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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
VICTORIA. DOINGS AT THE DIGGINGS.-We are given to understand by a settler residing not lar from tiie Bendigo diggings, that robberies are of frequent occurrence. Our informant states that the buts on his stations have been visited three times during a short space of time, and cleared of everything. At a station of Mr John Aitken, in the same vicinity, three thou- sand fat wethers have been driven away, and shooting of fat bullocks is of almost daily oc- currence; that notwithstanding the repeated complaints of the settlers, nothing in the shape , of protection is obtainable, and he complains j vicin^y. -Herald. J liovn.-The toul amount of gol 1 actually shipptd from Victoria, and of which we have Custon House remrns only, up to the present date, exceeds 43 tons. This is, ot course, altogeber independent of the five or six tons W6 kn&lt;W of already being on its way to the city byîhe Escort*, and the immense quan- j tity in the Banks, the Treasury, and in the hands a private ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
IMPOUNDIÎiGS Iiiounded at the public pound, Section 355qLanghorne Creek-One iron grey filly, whiijstripe dawn face, branded like CB or P nearfehoulder ; one bay mare, black points, sadd! marked, like A near shoulder, with a bay fy foal at foot, branded JT off shoulder ; one ky filly, small star on forehead, JT off shouter, about eighteen months old ; one enlirl bay colt, blaze down face, hind feet white rather roman nose, branded like JL conj oked, brand very indistinct ; one bay mareblack points, star on forehead, near hind foot 4 little wi.ite, speckled on off cheek, branda like small K and another brand above illegibk on near shoulder ; one black filly, star orforehead, white tip on nose, hind feet whi;e,£ near shoulder, about three years old ; one b|? colt, black points, about two years old, lik G off shoulder ; one small bay mare, star onforehead, broke and rather poor, no brand vsible ; one chesnut gelding, blaze down face, asidle marked, bind feet white, G near shoulden; one ...
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. TO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
INSOLVENCY NOTTCES. To SüEEBNDEK. Thomas Jones and James Bowley, 15ih July, at 2. James Bassingthwaite, 22uJ July and 12thof August, at ll. CERTIFICATES TO BB CONFIRMED - Unless Cause be shown to the contrary. Charles Ware. I6th July, at II. James Pile, I6th July, at 2. Thomas Smith, 23rd July, a: 12. j Geo. Doran, 30th Joly, at 12. | AUDITS. Isaac Pike, 12th Joly, at 11. j Jamos Iron, 12th July, at 12. M. L. Pahlow, 26th July, at ll. J. H. Walker, 2nd August, at II. A. H. Gouge, 2nd August, at 12. Bob. Taylor, 2nd August, at 1. E. Brooks, 2nd August, at 2. DIVIDEND MEETINGS.-Creditors to attend and ] Prove. W. E. Young, 12th July, at one. \ J. F. Joobert. 12th July, at 2. I William Smith. Kensington, I9tb July, at 12. ADJOURNED FINAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 20th Aagust, at 2. I IL and A. Snelling, 23rd July, at (. ! S. Leather, 22nd July, at I. ! John Craigie, 20th Angnst, at 2. ! FIBST DIVIDENDS-Payable on and after the I3tb j of July. j ! Daniel Riorden, ls ia the pound. i I Jerem...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 8. APPOINTMENTS.-Mr W. B. Orde. to be Clerk of the Adelaide Local Go irt, and Receiver of Fines and Fees; Mr E. W. Hitchin, 3rd Clerk, vice Dick, reduced, and Orde, promoted ; W. B. (..'arter, 4th Clerk in the Colonial Secretary s Office ; Mr Con- way, Second Landing Waiter, to be Aciing Landing Surveyor, vice Dick, to whom sick leave has been granted ; Mr McNamara, Weigher, to be Acting Landing Waiter, vice Conway ; Mr J. C. Hawker, re-appointed Tide Surveyor ; Mr Fergusson, 4th Lauding Waiter, vice Hawker ; R. B Hale, 3rd Clerk, vice Fergusson, promoted ; J. C. Bompas, Esq , M.B.,. House Surgeon Adelaide Hospital, and Resident Medical Officer Lunatic Asylum. LAND SALES -2,623 acres of Crown Land were sold by private contract during the month of Jane, at the price of £2,612. TUE DESTITUTE BOARD have, during the first six months of i85?, relieved 543 persons, viz., 87 men, 162 women, and 294 children. At the end of Jane the following were receiving...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Asia, ship. COU tous, Rintel! from Melbourne. Amiens, schooner, Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel- bourne. City of London, barque, 4S5 tons, Fare, from Bahia March 13th. Charlotta J*m, ship, 730 tons, Laurence, from Melbourne, 9 th May. Cha.i1x3.tn, barque, 4&lt;i7 tons. Copeland, fro n Dept- ford and P iv mouth. March 18. Circos ian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Mel- bourne, February IO. Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie from Lon- don Feb. IS, Plymouth Feb. 19. Deborah, barque, 624 toas, Listou from Po: t Wake- field. Emu, schooner, 30 tons, Miles, from Port Linc 'In. Ettgne, barque, Micaniu, from Mauritius, May 1I Gertrude, brijf, Ü8 tous, Coomer, from Bristol, 22nd February, aud from the Cape ol Good Hope, i May 9th. j Glen Huntley, barque,' 503 tons, Putt, from Lou- i don, 10th February. j Graafstroom, barque, 550 tons, Von II aasen, from Hartlepool, March 23. Juno, barque. 450 tons, Von Kyrwarr Alkmade, from Swa...
SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under : Monday, J ul j 12 tb. For Great Britain, per Charlotte Jane, to London, this day, at half-past 3 ; per Martin Luther, to Liverpool; per Pkeebe Dunbar, to India and Overland, this day, at half-past 3 ; per Waterlilly tfl Calen tia and Overland, Wednesday, Julv 14, ditto ; per Deboran, to Cornea y mid Overland, Friday, 16th. For Sydney and New Zealand per Surge, to Sydney Thursday, 15th. For Victoria, per minerva, Nautilus, and Triton, to Melbourne, this day, at 11. For East Indies and China, by the above vessels to India. RETURN shoving the number of Packages of the undermentioned Goods entered for and in Bond on the 10th July, 1852 : Brandy, 74 hhds., 20 qr. casks, 133 cases. Rum, i 3 puncheons, 37 hhds., 3 qr.-casks. Gin and Geneva, 13 hhds., 44 qr.-casks, 125 cases. Whiskey, 2' puncheons. 40 hhds., 38 qr.-casks. Arrack, 15 hhds., 16 qr.-casks. Wine, 1 pipe, 7 butts, 37 hhds., 156 qr-casks, 21 octaves, 161 cases. Cider, 1 pipe, I hhd....
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Before his Honor Judge Cooper, Messrs Grainger and Dutton.] Friday, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [ Before his Hoaor Jndge Cooper, Messrs Grainger and Dalton.] Friday, July 9. Adjourned from Wednesday. Gilbert Shea was sentenced to three months' im- prisonment with hard labor for stealing handker- chiefs from Messrs Gumming, Hiudley-street. CIVIL JUEISDIDTION. CUMMING v. WoETHiNGTO».-Mr Wearing for I the plaintiff, Mr Bakewell for the defendant. This was an action for rent, but it appearing that the lease was assigned to Mr George Green, who was the proper party to bring the action, the plaintiff I was nonsuited. 1 HORWOOD v. KEABNE.- Mr Bakewell for the plaintiff ; Mr Smith for the defendant. This was a disputed claim for work and labor. At bis Honor's suggestion, the parties agreed to a compromise. i Verdict for £8 17s 6d, each paying his own costs. SOUTH A USTE ALIAN CojiPANT .. Too. - For the plaintiffs, Mr Bakewell ; for the defendant, Mr Wearing. This was an action for the recovery of £ IS, overpaid for a parcel of gold. It appe...
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
VEGETABLES. Beau, French, 6d to 8d per lb, scaroe Broad, none Cabbages, ld to 2d «ach Carrotó, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, Ss to 3s per lb Garlic, ls 6d to 2s per Ik, scarce Horseradish, 6d to 8d per stick Onions, 2d to 3d per lb Parsley, ld per bunch Potatoes, old. 6 lbs for 6d new, I^d per lb Shalots, ls per lb Turnips, from 4d to 6d per dozen Vegetable marrows, from 2d to Sd each Watercress, ld per bunch. FRUITS, ftc. Apples, from ls to 2a per lb Almonds, from 6d to ls per lb Shelled, 2s 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d pei lb, scarce Figs, Sd to 6d per dozeu Lemons, 4s to Gs per dozen Medlars, ls 6d to 2s per dos. lVars Sd to ls per lb Pomegranites, 2s to 2a 6d per doz
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO.—Thursday, July 8. (Before both the Judges.) MACGEORGE V. BOOED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO.-Thursday, July 8. (Before both the Jud/es.) MACGEOKQE y. BOOED. Mr Fisher brought forward a fresh case, support- ing his views, showing that a re-grant of the right of way bad been made. The Judges held that the right of way had been sufficiently reconveyed to the plaintiff. BASK OF AUSTRALASIA V. SCOWN\ La this case Mr Fisher intimated that on the 3oth August, the first day of Term, he would move that the whole proceedingSji>e quashed ou the ground that there was no plaintiff. If the present verdict stood, the Men koo or any other unchartered Com- pany could sue in a corporate capacity. HANCE r. NOLTENIUS. Mr Gwynne moved for judgment as in case, o nonsuit, but the application was ordered to stand over as being too late. OTTAWAY V. SOLOMON. In this ca*e, the Advocate-General showed cause against the rule nwt obtained by Mr É'isher. A long argumeat took place upon the various points for- merly raised by Mr Fisher. The chief point was whether Mrs Flaxman's...
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 10, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July IO. 1852. Burras, £122 cash, buyers. A sample of copper ore, yielding 95 per cent., the produce of a new Iodo, is now on view, at the Borra Office The easy rate of money, combined with recent ad vices from London, of copper realizing per account sales £94 per ton, and the standard ; higher than it has been known for past twelve years, is causing considerable attention to investment in these shares. Gold, £3 8s 9d to £3 9s cash to diggers. The price to purchasers, thronsh brokers, is £3 9s 3d to £3 9s 6d, cash. The large parcels of gold coming to hand within next month, (about three tons weight) together with the difficulty of obtaining small notes from the Banks, tends greatly to put a stoppage to purchases ; but this obstacle to business arises solely fratn the Diggers themselves HO ARDING up the Bank notes received in payment of gold sold. In lieu of this, were they to open a banking account, not only would greater secu- rity be given...
SHARE LIST. King William-street, July 10, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
SHARE LIST. King William-street, July li>, 1852. Burras, last sale-, £122, cash. Money on Freeholds 12$ to 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 69s to 69s 3d cash, buyers. JNO RICHARDSON; " , D. MELVILLB f Brokers.
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. QBAIS AJTD FLOUS MARKET. Wheat, 7s to 7s ld. Flour, £19 per ton Barley, English, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel. " Cape, 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats, 5s 6d to 6s Bran, ts 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS*. J. BA a ST. . New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. July 10, 1S52. Bacon, ls 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4¿d per lb Bread, 5d per 2lb loaf Batter, is 6d to ls lOd per lb Cheese, Colonial, lOd to ls per lb English, ls 4d per lo Datch, 3s each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pan Wild, 5s to 6s do Eggs, ls 6d to ls 9d per dos. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each Hams, Colonial, ls 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, ls to ls 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6s to 7s each cocks, 10s to 128 each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Yeal, 3d to 6d per lb
SYDNEY GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
SYDNEY GOLD CIRCULAR. The news from oar Western Mines this week is of a rerr satisfactory character. The late floods hare been productive of important results to our mining population in driving them from their old claims on the bed-of the Tc ron to seek new dig. gings. By private au vices we learn that rich de- posits are being dany discovered on nearly every point on the river. Opposite Harbottle's store mmes have been opened which surpass anything yet seen on the Turon. A nugget has been found weighing 40 OBS, and is said to be an excellent re- presentation of Punch. At our Southern Gold Fields about six hundred men are at work. Oße party at Bell's Creek o0. I fained over 103 oz«, last week, and Captain | Stewart's party got 17 ozs. in one day, while the I average yield according to the quantity of gold sent down, must be about two ozs.. p r week per man over current expenses, or £1 per day. The intelligence from our Northern Mines con- tinues to substantiate the stttements we ha...
MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. Tbe Gold market daring the week has been flat, the prices has been £3 3s 3d to £3 3s 7¿d, bat the eales have scarcely kept place with the supply. Sel- lers however, appear firm, and both the Lady Flora :and the Andromache will soon be ready for sea. The productions will be much impeded during the winter months by the great difficulty of getting up stores to the diggings. The price is £8 per cwt. and many drays are six weeks on the road, while many never reach their destination. The Government Escort brought ia this week 19,0-»2 ounces of gold from Mount Alexander. A private company who propose to guarantee the safe delivery of the geld, is about being formed. The following gold has been shipped during the week Competitor for London 40,^07 o zs. Commodore for do, about 40,000 .. Hero for Adelaide 700 THOMAS M'COM BIE, Gold Broker. ÍGold Exchange, Collins-street, Jone 26.
SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. Markets-We notice an improvement in the ti ode this week. Goods continue scarce of many descrip- tions, and extreme prices are obtained for those articles in demand for the Port Phillip market. Still we daily see attempts made to force goods of unsuitable descriptions without effect. Mining implements, wearing apparel, blankets, boots, and shoes, provisions, spirits, and beer, continne to be most run upon. In the absence of arrivals for some of these articles much higher prices will rule, our stocas rwiujj um uu»;coj i» >uv&lt;:ti the present demand. Brandy is quoted ot Its in the Launceston market, and gin at 22s per case. At Hobart Town B.P. rum is at 5s, and sales are being made for that market. The colonies are apparently cleared of all spirits simultaneously, the stocks of the whole not amounting to a moderate supply for one market. Our consumption of spirits has increa- sed 60 very considerably since the gold discoveries as to cause this decrease ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS—JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
MELBOURNE MARKETS-JTJNE 28. We have but little alteration to quote this weak. Rather more business has been done for the Dig- gings, ia consequence of the weather being finer. The Spirit market is entirely without alteration. Hay has come in more freely, both from the couu try and seawaj I - Van Diemen's Land may be quoted at from £14 to £15. Flour from £23 to £25. Oats, Van Diemen's Land, are up to 8d 6d. - Herald. Mr J. Dobson sold on Saturday, 5 feet paliug, 21s per C.; potatoes, from £7 to £7 10s per ton ; carrots, 5s per cwt ; drays, £30 each ; wooden hoases £30 to £35 do.; cart shafts, 8s to 10s per pair ; felloes 2s 9d each ; naves 8s do. ; bullock dray poles 14s do. Fine flour, £23 to £25 per ton ; seconds, £20 to £23 ; wheat 7s to 8s ; bran, 2s.
THE CHURCH IN NEW ZEALAND. (Abridged from the New Zealander of May 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
-y - THE CHURCH IN NEW ZEALAND. (Abridgedfrom the New Zealander of May S.) A pabilo meeting of members of tbe Church of England to take into considera- tion the Bishop of New Zealand's Pastoral Letter respecting the formation of a Church Constitution, was held in St. Matthew's school room, Auckland, at two o'clock on Monday. Amongst those present were the Revs. Messrs. Churton, Abraham, Lloyd, Thatcher, Parchas, Lush, and Cot- ton, and a considerable number of the laity of the district. Mr A. B. Abraham was requested to pre- side, and called on the Rev. F. '1 hatcher to open the proceedings with prayer. After . which, A letter from the Chief Justice was read, stating his concurrence in the object of the meeting. The following resolutions were pas- sed : 1. That the Bishops, Clergy, and Laity, shall be three distinct orders the consent of ail of which shall be necessary to all acts binding upon the Church at large, | 2. That ia the opinion of this meeting the form of government which...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 July 1852
FRANCE. PAMS, MAECH 23.-There are myste- rious rumours about some extraordinary decree, which is to appear before the meeting of the Chambers which will astonish everybody. The report gai ns ground that the army will be reduced by 125,00 0 men. The gendarmes mobile will be in- creased to 15,000 men. Letters from the departments speak gloomily of the harvest prospects. In all the commercial districts some improvement has taken place. Several large orders have been received during last week for exportation. Manufacturers in general are fully employed. The improvement in the iron trade has been maintained, and the new lines of railway lately adjudicated have influenced iron-masters in raising their price three francs higher. Scarcely any wheat exported to England at pre- sent. In the Customs' returns for the first two months of this year, exports do npt exhibit, so favourable an appearance as imports. Exports of grain diminished considerably. Export of wine i ncr eased, brandy diminish...