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LOCAL COURT. FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL.) Wednesday, February 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

LOCAL COURT. rOXE JURISDICTION (CIVII,.) Wednesday, February 2nd. Before Mr Justice Copper, G. Sturt, aod W. H. Trimmer, Esq. IND T. FRANCIS--Action fur j£30 damages sus I fained by tbe removal of t quautiiy of timber. Judgmeut for LT. GOUGE T. GOLD.-Action for £25, value of a Grey Mare, saddle and bridle, and- damage sustained by BOD delivery. Judgment for plaintiff \V ILSOX v. NAT« A tc- For £ \4% wages. Judgment for the amount. PEINÓLE V. DONE AND ANOTHER-Action for £23* Ss. 6d-r accouui tor goods. Nonsuit. HACK V. GOOD-Balance of unsatisfied judgment. £7 4*. 4di Défendant was sentenced to SO dtys imprisonment on his own statemeat,. thai he had possessed the means of payment since the date of judgment.

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FULL JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL.) Thursday, January 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

Futile rc&iSDicnoK (CEIJIIXAL). Thursday-, January 3rd. Be "ore H. E. Wig'ev, Esq. Stipendary Magistrate, W. H. Trinf mer, and George Stevenson, Esq rs. Sarah ¿tar. wife of William SU17 of the Her- mitage, was charged with stealing a number of articles the property of William Hinde, from the Hermitage, on the night of (he tst ultimo. The evidence brought forward was precisely similar to that adduced before the Police Magistrate and fully reported in the Chronicle. The Court sentenced the prisoner to two months* imprisonment, wittiout hard labour.

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The Morning Chronicle. "This is true liberty when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Friday, February 4, 1853. PAUPER EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

« *33ua,Wtrna Îi^^fmh^ttVB^drSuîâai, B*vmg to adviw tte publie, nay speak free." bodied paupers from the Parish of St. ! Martin's to t his colony has iodated our con- temporaries, the Jîèywfer ?and the Times, ta enlarge nf on the subject. The Register ! writes and cfuotes from Englishpapers, and 'the limes fcnecrs at-tbe Register's wildes ! tn «pong Leader» sparkling with capitals and italics. Thia is not the time to raia the alana'of*-4 pauper emigration, when labor iß becoming scarce in the Mother Country; nor «do we fear that ia this colony menean continue in a state of pauperi««n. " t; There" is something ía^coming to&jaeyr country which iudnees irien io' ih^w off theil parish Bondage ano^'^arisbvsloggiBh nesa ; the long interval of necessary idleness on board an emigrant vessel would be almost sufficient" to-make aman glad to work. The ambition fc of the emigrant is always raised, and his mind enlarged, by misting with a different -class of people from, those be vegetat...

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MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND UNION BANK, OF AUSTRALIA. Friday, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

MELBOURNE KATES OF EXCHANGE. BAHS: OF AUSTRALASIA AK» UNIOS BASK, or AUSTRALIA. Friday, 14th January. i Purchase Bills-On Loudon, at 30 days' sight, 7( per cent, discount. Ditto, ditto, against gold dust, 8£ per cent, dis- count. For"every additional SO days, ) percent, dis« count. On Sydney. Bathurst, and Maitland, at sight. 1} per cent di«« ount. Every additional 15 days, ¿ j»er cent discount. On Adelaide, 2 per cent discount. " v ' On Portland, at sight, 1 percent, discount. On New Zealand, at sight, 1 per cent discount. On Vau Liemen's Laud, at sight, 1 per cent dis oonot.' On Geelong, at sight, ¿ per cent premium.' I»soe Dram-On London, at 30 days' sight, 6 per cent, discount. Ditto, under ¿20, par. On Syney and Maitland, at sight, £ per cent premium. ' On Bathurst, Fortland, New Zealand,.. Van Diemeu's Land, and Adelaide, at sight, I per-cent premium. ~° On Geelong, at sight j ¿ per cent premium. : BAKE OF NEW SOOTH WALES. . . . PuichaseBills-On London, at 30 days* sight,'6i p...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

The Aet-to AtneodiheLawBoftheCnstomBÎB^nih: Austxntia Slaving receives îier;MaJea^y^4aSBeat,the> follo wing Tariff came is ferro en »he 26th of December. 1852. ARTICLES. Bacon Md hams Bagsano^sftckvcorn ......--. " Ofe,gnhny¿ and returned ...» Bales for wool. Beef and pork.... Seer, fwtw, ala, cider, and perry . J Blocking, liquid _....... Boots <ind shoes, viz. - Boots, dp« pairs Half ditto. Shoes....... ~... Childrens'. Bread and biscnit.~*~-s....... 1 Bottles, glass and stone. , Bricks-Fire and Haifa. : " other kinds... Batter. Candles-Tailow. j " Wax, sperm, &ó... Canvas... Carts and drays. Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty...¿_ Cement.». Ghees*. Coffee-. Confectionery ........ ......... Copper-sheating and nails ........ Cordage and rope-Europe. Manila. Coir and Jato ........... . Unenumerated. Cord, small, and twin« ............. Corks. «. Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat ...... Barlev ............ .. Oats".......- . ? Maize and millet. ' Pea*, be...

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EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

EXTRACTS FROM TB« Boy »bo bets is to befoged, tnt not the Siim$ for the probabiHt^ ia tn« Bojr wkn0w««o^t*erj"^ haj* 1?àt%l*rçggajron horseback «nd he'll ride lo i^JWf&^npp* ¡ . Cigars/we generally sold in betting-tltop*-! ^brs.^i^lf, aliould «pen^one'^eyesío thé* Most cf the betting-shops are about St. ïîaTtinVLané. It would not jpe bad to call ^be patron Saint of the betting-shops **' Betty Martin," as that lady's name is generally invoked in matters of a doubtful tendenoy. The young clerk who frequents the Till will soon find his way to the Compter. The betting .man is a downy-turd, that's generally found upon the turf, with black lega. *' What's the odds so long as you're happy ?"-hut we doubt if those odds are to be had at a betting-office. T^e ¿»ever knew a " sporting card/* who didn't turn up a knave. ' The men who run to Boulogne are not saddled with debi BO much as one half the horses that run. We bear of " sporting cribs," and we should say a betting-bouse is one o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

NO'ÍICE TO PASSENGEES PEE *' CLEOPATRA." j TUE Steam Tug to convey^the .Passenger»., oo íioará^ñia a*;>ove vessel, will leave the Companv's Wharf? Port Adelaide, at Ten o'clock This Morning (Fridav). _ , - A. L. ELDER & GO, ' L Agents. 3rd February. WANTED TO RENT. 4 THREE ROOMED COTTAGE, ow J?jL Wtsi or South terrace. Apply to T- E U. at the office cf this paper; SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND KORTICUL'IURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. PUBLICANS and others who wish to erect Booti« at the Show are requested to Beet the Seeretsrv on the ground, on WED-» KESDAlf NEXT, the »tb instant, at 2 «'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of balloting fer place*. The Fair will be held as usual. Br order of tte Committee, ^ <*- J. THAIN JUST, Secretary. Adelaide, Feb. 2,1858. CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Central Road Board Office, Adelaide, Feb. 2,1853. APPLICATIONS will be received at this Office, until Tuesday, 8th instant, from parties desirous of obtaining an appointment, either as Sur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

STEAM SHIP ^JQLR0PATEA.W STEAM BETWEEN ABEtAIDE, MEL- BOURNE & StSSEY, ¿x To &aü punötuaRy 7J& 4fh imtant, Tk mis uiagnificent wi ugrfoa&d Vew fro* , JL Steam Ship ~ " "Wai be iespntcheâ Jgotbpilv fj$.IcLo'cîock, Tbk llorm%t ^ and Sydney*.«afilo? a* T?¿rÜa-»dTíáy, if «oB cient inducement offers. ^ Ibis fine, vessel made ber passage from Melbourne to Sydney in 50 hours, and from Sydney (which she left on the 2lst ultimo) via Melbourne (where she was detained*four days) to this Fort, against strong south vest gales, ia six days. For terms of freight or passage, apply to A. L. ELDER & CO., îfed February, 1853. FOR LONDON. To Sail tn the beginning af February. THE splendid teak-built ship GEELONG, Al for 18 rears, 397- tons- per register, W. Ho«rlett,eomman der, being a chartered ship la- under engagement to sail iii February, and having superior cabin accommodations, will be found a most desirable opportunity for passen« ger». For Passage and Fre...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

By the Cleopatra lyéJiave. pajare- tb thV 28 th ultimo^ from-;MeibiourneCi<..i ' .wïhe Pkwnix steamer arrived at Melbourne on the 27th January, having had a pleasant" i-un, although not a remarkably^ quick one. The Argus says : - "The delay is entirely ta/be attributed to tte wretched quality pf the coals purchased' from "the Government (the' only* holders)' in Adelaide. Whilst-there, a half share- of:- the the above vessel was: purchased by A.L. Ela er, Esq., for £5,000, the remainder being equally owned by Messrs Broadfoot and Béyíus¿ of Melbourne. Amongst other cargo shs brings a quantity of fruit, vegetables, &c, from bouth Australia,-which wiii undoubtedly prove very acceptable here, and. is another small benefit to be attributed to Steam navigation. The Nelson, from London, HO days, was spoken, by the abov steamer on Wednesday evening.?" The Esccrt left the Ovens for Mellourne on the 25th ultimo, with 13,854 ounces of gold. A report had reached Geelong that ...

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ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 15TH OF NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

ENGLISH NEWS TO . THE. 15xa OF NOVEMBER. ! - By the arrival of the steam ship Cleo- patra from Melbourne, English papers have been received, io the löth November, from which we take the following eztiacts : The following are thc quotations of the English Funds on the 15th November : Consols 100| to \ for money, and lOOf to § for the accouut. Bank Stock, 223 to 224. Reduced, 99| to f. Three-and-a quarter per Cents., 102^ to 103. Long Annuities 6£. India Stock, 274 to- 276. Tndia Bonds, S3s. to 86s. Exchequer Bills, 72s. to 75s. premium. The Lisbon correspondent of the London Times writes as follows : " I am sorry to say mutiny has just taken place on board the-Melbourne, which is likely to prove fatal to a seaman named Lamert, who I was stabbed- by another named Flyn. The latter wes taken charge of by Capt. Wolridge, of the Inflexible, and is about to be lodged in the Portuguese prison along with Glass, John- son, Baily, and Paine, four sailors who took a more prominent part in the m...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD Monday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

CENTRAL SO AD BOARD .Monday, 31 S¿ January. ? Present-Capt. Freeling, Chairman ; Messrs Giles,-Chamberlain, Hewitt, and Randall, g ." * Sonnets of the Boatd. A letter was*read from the Colonial Secretary stating that there would soon- fee tooms for .the use of the Board atibe Assay Office ralada letter from the Secrecy of the Railway Board, granting'-thé continued Jjise of' two .rooms fot the present Sf the (¡e¿¡bt§l JBoaiil cou{d .alter its day of meetjng} ¿ .... \ :?-> Mr Randall movedithatithe Board in future meet on Wednesday," asihajt day-would be moV% conveníeút than Moód»y-Cff^imffmh';r* Ifringffi: a distance., -¿i*. f»:¡¿¿- ?;*£"??*.??>'; ".'=-.-'-"/;]' Carmd. * * 2v? " -, ;¡sb - _ ' - A = '.*' : . Fundt(oftheBoard. , A letter was read from the Colonial Secretary, declining^ -on the part bf his Excelleaey the ¿ieiifei}ant-Govern.or, any further advance fr^pi; tte. rt venue or the land fundr and io tiniating that during .the present high rate bf wages ii .'was -not desi...

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POLICE COURT Monday, January 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

POLICE COURT Mondât/, January 31st William Guyvtt was charged on suspicion, with assaulting and robbing I bomas Thomas, at Good- wood, on the 25th instant. Mr Parker defended the prisoner. Thomas Thomas, wko appeared in Court with his head and right hand bandaged, and Tho was ac- commodated with a ch .rr, stated that on Tuesday night list, 'between 12 and I o'clock, be was io Cume-street in company with a man named Henry Thomas, who was rather tipsy. Witness met two mea in-Carrie-street, of whom he enquired his way lo the Prince Albert public-house. Ovje of them undertook to conduct him booie, but they led him on to the Park Lands, where the mao who was with the prisoner took bis own and his mate's bundles and «ick les to carry ior bini-.. The two meo then said they were policemen, and would take him to the lock-up. Soon afterwards they knocked his hat off. and cut him on the bead with something made of koa. Witcps»shouted for assistance, and «ried out Murder several limes ; bot the...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, February S. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Messrs Plaits, Lawson, Beevor, Witt, Fiveash, Sherwin, Glandfield, Hall, Paxton, Slatter, and Hai re. ? Market and Slaughter-House.-The Com- mittee reported that the repairs of the Slaughter-house should-be commenced forth- with, and also that the road from the Butchers' Arms, on the Port-road, to the Ford should be kept open. Adopted. Finance.-Pay list,"'£l25 12s 6d; Receipts, £92 7s 4d; Balance in hand, £13 13s 4d. City Surveyor.-The report stated that cleansing had been done in various streets, and also fencing repaired ia Victoria-square; also, that a letter had been received from parties willing to contráct for cleansing the streets ; also, that a number of roots of trees bad been grubbed up and the holes left open by various parties, and that the Park Ranger should be empowered to act as special constable on such occasions. The Council agreed that that portion of the report referring to the grubbing of tre...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOL» ASSAT ÇOFFZCE.-The quantity of gold deposited oo Tuesday, was 62 ozs. 5 dwts. 0 gre., which, valued at £3 Ils per oz., amounts to ...... . . £220 19 9 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, vir. £1,461,348 15 10 gives a present total of.... £1,461,564 15 7 OOTEAGE AT NOETH ADELAIDE. - Cn Friday night last aa a lady was proceeding to the house of her brother-in-law', Mr Lewis, in Kermode street, on her return from visiting a friend, she remarked that she was followed by a man who kept a few paces behind her. On reaching the house she informed her brother* in-law of the subject, who immediately went out to see if he could see thc; fellow. On going into the road he saw a man stab a very valuable dog,-the property of the lady, in the stomach with a large kni.'e. Mr Lewis then crossed the road for the purpose of remonslraun. with the ruffian, but the mau brandished the" knife and adopted such a threatening attitude, that Mr Lewis thought it more prudent...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

GOVERNMENT j Thursday, January 37. . iàiro.Sjjrjr-Tba following portíimí of Croira lasas wBl be ofier^ for sale 1w pubUc'aootkMi, at tb«I«eareoart rfoun. Adelajie,W=1^rsäfcy, ^ or March, Í853, ai ll o'clock. 33epoiit 10; péttêèfct;-.. Tova SECrxoirs. " '" ? Coaalx tobe,-Tjowi^|ip:of Bohfe^ ^ XoL See. *.. *. Prise.. . -, . " ? "" v ;£>? ? , 1 "-40- 4tr I O 2 10 41 *t . I O 2 IO ios- lea i.o à io na \i% i o 2 to l\3 Ü8 1 O 2.ÍÓ eotaïBT astrosa. Count/ Adelaida, Weat of Wiçl&aafr Pitt Triiro nometrieol ' Station, Hundred of Willunga. Plas ' 75. :" . ' ' ' Lot; Seo: Acres Price. £? 7667 53fA ' lf3 Î63 7668 531 155 156 7669 532 79 79 7670 533 54 5* Cûantj Adeliide, near Morphett Vaîe, Hundred of Noarlunga. Pian 101. 7«7t -690 76 76' - Connty Sturt, Sooth vest of Keyne's Hill Trigono- metrical Station, Hundred of Sooth Rto 767â . 508 60 80 7673 507 60 80 7674 508 . 80 80 7675 5U9 "80 80 76"6 5t0 SQ- 80 7677 511 77 77 7678 SIS 76 76 7679 513 60 60 7680 514 80 80 . 76S1 515 80 SO...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. A BEI VKB. January 31 -The steamer Cleopatra, 1500 tons, j H. lt. Cumming, from Sydney 2 Ut J au na ry, and j Melbourne 28th, with 110 passengers. Same day-The A. ß. ÄL S. Co's ncrew-steamer I Melbourne, 1830 tons, L S. Hutton, from London, 15th October. Passengers-Messrs W-W. tirown, C. Tvler, R. 51. Brown, A. G. Cullum, D. Graham, T. Bury, J. S. Sibbald, A. Paton, A. Matheson. D. Cooper, P. Clocte, in (he first cabin ; sud £0 in the second and third cabins. .Same day-The hi ig Circassian, 3:7 tons. Ridley, from Port Lincoln, 25th January, with 20 passen- gers. Cargo-4C0 hales wool. A. L. Elder and Cc. Same day- -The schooner Marchioness, J 7*» Cona, Fowler, from Table Bay, 15th December. Passen- gers-Messrs Du Poss and Salem is the cabin, and Collins ki the steerage. February 2-The barque. £a<fy Sandys, 323 tons, H Pentreath, from London, and from » ape Town, 24th December. Passengers -Mrs Vigod and three children, Mrs Gresham, Messrs Dacomb and S...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 February 1853

IMPOUNDINGS.   Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga-One strawberry steer, snail horns, F near shoulder ; one bay ; mare, black points, JP nrar shoulder, e» and j like A off shoulder, with cfaesnut filly foal, ¡ star on forehead, and vrhiie tail. If not claimed, will he sold 21st Februar v. i W. KING, Poundkeeper.   Impounded at the public pound, Angas Park-One blue strawberry and white bullock cock horns, like O off ribs, like WL near T shoulder; one yellock -bullock, cock horns, ear marked, SJE off rump, PH near shoulder, PH AG near ribs ; one dark brown and white bullock, JM off rump, like L off thigh, loop D B horns, blotch farand near rump. If not, claimed, to be sold on the 21st of February, at noon. J. S; PLUSH, Poundkeeper.   Impounded atthe publicnound, Section 981, Barossa--One strawberry COÏT, like. S. near: shoulder, like Bwtlutn circle near ribs; «ne brindled steer, i&iiig back¿nd belly, like B with...

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SHIP MAILS. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

SUP HAILS. ÍTidaj,--Febnmry ll. Mails will be dispatch ea"*s ander «For Great Britain, by the-Brooksby, to Louden, on Monday, lath instant, at half-past 8. iFoc Victoria, by the Seo Wüch\ thia day, at half past 12 ; and by the ^etma and Pheemx (steamer) on Saturday, 12th iosfcant, at 11. ¿Tor Port Lincoln, by the Emu, this day, at 11.

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. -GfRAIK AMD .FLOOR KABKET. -Wheat, 6« 6d Flour. £18 lus ©Uto, seconds. £16 los. Barley, English, 6s to 6s 6d per bushel* -*' Cape, 4s 6d to 5s per bushel ?Oats, 7s per bushel. Bran, ls Sid Pollard, 16 21 OHAS. J. TU sr er. ?Carrie street, next to G. H. Fox and -Co.

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, February 10, 853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

SHARE U&T. King William-street, February 10. 1853. Borras -Last sales £129. KOKET MAEKET. , Money on Freehold, 10 to 12¿ pei- cent. Ditto on Barrs scrip,-«nd sma'l loans, 15 per * cent. ..... í Ditto "on discounts,-leasehold, and othersecurity » aStoSO per oent. ,V : cota SIBKET. *~ - Gold, £3 12s to ¿3 }2s S3. JNO. ElCHAfiDSOtfi1 " , D. MELVILLE J Brokers.

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