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ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 31, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, July 31, 1852, Barras - Sale of 20 shares at £128 cash, taken j on Melbourne account. Closing price £128 cash. Gold, £3 8s 9d to £3 9s Od cash. Several pur- chases at £3 9s 3d. payable by cheques on the Uniqn Bank, which Bank is at present tender- ing ingots, having issued ail their stock of notes. The Gold Trade is at present seri- ously affected by the scarcity of Bank notes ; the advanced rate at which the Banks pur- chase drafts on England ; the future delay in the delivery of gold from the Assay Office, (see advertisement); the high rate ef ex- change between this and Melbourne, and by the expected advance in price of gold at Mel- bourne from the arrival of English capi- talists. It is much to be hoped that the new coinage will afford additional facilities, and remove most of the obstacles that at present operate ^advantageously against the Dig- gers. Sovereigns, parchase'! at 9d premium. Melbourne Notes 6d ditto. Drafts on Melbourne 3£...

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MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. ; The barque Surge, was towed down the stream on Saturday afternoon for Sydney, and the schooner Laurel for Melbourne. j

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 29. BORDEE TOWK WEAH SCOTT'S WOOLSHE», oa the Overland route from Adelaide to Mount Ales ander and li miles West of the Eastern boundary of the Province. -His Esceliency the Lieutenant Governor notifies and proclaims that on Saturday, the 28th day of August, 120 allotments of one rood each will be offered for sale at the Court House, Adelaide, at the upset price of £2 10s each rood in the «too ve new township. Also, the follow ing suburban and cuuutry sections : Suburban Sections. County Adelaide, South of Gawler Town, suburban to Gawler Town, Hundred of Munno Para. Plans 127 and 128. Lot. 6848 6849 6850 6851 6S52 6853 6854 6855 6856 6S57 6858 6859 Sec. Acres. Price. £ 3191 80 80 3192 80 80 3194 SO 80 3195 80 80 319C 80 8J 3197 80 80 3199 80 80 3201 80 Mi 3202 89 80 3203 SO 80 3204 80 80 3205 80 SO Country Sections. County Adelaide, near Mount Torrens Trigonome- trical Station, Hundred of Talunga, Flan 102. 6860 6497 $> 80 County Hindmarsh, Sout...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tliursday, July 29. Present-All tba Members except Capt. Beevor. Tbe amount for works in band (£73 19s lOd) was ordered to be paid. The Mayor reported the satisfactory recpp tion by the Governor of the deputation who waited on him to thank him for the advance of £1000. Committee of Sewers, Streets, and Bridges. -Tbe report of this Committee was read. They recommendel gravelled footpaths in various streets at an estimated expense of £413, for which tenders were ordered to he advertised, (see advertisement), and a notice (see advertisement) was ordered tobe inserted in the newspapers, warning horsemen and others riding or driving on the footpaths that they would be prosecuted. Before the report was adopted a considerable discussion took place in regard to the omission of a recommendation to repair the footpaths in Hindley and Bundle-streets. Alderman Solomon and Councillor Platts called attention to the fact that these streets were assessed at a much higher rate tha...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

LOCAL NEWS. TriE POLICE FORCE.-We have made some enquiries lately in reference to the position of the police ir. these extraordinary times. Tnere is only at present about half the number em- ployed compared with last year. About 50 mea have resigned since January. Thc pay has not been in the slightest degree increased notwithstanding the large increase in the prices of all necessaries. Privates only receive | 25s a week (without rations or any other 1 allowances), which is 11s per week les? than the wages of a common labourer. As many of the men are married with large families, they cannot exist without incurring debt. We are therefore not surprised to hear that they are about to leave- almost in a body. Should this happen, it will take years to bring up the efficiency of the force even to its pre- sent standard, and the Executive will incur a iearful responsibility. The Melbourne police leceive 45s per week, a double blanket and. rug, and ratiuns; also, soap, tobacco, and other com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

! ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE ! SOLE LESSEE-MK TROY KNIGHT. THIS EVENING (MoucUv). and Tuesday August 2ud and 3rd, 1852. the perform- ances will commence with the celebrated Drama in two acts, entitled j SCHINDERHANNES, THE ROBB ER \ OF THE RHINE. \ SIR GUTMAN G OFFIN, a Yorkshire youth in i quest of romantic adventures and real I robbers.TROY NIGHT. I _ liuffo Song *' London Theatres," first time in this colony.. ,_Mr Carr. Hornpipe.Mr Newson. Song.Miss LaRoche. " Paddington Coachman " .. Mr Newson. To conclude with the new laughable Farce of the LAUGHING HYENA, SIMON- HORNBLOWER_TEOY NIGIIT. Doors open at 7, commence at half-past. Doses 4s. Pit 2s. Gallery ls. Half-price at quarter-past 9. Leader of the Orchestra.Mr F. Coppin. Stage Manager.Mr Elmer. NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Tlio Accounts for the last Quarters Subscrip- tion have 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 {inposs...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, July 31, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-street, July 31, 1852. Burras, last sales, £ 128, cash. A sale of twenty at the above price took place on the 29th inst. Money on Freeholds 12£ to 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 68s i6d to 69s cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON ? B , D. MELVILLE f Brokers. RETCBN showins: the number of Packages of the uuder-tuen thined Goods enured for and iii Bond ou the 3lst July, 1852 : Brandy, 4'£ hhds , 26 qr.-easks, 15S eases. Bum, 8 puncheons. 46 Hhds., 3 qr.-casks. Giu and Geneva, -6 hhds., 2'qr.-casks, 46cases. Whiskey, 2S puncheons, 39 hhds, 31 qr.-casks. Arrack, 1H hhils., 16 qr.-casks. Wine, 1 pipe, 1 butt ¡7 hhds, 126 qr.-caski, 21 octaves and balf-aniu, 161 cases. Bear, 70 hhds.. 20 barrels. Cider, L pipe, 1 hhJ. Tobacco, mannfju:sured. 8 tierces, 95 halT-tierces, 173 kegs, 70 cases, 40 rolls. Cigars, 35 cases. Snuffy 5 packages. Tea, 40 packages, 65 chests, 25 half-chests. Sujjir. Mnscavido, 9 )U bags. Hops, 15 pockets. ...

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HISTORY OF THE GOLD ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

HISTORY OF THE GOLD ACT. MR. G. S. HASE bas in the Register of Sa- turday, taken exception to what he calls a history of the Gold Act, which appeared on Monday last in the Morning Chronicle, ap- parently because we did not mention his name and those of many other gentlemen who rendered most valuable services to the cause. We regret that we omitted Mr Mr Hare's name, but in truth we did not profess to give a detailed history of the Act, as that would have been entirely out of place ia connection with the particular ob- ject we had in view. We have yet to learn, j however, that we have mb-stated any ono fact. On the contrary although Mr Hare's statement appears at first sight contradic- tory, it is eatirely corroborative of our brief I narrative. Mr Hare alleges that early ia D ecember he waited on the Governor to propose that he should give the highest price for gold by law, and he farther states that ia his ! place in Council, on the 27th or 28 th of j December, " he adverted to the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGEXCK. AEKIVKD. July 29-The brig Anni Dixon, 189 tons, R. Kirby, from Melbonrne, 18th July. Passengers Messrs Cato and Hall, in the cabin ; Messrs Smith, Tonkin (2), Crosby, Creek. Biles, Connolly, McMiinn. bassett, Pusher, Hope, McKenzie. Hill, Dngard, Jolly, Hawke, Deprose, Hender, Collins, Hall, and Murphy, io the steerage. Sarre day-The bris Punch, Tallen, from Mel- bourne, July 18. Passengers - Rev. Mr Miller, Messrs Thomas. Michael, Foyd, Daw (3), Raven, Gunner (2), and Aislet, in the cabin ; Messrs Henderson, Haines, Hunt, Keele, Head, Collins, Wood (2), Dill, Wood, Hancock, Lawrence and sou. Hunt, Heat. Nicholls, Kidd, Rain, Wallace, Bread, Johnston, Knox, Smith, Thompson, Spencer, McLean, Moore, Brown, Aitby, Hunt, Spray, Hali, Weare, Roberts, Thomas, James, and Kennedy, in the steerage. Same day-The schooner Louisa, Wellscott, from Swan River, 9th-July. Passengers-Mr A. Wills, Messrs Robert and Walter DeBurgh, MisDeH.urgh, and Misses Clara and Jane DeBurgh,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

RE-OPENID. H. A. CRAWEORD, FAMILY GROCER <§- dRNBEALER, HAS MOVED from Runde-strpet, to Pre- mises near the Club House Hotel, HIN DLEY-STREET, formely Mr Mann's, and then known as the " City grocery Mart." H. A. C. takes leave *o tenter his friends his grateful acknowledgements'or their steady and increasing patronage ; adj he hopes, by assiduous attention to the wanto of the public, to merit their further support. \ _ ! ---- i Observe-Opposite Blyth brothers. i TWO SHARES in the EAND AND BUILDING SOCIETY. Upply to Mr Dorgerloh, Adelaide Hotel, Hindey-street. FOR SALE. BRIGHTON ACADEMY. MR GRUNDY "RESPECTFULLY informs IIU Friends and fi»-? Ptihli«; that the fermi of this Estab lishment will he according lo the following arrangement, from the 1st July next : PUPILS. PKK QOA.ETEÜ, Entered at- payable ia Advance. 5 years of age. 4 0 0 From 5 to 8 . 5 0 Ö " Stol!. 6 0 O " 11 to 14. 7 0 0 Washing, Mending, and all other charges . 1 0 0 The above Terms include Board and Lodg- i...

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[?] OR [?] GOLD. [?] of Rugen. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

^^^^^?pOK, OR ^^^^Hp<ï/* Rit gen. ?»Jue, who lived a little glass iere tho little put it in his , keeping bis LS if he had a te had found a ground people At midnight 1 cried with all Bodenkirchen, e. Who will For he knew lost -the shoe id it again, and e people have xrd and stony. I^^^^Króiice was speedily attended/ ^0 ^^^H| fellow who had lost the shoe; ^^^V^ in setting about redee^ng it. ^^Hft day that he was allowed to go out ^^Büay light, he appeared af.¿ res pee ta ^Htetch&nt, and knocked fa J0ha Wild's ^Kmd asked if Joba h^d not got a glass ^He to sell? ' for,' saya/Qe «they are an Spiele now in great defcarid, and are sought Kr in every marketer John replied that H waa true he/had/^ very little, nice, pretty little glass shoevCut it was so small that eren a DwarF^foct would be squecft -i in, "tut Cor all Jnat it was an extraordinary aboe, and£valuable shoe, and a dear shoe and it jftà not every merchant that could . ÏÏFe tt.jrchant asked to see it, and when...

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THE VAR IN BIRMA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

THE VAR IN BIRMA. We have indigence via Melbourne, tc l4tb April. I The followijg is a brief summary of the operations. B will be seen that Martaban aud Rangoon Ld both been captured : LieutenanaColouel Godwin arrived at I tbe Rangoon liver on the 2nd April, with the Bengal dvision. The General first sent a Sag ofcruce to Rangoon to receive any communication which would lead to an adjustment of the disputei The flag was ia charge of Captain Latter of tho Bengal ! army, and conveyed in the Honorable j Company's steamer Proserpine, Commander Brooking. On reaching the stockades that guarded the river on both its banks, the flag was fired on, and it was only by the excellent arrangement and brave conduct of Commander Brooking, that hts ship ex- tricated herself, inflicting on the enemy a severe chastisement by llowing up a powder magazine, and destroying many men. General Godwin having afterward., met Admiral Austen, the naval commander-in chief, and Commodore Lambert, who had just retu...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. j Intelligence to the middle of April has come to hand by way of the Capo and Mel- bourne. Public interest continues centred in two leading topics. The positioa and doings of the Derby Ministry, and the acts and doings of the Prince President of France. The former, however, is the more attractive, i and every periodical from the Thunderer I down to l unch, gives prominence to the doings, the sayings, and the movements of ! the leading men of the new cabinet. Parliament had adjourned fer the Easter 'holidays, and was DO meet again on tho j 19th of April. Several subjects had been under discussion, but wi1 h the exception of the Millitia B U, no measure of impor- tance bad been introduced by the new Go 1 vernment. There had been a long and interesting discussion on the Kaffir war, on taking the vote of ,£400,000 for its expenses. Everywhere the note of preparation is being souuded for the approaching gene- ral election. The Carlton Club is said to have Eubseribed ¿£lóO,U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

SALES BY AUCTION. BY OBDEIi OF THE MORTGAGEE. To be Sold bv Auction by SAMSON, WICKSTEAD & GO. At the Mart, ilindley and King- William streets on Tuesday, the 3rd August next, at noon - ryiHK UNEXPIRED TERM of 21 years JL from the 24th June. IS49, in all those LEAS IU;LD PREMISE;?, situate :n Rundle-btreet, lately ia the occupation of Mr J. H. Walkor, huililer. in the same lot will be sold TWO SHARKS in the Seasi'le and Kural Building Association, which are siibjeat to a. we^ly payment hy the holders of £1 ls. during the continuance of the Association, whicli will probably embrace a I etiod of 18 months. For further particulars, apply to FENN & WEARING. Solicitors, Esc:.ange Chambers. "23rd June, 1SÖ2. FOR MELBOURNE. clipper brig ANNE, thia favourite, fast-sailing re- gular passenger vessel will sail for the above port ou Tuesday next. For freight and passage, apply to Capt. Ham blin, on board ; or to ANTED, a Stout Active Youth. Apply at the Office of this Paper. WI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. rSSrOKHED AT THE "ADELAIDE MORNING CHEONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCUKACT ARD DESPATCH. FOR LIVERPOOL. To Sail in about 10 days. THE fine fast satliner ship MARUN LUTHER, 1241 tons register. Captain Kenny, is daily expected from Port Wakefield, «nd will sail as above. The cabin accommodations of thia beautiful -vessel are very superior. She irU alao take "Intermediate «nd Steerage Passengers. For freight of Gold and Light Goods, o Passage, apply to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUtf. & CO. Agents. FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine Al clipper ship DREADNO UGRT, 338 tons per register, James Lowrie, commander, bas taken the berth for Melbourne, and will be found a most desirable opportunity for goods and passengers. For terms of freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to A. h. ELDER & CO. 22 nd July. J. G-. MALIN, BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, PORT ADELAIDE, IN returning thanks to the Colonists gene- rally for the liberal support he...

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POLICE COURT [Before H. R. Wigley. Esq] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

POLIO ß COüKT [Before H. R. Wigley. Esq] I THTJESDJLÏ, JULY 29.-Mary Ann McGuire and Eliza Symes were fined £2 each for forions driving. William Pouncey was fined i l, and Margaret Dorey lt»s. for assaulting T. Allen, in Gurrie-sireet, and breaking tiro pane« of glass. Bertha Wieland a girl of 11 years, was com- mitted for trial to the Local Court for stealing, and her mother to the Snpspme Court for feloniously receiving, a camp oven and a broom, the property of Elizabeth Perry. She missed the articles, got a search warrant, and found them on the prisoners' premises. They were defended by Mr Atkinson. FEIDAT-John Mills, an imbecile old man, charged with wandering about and giving no proper account of himself, was dismissed, but the police were directed to look aftor him. SATURDAY - Wm. Miles and Maria Laing were fined 5s each for drunkenness. Thos. Burgess was fined 5s, on the information of Mr Beading, for riding on a footpath. JL. _

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. The following are the particulars of the lands 6old Rt auction on Friday, of which, as will be seen, several lots realized sums consi- derably in advance of the upset prices. We understand the July sales under private selec- tion have been unusually large : TOWN SECTIONS. County of Hindmarsh-Township of Port Elliot. Sec. Acres. Purchasers. Amount £ s. 4 ¿ Captain Biggs. 20 5 61 i John Carruthers. 40 0 62 i Alexander Hay .-.. 20 5 61 J G. L. Liptrott. 20 5 65 i J "lin Carruthers. 28 0 66 i Ditto. 39 0 SUBURBAN SECTIONS. County of Adelaide-Reedbeds, suburban to Port Adelaide, Hundred of Yatala, Plan 101. 920 53 L. Healey . 56 15 921 55 Ditto . 56 5 922 51 Captain Hart. 58 5 923 78 L. Healey . 78 5 924 119 1J Uto _. 133 0 925 32 Captain Hart. 32 5 County of Adelaide-Near Albert Town. suburban to Port Adelaide, Hundred of Fort Adelaide. Plan 101. 1154 13 Alexander . 26 0 1165 9 Charles Rake. 15 10 County of Adelaide-Eastern-road, subur- ban to Adelaide, Hundred of ...

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The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Monday, August 2, 1852. THE NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

?{re Jitarning tëjframrle. Adelaide : Monday, August 2, 1852.! TLTß NEW SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COINAGE. THEEE are few things which, Lave given us more sincere pleasure than the prompt and satisfactory answer by the Governor to the application of tte bankers and other colonidts for a coinage. It is now no longer doubted-First, that the policy of assayiDg^'and making bullion a legal tender, is admirably suited to the circumstances of all these colonies, and it is a triumphant vindication of that policy that the Governments and legislatures of the neighbouring gold colonies are prepar- ing to take similar steps-Second, that co- lonial authorities can execute all tbe opera j tions of a mint, and make their coin a legal tender, without infringing the law of Eng- land, or the prerogatives of the Crown. We bail with great satisfaction the very distinct and explicit terms in which the Governor's reply id couched. He tells us that he will, at as early a date aa practica- ble, provide the coinage r...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE."   SIR,-May auch a miserable sinner as I be permitted to say that I feel deeply grateful for the generous sympathy extended to me by the public press at a moment of the petty exercise of unscrupulous, and apparently, vindictive power. The plot is developing; all will be   as plain as the nose on your face by and bye. I have just seen your issue of Monday last. I think it is Junius who speaks of the "im-   placable resentment of a priest." Boards of Education did not exist in his day, or doubt- less they would have had the honour of being enshrined in imperishable prose. At present, however, I must eschew all comment on the tortuous and dastardly pro- ceedings in my case, until the Board of Educa- tion dare to enter the arena of public discus- sion. When I know the "extent" of the "very head and front of my offending," I will   redeem my pledge "either publicly or privately," ...

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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SURRENDER. James Bassingthwaite, l*2tU of August, at ll. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED- Unless Cause be shown to the contrary. William Hod^e. 20th August. James file, 2üth August. Thomas SmilD, "20th August. AUDITS. J. H. Walker, 2nd August, at 11. A. H. Gouge, iud August, at 12. Bob. Taylor, 2ud August, at 1. E. Brooks, 2nd August, at 2. H. F'gíí. 9tû August, at half-past 2. T. Hope, 9th August,at I. T. Smith, 9th August, at 12. Jas. Lennon, 9th August, at,2 J. Eldridge, 16th Angust at 12. H. Catchlove, 16th August, at ll. W. Williams, 16th August, at 1. DlviDtSD MEETISGS.-Creditors to attend and j Prove. Smith and Bishop, 9th August, at 11. ADJOURNED FIKAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 2Uth August, at 2. r W. Blyth," 19tu August, at 11. George James, 13th August, at 1. Samuel Leather, 23rd September, at 12. IMPRISONED DEBTORS. David Davies, 6th August at 10. John Calder, 2nd September, at ll.

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