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

UNITED STATES. TITE AMERICAN EXPÉDITION TO JAPAN. - Fi o a the New York papers, for August last, we leam that the ships forming the expedition were pearly ready for sea. The fleet will n&* exceed" six vessels. The Mississippi steam-frigate was ready to sail; she i¡? described as a magnificent specimen of narai architecture. Her armament con- sists of 10 guns, comprising 8 medium 32 pounders and two long 120 pounders pivot guns throwing shot or paixhan ch ells of 2) ftet in circumfeience. MORE ANNEXATION.-With the excep- tion of a statement in the Ditly Sews that the " British cutter Xetly has cleared the Bay of Fundy of American fishermen." the coast question seems to havedisappeared from v merican politics to make way for the Lobes Islands annexation. Mr Web- ster has issued a state paper on the ques- tion, which, if proving nothing else, ia con- clusive as to that statesman's want of honest principles First, he claims the islands for the United States on the ground of thei...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOCUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

ADELAIDE M A UK UTS. ORAIS AND FLOCK MA BC BT. "Wheat. 7a Floor. 1.20 to £22 Barter, English, 5« 3d to Ss 6d p<~-r bushel " CH I >©. 4s t<» 4a 6d pat bushel Oats, 14s (ter bushel. Bran, la 6d Pollard, ls4d CHAS J. BAHRT. Cuwler-flaoe.

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

* EUROPE. * " I GERMANY.-Tbe*King of Paossia gaie a military ba tíquet OD the, 6tb Sep'.emb|r in honour of the Grand Duke of itussia and tbô'Dukcof Cambridge. His Majesty h¿s «iou fer red the order of .the Black Ka»le én the English Duke". Lord and Lady Trufo are also staying at Berlin. General Haynau ha3 returned" to' Frankfurt. " t AüsrttiA.-The Emperor of Austria has returned. Vienna from Ischi. Cai thc 4th September he had a f di from hts horse whilst at a leview, but fortunately escaped unhurt. lîefore leaving Ischl he gave audience to the Archbishop of Paris, it is suppo.-ed ou a mess ige from the Prince President concerning his marriage. Tbe ; Karl of Westmorland bas returned to Vie una. The Constitutione! informs us that " Austria has just made an additional step in her attempts to absorb all the petty ¡states in a commercial an;l crjtoms uuion. The Duchy oj^Parma, which, bad long re- pulsed tho proposition* of Austria, "bas at length acceded to them. A treaty has been signe...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHAHGE COLONNADE, December 8 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. S, EXCHAHGB COLONNADE, DewniÍHfr 8 1852. Burras- £158, to £159 etile rs ; £155 buders; last sales £ 68, ca«h. Royal Miniug Company's Share», 22- paid ; I OB, cash, buyers; last sales, 10a <o Uti cash. Geld, £3 tits c««h. bu Motley IO per cent, on freehold*. LHtto. 12*, per ©eut. on other securities. AppJv te J F. ROSS, liroker.

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SHARE LIST. King William street, December 8. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

SHARE LIST. Ki I'S Willum street, December 8. 1862. Barru - £16'» ex dm4end oney t»n Freehold, lo io l⣠pe- cent. I Ditto on Burra scrip, and ema 1 loans, 15 per cent. Ditto <>tt discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per Oe tit. Geld, £3 Ila 9d, cash, buyers. JNO RK'HAKIfeOXr' D x. D. MELVILLK { Brokera.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

VAN ÜIEMKX'S LAND. WE have news from van Dieme:: s Land to the 24th. O > the 17th a pul.lic meeting was held at the Hobait Tonn theatre for the pur« pose of petitioning the Queen to di »a l.iw the Victoria Convint Prevention Act, and if the newspaper reports are 'o be credited, a more blackguard or raganiuffiaii exibition never dis- graced any country. A Mr Reeves WJS in- stalled into the chair, anti the demon af dis- order appeared to be a Govemmenlrlerk named Grey, it was a scene of confusi >n Irom first to last, and some members of tue Australasian League who attended to give some explanation of their conduct, were refused a hearing. A* may be expected floods of oratorical indignation weie wasted upon Victoria, Mr Westgarth and ihe Prevention Act, and those who supported it were denounced as traitors and every tiling else that was bad. The proceeding* terminated aller a very noisy evening, liv the passing ol resolutions embodying the wishes of the meet- ing, ..nd a vote of ...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. A considerable quantity of gold bas een brought forward thia week, which han beeu readily bought I np a< last weeks rat»-« : tbf Banka have been |>ur- j a asers to some extent a* well as other [»artie-- The , Steamship Sydney, being daily ex pee eil, Merchants j are anxious tu make up shipments for thai ves-el. j A large quantity vf gold bas also been de|>o*ited in ike -\sany Ornee during the week, amuautiug tu j 12 275 unces. I The return of diggers from Melbourne con inues, every vessel bringing a la ger number. About 1,5'tO have arrived within the last fortnight ; and [aa Christmas approaches, tbe infini may be ex- pected to inereaae. The hot weatLer will soon pro pr «doce . want of water ami mike d Kging inure difficult and un< ertain than ev« r ; sud many will be aa lions I» t-peud Clni^tmaa with their friends, lie si dei it ma) be expected tbat ihin-e whu ba ve doae «ell will not return, Nit all 6e(tle hera permanent I r to e...

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SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

?SHIP MAILS. Thcrsilaj, December"©. 'Mails viii be dispatched aa under For Great Britain, by the Utiyal Mail s'en mer Sydney, daily expected ; fey die Champion, t» Singapore and OveHaxd, this d-iv, at I : and by the Maid oj Auckland, to London, ou Wed- nesday, ibe Sth instant. For Victoria, by the Washington, tilia day, tb" 9th illara«-, at half-past 12. For the East ludies «u l China, by the Champion, tu "ingaporc as ab«re. For Western Australia, by -the Sydney, daily ex p< c<ed. For Port Lincoln, by the Lady Tlarvey, on Friday, the 10th instant, at half-past 3.

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POLICE COURT. Monday. December 6th. Before H. R. Wigley. Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

POLICE COURT. Monday. December Utk. Before H. R. Wigley. E-<q. [ Mary Thomas wes'fiîied £1 fur beingdrunk, and in default of immediate payment, waa commited to. jail for one month George Clark appeared on remand, charged with being a dangerous lunatic, but was discharged be- ing considered sufficiently weil to he at large. Mary LoneVy appeared on remand, charged with stealing several bottles of w ne and also a gold pin. the property of Roheit Radford, i Mr Smith defended the prisoner. I The proseeetor identified the pin produced as hi« property, which be saw last ou his dressing table The prisoner had been in his emt lo* f<»i some time bat he had never either given or s4d the pin io hw. I Remanded. Ernest Eisner appeared on remand, charged with ' stealing 3 lbs. 2 oe. of gold dust, the property of < Christian Von Lee. Mr Parker defended the prisoner. Mr Smith appeare i fur Ute prosecution. It appealed frc m the evidence of the prosecutor that, on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

TERMSt Xi lc* per wwa» payable ta *d ranee; £1 credit. Gua temp ftr Adtas^ienMatt-^For eiw iitefcaad wdcr Ss, and la for adrtifrym . faon, aast J «ad paUisaed brAadrev JUteâ tV i ~tf«rsOÉ« e*r*micU Ttäti&e 09ct,

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Manday December 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Umday December 6th. Preesnt -Thomas Gilbert, Esq... (Chairman.) C. H. Penny, George Stevenson, and Alexao er Tol- mer. Enquires. The BeRch met for the f»urpo»e of revising the Jury list, and Mr C. .vi. Pa my. of North terrace, »ot Mr Joseph Bell, of Brighton, took tiié asnal oath and «rere placed on the list as Grand Jurors. Hr Richmond, the Clerk to the Brach, beitag eon. fiaed to bi* boase through indisjwiiuau, iirJKauker. ecteJjn bit place The Court theo adjournsd tróttl friday, 17tb .instant. .....

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LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL). Thusday, December 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMIKAL). Tuetday, Dtctmbtr 'th. ? John Pntten appeared to the information of William Youles Brown, charged with deserting from his service. " , The information was dismissed, the plaintiff failing fo prove the agreement of »ervice. a /. McMillan, master of ihe ahip Chita, appeared lo tb« information of the Poatmaster-Goneral ¿barred with having delayed, tor tire days, the de- livery of seventeen letters brought by hit vessel.. The master admitted that the letters bad been brought on board the ship but pleaded ignorance as to when, or hy whom, brought. Hu Worship fined him ia (be lowest penalty, via., £1 and costs.

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HO[?] TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

HoBxsr Tova. November 25. - The wluwt market ia *ery un [ certain, pr.ee« ran^iiu over and limier 12» |ier bn*lieL accunllug to qimlin , and tile relative dls .poalliuils ot' buyer and heller, li; oiLer ^rain, no . a a erat ion. Flour £36 lo £2" }<er lou. Bi end is I still '-sept np by the bakers ti» Sd ¡>vr 2 lbs loaf. B. IDGF.WAT. a SALE. Mr W. A. Gucs<lou sold draught burses at Biidgewater, on F'id try lard, at fr. m 152 lust»» £u~ 4 a; IACUS, at from £6 I Ss 10 i4ii ; co «re, st from t-5 5s M £9 Jos : working bullocks, at from £1-5 to £17 per pair ; potatoes .£(7 lOS|iert<>n : oats" 14s 6il.per bushel.-Hobart Toten Laurier, Noveúiber *S4.

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

UKXBUUKNB. Gold remains ai 13 9a Sd per mine*. W. "¡VIM* at «nj Co ,t¿M on the 27 th at tbeir Mart cheese, la 2|<l per lb ; Twofold Bay Lalu>, .s6|dtit <tftido; EnK!isb b-ima ll id to 1« 3d, de ; tt*c«B tj/l U> Pd do ; 3UU 1-a^s t-agt>r, A24 1* a perlón; > h en jr «¡ne, 2 a ¡>or d<-aeu; cliuui,j*&ne, 31a lo 33a do ; Maula ei^ar*, |er m.. 15 17s 00 Liüfe and Cow a ld Adelaide ft «ur. £ il and £33 p> r KW i bran 2s <TU to &> 8<l pet t u¿bel ; Eufelub cheese, $ 5d per lb, bacon, la 4¿d per lb.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 2. LÁHB SAU.-The following portions of Crown lands will be offered for sale bj public «action, at the Local Court Home, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 6th of January, 1853, at ll o'clock. Deposit 1U per oenLj SUBUEBAK SECTIONS. Ooooty Adelaide-South of, and sobarbas to Qa vier Town, Haadred of If nano Fara. Lot. See. Aeres. Trio». £ 743« 3331 ?9 69 7435 338* 80 80 7436 3333 80 80 7437 8334 80 60 7488 3385 114 114 743» 3396 79 79 7440 3337 79 79 7441 3338 90 90 744S 3339 74 74 7443 3340 46 At 7444 3341 90 90 7445 3342 89 go 7446 3343 94 94 7417 3344 140 140 7448 3345 77 77 744» 3348 m Ut 7450 3349 88 68 7451 3350 7« 73 coTOTST nono». * County Adelaule-8eath of Gawler River, Hundred ef Port Adelaide. ílan 1S7. 7452 7553 63 63 7453 7554 103 103 7454 7555 93 93 7455 7556 100 100 7456 7557 80 80 7457 7558 80 80 7458 7550 80 80 7459 7560 75 75 - Oonnty -Adélaïde-Eastern conrees of tb« Torrens, Houdred of Talunga. Plan 129. 7235 7070 76 76 County Hindmars...

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

MODERN SHIPPING. . I O BEAT BA.CE BMTWEÜN JOHX UCCE \ AND JONATHAN.-In the month of Angust, and the last day cf July-, three splendid clipper ships left Shanghai for London ; the result of the voyage is looked forward to with unusual interest in the race of com- petition between *Knglish and American built ships. We subjoin the names of the vessels, their tonnage, and cargoes - Tons. Iks Tea. bales Silk. Challenger (Brit.).. Ci» 628,500 1.000 Nightingale (Am.) 1063 382.161 2,573 John Bertram (Am.) 1< 80 474,49° 3.45* They sailed from Shanghai : with these large and valuabls cargoes against the monsoon. The passage down the China sea has pretty well determined the relative merits of the vessels, all three having ex- perienced heavy weather, which cansed such violent straining of the vessels that the two American built ships have been forced to bear up for repairs, which, although chiefly confined to the process of caulking, has caused the delay of several days. The John Be...

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

"ÎJÂCTCBSTOH. ! Noremljer 20.-*knjr+eni*K>« at £35 fer ton. | }irith***in«r dsw&verd tendency ; «beat-iO» 6d to 1 ls {«r biJBUrl : oats «efe; - pressed har, j 7 per ' t»u trussed do £4 las; |iotatot.fi. i.14 to £ £ |k.r j ton -. br ad, «sad per 4lb ¡oaf. j There «-a- a lar^e attendance at the Launceston Ho<-se Bazaar, )est«r<iay. Mr J. C. Prie »old 17 horses from I to £99; chaise-carl, horse and han ess bought in a' £tb ; fine flour £2- t-i 129 per tO'i : «harps £ to per ton. Great enquiry hy Po t Phillip hus et* fur heavy draught hurtes. Examiner. Noe 20

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

THE NEW TARIFF. The Act to Amend tbe Laws of the Costa» W Sooth Australia having; rece iv«! her Stuje?» T'S asieot. the Satiating Tariff viii crae in ferce on did 26th of December next en&ning ARTICLES. ^acon and hams... Gags and sacks,com. " Ore, punny, and rete rn ed .... Bales for wool. Beef and pork .-. Beer, pertt-r, ale, cider, and perry .. Blacking, liquid. *' paste............ ..... Boots and shoes, vi*. - Boots, doz pairs Half ditto. fihoea ...- .... Childrens'. Bread and biscuit.. Bottles, glass and atone. Bricks-Fire and < adi............ " other kinds. Butter . Candles-Tailow. « Waa, sperm, Ac. Canvas.. Carts and drays. Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty. Cement..., Cheese. Coffee.......... Confectionery ........ . Copper-cheating and naife. Cordage und rope-Europe........ Manila. Sate! Per s.d. 2 6 5 ' 2 6 0 2 1 6j O 4 ! 0 8 0 2 6 0 S 0 2 0 1 o 0 7 O 2 5 0 2 ' 3 O 3 0 12 0 2 0 IO 0 20 O 2 0 4 3 0 6 0 0 4 5 2 Ü 1 6 -Coir and Jan ..............

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

ASSAY ÖFfICE. The Government Aasayer-U prepared to receive Gold Dost for away under an Act No. 1, of 1852, < on Tuesdays and "Fridays, bawean the boors of, IO o.m. and 2 p.m., «abject to the-following regola- ! tiona : - j 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- i vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay I Office, in the Government Buildings, King William*- ; street, between the hours pf 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., on i Tuesdays and Fridays. i 'I. No parcel of Gold leas than twenty ounces in [ weight will be received. | 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented st «he office, the Government Assayer, or his assistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing . such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in tba r assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its ! receiyt, and tbe name of the owner thereof, together ! witb the uame of the Bank at which the said Gold \ when assayed »nd smelted, is to be delivered to, cr j to the order, of-the owner. | 4. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

ARTICLES SCSJGCT TO AH AO TAtOESM DC« JOF ' IO FEB CENT. Carriages : clocks and watches; drags uoename rated ; ' lurmture ; 'flint glass, cot, cast, mirrors, and manufactures ; groceries and. oilmen's stares not enumerated; jewellery, plate and plated goods; paper manufacture«, not enumerated ; perfumery : pipes, not of common clay; spices, not enumerated ;! stationary, unenumerated ; unenumerated articles manufactured. ASTICI.ES SÜBJECF 90 A« AD VALOSEH DtJTT OF 5 PKH CENT. Apparel and slops ; ont!err and hardware ; dra- pery, haberdasliery, hosiery, millinery ; mannfactn resof silk linen, cotton, wool, and hair ; earthen- ware and celina; prindary ; iron manufactures, not enumerated ; implements and tools ; lead manufac- tured ; leather, manufactures unenumerated ; saddlery and harness ; tinware and tin plates; zinc, and manufactures of ditto; manufactures of »nod ; unenumerated anides, raw. SUBJECT TO A DUTT OF 6 PER CEST. Copper, manufactures of. FEES LIST. Animals, living ; bag...

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