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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
SPIEITSfi» bond) . .u&lt;'û '? * .« * ; Brandy, flatted Vi», per gfclloa ...;..*;.».. 0 7 0 ooo " Ditto, do. do., per. eua I O o - I S O Ditto, Mcneil's, p^r gaL o 7 « OOo Ditto ditto per ease ..1 O O 1 5 O Do. other brands per gaL 0 5 6 «.. 6 0 Ditto, ditto, per case ,.100 I 2 U Kum (W. 1.) per gallom O 5 6 ." O V 1» WbUky, ditto.- OOO * © Gin (Old lom) ditto.. . O 6. O V 6 .,,*> Genera. Der casa. OOO OOO WINES - (duty paw; - Port, per pipe ...... 35 O 0 50 O O Ditto, per duzen. 1 O O 1 15 O Sherry, per pipe. 80 O O 40 V O Ditto, per doren...... O 18 O 1 8 ti Cape, per pipe........ none. Champagne, per dozen 115 0 SOO Claret,ditto ......... 110 I 6 o Marsala, per pipe. 25 0 O 30 O O Ditto, oer dozen. 0 18 O 15 o \ il 6 PORTJSB Taylor*« per fahd.... Trueman's ........ * _ Harelay Perkins* > 5 0 0 .*»?&lt;» Whitbread'^....., Ditto, per dosen 0 IO o Oil Doblia ditto, per tibd .. 4 IO O SOO ALE-London branas, prr hiid.6 0 0 7 O O Bass's Borton, No. 3 .. o' 15 O 7 ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. AN ILLUSTRATION OF FREE TEIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. AN ILLUSTRATION OF FREE TEIDE. The trade in woo? has been longer free than in any other staple, of our imports competing with ¿orne, produce, and the resulteiare sueh-ß . *P put protection very much out of countenance. Wi shall give our readers a. few of them. From the restoration dorn to the year 1825} or for ' the long period of 165 years, the legisla- tors of our connery were of opinion that I there was nothing io the wide world, in the ¡ shape of fleece',' like English wool.; and in order to keep the good thing to "ourselves,' i we rigorously prohibited its exportation. -The injustice ia this case was obviously done to the agriculturists; hut in time they learnt to inflict injury on others In 1325 the injustice was removed ; but a course of wrong to other parties had been for some time in operation, at the instiga- tion of the agriculturists, which was brought to a climax in 1819 by the imposition of a duty of 6d a pound on all foreign wool, for the protection ...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
VICTORIA. Our files are now completed to the IO th. GATUOLTC MEETING.-A meeting of the Roman Catholic community was held last evening in St. Francis Hall, Elizabeth-street, for the purpose of assisting the Roman Catholic mission of South Australia, in its present pecuniary difficulties. At the ap- pointed hour, the Very Rev. Dr Groghegan took the chair, and proceeded to business. He was followed by the Very Rev. M. Ryan of Adelaide, who entered into a statement of the causes which compelled the Right Rev. Bishop Murphy to appeal to the Roman Catholics of Victoria and New South Wales ; a resolution was pro- posed by Mr O'shanassy, M.L.C., and seconded by Mr Kellegher expressive of the sympathy of the meeting with Dr. Murphy's position, and pledging their prompt contributions and hearty co-opera- tion towards relieving him. A subscrip- tion list was then opened and heartily re- sponded to, after which, it was announced that £224 had been collected in the room ; £73 previously received...
POLICE COURT. [Before H. E. Wigley, Esq] Saturday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
POLICE COURT. [Before H. E. Wigley, Esq] Saturday, July 17. i Wm. Thompson, Se-géant of Police, was charged with an assault on Elizabeth Tregaskis, residing (with three daughters) in a pr. vate-street, at the back of Mr Latter's forge,Bundle-street. From the evidence it appeared thai on Wednes- day night about ll or 12o'clock, a man came to her glass door, and asked f >r a light of his pipe. Seeing he was a stranger she refused te open ute door. She then.heard a loud crash as of a broken window, lier daughters had gone to bed. Ber eldest daughter on hearing the Loise jumped out of bed, and they both commenced screaming police and murder as lou &lt; as they could. When the pol ¡Cd came up and wanted to get iu, they screamed louder than ever, : and appeared to have lest their senses. Thinking the police robbers, they rushed out by the backiray, to take refuge iu a neighbour's house, ou which Ser- geant Thompson thinking a murder mi&lt;rht have been committed, seised...
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, July 21. CIVIL SIDE. [Before bis Honor.Iudge Cooper, A. Hardy, Esq. aud F. S. Dutton. Esq] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, July 21. CIVIL SIDE. [Before bis Honor .Iudge Cooper, A. Hardy, Esq. aud F. S. Dutton. Esq ] HABÉIS T. BAILEY-For £11 odds. This was an action for a wine merchants bill of scndries. The defendant was for some time land- lord of the Prince of Wales, but was absent at the diggings when tbe goods were delivered. Mr Wear- ing, for the plaintiff, called tbe carman who de- livered the goods, and the defendant's wife who proved the price of brandy to be 20s per gallon, porter, 11s 6d. sherry, 20s, and port, 28s per dozen. Mr Parker said the defendant was doubtful about the delivery and the prices. Verdict for £11. DEVENISH V. CABUXOTON-Mr Fisher appeared for the defendant. The plaintiff got into the box and told the Court that bis son and a Mr Thomson were in partnership as painters and glaziers, and did work for the defendant. They went to the diggings. Aa they owed him money, they requested Carlington to pay plaintiff, and he took Carlington's bill for th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PERFORMED XT TB* "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACC1JRACT AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. FOR LIVERPOOL. To Sail in about 10 days. THE fine fast sacing ship MARI m LUTHER, 1241 toas, reçUter, Captain Kenny, Ja j^Iy'expêcted from Port Wakefield, mnd will sail as above. The cabin accommodations of this beaotifal vessel are very superior. She will also take In terme liate and Steerage Passengers. For freight of Gold and Light Goods, o r Passage, apply to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN. & CO. Agents. FOR LONDON DIRECT. Under Engagement with the South Australian Mining Association to Sail in a few days. rilHE veil-armed fast sailing I frigate-built ship, Al at Lloyds* for 13 years CHARLOTTE JANE, 750 tons, Alexander Laurence, commander, guarantees to take not more than two-thirds her register tonnage of (.ead weight, (the whole of which is engaged), thus effecting a material saving to shippers of gold and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETTTEN, CONTINUES to practice Law in the United States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- ington ; to prosecute Claims and settle Accounts against, and to procure Letters Patent for In- ventions from the Government of the United States ; to collect Bills of Exchange, Debts, Dividends on Stocks, Legacies and Inheritan- ces in any part of the United States and in the adjacent British Possessions ; to make Invest- ments of Funds in the United States and State Stocks, and on Bond and Mortgage of Real Estate, and to negocíate the purchase and sale of Foreign Loans and Patent-rights, and Public and Private Lands, in any State of the Union ; and to attend to any Law or Agency business confided to his care. Reliable in- formation given in reply to enquiries of per- sons desirous of ea.igrating to the United Slates. ggr Communications in any of the langua- ges of Europe, addressed to W. Cr. Snethen 5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill, Washington United States, w...
The Morning Chranicle. Adelaide: Thursday, July 22, 1852. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. Adelaide: Thursday, July 22, 1852. &nbsp; THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. &nbsp; THE Central Board of Education have been taken to task by the South Australian &nbsp; Register, for the following acts of oppres- sion. We were previously aware of the facts in regard to one of the cases, and in reference to the other, we have since re- ceived complete information. Mr James Jolly, schoolmaster, in Wal- kerville, an old colonist, a competent teacher, and a man of irreproachable cha- racter, was lately selected by the clergy- man of the district to fill the situation of teacher, in the school attached to the English (Episcopalian) Church in that village. On applying, however, for a license from the Central Board, in order &nbsp; that he might receive a salary under the Act of Council, the Board have refused &nbsp; him a license; and in answer to Mr Jolly's &nbsp; demand for an explanation, they decline to &nbsp; assign...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the MORNING CHRONICLE. SIR,—Are we, having left our native land, bound to leave also our native liberties, and on no account to bring them with us ? Are we &nbsp; not to be free men ? Or, are we to be slaves, and lie at the beck and nod of every man who &nbsp; supposes himself to be in power? To be ac- cused without knowing by whom, and to be punished without knowing for what? If so, the sooner we know it the better ; we shall not then torment our minds by the vain and idle delusion that we are free men and Britons. Vain and idle, I repeat, for if we. are to witness such doings as those recently; enacted by the Board of Education, it is a vain and idle delu- sion, for in such case our freedom is but as empty nothingness, and our rights as paving stones, for "men who would be" to set at naught and trample on. The subject of complaint to which I desire now to draw your attention, is that of a school- master called Jolly having been refu...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 22 July 1852
EXTRACTS. CRIME IN ENGLAND. — At Kingston &nbsp; on Thursday, John and Jane Keene were tried for the murder of a child about a &nbsp; year ago, by throwing it down a well. It was an illegitimate child of the woman previous to her marriage. The man was found guilty, and condemned to death : the &nbsp; woman was acquitted. Keene threw it down a well to get rid of its support, and his wife through remorse told her mother after the murder had been concealed for many months.—At Bury on Wednesday, John Mickleborough, a farmer, was sen- tenced to death for murdering his servant Mary Baker. He stabbed her with a knife at a fair, being jealous of her remaining in the company of another man. He was defended on the ground of insanity.—At Brecon, Thomas Phillips and Mary Morgan were tried on a charge of murdering a newly-born child by throwing it to a sow. The evidence was by no means satisfactory, and they were acquitted. TRIAL OF THE STEAMSHIP GREAT BRITAIN—Liverpool, ...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
VICTORIA. The fall in the price of gold is thus ex- plained in the London Examiner, of the 28th February :-" The extraordinary in- flux of gold which presses with direct force upon the Bank of England, and necessitates its refusal to purchase, except of given fine- ness, and almost equal to standard, must, in the opinion of experienced bullion dealers, lead ere long to a reduction in the market price, and those who impartially consider the matter, will admit that the Bank had no other course than to. decline the purchase of the precious metal, im- ported by the George l eabodg-, until it had Deen refined, especially since the ofliee of melter and finer at the Mint bas been abolished, and the premises where the opera- tions were carried on have been let to Messrs. .Rothschild, who will be totally un- connected, we believe, with the Govern- ment, and act on private accounts. These changes are in. pursuance of the recom mendatiou of tbe Commissioners in their report upon the Mint made ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
NEW SOUTH WALES. I From the Sydney Gold Circulars of July 3, ' we learn that there was favorable accounts from alli the gold regions except the Turon, which . river was inundated beyond example. The ar ! rival of gold from the interior in the previous ; week amounted to 4,729 ozs. The price of ! gold in Sydney had risen to 67s 9d for Victo j ria, ar.d 67s for Turon. The Bank of New i South Wales had applied to the Legislature for ? powers to extend their Usue for the purpose of enabling them to purchase gold The Colonial j Secretary expressed his opinion that the estab- lishment of a Government Assay O mee to make ingots, which should be a legal tender, i would answer every purpose. The mercantile ¡ interests were, however, opposed to any legisla i live interference. j There had been dreadful floods at Gundagai, j where 30 houses were swept away, and the fol- lowing persons were drowned:-Mr and Mrs McKenna, of the National School, and five I children ; Mr Hunt, saddler, formerly of ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
IMPO UNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Brighton One brown entire colt, long tail, both hind feet white, white stroke down face, short piece of bullock hide round neck, no brand visible; one chestnut fill}-, long tail, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold August 16, 1852, at noon. HENRY HIGHET, Pouudkeepen Impounded at the public pound, Section 245, Willunga-One light red heifer, about fifteen months old, no brand visible ; one dark red steer, about two years old, no brend visi- ble; one red and white heifer calf, about twelve months old, no brand visible ; one light brindle heifer calf, about twelve months old, no brand visible., one red bull calf, white belly, about nine months old, na brand visible; one red and white «teer, off e s marked, about eighteen montns old, no brand visible ; one brown and white cow, hoop horns, PT off rump, CT near ribs ; ons red cow, white belly and rump, R near ribs, RE near rump ; DOD one brindle and white bull stag. PP ofl"rump, illeg...
SHIP MAILS. Monday, 26th Joly. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
SHIP MAILS. Monday, 26th Joly. For Great Britain per Charlotte Jane to London, this day, at half-past 12; per Waterlilly, to Calcutta and Overland, ditto at half-past 3 ; per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. For Sydney and New Zealand per Surge to Sydney, this day, at half-past 3. For Victoria, per Glencoe to Melbourne, this day, at half-past 12 ; Margaret and Mary Harrison ditto ditto at half-past 3 ; per Arnicas and Lady Harvey to ditto, Tuesday. 27th, at II ; per Mary Clarie to ditto on Wednesday, 28th, at ll ; per Dreadnought, Thursday, 29th, at 11. For Van Diemen's Land per Apollo to Hobart Town, this day, at half-past 9. For East Indies and China per Waterlilly, to Calcutta, this day, at half-past 3.
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NET INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NET INSOLVENT. Wm. Gosling, storekeeper. Glen Osmond. To SURRENDER. James Bassingthwaire, I2tli of August, at. 11. CERTIFICATES TO BB CONFIEMED - Unless Canse be shown to the contrary. Geo. Doran, 30th Joly, at 12. AUDITS. AL lt. Pahlow, 26th July, at 11. J. H. Walker, 2nd August, at ll. A. H. Gouge, 2nd August, at 12. ¡ Hob. Taylor, 2nd Angust, at 1. ! B. Brooks, 2nd August, at 2. H. Figg, 9th August, at half-past 2. T. Hope, 9th August, at 1. T. Smith, 9th Augnst, at 12. Jas Lennon, 9th August, at 2 J. Eldridge, 16th August, at 12. H. Catrhl^ve, 16th August, at ll. W. Williams, 16th August, at 1. DIVIDEND MEETINGS. -Creditors to attend and Prove. Smith and Bishop, 9th August, at 11. ADJOURNED FINAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. John Craigie, 20th August, at 2. W. Blyth, 19th August, at ll. John Craigie, 20ih August, at 2. DIVIDEND 4S IN THE POÏND. Wm. Smith, Kensington, 27th July.
ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIH AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. CRAIN AHD FLOOR HABEST. Wheat, 7s 3d Floor, £20 10s per ton Barley, English, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel. " Gape. 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats, 5s 6d to 6s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Har, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS. J. BABBT. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. July 21, 1852. Bacon, Is 2 per lb Beef, 4d to 4|d per lb Bread, 6d per2lb loaf Butter, ls 8d to ls lOd per lb Cheese, Colonial, lOd to ls per lb English, ls 4d per lb Dutch, 3B each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pah Wild, 5s to 6s do Eggs, ls «d to Is 9d per doz. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each I Barns, Colonial, Is 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb Pork, fresh, 6dto 7Ü per lb Pigeons, ls to Is 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, Lens, 6s to 7s each cooks, 10s tp 12s each Teal and Widgeons, 3s per pair Veal, 3d to 6d per lb
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 24. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, Julv 24. 1852. Barras - Sale this day at £126 cash. Gold, £3 8s 9d cash, to purchasers. To the diggers £3 8s 3d to £3 8s 6d cash paid in Hank notes ; £3 8s 9d to diggers in eheqoes. Sovereigns, 6d premium. Melbourne Notes 6d ditto. Drafts on Melbourne 3J per cent, premium. Money, I2| per cent, on sections of land. £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. ROSS, Broker.
SHARE LIST. King William-street, Jnly 24, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 July 1852
SHARE LIST. Kin» William-street, Jnlv 24, 1852. Harras, last saleo, £126, cash. Money on Freeholds 124 to 15 pe1* cent Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 688 to 68s 6d cash, buyers. JNO RICHARDSON/ " , D. MELVILLE i Brokers. RETURN showing the number of Packages of the under-mentioned -Goods entered for and in Bond on the 24th Joly, 1852 : Brandy, 29 bhds, 18 qr.-&lt;sasks, 118 cases. I Bum, 10 puncheons, 33 bhds.. 4 qr.-casks. ? Gin and Geneva, 9 hhds., 29 qr.-casks, 61 cases. I WbLkey, 21 puncheons, 40 hhds, 34 qr.-c*sks. Wine, 1 pipe, 1 butt, 17 hhds, 98 qr.-casks, 21 octaves and half-aum, 161 cases. Cider, 1 pipe, 1 hhd. I Beer, 70 hhds.. 20 barrels. I Tobacco, manufactured. 83 half-tierces, 135 kegs, j 7 2 oases, 40 roils, 4 tierces. Cigars, 35 cases, j Snuff, 5 packages. i ÍTea, 90 packages, 65 chests, 25 half-chests. Sugar, Muscavido, 1034 bags. Hops, 15 pockets. Refined Sugar, >0 hhds. B. TRAVERS SOLLY, Warehouse-keeper. I __