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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
T 0 CARPENTERS AND CABINET-MAKERS. BUCK'S SAWS -Hand, Ripper, Panel, Tenon, and Dovetail. BUCK'S PLANES-Smoothing, Jack, Trying, Jointer, Panel, Bead, Plough, OG, Hollows" au I Rouft U. Rabbit, Sash Ovaloes, Half-pitch, Smootliina', &c. HILL'S Planes. Stocks, and Bits. WARD'S Chisels, Plane Irons, &e. Beech Hand Screws, Iron Bench Screws, Frame Saw«:, Chair-web Saws, and General Tools in groat va- riety, at JAMES SCOTT'S. dxl_Ironmonger. 133. Run »»^wt. O be LET or SOLD, the LI-ASE.of a SHOP a-d DWELLING-HOUSE, siluat21 in ono of fio besú business positions in Adelaide. For particulars, apply to dôjcc J. BROWN, Bootmaker, Rundle street.
MUDLA WIRRA. MONDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
-MUDLA WIRRA. MONDAY, AUGUST 2 . Present-Messrs. James Sparshott (in the chair), William Campbell, and John McEwen. The following accounts were paid, viz: -James Reid; 4/-, 13s 4d , labour; , James Ward, 2/ . 8s , railway carriage; George Priest, 6/. Ashwell school; and E Schnaars, Ol', posts and rails. &nbsp; The Clerk was directed to write to Theodore Kneese, to re- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; move a tree in the road near his house To advertise that no &nbsp; &nbsp; depasturing licences would be granted after the end of this month, and that all cattle found trespassing will be dealt wlth according to law. To applv to the Destitute Board for relief for widow Ferris, and enclose medical certificate The Clerk paid the treasurer the sum of 25l, for timber licences. &nbsp;
THE OUDE PROCLAMATION. [From the Times.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
THE OTJDE PROCLAMATION. [From the Times.] There is one thing clear ; that either by severity or gentleness, by threats or persuasion, the popidation of Onde must be brought back to if s allegiance. We, for our own part, are in favour of the milder course. The landholders of Oude cannot be compared for a moment willi the mutinous sepoys, the butchers ol' Delhi, Jhansi, and C'awnpore. Every consideration of justice and policy demands that pardon should be given to as many of these men as will lay down their anns and return to the peaceable cultivation of the soil. Oude is a conquered country, and nothing more : because its inhabitants took advantage of the sepoy mutiny to assert again their lately lost independence, there is no reason that, we should look upon them as monsters without a claim to pity, or pursue them with, the vengeance which may justly follow the f treacherous sepoy. This, being, as we think, a fair view of the case, it would well become the Govern- ment to recommend ...
VICTORIA. [From our own Correspondent.] [The following letter we give in addition to our Melbourne letters published yesterday."] Melbourne, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
VICTORIA. [From our own Correspondent.] [The following letter wé give in addition to our Mel- bourne letters published yesterday.") Melbourne, July 31. No mail ! These two words might almost suffice as a summary of the news of the week; for the non arrival of the Victoria is the only explanation ofl&red ,. for the general stagnation of business, and the torpor which has seized upon the public mind. The dailv journals appear to feel the privation of European and Indian intelligence acutely ; and shoidd this famine of topics continue much longer I shall not be sur- prised to find the three morning papers falling back upon " Hollinshed's Chronicles," Josephus, Livy, or Thucydides, for themes upon which to descant, and about which to differ. We have had one arrival from India and tbxeVfrom California, but, strange to say, the vessel from the East did not bring a single paper, except such as might happen to be in her small mail bag. One of the Geelong papers obtained a copy of th...
BRITISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
BTUTTSH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS. RHOISTRATION OF PARJÍKRSHIPS. - The Registra- tion of Partnerships' Bill, brought into the House of Commons by Lord Goderich, has been printed. Tt is no) to apply to registered joint-stoek companies, char- tered corporations, banks, or mining concerns under tlie Stannaries' jurisdiction. The Registrar-Gemeral is to carry out if s provisions, and all partnerships ex- isting on the 3lst December next, or that may be formed after that elate, are to be registered within a month. Every subsequent alteration is to be notified in the same manner, and no house is to be competent to commence a legal action until registration shall have been effected. Upon being required to do so, and on receipt of a fee of 5s., the registrars are bound to call upon any persons who may have neglected to supply particulars ol' their partnership ; and these persons, if they fail to send the necessary information within seven days, are to be liable to a penalty of not less than £5 n...
SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., N. W.; 4 p.m., N. W., weather very fine. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 11.30 a.m. 12 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 7 August 1858
SHIPPING NEWS. TTlNB 1> THE GULP YESTERDAY. 8 a.m , >* V. ; 4 p in, >' W-, weather very fine. Hi«n WATER O> THE BAR THIS DAT. 11-30 u.m. I 12 PT- - ARRIVALS. KH. _ PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For Sydney- ¡staghound on Tuesday, August 10. For Melbourne-Adoon.i, on Saturday, August 7 ; and Burra Burra, on Wednesday, August li. Admella, early. For Western Australia-Firefly and Waitemata, for King George's Sound, early. For Batavia-Triton. VESSELS IN HARBOUR. DISCHARGING. Anna Dixon, brig, 188 tons, E, Underwood, master, from the Mauritius. K. Tapley, ngent. Giles's Dock. Atrevida, ship, 523 tons, McKay, master. Elder, Stirling, and Co., agents, alaciaren Wharf. Put back, having been ou shore. ., . . " t ustral, ship, 50G tons. Martin, master, from London. Com- pany's Wharf. Elder, Stirling, and Co., agents. Burra Burra, (screw-steamer), 396 tons. Harper, master, Melbourne. Hall and Co., agenfs. Belair, schooner, at Le\ i's Wharf, from lightening the ship Oscar. CjPorgeKidd, barqu...
THE COAST DEFENCES OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
THE COAST DEFENCES OF ENGLAND. On the 51 h May n lecture was delivered at the United Service Institution by Colonel Wilford, of the Royal Artillery, on the coast defences of England ; Lord Panmure in the chair. Having enforced, gene- rally, the importance of increasing the defences of the English coast, Colonel Wilford proceeded to consider the plans that should be adopted for fortifying a few of the points most hable to be attacked. In the first instance, the means of protecting London from an attack by a fleet of steamsliips was pointod out. He supposed the enemy to have passed all obstacles near the mouth of the Thames, and to have approached Long Reach. He proposed to place a battery of fifteen or tweuty heavy guns on the south shore, which should be able to fire at the enemy when they approached within two miles. On the north shore a similar battery should be placed, with nearly as exten- sive a range down and a longer range up the river, supposing the enemy's sliips to be able...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
MISCELLANEOUS. Austrian journals state that 20 pupils of the Greek University of Lemberg, in Gallieia, have been arrested on a charge of conspiracy. The Queen of Holland is a decided sightseer. Her Majesty rises early, and is regularly " doing Paris '" according to Galiguani,.i Guide. Advices from Rome state that the health of the Pope causes much anxiety to his friends. His holiness is about to take a journey towards the Neapolitan frontier. Count Valentine Esterhnzy has resigned his post as Austrian ambassador at St. Petersburgh. He is shortly expected at Vienna. His probable successor is Prince Richard Mettcrnich. The King of Belgium intends making great sacri- fices that. Antwerp may be placed in a state of defence. His Belgian Majesty evidently has little confidence in the peaceful declaration of Napoleon III. The difficulty existing between Turkey and Greece, originating in the expulsion of Greek subjects from Bosnia, has been referred to the mediation of England, France, and ...
BAVARIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
BAVARIA. A sort of political crisis has occurred at Bavaria. The Chamber of Deputies lately rejected a project of law on the penal code, on which the Government presented a second; in which were eliminated the provisions the Opposition had chiefly objected to ; but this was also rejected. The King, therefore, dissolved the permanent Commission : and, as a dissolution of the present chamber would only bring back the same deputies, the Government is considering the propriety of modifying the electoral law.
SOUTH AMERICA AND BRAZIL. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
SOUTH AMERICA AND BRAZIL. The Avon, with the South American mails, arrived nt Southampton on the morning of the 12th May. Her dates are from Buenos Ayres, April 4 ; Rio de Janeiro, April 14 ; and Lisbon, May 8. Included in her cargo ave specie to the value of £90,143, and diamonds worth £35,700. The Poictiers, with troops on board for India, was passée! on the 28th ultimo. The screw- steam tran- sports the Golden Fleece and Aeona, with troops for India, were at St. Vincent. The state of Buenos Ayres is at present apparently tranquil. Its army is still, on the north-ivest frontier, in-pursuit of the hostile Indians, who have been obliged to retire into the desert with some loss. The head-quarters are at Salinas, whit h was, until lately, occupied and entirely surrounded by the Indian tribes. The elections for the House of Representatives took place on 30th March ^last. The result was wholly in favour of the present Government, not a single de- puty of the Opposition party having offe...
CATTLE YARDS. August 7, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
CATTLE YARDS. August 7, 185?. Sir. Charles Jenkins reports the market a little better, more buyers coming in, bnt the supply Is'quite equal to the demand The market consisted of 91 horned cattle, c calves, 12 swine, 1 coat, 22 horses, G vehicles. Previous market not reported 37 horned cattle, 9 calves, 19 horses, 5 vehicles.
SALES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
SALES OF CROWÎÎ LANDS. Notice is given that the following portions of Crown ,. Lands will be offered for sole by public auction at the Land "'v Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 12th day of August, 1838, > at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per «*ent. COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide-About one mile west of Stanford and Hurley's. Hundred of Kuitpo. Sec. Acres. 3449 84 3450 82 3451 118 3420 84 34Î3 75 County Light-On Spring Hill Creek, west ot Mount Rufus. Hundred of Julia Creek. C7 122 I 69 ÏS £8 124 | County Burra-East and west of Burra Creek, south of and adjoining the Burra Special Survey, on the south boundary of the Hundred. Hundred of Kooringa 86 622 Sec. Acres. 774 17 775 S3 87 94 202 39 151 190 203 200 96 162 95 8« 96 41 97 136 98 132 99 31 10* 96 1*1 75 102 206 103 172 The following portions ef Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Lund Office, Adela-de, on Thurs- day, the 2Cth day of August, lass, at li o'clock. Deposit, 20 per cent : COUNTRY SECTIONS....
LABOUR MARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
LABOUR 3TARKET. [From Hunt's Labour Office.] Per Annum with Board and Lodcring. Domestic and Deiry Servants. Female. HousekiH?pers. £2"> to £30 Good Cooks. £23 to £-50 Housemaids £20 to £25 Laundresses. £23 to £26 Kitchenmaids, £20 to £23 T'pper Nurse«, £20 to £'26 Nurses. £10 to £20 Nurse Girls, £7 to £15 General Servants, £20 to £26 Dairymaid«, £20 to £23 Birmaids. £40 to £52 Waitresses. £30 to £40 Domestic and Farm Servants. Male. Married Couples, £52 to £60 Ploughmen, (single) .£40 to £52 General Labourers, £40 to .£52 Gardener«, £".2 to £60 Bullock Drners for Farms, Men, £10 to £52 Ditto, Bovs, £14 to £25 Bullock Drivel« for Road«, Hen. £52 to £50 Ditto, Bov. £25 to £30 Bovs to tail Cuttle, £10 to £15 Per week, with the usual Ration« Shepherds (according to dis- tance) 12s to 15s Hutkeeper«, ditto, 10s to 12« Rush Carpenters. 25s to 30«. Fencers, 25« to 30s Cooks, 20« to 23s Groom«, 20« to 25s Ostler*-, 15s to 20s Per Week, with Board and LodritiT-Tradesmen, Batchers. 30s to...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
AUSTRIA. The concentration of Austrian troops upon the Sardinian frontier is occasioning much remark in Piedmont. The Austrian garrison of Piacenza (in the .jyucby of Parma) is continually augmented. Its vio- lence and insolent bearing continually excite the re- sentment and indignation of the inhabitants. One of the officers chose to lodge in the apartments belong- ing to the Marquis Filippo Anguissola who happened then to be out of town. The Austrian officer de- manded the keys, which the valet de chambre of the marquis refused to give up to him. The doors were then broken open, anel the Austrian, in spite of all protestations, installed himself in the abode. More than a hundred persons belonging to the city had been drawn together by the rumour of this outrageous act,' but were obliged to remain passive lookers on at the Invasion of their fellow-townsman's dwelling. The Austrian general in command having ordered the officer to be quartered there, the order was put into execution ...
BUILDING MATERIALS[?] [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
P.UILDIXG 3IATERIAT,S1 [Iïr.TAU. riucF.s ix_ ADELAIDE.] Dwi's, li x 3", per foot solid, od.to 9}d. Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, ojd. Ditto. 9x.% per foot solid. Ted. to sd. Ditto, sT.vhig deep-cut, per foot, o.jd. Ditto, T x 1\, per foot solid, lid. to f.d. Ditto, sawing decp-cuf, per foot, O.'.d. Pine deils, li x 3, per foot solid, S jd. ! Ditto, 9x3, per foot solid. Cid. i Ditto, r x3.ditto, sd. Tongued and grooved flooring boards, G¿ x 1 J, pur foot, 3d. to 3jd. Ditto, 6>¡ x 5, per foot, aid. Ditto, f».J x Ï, per foot, 2d. Balk timber, per cubic foot, .is ed. Red gum, 12 x 4, per foot, Is. 2d. Ditto, 12 x 3, per foot, lOW. Ditto, «» x 3, per foot, sd. ". Ditto, 8 x 3, per foot, rd. D:tto, 4x3, per foot, sjd. Best red Singapore cedar, per foot suner, 5d. Best Sydney cedar, per foot super, rd. Ditto, in logs, per foot super, 5d. to Gd. Stringybark, 4 x 3, per 100 feet,"l6s. Ditto, 4 x 2. per ino ft., us. Ditto battens, per loo ft., 16s. Palings, 6 ft., per loo, 27s. Ditto, ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
PUBLIC NOTICES. SHIPS' PAPERS.-Commanders of vessels are informed that a copy of the Advertiser is forwarded through the Post-OHicc to all vessels in harbour; and are solicited to furnish our shipping reporter (Mr. E. J. Eyre) with any late papers or other important intelligence they may Have for the Press. To DISTRICT AND MAGISTRATES' CLERKS.-3Iinutes of proceedings at District Council Sleeting.«, and notes of local transactions are respectfully invited by tile Editor, who takes this opportunity of thanking numerous Magistrates and Dis- trict Clerks, from whom he has received communications. To COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-Advertisments intended for insertion in the country edition of the Chronicle must be at our oflice by 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday. To AGENTS.-To meet the wishes of numerous correspon- dents on the subject of agencies, unsold copies of the news- papers will be allowed to be returned. It is, however, re- quested that unsold copies be returned promptly; and, to a...
NAPLES. THE CAGLIARI QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
NAPLES. THE CAGLIAltl QUESTION. Tile trial of the CagUavi before the Court of Salerno had been again suspended in expectation of further information from Turin.-English Paper, May 17. I have received communications from Naples, dated May 8. Whether the Neapolitan Government will accord compensation to Park and Watt appears yet doubtful. I should presume, from the dispatch before me, that King Ferdinand and his Cabinet still desire to separate the British from the Piedmontese claims. This is very natural, because the Neapolitan Govern- ment think they could do what they pleased with Piedmont alone* I believe it will be found that Mr. Lyons is conducting the difficult negotiations with »kill. Perhaps he has to complain of the vagueness of the instructions he receives from home. Lord Malmesbury probably imagines that by emplying conciliatory language the King will be taught justice. Let us hope so ; but we have no reason, from past ex- perience, to calculate on such a deshable result. ...
WEEKLY RETURN OF BONDED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858
WEEKLY BETURN OF BONDED GOODS. Vi lum showing the quantities of the undermentioned goods 1U rrceired and .lelivercd In the Bonded Store* at Port Ade- laide during the week ended 3rd August, 1858, and the îquin'ltles remaining in bond at the tenninaUon of the raid wook :- _ gnlri:«, &lt;»allGU3. vis. "Grundy li.nin. Gin and Geneva VHiisXv .. .. Of Wine Cordial* pcrfnaiel Uncuumcsteu' Whta. gallons Be .r. porter, ale, and cider, gallons.. Toi>«e&lt;o.ibs. .M-uiufacturcd LiamanuGictund .. Cigar». Saul*. T«M, "*. OV.fte.ewt. gustar, ewts Refined ifnscjvado .. .. Home ¡ensump tion. 7SJ 1.4SS lil 9,080 Deliveries. S-Jl M M 40 . 3.SM lis Expor- tation. 140 lis n 383 1ST O 11' 11.181 1 a tarO- PAQUALIN. Warsaw«! sas