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EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

-V EUROPE. Lons NAPOLEON AND THE TURF.-Anxious to be considered a liberal patron of the turf, Louis Napoleon has resolved to honour all races at Paris and in the neighbourhood with his presence, and has caused splendid pieces of Sevres porcelain, of more or less value, to be added to the prizes He has done the same, too, for f great number of provincial races. He also intends, when his civil list, shall be settled, to establish a racing stud of his own, on an ex- tensive scale. PIRATES IN TIIE MEDITERRANEAN-The pirates are beginning to re-appear on the waters cf the Levant. They carry their audacity so far that they have actually come up clo:,e to tiie port of Smyrna in search of booty, which they have succeeded in carrying off safely in the v«ry teeth of an Austrian man-of-war. They take good care never to come near any vessels carrying the English, French, or Rus- sian flag, and attack only those from whom they do not apprehend reprisals. As the Aus- trian commerce suffers greatly...

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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. By the Australian we have English news to June 4th. Our latest papers are of the 2nd. .Parliament had adjourned for the Whitsun Holidays. The Militia Bill had gone through Committee in the House of Commons, bat it was thought it would be defeated on the third reading. Thc Masters in Chancery Abolition Bill had passed the Lords ; and several other enact- ments affecting the state of the Law were under consideration in both houses. A fatal accident took place in Liverpool on the 1st. of June. The Protectionist candidates for that borough, Messrs. McKenzie and Turner, were addressing a large number of auditors in thc Corn Exchange,-a new building-when the floor suddenly gave way, and three-fi "ths of the people were precipitated to a depth of 10 or 12 feet. Many were severely hurt, and some-but how many was not ascer- tained-were suffocated. Electric Communication between Eng- land and Ireland, by submarine telegraph, was completed on the evening of the 1st o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, PKBFORMKD AT TOT "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, B.UNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCURACY AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. TO SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AND OTHERS. F. S. GRAY, SHIP AND COMMISSION A&EN1\ 68, Flinders-street Wharf, Mettourac, 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 vessel is well found in sails, furniture, end ground tackle, and now lies ready equipped for 6ea. Apply to RD. TAPLEY, Agent, Port Adelaide. Aug. ll, 1852. " MARTIN LUTHER," FOR LIVERPOOL. THIS magnificent and fast sailing ship, 1341 tons per register, is now ...

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GOOD OR BAD? [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

GOOD OR BAD? JUST at present it ia impossible to say with positive certain'y whether the Onka- paringa Diggiogs will or will not prove re- munerative to workers. The probabilities are decidedly in favour of the affirmative j and thc great majority of our people jump to the conclusion that the indications must be verified. "The wish is father to the thought," no doubt, in most minds, in this instance as in many others. Well, assuming ! the correctness of the popular belief, that j we have in this colony a " magnificent G old Field," it may not bc useless to examine the question of effect. It may serve to moderate extravagance of joy, and to induce provident precautions. It must not be forgotten, that the colony had struggled through and overcome the mischiefs resulting from the discoveries of gold in New South Wales and Victoria. By dint of energy, prudence, and wise policy, we had attained a position, not merely nearly equal to that of the gold pro- ducing colonies, but we believe s...

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The Morning Cheranicle. Adelaide; Monday, August 30, 1852. Thia is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free.-Euripides. ARRIVAL OF THE "AUSTRALIAN STEAM-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

CJie 3Hanring (Ejjranirie. Adelaide ; Monda-/, August 30, 1852. *? Thia is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free.' -Euripides. ARRIVAL OF THE " AUSTRALIAN STEAM-SHIP. MANY of our readers will be startle! to hear that the long-expected steamer, the Australian, has come and gone. She reached the Light-ship yesterday morning at 7 o'clock and resumed her voyage last night. The Australian left Blackwall on the 1st of June, and Plymouth on the 4th. She brings a very valuable cargo, and upwards of £200,000 in specie, besides 180 passen- gers, of whom 48 are first class. Ten only of her passengers, and comparatively a small portion of her cargo, are for this port. Her crew were demanding an increase of wages yesterday, and it was feared they would become troublesome The Australian is a fine-looking vessel, 1400 tons bordeo, and worked by the screw. Having left so soon after the Omega, she does not bring much news of impor- tance. Some items, however, ...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The Sooth Australian Banking Company, Rank of Australasia, and Union Bank of Australia- - Issue Drafts on London, at 30 days' sight at Si per cent, discount. ¡ Bay Bills on London at 30 days' sight, at 7 per cent, discount. Adelaide, 10th August, 1852.

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. ABOLITION OF GBAND JURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. ABOLITION OF GRAND JURIES. It must be clear to any one who has   watched the administration of criminal law   in this country for the last ten years that   the machinery of the police court and the   petty jury is amply sufficient for the pro-   tection of any person accused of crime. Time was when the grand jury had a spe   cial significance. lt was an additional barrier interposed between the people and the Crown-between the expression of po- pular opinion and the exercise of arbitrary power. The formulae of "A true bill," or " Ignoramus" have figured in the history of this country in a manner which cannot be readily forgotten by the student or the statesman. One institution, however, serves its turn and is thrown aside, as ano- ther more in consonance with the spirit and the circumstance of the time is sub- stituted in its place. We have no longer occasion for a safeguard to our libe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 August 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. August 26 -The barque Grafstroom, Vanlessen, from Port Wakefield. In ballast. Angust 28-The ship Grasmere, 700 tons, Com- bell, from Liverpool, May 15. Passengers--J. R. German, Surgeon Superintendent, J. Malom, J. Walkem, H. Gunson, W. Crotter, W. and R. Fox, R. Lathum, A. Laing, O'Brien, and Miss Dillon, in the cabin ; Messrs. Lawson 2, J. and Mary Rut- ledge, Holden, Padman, Cuiness, Johnson, Dela- mere, Ninn, Kelly, Blur, Rodershars, Taylor, Mil- ler. Stocks, Devonshire, Holden, Roberts, More, 2, Brannan More, Barras, Nicholson, Mannerly, Wil- liams, Crier, Storey, Johnson, Sibb, Canter, Young   2. Bunatt, Sead, Banbridge, Turner 4. Cassie, Han- sen, Stubbs, Thompson, Scott, Sawes, Margaret, Adelaide, William, Alexander, George, Mary, Mar- garet. Robert, Matthew, George, Martha, Mary, Eliza, and Sarah Wilson in the intermediate; and 41 in the steerage. August 29 -Thesteam-ship Australian, 1400 tons, Hoseason, from Plymouth 4th June, a...

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ADELAIDE ORICE CURRENT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

!DELAll)EriiICE<îlIIlUEivî. SPTßITS {lB bond) * * ^ * * d Brandy, Dnltea Via. per gdkm . O iS 0 « 12 O Ditto, do. do., per. case I O O 1 12 O Ditto, Martelra, per gaL D 13 « OOO Ditto, ditto per case .. 1 10 O I 12 O Do. other brands per gal. 0 IO 0 OOO Ditto, ditto, per case ..ISO »80 Kum (W.L) per gallon 0 4 6 OOO Wbjskj,ditto_... l 2 O OOO Gm (Old lom) ditto.. O 8 O 0 9 0 betters, Berfa*»«...... OOO OOO WINES - {<Inty paw; _ _ -Port, per pipe. 48 0 0 £5 0 0 IJitto, per du sen_... ISO 2 0 O Sherry, per pipe ...... "25 0 O 40 0 O Intto, per dosen...... 14 0 I 18 Cape, per pipe. nona, Champagne, per dozen 2 O O SOO Claretjditto.. ISO I 10 Y O Marsila, per pipe. OOO o 0(0 Ditto, uer dozen ...... OOO OOO POUTER Taj lofs per hhd-... % Trueman's. / _ ... " Barclay PerkinB* f 5 15 ° 6 « . Whitbread'a.J Ditto, per dosen. O 12 O OOO Dublin ditto, per hhd .. 4 15 O OOO ALE!-London oran as, per hhd.. 7-0 OOO Bass's Burton, No. 8 .. 8 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled, per doa ,. OHO 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

TERMS Î £l 16s per annum, parable ¡a advance ; £* ondit. Gash tenu for Advertisements :-For one inch and under Ss, and la for each add hanna inch, each insertion. Printed and pabUsbed by Andrew Murray, «t tba Morning Chronicle Printing Office, finndle straet, Adelaide, Sooth Aaitràua,

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared to receive Gold Dost for assay under an Act Ko. 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the hours of IO a.m. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : - I. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King Williai street, between the hours of 10 a.rn., and 2 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays. i. No parcel of Gold less than twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon a parcel of Gold being presented at the office, the Government Assayer, or his aasistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing soch Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its receiyt, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed end smelted, is to be delivered to, or j to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

NOW PUBLISHED. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK FOR 1852. THIS is the tenth annual publication of this useful work, and the publisher confi- dently trusts that the reputation it has at- tained will be fully maintained by the present edition. The following is a summary of the con- tents : Eclipses in 1852 Signals at the Flagstaff. Statistics of the colony, comprehending a description of its boundaries, extent, and situation; the Range of Mountains, their situation and heights ; Exports and Imports ; Public Revenue and Expenditure; Land ccupied and cultivated ; Stock ; Population ; Births, Marriages and Deaths; Religion Education; Post Office; Lunatic Asylum; Government Hospital ; Public-houses ; Manu- factories; Convictions in Supreme Court; Drunkenness ; Fiats of Insolvency ; Regis- tered Voters; Banking Companies; Regu- lations for Sale of Crown Lands ; Pubb'c Works ; Public Debt ; Progress of Discovery; Acts of Council passed in 1^51 ; Tariff; Prices and Wages; Savings Bank; Mines; C...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN A.KD FLOUR MARKET. Wheat, 7s 3d Bread, 6|d per 2)b loaf Barley, English, 5s 6d per bushel of 50 lbs " Gape, 5s per bushel of 50 lbs Oats, 7s 6d Bran, 2s Pollard, 2s Hiiv, £3 to £3 10s per too Ftour. £27 to £29. There has been a decline in the price of flour this day, caused principally by some parties offering [ small lots for immediate sale. Grain remains finn at the above quotations. F CHAS J. BA BET. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. I August 28, 1852.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

1MP0ÜNDINGS. Impounded at the public pound, Section 3550, Langhorne Creek-One red poly cow, hole in both ears, like L near nbs, K near shoulder, fi off thigh ; one red and white poly cow, bald faced, no orand visible ; one yellow poly cow, star on forehead, white shoulder and belly - near ribs, fi near rump ; one yellow M Ö cow, wide horns, _ near ribs, üaear rump, M illegible brand of! rump, with a red bul calf; one don and white spotted heifer, shorthorns, about two years old, like WDS near romp ; one red and white spotted heifer, cock horns, about two years old, no brand; ons dark brindle stag, wide horus, like 03 off rib}, 2 off shoulder ; one red and white spotted stag,: star, no brand; «ne red steer, cock boms, H near rump; one dark brindle and white bul- lock, blaze down face, large widte horns^H P conjoined near and off ribs T> near shoulder, 2 I-ke O near rump; one large brown bullock, grey fae*, wide cock horns, «bite back and tail, like iorX near shoulder, yjr near rib...

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BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 1. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 1. 1852. Borras £127 to £128, cash, " ex dividend.'' Gold, t3 10s 6d, firm cash. Sovereigns, 2¿ per cent, premium. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, IO te 12£ per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, li per cent, on Borra Shares. Apply to J. F. ROSS, Broker.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, August 26. ?LASO SALE.-The following portions of Crown ?Land will be offered for «ale by public auction, at .the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 50th of September, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit IO per cent.: - SUBURBAN SECTIOS. .County Adelaide, Suburban to Gawler Town, Hun«, -dredof Munno Para. Plan 127. Lot. Sec. Acres. Price. £ 2799 3183 75 75 6957 3184 60 6b 6958 3I8S -56 56 6959 3187 91 91 6960 3188 80 -80 2800 3189 80 80 2801 3190 80 80 6961 3193 80 80 6401 8198 60 60 j {COOTtTBY BSCTXOX8. County Adelaide, South of Gawler Town, Hundred: of Munno Para. Plan 127. 6962 3186 114 114 4963 3247 30 90 County Hindmarsh, near Monnt Terrible Tjfeono - metrical station. Hundred of Myponga. / Pl*» 75. . f 6964 517 80 eÓ¡! 6965 543 79 79; 6966 545 7s 78^ 6967 546 60 80 I 6968 547 80 80 6969 548 80 «0 6970 549 80 80 6971 551 80 80 6972 552 80 8o 6973 554 80 80 6974 555 80 80 6975 556 80 80 6976 550 81 81 6977 562 80 80 6978 567 80 80 6979 5 8 80 80...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. GERALDINE MINING COMPANY:-A. Speeial Meeting of the Shareholders in this Company vas held on the 28th Joly, Mr G. Shenton in the chair. The Chairman having given a .- verbal report of the state of the aña irs of the Company, informed the meeting that the object of the Directors in calling them toge- ther, was for a most important parpóse. A short time since Mr Wills, the travelling agent of the English and European Copper Company, arrived here from Sooth Austra- lia, for the purpose of ascertaining whether any arrangement could be entered into with 't ie Geraldine Company for working the mine and smelting the ores. Further than furnish- ing that gentleman with every information respecting the mine, and intimating their belief that the shareholders would willingly meet his proposal, the Directors could do nothing ; as it required the formal assent of two-thirds of the Shareholders present at a meeting ' called for the purpose, to enable the Directors to enter into ...

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THE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

THE SISTER COLONIES. VICTORIA. In reference to the remarks made in Council lately about Government offering to remune- rate private parties, on certificate, who would undertake to repair parts of the Melbourne and Mount Alexander Roadi 1 can positively state that a «ell known road contractor of great energy and experience in these matters, from Adelaide, now extensively engaged in carriage traffic on the Mount Road, informed me a month before this discussion took place, that he could do nothing with the Government here at ill, owing to the ridiculous tel ms and conditions they offer, and expect to be carried out, in engaging w th them, therefore I hough willing to contract under ether circum- stances, he rather preferred declining al* together engaging with the Victorian Govern- ment: Mr Ross has been making and recording ob- servations on the weather at Forest Creek, and states that daring Jaly the number of fine days at 7 a.m. was 18, of rainy days at the same hour, 13. At noon th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS CONTBIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure attention to any contributions, that the name and address of the writer should accompany them. If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the public, we will keep their secret, but to guarantee their good faith they must be known to ns. A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN is referred to the preceding notice. His letter shall appear if he wi 1 comply with onr regulations. ENGLISH NEWS.- A mass of interesting English and Continental News is held over for want of room in our present issue.

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HIS EXCELLENCY'S BOUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852

HIS EXCELLENCY'S BOUNTY. Sis,-As a new-comer I felt naturally de- sirous to he present at tl.e opeuing of the Council lids-day, weere I was much gratified by the novelty <>f the scene as well as by the gentlemanly and dignified bearing cf our ex- cellent Liautenant Governor, and by hearing various measures enunciated by bis Excellency which will be particularly beneficial to this portion of Her Most Gracious Majesty's ]»o minions, wfiose honour and the wei tare of t.e p onie he so worthily maintains. But, air, yesterdey afternoon I » itnessed a ei^ht which made even a more pleasing impression than that of to-day, and I will ted you wiiat il was. I was waining on Not tb-terrace, and seeing five persons enter by lite front gate ff Govern, ment House, I enquired of an official the purport of their vUit. They, Sir, were wt members of tbe Council, nor the rich and great ot our colony, but the poor and needy aborigines, yet not those who had *' no belper," for ihey found one...

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