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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Clare, Sec- &nbsp; tion 55, Hutt River Survey-One strawberry heifer, blind of right eye, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold July 12th, at noon. W. D. KINGSMILL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga-One brown filly, white streak on the face, like a writing W near shoulder ; two bay fillies, much alike, with stars on the forehead, no brands visible, about seven months old. If not claimed, will &nbsp; be sold July 12. at noon. W. R. BELL, &nbsp; Poundkeeper. &nbsp; Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One big bay horse, black points, illegible brand off shoul- der : one white strawberry cow, no brand visible , one light brown and white steer, white &nbsp; back and belly, tail half off, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold July 12, at noon. &nbsp; G. BOWKER, Poundkeeper. &nbsp; Impounded at the publi...
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Before Mr Justice Crawford.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Before Mr. Justice Crawford] Thursday and Friday, June 17 and 18. &nbsp; ROBIN v. CAMPBELL. For the plaintiff, the Advocate-General and Mr Gwynne ; for the defendant, Mr Fisher. This case was tried at the March Sittings. It was an action for the sum of £ 1000, being the purchase &nbsp; &nbsp; money of 85 acres 2 roods 25 perches of land sold by Mr C. Campbell to Mr Charles Robin, on the ground that Mr Campbell had not produced a strictly &nbsp; marketable title on or before the 1st January, 1851. &nbsp; The plaintiff gained a verdict for the amount, but Mr. Fisher obtained a rule for a new trial. This case was fully reported in the Chronicle in March last, and there was no new evidence. The Jury could not agree, and were discharged. Each party will pay his own costs.
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
FRANCE. With reference to the election for this department, yon will perceive that the anticipations of the success of General Cavaignac have been realized, though by a small number over the absolute majority required by law, that majority being 14,149, and the General having obtained 14,471, while his competitor, M. Duperier, &nbsp; the Government candidate, polled 12,998. The absolute majority in the 4th circum- scription is 15,087 ; and M. Carnot having polled 14,744 only, will have to go to a second election. Sis competitor, M. Moreau, obtained 13,511. You. will per- ceive that M. Ver on, whose ponderous and eccentric hilarity, as displayed in the co- lumns of the Constitutionnel, bas so often amused the public, and afforded material for the Charivari of other^ days, baa car- ried everything before bim. Out of 26,004 voters in the arrondissements, the Bour- geois Gentilhomme, as be is familiarly ter- med, has obtained 21,479, while the grand- son of Lafayette, M. P. de L...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
LOCAL NEWS. ST. PETER'S COLEGIATE SCHOOL. — Not having been favoured with notice of, or invitation to the examination of this school, we take from the Register the following list of honors:— &nbsp; Examiners—The Very Rev. the Dean of Ade- laide, W. Wyatt, Esq, M.D., G. A. Duncan, Esq., M.D. &nbsp; CLASS LIST OF HONOURS. FIRST CLASS -Form 6-Geo. O'Halloran (Christ Church Exhibitioner, and Captain of the School), H. B. Montefiore. Form 5 -N. A. Knox, S. Randell. Form 4-None. Form 3-None. Form 2-R. Goldsack, W. Horn, G. Kent. Upper 1-W. Stamp, H. Pollitt. Lower 1-None. SECOND CLASS-Form 6-Thomas O'Halloran, &nbsp; W. B. Dutton. &nbsp; Form 5-E. C. Randell, Charles Mann, J. Mann, H. E. Andrews, C. Myles. Form 4-E. A. Horn. W. Knox. Form 3-H. Williams, H. Short. Form 2-J. Payne, J. Borrow. Upper 1-H. Boucaut. Lower 1-C.Penny, G. Brunskill. THIRD CLASS.-Form 6-Geo. Stevenson. Form 5-Arthur King, H. O'Halloran. &nbsp; Form 4-J. Emery. Form 3-B. Emery...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Asia, ship, 600 tons, Roskell, from Melbourne. &nbsp; Amicus, schooner, Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel- bourne. Anglia, ship, 587 tons, Gardiner, from Gravesend, 27th January. &nbsp; Ameer, barque, Vellacot, from Melbourne, 14th May, and Port Elliott 25th May. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. Duke of Cornwall, barque, 550 tons, Myhill, from Melbourne, Feb. 10th. Dreadnought, barque, 506 tons, Lowrie, from Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Emu, schooner, 30 tons, Miles, from Port Lincoln. Eugne, barque, Micanin, from Mauritius, May 11. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Juno, barque, 450 tons, Von Kyrwan Alkmade, from Swansea, 12th March. Jane and Emma, cutter, from Robe and Encounter Bays. Joseph Lee Archer, cutter, 40 tons, Buck, from Robe, 20th May. &nbsp; &nbsp; Kiwi, brig, Bruce, from Geelong. &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED &nbsp; &nbsp; June 17 - The barque Juno, 450 tons, Von &nbsp; Kyrwan Alkmade, from Swansea, 12th March, for Port Wakefield. No passengers. June 18 - The ship Queen of Sheba, 310 tons, J. Hingston, from Melbourne 7th June. Passengers - Messrs. Lanyon, V. Solomon. Aylwyn, Pollack, Tapley, Whiting, R. McGeorge, Cleve, and Goodwin, in the cabin ; Messrs Stephens, Sparke Mutch, Rowe, Stone, Hines (2), Jones, Higgins, Mundy (2), Wallace, Williamson, Ruth, Wilcox, Watkins, Fuller, Wood, Stephen, Hills, Waters, Hockins, Orchard (2), Trewenick, Patton, Rowe, Williams, Pepper, Adamson, Fleming, Rowe, Carne, Davis, Gurr, Dew, Bird, Aikman (2), Baldwinson &nbsp; Denby, Landower, Veren, Stevens (2), Winchley, &nbsp; Ross, Easther, Edwards, Burt, Rose, Mason, McKissock (2), Simms, Foord, Davey, Mather, Jones, Robins, Tonkin, Priest, Smith, Crowie, Lawrence, Allan, Keen, Pepper, Roberts (2), Gamlin, Yard, Lang, Williamson, Ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
TERMS: £1 16s per annum, payable in advance; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements :—For one inch and under 3s, and 1s for each additional inch, each insertion. Printed and published by Andrew Murray, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Rundle- &nbsp; &nbsp; street, Adelaide, South Australia. &nbsp;
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
ENGLISH NEWS. COLONIAL EXPENDITURE.—A return &nbsp; &nbsp; has been made to an order of the House of Commons, showing the expenditure in- curred by Great Britain, in the years 1847-8 and 1848-9, on account of our colonial dependencies. It was issued on the motion of Lord Seymour and Sir Wil- liam Molesworth, and it embraces the military, naval, and civil expenditure of each colony. We have not room to give these details, but the following table will be found to give the aggregates for the two years:— 1848-9. d. £ s. d. 10 217,841 16 3 7 188.946IO I 478 797 18 1 114,598 II 1 130/287 4 7 7,056 4 10 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
VICTORIA. We have letters and papers from Melbourne and Geelong to the 11th instant. &nbsp; The Herald of June 7, states that £110 per ton had been refused for the carriage of stores to Bendigo, and that between 250 and 300 drays were stuck on the road within 15 miles of Melbourne. We are informed by parties just returned that there is not a quarter of a mile of made road between Melbourne and the Mines, and that the bridges are all swept away. The floods had been dreadfully destructive both at Melbourne and Geelong. A private letter informs us that vast quantities of gold were being found at Bendigo, but flour there was £25 per bag, and every other necessary equally dear. At Melbourne the price of gold on June 9 was £3 3s per oz. Martell's Brandy &nbsp; &nbsp; was fetching a good price, but flour was flat at £21 per ton. &nbsp; Fuel in Melbourne was £4 10s to £5 for a bullock dray load. The last Escort (June 8) brought 50,238 ozs. of gold dust, but t...
WOOL SALES. Ex Royal Shepherdess. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
WOOL SALES. Ex Royal Shepherdess. By Messrs. C. and J. D. Jacomb, 19th February, &nbsp; 1852. JD with Y under—7 bales, handwashed, at 1s &nbsp; 4hd.* WCS—8 bales grease, 7hd ; 8 ditto, ditto, 7d ; 1 ditto, ditto, locks, 8d. JC—4 ditto handwashed, 1s 4hd ; 3 ditto pieces, 11hd ; 2 ditto fribs, 10hd ; 1 do, damaged pickings, 1s 3d. &nbsp; &nbsp; A.—15 do., 1s 3hd ; 1 do., 1s 3d. M.—5 do., 1s 3hd ; 2 do., 1s 3d. &nbsp; X.—14 do. grease, 8d. W.T. & Co. in a triangle—5 do., 1s 1d ; 1 ditto lambs, 1 1hd. RV.—2 do. skin, 10d ; 1 do. mixed, 8hd. &nbsp; F.H with B.S. under—2 do., 8hd. L.P.—5 do. grease, 8d. W in triangle—5 do, 1s 4hd ; 2 do. lambs, 1s 5hd ; 1 do. grease, 8hd ; 1 do. grease, lambs, 9d; 1 do. mixed, 1s 1d. C with Y under—7 ditto, 1s 5d ; 2 ditto, 1s 4hd. J.D. with Y under—3 do. handwashed, 1s 3hd. IC—2 do. skin, 11hd ; 1 do. skin, damaged, 9hd ; &nbsp; 2 do grease, 3d. &nbsp; C—2 do. grease, 8d. * A signif...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 16. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Wheat, 5s 9d Flour, £18 per ton Barley, English, 4s 9d to 5s per bushel. " Cape, 3s 9d to 4s Oats, 5s to 5s 6d Bran, 1s 6d. Pollard, 1s 6d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS J. BARRY. New Corn Exchange, King William-street. Bacon, 1s 2 per lb Beef, 3½d to 4d per lb Bread, 4d per 2lb loaf Butter, 1s 8d to 1s 10d per lb Cheese, Colonial, 10d to 1s per lb English, 1s 4d per lb Dutch, 3s each Ducks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 4s 6d do Eggs, 1s 6d to 1s 9d per doz. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each Hams, Colonial, 1s 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb &nbsp; Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, 1s to 1s 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 VEGETABLES. &nbsp; Beans, French, 6d to 8d per lb Broad, none Cabbages, 1d to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, 2s to 3s per lb Gar...
ORIGINAL POETRY. BREAKER'S A-HEAD [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
ORIGINAL POETRY. BREAKER'S A-HEAD! &nbsp; "BREAKER'S A-HEAD!" cries Chapman hot and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; hoarse— The Grey Ward vessel speeds a desperate coarse ; There's shallow water there, and dangerous rocks, Vox populi was surely child of Nox. If Voters thus abuse a common trust," Given for the public good;—if thus the lust &nbsp; Of showing power, cause Ignorance to spread Its canvas wide—awake!—Breakers a-head! &nbsp; Steer wisely oh! ye Statesmen! with a sage, &nbsp; &nbsp; And salutary caution :—if the age &nbsp; &nbsp; To Universal Suffrage once be led, Look out ! that's danger's cry—Breakers a-head! &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NO WRECKER. June 17, 1852.
SYDNEY MARKETS—MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
SYDNEY MARKETS—MAY 28. THE MILLS.—Messrs Barker and Co.: Owing to the inclemency of the weather and the state of the roads, the supply of wheat continues to be very limited. Prices vary, according to the quality of sample, from 5s 10d to 6s 6d per bushel. Flour &nbsp; &nbsp; remains at £18 for fine, and £16 for second, per ton of 2000 lbs. Bran, 1s 2d to 1s 4d, per bushel. Bread—5d the 2 Ib loaf. Biscuit, at Wilkie's bakery, is quoted at 28s for cabin, 25s for pilot, and 23s for ship, per cwt. The same prices are quoted at Barker's mills. BUTCHERS' MEAT.—The wholesale butchers supply beef at from ¾d to 1d, and mutton at from &nbsp; 1d to 1¼d per lb. The retail prices are as under. Beef and mutton 2d to 2½d, veal 3d to 4d, pork 4d to 5d per lb., and lamb 2s 6d to 3s per quarter.
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. NEW INSOLVENT. &nbsp; James Bassingthwaite, publican. Chain of Ponds. IMPRISONED DEBTORS—To be heard. W. Martín, 2nd July, at Eleven. John Calder, 2nd July, at 2. &nbsp; &nbsp; To SURRENDER. Samuel Leather, 24th June, at 12. J. F. Boyd, 1st July, at 12. &nbsp; Thomas Jones and James Bowley, 15th July, at 2 &nbsp; Two. &nbsp; Geo. James, 8th July, at Eleven. ADJOURNED FINAL HEARINGS. J. B. Montefiore and E. M. Levi, 21st June, at &nbsp; Eleven. H. and A. Snelling, 25th June, at 11. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED—Unless Cause &nbsp; &nbsp; be shown to the contrary. J. S. Clark, 2nd July, on or before Eleven. Robert Carr, July 9th. AUDITS. F. A. Harris, 29th June, at Eleven. William Hodge, 29th June, at Twelve. J. S. Crabbe, 29th June, at One. Carl Leopold, 29th June, at Two. Smith and Bishop, 5th July, at 11. Charles Foulkes, 5th July, at 1. Hugh Jenkins, 5th July, at 12. H. F. Spehr, 5th July, a...
Saturday, June 19. BEST v. HARGENEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
Saturday, June 19. BEST V. HARGRAVES. For the plaintiff, tha Advocate-General ; for the defendant, Mr Fisher. The plaintiff, aa heir at law of the late Anthony Best, sought to recover £50, as the value of a pair of mill stones sold by Mrs Best to the defendant from the Old City Mill. The plaintiff failed to prove the defendant's con- nection with the purchase, and was therefore non- suited. MORASSEY V. KELLY. For the plaintiff, the Advocate-General ; for the defendant, Mr Fisher. This was an action brought by the plaintiff against the defendant to recover £40, money paid by the plaintiff to the defendant for the purchase of two allotments in the township of Victoria, near Gawler Town. The defendant never got a title, and consequently could not give one to the plaintiff, for whom the Jury found a verdict, damages £40. DEWHURST V. PAXTON AND OTHERS. For the plaintiff, the Advocate-General ; for the defendants, the Crown Solicitor. This was an action by Thos. Dewhurst, the surviving pa...
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. The supply in this market continues very dull, as also the demand, occasioned by the rain. Wages may be still rated as quoted below : — Married couples without a family, £53 to £60 per annum and rations. Ditto, with family, £50 to £55. Shepherds, with rations, £32 to £35. Hut keepers, ditto, £30. General useful servants, ditto, £37 £42. &nbsp; Bullock drivers, with rations, £50 per annum, or £1 to £l 10s per week. Bullock drivers for the roads £3 per week. Gardetiers, £42 to £52 per annum. Cooks, £40 to £50 ditto, or £1 to £l 10s per week. Bush Carpenters, with rations, £40 to £50 per annum. Stock keepers, £40 to £50 per annum. Grooms, £50 to £60 per annum. &nbsp; Carpenters, £60 per annum, or 10s to 12s per day. Blacksmiths, £50 to £60 ditto. General farm servants, £1 to £1 5s per week. Ploughmen, £4o to £50 per annum, or £1 5s per week. Compositors, 1s 6d per thousand. Pressmen, £4 per week. FEMALE SERVANTS. Thorough servants, £20 to £27 pe...