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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AHE1VKD. October U-The bi ig Atnie. 202 tons, Harablin from Melbourne, 5th instant, with 28 passengers. CBiBID O0T. r October ll - Tl e brig Mary Clarke, 180 tons, Dickers, from Melbourne. Passengers - Mr, Christie, in the cabin ; Messrs. PennvfolJ, Lilly, W hite, Stewart. Vergao, Gilles, Heinrich, Latten, GaUin, Bourke, Jolly, O'Loch lin 2, Bourke, Christie, and Thompsou 2, in tbe steerage. EXPORTS. Cargo per Mary Clarke-163 legs hardware, Padman and Co. ; 20 bugs flour. Gaffney ; --15 bags flour, 76 bags bran, Ottoway ; 50 kegs hardware. Harrold ; 100 baps floor, Bickers ; 36 deal«, Acraman and Co.; 223 bags flour. Montefiore ; 200 bags flour, Croaker ; 35" bags flour. Bryden ; 107 bags floor, 6 bags beans, 1 box oilmen's store, 1 case ironmongery, Just ; 13 puncheons whiskey, Beck aud Co. ster Up to the hoar of going to pres« this morn- ing, our as aal Shipping Report has not reached us.

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. 1 UK GOLD ASSAT OFFICE^-Thé quantity of jjold deposited on Tuesday, waa 2,738 on. 17 dwta 6 {irs., which, valued at £3 ll« per ox, amounts to..'. ¿9,722 10 3 and, adding the total value ot previous deposits, vis.. £1,177,485 17 ll gives a present total of.£1,187,208 17 2 DfcUVKnv br GOLD INGOTS.-lite following are tu« deliveries since our last : South Australian Hanking Company.-Nos. 4006. 4111. 411-2, 4114, 4119. 4131, 4132, 4134, 4144, 4H6, 4148, 4149,415fli«4 1*1,4152, 4153, 4151, 4155, 4158, 4169, 4204. 4205, 42<*. 4207, 4208, 4209.' 4068, 4070/ 4105, 4133, 4135, 4136, 4139,. 4145, 4160, 4162, 4163. 4164, 4163/'4166, 4175, 4176, 4188, and 4189. Union Bank of Australia.-No«. 4110, 4113, 4156, 4157, 4172, 4118, and 4161. bank of Australasia. - Nos. 4120, 4122, and 4138. SODDEN DEATH.-Hermann Appmann, a German residing in tiie neighbourhood ot Hiuilmarah-square, while walking down the south aide of Bundle-street on Wednesday, suddenly fell d.»wn. The passe...

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The Morning Chranicle. This is trae liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaule; Ihursday, October 14. 1852. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

<£Jje Jitarning Cjjranirle. Thia is trae liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, maj speak free." -Euripide». Adelaule ; Ihursdx !, October 14. 1^52. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITU- TION. CEBTJUNLY, great credit is due to the members of tbe Legislative Council for the patience and Beal which they evince ia devoting, day after day, close and protracted attention to the subject of political reform. Usually, when this topic ia to come) on, every member is in bb place ; the discus- sion is animated and earnest ; motions for adjournment aie rejected. Daylight may disappear, but honourable members will not desert their posts until some kind of result is altai ed. The misfortune is, that no practical good seems likely to ensue. Tbe Council is in a fair way to stultify itself. Having affirmed by a majority of two to one votes, that some amendment of the Constitution is needed, members reject all proposed alterations and modes of effect- ing them, and will soon find t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to e sure aitenfon to any contributions, that the name and address of the writer should accompany them If Correspondents wish to remain con cealed from the public, we will keep their secret, but to guarantee their good faith they must be known to a«. TUE KLOOOT CABTBIAGK. - A. tale hearing this j title, furtiiähed by au esteemed correspondent, : wi 1 appear iii our uext BLACKBALL.-It is better to let the matter rest for the present.

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THE DUEILILO. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

THE DUEILÍfc THE heroism - of - one .«ge^i.beconies bar- barianism in the nej^ abd follyl in the third- Nothing more cîeariy iUos#ates the progress of society: than tbe ßwx&avre changes of public opinion ut reference to personal conflicts. In rude times, physical strength and animal courage aré adored «s,, the attributes of deities and demigods. Jn> such times, a good sword and a strong arm are not only the most cogent of- reasons, but are universally reverenced 'es - the. highest and best appeal. A succeeding age catches glimpses of the truth that might is not synonymous with right; and though sometimes the arbitrament of arms is ap- pealed to, it is done reluctantly, and .wilbla, conscious -sense of wrong doing. With ad - vanoing intelligence, the conviction spreads and deepens that the practice is as ridiculous as it is ruffianly. The first age admires the fighting man as a hero ; the second dreads him as a ruffian ; the third laughs at bim as a fool. . Tbe world appea...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. " Andi alteram partem." MURRAY NAVIGATION SCHEME. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

THE OPEN COLUMN. *' Andi al te ram par tem." MURRAY NAVIGATION SCHEME. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." Sir-May I, through the medium of your valuable columns, beg to draw the attention of that portion of the South Australian public who are well wishers to the inland trade of the vasti continent of New Holland being brought to South Australia, to the following facts. When the great Murray échenlo " was first agitated by His Excellency, the Lieu- tenant-Go vern or, in 185Q, I, with five others, was deputed by the settlers of the South to represent their views of this great; national question, and we waited upon His Excellency with a memorial in advocacy of his plans, on the 5th of September in that year. From that time to the present hour, I have not ceased to attempt hy every means in my power to secure the successful accomplishment of it. For some months I; remained in town, at much personal trouble and expense, in endeavouring to get written and authentic information fro...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. On Wednesday, October 20* SAMSON, WICKSTfiKD, & CO.. Are insti ucted to sell at auction, at the Mart, ot 12 o'clock SEVEN CASES IRONMONGERY, consisting of Sheep shears Flour dredges Candlesticks Latches Bolts Plate locks Rim locks Squares Sailors' palana Toasting forks Screw bird shell «ngura Butt-hinges "Screws tn endless variety] files '.Brass-headed nails Chest hardies "Shutter screws 'Hat pins Mane Combs Screw pulliea Compasses Tacks Key rings Chisels Squares Snuffer trays Planes Ckwt, batten, and Flemish nails Tea paper and Slates. STEAM FROM MELBOURNE TO LIVERPOOL, rORMIN'G PAKT OF THE EAGLE LINE OF PACKETS. THE Iron Screw Steamer GREA T BRITAIN, 3,500 tons, and 580 bone power, B. R. Mat- thews, commander, will be dispatched for Liverpool in November or December. This magnificent ship, fitted up with every possible convenience, has just performed ber trial voyage to New York in the most satis- factory manner, and with remarkable rapidity. Fully equipp...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIllCULAtt. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIllCULAtt. ' Tiie diggings at Echunga continue to be carried on with very fair success, idough no monster nug- gets have been found. The number of licences iKsued during the week has been 195. making ia all about 560. Many nf those now wording consist of .parties on their way overland to Mount Alexander, »bo have resolvvd on giving it a mouth's trial. Mime of these, after working fur a short lime, have given np the idea of |»r«ceeding farther, being sa-is fi e. I that it is more profitable to di? so Hear home, even if they obt ia only one halt of what they mi^lu piocare at Mount Alexander. The rains which fell in the early part of the week, especially in the hills, ha va aa yet prevented the bottoms of the guilt ys from being p oprly tested hy deep sinking, but this may be BOO.-I ex- pected to be accomplished as the dry weather comes on. The diggers geiie'ally apne.r sari-fiel with what they are doing, but it is very difficult tn ascertain with certainty what their ea...

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE ANTI-STATE-CUURCH MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE ANTI-STATE-CUÜKCH MOVEMENT. We recently felt it our duty to defend what is called the union of Church and State against the desire for separation ex- pressed by tome Churchmen, who feel that, if the Church were freed from the restric- tions which of necessity, grow out of the existing union, she would be able to exert herself with greater vigour in the accom- plishment of those ends for which she was founded, and has been preserved. . . Dismissing so much of the argument on behalf of the union as applies to them, we turn to those who, from very opposite motiv.es, are labouring to bring about the same innovation on oar ancient constitu tion. Those who have this object at heart consist chiefly of a few gentlemen afflicted with a chronic uneasiness of soul, who, for want of better information about things in general, have duped themselves into the belief that nearly all the evils of English society result from the legal establishment of the English Church ; and,...

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ANOTHER AFFAIR OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

ANOTHER AFFAIR OF HONOtJR. Extraordinary as it maj appear, the fol- lowing correspondence bas just been put into our hand«, with full permission to make what use we please of it. naring first offered it to a buttecman who refused to name a price for it, we beg to present it to our readers : - Gander and Egberts, frpast 3 p.m. " Mr Dimil y presents his compliments to Mr Whitey Brown, and has been requested by Mr Lavender Kidds,, to inquire' whether Mr Whitey Brown admits the remark attributed to him with reference io the Influence bf MJV Lavender Kidds on the female customers to the lr.ee and fancy department of pur great es- tablishment." " G. and Es, 20 minutes past 3 p m. " Mr Lavender Kidds begs-to acknowledge the communication from Mr Dimity. Mr Lavender Kidds adopts the remark attributed to him, with reference to Mr Whitey Brown, and refers Mr Dimity to Mr Gingham Twill for any furtber explanation/* These two lettera were followed by an interview between Mr Gingham Twill and Mr...

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POLICE COURT Monday, October ll. Before fi. B. Wigley. Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

POLICE COURT Monday, October ll. Before fi. B. Wigley. Esq. John Böhnes was fined £1 for an auaalt apon Poface-coDstaole Murray ia Hindiay-street, on Saturday night. Tuesday, September 12. Thomas Maslin, upon the information of In- spector Beading, was fined 5* for allowing his horse to go astray ia Wrigfat-s:reet, on 1 hawday, October 7. Thomas Vicary was charged hy Lawrence Mc axüiy with using abusive language to him, and with throwing stones at complaiuaot's bouse ia Carrie-street, on the evening of Thursday* the 7th October. Fined Sa and costs. James Chapman and Roba* Neoton, charged by Ur Se*du.g with riding tm their drays .iltaont reias^^o their norse* «ra Che tort-road, were re fpîct!v% fined tO*. fwoc Dewsm was charged with fokjatons!/ steal usg and carrying away 12 ounces of gold dust, 11 * property of W illiam Boat, upon the Stu day of J al.v last. William Boss, bo timan at Fort Adelaide, deposed that he was at Forest Creek in June la&t, «hure ha 1 saw Mr Tolmer. C...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, October il. Captain Freeling (Chairman), and Messrs Hewitt, Giles, and Chamberlain, were present. Gepp's Cross.-Mr Abbott's teuder for cer- tain repairs was accepted. Finance.-A letter was read from the Cole nial Secretary, slating that an additional sum of £500 would bc placed at the disposal of the Board, and that £450 would be allowed for re- pairing the Bay-road. loll on tit* Port road.-A letter from the Colonial Secretary (already published) on this subject was read, as was-al so a letter from the Secretar}* of the Burra Mining Company, objecting that drays passing to the north should be subject to the toll, as they would only pass over one-eighth* part of the road, and hoping that'ttie'bar. would be fixed above the place « h"ere~salRli drays lum off from" the Port-road. Mr Chamberlain said the northern drays could .have no cause of complaint, as they would travel over 24 miles ot gocd road be- tween the Port and Gawler Town. The Chairman said that t...

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AN ENGLISH DUKE ON NOMINE EISM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

AN ENGLISH DÜKE ON NOMINE EISM. i Tax Bake of Newcastle, io a debate io the House of Lords on the second reading of the New Zealand Constitution Bill, which took place on the 22nd of Jane, gare utterance. to sentiments in reference to Nomineeism and an Upper House of As- sembly, which will be read with much in- terest here during the present political ex- citement, attendant on the discussions res- pecting amendments of the Constitution in the Legislative Council. We extract from the noble Duke's speech, as reported in the Times of Jone 23 : "There wai, however, ope part of the. Bill of which he could not approve. He referred to the principle which had been adopted with regard to the constitution of the Upper Chamber of the Legislature, ia which there was a complete departure from the Bill upon which this measure was founded. He certainly thought that the Government ought to have abandoned the principle of nominee appointments in the Upper Chamber. The effect of continuing the nomin...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TOKSDAT. OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12. Messrs. Anea«, Davenport, Ellis and F. H. Dutson, were absent. Private Bill. On the motion of Mr GVTYXKE, the Standing Orders were suspended and a Select Committee, consisting of Messrs. Hall, Baker, and Ycung I husband, was appointed, with leave to report the following day upon a priva'e Uiil entitled "Section 2,112 Settlement Bill, Survey li" Mr GwVNXE gave notice that he should move the second reading to-day. Ballway Loan Bill. On the motion of the COLONI AL SECRETABT the second reading ot this Bill was fixed for to-day. The honorable gentleman laid upon the table a letter dated June IGch, from the A «runt General relative to the order for Railway Stock, also an enclosure from Sir William C ibiit estimating the stock and machinery for the Adelaide and Port Railway at £10,000, ' The correspondence wis ordered. to- be printed. Select Committee on Emigration. Mr NEALES obtained an extension of time until Tuesday the 19th instant, to brin...

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SHIP MAILS. Tharsdav, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1852

SHIP MAILS. Thursday, October 14.   For Great Britain, by the Omega, to Bombay and Overland, this day. For Victoria, by the Gloster, on Thursday, the 14th instant, at half past 3; by the Queen of Sheba and Margaret Brock, on Saturday, the 16th instant ; and by the Barbara Gordon, on Tues- day the 19th instant. For Western Australia, by the Louisa, on Thurs- day, the 14th instant, at half-past 9. For the Cape of Good Hope, by the Omega, to Bombay. For East Indies and China, ditto, ditto.

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

FOR MELBOURNE. nHE fine Powerful Steamer L * tATA, 638 tons, and. 250 horse- power, Captain Batten, is expected here from Batavia, about 7th instant, and will be'despatched im- mediately thereafter for Melbourne. Passengers desirous of proceeding by thia eligible opportunity are requested to leave their names «nd addresses at the Office of the Undersigned. Hindley street, 4th October, 1652. J. BECK. & CO., FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine fast^aáling and favourite first-class barque BARBARA GORDON, 338 tons register. Wm. Lilley, commander, with dispatch. For freight or passage, the cabin and steer- age accommodation being very superior, apply ~o the Captain, on board ; or to C. CLEVE Sc CO., or to, J. F. DUFF, Town and Port. October 6, 1852. FOR MELBOURNE. To follow the "Anna Dixon." THAT favourite barque MARGARET BROCK, 310 tons, James McMeckan, commander, will sail for the above Port This Day, the 14th istant. All passengers are particularly re uested to join the vessel at noon. Fo...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, October 15. Before H. B. Wigley, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1852

POLICE COURT. Friday, October 15. Before H. B. Wigley, Esq. Robert Dyball was brought. up on remand j charged with stealing from the Brecknock Anns | tn« window sashes, tbe property of James Allen. lt is supposed that the sashes which were re- j covered, and deposited in the safe keeping of Charles Henry, barman at Mr Line's public boase at the Horseshoe, hare been again {feloniously re- moved from thence. The prisoner was committed to tale his trial at the Local Court on Thursday next. Thomas Smith, also a remand case, was folly com- mitted for trial at the next sessions for stealing a ! pocket-book containing £23, the property of John j Layton, a police-ooustable, now on Escort duty, on ¡ the 5tb instant. ?tv

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, October 13. LIMITED JURISDICTION.-CE I MIK AL SIDS. (Before Mr Justice Cooper.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, October 13. LIMITED JURISDICTION.-CE I MIK AL SIDS. (Before Mr Justice Cooper.) McCarthy v. Marvel.-An action for as assault. ! Finad Is, complainant paying costa. Landseer v. Waldock.-Also aa assault case, arising out of damage dose to complainant's mare, in eoi>«iHJHei»ce of defendant driving against her on the Port-rôad on Tuesday, the 5th instant. Remanded till this day week, for evidence. CIVIL SIDE. STBOOR V. HATDEK.-Action for money lent. Ver J ¡ct for plaintiff £6 7s ed. t'aoss v. tíoMBEESTOKK.-This was an action j upon a dishonoured order for £4 value of 200 nails, liefernd to arbitration.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1852

I.UPO UNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Brighton I One grey mare, long uil, like FM «ear shoal' ! der ; one grey filly foal, no brand visible ; oue, [ bay filly, long tail, black points, star in fore- head, like - near shoulder; one bay colt, JW long tail, black points, like )-H near shoul- der ; one dark brown filly, long tail, off hind fetlock white, no brand visible; one dark brown colt, étar'ih forehead, long tail, bleck points, like XI near shoulder; one bay horse, switch tail, off hind fetlock white, star in fore- head, white stripe on nose, like I near shoulder; one roan colt, long tail, white stripe down face, an illegible bratid like ^ conjoined near shoul- der. If not claimed, will be sold November 8th, 1852, at noon. HENRY HIGHET, Po und keeper. i Impounded t\t the. public pou ad. Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One yellow and white bullock, white back, belly, and tail, like PM uear ribs, like 4 top of off ribs, black mark II $ < - on neck off side ; o...

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BOSS'S SHAfiE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 16. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1852

BOSS'S SHAfiE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 16. 1852. Barras - No sales daring the pa»t week. Gold, 13 Us to £3 ils 3d cash, beyers. Sovereigns, iud, premium, seller»; 6d, ditto, buyers. Money Ditto, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 129 per cent, on Burra Shares. Apply to J F. BOSS, broker.

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