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

BORNEO. LABUAN.--We have trews from Labuan to the 7th September. -Fever is stated- to be very prevalent on the plain, but not pf a fatal type. AU the Europeans had re- moved, te tho; bills where they were free from the attacks of fever. A second sale of liinda bad taken place, consisting pf country lots, composed of billy ground weil provided with water. There wera 27 lota put up, avetàgln^ ¡opfc to 17 acrc6oacb, and the prices brought were from 30 cents to 2 dojlâWan4'50/ cents per acre. The a'inuaL'quit-rjQt is 10 cents per acre, add the lands milktv be.cleared, within .three yearsf.oihePvise- -they will be resumed by Government. »At the-Goal-Mines, great activity prevailed, the miners working day and night. Tmûe lb veis "ware being worked.

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THE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

THE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS.-The Gold Export Duty Bill was rejected in Committee, OD the 21lh ult. The number of votes was 12 toll. Notice has been given nf a motion for » Select Committee toeon>ider the propriety ol establishing a University in Melbourne. The Melbourne Gas and Coke Company's Bill is rapidly passing through the House. Tne Scab and Catarrh tn Sheap Prevention Bill was ultimately withdrawn by the Attor- ney-General, who intimated hi« intention of bi ingiug forward separate Billa, the one for Scab and the other lor Ca'arrb. Dr Thomson presented a petición from settlers io the Wim- mera Uihtrict, praxing for the desttuction of all the scabby obeep io ene colony, and the im* position of an assessment tax to indemnify thei o«ners of such sheep as were destroyed. Mr itutledge presented a petition of a simi- lar tenor, signed hy t> large number of settlers. Mr Johnston's motion f<>r a vote of censure on tlie" Government fur ita...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

COLON IAl> MAfiKETS. SlDStVT. Tb« Mill«, November li.-Messrs Btrker «oil Co. *l tiers bas i-e u a rooie>a « supplr of orbe-it io tho ui»ikrl ibis «eek. wbieh panted al ftom it* to I Sa per (mabel, lu ftjnr ibero hts bern noaltera tien- fine £4«, and second O/MIIIY Ac 5 per 20*10 iba. Bread-9J the 2 lb loaf. («uki: 13 ii-attd lo £3 ll» 3d f>r Victorian, end pt3 7a Cd to 13 8a Ga for £«? South aka.

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LOCAL COURT, MORPHETT VALE. Wednesday, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

LOCAL COURT, MORPHETT VALE. Wednesday, November 24. Before George Worthington. E*q , Special Magis- trate, Robert Montgomerv, Era, J.P. and John Kejnell. Egg., J.P. CIVIL SIDE. Í RBADLBT V. BEOWM. - Action for IT* 3d, balance of account for gooda sold and delivered. Defence-that an agreement had t»een ma'le be- tween the Dailies I hat plaintiff should supp'y a pair of boots to defeudant's uiece »hi h would lwv« .. balance due to defendant, the boots nut having been delivered or even nude." " * Judgment for the fdaiiiliff. SIMS V. CANDY. Action for £12 I.5s 5d, plain- tiffs fcha~e of gold dug at Heudigo, and for iiKn.ey lent the defendant, and for share of toils disposed of bj defendant. Defence-partnership between plaintiff and de- fendant, and two other persons; and also pay- ment. Hr Walker, for the defendant, mored to put off the trial on the ground of the absence of (a* stated ta the defence) t wi » importait witne-st-ss, but as stated in the defend.ut's affidavit of one importa...

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

FOR MELBOURNE. HE AüuUSTA SCHNEIDER, \ Captain Williams, will sail on1 Monday next, the 13th instant j Has first» rate accommodation for passengers. Apply to the Captain on board, or to %. -WILLIAM Exchange; or 'CAPT. TAPLEY, Port. FOR MELBOURNE. A REGULAR TRADER. Carries 300 Tons to the Wharf. THE splendid fore and aft j schooner £\ SEA WITCH, will sail on or about tbs "I Otb December. Hersailing qualities «rd unrivalled^accommodation for passengers are well known. For Freight or Passage apply to WM. GILL, Exchange ; or to CAPT. TAPLEY, Port. FREEMASONS* TAVERN. J. B. PEAKE HAVING taken the above well-known establishment lately in the occupation of Mr Henry Robinson, begs to infora. his friends and tue public generally that no exer- tion on his part shall be wanting to render the Hotel comfortable and convenient, and that he tiusts by assiduity and attention on the part of himself and family, to merit a share of the patronage and support so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor. ...

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

AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM \ NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE splendid iron steam «hip SYDNEY, Al, 1,500 tons, 300 horse power, William Hal« Franklyn, Commander, is expected at Port Adelaide in a few days, on her voyage to England. This vessel ha* superior accommodations for first, second, and third class passengers. Applications for passages will have priority in the order in which they are made. On and after this date the undersigned will be prepared to weigh gold intended for ship ment or freight. * A. L, ELDER & CO., Agents. Adelaide, Dec. 3, 1852. THE GREAT BRITAIK steamer will sail from Syd- ney on 17th December, and from Me hourne, for Liverpool direct, on 1st January, 1853. Passages may be engaged on application to the undersigned, bat BS it has been determined that she shall not call at Port Adelaide this Tojage, intending passengers must proceed to Melbourne to join her. W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. & CO. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. T 1HE fine Al ship EPAMINOSDAS, 1,171 tons pe...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. I Beeembc* <-Tb« barque Eugene* 296 tona H . AnJersoa. from Melbourn© 3Utb November, tritb Ure. 7- I he barque -Colooney. 287 tona, th i Waltrr*, fioai Leith 24th luly. l'aa.-ei>¿>ert, ; Hr sud Mrs Crooke end tamil y, Afr «nd Mrs >ctt «nd family, Mrs Bri die and dtu>£liter, in tttecbiu ; and 95 in* the in «mediste and steerage, for Ade- laide «nd Melbourne. C* B A BSD OUT. Dec. 4-The ship Queen, of Sheba, 310 ton», Hingston, for Melbourne. Passengers-^Mn Brown -and child. If rs B<i*beck «ind ihre« child-en, Mrs Wulkow, Mrs Taj lor and two children, .Mr Coglin, ^Captain .Davidson, in-tbs «abm ; and Wi ia the steerage, . . ..: .. Same day Tue barque Rival,¥ll waa. Curtiuer. for :Mtlb*-oro«*. ' l'as-eu^ers- »lessrs Pear KUI and Hunier S, in the cabin . «nd 9 in the steerage. . Dec 6 The baigne Mazeppa. 163 tens. Marsh, for B» tn via Dec. 7-The brig: lalla R okh, 155 tons, H. Milner, for Melbourne Passengers - Messrs Thoma*. Mai k...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

Bjw^üjajted Yin-per - gallea ............ a íí Ó ' O 17 ^» Ditto, do. do., par. caw loo I " IS * O Ditto, Maneir», par gal o la e O O -O Ditto, ditto per case 1 io 0 I IS 0 i^aíber^Baads^gid; « IO <0 ...Or'O1 ^ Ditto, ditto, per case .. 1 5 0 *- S O Bum (VT. J.J per. gallea 0 4 6 0 0 O whÍskyéditto ..i. .... lao 'o o' io . Gin. (OldTam) ditto., o « O 4».ig. « Geneva* ser cass. O 0 0 0 0 O WINES- (dntTpaia;-- - T '* Pott, per pipe 60 O O OOO Ditto, per desea.,.-... iso S O "O Skerry,;perpipe ...... "95 D o ¿o p O Ditto, per doxea. 14 0 1 13 ú ; Cape, per pipe...noaa. V Champagoa, per doten SOO 3 A f> Claret,ditto-..... 1 5 0 1 1$~ o Marsala,per pipe...... OOO 0 .0 .a Ditto, ocr doseo. OOO OOO POBTBB Taylot's par abd ... -\ Trueman's .." ff Harelay Perkins* .. > * 8 0 »OOo V\Tdd*ead*«... J Ditto, par dosen.; o 12 o fl -o 0 Dublin ditto. Der bid .. 4 15 e OOO ALE-London brania, per tu«..... 8 O " O IO O O Bass's Barton, No. a.. 8 0 O 8 8 0 Bottled; per dos....... oís O...

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The Morning Chranicle. This is true [?] when free-born nen. Having to-advise the public, mey apeak free." —E[?] A delande Thursday December 9. 1852. TITK LATH HUKR OF WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

The Morning Chronicle. " This is true liberty, when free-born men       Having to advise the public, may speak free." — Euripides Adelaide ; Thursday, December 9 1852.         THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON! How   strangely fall the words upon the ear of men to whom the presence and influence of that illustrious person have ever formed an essential part of current history ! On the battlefield,— in the chamber of council, upon occasions of state pageantry,— in times of national danger,—who so promi- nent or so powerful as the Duke? In daring and energetic service against the foes of his country,—in stern, impassive, rocklike opposition to the attacks of inter- nal anarchists,—in sage advice, in cool correctness of judgment, in high integrity, the Duke has been distinguished during a period passing almost the bounds of living memory. Men in their prime have...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

DIED. At the Bendigo Diggings, Victoria, on Friday, the 12th November last aged 38, after a few days     illness, Mr W. E. Young, eldest son of S. D. Young,   Esq., of Dumfries, Scotland.   At Albert Town, on Sunday, the 5th instant,   Mrs Tapley, the wife of Captain Tapley, deeply     lamented by all who knew her.  

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SUPREME COURT. EQUITY SIDE. [Before Mr Justice Cooper.] Wednesday, 8th December. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 December 1852

SUPREME COURT. EQUITY SID*. [Before Mr Justice Cooper.} Wednesday, StA December. HABT V. ELLIS.-The Crown Solicitor, in tl» absence of the Advocate-tienenil, mored for-leave to enlarge the publioati»n till the Ut of ..anuarjr next, in order to allow the plaintiff tu put tn his own depo.it iona nuder the recent Act to Amend the Law of En.lenee. Mr G wy nue opposed the application urging the great delay which had already ariaen through the plaintiff nor having proSBonted the suit with vigour ;. end co» tending that be waa net entitled to-take advantage of bis wrong br availing hiniaelf of so Act which »a« not in operation at ibo time the cause ought to have come on for hearing. Application refused- the defendant to bare costa, as co.ti in the cause. ---

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

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.   GERALDiINE MINING COMPANY.-The An- nual Meeting of the Shareholder in this Com-   pany has just been held, Mr G. Shenton in th Chair. The accounts of the past half year were laid upon the table and passed. The Set-retury read the reports of i he Direc- tors,, from wnicii it appea'ed that the i?rü<-ltir g Works were expected to be in full oper.iii .n the first "eek in December, when ¿hey would tum out 20 tons of leail per week, and that in accordance with the instruction* of the Direc- tors, the whole strength of the establishment natl "been engaged in forwarding the prepara- tions for tne*e works, in ordir to secure as speedy a return of capital as ,ios>ible. It also appeared that iii'elligence had been received of the arrival al the mine of Capt. Hoskin an lp tri v bitt ii consequence of the absence ot all pos- tal communication, no repo t had been receive«! from him. intelligence, had however been re- ceived al Champion ...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound. Section 284, Marden, near Tajneham-One bay mare, saddle marked, blick points, long tail, SN near shoulder, like MM off shoulder; one light grey spotted mare, switch tail, no visible brand ; one red end white strawberry cow, like <-N near shoulder. If not claimed, to be O sold December 27, 1852. GEORGE BOWKER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Angas Park-One dark red brindle sided bullock,   large hoop horns, ear marked, like OB 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-publîc pound, Township of Truro, near the Wheal Barton Mine-One bay mare, black points, L near shoulder, like ff D off shoulder, saddle marked, long tail ; one bay mare, bind feet white, star in forehead, shoes on hind feet, MB near shoulder, like M off shoul...

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

  LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, wan 2,430 ozs.   6 dwts, 6 grs. which, valued at £3 11s per oz., amounts to. £8627 12 3 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz. £1.415.334 14 9 gives a present total of....£1,4239viz. 7 0   THE UNION BANK.-We understand that Mr Blackwood, the present Manager of this Bank, has been promoted to the Branch Bank in Melbourne, and that Mr Turner, the pre-   sent Accountant, will act here ad interim in his stead. CORONER'S INQUEST.-An Inquest was held at the Launceston Hotel, on Monday last at 8 a.m., before M. Moorhouse, Esq., on the body of Edward Connellan, who died suddenly on Saturday evening. It appears that the de- ceased returned from his work as usual on Saturday evening, hut complained of being cold, and almost immediately afterwards ex— pired. Medical assistance was called in but found of no avail. The Jury returned a Ver- dict of...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORT[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

SPIB1T8 |à fccwdY- r : ? E '' "*'>?«i-.^i:* - jB&nfe&hä&Vin.ptk ??? v; r. ? -^«^fÍL..^v-Á.M,:é¿vr.vJt If»»* : _ Ditto, de. do., per. oáie ' J' o e? I it o Ditto, MíuHrir^pefW O IJ * ' © '^1D -"Ditto ditto per feas* .¡?c|-^10 .« - -1 it-^» -, Do;oth«fttera^pergei. ¿ IO O A» Ditto,ditj&psf«KM,,. "1 ^ 0 - ü.ji t* Ss I * 6 jv;;****,* vthLAj.atto ... .i ?» o: - * ^ Gie fold lom) ditto., -ft ?«'*~H :'- 0 il ^ Gcmr« iiÍT«w ..... # :«o' .)---"? cf) 'J4j.-iio Port, p*rj*pe ...... §0 ,;i « * pitto,perdura...... J s~ p « « « a - r^JW». » » O * «O O O Ditto, pwI '4 -Í0 1 |9 O CMe.pwf4p>.... BWfcj. - CbstBPBgse, par doze« ,91 OÍ O - 3 - ? Claret,ditto. I 5 0 I IO 4» Mars «la, per pipe. OOO O 0 0 Ditto.ocrdesea ...... * o O O O . POBTlîR-r Taylor's per bad ... } Trâemao'a.tammi \ Barclay Pericias» / 8 » . 10 O è Whitbread'e........ j Ditto, per dezea ...... O 18 . Ode Doblij) ditto, ¿er nbd .. 4 1* . OOO ALE--London bran ta, per kfad. 8 0 9 IO O O Bass's Sext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

TERMS: £\ loa per annum, najabbj in adrane* ¿lis credit. Câih teta» for Adrerdsemeet»c---S'or ose inch and under Ss, and ts lor esca additions iueh.esch insertion. frinted end jnUisbed br Anarear M*mjt .%%.

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

ASSAY ÛFFtGE. ' : -<-.- ,i. --; .-? J The Governnj«!t Assayer i« r^*pared4e,reewve ? Gold Dost for MIT ander sn Apt "Ko, jl," of 1859,r on Tuesdays and Fndsvs, l*weeo tue ijonr* of; to o.m. and 9 jun., subject to the following regala rióos: - - 1. ATI unowned Gold to be ««Saved by fha Go- vernment Assayer, mast be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government {inildtnas, lying William., street, between the boara of 10 aim., «ad S p-m, on Tuesdays and Fridays. 2. Ko paree' of .Gold lees than twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the office the Government Asssjv-r. or his aaeiatant, ' will proceed, in the presenee of the j«ersoo bringing j such Gold, to weigh the a-jne, end will «O'er in the Í assay book the weight i-f the Gold, the date of it«; receipt, and the name of thc owner Uiereo^ together ¡ with the name of the Bank ai which the said Gold j when assayed «nd smelted, ts to be delivered to, er j to the order, of the own...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

. ¿«TKXMS^TECT 90 ÁSF AV YAU>B«M »ott Of 1 " "V ; " lo rn CBÍT. Carriages ; «jacks and watches; drags unenunre- - rated $ %arnitore ; flint glass, ent, east, mirrors, and j manufactures; groceries and oilmen's stores not! eonmerated; jewellery, plate and plated goods; paper manufactures, not enumerated ; perfumery : pipes, not of common cia j; apices, not enumerated ; stationary, unenumerated ; unenumerated articles manufactured. Asrrcxgs scBjscr TO AH AD TAI/JEI* MTTT or 5 PEB CKBT. Apparel and slops; cutlery and hardware; dra- pery, haberdashery, hosiery, u.illinerv ; manufactu- res of silk linen, cotton, wool, and hair ; ea rt ben ware and china; grindery $ iron manufacture, not enumerated ; implements and tools ; lcd manufac- tured ; leather, manufactures unenumerated : saddlery and harneas ; tinware end tin platea ; »nc, and manufactures of ditto; manafaetores of wood ; nneumneTBted anieles, raw. SUBJECT TO A OCTY OF C FSa CBITT. Copper, manufactures of. nn LIST. Animals, li...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

THE NEW TARIFF. The Act to Amend the Laws of the COS1*»WM Sooth Australis b«TÎpy reeeired lier Majesty** ««sent, the folioing Tariff will cnn» in feres on theSSihof December next ensuing ARTICLES. Rscon and hsms. Bags and sacks, eera ............ *' Ore, ganny, and returned^ .... Bales for wool...*... Beef and pork. Beer, peru-r. ale, eider, and parry .. Blacking, liquid. ** paste........ .......... Boots and «hoesi vis. -Boots, doa pairs Half ditto'. Sfaoe*. Childrens«. Bread and biscuit..... Bottles, glass and stom. Bricks-Fire and 1'at h. " other kinds. Batter . Candi«-Tallow. " Wax, sperm,«se..... Canvas ............ Cartssnd drays. Waggons and timber «amagas .... Casks,empty............ ........ Cement.. Cheese .. Coffee......... i Confectionery ......... Copper-aheating and nails. 1 Cordage and rope-Europe. ! Manila. Coir and J«ste. j Unenumerated. Cord, small, and twin«. 1 Corks. i Corn, meal,-and Sour-Wheat. i Barley. ! Oats . I Mais« and millet. i feas, beans, pulse- .. I M...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIS 4*0 FLOOR HABEST. Wheat, 6* 6d Flour. £20 10s «o £21 10s Barley, English, 5» 3d io 5« ?J ppr Imahel «. Ca|>e. 4« to 4s 6J per bushel Oats, 14* per bushel. Bran. Is 61 Pollard, l6-6d CHIS J. RA PKT. Gawler-place.

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