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POLICE COURT Fridiy, December 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
POLICE COURT Friday, December 10th. Jonathan Higgs was fined 10s. for being drunk and assaulting P. C. Plunkett, on the previous evening. William Rose, Inspector of the Gold Escort, was &nbsp; &nbsp; charged on the information of Adelaide Frances Gale with feloniously assaulting her husband. &nbsp; Thomas Theodore Gale, at the York Hotel, on the &nbsp; 28th ultimo. &nbsp; Remanded till Monday (this day).
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Dec. 9-The schooner Amicus, 158 tons. Ber- thean master, from Melbourne, 3rd instant. Pas- sengers -Mr and Mrs Clark and child, Messrs Mart- in, White, and Boiler, in the cabin ; and 63 in the steerage. Same day-The barque Dreadnought, 388 tons. Lowrie, master, from Melbourne. Passengers -Mr. and Mrs Waroom, Mr Nichol, Mr and Mrs Block. &nbsp; Mrs Lowrie and infant, Mr. Clover, and Mr Jones, in the cabin ; and 101 in the steerage. &nbsp; Same day-The ship Sea Park, — tons, Spalding, master, from Plymouth, 24th August, with 345 im- migrants. Same day-the steamer Cleopatra, 18 0 tons, 850 horse-power. Capt. Cummng, from London, 7th September. Passengers -F. Grote, Esq., C. Stirling, Esq., C. W. Andrews, Esq., and H. G. Hopkinson, Esq. First Class : Rev. Mr Hiern and family, Mr W. Thompson, Mr. W. Turner, and Master J. Phipson, second Class. &nbsp; December 9-The schooner Daphne, 5? tons. Martin, from Melbourne. Passengers- Messrs...
CONVICTISM. DESPATCH FROM SIR W. DENISON TO EARL GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 December 1852
CONVICTISM. DESPATCH moat SIR W. DENISON IO EARL GUET. My Lord-T have the honor to acknowledge I the receipt of y->ur lordships despatch, marked corüdeii'iul, dated 24th January, 1851, en- closing the copy of a letter addre.^aed to your lordship by Mr James Aikenhead, the editor of the Launceston Examiner. j 2. From the one of tne despatch, and from the tenor of the instructions therein contained, I cannot but imagine that your lordship has attached to some of the statements contained in Mr Aikenhead's letter au amount ot credit to whicii Uiey are in no way entitled. 3. I see aiso in the Times newspaper of the 23rd January, a le ding ai tide in which all the mis-slateutenla and exaggerations with re- gard io this colony, which Uave l>ee'i over and over again coniradicte I -and refuted, brought tm ward and used MS arguments tor the cessa- tion ot transportation. 4. I uaiiii-'t therefore but think that some i energetic influence is at work in order to in- duce the public in Kngl...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
IMPORTS. SPIRITS fi» bond) c.. .« ¿ £ « Brandy, United "Via. per gallen . 0 J2 0 O 17 O Ditto, do. do., per. eue í O O 1 12 O Ditto, MaraÜ'a, per gal. o 12 * OOO Ditto, ditto per case '.. 1 10 O 1 IS 0 Do. other brands per g&L 0 IO O O « O Ditto, ditto, per case ..160 i 8 6 Bom (W. L) per gallon 0 4 6. OOO Whisky, ditto. ISO OOO Gin (Old lom) ditto.. O 8 0 0 12 O Genera, ser casa. OOO OOO W î NES - (tfnty patót; - Port, per pipe ...... so 0 0 OOO Ditto, per doses. t 5 0 2 0 0^** Sherry, per pipe. 2500 40 O 0 Ditto, per doses...... 140 I 12 0 Cape, per pipe. noàe. Champase», per cocea 2 0 0 SOO Claret, ditto. 1 g o 1 IO O Marsala, per pipe. OOO OOO Ditto, MT dora ...... ooo OOO PORTEE Taylor's fiar Mid ... } Trueman's .(aaa in A « Barelay Perkins* .. ( 8 8 * 10 0 0 Whitbread'a.J Ditto, per deseo. 0 12 0 0 « o Dublin ditto. Der hhd 4 15 « OOO ! ALE-London bran os, per ? hhd. 8 0 0 10 0 O i Bass's Barten, Ne. 3 .. * O O' 8 8 O Bottled, per doa,. 0 15 0 OOO Ditto, per dor. Dunba...
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 15, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
BOSS'S SH ABE LIST. S, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 15, 1852. Barras-£í 58 cash, sellers. ¿155 do, buyers. Geld, £3 12s. cash, ba -- Mouej lo per cent, on freeholds^ Ditto. 12¿ percent, on ot h or securities. Apply te J F. ROSS, Broker.
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
ASSÄY OFFICE/ The Government Assayer is prepared to receive i Gold Dost for assay under an Act No 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the boure of , IO o.m. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : - 1. ATI uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King Williaw street, between the hours of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. 2. No parcel of Gold less than twenty ounces in weight will be reeeived. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the office, the Government Assayer, or bis assistant» will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its receiy t, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed and smelted, is to be delivered to, or lo the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
PLAÏTS'S BOOK WAREHOUSES. ON SALE, FAMILY HERALD, VOLS. VIII. & IX. Hou ehold Words, Vol IV. Family Friend Parlour Library, latest vol. Railway Library Popular Library Edinbuagh Tales Bob n's Standard Library Bohn's Antiquarian Library Waverley Novels Chambers' «Tournai Penny Magazine Chambers's Information Knight's Cyclopaedia British Cyclopedia Penny Cyclopaedia British History, chronologically arranged by Wade Vaughan's England under the Stuarts Webster's and Worcester's English Dic- tionary Craig's Etymologic2l End Pronouncing Dietionary Walker's Dictionary Johnson's Dictionary Sheridan's Dictionary Fielding's Works Smollett's Works Swift's Works Bolwer's Works Longfellow's Prose Works Longfellow's Poems Marrjatt's Pirate and three Cotters, Illus- trated Hogarth's Works Book of Gems Pictures of the French Poor Jack. Illustrated Harry Lorreeuer O'Dcnoghue Arthur O'Leary Williss's Pencillrngs by the Way Forlogh O'Brien Valentine McClutchy Con Cregan Harry Mowbray Michael A...
The Morning Chranirle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Thursday, December 16, 1852. CHURCH AND STATE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
- : - ?? ? .? 1 ,tur j ?\)t JHnrning fjjramdr. j *' Thia ia true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripide*. Adelaide: Thursday, December 16, 1852. CHURCH AND STATE IN MEL- BOURNE. THE question of State Aid to Religion ap- i pears, from the general quietude respecting it, to bave been finally settled in South Australia. Such, at least, would probably be the impression produced by a superficial observer by the present aspect of parties ecclesiastical in this colony. Such, how- ever, we believe to be very far from the fact. The decisive battle has yet to be fought; and may perhaps produce results : very different from the hopes of the party which enjoyed a temporary triumph in the skirmish that occurred on the occasion of the election of our first representative Council. It is not to be supposed that the point will be conceded after a single defeat, by the ! party which in addition to conscientious I belief in the duty of the State to maintai...
THE NEW TABIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
THE NEW TABIFF. The Act to Amend the Laws of the Customs in Sooth Australia havicg received her Majesty's assent, the following Tariff will come in farce on the 26th of December next ensuing ARTICLES. Bacon and hams. Bags and sacks, com ........ .. " Ore, gunny, and returned .. Bales for wool . Beef and pork. 'j Beer, perter, ale, cider, and parry Blocking, liquid . Boote and shoes, viz. -Boots, doz pairs Half ditto . Shoes. Childrens'. Bread and biscuit. Í Bottles, glass and stone . ! Bricks-Fire aud I ath... " other kinds. Butter. Candles -Tailow. *» Wax, sperm, &c. Canvas. Carts and drays ._ . Waggons snd timber carriages ... . Casks, empty....-. Cement. Cheese . Coffee. . , Confectionery. . ! Copper-shtating and nails. Cordage «nd rope-Europe. Manil». 16 . # j Cou-and Jute. 0° .. j Unenumerated. 16 Cord, email, and twine. 5 0 Corka. 0 2 gm. Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat.. 16 qr Barley . 1 3 .. Oats . 13 Mais« and millet.- - . io Peas, beans, pulse. 1 6 Malt . 3 0 .. Floor,...
SHARE LIST. King William-street, December 15, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
GUARE LIST. King William-street, December IS. 1852. Barras-¿158. Money on Freehold. 10 to I2¿ per cent. Ditto on Burra scrip, and sma l loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 16 to 20 per cent. Geld, £3 Us 9d, cash, buyers. JNO RICHARDSON/ D. MELVILLE f Brttk««
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
ÍMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One red and white cow, white belly, like CAW off ribs, like TO near ribs; one dark bay mare, bridle on, long tail, black points, saddle marked, like H near shoulder, like 13 off shoulder. If not claimed, they will be 6old January 3, 1852, at noon. GEORGE BOWKER, PoHndkeeuer. Impounded at th» public pound, Brighton One dark bri wn entire colt,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, 1853, at noon. HENEY HIGHET, Poundkfiener. Impounded at the public pound, Section 7557, Gav 1er Uiver, Munno Para-One big black horse, white on face and near hind foot, long tail, no brands visible ; one bay mare, black points, spot on forehead, K>...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 9. LAND SALE.-The following- portions of Crown lands will be offered for sale bj public auction, at t-.e Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 13th of Janna«y, 16S3, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 percent.: - TOWN SBCTIOKS. County Hindmarsh, Township of Port Elliott. Lot. 10 ll 18 19 25 31 41 46 47 48 Roods. Price. Ï IO ll 18 19 25 31 9p &lt;o *#> 47 County Bobe, Township of Bobe. 104 104 1 2 10 105 105 t 2 to 106 106 1 2 10 107 107 1 2 10 108 108 1 2 10 109 109 1 2 10 110 HO 1 2 IO Ul 111 1 2 10 20 20 20 26 20 20 20 20 20 20 SÜBÜBBAH SECTIONS. County Gawler, north of Gawler Ki vcr, suburban to Gawler Town. Hundred of Mudla Wirra. Lot. See. Acres. Price. £ 5758 35 80 80 Cooney Light, north of, and suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Nuriootpa. 7478 9>6 49 49 County Adelaide, south-west of, and suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Fara. 74Î9 3297 138 138 7480 3298 78 78 7481 3299 7â 76 7482 8300 75 75 7483 3301 79 79 7484 3...
KDITOEIAL OPINIONS SOME FACTS CONNECTED WITH THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
KDITOEIAL OPINIONS SOME FACTS CONNECTED WITH TfiffW WOOL TRADE, -v- 0JSI There are some points ¿bnnected ^IÜ^" the wool trade particuiarlyywortby ofnotiosl at this time> when so great an excitement has existed in reference to it, and when ;*o large an advance has taken placé. The"Sr$»r&lt; cause of the great advance at the last stdeS. was the apprehension of a very great ' "in- duction in the supply from -Australia, Iii . consequence of the desertion of agricultural . occupations for the gold diggings. But, es . we expressed our belief some time ago,- it nowjturns out that the imports of colonial woolup tothe 5th of June, are quite as large as they were the corresponding date of last year, and as the arrivals have been large since that date, we are prepared to find, when the accounts shall be further roadeup to this date, that they are rather in excess of 1851. Up to the 5th of June last year, the quantity of colonial wool imported was 11,348,465 lbs.; and this year it wa...
THE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
THE LOCAL COURT. WE feel it incombent on us to draw the at- tention «f the Government to the prêtent in- efficient manner in which the business of thia (Jouit is conducted. Every alternate Wednes- day there is tnppotsd to sit a Court of Full Jurisdiction, consisting of Hi» Honor the Judge and two unpaid Magistrates who are expressly »ummun d tor the occasion. Yesterday was a Fud Jurisdiction day, and the Court ought to have sat at ten o'clock precisely ; but at that hour there was neither Judge nor Magistrate to take his seat on the Bench. ' Mr titles, we ul the summoned i. P's, made his appearance soon afterwards, but finding that the Judge had not arrived lie went away and did not return. Mr A.L. Elder had been summoned, but did not attend, being, we believe, away at Port Lincoln. His Honor the Judge et twenty-five minutes before twelve o'clock, took his seat on the bench and «lated that he regretted that hr had uo power to adjuutcate upon the cases set down for hearing, but must ...
SUPREME COURT. EQUITY SIDE. [Before Mr Jestice Cooper.] Tuesday, December 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
SUPREME COURT. *o.uirr sn>B. [Before Mr Jestáce Cooper.] Tuesday, December iii*. HAST f. ELUS -the Crown Solicitor» in the Absence of the Advocate General attended, and stated that the case wan the same as had already been wrought before the notice pf the Court, uamelr, that notice had been served to hear jad^rmeut on tba 15th instant, and that valid reasons had been shown f>rtbepobli ation being- enlarged His Honor said the point Ht the trial at law was, whether Mr Campbell's (Terries) undivided acres, which bad1 been sold bj Mr Hart, could be legally represented by shares ia the Princess Royal Mining .Company, and it was held that they could not.. Tbvre was no deed in existence signed fay Mr t^amp bell ( Vertios), or his agent, to show that a certain number of shares should represent a certain number of «oreg. At the time the contract was made it did not appear that Mr Campbell (Terries) had «ny mining shares at all» He sold acres of huid, and subsequently converted them iot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
FOR MELBOURNE. /v . rp HE fine Al barque X DREADNOUGHT, 1«^^ James Lowrie, eommaider, will jflgSStfl p^itively in the course qf the week. Foi frei,ht cr passage, applv to CAPT. TAPÍEY, Port ; W. GILL, Exchange; CAPT. DUFF. King William-street. GALVANISM AND ELECTRICITY. M. SANGER, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, ¡ Brest Cottage, near the York Hotel, Handle-street. GALVANISM AND ELECTRICITY scientifically applied (under the advice and patronage of the Medical Profession), fot the relief of Paralysis, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Affections of the Eyes, Deafness, Tic Dolou raus, and Nervous Diseases. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, nine to twelve. Tarns-One Guinea for a fortnight's course of Electricity j six application». Thirty Shillings for ditto of Galvanism, six applications. N.B.-The Poor (gratia), on Tuesdays and Thursdays, nine to eleven. The following Testimonials of its efficacy and cares have been received from parties resident in Adelaide and its vicinity, who were recommende...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852
THE GREAT BRITAIN steamer will sail from Syd- ney on 17th December, and from Melbourne, for Liverpool direct, on 1st January, 1853. Passage may be engaged on application to &nbsp; the undersigned, but as it has been determined that she shall not call at Port Adelaide this voyage, intending passengers must proceed to &nbsp; &nbsp; Melbourne to join her. W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. & CO. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE fine Al ship EPAMINONDAS, £N 1,171 tons per register, H. ^¿ Kerr, Commander, has bees j laid on the berth for London, j and haying the greater part of her targe es- ' gaged, will meet with qmick despatch. For terms of freight, apply, to A. L. ELDER & CCV October 16,1852. FIRST WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE an Dual packet ship ADELAIDE, Al fbr 12 yean, 492 tons re- gister, A. K. N. Tremearoe, commander. Intending shippers by this vessel are re- quested to observe that the lest shipping day is fixed for Wednesday, 22nd proximo, prior to which date ...