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MELBOURNE MARKETS—JUNE 28 [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
MELBOURNE MARKETS-Jun» «8 .We have bai little alteration to quote this weak. Rather more binsmess has been done for the Big pings, in consequence of the weather being finer. The Spirit market is entirely "without altération. Hiy has come in inoré freely, both from the couu try and seawaol-Van DiemenV Land may be quoted at from £14 to £15. Flour from £23 to ¿25. Oats, Van Diemen's Laud, are up to 8s 6d. -Herald.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
SAT.ES BY AUCTION. BY OEDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. To be Sold by Auction by SAMSON, WICKSTJSED & &lt;X>. At tlie Mart, Tlindley and King William streets, on Tuesday, the 3rd August next, at noon- ** THK UNEXPIRED TERM of 21 years from the 24th June, 1849, in all those LEAS HOLD PREMISES, situate in Rundle-street, lately in the occupation of Mr J. «I. Walker, builder ^ In the same lot will be sold TWO SHARES in the Seaside and Rural Building Association, which are subject to a weekly payment by the holders of £1 ls, during the continuance of the Association, which will probably embracé a -period of 18 months. Por further particulars, apply to FENN & WEARING, Solicitors, Exchange Chambers. 23rd June, 1852. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. GREAT ATTRACTION. TWO NIGHTS MORE. -TTS TROY KNIGHT Respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Adelaide, that the Theatre will be open on THURSDAY, JULY 15, On which occasion he will be assisted by all the Talent in Adelaide ; and ...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs, Charlotte Jane, ehip, 530 tons, Lawrence, load- ing for London. ' Chatham, barque, 407 tons. Copeland, from Dept- ford and Plymouth. March 18. Cireaskm, bng, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Swa sea. I °f London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia ! March 18th. Deborah, barque, 624 tons, Liston from Port Wake- field. Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie, from Lon don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Eugne, barque, 236 tons. Miconia, for Melbourne. ferdinand, brig, 153 tons, Groot, from Wham poa. Gertrude, brig, 118 tons, Coomer, for Melbourne. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lan- don, 10th February. Louisa, brig, Heslop, from Melbourne. July I. Margaret, barque, 310 tons, T. Manson, from Mel- bourne. . inerva, schooner, 84 tons, Hay, for Melbourne. Marv Harrison, 780 toas, Mackintosh, from London and Plymouth, March 9. Martin Luther, ship, Kenney, for Liverpool. Nautilus, barque, 191 tons, Cook, from Melbourne. New York Pac&a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. JJMUVKD. July 14-The ship Anna, 1800 tong, Dowmnaa, from Liverpool 6th April, with 268 passengers. j Same day-The barque Henry Tanner, Taggers,1 from London 16th March, with 20 passengers. I Same day-The Barbara Gordon, 337 tons, Lilley, | from Plymouth 5tb March, with 20 passengers. -mroKTft. j Cargo per Henry Tanner-300 boxes. N. Heifer and Co. ; 3 eases as addressed ; 16,4M blocks fuel, Patent Copper Company ; 3 cases, E. M. Martin ; 6 bales, F. J. Beck and Co. ; 100 casks, 50 ditto, [ A. Ii. Elder and Co. ; 4 boxes, 8 do, 12 bales, 4 do, 2 cases, 4 do, 3 tierces, 13 boxes, £ do, 10 hhds, Stalling and Co.; 2 hhds, F, Sack ; 3 baskets, 5 casks, 1 case, 1 carboy, 1 case, 1 cask, 1 case, G. Dale; 20hhds, J. Archer; 10 hhds, IO qr-casks, 39 qr-caska, 6 cases, Order ; 1 cask, 16 qr-casks, 8 casks, 4 do, W. H. Brown ; I case, as addressed ; SO hhds, SO half hhds, 50 casks. K G. Sealy ; 20 hbds, 30 hhds, Stilling and Co. ; 1 case. Platts; 2 qr casks, G. F.' Dashwo...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
IMPOUND INGS. Impounded at the public pound, Section 3550} Langhorne Creek-One iron grey filly, white stripe down face, branded like CB or P near shoulder ; one bay mare, black points, saddle marked, like A near shoulder, with a bay filly foal at foot, branded JT off shoulder ; one bay filly, small star on forehead, JT off shoulder, about eighteen months old ; one entire bay colt, blaze down face, ¿ind feet white, rather roman nose, branded like JL conjoined, brand very indistinct ; one bay mare, black points, star on forehead, near hind foot a little white, speckled on off cheek, branded like small K and another brand above illegible on near shoulder ; one black filly, star on forehead, white tip on nose, hind feet while, K near shoulder, about three years old ; one bay colt, black points, about two years old, like G off shoulder ; one small bay mare, star on forehead, broke and rather poor, no brand visible ; one chesnut gelding, blaze down face, saddle marked, hind feet white, G ...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
ADELAIDE CDBi^l^ r UBPOBTS. SPIRITS fm hoad) £ B â ^ ; « » d Brandy, United Vin. per gullen - 0 7 0 * » 0 Ditto, do. do., pencase 1 O O \.J- § 0 Ditto, Martelos, per gal. O 7 « "O-'-* 9 Ditto ditto per case i 0 0 15 O Do. other brands per gal, 0 5 6 .. 6 8 Ditto, ditto, per case ..1 0 0 1 2 0 Bum (\V. L) per gallen 0 5 6 0 « O Whisky, dino. OOO OOO Gin (Old lom) ditto.. 0 6 O O 6 * Genera. j>ercase...... OOO OOO WINES - (fluty paid; - Port, per pipe ...... 35 0 0 50 0 « Ditto, per dusen. 1 O O 1 15 O Sherry, per pipe ...... 33 0 0 40 U 0 Dittoi per dozen. 0 18 0 18 ö Cape, per pipe........ none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 0 3 0 0 Claret, ditto. 1 t 0 1. 6 O Marsala, per pipe. 25 0 O 30 O O Ditto, oer dozen. 0 18 0 150 POETESS Taylor's per hhd Trueman's Barclay Perkins' Whitbread's. Ditto, per dosen. O 10 O Oil O Dubliu ditto. Der had .. 4 10 0 6 0 0 ALE-London óranos, per hhd. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Bass's Burton, No. 3 .. 6 15 0 7 10 O Ko. 2.. 0 0 0 OOO Bottled, per dos, Byass* 0 9 6 0 10 6...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRUTTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, PERFORMED AT TBS. "ADELAIDE MORNING CHEONICLF' OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCURACY ARD DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workman. FOR LIVERPOOL. To Sail in about 10 day*. THE fine fast sailing ship MARI Iii LtEFJÏ&R, 1241 tous re*isteß Captain Kenny, irtïaHyfeÊ^iéii^^fiWBi Port Wakefield; and will sail as above. The cabin accommodations of this beautiful vessel are very superior. She will also take Intermediate and Steerage Passengers. For freight of Gold and Light Goods, o r Passage, apply to W. YOUNG-HUSBAND, JUN. & CO. Agents. The Cheapest Books ever Published. ON SALE AT PLATTS'S BOOK WAREHOUSES ANEW and Uniform Edition of WASH - INGTON IRVING'S WORKS. In Sets or Single Volumes. In Fancy Boards, 15s- per dozen ; bound in cloth, full gilt, 2s per volume. Ditto, Two vols, in One, 3s 6d per volume. Alhambra Astoria Bracebridge Hall Columbus, Life and Voyages of Companions of Columbus, Voyages of the Conquest of Granada Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
- COOPER WANTED. AN EXRE1ÍIENCED COOPER required for the Bonded Stores on the McLaren Wharf, at Port Adelaide. liberal Wages and constant employment will be given. Apply at the Onices of the South Australian Company, North-terrace. Adelaide, 3rd July, 1852. THE EXCHANGE. THE SECRETARY of the EXCHANGE begs to remind the Professional and Mercantile Gentlemen of Adelaide, that he is prepared to receive subscriptions for the half year commencing this day, and ending 1st January, 1853. The Exchange is open from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m., daily, Sundays excepted. The privileges of this institution are-Mem- bers have access at any time during the day to regular files of the English and Colonial Papers, and they can transact the routine busi- ness common to an office. To New Comers the institution is of high im- portance, as it enables them to ioroi a good business acquaintance, and obtain an insight, with little trouble, into the current affaira of the Colony. Exchange, July 1st, 1852. LAW AND AG...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
&nbsp; BIRTH. On the 11th instant, at Hackney, the wife of Mr James Addison, of a daughter. MARRIED. On Wednesday, 14th instant, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Pirie-street by the Rev. Thos. T. N. Hull, Mr David H. H. Weir, to Elizabeth Ann, eldest daughter of Mr Elisha Manuel, Halifax-street.
TOLMER TESTIMONIAL FUND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
TOLMER TESTIMONIAL FUND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. Mount Alexander, Forest Creek, and Bendigo.- ' tl lie a tie y half ounce, J Bentley half ounce, 6 , Bentley, half ounce, T Storer half ounce, J Tanner half ounce. X Y half ounce. Branden 1 ounce 7 ! d*ts, T Sharp 2dwts, John Stackey half ounce, R ; Whitrnead, qr ounce, J Me*Jen 3 dwte. Wm Mad- I den 5s, John Nott 5s, Gavin Ralston 20s. William I Abercrombie 2&lt;>s, F Marzetti 20s, D Foan 5s, John Sharland 10s, James Martin 5s. A Clap 5s, F B Salmon 30s, G Heard 30s, W Bevan 30s, Henry Waller 2s 6d, John Hill 2s ed, H Palmer 2u 6d, Charles Palmer 2s 6d James Hill 5s, B Kosare 5s, C H Parrott40s, W Goodhujrh I0i 6d, J Walsh 3s, Johnstone 20s. P Hollands 20s. J Carlton 20s, Hryce Boss 27s 6d, A Jennane 5s, George Gibbs 2s 6d, W Bead 2s od, Tliomas Dobie 5s, Joseph Dyson 2 B. J White 2s 6d, William James 40s, Robert Jury 20s, Henry Shiles 5s, John Brooke 20s, Eli,ha Gale 20s, Joseph Ferguson 5a, T. ¡Collar half-ounce, G. Middleton ...
The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Thursday, July 15, 1852. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
The Morning Chronicle Adelaide ; Thursday, July 18, 1852. LATE ENGLISH NEWS. By the ship Anna, from Liverpool, we have papers to the 3rd April. &nbsp; It was not so certain that there would be &nbsp; an early dissolution after all. Lord Derby alleges that he did not pledge him- self to an immediate dissolution. His own words were recalled, that he had at all events promised a dissolution before the next ordinary Session, and the intention of the opposition was to force him to a dis- solution if he did not keep his promise. It was however unfortunate for them that they had granted supplies for a year. The Ministers had defeated a motion of Mr Hume on Reform, by a majority of 244 against 89. Mr Disraeli had come out in a new style of eloquence, giving solid facts and statistics, and his speech was much admired. There had been a stout debate on the ballot, but it would appear that this ques- tion does not make way in the House of Commons. Government had introduced their...
THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
THE CONTINENT. The great bodies of the French State had met in Paris. Great satisfaction had been created by the President's assurance that he wished to maintain peace, and had no desire to re-establish the Empire. A very strong sensation had been created by the refusal of the three democratic deputies, Cavaignae, Carnot, and Henon, to take the oath, and particularly by the terms of their letter. They speak of their election as a protest against the destruction of public liberties, and the rigors of arbitrary rule. They refuse the oath because they detest the immoral doctrine of mental re- servation. In Bremen the liberty of the press, with the right of meeting, had been destroyed. The Chamber was dissolved. A decree had been issued for the erec- tion of a Crystal Palace in the great square of the Champs Elysees, Paris. The long talked of fusion between the Houses of Bourbon and Orleans had been all but consummated. It was merely re- duced to a question of etiquette. The Orleans Pri...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
AMERICA. Two Members of Congress named Brown &nbsp; and Wilcox, had a personal encounter with &nbsp; fisticuffs in the House. Wilcox charged Brown with falsehood, and refused to retract. They both humbly apologised. The State of New York had sanctioned the erection of a Crystal Palace. &nbsp; A great company had been started to &nbsp; form a new route via Vera Cruz to Califor- &nbsp; nia.
THE CORPORATION AND MR CUMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
THE CORPORATION AND MR CUMMING. &nbsp; For the absurd position in which both the parties are placed, the Municipal Council are much to blame. At the time when the Government was applied to for the opinion of the Law Officers of the Crown, we re- monstrated against any such application, and we now think they have made as great a blunder in employing lawyers, or resort- &nbsp; ing to a Court of Law. It would have been &nbsp; far better if they had simply followed the &nbsp; course pointed out by the Act. In order to explain our meaning, we shall point out what appears to be the in- tention of the Act, and the powers of the Council in reference to the declinature of office. In doing so it is plain that we must take the 44th and 45th clauses together, at &nbsp; every word of the latter bears reference to the provisions of the former. Now, on reading these clauses it is apparent that the declinature or resignation of office is considered a derelict...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
LOCAL NEWS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.—The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 8,891 ozs. 1 dwt 6 grs, &nbsp; &nbsp; which, valued at £3 1 ls per oz, amounts to....... £31,563 5 6 &nbsp; and, adding the total of pre- vious deposits, viz. £650,052 1 10 ^ gives a present total of . £681,615 7 4 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 1587, 1680, 1681.; 1682, 1684, 1685, 1697, '724. 1725, 1726, 1727, 1729, 1730, 1785* Î5£ ll43' 1744» 1745' l746« 1747» 1748 1750, 1751, 1753, 177o! 1798, 1799 1696, 1698, 1733, 1737, 1756* 1757, 1758 1759, 1760, 1761, 1762, 1764, 1765, 1766| 1&lt;67, 1769, 1771, 1783, 1801, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1616, 1817, 1819, 1781, 1782, 1784,? 1802, 1808, 1804* 4807^ 1808; j809. 1823, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1838. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 1683,1741, 1753, 1754, 1797; 1755, 1763, 1768, 1800 1810, 1818, 1780, 1785, 1786, 1805, 1826...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
CORRESPONDENCB. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE, SIR,—I perceive by the Adelaide Observer, &nbsp; of Saturday last, that a committee had been formed in Sydney " for the purpose of forward- &nbsp; ing the project of Eurasian immigration," and wish, if I may do so without impropriety, to offer a few remarks upon the subject, merely premising that such are based upon an ex- perience of twelve years' intimate connexion with the Eurasians. With respect to their fitness for manual labour, I can avouch that they are equal in every respect to European mechanics, clerks, shopmen, and all others whose occupations do not demand a very great deal of muscular power. They are particularly good as car- penters and joiners, cabinetmakers, tin, shoe- ing, and blacksmiths, tailors, shoemakers, jewellers, watch-repairers, and shirtmakers ; but for heavy smithing or bricklaying, or out of door work, whether as artificers or coolies, they are absolutely unfitted, even in summer. A...
To the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." SIR,—It is universally admitted that some- thing must be done to prevent and ward off the crisis, which otherwise will, inevitably en- sue, upon the expiration of the Bullion Act ; whether at the period fixed by law, or upon &nbsp; its disallowance by the home Government. If things be suffered to remain as they are now, the Banks, or two-thirds of them at least, must certainly be swamped, and the colony, if not irretrievably ruined, be thrown back, for years. This is so self evident as to require no demon- stration. &nbsp; If we could be certain that no instructions against the Bullion Act would be sent out from home, we might rest quite contented ; for we have many ways of overcoming the difficul- ties suggested, in such a case as that. But we have not. Nay more, we have the almost certainty before our eyes that it will be dis- allowed ; i e. if the usual policy of Downing- street is any criterion. At all events we shall kn...
THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
THE DIGGINGS. We have received the following from a cor- respondent : Forest Creek, Mount Alexander, June 6, 1852. The Diggings are extending in all directions. Gold discoveries are now occuring to the westward, 40 miles nearer to South Australia, on the very road to this place. But the dis- coveries to the northward, called the Bendigo Diggings, are rapidly advancing towards the Murray. They already extend in that direc- tion from 40 to 50 miles ; some of them very rich. A party of Germans have, for two or three weeks successively, lodged with the Com- missioner twenty pounds weight of gold each week from that country. Many an effort has been made to find out the place in which they dig--but hitherto in vain. The cautious Ger- mans will not disclose the locality ; which, however, is sure to be found out some time. After all, gold-digging is a perfect lottery prizes and blanks—the blanks by far the most numerous. The multitude are, by hard strenuous exertions, and hard work, bringin...