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The Morning Chranicle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide: Friday, February 25, 1853. YESTERDAY'S GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

*'This is true Hberry, when íjee-born aen, Having tb advise the public, may speak {ree.** -Euripide*. Adelaide : Friday, February 25, IS53. YESTERDAY'S GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. YESTERDAY'S Gazette contains tie follow- ing appointments :-Charles Bonney, Esq., I to be a Member of the Central Board of j Main Hoads, in the room of the Colonial ! Secretary ; Chas B. Newenham, Esq., and Marshall McDermott, Esq., to be Members of the Central Board of Education, in the room oft*. M. Waterhouse, Esq., and Dr. Duncan j Mr Edwd. Pitts, to be Assistant to the Colonial Architect and Supervisor of Works ; Mr B. T. Laurie, to 1>« Harbor Master and Sub-Collector of Customs at Port Elliot and Encounter Bay ; Mr W. V. Jones, to be Sub-Collector of Customs at Port Wakefield, vice Way mouth, resigned; Mr H. Wilson, to be a Tidewaiter; Henry . Lynch, te be a Guard at the Adelaide Gael. The G-azette also contains thc appointment of Mr Wm. Shaw as Clerk and Collector for the Hundred of Willunga . several ne...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

SUPREMÉ COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, February 22. Wittiatn Wright, aged 49, was charged with the wilful murder of a man, name unknown, at Wel- lington, on the 7th January. A second count charged him with the wilful murder of Ko bert Head. The prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended hy Mr Fisher and Mr Smkh. The Advocate-General opened the case, and then called John Gordon 'Macpherson, innkeeper, East. Wel- lington-Saw the prisoner st his house on the 7th January in company with another person, since de- ceased: First saw them between 10 and ll o'clock, hut was not at home when they came. When wit- ness returned they were sitting on the form in. the tap-room, talking to one another. Deceased sailed for twp glasse* of hot brandy ; some time after that he called for two more. He took ont a handful of silver and paid four shillings, saying " I have not come to my sovereigns yet."- . Told him he had no F occasion, so long as he had so much change. Noticed amongst the silver a...

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

THIS DAY. LAND AT THK JÍOBTH/ARM. j TheJïestJlarbôurofÛte&rvviTtce. \ SOLOMON & C9. j 'Beg to announce that they have been tn Btructed to sell by auction, attbe City Mart, Thia Day, February 55th, et 12 o'clock ANUMBER, of Tery choice ALLOT- MENTS, ai tua ted at THE NORTH ARM, without tho Bligh teat reserve. j To say that Ihe North Ann will eventually", take the lead as THE HARBOUR OF SOUTH AUS- TRALIA. is saying that only which all will readily admit who are not blinded by prejudice or deeply interested in other quarters; it is the spot pointed out by nature as the one for and as such will doubtless become of con- siderable value. Flans may be seen at the Mart THE PORT, STEAM TO MELBOURNE. THE powerful steamer PHONIX, M. Pockling, commander, is hourly -expected * from Melbourne, end will be despatched again ? for that port in two days after arrival. Applications for passages to be made to A. L. ELDER,& CO. 24th February. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. Sourly Expected an...

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

STEAM-SHIP " CLEOPATRA-" mßÄU BETWEEN ADELAIDE, MEL "gjr BOUßNE, AND SYDNEY. (Probably «diing at Portland Bay.} ' On or about the 1st March. ? ' ' ; c" ". . . THE magnificent «nd unrivalled swift jron steam ship _ &LBQPATRA, 1500 tons, 300 .horte power, again ntay.be expected to. tail** above on or abeut the - lsf of March. Fair passage applv to . .*A..L. ELDER & CO. 6th Pebraary^lS«?.r AUSTRALIAN" ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, THE splendid Iron Steamship MELBOURNE, Al, 1500 tonsr 300 iorse power, James S. Hutton, commander, is expected here on her jreturn to London, on er about the 20th in- stant. « Parties intending to ship gold by this Steamer are requested to make early applica- tion to the undersigned, for the purpose of having it weighed. The Agents are prepared to receive applica- tions for passage berths in this vessel, which may be vaeant on her arrival here. A. L. ELDER & CO. Feb. 14, 1858. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 25 February 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. February 23-The barque Dreadnought, 338 tons, Lowrie, from Melbourne February 17. Passengers   -Messrs Ashmore, Pedlar, Dodd, Martin, Kitching, Keating, Brownhill, Powell, and Harvey 2, in the cabin ; and 47 in the steerage. CI EA&BD OUT. I February 22-The ship Reliance, 804 tons. Fell, for Bombay. Same day-The ship Queen of Sheba, 310 tons, Hingston, fer Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs Dale, Williams, Hugh, Bailey, ^ean. Jackson, Greenwood, Mrs Devin, Mrs Williams and child, Mrs Miller and child, Mrs Price, Mrs Bniley and two children, in the cabin ; and 142 ia the steerage. Same day-The schooner Marchioness, 177 tons, Fowler, for Calcutta. February 23-The brig Hero, 169 tons, Carter for Guam. IMPORTS. Cargo per Dreadnought-46 hhds brandy and 40U bags rice, Order. EXPORTS. Cargo per Reliance-1 bcx, Younghusband and Co^ 4 boxes gold, 6. A. Banking Co; 4do, Union I Bank ; 400 tons copper ore, Patent Copper Company. Cargo per Marchiones...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

Toe Açt te Au^d the iÁwsofthe Caítos ; AflstrMia faft^g reccivcq ber&h»je¿*y*a assent, the foiïommg^sàS suma ia f«rce «n ¿he £6th of DeCfM^. ?'. '.' ' y.li .-L-? : iAETICLES. Rate! "Bacon-and hams ...........,, Bags «nd sacks, corn ** Ore,gunny, and returned .... Bales for wool ........ .......... Beef and pork ...... ?............ Beer, perter, ale, cider, and perry . .. Blacking;liquid :........c¿f...... ? «aste1.. .4 ..... . «vi .v.. fioQtaand s*os*,ri&-^oots^ dozpairs Half ditto »»..;'.. .i.'i, ßhees...................... CbUdrens'...... s............ . Bread and biscuit..... j Bottles, glass and stone .......... Bricks-Firean^ Vath.... .V.7.;.. j .«. other kinds. [Batter . Candles -Tallow ....-........ j *' Wax, sperm, etc.*. j Canvas. , Carts and drays . j Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks; empty.....J... j Cement...». : Cheese ........... ...... ¡Coffee. i Confectionery. ? Copper-shea ting and nails ........ ; Cordage and rope-^Earope., Manila........«.....

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

CORRESPONDENCE TO THE EDITOR OF THE " MOHMNG GHtloriTCLE.' ! SIE-I observe a lettèr signed " A. How> j ard," in the Register, on the subject of the ' Education Board, in which the writer com- plains of the teacher's uncertainty as to ' whether he ls to get the minimum or maximum salary, as being an injustice, j It is intended to set as a stimulus to hts exertions, and perhaps when all our school* j have got into a settled and effective state, there may be no room for doubt as *o the. exact sum each teacher shall. receive ; but so long as the Inspector and the Board arc guilty of no partiality, in our present state we. may look upon the check they have upon the teacher as a bobo to the colony^ ? : Mr Howard complains of the great pro- portion of young female teachers who oc- cupy the ground and who arepaid at the same rate as the male. But if there were enough of good male teachers, tho females would be driven out of the field except with regard to the education of girls, which is...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, February 28, 1853. Burras—£131 cash. GOLD MARKET. Gold, £3 15s, boyers. Sales at £3 15s 6d, cash. MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

BOSS'S SHAKE LIST. 2, EICHA KGB COLONNADE, j February ¿8, 1853. Burras-£131 cash. GOU) HABBIES. Gold, £3 15s, boyers. Sales at £3 15s 6d, cash. j MONET HARKET. Money -10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. I2¿ per cent, on other securities. Eligible freeholds, yielding 8 to 19 per cent, in- terest, will meet with ready sale. Apply to J ¥. ROSS, Broker, j

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MELBOURNCE PRICE CURRENT. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

- MSLBOUBSFB PEÏCE «OEKENiP. .. _ i_* _ . .* - -íj - BEER-Barton Ale.'encL-?AV è Ö^T> ^TO^O ii Other doy fahd \»^sSH:-m M»-s«A«7^0--Ö; Bottled dû, doz ........ 0 14 0 , tl* ^ . ^yloriflporter,hhd j-v.? vjjpn* .? Otherdo/hhd..« £ -O : ü fl« "Bottled do, dor . ^ BOD« ' \ I SPIB*TS-Brandy* Martel^' "'"--'>\ in bo<ul,'gaUon 9 J* O ..'. ;0 l'Já:- 6 :. G«nera,«ase,4.gaUoh do 1 ft'-u:-^©;?:« © ! Rum, ¿r io ©í¿ gallon do 0 « Do, 3.5 to^5 or, gallon do O - S Whiskey, gallon ...... 0 4 6 O WÍJÍHS-Champagne, I 46t j0 ^fS .*!* I Claret, doc.'.. 10 0 Í $Ót O . Marsala, pipe.»......., 15. ; .O.. D 17 O O : Port, pipe ......## .... 20 8 O - 42 10 , O ,-T«rj«Är«a,- " doz ............ 1 4 0 2 8 0 ditto: i Sherry.pipe....,..*» O 9 ¿W O O Teneriffe,pipa ...»*..,-.15. 0 ;0 li fl.» ^GABS-Java, hrownj ton IB *' » îl 9 O Yellow,ton,.,¿.23 0 O *«6 .0 O Manila, ration, toa .... lt Ó 4 SO D O - Mauritius, first counter, ton.... 28 0 0 !í"30~.4> O ! Loaf,English,toa...... 84 0 O OOO ¡ Sydn...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, February 28, 1853. Burras—Last sales, £132. MONET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

SHARE LIST. King \yñliam-street, February 28, 1863. Burras-Last sales, £132. MONET jlAEKET. Money on Freehold, 10 to I2& per cent. Ditto on Barra scrip, and small loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and otherseourity 15 to 20 per cent. GOLD HARKET, Gold, ¿314s JNO. RICHARDSON ? &I D. MELVILLE Ç »cokers.

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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PfilCES. Bread 6d per 2lb loaf Floor 3|d per lb OAXBT PBODUCK. Batter, fresh ls 8d per lb Cheese ls 2d to ls od per lb Milk 6d per quart Eggs 2s per dozen JPork 8d to 10a per lb Ham ls 3d to ls 9d do Bacon ts to ls 4d do Geese 8s to I 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 I Os to 15s each VEGETABLES j Potatoes 2d per lb Cabbages 3d to Sd each Turnips ls per dozen Carrots 4d per bunch Garlic ls per lb OnioDB 6d do Shalots 4d do Cueambers 2d to Sd each Vegetable marrows 3d to Sd each Watercress 2d to 3d per bunch Lettuce none Celery none Spring radishes none Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radish <kl to ls6d per stick J Parsley 2d per bunch Peas 2s 6d per peck French beans 6d Broad beaus none Jerusalem artichokes 6d per lb Pumpkins 3d to 5d each FEÜIT. Apples ls 6d lo 2s per lb Apricots ls to Ss per dozen Colonial lemons Bone Figs 6d to ls doz Grapes, green 6d per lb Co...

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The Morning Chranirle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, Having to advise the public, may speakfree." —Euripides. Adelaide: Tuesday, March 1, 1853. DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

. ** Ts is true liberty* wímfmátím men,. Having to «irise the public, maj s^^ir^." " * Adelaide .. Tuesday, ifoiwAj^rlíí»3, _ DISTÄICT COOÑCiLS. THESE Councils seem to be the only things that attract attention in the country dis- tricts, bat ve already see in tbem tbe seetjs of discord, for the interests of each petty section of each district are BO purely local that we fear no great improvement can be carried on through them. The people of Mitcham are desirous of having a small district which they can manage easily, and so get the Mitcham road- repaired ; but at the meeting for the election <ef councillors -there -was a large party who were not in- cluded in it, and who proposed that the boundaries tsbould be those ? of the electoral district "but they were not ^permitted to .vote. The report states that after five-district councillors were elected by thirteen in- dividuals tho -protesters, to the number of thirty-five, constituted themselves Into a separate body and cal...

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POLIOR COURT Saturday, February 26th [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

POLIOR COURT Saturday. February 26th Elita Clanfield was charged with using obscene language io Hiudley-street ou the previous eveniug. Fined 5s. William Cook was charged with stealing from the person of Benjamin Covle, eleven £ I notes. Benjamin Govle of Clare, laborer, stated that on Thursday night he was at the Black Swan public bouse, lying under his dray, at winch time he had .leven £1 notes in hts possession. Witness had made an agreement with the prisoner for him to ge to Clare to drive bullocks. The prisoner said be had. no money and witness gave him 10« from bis own pocket. ? They then turned in under the pole of the . dray together aad shortly afterwards wi-ness was1 awoke ,by a friend when he missed hit money. Hé then went in -.¿arch of the prisoner. Witness found that be had * rigged" himself in fresh " togs" and had plenty of money in bis pocket On the fol- lowing evening when the prisoner was arrested he was taken to the Station and searched, when the gold ring produce...

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ARTIC[?] SUBJECT TO AN AD BALOREN DUTY OF 10 PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

1A«TI«LES SUB JECT ?0 43t AB TA^BM DUTT:Oï Càrrîzg&; clo^süaä ^lcA^; ñmgennéannoe- ? rated ; rurou^re vfliofc ^ ga&uefketures j groceries and oilmen's stores not eaooierated; Jewellery, plate '-'.^BiÄ^laMd^"i|boo«. ' psperraanirfacfrtoes, aot enmnèïatêdi peffimMy . , pipes, uoiofeanunon<eláv<; spice«, Mt enumerated j stationary, n&enqniecated; aaeam&erated articles ananpbctored. | A&TICXKS SUBJECT TO A¿ AD YAtt>BSK BOTT OT | ' -SPEBCKHT. Apparel and 6lops; cotlerj and barderare ; dra- pery, haberdashery ^hosiery,millinery ; manufactu- res of silk linen, cotton, wool, and bair; earthen-: ware «ad china ; grindery: $ iron manufactures, not enumerated ; implements and tools j lead, manufac- tured ; leather, manufactures ^unenumerated ; saddlery and harness ; tinware end-tin plates ; riae, and nmnuiactures of ditto; manufactures of «rood; unenumerated «rtíclee, raw. ?. SUBJECT TTO A DCTY Ot fi FSB CEHT. Copper, manufacture...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

ADELAIDE MARKETS. -OBAIFT AND FLOTTE HARKET. Wheat, 6s 9d to 7s* Floor. £21 Barley, English, 6s 9d to 7s per bushel " Cape, 5s to 5s 3d per busbei Oats, 6s to 7s per bushel. Bran, ls 4d Pollard, U4dj I CHAS. J. BABBT. Currie street, next to G. H. Fox and Co.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBIVKD. February 25.-The steamer Phoenix, 230 tons, Pockley,.from Melbourne 22nd instant. Passengers -Messrs Thorpe, -Chambers, Scott, Hall, Gray, ( Emmett, Lyar, Strode, Joshua, Berkie, Finline. Godfrey-, Brown 2, Scotton, Sutherland, Graves, and Capt. Thomas in «he cabin ; and 58 in the steerage. February 26-The brig Mary Clarke, 180 tons, I. Bickers, from Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs Constable, Williams, God pren, Kirby, Sevineh 2, Brodie,-Jenkins 2, Layman, Brown, Bowell, Tre- varick, Forbes, Tanner 2, Styles, Roberts, Auitin, Nichols, Baker, Ford, Warne, Wilson, Langley, An- drews, Smart, Lacey, Oliver and son, Burnard, and -Hudson. Feb 28-The brig Flash, from Melbourne 23rd February, with 23 passengers. Same day-The brig Maid of Erin, from MeL bourne 23rd February, with two passengers. .»* There was a ship or a barque signalled all day, and a schooner in the latter part of the uay, but up to a late hour further particulars bad not reached us. C&...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BULLION   ACT.   The following communication from the Colonial Office was received this morning, in reply to an inquiry from the firm to whom it was addressed, regarding the Assay Office es-   tablished at Adelaide, South Australia, and the prospect of the establishment of a mint at Sydney, New South Wales : Downing street, November 15, Gentlemen,-I am directed by Secretary Sir John Pakington to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 1st instant, and to acquaint you in reply, that the Bullion Act, which was passed by the Local Government of South Australia, has been assented to by the Queen, and that her Ma- jesty's Government have communicated to the Lieutenant-Governor of that colony their disposi- tion not to interfere with the discretion of the local authorities, who have evinced so much ability in their mode of dealing with this subject. I am further directed to acquaint you that on the ques- tion of establishing a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

DIED.   On Friday, 25th ult., aged fifty-two, Mr William Hill, of Currie street, formerly of Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth.          

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. APPROPRIATE PRESENT. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

^Erom Bunch.') The annexed U a liüte offering ofrespect - and gratitude from .^e'Jastftbipfoad pf con- ] vieta to Australia .¡to; .the ^present/head of] the Home ftffiee! * » beautiful work .«*.} ¿rt, representing tho |te§¿. or «^!. pf- * ; ^'cracksman,**made of pure .gold from the 'Digging*, andvfcëara the following anserip- j tion:- j ,< TO tpHB SJgCßETABY OF STATE 1 FQR TttB ÄOMJ» DEPARTANT FOB THE' TIME BEING... I THET GRATEFUL OFFERING OF 500 j CONVICTS. WHO. HAVITG Ü8FT * THEIR COUNTRY FOB THKIfi i COUNTRY'S GOOD. : HAYE FOUND IT VERT MUCH FOB THEIB OWN GOOD ALSO. To all who wish to better themselves in life we can hold up our own Example and say, ' Go thou and do likewise.' " The gift was accompanied with the fol- lowing copy of verses, evidently the pro- duction of one of those unlettered and simple-minded men ** We wos lagged for various acts of priggin*, And in consekrenee was sent to the diggins', Were we 'as the best o' grub j And if so we likes the washin' tu...

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TASMANIA. Our dates extend to the 17th February [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

TASMANIA. Our dates extend to the 57th February The most important piece of intelligence comes to us in the form of a Government Notice, published on the 10th instant, that the Executive had determined to appoint a paid and trustworthy agent at Melbourne, to arrange for the free passage from Victoria of any respectable labourers who might be dis- posed to migrate to Tasmania. - NEW POLICE.-Captain Farr, of the Undine, .brings word that the British Government have enlisted a pdlice force for the Australian Colonies of 1500 men, to serve for seven years, and to receive *s 6d per day- Their destina- tion is to be 500 for Melbourne, 500 for Sydney, and 500 for Van Biemen's Land. Three ships of war, seventy-fours, have been ordered to .convey them to their destination. Captain Farr says he never saw a finer looking body of men in his life. 1 hey are ail appa- rently about 24 years of age.-Launceston Examiner. DALTON AND KELL*. - These notorious desperadoes arrived in Launceston by the st...

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