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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, February 16. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIYtL.) (Before tbe Stipendiary Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

-- V ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, February 16. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIYtL.) (Before tbe Stipendiary Magistrate ) j HERDEESON T. GOULD-Action for £1, damage j done to his garden by tbe defendant's pouy. j The defendant dented that the. plaintiff had suffered damage to the amount 6ued for, and paid ! lCs into Court, the amount demanded by the j plaintiff. i His Worship said that as theplaintiff's particulars I were incomplete he had better take die 10s paid ? into Court, and let the matter drop. j DILLOS T. HBHEKNBUHG-For £2, value of a dog ! killed by the defendant which had been duly re ! gistered aud numbered upon the collar. I Flea - Denial that the dog had a collar on at the I tinie. j The complainant examined said "(hat on the 6th j insaai he was coming throaçb a paddock with his ! dog (the collar produced being around the dog's j neck at the time) when the defendant came out and j shot the dog. j Louisa Herrenburg, the wife of the defendant, ' stated that two dogs without ...

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

GKSÈ&AL MAEEETS. Abont 70 drays bave entered cur "market daring the week. The" following are the prices current .Cabbages and cauliflowers 6s to 12s per doz, , Turnips 6s per doz . Carrots'ed per dszen Parsnips 6s per ditto . Spinagè ls per ditto . ' -Lettuces 6s-per doren F1OID* 4S 6<I per lb: '? ' French beans le. per lb Pears 5s per dozen Apples ls per lb Cherms4$6dnerlb Creen peas ls per quart '." Hp w^KâA%çea $d per lb .u ui -:".??>.*. ?> ,U.-.-«.\t." . Egfe's 4s*6d p^jdozêfl v'f*; Hf Geese »nd inrteja lOs^acbljf tr. Heeks and fojrtfc 14B peç pa|||

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MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BANK OF AUSTHRALASIA AND UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. February 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

. MELBOURNE HATES OF EXCHANGE. BÁÜK Ot ACSÏEAI.ASIA AKD ÜXI05 BAJTK. OF Purchase Biils-^-On Cocoon, at30 dajs' sight, 6i per cent discount. ~~ " _ For every additional. 30 days, '4 per cent, dis- count. . - On Sydney. .Bathurst, and Maitland, at sight. 1| percent discount.; I Every additional 15 days, 4 Ker cent discount. On Adelaide, 2 per cent discount. 1 . On Portland, at sight, i per cent, discount. ( On New Zealand, at sight. 1 per cent discount. Oü Vau Dîèmeà's Land, at sight, 1 per centVha «count. On Geelong,-«t sight, ¿ per cent discount Issue Drafts-Ou .London, at 30. days', sight, 5 per cent, discount. Ditto, under'¿20, par. On Sydney and Maitland, at sight, j per cent premium. " On .Bathurst. Portland, New Zealand, Van Diemea's Land, and Adelaide, at sight, 1 per cent -premium. On Geelong, at sight, ¿ per cent premium.

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ADELADIE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOCK MAREKT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

ADELAIDE MARK ETS. O BA IK AND FLOCK MAEEET. Wheat, 6s 6d to 6s Bi Floor, £18 His to £19 Barley, English, 6s 6d to 6s 9d per bushel " Cap«, 5s io os 3d per bushel Cats, 6s to 7s per bu&ueL Bran, ls 2d Pollard, ls 4dL CHAS. S. BARRY. Currie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 15. Present--Alderman Paxton, in the Chair in the absence of the Mayor, Messrs Hall, Wilt > Beevor, Fiveaeh, Lawson, Glandfield, Piatts_ Fisher, Haire, and Slatter. Finance.-Expenditure, £39 5s; receipts, £32 2s6d ; balance in hand, £4 ISs 9d. City Survegor.-Street 'cleansing has been carried on as usual. Market and Slaughter-House -The Report suggested that a system should be drawn up by the Inspector of the Slaughter-house, for the better management of that department, and that it should be printed and circulated.among the butchers. With respect to the Park Ranger, the Committee suggested that his duties should extend over the Park Lands, the buildings standing thereon, the Ford, Footbridge, and all stone, sand, &c, in the neighbourhood, and that he should: frave the authority bf special constable given him. 1 he pound at Thebarton, the report suggested should be removed to the neighbourhood of the Cattle Yards. The duties of the c...

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MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES, áa. JÜDGES-J. H. Babbage, Cr. Elder, junr.> jun., and O. Toverton, Esqrs. Wine--Jon Baker, George Morphett, James Philcox. George Stevenson, and G. S. Kingston, Esqcs. Abney-For the best sample...... 110 Prise-A. H. Davis. Wax-For the best sample. 1 1 0 Prize-A. H. Davis. Jams-For the best collection . 2 2 0 Prize -W. Dinham. Soap For the best box of 28 lbs. .... 1 1 0 None. 1 Starch-For the best 4 lbs.. 1 1 0 rs one. Tobacco-For the best sample of, mann» facturad . None. Wine, Red-Y ot the best sample, -SUD ject to the printed conditions For the second best ditto ... First prize-A. H. Davis., Second ditto G. Voller. White-For the best sample ditto.. For the second best ditto. First prize-A. H. Davis. Second ditto - W Ä. Kearn. Red-for the best sample of pre* viuos years, not having al- ready taken the 6am e prize Prize-A. H. Davis. White-Ditto ditto. Prize-John Baker. Recommended for Prizes - Rott'ed Fruits ; Vinegar, two varieties, Red and White; -ditto ...

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DRIED AND PRESERVED FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

DEI ED Alf1*' PSÉSEBYPP FftüIlB. Í JuBGES-Capt'Bàgot, Mesara. Linklater, and E. Watson. -- BoMÍns-For ¿he jhest sample opM* Jes» tiùBïsbs..:. 2 2 O Prize-None. * ' ' ' CwTíMífc-Forihe" heat sample ¡of notless ,,: . ' thin 6lbs .^R!.FC..>3....Jt?..;H . *. ° . 'Price-Kone>\.~:Y»," .. y Jowton^aíBMWífar^for fte »«5*«ample of - ' hot less than^tb&frithont the"" "" . : 1? basai " - - -.... : 'J.¿~,yt xz' * - Prize-Ô. SteTenson. / 'i, tf^Wte^t&eSesfcoll«««*"" S r For the secoRibest ditto .... I I <> Fiiatjjrke-None.*'^1''-. ' * \ Pri*e^.H. Davis. ^ ? ;^ ^ .

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

TEÔltÀBÏElf* <îlir)(,,Welkerjri)lç. j-t ,.-.T i; $J>'?Í. « 1 Oanvto-For the best dozen ;0 IO <» .-. Frise-rJ¿ iOobhlenrolt." v ?:-' ; - - Ciuc«m6<5rf-Fortbehosthraoev..W..v-'O'lO 6 -, . Prise-Wm ;Bôs*ëîL = " ' *v-.-y - ÏFafer" Cress; cnkiYated^Forlbe *esV doz. hanches O IO Ä Prize-J. Cobbledick^ ,.'.» : Vegetables - For the best «oHectiton -. . . . ;2 2 0 For the second best ditto '1 1 0 First Prize-j. Cobbledick. - Second ditto - a Giles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

TIMBER, TIMBER, TIMBER. FOREST STEAM SAW MILLS being now in full work, the Undersigned is prepared- to supply Colonial Timber of any sizes and in any quantity, either at the Mills or at the yard. F. H. VTNÈT. Halifax street, opposite the Rob Roy. ^Advertisement.] SMITH, ELDER, & *?<>., BOOKSELLERS. STATIONERS, EAST INDIÀ 4- GENERAL A&&NTS, BEG to tender their services Ao residents in Australia for the supply of Books and Stationery, and likewise of Prints, PhHosbphi** eal and Musical Instruments;, Fire Arms Cutlery, Sadleir, T'late, and other Miscellaneous Articles. Their extensive connections and matured arrangements enable them to execute ordert of every description on the most advan- tageous term3, and with the utmost possible despatch. The rapid end regular means pf transit now offered by Steam "communication with the Australian colonies offers an inducement te residents in those countries to transmit their orders direct to London for execut...

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

HAT MABE3MV The supply of hay this weet has heen greater than for some time past. The price during the w«ekhasíeenjfrouía;23 to £25. falling to-day to. £24*,JtOs. There is JPO green stuff in fte^ojdot^

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

IO aunt. tndS p^., snt^tpi Tuesdays, and ^tdm. 2. Ko parcel of GoU3ea£iÚ*w&^ voïg4t)|wJoe*eoeï*i^^'-Lfe^-'î -»«»«'SSV'.* ; 3,: Upon.» paroelof jGolâ being |»«sented atthe office, tte Government -Ataiyerî^iW >i&^|iwant,, will proceed, in the presence of the person binging I snch Gold, to weigh the ««me, «nd will enter in the ! assay book die weight-of the Gold, the daté of ita receiy t, and the name of the owner thereof, together j with the name of the^anV at which the awdGpld I when assayed »nd smelted, ia to be ôMvlÈrëdiÎo, or to the order, of the owner. '^--^-J:;-;': ^ 4. The above<nentioned entry in the Assay feok shall be signed hy the per^n biinghur ^tlie^old ; and in case snch person he not the oirher pï;ft, he will be required to bring a written «uthôti&r from the owner, anthorising bim t«ign snchiehtfc. - 5. The. Signatar« of the owner of the Gold, or his agent, to such entry, shall be taken Iw te proof of the ordinal weight oftheparcel ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. STAKEMANN and LOCKWOOD, acquainting their friends and the public of their removal to the premises known as Mr Nathan's Store, adjoining Doran's Family Hotel, Currie street, beg to invite attention to their choice stock of Urandy, Martell's ü. V Ditto Pale ditto ditto Hum, Jamaica Old Tom, Browning's. Whisky, Canphelltown , Brandy, Pale, U. Y., bottled Geneva, Rotterdam, in red cases Wines, Port, Pale Sherry } ^ ^ flnd Marsala > t ..i j Bucellaa . j botlied Champagne, Frontignac Claret, Chateau Margaux Sauterne, Hock, Mosella, &c London bottled Porter and Ale ? Burton Ale-Allsop's, in bottles Bass's, No- 3, in hhda &c. &e. Sic. None but genuine and good artieles. Terms-Cash on delivery. Currie street, STov. 27th, 1852 EDUCATION. THE most convincing proof ot the efileiencj of a Teacher is, that his pupils give satis faction as apprentices or assistants in trade or business. " MR MACGOWAN has supplied weli-ouali fied apprentices to O. M. Wa...

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EXTRACTS FROM "PUNCH." THE PRIDE OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

THE PRIDE, Off LONDON. (Being a alight liberty taken With "The Britte of - .Abydos."), í Know, ye the stream where the Cesspool and «ever Are emptied 'of «ti their font «lashes and sûmes, WI tere the feculent tide of rich liquid manure ; Now sickens the City, now maddens tho limes ? Know ye the fitth of tSat great open sink. Which no filter/can sweeten, no "navvy" can drink; - Where io boats overcrowded the' Cockney is borne To the mad-hounded gardens of-joy pus Cremorne ; Where the gas-works rain down the blackest of soot. And the oath of the coal«hipper never is mate ; Where the liquified "mud which as '* irater " we buy. With the richest of pea-sonp in colour may vie, And deodortsation completely defyt " Where the air's filled with smalls that no nose can define, . j And the banks leam prolific frith corpses canine? i 'Tis th? stream of the Thames ! 'tis the Pride of i the Town ! ! Can a nuisance so dear to ns e'er be pat down f Oh ! fouler than words can in decency tell Are the ...

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

VICTORIA. 1'Ve haye papers to the 8th instant, being thrêe dayé lattr nèwè than, our last. j In tí¡e second edition ; of: thc Geelong Ad- vertiser^ we find 'the following:-This day, Messrs William Gough, Johd~Sulley, and John Bristow, have brought into Geelong two masses of gold, weighing .. . : ; One. Hundred and ßixty-ih,ree Pounds, Troy o> Two Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty two Ounces, Avoirdupois. These juasses of gold were found contiguous to the Geelong nugget, at a depth oí fifty-five feet, in a^tjtíartzy rock, penetrating a slate formation resting on white quartz sand. The first mass weighing about ,' . Eighijj-ßce Pounds, Troy, . was found 'on the 20th of January, and the seeoud mass, weighing about Seventy-six Pjo'unds\ and a-half, was found on the 2Qth of January, hy the same earlies. ,, The quartz is of that quality known amongst our diggers as biscuit quartz. Description would only lead to erroneous conception of the beautiful appearance of these masses' of gold-, ...

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DISCOVERY OF GOLD. (From the Globe, 18th October.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

DISCOVERY OF GOLD. (From the Globe, l8'tli October.) The characteristics which the state of so-^ ciety has assumed io Australia, since the discovery of the gold, seem to deepen with the despatch of every fresh account ; except that the degree of disorder which originally prevailed at the diggings has abated to so great an extent that all serious appre- hensions on that head must have been long since quieted. This maintenance of order amidst what may be called a 3Vpublic of " Navvies" bears some resemblance to the same course of facts in California, but with a striking difference, in the muck greater regularity preserved in Australia : there is no Lyuch law, no Committee of Public Safety, "So policé 'terrorism j but the ar- rangements ot the local authorities, imper- fect as they have. Been, have, found an-un- expected complement i rt the spontaneous good conduct of the diggers. For such upon the whole, considering all the circum- stances, it» must be Accounted. The fact-is creditabl...

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POLICE COURT Tuesday, February 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

POLICE COURT Tuesday, February \5th. j Mary Atf-e Murray »ras charged with feloniously j assaulting Susan South on the previous evening-. Sergeant Etlieridge iu formed his Worship that ! the prosecutor declined appearing. I The prisoner pleaded guilty of drunkenness, and was fined I Os. j William Henry Trimmer appeared to the in- formation of ihe iospector of Nuisances, for driving across the footway in Gouger-street, on the 27th ultimo. ! The defendant denied that be had crossed the ! fcotpn'h ; but had come through a private street into the road. Mr Reading having failed to prove thal the de- fendant had crossed the footpath, the information was di°;«is.«ed. William Greenwood, fur driving across tba foot- path in Pirie-síieet and llít¡dnisr¿li-6qu^re, on the z9th ultimo. Fined IDs William Boeseiibúrg, for throwing soap suds aii<I impure water into die road ia"'Ru&dle-street. Dis- missed with a caution. James Jope, fir rolling R wheelbarrow along- the fooipath, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

^Manon's History ol the " Forty Five" Oliphant^; Nepaui Music and Dress L^ofTfaeodoreJfagk, 'tne^riotfe1Ft3^den~^ -fr he uga ohiytr .ÄiV < lr EI^TTg'S, Híft^éyatreeti * THE MOSHACPfiOPBIATE PEESEST -IO Ai LADY ÍS AVWGSSyBOE, THE only" place^'jto^'bj^^^W ^ób^n a "selection from a choice and"íaneí'¿tock, repleté with deaigna/j^uïpîé^^ or gorgeous-is at; * ' .TPLATTSTS Showrooms,-!. . ' « ?- -.- Windley street. *": , frtuïlkis; A$P ACCORDIONS. PYE HUNDRED Accédions and Flu- tinas have just been received, forming the largest assortment -bf these Instruments ever imported. They aré of superior and warranted mamrfacture,-andere unequalled for delicacy of tone and perfect finîshr To be had'only .at . .\\. \ PLATTS'S Warerooms. BLEAK. HOUSE to TSTo. 9 is received at PLATTS'S Library. EX " WALVLSCfi." UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, and other popular books. Chess Boards Wax Tapers Kapunda Pens Log Slates, i. And a large selection of popular School Books much in demand. PLATTS, Hindley street. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

SÎËAM-SHIP «Í GLEQPATE A." STEAM: BETWEEN ADELAIDE, MEL- BOURNE, AND SYDNEY. (Probably calling at Portland Bay.) On or about the 1st March. THE magnificent and as riva lied swift iron steamship t CLEOPATRA, Ï500 tons, 800 hors« pbwer, a pain may he expected to tail, as'abtmkon or about the 1st of March. For passage aptolv to ' .. , ' A. L. ELDER & CO. 6th Fébniai^, Ï85S. .V AUSTRALIAN ROYAL M\tL STEAM NAVIGATION GOMPANY. Al, 1500 tons, 300 horse power.,-James S. Hatton, commande?* » expected here en her return to. London* on or about the 20th in- stant. Parties intending, to «Mp gold by this Steamer are requested to make early applica- tion to the mvaetstgnei, for the purpose of having it weighed.'. The Agents are prepared, to" receive applica- tions for paà&açé' berths, in this vessel, which may ba vacáñton nWarriTal here.^ A. L. ELDER & CO. Feb. 14,1853. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Fourth of this Line, the splendid Iron Steam-ship AD...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 18 February 1853

j ionsy^Thompsou. from ^Mjlnri this Sáñúarylíth, wit* i32 passengers. . L .4sah»iiay^TAe^bip-QMeT of 31« tons ^Hingston,, fasset,- Sram Melbourne,JMh?, instant, ; Vn^ éá^ásseogers^ " _:. -.--ikb^síííy^ "Mabburûj! 1 I th February, with 34 passengers. ; >"^A /., v.- -r- -c^xn&TOfa.1 ¿:;<|<^bj^i^^ Mc'Euen. for. London ^Pussengers-iir and Mrs Morris, Mrs ílu¿het, Lír and Mrs Jones, Mrs Yoong, Mr and Mrs15hepkerä and-4 children. Miss Murray, Messrs iawrence; Smith, *WiMer.'r Edge, and -Alexander, i n the cabin ; and 12 bi the intermedia». "Same ' day-lTie barque Mftjfiuioer, SOU tons, Marshall, forMelboarue . Passengers-Mr an d Mrs Parrott, Mr and Mrs Owen, and Messrs Tempest, and Roberts, iii- the cabin - and 45 in ihe«teèrage. Same day-The barque Calcutta, 484 tons, Allen, for Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs Bumel, Hunter, Heath, WhitcojAe, Mrs-Strutton aud daughter, Mrs Saunders, son and daughter, ia the cabin ^ and original passengers from London. Februa...

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

tfliÓ WEBS. JUDGES-Wm., james and I.F. Ross, Esqrs- j Bouguet-rVor (be best ....... 010 6 Prize-C. Giles. Shrubi-r- For the bast collection ........ 0 10 6 Prize-C. Giles. Butts-For tba best ia flower . 0 10 6 Prize-C. Giles. Floging Planta-For the best collec- tion, ic pots ........... 0 IO '6N Not enough for a prize. Eloweruuj Plant»-Collection very good worthy of a prise-C. Giles. *

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