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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 August 1852
VICTORIA. &nbsp; We have our files from Melbourne to the 17th ultimo. &nbsp; Both the general and land revenues had shown a most extraordinary increase-that of the general revenue for the quarter being £62,462 ; and that of the land revenue being £98,705. The following are the respective amounts : - 2nd Quarter. 1851. 1852 General Revenue £5,994 11 3 98,456 11 11 Land Revenue.. 87,174 0 2 186,579 16 3 The gold revenue for the quarter was as follows :- Licenses . £73,974 8 3 Escort Fees . 7,481 13 9 £81,456 2 O &nbsp; The Legislative Council had appointed a Committee to enquire into the expediency of establishing an Assay Office, and making the bullion a legal tender. The scheme of a Mint had been abandoned. &nbsp; Flour had fallen at the Diggings. The price at the last dale was from £8 to £14 per bag, both at Forest Creek and at Bendigo. The cause of this was the competition of a multitude of hawkers, who, induced by the high prices had rushed to the ...
VESSELS TN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
VESSELS TN HARBOUR. Anna Dixon, brig, 189 tons. Kirby, from Melbourne 18th Joly. Apollo, cntter, 44 tons, Wise, from Hobart Town, J «ne 25. Anne, brig, 200 tons, Hamblin, from Melbourne, July 9. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Bandicoot, schooner, 70 tons. Frazer, from Port Port Fairy, Port Lincoln, and Tanby Bay. Chatham, barqne, 4G7 tons. Copeland, from Dept- ford and Plymouth, March 18. Circadian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Swa sea. City of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia Marcb 13 th. Candakar, ship, 900 tons, John GOSH, from Mel- bourne, July 10. Dapltne, schooner, 55 tons, Smith, from Circular Head July 17 Dreadnought, barque, SOO tons. Lowrie, from Lon I don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Edward, 6hip, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th M«rch. Ferdinand, brig, 15$ tons. Groot, from Wham poa. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Pott, from Lon- don, 10th February. J. Lavett, schooner. Bees, from Melbourne, July 8. Lapwing, cutter, 63 tons, Isbister, from Melbourn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
BRIGHTON ACADEMY. MR GRUNDY T>ESPECTFULLT informs his Friends and JLt, the Public that the terms of this Estab- lishment will be according to the following arrangement, from the 1st July next : PUPILS. PER QOABTER, Entered at- Payable in Advance. 5 years of age. 4 0 0 From 5 to 8 . 5 0 0 " 8 to ll. 6 0 0 " II to 14. 7 0 0 Washing. Mending, and ali other charges . 1 0 &lt;* The above Terms include Board and Lodg- ing, with Tuition, comprising Spelling, Read- ing, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Composition, Latin, Geography, Drawing, and History, with use of Library, Maps, etc. Pupils may be entered at any period of the quarter without Entrance Fee A Quarter's Notice of Removal, or a Quarter's Pay^ An abatement made where more th&u one Pupil is sent from a Family. Brighton A eade June 24,1852. LAW AND AGENCY/ NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practice Law io the United States Supreme Court sitting in Wash- ington ; to prösecute^Ciannsand settle Aoc...
SHIP MAILS. TLuisday, 5th Angust. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
SHIP MAILS. TLuisday, 5th Angust. For Great Britain per Standard, to Bombay mid Overland, Monday, 9th August ; per Martin Lutfur, to Liverpo I. For East Indies aud Chica per the above vessel to India. For Western Australia per Louisa and Merope, on Satorday, 7th instant, at ll For Victoria, per J'uiich and Mazeppa, this day, at Il ; and per Dreadnought, on Saturday, 7ih inst. RETURN showing the nom ber of Packages of the under-mentioned Goods entered for and in Bond on the 31 st July, 1852 -. Brandy, 42 hhds., 26 qr.-casks, 158 cases. Rum, 8 puncheons. 46 bhds.. 3 qr..casks. Gin and Geueva, "26 hhds., i' qr.-casks, 46 cases. Whiskey, 21 puncheons, 39 íihdo-, 31 qr.-casks. Arrack, 13 hhds.. 16 qr.-casks. Wine, I pipe, 1 butt, 17 hhds , 126 qr.-casks, 2l octaves and half-aum, 161 cases. Beer, 70 hhds.. 20 barrels. Cider, 1 pipe, 1 bhd. Tobacco, manufactured 8 tierces, 95 half-tierces, 173 kegs, 70 cases, 40 rolls. Cigars, 35 cases. Snuff, 5 packages. Tea, 40 packages, 65 eheste, 25 ka...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
NEW SOUTH WALES. GoDLBüßK, ¿UNE 24.-GKEAT FLOOB. From the 20th instant to the present time, there has been an almost constant rain ; but yesterday evening it poured incessantly. Great fears were entertained that we were going to have a flood ; two or three months ago there was a warning given by the conductors of this paper, to those residing in situations exposed to flood to be aware, and to remove as the winter «ras expected to-be of such a nature as j to put them in peril ; the prediction has proved to be correct in this district, for ail the inconvenience and danger arising from floods have been felt by those located in low situations. Early this morning many of the townspeople were roused by the roaring of the river, and circumstances required them to consider what means could be devised to rescue two families living on low lying ground be- longing to Captain Hovell, opposite the Scots' Kirk the water having risen in course of the night to such an alarming height, caused them t...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN* AND FLOUR HABE ET. Wheat, 7s 3d Flour, £¿0 los to £21 per ton Barlev, English, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel. « Cape. 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats, 5s Cd to 6s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 I0s per ton CHAS J. BAaar. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. July 28, 1S52.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
ÍMPOUNDINGS Impounded at the public pound, Clare, Sec- tion 55, Hutt River Survey-One yellow working bullock, white back, hoop horns, T J32Ó near ribs, CCU near hip ; one black working bullock, white belly, TL near ribs, TI near hip, TL near shoulder ; one yellow one yellow yearling steer, no brand visible ; one red yearling steer, white back, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold August 23rd, at noon. W. D. KINGSMILL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham. - One red heifer, like near ribs ; one red cow, like *-\ JN off thigh ; one light brown heifer, illegible brand top of near ribs ; one white strawberry heifer, brown ears and muzzle, illegible brand top of near ribs ; one brown and white cow, dark brown head, white belly, like Lil near rump : one red short tailed steer, while face and belly, no risible brand ; one yellow and white poley cow, white back, belly and tail, illegible brand oft7 rump ; one dark brindle and white poley c...
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. TO SURKEWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
INSOLVENCY NOTICES. TO SüRKEWßES. James Basgimrthwaite, 12th of August, at ll. &lt;3EBTJVICATBS TO BE CONFIRMED - Uuless Cause be shown to the contrary. William Hodge, 20th August. James File, 20th August. Thomas Smith, 20th August. AUDITS. H. Figg, 9th August, at half-past 2. T. Hope, 9 th August, at 1. T. Smith, 9th August, at 12. Jas. Lennon, 9th August, at 2 J. Eldridge, I6th August, at 12, H. Catchlove, 16th August, at ll. W. Williams, 16th August, at 1. DIVIDEND MEETIHOS.-Creditors to attend and Prove. Smith and Bishop, 9th August, at ll. ADJOUBXKD FINAL HEARINGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. W. Blyth, 19th August, at 11. George James, L3th August, at 1. Samuel Leather, 23rd September, at 12. IMPRISONED DEBTORS. David Davies, 6th August, at 10. John Calder, 2nd September, at 11.
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, August 4, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
ROSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, A&lt;i&lt;rnst 4, 18") 2. Barras -Sales day at £128 cash, and continue sellers. Gold, 13 8s 9d to £3 9s Od cash to tbe diggers. Small stock en hand. Sovereigns, 9d to ls each premium. Melbourne Notes 6d to 9d ditto. Drafts on Melbourne 5 percent, preraiam. Money, 12£ per cent, on sections of land. Ditto, 15 per cent, on other Freeholds. Ditto, 15 per cent, on Burra Shares. Ditto, 20 to 25 per cent, on Assay Cert.ficates at £3 per ounce. Apply to J. F. ROSS, Broker.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
GAZETTE. Thursday, July 29. BOBDEH ToWK NEAB SCOTT'S WOOLSHED, On the Orarían J route from Adelaide to Mount Alex, ander and 12 mites West of the Eastern boundary of the Province.- His Excellency tba Lieutenant Governor notifies and proclaims that on Saturday, the 28th dav of August. 120 allotments of one rood euch will be offered for sale at the Court Howe, Adelaide, at the upset priée of £2 I Os each rood in the above new township. Also, tba follow- ing suburban and country sertious : Suburban Sections. County Adelaide. South of Gawler Town, suburban to (j a wier Town, Hundred of Munno Para. Plana -127 and 123. Lot. Sec Acres. Price. £ 6848 3191 80 AO 6849 3192 80 80 6S50 3194 80 80 685» 3195 80 80 6S52 3I9C 80 8-) 6853 3197 80 80 6854 3199 80 80 6855 3201 80 80 6856 3202 80 SO 68 -7 3203 80 80 6858 3204 80 80 6859 3205 60 80 Country Sections. Cuunty Adelaide, near Mount Torrens Trigonome- trical Station, Hundred of Talunga, Plan 102. 6860 6497 80 80 County Hindmarsh, South of Ker...
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE MERRY MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE MERRY MINISTRY. j Sir John Tyrell's compliment to Minis- ters, after Walpole's Militia pali'iode last night, had a curious felicity, which failed not to meet immediate and amused appre- ciation. "They" [Ministers.] said their staunch North Essex ' Bully Baclt^ '* had shown that they had the power, the capa ' city, and ability to BEING FORWARD MEA I SUEES OF A WELL CONSIDERED CHARACTER j (ironical cheers and laughter from the Op- position.)" We observe aftemnts to represent the grave and gentle Home Secretary, in this matter, as the silly dupe of a mere mys Itification, and " after-dinner joke of Lord Derby." Do those who wish to cover the retreat of a soi-dismt Conservative Cabinet from a proposition plagiarised from Orator Hunt-who (as Mr B. Osborne last night informed the House), " in 1831 laid on the table of that house thc precise motion which the right hon. gentleman the Home Secretary had just withdrawn "- (the clause constituting two years' service in ...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
LOCAL NEWS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of poid deposited on Tuesday, was 5,530 ozs. 12 &lt;lwt. 3 srs-t which, valued at£3 11s per oz, amounts to. £19,637 4 0 and, adding the total of pre- vious deposits, viz. £834,651 15 9 gives a present total of . £854,288 1 9 9 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following \ are the deliveries since our last: South Australian Bankin" Companv.-Nos. 2316, 2319, 2340, 2344, 2345, 2346, 2347, 2348, 2349, 2186, 2387, 2390, 2391, 2287, 2388, 2396, 2398, 2399, 5400, 2403, 2404, 2406, 2409, 2195, 22S-Î, 2286, 2378, 2414, 2417, 2418, 2422, 2423. 2424, 2125, 2426. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 2317,2341, 2342, 2143. 2318, 2385, 2392, 2393, 2394, 2395, 2397, 2401, 2402. 2405, 2407, 2408, 2189, 2410, 2411, 2412, 2413, 2415, 2419, 2420, 2421, 242?. Bank of Ausralasia-No«. 2310, 2311. 2312, 2313, 2314, 2315, 2354, 2355, 2389, 2128. INVESTMENT OF ouït NEWLY ACQUIRED WEALTH.-.Mr Hare states in his " History of the Bullion Aci " that three of our succe...
MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, July 28. CiVIL SIDE. [Before George Worthington, Esq.. Special Magistrate; Major O'Halloran, and John Hallett Esq. J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, July 28.-ClvlL SIDE [Before George Worthington, Esq.. Special Magis- j trate; Major O'Ha lloran, and John Hallett j Esq. J. P.] YOUNG V. WHITS -£29 10s for 23 rods of fencing at 2s 6d per rod. Mr Ingleby appeared' fur tbe plaintiff, and Mr Walker for the defendant. Mr Ingieby having failed to prove that the work was done on the defendant's land or by his order, a verdict was givea for the defendant. Tile evi deoce was very contradictory. HADDEICK. V. UISHCB.-£17 17s 6d, for damage done by tbe careless barning of stubble. Mr Walker for the defendant. This case came befjre the Court list Court day. bit the plaintiff wa* non-saited for want of evi- dence: he, howaver, bronchi forward other witnesses who proved that" the stubble was set on fire by the defendant's orders, and obtained a verdict for ¿'tl 9s 6d abd costs Crju&AN v. MAMISTV. - i.1 Ss for boots, &c. Settled by consent. COLLINS V. AJSKEU,.-£2 10s 6d for washing clothes. Pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE SOLE LESSEE-MR TROY KNIGHT. Grand Concert and other Amusements, for the j BkNEFITof the Troopers comprising the' ESCORT, given by j TROY KNIGHT & MR. GOUGE, j ON FRIDA Y, AUGUST 6. j MESSRS TROY KNIGHT and GOUGE ! beg most respectfully to inform the Ladies ai;d Gentlemen of Adelaide, that they intend giving a Grand Entertainment on the above Evening, in aid of the Troopers' Testi- monial, for which occasion the whole of the available talent of the colony has been en- gaged« Messrs T. K. and G. take this op- portunity of thanking the public on behalf of the Troopers for the kind patronage already received, and trust that a crowded audience will honor the Theatre with their presence on Friday Evening. MR McCULLAGII has kindly given his Services for this occasion only. The performances will commence with the much admired Drama, in two acts, entitled TEE CARBINEER; Or, The Conquest of Sedan. PIERRE.TROY KNIGHT. To be followed by a GRAND CONCERT. 1. " Der...
SHARE LIST. Kiog William-street, Angust 4, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
SHARE LIST. Kiog William-street, Angusi 4, lSài. Hurras, last sales, £ 128, cash. Money on Freeholds 12£ to lö per cent. Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 68s 6d to 69s cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON/ " , D. MELVILLE Ç Brokers.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE Second Annual General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held on Monday last, to receive from the Committee a Report of the proceedings for the expiring' year, and to elect officers and fill up vacan- cies for the ensuing one. The position occupied by the Chamber of Commerce renders the report of its Committee a docu- ment of great importance to che comuunity, certainly not inferior in interest to his Ex- cellency's addresses to the Legislative Council ; indeed it may be doubted whether any exposition of a policical character i merely is equal to it in practical value and intense attractiveness. We regret much, j therefore, that the Committee have notena j bled us to publish their leport, or at least a ! compendium of it, in our present issue. In ' our next we hope to give oar readers a con- densed view^of its statements, accompanied with such comment as it may demand. From the financial statement laid before ' the Chamber on Monday we find its present ;...
The Morning Chranicle. Adelaide; Thursday, August 5, 1852. EUROPEAN GOLD COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852
?i)t JMarnmg (Êjjrmriclt Adelaide ; Tliursday, Augast 5, 1852. EDßOPEAN GOLD COMPANIES. THE commercial enterprise of the whole | world will, ere long, be directed towards j Australia. To suit and supply its markets Í will be the study of the merchant princes of Europe j to traffic iu its produce their best branch of business ; to share in reap- ing its golden harvests their legitimate and strenuous aim. Yankee acumen will not neglect a richer California, nor aliow itself to be outrun in tbe race for wealth. And even the children of the Celestial Empire itself cannot resist the allurements of gold, and are "already presenting their MoDgolion visages arnon g the holes and tents of Mount Alexander. It is a source of pleasure to all lovers of this land, that so much attention will inevitably te directed towards it, and it will be thc fault of the colonists them- selves if tbey do not secure the lion's share of the profit which must result from this unprecedented activity. Whoever may wi...