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ADELAIDE PRICE CDEEENT IMPOSTS. Corrected up to 4th of August, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CDEEENT IMPOSTS. Corrected up to 4<A rf August,1858. SPIRITS (ÍB bond; £ sd «sd Brandy, United Via. per golton .-. O 12 0 0 12 0 Diu», do. do., per.case loo 1 12 O Ditto, ManelTs, per gal. 0 12 o OOO Ditto, dino per caw I lu O 1 12 Ü Do. other brands per gaL O IO O OOO Ditto, ditto, per case ..150 i 8 O ibun (Vf. Lj per gallon 0 4 6 OOO W hitit y, ditto. 12 0 OOO liin (ujd lom) ditto.. 0 8 O O 9 O (xenera. uer casa. OOO OOO WINES _ (flory pata; - Port, par pipe. 48 0 0 55 0 0 Ditto, per daren. J 5 o\ 2 0 0 Sherry, per pipe. 25 O 0S 40 0 O Ditto, per dozen. 14 0 1 12 O Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 2 0 0 3 g a Claret, ditto.... 15 0 i Ur**0 Manila, per pipe. ooo OOO Ditto, uer dosen ...... OOO OOO POETEIS Taylor's per hhd.... -\ Trueman's .....».. / Harelay Ferions' .. { 5 15 0 6 « o Wtoibtead'a.J Ditto, per dozen. 0 12 0 O 0 O Dubnn ditto. Ber hhd .. 4 15 o OOO AUS-tandou Dianas, per hud.. 7 0 OOO Bass'* Kartoo, No. 3 .. ti 0 O 8 8 0 bullied, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN A Li Li ITS BRANCHES, PKS.FOBMBD AT THK "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RTJNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCURACY AHT> DESPATCH. FOR LIVERPOOL. To Suil in about 10 days. THE fine fast sailing: ship MARtm LUTHER, 1*241 tons nester, Cap tai a Kenny, ic 5afly expected from . Fort Wakefield, and will sail as above. The cabin accommodation&^fjl^hîs beautiful vessel are very superior. Shé^Éill also take Intermediate and Steerage Passengers. *Sor freight of Gold «nd Light Goods, of Pasaag e. apply to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUNT. & CO. Agents. FOR MELBOURNE. THE fast-sailing Al clipper barque MAZEPPA, Henry Rolfe Marsh, com- mander, will sail for the above Port positively on Friday, 6th of August. Her accommodations are not surpassed by any vessel in the trade. For passage or freisht, apply to WM. PAXTON", Grenfell-street ; or to JOHN NEWMAN, Port. Adelaide, July 31, 1852. Passengers are requested to be on board by 12 o'clock. FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine Al clippe...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

EUROPEAN NEWS. TUE STATE OP FKANCE. - Tn strik- ing contrast with the struggles and the excitement of parties political, who amongst them endeavour to govern the mother country, the Prince President of France shows the world how easily this may all be managed by one man having the nerves necessary-how much trouble, time, and wordy warfare may be saved by ruling a country after his Napoleonic fashion-go- verning it by edicts. What in England re- quires many nights of anxious debates and numerous divisions, is accomplished in France by a etroke of Louie Napoleon's pen. Ile wills it, and it is decreed. His budget is not discussed-that would be far too troublesome and tedious-he simply de- crees it. He had not only reshaped the French Constitution by decree, but he has remodelled the army, the bench, and the Universities by decree. More recently he has by a simple decree converted five per cent rentes into four and a-half stock, by which means the state gains anually, at the expense of ...

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POLICE COURT. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] Monday, Angust 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

POLICE COURT. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq. ] Monday, Angust 2. Emma Rhodes was discharged, the Coloniaf Surgeon having reported that she was no lancer insane. She was advised to apply to Mr Tapley ol the Destitute Board for assistance in obtaining em- ployment, but declined on the plea that she could not work, and would rather go where she pleased. William Everard, charged with assaulting Wm. Bloomfield of North terrace, and breaking two panes of glass, was fined and 3s for damages. John Wilson was committed for trial at th¿ Local Courton a charge of stealing tw i pairs of trowsers the property of Samuel Raphael, of Hindley-street. Wilson had arrived in the colony on the previous Thursday, per Reliance from Mel- bourne, aud on Saturday evening, feeling probably the necessity of furnishing himself with respectable clothing for the Sunday, visited Mr Raphael's store, and deliberately walked away with the artich-s of attire, for stealing which he was now committed. He had evidently helpe...

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). Tuesday, 3rd August. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). Tuesday, Zrd August. Edward Molineau appeared to an inforniïtion charged with having on the 1 'th March desened the service of Alfred Hardy Bickford, saddler, LO whom he was apprenticed. The complainant proved the signature of the defendant to an indenture produced. 'A itnes«, having a heavy stock of goods on hand, left Ade- laide tor Melbourne at the end of February last, and on bis return found that che defeadaat had absconded during bis absence. By Mr Fisher-He was absent from the colony about 15 or 16 weeks. The information was dismissed, the indenture not being signed by the lad's father. Patrick Moss appeared to an information charged with unlawfully impounding three head of cattle, the property of Alexander Christie, on the 19th July. The comp'ainant said he had the authority of the proprietor, Mr Robert Smith, to run his cattle on Section 91 iu the Black Forest, from which the cattle had been impounded. The house upon the S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

FOR PORT LINCOLN AND PORT PIRIE. j /v rp H Ii schooner f£^k\ ^~ BANHICOOT, (ACnaa. Frazer, mastpr, will sail ¿Srwr*-, °n Tuesday next, the 10th in- j stant. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain o» board, or to E. G. COLLINSON. Port. FOR MELBOURNE. TUR "A* British built clipper : barque ' ORPHEUS, j 356 tons per register, Lieut, j Petril, R.N., Commander, will j sail for Mfl'^niirnp, tcithout Jail, on Friday, the 2<Uh instant, and has superior accommo- dations for passengers. For terms, apply to the Captain on hoard ; or to A. L. ELDER & CO. 5th August, 1852. "MAZEPPA" FOR MELBOURNE. PASSENGERS by the above Vessel are requested to he on board at Noon on Friday next, (TO-MORROW). WM. PAXTON. August 5, IS52. TO PRINTERS. A COMPOSITOR WANTED.-Apply at the Office of this Paper. TO-MORROW EVENING (Friday), there will be a Grand Entertainment and Con- cert at the VICTORIA THEATRE, in aid of the TROOPERS' TESTIMONIAL, given by Troy Knight and Mr Gouge, on which oc...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 5 August 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.   August 1—The Dutch barque Alblasseidam, 699   tons, Pott, from Hartlepool, 6th April. August 2—The ship Epaminondas, 1071 tons, H. H. Kerr, from Liverpool, 14th April. Passengers Messrs. William Lambton and A. A. Huddlestone, in the cabin. Emigrants -Messrs. Armstrong, Buchanan 5, Alcock 12, Atkins 3, Bradley, Brucwler, Byrne, Burgess 8, Bottom, Black, Bennett 2, Brien, Bank 3, Barnett, Bryson, Bullen 7, Berry 4, Conway 2, Cahill, Carruthers 2, Cowan 6, Clarke 9, Clark 2, Carber 2, Cox 4, Carlisle 5, Crane 7, Chapman 4, Colquhon 4, Doyley, Doyle, Doggett, Dyball, Davidson 4, Duggan, Dalyhish, Darlington 3, Durge 2, Dixon, Dobson 6, Durden 6, Dowie, Dukes, Elliot 6, Edmond, Emmett, Egan 4, Feighere, Flock, Forrell, Feakson, Geraghty, Gray 4, Graham, Griffin 3, Gates, Grey 3, Gallett, Good- fellow 2, Goodward, Giddens 3, Golding 16, Hewett, Heady 5, Hough 5, Hussey, Harding, Payne 3, Hart 2, Hartshorn, Hadwin, Hormal 6, Hails...

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AMERICA. SOME YANKEE NOTION'S. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

AMERICA. SOME YANKEE NOTION'S. The Times correspondent in the United States has given a luuid and apparently very just view of the probable intentions of the Americans in reference to Asia. The following extracts from his letter will be read with interest : I proposed in my last soon to speak of the maritime expedition to Japan. I am not yet so fully informed ou the subject as 1 should desire, but I feel pretty confident that the followiug opinions will be justified by the result. It is doubtless true that Commodore Perry will sail in a few days with ïwo war 6t?aaiers of the largest class and one or two smaller vessels fer the coast of Japan, where hewill be joined by our fleet now io the Indian seas, the entire squadron to be under his command. Although in 1846, under Commodore Biddle, our armament in the Indian Archi- pelago mounted more guns, yet the vessels ; were not so numerous, nor was there a steamar among them. The time has gone by when the efficiency of a fleet depended on...

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VAN DIE WAN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

VAN DIE WAN'S LAND. We have Ho arton papers to the 17th ult. There is not much news in addition to what we ¡ ad pr&v.ously receive !. Au Irish woman named Marv Sullivan had beeu counnitlel on a charge ol murdering an infant hy st.ra' gling her with a piece of taps a id afterwards placing bel i:i a waler tub.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

NEW ZEALAND. We have received Auckland papers to the 22nd June. The Legislative Council of the province of New Ulster was at length likely to be brought into life. An ordinance of the nominee Pro- vincial Council, passed some time since. s*apád out its,general nature, but left it for the Go- vernor, by proclamation, to give it practical form and call it into being. The Governor has now issued the requisite proclamation, and on the 1st of August inst, the first voting lists of New Zealand were to be prepared. The voting qualification is liberal : every freeholder to the cleir value of £50 ; every householder to th * annual value of £10 in a town, or £5 out of a town ; and every leaseholder of the annual value of £1S-are entitled to vot J, after residing in the district six months before the annual regis- tration. The Council is to be composed of eighteen members, of whom six will be nomi- nees, and twelve elective. The electoral dis- tricts are the city of Auckland, with three member...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

VICTORIA. Wc have Melbourne papers to the 31st j July i ucl asi ve. j KEW PUBLIC COMPANIES-The following I public companies art advertised ia the Mel- j bourne pacers : - Tne Melbourne, Mount Alexander, and Murray River Railway Com- pany, with a branch to Williams-town ;, capital, £750,000. The English and Austra- lian Copper Compmy; capital, ,£350,000; Manager, Joseph Brown, 8, Collins-street. The Melbourne and Williams-town Railway j Company ; capital, £50,000. The Victoria Gold Escort Company. The City of Melbourne W¿ter Coinpa-jy; capital, £500,000. The Australian Royal Maii Steam Navigation Coirpauy. Trie Peninsular aud Oriental Steam Navigation Company. The Mount Alexander Escort arrived on 30th July, with 18,145 ozs. 10 d*ts. Another monster escort was expected in the course of a few days. MOUNT ALEXANDER.-From Bryce Ross's letter of the 20th of July, we make the follow- ing extracts : A.I last the Government have come into ac- tual couiact with the people, aud the feeling Io...

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SALISBURY PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

SALISBURY PLOUGHING MATCH. ? Tlis match came off OT Friday last, the 6th \ instînt, on a section belonging to Mr (Jillet, ¡ j hear the New Ü03d It¡n. 'the Judge* were, j Messrs Tiios. Abbott, j. Jeliett. J. Fidge, and I G. Miles, of Munno Para, and J. Umpherstone, , of Gawler Plains. The prizes were awarded by them in the following order :- 1 General Match. G. Brooks, 1st prize, 6 guineas. G. Vince, 2nd prize, 4 gaineas. J. Baillie, 3rd prize, 3 guineas. G. Barton, 4th prize, 2 guineas. Boys,' ..atch. F. Raymond, 1st prize, 3 guineas. W. Crooker, 2nd prize, 2 guineas. The unsuccessful competitors were, G. White, and C. Buckingham. White's ploughing was pronounced by the Judges to be the beat in the field, but he was out of time. A large party dined at. Mr, Wright's Inn. Salis ' bury, after the match, under the presidency of Mr Umpherstone. Air Broadstock assisting as Vice Chairman.

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. QUAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. QUAIN AND FLOUR UABK.ET. Wheat, 7s 3d Floor, fine, ±'22 per ton seconds, £ 19 per ton Barley, English, 5s 3d pi r basheL " Gape, 4s 6d to 4s 9d Oats, 6s to 7s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, Is 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS J. BAHBY. New Com Exchange, Grenfell-street. August 7, 1852.

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PLOUGHING MATCH, WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

PLOUGHING MATCH, WILLUNGA. Notwithstanding the unfavourable weather and the absence of so many at ttie diggings, there was a spirited competition at this match, which took place on Tuesday lust. The follow- ing teams started .- - Champion Prize, £-t. Only competitor-Robt. Laurie, with a bollock team and iron plough. Driver, H. Figg, i General Match. Duncan Stewart, 1st prize, £3, and the medal. K 'rse team, iron plough. P li dip Seaman, 2nd prize, £i 10s. Horse team, wooden nloLH'h. J. Bellingham, 3rd prize, £2. Horse team, wooden plough. ! L. Lovelock, 4th prise, £1 10s. Bullock team, wooden plough Driver, J. Bennett. H. I'ethick, 5th prize, £1. Horse team, iron plough. The unsuccessful competitors were-F. Giddons, ahorse team belonging to Mr Kenzie ; and \V. Winkley, a horse team belong jug to Mr Pointon. , Boytf Prise. F. P. KelL aged ¡7, 1st prize, £2. Horse team iron plough. ' N. Clift aged 16, 2nd prize, fl 10s. Horse team, wooden plough. E. Giles, jun., aged 17, 3rd prize £1....

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ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, 7th August, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, 7th August, 1852. In for sale this day, 13 horses-prices from £9 to £13. Very doll.

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PORT ADELAIDE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

PORT ADELAIDE POLICE COURT. TJuirsday, August 5th. I TTenry Fell, master of the ship h eliance, appeared I to the information of Henry Colley, seaman on board the above »hip, charged with refusing to pay £7 j for wages. I Mr Parker appeared for the prosecution. Henry Colley, seaman on board the ship Beiiance, stated the case, the particulars of which are already sufficiently kuowD to the public. Robert Samuel Taunto», seamau on board the ship, corroborated the last witness's évidence. In defence, Captain Fell said that the men had all signed artil les in Melbourne to be p.-.id £7 for the run in Adelaide, and he regretted that he had left the articles m Melbourne. His Worship said the second articles which had been signed at sea were of inn use, and as the defendant could make no defence without the original articles, the plaintiff was entitled to a ver- dict with costs. -A

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SHIP MAILS. Monday, 9th August. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

SHIP MAILS. Monday, 9th August. ! For Great Britain per Standard, to Bombay and Overland, thia day, at half-past 3; per Glen Huntley to Soorabaya and Overland, to-morrow, at 2 p.m.; per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. For Victoria, per Dreadnought, this day, at half past 3. For East Indies and Chica per the above vessels to India. For Guichen and Rivoli Bays per Daphne to- morrow, at 10 a.m.

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, August 7, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

SHARE LIST. King William.street, August 7, 1S52. Borras, last sales, £128, cash. Money on Freeholds 12£ to 15 per cent. Ditto on disco on ts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 688 6d to 69s cash, buyers. J NO. RICHARDSON f " , D. MELVILLE \ Broneis.

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SHIPPING FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

SHIPPIKG FOE THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. I No less than 62 vessels were laid on for these ; colonies on the 15th May, from London, Liverpool, j Glasgow, Bristol, and Plymouth, including several i of 1400 and 1500 tons. 1 Fou ADELAIDE, POET PHILLIP, AND SYDNEY. j The steamer Australian, June 3rd, from Plymouth. ' ADELAIDE AND PORT PHILLIP.-Anna Fox, from Liverpool, Woodbridge, May IS. ADELAIDE.-Grasmere, May 15; Omega, May 20, Plymouth; Sultana, June 20; Hydatpes, ia J une. The Charlotte arrived April 7. 1 The Statesman arrived from Tort Phillip at Gravesend, May ll. j MELBOUBKE SKIPPING -The Nautilus, 28th ; : the Queen of Sheba, 29th, md the Triton, 30th, i had arrived. | Captain Sayers, of the Maid of Auckland, was robbed of £35 while lying asleep in his cabin before leaving Hobson's Bay. He landed the robber?, five ia number, one of whom was a cabin passenger, and the rest of the passengers made up to aim his loss and a few nuggets over.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852

BRIGHTON ACADEMY. MR GRUNDY ! RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and the Public that the terms of this Estab- j lishment will be according to the following \ arrangement, from the 1st July nest : PUPILS. PER QüABTEB, I Entered at- Payable in Advance. i 5 years of age. 4 0 0 From 5 to 8 . 5 0 0 " 8 to ll. 6 0 0 " 11 to 14. 7 O 0 Washing, Mending, and all other charges . 1 0 0 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 than one i pupil is sent from a Family, j Brighton Acade«-^, June 24, Î852. LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practice Law in the United States Supreme Court sitting in Wash i ington ; to prosecute Claims and settle Accounts ! a...

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