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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. &nbsp; Wheat, 6s 3d to 6s 4d Flour, £18 10s per ton &nbsp; Barley, English, 5s per bushel. " Cape, 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats, 5s 6d to 6s Bran, 1s 4d, Pollard, 1s 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS. J. BARRY. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. June 26, 1852. Bacon, 1s 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4½d per lb Bread, 5d per 2lb loaf Butter, 1s 8d to 1s 10d per lb Cheese, Colonial, 10d to 1s per lb English, 1s 4d per lb Dutch, 3s each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 5s to 6s do Eggs, 1s 6d to 1s 9d per doz. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each Hams, Colonial, 1s 6d per lb &nbsp; Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, 1s to 1s 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6s to 7s each cocks, 10s to 12s each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Veal, 3d to 6d per lb
POLICE COURT. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] Thursday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
POLICE COURT. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] &nbsp; Thursday, June 24. William Shepherd and George Young, two boys, were fined 1s 6d each for stealing wood from Sec- tion No. 1, at Thebarton John Francis a man of color, was committed for trial on the charge of stealing a £10 note the pro- perty of Daniel Wright. Wright was handing over his money to Mrs Gouge, at the Star Inn, &nbsp; on Wednesday evening, when the prisoner snatched the note out of his hand, and made off. &nbsp; Saturday, June 26. William Stuart was charged by William Coghill, of the Saddleworth Hotel, with stealing some bul- lock chains, tools, a mare, saddle and bridle. Mr Coghill stated that the articles belonged to a person named Neale who had gone along with him to the diggings, and who came back with him. They were entrusted by Mr Coghill to the prisoner, who had gone off with them. On returning from the diggings, Neale went to Stuart, who informed him that he had sold the saddle and bridle,...
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
VEGETABLES. Beans, French, 6d to 8d per lb, scarce Broad, none Cabbages, 1d to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, 2s to 3s per lb Garlic, 1s 6d to 2s per lb, scarce Horseradish, 6d to 8d per stick Onions, 2d to 3d per lb Parsley, 1d per bunch Potatoes, old, 6 lbs for 6d new, 1½d per lb Shalots, 1s per lb Turnips, from 4d to 6d per dozen Vegetable marrows, from 2d to 3d each Watercress, 1d per bunch. FRUITS, &c. Apples, from 1s to 2s per lb Almonds, from 6d to 1s per lb Shelled, 2s 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d per lb., scarce Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to 6s per dozen Medlars, 1s 6d to 2s per doz. Pears, 8d to 1s per lb Pomegranites, 2s to 2s 6d per doz
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The Council met at 3 o'clock. Present— All the members except Alderman Solomon and Councillor Slatter. COLLECTOR. Mr A. J. Murray was requested to continue to act as Collector, and Mr Laffer to act as his deputy, giving security to Mr Murray. RESIGNATION OF MR CUMMING. On the motion of Councillor Stocks, se- conded by Alderman Paxton, it was resolved " That the Acting Town Clerk wait on Mr Cumming for the amount of his fine, viz., £50; and should he decline to pay it, that the Mayor be requested to take immediate steps for its recovery." &nbsp; Mr Murray and the Town Clerk having waited on Mr Cumming by request of the &nbsp; Council to apply for his fine, they reported that &nbsp; Mr Cumming had placed the matter in Mr Gwynne's hands, and could not give an answer &nbsp; before next day. He also said that he might possibly take his seat at the next meeting. The Mayor could hardly imagine how any &nbsp; gentleman who had read ...
SYDNEY MARKETS.—JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
SYDNEY MARKETS.—June 4. &nbsp; The Mills.—Messrs. Barker & Co.: A moderate &nbsp; supply of wheat, chiefly coastwise, has arrived to market this week, for which has been given, accor- ding to quality, 6s 3d to 7s 1d per bushel. In re- gard to flour, the market is just now in so unsettled a state that a price can scarcely be quoted. The mills, however, will not make sales of fine at £18. Bran 1s to 1s 2d per bushel. Mr Briellat: An ave- &nbsp; rage supply of wheat has been received during the week, for which improved prices have been given, the best samples realising 6s 3d to 6s 9d per bushel; inferior descriptions, according to quality. A steady demand exists for flour, and prices are very firm at 18l per ton for fine, and 16l seconds. Bran, 1s 2d to 1s 4d per bushel
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 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- bourne. Anita Dixon, brig, 240 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne 18th June. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. &nbsp; &nbsp; 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. Eugne, barque, Micanin, from Mauritius, May 11. Flash, brig, 189 tons, Trigge, from Melbourne. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Gazelle, 200 tons, McDonald, from Melbourne, 11th June. Juno, barque, 450 tons, Von Kyrwan Alkmade, from Swansea, 12th March. Jane and Emma, cutter, from Robe and Encounter Bays. Joseph Lee Archer, cutter, 40 tons, Buck, from Robe, 20th May. Kiwi, brig, Bruce, from Geelong. Lord Montgomery, brig, — tons, Hutchinso...
CUMMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. An irregular Ode A. I.A. Peter Pindar. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
CUMMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. &nbsp; An irregular Ode a la Peter Pindar. When Peter stood for North Adelaide, He said he was the True Peter, But Neales soon beat him from the field, And made him look the Blue Peter His friends, in trying to make him Mayor, Thought they would exalt Peter, He soon was changed from flesh and blood, Like Lot's wife, to Salt-Peter. The resignation made folks think That he then was a Rum Peter, And when he next polls Robe Ward, He must be his own Trum-Peter. &nbsp; Why is Peter Cumming like Peter the Great? Because he wanted to make a Peter's burgh of his own. GROSS OUTRAGE.—Some base fellow had the impudence to send a letter O.H.M.S., to Councillor Breaker while on duty in Council. He was obliged to put it in his pocket, but it was moved and carried that it be read by the Mayor, when it turned out to be a communi- cation from Elisa Cook, informing Councillor Breaker of the gold hoax, but intimating that his being placed in the...
The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Monday, June 28, 1852. PEACE OR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
Adelaide: Monday, June 28, 1852. &nbsp; PEACE OR WAR. WE regret to perceive that our con- temporary, the Register, has given counte- nance to the idea that war is imminent. If Louis Napoleon is a madman, war may be declared at any moment, but all accounts agree that he is anything but mad. Now his policy clearly is to maintain peace, for if his army is sent out of the country, he will be at the mercy of the Socialists and his numerous other enemies. He is in a totally different situation from the Em- peror Napoleon, in whose time the Demo- crats were not formidable, and whose power was consolidated by his military triumphs. Besides, now that the Conserva- tives are in power, Austria and Russia will more readily co-operate with Great Britain to crush Louis Napoleon if he attacks his neighbours. &nbsp; It is clear that at present foreign war is not the policy of any continental power. The people of Germany and Italy, who have been deprived of their Constitutions, are r...
THE COMMERCE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
THE COMMERCE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. From official documents we have com- piled the following statement, showing at a glance the commerce of the above two nations with all the countries in the world. The document we believe to be unique. We have reduced the dollars of the Ame- rican statement to sterling money at the rate of 5 dollars to £1:— &nbsp; British East Indies and Asia generally ...... British West Indies.... Gibraltar. Africa ..,. Malta . British American Colo- nies . Mauritius . Channel Islands. Ionian Islands ...... Heligoland. Red Sea and Aden .... Australian Colonies.... Sooth Seas . Falkland Islands. United States. England ,.« Ireland. Scotland. France. Belgium ............ French Colonies. Spain . Spanish Colonies . Holland. Dutch Colonies. Denmark. Danish Colonies ...... Russia. ...... Sweden and Norway _.. Germany, including Exports-Great Britain, 1850. 8,024.411 2.2 i 3,591 388,141 2,172,677 314,386 3,235,051 368,726 506,415 135,012 250 15....
MELBOURNE MARKETS.—JUNE 16 [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
MELBOURNE MARKETS.—JUNE 16 &nbsp; Stubbs and Son sold yesterday at their auction rooms, Queen-street, the following goods;—Ex &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Futtel Oheb, 18 rolls 36 inch matting 1s 1d per yard, 11 rolls 45 inch do., 1s 4d, 14 rolls 54 inch 1s 5d to 1s 6d, 26 bales black pepper, 4d per lb, 400 bdls, rattans, 9d per bundle, 137 tins 100 lbs. sago, 3d to 3½d per lb., 14 tins nutmegs, 3s per lb., 19 bed- steads, 46s to 50s 6d, 4 double dining tables, 51s to &nbsp; 55s, easy chairs 60s, rattan couches 56s to 60s. grasshopper, ditto, 34s, rattan chairs, 13s, tea 18s per packet, deals on wharf of cuts, 7¾d per foot. Gold purchasers are giving 63s 3d to 63s 6d per ounce.
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. The supply in this market continues very dull, as also the demand, occasioned by the rain. Wages may be still rated as quoted below :— &nbsp; Married couples without a family, £50 to £60 per annum and rations. &nbsp; Ditto, with family, £50 to £55. Shepherds, with rations, £32 to £35. Hut keepers, ditto, £30. General useful servants, ditto, £37 £42. &nbsp; Bullock drivers, with rations, £50 per annum, or £1 to £1 10s per week. Bullock drivers for the roads £3 per week. Gardeners, £42 to £52 per annum. &nbsp; Cooks, £40 to £50 ditto, or £1 to £1 10s per annum. Bush Carpenters, with rations, £40 to £50 per annum. Stock keepers, £40 to £50 per annum. Grooms, £53 to £60 per annum. Carpenters, £60 per annum, or 10s to 12s per 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. &nbsp; Pressmen, £4 per week. FEMAL...
ANECDOTES OF CURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
ANECDOTES OF CURRAN. Mr Curran was engaged ia a legal argu- ment—behind him stood his colleague, a gentleman whose person was remarkably &nbsp; tall and slender, and who had originally designed to take orders. The Judge ob- serving that the case under discussion in- &nbsp; volved a question of ecclesiastical law— "Then," said Curran "I can refer your &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; lordship to a high authority behind me, who was once intended for the Church, though (in a whisper to a friend beside him) in my opinion he was fitter for the steeple." &nbsp; An officer of one of the Courts, named Halfpenny, having frequently interrupted &nbsp; Mr Curran, the Judge peremptorily or- &nbsp; dered him to be silent and sit down. "I &nbsp; &nbsp; thank your lordship," said the counsel, &nbsp; "for having at length nailed that rap to the counter." &nbsp; "I cannot tell you, Curran," observed &nbsp; an ...
THE GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 28 June 1852
THE GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. The sale on Friday afforded very distinct proof of improved confidence. The country lots in several instances brought amounts con- siderably over the upset price. But the grand feature of the day was the biddings for fron- tages next Mr Strangways's North Arm Sec- &nbsp; &nbsp; tion at Port Adelaide. Mr Giles, for the South Australian Company, was the opposing bidder, and the purchaser was George Hall, Esq., M.L.C, one of the shrewdest and most prudent of our shipping and mercantile men, who has also recently visited Victoria. It says much for our port and the prospects of the colony that such men should purchase the " swamps " near the North Arm at £50 per acre. We trust this will operate as a power- ful stimulus to the Government to make the whole of these so-called marshes available to the public It seems clear that they are des- tined before long to be the centre of our com- merce and the site of a city. SUBURBAN SECTIONS. Lot. Acres. Na...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
ADEÍDE PRICE CUßRENT. k IHPOBTS. SPlßllS (ia ¿id) £ a à £ * d Brandy, UuitlVin. per guiloa . 0 7 0 tl fl O Ditto, do. dj, per. case 1 O O ISO Ditto, Martas, per gal 0 7 0 OOO Ditto, ditto ja-case .. 1 0 0 15 0 Do. other broils per gaL 0 5 6 6 0 Ditto, ditto, fer case ..100 t 2 0 liam (W. ¿ber gallon 0 5 6 0*0 tV tusky, dial. OOO 0 O Gin (Old là) ditto.. 0 6 0 0 ^* Geneva, seriase. 0 0 4) O 0^0 WIKES - Çdtt pau; - Fort, per roe. 35 0 0 50 O O Ditto, per dden. 10 0 1 15 O Sherry, per jip*..' 30 0 0 40 ii O Ditto, per d>zea.. 0 18 O 18 0 Gape, per pije r.. none. Champagne, çff dozes 1 15 0 3 0 0 Claret,ditto .J. 110 1 6 O Marsala, per pi£. 25 0 0 30 0 0 Ditto, oer doze». 0 18 O 1 s O PORTEE Taylor's per hld. ÄpPÄ'" > 5 0 0 8 15 « Whitbread':,. Ditto, perd»en. 0 10 0 O ll O Dublin ditto. Der hhd 4 10 O 5 O O ALE-London bracos, per hhd. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Bass's Burton, No. 3 .. 6 15 O 7 lo O No.2.. 0 0 0 OOO Bottled, per doz.; Byass' 0 9 6 O 10 6 Di tto, per dos. Dunbar's 0 9 6 0 10 6 SU...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. G RAIS AJTO FLOUE HABEST. Wheat, 6s 6&lt;J to 7s Floor, £19 per ton Barley, English, 5s per bushel. " Cape, 4s 3d to 4> 6d Oats, 5a 6d to 6s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, la 4d Hay, £3 te £3 IOs per ton CHAS. J. BAB RT. Keir Corn Exchange, Greafell-slreet. June 30, 1852. Bacon, ls 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4$d per lb Bread, fid per 21b loaf Butter, ls 8d to ls lOd per lb Cheese, Colonial, 1 Od to la per lb English, ls 4d per lb Dutch, 3B each j Decks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 5s to 6s do Eggs, lo 6d to ls Od per doa. -.. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s bo 8s each Hams, Colonial, Ia 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6d bo 70 per lb Pigeons, ls to ls 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6a to 7s tsaoh cooks, 10s to 12s each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Yeal, Sd to 6d per lb
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. Bj the Gertrude we hare our usual files to the 8th May inclusive. We extract the following from a Gape paper of 1st May, giving the news of the previous month : - The mail packet, which Btarts to-day, carries home little intelligence of any moment res- pecting the war. An operation of some mag- nitude, judiciously planned, and well executed, once GJore expelled the enemy from the ravines and rocky heights of Waterkloof. but he ap- pears to have returned in considerable force almost immediately on the retirement of the troops. Several columns have also in the course of the month, acted wit!) success against the bands occupying the Amatóla mountains, and upw ards of 4,600 head of cattle have been captured with some hundred horses. From the character of the enemy and the nature of the cuuniry, no decisiva action, taken singly, is to be expected, if the only termination of the con- test is to be tlie expulsion bf the whole tribe. lt is a war of exhaustion, like the bl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
10NSIGNEE WANTED fori the following Goods per Dreadnouyïtt, 82 packages, ; marked J DC, shipped hy Joseph Oxford. A. L. ELDER & CO. c ' Agents. July 1, 1S52. ?JC-_ _,_ IMPORTANT TO GOLD DIGGETtS. SOUTH AM'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 saces ALL tht Gold. The Sra machine (now being conveyed to Melbourne) wes purchased hy en experienced Gold diggt-r who has already tested its effi- ciency, tnd addressed to the inventor the following satifactory communication : Adelaida, May 14,1852. " Dear Sir-From the trial wa gave yon9 gold washing machine, I am of opinion it i rupertor to anything of the kind yet invented* either for washing the dirt or saving...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Auguttui, barque, laid up for repairs. Asia, ship, 60o tons, Ros kell, from Melbourne. Amicus, schooner. Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel- bourne. City of London, barqne, 485tons, Fore, from Bahia March 13th. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. Duke of Cornwall, barqae, 650 tons, Mvhill, from1 Melbourne, Feb. 10th. , Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons, Lowrie, from Lon* ; don Feb, 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. * Emu, schooner, 30 tons, stiles, from Por^âcoln. j : £'i^JW,>>&rque, Micaain, from Mauri ti ns,'MM ll« Flash, brig, 189 tens^^^K&om Meiboms. j Gertrude, brig, 118^xmsrCoomer, from Bristol, 22nd February, and from the Cape of Good Hope, May9tb. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Gazette, 200 tons, McDonald, from Melbourne, llih June. Juno, barque. 450 tons, Von Kyrwan Alkmade, from Swansea, lain March. ' Jane and Emma, cutter, from Bobe sud Encounter Bays. Joseph Lee Archer, cutter, 40 ton*,...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE» 4HIYED. Jone Sd-The brig Gertrude, IIS tons, Coomer. from Bristol, 22nd February, and Cape of Good Hope, 9th May. Passengers-Mr and Mn Hawtrey, Miss Coomer, Messrs Simpson, Evans, and Wright, in the cabin. '. Jone 30- The barque City of London, 485 toss, Fore, from Bahia 15th March, with four passengers. CUABBD OUT. "* June 29-The barque Margaret Brock, 245 tons, McMeckan, for M el bonnie. Passengers-Messrs. Natton, Moore, Stranghan, and Mrs Seepars, in the cabin; and Messrs Jones, Watson, English, Hogan, and Alleyne, in the steerage. v June 30-The brig Anna Dixon, 2®0 tons, Kirby, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr A. Brown, Mary Wilkins, in the cabin ; and-six ia th steerage. Ü Same day-The barque Mazeppa, 163 tons, March, for Melbourne. Passengers-C. Bertram,^H. Ger- main, L. Boney, W. Dight, J.- Dickson, Esq, J. Filgate, Miss Filgate, in the cabin ; six soldiers,and one woman and child, in the steerage. . SXPOBTO Cargo per Margaret Brock-1 bads, ale, 1 spring ca...
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO.—Monday, June 28. (Before both the Judges.) BANK OF AUSTRALASIA v. SCOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO.-Monday, Jun» 28. -. (Before both the Jud^e».) BANK OP AUSTRALASIA r. SCOWK. in this case, air Fisher for th« defendant, ob- tained a rule nisi for a verdict, or in the alternative for a nonsuit or a nev trial. HARDMAN V. TAYXOB IND AMOTHEE In this case the Advocate-General obtained a rule nisi for a nev trial. BAKEWELL V. CALTON. The Advocate-General obtained a similar rule in this case. D OTTO s v. ROBIN. In this case the Advocate-General made a simi- lar motion, but the rule was refused. MACGEORCE V. BOORD. Mr Gwynne in this case obtained a rule nisi for a nonsuit, on the point of the extinguishment of the plai-itifPs right by the mortgage of the pro- perty to the original grantor. DELA NT v. FORD. Mr Gwynne moved for a rule nisi in this case, on the groumls that the depositions taken at the Ma- gistrates' Court should not have been admitted as evidence ; and secondly, that they showed no want of a probable cause. The Court took time to con- sider till Sat...