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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE OF VIC- TORIA. One of our correspondents enquires— " Why do not our settlers originate a sub- scription to bring up to Sydney the thou- sands of labourers that are starving in Mel- bourne?" He complains also bitterly of the obstructions thrown in the way ot the sale of land to successful diggers and others desirous to resort to cultivation; I and he alludes to particular facts within ; his knowledge. There is every reason to fear his representations are but fop correct, j There will be a sad deficit in Victoria of j cereal production this year, with double the number of mouths lo consame it. The people have, to a considerable extent, be- come insane in their preference of gold- to bread; and the Government, whether through imbecility, or in the design of chastening them for their folly, has omitted every precaution against its effects. There is no ground to suspect this ma- licious intention, however, for the amply sufficient reason, that th...

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SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY, DEC 29. First Race. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852

SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY, DEC 29.   First Race. Forlorn Mope Unp-Ut" 30 sovereigns. Three   quarter mile heat. Weights, same as Maiden stakes. Mr John James's Mocking Bird Mr Lnscombe's ch c Grasshopper This race was easily won by Grasshopper. Second Race. Merry Monarch Cap -Three quarter mile heat. Weights, same as Maiden Stakes. Mr Gwynne's b o Johnny Mr Baker's b f Gipsey Mr Gwynne's johnny having been drawn, Gipsey cantered round the course, and claimed the Stakes. Third Race. Digger's Purse-Three Guineas entrance, £33 added. The winner to pay three guineas to the fund. Three mile race. Town Plate weights. Mr P. B. Coglin's b h Swordsman, aged (Harvey) Mr Baker's b g Jupiter, 5 years (Sam) Mi a* Malcolm's oh g Reindeer, aged, (drawn) fa consequence of Reindeer having sustained injury by an accident which occurred on the previous day, was drawn. ' The rece was well run ; pn the horses passing the winning-post the first time round the Course, they were nearl...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. - Brandy,üiúttd Vin, pèf f :,. . :? ; ; 'IKstovdlttíis»pèr-Â*».. O Gin (Old tom) ditto.,, ft 8 O * }2 . O ' Gene^wjéaff * 0 0 O .......,*>' .0; O Port, per pipe ...w «O ..- « O »k . Ditto, per dons...... 1 6 O S O © fäeriy, per pipe ......r 25 0 0 49 fl O Ditto, per doxen...... 1 4 « 1 » Q 0«pe. per'pipe. none, CbVmpagse, per doMB 2 0 4 : -:S O O Claret,sdítto.¿ I 5 0 -i . I 10a O Haraala, per pipe. OOO OOO Ditto: ver dozes ...... » 0 0 ,0 8 0 PORTEE Taylor's per fend. Trajan's \. 8 8 O 10 O O Barclay Perkins" * Whitbread'*...... , Ditto, per doun. O 12« 600 Dublin ditto, t>er fahd .. 4 15 O « O O ALE-London brana*, per hhd. . 8 0 0 10 O O Bass's Barton, No. S .. 8 0 0 8 « O Bottled, per dca........ »IS . 0 0 6 Ditto, per doc. Dunbar*! «12 « OOO si .ai1» s s,; j *«.*a*dT«rjJU».... *> 0 JJ g »J J HaoBccnra_ TE^4**SSS «^.j¿", I" I ll'. " . . . . - par box.., Caper. <lO-«Utj) r box tertmpowder, (lo^.) da Ditto, par balf^hest .. Hysonakit;, ía...

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LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART. THE VINE AND ITS PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1852

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART. THE VINE AND ITS PRODUCTS. The culture of the Vine, although it has not yet attracted 83 much attention throughout the colony as could be wished, j has nevertheless oecome pretty general. Many enterprising men among the early settlers were convinced that Australia was peculiarly suited, in soil and climate, to be- come a great wine-producing country. But these who first turned their attention to this branch of industry laboured under great disadvantages. lt was found not only difficult, but almost impossible, to get out genuine collections of vines. The Kuropeau vignerons palmed oif cuttings of the most worthless kinds as the produc- tions of the finest sorts. The fraud was one which could not be detected for a con- siderable period, and the cuttings were to be. planted a long way off. The temptation to palm off mere rubbish was consequently very strong. But, perhaps, the greatest mischief which was done in this way pro- ceeded, not from the fraud or ca...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

1MP0UND1NGS. Impounded at the public pound, Montague Village, Dry Creek-One red and white heifer, hoop horns, D near ribs ; one red and white cow, hoop horns, MK conjoined near rump one dark strawberry heifer, cock horns, A near shoulder ; one brindle and white bullock, cock horns, PG off rump, PG- off ribs, JG near horn, T near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold O O 24th January, 1853, at noon. W. REASON, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the publie pound, Salisbury One bay mare, black points, branded like _ JH near shoulder; one bay mare with mark on forehead, with hind hoofs, collar and saddle marked, branded like DB near shoulder t one grey horse ticked, branded ^ off shoulder, A like C near shoulder. If not claimed, will be ' sold Jannuarv 24. 1853. at noen. \ S. CHARD, [ JPousdkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One blue and white spotted bullock, white belly, like GB near ribs, like B top of off fore rios ; one red and white spotted bullock, t\p ...

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EDITORLAL OPINIONS. THE PEOPLE AND THEIR RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

KDITORLAL OPINIONS. THE PEOPLE AND THEIR RULERS. When Jeremy Bentham was dying, and was told hy his devoted physician that there was no hope of life, the philosopher replied, " Then minimise pain." If this land was sinking into slavery beyond all hope oí freedom, we should invoke a kindred spirit of philosophy to our support, and desire to minimise our degradation. But Australia is in the morning of her ex i tence ; her sun, though overclouded, is yet ascending. Life is young in the breast which the cancer is biting with its poisonous fangs ; and the patknt can safely brave the tortures of t he surgeon's knife so near her heart, with the hope of coming health and happiness, like a rainbow, illumining the clouds of her youth. We have no fear for our country, even with a moral disease knawing at her vitals, believing that she will rise superier to every evil. With an unshaken faith in her glorious destiny, we turn (rom the sickening exhibitions, the wretched mistakes, and the unsatisf...

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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

TAHITI. We have just learned, from a quarter on which we can rely, that most of the Protestant missionaries belonging to the London Missionary Society have found it necessary to remove from that island, in consequence of l.the arbitrary and unjust proceedings of the french Protectorate. Notwithstanding the guarantee of the French government wheiî they took possession of the island, that the missionaries would be at perfect liberty to carry on their operations as formerly without hindrance, they have been separated from their congrega- tions and absolutely forbidden to preach to the natives, unless upon terms with which their consciences would not comply, and which none j but tyrants would require. What is called j a National Church has been formed ; the 6u i ir erne authority in which seems to be vested ; in the French Governor, the Assembly, and the , Chief of Districts, altogether irrespective of character. Under their authority natives, with- out the necessary education, have bee...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, December 31. LAXO 8A.I.B.-The following portion»of Crown land» will bo offered for sale bj -publie auction, at the I .oeal Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 3rd of February, 1853, at II o'clock. Deposit 10: per ©eat. : - TOWS SXCTiONS. "County Hindmarsh, Township of Port Elliot. Lot. See. R. P. Price. CountT Gawler, North of Sections 97,98. 93, 100. Hundred of Port Gawler. SS 34 -67 «8 Si 34 -67 65 0 33 1 0 I O 0 39. £ a. 16 0 SO . 120 0 16 0 COCNTBT SECTIONS. Lot. 7553 7553 7554 7565 7556 7557 7558 7559 7660 7561 7552 7563 7564 7565 7566 7567 7568 7569 7570 7571 7572 7573 7574 »575 7576 See 763 164 165 166 167 169 170 171 172 204 905 90S 207 S10 211 319 S13 248 349 250 . SSI 954 S55 956 357 Aeres. Fries. 88 «0 60 92 40 100 SO so 80 SO SO 80 104 103 80 80 80 80 SO 60 102 98 77 7« 79 80 80 80 32 40 lie 80 80 80 80 80 80 104 103 80 EO 80 80 80 84 103 98 77 78 79 Comity Hindmarsh - Angas Sarve/, south-west of Strathalbyn Township. Hundred of Kondopa-...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

ADELAIDE BETAIL PRICES. Bread 6d per 2lb loaf Floor 3id per lb DAIRY PRODUCE. Batter, fresh Is 4d per lb Cheese ls 3d to ls 6d per lb Milk 4d per quart Eggs ls 6d to 2s per dosen Pork Sd to 10a per lb Ham ls 4d to ts 6ddo Bacon ls to ls 2d do Greese 6s to 12s each Fowls 6s to 7s per pair Pigeons ls 6d to 2s do Docks 6s to 7s 6d do VV ild ditto, 4s to Ss 6d per brace Teal 2s 6d to 3s do Quail ls 3d to ls 6d do Turkeys 12B to 20s each TEGETABLES. Potatoes 3d per ib Cabbages ld to 3d each Cauliflowers none Turnips 8d to 1 s per dozen Carrots 3d per bauch Carl io ls to ls 6d per lb Onions 6d do Shalots 4d do Pampkins cone Cucumbers 3d to 6d each Vegetable marrows 3d to 6d each Watercress ld to 2d per bunch Lettuce Id each Celery 6d per stick Spring radishes ld per bund e Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radish 6d to 2s per stick Parsley ld per bunch Peas ls 6d to 2s per peck Asparagus none French beans 8d to ls Broad beans Is 6d to 2s per peck Jerusalem artichokes Gd per lb ra CIT. App...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

TBKHSt. £l 16s per asanm, parable in «¿we» j XS credit. Cash ferma for. Advertisement*:-For one inch and nader Zt, «nd Ie tor each addition» inch, each insertion. Printed and published br Andre« If errs/, «I th» Mmtanm Chrmtidc Printwff Ofioe, Boasa* .trsot, Adelaide, «oath Anwälte.

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, January 1, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, January 1, 1853. Burras-£151, cash. Gold,£3 12s 3d, buyers. Money-10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12J percent, on other securities. Applv to J* F. ROSS, Broker. THE ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE.-From and after this day, tbe Chronicle will appear nuder different Editorial management The next issue viii contain an article on " The Bishop's Pas- toral Address." The conductor of this paper has determined to re- duce the quarterly subscription to six shillings, payable ia ad renee, and to six shillings and six- pence credit, thus making the price of the twice a -week only equivalent to a weekly. We hope that this and the improvements which 6hail as- suredly be effected in its management, will meet j the approval and support of its friends and the ' public generally. j

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

* ADELAIDE PfiICE CiiiRENÏ «WW», r SPlBITSflB JboDd} e «<I *~ * . Besndv, United Mn. per galton -.- 0 ll a o IT « Ditto, ¿e. da., per.case ^| 0 0 t IS 0 Ditto, Marietta, p*r gaL o Ixl o OOO Ditto ditto paréase I IO li i IS 0 Do. other brandi per g&L "0 IO * 0 0 0 Ditto, ditto, per essa ..ISO t 8 O Rom (W. L) per galbo 0 4 6 OOO Vt bisk;, ditto. ISO OOO Oin (Old lom) ditto.. 0 8 0 O 12 0 Geneva* uer case. OOO OOO W INKS - (duty part} - Port, per pip». 60 O 0 O 0 0 Ditto, per duxes. J $ 0 S 0 » Sherry, per pipe. 1$ t) O 40 0 O Ditto, per doses. 14 0 1 13 O Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 2 0 0 3 0 0 Claret, ditto. 1 ft o I 10 . Marnia, per pipe. OOO OOO Ditto, oer doses. #00 OOO PORTEES Taylor's per hhd. Trueman's . . » Q , _ Barclay Perkins* > 8 8 0 10 0 0 Whitbread'*. Ditto, per doten-.. 0 12 0 OOO Dublin ditto, oer hhd .. 4 18 0 OOO ALE-London brandi, per hhd.. 8 0 O 10 O O Bass's Burton, No. 3 .. 6 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled, per doa-,. 0 15 O OOO Ditto, pe...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

- y NEW SOUTH WALES. Our latest news from Sydney is of the 13th ult., on which day the correspondent of the Melbourne Herald writes as follows : The Legislative Council have been making up for lost time, by getting through the Es- timates with the utmost speed. The whole of them have béen voted, except the gold, water police, and storekeepers' items; the two first having been postponed until the re- port of the select committee, still sitting, shall have been brought up The great feature in the week's proceedings hitherto, has been the adoption of the report of the select committee on the Police Regula- tion Bill, after a sharp debate. The recom- mendations of the Report were, that the new police system should be limited in operation to the Metropolitan district, and that the Pro- vincial Inspector's office should be abolished. The Government strenuously opposed the change ; but the County members had made up their minds to quash the present system as | far as their respective ' loc...

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared to receive Gold .Dost for assav under an Act No 1, of 1632, on Tuesdays and Fridays, be ween the noars of 10 ajn. and S p.m., subject to the fallowing regula- tions : - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King Wiltiaw street. between the hours of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., en Toesdays and Fridays. 2. No parcel of Gold less than twenty cooees in weight wdi 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 date of its 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 ba delivered to, er to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book shall...

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SOCIETIES FOR THE PROMOTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

SOCIETIES FOR THE PROMOTION OF PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. IN pursuance of the promise with which we closed oar former article on this subject, we proceed to give a detailed statement of the constitution and objects of the Society i of Arts, derived from the published records of the institution ; and also the results it is j hoped to attain by the establishment of branch societies in the British Colonies. Objects.-The Society for the encour- agement of Arts, Manufactures and Com- merce was founded in 1754 and incorporated ¡ under that name by Royal Charter in 1847, ! they are summed up in the Charter as - " Generally to assist in the advancement, development and practical application of Science in connection with the Arts, Manu- factures and Commerce of the Country." j Government.-It is governed by a Pre aident, vice-Presidents, two Treasurers, two Auditors, and from twelve to twenty four other Members, who form a Council elected annually by ballot at a General Meeting of the Society. T...

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POLICE COURT Friday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

POLICE COURT Friday, December 31. i Emma Guyatt was charged with being drank and : using obscene language. ! Fined I Os. ; Charles Morgan charged with assaulting Mounted Constable Wyndham whilst in the execution of his j duty on the Race-course on Wednesday last, was fined £1. John MaUmy, Jeremiah and Janes Callaghan, and Michael Sheeny was charged with feloniously assaulting Catherine Duffy, in Rosina-street, on the night of the 30th instant. James _ Callaghan was further charged with threatening to shoot Constable Duffy while in the execution of his duty. Catherine- Daffy, a prostitute, stated that about 12 o'clock on the previous night she was at a neigh- bour's bouse, and waa about returning home when she feard a great noise in the next house. She went into her own house, and as she was proceeding into tiie bod-room, sereu men rushed in, one strut k ber on the head with ia stick and'another with a stone, which rendered her totally insensible. When she came to she found the men s...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Wheat, 6s 6d Flour, £19 Ditto, seconds, £16 10s. Barley, English, 5s 3d to 5s 6d per bushel " Cape, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel Oats, 12s per bushel. Bran, 1s 4d Pollard, 1s 4d CHAS J. BARRY.     Currie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

THE NEW TARIFF. The Act to Amend {be Laws of the Customs in Sooth Australia haring received her Maje-ty*« assent, the following Tariff came in ferce oakthe S6th of i December. 1852. AETÍCLliá. Bacon and hams. Bags and sacks, eora -. " Ore, gun nj, and returned .... Bales for wool. Beef and pork. Beer, perter, ale, cider, and perry .. Blacking, liquid. .* paste.. Boots and shoes, rix.-Boots, dos pairs Half ditto. ?Shoes. Childrens'... Bread and biscuit... Bottles, glass and stone ........... Bricks-Fire and Kath. " ether kinds. Butter . Candles-Tallow. " Wax, sperm, &e. Canvas. Carts and drays.. .. Waggons and timbar carriages .... Cask*, empty . .-.. Cement. Cheese .-. Coffee. Confectionery .......... Copper-sheating and nails ........ Cordage and rope-TSurope........ Manila. ........ Tjoir and Jute.. - . 0 9 Unenumerated . -.. 16 Cord, small, and twine.^. . - : 50 Corks... 0 2 gras. Corn, meal, and flovr-Wheat. ,16 qr Barley. 13 Oats .. .... 13 Maize and millet. 10 Peas, be...

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LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART THE JUBILEE OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL. BY THE REV. H. CASWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ÄRT THE JUBILEE Ot? THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL. BY THB.EEV. H. CASWATJIU ' Haring provided myself with tickets of admission to the Abbey and to thje Cathedral, I stationed myself ai the west door of the former at nine o'clock orr tbe morning of Tuesday, 15th June,, in the. midst of a crowd of persons awaiting , the opeuing of the gates. At a quarter past nine precisely the janitor appeared, with his keys, and immediately afterwards ,the multitude, hitherto pent up, swept like a torrent into the venerable building. In a few seconds I was established in a Beat within the choir, immediately in frpToJb" of -the pulpit j and around me, northr *0uíh, east, and west, I observed thousands pressing; in with looks replete with eagerness and interest. Let me now for a few minnies survey-the glorious pile How appropriate its archi- tecture ? How well fitted to lofty and re- ligious thoughts ! The' monumenjjg^too, from the position which I occupy, ßggg...

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THE ADELAIDE RACES. THIRD DAY—FRIDAY, DEC. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1853

THE ADELAIDE RACES. THIRD DAY-f BID AT, DEC 30. In consequence of the intense heat of the dar, and also on account of the races to be run not being of the same interest to the public as on the two former davs the attend- ance was very limittd, but all who were there certainly appeared to participate in the enjoy-' ment. First Race. Beaten Stakes - Three guineas entrance, for all horses beaten during the meeting, with 15 eovs added. Three miles. To be handicapped bj the Stewards, or by whom they may appoiut. The winner to pay three guineas to the fund. Mr Eadford's ch. Wilberforce, Sst 71bs (Radford). 1 Mr Crane's b m. Little Ellen, Sst 4lbs (Sam). 2 Mr Cutaway's b.g. Young Jaok, 8 st 4lbs (McDonald). nowhere. Wilberforce took the lead which he kept all round the Course, and came in an easy winner. Young Jack ran second for some distance, when Little Ellen ran a head, and would have pushed \V ilberforce bm for being ridden con- siderably o vet weight, which made all the difference to...

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