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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
"IMPOUND ING8. Impounded, at the publie pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One red and «hit« cow, «hit« belly, like CAW off rib*, like TO near ribs; one dark bay mare, bridle on, long tail, black pointa, saddle marked, like H near shoulder, like D off shoulder. If not claimed, they will be sold January 3, 1852, at noon. GEOSOK Bowxe», Pomadkeeper. i Impounded et th? public pound, Brighton One dark brt ira entirecolt,star in forehead, both 'hind fetlocks white, no brand visible, about eighteen months old ; one grey roan colt, white stripe down face, an illegible brand off shoul- der, about eighteen months old ; one chesnut roan filly, black points, no brands visible, about eighteen months old. If not claimed, will be sold January 3rd, 1863, at noon. HENHT HIGHET, Poundkceper, Impounded at the public pound, Section 7657, Gawler Uiver, Munno Para-One big black bone, white on face and near hind foot, long tail, no brands visible; one bay mare, blask paints, spot on forehead, M ne...
BOSS'S SHIRR LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December [?], 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
BOSS'S SHIRR LT«T. 3, EXCBAKGR COLONNADE, DeceuiW li, 1652. Pnrriw-£158 to £159, sellers. Gold, £3 I Us. ca.L. bu Money lo per cent, on freeholds. Dat" 124 per cent, on other securities. Apply ts J F. BOSS, Broker.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Decemder 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Ikcewdter 9. Li.» SALE.?-Tb« foHowisg portions of Crow» Und* will be offered toe aale bj pa bl ie .action, mt lae Local Gourt Hoste, Adelaide, ea Thursday, tb» 13th of January, 1&&3, ai ll rfolook. DapeoB ia per oent.: TOW» uenoNt. . County Huniinarib, Township of Port Elliott. Lot. 10 ll 18 19 25 .31 45 46* 47 i8 See. 10 ll 18 19 3t 31 4* 46 47 43 Rood*. Priée. £ a. SO O 30 20 se 20 .so 20 20 a* o » 20 0 Gouty Bobe, Township of Bobe. 104 104 1 flo 105 105 1 * 10 10« 106 1 ftO 107 107 1 S 10 108 108 1 S IO i 109 109 1 . 2 W ' 110 110 1 2 10 ! lil lill 2 10 euBuuuir SECTION*. County Gawler, north of Gawler Ehrer. snhnrhsn to Gawler Town, Hundred of MndhvWm*. Lot. Sec. Aeres. Price. £ 6758 SS «0 *0 Comity Light, north of, and suburban to Gawler Town, Handrad of Nuriootpa. 7478 916 49 49 County Adelaide, south-west of, and snbnrban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para* 7479 3297 138 138 7480 SS98 78 78 7481 3299 76 76 7482 8300 75 75 7483 ...
ADELAIDE GOLD CDICULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CDICULAR. A fair amount of haziness has been dona in gol«! dorine thc w.-ek at former tate-th«? market keeping Terr steady with a moderate supply. - he Sydney will ne doubt clear ont a l stocks nf gold dn her ar- rival, now hourly expected from Melbourne ; but «a the nest Escort, under Inspector Stuart, may be looked for about the middle &lt;"'t next «ree-, a fresh snpplv will be brnnght - into the market. The quantity deposited in the Assay office this week, only a m omited to 363 > ounce«, evidently showing th*t a -very small quati'tty remains in the hands QI the di sr «-'er s. T^«&lt;«e n&lt;>w returning front, > el'munie may bring io further supplies, bat there are not means of ascertaining the qua« tity. The »screw nt- amer v.leopttti a.. from London and Plymouth. arrived here -on 1 buntday afternoon, bringing i-UHiO*- in specie; vii.. £2t»,&lt;>00 for the Bank of Sooth An*taJ a, fl 6. 00 tor the Bank cf I Australasia, a...
POETRY. SUMMER HOURS—NOT AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
POETKY. SUMMER HOUES-NOT AUSTRALIAN. Sommer hours, lammer boars, Come again with boos and flowers Come with perfume-laden breeze - Come with verdure on the trees nome with laughter, love, and song. Trull your merry notes along: Sweet and gladsome summer hours, Come and deck the earth with flower». Winter day« have leen and passed, Blue-eyed Spring is here at hut, Natare1» heart with rapture leaps From her bed the crocus peeps And the daffodils unfold To the san their leaves of gold : Bright and pleasant scanner honra. Coote and weave thy -wreath of flowers. Down the woodland pathway wild Lightly bounds th« peasant child, Drioking io, from wood and hill, Mountain stream and-wayside rill, Draughts of joy. Iflte drops of rain Falling on the desert plain : Sonl-rcfreabing summer hours, Come and wake the yoong hearfrVHowars. Summer hours, sommer honra, Born in sunshine and in showers, Come, lik« wild birds on the wing Come, like food beans, echoing Sounds of joy and notes of love, Snch a...
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
IMPORTANT NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of ike ADKIAMR MORN- ING CDKONICLK ie forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arrangements are made there ta secura a targe ami general sale all over the Diggings. The Paper becomes thus a most j desirable medium of intercommunication far j the Diggers and theirfriends at hame. i The »tonâ fide sale of the Edètim for the Diggings is Five Hundred copie* at the Vittoria Gold Fields, and One Hundred copies in Mole bourne. JLdrertisers will oct once perceive Ute advantages they may derive fmm this large circulation, which is entirely additional ta the ordinary heat issue. Adcertisements, Xtttices, Messages, jhr1 insertion en the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. MoBxnxG CBSOKXCCB OmcB, ' tPetobttr «, lös«, ^
ENGLISH NEWS. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
ENGLISH NEWS. LITERARY INTEIXlflENCE. Political events, and other çaosesT^aTe tended to make the publishing ' season ¿jost closed unproductive of ? very imporjtatlit works, although there has been considerable activity among the publishers: lhere aro, however, many announcements of forth- coming events. Mr Thackeray's long expected fiction is at last announced to appear in October. It » a supposed autobiography of a. young soldier of fortune, Henry Esmond- J>y name, who fights in the campaigns oC Marl- borough. That great commander himself and his imperious wife, her Royal Mistress and the Pretender, Swift, Steele, and Addison, are among the" per~söTrages~vrho figure in its pages ; where the wits,-beaux, and notables of the period are sketched as vividly as the club-meo aod littérateurs of the present day in " Pendennis" -and ft Vanity Fair." Mr Thackeray intends visiting the United States ibis autumn, there to deliver his "Lectures OB the daglish Humourists 5" which will be pub-...
SHIP MAILS. Monday, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
6HIP MAILS. Moiiiiar, December 13. Mails will be dispatched as ander For Great Hntain. by the Royal Hai' steamer Sydney, to London, dailv expected ; and by the Maid af Auckland, to -Landon, on W ednesday, the 5) li instant. For Victoria, by the steamar Cleopatra, this day, at half past 3. For Sydney and New Zealand, by the steamer Cleopatra, this day, at haif-p a' S. for Western Australis, hy the Jjtne, on Wed nea - day. the 15th ins'ant. at naif-past 3. 1
CUSTOMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
CtJSTOMS RETURNS,' THB last Government Gazette contains the Returns of Imports and Exports at the ports pf this province during the quarter j ended tte £5tu September -last. The. fol- i lowing is a summary of the Returns :- ; | ! Thc total value of the quarter's Imports j was £239/213 4s Sd. This sum includes an item of £86,618 1 is under the bead of j Coin and Bullion. The duty payable ea this amount was £26,298 Os Td. The total value of the Exports amounted to ¿&J6.021 14s, including £171,848 16s in Bullion and Com. 'Ihe Imports re-exported were valued at £17,744 18s. Deducting this item, end the amounts of Coin and Bullion, it will be found that the Imports consumed and re* maining in the colony amount . to £134,65'» Os 8d, and the Exports, the pro-: duce of the colony, to £116,428. The Re- turns contain also a tabular statement of Immigration and Emigration, from which it appears that our population has been in creased by the addition of 1325 stmbdtrrmg the quarter. The ...
THE "CLEOPATRA." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
THE " CLEOPATRA." Tais splendid «teamer, a full description of which will be found below, arrived at our port on Thursday last, and anchored at the North Arm about 7 o'clock in the evening of that day. Her Commander, Captain' Cumming, wished to come up to the wharves, but was dissuaded by the pilots ; who deemed ic unsafe to bring a vessel of her length up to the Port, crowded as it now is with shipping. The Cleopatra left England on the 7th September, and the Cape on October 30th. Sile brings 185 passengers, and a large cargo, the greater portions of which are fur Meibom* ie and Sjdney. She has £200,0 )0 in specie, £40.000 of which is destined for Adelaide Her long passage, 90 days, is attributed to disappointments in the supp'.y of coal, and to an unusual succession of calms, which rendered a large consumption necessary. The CLopalra be* longs to Messrs McKean, McCarty and Co., of Liverpool- It is not intended at present to put her upon the Cape line of steam communication with En...
The Morning Chranirle. [?] This is true liberty, when free born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripidrs. Adelaide: Mond[?] December 13. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
CJie itinrniîïg Cjîromrli. «? Thisîsirae liberty, when Ireiawffi^oi««^- - ila ving to suris» the publie, tamj speak lire*." AdelauJeT Mondt-, December 13. 1852.""" THE CORPORATION OP ADELAIDE. LAST week brought an important era in our civic history. The preliminary or ex j perimental term of existence of - our Municipal Council was closed, and that useful bo ly entered upon its multifarious and arduous duties with more regularity, and, if possible, with more earnestness than heretofore. With some change of person, with considerable benefit from experience, with the confidence derived from perfect assurance of popular approba- tion, and with serious but sanguine forer thought, our city rulers commence n year of activity and enterprise, which, under their auspices, must do great things for Adelaide. Their first step was'a good one. The re- election of the Mayor wa* «ne of those acts honourable equally to all the rarties con cerned. Doubtless, our good city could furn i th at need many...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
Y ODDS AND ENDS. (BY »a PUNCH.) EXPENSIVE FAVOURS-The Derbyites, we ar« told, spent many thousand pounds for favours to be worn by their partisans, daring the elections. They have paid very dearly for them, we are afraid, for it is very clear that their favours have not met with many returns. AN ENQUIRY.-We wendar if Mr Dis- raeli will bequeath to his successors all he sees "looming in the future?"- and whether he wUl bequeath it ss an " air loom ?" SOMETHING LIKE A BAT.L. - A fast young lady, who does not go to Almack's, alluding to the new buildings at the Elec- tric Telegraph Office in the Strand, says *' she envies that Company, for they have a large Ball all the year round, and they keep it up like One o'clock !" LODGING-HOUSE LOGIC.-We perceive by a police report that the duty of enforc- ing the law against the filthy lodging bouses in St. Giles's, has been entrusted to Inspector Reason. We do not wonder at his having found his task almost hopeless, for the inmates were sure t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
STfiAM FOR MELROUBfiffi "JtfK «Èbèv i CLEOPATRA, «¿jjgjl^ 1800 ton« register, 350 horse ¿3j&^S¡j¿ power, -will leave for Melbourne .nd S-vàney, on Tuesday, next Adelaide, 10th December, 1852. FOa MELBOURNE. /w . TITHE fine A1 barque Pj£>kv 1 DREADNOUGHT, l^jkâtVv- James Lowrie, commander, -¿?¡¡?SBP» will Bail, positively in the course of the week,. - -For freight or iws«ai*\ »pplv to CAPT. f ATLEY. Port ; W-. GI LL, Exchange ; ?CAPT. T4JF¥,Xuig'W«lliam-!,treet. POR SYDNEY DIRECT. THE AI teak built barque REXGAL MARCHANT, 508 tons register, ¡Tames Do óoTan, commander, «rill sail for the abare port on Wed- nesday, the '^Sfb instant. . Tor freight or passage, having very superior ¡ -accommodation, apply to JAMES RAWLINGS, j -on board ; to J. STILLING & CO.. Adelaide; or to JOHN NEWMAN. Tort. CHARLES MATTHEW, COACH BUILDER, WETMOUTH-STREKT, HAYING given up business, and being j about to Ie.*ve .the colony for England, | begs to n-turn his sincere thanks fri bis num- e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
A USTE A LIAN . ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE splendid ¡mn steam «hip SYDNEY, Al, 1,500 tons, 300 horse power. William Hale« Franklyn, Commander, ie expected at Port Adelaide in a few day«, on ber voyage to England. This vessel has superior accommodations for first, second, end third class passengers. Applications for passages viii hate priority in the order iq which they are raade.^ On and after this date the undersigned will bevprepared to sreigh gold intended for ship ' mentor freight. A. L. ELDER Sc CO., Agents. Adelaide, Dec 3,-1832 THE GREAT BRITAIN steam pr will «ail from Syd ney on 17th December, and from Melbourne, for Liverpool direst, on 1st January, 1863. Massages may be engaged on application to the undersigned, but as it bas been determiné that she shall not call at Port Adelaide this i voyage, intending passengers moat proceed to Welbourne to join her. W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. 81 CO. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. T IHE fine Al «hip EPA MINO ND A 8, J, 171 tans per reg...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December 9th. Tba Council sat at three o'clock. Present Mia Worship! the Mayor afri alt the members exceift Aldeanan Hall and Mr Platts. . BUptiim oj[ Mayor -Wv To*ii Qlerk said their *&r*t boai&ess was io el^ct a Mayor for the ensuing year, tad, readjthe following address to the worthy, officer already pVcsi HHS. " f i » To fames Bartle Fisher. Kaq., JP \ , ' Mayor ofjtke City jut' AdeLuae &&lt;" te. "Worshipful Sr-Tue jeriod hiving arrived, i which, while it completes th* tenn of your bucees- j fol labours ia the honorable |a»i iou of Mayor of the City, also necessitates our selecting a prè&ùing officer for the ensuing year, we il «.-em a to be a fit- ting opportunity respectfully to tender, for your acceptance, the expression of our sincere apo recia- ? tion of the Tamable services jon b«ve rendered during your occupation of the Civic Chair, and of the punctuality, courtesy, j>rudeuee, aud efficiency with whi...
CONVICTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
CONVlGTlSiL WE beg io direct our readers to a despatch f. om the Governor of Van Diemen's Land to the late Secretary cf State for the Colo- nies, which will be found-in another por- tion of our columns.. - We had intended to accompany the publication of the despatch with some general remarks upon thesuSject; but for want of room, we are compelled to postpone our comments. *
THE PROGRESS OF SORBW STEAMERS—THE CLEOPATRA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
THE PROGRESS OF SORBW STEAM-1 EKS-THE CLEOPATRA. Tt is.only some twelve or fourteen years since the first screw steamer made ber ap- pearance on tb« Clyde, namely, the Archi- medes, and On that occasion all our cognos- centi in the way of marine steaming/ were -called upon to witness the performances of what was looked upon as being httíé'better 4baa «a to£eaie&lt;» tty. * Awonga* abet**/ nm f%oard sneering, 'their old frequented Hv«i mofe&lt;mn«ed ttí|^pretfed ? ? -." - could be propelled without peddles, -while retaining ell the ordinary appearance of * handsome j yacht. The experiment, bow ever, vas not without ita effect } for there Wrè-niRhy preseotTIT^-^w In the screw the attainment of a great desideralom, vic., di» application of auxiliary steam power to' saUingvesseWreo as-tonaximitoT-prof^o^^ in the most econoniicajLand efficient »»li- ner. At this period^ it may be remarked, the subject of aoxUtary OoVrer bad greatly received the "Â|e^âtt^(|f'"sbtpowner£ an...
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
LUC AL AFFAIRS. DRKADFIL ACCIDENT.-A most melancholy accident occurred at the Fort on Saturday afternoon, which proved fatal to seven of the passengers of the Cleopatra. Mr Davis, with bis «rater barge, after deli ver m g water on boa:d the steimer, returned over-freighted with lug gage and abaut eighteen passengers. When the barjrn arrived sear the coaLshed, through the height ard weight of the. cargo she upset, and all the passengers and luggage were'pre- cipitated into the stream. We regret to say, that seven individuals, among whom «ere the Chaplain and his son, about seven years of age, 1 met with a watery grave. One of the passen | gera swam to the shore, and being joined by another brave fellow, named James Kellie*, they rowed out together and by their noble ex- I cition* saved the lives of the remaining pas-1 sanger*. The worthy Chaplain has left a dis- consolate widow and large family to deplore1 bis loss. THK " MABOAKCT BROCK."-The boats and j that part of the crew of ibo ...