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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
ADELAIDE ÄETAJL PRICES. »read «d per 2lb loaf Floor Sid per lb DAIBT FBODVQS. Hatter, fresh Is 4d.per lb Cheese'ls3dto ls 6d per lb Milk 4d per quart Eggs ls 6d to 2s per doses Fork 8d to IOQ per lb Ham ls 4d to ls 6ddo Bacon ta to ls Sd do Geese-6s to 12s each Fowls 6s to 7s per pair Pigeons ls 6d to 2s do Docks 6s to 7s 6d do \\ ild ditto, 4s to 5s~6d per brace Teal 2s 6d to Ss do Qoail ls 3d to ts 6d do Turkeys -12s to 20s each TKO ETABLI I. ^Potatoes 3d per lb -Cabbages ld to 3d each Cantifiower6 cone Tarni ps 8d to ls per dozen Carrots 3d per bunch Carlia ls to Is 6d per lb Onions 6d do Shalots 4d do -Pumpkins none Cucumbers 3d to 6d each ^Vegetable marrows 3d to 6d each Watercress ld to Sd per bunch Lettuce Id each -Celery 6d per stick Spring radishes ld per bund.« Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horee-radieh 6d to 2s per stick Parsley ld per bunch Peas ls 6d io 2a per.peek Asparagus none French beans- 8d to ls Broad beans ls 6d to 2s per peck Jerusalem artichokes 6d per lb FRUIT....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practíce Law in the Unit«! States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- ington ; to prosecute Claims and settee Accounts against, and to procure Letters Patent for In- ventions from the Government of the United States ; to collect Bills of Exchange, Debts, Dividends on Stocks, Legacies and Inheritan- ces in any part of the United States and in the adjaeent British Possessions ; to make Invest- ments of Funds in the United Sutes and State Stocks, and on Bond and Hortgage of Heal Estate, and to negocíate the purchase and sale of Foreign Loans and Patent-rights, and Public and Private Lands, in any State of the Union ; and to attend to any Law or Agency business confided to his care. Reliable in- formation given in reply to enquiries oT per- sons desirous of emigrating to the United Sutes. glT Communications in any of the langua- ges of Europe, addressed to W. G. Snethen 5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill, Washington United States, will m...
The Morning Chronicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripldes. Adelaide: Thursday, December 30, 1852. SOCIETIES FOR THE PROMOTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
?\)t 3Haraog (ßlirmtirk *. Thia is trae liberty, «ben free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free.** .-Euripides. Adelaide; Thursday, December SO, 1852. SOCIETIES FOR THE PROMOTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. THAT it '* is not good" for the individual .** soul" to be u without knowledge" was the affirmation of the wisest of men. That the " Btiibilily'* of nations must depend «pos Xí wisdom and knowledge*' is dis- tinctly intimated in that Book which we are taught to regard as the depository of truth. The experience of all past times, as j recorded in history, and of the present age, as marked by the eye of observation, abundantly corroborates the truthfulness of those declarations in respect of both the one and the whole. Without " wisdom and knowledge"-philosophy and science neither the man nor mankind eau secure the highest good or enjoy any permanence of piosperity. -So well established, so widely acknowledged its this fact that it is ' needless to support it by arg...
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, December 29, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
; %B$£S&. SHARE LIST. 3, ExcHutfls COLO jits ABE, - s December 29. 1852. Borras-Sales at «SL Last sales at £i§0, casb. Gold, JES 12s 3d. bnrers. Money - 1 o j »er cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 124 per cent, on other securities. Apply to Jj F. ROSS, Broker.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
1MP0UNDINGS. Impounded at the publie pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham--One red and white cow, white belly, like -. off rump ; one JW bây filly, long fail, black points. smaH star in forehead, no visible brand. If not claimed, to be sold January 17. i . GEOHGE BOWKER, j Poandkasper. Impounded at th? public pound, Section 7557, Gawler River, Munno Para-One big red bullock, white on brisket, cock horns, 92 near ^ribs, hke TN blotched near rump ; one red end white cow, short, like B48 off ribs, MT off neck, red heifer calf by her side ; one red bullock, smoky face, REID near ribs, like G R off Tump"; one .'¿red bull, white back and belly, speckled flank's, indescribable brand near rump and ribs ; one black bullock, bald face near horn down, like gL off ribs jone red and white spotted cow, like I off ribs,, like AC off W rump, like S JU and illegible brand near rump, IO near ribs, a red and white heifer, calf by her aide; one yellow bullock, rtag horns, white on back, belly, fla...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORÁIS ixe run -MÍ.a»?. Wheat, 6s «d Floor, £19 .Ditto, seconds, £16 10s. Barley, English, Ss 3d te 5s ßd per haskel " Gape, 4s to 4s 6d per bathel Oats, 12s per bushel. Bran, ls 4d Pollard, Ls Ad CHAS. if. B*-BKT. -Currie street, next tv G. H. Fox and Go.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December ï3. Li SD SALE.-The following portions of Crown I lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Coart House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 27th of January, 1853, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent. : - TOWS SECTIONS. County Hindmarsh, Township of Fort Elliot. Lot. See. Roods. Price. £ s. 37 37 1 80 0 38 S8 1 20 0 39 39 1 20 0 4U 40 1 20 0 41 41 1 20 0 42 42 1 20 0 43 43 1 20 0 BUBUKBAK SECTIONS. ^County Adelaide, on North Fara River, south- east of and suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para. Lot. Sec. Acres. Price. 7530 334« 69 69 7531 3347 78 78 Count» Adelaide, on North Para River, north-east of ¿nd suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of j Barossa. 7532 1709 37 37 County Adelaide, on North Para River, north-east I of and suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of | Nuriootpa. 7633 571 5V 58 COUHTBT SECTIONS. County Adelaide, north-east of Gawler Town, and east of " Shea Oak Log." Hundred of Nuriootpa. 7534 589 79 79 7535 707 80 80...
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, December 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, December 2.1th. Present-J. Chambeilaîn, Esq., in the chair, and C. J. Hewitt, E«q. Wellington Ferry.-The Secretary read a letter from Mr Carter, the ferryman, enclosing returns, in accordance with a resolution of the Board, of the Traffic for the months ot October and November, viz. :-Oe ober, 771 passengers, 216 carriages, 1893 great cattle, 1794 tons of goods. November, 5*29 passengers, 145 car- riages, 884 great cattle, 1228 tons of goods. Mr Carter stated that the work during that reriod had been very laborious; and his allowance having been insufficient to enable him to retain the assistance of a white man, he had sustained bodily injury (rom over-exertion, and feared he should not be able to continue the work much longer. The Chairman remarked that the accounts would show a positive loss of about £80. The tolls were fixed by Act of Council at a very low rate, ami the Board had no power to in- crease the charges. He believed the expences connected wi...
THE ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
THE ADELAIDE RACES. On Tuesday last these Races commenced in s'jict conformity with the roles and regulations of the Sooth Australian Jockey Club. The Stewards were, IC C. Gwynne. Esq., Wm. Paxton, Esq., and Capt. Bagot ; thc Judge, C. J. F. Campbell, Esq. ; the Starter, Wm. Robinson. Esq. ; Secretary, James Philcox, Esq., and the Clerk of the Course, Mr James Chambers. The attendance was not so numerous as on former oeca ions. Through the exertions of Inspector Reid and a strong body of the Foot Police, the greatest order was maintained throughout the day. There were the usual number of booths which were all well attended, as was also the Grand Stand, and but for a few slight showers which oc- curred in the aflerpart of the day, there appeared to be nothing wanting to make all assembled perfectly satisfied with the day's amusement. I FIRST DAY-TCKSDAT, TEC 28. Firtt Race. Maiden Stakes-For hones dropped ia the colony, who have never won public money. Two gniueas entrance, with 35 S...
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. I Tue GOXD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 424 oz*. 1 dwts. 0 gre., which, valued at £3 Us per oz., amounts to ....... . £1,505 3 7 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz. £1,448,368 16 4 gives a present total of.... £1,449,873 19 ll INCUMBENT OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.-The I Rev. John Charles Bagshaw, late of Penwor j tbam, has accepted the incumbency of this j Church in the room of the Kev. T. P. Wilson, j Mr Bagshaw will eater upon bis duties .after the first week m January next. Co EON EEs' INQUEST.-On Monday after-, noon an Inquest was held at the Glenelg Hotel Glenelg, before George Stevenson Esq" Coro- ner, on the body of John Newsome, who was drowned on the previous afternoon. From the evidence it appears that deceased whilst bathing was suddenly seized with an apoplectic fit, and was observed to turn Over ficé down- wards. Assistance was immediately procured and the usual restoratives used," but Ufe was found to be extin...
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
, A^ßAY OFFICE. Xhe. Government^ Assayer wj»»par*d£o receive Gola ,.il^%1âS»V tù^saK.A*3fo- 1, of-j[8|>2í on "Tñesdajrts"sina^Frídays,?béweea tie bout», of IO a-miand ^ pñnl, subject to tile foliowinjg rcgóla tions:- .'? *; " 1. All uncoined; Gold to be assayed by the Go v*nunçnt Assayer, 'must be'bröugnt to Ö>0 Aasay Office, in the GovernmentTSuildiñgs, King Williav. street. between tl>e boors of10 a.m., and 3 pjn, on Tuesdays and Fridays. »2.- No parcel of Gold less than twenty ounces in. weight wufbereceivotU 3. Upon a parcelof 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 date «Mts receiyt, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed »nd smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the a...
THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
THE NEW TABIFJ?. The Act to AffieadtheijawBoftheCustomsmSoath Australia bftvicg received her Majesty's assent, the HGnlowiwgasTiff came in force oh the 26th ot December, 1852. ARTICLES. Bacon and hams ................ Bagsaudsacks,corn ............ " Ore, gunny, and returned .... Bales for wool. Beef and pork. Beer, perter. aie,--etder, and perry .. Blacking, liaaid. '« ¡éste. .Boots and shoes, vis.-Boots, dos pairs Half ditto. Shoes. Childrens*. Bread and biscuit.. Bottles, glass and stone . Bricks-Fire and l ath. " other kinds. Butter. Candies-Tallow. " Wai, sperm, &&lt;t. Canvas..-. Carrs and drays. Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty. Cement. Cheese. Ooffee.. Confectionery ......... Copper-shea ting and nails ........ Cordage and rope-Europe. Manila. Coir and Jute. Unenumerated. Cord, small, and twine. Corks. Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat. Borlej ... -Oats ..-«« Mais«andmillet ........-.«. Peas, beans, pulse. Malt . Floor, Heal, 100 lbs. Bran, pollard, d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
H A Kí V. PEACHEY AND >Í$OTHBBJ TO TIE SOLÍ» in LOT?, pursuant to a t!e«ree of (ba Supreme Cburtsof the 3?ro vnce rff^i-uth-AuBirolia, made in the above mertlioned cause, -with the approbation of IrttirY J i« tiing, Esq., the Master of lite said Court, al the Auction Mart, King Wiiitam street, Adelaid., by Mr Frederic Wicksteed, -Government Auctioneer, the person appointed 1*y the Master for that purpose os the 20th rlav of January, 1853, at 12 o'clock at noon, all those Sect iou« of. I^and bein« in the Pine Forest &lt; r Mount Pleasant, n-ar Adelaide aforesaid, being.numbered 322, 32-1, and 334. in the Pro- vincial Srirvey marked rath «the letter B. And «Iso all that Section-of Land situate and being atthe Reed Beds, near Adelaide aforesaid, and being No. 432 in tbe said Provincial Surrey .marked with the-letter B. And also all those Sections of Land situate and being at Olen Osmond, near Adelaide aforesaid, and being Nos.^10, 1062, 1278, and 1284, on which Sections are-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Third of this Line, the Splendid Iron Steam-Ship MELBOURNE, Al, 1800 tons, 300 horse power, James Arthur Cox, Commander, k daily expected from England, parties desirons of securing passages hy f this vessel to London on her return from V Melbourne and Sydney, are requested to make immediate application to the "undersigned. A. L. ELDER & CO., Agents. Dec 22, 1852. WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. 1HE fine Al ship EPAMINQNDA8, ^f^5p^ 1*171 tons per register, H. .^aaS-Tga^/ Kerr, Commander, has been laid on the berth for London, and harms the greater part of ber sarge ea gaged, witt meet with qmick despatch. For terms of freight, apply to A. L. ELDER & CO. October 16,1852. FOR LONDON. Tb Sail m the beginning of February. 1ETE splendid teak, built ship GEELONG, Al for 18 yean, 397 tons per register, W. Howlett, comman- der, being a chartered ship" is under engagement to sail in February, and haring superior cabin accommodations, w...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
SHIPPING ÏNTELLIGKNCE. ABCtTK*. Dee. 25-The barque Orphev*, 356 tons. Peters, from Selbourne, 17tb inst, with 152 passengers. JQea 27c-Tbe schooner Emu, from Guichen Bay. /Dec 28\-The brig Phantom, 158 tona, T. JL Rolls, from Melbourne the 19th instant, in ballast. Passengers-& Small, Mrs Cooper, T. Morris, G. W. Porter,-J. Lang, ti Wildman,ia the cabin ; and 56 in the steerage. «'KABED OUT. Dec "29.-1 be Adelaide, 492 tons, A.IL N. ïre meanie, for London. Passengers-Mrs Crawford, 2 sons, 2 daughters, ead female serrant, Mrs Matheson and 2 sons, Ser. T. Wilson, Mts WQsea and infant son^ Mr and lin Mackie, Mr Skinner, Mr Hunt, Mr E. Driffield, Mr T. Coma (surgeon), in tbe cabla; 1XP0BT8. Cargo per Adrteíde-450 haleswoof, A. Thomp- son ; 129 do, W. Peacock and Son-; 57 do, J. Taylor; IO do, Ingold; 6 -de. J. B. Harris; « do. J Stilling and Co.; 2 do, J. Johnson ; 342 do, J. Gilbert ; 274 do, G. F. Angas ; 15 do, E. Behests ; j 36 do, M. Roberts; SA do, R F. McGeorge ; fl do,1 ...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
ODDS AND ENDS. CHILDREN .-Call not thatman wrathed ?who, whatever else he suffers aB torana In- flicted, pleasure denied, has a child for whom he hopes, and on whom he dotes. Poverty may grind bim -to the dust, _qb - scurity may east its darkest mantle over "him, the song of the gay may be far from 'his own dwelling^ bis facernay be unknown to his neighbours, and bis voice maybel unheeded by those among whom he dwells - even pain may Tack his joints^ and sleep , flee from bis pillow ; but l»%as a gem with which be would not part 'for wealth defying computation, for fame filling a world's ear, for the luxury of the highest ' health, or for the sweetest sleep that ever ' sat upon a mortal's eye.-Coleridge. I ibe~Doge of Venice weat to a mas * querade, after telling his wife be was going to spend the evening with a sick friend, ? what sort of a Dodge would you call it? " A Venetian Blind." Why does a- coat-get larger -when taken - out of a - carpet-bag ?-" Because when taken out, you f...
POLICE COURT. Monday, December 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
POLICE COURT. Monday. December 27th* James McCroskey, Richard La Croix, Jo Jen Hau, Marshall Broten, Edtcard Carslick, and Perry Machan, vere fined 5s each upon information laid bj thc Inspector of Nuisances for riding and driving on tho footpaths in varions parts of the town. Hearne Clisby, laudlord of the City Arms, was charged with allowing water from his cellar to be pumped across the footpath into King William street Mr Reading stated he saw the defendant throwing water from his cellar aeioss tiie footpath. Mr Clisby-What au infernal liar. His Worship-I shall fiue rou 5B for that, Mr Clisby. ftir Clisby apologised for using such an ex- pression which was made by him in the initation of the moment, but again addressing Mr Reading said, '* Why I must have been a common fool to have done such a thing. Do you think I am as bad as you when you threw the cat at me, for which 1 mean to esmmoti you.'* His Worship subsequently r&lt; nutted the fine. The case was adjourned for a ...
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, December 30. Mails will be dispatched as under— For Great Britain, by the Maid of Auckland, to London, this day at 11. For Victoria, by the Timbo, this day at 11. For Western Australia, by the Jane, to Swan River &nbsp; this day, at 11. &nbsp; &nbsp;