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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
SYDNEY MARKETS. TnE MILLS.-Messrs Barker and Co.: \ very large supply of wheat has come to market thic week j chiefly by the roads, which has been purchased at | from Ss 3d to 8s 9d according to quality. Flour is very firm at last week's prices-namely, fine £23: j seconds ¿'21 per ton of 200') lbs. Bran ls ld to ls 3d per bushel. HAV ANO COEN- MARKET-The foüowing prices have ruled at this market since last report : Hay £5 to t'7, and straw £2 10s to £3 per ton ; green food 7d to 8d per dozen bundles by the load ; wheat 8s 6d to 8s I Od ; maize, 3s to 3s 4 J per bushel; nei- ther barley nor oats have come to market during the week. Bark £8 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
The League Fuud now amounts to up- wards of £70,000. A considerable amount has been received from operatives in various parts of Lancashire. Mr George Wilson bad received a letter from Lord Kinnaird, desiring that bis name may be enrolled as a member of the Anti-Corn Law League. TAIT'S MAGAZIXE. - We understand that the copyright and editorship of this long-established popular periodical have passed into new hands. We are not at liberty to mention the name of the gentle- man to whom the editorial control of the magazine will be confided j but we may state that he is a member of the Legisla- ture, as well as a man of high political re- putation ; while the names of the pub- lishers will be a sufficient guarantee for the energy with which the business de- partment of the publication will be con- ducted-Morning Advertiser. [We believe that the person alluded to as the political editor is John M'Gregor, Esq., the member for Glasgow, and Governor of the Royal British Bank. Tho publishers...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 5. LAND SAXES.-The day of sale of the Crown Lands proclaimed in the Gazette of the 29th July, has been altered from Saturday, 28th August, to Monday, 30tA August. APPOINTMENTS. - H. Hollaad, Engineer of the Steam Tug, vice Kilpatrick, dismissed ; T. Owns worth. Assistant Keeper of Government Grounds ; C. Wright, Letter Carrier, vice Clements, resigned ; F. Gibson, Clerk and Messenger, Post Office, Port Adelaide. EMIGRATION DEPOSITS.-The following persons, whose passage money has been deposited by the colonists named, cancot proceed for the reasons annexed : £16 deposited by J. O'Sullivan for Mary Griffin, aged 49, who declines to proceed. £11 deposited by Henry Ayers for William Richards, aged SO, who is dead. £11 deposited by William Chance for Peter Chance, aged 56, who is dead. £11 deposited by William Chance for Be bec ca Chance, aged 44, who decline« to emigrate. £3 10s deposited by William Chance for Ann Chance, aged 13, who declines to emi...
POLICE COURT Thursday, August 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
POLICE COURT Thursday, August 5th. John Kelley was fined los for being drunk and disorderly in Hindley-strcet, at one o'clock the same morning, and assaulting Police-Constable Duffy in &nbsp; the execution of his duty. On Friday and Saturday no business came before this Court more important than the escapades of a few luckless diggers, "overtaken in liquor.' These were atoned for by the payment of a 5s fine in each case.
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Anna Dixon, brig, 189 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne &nbsp; 18th July. Apollo, cutter, 44 tons, Wise, from Hobart Town, &nbsp; June 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 Tunby Bay. Chatham, barque, 467 tons. Copeland, from Dept- &nbsp; &nbsp; ford aud Plymouth, March 18. Circasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Swa- sea. &nbsp; City of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. &nbsp; Candahar, ship, 900 tons, John Goss, from Mel- bourne, July 10, Daphne, schooner, 55 tons, Smith, from Circular Head July 17. &nbsp; Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie, from Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Edward, ship, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th &nbsp; March. &nbsp; Ferdinand, brig, 153 tons, Groot, from Whampoa. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 August 1852
LOCAL NEWS. I THE NEW COINAGE.-We are thunderstruck ? to hear that the Government, notwithstanding their express engagement, are hesitating about establishing a Mint. Surely the experience of California, where 15 mints were established by private parties and proved profitable, is suffi- cient to demonstrate that one in South Aus- tralia is a safe speculation ; and now that the Home Government have positively sanctioned the institution of Mints, it would be disgraceful if this colony were to flinch from an enterprise which must prove beneficial to the whole of the Australian colonies, and eminently lucra- tive to our colonists. We shall return to the subject in our next. CROWN LAND SALES.-We are sure it must gratify all true friends of the colony to find from the following table, which we have com- piled from our files, that the land sales are rapidly increasing. The amount in July is rather above the average of the last two years, which was less than £8000 per month. Land Sales. 185...
LITERATURE. THE FINE AB'S IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
LITERATURE. THE FINE AB'S IN AUSTRALIA. There rs a picture now lodged at the Amateur (î;t!lerj, 121, VAl Mali, which, apnrt fro n irs o wa merits, is rendered in- teresting hy being the first large picture ever painted, or (by many people) ever seen in Australia. lt is an illustration of the Scripture " Suffer little children to cottle unto me " The painter is Mr Marshall Claxton. It was produced under the following circum- stances. In the summer of the year 1850, a muni- ficent lady residing in London, and distin- j guished everywhere for her gentle genero-j sity and goodness, conmiieáioned Mr v. lax-j ton to paint this picture for the interior decoración of an Infant School. Mr Clas- j ton was thea on the eve of emigrating to I Sydney. If he might only consider the subject on the voyage, he said, and paint it in th^ land of bis adoption, what a pride he would have in showing it to hie new countrymen, aud what a testimony it would be to them that he was not slighted in Old England ...
DOING THE PHILANTHROPIC MODE BY ENACTMENT. Io the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE" [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
DOING THE PHILANTHROPIC MODE BY ENACTMENT. Io the Editor of the " MORNING CHHONICLG " j SIB-It is some months since our legislators determined to do the philanthropic mode by enactment, and gave to young Soiuh Australia its famous New Education Act. We are io ?? pay the schoolmasters-at least those whom the Honorable Board of Inquisitors choose to patronize; but. Sir, whit is to ne done about books? I should imagine few orders have been or will be sent to Kngland for supplier, uutil the Philanthropic Bo*rd, by enactment, has determined what books our p--d.*go«rues shall use. Where shall ve get our supplies during the next nine month* ? ßy-t..e-:»y I have heard it said our philanthropists, by enactment, are going lo u»e public mo.iey against private traders, and we shaii soon »ce. another bookshop in Gawler-place, thus an- nounced CRANE, Bookseller, (by Government aiJ) by authority (nf the 'Jolly* Inquisitors, who do the pltdanihropic by civil enactment.; i a:ii, Sir, yours' respectf...
THE OPEN COLUMN. "Andi alteram partem." THE MOUNTED POLICE. To the Editor of the "MORNING CHKOKICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Andi alteram partem." THE MOUNTED POLICE. To the Editor of ihe " MORNING CHKOKICLE.'* In your paper of the 2nd inst-, you were kind enough to pass some remarks on the pre- sent position of the Police Fore;-, for which you certainly deserve the thanks both of the men forming that body and the public. Your paragraph, however, seems only, although this is not specially mentioned in it, to bu written in regard to the Foot Police, while the complaint ot injustice is far greater towards the Mounted Division. I therefore beg leave to solicit your impartiality in nllcwing me to add the following circumstances to your valuable paragraph, with a special view to the position of the Mounted Police :-The Mounted Police receive the same pay as the Foot Police, while they are ordered to incur far greaser expenses, being compelled to find a quantity of things for the use of cleaning their horses and arms, such as currycomb, brushes, spouch, chamois, button-stick, bush aird- milit...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We have Cape papers to the 25th June. The rebel Hottentots seemed to be giving more trouble than the Kafirs. They were well-mounted and armed, and under excellent discipline. They had made a most disastrous attack, upon a party of sappers and miners, who were escorting ammunition and stores. They killed nine men and one woman, and wounded seven men. They plundered five waggons and got some ammunition and guns,*but fortunately the nipples of the guns bad been removed. Parties of Kafirs and Hottentots had made several daring expeditions for plunder within the colony, and had penetrated to within four miles of Grahara's-town. Adelaide wheat 25s 6d per 3 bushels. Ditto flour, 17s per 100 lbs.
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, 12th Anjmst. For Great Britain per Standard, to Bombay and Overland, this day, at half-past 12 ; per Glen Huntley to Sourabaya and Overland, this day at half-past 3 ; per il arlin L ut lier, to Liverpool. For Victoria, per Dreadnought, this day, at half, past 3 -. per Flash, Saturday, 14th, at half-past 3 ; per Hero, ditto ditto, at 11. For East Indies and China per the above vessels to India. For Guichen and Rivoli Bays per Daphne this day, at half-past ia.
ADELAIDE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOCK MARKET. Wheat, 7s 3d Flour, fine, £22 per ton seconds, ¿19 per ton Barley, English, 5s 3d per bushel. Cape, 4s 6d to 4a 9d Oats, 68 to 7s Bran, ls 4d. Pollard, ls 4d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS J. BA BET. New Corn Exchange. Grenfell-sïreet. August 7, 1852.
TUE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
TUE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. We have panors from Melbourne to the 4th instant, by the Louisa, whicn h:n made the passage in 67 hours. 'Hie Herald of th- 2nd states that though the nominal market price of gold was JL"3 4s, he is credibly informed that some individuals had been offered £3 6s 3d. The price of fiour was the same at both mills, £2.) for first, and £23 for seconds. Tile supply and demand in the labor market continued very dull. Trade generally has been very quiet during the week, and very little doing. The spirit market has been very brisk, and a good deal chanjjiriij hands. Marseilles brandy cannot now be quoted under 16s to 17s ; Hen nesseys 15s to 1 is od ; tiP rum, 10 o.p., 5s to 5s 3d; E. I., 159 o.p., 3s 6d to 4s ; Geneva, 4 gallon cases, 21s ; whisky, 5s and 6s. Actual sa'es have boen made at these rates. Flour is rucre urtu, but no transactions of any consequence have taken place. Tobacco is declining in value. Barrets can- not be quoted higher than 2s ; Kerrs l...
SHARE LIST. King William-street, Angust 7, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
SHARE LIST. King William-street, Angus i 7, 1852. burras, last sales, £128, cash. Money on Freeholds 124 to 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 68s 6d to 69s cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON f " , D. MELVILLE \ Brokers.
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 10th. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
POLICE COURT Tuesday, August lOiÄ. CBefore H. R. Wigley, Esq ] Richard Rimes and John Etna were fined 5s each 1 for drunkenness Thomas Sibley Sharp was charged with having on the 25th July, stolen at Gawler-town, a copper boiler the property of Joseph Ladd. It appeared from the evidence and the documents severally pat in, both by the complain mt anti de- fendant, that a donbt had existed respecting the ownership of the copper, which each pany claimed as bis own. The information was dismissed upon the under- standing that the copper should be given up to the complainant. John Angel was fined 5sfor riding on the foot- path in King Wilüam-street. Henry Greener was fined ¡Os for riding on a dray without a driver along North-terrace'on the 2nd inst. Chirks Farr, charged with feeding a horse from some loose hay ia King Wi Ilia ai-street 5th inst, was fiued 5s. '^iedrich Cordes, a German, was fined 53 for riding on the footpath in King William-btreat, Jalv 3). Jahn Crocker, ^harped with ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
MARTIN7 LUTHER," FOS LIVERPOOL. 1HIS magnificent and fast Sbiling ship, 1341 tons per register, is now at the Light- ship, and «ill sail -next week. Intending passengers will have faci itie-s afforded, for going on boerd to examine the accommodations, and Captain Kenney will attend daily at the office of the undersigned to sign bills of lading for Gold, *C. &C. For freight of gold and light goods, or passage, npply to W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUAt. & CO. Acents. REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FOR MELBOURNE. TO FOLLOW THE "PUNCH." k . fTlilE very favourite clipper on SATURDAY, the Hth inst. Passengers are reguested not to make any mistake respecting her day cf sailing, ac slie most positively be towed to sea that evening, full or not full. For terms of passage only, apply to Captain Dale, on bosrd ; to L brig HERO, II. D. Dale, commander, will sail with lier usual punctuality, BOORD BROTHERS, Hindley-street; or to J. F. BENNETT, Port Adelaide. August 5, 18Ö2; ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, M...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Anna Dixon, brig, 189 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne 18tb July. Apollo, catter, 54 tons, Wise, from Hobart Town, June 25. Anne, brig, 200 loos. Mamblin, from Melbourne, July 9. Augustus, barque, laid ap for repairs. Bandicoot, schooner, 70 tons. Frazer, from Tort fort Fairy, Port Lincoln, and Timby Bay. I Chatham, barque, 407 tons. Copeland, fro.a Dept- ford and Plymouth. March 16. Circasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from Swa sea. City of London, barque, 347 tous, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Candahar, ship, 90") tons, John Goss, from Mel- bourne, July 10, Daphne, schooner, 55 tons, Smith, from Circular Head July 17. Dreadnought, barque, 500 tons. Lowrie, fi om Lon- don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Edward, ship, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th Mirch. Ferdinand, brig, 153 ions, Groot, from Whampoa Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons. Putt, fruin Lon- don, 10th February. Lapwing, cutter, 63 tons, Isbister, from Melbourne, July 10. Margaret, barque, 310 tons, T. Manson,...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852
SMILING INTELLIGENCE IBKITRD. August 8-The ship Martin Lather, 1,341 tons. Ken nj, from Port Wakefield. August 9-i he brig Louisa, 185 tons, Heslop, from Melbourne. August 4. Passengers-Messrs. Merry, Gollin. Maples, Parrott, Jerves, Bishop, and HuttoQ, in the cabin ; Messrs. Booth, Debney, Pearce, Baynes, Owens, Buzacolt, Britton, Bishop, Hallen, Jones, Webster, Perd, Steen. Graan, Chand- ler, Linard, Morgan, Gonsuire,Clark, Ware, Scott 2, Wood, Mart, Weil, Secombe, and Gibbons, in the steerage. CLEARED ODT. J August 7-The barque Mazeppa, 163 tons, H. Fl. Marsh, for Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs. Rad- ish, Drohn, Joshua, Simpson, t'laisted, Crawford, Mrs Cane, daughter, and servant, Mr and Mrs Ray, in the cabin , Messrs. Sheriff, Cole, Webster, Jou6B, Schnitz, Treasuret, Hinton, Gordon, Connelly, Sam- uels, Boundy, Thomson 3, Morgan, Murray 3, Fur- row, Smith, Framelow, Sever 3, Afford, Hunt, Pen- dell, Cummings, Smith, and Thomson, in the steer II ge. 7Same day-The barqae Merope, 3...