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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

^STEAK-SHIP «CLEOPATRA: ?STEAM mrWEm ADELAIDE, MEL-' On or about the ist Harth. ' frPHE megnificent and unrivalled swift iron JL steamship" j . CLEOPATRA; ». i 1600 tons, ÖSOO 4iorse .power,-again may he . expected to sail as Above -on ot- about the 1st FórjS*sSS¿wmlt' to -nas =- * A"i.^ELÏÏBa^cXO. ftn^eb^aijr, Í8*a, : STEAM TO MEIJJOIJRNE. TITHE powerful steamer JL PBONIX, " Capt. *Pookleyl&&ving arrived from Melboame ofter a quick passage of three Says, wiil be - despatched again fer vthat Port on * Saturday. - the 12th instan Vet 1 oîclbck . For freight or passage appiy^w" A. L. ELDEKÍ& CO-, 9th,Fehru«ryr483& JOR MELBOURNE. THE iiuefavmirite clipper brig ANNA DIXON, 189 ton«, Dawson, commender, now daily expected, viii sail within three days-after arrival, i For freight or passage applyto CAPT..B. TAPLEY, Port. J. POWELL, Exchange; or . CAPT. DUFF, King William street and Port. NEW ALBION HOUSE, LATE " MORNING CHRONICLE " OEE1CB, COMPANT'-S BUILDIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

Po'ShA ro Eftg leginnitip of February. A fflftEgptendîà teafcbmlt ship ' - * ^3RSJ ^AlWiSféirvteî 'ions ¿|** / der,.fein» a chartered ship is ^H^cfagqg^hieoí ta! sail "ii¿Febraaryr. «tnd Mv^ig-superior )^hîi^ açc{^motiatiops,.vjU.Î>e found "à mpst*d^:rjble'9p'pOTÄaitj*ibr.paiö geri» :c ' '. ? vtov-? -.-.-i .'? For Pastaje ¿n<l ¡Fr«i>h|íit<¡teld:oiJyjrappJí to the Captain on board,ot to ' .A. LC KLBfeît & CO. Kovásbfcr 67. : -.vii FOit iONDláN. Ta/oUow the « 2^amw?»<&i* " f 7 /v_ . ( flflÎïjR .^super^or first-class ' ' 'XT rtíá«fóe 0 ' : fn ! .> $ ggpfc-.; -ACTSB-X<m&BBi ,, ' 1 llLJiw, -, ^*K/PMr*e Gosn^nandjer, has . ': Veen laiir on the" Wrtb * for London^ and'will bê despatched-Ití all Feb mary..: ; - , This* vessel lia» excelle.it Cabin áccommoda tíonvfor Passengers. For freight of VVool and Gold, and for te rms of passage, apply .to AL. ELDER ft CO. Jannary 14. STEAM TO MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. nnilE Penin...

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SIGNS OF RETURN TO THE OLD FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

SIGNS OF RETURN TO THE OLD FAITH. Otrß respectablecontemppraiy, the Register, has for some time past advocated, in ita own way, what is usaallytermed the Voluntary principle., Our surprise at this course,has"' always equalled the grief which it excited... 'within us^grief -occasioned not'only ^y seeing osgood rause impeded by~ ¿be op- position of a powerful joarnai, but abro and chiefly by the probabilify^thát the general character-of the- Pjsess would be lowered by the insinuation that oar contemporary no. dertook the defence of a principle when and because it seemed.to "oepopular. Feeling assured that the luminous intellect that now guides the Register'* notions could never be imposed upon by the cant , and sophistry j that have been urged against National sup- port of religious institutions, ve have con- stantly assumed that it «ras yielding to a ! supposed necessity, and, going : with, the stream. This view has from time to tims , received confirmation from, certain articles whi...

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

mW*. . 4Kf.t« jsxmm Gola^t^JbeasBÍaj( 41 i/Mö p^reél í»r Öd« íewí tban>tw«>1y íeBWstóiaíK . , . , " igiug-i iMsa* bo^fc ihe»wej¿iht rf tl»* Gojd, fte d*|e ot*».. t¿^bS^aNMWêrifet^*^ 6,rî ??í fc?íi^¿-al> SÍ tJbe oirfa^^ftliott^ <! ;»¡-Tb»» á¡gftglwV»í WWr¿ of tbe'tfíoldy or « bis agent, io Batb ^^yt^h^hbe ^px ,s#¿« prnojf,-» 'bf the orá%at (Pnght ofrthe ji^^^aft.,^ «ase any disputé should aferwardswse respecting rt ' ; Gùm^ï^éÀie*;^ml^m^ wUl.'b^n^e completiorifef ¿ácb entry, ^ré teilte ?< %earer«f tbs <3oäd a .-written rwpiptí . epecífyiBg tbe ftieigbt of «fdt <3*1d, -and tte, name of. tte wbere itis to be delit^Tjed. ^ ; 7. In <àsè the person. bHognjjg' Öie -Gu|d Éhaíl reqoîr^iC'tue <5bVí*nníetit Assayer; or ffis «sretánt^ '-' «íltselect trnrn-rtbe Gold asampie%3Ífera>f,enot^ being morethan one jart in« handled »f tLe-1 «ame;,and the sample.spjjel^ted^ .sefM With the v «eal bribe Go'véifninèct: Àssa>ër....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

At Clapham Rise, Brockwell, Surrey on the 31st August, William Fowler Esq., Examiner of   H. M. Customs, London, in the 49th year of his age At Melbourne, on the 22nd ultimo, Mr Charles James Judd, late of Adelaide, and formerly of Rugby, Warwickshire, aged 35? years.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED     February 8- The Dutch ship Walvisch, 763 tons, Schutt, from London, 4th November. Passengers Mr and Mrs Watt and child Mr and Mrs Hutchin son, Miss Draper, Miss Moore, Mr and Mrs Turner, Mr Duchesne, and Mr Allen, surgeon, in the cabin ; 108 in the intermediate ; and 90 in the steerage. Same day-The barque Orpheus, 360 tons,   Petrie from Melbourne, 30th January, with 92 pas- sengers.   February 9-The barque Lady. Sandys, =323 tons, I H. Pentreath, from London, and from Cape Town,1 -27th December. .Passengers -Mrs -Yigod and three children, Mrs Gresham, Messrs Dacomband Stigait, in the cabin. - -> Same day-The steamer Phoenix, 408 tons, Pocklay, from Welbon nie, S th instant. Passengers -Messrs High, Ewes, Boran. Plssled, Hodgkiss, White, Nicholls, Mocatta, Godenbarg, Arra mau. Clark, Mrs" Ewes, Mrs tiokïn, in the cabin; and IU in the steerage. Same day-The brig Anne,- 250 ton«, lïambliu, from ...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 11 February 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS. G o VEEivMENT GAZETTE,-A Proclamation has been issued bj the Lieutenant-Goveraor that in consequence of the quantity of gold brought to the Assay Office during the con- secutive period of four weeks, ending on the 29th of January last, having amounted to less than 4000 ounces, the Assay Office will be j closed from and after the 17th instant \ APPOINTMENTS.-His Excellency has ap-j pointed the following persons :-Mr Wm. Hinde, to be Stcnnd Cltrk of the Supreme Court, to act as Clerk of . An signs, Associate and Judge's Clerk ; Sprjeant^Major Lamb, to he an Inspector of Police tor Gold Escort Service ; Serjeant Hall to be Serjeant Major vice Lamb promoted. Several additions to-the Mounted and Metropolitan Police Force ; Randolph Isham Stow, Esq., to be a Notary LICENSES FOR MACBIAGE.-The Rev. Wm. Oldham has been appointed to grant licenses for Marriages for the District of Light. ECHUNGA GOLD FIELD.-AU applications for the grant or renewal of licences for the Echunga Go...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. January 29, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

January 29, 1853. Considerable activity couti ines in oar markets generally,. and sales lo** laqe extent have taktn |pîaçe. . ? . v Spirúscontínae WgL-^Bra idy, Ifarteli's brands' are realising 13s to 13s ¡ ;aih&-jbr*nds from l is to Í2E.-Bottled Wines are acarpo and much warned. -OraughtPorteria particularly sear ce.--Liverpool Salt la very s wrce ; JEld per toa could be realised .fbr any quantity.-Tobacco fias a downward ten- dency. -Teas are not mach enquiredÎor.-Oilman's : Stares are scarce, and niajiy descriptions would .realise high prices.- Providions of ¿ll!ikihds are much lower. ! . ! £ s. d. £ s. d BEEB-Barton Ale, hhd... Í 9 O O to IO 0 0 Other do, hhd .*. ¡ 6 10 0 7 .0 0 Bottled do, doz ........ ' 0 1-4 O OOO Taylors porter, hhd .... none - Other do, hhd. 6 6 O - 9 O 4) Bottled do, doz none SPIRITS-Brandy, Martelle, in hoad, gallon ...... 0 13 0 O 13 6 Geneva, case, 4 gallon do 15 0 OOO Ram, BP IO or. gallon do 0 4 3 fi 5 & Do, 15 to 25 c-P, gallon do 0 5...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. «BAIS AMD FLOUS UABSET Wheat, 6s 6d to 6s 8d Floor, £18 10s to £19 Barley, English, 6s 6d to 6s Sdper bushel " Cape, 4s 3d to 5s per bushel Oats, 6s to 7s per bushel. Bran, ls 2d Pollard, ls 4d ' CHAS. J. BA BRT. Currie street, nett to G. H. Fox and Co.

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SHARE LIST. Sing William-street, February 14, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

SHARE LIST. Sing Wilüam öreet, Febraarv 14. 1853. Bmrras-Last sales, f 133. MONET MARKET. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12¿ per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and small loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. GOLD MABEET. Gold, £3 14s Brokers.

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THE EFFECTS OF THE NEW GOLD FIELDS ON AGRICULTURE. (From the Mark-Lane Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

THE INFECTS OF Tjíll SSw:íKi¿Í*i FIELDS ON A&RÎfjrjl_ëÔBB. j (From the Mark-Lane jßxpress.) There is no error more prevalent than that of mistaking money for wealth j and high prices for -prosperity. The masa î>f commodities, of implements, and tha chintfry, constitute, with other in?eans ;bj', employing Labour, the material wealth bf .a community. Money, oir metallic wealth, is only tíbe measure of the value bf- these commodities with respect to one another j aud its amount will always beat a very small proportion to the material-wealth of every country. Value and price, toe. are frequently confounded. The value of -*hy tbing is its power of purchasing other com- modities. Its price is the quantity of money which it will purchase. A quarter of wheat wyi still exchange for two quarters of oats, or a quarter and .a half "of barley, whether wheat sell for 40s or 80s, oats for 20s or 40s, and barley for %0s or 60s. lu the simple states of society com- modities are exchanged ...

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. Bread 6d per 2lb loaf Floor 3¿d per lb DAIRY PRODUCE. Batter, fresh ls ?d per lb Cheese ls to ls 4d per lb Milk £d per quart Eggs ls 6d to2s per dozen Pork Sd to 10á per lb Ham ls 3d to la 9ddo Bacon ls to ls 4d do Geese 6s to 1 Os each Fowls 6s to 8s per pair Pigeons 3s do Dncks 7s 6d to 9s do Wild ditto, 5s per brace= Teal2s6ddo Quail lado - Turkeys I Os to 15s each VEGETABLES* Potatoes 2J per lb Cabbages 3d to 6d each - Turnips la per dozen i Carrots 4d per bunch Garlic l's to ls 6d "per lb Onions 6d do Shalots4ddo Cucomber6 2d to 6d each Vegetable marro ws 3d to 8d each Watercress 2d to Sd per bnnch Lettuce none ' Celery none . ? Spring radishes Bone ' Chillies 4d to Gd per dozen ' Horse-radish 6d to Sa çer stick Parsley 2d per bnnch " Peas 2s 6d per peck Frendi beans ?d.:. Broad benns nose-" . ' -" Jerasalem articbokes 6d per lb " Pompkina 3d to 5d e*eh RD», Apples ls edpjer lb Apricots la=te'Ss fier doz*» Colonial lemons none Î?gs 6d to Isáos &....

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MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET,. Tlie -demand for labonr'Bas därrogtbe Week been nnoaually brisk, bot servants, in «nany instances, eontiñne to ask higher^wages tíiañ mästen feel in», clined to giré. - me fouowmg axe ^ ôDrmt rates* of vages:- . - »--:/..-j;.-:/ -' " ? i MamedoonpleSjwiUipatfam^f^snnnm, wïtb . ¡ rations, £60 to £70 . Ditto, with" family^ " Shepherds, with rations, perannum, £30 to £35 Hatkeepan, per«nnom, with^atiöns,£30 -- General fara servants, with rations, per annum, £40 to £56 Shearers, 30a per 1Ó0 sheep Beaners,£5s par acre Bollock drivers, with rations, per ann am, £60 to £70 T '" " . Ditto for the roads, 60s per week," with rations Labourers for the roads, lOs per day, witheut rations Carpenters, daily, 12s to 15s, per day, with rations Dhto, 18s to SOs per day, no rations < Bush carpenters, with rations, per annum, £50 to £60 Stockkeepers, with rations, per annum, £40 to £50 Cooks, male, 35s to 45s per week j Grooms, with ration«; per annam, £40 to £50 I...

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The Morning Chranicle. This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise Oie public, may speak free." Euripides. Adelaide: Tuesday, February 15, l853. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

?jje 3Maritmg Cortóte. *. This is true liberty, when free-born men, i Having- to advise Oie publie, may speak free." , - Euripides. Adelaide : tuesday, February Íb, lS53. EDUCATION. THB Report of the Edue&Uon Board, in* eluding that of tho Inspector of Schools, is unfortunately too long for os to publish at length, but it is too important not to meet with some notice. The number of teachers of licenced schools in the colony has been diminished this quarter by five, and the number of boys receiving instruction is less by 125 ; then there is an increase in the girls of Si. There are only eight male teachers in Adelaide, and nineteen female teachers, but in the country tbe male i teachers are most numerous. The at» i tendance on the conntry schools is still ir. j regular, and the complaint of the teachers is echoed by Mr Wyatt, that there exists a torpid indifference on the matter of Educa» tion in the colony. The report tends to prove that if schools are less numeróos now than...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

SHIPPING INTELMGJSNCE. January 11--The brig Empress, 257 lons, 3Sew¿ ioaá, lrpm 6haDgfad SUth Deeember... Fdssenger Slr Serpentina, in tbe cabin. Same day-The barwite Walter Scott, 300 tons. Crouch, fran Maarhws, 9th Janauy, with 65 passengers.- ? - . ? - February1 tfi-Hie bannie Fscforûx, 244 ton a, R. Harphy, from Jaanritins, January Jsv Passengers <^Mw.Ke{&ew «Bdserrjoi^jBlr^ Messrs Arice, Boueherat, Menulle, Chrestien, Do- dos, Pelwius, and Lefebure, io- the cabin ¡ and 36 fri the steerage. . - February is-The brig Anna Dixon, 250 tons; Kirbji fiom?Mdboun» 7th February, with 90 pas- sengers. Same day-The brig Zo«? Montgomery, I &4 ions, J Frances, ftom Melboiuiiej 6tt Fshroat^, with fin - Same day-The schooner Daphne, BS tasSf liaitin, fyom jGniehenJisy. C1 KABED OUT. , ^bruaiar 1Ï-The schooner Josephine Zoizeav, 74 tons, láiconin. Jot Fort FJKot and Melbourne^ with~j20»«sem*ers tQ^e Cabin.' "* - ^melray;-The hng Circassian. SlJ lons, Ridler., for Port...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. THE SIXTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

NEW SOUTH WALES. THE SIXTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. New South Wales this day completes the sixty-fifth year of her age. And it is not a little remarkable, that not until she bad completed her grand climacteric was either her character or her destiny rightly understood. We knew of the purity and, blandness of her climate, the richness of her natural pastures, the varied capa- bilities of her soil for the purposes of tillage, the value of her mineral deposits, as regards, at least, coal, copper, and ¡ron. We knew of the surpassing rapidity with which she had advanced from the con- dition of a penal settlement to that of a great and prosperous colony We could not doubt that these resources and this ad- vancement gave assurance that in the course of a few generatioua she would pass from the position of a flourishing colony to that of a powerful state, and in but a few generations more the powerful state might become the centre of a mighty empire All this we knew, all this we hoped, ere yet ou...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Monday, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Monday, February 14. William Spence Laughton, alias Naughton, pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of trousers, the property of Thomas Holland, and also with stealing a saddle the property of A. B. Evershed, at the Black Forest, on the 27 th January. Sentenced deferred. Allan Weale pleaded guilty to an indictment charging him with stealing a quantity of clothing the property of Messrs Farmer aiad Hodgkiss, his employers, on the 1st December, and to a second indictment charging him with stealing from the dwelling-house of Jane Hamilton, seventeen pro- missory notes of the value of £97, the property of James Fennell, on the 30th November last, he pleaded not guilty. Jane Hamilton and James Fennell were then called, but not answering. Bis Honor ordered that their recognizances should be estreated. Eliza Thompson was indicted for stealing a silver watch, chain, and gold key, valued £9 17s, and eight sovereigns, the property of William Norman, on the 26th J...

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POLICE COURT Friday, February 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

POLICE COUST Friday, February 1 Uh. Wvliam West wes charg&d on suspicion of stealing j a pocket-book on the 10th instant. Joseph Swan, dealer, tn Morphett-street, stated ¡ that on Thursday last a young woman who resided j next door but one to hive, came and asked him te I step over to 'Her house.'' Witness went there, when j be saw the prisoner in one of the back rooms with a : pocket-book examining the contents. Some con- versation took place between them, and witness then left and returned to his house followed by the' prisoner. Prisoner entered his house and took up a j knife which was on the table, and brandished it ! about making use of very abusive language. The ; ! police came in and the prisoner gave the pocket- j book to them saying, that it belonged to a German ! friend of his. j Polic 3 Constable Dalton stated that from in- ] ! formation he received he proceeded in company with Police Constable Clarke to the house of the ! last witness, ia Morpheti-stree,*, where ...

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Female Servants. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

Female Servant*. Thorough serrants, pw annum, £20 to £90 Housemaids, do, £25 to £a0 Lanndreases, do, £30 te £95 Nursemaids, do, £15 to £20 Cooks, do, £30 to £40

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Seamen. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

Seamen. To London, by the run, £45 American coast, do, £40, or £8 per month East or West Indies, do, £40 China, do, £40 Colonial ports, do, £6 Ditto, monthly, £6 to £10

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