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SHIP MAILS. Monday, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

6HIP MAILS. Monday, November 39. Mails will be dispatched as nader For Great Britain, bj the Royal Mail steamer Sydney, expected the first week in December. For 'Victoria.' by the Selma and Anna Dixon, this day, at 11 ; by the Rien**, U'ashi-gton, and Margaret, this day, at half-past 12 ; and by the Anne, Flash, Augustus Schneider, and Mary Clarke, OB Tuesday, th« 30th instant.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE November 25-The b"ig Phantom, 170 tont. Roll«, from Melbourne 16ih instant. Passengers -Mers" s Hfggaius Underwood, Parson 2, SamaeL Capt. Hannah, and lira Monia, io the cabin ; 61 in ti« steerage. Same day-The brig Lallah Rookh, - tons, Milne, from Melbourne, 23rd November, with 52 passengers. «o^amedsy-The ship Queen of Sheba, 310 tons. Hingston from Melbourne, 20th instant. P assen - frere-Messrs. John «on. Bonce, Malcolm, Hay, Ro.ch, Howard and soc, Davies, Gnillam, Taylor, Benbar. and Hawk 2, in the cabin ; and 138 in the steerage. säume day-The barqne Selma, 337 tons, H. Dale, from Melbourne, 16th instant. Passengers-Mr and Mrs Smith and child, Wallace, H ¡liter. Mat thew. JesseU 3, Marrow, Bran on. Edington, Clark, LoDih. Copper, Williams, Denton 2 Hertbeno, Hobbes 3. Raynard 2. Wilson, Lemon. Gosbt-n, Grace 'ikelly, >* em back. Alliogton, Mrs Ailing-. ton and three children, Eldridge 3. Jackson, Dow, j and Scott in th« cabin ; and 1«9 in the steerage...

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REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE On Mr Jolly and Mr O'Sullivan's Petitums, both Schoolmasters. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

- f: --~ REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE On Mr Jolly and Mr O'Sullivan * Petitums, both Schoolmasters. Mr JOLLY.-Your Committee finds, after most strict and careful examination, that the allegation against Mr Jolly's character by the Board of Education is not supported, and there- fore your Committee see no grounds why Mr Jolly's licence to teach should have been re- fused by the Board. Mr O'SULLIVAN.-Mr O'Sullivan has fullj , explained to the satisfaction of your Committee i that there was no just grounds, for the alleged false returns stated by Mr Moorhouse to have been made by him, and it is to^he regretted that the Education Board hSd not investigated this charge before they did the,'petitioner the injustice of refusing a licence, particularly as Mr O'Sullivan has put in documents highly satisfactory as to trustworthiness,, ability, and moral cha acter from" parties in Ireland, known to some of your Committee, including a vote of thanks from the Skibbereen Union, pub- lished in t...

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Absant-The Advocate- General, Mr K eales, Mr Giles, Mr Peacock, Mr Baker, Mr DÄVSHJ portr and Mr Younghusband, Postäfft Stamps. . Captain BAGOT moved ' jChaian. Address be presented tojiis E^teney the Lîeutènaat-tiovernor, praying bim to cause the Post Office Acts to be considerad daring the recess, _ with the view of introducing to the Council at an early period of next session an amended Bill, con- taining clauses providing for compulsory prepay- ment of postage by meaos of postal stamps, and in the interim he wiil adopt measures for procuring a supply of postage stamps for that purpose." Ue thought by bringing such a measure before ; the notice of the Moase it wauld be productive . of great public benefit, and had no doubt that the Government would be willing to introduce a system of postage stamps. Mr HARE aeoondtd the motion, considering that great convenience had resulted from the introduction of such a plan in England, and was sufficient reason for its ad...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCTL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCTL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Absent-Tue Collector of Gustoais, Mr j Gwynne, Mr F. H. Dutton, Mr Neales, Mr VVaterhouse, \LT B^ker, Mr Davenport, Mr Angas, Mr Kart, Mr Younghusband, Mr Ellis. Registration Amendment Bill. The COLONIAL SJBCBETAKT laid on the table some correspondence on the subject of the proposed further amendment of the law of registration, which was ordored to be printed. Captain BAGOT said he was desirous of call- ing the attention of the Registrar General before*the Bill was passed, to the present mode of registration, and to improvements which he believed might be effected without the sanction of any further legislation. What was re- quired in the registry offices was that the entries should be posted-, and indexes made similar to the acc.un ts kept by a banking or mercantile establishment, but a« such an ar rangement would cost considerable expense, it would be a consideration whether they were warranted in going to that cost at the present { ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

.-~---y MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday. November 25. Finance.-Tte report"" of the Committee was read; Pay List, £64 2s 6d. Receipts Rent-Botanical Garden sût months, £10 ; City Rates. £22 18s 4d ; Slaughtering Foes, £20 5s ; Market Dues, £7 7s 7d; Depasturing Licences, 14s ; Total, i.61 4s lid. Balance in band, £210 6s Sd. Streets, Sewers and: Bridge*.-Upon, the report of the. Committee being read it was ordered that tenders should be invited for the cleansing of the streets. .. . lite Ford Bridge.--lt was ordered.that tenders be invited for repairs to this bridge. Market and. Slaughter., iZbusô.-The re- port of the Committee recommended standings as requested in the resolutions of the fruit growers, and advised a reference to the Sur- veyor on the subject of cost -before the fixing of the tolls. It recommended the abolition of hawking by, carts, but referred the question of vending on a smaller scale by means of basket carrying to the general opinion of the Council. It WNP resolved th...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, November 27. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-itrest, November 27. 1852. Burras-£163. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12$ per cent. Ditto on Borra, scrip, and smad loans, 19 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Geld, £3 11s 9d, cash, boyera. JNO. RICHARDSON i RrnVBP, D. MELVILLE f Brokeni

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

SPIRITS (la bond) d -52** Brandy, Ualted yin, per- yxW i's-** 'ifr-'ïl gallon ........... 0,12 .^ÎCvAjl = Ditto, do. do., per.oas>' Í Ö ti" ~- l^'ë "o" Bitto, Martâr-i, pw'gíL* ^ lai >i . ? -~>'fjO* Ditto, ditto parease i^O '-O' ¿¿ir 12^©/ J)o. other ^ndipsrgaL O |0 ^^nfcsgfta DiUo, doo per case .... 1 ^ ,1 *,^of Whisky, ditto ..; 1 ^ ! 0 :tB<ßor o'* Gm (OldTöm)rdiÜo.v =0U é° * -3 ^ la-W . :fiéneTá¿-»er2casa-...^..--- ;o .?:*0-.-;0-^:-¿R?« 30.' Wll^v-(tnjry paàl> ^. ?: ^ - Í ÍV^V;,; P^.iPÇT:Pipe ...... 60 4> 0 « î0 Ditto,per dpÉea ...... | 5 Q Ä. 0 fl Sherry, per pipe ...... 25 oV 40^0 AK Ditto, per dosen.| o' ^ T ^ Cape, per pip. non«. . V Champagne, ;p»r docta 2 Q 0 - S Clara^mtto ......... 1 .5 0 .."a.^O^t Marsala, per pipe..OOO * 0" 9 Ditto. Der dozen ...... » Q % '' 'r6 "t5öi »? [ FOBTBB- : Tajlôr'sper hbd.... -\ t5i::* I Trueman's ....... f ? . - - . " Barclay FVrkinV ..V" ;B 8 0 M ,9r Q, ÏVTmbread'a*. X . - ,s í : SJ Ditto, per donan. 0 12 O © " 6 a ...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. Since the delivery of the gold brought by the hut Escort, which commenced on Wednesday, there haa been a considerable amount of business done. The price remains firm at £3 Ila 9d to £3 12s, the general rate obtained by the seller being £3 ila I Od. The deposits at the Assay Office bas also in- creased, having yesterday amounted to 8,166 oas. The deposits'have been numbered in a new series and all gold now deposited will be made into tokens to be delivered to the depositors through the Banks, or the amount placed to their credit. The tokens being intrinsically of more value than the sovereigu will never get into circulation to any ex- tent, and will-only form a sort of reserve in the Banks in case of a rush fer gold being made in exchange for j the large amount of notes BOW in circulation ; an event not at all likely to take place Tbe Banka that have been the means, in connection with the Bullion Act, of extricating the Colony from all its difficulties, certai...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

THE TáSTO?. Tbe Act to Amend the I^wgoftbe Cos toms io Sooth Australia hayiug received her Majesty's assent, the following Tariff will come in force on the 26th of December next ensuiug ABTlCLEá. Bacon and hams ..... Bags and sacks^co'ru . j,** Ore, gunny, and returned .... Bales for wool. Beef and pork -.. Beer, peru-r. ale, cider, and perry .. Blackies, liquid ,. *' paste............ ..... Bootsand shoes, viz. - Boots, doz pairs Half ditto. Shoes ... Childrens1 . - . . ._. Bread and biscuit..... Bottles, glass and stone .-.. Bricks-Fire and hath.... " other kinds. Butler. Candles ~ Tallow. " Wax, sperm, &c. Canvas....*** Carts and drays .... - . Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty.. Cement :.-.. Cheese.-. Coffee... Confectionery .-- ......... Copper cheating and nails Cordage and rope-Europe. Manila. 16 .. Coir «nd Jute . 09 Unenumerated . 16 i Cord, email, and twine . 5 0 Corks .. 0 2 gm. Corn, meal, and floor-Wheat. 16 qr Batley. IS .. Oats . 1 3 .. I Maize an...

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ADELAIDE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

ADELAIDE LABOUR MARKET. Blacksmiths, 10s to 12s per day Baker«, 8s to 10s ditto, with board and lodging ' Bollock drivers, .£25 to £35 per annum, ditto j Botchers, 7s to 9s per day, ditto. Carpenters, lOsto 12s per day Cabinetmakers, 10s to 12s, ditto Carriagemakers, 10B to 12s, ditto Coopers, 8a to lt's, ditto Domestic Servants Hales, £40 to £50 per annum, with board and lodging Females, £13 to £26. ditto, ditto Day laborera, 6a to 7c per day Farm Servants Married Couple, £45 to £50. per annum, with board and lodging Single men, £40 to £50, ditto, ditto Haymakers, 7s per day Masons, 12s to 15s, ditto Milleni, 10s to I2s, ditto Mowers, lus to 12s, ditto Painters and Glaziers, Ss to 10s, ditto Plasterers, 12s to 15s, ditto Sawyers, per 100 feet, 15s to £ I ts Saddlers, 10s to Us per day Shoemakers, 14s to 16s, ditto Shepherds, £35 to £50. per annum, with board ans lodging i» : Tanners, 10s to 12s per day Wheelwrights, tOs to 12s, ditto. A DANGEROUS-PfiizE.-As two little boys, from th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

wooli sffiíp FOBpLONDON; L EPAMINONJD4S,. . li 171 tons per regiélër, IL Kerri - Oorâiafender. ' his been laid on ^ berth for; London, rang the greater part of, ber cargo ear I, will weet -*ith qàîck despatch. For terms of freigbt,'apply, to ...,«. . A. U ELDER Si CO. October 1«, 180*2. FIRST WOOL SHIP 'FOR LONDON. A TT1HE annual Hacket «hip ADELAIDE, f%3Bʧh$ù Al for 12 ¡peart, 492 tons re ¡jttg&BEB» gîster, A "K.^îf. Tremearne, . ; . - commander. Intending shippen by thir.-«ew&<are.rre tpiested to observe that the last stepping day ia fixed for Wednesday, 22nd próximo, prior to which date all goods must be-alongside.. Shippers of gold are informed that Captain Tremearne *ill attend at the office bf the undersigned1 each Wednesday and Friday, from ll o'clock a.m. until 2 p.m., for the purpose of weighing Gold and signing bills of lading. For terms of freight of Wool or Gold, apply to ALEXANDER THOMSON. Rnndle-rtreet, 22nd Norember, 1852. FOR MELBOURNE. TH...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

GOVERNMENT Oái^j Thursday, November 25. LAUD SALE.- The following portions'of Crown ands. Will buffered for sale hy public aucjipn, at the Local Court Honse, Adelaide, on Tliufsu>yr the 30th of December, 1852, at i 1 .o'clock'.' ' DépWt'W percent.:-, -i * r ' «ÜBEEBáN sccrroKs. County Adefaide-iNorth-west of Gawler Town' Hill and eastward of Greife North Road, strbár ban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para.; I^t. Sec Aeres.' " Priée. 7406 3310 27 27 7407 3811 35 35 | 7408 ... «312 105 105 740» 3313 97 97 7410 3314 80 00 . V 7411 3315 49 49 7412 S316 74 » 74 . . 7413 ,3817 73 73 7414 3318 79 79 7415 3319 127 1« 7416 3*2<J 58 58 7417 3321 85 85 7418 3322 82 82 7419 3323 KO 8n 7420 3324 112. 112 7421 3325 135 125 7422 3326 80 80 74--S 3327 72 73 7424 3328 65 65 7425 8329 104 104 7426 «330 122 122 County Hindmarsh, Hindmarsh River, ira bar ban to Port Elliot, Hundred of Goolwa. Pian 75 7427 51 80 80 7428 51 80 80 CBUHTRT SECTIONS. County Light, Flaxman's Special Survey, ...

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The Morning Chranicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men. Haring to advise die public, may speak free." —Euripide. [?] Adelaide: Monday, November 29, 1852. THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

The Morning Chronicle. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripide*. Adelaide : Monda-, November 29, 1852. THE CONSTITUTION. ¡ A FORTNIGHT has now elapsed since the Report of the Select Committee on the ' Amendment of the Constitution was laid I before the Council. During that fortnight no attempt bas been made to bring the subject before the notice of the Hon». The Collector of Customs, indeed, gave no- tice of a motion in reference toit, but when the time arrived for the introduction of hiß motion, that gentleman was amissing, and the subject was consequently allowed. qoie? ly to die away. The course virtually recommended by tbe Committee has there- fore been adopted, and no more is to be heard I respectirg Amendment of the Constitution until the constituencies have gives utter ance to » load, anädeeuled. «j^f^'^ -©^ opinion. When this to be jba^n^^jMe only leno we ; for tb« consti^ to entertain tbe most profound îridîiïereno...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.—lt is requisite to ensure attention to any contributions, that the       name and address of the writer should accompany them. If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the public, we will keep their secret, but to guarantee their good faith they must be known to us.      

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. Tbe fishery Question is virtually settled'; the meeting of parliament is postponed; and, while the weather is less unfavorable, the potato-rot is said to be arrested. The child is father to the man; and, generally speaking, the first act of a publie body indicates its subsequent history. The last act of the Earl of Derby's cabinet is certainly in perfect keeping with all that preceded it. Ministers began by breaking faith -with the parliament; they promised an early dissolution, protracted the session to tbe customary period of polities! fatigue and fashionable migration. They an- nounced that the new parliament would mee* early in the autumn, and the writs were returned yesterday ; but Osborne hag been visited by nearly the whole cabinet, and the result of a Privy Council is the prorogation of parliament to the 21st of October, but not to meet then "for tbe despatch of business." Mr Disraeli seeks for a "long day" preparatory to himself and collègues being terned, not...

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SUPKSME COURT. CUMINAL SITTINGS. Thursday, November 25. Before Mr Justice Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS.   Thursday, November 25. Before Mr. Justice Cooper.     James White, Thomas White, Ellen McMichael,   alias White, and Ellen Lewis, were charged with stealing a quantity of wearing apparel, &c , from the dwelling-house of Henry Baker, at North Ade- laide. Mr Parker appeared for the two Whites. Mrs Baker was at church on the evening of Sun- day, the 22nd August, and during her absence her house was ransacked-. The missing articles were found at the prisoners' house, where they were ap- prehended upon the charge for which they were tried on Wednesday. A steel purse, identified by Mrs Baker, was in James White's pocket, and the female prisoners were wearing some of her clothes. Mr Parker in cross-examination elicited from the witness that her husband was a lunatic and had escaped from the Asylum ou the day the rob- bery took place. This he urged upon, the jury the probibility of the lunatic ha...

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LOCAL AFFALRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 29 November 1852

LOCAL AP F ALUS. THE GOLD ASSAY OmcB.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, was 8,166 ozs 13 dwts 6 grs., which, valued at £3 1 ls per oz,amountsto. £28,991 13 1 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,342,406 0 4 gives a present total of.£1,371,397 13 5 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are ths deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 4985, 499 ». 4991, 5021, 5110, 5'M\, 5075, 5)76, 5079, 5081, 5082, 5083, 5084, 5087, 5089, 5088, 5006, 49S4, 49-Í6, 498?, 5012, 5013, 5036, 5037, 5039, 5103, 5104, 5106, 5108. 5118, 5419, 5120, 5121, 51-26, 5125, 5129, 5992. 5040, 5041, 5047, 5048. 5019, 5080, 5100, 5101, 5102, 5107, 5109, 5113, 5114, 5115, 5116, 5117 51-23, 5124, 5143. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 4989, 4985, 5034.5128, 5111, 5122. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 5105, 5127, 5042. 5043, 5110, 5142. THURSDAY'S LAND SALE.-The following Sections were sold on Thursday last : COUKTfeT SKCTIOHS. County of Adelaide-Eastern Sources ef the To...

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852

The Government -Assayer is f repared Ä receive Gold Doit for assay under ea "?- Act Ko. 1, of 185Ö, ou Tuesdays ami Eridays; iwween the--honra af IO «.nu «nd 2 p.m., subject to the following regals*! rions : - ... J 1. AH uncoined Gold to be assayed hythe Go- vernment Assayer, mast be brought to tin» Assay j Office, in the Government Buildings, King'WiUhu*t. street, between the boors of ÍU a.m., and $1 p.ui , on f 1 uesdays and Fridays. j 2. Ko parce< of Gold less than twenty eu nc es ia g weight will be received. 3, Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the j office, the Government Assayer, or his assistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person triaging such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in tba assay book ihe weight uf the Gold, the date pf, int receij t, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed «nd smelted, is to be delivered to, or to i he order, of the owner. 4, The above-mentioned en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852

PLATTE'S BOOK WAREHOUSES. ON SALE, FAMILY HERALD, VOLS. VIII- & IX. H ou eh»ld v\ or<ls> Voí IV. Family Friend Parlour Library, latest vol. Hallway Libraiy Popular Library Edinbuagh Tales Bobn's Stauda;d L'brary Bolin's Aitiquarian Library \\ everley Novels Chum I ers' Juunn.l Penny Ainpazine Chambers's Information Knight's Cyeloj sed ia Uritisb Cyclopaedia Perry Cjcloj oiûa British liisiory, chronologically arranged by Wade Vaughan's England under the Stuarts Webster's and Worcester's English Dic- tionary Craig's Etymological and Pronouncing lMctionary Walker's Dictionary Johnso i's Dictionary Sheridan's Dictionaiy ! Fielding's Wm ks Smollett's Works Swift's Ww US ( Bulwei's Woiks f Longfellow's Prose Werks ; Longfellow's Poems I Marr} att's Pirate and three Cotters, Illus- trated Hogarth's Woiks Rook of Gems ' Pictures of the French ^ Poor Jack, Illustrated I Harry Lorrequer O'Dorioghue Arthur O'Leary Williss's Peiioillings by the Way I Forlogh O'Brien Valent...

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