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SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 16. Mails will be dispatched as under— For Great Britain, by the Royal Mail steamer Sydney, to London, this day, at half-past 3 ; and by the Maid of Auckland, to London, on the 21st instant. For Victoria, per Amicus, this day, at 11 ; and per Dreadnought, at half-past 9. For Western Australia, per Jane, this day, at 11 ; and by the Sydney, this day, at half-past 3. For the Cape of Good Hope, by the Sydney, this day, at half-past 2.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AREITX9. .^December 14-The steamer Sydney .from Sydney Deo 4. and from Melbourne, Dec. 11. Passengers*- - From Sydney to Adelaide : First-class cabin-Louis Joseph ; second-class cabin-Richard Bill and mar children, Joseph King, John Claris, W. Day, Mrs Horgan, Francis Hunt.- From Melbourne to Ade- laida: first-class cania-Mr Baird, Mr and Mrs ! Arnsberg, Mrs Solomon, Mr and Mrs Andrews and ¡ two children. Mes rs. Pubn, Sutherland, Milne, ' Pearce, Martin, fclinu, Mnckleroy. Hemson. Jack ¡ sos, Stephens,Gordon, Martin, Pomeroy. Beattie, ! Graham, and Silva ; second-class cabin-Mesera. France, Jotkip, Ellis, Hawthorne, Bell, Scott, Con- liffe. Wilcox. King, Bowley, Town.-end, Cox, Cole Elliott Uanford 3, Pattin, and Jackson.; third class «abm-Mt-asra. Chambers. Colman 2, Wells, Trice. Mallina, Martin Hunford, Cox, Ridley, Sherrif, Alien, Irons, Willott 2, Hogan, Pane, Webster. Bees, Turner Bose, and Strobe ; and 97 foi the Cape and England. /Same d.»y - The barq...

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LITERATURE AND ART. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

LITERATURE AND ART. AN F.soîcrsH LANDSCAPE-There .we] were right in the midst of iii The country ] -and such a country I-green, dripping, ; glistening, and gorgeous! We stood dumb-; stricken by its loveliness, as, from the bleak April and bare boughs we had left at home, broke upon us that English May-sunny, leafy, blooming May-in an English lane ; with hedges, English hedges, hawthorn hedges, all in blossom ; homely old farm- houses,-quaint stables, and haystacks; the old church 6pire over the distant trees j the mild sun beaming through the watery atmosphere, and all BO quiet-the only sounds the bum of bees, and the crisp grass tearing of a silken-skinned, real (unim porfced) Hereford cow over the hedge. We walked on-rapidly-but frequently stop- ping, one side and the other, 1 ke children in a garden ; hedges still, with delicious fragrance, on each side of us, and on, as far as we can soe, true farm-fencing hedges ; nothing trim, stiff, nice, and ama tear-like, but the verdure br...

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POLICE COURT Monday, December 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

POLICE COURT Monday. December l3tA. Benjamin McCracken was fiiied 5a. for being drunk. 1 homos O'Brien, Jame* Flood, and Henry Dawson, three well-kuowu characters to the Police, were charged with feloniously assaulting John Hum- phrey! and stealing from his person a silver watch and il 1 Ss. in money* Mr Parker defended the prisoners. John Humphreys stated, that between ODO and two o'clock on Sunday morning last he was return- ing home when he oal ed at a house near the Royal Oak, in Hindley-6treet» The only person be saw was his mate, and he had dot been there above two or three minutes when four men rushed in (the prisoners being three of them) and he received a blow on the forehead from oue of them which ren- dered him insensible. When he came to himself he lound bis silver watch and guard valued £7: "a., a £1 note and I Ss. ia small orders, taken out of his trowsers pocket. By Ur Parker. The door of the room in which he was utting was open and the three prisoners rushed in from ...

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THE "SYDNEY." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

THE " SYDNEY.*' THC Sydney arrived at Port Adelaide, os fceiK homeward voyage from Sydney, on Tuesday last, and will probably leave again during the afternoon or evening of to- day. She left Port Jackson on the 4th instant; arrived ct Port Phillip on the 7th, sailed ea the I Ith, and reached Port Adelaide on the 14th. She carries about 60,000 ounces of gold from Sydney, and upwards of 45,000 o ance* from Melbourne, bl er freight will be increased here by the addition of nearly 100,000ounces ! The South Australian Banking Compan} ship» about 30,000 ounces, the Bank of Australasia 26,000 ounces, ami the Union Bank 16,000 ounces. The rest is tor private parties. Ca} tain Franklyn entertains a very sanguine expectation of reaching England «boat the middle ot February next. Bj the Sydney we have news from all the Eastern Colonies to the latest dates, but there ia nothing of great importance. -A

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. TBC GOLD A*SAT OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, iras l¡¡77o oes. I tfwts. 6 gr*., which, valued at £3 11s per ot-, amouau to. £6,301 9 6 and, adding th* total value ot previous deposit*, ria. £i,427,{&9 9 8 gives a present total of_£1,434,190 19 % THE DOO ACT.-The Police-office is now daily besciged by persona desirous of .register* ing their dogs.' Sd much so that persons have to wait as much as three boura betöre they can obtain the necessary registry. We understand that the Police do- nos register before ll or after 3 o'clock. We would thereture suggest that the time should be extended to say 5 o'clock, and to commence at 10. The Act does not specify any particular time for registering, and we can only presume that the present arrangement is made expressly for the con- venience of the Police, and not for the benefit of the oublie CoEoNfcKS* INQUEST.-An Inquest was held yesterday al tern ooo, betöre George Stevenson, Esq., Coroner, on the b...

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CONVICTISM. GREAT POPULAR, TRIUMPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

CONVICTISM. GREAT POPULAR, TRIUMPHS. The friends of liberty-the supporters of I law and order, assuming the attitude of self-defence, achieved during the past week, j two of the greatest popular triumphs ever placed on record in tue annals of this, colony. The people, long trodden down by a small but despicable faction, at length aroused themselves to a deep sense of their duty, towards themselves, their children, ^ and their country, and coming forth in the unimpaired majesty of their migirt, tear- lessly asserted their independence. Sorely and grievously oppressed by the gross in- tolerance of League despotism, our Fellow Colonists determined, at last, to relieve themselves fr.»m thia dreadful incubus that had well nigh crushed them and their's to the earth-and "never did the people ap- pear in greater power, and never was that power more efficiently wielded than on the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday last. ;a?he shaft aimed at, and which was ' to pierce, a large portion of our...

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BENCH OP MAGISTRATES. Monday, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1852

-T ' ? BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Monday, December 13. Present-J. H. Fisher. Esq. (Acting Chairman), J. Watts, Esq., and A. Tolmer, Esq. The Chairman intimated that it was the intention of the Bench at the Annual Meeting to be held in March, not to grant publicans' licenses to any par- ties who allowed horses to trespass on the footpath opposite their houses who supplied liquor to the blacks, caused the water to be pumped out of th eir cellars into the streets, or who in any way acted contrary to their recognisance. The fellowing transfers were granted - Stanley Arms, Watervale, from Charles Green dade te t anean Stuart. Clarendon Hotel, Bindley street, from David Francisco to William Hodge. Globe Inn, Gawler Town, from John Auld to William Square. Wellington lan, Wellington, from Riobard Dixon Hawkin-1» Peter McDonald. balker's Arms. Walkerville, from John Munday to Frederick Mitchell. Edinburgh Castle, Currie street, from Andrew Harriott to Charles Forbes. Black Swan, North terrace, fr...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIS A KD JTLOUR MARKST. meat, 6s Floor. £20 Ditto, seconds, £19. rBarlev, English, 5s 3d te 5s 6d per bushel " Cape, 4s ¿o 4s 6d per i>nahel Oats, 12s per bushel. Bran, ls 4d Pollard, is 4d CHAS. J. BABHT, 'Carrie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

SPIRITS to bond) .-..-.«¿t. -^-rv.-T fe.!* : BrindyyllnUed Tía* par ": , í; - -r . v gülon.o IS O Ù 17" o Ditto. do.do.,^er.eaa«. ) o O I IS o Ditto, Martell's, per gal 0 JJ » . * 0; O Ditto, dittof«rjcasa ... I, ;lp O 1¡;1S tf Do. other brands pCTgai.OJO. Or J; O ? <B O Ditto, ditto, per cue l.ßro .;.*8 O Hum (WI I.) per gallon O V * . O jfl « ,. .W£iaky, ditto v.. 1 3: O - ; O -O O Gin (Old l om)cdilto.. 0 . S O O 12 O , Genera, oer case..... ö - O .O-, ; Q .O © WINES - (duty pata; - Port, per p:pe ...... 60 0 O'-: O 0 «» Ditto, perdusea ...... 1 6 O SOO Sherry, per pipe ....... 25 O O 40* O O Ditto, per-dosen...... i; .4 o ;' 1 11 o Cape, per pipe...., aoae. * « Champagne, per ¿oseo 2 0 0 ,,. 3 ,4 *«? Claret, ditto ......... j '5; jW i lo O Marsala, per pipe.. .... e 0 0 ol 0 . Ditto, per doses. 0 0 O ' 0 0 O PORTEO Taylor's per bed ... V Trueman's. f " _ ^ _, BareJay Perkins* > 8 8 0 » 0 O Whiibread'e....J Ditto, per doten. 0 IS O ' W O o Dublin ditto. Der fahd .. ...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 18, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

BOSS'S SHA BB LIST. -S, EXCHABQE COLONNADE, December 18. I8S2. Barrai-£158 cash, sellera. Last sales, Xl67 10s cash. Gold, £3 12s. cash, bavera. Money -10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12s per cent, on other i ecori ties. Applv te J F. ROSS, Broker.

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

1 ASSAY OFFtCBr . "!Thjs Oo^romerii, Assayer is prepared io receive] Gold Puât for assay under an Act ^Sq. 1,. of 1852, oh Tuesdays uiid Fridays, beween the boars of 10 a.ni. and 2 p.m., subject io the following regula- tions j- - . ? V ' . 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed^ br the Go- vernment Assayer, must ba brought to the' Assay Office', in the Government Buildings, King William_ street, between the hours of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m, on Tuesdays and fridays; -, ?2. Ho parcel of Gold less than twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented st the office. Ute Government Assayer, or his assistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing snch 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, tog-ether with the name of the Bank at which tbe said Gold when assayed «nd smelted, is to be delivered to, cr to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mention...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, December 18, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

«HARE LIST. King William-street, | December 18. 1862. ¡ Barru-£159. M one j on Freehold, 10 to 121 per cant. Ditto on Barra scrip, and small losas, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other secnritj 16 to 20 per cent. Geld, £S 11s 9d, cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON; B . ^ D. MELVILLE \ Brokers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

PJLATTS'S BOOK WAREHOUSES. 05i SALE, FAMILY HERALD, VOLS. VIIL & ISL Hou ehold Words, Vol IV. Family Friend Parlour Library, latest voL Railway Library Popular Library Edinbuagh Tales Bohn's Standard Library Bohn's Antiquarian Library Waverley Novels Chambers' «Tournai Penny Magazine Chambers's Information Knight's Cyclopaedia British Cyclopaedia Penny Cyclopedia British History, chronologically arranged by Wade Vaughan's England under the Stuarts Wehster'« and Worcester's English Dic- tionary Craig's Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary Walker's Dictionary Johnson's Dictionary Sheridan's Dictionary Fielding's Works Smollett's Works Swift's Works Bulwer's Works Longfellow's Prose Worts Longfellow's Poems Marrjatt's Pirate and three Cotters, Illus. troted Hogarth's Works Book of Gems Pictures of the French Poor Jack, Illustrated Harry Lorrequer O'Donoghue Arthur O'Leary Williss's Pencillings by the Way Forlogh O'Brien Palestine MeClutchy Con Cregen Harry Mowbray Michael Ar...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

TUE REW TASOTE. Tee Act to Antead the Law« of the Cns*»ma m5ooib j AjQ«¿^ja haTicg received her Ma^eMv*« usenij: the ? following Tariff will o^ ¿a the 26th of | December »ext eusî^njr- 1 ASTiCLEs. B«coa and hams;. . . . ........... Bags and sacks, com.| " Dre, goon j, and returned . .* Bales for wool Beef and pork. Beer, perter, ale, cider, and perry .. Blacking, liquid .......... ...... " pastó. Boots and shoes, via.-Boots, dos pahs -Halfditto ...>. . Shoes .. -..---.... i Childrens*. ! Bread and biscuit. Bottles, glass and stone . j Bricks-Fire and 1 »ib..... *« other kinds. Butter. Candles - Tallow. . Wax, sperm, fte. Canvas...-. Carts and drays . ;.» Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty..... Cement. Cheese ....... Coffee.. Confectionery ......... Copper-sheating and nails ........ Cordage end rope-Europe. Coir and Jute .., Unenumerated ... j Cord, small, and twine Corks. «Joro, meaJ, and flour-Wöe»tjg qr Barley ... 18 Oat« . i S .. Mais« and millet..-. j 0 .. Peas, ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, December \Qth. Present-all the members except Coun- cillors PlattB, Lawson, and Young. Finance.-Receipts for the week, £56 17s 6 i Expenditure, £129 ls. Balance io hand, £102 lOd. The report was accompanied with a sugges- tion that in consequence ol the small balance in hand no repairs to the Slaughter-house could at present be undertaken. Street!, Hoads, and Bridges.-The report recommended that a roadway formed and metalled, 20 feet wide in the centre with gut - ters cut on each side, should be undertaken during the coming year in the following locali- ties: Pulteney street to South terrace. Brown and Morphett streets. North terrace, unformed part of. Flinders street, from Victoria square to Pulteney fctreet.. " - Franklin street, fi om Vfctoria square to Brown street. Wakefield street, from Victoria square to Pulteney street. Grote street, from Victoria square to Brown street. Angas street, from the,supreme Court House to Pulteney street. The unformed ...

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1MPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

1MP0ÜNDINGS. . Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One dark brindle and -white bollock, white belly, like TD off ramp, illegible brands near rump and off i thigh; one dark red bullock, wide spreading ' horns, like JP off* rump, like. Q off ribs-; one bay mare, small star in forehead, sore back, part of the bobbles on, off bind fetlock white, i like I with MP conjoined off shoulder. If not ! claimed, they will be sold January 10,1853, at I noon. " GEORGE BOWKER, J j Poandkeeper. I Impounded at the pu bl io pound, Thebarton -One black horse, near hind foot «hite, scars on the fore legs, no legible brands, switch tau. ; If not claimed, will be sold 10th Jar nary, 1853, at noon. T. R. BEADING, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the publie' pound, Mount Barker-One red bull steg, branded like KT near ribs, like CW near rump, bell round tbe neck; one black and «bite bullock, branded like JC off ribs, ftp near ribs, C near rump ; I one red and «bite, indescribable brand...

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The Morning Chrunicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide; Monday, December 20, 1852. CONVICTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

" This is trae liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide ; Monday, December 20, 1SS2. CONVICTISM. OÜB readers ¿ave, we trust, carefully .perused tbe articles which have appeared in our recent issues under the head of *' Ccn .victism." In-spite of the great length of all of them, and the virulent mendacity of ?some of-their statements, we 4o hope that no one has ¡thrown them down in disgust. If in an outburst <rf natural indignation any reader has so disposed -of them, we venture -to reqoest-hnn io take up the papers «gain, «nd «do violence to his honest feelings .safficiBntbjr long to «nable him to go ibrongh -the entire mass of official special pleading and editorial vituperation. When ¿that is done, we trust he will ¿read the' maidy^honest» máJ^t^Í^\¿^m§&üaa¿^^ and i^i^^Asnppórtca;' w^|^fcll|£rom the lips of Mr George Anstey, at a dinner party recently assembled to do honour to his brother, thc member for Oak...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TJiursday, December 16. I LAXO SALK.- The following portion« of Cro«n| Ilands will be offered for sale bj public auction, at j the Local Oonrt House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the J 2 th of January, 1853, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent t- j Town SECTIONS. j Border Town, near Seott's Wool Shed, on the over- land route from Adelaide to Mount Alexander, I and twelve miles west of the eastern boundary of ! the Province. j Lot. See. Rood«. Price. £ e. 41 41 I S IO 42 42 I 2 IO 43 43 1 * IO 51 51 1 2 IO 53 52 I S 10 53 53 I 2 10 61 61 1 2 10 SS 62 I 2 10 63 63 1 2 10 71 71 I 2 10 72 72 1 2 IO 73 73 1 8 10 COÜMTRT BBCTI0HS. Const; Light, on the River Light, Hundred of Ka ponda. Plan 153. Lot. Seo. Aerea. Pri«*. £ 7505 1 437 437 County Light, on tho River L:ght, Hundred of Julia. Greek. Flan 153. 7506 2993 425 425 Count j Light, Hundred of Julia Creek. Plana 152 and 153. 7507 2995 153 163 7508 2996 254 254 7509 2997 155 155 7510 2998 155 155 7511 2999 292 992 County Stu...

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THE VALUE OF NEWSPAPERS TO MEMBERS OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

THE VALUE OF NEWSPAPERS TO MEM- BERS OF COUNCIL. Time was, when to report the speech of a member of either House of Parliament was a breach of privilege, and the unlucky wight who did it was liable to very name- less consequences. Vanity was not in those days equal to the jealousy of prero- gative and the love of mystery. To give to the world the veritable barangue~of a member, would have been construed into an attack upon the vested rights of legisla- tive secrecy. In order to convey a kind of impression, oat of doors, of debates in Parliament, the ability of a Johnson was called into requisition to devise such speeches as migat be deemed in character, and to attribute to each orator the senti- ments and statements which befitted him. And all this had to be done under the guise of fiction. m These fictitious debates were intended to be a substitute for thc real ones, yet so as that, on the one hand, the writer of them might be shielded by hi., device, and:thàt ou the other, the pub...

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