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SYDNEY GOLD CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
SYDNEY GOLD CIRCULAR. The same cause which has seriously affected all branches of business during the current week—the inclement state of the weather—has produced a temporary stagnation in all gold transactions. The heavy and continuous rains, which hare extended widely over the colony, have made the act of travelling not only unpleasant but difficult and dangerous. Owing chiefly to this, little gold dust has arrived by private hands; and the parcels by &nbsp; public conveyance have been more than usually small. It is sn established fact, that unpropitious &nbsp; weather in this colony creates an indisposition for business; and gold diggers and bullionists appear &nbsp; to form no exception to the operation of the rule. The Turon is again flooded, which disasterous circumstance has almost totally stopped operations there for the present. Just now the Northern Diggings on the Peel are exciting most interest. From the letter of Dr. Jenkins, published in the dai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. j PKKFOntBD AT THE " ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RD NDLE-STR EÉT, |H^V WITH ACCUKACT A (TD DBSPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. FOR LONDON DIRECT. Under engagement with th» South Australian Mining Association to sail on Jhe 20th June. THE well-armed fast-sailing frigaie-bunt ship, A 1 at Lloyds' for 13 Tears, CHARlOTTB JANE* 750 tons, Alexander Laurence, commander, guarantees to taker not more than two-thirds her register tonnage of dead weight (the whole of which ts engaged), thus effecting a material saving to shippers of gold and all other freight, as regards insurance, besides en- suring the quickest and most eligible opportu- nity Siat will be offering for some months to come. Her thoroughly ventilated, magnificent, and capacious cabins cannot be surpassed. She*car ries an experienced Surgeon, and the Stew- ard's wife will attend upon lady passengers dariag the voyage. Cabin plans may be seen at the Exchange ; also at th...
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Monday, Jnne 21. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under :-: Monday, Jnne 21. For Great Britain, per Anglia, to Ceylon and Over- land, this day, at 11; per Charlotte Jane, to &nbsp; London, Thursday, July 1st. For East Indies and China, per Anglia, to Ceylon and Overland, this day, 21st, at 11. For Victoria, per Duke of Cornwall, Selma, Hiron- delle, and Pünch, to Melbourne, this day, at 11; &nbsp; per Amber, to ditto, this day, at half-past 3; &nbsp; per Queen of Sheba, Wednesday, 23rd, at 11. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide: Monday, June 21, 1852. THE FAILURE OF VOLUNTARYISM IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 21 June 1852
The Morning Chronicle Adelaide ; Monday, June 21, 1852. THE FAILURE OF VOLUNTARYISM IN SCOTLAND. IT is a remarkable fact that just after the disruption of the Church of Scotland had caused the erection of 700 or 800 new places of worship, and the settlement of some 800 or 900 new clergymen by the new secession, it should have been found necessary to make a strong effort to overcome the grow- &nbsp; ing heathenism of the land. In the north the Earl of Aberdeen had headed a move- ment for this object, and at Glasgow the Duke of Argyle had presided over a great meeting for a similar purpose. Both of these noblemen had arrived at a similar conclusion. The population of Scotland has doubled in the last 60 years. It has therefore far outgrown the means of religious instruction provided by the establishment, and notwithstanding the efforts of voluntary churches, they had not made up the de- ficiency. His Grace explained the failure of the voluntary principle, by the fact that a vol...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
ENGLISH NEWS. FAMILY COLONIZATION LOAN- SOCIETY. -A public "group meeting (as it was styled io tne printed notices) of the emi- gration proceeding in the Mariner, and others interested in emigration," was held on "Wednesday night in a large building denominated the *' Royal British Institu- tion," Tabernacle-row, Cowper street, City road. The bait was crowded by about two thousand persons, and if the kind of emigrants carried out under the auspices of the benevolent Mrs Chisholm is to be j udged of by thc appearance of those who were present, a large Dumber of respecta- ble tradesmen and mechanics of a superior class are leaving their homes in search of a better fortune in Australia. A considera- ble proportion consisted of well-clad and decent looking women, and the scanty plat lorm was as fall as it could bold of the friends of the Society, ladies and gentlemen. I and emigrants. T'be Earl of Shaftsbury ! took tbe chair about 25 minutes after tbe j time announced (seven o'clock), a...
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS. [Before Mr Justice Crawford.] Tuesday, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
SÜPRKME COURT. J CIVIL SITTINGS» I [Before Mr Justice Crawford.] j Tuesday. June 22. I j BAKEWSÍ-L T. CALTOK. j For the plaintiff, Mr Gwyune; for the defendant, I the Advocate-Gener «I. The plaintiff is landlord of the Brighton Hotel, 1 of whi, h defendant is proprietor. | i The rent in January last bpinç £50 in arrear, the ! ' detVvi Î:&lt;-Tit took plaintiffs bill, due on the 4th April, for £+-V and ¡roo. 9 to the amount of £5 I» the i ! end of January a distress was put in hy the : ! defendant. The goods were replevied. The bill ; has be?n paid, and the plaiutiff now sued fur a verdict in replevin. ? | j Mr Gwynne argued that there was an agreement . ¡ implied that the bill was taken in satisfaction of the | i debt. The expense of the replevin bond was f 2 19s 6d. Mr Hanson, in reply, denied the sgreement, and ; argued that the defendant's power of distress re- j mai P.ed in full force. ' His Honor observed that the taking of the bill j was of course a matter of «rcommoda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
LEDGERS, JOURNALS, &c., &c. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, CASH BOOKS, LETTER BOOKS, and every other description of ACCOUNT BOOKS, made to order, warrantad to be equal to any imported, on the shostest notice, by JNÜ. BRENTON, Gawler-place, Adelaide. Machine-Ruiing, Copperplate Pri nting Bookbinding, &c, &c NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS. THE Rate of CARTAGE between the Burra Copper Works and Port Wakefield, either way, will be THIRTY SHILLINGS PER TON during the months of June, July, August and September. Burra Copper Works, May 25, 1S52. THE UNDERSIGNED having taken the Iron Store, in King William-street, oppo- site Messrs. Hamilton and Henderson's, is pre- pared to STORE all kinds of GRAIN and FLOUR, at the Chamber of Commerce rates. CHAS. J. BARRY, New Corn Exchange. Adelaide, 3 let March, 1852. NOTICE. EDWARD FIRN HABER, Gold and Silversmith, RESPECTFULLY announces to Iiis friends and the puLlic, that he has jost returned' from Melbourne, and has recommenced his busines...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
SPIRITS ta bowl) "^«7» "'l^i. ' I ; Brandy, United l^n. nar ' . -;r-. ? ; ;¡ií _ v g-Uon O 7: 0? « .^J , Ditto, do. do., per. cue 1 O -0 .1 * ° ; I Ditto, Mandi's, per gah Ö 7 0 JO».;.:«?"' ! Ditto ditto per ease .. IO« t » ® Do. other brands per gal. « S 6 . 6 . Ditto, ditto, per case .1 O 0 . * 2 ® Bom (W.L) per gallon 0 5 6 » 4 0 V\ hiitky, ditto.. O **_ O-, r -J0O O Gin (Old lom) ditto.. 0. 6 O « * * Geneva; ber cass...... - O « O WINES - (duty pawl ¿í WT fort, per pipe ...... 35 O 0 ¡SO » O Ditto, per dusen. I O 0 1 15 O Sherry, per pipe ...... 30 0 O 40 Ditto, per dozen_.. O 18 O 1 8 o Cape, per pipe........' * none. Champagne, per dozen 1 15 0 3 0 0 Claret, ditto. 1 I «© - ' I 6 ,© Marsala, per pipe ..... 25 O O ^30 O O Ditto, TOT dozen. 0 18 O" i ST 'O POETEIS Taylor's per hhd.... ~\ Trueman's ....... t , ^ Q 5 15 0 Barclay Perkins' í Whiibraad's.J Ditto, per dozen. O 10 0 O il O Dublin ditto, per hhd .. 4 10 O 6 O O ALE-London bran OB, per hhd. 6 0 0 7 0 0 Bass's Borton, No...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
VICTORIA. We have files from Melbourne to the 17th instant. On the 16th a l»nd sale was commenced, which realised the fir~t dav £25,000. The loin lots bro-.ight from £300 to £1390. The suburban country land went at ¡rom £¡0 to £5^0 per acre. Maj-T Campbell had been appointed Prívale Sec-etsry to Governor Latrobe, and Captain Eeiktley ms appointed a Magis'rate. The Packhorse Escort sysieai was giving gre it satisfaction. Tiie Kev. Messrs Keppler, Svmons, and Dr. Backhaus were preaching at tue diggings. It was reported th:it there are 60,000 people at Bendigo. Forest Creek was nearly deserted. The Escort brought ou the 14th June, 18,539 ozs. of gold. j Another gold field was said to be discovered ¡ 8 miles from Melbourne. The rents in Melbourne were becoming per- fectly enormous. Tue mortality of the city was very great. ! Dr Thoruson had b^en elected Memher of Í the Legislative council by a majority oí 16L over Mr Alfred Clarke, the numbers being, for Dr Thomson 262 ; for Mr Clarke, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
FOR MRLBOURNE. To Sail without fail Thia Doy the f2itkt inst. THE fina well-known clipper brig LABP HARVEY, Capt. Hav, will sail for Mel- bourne ThU Day Thursday, and han moro for 20 or 30 tons of goods if «hipped immediately. She presenta an excel- lent opportunity for steerage passengers. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board ; or ts 23rd June. ON HAN!>.-HERRINGS in half-barrels, firkins and half firkins. May 26. HOUSE COAL AND PATENT FUEL. FOR SALE, by the Undersigned, in parcels to suit customers. W. YOUNGHUSBAND JUN. & CO., King William-street. ON SALE.-500 doz. Byass, Dunbar, and Marielle's Porter. A. L. ELDER & CO. T. REYNOLDS, Rundle-street. JOHXtt HARRIS, Opposite the Exchange. ON SALE. AT THE STORE of the Undersigned : 150 hhds. Best Porter 50 Do. Barton Ale ] 00 Do. Swinburne's Ale 50,000 No. 2 & 3 Clears Pale and Golden Sherries First-class Pert Wines Colville's Celebrated Whisky Rest London Gin West India Rum. TO PERSONS FORMIS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
RETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, PEBPOKKED AT THE "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, B.UNDLE-STBEET, WITH ACCURACY AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. FOR LONDON DIRECT. Under engagement with the South Australian Mining Association to sail on th» 20th June. THE well-armed fast-sailing frícale-built- ship, A I at Lloyds' for 13 Tears, - CHARLOTTE JANE, 750 tons, Alexander Laurence, commander, guarantees to take not more than two-thirds her register tonnage of dead weight (the whole of which is engaged), thas effecting a material saving to shippers of gold and all other freight, as regards insurance, besides en- suring the quickest and most eligible opportu- nity that will be offering for some months to come. Her thoroughly ventilated, magnificent, and capacious cabins cannot be surpassed. She car- ries an experienced Surgeon, and the Stew- ard's wife will attend upon lady passengers during the voyage. Cabin plans may be seen at the Exchange ; also at the offic...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
-T MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Monday, June 21. * Present-All the members except Alderman Camming. COLLECTOR OF RATES. I Mr Latter's sureties not being satisfactory, j he was allowed till next meeting (this day) to j propose others. It was resolved, 01 the motion of Alderman Solomon, seconded by Alderman j Shirwin, that no member of thu Council bo eligible as surety for the performance of duties I by a servant of the Corporation. TREASURER, A letter of acceptance by Geo. Tinline, Esq., with the assurance of his best services in that capacity was received with great applause. RESIGNATION OF ALDERMAN CUMMING. The following is a copy of Alderman Cum- ming'. letter resigning hts seat: "Adelaide. June 17,1852. '* To the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors of th* City of Adelaide. " Gentlemen -I hereby resign my teat as Alderman and Councillor for Robe Ward, in the Municipal Council of the City of Adelaide, " I have the honour to ba. Gentlemen, " Your most obedient servant. - PETER CUMMING?* A conside...
MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
ME i BOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. Farther advices have teen received from home, ! of a favourable nature, regarding some of the earlier i shipments of gold, which induced ntaay parties to ' operxte to a considerable extent. This bad the [ etfect of raising tbe price, which no doubt will re 1 main at or near the closing quotation for the week, mid fresh ari ¡vals, with additional capital, force it higher, which mar be expected soon. Many par- ties have expressed their astonishment at so little 1 gold being offered for sale, iu coinjwrison to the . quantity arriving. This may be easily accounted i ¡ot-, by t!ie fist that the diggers are now men of capital, tr oui che very great success that has at tenoed their labours, and they do not feel disposed "to sell amit," as they say, :'the Rothschilds come out ;'' stating further, that *. the gold costs them uothing io keep ir, sud they will hold until it rises to its highest rate." So long as this impression ' continues, it is not to be expected t...
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPISO. THE SCHOONER" FAVORITE."-As no intelligence hat been received op to this tla'e respecting the Faeorite. schooner, Capt. Stericker, there is every probability that come serions accident bas occurred, and though it would be premature to say that she is lost, yet the public may be anxious to know the names of those on board, and other particulars as far as can be ascertained. The Favorite left Port Phillip on the 9th ult, with Sir Montague Chapman, M. Featherston, Miss E. Fry, Mr A. W. Wollaston, Mr Peppers, Mr J. M. Smyth, Lieutenant Fitzger- ald, and Capt. Kersopp, cabin passengers, together with several in ¿he steerage. She had on board about 2000 ozs. of gold on freight, besides a large amount belonging to Capt. Kersopp, Mr Smyth, and Mr Peppers. Letters having been received in Sydney, directed to Capt. Stericker, dated the 1 Uh nit., and her having been in comnanv with the Bandolón the 15tb, and Bighted bj the Margaret and Marp, and Spencer, to tho westward...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The papers to the 12th, record two murders, one of a Mrs Glover, whose body was found in &nbsp; a room of her house in Frankin-street, Laun- &nbsp; ceston, in a shockingly mutilated state. John Castles, for the wilful murder of W. Hibbert, was ordered for execution. 84 out of 120 female prisoners by a convict ship had been hired the first day of arrival.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
NEW SOUTH WALES. We hare news from Sydney to the 10th &nbsp; &nbsp; June. &nbsp; THE ALBURY AND MITTA GOLD FIELD.— &nbsp; The Rev. Mr Clarke is exploring this goldfield, &nbsp; and reports favorably of its extent and produc- tions. The gold is the richest yet found, &nbsp; The quantity of gold received in Sydney &nbsp; from the interior on June 3, was 4,213 ozs., &nbsp; nearly the whole of which came from the Turon &nbsp; (Sofala.) &nbsp;
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under:— Thursday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mails will be despatched as under: Thursday, June 24. For Great Britain, per Anglia, to Ceylon and Over- land, this day, at half-past 3 ; per Charlotte Jane, to London, Thursday, July 1st. For East Indies and China, per Anglia, to Ceylon, this day, 24th, at half-past 3. For Victoria, per Hirondelle and Duke of Corn- wall, to Melbourne, this day, at 11 ; per Lady Haraey, ditto ditto, at half-past 12; per Flash, to ditto, on Friday, 25th, at 11 ; per Margaret Brock, ditto ditto, at half-past 12.