exceeded that of the second quarter of tke year before by the large amount of £29,980. Taking the nine months ending 31st March last, the comparison gaA'e about £28,000 against the pre- sent year ; but the quarter now reported upon brings up the whole deficiency, and giAres, as its final result, £650 more income for the financial twelve months just ended than for the correspond- ing twelve months. On the 30th June, 1857, our income Mas £4...

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

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. Impounded at the Public Pound. Section 7029, Hundred o Talunga-One chesnut horse, branded like VK conjoim-d or « off shoulder, stai in forehead, white streak on nose, shod fore feet ; one bay filly, white star in forehead, white near hind 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, JH off rump both cars marked ; one brindle cow, like CF or GF off rump, one red cow, little white on romp and under belly, like CF or GF off rump ; one red cow. white face, white on rump and under baBy, like CF or GF off rump ; two calves, with tins in nose, both ears marked, Hke CF or GF off rump ; one white and red spotted cow, both cars marked, like writing 31 off shoulder, like CF or GF off rump, with straw- berry calf at side, no brand visible: one-white and reel cow, near ear marked, branded on both rumps with like writing 31 off shoulder ; one heif...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

DIED. On Sunday, the 11th instant, at his residence, Yass, New South Wales, Moses Moses, aged 68, one of the oldest inhabi- tants of that township, deeply regretted and much respected by all who knew him. The deceased was the father of Mrs. J. G. Raphael, of this city, and brother of Mr. A. Moses, of Russell-square, London. On the 28th instant, at the residence of his brother, North Kensington, aged 55, James Davis Williams, Esq., eldest son of the late Rev. Thomas Williams, Vicar of Preston Candover, Hampshire, England, and nephew of the late Rev. Daniel Williams, Vicar of Rumsey, in the same county.

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

MR. GREGORY AND MR. BABBAGE.-We un- derstand that Mr. Gregory's party will enter Adelaide by way of North-terrace, this after- noon, between 2 and 3 o'clock. The equipment of the party is very complete, and we have no doubt that the intimation which we now give will draw a large number of citizbns toward Government House at the time indicated. The brave fellows deserve a hearty greeting, and we are sure they will have it. We yesterday stated   that they refused to go out to join Mr. Babbage, but it is to be hoped they may be induced to re- consider their decision, as it is very desirable that Mr. Babbage should be aided so as to ac- complish, before summer, all that is possible in the way of exploring our own territory. Should he camp out during the summer, it will greatly increase the expense. Mr. Babbage is not more than 90 miles from Port Augusta, and might easily be reinforced by Mr. Gregory's pack horses. On the subject of the entertainment, we find that a public m...

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

NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, JULY 26. Present-Messrs. P. Hollins (Chairman), J. Mudge, J. Gribble, and J. Clift, jun.   The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Tenders were opened for log platforms, &c., for two bridges, from Eisdeu & .Matthews, and Thomas Claydon. That of Claydon was accepted, at .£41 for the two. Tenders were opened for the stonework of a bridge on the Port Noarlunga-road, near Mr. Long's, from Price & Swift and Thomas Lawrence. That of Price & Swift was accepted, at 10s. per cubic yard. ] Resolved, that Mr James Clark's offer to fence the road through his sections to Port Willunga, for £67 5s., be accepted. Also, £32 15s. compensation for land ; and that the same be paid. Ordered that Fike & Wilraott he paM £5 19s. Mr. Mudge reported that he had let the cutting and embank- ment at Oakley's Bridge at la. per cubic yard.. Approved. Resolved, that John Pike's offer to do the cutting and em- bankment on the ...

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WEST TORRENS. TUESDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

WEST TORRENS. TUESDAY, JULY 27. Present—Messrs. A. H. Davis (Chairman), Dew, Hem- mingway, and Harrold. Read, a letter from Mr. J. Morris tendering his resignation as councillor. The circular from the Association of District Chairmen was considered, when it was resolved that the Chairman support the propositions, as being the most equitable mode of dealing with the question of main roads. Councillors Harrold and Hemmingway reported that they had inspected the road complained of near Mr. Balfort's section, when it was resolved that a ditch be constructed by the north side of the road to conduct the water therefrom. The following persons were sworn in constable and rangers for the ensuing year :—William Vicary, Hilton; Henry Taylor and J. G. Lander, Thebarton ; John Nankervis, Richmond ; Thomas Errington, Plympton ; Thomas George, Reedbeds. The Clerk was instructed to procure the Dog Act for each Constable. The Superintendent's report was read. Mr. Marrable's slaughtering returns were...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E., very light; 4 p.m., W.; weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 8.30 a.m. 9 p.m. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. . WIND ta TUE GUIO- YF.STKRDAT. 8 ami., N.E., very lisht ; î p.m., W. ; weather very fine. HicII WATER O?« THE BAU THIS DAY. 8-3U a.in. I 9 p.m. Alt Ki \ ALS. Thursday, July 23-The schooner Staghound, 112 tons, Henrv Elliot, master, from Sydney June ltíth, via Melbourne July "loth. Captain J. W. Smith, Port, agent No pas- sengers. IMPORTS, g Cargo of the Staghound, from Sydney, via Melbourne-140 crates bottles, 2,000 pieces pine timber, 14 canes window sashts, S hhds. geneva, Order ; loo cases old tom, 5 lihds. geneva, 100 casca whiskey, R. S. W. Sandford ; and part of eric niai cargo from Sydney, 6ti coils spunyurn, Captain H. Elliot. CLEARED. Thursday, July 29- The schooner Louisa, 199 tons, Dunn, master, for Newcastle, New South Wales. Younghusband and Co., agents. >«'o passengers. Same day-The ship Atrevida, 522 tons, J. McKay, master for Melbourne. Elder and Go., agents. Passengers-Mr. Ebplin in the cabin ; :>iul 2 ¡¡carnell in the steerage. C1EAI1ED (COAST...

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POLICE COURT.—PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JULY 29. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 30 July 1858

POLICE COURT.--PORT ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JULY 29. [Before Mr. R. F. Newland, S.M.] DRUNKENNESS.--Mary Wingfield, an old offender, was fined 10s. for this offence, and was sent to gaol for seven days in default of payment. ASSAULT.--George White, of Beverley (on the Port- road), appeared in support of a charge of assault alleged to have been committed by Mrs. Leslie, wife of Mr. George Gordon Leslie, of Peachey Belt, upon his infant daughter. Mr. Boykett, for plaintiff, called Christina Leslie, daughter of informant, who, examined by the Magistrate, stated that she was in the practice of attend- ing chapel, and usually went to school when at home, and knew the meaning of an oath. Was then 13 years of age, and was in the service of Mrs. Leslie, defendant, on last Wednesday week, when the assault was committed. Defendant accused her of stealing some lollies, also with handling the baby carelessly ; she then ordered her about her business, boxed her ears, pinched her on the back, and kic...

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

SALES OF CROWS' 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 5th day of August, 1853, at 11 o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent. SPÉCIAL COUNTRY LOTS. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek. Angas'» Head Station, north-east of Mount Rcmarkable, Hundred not named. Lots 17117 to 17120, inclusive. under : Sec. Acres. Priée. SPC. Acres. Price. 400 108 [JE419 0 1 492 120 £133 10 401 120 220 5 | 494 121 148 10 COUNTRY SECTIONS-Upset price, .-£1 per acre. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek, cast and north-east of Mount Remarkable, east of the Coonatto Road, near Angas's Head Station. Hundred not named. Lots 17121 to 17134, inclusive, as under : Sec. Acres. S< 403 121 495 121 496 121 soo 90 sol 121 502 121 503 12» "C. Acres. .',04 121 SO.» 121 506 121 607 121 ace 12« 60» W 610 ni County Light -On and adjoining Pine Creek and FannelTs Creek, extending ...

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Flour, £17 los. to £18 io«. ; wheat, 7s. 6d. ; bran, Is. 7d. to Is. 8d. ; pollard, 2s. ; English barley, 6s. 6d. ; Cape barley, 5s. ; oats. 5s. to 6s. BARRY & BAYLY, li, Currie-street. July 30, 1S58.

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BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

BUILDING MATERIALS. [RETAH. PRICES IS ADELAIDE.] Deals, li x3, per toot solid, 9d t0 9£d Ditto, sawing deep cut, per foot, ojd Ditto, 9 x 3, per foot solid, 7¿d to8d Ditto, sawing deep cut, per foot, «id Ditto, 7 v 2Í, per foot solid, 43d to 51 Ditto, s iwalg deep cut, per foot, 0|!d Pine deals, li x 3, per foot solid, 8 Jd Ditto 9x3, per foot solid, 6|d. D.tto, 7x3, ditto, 5d Toncued and groo\ ed flonrnij* boards, 6J x 1¿ per loot, sd to 3jd. Ditto, bj x J per foot, 2ld. Ditto, GJ -v J pei foot 2d Balk timber, per cubic foot, 4s ed Red gum, li x 4, per foot, is 2d Ditto, 12 x 3 per foot, lojd Ditto, 9x3 per loot, 8d Ditto 8x3, per foot, 7d Ditto, 4x3, lier foot ajd Best red Smgipore eed.ir, per foot super, sd Best S>dney eedai, per foot super, 7d Ditto, in logs, per foot super, 5d to 6d Stimg}bark, 4xi, per 100 feet, lbs D tto, 4x2. per 100 ft. 14s. Ditto batte nu, per 100 ft, 16s. P ding«, G ft, per 100, 27s Ditto, 5 ft, per 100 21« Post« and nils, per 100, 75s Colonial laths, ...

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