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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
LOCALAÏFAI&S. THE GOLD A«ur f)mcB.-^Toe qnavtfty .f #jold deposited on Friday, WM 1,248 on. 4dwis.'0gra* ~,.:r . - wbich^Talned nt £8 lia per* ox, amounts to.£4,431 2 2 and, adding die total raia» of prerioojdeposits,rix.. £l,$29,o^S 14 -6 - . : ? . .- i--.-.. rre* a presenttotsl of..... £1,334,014 16 £ '. rjkxrvpEY o* GOLDIMÖO^-Ti»tlolfowing àr» lheJ delfreries'since our iast s^^S^^^^I^ - South A nitration Bañktnjf Company.~-Nos. 4938, 49ß9* ,49«,,494A 494S, 4Ö44, 4945, 4^ mrr4m;«m 4950, 4951,. 4962, 4957, 4959, 4972, 4973, 4974. 4975, 4976, 4977, 4980,-4981, 498a, 4988,-4960, 4961, 4964, 4966, 4966, 4968* «d; 4969. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 4940,49*6, 4909; 4968, 497Q. 487L 497».*n4r*»#a. ? Bank ef Australasia.j&B3, 4956, 4978, and *MfiaWw.,i.i *n*«r."n ^ f'-*«NaÄBOW 'J «^G*i*JtVr-OQi iTJtnrcd^^bjatgr**S - Mr Wnb^tugasfa^Iof' Tammtm^mß^mmug some floor at?aitfsx« Bkt^i$Sr^M^Sf?^»9' street, hs mi-d his feMs?ttfeTn|a$^ ene of the tnq» daertiritö: »r a, distance of...
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alteram partein." THL SCAB IN SHEEP BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alteram partein." THE SCAB IN SHEEP BILL. &nbsp; &nbsp; MR EDITOR—Allow me through your paper to express my opinion on the observations and votes given in the Legislative Assembly1; on Wednesday the .Itch inst., on the 8ca& ia j Sheep Act Amendment BUL I find tharfîf I drive a flock of sheep to the marae^'-and b-ie or more sheep is found infected with- the disease the whole of the nock ia to be destined J suppose it is intended by that to punish- the owner by the loss of his property for the -pre-, sence of the infected sheep, and. the desvae don of good for the sake of the bad. "' Ithis, ; Sir, is against all the laws I ever, read^-qt is ! agaiast the.common weal,-^-itis again»t-"/ree dom,-it is against .common sense.' -: IF the I Council has passed the clause to; that'effect j I do not think his Excellenco 'will give his assent- He surely has better sensed i am very I 6ure the Bill will never~xeceive her Majesty's assent, Les us look...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
THE LEGl^ATJFBißGÜNCIL. ,. THURSDAY, JSovÈJiBEB. 18. Absent-Mr Grainger and Mr^Gwynne. ; The Formosa's Mail. Mr ANGAS called the' attention of the Go-, vernment to the very great disappointment which had been experienced. în,_consequence of the sudden departure of this steam vessel withqos .doe : notice being given after her arrival. The COLONIAL SECRET/ART said that the Formosa was under the entire control of a . private company, and that consequently the Government could not interfere. City and Port Jtatftoay. Mr GILES moved "The consideration of the Governor's instruc- tions to this Üadertakers of the City and Port Railway, with a view of ascertaining the sense of I the Council aa to how far Ute same are approved of i His object in doing so' was to ascertain the opinions of honorable members upon his Ex- cellency's instructions, opinions which heooped would not much differ. The Council bad a» reed to a Bill-to make a Railway ironi the CitjTto the Port, and also a branch to the No...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 November 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Kl TKO. - November 18 - l%e barque Jone, 333 tona'' Sbeader, fri.m Loados. 24th Jone. Passengers-^ Mr Geo. Sump, Mr Parry and daughter, Mr B. F.: forton, in the cabin ; and 12 in the steerage. . Same day-I he P. and O Company's sf earner Formosa, 675 tons. Parfitt, from Sydney, last from Melbourne, 15th instant. . Passengers -From Sydney to Adelaide : Chief cabin : Mr and Hes B. Howard, Miss Montefiore, Messrs E. L. Montefiore, John Beils, and L. Howard, and L. Barnett. From Melbourne to Adelaide: Chief cabin:. Ber. Mr Byan. Mr Smythe, Me*-rs Fletcher, G. B. Scott, 3, Hamilton, T. Jones, W.H. Formby, J. D. Ludd, N. Hales, A. N. Smith, N. B. Mortlock- Second cabin : Mr and' Mrs T. W. Patterson, Messrs R, Barony, J. fi. Smith. H. Ingham^ L. Nichols, J. Bodley. Passengers to Batavia : Mr H. A. t'orsythe, and-ll rf. >leLachhuv Passeagersto Singapore t M«oan J. W. Bcwker, G B. Pentum, 6. Solomon, Enoch Brie, und Mrs Jones. Passenger to Bombay Captain J. A. Corta...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
»PORTS. SFDMTS O* *omï) ?:. .-v#v? ùàïà: Brandy, United Tin. per - ; T ., ; = lytto.do,;do.,,per.e**e l?.io :i0 ./: tilla*: O 5^^$&P^JS**--JP Jf * Ditto ditto r^case^.. 1 W ' fi ' " î T|" f , Do.ptb^¿^d».Der^ J) JO fl jj «i* O : Bum-fW. Ê)per galion 6 » I ^~ 0 é U Genera, ¿jer case...... 0 0 é" ""a ir 0 Pf£;M* . §0j 0 S -. O o ' Ditto, pw doñea.,. I 5 0.. ¡SOO .!&lt;Sherry; per pipe ...\>..í =*P o o «0^0 o Ditto, per,doa«....,. 4 4 4) j ajfo ft . Cape, per pyie........ »OM, Champagne, per;deaen JJ-0 ^O71 « f o Claret, ditto ......... 1 -O- ,. j-£f)j 0 liaran la, per pi pe...... e .0 Ó CO . Ditto, oerdbiea ...... too v; 0 0 FGRTÉB-; Taylor's per Jbkdî Ttnemau's ..... Barcia j Perkins' Whitbread**.«.... Ditto, per dowra ...... 0 13 O OOo 8 8 t 10.L-«V 0 0 13 O . O e) Dublin ditto, per ohd .. 4 1ft . OOO ALE-I.ondoiv brana*, per fchd. .. -_ « Í ft,- IQ * © Bias's Kurten, No. 3 .. 8 0 0/ 8 í 0 Bottled per dósr, - - - O U Ó' -O ¡Ovo lJiuojOerdw. ^D^barji 0 IS 0 OOo STJ...
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
: The Government AssaTerlsp'ñpyí^d'ie receive Gold Dust for aj^y rotter an"' Act.Kb t;'_of T85S. on Tuesday« tod ïrwlavs. ' bew^B rae' hohr* of 10&m.ana9*p^m.,;«ebje^ tibnsf - ' * "'"' *' ;I . 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go. ??eminent Assayer, tnnBt be brought to the Assay Office, in ibe Government RuHdines; King WiHisw etreet. between the'honra of lu a.o.,aad 3 p.m., on. Tuesdays and-Fiidays. v? 2. Ko paree' of Gold leas titan twenty ' ©anees in weight will be received: 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the office, tbe Government Assayt-r. or ms assistant, will proceed, in the présence of the person bringing soeh Gold, to weigh the same, and «rill enter in the asas y book the wright »if the Gold, the date of its'3 receiyt, and the name of the o wner thereof, together with tíie oame af the Bank at widen the said Gold when assayed.»nd smelted, is to ba .delivered tn, or to the order, pf the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book shall be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
AWCLWä SUBJECT TO AH AV TALO REM DUTI Of Carriages : clocks and wateb.es ; drugs unenume- rated; Inroitore; flint glass: co1,«ast, mirrora, and taairafactares ; groceries andoilmen's atores not «nimierated; jewellery, plate apdplatad goods;, paper ¡manufactures, not enumerated ; perfumery ;. pipes, not pf common clay ; spices, not enumerated ;. .stationary, unenumerated; unenumerated articles manufactured. ! **' ASTICI.CS snsncF.70 AH AD YAW»«« »inri or 5PERCEÏT. Apparel and sloped cutlery and bardware; dra- pery, lisbfrdashery, hosiery, tnillinerv; manufaeta res of silk! Wen, cotton, wool, and bair; earthen- ware «nd «^ina; grindery ; iron niaiinfactiires. not enumerated -, implements and toéis ; lewd manufac- tured ; leather, manufactures unenumerated ; saddlery and harness ; tinware and rio plates ; zinc, ann mannfactores of ditto; manufactures of wood; unenumerated ar! iel CB, raw, SrjEJFCT, TO À DUT OT 6 FKK CUT, Copper, manufactures of. «KB LUT. . Animals, iivraor? baggage -of...
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE GOLONNADA, November 24 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. », EXCHANGE GoLotmxvm, November 24 1852. Borras-I*st sales, ^£ 162, cub, "com dividend.*' Goldys 12s. easb, ba - Money-10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12è per cent, on ether securities. Apply to J F. BOSS, Broker.
ADELAIDS LABOUR MAfiKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
ADELAIDS LABOUR MAfiKET. Blacksmiths, 10s to 12s per day -Bakers. 8s to I Os ditto, with board and lodging Bullock drivers. £25 to £35 par annum, ditto Botchers, 7a to 9s per oay, ditto Carpenters. 10s to 12s per da j Cabinetmakers, Ids to 12s, ditto Carriagetn akers, los td 12s, ditto Coopers, 8áto lCs, ditto . Domestie Serrante Males, £40 to £60 per annum, with board" and lodging Females. £19 to £26. ditto, ditto Day laborers, bato 7» per day Farm Servant* Married Couple, £45*. £80 per annom, with board and lodging1 Single men, £40 to £50, ditto, ditto Milkra, 10s lo 12«. ditto Mowers, 10s to 19% ditto Painter* and Glaaiers, Ss to I Os, ditto Plasterer 12s to 4 OVâHto Sawyers, per 100 «Mt, 15s to £1 ls naddlen, 10s to »4« per day Shoemakers, 14s to i«srditto ^epherös,49*to £60 par annum, with board and lodging 1 vj Tannera, 10s to 12s per day Wheelwrights, *0s4e 12a; ditto.
[?] [?] King William-street, November 24, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
' ISfailfeflÜffL- i Bañas-£163. Money on Freehold, 10 to 124 per cent. Ditto on Borraacrip, sad smad loans, 15 per Ditto on di60oanta,4ea«ehoid, «sd-oibeMeearit^ 16 to 20 per cent. ' ~\ Geld, £3 11s 9d, cash, buyers. i JÑO. RICHARDSON; r, . ö" I
GOVEBSMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
GOVEBSMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 18. Lasa SALK.-The following portions of Crown! uds will he offered for sale hy publie afanen, st ?he Local Court Hon«s Adelaide/o* Thursday, the 23rd of December, 1852, at 1 l'O'clock. Deposit 10 per oe nu- "* imvxjràaJi. HBCTHraa. County Hindmarsh, near Hindmarsh River, Hun- dred of Gool » a. . Plan 75. Lot, Sec 'Aeres. Prie». £ 7353 44 74 74 cetnrrar SECTIOS«. County Light, north-east of Belvidere Mate, Hun- dred of Gilbert. 7354 liol 74 74 7355 t102 60 «0 County Light, west of Light Special Sumy, Hun- dred of Gdbert. - 7856 ,.373 80 86 7357 469 90 90 7356 626 80 80 7359 7&lt;>6 80 80 7360 751 8t 83 7361 806 80 80 7362 875 80 80 7363 914 40 40 7364 954 86 86 7S65 1000 i&lt;9 149 7366- , ' »043 7« 76 Comity Light, àfcbut ona mile south of Light - Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Light. 7367 59 80 80 County Light, north-east of Angaston. Flaxman's Spécial Survey, Handrads of Belvidere and Moorooroo. 7368 212 77 77 ?County...
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRGDLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRGDLAR. Very little business bas been done in tbe gold market thia week, owing to «he small quantity offered for sale. The price remains the same as before, viz., 13 Hs 9d to it3 12s per ounce. The quantity deposited in tie Assay Office is again COD - siderab.y smaller* having only amounted to 856 ounces. The arrival of the Overland E^ort this afternoon with 43 875J ounces oCgpld will furn-sh a supply for a time, but as there are numerous buyers io the market, it will be ali taten up as soon as it is offered for sale.- ' - - The large importations of sovereigns into Mel- bourne appears to have had the effect of raising the price of gold there, it. haviug.no« reached £3 9s per ounce. The sadden departure of the steamer Formosa on Thursday morning pi evented any gold from being shipped by way of Singapore, which will leave a larger quantity fdr the steamer Sydney, expected here on her voyage home about the first week of December. The Echunga Diggings this week cont inc...
SELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
SELBOURNE. Before Jeaving .Melbourne I may say» how-* ever, in recapitulation-strengthened now by experience-that a worse regulated, worse governed, worse drained, worse lighted, worse Watered town of note is not ob the face of the glooe: and that'a population more thoroughly disposed, iii every grade,-' to cheating rod rob- bery, open and co vert, does not exist: that in no other place does rank immortality stalk abroad sp unblushingly, sud s*o unchecked : tharbin «feo other place does* Mammon-mle «0 triumphant s -tb** jin no other ptace is educa* lion aníl^rel^gíoH-8o4ittle atleuoed to : that n no btr-.e£*pifcéeTs the'p'ublic money so wantonly squand&éd without, giving the slightest pro* tectfon to life or property : that' in no oilier place are the administrative functions of Go* vernment so inefficiently managed ; and. in a word, in no where in the southern hemisphere does chaos reign 6o triumphant as in Mel- bourne"; nor where the designing politician or t herhörtest st...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. Nor. 22-Tba brig Anne, 208 tons, Hamblin, from Melbourne 9th instant. Passengers- Mesar» G ¡reich and Ragless, in the cabin; and 36 in the steerage. NOT. 23-The brig Highland Lassie, 177 tons, Mackenzie, from Melbourne lath instant, with 79 passengers. Same day - The brig Hero, 169 tons. Garter, from Melbourne, with 68 passengers. - » CT» BAB KD OCT. j Nor. 24-The schooner Lapwing, 60 (ons, Vf. Larkin*, for fort Elliott. KXFOETS. Cargo per Lapwing- Railway iron, 140 deals, 15 bar» iron, 6 bdls oakum, 10 kegs nails, 2 grind- stone*, 4 jars paint and toola. j
EDITORLAL OPINIONS USANCE OF BILLS ON ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
KDITORLAL "oPINIONSÍ USANCE OF BILLS ON ENGLAÄd." A meeting of the Chamber of,Commerce ia intended to be held this day,-lo consider the propriety of altering the usance of Bille of Exchange OD London, a subject of mach interest to the mercantile community^ and of some considerable pecuniary importance to the shipper of produce.; \ The ordinary usance which has nitïiërto obtained is thirty days, but the introduction d£-,Steam Navigation, more especially. by *way of India, seeaies clearly to indicate tho -neces- sity of an alteration in this time; The principle which governs $be uianpe 'of a country, is, that bills drawn against pro- duce should be made to matare as hear as possible conveniently with the sale;of the goods ; and, under ordinary circumstances, a usance of thirty days bas beenLfound suf- ficient, when for the most part the. Bills were remitted by the same vessel as thc produce which covered them. Now, the case stands differently. The average voyage of the homeward-bound ...
THE CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 November 1852
THE CENTRAL BOARD OF EDU- CATION. THE Report of the Select Committee ap- pointed to examine the allegations against the Central Board of Education, preferred by Messrs O'Sullivan and Jolly, was adopted yesterday by the Legislative Council. The petitions,' it will he re- membered, alleged gross and glaring in- justice against that Board ; and it was scarcely to be expected that they would be affirmed without extenuation by the Com- mittee. Such expectation, if entertained, would have fallen short of tho reality; for the Select Committee has not. only en- dorsed all the grave charges against the Board made by the petitioners, but has also animadverted very severely on the Constitution of the Board, and its conduct in other particulars. The effect must ul- timately be the complete revision of the Constitution and functions of the Board ; for it is not to be supposed that the Coun- cil, having so emphatically condemned the Board of Education, will allow the evils it denounces to go on u...