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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
TO CAPTAIN FRANCIE BRIG " LORD MON'CGg>MERY.., DEAR SÎR~We. the undersigned Passen- gers by y« ur vessel trom Melbourne, feel it ut once a pleasure end a duty to bear our public testimony to your seamanlike qualities, as shown in the heavy «eather and storm we encountered; j OUT gentlemanly and kind at- tention to ell y«ur passengers, es well as the comfortable arr .ngements of your vessel, sad the liberal supply of provisions of the very best quality. Wishing you prosperity in your future voyages, and that all your passengers iaay be as well content as we are, We reniion, for stives and feîîow-pa&seu ger«, "Yours veer truly, THOMAS ELDRIDGE WILLIAM WITHERICH JOHN PERKY, Sen. JOHN PERRY, Jun. JOHN CHAPMAN WM. PERRYMAN ROBT. HAYMAN HENRY FRANCIS Ac. Ac. icc. Port Adelaide, November 4, 1SJ2. TO DRAPERS. CLOTHIERS, AND - OTHERS, TO CR LET or SOLD, Valuable LEASE- HOLD PREMISES, situated ia Himl ley-street, doing a good business in the above branches ot trade. Immédiate posse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
STEAM FROM MELBOURNE TO LIVER OOL, FORMING PAST OF THK EAGLE LINE OP PACKETS. IRE Iron Screw Steamer 3,500 tons, and 5CO horse power, B. IL Mat-j thews, commander, will be dispatched for Liverpool in November or December. GREAT BRITAIN, Ulis magnificent ship, fitted up with every possible convenience, has just performed her trial voyage to New York in the most'Satis- factory manner, and with remarkable rapidity. Fully equipped for sailing, 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 tim«. FARES. After Saloon.80 Guineas and upwards Fore ditto.45 " " Second Cabin.25 "* " Including stewards' fies, 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 Second ...
THE NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
THE NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS. We are now able to make up our list of ibe new House of Commons. In addition to the members who were stated in our issue of the 18th October, the following are the names of the newly elected members, with their political opinions as far as ascertained : 2 r; Sp _ E.3' ï ; ? MEMBE BS ELECTED. »' ï* % - ' &nbsp; &nbsp; ? ~ g. &lt;£? 3. » S s Aberdeen - G. Thompson ........ 1 Aberdeenshire - Admiral Gordon .. 1 Abingdon - General J. Caulfield .. 1 Anglesea - Sir ft. B. W. Bulkeley 1 Argyllshire - Sir A. J. Campbell .. 1 Armagh (County) - Sir W. Veiner, Colonel Caulfield. 1 1 Armagh (.City) - S. S. Moore - 1 Athlone - W. Keogh . 1 Ayr ( Borough ) - J. Craufurd. 1 Ayrshire - CoL H. Blair . 1 Banbury - H. W. Tancred. 1 1 Sandon - Viscount Bernard . I Bauffsbire - J. Duff... . .. 1 Barnstaple - Sir W. Prater, B. Breua ridge. 2 Bath-Capt. G. T. Scobell, T. Phiun 2 Bedford-S. Whitbread, jun., H. Stuart. ..... 1 1 Kedfordshire-Col. Gilpin. F. ...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 4. SUBURBAN SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 4. SUBURBAN SECTIONS. LAND SALE. -The following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 9th of December, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent.:- SUBURBAN SECTIONS. County Adelaide, suburban to Gawler Town, Hun- dred of Barossa, Plan 128. Lot. Sec. Acres. Lot. £ 5990 3038 635 635 5991 3039 92 92 5992 3042 86 80 5993 3043 85 85 6922 3083 80 80 6923 3084 80 80 6692 3033 82 82 5627 3051 61 61 County Adelaide, suburban to Gawler Town, Hun- dreds of Barossa and Munno Para, Plan 128. 6924 1032 76 76 6925 1022 8) 80 6926 1027 60 80 Conti ty Adelaide, suburban to Gawler Town, Hun- dred of Munno Para. Plan 128. 6927 1724 45 45 6928 1706 80 80 6929 1707 78 78 6931 3252 79 79 6932 3253 79 79 6933 3254 79 79 6935 3257 82 82 6936 3258 83 83 6937 3259 77 77 COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide. Eastern Sources of the Torrens. Hundred of Talunga. Plan 129. 7125 7007 80 80 County ...
LETTER I. " Guia, Upper Rio Negro. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
LETTER I. " Guia, Upper Rio Negro. ***** "I am now just going &nbsp; to start again for Javita in Venezuela, near the sources of the Rio Negro and the Oronooko*, so will first write you some ac- count of my doings, which I hope may reach you before the end of the year. After an inland voyage of seventeen hundred miles the same eternal boundless forest &nbsp; ocean still surrounds me; the country is &nbsp; &nbsp; still the same almost perfect plane, though at distant intervals there are masses of granite from 500 to 4,000 feet high rising &nbsp; like giants above the forest plane. The &nbsp; river is still from half a mile to a mile &nbsp; wide, and crowded with innumerable islands &nbsp; in its whole course. It is perhaps the most wonderful river in the world. Below for about 500 miles it is a complete sea of islands, from ten to twenty miles wide. In that distance only once was there a clear view from shore to shore. I...
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND, ART. SOUTH AMERICA. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1852
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND, ART. &nbsp; SOUTH AMERICA. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE. Sir,—I have forwarded for a spare column in your journal, extracts from some letters re- cently come to hand from a relative, an ex- plorer and naturalist, containing graphic accounts of the present aspect of animated nature in the vast Southern countries of the New World, and other matters of interest to the geographer, traveller, and lover of na- ture. The party I allude to was, in the stirring times of the opening of the various railroads in England, and when quite a young man, &nbsp; &nbsp; employed with two of his brothers as engineers. &nbsp; &nbsp; When his various avocations in this line ceased, &nbsp; he began to yearn for a glimpse of foreign &nbsp; lands. He was fond of Botany from his early &nbsp; days, but after the receipt of letters from me, &nbsp; &nbsp; describing the Natural History of this Colo...
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
ASSAY OFFICE. I Tlie Government Assayer Ls prepared to receive ! vi old Dost for assay ander an Act Ño 1, of 1853, I on Tuesdays aud Fridays, beween the boars of IO &.ui. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- : tions : - j I 1. AU uncoined Gold to be assayed* by the Go. virnment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay i Office, in the Government Buildings, King Williau. i etreet. between the hours of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., an j 'tuesdays and Fridays. 2. Ko paree) of Gold less than twenty ounces in ] weight will be received. j 3. D]K>n a parcel of Gold being 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, aud will enter iu the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of iu receiy fc, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bauk at which the said Gold when assayed »nd smelted, ÍB to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owuer. 4. The abo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. I WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES lo practice Law in the United iSïateà Supreme Court silting in Wash- 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 Liherium ces in any part of the United States and in 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 his care. Reliable in- formation given in reply to enquiries of per- sons desirous of err.igra ting to the United Stales. Igg" Communications in any of the langua- ges of Europe, addressed to W. G. Snethen 5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill, Washington United Stal...
IMPOUND INGSL [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
IMPOUND INGSL Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham--One red and white cock-horned bullock, white belly, like S off shoulder, like IH off rump ; one red heifer, like El off rump ; one red and white heifer, white back, belly, and tail, illegible brand near rump; one yellow and white poly cow, white with her. If not claimed, will be sold Novem- ber 29, 1852, at noon. rump, cow calf running GEOEGE BOWKER, 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 near side. If not claimed, will be sold 29th November, 1852, at noon. W. REASON, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga-One red and white i steer, off born broke off, H off ribs and off rump; one red bullock, horns cocked, v.hite on rump, tail, and under belly, like Dj^N near ribs, If notxlaimed, will be sold November 29, 1652, at noon. W. KING, Poundkeeper. , Impounded at the publi...
VESSELS IN HABBOUB. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
VESSELS Di HABBOUB. Adelaide, barque, 492 toas, Frentearue, from Lou- don. Alfred, barque, 263 tons, Hammin, from Hamburg. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Amiens, schooner, 150 tons, C. E. Berthean, from i Melbourne, 2nd instant. ! Bandicoot, schooner, 55 tons, Frazer, from Port I Lincoln. Barbara Gordon, barque, S38 tons, Lilley, for Melbourne. Bengal Merchant, barque, - tons, Donovan, from Melbourne, 28th October. Candahar, ship, 900 tons, Goss, from Melbourne. Circasian, brig, 318 tens, J. Ridley, from Swa Citg of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Chatham, barque, 539 tons, Copeland, for Mel- bourne. Daphne, schooner, 60 tons, Martin, from Melbourne, 5th instant. Dreadnought, barque, 538 tons, Lowrie, from Mel' bourne. Eleanora, Government schooner, laid np for re- pairs. Epaminondat, thip, 1171 tons, H. H. Kerr, from Liverpool. Grasmere. 700 tons, Corabel!, from Liverpool. Henry Tanner, barque, 388 tons, Vaggare, from London. Laid up. Lapwing, cutter,...
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alteram partem." WATER-WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alLeraui parte m." WATEB-WORKS. Mr EDITOR,-Of all the contemplated im- provements, that of supplying the city with pure water, is the most important; as it im- mediately affects the health and the lives of the inhabitants. From January lill June the Torrens is in some places clotted ov»r with acoal of manure three or four inches thick ; ia other places the dung has sunk to the bottom. TWB water about or near this deposit I believe to be a virulent poison; I put some of it in my mouth, and found k most acrid and disgusting. No filtering would ever satisfy me that this water might be drunk with impunity. Air Trewortha proposed to supply water from under the »itv. This is done in Liver- pool ; I do not know what are the objections to that method here- Tire favourite scheme seems to be that of brinkin? water from a treat distance. No doubt this plan would suit en- gineers best, as being the most costly. The idea of an Artesian weil was abandoned, I was told, from...
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
SHIP MAILS. Tliaredaj, November 11. Maila will be dispatched as under For Great Britain, by the Grassmere, to Calcutta and Overland, this day, at half-past 3; by the steam ship Foi mosa, to Singapore and Overland, expected on tbe 12th instant ; and by the Boyal Mail steam ship Sydney, direct, expected the first week in December. For Victoria, by the Dreadnought, Chatham, and Candahar, Ais day, at ll. For the East Indies and China, by the Grassmere and Formosa, as above. For Swan Biver, by the Formosa, as aboveV
ADELAIDE PORT AKD CITY RAILWAY. 3, Cannon-rovr, Westminster, 11th June, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
ADELAIDE PORT AKD CITY RAILWAY. 3, 0aranon-rovr, Westminster, I Iib June, (852. Sir-I heg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 27th ult., r&lt; questing that no further pro. ceedings he at present taken in this business. Previously to this, I had prepared and submitted to Mr Wm. Cubitt an estimate for the work and materials. This estimate, although including only the hare necessaries for the establishing of the liailway in the simplest workable form, and omit- ting many items referred to in the original specifi- cation, already exceeded the sum furnished by the Undertakers by nearly ¿5,600. To furnish all the materials required, it will be necessary that not less than £3'»,OOO should ba placed at your disposal. In the necessity for the providing of a sum not less than this, Sir Wm. Cubitt fully concurs. ! I am, fcc, LI. CHAPMAN. Edward Barnard, Esq., &c , ¿rc.
COUNCIL PAPER. ADELAIDE CITY AND PORT RAILWAY. 5, Cannon-row, 16th June, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
COUNCIL PAPER. ADELAIDE CUT AND PORT RAILWAY. 5, Cannon .row, 16th .lune, 1852. Sir=-With reference to Sir Henry Young's Des- patch to the Secretary of Slate, "No. 11 of 9th Jan^try last, relative to the propriety of suspending the purchase of the rails, ¿tc, for the City of Adelaide and Port Hailwey, I have the honour to transmit to you, for the information of his Excel- lency, the copy of a letter from Mr H. Chapman, sUÄing that £30,000 will be required to provide all the articles of machinery and other materials neces- sary for the work in question. I have the the honour to he, Sir, Your most obedient hom bte servant, EDW. BARS ABD, The Hon. (be Colonial Secretary, South Australia.
SHARE LIST. King William-street, November IO, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
SHARE LIST. King William-street, November IO, 1852. Borras-Last sales, £170, cush. Money on Freehold. IO to I 2£ per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and sma l loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, £3 11s 6d to £3 11s 9d. JNO. RICHARDSON f 0 , D. MELVILLE ~ \ Brokers.
POLICE COURT Monday, November 8. Before H. R. Wigley Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
POLICE COURT Monday, November 8. Before H. B> Wigley Esq. Charles Lorrain, charged with being drank and ' assaulting the police, was fined £1. 1 Joseph Hall, a lad of about 12 years hf age, was charged with stealing a pistol'aud other ai ides the I roperty of John Warren, of Mount &lt;îrawford. also with stealing'^ whip from the stable ot'the Globe lim, Uuudle-street thc property of àir Giles, WHS remanded for a week for the attendance of the pro- secutor. j Robert Gray was charged with furiously"riding in Bindlej and Kin? William-streeti, on Saturday last, and with feloniously assaulting Mr Tulmer, the Commissioner of Police iu the execution of bis dnty. Mr Parker defended the prisoner. Alexander Tolmer stated that en Saturday after- noon he saw the prisoner lashing and spurring his horse in Hindley-street. Witness walked into the road, and told the prisoner that he was riding in a very improper manner through the streets, io which Erisoner made no reply, but stilt conti...
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, November 10, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, November 10, 1852. Burras-£170 cash, sellers. 34 shares have changed hands during the day at prices from £169 to £170, cash. Gold, £3 lls9d. cash, buyers. Sovereigns, 3d, premium, buyers. Money- 8 per cent, on freeholds, in sums above £500. Ditto, 10 per cent, ditto, under £500. Ditto, 124 per cent, on other securities. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. — Before Mr Just[?]ce Cooper. Monday, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
SUPREME COURT. Ci TIL SITTINGS. - Before Mr Just ce Cooper. Monday, November ti. THIÍIHEB v. MASTIN.-Action to recover £100, being one quarter'* rent of three sections of land. Defendant pleaded-Not indebted. The Ad»oca'e Generol appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Ingleby for the defendant. Verdict for the plaintiff, for the full amount. TODD AND OTBEBS V. SHAKES §AND AKOTUEK, Action for £73 6s rent. Hr Bakewell appeared for the plaintiff-;, and afr Parker for the defendants Mr Bakewell said the defendants were Directors of the Wheal Harmony Mine, and ia that capacity bad incurred the liability ; aud that they had con- sented to a verdict. Verdict for the plaintiffs, for the full amount. FiiOWEB ASD UVHEBS v. FiKE-Mr Bakewell for the plaintiffs, and Mr James for the defendant. The parties having agreed to submit the facts to the Court as a Special Case, the record was with- drawn. DOB DEM PHILP V. RUSSELL.-Action in eject- ment, to recover possession of a public house called the Mor...