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LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. Wednesday, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. Wednesday, January 4. ru LL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). Before Mr Justice Cooper, John Grainger. Esq., M L.C., and the Mon. John Morphett, Speaker of the Legislative Council. 1 BELCHER V. TAEDEEW-Action for £12 I Os, being in arrears upon certain instalments at Sa per week. Mr Smith, for the plaintiff, read an agreement, in which the defendant agreed to pay the sam of 5s per week until £35 was paid for rent. 1 Vc Waiker wished for an adjournment, as his client was indisposed. His Honor said that there was bat one wa j of doing business, which was to m ike an affidavit of the fact, He world therefore take to cognizance of .Mr Walker's observation. Mr Smith proved the agreement. Mr Walker called William Belcher, the plaintiff. ; who said the signatures in a book prod need showed the amounts received by him from the defendant. He hod received no other sams from him. Verdict for £10. M ILL V. KIBBV-Action for £ 11 upon aa L O- U. and interest. Mr Walker for the defendan...

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DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY. SECOND DAY. Friday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

-y DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY. SECOND DAT. Friday, December 31. The Assembly met at half past 10 o'clock. Present-the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, most of the Clergy and Lay representatives' who attended on the previous day, and also the Rev. James Pollitt, of Kooringa, and the Rev. John Watson, of St. Matthew's Ken- sington. The Rev. Mr Coombs opened the proceed- ings with prayer. Appointment of a paid Secretary. j The Dean of Adelaide moved " That a paid Secretary to the Standing Com- mittee be appointed, to have a seat ex officio, but no vote, unless an elected member of that Com- mittee." He considered that such au officer was neces- sary, as ia order to carry on their objects ef- fectually, far more exertions would be requi. site than could be expected from an Honorary Secretary. He thought the most efficier.t per- son they could appoint to fill the situation wa« the Rev. ,f. Woodcock. His duties would be very onerous, and it would be requisite, in justice to his congregation, to provide hi...

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Wednesday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

Wednttâay, . January 5. George Fitbey, a servant in tbe employ of toe Lord Bishop of Adelaide..appeared on remand, charged On suspicion of stealing :~JE»0 the property «f Frederick Backhand a servant in the Eev. Dean Farrel's employ. 1 -..31r:P*rker defended the prisoner. Jacobina Hendrv said that the prisoner and pro- secutor were together one day last month. Tito prisoner afterwards went away with the Bishop*« carriage. His Worship said there was no doubt lia had lost hu money, bot as there was no evidence against the prisoner,"he was discharged. '" John Davis appeared on remand, charged, with feloniously assaulting James Williams, with intent to. rob him In light-square,on the night of the 29tb of December. The case was adjourned until Friday next.

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POLICE COURT Monday, January 3rd [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

POLICE COÜKT Monday, January 3rd Jams* Callaghan, Jeremiah Callaghan. Michael .alony, and John Sheedy, appeared on remand, charred witb feloniously assaulting Catherine Duffy, in Rosina-street, on Thursdav las'. James Callaghan was farther charged with threatening Co shoot Police Constable Duffy in the execution of his duty. Vr Bagot defended Malony ; Mr Parker ap- peared for the other, prisoners. Police Constab e Daffy stated, in addition to his evidence taken at the former examination, that on Friday night he watched the prisoner's house whilst some of the women were removing their furniture ' when he saw a gnn placed amongst the property. ' lt was loaded with the same number of 6hot and of the fame description as had been picked ap at the prosecutor's residence. Witness brought the gnu to the station but did not know to whom it belonged. Committed for trial to the Local Court. Hts Worship accepted bail, themselves in £50 each and two sureties in £25 each. John Rigby appeared on r...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

NOTICE. The conductor of this paper bas determined to reduce the quarterly subscription t£. six shillings payable in advance, and to six shillings and sixpence credit, thus melting the price nf the twice a week only equivalent to a weekly. Single copy 3d.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, January 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, January tíh. The Council met at three o'clock. Present The Mayor and all the Members except Messrs Platts and Beevor. Waler Works (in Committee}. -A corm- . pocdence was read from a Mr Gee, residing at Kit kcal dy, addressed to Messrs A« L. Bider and Co., showing-a new method for obtaining pure water into the city. It proposed to «apply the city with water through pipes the total obst of. which at Kirkcaldy, on board ship, would be about £5,220 £s 4<L, exclusive of freight, which would be about 30s per ton. The total weight was estimated at 1,100 tons. Mr Sherwin said that the subject wws . very - importent one but unfortunately they had_ no funds of their own and ?no- power of borrowing any money for the undertaking. The Mayor was desirous of patting the question in die fight that they had the power of borrowing die money orto place it in the hands of a Company to execute, fie read an extract from & letter received fay A. L. Bider &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, /CONTINUES to practice Law in the United \_J r States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- ington ; to prosecute Claims and settle 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 adjacent British Possessions ; to make Invest- ments of Funds in the United States and State ! Stocks, and on Bond and Mortgage of Beal Estate, and to negocíate the purchase and sale of Foreign Loans and Patent-rights, and Publie and Private Lands, in any State of the Union ; and to attend to any Law or Agency business confided ta his care. Reliable in- formation given in reply to enquiries of per- sons desiroas of emigrating to the United States. pQf Communications in any of the langua- ges of Europe, addressed to W. G. Snethen ¡ 5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill, Washington 1 United...

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The Morning Chranirle. "This is trne liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Thursday, January 6, 1853. THE BISHOP'S PASTORAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

This is true liberty, when free-born men,   Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide ; Thursday, January 6, 1863. THE BISHOP'S PASTORAL ADDRESS. FEW things gratify us more than to sea that a religious body is able to sustain, its po- sition in spite of the withdrawal of Govern- ment support. Therefore have we read with much pleasure the Pastoral Address of the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, part of which our readers will find in another column. We were much gratified by his interesting ac- count of the position of the Church on his arrival in South Australia, and its sub-   sequent progress, and we sympathize with him in the satisfaction he expresses at "the revival of Synodal action in the Church. But we cannot see that such revival is at all the consequence of the withdrawal of Go- vernment aid, nor do we look upon the pe- cuniary condition of the Church as so satis- factory.   The same amount of money may have been raised...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street. January 5, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

Bong; ^Ihamaftreatj^s Barra«-JEiSO- "'-?,-"-"* O" MONET M1EKET. M oner on Freehold. 10 to la« per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and email loans, 15 per j . cent." . - v.' i Ditto on discoants, leasehold, and other security IS to SO^wréentT.?--" COLD MARKET. Geld, £3 11s 9d to £3 12s. JNO. RICHARDSONS Ï). MELVILLE V ?*BM*---'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

BT OBOER OP THJE TRÜ^EC^/^ÍE' EQÜTr__LK BUILDING ÂîJDLAÎïD CpM TPo iM^oiji bg&nftitija Vj_, MESSRS. SAMSON, W1CKSTEEÏ). ft CO At their Mart, on Saturday, Ja J. 8, 1853 LOT 1.-AU the Estate, Right, and Interest L of the-above Trastees in a LEASE «OLD-Piceof LAND, portion of Town Acre $75, forming the Allotments No. 7 and or* half part of Na 8 of the «sid Acre, contain rn «s well ip width ia front along HsckfhBon. parade as ht the roar thereof 45 feet, and run- ning in-depth backwards at right angles in ewry "part "by admeasurement '99 feet, bs the same several dimensions little more -or less. Together with the Two-Hoomed Brick COTTAGE, &c, thereon, as the same was lately occupied bn Johann Faudec, saddler. The above premises are held by the Trus- tees under a lease elated 14th April, 1849, from the said Johann Fauder, from the date thereof for the term of 14 years, at the nominal rent of a peppercorn, if demanded. LOT 2.-All the Estate, Right, and Interest of the said...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

AteTRALlAN BOYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Third of this Line, the Splendid Iron Steam-Ship HtSLSOUSNE, A.l, 1800 tons, SOO horse power, Janes Arthur Cox, Commander, is daily expected from England. Partial désirons of wearing passages by this Teasel to London on her retara from MelbouraeJ&iid Sydney, are requested to make inuaediate\appEcation to die undersigned. A. L. ELDER & CO.. Agents. Dee. 22,181». WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE -fine Al ship EPAMINONDA8, 1,171 tons per register, H. Kerr, Commander, ' has been laid on the berth for London, and having the greater part of her cargo da gaged, will meet with qaick despatch; For terms of freight, apply to A. L. ÈLDER dc. CO. October 16,1852. FOR LONDON. TV Sail tn the beginning of February. THE splendid teak-boilt ship GEELONG, Al for 13years, 397 tons per register, W. Howlett, eomman der, being a chartered ship ù under engagement to sail in February, and haring superior cabin accommodation!, will be found a most...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MUT». January 3- The barque Tancred, - tons. Mason from Liverpool, 26th September, «tb 127 pas «mgers. ' âme day-The schooner Henrietta, ISO tons, Brier, from Melbourne, 26th December. Passen- gers-Messrs Mason, fngtand, Steele, Colchará, Baker and wife, Smith, Stewart, and Mrs Howard, in the eabin; mad IS in the steerage. Same day-The schooner Jetephine Loizeau, 95 tons, Letorel, from Mauritius. 14th November. Passengers for. »his port or Melbourne-Messrs Bely, Mackey, Baritanld, Theodar, Panisse, wife and child. Ville, Cameron, Denmar, Boussel), Airad, Poirel, Anray, Dmnolard, "Baker and child. January4--Tb« barana Chatham, 5l5tons Cope- land, from Melbourne, 19th December, with 100 passengers. 4 I from Melbourne, 23ri ^^mber. 'Passengers j Capt English, pápt. törbv, Messrs Bruce, Maries, j Brown, Macdonald - Wyatt's, Powell. litchfield, Mr fand Mrs Adams', and Mr Doran, ia ¿he cabin ; and ^January 3-The barque Maid of Auckland, SEO tons, Shepherd, for Londo...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

VICTORIA. By recent arrivais we have news to Ute 24th ultimo. On the 29th and SOth ult the Great Britain was to be thrown »pen for public inspection in Hobson's Bay. . Admission by tickets. The boatmen at LiardeCs Pier had agreed not to charge more than 2s a-bead for taking partie* to the vessel. " " The following are the arrivals from Europe and America in ope day (20th ult.)-Tjie 1 barque Thomas Hughes, from London, with passengers'end cargp ¡ the ship Ocean JSagße, , from New York^with. 67 passengers in the cabjn^ ISL in tbeîtfeerage, and cargo, includ- ing 2600 bris of flour ; the ship Allison^ from Liverpool, with. 3ifi Government emigrants f the ship Carnat'icSrora London and Plymoutb, with many cabin' passengers end 140 ia Ute intermediate and steerage ; the ship Grampian from Glasgow, with 244 steerage passengers; the schooner Marion, from Sm Francisco, with passengers; the ship Hyderabad, from London, with caxgo and 647 passengers j and the barque Benjamin Heape, team Londo...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

LOCAL ÄFF AXES. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quanti* -of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 721 oat ?8 dwts. 18 gtB., which, valued at £3 11s per oz., amounts to ...... . £2,659 11 J and, adding the total value of previous deposits, vi«. £1,454,170 4 gives a present total of.... £1,456,729 15 ] THE TRAP IN AN GAS-STREET. - The . In spector of Nuisances for the last three weela or a month back, has been most indefatigabh in his exertions in eufnmoningindiscrimíuárely all parties passíng over an imaginary foot- path between Angas and Carrington streets. On Tuesday last there were as many as ten persons summoned to the Police Court foi passing over this trap. It appears the Inspectai stations himself between tbe two open spaces, and notices all persons who cross this boundary, he then immediately rushes up to them, and instead of informing them that they had doné wrong, and' showing them were the. proper defined footpaths really are, he demands their narrie and summons them forthwith. Mr Wig...

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BISHOP'S PASTORAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 January 1853

BISHOP'S PASTORAL ADDRESS. The Lord Bishop delivered. the following Pastoral Address : The return of our Birthday, joyous as it is in the hey-day of youth, Wrings with it, neverthe- less, solemn reflections as life advances. Each succeeding anniversary announces that we are drawing nearer to the end of our journey, and remind)} us of the account which must be given when that journey is accomplished. A like feeling comes ever me when I remember that five years ago, on this same day, I entered upon my duties in this church as Bishop of the Diocese: and although I have reason to bless the good providence of God, who has pre- served me in health and strength to see this day, yet the retrospect of five years in the over- sight of a newly constituted Diocese cannot but humble evea while it encourages, and stimulate while it saddens. What hath God wrought by us, and how have we hindered or furthered His Work; how has the Spiritual Temple of the Lord been built up, while the House made with...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

PRICE^CÇÎIRENT^ MI POETS. SPTEITS fl» hand) £ B à ? m Brandy, United Vîn. per ' rv^"T . O 12 O O 17 O Ditto, Martelfa, per gal. O ls o OOO Ddto ditto per caw ." I IO O J IS O Do. other brandüpergal. O IO O O Ó O Ditto, ditto, per case ..Iso í "8 O 5T (W- ?«)P» B«Ilon 0 4 6 O 0 0 Whisky, ditto. 12 0 OOO Gin (Old Tom) ditto.. OJO O 12 O Geneva, or case. OOO OOO WINES-(doty part) - í TV»"** ^^P6 - 60 0 * OOO Ditto, per doten.t i ¡¡ 0 2 0 0 *5 O O 40 O O [ Ditto, per dozen. 1*0 i l* n Cape, per pipe ^ Champaste, per doren 2 O O 3 0 0 Clareé ditto.. .. i 5 0 , w J j Mara.Krjerp,pe. OOO OOO Ditto, oer dozen.v OOO OOO PORTEIS* Taylor*« per bid.... -\ Trneman*8. / ^ Barclay Perkins' .. { 8 8 0 IO O o S Wfaùbread's...} * Ditto, per dozen. O 12 0 6 O A Dnblín ditto, per hhd 4 15 O OOO ALE-London bracas, per _ fchd. 8 O O 10 O O Bass's Burton, No. S.. 800 8 8 0 Bottled, perdoa....... 0 15 0 OOO Ditto, per dos. Dunbar's 0 12 0 OOO SUGA It-SULK, JATA, &C Brown, per ion. 20 12 6 to 21 10 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

TERMS t £l 4s per annum, payable in ad vance ; £1 6a credit. Gash terms for Advertise cn en ts r-For one inch and ander .3% «ad ls far each additions inch, each insertion. Printed and published bj Andrew Murray, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Bondie street, Adelaide, Sooth Australia. . " ?

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared te receive Gold Dust for assay andar an Act Ko 1, of 1852, I on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the boars of Y10 a.m. and 2 p.m., subject lo the following regola tioss : - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, in (be Government Buildings, King Williaw street. between the hours of lu a.m., and 2 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. i. No 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 aasistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book the weight <.f the Gold, ibe date of its recéi s t, 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-toentioned entry in the a...

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The Morning Ehanirle. " This is trae liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide; Thursday, January 13, 1853. WE this day publish three several letters [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

?\¡t Banting Cjrrömcle. " This is trae liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. Adelaide ; Thursday, January 13, 1853. WE this dav publish three several letters on the Pastoral Address, delivered lately by tbe Bishop to the Diocesan Assembly, on which letters we mast make a few ob- servations. It is clear that the Rev. Mr Platts is cor- rect in accusing the Register of wresting the Bishop's words to snit its own views ;, although it mnst be admitted that the: Bishop, apparently wishing to give an en- couraging view to the affairs of the Church, dealt too much ia generalities. If the sum ' collected fer all Church purposes only ex- j céeds ¡bj a trifle what the clergy get : for ; stipends, with tho grant in aid of the vol notary contributions bf their flocks, how are we to bare any Church extension, un- less by taking something from the present very inadequate incomes of the Ministers And as all current expenses connected with Churches, s...

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SHIP MAILS. Thursday, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

SHIP MAILS. Thursday, January 18. Mails will be dispatched as nader" For Great Britain, by the Epaminondas, to Lon- don, on Saturday, 15th instant, at half-past 3 : «nd by the Sea Park, via Ceylon and overland j this day at half-past 3. For Viitoria, by the Anne, and Timbo, to Mel- bourne, this day, at baf-past 9; and by the Chatham, on Tsesday, the 16th instant, at half past 3. g For East Indies and China, by the Sea Park, (as above.) Port Lincoln, by the Emu, on ¿Saturday, the 15th inst., at half-past 3. For Bo De Town and Guichen Bay, by the Daphne, on Friday the 14th instant, at half-past S o'clock,_^_^_

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