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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CUfiBHîïï XHF0RT6. SPIRITS fia bond) £j a d «sd Brandy, Uuited Vin. par gallon . 0 7 0 OOO Diti», do. do., per. case 10 0 ISO Ditto, Marten's, por gal 0 7 0 OOO Ditto, ditto per case ..too 150 Do. other brands per gal, 0 5 0 v 6 0 Ditto, ditto, per case ..100 120 Rum (\V. L) per gallon 0 5 6 O « O VMùsky, ditto. OOO OOO Gin (Old lem) ditto.. 0 6 0 0 6 6 Genera, uer case. OOO OOO WINES - (duty pud} - Port, per pipe..35 0 0 50 0 0 Ditto, per dozen. J O O 115 O Sherry, per pipe. 30 O O 40 O O Ditto, per dozen. O 18 O 1 8 tí Cape, per pine. none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 0 3 0 O Claret, ditto. 1 1 0 1 6 O Marsiía, per pipe. 25 0 O 30 O O Ditto, «er dozen. 0 18 O 15 0 PORTEIS Taylor's per fahd... Trueman's. « , _ " a Barclay Perkins' > 6 0 0 5 15 0 Whiibiead'd. Ditto, per dozen. 0 10 0 Oil O Dublin ditto. Der hud 4 10 O 6 O O ALE-London bran as, per hhd. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Sass's Burton, Ne. 3 .. 6 15 0 7 10 O Ko. 2.. ooo ooo Bottled, per doz., Byass1 0 9 6 0 10 6 Ditto, per ...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The South Australian Banking Company and the Union Bank of Australia ¿raw on London, at 30 days' sight, at par. " Bay Bills on London, at 30 '* 7 per ct. dis. « « « 60 <« ji u « <« (< i« QQ ** 8 " " Draw on the Colonies at 3 days' sight, at 5 per ct.pm "Bay " 15 u 1 percudís

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SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Monday, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Monday, June 14. For Great Britain, per Sibella, to London, this day,   at half-past 3 ; per Anglia, to Ceylon and Over- land, on Tuesday, 15th, at 11 ; per Rebecca Jane, to Swansea, ditto ditto ; per Bentinck to   ditto, Wednesday, 16th, at 11 ; per Charlotte Jane, to London, Friday, 18th.     For East Indies and China, per Anglia, to Ceylon   and Overland, Tuesday, 15th, at 11.   For Victoria, per Mary Clarke, to Melbourne, this   day at half-past 3 ; per Ameer to ditto, this day, at 11 ; per Henrietta to ditto, on Wednesday, 16th, at 11 ; per Duke of Cornwall, ditto ditto, at half-past 3.

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. South Australian Bullion Office, June 11, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. South Australian Bullion Office, June 11, 1852. Burras, £104 cash, sellers.  

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. Saturday, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. Saturday, June 12. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Wheat, 5s 6d to 5s 8d Flour, £18 per ton   Barley, English, 4s 6d to 5s per bushel.   " Cape, 3s 6d to 4s Oats, 6s Bran, 1s 6d. Pollard, 1s 6d Hay, £3 per ton There has been some sales of wheat in quantity at 6s per bushel. CHAS J. BARRY.   New Corn Exchange, King William-street.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. — MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

MELBOURNE MARKETS. — MAY 29. No alteration. Prices at Alison and Knight's Mills. Fine flour, £20 per ton. Seconds, £18 do. Bran, 1s 9d per bushel. Wheat, 7s do. Prices at Dight's Mills.—Fine flour, £25 per ton. Seconds, £23 do. Wheat, 8s per bushel. Bran, 2s do. Pol- lard, 2s do.

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MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

MONEY MARKET.   Gold Dust, 69s 3d per ounce. CHAS. C. COLLISON.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

MARRIED.   On the 10th instant, by the Rev. the Dean, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, Francis Robert Hunt, to Sarah Hopkins Ide, relict of the late Mr James Ide, of Mount Barker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

TERMS: £1 16s per Annum, payable ia advance; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements:_For one   inch and under, 3s., and 1s., for each additional inch, each insertion. Printed and published by Andrew Murray, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Rundle street, Adelaide, South Australia.

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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LATER ENGLISH NEWS. By way of Singapore we have English news to the same date as via Mauritius. We observe the subjoined additional items :— (From the 4th Edition of the Morning Herald). The following appointments have taken place since our first edition was published : The Marquis of Salisbury is Lord Privy Seal. Sir John Y. Buller is Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. &amp;nbsp; Lord Desart is Under-Secretary for the Colonies. Lord Jocelyn and Mr Gaskell are Secre- taries for the India Board. Mr George Frederick Young goes to the Board of Trade, under Mr Henley. Colonel Forester will be in the Ordnance Department. The departure of the first vessel of the Australian Steam Company's line is fixed for the 3rd May, from Plymouth for Syd- &amp;nbsp; ney, touching at the Cape of Good Hope, King George's Sound, Adelaide, and Port Phillip. She will have accommodation for 50 cabin and 150 intermediate and steer- age passengers, as well as for 990 tons of &amp;nbsp; freight.<...

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LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LIVE STOCK. The supply of fat cattle at the market this week has been limited, and cattle of good quality realised prices equal to last week's quotation :— There has been no scarcity of fat sheep at the yards this week ; good sheep are worth from 10s to 12s per head. Sheep of ordinary quality have sold at 8s 6d per head for slaughter at the diggings. Mixed Cattle (good lots) have changed hands this week at from 21s to 24s per head. The de- mand is increasing. There is no change to report in the price of work- ing bullocks. Teams in good condition are worth from £35 to £40 per pair. Most of the horses brought forward at the sale now are in very low condition : hacks in good con- dition sell at from £20 to £30. and good staunch draught horses from £40 £63. Horses and drays have declined in price. BEAR &amp; SON. May 29.

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs, Asia, ship, 600 tons, Roskell, from Melbourne. Amicus, schooner, Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel- &amp;nbsp; bourne. Anglia, ship, 587 tons, Gardiner, from Gravesend, 27th January. Ameer, barque, Vellacot, from Melbourne 14th May, and Port Elliott 25th May. Bentinck, ship, 387 tons, Bragg, from London, 3rd December, and the Cape February 19th. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. Champion, brig, 226 tons, Wylie, from Melbourne June 2. Duke of Cornwall, barque, 550 tons, Myhill, from Melbourne, Feb. 10th. Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie, from Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Emu, schooner, 30 tons, Miles, from Port Lincoln. &amp;nbsp; Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Henrietta, schooner, 104 tons, Manson, from Mel- bourne. Hawk, schooner, 128 tons, Davidson, from Mel- bourne May 26. &amp;nbsp; Jane and Emma, cutter, from Robe and Encounter Bays. ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. We have papers to the 29th ultimo, but there is no news of importance. We sub- &amp;nbsp; join the markets :- &amp;nbsp; LAUNCESTON, MAY 29. &amp;nbsp; Fine flour is at from £16 to £16 10s per ton. Wheat is from 5s 9d to 6s. Oats from 5s 3d to 6s 6d per bushel. English barley 5s. Cape ditto, &amp;nbsp; 5s. Pressed hay £6 per ton. Potatos £i. Best &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; bread 10d per 4-lbs loaf. &amp;nbsp; HOBART TOWN. MAY 28. &amp;nbsp; Wheat is firm at 7s per bushel. Oats are in de- &amp;nbsp; mand at from 5s 9d to 6s ditto. English barley &amp;nbsp; 5s 6d to 6s 3d. Cape 5s per bushel. -Courier. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

ADVERTISEMENTS. THE UNDERSIGNED having taken the Iron Store, in King William-street, oppo- site Messrs. Hamilton and Henderson's, is pre- pared to STORE all kinds of GRAIN and FLOUR, at the Chamber of Commerce rates. CHAS. J. BARRY, New Corn Exchange. Adelaide, 31st March, 1852. IMPORTANT NOTICE. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE Ex Sea Queen, Lady Flora, Rosebud, and Anglia. THOS. FUTCHER begs respectfully to call the attention of Wholesale Buyers, Publicans, New Comers, Private Families, and Farmers to his very extensive Stock of the above, consisting of Breakfast, Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Services in endless variety. Splendid Cut Glass Claret Jugs, Water Jugs, Decanters, Tumblers, Champagne and Wine Glasses, &amp;c, with every article suitable for family use. FILTERS! FILTERS!! FILTERS!!! So indispensible at the present season, whereby the impure and muddy water of the Torrens may be purified without trouble, and at a small expense : also, Stone, Bread, and Salting Pans, Butter Ja...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

TO CONSIGNEES. THE DREADNOUGHT &amp;nbsp; having now arrived at her &amp;nbsp; moorings, Consignees are here- &amp;nbsp; by required to pass their entries &amp;nbsp; without delay. A. L. ELDER &amp; CO. Agents. Adelaida, June 14. 1852. IMPORTANT TO GOLD DIGGERS. &amp;nbsp; SOUTHAM'S AUSTRALIAN GOLD WASHING MACHINE. THE attention of GOLD DIGGERS is di- rected to this newly invented and highly effective machine. Mr Southam being ac- quainted with the most approved methods adopted in California for the washing of Gold, believes that the present invention will be found very superior, to any hitherto in use, as it thoroughly washes the dirt, and saves ALL the Gold. The first machine (now being conveyed to Melbourne) was purchased by an experienced Gold digger who has already tested its effi- ciency, and addressed to the inventor the following saifactory communication : Adelaide, May 14,1852. " Dear Sir—From the trial we gave your gold washing machine, I am of opin...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. &amp;nbsp; June 11—The barque Glen Huntley, 503 tons Putt, from London, February 10. Passengers—M, and Miss Samuel, in the cabin. Same day—The Government schooner Yatala, 80 tons, E. Dowsett, from a survey. Passenger — Capt. Lipson, R.N. June 12 — The brig Ferdinand, Groot, from Whampoa. 7 th April, with two passengers. June 13—The barque Selma, 328 tons, J. R. Roberts, from Melbourne, June 6, in ballast. Pas- &amp;nbsp; sengers — F. Bennett, J. Booth, W. Gisdean, A. Fox, D. Catherside, J. Poole, R. Poole, P. Campble, Mrs Campble and child, Mrs Smith, Mr Lockwood, Mrs Puldford, Mr G. Milne, Wright, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Bennett, Montgomery, Mrs do., J. Moun- catson, in the cabin ; Messrs. Gassup, Klose, Marhindal, Jackwood, Scott, Bayswater, Sick, Young, Taylor and Locke in the intermediate; Messrs Wright, Mackwick, Holt, Goldings, Hinton, Symonds, Lambert, Greaves, Deckin, Lisock, Liveston, Pascall, Ritter and son, Spooer, Hatchell, Anderson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PERFORMED AT THE "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET. WITH ACCURACY AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. FOR LONDON DIRECT. Under engagement with the South Australian Mining Association to sail on the 20th June. THE well-armed fast-sailing frigaie-built ship, A 1 at Lloyds' for 13 years, CHARLOTTE JANE, 730 tons, Alexander Laurence, commander, guarantees to take not more than two-thirds her register tonnage of dead weight (the whole of which is engaged), thus effecting a material saving to shippers of gold and all &amp;nbsp; other freight, as regards insurance, besides en- suring the quickest and most eligible opportu- nity that will be offering for some months to &amp;nbsp; come. Her thoroughly ventilated, magnificent, and capacious cabins cannot be surpassed. She car- &amp;nbsp; ries an experienced Surgeon, and the Stew- ard's wife will attend upon lady passengers during the voyage. Cabin plans may be...

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The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide: Monday, June 14, 1852. THE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

The Morning Chronicle Adelaide : Monday, June 14, 1852. THE CORPORATION. ALTHOUGH it seems pretty certain that the Provisional Council, as they were pleased to call themselves, committed a stupid blunder in appointing an election to supply Mr Paxton's place in Gawler Ward ; we regret that any notice was taken of it. There is no doubt that Mr Fisher is the choice of the citizens, and is the most com- petent man we have to act as mayor. We presume that in the steps he took, Alderman Cumming, like ourselves, was afraid that some enemies of the Corporation, might at a future time take advantage of the illegal act of the Provisional Officers to overturn the Corporation. And this is by no means a visionary idea, for in conse- quence of the illegal election of a mayor, the Government were enabled to destroy the last Corporation. This time, however the illegality is committed by Government nominees, and we have discovered that in clause 48 of the present act, there is the following saving p...

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LABOUR MARKET.—MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LABOUR MARKET.—MAY 29. The supply in this market continues very dull, as also the demand, occasioned by the rain. Wages   may be still rated as quoted below : - Married couples without a family, £50 to £60 per annum and rations. Ditto, with family, £50 to £55. Shepherds, with rations, £32 to £35. Hut keepers, ditto, £30. General useful servants, ditto, £37 £42. &amp;nbsp; Bullock drivers, with rations, £50 per annum, or £1 to £1 10s per week. &amp;nbsp; Bullock drivers for the roads £3 per week. Gardeners, £42 to £52 per annum. Cooks, £40 to £50 ditto, or £1 to £1 10s per week. Bush Carpenters, with rations, £40 to £50 per annum. Stock keepers, £40 to £50 per annum. Grooms, £50 to £60 per annum. Carpenters, £60 per annum, or 10s to 12s per &amp;nbsp; day. Blacksmiths. £50 to £60 ditto. General farm servants, £1 to £1 5s per week. Ploughmen, £40 to £50 per annum, or £1 5s per week. Compositors, 1s 6d per thousand. Pressmen, £4 per week. FEMALE SERVANTS. Thorough servants,...

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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

THE POST OFFICE. WE have at various times called attention to the maladministration of this important department, particularly as regards the con- veyance of inland mails, but not the slightest attention, so far as we are aware has been paid to the many complaints that have been made. It is true a Committee of Council was appointed last year, of which Captain Bagot was chairman, to investigate the working of the post-office, but will it be believed that that Committe made a report upon the sole evidence of the Postmaster General? The enquiry was of course a sham and a farce. To give an idea of the answers which satisfied this Committee, we may mention that the Postmaster-General having been asked how the country postal arrangements were &amp;nbsp; conducted, he replied that more frequent &amp;nbsp; inspection would be beneficial, but he would require an increase of the establish- ment, as at present he was too much em- ployed. Now, considering that, as we proved some time ag...

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