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THJE SEW TAHIFF, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
THJE SEW TAHIFJF, The Act (o Ameudtlm Laws oFtheCustónis in South Australia having received h¿r Maje-ty'a assent, the following Tariff will orne in force on the 26th of December next enduing A KTIC LES. j Rs con and hams. Bags and sacks, corn . ¡ " Ore, punuy, and returned .... j Bales for w»ol . j Beef and pork. : Beer, pertrr. ale, cider, and perry .. . Blackin«;, liquid . ? .' paste. : Bjots and shoes, vis. - Boots, doz pairs j Half ditto ..... I Shoes... ' Childrens*. j Bread and biscuit. I Boules, glass and stone .. I Blick«--Fire and . a h. I ** other kinds. Butter . Candles - Ta.low . . " Wax, sperm, &c.. Canvas .-. urne ana arara . . IO 1 each Waggons and'timber carriages .... 20 »> Caskf, empty. 2 *' tun t emeut. o 4 cwt. Cheese. 3 0 Coffee. 6 0 ... Confectionery ........ . 0 4 lb Copper-shtatin g and nails ........ 5 i Cwt. Cordnge «nd rope-Europe. %.o Manila . I 6 Coir H nd Jute. 09 Unenumerated . 1 6 Cord, small, and twiue. 5 0 Corks . . 0 2 grss. Corn, meal, ...
ADELAIDE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
ADELAIDE LABOUR MARKET. Blacksmiths, 10s to 12s per day Bakers. 8s to 10s ditto, with hoard and lodging bullock diivers, 125 to 135 per annota, ditto Butchers, 7s to 9s per dar, ditto Carpenters 10s to 12s per day Cabinetmakers, 10s to lit, ditto Carriagemakers, los to 12s, ditto Coopers, 8sto I s, ditto Domestic Servants Males, £40 to £60 per annum, with board and lodging Females. £15 to £26 ditto, ditto Day laborers, 6s to 7s per day F arm Servants - Married Couple, £45 to £50 per annum, with board and lodging Single mea, £40 to £50, ditto, ditto Haymakers, 7s per day Masons, 12s to 15s, ditto Millers. 10s lo 12s. ditto Mower?, 10s to 12s, ditto Painters and Glaziers, 8s to 10e, ditto Plasterers, 12s to 15s. ditto Sawyers, per 100 feet, 15s to fl ls Saddlers, I Os to Us per day Shoemakers, 14s to &lt;6s, ditto Shepherds, £35 to £511 per annum, with board ant lodging Tannera, I Ca to 12s per day j Wheelwrights, 10s to 12s, ditto. At the Theatre one evening, behind tbe scene...
IMPODNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
1MP0DNDÎNGS. Impounded at the publie pound, Township of Truro, near the Wheal Barton Mine-One dark iron grey filly, W near shoulder, long tail one aon grey cob, short tail, saddle marks ÎT CODjoined near shoulder'; one roan bil j, no brand -risible; one chesnut colt, blaze an face, off hind foot white, WD near shoulder: ©os ooesnut filly, eilyer mane and tail, «tar lu face, WD near shoulder ; one cbesnut mare, ¿hort taîr, blaze in Face, both hind feet white, saddle inarki, Gi'A near ribs, PC off shoulder, like TB off ribs; one buy mare, short tail, Mar in. face, near hind foot white, saddle marks, SN near neck, near thouldcr, MS off shoul 13 GS . der ; one cbesnut filly, rope on neck, no brand visible ; one bay celt, near fere foot white^oiF hind foot w hite. WF conjoined near shoulder ; one hay mare, black points, 5 off shoulder, brown filly foal by her side ; one bay horse, three Ieee white, blase in face', «addle marks, SC near shoulder, X off shoulder ; one bay horse, little whi...
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 1. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 1. 1852. narras-£ 159, cash buyers, " ex dividend." Gold,£3 I3!s caub, bu-HIS Money 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12¿ per cent, on other securities. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.
SHARE LIST. King William-street, December 1. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
¿HARE LIST. King WiUlam-fitreet, December 1. 1862. Borras-£163. ! Money on Freehold, 10 lo 12$ pe» cent.. Ditto on Burra scrip, and trna 1 loans, 15 . per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 16 to 20 per cent. Geld, £3 Us 9d, cash, buyers. JNO RICHARDSON J ~ , OM D. MELVILLE \ Broke«
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. !Since the delivery of (lie gold brou«ht by the last Escort, windi commenced on W e 'neaday, lhere has been a considerable amount of business done. The I price remains firm at £3 il" 9d to £3 12s. the I jreneral rate obiained hy the seller bf in a £3 Us Iud. The deposits at the Assay Office Ima also in- creased, haring yesterday aiuoun'ed to 8,166 ozs. The deposits have been numbered in a new se&lt;ies and all gold now deposited will be made iuto tokens to he delivered to the depositors through the Banks, or the amount placed to their credit. The tokens being intrinsically of more value than the sovereign will never get imo circulation to any ex- tent, and »ill only form a sort of reserve in the Banks in case of a tush for gold being made in exchange for the large amount of notes now in circulation ; an event not at ali likely to take place The Banks that have been the means, in connection with the Bullion Act, of extricating the Colony from all its d...
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alterara partem." THE FIEE OF TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alterara par tc m." THE FIEE OF TUESDAY EVENING. MR EDITOE-The late disastrous fire will I hope convince our legislators, and the public generally, of the importance of a Building j%.ct tor this City. We have. eWery reason to be thankful that thé catastrophe was no worse ; had the opposite buildings caught fire, a great part of the city, if not the whole, might have ben laid in ashes. To guard against such danger, I would strongly urge the members of our Council to pass eome^éort bf a Building Act before the close^ffthis Session, and 1 would direct (heir attention especially to the construction of party-walls between buildings, which should be carried up at least two feet above the ridge vf the roof. Tanka should ' also be made on the roifs of ali large buildings, kept constantly full of water, which would prote tar more-serviceable than ell the fire engines in the city, under the management ol inexperienced persons. Yours truly, JOHN L. YOUKG. btepaen* place...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
IMPORTANT NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MORN- ING CHRONICLE ts forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arrangements are made there to secure a large and general sale all over the Diggings. The Paper becomes thus a most desirable medium of intercommunication for the. Diggers and their friends at horne. Hie bona fide sale of the Edition for the Digyin'.s is Five Hundred copies at the Victoria Gold Fields, and One Hundred copies in Meie bourne. Advertisers will at once perceive tlie advantages they may derive from this large circulation, which is entirely additional to the ordinary local issue. Advertisements, Notices, Messages, $c, for insertion in the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. MORKING CHRONICLE OFFICE, October 4, 1852.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
' - LONDON AGENCY. £ = FREDER IC A L GAB, COLONIAL COMMISSION AGSÑT, Clemenla-lane, Corrib rrd-street "London. EVERY description of business transected in London or -elsewhere for th« Austra lian Colonies. Consignments made and received Investment« effected in British, or Foreign Securities 'English Newspaper», Books, ¿tc, forwarded by post or steamers. A remittance or refer- ence required. London, August, 1852. TOR SALE. THALLON^ Plough Moulds and "Boards, Iron Boilers from 45 to 1O0 gallons, JTurnaee Doors, Bars, fcc, Sewing Twine. At J. T. JUST'S Store, / Blyth street. fUST PUBLISHED, At th« Digger'* Magazine Office, 174, Elizabeth Street : and'Sbid by all Booksellers, in Mel bourne and Adelaide, and at the OJficeo f this Paper. BON WICK'S "Gold Digger's Monthly Magazine," with. New ipr New Arrivait. Price ls each Number. 30NWICK'S "Notes of a Gold Dipger, =*nd Gold Digger's Guide," with Map of Soute to the Diggings. Price 2s. BRYCE BOSS'S "Bigging»* Directory.* Price 6d. The »' ...
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
SHIP MAILS. ITinrsdBT, Deceiaoer 2. J Mail« will be dispatched ss under- ' For Great Britaiu, bj the Royal liait steamer f Sydney, daily expected. For Victoria, bv^Uie Anne, this day, at half-past »2 i bj the F/asA; this day, at l l ; and by the Queen of Sheba, on Friday, the 3rd instant, at half-past 3. ,
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, November 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
CENTRAL ROAD bOARD. Monday. November 29rA. Present^W. Giles, E*q., in the Chair, J Chamberlain, E-q., ind C T Hewitt, Esq. Width oj made Roads.-Mr Chamberlain expressed an opinion that the resolution adop ed by the board, that the roads should be metulied at a uniform width of twelve feet, would involve an unnecessary expenditure. Twelve feet was too wide for one dray, but not wide enough for two to pass each other; Ia the former case the width required would oe nine feet, and in the latter sixteen feet. Mr Hewitt said tl.at as the funds al the dis- posal of the Board were so very inadequate to the works required to be performed, they would, in mar.y canee, heve the choice of etcher hav.ng a good road twelve feet wide for the whole of a given distance, or a metalled road sh teen feet wide for a part of the distance, ter minated by a bog. lc was ficaily resolved that the former rt solution be so far modified as that in particu- lar instances the fur.r.ation of the road should be sixt...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
-« MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, November 29. On Monday last a special meeting was held at half-past 9 o'clock tor the purpose of consi- dering the desire of the Legislative Council to be furnished with the returns of the present and proposed scale of salaries. There were 11 members present. Mr Alderman Sherwin took the chair in consequence of the absei.ee of the Mayor from indisposition. After some discussion it was resolved " That the returns desired by the Legislative Connell be rendered, accompanied hy a memorial from i he ("omi til deprecating the limit of 10 per cent., and praying that the mended Ordinance may be parsed without alteration." Tt.e Council then proceeded to consider the returns wiiich were prepared in the f jllowing form, and pre outed to the Legislative Council cn Tuesday last: No. r. Revenue from 1st J nue to 25th November, 1852, 10 per cent, wherein ia applicable to the pay- ment of salai ¡es, &c. £ s. d. Balance of City Fund received from Government . 55...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, ÎN'OYEMBEB 30. The honorable ihe Advocate-General, Messrs Angas, Ellis, Giles, Hail, h eales, and Peacock, were absent. Petitions. Mr FRANCIS DUTTON presented a petition from the Municipal Corporation ot Adelaide, in favour of the Bill to amend the Corporation Act. Mr HARE presented a petition from Mr Francis Dutton and Mr Peter Cumming, as members of the Central Board of Education, praying the House not to ido.it the Report of the Select Committee appointed to in- vestigate and report upon the allegations set forth in the petitions of Mr O'Sullivan and Mr Jolly. Hie petition was received and tead, and on the motion of Mr FRANCIS DUTTON, ordered to be printed. Scab in Sheep? Bill. A message was received from his Excellency, suggesting to the Council che necessity of ex- punging the 10th clause of the Scab in Sheep Bill, as being repugnant to the 8th and 9th clauses of the Bill. On the motion of the COLONIAL SECRETARY, the clause was struck out, and ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
TO CORRESPONDENTS. AjfOHTNocs CONTRIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure atteni-on to any contributions, that tbe name and address of the writer should accompany them. If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the pnblic, we will keep their secret, but to guarantee their good faith they most be known to us. CAPTAIS CATTE - We have received a letter from this gen leman's Solicitor threatening us with proceedings at law on account of an Advertise* ment which appeared in our issue of Thursday last. The Advertisement was received in the ordinary way of business by our Publishing Clerk, and we d'd not even read it until our attention was called to it s lbsequently to its appearance in print. We regret that it should have foond its way into oar columns.
ADELADE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
V LATE ENGLISH NEWS. Perhaps the most interesting item of news from England is that the Duke of Wellington is dead. He expired on the 15th of September, af ter a very short il, ness. His funeral was to be publie. The Earl of Hardinge bas been appointed Com- mander in Chief in the place of the late Duke. There were runjours of changes in the government, akhough, considering the precarious tenure of office under which Ministers retain their places, it sectus scarcely worth while for the Premier to make any alterations in his staff until he learns from the voice of Parliament that his own position is secure. The most important. article of political news is the arrest and subsequent liberation on bail of the two catholic priests Burke and Clune for inciting the mob to attack the military at ¿ix-mile Bridge, which resulted ia the dea.bs of seven of the rioters. Mr Cobden has made a declaration in favour of the ballot, ulrich will be mate a leading question in the next session. The prelim...
The Morning Chranicle. "This is trae liberty, when free-born nen, Having to sd vise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. [?] Adelaide: Thursdtw December 2. 1852. YESTERDAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
CjîE Jönrtttcg Cliramrle. *. This is trae liberty, when free-born nen, Having to sd vise the public, maj speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide : Thursdtw December 2. 1852. YESTERDAY'S EVENTS. EVENTS of importance have occurred in such profuse abundance within the last 48 hours, that we are quite unable, with our limited staff-reduced as it is by the illness of several of our hands, to give anything like a fall account of all the matters crowd- ing for notice iu our present issue. We most content ourselves with a simple re- ference to Borne of them, reserving fuller particulars fer onr next. The steam-ship Chusan arrived at the Lightship afc daybreak yesterday, and came up to tito Port during the morning. It is intended thai she should resume he* voyage at .5 -o'clock this;, afternoon. She brings the Overland Mail, and English News tb the 24th of September,- the quickest transmission of intelligence from ' England to Australia on record By the Chusan we have Indian news to the 30th of Oc...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1852
Thursday:, November 25. LAND SAUE.-The following .portions pf Crown! ands will he offered for sale by potóle auction, aV the Local Conrt House, Adelaide, ou Thursday; the 30th of December, 1852, at 11 o'clock. Deposit Itt ! percent.:- i - SUB D QB AN - SECT IONS. j County Adelaide-North-west of Gawler Town! Hill, and eastward of Great North Road, subur- ban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para. k°t. Sec. Acres. - Price. £ 27 27 33 35 105 105 97 97 80 80 49 49 7* 74 73 73 79 79 127 127 58 68 65 85 82 82 to e0 112 112 135 1S5 80 8u 72 72 65 «5 10t 114 122 122 740« 3310 7407 3311 7408 J&12 7409 33(3 7410 3314 7411 3315 7412 S3 Iii 7413 3317 7414 3318 7415 3319 7416 332 7417 3321 7418 3322 7119 8323 7420 33Î4 7-121 332S 7422 S3¿6 74 3 3327 Î424 3328 7425 '3329 74 26 3330 voonty Hindmarsh, Hindmarsh River, snbnrban to Port Eilior, Hundred of Goolwa. Pian 75 7427 51 80 80 7428 51 etO 80 COCKTRT SECTIONS. County Light, Maiman's Special Survey, north- east of Angaston, Hundred of M...