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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
To Timber Dealers, Builders, Carpenters, Dairymen, Sîorektepcrsi &c. MESSES SAMSON, vi Ï.CKSÏEED & CO. are instructed (hy the Trustees for Sale) to sell by auction at their Mart, Bindley street, Adelaide, on Tuesday the 7th day of September next, at 12 o'clock precisely, a most eligible Freehold Property, situate at North Adelaide, adjoining Mr Hearne's Brewery in Melbourne-street oil the West, and fronting 52 feet 6 inches into Melbourne-street, with, a depth of 270 feet to a 30 feet Road run- ning into Jerningham street, and having a further right of Road to Mackinnon Farade. I The Land c imprises about One-third of an 1 Acre, and the Buildings consist of a large Timber Shed, 80 feet in length (easily converted into Workshops or Stabling, &c.,j Office, Sawpit, and Shed, and a substantial unfinished Dwelling-house, the whole having been care- fully arranged by the owner, and being adapted to any purpose requiring ample space and convenience, t* The present o...
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, September 2. For Great Britein per steamer Chusan. to India and . Overland, expected about the 5th instant; per steameer Australian, expiated about the 25th instant ; and per Martin Lather, to Liverpool. For Sydney and New Zealand, per Golden Spring, to Sydney, on Monday, 6th. For Victoria, per Mary Clarke and Amicus, this day, af ll; per Lady Harvey, this day, at half-past 12; per Orpheus^aud CAat&am, Friday,. 3rd, at "ll; and per Golden Spring, Monday, 6th. For Western Australia, per Chusan and Australian as above For the Cape of Good Hope, per Australian, as above. For East Indies and China, per Chusan, as above.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. An net 30-The brig Ulrica, 815 tons, Stone, I from Glasgow. Passengers-Mr and Mrs Ferguson, in the cabin ; Mr and Mrs Thomson, Messrs. Chai mers, Scott, McNab, Turner, Furguson, Ross 2, Donaldson, Mitchel), Lone 4, Leckie, Hendry 2, Carruthers, Ferguson, Smith, Taylor, Mason; Edgar, I Ross, McUafne, Stewart. Nicol, Ma leo m, Grey, Wilson, White, Gray, Gourlay, Kydd, McCormick, Anderson 5, Thomson 2; Wallace, Murray 5, Stewart 1 Wight, Nichol, Heatlie, Gunn, Walker, Russel, Wilkie 2, Arnot, Taylor, Paterson, Thomson, and I Murray, in the steerage. Same day-The schooner Packet, 190 tons, Thompson, from Singapore. IMPOSTS. Cargo per Ulrica-100 tons pig iron. Elder & Co.; 3 bales, Beck ft Co; 16 casks. Colville; S bales, Elder & Co.; 100 casks bottled beer, 20 linds, 15 half-hhds ale, Younghusband & Co.; 30 crates, Stilling & Co.; 35 boxes pipes, Beck & Co; 6 boxes. Cumming & Sons ; I box, I baie, Crocker &a...
THE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
THE PRICE uF BREAD. SIE,-The efforts of the Earl of Pembroke and ike English Government will be eel at nought in their endeavours to promote emigra- tion to this colony if bread is to be maintained at 3;d to 4d per lb. (rather more than double the price they were charging in England ac- cording to the last advice«). Whether this arisis fr«m inability to support our population or from monopoly, the effect in England will b ? the same in the mind of the poor mau, he will hesitate lief »re he exchanges his cheap loaf for a dear one. Now that tire interest of money ts lik-ly to rule low, thia sta'e cf things may be checked by oar capitalists firming a company, and entering into competition with i the millers and bakers ; they would secure a I handsome profit and greatly benefit lh&lt;s poor of the colony. By your advocacy of tb s most I important matter, you will con .er a great benefit I mt f>Vf>rv nnnr nftrsnn iii».«» aud on. Sir. Your obedient strvaot, N. J.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOU> ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, vas 1,296 ozs. 10 dwts. Itt grs^ * which, valued at £3 Ils per oz, amounts to. £4,602 14 2 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,006,437 ll 0 gives a present total of.£1,011,040 5 2 DELIVERY OP GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our mst : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 2957, 3022, 3024, 3025, 3026, 3029, 3071, 3072, 3073, 3074, 3075, 3077, 3079, 3081, 3082, 3083, 3084, 3100, 3101. 3103, 3104, 3105, 31Ö7, 3108, 3111, 3093, 3096, 3097, 3023, 3125, 3134, 3135, 3136, 3138, 3189, 3*47, 3148, 2766, 3102, 3110, 3112, 3114, 3115, 3116, 3117, 3120, 3130, 3140, 3146, 3203, 3201, 3205. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3976, 307«, I 3080, 3194, 3095, 3098, 3099,' 3106, 3109, 31*20, 3137, 2696, 3085, 3087, 3113, 312í, 3122, 3118, 3119. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 3054, 3060, 3061, 3062, 3063, 3064, 3065; 3066, 3067, 3Ü68, 3369, 3070, 3133, 3131, 3132. GOVERNMENT LAND SAL...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MORN- ING CHRONICLE ts forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arrungetnents 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. Advertisements, Notices, Messages, Qc, for insertion in ihe Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, August 26, 1852.
The Morning Chranile. Adelaide; Thursday, September 2, 1852. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. THE FIRST DAY OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
Adelaide ; Thursday, September 2, IS52. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. THE FIRST DAY OF THE SESSION. THE severest labour of our representatives yesterday consisted in listening to the able ! and conciliatory address of his Excellency. Other occupation they had none, excepting of a pro forma or preliminary character. They met, exchanged recognitions, received her Majesty's representative, and bis message, with becoming respect, sounded the note of preparation for legislative toil, and dispersed to prepare themselves for the morrow's duties. The chief duty of to-day is to concoct a suitable Reply to the Address they heard yesterday; aDd we can only hope that, catching the spirit of that Address, they will express themselves with as much candour, comprehensiveness, and dignity. We regret that we have not space to comment at length upon the Governor's speech, nor to express with any degree of fulness the pleasure we ...
RECEIPT OF NEWS OF THE BULLION ACT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
RECEIPT OF NEWS OF THE BULLION ACT IN ENGLAND. WE are indebted to Mr W. Lang for a copy of the Morning Chronicle of June 1st, in the City Article of which we find the follow- ing notice of this colony, and of the passing of the Bullion. Act : There are further advices from Adelaide, which announce the arrival of Mr Herschel Babbage, who had been sent out by Earl Grey to undertake a mineralogical and geological survey of South Australia. The alleged dis- covery of gold within the colony is repeated, but not confirmed, and there was every reason to disbelieve the report. The colony is repre- sented to be suffering under great difficulties and pecuniary embarrassment, arising from increased emigration to the gold diggings at Victoria (Port Phdip). No less than from 9.000 to 10.000 male adults had left the colonv i in the short space of a few months. The revenue had, in consequence, fallen off to a I large extent, and a considerable reduction had i been obliged to be made ia the number ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLB-STREET, WITH ACCUKACY AND DISPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. TO SOUTH AUSTRALIANS AND OTHERS SHIP AND COMMISSION AGENT, 68, Flinders-street WËaff» ïïelbourae, IS PREPARED to receire 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. IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. FKErOKMBD AT *BB F. S. GRAY» " MARTIN LUTHER," FOR LIVERPOOL. THIS magnificent and fast sailing ship, 1341 tons per register, is now al the Light- ship, and will sail next week. Intending passengers will have facilities afforded for going on board to examine the accommodations, Plans of which can be seen at the office of the Consignee ; and Captain Kenney will attend daily at the office of the undersigned t...
THE OPEN COLUMN. "Audi alteram pastern." THE BOARD OF EDUCATIONS INDEX EXPURGATOAUS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Audi alteram partem." THE BOARD OF EDUCATIONS IX DEX liXPüRGATOÄUS. Sra,-Whether, as somebody singe, a "thing of beauty isa joy for ever," I cannot pretend to determine, bot I think I may venture ito assert that one portion of the report ot Ute Gawler-plaee Pleiades is quite unworthy bf " bodies celestial," however agreeable it Sway be to bodies of an oppesite description. "After long and patient investigation, ti-e Board of Education came to the unavoidable conclusion that there existed reasonable grounds for believing that the character of four of the applicants was not Mich as to justity them in granting the licence at present." In connexion with known facts the brazen im- pudence of this sentence is only equalled hy its complacent arrogance. Apparently, the " long time" was measured by lue time neces- sary for their own sweet voices to break the ninth commandment, and to assume the office of moral censors, at the eame lime abnegating the only righteous princip...
KDITOIUAL OPINIONS. SELF GOVERNMENT FOR THE COLONI S. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
KDITOIUAL OPINIONS. SELF GOVERNMENT FOR THE COLONI S. We rejoice to see that the truly alarming state of Australia has at last drawn to it the attention of the Government, and that an effort, however slight, is to be made to shake off the listless -apathy with whieh the question has been treated. It is some- thing to have obtained an admission from the Colonial Minister, that emigration alone is no adequate remedy, and that mere laissez faire can never arrest the disorganisation of a community trembling OQ the very verge of a dissolution, which, unless averted by some external forse, must infallibly take place. It is some- thing, also, to see the grievances of a re- mote dependency met in a careful and concilliatory temper, free from the arbi- trary and dictatorial spirit of Lord Stanley, or the narrow piques or prejudices which disfigured the administration of LordGiey. On this as on other occasions we have pleasure in recognising the gt od qualities of Sir John Pakington, whose of...
EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
EMIGRATION FROM ENGLAND. THE ample confirmation of the golden news from Australia, which every successive vessel takes to Britain, has at length aroused and arrested the attention of all classes in the mother country. Naturally eaougb, the first result is the production of an extensive and earnest desire to emigrate hither among the uneasy classes ;and of ac- tive benevolentefiorttoassistthemon the part of those who are more favoured by fortune. Associations are being formed to diffuse in- formation respecting the colonies, and to supply-funds to aid those who are too poor to emigrate unassisted. And already an immense stream of population has been directed towards these shores,-a stream which promises to deepen and widen as correcter notions and larger knowledge are diffused among the English people. As we in South Australia shall certainly get our fair share of the increase, after the firet and factitous attraction of the gold fields has subsided, it may be interesting to our read...
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, Auqust 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, Auqust 30. Capt. Freeling, Mr Giles, and Mr Chamber- lain, were prtsem. Claims for Compen'ation.-Mr Chamberlain regretted that the same rate of compensation had been allowed to Mr Ind ior his land on the Tone-is, as to Mr Hardy, but as the offer had been communicated, nothing c. aid be done to alter the previous decision of the Board. Mr Angas's claim for a higher »mount than ¿£25 per acre for part of ¡Section 474, near j Walkerville, was refused. Expenditure of Grants from the Latid Fund.-A farther advance of £-000 was au'hoii ed by His Excellency, which was or deiered to bc applied as follows :-Repairs on 1 the North Hoad, betwien Penny's corner and' Gepp's Cio-s, £500; Unley Koad, '250 ;North Eastern lioad, near the Maid aud Magpie, £200 ; Contingencies, ¿'50. j His Excellency intended also to grant £500 &nbsp; to improve the Great East Road from Ade- &nbsp; laide to the Onkaparinga gold fields. It was resolved to lay out half the sum i...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 2 September 1852
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The third Session of the Legislative Council was opened yesterday at noon, at the Council Chaaiber, in North-terrace. All the honourable members were present, excepting Captain Bagot and Mr Davenport. The Speaker read the Lieutenant-Governor's Proclamation, convening the Council; and laid on the table a numbîr of papers which had been addressed to hun during the recess. Frederick H. Dutton, Esq., hav.ng taken the oaths, took his seat as a member by nomination of h s Excellency the Lieutenant Governor. A short pause followed, during which Mr F. S. Dutton proposed, that the papers just laid upon the table should be read, to SH up time. The Council being informed that the papers were very voluminous, and related " merely to transportation," the motion found no seconder. His Excellency soon after entered, attended by bis Private Stcretary, the Surveyor-General, and Major Moore, and opened the Session by reading in an elegant and emphatic style, the following add...
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is f repared to receive Gold Dost for assay ander an Act No 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween the hours of IO a.m. and 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, most be brought to the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King William street, between the boura of IO a.m.,and 2 p.m., ou Taesdays and Fridays. 2. 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 briugiug such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book «be weight of the Gold, tbe 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 and smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book shall b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
l^'DIAÍí MATIING. GEO. p/ DEBNEY has on SALE a large qu/ntity of INDIAN" MATTING, Coloured a:id White, various widths. ZNGAS-STREET ACADEMY. AtfGAS-STREET ACADEMY, Conducted ' fey Mr JOHN MARTIN, late Catechist «nd Schoolmaster at Tungkillo, is open to the I children of artisans and others, where they imy oHtain a sound English Education, based ai Religious -Principles, j THE COURSE 0? TUITION, ;ïnc?odes Reading, Writing, Slate and Mental f Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, a nd History; also, to the more advanced pupils, ? will be taught the elements of Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Land Measuring, aud of the Natural Sciences. ! Terms, including tuition, the use of class reading books, pens and ink, School-room Maps, and of a small School Library, £1 5s per quarter, to be paid in advance. MOUNT BARKEß. TOBE LET for a term of years, the Home Farm of Glensloy, containing l06 acres, or thereabouts, of first-rate Agricultural Land. There is abundance of running water.through ou...
SHIP MAILS. Mondar, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mondar, September 6. For Groat Britein prr steamer Chutan, to Singapore Overland, daily expected ; per Royal Mail steamer Australian, expected about Che 25ta instant ; and per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. For Victoria, per Orpheus and Chatham, this day. For Western Australia, per Chusan and Australian as above. For the Cape of Good Hope, per Australian, as above. For East Indies and China, per Chusan, as above.