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MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT. At five miaute6 after 5 o'clock, on the 27th of February, - ';.* The Earl of Derby rose, and in a- long and' very eloquent speech detailed the course the Government intend to pursue, he explained the motives which had induced him to accept ! office, and, after paying a graceful tribute of admiration to the public and private virtues ' displayed by the Marquis of Landsdowne dur- ing bis long political career, proceeded'tbA Hay that though the resignation of the late Admin- istration had taken him completely by surprise, he had determined not to shrink again from the responsibility of forming a Government. With respect to our foreign policy, the course he meant to pursue was that which he was con- vinced was best calculated to secure the bles- sings of peace, and this could be best effected by observing towards foreign powers, a calm and temperate policy, by adhering to the letter to the obligations imposed on us by treaties, and by respecting in the eause of al...

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CONDITION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Morning Advertiser, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

CONDITION OF SOUTH AUS- TRALIA. Morning Advertiser, Feb. 3. We have been favoured with a persnal of an interesting letter from Adelaide, South Australia, addressed to Mr Bennett, ' of the Piazzas, Covent-garden. It gives a I graphic account of t he position and pros- pects »f that great colony. That portion I of it which refers to the political wants of ; South Australia will be read with special ; interest at the present time, when the I whole question of the government of the j colony is about to be brought before . the British Parliament. The writer says : " In the London limes of the 14 th of April, I see a long article on Sir W. Moles wonh's motion, in which particular notice is taken of a fact which was not previously known here, that Lord Grey had conceded j to Canada the right to modify their civil I list. This is just what they want here, and the entire control of all their revenues. As it has been conceded to Canada, it mnst be allowed to all the other colonies, when they ...

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THE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

THE CORPORATION. THE Municipal Council are on tho whole proceeding with judgment and vigor, but there ie one point in regard to which they j have displayed great weakness : we allude to the new election for an Alderman. We regret excessively that they should at so I carly a period have displayed a want of self reliance, and that they should so soon have ! begun the old offensive system of annoying I the Government with frivolous doubts and difficulties. The question appears to us to j be exceedingly simple, and to be regulated with the greatest clearness by the Corpora- tion Act. I An extraordinary vacancy has occurred by the resignation of an Alderman, and the vacancy must be filled up. Now, tho 42nd olause provides, in most explicit terms, for such a contingency. The citizens entitled i to vote, " shall, upon a day to be fixed hy "THE COUNCIL, elect another citizen to " supply such vacancy." What have the Council according to the Act to do ? Why, only to fix the day. After that th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

TO BUTCHERS, SHEEP-FARMERS, AND OTHERS. BARCLAY AND WRIGHT, MELTERS, &C are BUYERS of KIDNEY, CAUL, and ROUGH MUTTON PAT, at 4¿d and 3d per lb., Cash on delivery. I Highest price also paid lor good Mutton Tallow. I Freeman-street, near the Yoong Queen Inn TO THE CURIOUS. COATS OF ARMS, Portraits, Memoirs, I Views, &c, to the amount ot several hundred thpusands, relating to any Name, Family, or Place, can be had at the address belowj as they are all arranged alphabetically ; any name, common or uncommon, can be found instantly. They may be purchased singly or in lots. Five thousand different Portraits of Wes- leyan, Baptist, and Congregational Ministers; a set of curious prints on Freemasonry, &c. I " FREDERICK STRONG, Printseiler, Rnndle-street, Adelaide, Opposite the Carriage Bazaar4 and at Abbott's Lane, Kermode-street, North Adelaide. IMPORTANT KOTieá. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE Ex Sea Queen, Lady Flora, Rosebud, and Anglia. TUGS. FUTCHER begs respectfu...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

ADELAIDE mes eunnmr. IMPOSTS. SPIRITS (¡a bond) * BV 4 * « d Brandy, United Vin. per gUlon 0 7 0 OOO Ditto, do. do., per. case 1 O O. ISO Ditto, MarteU's, p*r gjd. O 7 O O ll o Ditto, ditto per ease i O 0 1 5 » Do. other brands per gat 0 5 0 «.6 0 Ditto, ditto, per ease .. 1 O O t - *» Rum (W. L) per gallon 0 5 6 0-0 Whisky,ditto. OOO 0-0 O Gin (eld Tom) ditto.. 0 6 0 o 6 » Genera, mr ease. OOO OOO WINES - (doty patt} - Port, per pipe. 35 O 0 50 O O Ditto, per dozen. 1 0 0 115 O Sherry, per pipe. 30 O O 40 O O Ditto, per dosen...... O 16 O 1 8 ó Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 O 3 0 0 Claret, ditto. 110 16 0 Marsala, per pipe...... 25 O O 30 O O Ditto, oer dozen. O 18 O 15 0 PORTEE Taylor's per hhd. Traemaa's ....... £ S 0 0 5 15 O Barclay Perkin*' r Whitbread'a...... Ditto, per dozen. O 10 O O ll O Dublin ditto, »er hhd .. 4 10 O 6 ß O ALE-London braaaa, per hhd.. 6 0 0 7 O O Bass's Barton) No. 3 .. 6 15 O 7 IO O No.3.. OOO OOO Bottled, per doz, Byass* 0 9 6 O 10 6 ...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

EXTRACTS. TUE KEW -CHANCEIILOB. OF THE EXCHE ?QVES. AMD HIS COKSTJ-TCENTS.-The Right lion ii. Disraeli has just published the fol- lowing adddress to the electors of the county of Buckingham : " Gentlemen,--Her Majesty having been graciously please to call me to her Majesty's Privy Council, and appoint me Chancellor of the Exchequer, I resign into your bands, according to-the salutary principle of the Constitution, that office which you in- trusted rr.e to as your representative in the House of Commons. But as I will not believe tha*. thc favour jof our Sovereign can be any disqualification for the confidence of her Majesty's loyal subjects, I have the honor to state that ou the 12th inst, in our county hall, I shall again venture to claim your suffrages for the high distinction of being your member in the House of Com- mons. " Thc late Administration fell to pieces from internal dissensions, and not from the assault of their opponents ; and notwith- standing the obvious difficultie...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

-? GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 24. . APPOINTMENTS.-Mr John Western, 7th Clerk, i Post Office; salary, £100 per ann om ; Mr H. Allies, Clerk, to the Emigration Agent. Edward j Fricker, Wards man Adelaide Hospital, vice A. H. May, resigned. j CiNTBAx ROAD BOARD.-A statement of ei pennditnre by this Board in 1851 is published, from which it appears that the amounts expended were as ¿illowa : North-road. £5,752 7 9 South-road. 5,957 1 Ó Eastern road _. .. . 7,601 4 2 Port-road . 6,880 8 9 Wellington Ferry. 254 3 2 Establishment . ... 1,806 4 9 Grants... 3,283 O 0 Roads-Park Lands. 150 0 0 District Roads . 1,540 10 S Destruction of Thistles . 835 16 2 North-eastern Road. 462 19 0 £34,523 15 0 Repayments-Carriage Licenses 2,707 0 0 Total .£37,23!) 15 0 The Chairman reported that a large chart of the colony, one inch to a mile, was commenced, and in i advanced state, embracing the settled districts from Encounter Bây to the Borra, and from the M array to the Golf. - TBE GOLD HOAX.-T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

MELBOURNE GOLD DIGGINGS. Delivers Goods on the Wharf. 1H.AT favourite barque MARGA RE V BRO CK, James. McMeckan, commander, 3l0 tons, will positively sail on Tuesday next, June 29th, at noon. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to J. F. DUFF, King William-street ; Or at his Stores at the Port, Com- pany's Wharf. S N.B. ~ Passengers hy this vessel are re- quested to be on board by 10 o'clock, as she will be punctual to time. June 21, 1852. The Cheapest Books ever Published. ON SALE AT PLATTS'S BOOK WAREHOUSES ANEW and Uniform Edition of WASH- INGTON IRVING'S WORKS. In Sets or Single Volumes. In Fancy Boards, 158. per dozen ; bound in cloth, full gilt, 2s per volume. Ditto, Two vols, in One, 3s 6d per volume. Alhambra Astoria Bracebridge Hall Columbus, Life and Voyages of Companions of Columbus, Voyages of the Conquest of Granada Captain Bonneville's Adventures Life of Mahomet Lives of,the Successors of Mahomet Oliver Goldsmith, a Biography Salmagundi Sketch Book...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PKKFOKXKD AT TBS "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 sai&i on the 1st July. THE well-armed fist-sailing frigaie-built 6hip, Al at Lloyds* for 13 Tears, CHARLOTTE JANE, 750 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 shippen of gold and all other freight, as regards insurance, besides en- suring the quickest and moat eligible opportu- nity that will be offering for some months to come. Her thoroughly ventilated, magnificent, and capacious cabins cannot be surpassed. She car- ries an experienced Surgeon, and the Stew- ard's wife will attend upon lady passengers during the voyage. Cabin plans may be seen at the Exchange ; also at the off...

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THE GOLD BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

THE GOLD BULLION ACT. THIS Act is permissive, not compulsory. Thc Governor was empowered to establish a smelting, assay, and bullion establishment for the purpose of making ingots. The Banks were empowered to receive those ingots, and to tender them in payment of notes, cheques, bills, claims, and demands. But 1 these operations on both sides were volun- tary, and there is no penalty for non-per- formance. The mutual consent and co- operation of tbe Governor and of the Banks is hence at all times necessary for the efficiency of the Act, and either parry can at any time annul it. The Act was passed merely to meet an emergency and to avert a danger. So soon, therefore, as that emergency and that danger passes away, the Governor on the one part may shut up the Assay Office, the Banks* on the other may refuse thc ingots, and Jthe Act, of course, may be practically snipended b^ either of the parties ; except that till the 3lst January next (.unless the Queen dis aliows the Act) the Banks...

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

LAUNCESTON MARKETS-JUNE 12. The sale of grain since our last has been dull. Wheat 6s. Oats 5s 9d to 6s. Fine flour £16 to £16 10s. Seconds £15. Barley 5s 6d to 5s 9d. Potatoes £4 5s. bread 10d 4 lb loaf.-Chronicle.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Nil. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.   Nil.   CLEARED OUT.   JUNE 24-The barque Ameer, 460 tons, Vellacott for Melbourne. Passengers -Miss Clark, Miss, Nicholls, and Mr Morgan, in the cabin ; Miss Ligar,   Mr and Mrs Vendar, Messrs. Dwyer, Bichett, Clair, Fillett, Shaw, wife, and three children, Mullard, wife,     and two children, Keefe and wife, in the steerage.   JUNE 25 -The brig Lady Harvey, 145 tons, James     Hay, for Melbourne. No passengers. JUNE 26-The ship Anglia, 570 tens, Gardiner, for Point De Galle. Same day-The schooner Daphne, 55 tons, Wm.   Smyth, for Melbourne. In ballast.   EXPORTS. Cargo per Ameer-583 deals, 429 battens timber 249 deal ends, 651 boards, 121 half-battens, 95 battens, 227 batten ends, Elder & Co.; 88 loads sawn timber, 28.000 palings, 2000 trenails, 5,500 palings, J. F. Bonnett ; 41 pkgs., A. Douglass ; ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

LOCAL NEWS. MURDER.-A revolting murder was commit- ted at Makgill, on Saturday morning, by a man named Daniel Horgan. He had beat his wife the night before, and in the morning about   six o'clock he got up and commenced (as was his custom) beating a little girl of three years, the child of his wife by a previous husband. His wife took the child from him and carried it outside, where she left it. The villain then went out, and in a minute or two, the poor wife heard her child scream. She went out and   found it dying. She carried it to a neighbour named Mrs Ryan, but the inhuman wretch re- fused to take it in. The mother then carried the child to the house of a Mrs Kelly, where it breathed its last, Dr. Wark was immediately sent for, but life was extinct. Dr. Wark said at the inquest that the neck must have been wrung and drawn. There was the greatest difficulty in getting Mrs Ryan to take the oath. Horgan it seems had frequently threatened the life of the c...

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SUPREME COURT. IN EQUITY.—Friday, June 25. [Before both the Judges.] EXPARTE, PAXTON AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

SUPREME COURT. IN EQUITY.-Friday, June 25. [ Before both the Judges.] EXPARTE, PAXTON AND OTHERS. The Crown-Solicitor with reference to the verdict obtained by Mr Dewhurst against the executors of   the late Mr Stocks, prayed foran injunction to pre- vent execution for £975, the amount of the verdict,   till the Court should decide an equity suit at the instance of the executors, claiming profits from the firm of which Mr Dewhurst is the surviving partner, on wool shipped by the late Mr Stocks. He said the share of profits coming to the executors of Mr Stocks, if they established the claim, would be up- wards of £4000. They were willing to invest the amount of the verdict in Burra shares. The Court granted the injunction, directed the payment of the money into Court, but intimated that they would probably sanction its investment as suggested. -«-?

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SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, June 26, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, June 26, 1852. Burras, Sales at £121 10s cash, and £122 cash. The closing price is £122 to £123 cash, sellers. The high price of gold, and the few eligible investments offering, has caused more attention to these shares. Gold, £3 8s 9d to £3 9s. Cash price to the diggers £3 8s 6d cash.     Sovereigns, 5d to 6d premium. Money, 15 per cent on Freeholds, or on Burra Shares at £100 eaoh. Ditto, 20 per cent doing on Assay Certificates at £3 per ounce. Apply to   J. F. ROSS, Broker.

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS—JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

HOBART TOWN MARKETS—June 12.   Wheat in demand, may be quoted at 7s to 7s 3d per bushel, a good sample having changed hands since our last at 7s 2d. We have no other altera- tions to note.—Courier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

TERMS: £1 16s per annum, payable in 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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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga — One dark bay   mare, black points, strawberry back and rump, shod all round, no brands visible. If not claimed, will be sold on the 19th July, 1852, at noon.   W. R. BELL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham—One red and   white cow, white back, belly, and tail, like JW   off thigh; one brindle cow, white bag, like WM   off rump; one red and white cow, white back, belly, and tail, illegible brands off thigh, lion   one black and white spotted heifer, good         deal of white about it, no brand visible ; one   white heifer, few red spots, no brand visible;   one black and white spotted heifer, no visible   brand ; one dark red curly-haired poly heifer, no brand visible. If not claimed, they will be...

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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NEW INSOLVENT. James Wansborough, of Sandy Creek, near     Gawler-town. IMPRISONED DEBTORS— To be heard. W. Martin, 2nd July, at 11.   John Calder, 2nd July, at 2.   TO SURRENDER. J. F. Boyd, 1st July, at 12. Thomas Jones and James Bowley, 15th July, at 2. Geo. James, 8th July, at 11. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED —Unless Cause   be shown to the contrary. J. S. Clark, 2nd July, on or before 11. Robert Carr, July 9th, at 11. Charles Ware. 16th July, at 11. James Pile, 16th July, at 2. AUDITS. F. A. Harris, 29th June, at Eleven. William Hodge, 29ih June, at Twelve. J. S. Crabbe, 29th June, at One.   Carl Leopold, 29th June, at Two. Smith and Bishop, 5th July, at 11.   Charles Foulkes, 5th July, at 1. Hugh Jenkins, 5th July, at 12. H. F. Spear, 5th July, at 2. Isaac Pike, 12th July, at 11. James Iron, 12th July, at 12. DIVIDEND MEETINGS. — Creditors to attend and Prove. Jeremia...

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SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Mondar, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852

SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Mondar, June 28. For Great Britain, per Anglia, to Ceylon and Over- land, this day, at half-past 9; per Charlotte     Jane, to London, Thursday, July 1st; per Surge     to Batavia and Overland, Saturday, 3rd, at 11.   For East Indies and China, per Anglia, to Ceylon, this day, 28th, at half-past 9; per Surge to     Batavia, Saturday, July 3, at 11.   For Victoria, per Duke of Cornwall, to Melbourne, this day, at 11; per Mazeppa, to ditto, Tuesday,   29th, at 11; per Gazelle, to ditto, Wednesday,   30th, at 11; per Kiwi, to Geelong, ditto ditto.   Biscuit.—Mr Wilkie quotes biscuit as follows: cabin 30s, pilot 27s, and ship 24s per cwt. Messrs. Barker & Co's prices are, for ship 24s, and cabin 30s per cwt. Bread.—The bakers are generally selling at 5d the 2lb loaf.

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