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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LOCAL NEWS. POLICE PROTECTION FOR NORTH ADELAIDE. A meeting was held at the Wellington Inn, North Adelaide, on Friday evening, pursuant to advertisement, to take into consideration the pro- priety of memorializing His Excellency the Governor on the present total abstraction of police protection from North Adelaide. Present-Alderman Cumming, Messrs U. N. Bagot, Lawson, Pearson, Wallace, Dr Davies,   and several other persons interested in the district. In consequence of the severity of the weather, there was not so numerous an attendance as might have been expected, taking into consider- ation the importance of the subject. It was proposed, seconded, and carried that Alderman Cumming do take the chair. It was unani-mously agreed that the subject called for immediate and serious consideration, as North Adelaide was now entirely deprived of police protection of any kind, and depredations of various descriptions were daily taking place, and are on the increase, to the alarm...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

?-? MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The Council assembled on Friday last at 12. Present-All the members. The Acting Town Clerk read the minutes of the previous meeting, in which he designated Messrs F. S. Dutton, J. B. Neales, and Wm. Wyatt, as a Provisional Council. On the motion that the minutes be confirmed, Alder- man Cumming objected to these gentlemen being called a Provisional Council. They were merely appointed to execute the func- tions of certain officers, and could not repre- sent a corporate body. Alderman Solomon considered that upon a fair construction of the 122nd clause, they were entitled to act and to be called a Provisional Council. Alderman Cumming did not intend to move farther in the matter. He merely stated his individual opinion. The motion was then passed. THE CORPORATION ACRE. The Mayor read the following letter and reply : No. I. His Worship the Mayor to the Honorable the Colonial Secretary,   Adelaide, June 10,1852.   " Sir,-The Corporation o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

CORRESPONDENCE. THE DIGGINGS. Mr Mackay, the writer of the following letter, is well known, especially in the northern part of the colony, as respectable and trust- worthy, having resided several years in Gawler Town. He has desired us to give his name, as he can personally vouch for the correctness of   all his statements. His letter, it will be per- ceived, is dated before the rains came on, since which prices have been doubled and in some instances trebled. By last accounts flour was £16 per bag at Bendigo : - To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." Bendigo Creek, Victoria,   May 8th, 1852. DEAR SIR,-According to promise, I now write to you from the gold diggings. We were one week from Adelaide to Melbourne, and one week from there to the gold diggings. As I am writing this on the stump of a tree, you will please excuse errors. I shall now proceed to give you a few hints suitable for parties who may wish to proceed from South   Australia ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

VICTORIA. By the Selma we have papers from Mel-   bourne to the 5th instant.   Account sales of Port Phillip gold had   been received from London. The net pro-   ceeds of 18 ozs. 6 dwts., were £65 9s 11d. Another murder had been perpetrated in Melbourne. The victim was John Facey, an emancipist. A Mr A. H. Treve- than and a Chinese shepherd, had been murdered by the blacks in Barnett Dis- trict, New South Wales. A public meeting of the colonists had   been called by the Anti-Convict League. On June 4, 15,420 ozs of gold arrived   from the Mount. The Adelaide Gold Escort had arrived,   and would, according to Mr Bryce Ross,   take two tons. The weather had improved,   and great numbers had gone to Bendigo,   others to Melbourne and Adelaide. Mr   Ross speaks in glowing terms of the sterling   qualities of the South Australians, and &nb...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 10. APPOINTMENT.—P. Cumming, Esq., Trustee of the Savings Bank, vice James Hamilton, Esq., re- signed. APPOINTMENT CANCELLED.—Wm. Hawkes, as   Poundkeeper, Glen Osmond.   EXPORTS.—The following Colonial produce was exported in the week ending 5th June:-Wheat 34 qrs. Flour 63½ tons. Barley 59 qrs. Bran and pollard 36½ tons. Oats 16 qrs. IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION.—Passengers at Port Adelaide, for the week ended 2nd June : - Inwards. Outwards. Male adults. 178 20 Female ditto . 4 13 182 33   INSOLVENCY NOTICES. DIVIDEND MEETINGS.—Creditors to attend and   Prove.   Jeremiah Blake, 28th June, at Eleven. Robert Holding, 28th June, at Twelve. Daniel Riordan, 28th at One.   DIVIDENDS C. Young, 2s in the pound, 15th June.   W. Dean, 2s ditto ditto     Robt Carr, 10d ditto ditto   W. C. Eland, 3d ditto ditto.        

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INDIA.—WAR WITH BURMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

INDIA.-WAR WITH BURMAH. By the Ferdinand from Singapore, we have papers to the 13th April. There seems no doubt that war would com- mence on the 1st of April. The Burmese had accused the Commissioners sent to the Go- vernor of Rangoon, of being drunk, which had exceedingly displeased the Governor-General.   His ultimatum was to be replied to on 1st of April, by whish time a very large force of steamers and troops would have arrived. Ad- miral Austin left Penang for Rangoon on the 28th March, with the steamers Rattler and Salamander. The Burmese had burnt Marta- ban, a town opposite Rangoon, and it is said they had assembled 50,000 men at Ava. Immense preparations were making at Cal- cutta ; All the transports but three had left, some of the native troops had refused to go by sea, and were to go by land. The U.S. ship Susquahanna had arrived at Singapore on her expedition to Japan. Some horrible acts of atrocity had been per- petrated at the Nicobars. They had taken seve...

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THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. As the public are doubtless anxious to   know as many particulars as possible of the causes of a change of Government which will in all probability effect the interests of Australia more than any other part of the British Empire, we devote a great space to the quotation from the Home News of Feb. 24, an able article on that subject, part of which only, we published in our last :— " While noble things in darkness grope, The Statesman's aim, the Poet's hope, The Patriot's impulse gathers fire, And germs of future fruits aspire," —MEREDITH. The anticipations we ventured upon in our last number have been suddenly realized in a way which was hardly expected in the exact shape it has taken by any section of politicans, and least of all by the adhe- rents of the Ministry. On the afternoon of Saturday last, in consequence of a defeat, by a majority of 11, on the Local Militia Bill, the night before (being by a strange   coincidence, the very...

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THE CHURCH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

THE CHURCH QUESTION. Tho following documents which appear in   the Auckland papers, will be read with in-   terest. A meeting to take them into con- sideration was to be held at Auckland on the 3rd ultimo. Pastoral Letter of the Bishop of New Zealand to the Members of the Church of England in the Diocese of New Zealand. St. John's College, April 19, 1852. My dear Friends and Brethren, —The re-   ports which I have received from England, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Tasmania, have convinced me that the time has come when it is my duty to press upon you the ne-   cessity of applying to the heads of the State and of the Church in England for authority to frame, under their sanction, such a form of constitution for our branch of the English Church as may define the privileges and du- ties of all the members, whether clerical or lay, and secure to them a due participation in   the management of its affairs. The necessity of this mea...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

INDIA. By the arrival of the Royal Saxon, which left Calcutta on the 16th March, we learn that a Burmese war had broken out. The left wing of the 18th were embarking for the scene of action when the Royal Saxon left. It is said that Rangoon has been well fortified since the blockade, and up- wards of 100 guns been mounted. All the available river steamers have been dis- patched to Dinapore to bring down H.M.     84th Regiment, and a park of Artillery of   no trifling magnitude is being rapidly pre- pared in the arsenal. Orders have been sent to Madras for a large force to be sent direct to the seat of operations from that Presidency. It is reported that General Godwyn will be sent down to command the Bengal division of the army.—Courier.

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LATEST FROM THE CAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

LATEST FROM THE CAPE. We have Cape papers to the 25th March, being a month later than our former advi- ces.   Lieutenant-Governor Darling arrived at   Table Bay, by the steamer Harbinger, on the 24th March; General Yorke and a number of passengers were in the same vessel. General Cathcart, who was to supersede Sir Harry Smith, had sailed in the Hydra, which was hourly expected when the Nestor sailed. A despatch from Earl Grey covering the commission and instructions to General Cath- cart, have been published at Cape Town. We may, for the present, observe that the Lieu- tenant-Governor is to reside at Cape Town, with authority to carry on the civil government while the Governor himself is on the frontier, or otherwise engaged in the adjacent territories, should the Governor after the termination of the war take up his own residence at Cape Town, the services of the Lieutenant-Governor will then be required in the eastern division. The office is intended to b...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 14 June 1852

EXTRACTS. —   PEMBROKE.—A few weeks ago it was   decided by the Lords of the Admiralty that the Windsor Castle, a first rate of 120 guns, now in course of building at Pembroke Royal Dockyard, should be cut in half and lengthened to the extent of upwards of 30 feet, and accordingly the necessary orders   were issued for the immediate carrying   into effect of this intention. The lengthen-   ing is to take place amidships, and the vessel is likewise to be fitted with a steam   propeller, for which purpose she will also   be lengthened at the stern to the extent of   seven feet and a-half. Immediately on the receipt of the orders preparations were made for carrying them into effect, and only a few days elapsed before all was ready. The object was to cut the ship through from the topsides to the kelson, and then to launch the after part to the extent of 30 feet, the required distance....

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

NEW SOUTH WALES. We have files to the 1st and intelligence to the 2nd Jone. The principal news is that trade was good, and gold firm at 65s 6d. Hay was sold at 10s per cwt. A new gold field had been discovered on the j Dividing Bange between the Bogan and the Lachlan, near Molong. j Information had been received that Gibbs, ; Bright, and Co., of Liverpool, were about to despatch the steamer Great Britain to Sydney as one of their line. TRIAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN BGMARENQ PROPELLER -In accordance with the arrange- ments which formed the theme of some inter- esting discussion in this journal during the last few days, the steamer Keera., which has been fitted with Sir Thomas Mitchell's " Australian Bomareng Propeller,'' made her trial trip on Saturday afternoon. A large party had assem- bled to meet Sir Thomas, amongst whom were Lord Audley, Mr Justice Dickenson, the Solicitor-General, and many ot the leadii.g gentlemen of this city, who are interested in maritime and mercantile affairs. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23rd. SUGált, EX "EUGENE." SAMSON", WICKSTEED&CO;. Will cell l»v auctkn, at the Mart, ¡it l2"o';locit, TIT F, entire carjio of the Eugene, from Mau- ritius, consisting of 1000 Bags Grocers' Sugar 100 Cases Brandy J 00 Cases Sardines 10 Hhds Kum. These are well assorted samples, selected expressly for this market, and are particularly recommended to the notice of the trade. TO PERSONS FORMING GARDENS. FOR SALE, during the ensuing season, at the HIGHERCOMBE GARDENS: All sorts of European Fruit Trees, large and small, and Erotic Fruits, Forest Trees, and Ornamental Shrubs, of great variety and of every size. Filbert, llazlenut and Walnut Trees in any .quantity. Application may be made to Mr William Dunn, Highercombe, or to Mr Thomas Giles, Exchange. Adelaide, June 7di, 1852. ON SALE. AT THE STORE of the Undersigned . 150 hhds. Best Porter 50 Do. Burton Ale 100 Do. Swinburne's Ale 50,000 No. 2 & 3 Cigars Pale and Golden Sherries First-class Port Wines Col...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

EXTRACTS. ' Orra OWN CORBESPQNDENT."-There never waa such a plague ! Puck mislead- ing Demetrius and Lysander, or clapping and ass's head upon Bottom, did not dis- tract and worry his victims half so much as " our own correspondent " vexes the Mo- narchs of Europe by his unceremonious comments on their conduct, or his Marplot revelations of their schemes and strategy. He follows the camp, and lets the enemy into the secrets of intended movements and combinations ; he haunts the exchange and explains the manouvres by which the public funds are made to appear in request j he speaks his mind about the highest per- sonages with a blunt plainness of language that is quite provoking. Kings and poten- tates cannot attend to their business for hearkening after the speeches of this curious impertinent. Then, be is as impalpable as he is omnipresent. His voice is, as Trin eulo said of Ariel's song, " a tune played by the picture of nobody!" He is the very Hubezahi of German legends-close at y...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

ADELAIDE iRÍCK CüfiEENT. ; IMPOSTS. - SPIRITS (Ut bond) . £ a d * f .d r Brand?, Gaited Vin. per . . _ -. " I gullen ............ 0 7 0, J«« I Dittft do. do., per. case 1 0 0 1 5/ 0 Ditto, Martelrs, per gaL 0 7 0 O tí O Ditto, ditto per ease . . IO« i * O Do. other brands per gai. O 5 6 . 6 » V... I Ditto, ditto, per case . . 10 0 i 2 » \ i Roo» (W. L) per gallon 0 5 6 « 4 » Whisky,ditto ... .... OOO OOO Gin (Old lom) diiio.. O 6 O o 6^0» : Geneva, »er casa. OOO OOO WINES - (doty paul) - Port, per pipe. 35 O 0 5» 0 O Ditto, per dozen. 100 115 0 Sherry, per pipe. 30 O 0 40 0 O Ditto, per dosen...... 0 18 0 I 8 t» Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 O 3 0 O ClareCdttto. 110 I 6 o Marsala, per pipe. 25 0 0 30 O O Ditto, TOT dosen. 0 18 O I 5 O PORTEE Taylor's per hhd-} Trueman's.\ 5 0 0 5 15 O Barclay Perkins* ( Wliitbtead's.J " " Ditto per dosen. O 10 O Oil O Dubliu ditto, per bhd4 10 O 6 O O ALE-London Dranas, per fchd.. 6 O O 7 0 0 Bass's Burton, No. 3.. 6 15 O 7 IO O No...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 17. CONTAGIOUS DISEASE IN MERCHANT VESSELS,   -Under the Act No. 3, 1850, his Excellency has   issued a proclamation appointing new and more stringent regulations in reference to merchant ves- sels. As the health officer is charged with various duties in these regulations we presume he is rein- stated, and as he has acted all along we trust he   will receive his back pay. THE ABORIGINES.-The Protector publishes an elaborate report from which we learn that in con- sequence of the judicious measures taken by him- self, the Sub-Protectors and Resident Magistrates, the natives in place of robbing or insulting the females or other inhabitants in districts nearly de- serted by adult males, they have been of the greatest service in supplying the dearth of labor caused by the gold mania. At this moment 200,000 sheep are under the charge of natives. The amount of crime perpetrated by natives is less than it has ever be...

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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

SYDNEY COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The arrivals of the week have brought but few spirits to meet the demand-sales are reported at extreme rates, say 12s to 12s 6d for Marten's brandy, and case Geneva at 18s. Some small parcels of canvas, to hand per Salaría and Euphrates, have realised I7d to 18d per yard for No. 1-the demand for this article continues -heavy, for ex- portation to Port Phillip. Some few casks of hams, ex Salaria, realised 18d-a large parcel of hams and bacon would command very high rates. Fruits have been mach enquired for-currante-have realised 6d, and Eime raisins 42s to 44s, in boxes ; about 800 boxes Gape fruit, ex Cremona, were quitted at similar rates ; the stock of figs, muscatels, nuts, almonds, plums, SEC., is very limited. Starch is quoted at 42s, Colman's. Irish pork and batter are in demand at very full rates. Cheese readily commands 75 to 100 per cent. Ling fish is much wanted. Red herrings in tins, and white in half barrels, and sardines, are very saleabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

IMPORTANT NOTICE. CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE Ex «Sea Queen, Lady Flora, Rosebud, and Anglia. THOS. FUTCHER beg« respectfully to call the attention of Wholesale Buyers, Publicans, New Comers, Private Families, and Farmers to his very extensive Stock, of the above, consisting of Breakfast, Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Services in endless variety. Splendid Cut Glass Claret Jugs, Water Jugs, Decantéis, Tumblers, Champagne and Wine Glasses, &c., with every article suitable for family use, FILTERS! FILTERS! ! FILTERS! ! ! So indispcnsible at the present season, whereby the impure and muddy water of the Torrens may be purified without trouble, and at a small expense ; also, Scone, Bread, and Salting Pans, Butter Jars, Milk Pans in all sizes, with every description of Best English Stone Ware, &c, &s. All the above having been purchased under the most favourable circumstances, will be sold off for Cash at low prices to make room for further shipments. At Futcher's Whole...

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MEMS FROM THE MOUNT. (From the Melbourne Herald Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

MEMS FROM THE MOUNT. (From the Melbourne Herald Correspondent.)   I have removed my office next door to the Argus. It is a lovely spot, close to the famed Adelaide Gulley, and situated between Marks and Davis' Store on the west, supported by the Argus office on the east, on the main road from Melbourne to the head quarters at the Commissioners; the site is now called Ex-   change Hill, where I shall be glad to see all kind and enquiring friends. I hear the Adelaide Escort has just arrived   here by the overland route, and I have full be- lief that something like two tons will be   sent to Adelaide by the return Escort, or else I am very much deceived indeed. It speaks volumes for South Australia to see all her former sons, her bold yeomanry, have such a yearning for their adopted country, no matter whether lucky or unlucky. It is all Adelaide with them—Adelaide is their standard by which all other matters are compared. It was a luc...

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SHARE MARKET. KING WILLIAM STEEKT, June 19, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852

SHARE MARKET. KING WILLIAM STREET, June 19,1852. Burras, £110 cash, buyers. MONET MARKET. Money on freeholds 12½ to 15 per cent. " discount and other security 15 to 20 per cent. GOLD MARKET.   68s 9d to 69s per ounce, cash buyers.   JNO. RICHARDSON,   D. MELVILLE,   Brokers.

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