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SHIP MAILS. Monday, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

SHIP MAILS. Monday, December 6. Mails wíH be dispatched os tinder For Great Britain, br the Rural Mai' steamer Sydney, da ¡Iv expected ; by (be Mazeppa, to Bitavia and Overland, this day. at half-past 3 ; bv the Champion, to Singapore and Overland, tb is div, at half-past 3 ; and by the Maid of Awkla'nd, to Ljtidon, on Wednesday, the t&th itmtnnt. For Victoria, by the Washington, on Tuesday, the 7tll inn'nn*. B< i I. For the East Indies und China, by the Mazeppa, to Batavia and the Champion, to Singapore as ab-«ve. For Western Australia, by the Sydney, daily ex- pected.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CTHABED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. CTHABED OUT. i December 1-The brig ary Clarke, '80 tons, j , Bickers, for Melbourne. P -ssengers-Mr Goldeii ; bargh, Mr Voss, Mr and Mrs Ta|>el, Mr and Mrs Fut«i, in the eahi'i. ; I December 2- The Peninsular and Oiiental Royal Mail Steam Navigation Con; pan v's ste»m-sbip ; Chutan, for Melbourne. Passengers - First class: j Messrs Fletcher, F. S. Dutton. R. O. Millett, J j Alwin, R. 1 urner, Millwood, J. Strudwu-ka. N. , Milne, C H. Parrott, for Melbourne; and G. C. j Hawker, lady and servant, and H. Bakewell for i Sydney. Second class: Messrs Wm. Schnell nach, D. Ring, J. Brown, E. Pape, N. Bickford, S. j Brennan, ti H. Hisan, for Melbourne. I Sameday -'I he ship Reliance, 806 tons, Fell, for Port Wakefield, in ballast. IMPORTS. Cargo per Chusan (arrival reported in our last) -14 cases ciga'S. 5 cases pistols, 2 do. guns, li do. cheroots, Order ; 10 cases cheroots, Phillips. EXPORTS. Caroo per Phantom < arrival repor'ed in our last) - 100 Dags ...

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I[?]ALY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

ITALY. ¡ The people are unsuccessfully attempting, by ennsptraoie* and secret societies, to shake off" the Austrian rule. Many aire-ts are daily J taking place. Their mode of secret cor- respondence has h«en discovered, îeing by i means of si k handkerchiefs, the colours of which disappeated, alter a chemical washing, the wri;ii.g being brought out by the same ; operation. The most cruel persecutions are contained against those who took part in the : late struggles there, or who are supposed to [ sympathise with the discontented. It is difficult ' to foresee the result ; but if the tables should I be turned on the authorities there, a dreadful ! retribuí ion would be taken for their ferocity and j cowardice. I 1 -4

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

FRANCE. THE EMPTRE.-The Paris journals are fuli of addresses Oom the Municipal Couneils, ex- pressive of attachment to Louis Napoleon. They accumulate rapidly, and become more and mme esphcit every day. Th" demand, in fnct, for the Empire, however it may iiave lieen g .t up, assumes an importance which cannot be denied. The desire for " consolidation " is universal. Tue addi e-ses are very numerous «nd seem to pour in from all q larters. We transíale the resolution of Orange as a sample It is as follows:-Tbe Council aonsidering that th? words ' French Republic* forma con trast with the institutions by which France is ruled, and her monarchical habits ; that it is a da1 ger and a menace, calculated to keep al ve the appreheu-s.ous of honest men and the hopes of an.ire:.i ts; considering that t¡ie order and prosperity wninh France ha« enjoyed since th sn ! ii'ier. can oulv be secured to li«»r bv a stume et H ment, «uù not by a GuVuXJimcrji. le.npoi »1 y. o¡-t v .-ii tor lite, w .ich w...

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

PORTUGAL. The accounts from Portugal are important. The Minis-ry are determined lo carry out a Free trade policy against ihe wishes of the trader*, and ir is very probable that the monopolists will succeed in creating a dis- turbance, if not a rebellion. At present, how- ever, tlie Ministry ere firm in maintaining their policy, and the Q.'teen supports them ; but whe- ther they w.ll be able to sustain themselves a^airist the cabals excited against them, is more than even the Portuguese Ministry know tuetnseJies at present, lt will be interesting, to Free-traders at least, to watch the progresa of the struggle.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 2. LAUB BALE.-The following portions of Grown lands will be offered for sale by public suction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, th« 6th of January, 1853, at ll o'clock. Deposit IO per cent, i STTBUXBAN 8BCTI0HS. County Adelaide-Sou th of, and suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para. lat, Seo. Acre«. Pries. .£ 7434 3331 69 69 9435 S339 SO 80 7436 3333 80 80 7437 3334 60 £0 7438 8335 114 114 7439 8330 79 79 7440 8337 79 79 7441 3338 90 9» 7449 3339 74 74 7443 3340 46 40 7444 3341 90 90 7449 3343 89 89 7448 8343 94 94 7447 3344 140 140 7448 8345 77 77 I »449 3348 111 m j 7450 3849 88 68 1 745* 3350 78 78 CvTOTSY BXCTIOX». Ootmty Adelaide- Sooth of Gawler River, Hmdrei .f Port «delude. Flan 127. 7152 7559 69 69 7453 7554 109 109 7454 7555 99 99 7455 7556 100 100 7456 7557 80 80 7457 7558 80 80 745« 7559 80 80 7469 7360 73 75 Coanty Adelaida-Eastern son rees of tee Torceos, Honored of Talunga. Plan 129. 7235 7070 76 78 County...

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PORT ELLIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

PORT ELLIOT. A meeting took place at the Port Elliot Hotel, Port Elliot, OD Thursday, November 25th, to discuss the propriety of building' a Steam Flour Mill. Mr. H. Barton who was .requested to take the chair upon the occasion, apologised for calling a meeting, when BO many persons of greater influence,; and more deeply interested in the subject were in the neighbourhood ; but the central position of his residence, and the nature of his occupation, gave bim a better Oppor- tunity of collecting the opinions of the in- habitants of the district. Mr Barton said a mill at Port Elliot was a very different speculation to one at M'Laren or Morphett Vale-they were principally dependent for their support upon the requirements of the surrounding neighbourhood, but 2,000 bushes of wheat would supply the district of Port Elliot with flour enough for thesup- port of the present population j and they must look beyond their individual wants, if they wished to establish a mill. Nearly 30,000 bushe...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alterato partera." THE LVTE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

THE OPEN COLUMN. - " Audi al terato partera." THE LVTE DESTRUCTIVE FIBJÉ. Mr EotTOK,-It is sincerely to be hoped, that tiie extensive fire of last night will be a warning to the people of Adelaide, of which lh»-y will take due notice, bor a very long period men have contented themselves with the kt ou le Ige and with ea pressing.-the* know- ledge tiiat if ever a tire took place in Adelaida nothing would prevent anyran^e of buddings adjoining its seat from being totally destroyed. Las- night practically andi.<mentably confirmed the fact; and had the fire been on ' the other side of the roadway, all the buildings between King W:iliam-street and Whiimore^sqtiare must have had the fate that has .befallen .Robin's row in Grenfell-street. The fire originated in a stable at the back, not immediately connected, 1 believe, with the row in question ; but be that as it may, if there had been a man on the roof wi h oner dozen bucket« of water at hin command, those'build ings might ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Al, 1.500 tons, 300 horse power, Wilnatt Hales Franklyn, Com m wi der, is expected at Port Adelitide io a few days, on her. voyage ta Eneland. This vessel ha? superior accommodation* for first, second, and third -«lass passengers. Applications for pa*s&ge* will ft«« priority m the order in which «hey are made. On «nd after this date the undersigned »ill be prepared to weigh golóT'ftttended^for «hîp ment or freight. A. L. ELDER & CO., Agents.. Adelaide, Dec 3,1852. IHE splendid iron steam ship SYDNEY, THE GREAT BRITAIN steamer will sail from Syd- ney on 17th December, and. from Me bourne, for Liverpool direct, on 1st January. 1853. Paysages may he engaged on application to the undersigned, but as it has been determiaed that she shall not call at Port Adelaide this vo> age, intending pawengera must proceed to Melbourne to join her. W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. & CO. WOOL SHIP FOB. LONDON. THE fine Al ship EPA MINONDAS...

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RUSSIA AND POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

RUSSIA AND POLAND. j THE Cnou'.Ri -The cholera is reported to be raging not onlv at Kaiisch and. Sierada but in the di-tricts 1\ing at the mouths of the Vis I tula, in Russia lu some of the villages of the frontier also this teiriLIe malady has appeared, and late ace »unts confirm its progress. Diminishing at Warsaw, its breaking ont is re- ported at Hromherg and Magdeburgh. In Ostro a and ihe villages of that district the disease appears to rage with unabated violence. Medical a:d in the thinly-peopled localities it is al nost impossible to procure. What is called the frontier district, including portions b'«th of Poland an 1 P^s^n, is in a deplorable -"...te, 'he disease '»-hig aggravated ever)where br t'i- u'.ler î is\jîTï-,:-e;-.rv of 'he or.ly means by which it can be met. In s une of the villages there were more than twenty deaths in one house, often the husband, vite and «.bil lien corpses in the same bed. Tbere is no at- tendance, no medicine, and everywhere the deepest mise...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. THE LATE DUKE OP WELLINGTON. The great event of the month-the death of the Duke of Wellington, which we an- nounced in our litst-had so entirely ab- sorbe I public attention that there was Bcarcely another topic of conversation. Although every one knew that the event could not be long delayed ; although more than one serious warning that the Iron Duke's constitution was at length yielding to the inevitable decay of nature had been given in unmistakable ter:ns; yet every one j seemed to feel surprised that the noble old n»au, in his eighty-fourth year, was sud- denly tiiken away. Had his illness con- tinued for a week, or ev^n for two or three days, the nation would have looked expect- ingly for the result which has occurred; but the suddenness of his death took all by Bui prise-as if death would never dare to assail the hero who had so often met the grim enemy face to fa.ee unappalled ! His Grace was up to the period of the fatal at- tack in his usual good...

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LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART. NEW FUBLICATIOXS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART. NEW FUBLICATIOXS. Notes of a Geld Digger, and Gold Diggers Guide/ By JAMES BONWICK. Mel- bourne: R. Connebee. The Australian Gold Digger's M-ntMy .Magazine, and Colonial Family Visitor. Conducted by Mr JAMES BONWICK.. Nos. 1 & 2. Melbourne : Argus Office Mr BONWICK: certainly deserves considera tionifrom. Colonial Editors. But for him, their critical faculties might rust, and their libraries receive no additions - in the shape of presentation espies. He is1 almost the onlyi author, and certainly the " most voluminous, these southern lands can boast of; and whatever may be the intrinsic merit of his productions, he is entitled to all praise as one of the pioneers of Austra- lian literature. It is evident we should run very little risk in characterising the little works whos» titles are given above, as the best which have come under our notice for review for a considerable time. But as such praise would involve somewhat of ambiguity, we must endea...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THUBSDAT, HECEMBEB 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THUBSDAT, HECEMBEB îi. The SPEAK KB. took his seat at 12 o'clock, when the following members were absent : TheAdvocate-General. Mesirs Baker, Grainger, Peacock, Neales, Elder, Waterhouse, and F. S. Dutton. Beal Property Amendment BUL This Bill was read a third time. Timber Licences. Mr ANGAS presented a petition praying that the price of timber licenses might be reduced from £5 to £1, under certain restrictions. Business of the Session. The SPEAXKR read the usual summary of business transacted, va. : Bills initiated . . 29 Bills passed . .. 26 Received the royal assent.. .. 14 Lapsed .. . 1 ' Negatived in the House ?.. ? ," I Lensed in Committee .. .. 1 . Customs'Afíienfynents. ¿§- piit . Ön.the motion xá" Captain HALI, Seconded by Mr YOONGIHSSBAKD, tï»e HOUÍC ,»1*1" into Committee on the report of the £d*ct' Com ! raittee on the Customs. Amendments, and the - j remaining resolutions «ere carried unanimously. ' Tue Council then resumed, and the lepoit was - ...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

-T LOCAL AFFAIRS. GOVERNMENT LAND SALE.-Tbc following are (he particulars of the sale on Thursday ¡asl : COUKTCr SECTIONS. County of Adelaide-North of Smith's i reek, Hundred of M uti nu Para. Sections. Acres. Purchasers. Amounts. 3302 46 Dr. C. Davies. 46 5 33'3 89 Ditto. 89 5 3H>4 5« Ditto. 52 5 33i5 69 Ditto. 70 5 33' 6 81 W. Kiisbv . 150 0 33 7 113 Di to....". 24't 0 33d9 57 Gavin Sooular.. 162 0 County of Adelaide-Ou Paia River, Hun- dred of Munno Para. 3281 81 Thos. Williams. 112 0 Countv of Hindmarsh- Fiuni-s, Survey, Hundred of Nkangkita. Plan 76. 2443 80 John Piankerd .... 140 0 County of Hi ndrnar-h-North of Myponga hiver, hundred ot Myponga. Plan 128a. 533 82 Thos. Hinckley .... 82 5 A ores- 738 Total £1,144 5 WRECK OF THE MARGARRT BROCK-Through the favor of Capt. Duff, we are enabled to lay before uur rea 'ers extracts from a letter received tn him from Capt. McMr-iaan, the master of this ill-fated b«ique He says, that on 1 ues duy jr.orniiiir, the 23rd ultimo, at 2 a...

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THE HARVEST. MEETING OF WILLUNGA. FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

THE HARVEST. MEETING OF WILLUNGA FARMERS. A Public Meeting was held on Friday last,   pursuant to advertisement, to consider the best means to be adopted for the gathering in of the harvest, during the present scarcity of labour. The meeting was held at the Devonshire Arms, on the Willunga road, by adjourn- ment from Mr Logan's farm. Mr Isaac Prior, who was called to the chair, explained the object of the meeting, and called upon Mr Hewitt, who stated that a preliminary     meeting had been summoned for the pre- vious Friday at Mr Gumprs's house, where it chanced that he was the only person in attendance. He went to work however   although unassisted, and prepared the draft of a memorial to his Excellency, which asked for no more than they might reasonably expect, to be granted, lt was the disposition of the Home Government to   afford a far greater amount of protectiou than employers enjoyed ; in proof of which he pro...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December 2. Mr G. Young, elected Councillor for Rohe Ward, Mr A. Hay for Hindmarsh Ward, Mr J. G. Witt for Grey Ward, and Mr C. G. E. Platts for Gawler Ward, read and signed the declaration required by the Act. Committees - The re-appointment of the Committees for the municipal year resulted in the following Finance- Alderman Solomon, Alderman Paxton, Councillor Platts, Councillor Slatter, Councillor Young. Streets, Roads, and Bridges-His Worship   the Mayor, Alderman Sherwin, Councillor Glandfieid, Councillor Lawson, Councillor Hay, Councillor Witt. Markets and Slaughter House-Alderman Hall, Councillor Haire, Councillor Beevor, Councillor Fiveash. and Councillor D. Fisher. Resolved-That three of each Committee form a quorum. Supply of Water to the City. - The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the cir- cumstance that his Excellency had proposed to the Législative Council the expediency of   raising £100.000 for the su...

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IMPOUNDLNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1852

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the publie pound. Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One bay mare, saddle marked, bUck points, long tai!, SN near shoulder, like MM off shoulder; one light grey spotted mare, switch tail, ne risible brand; one red and white strawberry cow, like <-s near shoulder. If net claimed, to be O ?old December 27, 1852. GEOKGE BOWKER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Angas Park-One dark red brindle sided bullock, large hoop horns, ear marked, like Qg off rump, S near rump, 136 near thigh ; one red and white steer, W and illegible brand near rump. If not claimed, will be sold on the 27th December, 1852. J. S. PLUSH, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Township of Truro, near the Wheal Barton Mine-One bay mare, black pointe, L near shoulder, like JB (jD off shoulder, saddle marked, long tail j one bay mare, hind feet white, star in forehead, shoes on hind feet, MB near shoulder, like M off shoulder, bay horse foal at her foot, blaze in fac...

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. RESULTS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. RESULTS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION. We nerer anticipated that the present appeal to the country would effect any material alteration in the state of patties ia the House of Commons. Nor has it done sdi While the result is plainly ami un. equivocally unfavourable to the Ministry, still no change upon the whole of at all con« siderable magnitude has taken place. So far as Liberals r. Tories were concerned, the. last Parliament was overwhelmingly strong,-the next will only be a little stronger. The temporary ascendancy of the present Government was in "aa-nlegree in consequence ot'ariJL waning jot liberality within the House of Commons; it was the simple result of a serious declension in the matter of unanimity. Lord John. -Busselt was not forced to lay down and Lord'Derby called upon to take up the Government of the country because of any reverser in Ute cause of progress, but altogether on account of an interruption to «.he course of crMi^erfK lion. No reactionary ch...

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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

SINGAPORE. ? * Tbr P. and O. Company gavé a ball in Singapore^ just before .the departure of the Chutan, to i'óui me atórate tbe establishment .of steam communication with Australia The evening Was very beautiful, die moon being nearly ifullj aud the scenetfrora tue verandah, in ,vrb¿ch the dancers fouud air agreeable promenade between their mole active exertions fia. the.. JöaU-rooui, was ex- tremely fine,-the Vkusan- herself ly ingrat the pier close by, adding uot a little to the effect buring the course of tbe eveuiug 'here was a" display of fire-works on board thc Chitsa:, the ragging of which was also v^ry tastefully lighted up. The gol-i brought by the Chusan realised very favourab'e prices at Siugspore/and the *' .singapore Free frese anticipates large shipments will be made to that port. j Adelaide copper is at present much es- quired after ; tbere is now none ÍQ the market, and ürst arrivals will readily fetoh 224 to 23 duiUtt[ per picul. Y The barque -(fe- trude, conveying...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

INDIA. BURMAH.-'The latest intelligence re ! spired'at Calcutta from the seat of war was Oct ber 7th. Sume reinforcements were ¡ to leave Calcutta on the 15th and I6tb j and until;their arrival al; -Rangoon no for I ward movement wonld be tnade. The I health of the troops on the whola was satisfactory. The Burmese show no in- clination to succumb; on the contrary, they hare approached in small bodies near our cantonments at Rangoon* causing some annoyance. The inhabitants of Pegu are suffering great privations a-d ill-usage at the bauds of their oppressors. The Ad- miral had v sited Frome and was-fired into, but deferred the assault until General God- win was fully prepared for the advance, ; which was not expected to proceed up the river beyond Prome. The Englishman, of October 12th, states that " a detachment of Artillery embarked on board the river steamers, Nerbuddu and Uanwoda, for Prome this morning. The enemy are daily becoming more told A large number are now within 12 miles...

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