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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

VICTORIA. By the arrival of the steam-ship Pheenix on Friday last, we have Melbourne papers to thc 21st instant. Gold was £3 15s 9d. The Ovens Escort arrived at the Treasury offices on Saturday afternoon with 4,478 ounces of gold The last certificate number is 1218. TUE 'MOUNT ESCORT.-The usual semi- weekly Government Escort arrived from Mount Alexander and Bendigo on Saturday, bringing down 4,258 ounces ot gold. The last numbers are 7,729 from the Moant and 11,569 from Bendigo. BENDIGO.-Letters were received in Mel- bourne on Saturday announcing that two or three very large nuggets had been dug up ic a gully near Bendigo, but we have not heard of anyfuther particulars. BALLARAT ESCORT.-This Escort arrived last evening with 5,107 ozs. of gold, 3,368 ozs. of which was Iefc at Geelong. The last cer ti fica te number is 606. Two large nuggets were brought down by this Escort, one weigh- i ing 368 czs. 10 dwts., and the other 134 ozs. 15 dwts. VICTORIA GOLD ESCORT. - The Private Escort ...

Publication Title: Adelaide Morning Chronicle
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ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 12ST OF NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

i : -. .. _y ENGLISH NEWS TO THEA'S 1ST OF NOVEMBER. j.. By way of Van Diemen's Land we are ; enabled to pat oar Teaders in possession of English news to the 2lst November. The funeral of the late-Duke of Welling- ton took, place on the 18th of November, with all the ceremonial and pomp that it was possible for a great nation to exhibit in the obsequies of-so renowned a man. The whole nation - waa represented, and dis- tinguished persons*'from almost every European 6;f£te were jiresenfc, and took part in the ceremonies. The remains of the great Duke were îaid-by the gide-of Nelson, in the Cathedral bf St. Paul. The ^ool market had been steady since the public sales, and the arrivals mode- rate. ' The Dvdbrook,. with convicts for Free- mantle, Western -Australia, had left Ports- mouth for convicts from Dartmoor. Mr H. Browne, thc. founder of the Primitive Methodists or Ranters, was dead. He had lived to a very advanced age. Lord Eglinton had been elected Lord Rector of Glasgow, by a ...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Friday, February 25. [Before Mr Justice Cooper.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

SUPREME OOÜBT. CSIMIKAL SBSMOKS» í Friday, February 25.' [Before Mr Justice Cooper.] David Davies, convicted of ottering A forged re- ceipt, was brought op for sentence. Mr Fither moved in arrest of Judgment, th© re- ceipt not beiog s receipt.for goods within the statute. , The Judge, or. the .count .being read, overruled the objection. ;- . Hr fisher urged that on some cf the counts charging the same offence, .the prisoner .was found not jjuilty-therefore the verdict' was inconsistent. His Honor sfcw nothing inconsistent ïn it. Mr Fisher said Aero could he tio'donbt that the -Jory, in finding a verdict tíf guilty generally upon ^thè last count, did not understand what they vere aom?r The prisoner, by - the genera! verdict, was precluded from the benefit of the law by writ-of error. "His Honor-The law has taken away that safe- guard by especial enactments j Mr Fisher-Then the sooner the law is altered , ' the better. 1 | His Honor-No ; it is s recent alteration. But j if you can con...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

-------*-----   LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE POLICE.-We are now glad to find   that the police hare set to work in right earnest to bring to justice the whole host of   thieves and vagabonds which now infest this   city. By a clause in the Police Act they are   enabled to apprehend all suspicious characters whom they find out at night, and who have no visible means of gaining a subsistence. The plan the police are now adopting appears to be good, and we doubt not but that by that vigilance which the force, in this colony are so famed for, they will either succeed in bringing them to justice, or the vagabonds finding themselves so hotly pursued by their enemies, will leave the country. varions ijeJft^tó|ÍJ^ ¿hapelín-Ü^jl»^ - ïirfependenï'-^^ $^^-e¿tern Dfétrocté. Àiï« pölb^ the wt of the morning wa8 0«CB in ibo : business meetings of ministers and church   delegates. The Independent interests of Mac- clesfield, Encounter Bay, Mac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

FOR SALE. [ TO AMATEURS OF CURIOSITIES. ONE Box of Seychelles and Mauritius SHELLS. j Apply to Mr James A vice, at the Exeter I Hotel ! X numerous friends and the pubiic gene- ; , rally, that be has taken that well known House ' j ihe genuine " Old Black Bull Inn," Hindley street, -whererthey may always rely upon get- j ¡ting good accommodation; and though his ! predecessor has never yet omitted to serve good i cheer, he (G.F.) is determined that no one shall ever say he has been beaten, as it is his intention to keep a first rate stuck - of . Wines, Spirits, Ale, Perter, &c j The whole of the house having been thoroughly cleansed and repaired, . render it one of the: best hotels in the city. The Stables and Stockyards will be kept as liberally as ever they were by A. Malcolm, when he took the Rull by the Horns. It is the express wish of A. M. that ¿ll bis Country Friends will continue to patronise the ** Old Bull," as he is quite sure they will bave the same accommodation a...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

Th© Sydnejr Correspondence of the Melbourne Herald, wñtcs thus under date ÍOtí»:^braáryr- V^Vóv - The Warata esme in this morning, bringing intelligence of -the arrival{:^^|ie; -with spirits and vine. The George ..Me^a]fe.3ur-\ rived here this morning tíró with a consider«- i ble cargo of «agar, spirits, and wines. These supplies are seasonable. "ôar'tnârkët* are" not changed. There is, however, some flatness in the Up country trace, owing te the unsettled. Stale of things on the 1 Turon. Town «gents for storekeepers at the diggings have cessed to make purchases, and this branch of business is therefore at a stand still for the present. In other-respects, trade continues very brisk, and the demand for consumable articles is unceasing, whilst the supply is still very moderate. At Mr Mort's wool sale yesterday, prices were well maintained, ls 5£d to ls 6d being obtained for superior clips. The accounts of the October sales at home are encouraging. The upward tendency of our market sti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

m i* STEAM-SHIP "CLEOPATRA" STEAM BETWEEN" ADELAIDE, MEL-] BOURNE, AM) SYDNEY. ^ (Probably calling at Portland Bay.) 4^ On or about the 1st March. . THE magnificent end unrivalled swift iron steamship *, QIMEO PA TBA, 1500 tons, 30(9, horse power, again «nay be expected^ sail os above OB or about the 1st ? of March. For passage epplv to s * A. L. ELDER & CO. 5th February, t8S3. <1 AUSTRAL!AN" ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE splendid Iron Steam-ship MELBOURNE, Al, (500 tons, 300 horse power, James 8. Hutton, commander, is expected here on her return 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 vacant on her arrival here. A. L. ELDEE & CO. Feb. 14, 1853. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Fourt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 1 March 1853

-STEAM JO MELBOUT£NE<'& SYDNEY. THE magnificent and unrivalled new ¡ron steam ship CLEOPATRA, JMS, tong, SOÍUioae power, -CaptvE» Cadell, <mte or ike~Queen of Sheba, and well-known on the coast),: ia expected at Port Adelaide from 1st to ,5th March, and will sail-again for "Melbourne and Sydney in 48 hours after ar- rival. 3 ^ For passage applv to "A. L. ELDER & CO. 1st Maráh.1853. IFOR MELBOURNE. ? ?? \ A Regular Trader. Goes Direct to the "Wharf. THE first class clipper schooner HENRIETTA, £\ Brier, master, will be de-vj spatched for the above Port] three days after discharge of -her inward cargo. For freight or passage apply to J. F. DUFF, Tort, or to F. J. «BEGK & CO., Adelaide. Feb. 28, 1853. FOR PORT ELLIOT AND GUICHEN BAY. A Regular Trader, to Sail Monthly. n , rnHE fine cutter rfbàs, JL JOSEPH TEE ARCHER 60 tons, Robert Buck, master, will sail for the above ports with immediate despatch. For further particulars of freight or pass...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

Ont mBrketB í^^aáíá^rof ^^aisVe^d»^ .. écription of Bntish raero^ inaiiy articles nf dailj cohMunpä^ monslyjhigh. Parcliáacns'ef are^f fieront occident» 4^ oar demand opon, the edjacea* cobmies'^velbe^V auicouiiiine Tery considerable,to ineet 'tíbjB;ie'|nín£. in en ts of a, large, and fast -Mtendinspopniauon,:. ; Provisions are abundant. ? ales are effected at pay- ing prices. £ B.-1 d. £ s. d . BKKR-Burton Ale. lihd. 9 0 0 » lt» Ú r 0 ' Other do, bbd . e l Ci 0 7 ,0 O Bottled do, <!oz. O U O O O O Tay lo.'s porter, hhd .... none' Other do, hud. 6 6 0 9 0 6 I ottled do, doz none SPÍBITS-brandy, Martélls, ' in bond, gallon r_ O li 6 O IS . 6 ' Geneva, case, 4 gallon do 15 O O 0 0 Kum BP ÍO OP; gallón do O 3 6 O 6:í:fl^. Do, 15 to 25 op. gallon do O 5 O 0 -6i!í" Whisker, gallon . O * 6 0 5 ' 3' \4 WINES - Champagoei^oxv. I IO O 2 O O ; Claret, d«z. 1 0 0 1 IO O Marsala, pipe......15 O O 17 O O Fort, pipe. 20 O O 43 10 Ü Terr scarce. dor . 14 Ó 2 8 0 ditto. I Sherry, pipe., ...

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COMMEBCTAL BABKIKG COMPANY OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

COMMEBCTÀL BABKIKG ?ÓHPAKF Of STOKKT. Purchase Bill's-On London, at 30 days* sight, at 1 i per cent discount. "For every additional 30 ^ays, ¿ per cent, dis ?connt On Sydney, at sight, IJ per cent discount. Issue Drafts-On London, at SO days* eight, etj par. . .... , On Sydney, at right, | per"««* prenmnn.

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BANK OF YICTOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

BANK OF YICTOBIA. Purchase Bills-On London, at 30 days' sight, at par Ditto, on bills against gold dost, l£ per cent dis- count. For every additional 30 days, £ per cent dis I count. j On Sydney. 1f per cent discount. On Adelaide, 2 cer cent discount. Oo Launceston. 1 per cent discount. On Hobart Town, 1 per cent discount. On Geelong, at'sight, ¿ per cent discount. For every additional 15 days, £ per cent dis- count. Issue Drafts-On London, at 30 days' siçht, at par. On Sydney, J per cent premium. On Adelaide, I per cent premium. On Hobart Town and Launceston, 1 per cent premium. On Geelong, $ per cent premium. j

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SHIP MAILS. Friday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

SHIP MAILS. Friday, March 4. Mails will be dispatched as ander- ' J For Great Britain, hy the A. R. M. S. Melbourne to London, daily expected; by the Macedon, to Calcutta and Overland, this day, at 11. For Victoria, by the Walter Scott, this day, at IL and by the Chilian, this day, at half-past 3. For (he East Indies, as above. Fur Western Australia, by the A. Ü.M. S. Mel- bourne,M above. For Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope, by the , Á. ß. Al. S. Melbourne, as above.

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BANK OF NFW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

BANK OF NFW SOUTH WALES. . Poi chase Bills-On London, at SO ¿aje.' sight, 2 per cent, discount, on gold and wool. Biîls on Sydney, li per cent, and Moreton Bay, at sight, 2k per cent discount. Un Adelaide, at sight, 2 per cent discount. ?On Launceston and Hobart Town, at sight, 1 per ; cent discount. I On Geelong at par Issue Drafts - On London, at 30 days' sight, at par. On Moreton Bay, at sight, 1 percent premium. On Sydney, at sight, 1 per cut premium. On Adelaide, at Mgbt, I per cent premium. O j Launceston and Hobart Town, at sight, I per cent premium.

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, March 3, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

ROSS'S SHARE LIST. S, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, March 3, 1853. Burras-£126 to £127, ex dividend. Gold, £3 15s. buyers. Money - 10 per ceut. on freeholds. Ditto,,12£ percent, on other securities. Eligible town freeholds, yielding «W per cent, per annum, much eneja i red for. Applv to Í F. ROSS, Broker.

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MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

MELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BAN£ OF AUSTRALASIA AND UKXOK BASK OF AUSTRALIA. February 18. Purchase Bills-Ou Loudon, at SO days' sight, IJ per cent discount. For every additional SO days, J percent, dis- count. On Sydney. Bathurst, and Maitland, at sight. 1} per cent discount. Every additional 15 tíays. ¿ f.er cent discount. On Adelaide, 2 per cent discount. On Portland, at sight. I per ce¡it. discount. Ou New Zealand, at sight, 1 per Cf nt discount. Ou Vau C iemeu's Laud, at sight, 1 per cent dis conat. Ou Geelong, at sight, ¿ per cent discount j Issue Drafts-On London, at SO days' sight, at par. i On Sydney and Maitland, at sight, j per cent premium. On Bathurst, Portland, New Zealand, Vau Diemen's Land, and Adelaide, at sight, 1 per cent premium. On Geelong, at 6Íght, ¿ per cent premium. i

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MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

MELBOURNE LABOUR MAUSET. shepherds. Innkeepers, (¿c , are rh great demand, and ea«er enquiries are wade for those lately ari i ved from the Isle of >kye. Many of these men have called ut the registry offices, professing to be anxious tn hire, and having received the addi esses of ihe masters willing to engage them, ha\e pro- ceeded to find out those who were in town, and the» have taken them (the masters) to the Etui gration De|>ot to complete the engagement. stating that they were not allowed to hire anywhere save at tlie i)rpot. By these nseass the regis; ry offices »re deprived of their legitimate profits, ai d have their trouole for noihing. We make tbis statement on ike authority of a .party who has been thoa victimised. The present rate of wages arc as ttuder : - Married couples, without family, per ann nm, with rations, i60 to £?>i Dino, with family, £50 to£55 Shepherds, with rations perannnm, £30 to £35 H ut keepers, per annum, with rations» £3ü General farm servant...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, March ith. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, March ith. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Mesura Fisher, Fiveash, Hall, Witt, Paxton, Sherwin, Platts, Young, Slatter, Glan.Ifield, and Ha ire. Finance-Expenditure, £143 13s 6d ; Re- ceipts, £100 0 lOd; Balance in hand, £28 8s 7d. Auditors Report- The Report of John Hector and Nicholas James junr., was rend. Referred to the Finance Committee. Ci'y Surveyor-Hhs report intimated that streei eleans-i' g had be>-n done as usual and th^t the addition to. the F«.ot-bridge was finished and fixed and would be ready for painting on the following day. A letter was then read lrom the Surveyor, tendering hi- resignation to the Council. Resignation accepted. The Mayor said ne considered it his duty to infirm the Council that he ttu uaht the Sur- veyor oujjht to have given some particular time at which tr» give up i is situation. Supposing any work of consequence hid been going on and the Surveyor had tendered his resignation the Council would have been placed in a...

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GENERAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

j GENERAL MARKETS. <Urivhages and cauliflowers 6s to J2s per doz. 1 urnqis-Gs per doz Cnrrots 6d j<er dszen Parsnips 6s ¡«or ditto -Spiu-i^e ls per ditto. Lettuces 6s per dozen Plums -ls 6d per lb Frenrh beans Is per lb Pears 5s ]>er dozen Apples ls f.-er lb Cherries 4s 6d per lb Cheese 2s.per lb. -Onions ls per lb. Hutu 2s per lb. I Cucumbers I« each. Green peas Is per quart " I New potatoes 4d per lb j Butter 3s per lb ! K<,r>is is 6d per dozen j Geese and turkey» 10s eaeh ! Ducks and fowls 14s per pair

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—FEB. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

M.ELBOUH1O MARKETS.-FEB. 18. JPRICES OF FLOHE At Alison'sand Knight's MiHs-Fina naur. £22 per ton. Seconds, £2 r" ditto. Bran, 2s ?d per bushel Wheal to 8a. At Dight's Mills.-Fine flonr, ¿"22 per ton. Seconds, J-2LI -ditto. Bran, 2s 6d per bushel.

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The Morning Chrnnirle. "This is true liberty, when free-born men, lia vmg to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. Adelaide; Friday, March 4, 1853. UPSET PRICE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

Clie Horning ?jjrnnirle. I This is true liberty, when free-born men, lia vmg to advise the public, may speak free." ¡ -Euripides. Adelaide ; Friday, March 4, 1853. UPSET PRICE OF CROWN LANDS. OUR eon temporary the Register, on Wed- nesday last, launched out into an article of considerable length in reply, or rather in abuse, of a communication which ap- peared In this paper. We did not agree with the writer, and expressed ourselves so, bat thought that the temperately expressed and deliberately formed opinion of a fellow colonist was at least entitled to consideration, and thought that by inserting that communication and thereby calling forth that magniloquent ex- pression of opinion in so influential a journal as the Register we were doing good service, and instead of being blamed for preferentially employing that writer (which is not true) we ought to have been thanked for giving such an opportunity of shining. The Register says that it is a shameful untruth, or rather "an untruth...

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