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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

ÍMPOÜNDINGS. Impounded at the pnblic pound, Montague Village, Dry Creek-One black and white bul- lock, like RS near side ; one red bullock, cock horns, like 92et on the off hip ; one red bul- lock, cock horns, like 20 on the near bip ; one red bullock, cock horns, 81 on the near side, WR on the off* shoulder; one red bullock, hoop horns, SW 63 near shoulder, R off thigh, SW on the off side. If not claimed, will be sold on Monday, the 22nd November, 1852, at noon. W. REASON, j Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Thebarton -One bay horse, like P, E, or R, off side neck, off hind foot white, white streak down face, switch tail; one brown and white bul- lock, cock horn», RU near ribs; one brown and white spotted bullock, white near eye, blind, like ^ near aide of the back, like M near E rump, like JJ, conjoined near shoulder ; one dark bay horse, black points, like 4- near shoul- der, switch tail ; one dark bay horse, biack points, no brand legible; one brown bullock, off horn b...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

f ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. IL moderate amount of business bas been done in I this week, the price of which has been very idy, and may now be quoted at £3 1 ls 6d per ce. The high price prevents its being brought (he Assay Office ; the quantity deposited daring week has consequently been limited, and no ht principally the property of diggers and their allies- There is however a brisk demand for pment ; which can be effected by the steamers a few weeks ; the Formosa having arrived at elbon nie a fortnight ago, and the Sydney being arly expected here. At Echunga the diggers are scattered over the nges, the original locality at Chapman s* Golly ung supposed to be nearly worked out. Nothing : importance bas been discovered as yet, though nail quantities continue to be got. Large nrmbersflf ihe^ggerscoçtiowe*» ¿«wive from Melbourne, whjch|s throwing ;thje| balance of J. TH KUH JUST. Blvíh-streef, Adelaide, 30th October, 1852.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 28. 8UBURAN SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, October 28. 8ÜBÜRBAS 8KCTI0H& Lax» SAUE.-The following portions of Grown Landa will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 2nd of December, 1852, at 11 o'clock. {Deposit 10 per cent. : - . Comity Adelaide, Second Creek, snborban to Ade- laide. Plan 101. Lot. Seo. Acres. Pries. £ 6795 1056 123 123 6796 1058 71 71 6797 1059 76 76 COUXTET SECTIOHS. Count/ Adelaide, North of Smith's Creek, Hun- dred of Munno Para. 7261 3302 46 46 7262 3303' 89 89 7263 3304 50 SO 7264 S305 59 59 7265 3306 81 81 7266 3307 113 113 7267 3309 57 57 County Adelaide, on Para River, Handled of Munno Para. 7768 . 3281 81 81 County Hindmarsh, Finniss Survey, Hundred of Kfeangkita. Plan 76. 7269 2443 80 80 County Hindmarsh, Myponga River, near di «ea« coast, Hundred ot Myponga. Flan lSfia. 7270 538 93 93 7271 60» 85 «5 7273 610 - 80 80 County Hindmarsh. Northof Myponga Siren Hun- j dred of Myponga. Plan 138». 7273 537 SD 80 ...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 30, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 30, 1852. iirras-Last sale, £145. Kamerons bujers Bt considerably higher prices. No shares offering, oney on Freehold, IO to 12£ per cent, tto on Borra scrip, and email loans, 15 j ter cent, tto on discounts, leasehold, and other seen ruy 15 to 20 per cent. >ld, £3 11s to £3 11s 6d. JNO. RICHARDSON f "rn. D. MELVILLE J Brokers.

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MISCELLANEGUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

ÄISCBL&AKEGUS SHIPPING. The ship Washington was floated ou Satnrday morning off the Patent Slip, having completed what repairs were necessary to be done on it.

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. CHINA. An essayist of the last generation has an interesting chapter on the great anomaly of China compared with the other nations of thc earth, and other systems of society and opinion. He remarks on the fact of a population computed at a third of the whole human race, shut ont from the rest by an invincible barrier, and condemned by their obstinacy to base superstition, to despotic institutions, to absurd ignorance, and to the lowest standard of morality. On this view of the case he speculates on the glorious event wbich the world is one day to behold, and the heroes and apostles it is one day to add to its lists, when China will open her ports and ber cities, her vast rivers and canals, and her three hundred millions of souls, to civilization and truth. He groups the glowing picture round some youthful hero, whom he worships by an- ticipation as the deliverer of China, the breaker of her idols, the confounder of her tyrants, the denouncer of her sins, and the ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

2ÎEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.-This institution wai publicly inaugurated on the 11 th of October. The highly interesting ceremony tooTt place in the Great Hall, College-buildings, Hyde Park, in the presence of a numerous audience. Soon after ll o'clock, the doors at the western en- trance were opened, aad every patt of the hall appropriated to the general company was densely crowded before |-past 12, when the doors were closed, and the ceremony of registering the names of the matriculated Students was gone through. The number of Students was 23. Professor Smith presented each of these young gentlemen to the Registrar, by .whom their names were entered in the Ma'ricnlation Book. A procession was then formed in th* apart- ments of the Principal, and proceeded to tba Hall, the band of the 11th Infantry playing the National Anthem. In the IlalL his Excellency Sir Charles FitzRoy occupied a Stale chair in the centre of the dais at the north end. Tba Fellows of the Senate, t e leadi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

THE « MOßXIXG CHE02ÎCLE." MR-HENEY WOOD, Accountant, bas .been unpointed Collector to this Paper, and all person^iindebied to the Proprietor are requested to pay their accounts to no one else excepting at the Office, in Kundle street. " Morning Chronicle" Office, October 7th, 1852

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ! A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MOEK IKG CHBONICLE ts forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arritngements ar6 made there to secure a large and general sale all over , the Diggings. The Paper becomes thus a most desirable medium of interconununicatum for the Diggers and thetr -friends at home. The bona fide sale, of the Edition for the Diggings is Five Haaârlsà-copiêsatthe Victoria Gold Fields, and One Hundred copies in- Meie bourne. ^Advertisers will at once periewe .the> advantages they may derive from this large; circulation, which is entirely additional-to ; the ordinary local issue. Advertisements, Notices, Mcssayes, $c., for insertion tn the Diggings Edition,, must be left at the Office on."ar before Wednesday evening, in each week. MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, October 4, 1852.

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TO COBRESPOiDETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

TO COBRESPOiîDEÎîTS. ÂHOHYMorjs CoNTBiBCTioss.-It is requisite to ensure at tent'on to any contributions, that' the name and address of tbê writer should accompany them If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the public, we wiH keep their secret, but to guarantee their good raith they mast be known to ns. R.'F., Walkerville-Had onr correspondent availed himself of the offer made te him m the Register, be would have fonnd that ' the question is one of a private nature" exclusively. - A VILLAGE SCHOOLMASTER-A representation of I the circumstances should be made to the Board of I Education, is the first instance. An article on Secret Voting, a report of the pro- ceedings of the Muuicipal Gonncil, and some I Foreign and Colonial news are unavoidably re- tained for our next publication.

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUE MAKRET. 30th October, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. GB A IS A.ND FLOUE MAKE ET. 30th October, 1852. I Wheat, 9s to 9a 3d i Floor, £32 10s I Barley, English, 5s 3d to 5s 6J per bushel . ¡ *" Cape, 4s to 4s 6d per cashel Pats, 10s per bushel. Bran, 1B 8d Pollard, ls 8d I CHAS. J. BA BET. I New Corn Exchange, I Grenfeli-sir-eet. ï

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

ODDS AND ENDS. THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD.-A pub- lic-spirited correspondent of the Sheffield Independent makes the eaitor a present of the following valuable communication: " Sheffild No 8th To the Editor of the Endepend Plese notis as follows a pig the property of-on Thursday last piged 21 j pigs and 17 of them is doing whell the mother weig a bout nine stones i ham most j truly a subscriber to your paper." We fear the writer has not been very regular in his attendance at the famous People's College. MODERN SUPERSTITION.-The Oswego Journal (United States) has an account of a ridiculous farce that is being played in the neighbourhood of that city. A young girl, apparently fourteen years of age, said to have seen some treasure in a mesmeric sleep at Albany is on the ground. She sits upon the bank of a deep excavation, and while working, the men are not permitted to speak, sbe issuing her directions in writing. Preparatory to the commencement of the work, the girl (in Bloomer costume) w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

FQRMELBÖÜR^i §; TUEfiaePowrrulSteamer JiiTwir . ¿38 toas, 250 horse power, Captain Batten, in na Ba tavia, which Port she was to leave on the 261 h September, is daily ex-j pected hereand will be despatched immediately ' thereafter for Melbourne, Passengers desirous of proceeding by this -eligible opportunity are requested to leave ' their names and addresses at the Office of the-, ^Undersigned. For passage only; apply to F. J. BECK & CO., -Hindley street, 29th October, 1852, FOR MELBOURNE. A Regular Traden Will sail Saturday, 13th November. i TMlHE splendid fast-sailing A 1 bk 1 ?»*__ tween decks, ia the a-ost advantageous oppor- tunity now offering. -Her (accommodations for intermediate and steerage passengers are of a superior order, she will be replete with every comfort for the voyage, and have an abundant supply pf good provisions. For freight or passage, apply to RELIANCE, 805 tons Register, H. B. Fell, commander, being 9 feet be F. J. BECK & CO., oe VLF,, Hin...

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LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. By the Formosa, viâ Melbourne; we have English papers to the 4th of August, and news to the 7th. The regular mails bad been forwarded by the Sydney, and we are consequently not able to bring up our summary of English news to the dates we have mentioned, but must leave the inter- vening dates until her arrival. The follow- ing items we glean from our own papers of August 2nd and 4th, and from our Mel- bourne contemporaries. The General Election was completed The prospects of the Derby Ministry were, however, yet as uncertain as their purposes. Their own organs claim for them a majority in the New House. The members have been thus classified by the various Loudon Journals: Min. Lib. Lib. Con. Total. Times. 284 309 58 651 Daily News .. 313 338 - ?51 Chronicle _ 290 310 50 650 Herald . 341 307 - ?48 Post. 335 316 - 65Í Globe . 289 329 - 648 The Illustrated London Kews gives the following as a fair state of parties in the new Parliament: Liberals and Whigs.206 R...

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THE LEGISLATIVE CDUNCIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE CD UN CIL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. AU the honorable members "were present. Petitions. i Mr ELDER presented a petition, signed by his Worship the Mayor of Adelaide, on behalf and by authority of the Corporation, praying the House to pass the Bill about to be laid on the table by his Excellency the Lieutenant- j i Governor for raising the sum of £100,000 for ] Waterworks for the city of Adelaide, by loan, as recommended by his Excellency in his ad- j dress at the opening of the Session. ' Mr FRANCIS DUTTON presented a petition from certain purchasers of land from the South Australian Company, praying for leave to in- troduce a Bill to quiet the title to such lands heretofore 6old and disposed of by the» Trustees of the South Australian Company. Both petitions were received and read. The Governor-General. Mr FRANCIS DUTTON said he bad observed in the Despatch transmitted to Sir Charles Fitz Roy that very extensive powers were given to Lim relative to the Government of the...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOXD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, waa 2,934 ors. 14 dwtt. 18 grs., which, valued at £3 11s per oz, amounts to. £10,418 6 5 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,270,600 13 7 gives a present total of.£1,281,019 Q 0 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 4464, 4465, 4470, 4471, 4474, 4475, 4477, 4375, 4457, 4458, 4455, 44S0, 4481, 44*3, 4484, 4485, 4486, 4489, 4491, 4493, 4494, 4496, 4499, 4500, 4501, 4502, 4503, 4466, 4468, 4469, 4506, 4507, 4508, 4509, 4513, 4518, 4519, 4520, 4521, 4523, 4524, 4529, 4556, 4557, 4558, 4559, 4560, 4561, 4562. 4563, 4552, 4442, 4530, 4531, 4532, 4533, 4534. 4536, 45«7, 4539, 4540¿- 4541, 4542, 4543,4546, 4547, 4550, 4551, 4553, 4554, 4555, and 4565. . , r - .Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 4473.4476, 4487, 4488, 4490, 4492, 4495, 4504, 4505, 4467, 4514, 4522, 4354, 4538, 4544, 4548, and 4564. Bank of Australasia. -...

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THH COMING STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

THH CÔMÛÎG STEAMERS. TUE Sydney and the ¿faca, so long expected, are, aa it nov appears, scarcely, if at .all over due. The Sydney, it seems, left Plymouth on the 4th bf August, but prior to th* sailing of the Formosa had returned to port disabled. We. have no means of knowing the extent of damage she. had sustained, and consequently cannot form an idea of how soon she would again be ready for sea. It fe, however, probable that her injury was trifling, as it was intended that she should sail on tue lOth. Tho Sydney had £280,000 in specie, a full cargo of merchandise, and an enormous quantity of letters and papers." Respecting the Java, Messrs Beck and Co. have received intelligence from Sourabaya by way of Melbourne, that her departure bad been postponed to the 26th of September. She may now, therefore, be expected hourly.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. October 23-The ship Reliance, 806 tons. Fell,     from Melbourne, October 27. Passengers-Messrs.   Edwards, Lawson, Darwent, Jeffrey, Pannel, Power, Petrie, Ricbards, Kent, Porr, and Gray, in the cabin, and 78 in the steerage. Same day-The schooner Adolphus Yates, 108   tons, J. Hunt, from Melbourne, 14th instant. Pas-   senger-Mr Robin, in the cabin.   October 30-Tbe brig Anna Dixon, 188 tons, | Kirby, from Melbourne, in ballast, with 13 pas- sengers. Same day-The brig Spec, Johnstone, from Cal- cutta, 10th August, with 14 passengers. CLEARED OUT. October 27 - The ship Prince Regent, 582 tons Jago, for Melbourne. -Passenger-138- original from London ; and Messrs lemmon and Kerney, in the cabin; and Messrs Davies 2, Harding, McShine, Smith, Hayward, Shadwell, Grey, Preston, Bendholz, Keane, Bliefieíd, Wallmann, Gemein- hardt, Simmonds, Gook, Connor, Ohlmeyer, Saint, Davies, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

STEAM FROM MELBOURNE TO LIVERPOOL; FORMING PART OF THE EAGLE LINE OF PACKETS.: 1HE Iron Screw Steamer 1_ GB EA T. B ¡UTA IN. 3,500 tons, and SOO howe pbmer, B. E. Mat- thews, commander, vrîQ be dispatched ,ibr Liverpool in Noveinber?^ I)ecember. This magniScent 8Ï^|fiâjèa up with «very possible convenience,«^iïjpé Jier^órméd her trial voyage to Nw^oïk in the" satis- factory manner, anjL with remarkable Tapiditr Folly equipped fo&njf&^ebe combines all the advantages of a cfipprt-ship Vith those ?of a powerful steamer, adapting her in a peculiar manner for a long voyage, and secur- ing its being made in the shortest possible tim«. FAKES. After Saloon.80 Guineas and upwards Fore ditto.45 " " Seeond Cabin.25 " " Including stewards' fees, the attendance of an experienced surgeon, and all provisions of the best quality, except wines, spirits, and malt liquors, which will be supplied at very mode- rate prices. In the Saloon State Rooms every requisite will be provided. In t...

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The Morning Chranicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide; Monday, November 1, 1852. ARTIFICIAL NUGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1852

The Morning Chronicle This is true liberty, when free-born men,   Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide ; Monday, November 1, 1852. ARTIFICIAL NUGGETS. IT was not likely that villany would for- bear to practise upon so tempting a field as the Diggings and a Gold Country. But probably few honest men would have an- ticipated so clever a stroke of roguish genius as is exhibited in the fabrication of nuggets for exportation to the Gold Fields. Birmingham in all its intercourse with the base metals never conceived a baser idea. This idea, however, is a realised fact; and   diggers, gold buyers, brokers, depositors, exporters, et hec genus omne, will do well to exercise peculiar caution in their dealings   with the apparently precious metal. The facts of this fraud as far as we   know them, are these. We give them on the authority of letters from respectable parties in London. Some time in July last, two men,...

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