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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. DECLARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. DECLARATIONS. Friedrich Wilhelm Schmucker, of Mount Charles, miller.     George Didrich Bock, of Mount Charles, miller.   Simeon Raphael, of Adelaide.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

Auctions. THIS DAY (Saturday), July 31. FRUIT TREES. FRUIT TREES. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. Lave received instruction« to gell at their Mart, This Day (Saturday), July 31. at 11 o'clock 2G Dozen FRUIT TREES. The above will bo made up in 1 dozen lots of various kiads, consisting of Apples, Plums, Damsons, Cherries, Mulberries, &c, kc THIS DAY (Saturday), July 31. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO GROCERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. have received instructions to sell, at their Mart, This Day (Satin day), July 31, at 11 o'clock 1 Chest TEA 0 half-chests do. kc, &c, &c. THIS DAY (Satuiday), "July 31. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 11 BOLTS CANVAS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. have received instructions to sell at their Mart, Tiiis Day (Saturday,) Julv 31, at 11 o'clock 11 Bolts CANVAS. THIS DAY (Saturday), July 31. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 31 July 1858

BIRTH.         On the 30th July, at 141, Rundle-street, Mrs. P. McRostie, of a son. MARRIED.       On the 29th instant, at the residence of the bride's father, Happy Valley, by the Rev. James Binney, Lloyd Herbert, Esq., of Strathalbyn, to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Dr. Montgomery.

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NORWOOD AND KENSINGTON BRIDGES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

NORWOOD AND KENSINGTON BRIDGES. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-It is usually acknowledged tliat " self-pre- servation is the first law of nature ;" and although I may not be missed from among my fellow-creatures if I should suddenly quit this sublunary sphere, I have have no idea of voluntarily trying the experiment. Nevertheless, I think it very probable that some un- fortunate wight, who is not forewarned, may uncon- sciously and involuntarily do so, unless the Municipal Council of Norwood and Kensington shall, in then wisdom, give directions for the repairs of a flat wooden platform or bridge which crosses No. 1 Creek, on the road between the Britannia and Kensington. Whether holes have been made in this platform by the abstrac- tion of large pieces of timber for firewood, or whether the ruthless and decaying hand of time lias, in this young colony, caused the mischief, I cannot say ; suffice it to say they exist, and certainly they endanger the limbs, if not the lives, of ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

/ Victoria Thfatke.-On Saturday evening the house was crowded with a mos't respectable audience, amongst whom ive noticed Mr. Gregory and a large party of friends, who appeared heartily to eiqov the really excellent acting of the company. The bill of fare promised a novelty, as in addition to the burlesque of " Lalla Rookh," and " the Youth who neveirsaw a Woman," a band of Minstrels were an- nounced to make their appearance in a variety of en- tertainments, commencing with a concert of the most celebrated negro melodies, and, after an interval, con- cluding with pantomime and burlesque. 3fo sooner had the curtain been raised upon the sable gentry, than they itere greeted with every demonstration of applause, and at first we had some difficulty in recognising either the appearance or voices of our old favourites. To say that they acquitted themselves well in this new line of business, would be insufficient. The band, consisting of banjos, &c, was most efficient ; the choruse...

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Flour, .-£17 los. to £is lus. ; wheat, 7s. fid. ; bran, Is. 7d. to Is. Sd. ; pollard, 2«. ; English barley, tis. ed. ; Cape barley, 5s. ; oats. 5s. to 6s. DARRY & BAYLY, 11, Clinic-street July 30, 1S3H.

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IMPOUNDING NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

IMPOUNDING NOTICE. Impounded at the Public Pound, Section 434, Hundred of Port Gawler-One brown bullock, white on back, like SRBB with 1^ over near ribs, like x ofl rump ; one yellow bullock, spotted head, like RR near ramp ; one brown bullock, wnite back and belly, W with 2 under near shoulder, like OP off rutnp. If not claimed, will be sold August 2,1858, at noon. CHARLES DONALDSON, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Puhlic Pound, Milang-One red-sided bullock, white on back, belly, and hind legs, white spot in forehead, like writing JB conjoined with 220 under off ribs, like blotch brand near rump, near ear marked. If not claimed, will be sold August 2,1858, at noon. HENRY BALLS, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Tea-tree Gully-One yellow poly cow, no brand visible ; one yellow and white cow, branded like W off ramp ; one black and white cow, no brand visible ; one white calf, red muzzle aud ears ; two red calves, one with rope round neck *, one yellow calf; one red and white...

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LABOUR MARKET[?] [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

LABOUR MARKET, [From Hunt's Labour Cilice.] rer Annum with Board and Lodging. Domestic and Dairy Servauts. Female." Housekeepers, £25 to .-£30 Good Cooks, .-?25 to £30 Housemaids, .-5:20 to £25 Laundresses. .-1:23 lo £2S Kitchcmiuiiils, £20 to £23 l.'pper .Nurses. .£20 to .£26 Nurses. £10 to £20 Xuise Girls, £7 to .£15 General Servants, .-£20 to £26 Dairymaids, £20 to £23 Barmaids. £40 to .£52 Waitresses. £:'.o to £¡0 Domestic and Farm Servants. Male. Married Couples, £52 to £60 Ploughmen, (single) £40 to £52 General Labourers, £48 to £52 Gardeners, £52 to £00 Bullock Drivers fur Farms, Men, £40 to £52 Ditto, Boys, £14 to £25 Bullock Drivers for Roads, Men, £52 to £60 Ditto, Bovs, £25 to £30 Boys to tail Cattle, £io to £15 Per week, with the usual Rations. Shepherds (according to dis- tance) 12s to 15s Hutkeepers, ditto, 10s to 12« Bush Carpenters, 23s to 30s Fencers, 25s to 303 Cooks, 20s to 23s Grooms, 20s. to 25s Ostlers, 153 to 20s Per Week, with Board and Lodging-Tradesmen, But...

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ARRIVAL OF MR. GREGORY'S PARTY FROM THE NORTH, AND ENTRY INTO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

ARRIVAL OF MR, GREGORY'S PARTY FROM THE NORTH, AND ENTRY INTO ADE- LAIDE. Seldom has greater interest been manifested than was shown last Saturday, on the occasion of tbe entry of Mr. Gregory and his party into the city of Ade- laide. In the early part of the daj placards had been posted announcing that the party would arrive in O'Connell-street, North Adelaide, at half-past 1 o'clock, and would proceed to the Government Offices, and thence to the Police Barrack«, where ample accommodation had been provided for man and beast. From an early hour in the morning numerous pedestrians, horsemen, and vehicles might be seen wending their way towards Gawler, for the purpose of meeting the procession, and doing honour to the men whose indomitable per- severance and energy have earned for them so honourable a reputation in connection with the explo- ration of the interior of Australia. On the road were little knots of persons anxiously looking for the arrivai of the long expected strangers, a...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. At tliree days' sight, at l per cant, premium. The following are the rate-» of exchange at present adopted by the local Banks of this colony : The Socth ArsTHAMAS Banking Company, the Baxk or Australasia, and the Uxiox Baxk or Australia, Adelaide Issue draft® on London at si*cty days' sight at l per cent, premium. Buy bills on London at sixty days' sight at 1 per cent, discount. Issue drafts on S ("Sydney i J3 I Bathurst !t < Goulbourn a5 I Maitland ¡¿» I. Moreton Boy á ^Melbourne .E I Geelong 2 < Portlaud ¡S Port Fai.-y -; Ißelfast tíl (HobartTown ¡^^ i Launceston .-"I (Auckland | < Wellington J {Lytteuou Bny Bills on S /"Sydney [3 Bathurst .t < Goulbourn r/j j Maitland «^ 1^ Moreton Bay , rMelbourue .S I Geelong, 2 < Portland .a Port Fairy ¡> (.Belfast (¿"H (HobartTown .i"« J Launceston >g (Auckland S3 -{Wellington 'A g Í Lyttclton July 29, 1858. ¡.V )-At fifteen days' sic-lit, Jat l per cent. discP'in...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE[?] GREAT RUSH FROM CALIFORNIA. FIRE AT SAN FRANCISCO. NEWS FROM UTAH. [From our General Correspondent.] Dispatched from Melbourne, July 31st. Arrived in Adelaide, July 31st, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

LATEST INTELLIGENCE, GREAT RUSH FROM CALIFORNIA. FIRE AT SAN FRANCISCO. NEWS FROM UTAH. [From our Geueial Correspondent ] Dispatched from Melbourne. July 31st. Arrived in Adelaide, July 31st, 8 p.m. We have advices from California to May 27, containing very exciting news. Tho migration from San Francisco proceeds at a rapid rate. The Herald expects 20,000 persons will leave that city for Frazer's River. The news from Frazer's is, however, of a contradictory cha- racter. A terrible conflagration has occurred at Nevada. The w hole of the business portions of the tow n are laid in ruins, and the loss of pro- perty is estimated at not less than 212,000 dollars. News has arrived from Utah. Powerful re- inforcements have been sent to the United States anny at the Salt Lake. The Mormons are be- coming greatly reduced, and it is believed that Brigham Young and his followers will be com- pelled to flee for refuge to the mountains. A Sydney steamer has just arrived, and reports having sighted...

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[From our Queens[?]ffe Correspondent.] NEW GOLD DISCOVERIES ON THE FITZROY. Dispatched from Queens[?]liffe, July 31st. Received in Adelaide, July 31st, 5.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

[From our Queensc1:ffe Correspondent.] NEW GOLD DISCOVERIES ON THE FITZROY. Dispatched from Queenscliffe, July 31st. Received in Adelaide, July 31st, 5"25 p.m. The steamer London, from Sydney, brings news of new gold-fields just discovered iu New South Wales. They are situate on the Fitzroy and Caliore rivers. There are no signs of the mail.

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

MIXING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, £142. Princess Royals, ¿623. Royals, £l is. Honey on freehold security, io te lsl. on Burra scrip, 124. ok inferior securities, 2».

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Dispatched from Melbourne, July 31st. Received in Adelaide, July 31st, 3.58 p.m. [From our Commercial Correspondant.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Dispatched from Melbourne, July 31st. Received in Adelaide, July 31st,'3*5S p.m. [From our Commercial Correspondant 1 I am unable to report any change in the tone of the markets. Wheat and flour remain at the same quotations as before. Bran is likely to recede, in consequence of green feed coming in rather freely. in answer to your enquiry concerning the Hannah Maria. I have to inform you that she is totally lost. She sank in about half an hour after striking, but all hands were saved. Your Thursday's message did not reach me until this morning (Saturday). No information concerning the mails.

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PORT CORPORATION. PORT ADELAIDE, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

POKT CORPORATION". Pom Adelaide, Juxt 29. Present-His Worship the Mayor; Aldermen J). Bower and J. Smith ; and Councillors J. Wald, P. Reynolds, and J. "W. Smith. The minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Several petty accounts were ordered to be paid, viz., for labour, £2 6s. ; adi ertising in Times, £\ 15s. ; writing and painting sign, £2. His WoiiSHir read a letter from Mr. Grosse, stating the wooden building which he had been ordered to remove, in conformity with the provisions of the Building Act, had he-en commenced prior to the Act coming into force, and trusting thai, the building being completed, the Corporation wouicl not further près« (he matter. The Council decided that they could not interfere jn this matter, as it was a proper question for a Court of law. Councillor J. W. Smith said the evidence of the parties who had lodged the complaint would show when the building had been commenced. It was, however, finally decided to let the case take its proper course. Read...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

With the return of each winter comes the ques- tion relating to the aborigines, their condition, their destiny, and our own responsibilities with regard to them. It is undoubtedly a fact that the settlement of the white race in this province has but tended to deepen the degradation and lo multiply the miseries of the aborigines of the land. That the native races have contracted our vices without emulating our virtues, that they have to a considerable extent lost, the inventive- ness, the sagacity, and the self-reliance of bar- barism, without acquiring the arts or availing themselves of there-sources of civilization, cannot, j we think, be denied. Ha\ ing no inclination to be hewers of wood and drawers of water to the new lords of the soil, they are, notwithstanding, made restless and discontented with their pri- meval state of life. Hence, with the return of each winter, we find them hanging about the metropolis and the more thickly peopled town- ships of ]\]\2 colony, cold, hungry...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

COHIÎESPOMPENC I?. losi Limits-W e lune just (ind bj acudent) discovered »lu» heieral letttrs luiehiendiopprd into the bov at our old «»me ni Gil'icrl pi ice lint oilice haling been lacated bl oursthcs, and being still inittnanted, ne nere uninformed as to lettei s li « m s be- *i left theie. One, oi i eceut date, n e pilb- il li to d i> otbeis aie too st.de toi publication Oíd ( oLoMSTs - Viesidentintliecoun^rj asks us nilethe) ne nould ¿nie an oitisional column for '.iîtcolk étions of Old Colonist«." We r"pl\ »hit ne mil most ehcerfiillj do so, and lug to ai ail eui «eli e« of the pi esent opportunttj to soheit the I.« our ot a beginning Who n ill open the ballJ A M F -Yoin conda id «.co nu ivoulu lie len acceptable

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

Willunga,-The members of the Willunga Institute and their friends enjoyed an intellectual treat on »he 27th instant, listening to Mr. T. P. Hill's lecture on Elocution. 1'he inclemency of the weather prevented the attendance of many country residents, but those who braved the storm had ampio reason to felicitate themselves on their courage. About one hundred persons were assembled in Mr. Tomkin's large and commodious room. The lecture has been so highly appreciated in Adelaide find elsewhere that our humble tribute of approbation would be valueless ; still, we cannot refrain from ex- pressing our delight at the aptitude with which the lecturer illustrated his subject, and the humour and pathos with which he delivered his recitations. Of »he latter kind, we particularly remarked Hood's '* Bridge of Sighs." The lecture having been divided into three parts, the intervals were very agreeably filled up with some charming ballads by Miss Pettman, accompanied on the piano by Mr. Munro. Bef...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

Tue Tilt-gkams.-We are compelled to omit many communications, and. amongst others, two or three on the telegram dispute. One corres- pondent asks ns why ive do not apply to Mr. Todd to state, once for all. whether the telegram dated " Wednesday" by our contemporary, left Melbourne on Wednesday. Our answer is. that we do not wish to involve .Mr. Todd in the matter ; but if the editor of the Register will refer that question to Mr. Todd, we shall be very happy to join in the application. Another correspondent asks if there is no difference between error and fabrication ? We answer, of course there is ; and we have not attempted to confound the two. A Subscriber cannot understand Mr. Wicksteed's letter, and asks whether Mr. Wicksteed means that the telegram was a Wednesday's message, or that it "looked like" a Wednesday's message. We answer, in our opinion, he meant the latter. He could not have meant that it was despatched from Melbourne on Wednesday, for no inessaye despatched from M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

Tue "Weekly Ciiboxicle: Post Returns. Agents in tlie suburban and country districts returning unsold papers through the post, are requested to pay particular attention to the mode of their transmission, as otherwise the parcels will be charged for al 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 the scope of the Post Officc regulations. Thus, 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." No other ii riting must be on or in the parcel.

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