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

Auctions. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION at the EXCHANGE AUCTION MART. GREEN, PARR, k LUXMOORE. This Day (Monday), August 9, at 11 o'clock 100 boxes Liverpool Soap 4 cases Brown Ginger 10 do. Bleached do. 1 case Candied Peel 60 boxes Thumb Blue 100 bags Native Ceylon Coffee. Same day and hour On account of whom it may eoncern Ex Stately 100 boxes of Price's NO. 1 Sperm Candles. To-merrow (Tuesday), August IO, at 11 o'clock Cast-steel Cross-cut Saws do. Cut Plane Irons Screw Augers Steel do. Ship Carpenters' Adze» J Turners' Chisels * "" Same day and hour Tinware Japanned Table Lamps American Hatchets Same day and hour Hall Door Mata and Bmshware On Wednesday, August 11, at 11 o'clock Final Clearing* Sale at Bailey's Hackney Nursery Choice Bulbs Flowering Shrubs and Plants. Preliminary Notieo. 20 Crates Crockery and Glass, ex Otear On a pay to be named TO-MORROW (Tuesday), August 10. TO DEALERS AND OTHERS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. are instructed to sell, at their Mar...

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

VICTORIA THEVTKF-On ¡yiluidiv event i«; tho» was a full hous", a circutn-etaut* itti ibut ible inrgaViie suretotliepitremageofAIr (rie.r>-v mel Ins e\ptm ln-piu. The peifornuncc coinmtnced with Hie comely of "th» Serious Family" Air ilollovviv, us "Cipta'n Atunliv McGmre," was all that could bj iLsucel, but loo lush to !,' the Irish Rentteman, he li id case and «¡uency, but no«, tin* accent Mr Greville, us" Ynuintlib Sleek 'wes the ch >. feature in this amusing comely Air A Xolson 19 "Vi Charlas Torrens," lost no opp irrumtv ofmiUm«* eve pi it tell Miss Alarie Nelson is 'Mi-, loirens Alisa 1 11 v ^ "Mrs Ormsby Dilmime and Alms S 1 iii as "j,ni 1 adtnirablv sustained their y .in JUS chu icters and ficm nt , eheited hearty plaudits At the fall of tlie em tain the du 1 characters were loudly called foi, "ud as they mdiv leunltv made their appeal ance thej weie gieefcd withivuv mink «it approbation Hie perfoimanees concluded v ith 'Ice in-I visible Prim*«*,' which pis,etl oil wit'...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] [We subjoin a full report of Friday's proceedings in this Court, of which an abstract only appeared on Saturday last.] In re GARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.l [We subjoin a full report of Friday's proceedings in this Court, of which an abstract only- appeared on .Saturelav last.] In re GA it OXER. This insolvent had been released from an imprisonment to which he had been sentenced under the new Insolvent Act, his transactions having taken place during fho operation of tho old law ; and this was an examination with reference to an offer of a composition made by the insolvent shortly before the elate of the declaration of in- solvency. Mr. Goodman Hart was sworn, and stated that a few days before the insolvent filed his petition, Mr. John Haimes (the person with whom Gardner had been living), asked yvitness if he had any wish to keep the in- solvent longer in gaol. He also said that Mr. Gardner had sent him to make an offer to yvitness anel the other creditors of 5s. in the pound. He further said that all the other creditors had agreed to this offer. Wit- ness told him that...

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THE JURIST. [To be continued weekly, under the superintendence of a Practitioner of the Supreme Court.] No. 3.—MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1858. TO THE GENERAL READER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

THE JURIST. [To be continued weekly, under the superintendence of a Practitioner of the Supreme Court.] No 3.--MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1858. TO THE GENERAL READER. Although an accomplished and discerning poet of the Augustan age is warm in commendation of well- timed and sportive mirth-" dulce est disipere in loco" --yet, as a general rule, in Courts Supreme, silence and gravity maintain indisputable sway ; for old Fuller tells us that jesting is lawful only while it "trespasseth not in quantity, equality, or season;" warning us, more- over, that indulged in without caution it makes, "wise   men frown." To appease, then, the clamours of those who would rate us for foisting upon the public (how-   ever useful to the profession) columns of writs and bonds (such as appeared in our 2nd number) what re- sources remain to us--to us, we say, who of all writers are of necessity the driest ? A jocular Jurist ! Mercy on us! would soon become himself a jest; and yet, if we ...

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POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., Mr. Hamilton, J.P., and Mr. Colley, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., Mr. Hamilton, J.P.. anil Mr. Colley, J. P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Seven persons were mulct of sums of 10s. and 5s. respectively for this offence. REMANDED CHARGE.—John Ryley was again placed at the bar charged with entering the house of John Gidley at Plympton on Friday last for an unlawful pur- pose. Mr. Ingleby for the defence. Samuel Nelson, of Plympton, land owner, deposed that he knew the prisoner. About one o'clock on Friday he was told something by his wife which induced him to go into the garden, where he saw the prisoner walking. Went up to him and asked him what he had been doing in his (witness's) house. Pri- soner said he; had some goods for sale, and went down for the purpose of selling them. Witness told him that it was the second time he had been there, and he should give him in charge accordingly. Did so. The charge he pre- ferred was that of being found on his promises for some unlawful purpose...

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

VICTORIA. (From our Correspondent.) Melbourne, August 5. The arrival of the Mail imparted a temporary animation to the otherwise stagnant condition of affairs,   political, social, and mercantile, but this transitory excitement has died away, and people's attention and thoughts have been transferred from the intelligence received to that which may be hourly looked for by   the Mail due to-day. Several hundreds of persons have been added to our population by the arrivals of   the Donald McKay, the Suocco, and other vessels, and the labour offices are again thronged with persons seeking employment. The railways in progress have not absorbed so many heads as was anticipated, and the introduction of the truck system   together with the want of punctuality exhibited in the payment of the labourers employed, have occasioned great discontent among the navvies engaged in constructing the first sections of the line from Melbourne to Sandhur...

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DECIDED CASES. COURT OF INSOLAVENCY. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Mann.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 9 August 1858

DECIDED CASES. COURT OF INSOLVENCY. [Before His Honor Mr. Commissioner Mann.] In the matter of THE ASSIGNEES of BORROW and GOODIAR, on the Petition of the SOUTH AUSTBALIAN BANKING COMPANY-(Lowe). The Court of Insolvency will disclaim jursdiction   under Section 12 of the Insolvency Act of 1857-8, "as between the Assignees and other persons," where the parties are not appearing and submitting to the jurisdiction of the Court, and the question raised is matter not purely of Insolvency, but of General Law: nor has the Court an equitable jurisdiction to     interfere with pending proceedings at law.   [It would be undesirable to omit from the Jurist   at this early period of the proceedings of the new   Court of Insolvency, a case which is so illustrative as   the present of the extent of its proper jurisdiction and     sphere of action.   In the arguments be...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

North Australian Exploration.-In the House of Commons on the 23rd April, Mr. Ilooth inquired whether the scientific results of the North Australian expedition w-ould be published, and in what form. Lord Stanley said the narrative of the proceedings ol' the North Australian expedition had already been printed. The geographical notes had been communicated to the GeographicSl Society, bv whom he believed they had -been published. The notes ob botany had been sent to Sir Vv\ Hooker, those on geology to *Í«V R-^Murphison, and those on natural history to the àatural History Department of the British Museum, but he w-»s not aware that any arrangements had been made for their publication.

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THE DUKE OP WURTEMBURG'S[?] ARRIVAL IN MELBOURNE. RAILWAY MOVEMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Received in Adelaide August 9, at 6.24 p.m. [From our General Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

THE DUKE OP WURTEMBURG'S ARRIVAL IN MELBOURNE. RAILWAY MOVEMENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Received in Adelaide August 0, at 0.24 p.m. [From our (Jeneral Correspondent. The Duke Paul of Wurtemburg arrived in Mel- bourne yesterday from New York in the Mary Bings. The Duke travels under the assumed name of the Count Heigendam. It is reported that the object of his visit is to conduct various scientific researches, and to collect fact«, and specimens illustrative of the natural history of the Australias. The Duke has explored North and South Ame- rica for the same objects as tlioj-e now contem- plated. MB. G 4.BK1ELLI AND THE RAILWAY MOVEMENT. -Sydney papers have arrived to August 5. Mr. Gabrielli has made overtures to the New South Wales Government, on behalf of Sir Morton Peto anel Co., to cany out railway extension in New South Willes ; Mr. Peto to find both men aud money. Mr. Peto offers to construct a line on the same terms from Sydney to the River Murray. [The two preceding messages be...

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MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, August 5, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

MARKET REPORT. Adelaide, August 5,1S.>8. There has been a slight improvement in business since this day week ; and, trifling as it may be in the I effect produced upon prices ruling, it may be taken as an indication of returning confidence, especially as no intelligence has been received from the other colonies during the week calculated in any way to strengthen the tone of our market, either for colonial or imported produce, or manufactured goods. The ineiliciency of the intercolonial telegraph con- tinues to be a source of general complaint, and with the existing arrangements the public seem to haye reconciled themselves to the impossibility of sending telegrams to Melbourne and receiving replies the same day. The Eliza Corn's cargo ol' sugars from the Mau- ritius, intended originally for the Melbourne market, has be'en landed here, and was brought to the ham- mer by Messrs. "Wicks-teed & Co., yesterday, when the following lots found buyers :-80*bags counters at £33, 26...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We copy the following trade report for the month ended May 20,1858, from the Cape Argus of the 22nd . May : At this season of the year business is invariably duli. The trade returns, however,"for the first quarter of Ï85S, as pub- lished in the Government Gazette of the 18th instant, show very satisfactory results. The grand total of articles im- ported for the quarter was 646,366/,, of which articles to the value of 611,337/. were entered for consumption. These im- ports are less than the imports for the corresponding quarter of 1857 by 26,660?. The exports'for the quarter, the produce of this colony, amounted to 471,838/., being an increase on the exports of the first quarter of 1*57 of 132,173?. The principal items that linve contributed to the increase are copper ore, skins, and wool, on which articles the increase has been respectively 12,200?., 25,716?.. and R0_,602/. The war now car- ried on on" our north-eastern frontier between the Govern- ment of the Fre...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

Exploration' of Australia.-Papers relating to an expedition recently undertaken for the exploration of the northern parts of "Australia have been laid before Parliament. They contain a copy of the report of Mr. A. C. Gregory on the proceedings of the said expedition, and the acknowledgment, by the late Colonial Secretary of State, of the s-.-nse entertained by Her Majesty's Government of the skill, intelligence, and firmness dis- played by Mr. Gregory and the other members of the expedition ; to four of these members gratuities of £50 were awarded for their excellent conduct under |Mr. Gregory, their commander. The report of Mr. Gregory is dated from Sydney (New South Wales), 2Uth of August, 1857, and it occupies a space of at least 20 pages of the Parliamentary paper. The capabilities for settle- ment in a portion of the regions traversed appear to be good, especially for pastoral purposes. The great draw- back in North- »Vestcrn Australia is the scarcity of timber ; the climate ap...

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EASTERN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

EASTERN PRODUCE. ¡SUGAR Java and Singapore, Low Brown, pr ton 30 e Yellow, ditto .3¿ 0 Bright, ditto . Mauntius, Brown, ditto. Yellow, ditto Fine Yellow, ditto Bright Clin stahzod. ditto . Bengal, Dark to Yellow, ditto ... Light fellow Ctirvstalized, ditto Cossipore,No 1, ditto. Refined, English, per lb. CJ io 0 0 00 45 0 0 32 10 42 0 Continental, perlb rib 0 0 0 ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74 Crushed, per lb Sjdnej.C Chrv.stahzed, per ton Np l, Ps, per ton Snow di ops, per ton Tea-Congou, per chest 52 0 42 0 59 10 t 0 Ditto, per half-chest.3 10 0 0 7 10 3 15 1 8 0 0 n 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 1 10 0 5J 0 10 0 1 O'; 0 O 0 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 lb 0 e 19 0 0 19 0 Ditto, per lo-catt> box.17 Ditto, ¡superfine, per chest .. .. 8 io 0 000 Pekoe, per 10-catty bo-t.250 280 Ditto, pel hall chest.4 0 0 4 lo 0 Young Hv son, per half-chest .. ..000 0 0 <» Gunpowdei&. Imperial, per 10-catty box 0 0 0 0 0 0 IlvsonSkm. pei chest ..000 0 » 0 Ricf-Java, good to fine, per ton.. .. 20 0 0 0 0 0 Pat...

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BUILDING MATERIALS [RETAIL PRICES IN ADELAIDE.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

BUILDING MATERIALS [Retail Prices in Adelaide.] Deals, 11x3, per loot solid, 9d to9jd Ditto, sawing deep-cut, per foot, oíd. Ditto 9x3, per loot solid, 7¿d to sd Ditto sawing deep cut, per fiot, Oid. Di io, 7 v 2j, per foot solid, 4 j, tool Ditto, savvnig deep-cut, per foot o d Pine den ii x 3 per foot solid s4<I Ditto, 9 x j, per foot solid, 6jd Ditto, 7x3, ditto 5d lougued and grooved flooring bo uds, oA x 1 J, per foot, Id toajd Ditto, bj x 3 per foot, 2|d Ditto ft x ¿ peí foot, 2d Bulk timber, per cubic foot, 4 s 6d Red gum, 12 x 4, per f001", is Al Ditto 12 x - jier foot, 10jd Ditto, 9xJ, per foot, sd Ditto, sx", per loot Til Ditto, ftt,p»r loot, id Best red smgapoie ced u, per foot super, sd Best S\dne> cedar, per foot super, 7il Ditto, m logs, per foot super, 5d to Gd String) bark, 4 x 3, per 100 feet, lbs D'tto, 4 x 2, per loo ft, us Ditto battens, per 100 ft, 169. Palings, 6 It, per 100 2, s Ditto, 5 ft, 1X3- 100, 21s. Posts and rails, per loo, 75s Colonial la...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ALE AND PORTER, &c 6 O 6 O e o o o o o O IO O 9 e 9 O 10 o 0 10 o o o o 0 9 7 15 6 10 7 15 6 IO 6 10 e o « io 6 Ale- £ a. d, Bass's, No, 3, duty paid, per hhd. ..850 AIIsopp'8.7 io o .Siilt&Co,'s,No. 3.7 0 0 Worthington & Robertson's .. .. 7 o o Cobb's, per ditto.0 0 o Charrington's, per ditto.5 10 o Other brands, per ditto .. .. .. 5 10 o Friend's AIlsopp's, per dozen .. .. Oil 3 Byass's Bottled, per ditto .. .. 0 11 o Dunbar's, ditto ditto .0 10 o Marzetti's, ditto ditto.u io o Tennent's, ditto ditto .0 9 o Harper's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 Hibbert's, ditto ditto.o 9 o Bridge's, ditto ditto .0 9 6 Hobson'8, ditto ditto .0 9 o Evans's, ditto ditto .0 9 0 Bass's ditto ditto, red diamond ..096 Other brands .0 7 6 Stout-Truman's XX, per hhd.7 io o Ditto X, per ditto.6 o o Taylor's, ditto .7 io o Hóarc's ditto :.6 5 0 Barclay's ditto .;'.'. .. .. 6 0 o " Whitbread's ditto.5 10 o Miller sditto.6 0* Other brands, ditto .soo « o o Byas...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

TASMANÍA. Hobart Town, July 26.-The market price of wheat is about 7s. fid. per bushel, while flour exhibits no alteration from previous quotations. Potatoes have gone down to a shade under P/ per ton.-Courier. Launceston, July 27.-Flour is dull. "Wheat is quoted 3d. per bushel lower. It is impossible to quote a price for oats. At the Mills-First flour, 19/. per ton ; seconds do., 17/. do. ; bran, 2s. to 2S. Gel. per bushel; wheat, 7s, to 7s. 8d, do.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

The Telegraph.-We are informed that the Victorian Government are affixing a second wire to the posts on the line of telegraph between Melbourne and the Diggings. When this is completed, we may hope for more prompt responses to our messages to Melbourne, and a more speedy communication generally. Hitherto, there lias only been a single wire between Melbourne and Mount Gambier, the said wire having to do service for the gold-fields, en route, as well as for the capitals of the two colonies. Acting on the principle tha t" Heaven helps those that help themselves," our Victorian neighbours, in the time spirit of federation, .. helped them- selves" first-which generally occupied the greater part of each day, leaving our messages to be delivered next morning. The telegraph authorities on the other side excused themselves on. the plea that we had not " battery power** enough in Adelaide. We believe, however, that our battery power was greater than theirs ; and that the monopoly of the wire ...

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THE BEAL PROPERTY ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

THE BEAL PROPERTY ACT. TO TUE EDITOB OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir-It was but yesterday that I had pointed out to me the letter which appeared in your issue of the 30th ult., headed " Conveyancing Charges," intended as explanatory of the exorbitant bill of costs made for   the conveyancing of 20 acres of land. The learned gentleman says the vendor had no title whatever bev ond that of possession. I beg to state I held three titles, viz. :-Halm, sold to C. Newman (Carl Vincent Newman); C. Newman to Anderson, Pollack, and "Wanken ; Anderson, Pollack, and Wanken to S. Hig- gins. For which last conveyance I paid Mr. Milner Stephen six guineas at the time of transfer. The only question raised was the position of the 20 acres on the original section, to ascertain which, and to create de^lay, I presume, as much as possible, I was sent on eight ditforent journeys, covering more than 300 miles, and dance attendance at the learned gentleman's office du 'ng two months, to be requested to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

Summary for Europe.-We shall publish tc: morrow a Summary of news for Europe. Where large numbers of copies are required, it would be esteemed a favour if intimation would be given in the course of to-day.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 10 August 1858

CORRESPOXDEXCE. To GoKREsroNDEvrs -We must still plead for time to bring up arrears, assuring our correspondents that w e are as anxious to accommodate them as any one of them can be to appear in print

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