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MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, October 27. [Before George Worthington. Esq., Special Magistrate, Major O Halloran, J.P., and John Hallett, Esq., J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1852

MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, October 27. [ Before George Worthington. Esq., Special Magis- trate, Major O Halloran, J.P., and John Hallett, Esq., J.P.] FÜLL JURISDICTION. BEOWN V. RGT.B-For £13 17s, damage sus- tained bj non-deliverj of furniture bonght of de- fendant. Tbe gooda bad been sold for £7 10s to plaintiff! to be pa d on delivery, but no money tras tendered. Judgment for tbe défendant. BURGESS A SD KKLLÏ V. DISHES - Action to re- cover tbe value of a fence alleged to bave been de- stroyed by fire occasioned by the burning ot de- fendant's stubble, in March last. S 'verai preñóos witnesses having been esunin* d on the part of the plaintiff*, relative to the origin of the fire, another witness was called by the plain iff', i by whose evidence it farther appeared that the late John Meagaer, vho.. died., fom^.tíme .«ft«,, «-a* j (Obsessed «f the eeeóW édfsiirfng fcïiJM'j*<*î and ibat thu taro féctí¡H« wer« divided h* the ïonee iii question ; iaiso that tbe ...

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HINTS IN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1852

HINTS IN SEASON. BY MRS EDWD. CAUDLE. Alas what sore discomfiture poor scribblers labor under, In every contribution the printer makes a blun- der, Erratas constantly appear, while editorial sages Declare that needful hands are unattainable for wages. " All frantic rush for yellow ore," they ruefully exclaim, "Disordering our city, and exposing us to blame,"   [Did Bendigo, or Ballarat, or the Echunga Dig gings Approximate Old England th' inimitable Dickens Might issue " Household Words ''in vain :-aye, gentles, I avow it, And if my ipse dixit's doubted crave of Doctor Howitt The genuine opinion of his literary frater.] Could any human intellect presiding o'er a paper, Indulge its daily readers with a faultless publi- cation, While such a mania prevails ! is their interroga- tion. In justice to Victoria's press,-a suffrer though I be too, In favour of its Editors I must record my veto. Oh unpropitious epoch for literary men. When Nuggets, Dust, Quartz specimens, quite s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1852

STEAM FROM MELBOURNE TO LIVERPOOL, FORMING PART OF THE EAGLE LIÎTE OF PACKETS. THE Iron Screw Steamer GREAT BRITAIN 3,000 tons, and 5 '0 horse power, B. R. Mat- thews, commander, will be dispatched for Liverpool in November or December. This magnificent ship, fitted ap with every possible convenience, has just performed -her trial voyage to Nejr'York in the mest satis- factory ¿BmSIf, anet with remarkable-rapidity, tellly equipped for -catting, 'she combines all the advantages of a clipper-ship with 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 lime. FARES. After Saloon.80 Guineas and upwards Fore ditto.45 " " Second 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 the Se...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. October 81-The ship Queen of Sheba, 397 touB, Hingston, from Melbourne, 26th October, with < IS passengers. Same day-The barque Dreadnought, 538 tong. Lowrie, from Melbourne. Passengera-Messr«. Dann, Schräder, Jones, Barfield, and Pepper, in the cabin ; and -50 in the steerage. Same day-The brig Lady Harvey, 145 tons, Hay. from Melbourne, 22nd October. Passengers -Messrs By lin, Eilis, and Hawkes, in the cabin ; Same day-The barque Boyal Shepherdess, 406 tons. Bell, from Melbourne, 28th October. Passen- gers—Messrs Calton, Esther, Jenkins, Mandel, Trenith, Jury, Pascoe, Horrocks, Field, and Mrs       Burgess, in the cabin ; and 27 in the steerage. November 1-The brig Louisa, 250 tons, Heslop, from Melbourne. 26th October, with 45 passengers.   Same day-The barque Bengal Merchant, — tons, Donovan, from Melbourne, 28th October.   November 3.-The A. R. M. S. N. Company's steamer,...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SONG OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIGGER. (By the Author of the Old Colonist's Song.) 1. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1852

ORIGINAL POETRY. SONG OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIGGER. (By the Author of the Old Colonist's Song.)   1. ECHUNGA ! ECHUNGA ! a pathway of fire   Is - the light of my pipe as it travels to thee : Auriferous thoughts fill my breast with desire, And the future smiles brightly and sweetly on me. 2. GLEN OSMOND ! GLEN OSMOND ! thy verdure clad hills. Full of silver and what not ? all glow in the sun   While sparkling beside me thy beautiful rills. Like a stream of the Alps, down the mountain tracks run. 3. To CRAFER'S ! To CRAFER'S ! away as I speed, Stern mem'ry recalls the fate of poor M-* The widow and fatherless miss him indeed, We'll remember in passing, to call upon them. 4. Grave WARLAND ! Grave WARLAND ! I've traversed   thy bridge Which like that of the prophet divides from the goal Of my golden tipped hopes; as I stand on the ridge   I grow faint at the fortune that bursts on my soul. 5. EHUNGA! ECHUNGA ! ten tons w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practice Lair in the United ¡States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- i ington ; to prosecute Claims and settle Accounts against, and to procure Letters Patent for In- ventions from the Government of the United States to collect Bills of Exchange, Debts, Dividends on Stocks, Legacies and Inheritan- ces in any part of the United States and :n the ¡ adjacent British Possessions ; to make Invest- ments of Funds in the United States and State Stocks, and on Bond and Mortgage of Real Estate, and to negocíate the purchase and sale of Foreign Loans and Patent-rights, and Public and Private Lands, in any State of the Union ; and to attend to any Law or Agency business confided to bis care. Reliable in- formation given in reply to enquiries of per- sons desiious of emigrating to th« United States. ggT Communications in any of the langua- ges of Europe, addressed to W. G. Snethen 5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill, Washington United States, ...

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IMPOUND INGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

IMPOUND INGS. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham--One red and white cock-horned bullock, white belly, like S off shoulder, like IB off rump ; one red heifer, like Sj off romp; one red and «bite heifer, white back, belly, and tail, illegible brand near rump ; one yellow and white poly cow, white belly, like TJ near ramp, cow calf running I 3 with her. If not claimed, will be sold Novem- ber 29. 1852. at noon. GEORGE BOWSER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound. Montague Village, Dry Creek-One brindle cow, hoop horns, like CH on the off side, like TS on the nearside. If not claimed, will be sold 29th November, 1852, at noon. W. SEASON, Pouadkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga-One red and white steer, off horn broke off; H off ribs aad off ramp; one red bullock, horns cocked, white on rump, tail, and under Delly, like Dj^N near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold November 29, 1852, at noon. w. KING, Poondkeeper. Imp...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. "Audi alteram parteen." THE LAW OF REAL PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

7 HB OPEN COLUMN. M A adi ahefwm parteen.'" THE LAvVt*F RF.\L PROPERTY. Mr EDITOB,-Women having no votes in the election of members of th« Legislature, should make it especially scrupulous in guard ding their interests. You will perhaps allow me, starting with this maxim, to offer in your Open Column, some arguments against a clause in a Bill now proposed, " to amend the Law of Beal Property," which purports to abolish dower. Even if that clause be restricted, so as not to affect women in the actual possession of dower, but only those hereafter becoming widows, it would have th« operation of depriving those married before 1834, (who now are entitled to dower, aa agaiust their husbands, of future property to which they have as good a right as their husbands have,) to th« Sands out of which it should issue. To put a strong and not improbable instance of the injustice of such legislation j if a nan whose wife was dowable, were selling a pro- perty during the last year, and in conse- qu...

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SHIP MAILS. Monday, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

SHIP MAILS. Monday, November 8. Hails will be dispatched as nader- j For Great Britain by the stein) ship Fotmosa, to Singapore and Overland expected about (be I2th j instant ; and by the Boyal Wail steam ship I Sydney, expected about the first week in De- j cember. For the East Indies and China, hy the Formosa. For Western Australia, by the Formosa and Sydney as fbove. For Western Australia, Mauritius, and the Cape of Good Hope, by the Sydney. For Victoria, by the Candahar, Louisa, Adolphus Yosts, and Royal Shepherdess this day, at ( I a.rn. ; and by the Dreadnought and Chatham, on Tuesday. 9th instant.

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. A considerable amoant of business has been done in gold this week, and the price has had rather an upward tendency. ¿3 1 ls Öd per ounce may now be quoted, although as much as £3 12s have been given. The arrival of specie, of which there was a large quantity by the steam ship Svdn*y. tends to keep up the price of gold ; end sovereigns, which very lately commanded a premium of 5 per cent., have been sold at l£ per'cent., and every prospect of their being immediately procurable at par. TLe news irom tue Echunga Diggings have again become more flattering; ihe first sign of which was the finding of a nugget of 44 fonces weight among some stuff thrown np for washing. Tiiis was found where these diggings were com- menced, ard it has bf en the means of stirring np to more persevering exertions at that spot as well as to others. A great many reports have been circulated from time to time as to the worthlessness of these dig- gings, but the fact of such a large number...

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ADELAIDE PEICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ADELAIDE PEICK &mÉW SPIRITS (in bond} Brandy, United Tts. per gallon. Ditto, do. do., per. OM Ditto, Martell*«, per gai. Ditto, ditto per case ." Do. other brands per gal. Ditto, ditto, per ease Bum (W.l.) per gallon Whisky, ditto ». Gin (Old lom) ditto.. Genera, Der ease. W INES - (duty puff) - Port» per pips. Ditto, per dozen ...... Sherry, per pipe. Ditto, per dozen. Cape, per pipe. Champagne, per dozen Claret, ditto. MarasU, per pipe...... Ditto. Der dozen. 0 1Í o . i* ° 1 o O I ll, O 0 is e o o- « 1 10 « 1 12 V 0 10 O 0 0 o 15 0 1*0 0 4« 0 O v 12 0 OOO 0 8 0 OOO 0 O' o OOO «00 50 0 » 1 5 0 3 0 0 25 O O 40 O O 1 « O 1 12 O. none. 2 0 0 8 0 0 1 5 O I v O ooo «oe OOO OOO PORTER Taylor*» per hid ... -\ Trueman*« -»- f ... . . ^ Barclay Perkins» .. > 1 " 0 « « O Whiibraad'a.J Ditto, per doten. o 13 O OOO Dublin ditto, oar hbd .. 4 IS O OOO ALE-London brands, pw hhd..-. 7 ' O OOO Bass's Burton, No. 3 .. 8 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled, per dos,. 0 ll O 0 12 O Ditto, pardos. Danbar'« O...

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Tay Morning Chranicle. " This is true liberty, wheu free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free."-Euripides. Adelaide; Monday, November 8, 1852. COLON TAL REPRESENTATION IN THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

?jie jannung tëjjroiwk. *? This is true liberty, wheu free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide ; Monday, November 8, 1852. COLON TAL REPRESENTATION IN THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT. THE English Premier is regarded as a great authority on colonial matters. His known predilection for meddling with the afiiairs of the colonies, and the fact that he formerly occupied a place in the ministry of that day as Secretar}' of State for the Colonies, made it a very probable surmise that iu tbe com- position of his present Cabinet he reserved the virtual control over the British de- pendencies to bitnself. Accordingly; in the mother country his utterances on colo- nial affairs are regarded almost os oracular, and reverenced with all that intensity of awe which ignorant people always feel to- wards others possessing a little more know- ledge than themselves. His words are in- fluences, consequently ; particularly while be occupies his present position. It is well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

TERMS: £1 16t per annum, payable la advance ; £S credit. Cash terms for Advertisements :-Eec one inch and tinder Ss, and ls fi» each additioam incWeaeh insertion. Printed and published ty Andrew Marrar, at che Morning ChronicU Briatíaf Office, asadle street, 4defs«a, worth Anetralia.

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer ts prepared to rewire ? Gold Dost for essay ander an Act Ko. 1, of 1852, | on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the boors of IO a.m. and 2 pan., subject to the following regula- j tiona : - 1 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, most be brought to. the Assay Office, in the Government BnUdings, King Williaw street, between the boors of 10 e,m., and 3 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. 2. No parcel of Gold leas than twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold feeing presented at the office, 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 its reeeiyt, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which Ute said Gold when assayed »nd smelted, is to fae delivered lo, or to the order, of the owner.. 4. Tile above-mentioned entry in the assay...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. G BA Ul ASO FLOUS MASUT. Wheat, 10s Flour, £87 Barley, Euglah, 5* 3d to Ss 6d per bushel ', " Cape, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel Oats, lbs per bosheL Bran, ta 8d T^ulard^ is6d . . . . I CHAS. J. BABET. Kew Corn Exchange,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Novemebr 7-The ship Riensi, Taylor, - tons, from Melbourne, 2nd November, with 70 passen- gers. CHA BED OUT. "-November 4-The Royal Mail steamer Sydney, 700 tons, Franklyn, for Melbourne. First class passengers from Adelaide-Messrs Barlow, Clark, and Eiler ; and original passengers and cargo from London. -November 5 - The brig Anna Dixon, 25ttfons, Kirby for Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs Hodg- kiss, Hart, Kirby, Jaffrey and wife, in the Cabin ; MesErs Pitman 2, fife, Smith, Thomas 2. Maty, Henty, Latour, Gordon, Calf. Heipe. Lowe, Takle, Croft, Peake 2, Douglass, Smith, Graiuger, Plunkett, Evans. Dawson, Crocket, McKinuon, Davis, Richardson, Porter, Prune, Evans, Locke, Charles, Harvey. Evans, Benn 2, Stranger, Doran, LutyelL Brant. Knight, Cook, Chillier.), Lovely. I Parson, Honey man, Pearce, Wright, Bird, Mun tea'h, Cant, and H ear lt-, in the steerage. November 6- I be baiqae Richardson, 367 tons. Richardson, for Swansea. Passengsrs - Aleases. Morgan, and J...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGR COLOKITADK, November 6, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 3, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, November 6, 1852.   Burras— £170 to £171 cash, sellers.   " £165 to £166 ditto, buyers. Gold, £3 11s 9d, cash, buyers. Sovereigns, 3d to 4d, premium, buyers. 6d, do, sellers. Money— 8 per cent, on freeholds, in sums abere   £500. Ditto, 10 percent, ditto, under £500. Ditto. 12½ per cent, on other securities. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE DERBY IMBROGLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

ÉDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE Dßß&r IMBROGLIO. Derby-we mean the town has just made an electioneering exhibition of itself; and »Derby-we mean the minister-will, as it -seems, haye to wince at the sound of his own name. The Derby election is j likely to be famous for more reasons than -one. It is awkard that the place from ¡ .which the Premier derives his $itle should have achieved such an unlucky priority of ill-fame in the electioneering annals of 1852 -and still more awkward that the first per- son openly connected with a very clumsy act of bribery should be a member of the Government. The case lies in a nutshell. 'One Morgan is pounced upon by the police, in a garret above a washhouse at the County Tavern in Derby, with ba/p full of gold, to the amount of £300, in his possession, and with certain memoranda, containing cer- tain numbers representing the -register marks of certain voters, to whom be was distributing money. =©ne Sharrach, a free and independent'Voter, and a butch...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. Messrs Hart, Ellis, Francis Dutton, and Neales were absent. Hoads Improvement Bill. The Council went intj Committee for the furthet consideration of this Bill, and ultimately adjourned till the following Tuesday (to-mor- row). Constables Appointment Bill. The ADVOCATE-GENERAL, in moving the ser o nd reading of this Dill, said it was very nearly a copy of the Act which was advanced through several steps during the last Session. The COLONIAL SECRETARY seconded, and urged the importance of the measure from the consideration that the excitement resulting frum discoveries of poid fields might again dis- organise the Police Force. The Bill was read a second time, and notice given that it would **e committed on Tuesday next Gratuities to Subordinate Civil Officers. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved tue House into Committee upon the Estimates for the con- sideration of a Message received from His Ex- cellency on the previous dav, recommending an add...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. j Ins GOLD ASSAT OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, vas 3,310 ois. 15 dwts. 8 g rs., which, valued at £3 lie per oz, amounts U>. £11,859 14 6 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,294,327 15 2 gives a present total of.£1,306,187 9 7 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following .re the deliveries since our last South Australian Banking Companv.-N"S. 4459, 4649, 4650, 4652, 4653, 4655, 4656, 4657, 4659, 4662, 4663, 4664, 4665, 4666, 4669, 4670. 4671, 4672, 4674, 4675, 4700, 4701, 4702, 4703, 4704, 4705, 47C6, 4737, 4406, 4634, 4681, 4682, 4684, 4685, 4686, 4687. 4688. 409), 4694, 4695, 4696, 46(>7, 4698, 4710, 4711, 4712, 4713, 4714, 4715, 4716, 4732, 4733, 4717, 4718, 4719, 4731, 4735, 4736, 4720, 4722. 4723, 4725, 4726. 4729, 4737, 47Se. 4739, 4740, 4741, 4743, 4743, 4754, 4755, 4756. 4757, 4673, 4728, and one loton account of the local Govern - mn TI» Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 4654,4660, 4661,4667,4668,4677, 4708, 4682,4691,469...

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