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ADELAIDE MARKETS. CRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. «BAUT AK» FLOUE MARKST. Wheat, 6s 6d Flour. £i9 Ditto, (seconds, £16 10s. Barley, English, 5s 3d to 5s 6d per bushel 1 "' Cape, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel Oats, Ss to 9s per bushel. Bran, ls 'id Pollard, ls 2d CHAS J. BAB KT. Carrie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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

FE RTTJL INCREASE OJ? BOSIAHISIÍ Aiiotboi tietaehrneut of 3ÖÖ0 tr-ü-ch so'dief* Lave gun- o-, rte Rome!

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, January 12, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

BOSS'S SHABE LIST. S, ExCHAKGB COLOHKABE, January 12, 18S3. Burras-£144, cash. GOLD HUCKET. Gold, £3 12s 3d. beyers. MONET 1IABEET. Morey- IO per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12¿ to 15 per cent, on ether securities. Apply te J F. BOSS, Broker.

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AN AUSTRALIAN PAST[?]RAL—PART II. THE COLONIAL GIRL. WILLIAM LOQUITUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

AN AUSTRALIAN PASTv RAV-PAUT II, THE COLONIAL. GI BL. . WILLIAM LOQ.ÜITUE. Well Charles has sung his lovely >coUith Helen» His <-enjie beauty mid lus faillitlore ; lu tfuit Spenserian i-taizn, »lo» ;v swe liligi In n liich deeu sentmieiiU. ure quai«>t!y wove; But there ave Leaiities iu A Usu ii ia duelling-. And i hi me which le*s uuntjii^^atile prove. Let nie the praUe- ot il.3 June leliear&u lu the Italian, rapid, <ij¿ht-iiue Yeree. In hièasures I hav^u'ways loved celet ¡ty. I hate to stop, a..ct (hink, und io.ik behind, 'I o wonder if liiere is not annie difjutrity Between the tli.-iijiliU ¡hut I bu ve closely tain'd; Or draw too largely t:ii tuy healers' chat itv Making them »vail till ali my way I Hud, Besides, my Jane {jives veut to strange reproaches Against tho class she, jesting, calls slow coaches. Jaue ia colonial, everything betrays it, The off-band maimer that first won my heart; '! he clever sally, (iud the way sie says it. The merry...

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

FOR MSÏiBÔTJENBwf1 1 ii Regular Zfccier. On Wednesday next, the l&It Instant, j rjnÓE fine Al ship X CHU r.s\i 3r, .539 tons register, Capt. Cope- land, will punctually sail on - .day named. - "Tor ' fi elgat ôr passage hy this favorite vessel, apply to the Captain, on board ; or to F. J. BECK & CO-, January 12,1853: METROPOLITAN BUILDING SOCIETY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pursuance of a Requisition signed in conformity with Rule No. 27, a SPECIAL MEETING of the Members will be held at the Office of the Secretary, on Friday evening, January 14th, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of amending Rule No. 15. GEORGE BRUNSKILL, Secretary. GALVANISM AND ELECTRICITY. M.-SANGER, MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN, Brent Cottage, near the York Hotel, Eundle-street. jTi ALVANISM AND ELECTRICITY \_X scientifically applied (under the advice and patronage of the Medical Profession), for the relief of Paralysis, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Affections of the Eyes, Deafness, Tic Dolou reus, and Nervous ...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. BTead 6d per Sib loaf Flour 3¿d per lb DAIBT PRODITOR. Butter, fresh ls 4d per lb Cheese ls 3d to ls 6d per lb Milk 4d per quart Eggs ls 6d to 2s per dosea Fork 8d te 10Ó per lb Ham ls Ad to ls 6ddo Bacon I s to ls 2d do Geese 6s to 12s e.ich Fowls os to 7s per pair Pigeons 16 6d to 2s do Dooks 6s to 7s 6d do Wild ditto, 4s to 5s ed per brae* Teal 2s tid to 3B do Quail Is 3d to ls 6d do Turkeys 12s to 20s each VEGETABLES. Potatoes 3d per ib Cabbages ld to 3d each Turnips 8d to ls per dozes Carrots 3d per bunch Garlic ls to ls 6d per lb Onions 6d do Shalots 4d de Cu earn ber s 3d to 6d each Vegetable marrows 3d to 6d each Watercress ld to 2d per bunch Lettuce ld each Celery 6d per stick Spring radishes ld per bondie Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radish 6d to 2s per stick Parsley ld per bunch Peas Ts 6d to 2s per peck French beans Sd to ls Broad beans ls 6<i to 2s per peck Jerusalem artichokes 6d per lb Kitti IT. Apples 2s 6d per lb Apricots 9d t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Jam 9-He ship Macedon, from Plymouth. Passengers-Master Evans, and Mr and Mrs Bay lin and child in the cabin ; and Mr and Mrs White- head in the intermediate ; and 212 Government «migrants tn the steerage. j ,- CTCABED OU*. "* Jan. 11-The barqne Swan, 234 tons. Wea. Kirke, for Swan River. Passengers-Mr Yale. Mr» Stone and daughter, Mr Sotherland, and Captain Barker, in the cabin; and Mr Fravesoir and four children ia the steerage. jTMPOBTS. CBTEO per Macedon-* boxes gold, 12 casks cop per coiD,tO. Tinline; 12 biles merchandise, A. L. Elder Jfc Co.; .40 Mids porter, lotdo ale, Alexaader Thomson; 4cases merchandise. C. Platts; S trunks W. Peacock Si Son ; 10 casks bottled beer, J. & E. Henriquea ; 1 box, T. Powell; 1 pkg J. Barrett ; 4 cases, 3. EL Hoghes 116 hales, F.J. Beck & Go.; 20 boxes soap, Stanford ; 21 eases merchandise, A. L. Elder & Co.; 1 ease, Shutter ; 22 boxes cheese, P. M. Galley ; 9 cases, 3 casks sine, More wood, Bogers,...

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THE INSUFFICIENCY OF THE VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLE. [To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

THE INSUFFICIENCY OF THE VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLE. i [To the Editor of ihe MOKKING CUROMCLE.] ölu,-In examining i he ethciency o! volun- taryism ¡n Soutti Australia, it is to be remem- bered thal the circumstances of our period may be far more favorable lor its success ul exercise than those of another. Wealth may be far more equally diffused. The means of sub- sistence may be so.easily procurable by all, that tnere may be no poverty. There may be em- ployment for all, and ample remuneration for labour. All may be furnished in abundance with the necessaries of life, and have wherewith to spare. At such a time, if at any, volun- taryism may be expected to flourish. If taere be the will, there is no lack of the means; and such are the circumstances of South Australia at the present moment. The *ages of ithour are excessively high-property is more equally j diffused-there are ho taxes, at least none j worth naming-so that all, if only they be willing, are in full possession of the means to ...

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CIVIL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

CIVIL JURISDICTION. MACKENZIE V. ALI.-Action for £b, being the amount advertised bj the defendant for the re- covery of his wife. Mr Smith appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Sandford for the defendant. The plaintiff said he saw an advertisement for the plaintiffs wife, and he found her at Brighton, took; her to the plaintiff, and they afterwards came to town together. Mr Sandford put in the advertisement, and said that the case most be nonsuited, as from the very ambiguous way in which it was worded, the plaintiff was not entitled to the renard. Nonsuited.

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LOCAL COURT, ADELAIDE. Wednesday, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

LOCAL COÜRT, ADELAIBE. Wednesday, January 12. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CBIHIHAI,). Before J. W. KichoHs, Esq., J.P., and Captain Bagot, M.L C. Samuel Jenkins appeared to the information of William Butcher, charged wich assaulting him at Bowden on Friday last. The Complainant said that the defendant resided close by him, and on Friday last witness missed some of the palings from his stable, and seeing the defendant he asked him if he had removed any of them. The defendant then flew into a passion, and pushed witness against the wall, Befeodant also used very abusive language to him, threatening to kill him, &c. Eilen Morris stated that she saw the defendant posh the complainant on Friday last, which she considered was done without any provocation on the part of the complainant. That being the complainant's case, the defendant requested that it might stand over uutil the next day, as bis witnesses were not iu attendance. His Worship adjourned the case uctil this day (Thursday).

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

DIED. On the 10th instant, at Walkerville, Sydney Comber Parrott, infant son of Charles Henry Parrott, Esq., aged four months.

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

LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practice Law in the United States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- ington ; to prosecute Claims and sett le Accounts against, ami to procure Letters Patent tor In- ventions »tom the Government of the United States : to collect Hills of Exchange, Debts. Dividends on Storks. Legacies and Inheritan- ces in any pavt of the. United Statesand itt the Bfijacent Rritish Possessions ; lo make Invest- ments of Funds in 'he United States amt Stair Stocks, and on Bond ard Moiigaseof Real Estate, and lo negocíate the purchase and sale of F<ireig". Loans und Patent-rights, and Pt blic 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 of per- sons * desiious of emigrating to the United Slates. ¡sg^" Communications in any of the lansrna ees of Europe, addressed to AV. (i. Snethen 5 Cari oil Place, Capitol Hill, Wasliiii...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

THE NEW TARIFF. - ! The Act lo Amend tie Laws of the Customs tn South j Australia han t. g received her Maje iv's assent, '.he j fol lorri ng Tariff came in Farce -on'the 26th of December. 1852. ARTICLES. Rat« Bocón and bams . Dags and sacks, corn. " Ore, cuan j, and returned .... Bales for wool . Beef and pork. Beer, port« r, ale, cider, and jjerry .. Blacking, liquid . .' paste.*. . Boots and slros, viz. - Boots, doz pairs JJalf ditto . Shoes. Childrens' ... Bread and biscuit T.. Bottles, glass and stone . Bricks-Fire and >'a¡h. ** other kinds. Butter . Candles-Ta.lotr. " Wax, sperm, &c.... I Canvas ... .-.-. Carts and drays . \V3gg0ns and "timber carriages .... I Casks, empty. < ement. Cheese. Coffee. Confectionery .-. .. Copper-sheating and nails. Cordage »nd rope-Europe. Munda . Coir and Jato. Unenumerated . . . Cord, tmall, and twine. Corks .. .... Corn, meal, and fiour-«Wheat ...... Barley . Oats'. Maize and millet. Pens, beans, pulse. Malt . Flour, Meal...

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

1MPOUNDÏNGS. Impounded st the public pound, Angas Paik-One dark red bulio-k cock horns. WU ; near ribs, SAC near rump, scar near thigh, j white tip to tail ; one yellow brindle hui lock, star in forehead, off horn down over nose, (B) near side, like as off ribs and rump, like J off thigh. If not claimed, will be sold 31st of ; January. J. S. PLUSH, Poundkeeper. Impounded st the public pound. Salisbury One black and while spotted steer, small wide horns, near ribs; one light strawberry steer, red fars IH near ribs; one light red cow, cock horns, white belly, Q near rump, IVV off rib«, with strawberry calf hy her side, no brand visible ; one dark strawberry steer, about or.e year old. small «ide horns, like JT off ribs ; one red and while spotted steer, about nne year old, no brand visible. If not claimed will be sold 31st January. S. CHAED, PouiidkeFDer. ¡ Impounded tit the public pound. Section "55". (ia« 1er River, Ivlunnn Para -One dark hay mar»*, Email spot on forehead, M H con-j...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, January 6. LINO SALE.-The fellowing portions of Crown hinds will be offered for sale by public a nc ion, st the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursdnj. the 10th of February, 1853, at ll o'clock. Deposit' IO per cent.: - " ^ BUBÜBSXN SECTIONS. " County Adelaide-Sooth of, and sn burban to Gawler Town/'Hundred'of Munno Para. Lot. * See. Acres.' "Price. 6932 3253 79 79 . County Hindmarsh-Nerth-esst of, and snbnrbas to Port Elliott, Hundred of Goolwa. Flan 75. "585 2179 SO *0 ; COCKTBY SBCÏiOSS,. r County Gawler- North of Section» .102, 103» ,104. . 105, and about ais miles west of Gawler Town. Hundred of Port Gawler. 7586 19 «2 432 7587 20 120 - 120 7588 Si 133 133 7589 54 80 80 7590 57 188 188 7591 58 516 516 7592 59 80 80 7593 60 80 80 7594 61 60 80 75y5 122 60 80 7596 123 80 80 7597 121 80 80 7 598 175 80 80 7599 129 80 80 7 COO 130 80 80 7601 131 fiO 8> 7602 132 ft) SO County LipLt-North past of Victoria Township, Hundred of Waterloo. 7603 1295 82 ...

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EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH." A CASE OF CRADLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH." A CASE OF CRADLE. " Gold is the root of evil : I never 1 e- j Iteve&it before; and, between ourselves have therefore cultivated that root-I be- lieve Mr Shakespeare calls it ' tho insane root ;' but he was only a play-writer-early and late. But, 3/v Punch, is it to be borne that tr.en of capital ; men who, in thc market snd on 'Change, have done their regular business, confinin^rheir de- sires to a steady stream-(the stream as deep and as wide as you like)-of profit, should, in their mature age, with as m uch silver on their hea^s as gold io their pockets, be confounded, thrown on their backs, Sir-(you will pardon the force of the expression, for I feel strongly)-by this revolution of tho precious metals ? j "Gold fields, Sir!-gold fields! The young-men talk of them a.- familiarly as the Copenhagen fields of my time. As for gold dust, they do nothing but blind themselves with it - that is, to their mas- ters interests. Well, what is the conse- quence? ...

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

AUSTRALIAN" ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Tí! E Third of this Line, the Splendid Iron Steam-Ship MEJZBOmtNE, A1,18001 tens, 300 horse priver^ James Arthur Cox, Commender, is daily expected from England. fi Parties desirous of securing passages by ?itîjîs vessel to London on hi* return from i oíelhoume and Sydney, *rs Tetpiested to make immediate application to the undersigned. A. L. ELDER & CO., Agents, .j Dec. 22, 1852. . ; i STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE powerful fast-sailing steamer 450 tons register, W. Mann, Commander, in- tended as a regular trader, is hourly expected from Melbourne, and will sail again on lier re- turn in three days after arrival. She has splendid accommodations for passengers, and offers a most eligible conveyance for light freight. FAB ES. Cabin.£10 10s. Steerage. t< .. .. 5 5 For freight or passage, apply to A. L. ELDER & CO. January lOlh 1853. , WOOL SHIP FOR LONDON. THE fine Al ship EPAMINONDAS, r^^^y 1,171 tons per register, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

CORRESPONDENCE. [To the JvJitor of the MORNING CHRONICLE.] SIB,- A thorough Puseyite would main- tain that a layui3ii has no right to expo ss an opit>iou upon matters ecclesiastical. But as the Bishop of Adelaide and myself hare a different opinion of the matter, I should like to make a tew remarks upon his Lord- ship's Pastoral Address and doings at the late meeting. I say a few remarks, because I have neither the time nor the inclination to make niau)% and the address is so clearly, correctly, and carefully written, that it furnishes but very little matter for criticism. We all rememoer the Sydney minutes the Magill protest-the Newenham con- troversy-and still more recently the grasp at power displayed by the Bishop at St. John's Church, in appointing one clergy- man after the congregation had appointed another. Although having the highest possible respect for the Ministers of the Gospel, when they follow the precepts therein laid down, we well know the per- tinacity of an orda...

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[To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

[To the Editor of the MORDTTNG CHKOKICLE.] SIR,-As the opinions of the Lord Bishop of Adelaide ou the subject of the adequacy of the voluntary system to support religion in South Australia have been a good deal discussed, in my hearing, I feel inclined to give you my ideas on the matter. I am not so mach surprised at his indecision, for that party of the Church of England to which he belongs have always been 60 jealous of State interference, that if sufficient funds could be raised in any other way which would leave them untramelled, they would have preferred it ; and the idea of his clergy (the Bishop's own income is de- rived from another source) snaring Go- vernment-bounty with people who differ from bini on so many points, must hare been peculiarly distasteful to him* Hat I was surprised at his address being so little adapted to the place and time we lite in ; and.at his making no m< ution of tho dangers of sadden riches aud the uiisuttled sta.tL- of mea'e miads cause...

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POLICE COURT Monday, January 10th [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 January 1853

POLICE COURT Monday, January 10th Allan Weale was brought up on remand charged with stealing a quantity of articles the property of Messrs Farmer and Hodgkiss, at Adelaide, on the 24th ultimo. All the evidence having already been taken the prisoner was committed for trial. William Rose appeared on remand, charged with feloniously assaulting Thomas Theodore Gale, on the 27th ultimo. Mr. Smith defended the prisoner.   Thomas Theodore Gale stated that he was at the York Hotel on the 27th ultimo, when, about twelve o'clock, the servant came in and wished the house to be cleared which Mr Rose said he would do in a minute. Witness then quarrelled with him and thrust his hands apart. The defendant then swung his brass-headed whip round and struck him on the   head. He was not quite sober at the time. Rose was quite drunk. Alexander Tolmer, Commissioner of Police, stated that he visited the prosecutor at his house and took his deposition as he was then considered i...

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