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DECISIONS IN THE SUPREME COURT. [Errata in the first number of the "Jurist."] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

DECISIONS IN THE SUPREME COURT.' [Errata in tlie first number of the "Jurist."] Hayes v. Oldham.-For " a secoiid trial will not ha granted," read " a third trial,*' &e. Chapman v. Fetherstonhaugh.-For " Costs of the application in chambers to be paid by the defendant " read " by the plaintilf.*'

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VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

VICTORIA. INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH. j Arrived in Adelaide Saturday, August 7, at 5 p.m. I [From our Commercial Correspondent.] j Melbourne, August 7. I Business to-day partakes of the usual Satur- day's dulness. Nothing is stirring, and of course quotations remain unchanged. The Stag has arrived from tlie Mauritius. Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Monday morning, August 9, 2 a.m. No further telegram has been received up to this hour.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

?ïEW SOUTH WALES. By the Admella we are in possession of Sydney files to the 31st of July. There is nothing of stirring im- portance. The particulars of the Yass mail robbery as announced by telegram in the Advertiser ol' the 4th instant, will be found below : PARLIAMENT AU y PROCEEDINGS.-On the 30th of July, in the Legislative Council, Sir Alfred Stephen brought in a bill " to Provide for the Punishment of Frauds committed by Trustees, Bankers, and others," which was permitted to be read a first time, on the understanding that it should not be pressed forward t Iii** session unnecessarily, but should be referred to a select committee. Dr. Douglass gave notice of his in- tention to move for a series of returns bearing upon the question ol' Chinese Immigration, and its effect upon the export of gold to China. In the Legislative .Assembly, in committee on the Electoral Bill, the franchise clause was discussed, the clause regulating the qualification of members being postponed. The cla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

THE WOOL CATALOGUES : ERRATUM.-Ilya printer's error in our impression ol' Saturday, Messrs. '-Stirling and Co." were represent«?d as having furnished us with a file of Wool Catalogues; it should have been "Messrs. Stilling and'e». "

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YANKALILLA. [From our own Correspondent.] 4th August, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

YANKALILLA. [From our own Correspondent.] 4th August, 1858. To-day Messrs. AVickstecd, Botting, Townsend & Co. sold by auction at Hibbert's Yankalilla Hotel, the cattle, horses, and a section, the property of the late Mr. George Shannon. There was a very numerous attendance for a Yankalilla sale, which may be owing to the circumstance that the day was very line, and, perhaps, to the announcement in the advertisement that a lunch would be provided. The cattle were first put up and sold as follows :-The pick from £4 to .£7 per head ; the remainder, from 35s. to £2 10s. per head ; the greater number of the horses were bought in at rather high prices. Bona fide, sales were effected at from fir» for light to £35 los. for something approaching draught horses. The section was then put np, but the bidding not being high e.iough, it was withdrawn, and ultimately sold at £400.

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

SHIP MAILS.   The following is the official list of mails to be dispatched on he dates undermentioned : General Post Office, Adelaide, August 9,185». Mails will be dispatched as under: For Great Britain, per contract packet, to Suez and over- land, via Melbourne, on Wednesdav, August 11, at 2. For New South Wales, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Wednesday," August li, at 2: by the Stag hound, to Sydney, on Tuesday, August 10, at io. For Victoria, bv the Burns Burra, steamer, to Melbourne, on Wednesday, August 11, at 2; by the Adcona, to Mel- bourne, this day, Saturday, August T, at 2. For Tasmania, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Melbourne, on Wednesday, August li, at 2. For Xew Zealand, by the Burra Burra, steamer, via Mel- bourne, on Wednesday/August 11, at 2 ; by the Staahound, via Melbourne, on Tuesday, August, io. at io. For Western Australia, bv the Fire Fly, on Tuesday. August 10. at 12 ; by contract packet, to King George's Sound, on Wednesday, A...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

lîiutrfeer. ADELAIDE : MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1858. \YE have been supplied from a private source with some later particulars relative to the state of affairs in China, and to the effect which recent and still pending proceedings is likely to have upon the China trade. AH the communications placed in our hands are from an eminent Hong Kong firm, there need be no doubt as to their authenticity, whilst the dates are such as to give increased value to the intelligence. "With the exception of what wc now publish, Ave believe that the latest advices published in this colony are to the 22nd of May, per steamer Singapore. "We are able by the steamer Xorm to bringdown I Hong Kong dates to the 5th of June. j The most exciting piece of itilt-iligence is that which announces the capture of Xingpo by the rebel forces. This populous city is now entirely in the hands of the besiegers, all the foreign residents having lied for safety to the British vessels of war, the unfortunate Chinese in. habitan! s ...

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THE ABORIGINES' FRIENDS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

THE ABORIGINES' FRIENDS' SOCIETY. A meeting of the Committee of this Society was held at the South Australian Companv's Offices, on Thursday last, the Lord Bishop of Adelaide in the chair. The minutes of last meeting being read, the Lord Bishop said that he was deputed to bring forward the question of a native school at the Goolwa, in conse- quence of the unavoidable absence of the gentleman who had given notice to that effect. The subject hav- ing been opened b3- His Lordship, the following resolu- tions, proposed by the Rev. R. Haining, and seconded by Mr. S. Goode, were carried : " That it is the duty of the Christian public of this colony to offer the means of Christian education to such aborigines, adult or children, as may be willing to accept it. " That from authentic reports received by this Committee, it appears that between 30 and 40 children might be expecteel to join a scheiol in the neighbourhood of the Goolwa. "That the Government be applied to for the retiuisit.' supp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

TriE REV. THOMAS".BIXNEY.-Amongst the passengers per Admella, arriving on Saturday j evening, was the well-known CongregationaLst Minister, the Rev. Thomas Binney, of the Weigh-house Chapel, London. Mr. Binney has visited the Australias principally for the benefit of his health ; but if he is only half as well appreciated here as he is in England, his ap- pearance amongst us will be for our advantage also. The rev. gentleman was at Freeman street Congregational Chapel on Sunday morn- ing, but did not preach. At the close of the service he received many pressing invitations from some of our well-known citizens, but he gave the preference to his old friend and fellow minister the Rev. T. Q. Stow. The public of South Australia will, doubtless, have several opportunities of seeing and hearing Mr. Binney before he takes his leave.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

MB. GREGORTS HORSES.-The surplus horses of ?Ir: ?r%or>' s expedition were sold by auction on Friday last by Messrs. AVicksteed, Botting, Townsend & Ca at the Corporation-Cattle Yard. About thirty horses were brought to the hammer, rough looking customers, rough but good withal. The attendance was very lair and respectable, rana ing from the curious to the " metal " fander. The merits of Mr. Gregorys horses having become generally known in Adelaide, there was rather a lively competition, and consi- dering the appearances of the animals, the sums realised were not at all disheartening, 28/. per head being the average at the sale.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

THE Gregory entertainment (reported in another part of our paper) went off very satisfactorily on Saturday last. Notwithstanding sundry little disputes preceding it, and the general feeling that the enthusiasm of the public had been chilled in consequence, the affair was very successful. White's large room was completely filled, and the company included " representative men" from amongst the various classes of which, whether recognised or unrecognised, society in reality consists. The numerous attendance was, however, due in a great measure to the reduced charge made for admission ; and had we pos- sessed a still larger room, we doubt not, with a yet further reduction in price, that there would have been a proportionate increased attendance While on this theme we may as well detain our readers for a minute longer. It may be worth while considering whether an occasional public banquet would not beneficially vary the pro- gramme of our colonial entertainments, which alternate between ...

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LOCAL COURT—CLARE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. [Before Mr. J. W. Macdonald, J.P.] CIVIL SIDE. DENNING V. YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

LOCAL COURT-CLARE. THURSDAY, AUGUST r>. [Before Mr. J. AV. Macdonald, J.P.] CIVIL, SIDE. DENNING V. YOUNO. Action foi ITS fid , for ramage of a box from Gan lei Iii this case the plamtift i anted payment by measurement instead of dead weight, a« the box w is one cwt TheComt gave ludsment for «s tel, the amount tendered by defendant, without costs A nions! xv rnwcis Action for 4/ ils , for hou&e rent Judgment foi the full amount claimetl and cost* CRIMINA! sjnr Anusn F Ii y.XGii VCF -J Y< Daniel appeared to the charge of using abusive language towards one Susannah Lampe} Hie pal ties weie auvised to live moi e peaceably in luturc, and, on the promise ol defendant not to annoy the plaintiff, the case was witliinavvn Kight case-, stand ov ei i.n vv ant of a full Com t

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THE MEDITERRANEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

THE MEDITERRANEAN. MALTA, MAY 12.-Lord Lyons, in the Royal Albert, with the Centurion and Conqueror, has returned, pur- suant to telegraphic order, from Corfu, and has been cruising in Malta Roads since yesterday. The Prin- cess Royal haï left for Alexandria, with 654 rank and file of the 57th for India. A reinforcement of 3,700 Ottoman troops, in a steam line-of-battle ship and transport, passed Corfu on the 7th for Kleck, on the Adriatic.

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WHEAT AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

WHEAT AND FLOTTK MARKET. Fine flour, £17 ins. to .ii« io«.; wheat, rs. Gd.; bran, is. Cá. : barlev, En<*li«h. 6s. Od. : Cane. 5s. ; oats. none. " COWIE & ASPINWALL, Grenfc-ll-strcet. August 5, 1858. F'onr, .£1T 10s. to .?18 10s. -, wheat, TS. id. to rs. Rd. ; bran, is. fid. ; polhrd, is. 9d. : English barley, 6s. to 6s. ed. ; Cape barley, 4s. Gd. to ;s. ; oat«. 5». BARRY & BAYLY, li, Currie-street. August 6, 1S5S.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

IMP0UNDING8. Impounded at the Public Pound, Echunga-One light straw- berry bull stag, short horns, brown ears, stump tau, branded like EK near rump. If not claimed, will be sold August 8 . 1858, at noon. JOSEPH PEPPER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Willaston-One white bul teck, rather hoop horns, brush off tail, like MC or MO near ribs, like AP or AB off rump. If not claimed, will be sold August 9,1858, at noon. JAMES McCONE, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, in the Township of Vic- toria, near Kapunda Mine-One strayvberry cow, yvhite back, belly, and hind legs, red ears, indistinct brand near ribs ; one red heifer calf, white belly, tail, and forehead, no brands visible ; one red heifer calf, little white on back, belly, and t iii, no brands visible ; on? red bull calf, little white on belly and hind legs, no brands visible If not claimed, will be sold August 9,1858, at noon. RICHARD ROWETT, Jun., Poundkeeper. Impounded at the Public Pound, Mount Barker-One ...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

TURKEY. The Paris correspondent of the Morning Advertiser eays it is asserted in diplomatic circles that France and Russia have addressed a note to the Porte to the effect that they do not recognise the claim of Turkey to Suzerainte m Montenegro. A letter from Cattaro, in the Agram Gazette, says a large force of Turkish regulars have arrived from Con- stantinople, and ten other battalions are expected. Preparations for resistance are being made in Monte * ^negro, but no hostilities have taken place. j Advices from Ragusa state that two Turkish men - jdôf-war, the steamer Silistria, and a siiip of the line, n with, 500 men and 12 guns, have-anchored in the har- bour of Glek. Hassam Pacha is at the head of the expedition. A letter from Constantinople of the 20th savs :_ " The celebration of the Hirkahi-cherif, or adoration of the mantle of the prophet, took place yesterdav. The ceremony was performed in a large hall at the seraglio of Top-Capou. In caskets of elegant workmanship, and ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. [?]a.m., S. W.; 4 p.m. N. W., weather [?]zy. [?] WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 2.30 a.m., 3 p.m.. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., S.W.; 4 p.m., N.W., weather hazy.   HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 3:29 a.m. — 3 p.m. ARRIVALS Saturday. August 7-the screw-steamer Admella, 287 tons, R. McEwin, master, from Melbourne August 8th- Brown and Isbister, agents. Passengers from England via Mel- bourne per Donald McKay - Mr T. Fox, Mrs. T. Fox, Mas- ters Thomas and Richard Fox, Misses Louisa. Ellen, and Mary Fox, and Catherine Scold. From Melboune- Rev. Thomas Binney, Mrs. T. Binney, Miss Hancock, Mrs. Mor-   rison, Messrs. Simpson, Creane, Deane, Hays, Rockfort,   Rodriguez, Gray, Mrs. Gray, and Mr. and Mrs. Abbot, in the saloon; Messrs. Carl Jalliff, H. Host, J. Young, J. Cadman,     J. Jones, Mrs. Jalliff, Caroline Louch, M. M. Parker, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Stripe, John Stripe. C. Barry, William and Sarah Francis, J. Sawley. J. Witt, H. Adamson, C. Harrison, W. Morgan, G. Strong, C. and W. Strong, and Mrs. H...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

Shipping. IO MELBOURNE DIRECT. The screw steamer HURRA BURRA, ' 350 ton«! register. A. A. Harper, com- mander, will leave on Wednesday next, the 11th Augnst, at 8 o'clock. For freight or passage, apply to de HALL "& CO., Town and Port. \OR MELBOURNE.-The new steam- ship ADMELLA positively sails on Thursday, the 12th inst. BROWN & ISBISTER» Agents, d4 Üilbort-Place. F S1 «TEAM TO GUICHEN BAY. NOTICE.- During the following ¡"month* the steamer ANT, Frederick P. Snewin, Commander, will sail between the above ports every alternate week only viz. : FROM P~RT ADELAIDE. Tuesday,.. ..{ 13. 27. August 10, 24. FROM GUICHEV BAY. Friday, July 16, 20. " August 13, 27. September 10, 24 " September 7, 21. '. September 10, . Hour of sailing from Port Adelaide-1 o clock p.m. Do. do. Guichen Bay-3 o'clock p.m. (Weather permitting.) For freight or passage, apply to ORMEROD & CO., Robe ; or here, to ms WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., k CO. FOR W; 10R SWAN HILL, ECHUCA, and WAHGUNYAH.-Th...

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COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [From our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, 5th August, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

COMMERCIAL. VICTORIA. [rrom our Commercial Correspondent.] Melbourne, 5th August, ]sr>s. I had only time cn the 2nd inst. to advise the arrival of the Ion; bvenlue May niMl. On the same morning I dispatched a i «Timm, ¡rivins a. few of the ellie/ heads of information ¡is cu'led in a rapid glance over tho papers to hand. I hope this was the telegram which, according to the. Airpis of this dav, first annomxMl to the Adelaide people the welcome intelli irence: the lînrni left al«ut noon, and while I am writing, von will, in all probability, bo digesting the news brought hy- the Victoria, The ex'pe^tatións formed of i« continued fidiiiür ofT in shipments from the "old country" have not, unfortunately for the trade of these Colonies, been realised, the exports "for April shewing an excess over March of .£226,000. and when we consider the cheapness of money at home, and »lie speculative propensities of "John Bull," it is s-arcely to be wondered at ; the only fear now is. that advices t...

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ENTERTAINMENT TO MR. GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

ENTERTAINMENT TO M?. GKEGOJiY. The mu« h Hiked of cnlcrta iinunt to Air Giegoiv w is held | at modock on Siturdav afternoon at AA hi*c s Y^scinblv I Boom wlu« h ivas t istelullv detoi ited w itb ti ig« und b mnu s tor tin. occasion \ccommod ltion w is- pi i\ «led 1 >i lb mt 500 pi rs ins linn w is itiblc extending ncirl) tin «liol width of thcrooiinttheiastun md it «Inch thepiiniipul gmsts issimbled and there wen lour longitu hu ii table* tin portions ol «Inch nuir< st to tin. ( h mm m wen iKo illottcd to distinguished Msisitoii Bitw eui 2 0 mil ¡00 pi wins Mt down ol i\ hoi i bli wini o and 60 win lidus including I iK i 31 it Donn II 1 adv Coopir Mis Bibbigi Mi and Miss Aoun^huohmd Airs Sioit &e Hie lutiitunmmt ii fleeted ! M eat credit upon ARssrs VUlnd_c null ivston bj «bonn | « is piovulcd I here w is in abuud mt supplv of ti» dainties of tin cason both i« lcspects siibst m i il M mils iiirtiiiss it I Hu (bin « mot upml bv tin linn I * Dutton « 011111111 «i...

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