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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. WHAT HAVE WE GAINED BY STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND? [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. WHAT nU'K WE GAINED BY STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND? j Ia our observations on the State of New South" Walesa written on the eve of~ the Formosa's departure heuce with the mail for -England, we complained of the un- satisfactory results of our experience, up to that date, ofthe benefits of steam communi- cation with the mother country. Since then we have acquired a little more ex- périence, but with results more unfavour- able ; and as, from an error in figures, our former article stated the case in terms less unfavourable than the facts lequired, we beg to re-state it here, with the additional cause of disappointment that has arisen subsequently. Some of our readers at home may not be aware that ber Majesty's Government have entered into contracts, for the conveyance of mails between England and Australia, with two distinct Companies, namely, the Australian Royal Mail Steam Navigation Company, whose ships take the route ont and home via the Cape of Good Hope;...

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A RABBLE CATECHISM FOR THE BABBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

A BABBLE CATECHISM FOR THE BABBLE. Q "What are you ? A. One o' the rabble. Q.. What makes yon of the rabble ? A. Nothia' makes me; got nothia' ; that's why Dothin' does it. Q. What is your place ia the world ? A. Got no place by rights : only what the gentlefolks is-so kind-beaven bless 'em !-is so kind to grant me. Q. What are your duties in life t A. My duties is -to pay duties on 'bacca, ! and on whatsomever there may be pat upon -tea and beer and so forth-and ax no questions. Q. Have you any voice at elections ? A. Tes; when I hollars. Q. But you have no vote ? A. In course not. 'Causa I'm one o' the rubble. Q. And «s one of the rabble-what are you to expect from the gentlemen who pro- pose themselves-Tor the benefit ot the country-to be Members of Parliament ? A. I am -to expect, and not a bit to mind it, to be despised from the bottom of their hearts. Q. Were yon created for that? A. I was. Aa badgera were made ta be baited, foxes to be hunted, and hedgehogs to he beaten to bi...

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LITERATURE AND ART. A RABBLE CATECHISM FOR M P.'S. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

LITKfiATÜiiK AND AitT. A RABBLE CATECHISM JTPR.ltE/S. ; Itespectftslly Dedicated to IS. A JOB BERESFORD, 1 U.V. for North Essex: Ex:Tory Whtppor-j in, Sccrrtargr&t- ;. toith. every possible etcetera. ' 1 Q What is rabble? ! A. Babble is à congregation of créatures that hiss and hoot. Q. Biped or quadruped ? A. I believe biped. Q. Of what are they ordinarily com- posed? A. Had, tempered with ditch-water. Sometimes they are made of road-scrapÎDgs; Fcmefcimes they are found of pure clay. Q. Are you aware that all men .are said to be made of dust ? A. There is,-1 believe, a popular error to that effect ; but the fallacy does not obtain in good society. Q. Are you aware that ADAH signifies, in the original tongue, red earth ? A. Possibly. ll may,-and it mayn't. Don't know. Q. What is your duty towards the rabble? A. My doty towards the rabble is, from the very bottom of roy heart (wherever that may be) to loathe, detest, hate, and abhor them. Q As everything has its place in the ...

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LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. Thursday, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. Thursday, December 16. FULL JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL,). Before H. R. Wigley, Esq., J. ll. Fisher, Esq... and W. Giles, Esq. Henry Auguuivs Hardy,and Henry Smith, char- ged with stealing a cask of «ine fioiugs the property of Philip Levi, on the night of the fire, «ere sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labor. _ -a_

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POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 16. Joseph Sampson and Joseph Lock, vere fined £2 each for forions riding on the previous day-. ' I Henri/ Cooper wa* charged w ¡th attempting to [ assaolt Inspector Reid in the execution of hU Sergeant Davis said that on the previous night between 11 and 12 .o'clock.. be proceeded to the Temple Tavern with Inspector Reid, where there ; was a great disturbance. The Inspector remonstra- ted with several of the parties, and also with the landlord Mr R. Radford, who appeared to be mad with drink, when the priso er, wu i was standing close bj with a heavy-headed riding whip in his hatd, endeavoured to strike the Inspector, but was deterred by witness. His Worship cautioned the prisoner, and fined him ¿2. Frederick Rurkham, a servant in the employ of the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, was charged on sus- picion of stealing £20, the property of George Filby, in the employ of the Dean. The prosecutor stated that a few days ago the SriBoner came with his master in...

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

TEEMS: ' £1 io* per annum, parable J ia advanoe ; £3 credit. Gath Uta« for Adi-ertiaement»:--For o be inch and under Ss, and leior each additions inch, each ioaertkm. j , " Printed and published br Andrew Uvmj, mt the Morning CkrnOtU Printie* <Mfeé, RkuB*~ - -street, Adelaide, Semtk Auatwlia. *'

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD AE&AX OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Ëridey, «aa 1,945 on. 19 dvrts. 8 gr*., v which, rallied at £3 I le per . oz., amounts te. £6,908 5 1 and, adding th« total value of previous deposits, vix. £1,434,190 19 2 gives a present total of_£1,441,099 4 3 THE STBAMEBS.-The P. and O. S. N Company's steamer Shanghai, «rill coma on from Singapore in. lieu of the Fbrmosa. The captain and officers of the latter vessel will be transferred to the Shanghai, which vessel it is confidently expected will be ready for sea immediately after the arrival of the Formosa at Singapore*-Sydney Herald. ?GOVBBNMEXI LA.HO SALK.-The following are the particulars of the sale on Thursday la»t^ smrxt fixcazoM. Gonuty of Hindmarsh-Township of Port Elliot. Sect. Reods. Purchasers. Amounts. 17 1 Chai les-Darias. SO 5 28 I Ditto. 28 IO 89 * Ditto *.. 26 10 Su 1 Lavington Glyd* .... ? 20 5 «TBDKBÂH SECTIONS. County of Adelaide-Read beds, su barban to Port Adelaide, Hundred of ...

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

.. . -A Rtgvlaf ¡Ffjider. J -A. . TflHE fine clipper schooner. X ROYALIST, /3^£kf£^ 150 t°DS* Captain Huris, «ill jBBaaV» «il for tjje «Weförl onïttes-r: :"^y nèxt,Thèin at instant. ' For freiptot WT passage, having superior ac cpniuiodatioBtApj^r-to the Capteio»on boards : " . J. F. DWF, Port; orto F.J. BECK & CO., Hindley-street. December 18, 185«. POR THE MAURITIUS. *WouchÍHg at King George-* Sound and SkOan JRiver-, THE .first class cGpper-built, barque « oarque FANNY FISHER, SOO ions burthen, C. Harrold, commander, hourly expected from Sydney, will pofiitirel y sail for the above ports within ten days after her arrival at .Adelaide. vj The sailing qualities of this favourite barque are to well known-to require comment; her last voyage from the Mauritius to Sydney 'having been performed in 36 days. For freight or passage, having -superior accommodations, apply to [1JÍE- Undersigned being «bout to leave the -qn the 29th instant, all persons having claims -^on him or on th...

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

THE GREAT BRITAIN steamer tnïi «ail from . Syd- \ ney on 17th ©eeember, - ind j from Melbourne* for liverpool ] direct, on 1st January, 1853. PajsaRM may he en^ged on 'application to the undersigned,; but asithas1>een determined «bat she shall not call at Port Adelaide this TO; age, intending passengers most proceed to Melbourne to {oin her. ? W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. & CO. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON*. THE fine Al «nip EPAMINONJiAS, 1,171 tons per register, H. Kerr, Commander, lias Been laid on the berth for London, and haring the greater part of Jber «argo en ¿aged, vii} meet arith qaick^despatch. - For terms of <iw¿b£ apply tir* ^Sajp. ÈLDER & <X>. October 16,1852.. ^ FIRSTW0OL SHIP FOIt LONDON. THE annual packet'ship ADELAÏDE, Al, for 12 year«, 492 ton« re- gister, A. E. N. T re m earn e, commander. Intending shippen by this tesse! are re» quested to observe that the lest shipping day is fixed for Wednesday, 22nd proximo, prior to which date all...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED     None   CLEARED OUT     «/ December W-The schooner Atman, 156 tons, BertfeeaB/for MeliHHu-he. Passenger«-lira Wil- liams, Messrs. Martin and JjBxman, in itha^cabini. and Messrs Ziegler, "Gaultier and two sons, Whití» Macleroy, Brown, McLean, Shaw, Wallace, Thierry Medeas, Barley, Exford, Smith, Carr, Dowmai), St*w, ftajne, «nd Jones, in the steerage. . ,/Same day-The orig Louisa, -180 .tons, Heslop* for Melbourne. ; Passengers-Mr and 'Mrs Booro« «x children and 6enrant, Mrs Zimber, Mrs Plaiste% Mr and Mrs Hyde, and Capt. McMeckan," in the -cabin. December 17—The A. R. M. S N. Company's   steam-ship Sydney, Franklyn. In addition to the passengers from the ports of Sydney and Melbourne, previously reported, the original passengers from London and from this port are as follows:—From London and Sydney, first cabin: Charles Walton, Esq. and Mrs Walton, and Emile Dubois, Esq. Fro...

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THINGS AND PERSONS THAT SHOULD EMIGRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

THINGS AN-D PERSONS THAT 8H0TJLD EMIGRATE. Of the social class, the following might take the hint which we now generously give them, to leave the country as soon as their affairs will permit them. Their emi- gration, we are confident, would be attended with tho greatest .benefit to everybody. All Sheriffs Officers. All Income-tax Gatherers. All Punsters and Conundrum-makers. All "Wallflowers" at evening parties. All Widows, as being a dangerous class of the community. AU Linendrapers, who are always coming ont with " An Alarming Failure/' or luring customers into their shops to be the victims of «« A Large Sacrifice." All Quack Doctors and Advertising Pro- fessors, no matter whether in the hair-, cutting, or corn-cutting, , or saltatory, cr j tonsorial, or mesmeric, or electro«biological, i . or any other empirical fine. . Alí persons, who propose Toasts, and , Sentients, ^ and .J^aSths, at convivial parties. ; r* ?'. v ' ;K*-¿*', Ali Persons ¡i»ho give imitation* of Ac-; - tors. .....

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

VAN DIE-MEN'S LAND. We have papers from Van DLemen's Land to ' the 8th instant inclusive. The Hobart Town Courter of the 4th inst,, records the death of the Rev. W. Bedford, D.D., Senior Chaplain of the colony, and Incumbent of Su David's Church in that city. The melancholy event, which has been apprehended for some time, took place on Friday morning at the Parsonage. MORTALITY/. -The prevalence of sickness (principally from influenza) exceeds anything of the kind in the -recollection of the oldest in- habitant, and vre believe the number ot deaths within the Wt two or three weeks in the dis- trict of Hobart Town has more than doubled that of the corresponding period of 1851. In- fluenza seems to be general throughout tue colony-scarcely a family or an individual having escaped ; the mode and virulence of the attack being, however, modified by circum- stance« ; and the varying symptoms being such as in some instances to puzzle the faculty. An almost immediate dissolution of the Legi...

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Friday, December 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1852

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Friday, December 17ih. Present-J. H. Fisher, Esq. (Acting Chairman) John Watts, and Alexander Tolmer, Esqre. NEW GXXEBAI. : LICENCES. William Rosenberg, Hamburg Hotel, Rundle street. Granted. Adolphus Valentine Wyatt. Pier Hotel, North Arra. Granted. Albert Crump, Travellers H est, Clare. Granted TRANSFERS. Hand and Hart, St. Mary's, Sturt. Sooth road, from William Wallace .willie to Berry Brad brook. Granted. Black Horse, Leigh street, from William John- i stone to Edward Martin. Granted. Maid and Magpie, Norwood, from Henry Moller to Frederick Beddies. Granted. AUCTIONEER. ! George Green, King William street. Granted. j Jaar LIST. i The following persons qualified as Special j Jurors- . George Peter Harris, ironmonger, Hindley street. Samuel Raphael, draper, Hindley street. George Vickery, farmer, Meadows. Adjourned to Monday (this dar ), at 12 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

TERMS; £l IÇé per annnm, payable io advance; £2 ondit. Cash terms for Adratísements:-For one inch and under 3s, and ls fi» each addition* iDcb.eaeh insertioB. Printed and published by Andrew Kurray, at tba Morning CkrmfáeU Printing Office, Rtmdle itreeti'Asalude, Sooth Australis,

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

ADELAIPÉ F£IC£ CgSBEKT mpoBTsV SPÎBITS (te bond) £ * d C s Brandy, United Tin. per gbllon . 0 IS 0 O 17 0 Ditto, do. do., per. case 10 0 1 12 0 Ditto, Marten's, per gaL 0 12 0 OOO Ditto, ditto per case ., 1 10 . 0 1 12 0 Do. other iMÛds per gal. O IO O OOO Ditto, ditto, per ease ..ISO » 8 0 Bom (W. L) per gallon 0 4 6 OOH Whisky,ditto ... ... ISO OOO Gio (Old lom) ditto.. 0 8 0 O 12 O Geneva, »er cast. OOO OOO WINES- (tfuty puff; - Fort, per pipe. 60 O 0 O 0 0 Ditto, per dozen. ISO 200 Sherry, per pipe. 55 0 0 40 O O Ditto, per dosen. 1 4 O I 12 O Cape, per pips. none. Champagne, per dosen 2 0 0 8 0 0 Claret, ditto. 1 5 O I 10 O Marsala, per pipe. O O O' OOO Ditto. Ber dozen. O O O 0 0 0 POETEIS Taylor's par hhd. TT*"***- * 8 8 0 IO 0 0 :-} Barclay Perkins* Whitbread'*. Ditto, per dozen. 0 12 0 OOo Dublin ditto, Der hhd .. 4 15 0 OOO ALE-London óranos, per hhd.. 8 0 0 IO O 0 Bass's Burton, No. 3 ... 8 0 0 880 Bottled, per doa, :. Ó 15 O OOo Ditto, pardoe. Dunbar'» 0 12 O OOO SUGAEr-...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. Rread 6d per 21 b loaf Floor 3}d per lb DAIRY rEODOOI. Butter, fresh ls 4d per lb Cheese ls 3d to ls 6d per lb Milk 4d per qaart Eggs ls 6d to 2s per dosen Pork 8d to 10a per lb Ham ls 6d to 2s do Bacon I s to ls 2d do Geese 6s to 12s each Fowls 6s to 7s per pair Pigeons ls 6d to Ss do Ducks 6s to 7s 6d do Wild ditto, 4s to Ss 6d per bram Teal 2s 6d to 3s do Quail ls 3d to ls 6d do Turkeys 12a to 20s each TBOETABLXS. Potatoes 3d per lb Cabbages ld to Sd each Cauliflowers none Turnips 8d to ls per dozen Carrons Sd per bunch Garlic ls to ls 6d per lb Onions Sd to ls do Shalots 4d do Pumpkins none Cuenmbere ad to 6d each Vegetable marrows sd to fid each Watercress ld to 2d per bunch Lettuce ld each Celery 6d per stick Soring radishes noaa Chillies *d to 6d per dosen Horse-radish 3d to 4d per stick Parsley ld per bunch Peas ls 6d tb Ss per peck Asparagus none French baan6 8d to ls Broad beans ls 6d to 2s per peek Jerusalem artichokes od per lb FRUIT. Apples 2s ed...

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. Tte Government Assayer is prepared to receive Gold Dost for assay under an Act Ko. 1, of 1852, on Tees days and Fridays, beween the hours of 10 a.ni. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : - 1. AU uncoined Gold to be assayed - by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King Williaw streel. between the boors of 10 a. m., and 2 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. .2. Ko parcel of Gold less than twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the 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 the assay book the weight of the Gold, the dat« of its receiyt, 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, er to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

j ¿KT1CLES SüBJECT 90 AS ÁD VALOREM DCTT OT ' ' _ IO PEE CENT. ! Carriages : clucks and watches ; drags anennme ; rated \ I arni tare ; flint glass, cut, cast, mirrors, and manufactures ; groceries and oilmen's stores not enumerated ; jewellery, plate and plated goods ; paper manufactures, not enumerated ; perfumery ; pipes, not of common clay ; spices, not enumerated ; stationary, unenumerated ; unenumerated articles manufactured. ARTICLES SüBJBCF TO AK AD TALOEEM DTJTT OF 5 FEB CENT. Apparel and slops ; cutlery and hardware ; dra- pery, haberdashery, hosiery, millinery ; manufactu- res of silk linen, cotton, wool, and hair ; earthen- ware and china; grindery ; 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 wood; unenumerated articles, raw. SCBJECT TO A DtTTT OF 6 FKK CBffT. Cepper, manufactures of. FREE LI ET. Anim...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 24, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

BOSS'S SHA BE LIST. S, BXCHAKGK COXORNASX, December 24-. 1852. Burras-Last sales at £IS5, and continue sellers. Geld,£3 12s 3d. bo WK Money - 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12¿ per cent, on ether securities. Applr to J F. ROSS, Broker.

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THE NEW TAEIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 December 1852

THE NEW TAEIFF. The Act to Amend the Lars of the Customs ¡a South Australia bavicg received her Majeily's assent, the following Tariff will come is farce ou the 26tb of .December next ensuing ARTICLES. Bncon and hams. Bags and sacks,corn. " Ore, gunn j, and returned .... Bales for woo!. ........ .. Beef and pork. Beer, paru-r. ale, cider, and perry .. Blacking, liquid. '* paste............. Boots and shoes, vis.- Boots, doz pairs Half ditto. ftboes., Childrens*. Bread and biscuit.... Bottles, glass and stone . Bricks-Fire and 1 a;h. '* other kinds. Butter . Candles-Tallow. " Wax, sperm, fte. Canvas. Carts and drays .- .. Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty. Cement.. .. Cheese.-. Coffee. Confectionery ........ . Copper-sheatingand nails ........ Cordage and rope-Europe. Manila. Coir and Jute. . Unenumerated . Cord, small, and twine. 50 Corks. . 0 2 gras. Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat ...... jg qt Barley . 1 a Oats. .... i3 Maise and millet.. io Peas, beans, pulse. I g Malt ....

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