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ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

ADELAIDE RETAIL PRICES. Bread 6d per 2lb loaf .Flour 3$d per lb DAIRY PRODUCE. Butler, fresh ls 8d per lb Ctiee.se ls 2d to U6d per lb Milk 6d per quart EJJUB 2s per dozen io k 8d to 10a per lb Ham ls 3d to ls 9ddo Bacon I s to ls4ddo Ceese Us to I' s each Fowls bs to f s per pair Pigeons 3s do Ducks 7s 6d to 9s do Wild ditto, 5s per bi ace Teal 2s od do -Quail ls do Turkeys I Os to 15s each VEGETABLES^ Potatoes Sd per lb Cabbages 3d to 6d each Turnips ls per dozen Carrots 4d per bunch. Garlic ls per [b Onions ?d do Si ia lou 4d do Cucumbers 2d to-Sd eacfe Vegetable marrows Sd tc Sd each W at-eroress "id io 3d per bunch Lettuce none -Celrry none Spring radishes none Chillies 4d to 6d per dozen Horse-radUh~6d to ts 6d per stick Parsley 2d per bunch Peap 2s 6d per peck French beans 6d Broad beans none Jerusalem artichokes 6d per lb Pumpkins Sd to 5d each FBDIT. Apples ls 6d lo 2s per lb Apricots 1 s to 2s per dozen Colonial lemons none Figs 6d to J= doz Grapes, green 6d per lb Colonia...

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GEELONG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, 12th Feb. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

GEELONG. - (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, 12th Feb . 1852. THE MAGISIRATE'S GUIDE -A. new work about to be published, to enable gentlemen newly appum'ed to the Commission of the Peace, to facilitate and expedite public busi- ness. This is a very interesting work, as the following- extract will show PoiaoK COOKT. 10 o'clock, A.M. Present : Three' magistrates ; one new chum and two old chums. A witness under examination in a case of robbery. New Mag.-.Well, now, (addressing the witness) how many men came up to you ? Wit.-Three. Kew Mag -Were they all men ? U it.-Yes. New Ala;;.-How do yon know? W it.- ! hey »'ere dressed like men. New Mag. -Isthat your only reason for saying thev were men ? Wit.-No. New Mag.-What other reasons have you for saying so ? Wit.-They had whiskers. New M.tg. -ls that all ? Wit_No. New Mag.- What els« ? Wit.-They lut'i mei.'s voices. New Mag.-Then you will swear titer were three men : j Wit.-Yes. I believe them to be so. i New .Mag -Well, baw were th...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

THE NEW TARIFF: The Act to AmendtheLawsofthe Customs io Sooth 1 Australia 11 a vi i. «j rece i rod her Miye-t v's assent, the following Tariff caine in farce on the J¿6th of December. 1852 ARTICLES. B»coo andharoa. Bags andaacks.com ........ .... ** Ore, gunny, and retarneS .... Sales for wool. "Beef and pork .............^.... Beer, parit-r. ale, cider, and-perry Blacking, liquid .«... ** paste............ ..... ; Boots and shoes, TTS.-Boote, dos pairs j Half ditto. i Rboee. I Childrens*. Bread and biscuit... Bottles, glass and stone. Bricks-Fire and ' ai h. ** other kinda.. .'. Butter . Candles - Ta.low. " Wax, «perm, &c. Canvaa... "Carts and drays . ... Waggons and timber carriages .... Casks, empty. ( ement_. Cheese. Coffee -. Confectionery...... Gopper-sheating aud nails .. Cordage » nd rope-Europe........ Manila .?. Coir and Jnte.. « Unenumerated. Cord. 6tnall, and twine. Corks........» Corn, meal, and flour-Wheat. Barley. Oat« . '...«.. Maize and millet. Peas, beaus, ...

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LOCAL COURT. Thursday, March 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

LOCAL COURT. Thursday, March 5th. FULL JÜRI8DI0TI0S (CRIIUNAL). B?fore H. E. Wigley, fi«q , Sttpeodary Magis- trate, George Stevenson, Esq., Coroner, and Dr. Everard. j John Jackton, a little boy eleven years of age.i was charged with stealing sonia ducks and pigeons , the property of Frederick Levi. I The particulars in this case have already been j fully reported. The Court severely reprimanded the prisoner for j having committed the theft and sentenced him to j one week's imprisonmefttwiih solitary confinement. James Eiitcard Bromley was e1i«r<red with | feloniously assaulting Michael Kelly at Salisbury. From the evidence it appeared that the p' osecutor was walking- on the «lebe st Sa.liai.ury when. i» consequence of iome fa i ily grievance, the prisoner came up and commenced rqnarrelliug, when the as- sault complained of was committed. ' "TWe'Court after' bearing the cfideace returned j '^verdict of not guilty. ~"

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MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT Wednesday, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT Wednesday, February 23. Before George Worthington, Esq, Special Ma- gistrate, and Robt. Montgomery aud Johu Reynell. Esqrs., J.P. C1VII, SIDS. ANDKRSOK V. MICHAEL-Fur £" 10s, account for thrashing wheat by machine. Plea, not indebted. Plaintiff applied to have the case put off, orí account of the unavoidable abstnce of a material witness Put off, the plaintiff paying paying the costs of the day. NELSON K. MITCHELL-For £9 12» 3J for go^ds delivered and a note of hand. j Plea, t-et-off f>r -4 'fs, ami £5 paid on account. Verdict fir plaintiff, £5 ls9d and cjsts. MOOHE V. STUCHBU&T AND ANOTHER-For £7. da-ti a ores and expenses. Verdict for Piainriff£l 15», and £2 if a stockyard which had been removed was not properly replaced. LLOYD V. KEMBLK-For tl5, rent at the time of entering appearance. Defendant pleaded for time, bat not appearing, judgment was given for t l ft. HADOBICC V. HUTCBI\60N-For £2 16s, goods delivered. Plea, set-off for £4 4s. Judgm...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MURDERER WRIGHT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MORNING CHRONICE[?]." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

*£0 THE EDlToß OFTHB ** MOBMNG CHEON TCLF¿ j Sir,--I have felt much, surprise that the sentence of death pronounced upon the. unhappy man William Wright; has elicited no public expression of opinion frem any quarter. There must be a large class in this community opposed to the principle of death punishments, and at all events I j should have supposed the editors of our Inewspapers would take the opportunity of discussing the question of their expediency, on whichever side they might have deemed it their duty to range themselves. To test the state of the popular mind, as well as to give expression to my own convictions, I have prepared a petition to the Governor, which will remain at the Exchange for signature during the next few days. May I also request that you will permit a sheet to lie at your office for the same purpose. I address a similar request to each of your co » temporaries. I am. Sir. vours. Ase.. WM. W. R. WIHTRIDGE. Kensington, March 1, 1853. I The following isa copy o...

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LOCAL AFFALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

LOCAL AFFAIRS. M. STREBINGER'S CONCERT.-On Tuesday evening last a concert was given at tbe Ex- change by a new aspirant for Australian honors in the person of M. Strebinger. With the usual want of punctuality the concert did not   commence until after 8 o'clock, although ad- vertised for half-past 7 o'clock ; however, by the time it did commence we were glad to see that the seats were well-filled with respectable people, and also that a number of the musical world were present, all anxiously waiting to hear this new "star" make his debut before them. His first piece set down in the pro- gramme was the premier concerto of De Beriot, a first class piece. This introduced M. Strebinger; in the early part of the solo he ap- peared to be slightly nervous, and we ran away with the impression that he was a very passable violin player, but that we had heard upon the same boards musicians who greatly excelled him. Next came an air Du Val d' Andore of Holevj, sung by Mr B-- (that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

AUSTRÂt,ÏAÏT ROYAL WAIL STB AM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE splendid Iron Steam-ship MELBOURNE, Al,' íoT)0 tons, ^SOO norse power, James "S» Hutton, comma oder, is now -hourly expected here on her return to London. Parties intending ~to «hip * gold "by tbis Steamer are requested~to make->earry applica- tion to the undersigned, tor 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. ELDER St CO. Feb. 14, 1853. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPAHY. iHE Fourth of this Line, the splendid Iron Steam-ship ADELAIDE, 1800 tons, which was to leave London In De- cember, is expected at Port Adelaide daily. Parties desirous of securing passages by this fine Steam-ship to London, after her re- turn from the neighbouring colonies, are re- quested to engage the same with the Agents here, before her arrival out, so that the agents at Sydney may be instructed to reserve the nec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

AÜSTRALtAN ROYAL M ML STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. I HE splendid Tron S»«nr-ship MELBOURNE, 1500 tons, 300 horse power, Jame« S. (ton, commander, is expected here on her eturn to London, on or , about the 20ih in- stant. Parties intending to Bhip gold by this Steamer are requested to make early applica- tion to the undersigned, lor the purpose ol having it weighed. Th«ä Agents are prepared to receive appl:ca tions for passage berths in this vessel, which mar be vacant on her arrival here. , A. L. ELDER & CO. Feb. 14, 18o3. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. ÍHE Fourth of this Line, the splendid Iron Steam ship A D EL A ID E, 1800 tons, which WHS to leave London In De- cember, is expected at Port Adélaïde towards the end of this month Parties desirous of securing passages by this fine Steam-ship to London, after her re- turn from ihe neighbouring colonies, are re- quited to engage the same with the Agents here, before her arrival out, so that the agents at Sydney ma...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBI VED. March 1-The schooner Robert Clive, J 63 tons i Weaibers.il, from Melbourne 25th ultimo. Pas. j senders-Messrs Harker, White and son, Beaumont | 2, Huft^ Heelden, Macnamara, H as rea. Hago, Wil- liams 2, Ste veas, Mc Inlay, Smith, Thompson., Robinson 2, Brown 5 and Ashby. Same day-The schooner Henrietta, 105 tons, W. Clark, from Melbourne 23rd ul imo. Passengers Messrs Smith «Aid Simpson, in the steerage. Same day-The brig Onkaparinga, 176 tons, Bertheau. from Melbourne 23rd ult. Passengers - Messrs Skinner, Winnot, Meyer, Kirschmann, Kocker!, Box, Clark, Jackwsy, Hocker 2, Carr 2, j Turner, Mahoney 3, Cooper, Rogers, Johns, { Mitchell, Bendholz, Shaw ana Taylor. C*<EAEED OUT. March 1-The brigantine limbo, 120 tons, Wil- son, for Melbourne Pa-seugers-Mrs A deck and Tour children, und Mrs Ellison, in the cabin ; and 27 in the steerage. Same day-the brig Lord Montgomery, 150 tons, Frances, for Singapore. Nç passengers. Maireb 2^$be?3^^ j McBt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

FOR SALE. TO AMATEURS OF CURIOSITIES. ONE B"X of Seychelles and Mauritius SHELLS. Apply to Mr James Avice, at the Exeter Hotel. G. FISH TAKES this opportunity of informing his numerous friends and the public gene- rally, thit he has taken that ?well known House the genuine " Old Black Bull Inn," Hindley ?street, where they may always rely upon get- ting good accommodation ; and though his predecessor'has never yet omitted to serve good cheer, he (G.F.) is determined that no one shall ever say he has been beaten, as it is hts intention to keep a tmt rate slock -of Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, &-c. 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, whe» he took the Bull hy the Horns. It is thc express wish of A. M. that all hts Country Friends will continue to patronise the "Old Bull," as he ¡6 quite sure they will have the same ...

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THE STATE FUNERAL OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. MR D'ISRAELPS ORATION ON WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

THE STATE"T0mWâï^mf*mË' 1>tfS^ Of ^^lp^T0N. MB D'ISRAÎSÈrs QRâTjîdîu ON WELLINGTON. ? ?: ,c Ia the House of Commons, on Monday, on consideration ofjáie^ Onsen's message respecting the provision for the Dake of Wellington's state lunêral. The Chancellor of the Exchequer rose and said-Sir, the House of Commons is called on. to-night to perform a sorrowful but noble duty. It batí to recognise, in the face of the country and of the civilised world, the loss of the most distinguished of our citizens, and to offer to the ashes of the great departed the solemn anguish of a bereaved nation (hear, hear). The princely personage who has left us was born in an age more fruitful of great events than any period of recorded time. The vastest of its incidents and the most conspicuous of its deeds were accomplished by the Dake of Wellington with the smallest means and the greatest obstacles. He was, therefore, not only a great man, bat the greatest man of a great age (hear, hear.) Amidst the chao...

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WELLINGTON. (From Lloyd's Weekly Ayetrspaper, 21st Nov.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

WELLINGTON. {From Lloyd's Weekly Ayetrspaper.2Ut Nov.) Wellington lies fey the side of Nelson. " Twin heirs of fame," their precious dust adds a glory to the glorious edifice^ that cobains them. The funeral day nf Wel- lington bas been a national solemnity. His funeral bell has struck upon the national heart. Crowned with honours ; his great life writ m immortal deeds-; his nure life unstained by one martial or civic blot ; all his fame snow white as the eighty and three winters on his magnificent and venerable beád ; the great moldier-all England for his mourners-bas been -horne to his last bed, there to await the trumpet. Most right was it-a most solemn duty laid upon .the nation-to bestow all possible pomp of so'emnity upon such a ceremony. Small, indeed-paid to the utmost extent of human means-was such a t'^bt to pay. But in attempting to pay rt, the nation en- deavoured to acknowledge its everlasting obligation to the mighty man, for almost half a century the living sword and b...

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UPSET PRICE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

UPSET PRICE OF CROWN LANDS. The usual equanimity of the Register seems so strangely upset on the Crown Lands, that we are willing to suppose its leadiug article ou the ¡st instant was '* Commuuieated." iYhafc supports this idea is that the leader on Immigration in another paper, runs with peculiar suavity, while the Register bears the almost unmis- takeable touch of the Times upon it. Possibly the two able editors met, and two heads being better than one, agreed for once to treat their readers with a little vaiiety, which probably was not altogether une illed for. Can the readers of the gentle Register suppose that the not disloyal or discourteous article in the Chronicle of the 25th ult, could produce from the re-il editor such terms as " treasonable, shameful, deliberate misrepresentation, barefaced falsehood, &c, &c." The Loudon Daily Xews states that the paupers selected for emigration bj the guardians of the Union in St. Martin's, were the able-bodied poor. The ...

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SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS AT ANGASTON [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 March 1853

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS AT ANGASTON [We copy the following interesting account   of the Examination of Pupils at Angaston, from the Register of the 2nd instant-ED. A. M. Chronicle.] A public examination of the pupils connected   with Mr Nesbit's school at Angaston was held in the chapel near that pleasant village, on Thursday, the 17th ultimo. Most of the parents and some other friends of the school were present. The exercises in English grammer and arithmetic, although short, were entirely satis factory; indicating that whilst the children   are neither perfect grammarians nor ac-   countants, they have laid a solid foundation for future proficiency in these important branches of education.   The contest for a silver medal, offered by   the Magistrates of the neighbourhood for the best acquaintance with English history, oc cupied most of the afternoon. Eleven pupils entered the lists, but in an hour four had ...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 March 1853

BB»R-Borton Ale,hhdL ¿.¿ufe*. J>à&iM?-íifta. Bottled do,¿ox ¡ itfk&t^*-' SPIBITO-Brandy, liariell*, ' ". in bond, gallon -I...,-. 0 IS,.* Genera, case, 4 gallon doI, 5 O Ram. BP 1 ó,pt, galton de _ O .8.. 6 Do, 15 to35o>, gallando'* O 5 . o; Whiskey, galítm ..¿--?V, P - * WISES - Champagne, doz'.. 1 10 Claret,doz, ....i.^1-.- 1 O' Marsala, pipe........ .. ï5 0 Port, pipe ........ i;.. 20 doz « I Sherry, pipe.80 Teneriffe, pipe ......... 15 0 SUQABS-Java, brown, ton 19 O Yellow,ton..4... 28 O Manila,ration,ton .... 19 0 Mauritius, first counter, . ton.26 ,.0 Loaf, English, too-.- 84 0 Sydney,ton ........... -41 0, Crushed loaf sogar, . - - ? 72 0 Molasses,ton..... .... 14 o TEA-Conmen,chest...... * 0 Hyson-skin, chest ...#.. 4 0 COFFEE-«Java, lb. . 0 0 Mocha, lb....... . ... . TOBACCO - In bond ; cigars, Manila, No? thousand 3 IO 0 No. 3, thousand......... 3 0 0 N'head, Karratt's, lb. .. O I 6 Kerr's, lb. .... 0 13 Dunlop-«,lb.... 0 0 9 very «caroo. 4 o a a ditt...

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COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 March 1853

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BANK OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 March 1853

BANK OP VICTORIA. Parchase Bills-On London, at SO days' aigbt, at par Ditto, on bills against gold dust, li per cent dis- count. , For every additional 30 days, J per cent dis connt. On Sydney. If per cent discount. " On Adelaide, 2 per cent discount. 4 Op Launceston, 1 per cent discount. On Hobart Town, 1 per cent discount. On Geelong, at sight, & pei; cent discount. . For every additional 15 days, £ per cent dis- count. Issue Drafts-On London, at 30 days* sight, at par. On Sydney, £ per cent premium. On Adelaide, I per cent preminm. On Hobart Tomi and Laoncestoa, I per cent prenti am. On Geelong, ¿ per cent' premium

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BAKE OF NFW SOUTH WALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 March 1853

BAKE OF NFW SOUTH WALKS. Put chase Bills-On London, at 30 days' sight, 2 per cent, discount, on gold Bud wool. I Bills on Sydney, 1 i per cent, and Moreton Biy, at ' I 6Ígbt, 2i per cent discount. On Adelaide, at sight, 2 per cent discount. i On Laooceston «cd Hobart Town, at sight, 1 perl cent discount. \ OnGte'ongat par . ' | Issue Drafts-' On London, at SO days* Bight, j at par. t On Moreton Bay, at sight, 1 percent premium. On Sydney, at eight, 1 per cent premium. On Adelaide, at sight, 1 per cent premium. On Launceston"and Hobart Toirn, at sight, I per cent premium.

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WELBOURNE RATES OF EXCHANGE. BANK OF AUSTBALASIA AKD UNION BASK, OF AUSTRALIA. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 8 March 1853

WELBOURNE KATES OF EXCHANGE. BANE OF AUSTBALASIA AKD UNION BASK, OF AUSTRALIA. - February 18. Parchase Bills-OD London, et 30 days'eight, li per cent discount. For every additional SO days, } percent, dis« count. . .On Sydney, Bathurst,and Maitland, at sight. It per cent discount. Every additional 15 days, i per cent discount. On Adelaide, 2 per cent discount. On Portland, at sight, 1 percent, discount. On Keir Zealand, at sight, 1 per sent discount. On Van C iemen's Land, at sight, 1 per cent dis con nt. OD Geelong, at sight, ¿ per oeut discount Issue Drafts-On London, at 30 days' sight, at par. On Sydney and Maitland* at sight, } per cent premium. On Kathnret, Portland, Nev Zealand, Van Diemen's Land, and Adelaide, at sight, 1 per cent premium. On Geelong, at sight, ¿ per cent premium.

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