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NATIVE SCHOOLS. [From the Educational Journal[?]] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

NATIVE SCHOOLS. [From tile Educational JournalA Some time ago the question was raised in the daily j papers respecting the natives, whether they are capable j of being educated and civilized. Mr. Mildred, and others of his way of thinking, described the attempts hitherto made in this direction os ridiculously barren of result. The system hitherto pursued was unnatural ; the history of the only Native Institution in the colony was a sad history of disease ending in death ; no evidence existed to show that any good had been accomplished to an extent, at all compensating for these lamentable and tragic results. In the end, it was almost denied that any real education had been effected ; whilst it is more than insinuated that the condition of the natives roaming about on the banks oi' the Murray, or in the far North, was infinitely preferable to that of the Christian natives in the Institution at Port Lincoln. En- quiry into the facts of tho case has, however, to a large extent, disabus...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 29, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

MARKET EEPOPJT. Adelaide, Julv 29, 1858. There have been several enquiries for flour, and some transactions have taken place at £17 to £17 10s. for good country brands. Xotw ithstanding t ] ie late ad- vices received from Melbourne are of a gloomy character, this feeling has been in no way responded to here, the conviction being firm with "every one interested in the trade thal a brisker demand must set in ero long, when the shortness of this year's crop begins to bo more generally felt. P.ut for the want of a suílíc-ient 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 stiiifs as compared with former years. As it is, those who have ii in their power are contení to hold on till the demand for actual consumption leads to beti cr prices. The supposed abundance of flour held in Sydney is looked upon as fallacious, there being nothing to prove its existence in the evidence given bef...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N.E.; 4 p.m., N.[?] weather [?]azy. H[?]N WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 8 a.m. 8.30 p.m. ARRIVAL. ARRIVED (COASTING). [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 2 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF Yesterday. 8 a.m., N-E. ; 4 p.m., N. ; weather hazy. High Water on the Bar this Day. 8 a.m. | 8.30 p.m. Nil ARRIVAL. ARRIVED (COASTING). Sunday, August 1 - The Schooner Eclair, 30 tons, Turple, master, from Willunga. Cargo - 304 bags wheat. Hart & Co. Same day -The screw-steamer Ant, 56 tons T. B. Snewin, master, from Guichen Bav. Passengers - Nine in the cabin, and five in the steerage. No cargo. CLEARED. Saturday, July 31 - The screw-steamer Havilah, 234 tons, McFie, master, for Melbourne, calling at Guichen Bay and Portland. Passengers for Guichen Bay - Mr. and Mrs. Crowe and 4 children, Mrs. Smith, and Murphy, in the cabin. For Portland - Mr. G. Collie in the cabin; Mr. and Mrs. Bunge and 2 children, and John Shultz, in the steerage. For Melbourne - Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith, Mr. J. Kearne, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, Miss Frew, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Dungey and infant, and Mr. Austin, in the cabin ; R. Duncan, Henry Wooden, Henry Wright, Mrs. Wright, Mi...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the Public Pound, Echunga-One light rtraw berry bull stag, short horns, brown ears, stamp tail, branded like EK near rump. If not claimed, will be sold August 9 1858, at noon. JOSEPH PEPPER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Willaston-One white bul- lock, rather hoop horns, brush off tail, lika MC or MO »ear ribs, like AP or AB off rump. If not claimed, will be sola August 9,1858, at noon. . JAMES McCONE, Poundkeeper. Printed and published daily by JOHN HENRY BARROW, for the South Australian Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle Com nanv (limited), at the offices, 117, Hindley-street, and at the Branch Office, earner *f King. William and Hindley streets Adelaide.

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SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

SALES OF CROWN LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be ottered 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 COUNTRY LOTS. County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek. Angas's Head Station, north-east of Mount Remarkable, Hundred not named. Lots 1711T to 17120, .inclusive, as under : Sec Acres. Trice Sec. Acres. Price. 490 108 £413 0 I 492 120 j£135 1» 401 120 220 5 | 494 121 148 10 COUNTRY SECTIONS-Upset price, £i per acre County Frome-On and adjoining the Willochra Creek, east and north-east of 3Iount Remarkable, east of the Coonatta Road, near Angas's Head Station. Hundred not named. Lots 17121 to 17134, inclusive, as under : Sec. Acres. 4i)3 121 4 »5 121 496 121 600 90 501 121 502 121 503 120 504 121 SO1) 121 SOU 121 507 121 508 120 500 121 51« 115 County Light -On and adjoining Pine Creek and Fannell'» Creek, extending north about three miles...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. RESURGAM.-Received and held over. We crave the indul- gence of correspondents, especially of those who write long letters. It is impossible we can publish all we receive, unless, our general news is excluded. THE MAGILL INSTITUTE.-We regret that in our report of the soirée at the Magill Institute the name of Mr. Black was inadvertently omitted, that gentleman having contributed gratuitously, and in his usual happy manner, to the success   of the evening.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

PUBLIC NOTICES. SHIPS' PAPERS.-Commanders of vessels are informed that a copy of the Advertiser is forwarded through the Post-Office to all"vessels in harbour; and are solicited to furnish our shipping reporter (3Ir. E. J. Eyre) with any late papers or other important intelligence they mav nave for the Press. . To COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-Advertisments 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.-We have opened an Office at Port Ade laide, adjacent to 31Y. Boykett's, Divctt-street. where commu nications and advertisements mav be left. We beg to inform j our Port readers that we have engaged a ronner to deliver the i papers every morning, immediately on arrival ; and should be j glad, in the evcut of any irregularity occurring, to be informed .of the same. i To OLR SUBSCRIBERS AND READERS.-The South Am 1 tralian Advertiser and the Werfihj Chronicle aro published at ' an earlv hour for despat...

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TEETOTALLERS AND MR. GREGORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

TEETOTALLERS AND MR. GREGORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Can you inform me whether teetotallers at- tending Gregory's entertainment can have lemouade or other temperance drink supplied instead of wine ? otherwise every consistent member of the Tempe ranee Society must be excluded, as it must be acknow- ledged inconsistent to pay to supply others with a beverage which we believe to be detrimental to health and morals. Yours, &c, AN ABSTAINER FROM WINE AND STRONG DBINK. August 2,1858. [We have no doubt such an arrangement would cheerfully be made.-EDITOR.]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

THE WEEKLY CHBOXICLE: POSTKETUENS. Agents in the 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 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 Qffice, Adelaide, TJiis enables us to know fVom "whom they come, and it is within the scope of the Post Office regulations. Tims, 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 writing must be on or in the parcel.

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1858[?] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

?\)Î %btúwi. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 3858, A VERY important question came on for consi- deration in the Chamber of Commerce yesterday ; we refer to the question of Immigration. The Committee of the Chamber had some time previ- ously agreed to adopt a memorial, which, in the eveut of its being approved by the Chamber at large, would have been presented to the House of Assembly soon after the meeting of Parliament. This memorial deprecated the insufficiency of labour, censured the present limitation to a single emigrant ship per month, and prayed for a return to the old system of setting aside one moiety of the Land Fund for the introduction of immigrants into the colony. There was some little ambiguity in the memorial, as at first advertised. It bore no signature, but purported to be from "the undersigned inhabitants of South Australia." As, however, no signatures were appended to it, it appeared as if cast adrift by its promoters to be carried wherever popular favour, popular c...

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MR. GREGORY'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

ME. GEEGOEY'S ENTEETAINMENT. An adjourned meeting of the original Committee to carry out the above object met yesterday, in pursuance of arrangement made on Saturday last, for the purpose of finally arranging preliminaries, and to receive the . decision of Messrs. Aldridge & Bayston, upon the pro- position resulting from their last sitting. There were present the Hon. Commissioner of Crown Lands (in the , Chair), the Mayor of Adelaide, and soveral othera. The Mayor stated that he was authorized to lay bsfora them the result of a meeting which had been held at the Norfolk Arms, on Saturday evening, the 31st ult., at_ which he presided. (A report of this meeting ap- peared in our columns yesterday.) The course which that meeting had thought proper to adopt had given general satisfaction to the public, and it was trusted that as that expression of public op'n'on had gone forth unanimity might now be expected to prevail, so that the very best testimony should be given to Mr. Gre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

WE have very sad news from India. True, the intelligence is but brief, yet in the few short words that have reached us lie whole volumes of misery and woe. To those whose hearts bled when the tragedies of Cawnpore and Delhi were recited, how painful must be the tidings that the towns and villages, wrung by British valour from the demon grasp of the" brutal Sepoy, are one after another falling again [into his hands? Yet such is the intelligence, thrilling, harrowing, sorrowful, of which the magnetic wires have just been the medium. A Governor-General is recalled; a gallant soldier is made a peer; other gallant soldiers have found graves on the plains of Hindostán ; mutineers are insolent ; funds are falling. Such is the brief epitome of our Indian newrs. We will not speculate in anticipation of the mail ; a day or two longer and we shall know the worst. May the brief message have contained the quin- tessence of the ampler news. It will now be no light task to govern India, and especi...

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LOCAL COURT—ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

LOCAL COURT-ADELAIDE. Tlie sittings of the Local Court of Adelaide. Full Jurisdic- tion, will be held at the Local Court-House, "at Adelaide, on Wednesday, 4th August, and the day following. The list contains the names of the parties in the several causes for trial ; WEDNESDAY, ADGÜST 4. To appear at io o'clock in the forenoon. PLEAS FOR TIME. jRaacs v. Pereira Rankine v. Pereira Ronde v. Pearce Niall y. Finnigan. Sutton v. Partridge > McLaren v. Jury Fieldhouse-y. Hickox Marrabel v. Jury Saunders v. Phillips Dornwell v. Vessey Goode v. Phillipson > Oldham v. Hawker Bank of Australasia v. Venn Bartlett v. Ling Birre! v. Day Wigg v. Hampton Clark v. Stewart Pratt v. Heath To appear at io o'clock in the forenoon. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. Harrison v. Cottrell Viney v. Cutting Purchase v. Cutting Coombs v. Andrewartha Smith v. Oakes Stanniford v. Cave Chalk v. Heaslip Uren v. Woodward Nihill v. Fitzgerald Season v. Conaught Fenn and Another v. Season. DEFENDED CAUSES. To appear at i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

THE VICTORIA THEATRE.-A very fair audience, considering the inclemency of the weather, assembled last evening to witness the very clever performances of the Sable Ministréis, who gained fresh laurels. " Lalla Rookh" was repeated, solicited as much applause as ever. To-night " The Stranger" will be performed and th Ministréis will again send the audience away with aching sides.

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INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. DISASTROUS NEWS FROM INDIA. VILLAGES RETAKEN BY THE SEPOYS. PROBABLE ABANDONMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. Dispatched from Queenscliffe, August 2. Arrived in Adelaide, August 2, 4.30 p.m. [From our Queenscliffe Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. DISASTROUS NEWS FROM INDIA. VILLAGES RETAKEN BY THE SEPOYS. PROBABLE ABANDONMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. Dispatched from Queenscliffe, August 2. Arrived in Adelaide, August 2, 4-30 p.m. [From our Queenscliffe Correspondent.] The Royal Mail steamship Victoria arrived here on Sunday morning, at 20 minutes past 11. She broke down in the last portion of her trip, and started late. English advices, via Ceylon, are to May 24th. They are of an unsatisfactory character. INDIA.-The Governor-General has been re- called. Great disasters have occurred in connec- tion with the British forces, and great losses are reported. Dispatched from Melbourne, August 2. Arrived in Adelaide, August 2, 4-45 p.m. [From our Commercial Correspondent] The Victoria mail ship has arrived, and the Burra Burra will sail with the mails this morning (Monday). INDIA.-The news from India is of a deplor- able character, and has created much excite- ment here. Towns th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

O ÜB APOLOGY.-We have received a heavy blow and sore discouragement. We are asked to apologize. Our reaáers M ill probably expect that we shal[ rather die than retract ; but, no, we will retract-we will apologize-we will do more ; we will pay a fine if-yes, if-the Editor of the Register will accede to one little preliminary. We will handsomely apologize for our references to our contemporary's telegram-we will print our apology in his paper and in our own-we will also, humbly and submissively, pay £10 of sterling money to any public object he may choose to name, if-yes, if-the Editor of the Register will prove that the telegram he pub lished in his paper of July 29, as a Victorian message of Wednesday, 28th, teas a Wednesday's message. We are sorry we cannot quite give in; but we are bound to say, once more, that what the Register gave to tue world (that is, South Australia) as a Wednesday's message, was a Tues- day's message! This is the simple truth, and why does not our contempor...

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FURTHER INTELLIGENCE. APPREHDED INVASION OF ENGLAND. MILITARY MOVEMENTS. Dispatched from Melbourne, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

FURTHER INTELLIGENCE. APPREHENDED INVASION OF ENGLAND. MILITARY MOVEMENTS. Dispatched from Melbourne, August 2. Received in Adelaide, August 2, quarter before 12 at night. [From our General Correspondent.] The Victoria arrived here yesterday, having broken down on the voyage. She brings Euro- pean news to the 25th of May. In consequence of a proclamation by Lord Canning ordaining the confiscation of Oude, Mr. Cardwell proposed a vote of censure in the House of Commons, and Lord Shaftesbury proposed a similar vote in the Lords. In the Upper House the Ministry gained a majority of 9 votes ; but in the Lower House the Ministry would have been defeated, but at the request of Lord Palmerston Cardwell with- drew his motion. Lord Ellenborough has re- signed. The Oaths Bill has been defeated in the Lords by 39 votes. Sir Colin Campbell is to be raised to the peerage, and Sir Henry Bulwer is to go as Am- bassador to Constantinople. The French army is to be immediately raised to 600,000 men. ...

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IN ARE JAMES ALLEN'S INSOLVENCY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

IN RE JAMES ALLEN'S INSOLVENCY. TO THE EDITOR OP THE ADVERTISER Sir-Upon comparing the reports of the meeting in James Allen's insolvency, held in thft Insolvent Court on Friday last, as published irf the Advertiser and Register newspapers, great discrepancies are ob- servable, and I feel bound to state that, in many in- stances, the report in your paper is inaccurate. I particularly allude to that portion in which it, is stated that Mr. Allen satisfactorily explained the circumstances under which he obtained an advance of £75 from Mr. Tomkinson, the Manager of the Bank of Australasia, upon a certificate from the Government Printer for £100, which amount Mr. Allen had previously received. The circumstances are these :-Mr. Allen obtained an advance of £100 from the Treasury, undertaking to procure the certi- ficate of the Government Printer that work to that amount had been done. He did procure the cartifi cate, but the moment he had obtained it, instead of lodging it at the Treasury...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

Auctions. _THIS DAY (Tuesday), August 3. BY ORDER OF THE TRADE ASSIGNEE. /Ar RE JOSEPH MORRIS, INSOLVENT. W ON THE PREMISES, HILTON. aCKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. * V have received instructions to sell, on thepremis? of the above insolvent, Hilton, This Day (Tuesday), AA?AEHOLÍ FURNITURE and EFFECTS, consisting of Cedar Table and Cover Do. Sofa, Spy-Glass Iron Bedsteads and Bedding Cedar do. do. Do. Chairs f China, Glass, Kitchen Utensils, &o., &c, &<>. X » JUS0* 1 brown Hors» Box-Cart Dog do. 2 Sets of Harness 2 Sows and 13 Pigs - , 3 ullage casks Colonial Wine Quantity of Sundries. TO-MOBBOW (Wednesday), August 4. ON ACCOUNT OF THE UNDERWRITERS. TO BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. COUNTRY STORE- KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. | FOUR TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. have received instructions to sell, at their Mart, To-morrow (Wednesday), August 4, at 11 o'clock sharp 4 Trunks B001S and SHOES, as ...

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THE EXPLORERS AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 3 August 1858

THE EXPLORERS AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir—May I suggest through your journal another and better mode of meeting the explorers than feasting them, or rather paying £1 1s. to no purpose. Firstly, hire White's, or any large room, charge £1 admittance (and let the balance after all expenses are paid) be handed over to the brave fellows that composed the band, in a colony like South Australia we want no cliqueism of aristocracy, if I may venture to call the gents of Grenfell and Cuire-street by that appella- tion. O tempora ! I am,Sir, &c., SNOB.

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