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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. The quantity of gold offered for sale has mate- rially diminished during the last fear days, and only a few stray parcels hare been obtained, for which £3 Ils 3d per ounce bas been given. From the huge quantity bioaght by the last escort, it was expected that tbe market would have been well aapplied, bot this has not proved to be the case. Those receiving gold are not new so pressed for money as once they were, and may be^holding back, which may acoount for the limited supply. Considerable.arrivals of diggers from Melbourne have taken place lately, and maay are reported on their way home, while some who had intended going have changed their minds on hearing the state of matters at Mount Alexander, where it appears gold is more difficult to be got. It is quite possible that new and extensiva discoveries may be made, but without these it will be more profitable and mach more sate for working men to resume their ordinary occupations, and leave the search for gol...

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LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER TT. I have to mention an important fact wnich ought to be extensively known, and which, I have no doubt, will be confirmed by all re- turned diggers, viz., that it will be time enough in six weeks hence co go to the diggings. At present it is almost impossible to sink holes to the requisite depth on account of the rush of water. Diggers just returned constantly ex- press their wonder «hat is to become of the thousands who are going up. I may also re- mind intending diggers that there is no chance of their getting accommodation in Melbourne. Every house is chock full, and people are now arriving from England by thousands weekly. Bents are at a fabulous price. You will perceive by the papers that new diggings of the richest description have been found at Eureka, on the Geelong side. The Ballarat diggings are likewise exceedingly rich. New diggings hara been found 40 miles N.W. from Ben Jigo, (nearer South Australia of course): at a place called Einloche ...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Punch, in coming: np the stream, ran aground about a mile below the North Arm, where she still remains. The Maid of Auckland narrowly escaped des traction by fire on Friday evening last. The fire originated in the galley, and for a while excited great alarm, bat was ultimately subdued without serióos damage.

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THE BISTER COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

THE BISTER COLONIES. The most important intelligence fron the neighbouring colonie* is the state ol the markets, which will be found very follj reported in their proper place. New SOUTH WAMS.-On the 1st in- stant, two Bills were read a first time ic the Legislative Connell, one entitnled, " An Act for granting a Civil List to her Majesty, with the Schedule as amended by the Governor-General j1* the other, "An Act to confer & Constiution apon New South Wales." The second readings stand for the 7th of December next. The Corres- pondent of the Melbourne Herald, writing Oct. 5th, says:-"Nothing worth notice has occurred in Sydney since I wrote you on Saturday, by the Shamrock. Political excitement has been replaced by farinaceous speculations, and the whole chit-chat from Government House down to Brickfield HUI, and from Balmain to Darlinghurst, is about the price of breads and the means of punish- ing ' those scoundrelly bakers' for giving light weight. Such a thing as a bona f...

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

MAURITIUS. Aug. J7--Both wheat and floor are becoming j acaree, and gook floor has bas found bajera at ad- j vaneed prices ; lil casks American of first quality sold at 10 drs., and another parcel of 50 casks sold at the same price. The flour in store being generally stale is very difficult of sale at from 4 to 5 dollars. Indian wheat is worth 2'70 to 3 drs. There is now t nly a small quantity ol Cape oats on hand, for which 3-2% is readily paid. The market is indifferently supplied, and the demand brisk.

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VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

VAK DrEMEN's LAND. HOBABT TOWJT, Oct. 5.-There is very little ! business doing in the wheat market, 12s per bushel j being the quotation. Oats are at from 9s to 9s 6d j per bushel. Flour has advanced in price being £38 | to £40 per ton. Bread is at 7d per 2lb loaf. All : other articles of produce are at high quotations. | LAUNCESTON, Oct 6 -Prices have continuad to 1 advance since the arrival of the steamer, and first { flour has been sold at £35 per ton ; wheat 9s 6d i per bushel ; oats at 11s 6d without bags ; bread ' ls 3d per 4lb loaf. |

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THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

TILE CONTINENT. j Letters from Rome state that the Pope is I threatened with dropsy, and that the state i of bis health gives great uneasiness to his I physicians. Hitherto every effort has j been made to conceal hts danger from the public. Considerable sensation had been created in France by the escape of the celebrated Algerine Chief Bow Maza, who had been allowed to visit several public places in company with a guardian, to whom he had contrived to give the slip. Illegal and po- litical societies were rife, and numerous operatives had been fined for belonging to them. Vice Admiral Arnon Dessausayea died at the advanced age of 74. The Bel- gian Ministers had sent in their sesigna tion. Government securities yere feeble, but considerable confidence wps manifested in railway shares. Grand preparations were making at Strasburg for the recep- tion of the President of the Republic. Letters from Kossuth had been seized in Italy, which had led to the arrest of a large number of persons. ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I ANONTKOUS COST RIB ÜTIONS.-It is requisite to ensor« attention to any contributions, that the name and addressof 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 ba known to ns. AH OLD COLONIST.-We are sorry to refuse yon, but we really rannot spare the room it would occupy. E. ACCOST, M.D.-The correction should be ad- dressed to the Observer, the paper in which it is alleged the misstatement appeared.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

THE "MORNING CHÄONCLE." MR HENRY WOOD, Accountant, has been appointed Collector to this Paper, and all persons indebted to the Proprietor are requested to pay their accounts to no one else excepting at the Office, in Rundle street. " Morning Chronicle" Office, October 7th, 1852

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

EDUCATION OF ADULTS, With Specified Results. THE UXDERSIGNEi) has long been ac- customed to teach Ladies aud Gentlemen Latin in One Hundred Lessons : French in Sixty; Arithmetic in F.fty ; Geography iii Forty ; Grammar in Forty ¡ and, after Gram- mar, Composition in Forty. The Undersigned had the advantage nf learn- ing from Hamilton, VVoou, at-d Pillans, in their own Class-rooms, the peculiarities ot tt eir respective improvements. JAMES MACGOWAtf. KOW PUBLISHED. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALM ANACE. FOR 185-2. THIS is the tenth annual publication of this useful work, and the publisher confi- dently trusts that the reputation it has at- tained will be fully maintained by :he present edition. The Work can be obtained at the Office of the Morning Chronicle, and of all the Adelaide booksellers. I »JVRY ERE YOU DESPAIR. HOLLO WA VS PILLS. CORE OF ASTHMA. Extract of a letter Jrom 3Ir Jienjanun Mackie, a respectable Quaker, du ted Cromayh, near Longhall, Ireland, September 14, 1818. To Protes-...

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MPONDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

1MPOÜNDINGS. Impounded at ike public pound, Section ! 7557, Gawler KivtT, Munno Para-One dap pie grey mare, small switch tail, like JT near shoulder ; one iron grey filly, black points, i ke JC off shoulder ; one lough bay colt, blaze JC down face, near hind «nd off fore feet white, no bram s visible ; one black or brown filly, white on forehead and nose, switch tail, ZC near neck; one light bay mure, small star on forehead,«hort tail, saddle mark, like TU near ribs, X near shoulder; one dark bay gelding, black points, small star on forehead, no brai ds visible i one dap| le grey gelding, l.-titk points, ! long tail. S3 <£ shoulder; one black mar", I star, ou forehead, long mane and tail.no brands , visible, t ay foal by her tide ; « ne white bul- j bick, hoop horus, two'fore feet strawberry,' JU cinjoMied indesci¡balde brand over like 2 i or 7 umier off ruin*', ¿VU near bbouhter, like I writing G J CC under near ribs 4 one black j bullock, cock horns, white on hetty, rum...

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COLONIAL MASKETS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

COLONIAL MARKETS. SrDNET. TH s MILLS. - Messrs Barker and Co : the prioe 1 of colonial wheat i* merely nominal, little or none i coming to market. Floor has advanced to £32 for fine, and £30 for second quality, per ton of 2000 lbs. Apprehensions of a scarcity have caused great excitement among speculators in the flour market Bran is 8 3d per bushel wholesale.-Mr Breillat : very little wheat has been offered for sale j daring the week; a parcel from Van Diemen's Land was sold at I ls 6d per bushel. The increased de- j uland for flour bas caused à further rise. At these j mills it is now quo ed at £35 per ton fine, and £30 j seconds. Bran ls 3d per ba she'.-Messrs Furlong and Kennedy : very little wheat is now arriving', and best samples are now selling at 10s per bushel. ! Fine flour £35, and seconds £30 per ton. |

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CüßßENT. IMPOSTS. SPIrUTS (ra bood) $ sd Cad Brandy,United Tin. oaf gülaa. o-is o O IS O ; dado., per.caw lop I I* 1> Ditto, Martelra, pergal. 0 12 o 0 0 O ! Ditto, ditto percas* l jo O I il o' I Do. other brands par gal. o 10 .0 OOO Ditto, ditto, per eau 1 5 O ; 6 0 Kum (W. L) per gallon 0 4 6 OOO VYbiakj, ditto.... ISO OOO Gin (Old lom) ditto.. 0 8 0 0 9 0 Genera, jjer case. OOO OOO INES - {tfaty pais} _ Port, per pipe. 48 « O 85 O O Ditto, per doten ...i.. ISO 200 Sherry, per pipe. »5 4» . 0 40 O O Ditto, per dosen...... 14 0 1 13 0 Cape, per pipe. BOB*. Champagne, per dozen SOO '.. ? O O Oferet, ditto. \ 5 0 I IO O Marsala, per pipe. 0 0 0 OOO i Ditto, mr dozen ...... ooo OOO POBTEtt Taylors per hid ... \ Tmeman'a ..« f Barclay Perkins* .. > * . « « « Whitbread'*........ j Ditto, per donen. O IS Ó 0 0« Dahlia ditto, uer had .. 4 IS o OOO ALE-London Dranes, per thd. y o o o O O Bact*a Borton, No. 3 « 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled," per dos,. ¿....^ o ll O 0 18 O Ditto, p...

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared to receive i Gold Dust for assay auder an Act No 1, of 1S52, on Tuesdays and Fridays, faeween the hours of IO a.ui. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, most be brought to the Assay Office, ia tho Government Bnifdi iga, King William*. > street, between the hours of lu a.m., and 2 p.m, ou 1 tiesdays'and Fridays. I 2. Ko parcel of Gold leas than twenty cooees in weight will be received. 3, Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the ofSoe, the Government Assayer, or his assistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of ita recetyt, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed »nd smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the <irder,.of the owuer. 4. The above-mentioned entry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

TERMS: £1 16* per annum, payable in advance ; £t credit. Caab terme for. Advertisements:--For one inch and nader 3s, «od Is fir each addition* inch, each" insertion. Printed «id published I» Andrew Murray, at tb« Morning Otrmniete Prjutmr Office, lundie* street** AdcUeJa, tatt Auttatis,

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 21. LARD SAU.-The following portion« of Crown Lands will be offered far sale by public aoetien, at .the Local Coori {loose, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 25th of November, 1852, at 11 otaluek. Deposit tu per cent.: - COSXTBV SrcTlONS. -County Adelaide, Saetera Sources of the Torrens, Uncured of Talunga. Plan 129. Lot. Sec Aeres. Trice. £ 7229 7054 79 79 7 ¿30 70S» 74 76 7231 7u5i 80. «.» 7 ii 7 57 89 86 7333 7058 83 8» 7234 7«i PO 80 7.35 7u?0 74 76 Cooa ty Adelaide, near Hpant Crawford, Barossa Surrey, Hundred of Barossa. 7336 «41 60 80 County Adelaide, west of Mount Crawford, Barossa Survey, Hundred of Barossa 7237 989 83 82 County Hindmarsh, «esr Philcox Hill Tri^r> nouietrieal Station, Handrad of Aracel Abfiel a. Pian loi. 7238 289» 25 25 7¿39 £83« 17 1? Const/ Hindmarsh, Currency Creek Sortey, Bao» j dred of Nkangkit*. PUu ?6. I 724Q 2409 80 £0 [ 7-241 24 lt 8» 60 7241 2412 8 ) 80 7243 Ï4I3 96 96 7244 24 6 SS 85 7245 2417 8 J 80 Í Coanty Hi...

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. AN EXCELLEGENT EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. AN Ë&CELLËNT EXAMPLE. 1 A cause, which was tried the day before yesterday in the Court of Common Pleas, affords us a pleasing opportunity of con- trasting the conduct of professional war- riors with that of civilians, where what is called " the point of honour " is concerned. As long as evil passions retain their hold upon the human breast, BO long will there be causes of offence. Brutality of temper -overweening self-conceit-contempt for the feelings and opinions of others, will occasionally display themselves in action, however tn neb die tone of society may be refined. Collision must of necessity ensue, if such a term be ri/»htiy applied to the one-sided strife in which one maa inflicts and another tolerates injury. In such a state of things it is idle to pour forth jere- miads upon the evil tendencies of human nature, or to suppose that by any ßoeial contrivance we can altogether extinguish the smouldering fire of envy, resentment, ?and other petty pa...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, «as 4,841 ozs. 0 dwts 2 gr a., which, valued st £3 1 ls per oz, amounts to. £17,185 ll 4 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,234,177 14 2 gives a present total of.£1,251,363 5 6 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are ths deliveries since o;ir last: South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 4179, 4182, 4186, 4213, 4320, 4321, 4322, 4323, 4324, 4325, 4327, 3932, 4184. 4227, 4-282, 4283, 4284, 4287, 4310, 4318, 4319, ¡4177, 4311, 4316. 4326, 4328, 4329, 4330, 4331, 4332, 4333, 4334, 4335, 4336, 4357, '4359, and 4419 ¡ Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 4212, 4344, I and 4399. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 4337, 4338, I 4339, 4340. 4341, 4342, and 4343. THURSDAY'S LAND SALE -The attendance this day was very small, and there was very little competitive bidding. The following are the particulars of the sale : TOWN SBCTTOSS. Cotintv of Hindmarsh-Township of Port Kiliot. Secs. Area. Purchasers. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

FOE MELBOURNE. TUE fine Powerful Steamet JAVA, 538 ton«, and 250 horse- power, Captain Batten, ia .expected here from Batavia, daily, and will be despatched immediately ?thereafter for Melbourne. Passengers desirous of proceeding hy this eligible 'opportunity aTe requested to leave their names and addresses at the O mee of wie Undersigned. For passage only, apply to F. J. BECK & CO., Hindley street, 4th October, 1852. FOR MELBOURNE. * fTJHE well-known favcmnre r^l^és,. JL schooner «-»«SSv HA WK, $¿¡g¡jgBgfí Captain Gillman, will sail to- morrow, and has only room for * few cabin passengers. WM. YOUNGHUSBAND & CO. FOR GUICHEN BAY. . fTlHE cotter J3|vf\ X JOSEPH LEE ARCHER rtjKsK^\. will sail for Guichen Bay in a ^ÈfiEHN week, CApT TAPLEyr Port. THK ADELAIDE EDUCATIONAL IN- STITUTION, Ebenezer Chapel School Koora, Rundle street ; Conducted by John L. Young, King's College, London. COURSE OF 6TITDT. English Grammar and Elocution Writing x. Arithmetic "Geography-Descript...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1852

STEAM FROM MELBODBNE TO LIVERPOOL, FORMCXQ PART or THE EAGLE LINE OP PACKETS.; THE Iron Screw Steamer OR EAT Jl RITA IK, 3,500 tons, and 5 ¡0 hone power, B. R. Mat- thews, commander, will be dispatched for Liverpool in November or December. Hits magnificent «hip, fitted up jritb every possible convenience, ha« just performed ber trial voyage to New York in tj^ »6»t satis- factory manner, and willi remediable rnpiditr. Fully equipped for sailing, she combineSynl the advantages of a~clipper-$bíp whh 'fÊor of a powerful steamer, soapting fcef;»; a peculiar manner (br a vov^a, *att *e^r ing ¡ts being-* made iii the shortest passible FAKES. , i ' After Saloon.8<V Guineas arid upwards Fore ditto..45 ft " Second Cabin.25 " " - Including stewards' ftes, the attendance of an experienced surgeon, and all provisions of the best quality, except wines, spirits, and malt liquors, which will be supplied at ver/ mode rate prices. In the Saloon State Booms every requisite will be provided...

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