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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, 3rd August, 1858. Arrived in Adelaide at half-past 11 o'clock p.m. 3rd August, 1858. ROBBERY OF YASS MAIL, N.S.W GREAT FIRE AT AUCKLAND, SIXTY BUILDINGS BURNT DOWN—LOSS. £30,000. [From our General Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

VICTORIA, INTEBCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. 3Ielbourne. 3rd August. 1858. Arrived in Adelaide al half-pa«t ] 1 o'clock p.m. 3rd August, 1858. ROBBERY OF YASS 31AIL, N.S.W GEEAT FIRE AT AUCKLAND, SIXTY BUILDINGS BURNT DOWN-LOSS. £30.000. [From our General Correspontlont.] Sydney papers of 31st July are to hand. Eine flour, £20 per ton for Adelaide. Wheat, 8s. to 8s. Gd. The Manhood Suffrage clause in the Electoral Bill lias been carried in the House of Assembly. The Great Northern Railway has been opened to West Maitland. The Yass mail has been robbed by two men, armed with guns and revolvers ; they plundered five of the passengers, and carried off the mail bags. A great fire occurred at Auckland on the 7th of July. Sixty buildings were burnt down, and the estimated loss is £30,000. ~No lives were lost. It is suspected that the fire was the work of an incendiary. Papers from the Mauritius of the 15th of June announce that the Peninsular and Oriental Company agree to run monthly mails between ...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, S.M., and C. Lyon, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

POLICE COURT-ADELAIDE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, S.M., and C. Lyon, J.P.] "DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.-Four persons were con- victed of this offence, three of whom were fined 5s. each, and one, who aggravated the offence by using obscene language, was fined 10*. ATTEMPTED BURGLARY.-Samuel Roberts was charged with attempting to break into the dwelling-house of Mr. Henry Gilbert, at North Adelaide, on the night of Satur- day, the ¿1st ult. Henry Gilbsrt, sworn, stated that be- tween the hours of 12 o'clock on Saturdvy night and 1 o'clock on Sundaj' morning, ho was disturbed by the barking of dags ; listened, but heard no noise ; his own dog did not bark much, but his neighbour's, Capt. Bagot's, was barking furiously ; did not get up himself, but Mrs. Gilbert got up and went to the street door and found it open. The next morning witness found impressions in the front garden of a man's heel near the front door, and further on the impression of a man's feet. Informed the p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

Auctions. BSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. AT THE CITY AUCTION 31AKT, BY E. SOLOMON & CO. This Day (Wednesdayl, August 4, at the City Mart, at 12 o'clock 10 tons Colonial-manufactured Guano. ALSO, Nmio Day, at the City Mart, at 11 o'clock 12 Infants* very Handsome Merino Cloaks ' 3 dozen Ladies' best Worked Drawer« | 3 do. do. Petticoats 5 pieces White and Pink Merino 12 dozen Men's best Felt Hats, assorted 1 case, 6 dozen do. Cloth Caps 1 do. 12 do. Boys' super Military Caps 3 do. each 50 pieces. 5-4 Prints 1 do., 44 do. l>cst 36-inch Longcloth 1 do., 46 best patent Drab Wove Stays 1 do., 100 pairs Men's Drab Mole Trousers 1 do., 14 ends Millers' Drab Mole. ALSO, 8amo Day, at the City Mart, at 11 o'clock 655. i caso Boys' White Cotton Braces Youths' do. do. Men's Coloured do. Heavy Thick Net 646. 1 do. 100 dozen Men's Brown Cotton Half-Hose j 550. 1 do. 50 do. do. Grev Lambswool do. , 651. 1 do. 110 do. Women's "White Cotton Ho«-e j 656. 1 do. 200 do. Girls do. do. I 657. 1 ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

Miscellaneous. T [Advertisemaiit.] HE EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL AND ITS PEF SONALITIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Having in vain endeavoured to- obtain the wilhclr 'wal of tlie injurious personalities referred to in the accomj ,nvin» letter, may I ask the insertion of it iu your adv-reisji' columns. ~ ° I am. Sir, &c, _ K. C. MITTON. PUBLIC COMPETITION. TO THE REV. A. B. RUSSELL, EDITOR Of f HE EDUCATI WAI JOURNAL. Sir-As in an article under the above heading in vou» i««mc» r tho ÜQ111I inatiinf vnn hnt-n "-¡tl.^.-f n," 1.?.. - .?..' t _ common justice, allow me a word in reply. The chame of "vulgarity" is so vague ¡md uncrt in-it is so commonly the resource of those who have no more s-lect way of meeting a disagreeable l'aet or argument-the p-oner application of the term is moreover so inti-ii a M .JL \,¿ opinion, that you will pardon me for suggesting whether y <u would not have run less risk of damaging your own reputa- tion, and committing an act of injus...

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COMMERCIAL. MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, July 29, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

COMMERCIAL. MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, .Tuly 2Í>, 1S5S. - There hare been several enquiries for Hour, and j some transactions have taken place-at £17 to £17 10s. ¡ for good country brand*. Notwithstanding the late ad- i vices received from Melbourne are of a gloomy character, ¡ this feeling has been in no way responded to here, the ! conviction being finn with every one interested in ¡ the trade that a brisker demand must set in ere long, j when the shortness of this year's crop begins to he ¡ more generally felt. But for the want of a sufficient , command of money, induced both hythe hisielivity of trade and the restrictions upon discounts, a brisk ' speculation would result from the scarcity ol' bread st nil's as compared with former years. As it is, those who have it in their power are coulent (o hold on till the demand for actual consumption leads to belter prices. The supposed abundance of flour held in Sydney is looked upon as fallacious, there being j nothing to prove it« ex...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 4 August 1858

MARRIED. On the 4th instant, by the Rev. W. Ingram, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pirie-street, Mr. Robert Daws, organist of the above place of worship, to Mary Ann, daughter of O. W. Willcock, Esq,. of the Goolwa. DIED. At Sahlam, Glenelg, the residence of his son-in-law J. B. Neales, Esq., M.P., William Williams, Esq., in the 83rd year of his age.    

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THE POSTAL SEEVICE. [From the Port Louis Gazette.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

THE POSTAL SEEVICE. [From the Port Louis Gazette.] Wc arc credibly informed that the Government of Reunion has accepted the conditions for the Postal Service as proposed by the Peninsular and Oriental Company, so that there is now no chanee of any obstacle "to the complete establishment of the monthly communication with Aden. ' In conjunction with the line to and from Aden to this port it is the intention of the Peninsular and Oriental Company to establish a third communication in the month from Bombay to Aden, and by this means the steamers employed will not remain idle part of their time at Aden. It will also ensure us a regular communication with Bombay, and a tele- graphic communication with Calcutta in about 20 days. There are valuable collateral advantages which the P. et O. Company alone can afford, and we have good hopes that others are in store for us. We shall soon be 28 days from England, 27 days from France, 20 days from Bombay and other parts of India, and one day from ...

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THE HORTICULTURIST. WINE MAKING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

THE HORTICULTURIST. WINE MAKING. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE ADA~ERTISER. Sir-Your correspondent "Justifia," in a recent issue, makes, in my opinion, among many use useful observations, several mistakes that ought not ,to remain uncontraclicled. " Justifia" says that "it is an acknowledged fact that the vine grows be3t in a moderately poor soil.'* Now this is by no mean? correct, and I can hardly think that " Justitia's '* meaning is what it appears to be. For wine-making purposes it is not good to choose a very inch soil, but as far as growing is concerned, the best soil is not too good; and even for wine-making, although wines of the highest flavour are not produced from alluvial flats, yet the very great extra quantity which will be yielded by a good deep rich soil, will often more than com pensatefor the lack of flavour. The fact is, the rules laid down in the'cold countries of Europe will not hold good in our warm climate. I have obtained must of a very high specific gravity (42 by a ...

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MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

MINING SHARES AND MONEY MARKET. Burras, £142. Princess Royals, £25. Royals, £1 is. Money on freehold security, 10 to 1S¿. ' en Burra scrip, 12£. on inferior securities. j».

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BUTTER-MAKING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

BUTTER-MAKING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-There are a few fanners down in my district who have discussed the subject- of dairying, as a moro profitable employment of capital and labour than corn fanning. We have read in your journal the letter of a " Colonial Farmer" on the Subject, and other communications which have appeared in your valuable paper, and we have also perused and gone into the calculations of " A Farmer" as they appeared in the Advertiser of the 29th ultimo ; and, having carefully taken everything into account, I and some of my friends in this locality think that " A Farmer's" calculations are based upon wrong premises altogether. He savs Rent of section.£25 0 0 Wages aud rations . 100 0 0 Interest on purchase-money of 10 cows at £8-£80; dairy utensils, £20-£100, at 12 per cent. 12 0 0 Total outlay.£137 0 0 Your correspondent does not say whether this cal- culation of outlay is for six months, or for 12 months. I should say for 12 months ; for who in the wo...

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. Flour, .£17 10s. to £18 los. ; wheat, 7s. 6d. ; bran, is. 7d. pollard, is. 9d. ; English barley, 6s. Gd. ; Cape barley, 5s. oats. 5s. to 6s. BARRY fc BAYLY, 11, Curric-street. August 3, 1858.

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WHEAT VERSUS BUTTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

WHEAT VEBSUS BUTTER. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-Your correspondent, "A Farmer," in your issue of Thursday, 29th idt., wishes to prove that wheat-growing is more profitable than butter-making, and gives a calculation for the scrutiny as he says of " the initiated ;" but feeling that the " uninitiated" may be greatly misled by his statement, I wish to point out to the latter, that should the man and wife be the parties making the experiment, the outlay on the dairy farm would be very much lessened as they could manage it all themselves. But th<î expenses on the wheat-growing section would remain much as " A Farmer" supposes, or, indeed, should be put down at a higher figure, as no good 80-acre section capable of growing 80 acres of wheat and 20 bushels per acre, fenced and with a home&tead, as, of course, "A Farmer" supposes, can be rented for anything like £25 per annum anywhere witliin 3d. per bushel cartage distance off a market where 6s. Gd. per bushel...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

TUNGKILLO DISTHICT SCHOOL.-A meeting of th« Coiuinitiie was held at the George Inn, on Monday, Augus1 2, Mr Gtorge Fisher m the chair Scv eral additional sub* siiiptions wire annouuetd Hit sptcilicitions &.0, wen iMinined and passed It is hoped that the building w ill bt comuitnietl m a lew vv icks M.IICH\M J3\.ND OF IIOPE -On Tuesday afternoon, 3rd August, au interesting niietmg of the Band of Hopt ruupir.iiiie ï-ouitv was held m the schoolroom at the resi- dente ot the Rtv K Drummond, Mitcham, at which thore vveie about thirt> young ptrsons present, and m addition, sev era! ladies and gentlemen interested m the promotion of the te mpiraiict inoveiucut amongst the young m the neigh bourhood Duiing the eaily put ot the pioceedmgs, tin mtttnig was pusieltd over by the Rev R. Drummond, and dining tin lattir portion bv Ins son, Mr Cb irlts Diuiiimond, tht sujitrmttneltiit, uneltr whose m magunent, togtthei w lth tht issistiiuti of the Missis Di ummond, and a liw othii friend...

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ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday, August 4, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday, August 4,185S. There were 1,748 sheep in the marka to day, which were offered at the following prices -Wethers, 22s to 2J-., cuts, 17s each The market was thinly attended, and about 700 sheep re- mained unsold Beef ut the Slaughterhouse, 3is per loo lbs, in the carcase, but of middling quality

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SHEPHERD'S LIFE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

SHEPHERD'S LIFE. TO THE EDITOB OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-I had to call on a friend this morning, and while waiting picked up the Advertiser, when my eye fell on the place where Mr. Young is reported as saying that " a party, after pursuing the occupation of a shepherd," &c, and I was so provoked to see that any gentleman could say so that I don't believe I should have had patience, if I had had time, to stw and read all about it ; but surely such remarks sfroulcf, not go unanswered. Who the Mr. Young is I don't 'know, but he must be a hard-hearted, unfeeling man, or he would never for shame talk so. I expect he has the comforts of a wife and house and family, and perhaps plenty of money. How would he like to be a shepherd, and be obliged to spend such a lonely life, and feel that all dear to him were struggling, aa he says, far away, and that, when he had done his i best to save something towards restoring to him his ' lawful rights, he sees the regulations are altered, and I f...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

CORRESPONDENCE. JLSTICE Bowden -Our correspondent impugns a recent Government appointment and wishe« us to publish lus letter Weean scarce]} do this as it uflccts upon the competence of an individual bv name, who might bring an action against us for damages vi ei e the letter published \\ e have however, forwarded the letter to the Commissioner of Public W orks but without tin. name of the writer To CORRESPONDENT« - V\ e are m receipt ol numerous letters, which we are unable at present to publish on account of the large amount of important local and othei matter which it is impossible to exclude

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 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 (Mr. E. J. livre) with any late papers or other important intelligence they may have for the Press. To DISTRICT AND MAGISTRATES' CLERKS.- Minutes of proceedings at District Council Meetings, and notes of local transactions are respectfully invited by the Editor, who takes this opportunity of thanking numerous Magistrates and Dis- trict Clerks, from whom he has received communications. To COUNTRT ADVERTISERS.-Advcrrisments 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 Mr. Boykett's, Divett-street, where commu- nications and advertisements may be left. 5Ve beg to inform our Port readers that we have engaged a runner to deliver ...

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IMMIGRATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

IMMIGRATION. TO THJ: EDlTOli OF TUE ADVEETISEB. Sir-In the immigra «ion resolutions there is a stipu- lation to the effect thai the emigrants shall be chosen in equal numbers from the United Kingdom of Great Britain. I should like to know when that regulation is coming into practice. In most of the emigrant ships up to the present time there are twice the num- ber of Irish to the English and Scotch put together, *fhereas the reverse w oulel be more just and equitable, seeing that the popidation of England alone exceeds that of Ireland by three to one. I hope that you, or some other patriotic member, will on the as- sembling of Parliament endeavour to cause emigra- tion to be conducted, as was intended, with impar * tialitv. I am, Sir, &e., A3ÍTI-NATI0NALITY. Adelaide, July 31.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

SHIP MAILS. TÍK following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates un L*rmcntioned : - G.-iieral Post Office, Adelaide, August 5,1858. Mais will be dispatched as under: Fo.* Gro.it Britain, per contract packet, to Suez and over la id. vi i Melbourne, on Wednesday, August li, at 12. le" >r New South Wales, by the Staghound, to Sydney, on ' .- August if), at io ; by the Burra Burra, steamer, via MelbDurie, on Wednesday, August 11, at 12. «!' .í /i sun i, by the Colchester, to Melbourne, this day Thisday, August S, at 10; by the Burra Burra, steamer, to ML. i>a..»* on Wednesday, August 11, at 12. <' ir Tasmania, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Vjdn.'sdav, August li, at 12. £. ,. Xiw Zealand, per Staghound, to Sydney, on Tues di % Vujust 11, at 10 ; by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Mel bra -ii, on Wednesday, August li,at 12. F r Western Australia, per contract packet, to King G JO . 'e'* Sound, on wednesday, August li, at 12. Fo . 51 uir...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 5 August 1858

RATES OF EXCHANGE. T- . . .- .-!-,,. "«, timmtcs of exchange at present adopted ny the local Banks of this colony : ... .LUaritALiAN HANKING COMPANY, the BANK o vu ; r KALASIA, and the UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, A id ii le . ¡vie drafts on London at sixty days' sight at 2 per cent, pr akrn. uy bills on London at sixty days' sight at par. Issue drafts on S ^Sydney . ^ "3 I Bathurst ^G'ii r'inlbourn ! Maitland £? ^ Moreton Bay . f Melbourne .g I Gealonff P. < Portland .2 j Port Fairy .^ I Belfast C5 5 \ IIobartTown p¿^ i Launceston te 5 I Auckland 5 § J Wellington 5= 3 f Lyttelton lîu/Kills on g ("Sydney |3 I Bathurst .£ < Gnulbourn oi Maitland ¿ 1Moreton Bay , j Melbourne .§ I Geelong c < Portland .£ 1 Port Fairy > (.Belfast C5 "2 i Hobart Town u J j Launceston ^.a (Auckland S3 'Wellington >s 3 j Lyttelton A-imist 3. I s.w. ^At three days1 sight, at 1 per r cent, premium. I At fifteen days1 sight, at l per { cent, disco'int. [At flftesn days' sigh...

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