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Tuesday, August 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
Tuesday, August 24th. Edvard William Grey was fined 5s for allowing a goat to stray in Wakefield-street. An iiifjrmaiiori against Joseph Cromie for allow- ing a ferocious dog to go at large, was dismissed. An information against Samuel Stockwell, for allowing dirty water to run over the footpath from his premises, was dismissed. Heinrich Ronge was ficed 5s for a similar offence. Thomas Hodgson was fined 15s for depositing a dead horse in North-terrace. George Parnell was fined 5s for allowing three goats t9 go at large in Gover street. George Dean. Catherine Duffy, and Sydney Crawford, were severally fined 5s for riding and driving on the footpaths Richard Silver, charged with assaulting Police Sergeant Haynes, with intent to murder him, was remanded on bail to the following Monday. Wednesday, August 25. F. S. Bollon was fined 5s for riding on the foot- path.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.-rt is requisite to ensure attention to any contributions, that the name and address of tba writer should accompany them. If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the public, we will keep their secret, bat to guarantee their good raith they must be known to ns. TLe CENTRAI. BO A ED OP EDUCATION, and other articles, are held over to giv« room for the im- portant Foreign and Colonial News. 1
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, August 35, CRIMINAL SIDE (LIMITED JURISDICTION). [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, August 35, CEWHAJa SIDE (HUTED JURISDICTION). PHILPS T. BASSTNGTHWAITÏ-Action for assault. Mr Smith for the plaintiff, and Mr Wearing for defendant. On the application of Mr Wearing, the case was adjourned till Monday next. CoTTKKix. y. CORNISH-This «as an action for assault. It appeared from the evidence that a dispute arose concerning 6d, which caused defendant to commit an assault apon comp'ainant. Defendant was fined 10s for the assault, and £1 for costs. CIVIL SIDE. BAKES V. ELLET-For £S 5s, price of a ton of hay delivered to the defendant. Mr Walker for plaintiff. The defendant denied having received the amount of hay claimed by the plaintiff, excepting 12 cwt. 3 ors. lu lbs., which, at Ss 3d per cwt, would amount to £2 2s 3d. Verdict for plaintiff £2 15a 3d.
MELBOURNE MARKETS.—AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
MELBOURNE MARKETS.-AUGUST 14. The passing of the new Tariff Kill has been the chief subject of interest in the mercantile world during the week. It came into operation this morn- ing. For 6ome days prenions most of the wine and spirit merchants busied themselves in taking rum oat of bond, which they did in large quantities, the receipts at the Custom House for the few days ranging from £8.000 to £12,000. The duty on ram is now 7s, brandy the same, tea 3d per lb, sugar exempt. The markets genarsily have not been character- ised by many transact ons worthy of note. The transactions in timber have been very great, and the demand still continues. Several cargoes from Van Diemau'e Land have been sold privately at 30s per 100 feet, which price is readily given by the trade. Deals have also participated in the same advance ; these are chiefly in the hands pi one holder, who has the market almost entirely under his control, and consequently asking any price he chooses. The first arrival fro...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of ike ADELAIDE MoRK ING CHRONICLE is forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arrangements are made there to secure a large and general sale all over the Diggings. The Paper becomes thus a most desirable medium of intercommunication for the Diggers and their friends at home. , Adcertisements, Notices, Messages, §c, for insertion in the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday, evening, in each meek. j MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, I August 26, 1852. j
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT IMPOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
ADELAIDE PRICE CÜBRENT IMPOSTS. Corrected up to 4th o * August, 1852. SPIRITS (in bond) £ m d Cad Brandy, United Vin. per 6;JJ&lt;m. 0 12 0 O 12 O Ditto, do, do., per. case 10 0 I 12 0 Ditto, MortelTa, per gaL 0 12 0 OOO Ditto, ditto per case .. 1 10 0 1 12 O Do. other brands per gaL 0 IO O 0 . O ! Ditto, ditto, per case .. 1 5 0 8 0 Barn (W. I.) per gallon 0 4 6 OOO W buky, ditto. 1 2 0 0 0 O Gin (Old Tom) ditto.. 0 8 0 0 9 0 Geneva; uer case. OOO OOO WINES - (duty paid) - Port, per pipe. 48 0 0 55 0 0 Ditto, per dozen. 1 50 200 Sherry, per pipe. J5 o 0 40 0 O Ditto, per dosen. 14 0 1 12 O Cape, per pipe. "one. Champagne, per dozen 2 O 0 3 0 0 Claret, ditto. 15 0 l 10 o Marsala, per pipe. OOO OOO Ditto, oer dozen ...... OOO OOO PORTER Taylor's per hhd-... *\ Trueman's ........ f Barclay Perkins« .. > 5 15 0 6 6 0 Whitbread's.J Ditto, per dozen. 0 12 0 OOo Dublin ditto, uer hhd .. 4 15 0 OOO ALE-London breñas, per hhd-. 7 0 OOo Bass's Barton, Ko. 3 .. 8 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled,...
LITERATURE AND ART. BENJAMIN DISRAELI. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
LITERATURE AND ART. BENJAMIN DISRAELI. Benjamín Disraeli was born in London j December, 1805, and is son of the author of the " Curiosities of Literature." At the age of eighteen be visited Germany, and on returning to England published, while yet a minor, his first work, called " Vivian Grey." In 1826 he visited Italy and Greece, and was in Albania daring the civil war. He passed the winter of 1829-30 in Constantinople, and in the spring travelled in Syria, Egypt, and Nubia. Re- turning to England in 1831, he found the nation in all the excitement of the Reform agitation. Anxious to obtain a seat ia Parliament, entertaining a Tory-party hatred of the Whigs, then in the ascendant, and not naturally illiberal, Disraeli deter- mined to consult the temper of the times ; and, accordingly, in becoming a candidate for the borough of Chipping Wycombe, he put forward a strong case against the Whigs, in the form best calculated to secure the suffrages of the Radical party, i to whom he had o...
THE OPEN COLUMN. "Audi alteraiu partem." REGULATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE. To the Editor of the LIOBKING CHROSICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alteraiu partem." REGULATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE. To the Editor of the LIOBKING CHROSICLE. bili.-lt has somewhat surprised me that ihe " Regulations for the Public Service," which appeared in last week's (razette, have not been noticed by some gentlemen of the press, for they are certainly not among the j least important signs cf the limes. Although the actions of our Governor have not been at all time* popular; still, when he does propose some measure beneficial to the community, he ¡ is entitled to our praise. Now, in this instance, I he h-*s set an example to all rulers, by pre I ferring the claims of merit to tho^e o' interest. I None but those properly qu dified will in j future be eligible fir Government situations, whatever inteie^t they may have i:i the colony. This is fair, both towards those who seek such situations and towards the public, who may now expect that their servants will be men I competent to discharge the duties they have to I perfo...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ARRIVAL OF THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM COMPANY'S AGENT. - The Agent of ihe Company, Capiaia Doutty, bas arrived at King George's Sound. The Albany correspondent of the Perth Gazette, writes as follows: "Albany, Ju'.y 12, 1852. " It being out of the usual course of oc- currences at Albany to have merchant vessels arrive here direct from England, it is with much pleasure I send you information of the arrival of three ships laden with coal, chartered by the Royal Mail Steam Company. Captain Doutty, the Company's Agent for this place, has arrived as a passenger, he is also appointed Lloyd's Agent. The first steamer may be ex- pected about the 25th instant. " The ship William Stecenson, 806 tons, T. William«, master, from London, March 3, arrived the 3rd instant. Pas-enters-Captain Doutty, Master Doutty, Clayton Howard, Esq. Cargo-1050 tons coals, 50 casks bottled beer, 2*1 deals, K. M. S. Company. "The ship American, 860 tons, C. Leisk, master, from London, 12th March, arriv...
VICTOKIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
VICTO KIA. A LOCAL MINT.-A special ojeeiing of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce was held on the 1 Uh instant, to receive a minute from Mr Westgarth on lhe subject of a Colo- nial Mint. The document is too lon* for re- publication in our columns, but we give Mr Westgarth's " conclusions,"-the practical sub- stance ot the entire minute: " 1. The establishment of a local Mint is ad- vantageous and desirable, more particularly in the present condition of the colony, as rearards the pressure occasioned by its sudden and im- mense export, and the inadequate extent of the import account to accomplish the requisite exchange. " 2. The Mint should levy a moderate charge, sufficient to defray its expenses ; because no charge at all, or only a nominal chirge, would entail an unnecessary expense and la- bour for extensive coinage of gold, to be used for purposes of export. " ö. iNotwitnstanding the enormous gold produce of Victoria, and the marked effects of a local Mint ia enhancing the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN A IA. ITS BRANCHES, PKKFO&MKO AT TBK "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCDKACT A ITO DKBRITCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. TO SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AND OTHERS. F. S. GRAY, ' SHIP AND COMMISSION AQJEN1\ 68, Flinders-street Whar^-iielbparncj IS PREPARED to receive Merchandize and Produce of all descriptions for Sale, and the proceeds can be remitted in Gold or otherwise. Passages procured in the First Vessels to any of the neighbouring Colonies, or England. Gold bought and likewise transmitted to all parts of the world. Melbourne, July 1852. Reference-A. Murray, Esq. FOR SALE. THE fine fast-sailing barge GOVERNOR WALLAH, 100 tons burden, rigged as a fore and aft schooner. This \easel is well found in sails, furniture, and ground tackle, and now lies ready equipped for sea. Apply to RD. TAPLEY, Agent, [Port Adelaide. Aug. ll, 1852. " MARTIN LUTHER," FOR LIVERPOOL. THIS magnificent and fast Sailing ship, 134-1 tons per register,...
The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Thursday, August 26, 1852. "This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise" the public, may speak free."-Euripides. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
The Morning Chronicle Adelaide ; Thursday, August 26, 1852. Thi's is true liberty, when free-born men. &nbsp; Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. GOLD IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE scarcely know whether to congratulate or condole with our readers on the fact, now all but satisfactorily established, that a Gold Field promising to prove exceed- ingly rich, has been discovered within twenty miles of Adelaide. We will, there- fore, do neither in this hour of excitement. At present we will simply state the facts of the discovery, leaving speculation on its probable conséquences for a cooler moment. The first intimation of the discovery reached Adelaide on Monday. It was brought by Messrs Chapman and Hampton, &nbsp; who, on that day, lodged a claim with the &nbsp; Colonial Secretary to the reward of £1000 promised for the discovery of a profitable Gold Field in this colony. In support of their claim they exhibited about 1 lb. of gold, including a nug...
LOCAL AFFAIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE,-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 3,545 ozs. ll dwts. 12 gr»., which, valued at £3 11s per oz, amounts to. £12,586 15 10 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz... £974,437 5 0 gives a present total of . £987,024 0 IO DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. A 2761, 2795, 2799. 2817, 2844, 2885, 2846, V 2848, 2849, 2859, 2860, 2861, 2862, 2863, 2914, 2915, 2916, 2917, 2918, 2920, 2921, 2922, 2923, 2924, 2864, 2865, 2870, 2871, 2872. 2873, 2974. 2875, 2958, 2722, 2723, 2847, 2876, 2877, 2890, 2891, 2893, 2894, , 2895, 2897, 2699, 2926, 2929, 2930, 2931, 2932, 2933, 2934, 2936, 2938, 2941, 3942, 2943, 2944, 2945, 2946, 2948, 2950, 2951, 2956. Union Bank of Australia,-Nos. 2559, 2819, 2919, 2866, 2867, 2959, 2724, 2868, 2878, 2879, 2880, 2892, 2925, 2927, 2928, 2935, 2937 , 2940, 2949, 2952, 2953, 2954, 2955. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 2805, 2806, 2...
POLICE COURT. Monday. August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
POLICE COURT. Monday. August 23. Daniel Ryan was fined 5a for being drunk, and &nbsp; 10s for assaulting Police-Constable Duffy. Joseph Attwell, charged with assaulting John Ind, on Saturday night, at the Victoria Inn, Hind ley-street, was remanded. Henry Baker, who had been convicted at the Supreme Court of forging a cheque, and subse- quently placed in the Lunatic Asylum, was charged with being unlawfully at large on Sunday after- noon. His behaviour in Court sufficiently proved unsoundness of mind, but Sergeant Haynes alleging that the asylum was not a place of safe custody, his Worship remanded the prisoner to gaol for a week.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 19. LAUD SALE.-The following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 23rd of September, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit id per cent.: TOWN SECTIONS. County Hindmarsh, Township of Port Elliot. Lot. Sec. E. p. Price. £ s. 1 I 1 12 26 0 2 2 I ll 25 IO 13 13 1 23 31 10 14 14 1 12 26 0 15 15 ll 20 10 16 16 U 36 18 0 33 33 0 32 IC 0 41 4) lo 20 0 42 42 IO 20 0 43 43 1 0 20 0 44 44 10 20 0 45 45 IO 20 0 4&lt;5 46 10 20 0 47 47 IO 20 0 43 48 IO 20 0 49 49 1 U 20 0 50 5Ü iO 20 0 51 5t IO 20 0 .12 52 1 0 20 0 67 67 1 0 20 0 «8 68 0 32 I« 0 SUBURBAN SECTIONS. Count j Adelaide, Suburban to Gawler Town, Hun- dred of Barossa. Plan 128. 3810 3812 5990 5991 5992 5993 6922 «923 «397 6692 5611 6393 ?394 ?924 6391 6392 3020 3023 3038 3039 3042 3043 3083 3'84 3832 3033 3054 3055 3056 1032 3035 3036 60 116 635 92 86 85 «0 80 79 82 112 77 3*5 76 81 68 SO 116 635 92 86 85 80 80 79 r-2...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 26 August 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AB Bl TKO. August 22--Her Majesty's Government schooner Eleanora, Lient. Helpman, R.N., commander, from King George's Sonad 1st Aagust. Passengers -The Loid Bishop of Adelaide, the Rev. Ur, Brady, and the Rev. Dr. Goyle. / August 23 -The brig Mary Clarke. J. Bickers, from Melbourne 16th August. Passengers-Messrs Edwards, Smith, Hammond, Brook, Emery, Humble, Fara, Hobler, Bishop. Harris, Martin, Layland, Johnston, Hodgen, Ward, 2, West, Martin, Cox, Richardson, Williams, Park, Buckley, Joy, Neal, Gills, Cullen, Allen, Cameron, Bowrie, Edward, I McCrachen, Plunkett, Duncan, Robertson, Edwarde, 2, Piene, Spence 3, McGaney, Boney, McNamara, Tanner, Hayes, Mayer, Pool, Milroy, Moran, McKenzie, Asher, Boss, Mather, Whiten, Brown, Mather, Killey, Bryan, Besdale, Perry 2, Lime, Too kay, Robertson, Manson, Balan d, McDonald, Bearor, Anderson, Bayley, Organ, Tanner, Jamie- son, Johnston 2, and Hay, in the steerage. Same day-The brig Lady Harvey, Hay, from Melbourne 16t...