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

©mit for^wM on ^uèsuays and W *jn.%nd S:r^,s«bje& tjohs;- i .', ? ? - «>. ? * , ^ i' - yerifm^frsaa^^ Office, mthe Govern -" ?«.«?« street, beweea the no Tiiesdáysand&ldayg.. 4. No :paj^ of Gold less in, «^ilif«1ltVKeei^-^:?*:?^>*P^, - 3. Op^ a parcel of eold:l^g;4pre*enjteo¿«t^ office, ^eGoverument Ass^er,^or ;h«)aashit«nf^ will proceed, mibe presenee of the person feragtog snehGoidjto weigfetbe sd^:.tend;win«n(^ Otilia aBsafboopc thç^ receîyt, and the 'name Of theOwner tbereoíVtáMt&er with the iiaWof U&Sam^^ whejLassajed yid ameláis to be. deJiyered .<o,,er tn thebrder, of Che owner.' ,s -' ' ~* j 4. Tlieaho^-meatieoed^m^in'libe *s6syjboa!c «hall .be signed -hy thepersoji hrpmng Jhe «old ; and in case such persbtf be not lMe owEéVof will be required to bring- a-written ^i$or^v^Ifa the owner, Authorising him to sign such entrfw ._ . 5. The signatnraof ile %w»er -ofr&e>»cîä';«w, his agent, to snch entty^sübe íák^ 'as¿ of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

AfcTIfAESBDBjECT TO M ^AI.08»TM^ 01 * Carriages ; clocks and watches j droga unenuoíe-* ¡ rated^furatOTe V I mäimFactorcs ; groceries and oilmen's stores »ot j enumerated; :'-jewelery, plàtè andpïated' goédsj I paper manufactores, not eounJerated % -pcrfiuneiy/ll* ! piftes, «otofcommon daj ; spices, DOtenumerstedS stationary, uneimmerated \ unenumerated articles manufactured. AETICI.ES SUBJECF TO AH A» VALOSEH BOTT or ' . 5.PEUCEKT. , Apparel and slops; cutlery and hardware ; dra- pery, haberdashery, hosiery, millinery Î msnnfactu resof silk Hoes, cotton, wool, and . hair ; earthen- ware and china; grindery ; iiw manufjactu^es, not ennroeraied r implements and tools ; Je^djmaoafsç turéd; ..leather, manufactures tujenumeratepi saddlery and harness ; tinware and .tia plates ; zinc, atid manufactures of ditto; manufactures of wppdj unenumerated articles, raw« " . , - SUBJECT IO A DCTT OF 6 PS» «EST. Copper, manufactures of. ' ' , - raEjS ii-ST. , Animals, living; baggage of passengers;...

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THE NEW TARIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

The Act to Amena the Lavs of the Customs in South Australia havicg received her liajetty's assen t, the. I following Tariff came üi f*>rce on the ?6th «f December. 1852. ARTICLES. Bacon and hains ................ Bags and sacks,com -. -. » 0re> ganny, arni rei urned ; . . . Bales for wool. Beef and pork. ............ Beer, perw-r, ale, cider, and perry .. Blacking, liquid. paste............J. Boots and shoes, viz.-Boots, doz pairs Halfdiito ....... Shoes... Childrens1. Bread and biscuit. Bordes, glass and stone . Bricks-Fire and ¡ash.... " other kinds. Butter -..-.. Candles - Tallow. " Wai, sperm, &c. Canvas.. Carts and drays ....-.. Waggons and timber carriage's ...» Casks, empty... Cement..» Cheese. Coffee.. Confectionery ........ . Copper-sh eating and nails ........ Cordage and rope-^fiurope""....... Manila. Coir and J ole ............. Unenumerated ........... .. Cord, small, and twine ............ Corks. Coro, mea), and flour-Wheat .. .'. . . Barley ............ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. STAKEMANÜä" and LOCKWOOD, io ' acquainting their friends and the public of their removal to the premises known as Mr Nathan's Store, adjoining- Doran's Family H orel, Currie street, beg to invite attention to their.choice stock of Brandy, kartell's ü. V Ditto Pale ditto ditto Rum, Jamaica Old Tom, Browning's * Wbiskv, Campbelltown Brandy, Pale, Ü. V., bottled Geneva, Rotterdam, in red cases Wines, Port, Pale Sherry } Tq ^ ^ a . I **** Champagne, Frontignac Claret, Chateau Margaux Sauterne, Hock, Mosella, &c. -London bottled Porter and Ale Burton Ale-Alisop's, in bottles Bass's, No. 3, in hhds Sic. &c. &c None bat genuine and good articles Terms-Cash on delivery. Currie street, Nov. 27tb, ISÖ2 COLLEGE EDUCATION. A LBERT HOUSE ACADEMY, Victoria XJL square; under the direction of Mr F. H URE, A.Ç., T.C.D., assisted hy Mr J. Ryan, late Science Scholar, T.C.D., and J. Sheridan, M..D. TEEMS : . Board with Instruction in Greek, Latin French and En...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

T>ÍTE8 of EXCHANGE'W th«J|5& SX AuatralUn Batiking t3otnpairjf Bask ol Australasia, «od Union Bank of Australia, Aójete Issue Drafts on London, at 30 day*' «gat, at 3 per cent, discount. Issue Drafts on Sydney 1 Ditto Bathurst I .. lWjiâïj Ditto Melbourne > Ditto Geelong ^nt^reimum. ~Ditto*~- -Portia»! j - ~ T«Ü F°baÏÏÏrl At three days' Ditto TOUngiOR. J cent- Premmm Buy Bills on Xondon, at 30 days! sight, at H per cent.' discount, and i per cent .for every1 additional thirty days. Buy Billa on Sydney,' Ditto Bathurst Ditto Maitland - Ditto .Melbourne { At üfteen: days' Ditto- Geelong "V sight, at 1 per Ditto. Portland { «eat discount. 'Ditto Hobart Town :( Ditto Launceston j Ditto Auckland I Ditto Wellington J And the Bank« purchase Victoria Gold Dust at the uniform rate of £3 Hs per ounce. CITY ARMS XtVEBT STABLES ANS STOCKYARDS. KINO WrX33AJtC-STB£ET, ADELAIDE. DANIEL BONHAM begs to inform Vis friends and the public generally, 'that he .has taken the Stables andôtoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

STEAMSHIP "ÏLEOPATEA.' STEAM BETWEEN ADEt,4ÍDE, MEL- BOURNE, Afc D¡ SYDNEY. (Probably calling ¿t Portland' Bay.) On or. aboutrtktrttt March. rpgE roagsificeafclaod unrivalled wift iron 1 JsT-- steamship 1 - ? ? CLEO PA TRA, - tot«, SOO itera* power, again may be expected to sail as above on or about tho 1st' of March. - - ; ., j: For passage apply to -''A- ;-r r. ,*A. 3k ELBEB & £0. 6th February, 18S3.; * AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, THE splendid Iron Steam-ship MEZBOWRXB; Al, 1500 tons, SOO" horse ¡tower, James S. Hutton, commander, is expected Tiere on her return to London, on or ahout the 20th in- stant. ' i Parties intending, to phip gold, hy this Steamer are reqiiesled to make early applica- tion io the un&rsigned, for t^e'purpose of having it weighed. The Agent« are prepared to receive applica- tions For passage berths in this vesssl, which may be vacant oh her arrivai here, ! A. L. ELDER & CO. Feb. 14, 1853. AUSTRALIAN HOYAL MAIL STE...

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SHIP MAILS. Tuesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

SHIP MAILS. Tuesday, February 15. Mails 'will be dispatched as under For Great Britain, bj the Brooksby, to London, this -day, at half-past 3 ; and by the A- fi. M. S. Melbourne, expected about the 20th instant For Victoria, by ¿he Hay Flower, this day, at half past 3 ; and by the Anne, on Wednesday, the l?th instant, at 2. For Sydney, by the Packet, this day, at 11. For Port Lincoln, by the Emu, this day, at H.

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MAURITIUS [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

-y-? MAURITIUS ' ' By the Waltsr Scott we have Mauritius ' papers to the 6th alt. . The French barque Milan was sold on the 30th December to the highest bidder, by order of the Admiralty, and realized 8.710 dollars - Among the Teasels loading with a quantity of sugar on board,on the 30th December,wenotice the Sans Pareil for this colony, with 250,280 -, lbs. sugar. j Freights to the United Kingdom were j nominal, at £3 2s. ?d., the rate of the last ; charter. There was scarcely any tonnage available. j It would appear that a company is likely to ; be formed in France for effecting a line of steam ' communication between Suez, Aden, Bourbon, and the Maari'.ius I It appears from extracts from the Bourbon I papers, that the Gold news has occasioned an extensive spirit of emigration to Australia in that island ts well as in the Mauritius. Two vessels bad sailed a short time previously for ¡ I that destination, a third wa* to start in a fort-1 I nigktj and several others were to follow. ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

MUNICIPAL oUNClL. Thursday, February 10. Present, ali the members except Mr Solomon and Mr Witt. Finance.-Amount of weekly expenditure audited, £265 8s 4d; Passed for payment, £31 15a 4d; Balance in hand, £37 ls 3d. The Committee in their report expressed regret that the funds at the disposal of the Corporation were insufficient to meet the our», rent expenses- . The Clerk in answer td a question from die' Mayor, informed \ the Council {bat the re- quired surities were ready to enter min a bond on behalf of the Collector, who might commence the work of collection in a. few days. ' Contracts.-A letter from Mr- Bogers, the contractor for the repairs at the Slaughter house and the1 Foot bridge,' requesting part payment oh accoaift of one or other of : his contracts, was read by the Town Clerk. A The letter was addressed to the Town Clerk, but had not been referred io fheFinance Com- mittee, and conseqnenüy 'was not alluded to in their report. , After some discussion it was resolved tha...

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PAUPER EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND. [From the Grovernment Gazette, 10th February] Colonial Secretary's Office, February 9, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

PAUPER EMIGRATION FROM ENG- LAND. £From the Grovemment Gazette, 10th February] Colonial Secretary's Office, February 9, 1853. «. His Excellency tbeLieutenant-Governor di- rects the publication of the following' memorial and report on the subject of the Pauper Emi- gration by the Calcutta, for general information. By His Excellency's command, B. Ï. FINNISS, Colonial Secretary. PAUPER EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND " Adelaide, February 4th, 1853. " Sir-Having learnt from several articles which have recently appeared in the South Australian Register, that a systematic attempt to relieve themselves of the burden of main, taining their destitute poor by means of emi- gration to the Australian Colonies is con- templated by the parochial authorities of the metropolitan and other parishes of England ; that tue scheme bas been practically commenced by the actual shipment to this colony of some sixty parish paupers, men, women, and children, "from the parish of St. Martin's-tn-the-fields, by the Cal...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. GENERAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

during the week, and pnces ha« fallen in propor- tion, bot are «Uli very big»/ The foUownW exe tiie prices carrent--- - C^tíbagea aha*anliibtiers 6s to ISs perdes. _ Xanyps Cf perdojc Carrots «doer deren - - - . . , Parsnips fis per ditto ? Asparagus is per básalo Spinae ls ^er ditto lances 6s per dozen *--. Ploma 2s Gd per lb ; French beana lOd per tb : Pears Ss per dozen ? ? , Apples 6d per "lb Gooseberries ls fid per qaart ; Cherries Ss' fid pear lb" : ? cr:' . " : : Green peas Sd per quart New potatoes 4d per lb Butter 3s per lb Eggs 4s ad per dozen Geese and tarkeya 10s «ach "3 Ducks and fowls 10*per pair- * v

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

LOCAL AFFAIRS. TBS GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, «as 88 ozs. 16 dwts. 0 grs.f which, valued at £3 11s per oz., amounts to. £315 4 10 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz. £1,462,514 ll 8 gives a present total of.... £1,462,829 16 6 COHONER'S INQUE3T.-On Saturday morn- ing last, George Stevenson, Esq., Coroner, held an inquest, at Mr Ferrer's" public-house, Port Adelaide, on the body cf John Davis, who was drowned in the harbour on the pre- . vious day. It appear-d that the deceased was ! bathing with some, companions on Thursday! when it is supposed he was seized with cramp, j The jury returned a verdict of accidental < death. I MESSRS. GRANT AND ROBERTS-In our pub- lication of the 3rd instant ve described the circumstances which had occasioned very serious apprehensions for the safety of the young gentlemen above named, who were sup- posed to have lost themselves in the bush during s journey from Pekeuna, tba station of Mr ...

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SCIENCE, AND ART. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE.' [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

SCIENCE AND ART. To the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE."   SIR,—Since forwarding you Letter No. 1, published in the Morning Chronicle of the 8th November last, I have heard that the writer of that and the following is now in England, superintending the publication of his three works on the country and natural productions of the Brazils, and that his remaining brother is in California, sur- veyor to a company employing 150 men to cut "a canal to bring the river Stanislaus   a large tract of land, rich with gold, but   useless without plenty of water."   Of Letters 2 and 3, the first was written previous to, and the other soon after, No. 1. NATURAE AMATOR.

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LETTER 2. Para, Brazil, October. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

LETTER 2. Para, Brazil, October. I am in a few days going over to the island Marajo, in the main mouth of the Amazons, where there is said to be an immense number and variety of birds. The country for some 100 miles round the city is almost a perfect flat, except a slight elevation of about 40 feet on which the city stands. The whole is covered with a dense virgin forest. For two or three miles round the city the forest has been cut down and a second growth of wood has sprung up, producing different plants and insects. The most striking features of the forest are the im- mense variety of the trees, their enormous height, and the abundance of climbers and creepers which grow around and hang from them. The variety of trees is astonishing. There are 20 or 30 commonly used for timber, each having some peculiar properties render- ing it fit for some peculiar use. Two produce white pitch as it is called here, a kind of pitchy camphor which is used in boat building ; several have the bark ...

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EXTRACT FROM LETTER III. Guia, Upper Rio Negro; January, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 February 1853

EXTRACT FROM LETTER III. Guia, Upper Rio Negro ; January, I have now penetrated into the interior seventeen hundred miles from Para, and can assure you that the country is capable of pro- ducing ample returns for man's labour and will supply the industrious with every necessary and luxury of life. Sugar, coffee, tobacco, cotton, rice, Indian corn, mandioces, yams, sweet potatoes, melons, pine-apples, &c., are a few of the articles of prime importance which are produced in the greatest abundance without anything that can be properly called cultivation,   for plough and spade are unknown in the country, and manure has, of course, never been heard of. In animals, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry of all kinds breed readily, and the rivers produce abundance of fish of a superior   quality.   The aborigines are a race of handsome in-   telligent people of remarkably mild and peace-   able manners, with the exc...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

Considerable activity continues in <wr/taarkeöJ generally, and «lea to a large extent have; taken : place.' ' ' . j Spirits continue liigl|.-Bjrandy, Jtartell'* brands ] ar« realising J fjs'to I3s; other brands from lia I« 12s.-Bottled ^aeaare scarce and mach warned. -Drangnt Porter is particfllartj? scarce.-Liverpool Saîtis very s Taree: ¿toper iou ¿auld be realised for any quantity.-Tobacco bas a downward ten- dency . -Teas are net mach enquired For.-Oilman's Stores are scarce,'and many descriptions "would realise nigh prices. -Provisions of all kinds are much lower. £ 6. d. £ s. A BSXK-Barton Ale, bhd. .,900 te 10 0 -0 Other do, hhd .... 6 13 O 7 0 0 Bottled do, doz. O U 0 0 « 0 Taylor's porter, hhd.... none Other do, hhd. 6 6 0 9 0 0 Bottled do, doz . none SriBXTS-Brandy, HarteUs, ? in bond, gallon ...... 0 la O 0 13 6 Geneva, ease, 4 gallon do 15 0 OOO Kum, BP 10- or. gallon do 0 4 3 0 5 0 Do, 15 to 25 OF, gallon do 0 5 0 0 6 6 Whiskey, gallon ...... 046 0 S 3 ÍV"INE...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

^ TASMANIA, . ; Oar rebotín of ,th^ 3?lout Markej extebii.to jjie 2njl liostant; ^ The hi|^esfc"i|u0U'^ .. '! LAUNCESTON, fceb.' 2-£*oe floím£2l to pfc^ toü., Wheat {highest) 8s* 3d per bushel. Oats 7s to Bs.. .' ' . ÏIOBAS? Totfïr, Fëb: : 1~-First floor £25 to £26, Seconds £22 to £23. Wheat to 9B 6d. The flour market brisker; Wheat still very slowly coming io. J-_:_?* _._' - .. ' ' '

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. Bread 6d per Ülb loaf Flour 3èd per lb DAISY PRODUCE. Butter, fresh ls 7d per lb Cheese ls to ls4d per lb. Milk 6d per quart Eggs ls 6d to 2s per dozen Pork 8d to I Od per lb Ham ls 3d to ls 9ddo Bacon is to ls 4d do Geese 6s to 1 <-'s each Fowls 6s to Ss per pair Pigeons 3s do Ducks 7s 6d to 9s do Wild ditto, 5s per braee Teal 2s6ddo Quail ls do Turkeys 40s to 15s each VEGETAatES. Potatoes 2d per !b Cabbages 3d to 6d each Turnips ls per dozen Carrots 4d per bunch Garlic ls to ls 6d per lb Onions 6d do Shalots 4d do Caenmbers 2d to 6d each Vegetable marrows 3d tc Sd each Watercress 2d to 3d per bonch Lettuce none Celery none Spring radishes none Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radiah 6d to 2s per stick Parsley 2d per bunch Peas 2s 6d per peck French beans 6d Broad beans none Jerusalem artichokes 6d pe; 4b Pumpkins "3d to 5d each Apples ls 6dper lb Apricots ls to 2s per dozen Colonial lemons Bone Figs 6d to ls doz Grapes, green 6d per lb Colonial ...

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MELBOURNE MAEKETS.—FEB. 5. PRICES OF FLOUR [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

MELBOURNE MABKETÍ^-T?EB. S. PRICES OT FLOUR - -At Alison's acd Knight's Mills-Fine flour, £22. per ton. Seconds, £20 ditto. Bran, 2B Öd 'per bushel. At Dight's Mills.-"Fîne flour, '£22 per ton. Seconds, £21 ditto. Bran, 2s 6d per busheL

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, Februarv 14, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

SHARE LIST. King William.street, Ftbruarv 14, 1853. Borras-Last sales. £133.' MONEY MARKET. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12 J percent. Ditto on Burra scrip, aud small loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. GOLD HASKETT. Gold, £3 14s JNO. RICHARDSON ) B . D. MELVILLE Ç Brokers.

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