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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JUEISDIETI0N (CRIMINAL). Tuesday, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JUEISDI3TI0N (CRIMINAL). Tuesday, August 10. HARPER V. EVERSHEE.-The defendant in this case appeared to an information laid under the Masters' and Servants' Act, for £3 10s wages, due to complainant as a weekly servant. I Judgment for the full amount. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] Wednesday, August 11. WATERS V. FOOKS.-Action io recover £4 19s 6J, value of an accordion alleged to have been left with the defendant for repairs, and to have been deli- vered to a wrong person. j Plaintiff was non-suited. ! MCKISSOCK. v. HENDERSON. - An adjourned case. Defendant was examined, and stated that he had received £5 from plaintiff at Forest Creek to deli- j ?er to his wife ; 'mt having lost it on the road, he had paid Mrs McKissock hJs, thinking it was not fair that he should bear the «hole loss. I Verdict for defendant. MARSHALL V. WRIGHT.-Action to recover 12s, hire of cart, Sec.. to carry defendant's daughter and luggage to and from ...

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THE REPORT OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

THE REPORT OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. IN our last issus we promised to give a com- pendious statement of the views exhibited in the Report presented by the Committee to the Chamber of Commerce, at tbe second annual meeting of that body. We will now proceed to redeem our promise ; re- marking, by the way, that the regret we ¡ feel in consideration of our inability to j give the Report to our readers unabridged j is materially diminished by the fact that ! they have been thoroughly familiarised I with the sentiments enunciated in the Re- j port through the columns of this journal, as, from time to time, events demanded J notice and comment. ' The Report opens with an allusion to j the "unprecedented crisis" through which ; this colony has recently passed, and cs- j hibits our triumph over past difficulties as ! a ground for courage and renewed conti- | dence in reference to the future. Assigning, as was most fitting, the prominent place among the year's proceedings of the Cham- ber t...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The South Australian Banking Company, Bank ! of Australasia, and Union Bank of Australia^- ¡ Issue Drafts on London, at 30 days' sight at 3J ! per cent, discount. j Buy Bills on London at 30 days' sight, at 7 per j cent, discount. j Adelaide, 10th August, 1852. j

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

1MP0UXDINGS. Impounded at the publio pound, Township of Truro, near the Wheal Barton Mine-One black gelding, white spot near ribs, HJ or HI off shoulder, WN near shoulder, long switch tail ; one black filly, switch tail, J off ßhoulder, S near shoulder ; one bay filly, little white in face, like GL near shoulder ; one large dark bay gelding, switch tail, illegible brand near shoulder; one large bay filly, black pointy little white on face and nose, no brand visible; one bay filly, little white on face, long switch tail, DR off shoulder, black points ; one white or cream coloured filly, dark muzzle, /-vor f! a near shoulder; one bay filly, black points, white spots ander the saddle, TD off shoulder, illegible brand near shoulder.; one bay filly or mare, IS near shoulder, star on face twist in near ear ; one roan mare, bald face, near hind foot white, Tb near ribs ; one chestnut colt, near hind foot white, little white on face and nose, about eighteen months old ; one black filly, lit...

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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SCEEENDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. To SCEEENDEE. .'ames Bassiugthw&ite, 12th of August, at 11. j CEETIFICÍTES TO BE CONFIRMED - Unless Cause j be showu to the contrary. j William Ho Jue, 20th August. ! James Pile, 2-Jth August. Thomas Smith, 20th August j J. B. Montefiore and TS. M. Levi, 26th Augnst i at I. j ! J. H. F. Beddies. 26th August, at 2. ( H. and A. Snelling, i7th August, at ¡2. G. Doran, -:7th Augus?, at ll. AUDITS. j J. Eldridge, 16th August, at 12. ¡ H. Catchlove, 16th August, at ll. ! W. Williams, 16th August, at 1. j i. F. Smith, 23rd August, at 2. j Robert Cock. 3uth August, at l i. T. II. F. Keddies, 23rd August, at ll. DIVIDEND MEETINGS. -Creditors to attend and j Prove. I Wm. James, 2Grh A «gast, at 12. j ADJOURNED FINAL IIEAKISGS. John Cragie, 20th August, at 2. ¡ W. Blyth. 1 Uta August, at 11. George James, loth August, at 1. Samuel Leather, 23rd September, at 12. DIVIDESDS TO BE DECIMATED. M. L. Puhlow, 23rd August, at I. E. Brooks, 24th Angn-t, at 12. J. II. Walker,...

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NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The Accounts for the last Quarter's Subscrip- \ Hon have now been delivered, and we shall j feel greatly obliged by a prompt settlement, j We appeal more particularly to our Country j Subscribers, to whom ii is impossible to male* ' a personal application. I

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ADELAIDE PRICE CUBKENT IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CUBKENT MtPURTS. Corrected up to 4th o * August 1852. SPIRITS (Jy^bOBd, £ & d ¿sd Brandy, United Vin. per Tv£*U<m, ... 0 12 0 0 12 0 unto, do. do., per. ease 10 0 I 12 O Ditto, Martelrs, per gai 0 Í2 « OOO Ditto, ditto per case .. I lo 0 I 12 O Do. other brands per gaL O 10 O O » 0 Ditto, ditto, per case ..150 i 8 O SíriWjLjPerffBl,0B "46 OOO Whisky ditto. 120 OOO Oin (old lom) ditto.. 0 8 0 0 9 O Geneva, or casa. OOO OOO WINES - (duty pauj _ Port» per pipe. 48 0 0 55 O O Ditt«, per dozen. 1 5 0 2 U(4 Sherry, per pipe. i5 o 0 40 0 'A. Ditto, per dozen. I 4 O i 12 O Cape, per pipe. uone Champagne, per dozen 2 0 0 3 0 0 Clarey ditto. 1 5 0 » 10 u Marsala, per pipe. OOO OOO Ditto, oer dozen. O O O O O O PORTETE Taylor's per hhd ... -\ Trueman's./ Barclay Perkins' .. f 5 15 0 6 6 « WhiibieadV.) Ditto, per dosen. O 12 O OOo Dublin ditto. Der hhd .. 4 15 o OOO ALE-London aranas, per bud. 7 0 OOO Bass's Burton, No. 3 .. 8 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled, per dor.. OHO 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

BRIGHTON ACADEMY. MR GRUNDY RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and « the Public that the ¡erins of this Estab- lishment will be uccordinir to the following; arrangement, from the 1st July next : PDPILS. PIÍR QC .VETER, Entered at- Payable in Advance. 5 years of u^e. 4 0 0 From 5 to 8 . 5 0 0 " 8toll. 6 0 0 " ll to 14. 7 0 0 Washing, Mending, and ail other charges . 1 0 0 The above Terms include Coard ard Lodg- ing, with Tuition, comprising Sjieliing, Head- ing, Writing, Arithmetic, English (irasnmar, Composition, Latin, Geography, Drawing, and Histor}', 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 Pupil is sent from a Family. Brighton Academy, June 24, 1&52. LAW AND AGENCY NOTICE. WORTHINGTON G. SNETHEN, CONTINUES to practice Law in the United States supreme Court sitting ia Wash- ington ; to prosecute Claims and settle Accounts ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

TERMS: £l 16s per annum, parable in advance; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements:-For one inch and under 3s, and ls fin* each additions inch, each insertion. ; Printed and published bj Andrew Murray, at th» Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Randie» troet, Adelaide, Scuta Australia.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 5. LAND SALES.-The day of sale of the Crown Lauds proclaimed in the Gtselte of the 29th July, has been altered from Saturday, 2Sth August, to Monday, ZOth August. APPOINTMENTS.-H. Holland, Engineer of the Steam Tag, vice Kilpatrick, dismissed ; T. Owns worth, Assistant Keeper of Government Grounds ; C. Wright, Letter Carrier, vice Clemente, resigned ; F. Gibson, Clerk and uessenger, Post Office, Fort Adelaide. EMIGRATION DEPOSITS.-The following persons, whose passage money has been deposi ted by the colonists named, cannot 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 50, who is dead. ill deposited by William Chance for Peter Chance, aged 56, wbo is dead. £11 deposited by William Chance for Eebecca Chance, aged 44, who deal ines to emigrate. £3 10s deposited by William Chance for Ann Chance, aged 13, who declines to emigr...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

MOUNT ALEXANDER The following extracts from a private letter   just received per Escort, will give a vivid idea of the present state of the diggings. The   writer is an old colonist, and writes purposely     to put a friend here in possession of the true     state of affairs for his own guidaence. His statements may therefore be relied upon : --- Eagle Hawk Gully, Bendigo, Dear friend.---The appearance of the dig-   gings on first entering them seems to the beholder, particularly a Londoner, like a large   fair ; hundreds is of tents scattered about in all directions, but the people look anything but   holiday going folks. The ground is so com- pletely cut up, that a stranger would imagine the place to be a vast brick-field, and on closer inspection it has the appearance of a huge rabbit-warren, it is so undermined. We fixed our tents in Adelaide Gully. We had to wait...

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FIRST OF THIS WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

FIRST OF THIS WOOL SALES. Tile f.-.llowtPsr ar« th? sa!°s nf fi'lS br«l<*s lt; Ai-yt from Vi» is olo.iv at. Liver.¡o il on the i iSiíi M iv Uv Abraham fTertrude un.] Co. .f aad EÍ» - 9 baîe^ isj.'*. ? dn. Is ó J. 41 iio. ls Od, .? lambs ls fid. 3 i,i*Kïes is Li, -t dewe Call íaiilLs) I- Í4.1, 4 (d'.) Is 4d, 4 (du) ls 3'id, 5 lambs I do. ls 2.W. I .! an i \T-;'.ii Munder-4 greasy S^eco ¡ IA J, i '? d<\ himbs ! 'd. -Í rb* eco ; ali fi.l'r.s . '.»'j. j : > 'ú T.f.i Y lindar "2 b.il^s combinir !s<H. 4 du. ¡ do. ls j.'ni. 4 Inks «lim ited ls 4d. I d.i. do. is .id. iii-f> bides combing ls 7d, 5 do do. <a ë.-,l. I bdf Iambi' ls 7d 1 no. do. IsOAd, 2 do. damaged ! ls .">/íd, i iio. do. LR abs, ls ..'d, 1 do. do. Is 5d. ! "\V3 with H nuder -17 eales ls -id. H's with li iiinic-r -3 bales ls od. ¡ iii"-j laies siij.c ii -t.'id, 5 do. do. ls 4l, 1 bale 1 :)?( .ML within diamond- i 9 Mles combing Is Sd, 1 .Io. lam* -., fs .-wt. 4 do d-tnia^-yi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PKBFOBMED AT THE '^ADELAIDE MORNING CHBONICLE" ' OFFICE, RUNDLE-ST&EET, WITH ACCUUACY AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Oopzpetent Workmen. FOR MELBOURNE GOLD DIGGINGS. THAT favourite barque MARGARET BROCK. 310 tons, James McMeckan, commander, has just arrived, and «ill sail positively on Tuesday, 17th instant. She will be found a very desirable oppor- tunity for horses and cattle, drays^ Sec. Foi freight or passage, apply to tWCaptain, on board, or to J. F DUFF, King William-street. 5fh An?ust. 1852. _ FOR MELBOURNE. THE fine Al clipper ship DREADNO TIGHT, 338 tons per register, James Lowrie, commander, has taken the berth for Melbourne, and .will he found a most desirable opportunity for goods and passengers. For term9 of freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to A. L. ELDER & CO. 22nd July. FOR MELBOURNE. To sail on the 1st September. 1HE fine A 1 barque CHATHAM, 539 tons, Capt Copeland. The sailing of this vess...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS- monday, August 9. [Before Mr Justice Crawford.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS- monday, August 9. [Before Mr Justice Crawford.! The following gentlemen were sworn in BS Grand Jory : William Lean Henry Stanford U illiam Samson Edward u right, jun. Alfred Watts Samuel Kearns Lavington Glyde Edward Drew Abraham Scott P. B. <. oglin C. W. Stamp. Mr Justice Crawford in delivering his charge, congratulated the Grand Jory on the small number of charges on the calendar ; bat was very sorry to say, that no less than three cases of morder would eome before them. Two of those murders appeared to have been committed by natives, one of the victims being a shepherd, and the other a native, and in such cases, especially where the charge waa sustained by native witnesses, it was necessary to be very careful. The law was applied to ihn«* cacao John Roberts, (foremau) John Reynell, J.P. Thomas Stanford John Wyatt, sen. J. H. Lacking P. MaNicol K. F Macgeorge W. Milne Alexander Thompson Christopher Whitford Josh. Peacock, as to others,...

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The Maraing Chrauirle. Adelaide; Thursday, August 12, 1852. This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak fres." —Euripides [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

Adelaide ; Thursday, August 12, 1852. «. Thia is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak fres." -Euripides, A CONSIDERATION FOR THE DIGGERS. EVEBYBODY knows that a large proportion j of the adult male population of this colony ! are determined to visit the Diggings daring the ensuing spring. They who toiled there, with various success, until driven'away by the winter, intend either to repair or re- peat their former luck, as soon as finer weather shall smile upon the adventure.1 And even those resolute, unexcitable souls who have hitherto withstood the attractions of almost the most seductive of all in- fluences, are giving way at length ; and will make a trip by-and-hy, "just to seo! the place." Perhaps nothing short of a miracle would suffice to stop, or in any ? considerable measure lessen, tbe wholesale migration we shall shortly have to witness, j Bat some of the Diggers, at least, are ! open to conviction, and to them, be they ( j few or many, ...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, August 9. Present-Captain Freeling, R.E., Chairman ; W. Giles, Ksq., M.L.C., Mr Chamberlain and Mr Hewitt. Bay-road-The Secretary reported ttiat he had made arrangements with Mr Mosley for the metallin? required upon this road. North Eastern-road-The ' Secretary had made arrangements tor spreading 100 yards of stone, by employing day labor. The worst part of the whole line of road was between Mr Bailey's Nursery and the Maid and Magpie. Resolved that the necessary repairs near the Maid and Magpie be made. A letter from Messrs Fenn and Wearing on behalf of Mr Joseph Ind, was then read. A line of road had been laid out through Mr Ind's section No 334, on the Torrens, as a continua- tion of the North Eastern-road, upon the faith of which he had built an hotel, at an expense exceeding a £loOO, which hotel had since been closed. He wished to know if the land would be repuired for the road, and if so, hoped hs should be allowed the same amount of com densation ...

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ENGLISH MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

ENGLISH MARKETS. LiYEBPOOL, 15th MAT- 600 bales wool just re- ¡ ceived from South Australia, and would be put up at auction on the 14tb. An improving demand: for domestic wools. 1 LONDON.-The public sales commence on the 2' th, and are likely to go well, as only 19,000 balea : of Australian have arrived. J

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. PLOUGHING MATCH. On Tuesday morning last, the Annual Ploughing Match under the auspices of this Society, came off a section belonging Mr Cook, near the Port Road. The attend- ance was by no means so large as might have been anticipated, considering the importance   of the occasion, and the propitious state of the weather. His Excellence the Lieutnant- Governor was present during the whole time, and appeared to take great interest in the progress of the mem. The general estimate with respect to the character of the work done was not favourable, hut in the opinion of several experienced agriculturists, this might be attributed to the nature of the soil, which is rather sandy. Six hours was allowed for the ploughing, but it was finished in about five, by all the competitors. The following list exhibits the names of the respective com- petitors, and other particulars respecting them : MUN. Owner. Robert Lawrie Peter F...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

BIRTH. On Sunday, the 8th instant, at Kensington, the lady of Thomas Taylor, Esq., of a son.   MARRIED.   On 14th April, at Alderley, Cheshire, Neville   Blyth, Esq., of Adelaide, to Miss Julia Barns, of Everton, Liverpool.  

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 12 August 1852

LOCAL NEWS. TUE PüorosED Nsw COINAGE.-We are not, at present, to have a Mint, nor to circu- late golden money of our own coining. A meeting of tbs Executive' Council was beldon Monday last to discus-s (he policy of issuing tho ingots of the Assay Office in a convenient form i o'- gen ere 1 currency. The meeting was attended by the nominee members of the Legislative Council, and the managers of the three Adelaide Banks, and the whole subjeot received careful consideration. It was deter- mined that no immediate steps should be taken towards thc establishment of a Mint; it being considered that the issues of the Bank«, aug- mented as they will now be by thc additional capital of the South Australian Hanking Com- pany, and the free co-operation of the Bank of : Australasia, would be quite sufficient to meet commercial requirements for some time to come. The probability of a Mint being shortly established in Melbourne or Sydney influenced the decision of the. Council in some degree ; but...

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