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NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Tlie Accounts for the last Quarter's Subscrip- tion hate now been delivered, and toe shall feel greatly obliged by a prompt settlement. We appeal more particularly to our Country Subscribers, to whom it is impossible to make a personal application.

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SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

SHIPPING AND COMMERCIAL INTEL- LIGENCE. The Lady Harvey, Ameer, Lalla Rookh, Margaret Brock, B*tsebuâ( Henri tia. Hawk, and Maid of Auckland, all arrived on the 3rd of July. The Queen of Shelia on tho 30th of Juno. The transactions of the week have been limited and but w.th slight variation of prices. In tbe spirit market stocks are 6till diminishing withoat any apparent immediate supplies, and arti- cles of ordinary quality are taking the place of the best brands. Tea bears an upward tendency. Holders are firm and are looking forward to increased orders. In silbar the market is stilt bare : holders of good Mauritius, are making from £28 to £30 and in de« mund. Tobacco is declining, holders are at advanced rates and anxious to sell, 2s 9d is the highest price that can be quoted for Barrett's brand. Liverpool salt tor some time scarce is now on the rise, .4 10s is the price asked. The hay market has been plentifully supplied during the week the highest price paid was £14 per toa; Van...

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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 17, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

BOSS'S SH AitE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 17, 1852. Barras, £125 cash, bayera ; £130 to £131 cash, Béliers. Markets quiet for past few days. Gold, £3 9s to £3 9s 6d easb buyers. The price to diggers, £3 8s 6d to £3 8s 9d, cash. Large parcels have come to hand this day per Laurel, Queen of Sheba, &c., &c , and advices received of a fall in price in Melbourne, caused br tba gnaality arrived per Essort on 3rd and 4 th of "Joly, (112,000 ounces), and by ara doced rate of advance by the Banka to thirty' f SttiiHinga per ounce,; afc : 12 per cent feminin.; ;-t"bii intelligence, with the coilïniiod-difficulty here-es forfended < f ob- taining Hank notes in chancre f»r cheques, must have the effect nf reducing the ur ice in this market. The d (Terence of present market price and product hy the Assay Office is re- munerative to the ordinary purchasers, bat it ii uncertain how iong this can be maintained, in c.mseqnence of the evident want of ability of two o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

TERMS: £1 16s per annum, payable in advance ; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements:-For one web and under Ss, and ls for each edditiona inch, each insertion. Printed and published by Andrew Marrey, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office: Randie street, Adelaide, Sooth Australia.

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS.—JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

LAUNCESTON MARKETS.-JUKE 30. 1 here has been a sadden rise in the prices of grain and flour since our last. Wheat from Ss 6.1 to 7s, large samples bought at 7s per bushel ; oats 6s 3d do ; barley 5s do ; bran and po.lard ls 3d do.; fine flour £18 to £19 ; seconds do. £16 to £19 per ton; bread lOd per -fib loaf; compressed bay, £5 10s, loose do. £4 ids per ton; ¿1 per load 5 fresh and potted butter ls 8d.- Chronicle. \

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

ir: j 5 ° SUBITS (in bond) £ » d Brandy, Gaited Vin. per ~* gallon ............ 0 7 Ditto, do. do., per. case 1 o Ditto, M&neu's, per gaL : O 7 Ditto ditto per case .." í O Do. other brands pergal. 0 5 Ditto, ditto, per case .. 10 Bum (W. L) per gallen O 5 Whisk j, ditto ... ... 0 0 Gin (Old lom) ditto.. 0 6 Geneva, per case ..... 0 0 WINES - (duty paul) - Fort, per pipe ...... 35 0 Ditto, per duzen. I 0 Sherry, per pipe. 3D 0 Ditto, per dozen. 0 18 Gape, per pipe. Champagne, per dozen 1 IS Claret, ditto. 1 I Mareela, per pipe. 25 0 Ditto, oer dozen. (I 18 FORTES Taylor's per hhd . Trueman's ..... Barclay Perkins Whitbread'*._ Ditto, per dozen. 0 10 0 Dublin ditto, ncr hhd .. 4 10 0 ALE-London branca, per hhd. 6 0 Bass's Borton, No. 3 .. 6 15 No.2.. 0 O Bottled, per dois, Byass' O 9 Ditto, per dos. Duubar's 0 9 SUGA R-SIAE, JAVA, &C. Brown, per ton. 20 12 Middling, do.21 10 Good,do. S3 0 0 Fine, and Tory line.... OOO MAURITIUS-' Brown, dc ......... 22 0 0 Yellow, do ...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS.—JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

HOB ARI' TOWN MARKETS.-JÜNE 30. Wheat is at 7s per bushel; Eu gl i sh barley at 6s 6J ; Cape do. at 5s 9d per do.; oats at from 6s 3d to 6s 6d per bushel, according to sample ; fine flour £2<l per ton: apples 7s to 10s per bushel ; onions £12 per ton; beef 4 |d per lb retail ; mutton 4d to 5d do.: pork 7d; veal 7d. - Courier.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

AN EXPÉIÎÏ/NCKD COOPER r.qukcd for the Bonded Stores cn the McLaren W!iarF, at PortAdelnide. Libera! Wfêe* and constant employment will be givenJ Apply at #ie Offices of the South Australian Company» N>> rth-Lerra ce - Adelaide, 3rd July, 1832. THE EXCHANGE. rPÍÍE SECRETARY of the EXCHANGE _Mj begs to remind the Professional and Mercantile Gentlemen of Adelaide, that he is prepared to receive 6u bsa i pt ions for the ball- ygar commencing this day, and ending 1st Jmuary, I Hod. The Exchange is open from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m., daily, Sundays exeep'ed. ' The privileges of this institution are-Mem- bers have acces« at any time during ihe day to regular files of the Fnglish and Colonial Papers, and they can transact the routiue busi- ness common to an office. To New Comers the institution is of high im- portance, as it enables them to form a good business acquaintance, and obtain an insight, with little trouble, into the current affairs of the Colony. Exchange, July 1st, 1852. LAW AN...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

EXTRACTS. THE MINIE RIFLE.- Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, March 8. -The practice carried on with this rev ann on Saturday last was at 500 yards, and very satisfactory. The officers and non-commissioned officers the same day proceeded to tho marshes and fired a number of rounds at 800 yards range. The practice at that distance gave a result of one in every five balls fired striking the target, and they all went the entire length, of the range. To-day the prac- tice was again carried on at the Royal Arsenal, at 500 yards range, and the prac- tice was remarkably good. Major Brown- rigg, of the Grenadier Guards, who has the command and instruction of thc officers and non-commissioned officers in the use of the Minie rifle, has a thorough know- ledge of that efficient arm, and is an ex- cellent marksman, as in a number of rounds he fired to-day he hit the target at 500 yardsTange with five out of six balls. At th« conclusion of the practice for to-day at 500 yards the non-commissioned officer...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. THE BISHOP oy EXETEB AND MUSS SILLON.-Miss Sillon, in a letter addressed to the Bishop, and dated March 22, in re- ference to the recent withdrawal of oBe of the "sisters" from her establishment, says-" If any sister were to withdraw, she would'be at liberty to take her own pro- perty with her. I should think it un 6peakabably dishonorable and unjust were this not so ; and I should expect a curse, and not a blessing, from any money ac- quired io a base and crooked way/' In reference to the title of " Spiritual Mother," she says-'< I do not think I laid claim to it, my lord, for I did not seek it : hat the experience of nearly four years prevents my saying that is au unreality." To this let- ter the Bishop replies, giving the lady credit for the purest motives; and in a subsequent epistle, dated 29th. nit., he says-"In announcing to you my with- drawal from the office of visitor <>f your community, I stated my reasons to be first, that the. coar...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

IMPOÜNDIN/S. Impounded at the publyPoai,d, Barossa One cbesnut horse, saddled collar marked, darb points, white on fi hind foot, short switch tail, Bo brand vuple' If not claimed, to be sold August 9. at"«>oa- Í : J. 5. MCDONALD, í Püundkeeper. ' / Impounded at the public pound« Section 7557, Gawler: filtrer,Munno Para-rQne yellow 'steer, large cock horn*, white back and beüy,¡ like i2S ôff:rumpî tine; dark brown bullock, white on ramp, cock horns, 6 near rita, H off rump« one red bullock} o^k Jiorns, liks HR conjoined near shoulder,^ que, red bullock cock horns, JW! Sear shouldgr^IjST off ribs; one black or brown horse, vrliîte on forehead and nose, bang tail, near hind foot while, IP or j IP top of near ribs, collar and saddle marked ; one grey pony, short switch tai!, SL near shoulder, 5 off shoulder ; one chesnnt geld in «r, white spot nh forehead, long bangtail, illegible, brand off shoulder, saddle marked ; one black or mouse coloured gelding, long switch tail, white spot o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, FEEPOBHED AT TBS " ADELAIDE HOMING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCURACY AND DESPATCH. bookbinding by Compilent Workmen. FOR LIVERPOOL. To Sail in about 10 day*. THE fine fast nailing ship MARUN LUTHER, 1241 tons register, Captain Kenny, is dailj expected from Port Wakefield, and will sail as above. _ \. Tiie cnbin accommodations of 'ib^'beaatrfbl vessel are very superior. She will also take Interme Hate and Steerage Passengers. For freight of Gold and Light Goods, o r Passage, apply to VV. YOUNGHUSBAND, JIL*. & CO. Agents. The Cheapest Books ever Published. ON SALE AT l'LATTS'S BOOK WAREHOUSES. ANEW and Uniform Edition of WASH - IN (¿TON IRVING'S WORKS. In Sets or Single Volumes. IQ Fancy Boards, 15s. per dozen ; bound in cloth, full gilt, 2s per volume. Ditto, Two vols, in One, 3s 6<i per volume. Alhambra Astoria Bracebridge Hall Columbus, Lifd and Voyages of Companions of Columbus, Voyages of the Conquest of ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

MUNICIPAL COÜNOTL. TJtursday, July 15. Present- His Worship the Mayor and all the members. On a question put to bini, he decided that the Aldermen should have precedence, and should occupy the upper seats. This question arose in consequence of Councillor D- Fisher having taken possession of Alderman Paxton's seat. A cheque was signed for £78 7s, the pay list for a fortnight. CASE OF ME CUMMING.-On (he motion of Alderman Paxton, seconded by Alderman Sherwin, it was resolved to appeal against the decision of the Magistrate. His Worship said the expense would not exceed £10. Ile expressed his decided opiuion that the Magistrate's decision was wrong. COLLECTION OF HATES.-The Clerk reported that every thing was ready for the collection, which would commence on Mond.iy (this day). PUBLIC WORKS.-The Clerk read a report in which he recommended several repairs at the Slaughter-house, especially the removal cf the yards in place of gravelling them. Mr Webber also reported that the river had r...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, July 12. Present-Captain Freeling, Mr Hewitt, and latterly Mr Giles. Various works were ordered or approved at O'Halloran Hill, Company's Bridge Road, North Eastern Road, Bay Road. Mr Hewitt said the Government Land was   selling very fast, and the Surveyor-General re-   marked that Gold Diggers were allowed to secure sections on depositing their assay receipts. COMPANY'S BRIDGE. It was resolved that his Excellency be ap- plied to to remit money for an iron bowstring bridge from England, in place of the old Company's Bridge. Three letters were read from the Col.Secretary's Office, one stating that money belonging to the Yatala Board, claimed by the Central Board, would be retained in the Treasury for the pre- sent-a second, that the Railway Board had been applied to for their offices for the use of the Central Board-and a third, offering the Board £200 for the repair of bridges at Cur-   rency Creek and the Long Swam...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

MARRIED.     On the 13th July,at St. Matthew's Church, Ken- sington, South Australia, by the Rev. W. J. Wood- cock, the Rev. John Watson, Incumbent of St. Mat- thew's Church, Kensington, to Martha Elizabeth, third daughter of the late John Fulford, Esq., of London.

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The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Monday, July 19, 1852. THE GOLD ACT AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

Cfje JHarmag (Êtjrniticle. Adelaide ; Monday, July 19, IS52. THE (iOLD ACT AND THE GO- VERNMENT. WE received last week two communications respecting the Gold Act and its conse- quences, one of which only we were able to publish, the other being apparently incom- plete. They both relate to the fear which is prevalent as to the effects of the vast accumulation of gold in this province. Ia the Bank of England the amount of gold coin and ingots was at the last date about £20,000,000, and allowing £7,000,000, doubtless an excessive estimate, for all the other Banks, the total for the United King- dom would be at the rate of £1 per head of the inhabitants. In South Australia, we believe the value of coin and precious j metals deposited in or for the Banks is j nearly £500,000, or about £9 per head of our population, and as there are few vessels leaving, there is every probability the amount may in a couple of months be doubled. The Banks already feel the pressure of such an enormous load....

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

VICTORIA. By recent arrivals we have news from Melbourne to the 7th instant. A TI eating was held on the 4th, Mr Highett in the chair, when it was resolved to establish a Joint Stock Hank. A provisional committee was appointed, consisting of some of the princi- pal men of Melbourne Tne prospectus would appear in a few days. THE ESCORTS.- The Government Pack Horse Escort from Mount Alexander, arrived at the Treasury at 2 p.m., on Saturday, bring- ing 19,529 ozs. gold. This, however, is only a " piccaninni*' affair* The " monster " escort, under military command, and with seven drays, arrived in Melbourne shortly after 2 o'clock p¿m., yesterday, bringing 84,560 ozs. of the precious metal. The roads are in a frightful state, so much so, that it took the last escort just a week to make the journey. Thus within the last twenty-seven hours we have bad by pul lie and private, including Mr Dight's escort, upwards of one hundred and twelve thousand ounces of gold added to our mineral wealth ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

SALES "ßY AUCTION. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. To be Sold by Auction by SAMSON, WICKSTEED & CO. At tlie Mart, Tlinrlley and Kins William streets, on Tuesday, the 3rd August next, at noon mHK UNEXPIRED TERM of 21 years X fmm the álib 'une, 1849, in all those LEAS HOM) PREMISES, situate in Rundle-street, Utely in the occupation of Mr J. II. Walker, builder. In the «ame hit «ill he sold TWO SHARKS in the Seaside and Rural Building Association, «hieb are subject to a weekly payment by the holders of £1 ls. during the continuance of the Association, which will probably embrace a period of 18 months. For further particulars, apply to FENN & WEARING. Solicitors, Exchange Chambers. 23rd June, 1832. BURRA BURRA MINES. SURVEY DAY. THE DIRECTORS of ihe South Australian Mining Association will offer to LE T by Public Survey at the above Mines on Thursday, the 22nd instant, a number of TUTWORK BARGAINS and TRbUTE PITCHES, to   expire on the 30th day of September, 1852...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 19 July 1852

LOCAL NEWS. ROUTE BY THE MURRAY TO THE DIGGINGS. -Mr Chanter of the Royal Hotel returned overland by this route on Saturday, from a second very successful trip to the Diggings, and has obligingly furnished us with a few in- teresting facts regarding it. The distance is about 600 miles, as follows :-" From Camp- bell's Inn, Bullock Creek, Bendigo, to the Loddon Inn where he crossed the Loddon, 65 miles. There are two inns in that distance, Serpentine Inn (Hawkins), and the Durham Ox (Argyle). From Loddon Inn to Swan Hill Inn, 35 miles. Protea led along the lett bank of the Murray 100 miles-crossed to thé Commissioner's on the right bank, where there is another inn. The blacks convey goods, drays, and people across, for a trifling remuneration. Thence to McLeod's Inn, on the Darling, 80 miles. Crossed the Darling on a punt. The charge is £1 for a dray, 2s 6d for a horse. Thence to the Ana-branch, 10 miles. Next came to Bagot's station, Mooronoo, near Lake Victoria. Between the Darling...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 13. LAKD SALK.-The following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale bj public auction, at the Court Home, Adelaide, on Saturday, the 14th day of August, at ll o'clock. Deposit, 10 per cent. : COUNTRY SECTIONS. County Adelaide, near the Start River. Hundred of j Adelaide. Plan 101. Lot. Sec. Acres. Price. £ £823 841 64 64 6824 842 69 69 County Adelaide, north of Murdoch's Hill Trígono, metrical Station, Handrad of Onkaparinga. Fian 102. C825 5274 69 69 '6826 5275 65 65 6827 5277 £0 60 6S28 5378 69 59 6829 5280* 62 62 6830 6281 577 577 County Adelaide, near Mount Torrens Trigono- metrical Station, Hundred of Onkaparinga. Plan 102. 6831 5314 123 123 6832 5294 306 306 County Start, near Murdoch's Hill Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Kanmantoo. Plan 102. ~ £833 5293 137 137 County tl i nd marsh, west of Port Elliot Township, j Hundred of Goolwa.. Plan 59. . ?834 21 87 87 6835 82 77 * 77 6836 23 77 77 6*37 27 80 RO * 6838 28 SO SO County Hi...

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