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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
Advertisement. AT a MEETING beld ai Mr Wilîams's ! City Bridge Hot-el, this 5th day of No- vember, 18Ô2-A. H. Gouge in the chair-for the purpose of raising a TESTIMONIAL TO MR INSPECTOR ALFORD, as a tangible proof of lhe high estimation in which his valuable services are held by his Adelaide friends-the following resolutions were moved end carrie l, viz. i ' Moved by Mr Dubsom and seconded by Mr Vi. Wil'iaiua "That a Committee of Uve be forth vdt h aj> pointed to collect tond», viz. : - Mr Mason Mr Schmidt Mr Dobson H. Cuoga W. Williams, C.B. Carried. Moved by Mr \\ illiams, and seconded by Mr Dobson " That subscription lists be left with the follow- ing gentlemen, viz. : Messrs F. Fishei Messrs Disher and Milne G. Cant Crawford .Horn»brook G. James Carruthers Curuow IJoiu, Ship fun Hall, Phoeuix lazar Hawkins, Gresham Bamsay, Barleycorn P. Smith, Red Lion Clisby A. Malcolm H. Figg . J. Chanter Johnson, Leigb-street' Bobinette Freemason's Simms and Hayter P. ß. Coglin James Potte...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. The Martin Luther, bound hence to Liverpool with copper ore, has been compelled to bear np for George Town with six feet water in her hold. She has been surveyed by Captain Walker, Harbour Master at Launceston, and will have to discharge her cargo. The barque Rival and the brigantine Henrietta are laid on at Melbourne for our port. The ship Frisk, from Adelaide bound to London, put in on Monday, having received damage, with two feet water in the hold. She anchored at the White Buoy.-Launceston Examiner, October 27.
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, 8th November. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, Sth November. Present-Captain Freeling, ILE.. Chairman; W. Giles, Esq., M.L C., Mr D. Randall, Mr Hewitt, and Mr Chamberlain. The consideration of the arrangement to be made with Mr Custance, respecting a quantity of stone which he had removed from the road near Tapley's Hill, without the authority of the Board, was deferred till the next meeting, to give Mr Custance an opportunity of stating his own case. The application of Mr Babbage and Captain O'Halloran, respecting the damage done to the road near St. Mary's Church, was re-considered. The Board were of opinion that they could net be responsible tor damage done by the winter rains, and directed the Secretary to write to the applicants to that effect. I Hahndorf Bridge. - The Board re-con. [ sidered the Memorial of the owners and occu : piers of land near Hahndorf Bridge, complain- ing of the damage they rad sustained by the overflowing of the water from the drains made by the direction of the Board. T...
MACLAREN VALE NEW FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
MACLAREN VALE i\TEW FLOUR MILL. Tlie foundation stone of this edifice was laid OD the 2nd instant, in a Section belong- ing to Mr Hewitt of Oxenberry Farm John James, Esq., handled the trowel on the occasion, and in a neat speech expressed his hope that the building which they were about to raise wouid prove to be the foundation oí a i lasting property to the agricultural interests of Tthat part of the colony, It would form an in« j strument for overturning that Colossus of Monopoly and Extortion under which the farmers had so long groaned. When the needy agriculturist sent his grain to the Mill he might I rest assured that he would at least have " Mea- sure for Measure." I most heartily congratu- late you, gentlemen, said the speaker in con- clusion, " on the spiiit you have displayed in 1 this undertaking, and I take it as an earnest of what your future united efforts «rill accom- plish towards raising you to your proper place in society, and perfecting your fortunes. May the Lons...
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. A considerable amount of business has been done in gold this week, and the price has had rather an upward tendency. ±3 Iis üd 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 tbe steam ship Sydney, tends to keep up the price of gold ; and sovereigns, which very lately commanded a premium of 5 per cent., have been sold at li per cent., and every prospect of their being immediately procurable at par. The news from the Echunga Diggings have again become more nattering; the first sign of which was the finding of a nugget of 4£ ounces weight among some stuff thrown np for washing. This was found where these diggings were com- menced, acd it has been 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- ging«, but the fact of snch a large number con...
THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
THE ENGLISH PARLIAMENT. THE following statistical statement will give our readers a fair idea of the relative strength of parties in the new House of Commons. It will also serve to indicate very distinctly in which direction the march of opinion in the English boroughs is ; tending : Cities and Boroughs. London Westminster, and Metropolitan Boroughs 22 Cities. 19 Boroughs, with more than 60 thousand in« habitants each ..... 17 " from 20 to 50 thou 19 " from IO to 20 .» 37 " " 5 to 10 .« ] 1 " nuder 5thousand.. The above return 2 mern« bars each. 19 Boroughs above 10 thousand.*.» 34 " less than 10 thou* sand. Inhabitants, ELECTIONS. Census 1841. 1841 1847 1852 L. C. L. C. L. C. 1,725,648 15 3 17 1 10 2 651,204 26 18 91 13 34 IO 1,802,267 27 ll 29 9 34 4 545,086 17 17 2l 13 22 12 266,169 13 26 19 19 22 16 179,420 27 47 33 41 44 30 48,008 8 14 9 IS 13 9 443,109 13 G ld 6 14 5 822,«4 19 15 19 15 20 14 164 157 191 130 219 102 1852. L. C. English Cities and Boroughs . 219 102 English Univ...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
ADELAIDE PMCE GÜBRENT- r. tXPOBTB. y SPIRITS (ta bond) £ . d CV Brandy, United Vin. per r j g'dlon .-. o'ia 0 O 12 o Ditto, do. do., per. case 10 0 I 12 O Ditto, Martell's, per gal. 0 12 O OOO Ditto ditto per case .. 1 IO' O 1 12 0 Do. other brands per gai. 0 10 O OOO. Ditto, ditto, per case ..ISO «PO Rum (W. L) per galion 0 4 6 OOO VV husky, ditto ... ... 120 OOO Gin (Old lom) ditto.. 0 8 O O 9 O Genera, oex case. OOO OOO W INES - (duty paid j - Port, pw pipe ..- 4R o 0 ,55 0 O « Ditto, per dozen. | 50 2 0 0 Sherry, par pipe.1*5 0 0 40 il O Ditto, per dosen. I 4 V 1 12 O Cape, per pipe. none# Champagne, per down 2 0 0 3 6 0 Claret, ditto . I 5 0 I W) O Mar»« la, per pipe. OOO O © » Ditto. oer dozen. OOO 0 0a PORTER Taylor's per hhd ... ^ Trueman's .« / Barclay Perkins« .. ( . 15 0 6 6 0 Whitbread's.J Ditto, per doten. 0 12 o OOo Dublin ditto. Der hhd .. 4 15 9 OOO ALE-London tíranos, per * bud. 7 0 O O O Bass's Borton, Ko. S .. 8 0 0 8 f 0 Bottled, per doc j. OHO 0 ta 0 Ditto, per ...
The Morning Chranicle. This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Thursday, November ll, 1852. YESTERDAY'S COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
Clje Barning ©tjtauirle. *' This is true libertj, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, maj speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide : Thursday, November ll, 1852. YESTERDAY'S COUNCIL. THE unexpected length of the debates in Council yesterday, has left us without room for comment on beveral topics of interest which we had intended to notiee. The discussion on J Mr Elder's motion for a Select Committee to enquire into Mr Archer's claim against the Customs, alone occupied nearly two hours. Our report will convey a faithful abstract of the speeches on both sides of the question-a question necessarily interesting to the mercantile community, involving, as it does, points of practical application to all concerned in wholesale trade.
KDITOKIAL OPINIONS. ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
KDITOKIAL OPINIONS. ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. The periodical returns of the Beglstrar General, of which we published an example on Friday, are assuming an exceedingly curious aspect. Two or three years ago we were attracted and gratified with the incon- testable prosperity of thc population which these statistics disclosed, nor is there the least ground for anticipating reverses in this particular. Marriages still multiply, births increase., and life, upon the whole, is lengthened and improved. That general amelioration of the people's condition which testifies to the soundness of a national policy, and which was at first dis- paraged as exeeptiooal or temporary, is now placed beyond a doubt by the concur- rence of successive returns in the same in- variable result. Beyond all question, the in- habitants of this country at large are more comfortable in their circumstances than at any previous period since recent memory. They find means more readily for marrying and settling, they are b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
STEAM FRQ3I MELBOURNE TO LIVERPOOL, ^ rOBMtNG PAM OF TUB EAGLE LINE OF FACKETS. TflE Iron Screw Steiner GREA T m RITA I li. ' 3,500 tons, and 5?0 horse power, ' B. IL Mat- thews, commander, will he dispatched for Liverpool in November or DecembW. This magnificent ^h«»! fitted up%íth**ery possible convenience, aa* just performed her trial voyage to New^prs: in the most jsa£w-. factory manner, aiid%i£tt_xera^ 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 lima FARES. After Saloon.80 Guineas end 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 «very requisite will be provided. In the Second Cabin t...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRITEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRITES. November 8-The barque Margaret Brock, 250 tons, McMeckao, from Melbourne, 2nd instant, j Passengers-Mr Jordan and two children, Messrs ] Henry, Falconer, Stacey, Yates, Loather, Taylor, and Smith,* in the cabin, and 96 in the steerage. Same day-The schooner Amiens, 150 tons. C. E. Bertbean, from Melbourne, 2nd instant. 78 pas [ sengers in the cabin and steerage. November 9-The barque Mazeppa, 163 tons, H. Marsh, from Melbourne, 5th November. Passen- gers-Mrs Pitman and three children, Mrs Cave and infant, Mrs Plaisted and child, Messrs Hawker, 1 Dick Phillips, Harmes, Reeves, Bottoniley, Muir- head, Bryan, Kenwick, Staihert^and Jones, in the cabin ; Messrs Futner, Simpson, Cartenden, Haine, Mont, Williams,1 Denney, Len well, Walpole 2, San well, Leonard, Nestor 2, Kailey, Tuck, Simmonds, Wood, Day 3, Cantwell, Murphy, Walsh 2, Grant, Hill, Blyth, Flannel, Hall, Nixon, Dunstan, Barratt, Williams, Safer, Shaw wife and two children, Jones, Hicks, and Smi...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Ihursday, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Ihursâay, November 4. Finances.-Pay List, £87 los 3d. Receipts, City Rates, £23 36s 4d; Slaughtering Fees,; ¿22 10s; Market Dues, £3 16s Id; Depastur- ing Lie nses, £53 4s. Balance in hand, £270 8s 4d. Depasturing of Horses.-It was moved by Alderman Solomon, seconded by Alderman Hall, and carried unanimously- i " That mares and geldings be allowed ta de- pasture on the Park Lands upon payment of one shilling per week " Market and Slaughter-Souse.-The report of the Committee was read. It advised the es- tablishment of a market on the Corporation Acre. With reference to a temporary market for the sale of fruit, &c, during the summer: months, the Committee desired to make further erquiries.- The report recommended the adoption of the vacant site on North-terrace, between the Council Chamber and Morphett street, as a stand for the 6ale of wood and hay, and also for carts for hire. It also re- commended the letting of the repairs and sup- ¡ plies of the Slaught...
LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTES. VII. Melbourne, "27th October, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTES. VII. Melbourne, "27th October, 1852. The more I see of this country, and the more I know of its internal condition, the stronger j grows my conviction that its prosperity, or at all events its substantial improvement and the full/levelopment of its resources, depends upon an entire change in its land system. This is felt and seen by every Souih Australian, but is j very dimly perceived by old residents and per- sons newly arrived from England. There is now no want ot capital here; it abounds every- where, and nowhere more than among the class of industrious working men ; but the grand question now is where are they to find an in- vestment? Vast multitudes here have sums at their command varying from £500 to £1000 who cannot do anything with advantage to secure a comfortable and permanent livelihood for themselves and families. Land is indeed put up for sale, but in such driblets that it is bought up at or run up to high prices by land sharks. A man of...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
? - - THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. Messrs. Waterhouse and Younghusband, were absent. Petitions. Mr HARE presented a petition from the Managers of the South Australian Indépend- ant Order of Odlfellows, praying for the in- troduction of a Bill similar to the Act of Par- liament for the incorporation of the Society in Britain. Mr HARE presented a petition from Mr James O'Sullivan, Schoolmaster, of Salisbury, alleging that he had been refused a license from the Central Board of Education on ac- count of being a Roman Catholic, and praying the Council to redress the wrong he had suffered therefrom. Both petitions were received and read. Bullion Act Amendment Bill. The COLONIAL SECHETARV moved the House into Committee, for the further con- sideration of this Bill, and sta'ed that the two additional clauses to which he had alluded when the Bill was last before tbe Council, had been printed. The first provided that in the event of the weekly deposits of gold in the Assay-O...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 4. SUBUKBAK SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 4. SUBURBAN SECTIONS. LAND SALE. -- The following portions of Grown 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.: -- &nbsp; 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 86 5993 3043 85 85 6922 3083 80 80 6923 3084 80 80 6692 3083 82 82 &nbsp; 6627 3051 61 61 County Adelaide, suburban to Gawler Town, Hun- dreds of Barossa and Munno Para. Plan 128. 6924 1032 76 76 6925 1022 80 80 6926 1027 80 80 County 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 70 6935 3257 82 82 6936 3258 83 83 &nbsp; 6937 3259 77 77 COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide. Eastern Sources of the Torrens, &a...
LOCAL AFPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 November 1852
LOCAL AFPAIÊS. THE GOLD ASSAT OFFICE.-The quanti ty of gold deposited on Tuesday, «as 4,145 ozs. 12 dwts 2 grs., which, valued at £3 11s per OE, amounts to.... £14.-716 17 ll and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,306,187 9 7 gives a present total of.£1,320,904 7 6 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last j- T" South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. f 4641, 4744, 4745, 4746, 4747, 4748, 4749, 4750, 4751, 4758, 4759, 4860, 4802, 4803, 4811, 4813, 4814, 4752, 4760, 4768, 4769, 4770, 4774, 4775., 4776, 4777, 4778, 4779, 4781, 4782, 4784, 4786, 4788, 4791, 4792, 4796, 4798, 4799, 4805, 4806, 4807, 4808, 4809, 4812, 4816, 4826, 4827, 4828, 4829, 4839, 4841, 4842. and 4773 Union Bank of Australia.-Nbs. 4771. 4772, 4783, 4787, 4789, 4810, and 4804. I Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 4762, 4763, ; 4764, 4765, 4780, 4832, and 4879. SELECTION OF CROWN LA>DS.-We under- stand that Crown Lands to the value of near) j £10,000 have been selected an...
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EKCHA[?] COLONNADE, November 20, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
BOSS'S SH ABE LIST. 2, EiCHAKS* Co LO WK AB«, November 20,1052. Burras-Last sales, £162. «oíd, £S 12s. easfa, faa, - « Money -10 per cent &lt;ra freeholds. Ditto. 12f per cent, on ether securities. Apidyt° J-^ROSS. J " - Broker.
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
ASSAY OFFICE. Tie Government ~': jlsssyeris prepared to receive Gold Dost for assay auder an A« Ko 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the hours of 10 a.m. and S pin., subject to tbeTvllowing regula- tions': - " '? 1. All unlined Gold to be assayed by the Go. verament- Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office: in the Government Bmldincs,King WilliaiL. street', between 4he hours -of lu e^:,ands p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. 4. Noparee' of Gold less than twenty «unces in weight wdl %eTeceivea. 3. Up^n'a'parataF Gold being presented at the office, the Government Assayer, or his assistant, will proceed, in .the prexeaWof the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, .and will entérinai» assay.bpok the weigty of the Gold, the daje.of ¡its reoMy t, and the name of the owner thereof together wijth the name cf ; the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed' »nd '¿tóelted; is to bs delivered to, or to the order,* of the owner.' ' " 4. The above-Mentioned entry tn tfce*ieaybo...