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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES.   NEW INSOLVENT. James Wansborough, of Sandy Creek, near     Gawker-town.     IMPRISONED DEBTORS—To be heard.   W. Martin, 2nd July, at 11. John Calder, 2nd July, at 2. TO SURRENDER.   J. F. Boyd, 1st July, at 12. Thomas Jones and James Bowley, 15th July, at 2. Geo. James, 8th July, at 11. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED—Unless Cause     be shown to the contrary. J. S. Clark, 2nd July, on or before 11. Robert Carr, July 9th. at 11. Charles Ware, 16th July, at 11. James Pile, 16th July, at 2. AUDITS. Smith and Bishop, 5th July, at 11. Charles Foulkes, 5th July, at 1.   Hugh Jenkins, 5th July, at 12. H. F. Spehr, 5th July, at 2. Isaac Pike, 12th July, at 11. James Iron, 12th July, at 12. DIVIDEND MEETINGS.—Creditors to attend and Prove. Jeremiah Blake, 28th June, at Eleven. Robert Holding, 28th June, at Twelve. Daniel Riordan, 28th at One. ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, June 28. Present-All the members. CORPORATION ACRE. A letter from the Colonial Secretary to the Mayor was read, informing him that the Lieutenant-Governor with the advice of the Executive Council, offered " the use and occu- pancy of town acre No. 203, to the Corporation during its existence, subject only to the reser- vation of the power of alienation or encum- brance in any such way as to be inconsistent   with its application to the public purposes of   the city." Alderman Solomon rose with proud feelings to express his satisfaction at the generous conduct of the Governor. It had been sup- posed, from what he formerly said, that he was antagonistic to the Government, but this he emphatically denied. He was only actuated by a desire to acquire for the Corporation what he sincerely believed was their right. His   proposition had been overruled, and he had only to wait with anxiety to see the result of the deputation....

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MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 July 1852

MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT   Wednesday, June 23. [Before Charles Bonney, Esq., Special Magistrate ; Alfred Hallett and W. H Trimmer, Esqs., J.P.] HADDRICK v. DISHER.-For £17 18s 6d, being the value of a hay-stack, &c., burned by defend- ant's carelessness in burning stubble. The plaintiff was nonsuited, but was allowed to bring forward another action. Mr Walker appeared for the de- fendant. WATERS v. DISHER.-For £14 7s 7d, for loss   of sundry articles of dress and furniture caused by   defendant carelessly firing grass. Verdict for the defendant and costs. Mr Walker, for the de- fendant. WITHERHOW v. WATERS.-For £6 3s 6d, for   goods, &c., delivered. Verdict for the plaintiff amount claimed and costs. HADDRICK v. DISHER.-For £23, balance of the       purchase money of a piece of land. Verdict for   the plaintiff for the full amount and costs. Mr   Walk...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [?]PORT[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. UCPORTS. SPIRITS 0> bond) £ ad Cad ¡ Brsndv, United Vis. per j gJkw . 070 o o- o Ditto, do. do., i>er. case I O O ISO ¡ Ditto, MsrteWa, par gaL 0 7 0 OOO I Ditto ditto per case 10 0 ISO Do. oilier brands per guL OSO i 6 tí Ditto, ditto, per case ..100 * 4 O Bom (W. Li per gallon O 5 6 O . O Whisk j, ditto ..._ OOO OOO Gin (Old lom} ditto.. 0 6 0 0 6 6 Geneva, per case...... OOO OOO WINES - (duty pwd} - Port, per pipe. 35 0 0 SO 0 0 Ditto, per dozen. 1 O O I 15 x O Sherry, per pipe ...... 30 O 0 40 0 0% Ditto, per dozen. 0 18 0 18 o'Y Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 0 SOO Claret, ditto. 1 IO I 6 ô Marsala, per pipe. 25 0 0 30 O O Ditto, oer dozen_.. 0 18 U 1 5 O f.:: j PORTEn Taylor's per hhd. Trueman's ........ > , _ " Barclay Perkins* > 5 0 0 S IS O Whitbread':*. Ditto, per doten. 0 10 0 OH 0 Dqbiiii ditto. Der bid ..4100 i 0 O ALE-London breñas, per hud. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Bass's Barton, No. 3 .. 6 15 0 7 10 D No. 2 .. OOO OOO Bottled, ...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

GERMANY. M. Hefner's motion has been carried in the Upper Chamber by 81 against ¿6 noes. From this we may look upon the following as the future Constitution of the Upper Legislative Chamber in Prussia : I. All the Princes of the blood royal, being of age. 2. The heads of the princely families of Hohenzollern. 3. The beads of those families whicU formerly had a seat and vote ia tbe Imperial Diet. 4. Thc heads of families who enjoy a hereditary right to a seat and vote in the Upper House. G. Such members as the King may summon from amongst the more wealthy land proprietary, from the great towns and universities, for their life-time only. 6. The functions of tbe new Upper Chamber will commence from August <, 1852 ; till then the present laws of elec- tion continue in full force. It is rumoured that the Emperor of Russia will visit Austria early in the summer (probably in June), and be pre- sent at certain grand manouvres which are to be executed in Hungary by the cavalry reg...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS, CRAIK AKD FLOU» MARKET. Wheat, 6s 9d to 6s lOd Flour, £19 per ton Barley, English, 5s per bushel. Cape. 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats, 5s 6d to 6s Bran, Is 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton ("HAS J. BABHT. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-streef. July 3, 1852. Bscon, ls 2 per lb Bevf, 4d to 4Jd per lb Bread, 5d per~2lb loaf Butter, ls Sd to ls lOd per lb Cheese, Colonial, 10d to ls per lb English, ls -ld per lb Dui ch, 2s each Decks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 5s to 6s do Eggs, ls Gd to is 9d per dor. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, Gs to 8s each Hams, Colonial, ls 6d per lb Milk, id per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6il to "3 per lb Pigeons, ls to ls 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, Cs to 7s each cocks, 106 to 12 i each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Veal, 3d to Gd per lb

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[?]UENOS AYRES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

l-UENOS A.ÏRES. The tyrant Rosas has at last been de- feated and expelled. On the 3rd February the Buenos Ayreans were entirely defeated by the allied Brazilian and Monte Videan armies, under General Urquiza. This war, which origiuated in an attempt by liosas to conquer Monte Video in 1843, bas thu* at last terminated in the defeat and de- thronement of ¿he first aggressor. Rosas, in the disguise of a marine, and bis daughter Mauuelita, as a sailor boy, had escaped on. board H.M. ship Loi ust, and ultimately lo H.M. ship Centaur. Rosas lost 40Ô0 men, and his infantry and artillery had surrendered. The Holstein "horse in the Brazilian service, had ridden down Rosas' vaunted cavalry at the first charge. General Manzilla, who commanded in Buenos Ayres, has offered to capitulate.

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THE NEIGHBOURING COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

THE NEIGHBOURING COLONIES. ! By fte Hero we have papers from Melbourne to the 24.0.1 ult., Sydney to 17ih, aa'l V¡;n Diemeii's Land to the löth ult. Anoiher private Escort Company was being formed, who were lo guarantee against loss. We observe that the Commiuee of th« Colonization Society in Melbourne hold regular meetings, Dr. Perry t.be l)uijip,*.a.d the Mayor both attending. \Vhy dont the AdcUùde Cou> au'tlee meet ? The subscription to Mr Tolmer and his own had already reached about £300, and the Usu wei e to remain open six months longer. At Sydney, Mr Wentworth proposes to have two houses, both entirely elective, and to slop the supplies if they are not- granted. The Legislatures in Melbourne. Syduey, and Hobarton bad been opened with satisfactory addresses Irom the respective (jove.nors, all dwelling on the conséquences of the fold field«, and all expatiating on thu necessity ol emigra- tion. New diggings had been discovered at th© Turon, and the diggings at and beyond Ben...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

IMPOUNDING S. Impounded at the ;m¡ tl ic pound. Section 1687, One Tree Hi!'-One chesnut horse, long tail, saddle marked, illegible brand, supposed . to be ¿ii or gK conjoined offside neck ; one chesnul colt, wide stripe iu forehead, likeDT j near shoulder, ab->ut eighteen nioriths old; one ? bay colt, dark inane and tail, like .> near i shoulder, about eighteen months old ; one biy j colt, dark mane and tail, star in forehead, hind , feet wbit^, no brand visihl«, about eighteen ! months old ; one b:iy h- rse, black points, black j mane and tail, like near shou'der ; one I bay horse, black points, black maue and tail, no brand visible; one light bay horse, dark mane and tail, saddle marked, white stripe in forehead, hind feet white, illegible bi and, like J or S neai- shoulder; one brown horse, white star in forehead, bang tail, Irke x. near shoul- ! der. If not claimed, will be sold 26ih July, at, noun. S. CEITTENDEX, I'oundkef per. I Impounded at the public pound. Mount j I T...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

i TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to apologise for the non-appearance of several commnnicatioiis, which shall be attended to in our next.

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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SURRENDER. Themas Jones and James Bowler, i 5th Jaly, at 2. Geo James. 8th July, at 11. James Bussingthwake, 22nd Joly and 12th of August, at ll. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED - Unless Cause be shown to the contrary. Robert Carr, July 9th, at ll. Charles Ware, 16th July, at II. James Pile, 16th July, at 2. Thomas Smith, 23rd July, at 12. AUDITS. Smith and Bishop, 5th S uly, at H. Charles F ulkes, 5th July, at 1. Hueh JeoUius,5th July, at ll. H. F. Spear. 5th July, at 2. Isaaf. Pike, 12 h J uly/at ll. Jam'-s lion, 12th Julv, at 12. M. L. Pablo«-, 26th july, at 11. DIVIDEND MEETINGS. -Creditors to attend and Trove. XV. E. Young, 12th July, at one. J. F. Joubert. )2th July, at 2. William Smith. Kensington, 19th .'uly, at 12. A rJouEKED FINAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. J. B. Montefiore and E. M. Levi, 6ih Julv, at 12 Robert liirrell. 7th Julv, at 12. Wm. Blyth, 8th July, at 1. H. and A. Snelling, 23rd July, at I. S. Leather. 22nd July, at 1. Joh« Cra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

SALES BY AUCTION. "TB. URS DA r, Sf h JUL T. BY 01îDEft>OF TUE. TRADE AS- SIGNEE. And Undera Hill af Sale. SAMSON, JWIOKSTEED & CO. Ar* instructed to s-ll, on the premises of Mes- srs. II. and A. Sheiling, at Gawler Town. ON THU BSD BY, 8th JULY. At 12 e'cock. ^LL the PLANT of the BREWERY. The first-rate So¡ia-Wafer Machine Stud of Horses, Carts, Waggons^ &e. HORSES. 1 powerful Bay Horse (Sharper). 7 years old 1 " Mare (Violet), aged 1 " Horse (Caotnin), 7 years old 1 powerful Dark Brown Horse (Dragon), 5 years old -1 ** (Sergeant, 4 vears old ? 1 useful Bay Sacdle Horse, with Saddle and Bridle 1 Chesnut Cob, 1 roke to Saddle and Harness, with Saddle an I Bridie 1 Splendid Grey Filly, broke to Saddle and I lari', es s 1 Erown Cob " " i ;;.iyCoit « " 1 Brown do., unbroken. 2 Drays 1 ti ruing Car» (new) 2 Water Carts A quantity of Stable Utensils " Cart Harness 1 Set Double Spring Cart Harnes« (less Bridle) .Stable Mangers BREWERY. 1 Copper, 5C0 (râlions, nearly new...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

VESSELS Di H ARBO DR. i Augustus, barque, laid ap for repairs, j Asia, ship, 60tt tons. Ros kell, from Melbourne, j Amiens, schooner, Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel ! bourne. City of London, barque, 485 tons, Fore, from Bahia March 13th. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. Chatham, barque, 4li7 tons. Copeland, from Dept- ford and Plymouth, March 18. Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie, from Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Emu, schooner, 30 tons, Miles, from Port Lincoln. Eugne, barque Micanin, from Mauritius, May 11. Flash, brig, 189 tons, Trigge, from Melbourne. Gertrude, brig, 118 tons, Coomer, from Bristol, 22nd February, and fi om the Cape of Good Hope, May 9 th. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 toas. Putt, from Lou- don, 10th February. Hero, brig. Dale, from Melbourne, Jone 25. Juno, barque. 450 tons, Von Kyrwan Aikmade, from Swansea, l2|h March. Jane and Emma, cutter, from Robe and Encounter Baya. Joseph Lee Archer, cutter, 40 tons, Buck, from Robe, 2...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. By recent arrivals we have news from London to 17th March, and from New York to 10th March. The intelligence received very strongly bears out the opinion we recently expressed regarding the maintenance ot peace. The English funds were buoyant and improving. The 3 per cents, since our previous intel- ligence (March 6) had risen from 97^ to 98£ to \. On the other hand it is stated that the mere announcement of the possi- bility ot an invasion of England by the French had stirred tbs heatt of the great body of the American people. The New York Journal of Commerce, one of the soberest and most respectable in America, recommends assistance to England should she need it against a combination of con- tinental despots, and a letter from New York which appears in the Cape Commer- cial Advertiser, states sach to be the feeling exhibited that, let the invasion of any por- tion of the British Empire take place, " whether England asked it or not, you1 would find the w...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 1. LAND SALE.-The Governor proclaims that oft ! the 3 th instant, 35 quarter acres at Port Elliot will be sold, also the following Country lauds: I SUBURBAN SECTIONS. Count? Adelaide, Reed Beds, suburban to Port 1 Adelaide, Hundred of Tatala. Plan 101. I Lot. .Sec. Acre«. Price. ; 6584 920 53 £53 ' C585 921 55 65 I 6.3S6 922 51 51 j 6587 925 78 78 I ' * 6588 924 119 119 j j 65S9 Q23 32 32 County Adelaide, near Albert Town, suburban to Port Adelaide, Huudred of Port Adelaide. Plan 101. 5952 115* 13 13 i9o3 1165 9 9 Comity Adelaide, Kastern R;md, suburban to Ade- laide, Hundred of Adelaide. Plan lu!. 6591 935 S> 89 County Adelaide, Second t^reek. suburban to Ade- laide, Hundred of Adôlatde Plan 10'. 6795 10Ó6 123 123 J 6796 1058 7t 71 6737 1059 76 76 County Adelaida, Third Creek, stibtirba-i to Ade- J laide, Huudred of Adelaide. Pian 101. , 4878 1103 86 8f. I County Adelaide, South-east ot' Gawler Town, ! suburban to Gawler To wu. Hundred ot Baros...

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SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO.—Saturday, July 3. (Before both the Judges.) BANK OF AUSTRALASIA v. SCOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

-T ? ' SUPREME COURT. IN BASCO.-Saturday, July 3. (Before both the Judges..) BAKK OF A PSI-BALASIA V. SCOTTS. Mr James showed cause why the rule should not be granted in this case. Mr Fisher replied. The rule was discharged. bis Honor Judge Cooper said the plaiatífiá did not require te prove mora than ordinary plaintiffs. He thought it was not necessary for die Bank' to show its title. The defendant did not plead that the title was wron?, and it would be very inconsis- tent for the Bunk if such were the rule. MACGKOEGK V. RoÓXtD. Mr Fisher showed cause against the rnie asked for in this case. The question turned npon the point, whether the plaintiff bsvirg mortgaged the pro- perty aud right of w«y to the original owner of the property, the right of way was reeouveyed on extinction of the mortgage. Ic was alleged by defendant that the right of way merged iu the fe« was extinguished, and could not be revived. Ur Fisher eon rendad that there meet be unity in order1 to extinguishment, u...

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VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

TEG ETA BLE S. Beans, French, 6d to Sd per lb, scarce Broad, none Cabbages ld to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, 2s to 3s per lb Garlic, ls 6d to 2s per ll», scarce Horseradish, 6tl to 8d per stick Onions, 2d to 3d per lb Parsley, ld per bunch Potatoes, old 6 lbs for 6J new, I-Ad per lb Sbalots," ls per lb Turnips, from 4d to 6d per dosen Vegetable marrows, from 2d to 8d each Watercress, ld per bunch. rauiTs, &c. Apples, from ls to 2s per lb Almonds, from 6d to ls per lb Shelled, 2s 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d pax lb, scarce Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to 6s per dozen Medlars, ls 6d to 2s per doe. Pears 8d to ls per lb Pomegranite«, 2s to 2s 6d per doz

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The Morning Chronicle Adelaide; Mond[?] July 5, 1852. THE BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

?\)t Stating (ßjjrnmrle. . Adelaide ; Mondiw July 5, 1852. THE BULLION ACT. WE are told that the Governor is very anxious that the above Act should be carried oat till its allotted term, and that he is willing when the Council assembles in September to give the Banks any reason. able protection that they may require. At this point of the discussion we are anxious to state the position and results of this Act, without reference to any individual opinions or in- terests. Our body politic in January last was in great disorder. The State physician was applied to, and be gave as a remedy a course of medicine which was expected to accomplish a cure in one year. Now, it will not be denied by any one that a com- plete cure bas teen effected in five months. Henceforth, therefore, for no specific pur- pose except to introduce large quantities of gold into the colony and to enrich diggers and dealers, the Banks are paying 8s per oz. above the market price, and it so hap- pens that these large ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

LOCAL NEWS. HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE CON- GREGATIONAL BODY.-We regret that we were not previously informed cf a public meeting which was held in the Rev. Mr Stow's Chapel on Wednesday evening, as we should have felt great pleasure in hearing the ma:iy eloquent speeches delivered. Mr Peacock, M.L.C., pre- sided. Tbe speakers were the Chairman, the Kev. Messrs Hoige, Cheetham, Stow, and j Newland, Independent Ministers ; W. Giles, ' Esq., M.L.C. ; and the Rev. Mr Gardner, * ree I Church of Scotland. In the course of the past I year £120 14s 7d had been subscribed, of which ; £50 13s were for a college. The íiiigration of the population accounts ihr the small sum con I tributed. We observe that the Rev. Mr I Gardner adverted with very proper exultation to the exertions of the Free Church of Scot- land in tho Missionary cause. He condemned, lio we vcr, in-severe terms the failure toaupjwrt ministers ip this colony,* «hielt, he said* wigfe a disgrace to the «Christian name and char...

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EMIGRATION SCHEMES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 July 1852

EMIGRATION SCHEMES. j WE observe that our contemporary, tlie I Register, bas taken notice of Mr Morrison's j pamphlet, which we reviewed some weeks ago, in connection with Mr3 Chisholm's Colonization Scheme, and that our contem- porary is opposed to that scheme, as likely to be abortive. He alleges tl»afc " it is a ! nibbling insufficient plan, which would I leave us, as respects the adequate supply of j labor, pretty much where we are now." We I regret that our contemporary has expressed j himself in this manner, because in the ab I sence of an adequate laBd fund of our own, I and seeing that if we had one, it would be ! inexpedient at present to expend colonial j funds on emigration, it is peculiarly im- portant that the colonists should be unani j mous in supportingany scheme for proraot j ing the emigration of respectable persons, ' of which the funds are chiefly provided by persons out of the colony. What are the ob- jections in this case? Why-1. That possibly the parties to wh...

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