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LATEST FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
LATEST FliOM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND Our Tasmanian files are to the 3rd July. The seooud general meeting of the Tasma- nian Steam Navigation Company was held at Hobart on on the 28th, Mr Caapman, M.L.U., presiding; at which a Board of Directors were appointed, and a proposal adopted to increase the capital to £40,000. A sum of £25 was voted for the purchase of a gold watch, as a testimonial of the services of the honorary secretary, Mr Toby. Castles, the man convicted of the wilful murder of William Hibbitt, was executed at liobarton on the 22nd ult.-he protested his innocence to the last. The Richmond races were proceeding;-the i Town Plate was won by Mr Lowe's Patient, and the Publicans' Purse by Mr Yeenans' Flying Doe. The Legislative Council was sitting ;-Mr Nutt had been elected Chairman of Com- mittees A bill was to be introduced for the Incorporation ot liobarton and Launceston. The congregation of the R«v. John West had presented him with a purse containing £150, as a token of the...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
NEW SOUTH WALES. MELANCHOLY NEWS. - The Postmaster General ! as received the following distressing news (rom the Postmaster at Albury, which is all the information at present knowu respecting ibis painful subject. No mails from Sydney, Yass, Tarratta: four mails now due from the two first-mentioned places. 1 cannot account for the delay. Are p.irt exists that the Murrumbidgee Uiver has risen in an unprecedented man uer, ali the town- ship of Wagga Wagga swept away, a great part of Gundagai, and 80 lives lost. In baste, -, Postmaster. July 6, 1852. M. 3£. Herald July 10.
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, 22nd July. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, 22nd July. For Great Britain per Pheebe Dunbar, to India and Overland, this day, at half-past 3 ; per Deborah, to Bombay and Overland, ditto ditto ; per Waterlilly, to Calcutta and Overland, Friday, 23rd, at ditto ; per Charlotte Jane to London, ditta ditto; per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. Far Sydney and New Zealand per Surge to Sydney' July 23rd, at half-past 3. For Victoria, per Eugene to Melbourne, this day, at half-past 12; -per Mary Harrison, ditto, at htlf-past 3 ; per Mary Clarke, to ditto, Friday, 23rd, at 11, per Selma ditto, at 2; per Margaret and Queeû of Sheba, ditto ditto, at half-past 3. For East Indies and China by the above vessels to lidia. ' The M iii per the Overland Escort, this day at half, past \0 RsTVKt shoving the number of Packages of die undermentioned Goods entered for and in Bond, on the 17th .My, 1852: - Brandy &lt;47 hhds, 181 qr-casks 99 cases Bam 13 pin cheon 8, 35 hhds, 3 qr-casks Gin and Geneva 9 hhds, 43 qr casks, SI ...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN* ASD FLOCK MARKET. Wheat, y* 3d Flour, JfvO I Os per ton Harley, English, Ss tn 5s 3d p r bushel. " Cape, 46 3d to 4s Sd Oats, 5s 6d to Ss Brau, ls 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton July 21, 1S52. R-tcon, ls 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4|d per lb Bread, 6d per 2lb loaf Batter. Is Sd to ls lOd per rb Cheese, Colonial, lOd to ls per lt» English, ls Ad per lb Dutch, 3s each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 5s to 6s do Eg?s. 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 Mutton, 2d to 31 per lb Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, l&lt;to ls &lt;5d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6s to 7 s each cocks, 10s to 12s each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per piir Veal, 3d to 61 per lb CHAS J. BA sar. New Corn Exchange, Greufell-street.
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
VEGETABLES. Beaus, French, 6d to fckl per lb, scarce Broad, none Cabbages, ld to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, 2s*T0 3s per lb Garlic, ls 6d to 2s per lb, scarce Horseradish, 6d to Sd per st wk O,lions, 2d 10 3d per lb I'arsley, ld per bunch Potatoes, old * lbs for &lt;6d new, I ¿d per lb Sha lots, ls per lb Turnips, from 4d to 6d per dozen Vegetable marrows, from 2d te 3d each Watercress, ld per bunch. TÄÜITS, 8ic. Apples, from ls to 2s per lb Almonds, from &lt;kl to 1« per 1b Shelled, 2s 6d per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d |«i lb, scarce Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to Os per dozen Medlars, Is 6d to 2s per doz. Pears 8d to ls per lb Pomegranite, 2s to 2s 6d per doz
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO-Tuesday, July 20. [Before both the Judges.] DELANT v. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO-Tuesday, July 20. [ 'iefore both the Judges.] DELA NT v. FOED. I His Honor Judge Cooper, in giving judgment, said the only question was as to the admission uf j the depositions. Though the Court could fin 1 no j precedent, they were of opinion that the depositions , were properly admitted in order to explain the previous state of the proceedings. Rule discharged, j ! KABDHAS T TATLOK AND TIKLIXE. ; I His Honor Judge Cooper said that in this case j the Court were of opinion &lt; hat the issues on three of the pleas (lat, 4th. and 6th,) should haTe been for the plaintiff, which would render a nevr trial necessary,unless the parties could come toan amicable arrangement. 1 he Advocate-General said it was not unlikely such an arrangement might be made. Judge Crawford said he was very glad to hear it. IN EQUITY. PAXTOH AND OTHEES T. DEWBURST. In this case, after an argument between the Advocate-General and Crown Solicitor, the injunc- tion previously grante...
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 21. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 21. 1852. Burras, £ 126 cash. No transactions for past few days. Gold, £3 9s to £8 9s 3d cash. To the Diggers the price is £3 8s 6d to £3 8s 9d. Advices per Afary Clarke from MelDourne, state an advance in price from £3 2s 6d te £3 3s. Sovereigns, 7d to 9d premium. Melbourne Notes 6d ditto. Money, 12$ per cent, on sections of laud. £50 per section. Ditto, 1 ~> per cent, on other Freeholds. Ditto, 15 per cent, on Burra Shares, at £100 per share. Ditto, 25 per cent, on Assay Certificates at £3 per ounce. Apply to J. F. BOSS, Broker.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
SALES BY AUCTION: BY OKDEIÏ OF THE MORTGAGEE. To be SoUl by Auction by SAMSON, WIckSTEEI) & CO. At ttie Mart, I lindley and Kin¿ William street«. on Tuesday, the 3rd August next, at mien Ttl K UNEXPIRED Tl'RM of 21 years from the 2 lib lune, 1849, in all those LKAS HOLD PREMISES, situate :n Ruwl'e-streel, lately in the occupation of Mr J. ll. Walker, builder. In the same lot will he sold TWO SHARES in the Sea«He and Rural Building Association, which ore 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, 1852. FOll MELBOURNE. HHE fine clipper brig: L LADY HARVEY, 145 ions per register, Captain liar, will sail for Melbourne on Tuesday, the 27ih instant, -and bes superb-r accommoda lions for steerage and intermediate passengers. Apply to Captain Hay, orto A. L- ELDER & CO. 22 ...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
VESSELS TN HARBOUR. An ne, brig, 200 tons, Hamblin, from Melbourne, July 9. Amiens, schooner, 210 lons, Sayers, from Melbourne, Jaly 3. Augustus, barque, laid np for repairs. Charlotte Jane, ship, 530 tons, Lawrence, load- ing for London. Chatham, barque, 4G7 tons. Copeland, from Dept- ford and Plymouth, March 18. Cir cosían, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Swa eea. City of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Candahar, ship, 903 tong, John Goss, from Mel *bourne, July IO. 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. M ¡co m'a, for Melbourne. Edicard, ship, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th ' Mirch. Ferdinand, brig, 153 tons, Groot, from Whampoa Gertrude, brig, 118 tens. Coomer, for Melbourne. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Patt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Glencoe, barque, 200tons, LUewall, from Melbourne, July 4. "Louisa brig, Heslop, from Melbo...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
- SHIPPING INTKIXIGEXC& /' A BEI V KO. Jury J§-Hie caner Appollo, 44 ton«, W. Wise, from Hobart Town, Jane 25. Sante day-The «choonur J Lovett, T. Ree? from Melbourne July 8. Passengers - Mess ra. Jolly, Vivers, Vash, Verco Richards, Fer.n, Hall 2, Tjiitliofl, Borrow, and Jones, in the cibin; Messrs. Besch :i, Dough, Bowe, Fame. Long, Russell. fxipe. Morpeth, Verco, Kennell, Long, Robert» 2, Jones, Stsi h, ~J»uuin>r. Gorme, Jeffries, Grim»d&lt;ile2, *Vil GOO, Prtdock, Williams, Bea Delt, Predock, Paseol . Gardner Rankin, Pennell. Lowe, Wil iarus 2, Smith' Jones, Burton, MorlanJ. Taylor. Brown, Dalwood.' Slough, and Smith, in the steerage. Joly 20 - 'I he brig Lady Harte}/, Hay, from Mel- bourne, Joly 10. Passengers -Messrs. Gordon, Phelps, Beckt-tt, Imray 2. Noldath Butler, Griffey, Mrs Guftey, Brown, Faulkner. Frazer, Dearlove, FJoleni Ï, Williams, Joues, Goss, Cade, Hunter, Barn, Hugh, Garbín, Reynolds, Carbery 2, fi] artin. Neile, Phillips, Paterson. Maggar, Ho...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
LOCAL NEWS. A HERCULEAN TASK.-The Register has undertaken to correct the Adelaide Tin-lea's blunder, but has done it very imperfectly. We verily believe that the gold has turned " the Times'sn bead. He cannot speak of any subject connected with it without going astra}'. One morning, he convulsed his readers by remarking that Greig and Malcolm might be to blame about the Broughton hoax, but of the tico, the Governor was most in fault. Lately he seems inclined to believe that Mal- colm is tpght after all, for he (Malcolm) had found gold at the Bremer. Now as the Bremer is 3d miles due east, and the Broughton is 100 miles due north, it is difficult to understand the connection. The Register thinks it a very gross blunder in the Times to suppose that people in England don't pay higher value for gold above standard, but it he looks carefully through our contemporary's files, he will find that this is one of the mildest cases of recent occurrence. THE GOLD ASSAT OFFICE.-The quantity of go...
MAURITIUS MARKETS.—MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
MAURITIUS MARKETS.-MAS 8. Exchange : Credits on England have been nego- cia ted at 2 per cent discount, and Scotch bank post bills at par; East ludia Com pan v's bills, have been tiken at 51c per Crt. Wheat and Flour: AU the Australian wheat has been purchased for ex- j .portation 2-50, 2'75 per lOOltiS bag are now the current rates ; the Persian lately in the market has been purchased at 1-89. 1 9 > per IO 1 lbs ; good j flour is in demand, and purchases are making for I exportation at 3 10, 3 15 for Australian, and 5-50 for American. 1 xohacge : Treasury bills, at 30 days si¿;ht, 1 ¿ to 2 per cent premium : private bills on India. 50c. CK. nominal ; rate of discount ou local bills, 9 to 12 per cent. Freights : To the i United Kingdom, 20s to 22s, to the Cape 30s nomi- nal ; to the Australian colonies,2«s uomiuaL - Mau- ritius Price Current.
MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
Ä1ELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. The gold market has been in a more feverish and unsettled 6tate daring the past week than it has been since the existence of the trade in this colony. On Monday it opened brisk at 63s Gd, bat waa flat on Tuesday, and suddenly fell upon Wednesday to f 3. A panic 6o severe and unexpected deserves some attention from commercial men, and it is ne- cessary to trace out some of the causes which led to it. In the first place, the report in one of the news- papers that the escort had brought in 59,000 oas., which, by the way, coming upon the dull market, caused several of the large buyers to 6top, anticipa- ting a reduction in the price, and most of the small purchasers were stocked, so that they were under the necessity of declining any purchases. The holders thinking that there was some cause for this, which they could not ascertain, forced their gold, and took a reduced price. Another cause is some alterations in the system of the Banks. It appears that they hav...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I Stubbs & Son sold yesterday - Shares in the Vio fcoria Insurance Company, at £4 12s ?d ; butter, ls 9d per lb ; bacon, lOd per lb. W. L. Lees gc Co. sold yesterday, at tne produce stores-Bran, ls 3d te ls id ; pollard, ls 3d ; jams, 9d to lOAd ; flour, £20 7s 6d ; butter 6id to 2« per lb ; coarse salt, 3a to 3s 6d ; onions, ls 2d ; porter, £2 2s to £2 6s per hhd. ; Mauritius sugar, t'20 10s ; bacon, 9d ; cheese, 7Jd to 1 lid ; seasoned quatering, 15s to ] 8s; flooring beards, 15s to 17s Gd per 100 feet. Messrs. W. M. Tennent & Co. sold yesterday, at their rooms-Allotments of ground situated at South Yarra, at from Hs to 25s per foot ; twenty-one al- lotments at Prahran, at from 6s to 20s per foot i twenty-three tons fine flour, at £21 lOs. At the wharf - Bed deals, ll x 3, 7£d per foot ; 9 x 3, 6d ; 9 x 4, 4d ; 7 x 3, 4fd ; 6-feet paling, 19s ; 5-feet paling, 17s 6d per 100. Mr J. Dobson sold yesterday at the Queen's Wharf, timber:-quarteri...
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. TO S[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
INSOLV EjSrOT NOTICES. JTo- SCÙKHBKK. James BasMBgttwarte, 22nd Jaljr mod I2tli of August, at l l. : CERTIFICATES TO BK COSFIEMB»- Unless Cause ! be shown to the contrary. Thomas Smith, 53rd Jut v, at lt. ! Geo. Doran, 30th July, at IS. AUDITS. sf. L. Pahfow, 26th July, at 11. J. H. Walker. 2nd August,at lt. A. H. Gouge, 2nd August, at 12 Rub. Taylor, 2nd August, at 1. E. Brooks. 2nd Angnst, at 2. H. Figg. 9th August, at half-past 2. T. Hope. 9th Angnst, at 1. T. Smith, 9th August, at 12. Jas Lennon, 9 th August, at 2 DrviDsao MEETISGS. -Creditors to attend and Prove. William Smith. Kensington. 19th July, at 12. Smith and Bishop, 9:h August, at 11. ArJOUBNED FIKAL HEABINGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. H. and A. Snelling, 23nl July, at I. S. Leather. 22nd July, at 1. John Craigie, 20th Angnst, at 2. J. B. Montefiore and E. Montefiore Levi, 23t!j Jnlv, at 12. J. F. Boyd, 19th July, at 1. ll. and A. Snelling 23rd July, at 1. S. Leather. 22nd July, at 1. W. Blyth, 19th August, at ll...