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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, July 13. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, July 13. [Before H. R. Wigley. Esq.] &nbsp; LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). Alford Adams was fined 1s and costs, for using &nbsp; threatening and abusive language towards Thomas &nbsp; Hills. William Collins, was charged on the information of Charles Bonney, Esq., Commissioner of Crown Lands, with having placed a fence across the public road, reserved through sections Nos. 142 and 143 near Glenelg. The Crown-Solicitor appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Fisher for the defence. After the offence was proved His Worship adjourned the case for one &nbsp; &nbsp; month in order to give Mr Collins an opportunity of arranging the matter with Mr Bonney. Peter Cumming was charged on the information &nbsp; of Mr Webber, the Town Clerk, with having re- signed the office of Alderman for Robe Ward, whereby he had become liable to a fine of £50. He pleaded not guilty. Mr Smith appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Gwynne ...
POLICE COURT. Monday, July 12. [Before H R. Wigley, Esq.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
POLICE COURT. Monday, July 12. [Before H R. Wigley, Esq.] Milpa, alias Henry, a native, was sent to gaol for three days for drunken and disorderly conduct on Sunday. James Mitchell, shopman, was fined 4s for furious &nbsp; riding. William Stuart was charged, on remand, for stealing harness, &c., from Wm. Coghill's, Saddle- &nbsp; &nbsp; worth Inn. Mr Fisher for the defence, called two wit- nesses. James and John Parcel, bullock-drivers the former of whom had been employed at Saddle- worth Inn. He said the bows and bullock-chains had been taken to the gold fields, and the latter said he had been employed by prisoner to go in search of Neal's mare. Prisoner was committed, but allowed bail, him- self in £80 and two sureties for £40 each. Daniel Horgan was again brought up on remand for the murder of Jane McCaskill. Ann Mackay, the-mother of the child, who had passed for Horgan's wife, having wished to add to her former deposition, was again examined. She...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS FROM MARCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
ENGLISH EXTRACTS FROM MARCH PAPERS. STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH INDIA, &nbsp; CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA.—The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company &nbsp; have received official intimation of the ac- ceptance on the part of the Lords of the Admiralty of their proposals for establish- ing additional and greatly accelerated steam communication between this country, the Mediterranean, Egypt, India, and China, embracing likewise a continuation of the mail service from Singapore to various ports in Australia. The tenders made by the Peninsular and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Oriental Company comprised offers for per- forming the whole of the mail service re- quired to be established by the Govern- ment. The service is arranged in five distinct lines as follows :— First Line.—From England to Alex- andria and back, monthly, calling at Gibraltar and Malta—branch from Mar- seilles to Malta. Second Line.—From England to Alex- andria and back, monthly, callin...
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
GERMANY. A telegraphic despatch from Venice, via Vienna, dated February 29, states that on the previous day the Emperor Francis Joseph, at- tended a military parade, and afterwards dined with the Grand Prince of Russia, and his con- sort, the Archduke Charles Ferdinand, the Russian Ambassador, Baron Meyendorff, Count Radetzky, General Gorukoweki, Count Gyulai, and the Lord High Admiral, Field Marshall Count Wimpffen, and numerous minor notabilities. In the evening the Em- peror visited the theatre LaFenice, which was crowded by an audience that received him with acclamations. On the morning of the 29th, at half-past eight o'clock, he attended low mass at St. Mark's, and afterwards held a levee. At one p.m. he went on board the Russian war steamer Wladimir, amid the thundering of cannon from the strand batteries and ships of war.
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
ITALY. Letters from Rome state that great poverty &nbsp; and want of work prevail at the Eternal Ciiy, and the general aspect of things is decidedly deplorable, as there seems at present no pros- pect of amelioration. Many families, who were a few years since in the enjoyment of mode- rate resources, are now in actual want. This is easily accounted for, as persons having taken ever so slight a part in the republic, have been dismissed from all government situations, and Rome being less gay, the bulk of the popula- tion, who live by the prodigality of the great, know not how to earn a penny. The Roman capital is, however, very tranquil. His Majesty of Naples has of late shown &nbsp; grace to some of his captive subjects. Poerio, Dragonetti, and other Constitutionalists are, however, still in captivity. According to the last accounts from Naples a number ot sentences have been commuted to political prisoners, and the charge of high &nbsp; treason brought agains...
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
RUSSIA. The Journal de St. Petereburgh contains new bulletins from the army of the Caucasus. It is stated that on the 10th and 18th of Jan., different columns, which had been directed upon the vallies of the lesser Tschetsina, en- countered bodies of mountaineers, of whom &nbsp; they slew great numbers, and set fire to their &nbsp; villages. The Russian loss in these various combats, was 49 killed, and 233 wounded. A hotter contest took place in Daghestan. A &nbsp; column was sent out on the 14th of January, which, afier destroying the village of Mischkil on the 17ih, on the 18th invested Schellagi, &nbsp; &nbsp; rendered almost impregnable by the fortifica- tions which the mountaineers had raised there. After a fierce struggle the place was taken and burnt, but the Russians lost first, 130 men killed and 341 wounded—among the latter were two colonels. All the inhabitants pe- rished. Incidents such as these have filled the bulletins of the Rus...
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
TURKEY. A telegraphic despatch in the Staats Anct- eger. dated Agram, March 1st, states that a great conspiracy had been discovered among the Rajahs of Bosnia, in consequence of which a general disarming had been ordered. Strong &nbsp; detachments of troops had appeared in Bil- bioz, Novi, and Czasin; the communal authorities had been summoned to supply the active portion of the army with provisions. The border roads nearest Austria were strongly guarded by Turkish soldiers. &nbsp;
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 15 July 1852
EXTRACTS. AMERICA AND ENGLAND.—The Kossuth &nbsp; doctrine of intervention to prevent interven- &nbsp; tion would, if made a general principle of &nbsp; action, involve us in continual war. It is equally opposed to the counsels of the &nbsp; fathers of the Republic, to the spirit of the constitution, and to our national interests. Still a case might be supposed, in which intervention on our part would be expedient and necessary. The last accounts from Europe inform us that England was brushing up her de- fences by sea and land, and increasing her army, evidently with a view to the possible contingency of an attempted invasion from the continent. Certainly we do not antici- pate such an attempt—yet there is no knowing to what extremities the genius of despotism may run, now that it has got possession of, or holds under terror, every nook and corner of continental Europe. &nbsp; The troubles of 1848 were very grevious to the crowned heads, and t...
SELECT POETRY. A PSALM OF LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
SKLECT I\)KTRY. A PSALM OF LIFE Tvll me not, in mournful numbers. Life is >>ut an empty dream , For the si »ul is dead (hat slumbers, And things are not what they ¡mam. Life is real-life U earnest A mt the g- ave is not its gnni ; " Dost thou ar», to dust returnest, " Was nut sjiokrn of the sou). Not enjoyment, ond not sorr«*, ls our destined en i or way ; But to act. that each to-morrow, Find ii« farther than to-day. I rust no Future, liowo'er pleasant Let the dead Past bury its dead ; Act-act in the living Presen', Heart within, and God o'erhead ! Lires of great men all remind us, VVe can make our lives sublime, And, departing, K-ave behind us Footsteps on the sands of time ; Footsteps, that perhaps an. ther, Sailing O'er life's solemn main, A forlorn and shipwrecked brother, Seeing, shall take heart again. I-et ns then be up and doing, With a heart for any f.ite ; Still achieving, still pursuing. Learn to labour and to wait. LoNSTüLLow's POEMS
SHIP MAILS. Monday, 19th July. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
SHIP MAILS. Monday, 19th Joly. For Great Britain per Phtebe Dunbar, to India and Overland, this day, at 11 ; per »1 aterlilly, to Calcutta and Overland, this day, at half-past 3 ; per Deborah, to Bombay and Overland, ditto ditto; Charlotte Jane to London, July 21st, at ditto ; per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. For Sydney and New Zealand per Surge to Sydney, July 21st, at half-past 3. For Victoria, per Louisa,to Melbourne, this day. at 11 ; per Gertrude and Mary Harrison, Tuesday, 20th, at ll ; per Velocity to Geelong, ditto ditto; per Margar el. to Melbourne, July 21st, at H. Fur East Indies and China per Ferdinand, to Wham poa, Tuesday, at half-^ast 12 ; also'by the above vesseU to India.
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GUA IK AJSD FLOUR il A BR BT. Wheat, 7s ld to 7s 2d. Flour, tl9 per ton Barley, English, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel. " Gape, 4s 3d to 4a 6d Oats, 5s 6d to 6s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS J. BAUET. New Corn Eichanpe, Grenfell-street. July 14, 1852. Bacon, ls 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4 jd per lb Bread, 5d per 21 b loaf Batter, ls 8d to ls lOd per lb Cheese, Colonial, iud to ls per lb English, ls 4d per lb Dutch, 3s each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 5s to Ss do Eggs, ls 6d to Is 9d per doz. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each Hams, Colonial, I s 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart M alton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6d to 7ä per lb Pigeons, ls to ls 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6s to 7s each cocks, 10s to 12s each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Veal, 3d to 6d per lb
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. TO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SURRENDER. James Bassingthwaite, 22nd July and 12tli of August, at 11. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED - Unless Cause be shown to the contrary. Thomas Smith, 23rd July, at 12. Geo. Doran, 30th July, at 12. AUDITS. M. L. Pahlow, 26tb July, at 11. J. H. Walker, 2nd August, at 11. A. H. Gouge, 2nd August, at 12. Rob. Taylor, 2nd August, at I. E. Brooks. 2nd August, at 2. H. Figg, 9th August, at half-past 2. T. Hope, 9th August, at 1. T. Smith, 9th August, at 12. Jas Lennon, 9th August, at 2 DiviDEHD MEETINGS. -Creditors to attend and j Prove. William Smith, Kensington, 19th July, at 12 Smith and Bishop, 9th August, at 1 ADJOURNED FINAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. H. and A. Snelling, 23rd July, at I. S. Leather. 22nd July, at 1. John Craigie, 20th Augnst, at 2. J. B. Montefiore and £. Montefiore Levi, 0tL Jnly, at 12. J. F. Boyd, 19th July, at 1. / j H. and A. Snelling. 23rd July, at 1. I S. Leather. 22 nd Jul v. at I. W. Blyth, 19th August, at 11. j Jo...
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
TEGETABI.ES. Beans, French, 6d to 6d per lb, scars» Broad, none Cabbages, ld to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bondie Chilies, dr j, 2s to 3s per lb Garlic, ls 6d to 2s per lb, 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 doeen Vegetable marrows, from 2d to 3d each Watercress, ld par bunch. FRUITS, &C Apples, from ls to 2s per lb Almonds, from 6d to ls per lb Shelled, 2s 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d pe* lb, scarce Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to 6s per dozen Medlars, 16 fid to 2s per doz. Pears Sd to ls per lb Pomegranites, 2s to 2s 6d per doz
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 15. LASD SALE.-Tlie following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sate bj public auction, at the Court Honse, Adelaide, on Saturday, the 14th day of August, at 11 o'clock. Deposit, lt) per cent : COr/NTBT SECTIONS. County Adelaide, ne ir the Sturt River. Hundred of Adelaide. Plau lol. Lot Sec Acre?. Price. £ ?823 841 64 64 6824 812 69 69 County Adelaide, north of Murdoch's Hill Trigono- metrical Station, Hundred of Onkaparinga. Plan 102. C«2î 5274 69 69 6826 5275 65 65 6S27 5277 60 60 6-28 5278 59 59 6829 62 62 6830 5281 577 677 County Adelaide, near Mount Torren» Trigono- metrical Station, Hundred of Onkaparinga. Plan 102. 6831 5314 123 123 1 6332 5294 306 3J6 Coull'y Síurt, near Murdoch's Hill Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Kanmantoo. Plan 102. 6833 5293 137 137 County Hindmarsh, wL$t of Port Elliot Township, Hundred of Goolwa. Plan 59. C834 21 S7 87 6835 22 77 77 6636 2$ 77 77 6-37 27 8i) 80 68 J8 28 80 60 ! County Hindmarsh, Curren...
POLICE COURT. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq] Saturday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
POLICE COURT. [Before H. E. Wigley, Esq ] Saturday,tjula 17. E. Hay aud 7". Malone .were fined 5s for drunken- ness. Emma Rhodes,'a. girl about 15 years old, was fined IO* and in default of payment sent for 7 days to gaol for drunken and disorderly conduct. Alex. Parket, a gold digger, pleaded guilty toa charge of furious driving and promptly paid £2, the lowest penalty. Robert Wilson was fully committed on the charge of passing a forged cheque with intention to defraud Samuel Uart of £5. Hart advance 1 £5 on a clumsily exeont» 1 cheque, which was apparently drawa by Robert Wilsouou the Uniou Ba.uk for £9 10s, and when the cheque was refused hi gave his own cheque on the Bank of Australasia for £5. Messrs John Sula, from the Union Bank, and Poole, from the Bank of Australasia, stated that no lio bert or William Wilson had fonda or accounts with the Banks, and-that the prisoner was a total stranger. He had recently arrived in the Velocity. When he went to H art?« shop the Captain was...
SHARE LEST. King William-street, July 17, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
SHARE LEST. King William-fitreet, Jnly 17, 1852. Burras, last sales, £126, casa. Money on Freeholds 12£ to 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 69s to 69s 6d cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON/ « , " D. MELVILLE f Brok8T'
SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
SUPREME COURT. -CIVIL SIDE: IS BANCO - Wedtieschiy, July 14. Pîefore both tihé Judges ] OTTAWAY V SOLOMON. Judge Cooper ¿eüvered judgment. He said no insurmountable objection to the title bad been proved, and the role mast be dismissed. BAKEWELL Y. CALTON. In this case also lhere was nothing sbovn which wnuid jastifj them in disturbing the verdict of the Jury,! Bule discharged wiüiuut costs.
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. ? Anne, brig, 200 tons. Mamblin, from Melbourne* j JulyS. -??'.'.) .' ,4 mieuj, schooner, 2 0 lons,Sayers, from Melbourne July 13. ' ' Augustus, barque, laid np for repairs. Charlotte J fe, ship, 530 tous, Lawrence, load ! ing for London. Chatham, barque, 4'Ï7 tons. Copeland, fro n Dept- ford and Plymouth. March 18. Circasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ki J ley, from Swa I sea. Ciiy of London, barque, 3*7 tons, Fine, from Bihia j March 13th. Candahar, ship, 90J tons, John Goss, from Mel j bourne, July 1^. Deborah, barque, 624 tons, Liston from Port Wake- field. Dreadnought, barque. 500 tons. Lowrie, fi om Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Eugne, barque. 236 tons Miconia, for Melbourne. Edward, ship, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th March. Ferdinand, brig, 153 tons, Groot, fr^wn Wham poa. Gertrude, brig, 118 tons. Coomer, for Melbourne. I Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Loa I don, loth February. ' Glencoe barque, 20U tons. Lile wall, from Melbourne, I Jul...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ABBITED» ''july 16-The schooner Amicus, 210 tons. Sayre, from Melboarne, Joly 3. Passengers-Messrs. J. Solomon, W. Pearce, L. Rodemao, F. Hasluck, J. Allen, junr., C. Haag. Lad, and Crawford, in the oabin ; Messrs. Ranne] 1, Lequehardt 2, Malathan, Solmer, ». airogler, Lahr, Wingfield 2, Crawford, Francis 2, lloughman ?, Broadbent. Everett, Videon. Amery^hurmann, Milne, Bidfield, Wack- smith, Barring,? Lerde, Coline, Fisher, Stephen, Thudemann, Wilkie, Covontry, Seaton, Cochran, Mack, Morris. Lestors, Plasters, Haag 2, Hall, Humphrey, Atkin, Viekennan. Jackson, Car- michael, Seager, Palmer, Emery, and Mengler, in the steerage. ''Same day-The schooner Laurel ll© tons,Guth- ridge, from Me.bourne, Joly 3, with 46 passengers. Same day-The ship Queen of Sheba, 200 tons, Hinckson, from Melbourne, July 5. Same day-The barque Merope, 311 toas, Daw- son, from Freemantle, July 8, with 26 passengers. July 17-The barque Selma, 500 tons, J R. Roberts, from Melbourne, IOth J...