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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

1MP0ÜND1NGS. Impounded at the public pound, Section ' 284, Marden, near Payneham-One red bul- j lock, white belly, illegible brand like K near I rump ; one brown and white bullock, white 1 back, belly, and tail, illegible brand ofl rump like X, like > near shoulder, illegible brand near rump ; one yellow and white spotted bul- lock, like K near rump; one red bullock, white belly, like EL near rump; one red bullock, I white belly and flanks, like T off ribs ; one ' yellow and while strawbery bullock, near horn off, like R off rump; one chesnut horse, rope 7 and strap round the neck, long tail, illegible brand near shoulder like Q. If not claimed, I they will be sold September 27tb, 1852, at j noon. G. BOWKER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Thebarton -One dark bay filly, white streak down the ! face, long switch tail, blotch brand near shout- | der ; one dark bay colt, switch tail, no brands legible ; one bay filly, switch tail, no brands legible ; one dark bay filly, ...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AJD FLOUR HABEST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AJíD FLOUR HABEST. Wheat, 7s 6d Bread, SJ per 2lb loaf Barley, English, 5s 6d prr bnshel of 50 lbs - " Cape, 5s per bushel of SO lbs Oats, 7s 6d Bran, 2s Pollard, Ss ! Hav, £3 to £3 10s per ton Flour, £25 to £27. CHAS. J. BAEBT. New Corn Exckau^e, Grenfell'Street. Sept 4, 1852.

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POETRY. REWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

POETRY. REWARDS. Vor every leaf the loveliest flower, Which beauty sighs for from her bower-, For every star a drop of d»*w, For every sun a sky of blD>', For every heart a heart as true. For every tear by pity «Ired Upon a fellow-sufferer's head, "Ok « be a crown of glory given ; Such crowns as sai uta to g^in have striven, >uch'crowus as seraphs wear in heaven. For all who toil at honest fair«, A proud, a pure, a deathless name ; For all H ho love, wbo loving bless, Be life one long, kind close caress, Be life all love, all happiness.

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ROS S'S SHARE LIST. 2, ECHANGE COLONNADE, September 4. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ROS S'S SHARE LIST. 2, ÉCHANGE COLONNADE, September 4. 1852. Barras-£ 129, cash, buyers; £131, cash, sellers. Gold, 13 10s 6d, firm casb. Sovereig-na, 2¿ per cent, premium. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12i to 15 per cent, on Burra Shares at £100 each. Apply to J. F. ROSS, Uro ker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

Extensive Sale cf Land in J^etc/taten, at the North Arm. SOLOMON & CO. Have been instruc'ed to announce an Exten- I sive Sale of FIRST CLASS ALLOTMENTS, situated in the very best part of the Township, contiguous to that Magnificent Harbour THE NORTH ARM. The Sale will tike place at the City Auction Mart, on Monday, 6th of September, at 12 o'clock, Without reserre, And will comprise about 80 Allotments. These Allotments are fine Building flots, 52 ieetby 104. The Auctioneers call attention to the sale of this fine Property, situated in the Township contiguous to that magnificent Harbour, known as the North Arm, and being the only 6pr.t having sufficient water for the Steamers, which will doubtless make it the place to land their passengers and mails. The clearing the Bar will offer suoh facili- ties to vessels of heavy draught to come up, as must add very considerably to the value of property in this locality. Plans of the Allotments may be seen, and all further particulars k...

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VESSELS EN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

VESSELS EN HARBOUR. Anna Dixon, brig, 189 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne 18th July. Apollo, CHfcter, 44 tons, Wise, from Hobart Town, June 25. Anne, brig, 200 tons, Hamblin, from Melbourne, Joly 9. Augustus, barque, laid np for repairs. Amiens, schooner, Berthean, from Melbourne Bandicoot, schooner, 70 tons. Frazer, from Port Port Fairy, Port Lincoln, and Tanby Bay. Barbara Gordon, barque, 337 tons, Lilley, for Melbourne. Chatham, barque, 4G7 tons. Copeland, fro ai Dept- ford and Plymouth, March 16. Cireasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, from S wa- ses. City of London, barqne, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Candahar, ship, 909 tons, John Goss, from Mel- bourne, July IO. Coromandel, ship, 766 tons, Poole, from London - ria Melbourne. Daphne, schooner, 55 tons, Smith, from Circular Head July 17. Edward, ship, T. M. de Winter, from Swansea, 16th March. Epaminondas, thip, 1171 tons, H. H. Kerr, from Liverpool. I FAeauora, schooner, Lient. Helpman, E.N, from King George's Sound. Ferd...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

MXTÎÏÎCIPAL COÜNCI¿\ Tkur*day, September 2. Absent-Messrs Paxt ~n and Solomon\ Finances.-Payments for the week \nded Ausrust 31 st, £312 9s lld. Rectvuts, £99 2s lld. Balance in hand, £185 10s ô\ ! Streets, Roads, and Bridges.-The reportpf the Committee stated that the waterway ard kerb ii Morphett-street, recently complétée, was being backed np ; that Hindley an4 Rundle-slreet had been partially cleaned, the sewer grates kept free, and crossing-places I kept in order, as well as in King W iliiam, Grenfell, and Currie-streets ; that the gra- velling of footpaths in Rundle, Polteney, and O'Connell streets was finished ; that the formation and repairs of footpaths and water- ways were in progress in several other streets, and upon the Park Lands at North Adelaide and near the Hospital, but that the work had been mach retarded in consequence of the un- favourable weather. Repairs were recom- mended in Finniss-street and on the north ßide of the road. Estimated expense, £A 10s. lteeeive...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AHOHTHOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure attent'on to any contributions, that the same and address of tba 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 us. OMISSIONS.-We regret to have to apologise con- stantly for omissions of important articles, which for lack of space we are compelled to postpone to our next publication. This is the case to-day, with an article on the Land Fund, a quantity of Local News, and Tarions other matters whick we wished to publish. It is owing to mechanical deficiencies, which can scarcely be overcome in the present state of the labour market. THE ASSAY OFFICE.-Mr Babbage bas favoured us with an important letter in reference to the guarantees against fraud and loss afforded in the Assay. Office. We regret that the unusual de " mauds upon our space will not allow us to use it in this issue. It will, ...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. DEUTEEY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Ncs. 3088, 3089, £091, 3092, 3141, 3142, 3143, |3144, 3151, 3152, 3153, 3154, 3156, 3158, 3160, 3161, 3163, 3164, 3165, 3159, 3190, j 3191, 3194, 3195, 3199, 3169, 3171, 3181,1 3186, 3196, 3201, 3202, 3219, 3220, 3221, 3222, 3223, 3224, 3225, 3226, 3227, 3228, 3231, 3232, 3233, one lot on account of the Local Government, 3157, 3172, 3174, 3175, 3177, 3170, 3180, 3183, 3189, 3197, 3200, 3206, 320T, 3208, 3209, 3211, 3212, 3235, 3238. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 2961, 3090, 3145, 3150, 3168, 3192, 3178, 3230, 3173, 3176, 3179, 3185, 3234, 3236, 3237. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 3166, 3198. THE GOLD ASSAT pmcE.-The qaajBtity of gold deposited on^riday. wal 2,874^0*8. 13 dwts. 12 gre, V which, valued at £3 I ls per oz, amounts t3. £10,205 lil and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,011,040 - 5 2 gires a present total of..... £1,021,245 7 1 GOLD ...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CUBRENT. IMPOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ADELAIDE PRICE CUBREN T. IMPOSTS. SPIRITS (In bond) £ a d Cad Biandr, United Vin. per g-lion. O IS O 0 12 O Ditto, da do., per. case 10 0 112 0 Ditto, MarteU's, per gaL 0 13 0 OOO Ditto, ditto per case .. 1 IO O 1 12 0 Do. other branda per gaL 0 IQ O 0 4 0 Ditto, ditto, per ease ..150 «80 Bum (W. L) per gallon 0 4 6 OOO Whisky, ditto. 12 0 OOO I Gin (Old rom) ditto. . 0 8 0 O 9 O Geneva, oer casa_ OOO OOO WINES - (dory patay - Port, per pipe ...... 48 Q 0 56 0 0 Ditto, per duzen. 1 5 0 2 0 O t. Sherry, per pipe. 15 0 0 40 0 O * Ditto, per dozen. 14 0 1 12 O I Cape, per pipe. none. ! Champagne, per dozen 2 0 0 S * O Claret»ditto. 1 j 0 llb 0 > Marsala, per pipe. OOO OOO ' Ditto, oer dozen . OOO 0 00 I PORTEts Taylor's per hhd ... ^ Trueman's ....... f _ ,_ " . _ Barclay Perkins' .. > 5 15 0 « « O Whitbread^.J Ditto, per dozen. 0 12 o OOO Dublin ditto, ncr hhd .. 4 15 O OOO ALE-London bran as, par hhd. . 7 0 OOO Bass's Borton, Ko. 3..800 880 Bottled.perdoz,. OHO 0 18 0 Ditton pe...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ODDS AND ENDS. STIMULANTS TO EMIGRATION. -The arrival of that witch the Phoenician, after a run of eighty-three days ; her portrait und biography in the " Illustrated London News ;" the publication of Capt. Erskine's golden coloured pamphlet; the arrivals of gold ; the spirited sketches by Mr G. F. j Angasj the Diorama of the Gold Fields, in Leicester-square; Captain Stanley Carr's Association in Trafalgar-square for advising on evidence about emigration ; Mrs Chis- holm's Family Colonization plan ; the numerous Gold'Mining Companies; the occasional two gentlemen advertisers in the 2'imes, who " are ready to join with a third, possessing a few hundreds," for the Aus iralian diggings ; the articles in our news " papers and-literary periodicals about Aus- tralia and the Australians; the young woman " who would have no objection to accompany a family;" the thought of your climate, which affects us these lrosty morn- ings, whilst we arc ridiculously endeavour- ing to button our shirt fr...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAS. Daring the past-week; the new diggings near Echnnga hare been visited by considerable numbers of -diggers, but there is great diversity of opinion respecting their productiveness. The wea her has beeov very wet till within the last day or two, which hsTprevented the ground from being properly tested f and some of those who Lave returned dis- appointed having previously made np their minds togo to Victoria were easily persuaded that the new diggings were not worth working at. Notwith- standing, several parties have done well under the circumstances ; one party having got 8} o un ees in ! two days, another of three men got 3 ounces in the same time. Á nugget of about 17 dwts. said to j have been got at the new diggings, was shown at the Exchange to-day, and I have seen a number of ! small nnggetp, taken from a parcel of 3i ounces, quite unlike any brought from Victoria, being of an elongated form and apparently very pure- A week or two of good weather will bc n...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursdav, Sept. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursdav, Sept. 2. "LAW SALE.-The following portions of Crown Land-- will be offered for sale bj public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 7th of October, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 percent.: - COUNTRY SECTIONS. ..County Adelaide, east of Mount Torrens Trigono- metrical Station, Hundred of Talunga. Plan 103. Lot. Sec. Acres. Price; £ 7000 6404 58 58 7001 6405 82 82 7002 6406 43 43 7003 6407 124 124 7004 6408 114 114 7005 6409 21 21 7006 6410 61 61 County Sturt, south east of Mount Torrens Trigo- nometrical Station, Hundred of Tunkillo. Plan 103. 7077 6411 75 75 7008 6412 84 84 7009 64IS 52 52 7010 6414 7 i 74 7011 6415 71 71 7012 6416 71 71 7013 6417 115 115 7014 6418 77 77 7015 6419 71 71 7016 6420 80 80 7017 6421 80 SO 7018 6422 80 80 7019 6423 BD «O 7020 6424 7! 71 7021 6425 74 74 j County Start, south east of Mount Torrens Trigo-] noraetrioal Statiou, Hundred of Kanmantoo.' Plan 103. 7022 6426 72 72 7023 6427 106 IOS 7021 642...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The South Australian Banking Company. Rank of Australasia, and Union Bank of Australia- - Issue Drafts on London, at 30 days' sight at 3J per cent, discount. Boy Bills on London at 30 days* sight, at 7 per cent, discount. Adelaide, loth August. 1852.

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KDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE RUN FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

KDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE RUN FOB GOLD. The discovery of gold seems to have mach the same effect upon society as oxygen upon light, or heat upon mercury, j Plunge a bit of red-hot wire into a jar filled with that gas, and the iron, instead of gradually cooling, will consume itself in a fiery jet of intense brilliancy. Immerse the thermometer in boiling waler, ani thc volatile metal instantly darts np the tube, exhibiting a new set of atmospheric condi- tions. So with the disinterment of thc long-buried treasures of California, and our antipodal colonies. "Hie rumour that gold had been found upon the further shores of lue A menean continent, gave infinite at- tractiveness to a barren ridge of land, whose previous posse sion only the per- versity of diplomacy and thc inflammation of international antipathies could invest with importance. Instantly, a stream of emigration, or rather invasion, set in, and bas but just been arrested. A nation was born in a day. The edifice of civil go- ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, rS&FOKMKS AT THE "ADELAIDE MORNING CHBONICLE" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH iCCURiCT AlTD DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. TO SOUTH AÜSTÄEDLNS AND OTHERS. F. S, O^KrA. Y, - SHIP AKD COMMISSION AGEm\ 68, Flinders-street Wharf, Melbourne, 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. " MARTIN LUTHER," FOR LIVERPOOL. /k . npHIS magnificent and fast _|_ sailing ship, 1341 tons per f9fj&5ffe^ register, is now at the Light ¿jjggggg^fi» ship, and w ill sail next week. Intending passengers will have facilities afforded for going on board to examine the accommodations, Pirns of which can be seen at the office of the Consignee ; and Captain Ken...

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The Morning Chranicle. Adelaide; Monday, September 6, 1852. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free."-Euripides. PROSPECTS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

Adelaide ; Monday, September 6, 1852. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. PROSPECTS OF THE SESSION. THE Session has opened in sunshine. The political atmosphere is caira and clear. The fends, the jealousies, the passions, of which legislative storms consist, are hushed to slumber. The " skyey influences " are bland and genial. Co-operation is the order of the day,-"unanimity" the sessional watchword. The honorable the Advocate-General and the honourable member for Mount Barker quote and com- pliment each other. Fast errors are re- canted, disputes deplored, perversities par- doned. The experience of the past Ses- sion is to produce improvement in the pre- sent one. Petulance is no more to be mis- taken for patriotism, nor official hauteur i for dignity. Adherence to principle is not to be resented as stupid obstinacy, and the sins ©ftbe Constitution are npt to be attributed to Us ad uinifitrators. The Ex- ecutive and ...

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LISITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL). Monday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL).   Monday, August 30. James Basingthwaite was charged with having assaulted Oliver Phelp at the Chain of Ponds, on August 10th. The assault consisted ia throwing pieces of bacon in complainant's face, and flourish- ing a pair of bullock's horns over his head. The defendant alleged that when the complainant cal- led on him he merely held the bacon to him to be smelled, and that somebody pushed his arm from behind and compelled him to be ruder than he in- tended. He was fined £2 and costs. Wednesday, September 1. Thomas Johnson, charged with stealing a quan- tity of timber, the property of John Bradford of the Sturt, appeared on remand, and was discharged in   consequence of the non-appearance of the prosecu- tor, who forfeited his recognizances, £40.     James Marshall, master of the ship Gloucester,   pleaded guilty to the charge of unlawfully detain- ing her Majest...

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MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

MORPHETT VALE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, August 26. [Before George Worthington, Esq., Special Magis- trate, and John Reynell and Robt. Montgomery,   Esqrs., JP.] CRIMINAL SIDE.         Richard Hart appeared to answer the complaint   of John Barber for an assault on his wife. The   parties had had some disputes about fencing and   cattle trespassing. On the day in question, com-   plainant's wife had gone to drive off defendant's   cattle, which were trespassing, when defendant struck her with a stick.   Fined 10s and costs, £1.         John Barber appeared to an information under   the Masters and Servants Act, for wages due to Richard Hart, for work done three years since. Dismissed, informant paying costs. CIVIL SIDE.     The Bailiff having resigned to g...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852

ENGLISH NEWS. THE WOOL SALES.—The London Wool Sales were in progress when the Australian sailed. There were 29,300 bales for sale, of which 6,400 were from Adelaide. The condition was better than before known. The sales opened at an advance of 2d to 3d   per lb, on February sales, for combing, clothing, and scoured wools, and 1d to 2d on skin, locks, and grease. The advanced rates were maintained to the time of our latest advices, and there was every prospect   of their continuance. THE ASSOCIATION OF EMPLOYERS AND I THE rc WORKMEN.-An address has just been issued by the Central Association of Employers of Operative Engineers to their workmen. The address is in reply to the statements contained in the document recently published by the Executive Coun- cil of the Amalgamated Society. The employers, at considerable length, vindicate the p-opriety and the justice of the course which they have pursued during the recent strike, and conclude as follows :-" We now...

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