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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
LIMSAL NEWS. CiTT OF ADELAIDE-Rob« Ward.-This Flection was held yesterday under the presi- dency of Alderman Solomon. The Assessors were Messrs J. A. Fitzgerald and W. A. Hughes, and the Clerk, Mr F. Veysey, the whole being appointed by the Mayor. The votes for Mr Joseph Hall, were. 43 Mr Matthew Smith . 39 Majority for Mr Hall . 4 Mr Hall was accordingly elected. Alderman for Robe Ward. A protest was lodged by Mr George Donaldson, that a sufficient description was not in some cases given THE BULLION ACT.-We have been a good deal amused by an article from " An Old Hand" in the limes, respecting the above Act. It is a cold-blooded sneer from be- ginning to end. It praises the Gold Act «a beneficial, abuses the Governor for passing it, and then abuses the Governor for not agreeing to pass another to suit the Banks the maurene they require it. Verily, u Old Hand," you are consistent in your idiosyncrasy. ERRATUM:-Ina article headed '"The Em- peror of Russia and the Frenen President," i...
THE "REGISTER" AND THE BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
THE "REGISTER" AND THE BULLION ACT. A. CELEBRATED Spartan, on being com- plimented for the terse brevity of a des- patch, said, "If I had had more time I would have made it shorter." If the old gentleman in question was right, we are of opinion that our contemporary ii generally in a hurry, and that he must have been in very great haste when ho assaulted our little article on the Bullion Act. We con- fess we have seldom seen such a conglomera- tion of words as our contemporary has used, heaped together with so little pur- pose. He commences by a perfectly unfounded charge against ourselves, to the effect that we advise a repudiation of the Bullion Act. All that we shall say is that this is a good commercial hit, because it may tend to prejudioo a rival in. the. opinion of a large class of the colonists. Our sole rea- son for mentioning as a feasible scheme the refusal of ingots was that the Act is per- missive, and that therefore there could be no repudiation. Our hasty contemporary...
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
TBOBTABUB. Beans, French, 6d to 8d per lb, scaroe Broad, none Cabbages, ld to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bandle Chilies, dry, 2s to 3s per lb Garlic, ls 6d to 2s per lb, scarce Horseradish, 6d to 8d per stick Onions, 2d to 3d per lb Parsley, ld per bosch Potatoes, old, 6 lbs for 6d new, 1$&lt;1 per lb S helots, ls per lb Turnips, from 4d to 6d per doaen Vegetable marrowB, from 2d to 3d eaeh Watercress, ld per bunch. MOTTS, &c. Apples, from ls to 2i peiflb Almonds, from 6d to ls per (lb Shelled, 2a 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d pax lb., scaroe Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to 6s per dozen Medlars, ls 6d to 2s per dos. Pears. 8d to la per lb Pomegranite*, 2s to 2s 6d per doa
The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide: Thursday, July 1, 1852. NAVIGATION OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
j - ! Adelaide : Thursdi-/. Judy 1, 1652. ! NAVIGATION OF THE MURRAY. No one can properly estimate the effect, of the recent gold disco TC ries in the neigh ? bouriag colonies upon the public opinion in England, without feeling that some ' powerful attraction towards this colony is j j just now especially needed to counter- balance the fancied superiority resulting ! from the possession of auriferous deposits. We say ufancied superiority," because we believe that the balance of benefit will ultimately be found on the 6ide of the dis- trict that does not produce gold. But it cannot be denied that this view is not the popular one, and that the British mind is at this time set with intense interest upon the dependencies of Victoria and New South Wales, while South A ustralia is in danger of being forgotten. The tide of traffic and emigration is likely to be diverted from our ports to enrich Sydney and Melbourne. The wealth of capitalists and the energies I of toil will be concentrated ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
OLU TOM, beet London Bottled, in one dozen cenes, Pale Brandy, UaitedHPineyard, in one dozen cases. STAKE MANN & LOCKWOOD. Gdbert place. BOTTLED ALK end POETES Alison's Burton Pale Ale Jessee llobson's London Porter. STAKEMANN & LOCKWOOD. Gilbert-place, Currie-street, June 25, 1852. STAKEMANN & LOCKWOOD, IN soliciting the favour of the continued sup- port of their friends and the public in general, beg to express their determination to supply, as they'have hitherto done, only pure and really good articles at fair prices. Port, Sherry, Bucelks, Marsala, bottled and in wood ; Champagne, Claret, Sau terne, Hock, &c, Sec., &c.; Brandy; and in one dozen cases, Gin, Kum, Schiedam, Porter, and Ale, &c, &c, &c. Terms-Cash on delivery. Gilbert-place, comer of Currie-slreet. MR S AMU ISL S. LOCKWOOD having joined the Undersigned, the' business will henceforth be conducted under the firm of STAKEMANN & LOCKWOOD. H. C. STAK...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 24. CivTRAL ROAD BO*.BD.-A. statement of er pennditare by this Board in 1851 fa published, from winch it appears that the amounts expended were as follows : iîorth-road. £5,752 7 9 South-road . 5,957 1 0 Eastern road. 7,601 4 2 Port-road . 6,880 8 9 Wellington Ferry . 254 3 2 Establishment . ... 1,806 4 9 Grants. 3,283 0 O Eoads-Park Lands . 150 0 0 District Roads . 1,540 10 3 Destruction of Thistles. 835 16 2 North-eastern Road . 462 19 0 £34,523 16 0 Repayments -Carriage Licenses 2,707 0 0 Total .£37,230 15 0 The Chairman reported that a Urge chart of the colony, one inch to a mile, was commenced, and in advanced state, embracing the Bettled districts from Encounter Bay to the Burra, and from the Murray to the Gulf. THE GOLD HOAX.-The Colonial Secretary re- ports as follows, the result of his journey to examine the alleged gold field at the north : " Colonial Secretary's Office, June 24,1852. " Sir,-I have the honor to report my retnrn from the R...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
VICTO RI Ar WESLEYAN -Pursuant to previous an- nouncement a tea meeting, in connection with the Wesleyans at Collingwood, was held on Thursday evening last, in their new chapel, in Brunswick-street, on which, occa- sion, notwithstanding the darkness of the evening, and the boisterousness of the wea- ther, there was a goodly number present, nearly the whole of the seats at the tables being occupied. Several friends were there from Melbourne, and from Richmond. The the tea being over, the Revs. Messrs. But- ters and Harcourt, and several ether gen- tlemen, addressed the meeting on the ob- ject for which it had been convened^ and the greatest harmony and good feeüns ch»T racterized the whole of the proc^dtngs. The announcement made by one of the speakers, that the whole of the chapels and school rooms in Victoria were now free from debt, was received with a burst of en- thusiastic and long continued cheering. Much satisfaction was also evinced by state- ments of other speakers, in resp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRECHES, PEBrOBXED AT TBK "ADELAIDE KORNIMx GHSONICLE" OFFICE, RU N D'JE-STR EET, WITH ACCUBACT AID DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmtn. FOR LONDON DIRECT. Under engagement with the South, Australian Mining Association to sail on the 1st July. rTTRB wQï-nrtned ftiet-sailing 1 frigaie-bu'it ship, A 1 nt Lloyds' for IS years, CHARLOTTE JANE, 750 tons, Alexander Laurence, commander, guarantees to take not more than two-thirds her register tonnage of dead weight (the whole of which is engaged), thus effecting a material saving to shippers of gold and all other freight, as regards insurance, besides en- suring the quickest and most eligible opportu- nity that will be offering for some months to come. Her thoroughly ventilated, magnificent, and capacious cabins cannot be surpassed. She car- ries an experienced Surgeon, and the Stew- ard's wife will attend upon lady passengers during the voyage. Cabin plans may be seen at the Exchange also at the off...
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, June 28. Present-Captain Freeling, R.E., Chairman and Mr Hewitt. EXPENDITURE OF THE BOARD. The Clerk laid before the Board, in accord- ance with a resolution passed at the last meeting, an abstract statement of the amount expended upon each main line of road from the time the Board first came into operation. Also, the length of read which had been formed and metalled upon-eatth. line. It ap- peared that on the Port-road seven and a-half miles had been constructed; on the North road, eight and three-quarter miles ; on the South-road eight and five-eighth miles; on the East-road, eight miles ; and on the North East-road three miles. At the request of Mr Hewitt, the Clerk un- dertook to supply to each of the Commis sioner's a correct copy of the abstract. MONTHLY REPORT OF WORKS. The Clerk proceeded to read his monthly report, from which we gathered the detail» which appear under the following heads : SOUTH ROAD. Mr distance had completed his contract, and t...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
EXTRACTS. EXPLOSION OF A GUNPOWDER, MAGA- ZINE.—The following details of the explo- sion of the gunpowder magazine, near Stockholm, have been received : —The &nbsp; shocks were so violent that they shook the earth ; and in several streets broke the windows, and threw open the doors, or cast them off their binges; whilst in others pedestrians and even horses were thrown down. The population at first thought there was an earthquake, and rushed to the public squares and open places. The terror only ceased when it was announced by placards that the powder magazine had blown up. The magazine was the largest in all Sweden, and was situated at half a league from the capital. All that remains of it aro some little heaps of ruins. The forest of Liddoc, near which it stood, was ravaged ; trees, of several centuries growth and large size, were torn up, and carried several hundred yards. A great quantity of the ruius of the magazine fell on the Lake of Liddoc, and broke the ice. Some po...
MEMS FROM THE MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
MEMS FROM THE MOUNT. BENDIGO.--- I promised by last post to afford your readers a clear and distinct idea of what Bendigo and its New Diggings really are. I shall now describe the state of society, as I found it there ; and, in so doing, I can say, I travelled from Forest Creek and back again, as well as the best part of Bendigo, alone, with- out let or hindrance, and found all very civil, hospitable, and orderly; the various dark deeds of past times, when Bendigo was not so crowded, were told, and the only serious scrim- mage I was informed of that occurred lately, &nbsp; I was at Eagle Hawk Gully. Two men had quarrelled about the boundary of their respec- tive holes or claims, when, after along wrang- ling, one of them proposed amicable terms, and to shake hands over it ; the other agreed to the proposal, and held forth his hand, but, no sooner had he done so, than the other rushed him treacherously with a long knife concealed under his waist, inflicting a most dangerous w...
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. The supply in this market continues very dull, as also the demand, occasioned by the rain. Wages may be still rated as quoted below :— &nbsp; Married couples without a family, £50 to £60 per &nbsp; annum and rations. Ditto, with family, £50 to £55. Shepherds, with rations, £32 to £35. Hut keepers, ditto, £30. General useful servants, ditto, £37 £42. Bullock drivers, with rations, £50 per annum, or £1 to £i 10s per week.
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Thursday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under :— Thursday, July 1. For Great Britain, per Charlotte Jane, to London, Saturday, July 3rd, at 11 ; per Surge, to Batavia and Overland, Saturday, 3rd, at 11. For East Indies and China, per Surge, as above. For Victoria, per Kiwi, to Geelong, this day, at half-past 9 ; per Duke of Cornwall, to Mel- bourne, Friday, 2nd, at 11 ; per Gazelle, ditto, ditto, at half-past 3.
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 29. Five persons were fined in the sum of 5s for riding upon the footways, and riding upon their drays, at the instance of the City Inspector of Nuisances. Mary Watson was fined 40s for furiously driving through the streets. Wm. Tully, schoolmaster, was fined 1s and 20s for using obscene language to Mrs Mary Prosser, of Gouger-street. John Bonnet and Samuel Stevens, two lads, were fined 5s for discharging fireworks in the public street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
TERMS: £1 6s per annum, payable in advance ; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements:—For one inch and under 3s, and 1s for each additional inch, each insertion. Printed and published by Andrew Murray, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Rundle- &nbsp; street, Adelaide, South Australia.
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, June 30, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. &nbsp; 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, June 30, 1852. Burras, £122 to £123 cash, sellers. Gold, sales at £3 9s 3d, cash, but has since fallen in price to £3 8s 6d and £3 8s 9d, cash. Sovereigns, 5d to 6d premium. Money, 12 to 15 per cent, on Freeholds. Ditto, 15 per cent, on Burra Shares. Ditto, 20 per cent.3 on Assay Certificates at £3 per ounce. Apply to J. F. ROSS, Broker.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852
IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga — One dark bay mare, black points, strawberry back and rump, shod all round, no brands visible. If not claimed, will be sold on the 19th July, 1852, at &nbsp; noon. W. R. BELL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham—One red and while cow, white back, belly, and tail, like &nbsp; JW off thigh; one brindle cow, white bag, like WM &nbsp; off rump; one red and white cow, white back, &nbsp; belly, and tail, illegible brands off thigh, lion DD; one black and white spotted heifer, good &nbsp; deal of white about it, no brand visible; one &nbsp; white heifer, few red spots, no brand visible; &nbsp; one black and white spotted heifer, no visible brand; one dark red curly-haired poly heifer, &nbsp; no brand visible. If not claimed, they will be sold July 19th, 1852, at noon. GEORGE BOWKER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at ...