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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

V ù'.h .iÜJjiyl ti--;.-* -io r - -STEAM ¿BérwB&t stíJE't^roi^1 MEL ^ Óp»RNBí A^1><S¥DNEY: - ; rSjvh*: .T .: ; £¡_i^ w - .? y . ^TtHJS íriagnificent #ni uaciváUed * iwiTl iron ... JL steamship. :.... -. w - ÇZMÔÇATRA, iÜOO íópa/íbo horse." power, again may be aresptc<^a:f¿ BÍiil aa'aooié' OD br about the let 5th February, 1853. . -U¡-i-L-i; 't >,<j ?T.ffVq-vJT;-r. -Mr., .¡-; AUSTRALIAN ÎHGÏAL M Alt. STEAM ; NAVIGATION -C0MPANY. IE' splendid Jrqa ' Stean¿-stiíp ? Al,¡i50b-'tóns,'rS69 hí?rse pó*.ér, james S. '^Horton, erofoartd^-ts^peeSWi-hereon "her ïatum ttj'Lottdoó, ott' or-iaboüt *the 20t6 ín «taab * .-; - ' Parti^ .úiteodifíg .to sMpj go'.d by this Steadier are rea nested? te make .early; applica- tion iq tue ^undersigned,, for the. purpose of ^ having-1 it~veí¿bé4, ^ , Tit« Agents are|prepareB td'receive appl:ca tion&ror pá8És|;é ^feerthy'in thiá Tess»?, ?which . may beT^armntTjnitosrrival here. A. L»£LDER & GO. Feb. ...

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SUPREME COCTRT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Friday, February 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 February 1853

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Friday, February 18th.     Patritk Murphy was charged with maliciously   cutting and wounding Thoma* Wilkinson, at. Fort   Wakefield, with intent to do him some grievous   bodily harm. The prosecutor was called on his recognizance, but not appearing they were ordered to be estreated.     The Jury, under his Honor's direction, acquitted   the prisoner. William Rose, Inspector of Police, was charged with a felonious assult upon Thomas Theodore Gale, with intent to do him some grievous bodily harm,   on the 27th November. Other counts varied the   intent.   He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Smith. The Advocate-General opened the case. He regretted very much to see an active and intelligent officer of the police, who had been known for years   as an efficient member of the force, standin...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A thirsty'Keiitish elector, at an inn, ia! Maidstone, shouted, " Waiter, bring me bitter beer I"«-" We can bring you a bit o' bread," said the waiter, " but not a bit o' beer." There was a rule in an old debating society which might be advantageously re- commended to some of our public bodies " That any gentlemen wishing to speak the whole evening should" have a room to him- self." It is stated tn one part of ..the Maine Laws, that " the inspectors shall see that no liquor is sold," It is said-but we sup- pose only as a joke-that the good citizens of Newport have dodged the operation of that clause by electing Jour blind men as inspectors f Two men in dispute reflected upen each other's veracity. One of them replied that " he was never whipped but once by his father, and that was for telling the truth." -" I believe, then," retorted the other, " the truth was whipped out of you, for you have never spoken it since-" Boyle tells us of a great traveller, who bei...

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AN EARTHQUAKE IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

AN KAJtTHQIJAKÉ -'ÍK-TiSíS6¿AND .? On Tuesday, 16th November, intelligence reached town by electric telegraph th» t >n earthquake had. been felt inXiverpool «ud its neighbourhood that morning Tho weather for the last few days had befit wet and sultry, even out of doors being unu?«!>"y warm. On Tuesday inorning (says the Liverpool Mercury) about half-past Jour o'clock persons in all parts of the town, but more especially in the oulsldris, ^iia at Birkenhead, felt a rocking br* Leaving of the earth. In some cases persprïç^pro' awoke from a sound slecpV and jumped cn the floor; expecting an attack from seme nocturnal marauder. In other caeos, children screamed and hid their faces under the bedclothes ; while in a few instances persons in bed simply felt a kind of rocking motion, like that of a cradle bed. The 1 thermometer, which varied from 50 deg. to j 61 deg Fahrenheit, was. unusually high for j the season of the year, and during the night j the barometer rose nearly a quarter...

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SECOND DAT. Wednesday, February 23rd. The attendance was a great improvement upon that of the previous day. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

SECOND DAT. Wednesday, February 2Zrd. The attendance was a great improvement upon that of the previous day. FICST KACE. Ladies? Purse-Three guineas entrance with 30 SOTS added. For horses of every desorp- tion. The winner of the Town Plate to carry 101 bs extra. Heats once round a distance. The winner to pay two guineas to the fund. 2 yrs, 7st 7 ll-s ; 3 do. Sst albs ; 4 do, 9st 71bs ; 5 do, I0st5lbs; 6 do am' aged, list; mares and geldings allowed 3lbs. Mr J. Harvey's y. m. Miss Plenipo, 4 yrs, scarlet jacket, brown cap (Owceri. 1 i Mr T. Ottaways ch. g. Why Not, 5 yrs, blue jacker, black cap (Waldeck).2 3 Mr P. Vt Cog Jin's b. g. United Irishman, tartan jacket, red cap (Radford) . 3 2 Mr Baker's ba. m. Beeswing. 4 yrs, black and white jacket, black cap (Mansforth) .. 4 4 First Heat.-Beeswing went off with the lead, followed closely by Why Not, the Irish, man and the filly well ap. This state of things prevailed for the first mile and a half, when Miss Plenipo, who had b.&l...

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BRIGHTON RACES. FIRST DAY. Tuesday, February 22nd. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

BRIGHTON RACES. FIRST DAY. Tuesday, February 22nd. FIRST RACE. Maiden Stakes-Two guineas entrance with 15 sovs added. For horses dropped in the colony which have never won public money. One mile and a distance. The winner to pay one guinea to the fund ; second horse to eave his stake. 2 yrs, 1st ; 3 do, Sst ; 4 do, Sst lOlb ; 5 do, 9st61bs; 6 do and aged, lOst. Maras and geldings allowed 31bs. Mr W. Fisher ns. bk. g. Todgera, 5 years crimson and blue jacket, black cap (Owner) .. 1 . Mr (rouge's b. m. Creeping Jane, 4 yrs, . bine jacket, black cáp. 2 This race was a very one-sided afiair. The chesnut went off with the lead, was never caught, and came in a winner by fully half a distance. SECOND E.ACE. Town Plate-Three guineas entrance with 35 sovs added. For horses of every denomi- nation. Heats 2 miles. The winner to pay two guineas to the fund. 2 yrs. 7st; 3 do, Tat lOlbs; 4 do, 9st; 5 do, 9st 12lbs: 6 do, and aged, lOst 7ibs, mares and geldings allowed 3lbs. Mr Baker's h. g. Jupit...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

VICTORIA. We are in receipt of news one day later than our last, namely, to the 15th instant. The Ovens River Escort arrived on the 12th instant with 5,475 ouuces. The last certificate number is 1127. The Government Escort from Bendigo and Mount Alexander arrived on the same day with 4,585 07s of gold. Last number from Bendigo, 11,437, and from Mount Alexander, 7590. { fCflptain Cadell, of the -Cleopatra steamer, applied at the District. Court on Saturday the 12th instant, for a licence to sell spirits, trine, &c, which was granted, with a intimation from the Bench tba*, the licence ceased the moment the steamer cast anchor. The Argus of the Hth says : " We were informed on Saturday evening, front a reliable source, that another large tump of gola hnd quartz had been taken from the Canadian Gully, Ballarat, weighing twa hun- dred and forty-eight pounds ! From enquiries we bave tif.ee made, we are unable to procure any moro authentic particulars."" The following is the latest...

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SHIP MAILS. Friday, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

SHIP MAILS. Friday, February 25. Mails will be dispatched as ander ForGre&t Britain, by tte A. B. M. S. Melbourne to London, daily expected ; by tbe Macedon, to Calcutta and Overland, Saturday, at half-past 12 ; by the Lord Montgomery, to' Singapore and Overland, this day, at half-past 12 ; and by the Geelong, to London, on Saturday, the 26th inst, at half-past 9. For ¿ast Indies and China, by the Lord Montgomery as above. For Sydney and New Zealand, by the Packet, to Sydney, this day, at half-past 3. for Victoria, by the Timbo, this day, at half-pact 12; hythe Walter Scott, this day, at half-past 9 ; and by the Louisa and Dreadnought, on Sa- turday, at half-past 9. For Western Australia, by the A. B. M. S. Mel- bourne, as above. For Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope, by-the A. B. M. S. Melbourne, as above. For Port Lincoln, by the Emu, this day, at 11.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, February 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

--.-« MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, February 24fA. Present-Hfe" Worship the Mayor, Messrs Beevor, Sherwin, Hall, Lawson Witt, Haire, Young, Solomon, ' PlRtts. Slatter, Fisher, Glandfield, Fiveash, and Hay. Finance-Expenditure, £128 6< 6d ; Re ceipts, £195 9s ; Balance in hand, £92 ls 6d. City Surveyor's Report-The Report stated that street cleansing had been gone on with es usual. His Worship called the attention of the Council to the slovenly manner in which the Surveyor made out his reports. A haif sheet of paper written on both sides was certainly not the proper form for a Town Surveyor to send in his reports. Mr D. Fisher said the Surveyor ought to be more particular. A motion was then carried .4 That the Mayor be requested to intimate to the Surveyor, that for the future he should furnish his report on at least one whole sheet of paper " Mr Fisher and Sherwin were desirous of knowing if the Surveyor strictly attended to the duties of the Corporation without entering i...

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ROSS'S SHARE LEST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, February 24, 1853. Burras—£131 cash. GOLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

BOSS'S SHA BE LEST. S, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, February 24, 1853. Barras-£131 cash. GOLD MARKET. Gold, £3 15s, beyers. Sales at £3 16s 6d, cask. ; MONET KASXJST. ! Money-10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12j-per cent, on other securities. Eligible freeholds, yielding 8 to 10 per cent, in- terest, viii meet with ready sale. Apply to 3 F. BOSS, Broker.

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS. GOVERNMENT LAND SAXE,-The following are the particulars of the sale yesterday : TOWS, SECTIOS». Comity Bobe-Township of Bobe. Sect Rood i. Parchasen. Amona} £ * 6? 1 Benjamin Denning.... 5 O 68 1 Charles Danes . S IS 70 1 Dito................ 2 15 71 I Ditto.,.3 6 73 1 Ditto. 2 15 74 1 Ditto ...... i.. 8 IO SOBUEBAV SECTfOHS. Conni/ Adelaide-Hundred of Mum* Para, Suburban to Gawler town. Sec Acres. Purchaser. Amount. 3254 79 6. Stone ............ 78 6 County Hindmstb-Handred of Goolwa, Suburban to Port SUot. 56 80 IL F. lindsay. IO I 0 County I^t-<}n tiie SaltCreel^ Hundred . of Kiuiootpa. 548 321 H. A. Pofiack. 400 O 551 48a WniiamWehr. 701 » County Light-North of Iágbt Trigo nómetrical Station, Hundred of Gilbert. 1197 60 George Robertson...» 80 5 1200 80 Wm/MUne -i-. 80 & County Hindmarsh-North ead bf Finniss Survey, Hundred of Kondoparinga. Plan , 76. 2328 60 P.D.P. Prantard...., SO, 5 County Hindmarsh-North end of Hun in Survey, Hundred of tïkd...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, February 24, 1853. Borras—Last sales, £133. MONET HAREST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

SHARE LIST. King Wflliam-street, February 24, 1853. Borras-Last sales, £133. HONET HABEST. 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 XABEET. Gold, £3148 ' . - ¿NO. RICHARDSONf D. MELVILLE \ Posera.

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. Bread 6d per Sib loaf Flour 3èd per lb DAIBY PRODUCE. Batter, fresh Is 8d per lb Cheese ls 2d to ls 6d per lb Milk 6d per quart Eggs 2s per doren Fork 8d to 10d per lb Ham ls 3d to ls 9d do Bacon Is to ls 4d do Geese 8s to 1 Cs each Fowls 6s to 8s per pair Pigeons 3s do Ducks 7s 6d to 9s do Wild ditto, 5s per brace Teal 2s 6d do Quail ls do Turkeys 10s to 15s each VEGETABLES. Potatoes 2d per lb Cabbages 3d to 6d each Turnips ls per dosen Carrots 4d per bunch Garlic ls per lb Onions 6d do Shalots 4d do Cueambers 2d to 8d eacfe Vegetable marrows 3d to 8d each Watercress 2d to 3d per bunch Lettuce none j Celery none Spring radishes none Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radish 6d to ls 6d per stick Parsley 2d per bunch Peas 2s 6d per peck French beans 6d Broad beans none Jerusalem artichokes 6d per lb Pumpkins 3d to 5d each FECIT. Apples ls 6d to 2s per lb Apricots ls to 2s per dozen Colonial lemons none Figs 6d to ls doz Grapes, green 6d per lb Colonial almonds...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

The Act to A mend the Laws of the Customs in South Australia baring received her Majesty's assent, the following Tariff came io force on the 26th of December. 1852. ARTICLES. Batel Per Bacon and hams. Bags and sacks, corn .......... " Ore, gunny, and returned .. Bales for wool . Beef and pork. Beer, perter, ale, cider, and perry Blacking, liquid .............. Boots andshoes, viz.-Boots, doz pairs Half ditto. Shoes. Childrens'. Bread and biscuit. Bottles, glass and stone. Bricks-Fire and Hath. " other kinds. Batter ... . Candles-Tallow. " Wai, sperm, &c. Canvas. Carts and drays. Waggons and timber carriages ... . Casks, empty. Cement.*.* Cheese ... Coffee. Confectionery... Copper-sheating and nails. Cordage and rope-Europe........ Manila Coir and Jote.. . Unenumerated . Cord, small, and twine. Corks............. Corn,meal, and flour- Wheat Barley.. . Oats . Blaise and millet. Peas, beans, pulse. Malt. Floor, MeaL 100 lbs. Baan, pollard, do.. Drags-Corrosive sublimate. Spirit...

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FEMALE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

FEMALE EDUCATION. Our columns may bear witness to our: anxiety regarding the general educational j status of the colony, and its prospects in! that respect for the rising generation.; The remarks we have from time to time made, have chiefly borne on the training of I the male sex, in various degrees, although occasional hints have been thrown out re- specting tha^of the-females. To the latter, however, sumcient prominence has not yet been gives. Tt is the more important matter of the two, and ought to be fully investigated. We shall shew its impor-i tance. The whole female sex is directly con- j cerned with all the first principles and im- pressions of every member of society, without au exception. Important os is the positioii asd office of a father in his j household, he stands remote from direct and constant influence ever his children during the first seven or eight years of' their existence, and much longer than that over his daughters. Lord Brougham bas somewhere said, if we e...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. a&ATX AXD FLOUR KAEK.BT. Wheat, 6s 9d to 7s Floar.je21 Barley, English, 6s 9d to 7s per bushel *' . Cape, 5s to os 3d per bushel Oats, «8 to 78 per bushel. Bran, ls 4d Pollard, ls 4dJ Caas. J. Banar. Garrie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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THE UPSET PRECE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

THE UPSET PRECE OF CROWJT LANDS. I THE inhabitants of this colony are not so awake to the general interests of South Australia as Mr Lowe, the member for Kidderminster, and the London Times These two high authorities strongly ad- vocate the reduction of the upset price of land, and the cessation of transportation, ! the leading journal of Adelaide contends for the present fixed-high price, on the ground that the biddings rise some 30 per cent, above £1 per acre. While the Register strongly opposes the able-bodied being emigrated from the unions, their argument tends to discourage men of small property from comiDg among us, with the prospect of purchasing land, at the same price as they could in America. Ts it reasonable that oar countrymen, after voyaging four times the distance- from England to America, should then be sub- jected in England's colonies to pay. four times thc transatlantic pr ico of land ? Should not the happiness of the many be ! more considered than the increasing ...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. Friday, [?] 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

Our markets íéStíent' «<&|«ft. scriptídfi of British merchandise, áBa^e^rifies bf ' many ¿rticléB íof ^iS^^icibiuäaap^n'^eB&^U^iikkiiit^ moush/Mgh. Purchaser* oTrn^ are of freqoen» occorrence'ét -high aävaneealwliät om* demand opon tie mâ}aom^»l^éà0m^BÎe^ and continue very e»nBÏacrf&le,to^ mente of a large «nd. fest '«^^SSR^!^ Provisions afeabandant. Sal« are jeS^ao^ naV 3ng.priees. ... ,t^a .'- ~ " Cs. "i '-'¿""SsÍM" -BEEB-Bart« Alerid.. . SOO te IO B '© Other do, fahd 6 IO © V © r© Bottled do, dos » iS? ^ » O 14 © 0 © 0 Taylor*« porter, 4hd^. - none Chberdo.bhd......-.;^. 6 6 0 4 0 6 Bottled do, doz ... ¿ none '? Spcaire-Brandy, Martellf, . ' ' . in bond, gallon ...... .fl IS . . lS^IsM GeneTa, case, 4 gallon dfT t 5 O O ©r íffJP Bom, BF 10 o». gallon ¿«YO 8 6 0 6 0 Do, l*to25oF,ga"dond©v?ti 5 9 0 ? -6 Whiskey, gallon .....,© 4 6 0 0 -3 - WINKS-Champagne, doz.. Í 10 0 seo Claret,doz... I 0 ,0 1 10 o , Marsala,pipe.......... If 0 0 17 0 0 Fort, pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

FOR SALE. TO AMATEURS OF CURIOSITIES. ONE Box. of Seychelles and Mauritius SHELLS. Apply to Mr James A vice, at the Exeter Hotel. G. FISH TASES this opportunity of informiog his numerous friends and the public gene-' rally, that he has taken that well known House the genuine « Old Black Bull Inn," Hindley street, where-tbey may always rely npon get- ting good accommodation ; and -though his predecessor has" never yet omitted to serve good cheer, he (GJP.) is determined that no one shall ever say he has been beaten, as it is his intention to keep a first rate stock of Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, &c The whole of the house having been thoroughly cleansed and repaired, render it 'one of tbe best hotelsin the city. The Stables and Stockyards will be kept as liberally as ever they were by A. Malcolm, when fae took the Ball by the Horns. It is the express wish of A, M. that all his Country Friends will continue to patronise the "Old Bull," sa be is quite sure they will have the sa...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

NEW SOUTH WALES. The following is from the Sydney cor- respondent of the Melbourne Morning Herald: Sydney, Tuesday, Stu February. Ly arrivals from Melbourne we have intelligence of your markets to the 3rd insiant. Our own are much in the same state as when I last wrote-an enormous consumption, a deficient supply, and a consequent buoyancy in prices. Advices from China state that the crop of tea is very inadequate, and there is eyery probability of a 'rise in the prie» of this article. Supplia* are likely jo be very short. J Eastern produce fetches full prices. A t a sale at Mr Newton's, jesterday, considerable parcels of white Java sugar fetched* £23 10s. ; bright yellow East indian, * 24 12s. 6d. Spirits are in constant demand at full prices. Aie and porter aiso in demand-very scarce. Io consequence, wines of low quality, which were not enquired for lately, have met with a readier sale at remunerative priées Tobacco remains at former prices ; the con- sumption is large, and slthcug...

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