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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thureday, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. &nbsp; Thursday, September 2. Mr Davenport was absent. Reply to the Address At the suggestion of the Colonial Secretary, Mr HARE amended his motion for a Select Committee to prepare a reply to his Excel- lency's address, to the effect that tbe Council resolve itself into a Committee of the whole house to consider the reply. The motion being carried, and the house in Committee, Mr YOUNGHUSBAND proposed the adoption of the following Address, expressing his hope that the proceedings of Council hencefor- ward would be characterised by greater unani- mity than had obtained during its first Session :- &nbsp; " May it please your "Excellency - &nbsp; " We, her Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects, Members of the Legislatire Council of the province &nbsp; of South Australia, in Council assembled, desire to thank you for the Address with which you have opened this Session of Council. &nbsp; " We are prepared to find, as your Ex...
POLICE COURT. Monday. Auguast 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
POLICE COURT. Monday. August 30. Emma Rhodes was sentenced to one month's im &nbsp; prisonment for wandering about and not being able &nbsp; &nbsp; to give a satistactory account of herself. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; William White was fined 10s for being drunk and &nbsp; indecently exposing his per on. &nbsp; Henry Baker, who recently efiected his escape from the Lunatic Asylum, was recommitted to gaol for one month as a dangerous lunatic. Dugald Chislholm a Police Constable, was charged with refusiug to do his duty on the pre viousday. He pleaded guilty, and having already been fined several times by the Commissioner of &nbsp; Police was sentenced to one month's imprisonment &nbsp; with hard labor. liichai d Silver who had lieen remanded ou bail un a charge of ass Hilting Poli. e-Sergeant Haynes in the execution of his duty, was discha'ged, the prosecutor not appeariug. Tuesday., August 31. Elizabeth Chapman...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRITED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 6 September 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED &nbsp; September 2-The barque Mazeppa, 163 tons, H. &nbsp; R. Marsh, from Melbourne, August 25. Passengers -Mrs Polock and child, Mr and Mrs Dawson and two children, Mr and Mrs Bartrim and child, Messrs. France, Docomb, Thornhill, Ellishaw, Howard, Tyler, Nelson, Radish, Turner, Bickford. Ready, White, and Rutlaud, in the cabin ; and 56 &nbsp; &nbsp; in the steerage. &nbsp; CLEARED OUT. September 2-The barque MaidofAuckland, 321 tons, 6. Shepherd, for Melbourne. Passengers Mr and Mrs Roxton, Mrs Michaels. Messrs. Nichols, Bunts, Kilbome, Stone, Lockwood, and Bennett, in the cabin ; Messrs. Buger, Stamper, Cogin, Wright, Gilbertson, Galpin, Tricker, Edin, Oliffe 2, Brown- low, Askew, Hahn, Marney, Hayes, Fennings, Holoman, Byan, Jones, McDouald, Brown, Lomax, Hill, Gilles, McHatchin, Bobina, Hobs. Lewis 5, VV hite 5, Brüser, Crey, Creahe, Demont, Mayhew, Standard, Johnson, Knowles, Damar, and A them, in the steera...
SHIP MAILS. Thursday, Sept 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
SHIP MAILS. Thurs-iay, Sept 9. For Great Britain per steamer Chusan, to Singapore Overland, daily expected; per Royal Mail steamer Australian, expected about .the 25th instant ; and per Martin Luther, to Liverpool. For Victoria, per Orpheus and Barbara Gordon, this day, at 11 ; per Mazeppa, Friday, 10th ; and per Anna Dixon, Saturday ll th instant. 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.
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMOORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
ADÉLAÏDEPBIÇE GjMto . niFOBTS. SPIRITS (te bond) £ » ó £ » d Brandy, United Yin- per . gallon 0 18 0 , i 0 12 0 DiU», do. do., per. case .1 O O . I 12 O Ditto, Martelr«,pergal fi }3 Ó JD, O O Ditto, ditto per case .. 1 io O. 1 IS 0 Do. other brands per gat 0 10 O 0 0 O Ditto, ditto, per case .. 1 5 O ; f 8 : O Bom (W. I.) per gallos O 4 6 . 0 0 O Whisky,ditto ... ... 1 2; O 0 0 0 Gio (Old lom) ditto.. 0 8 O 0 9 Ó Genera, ¿er cas»;..... O O 0 OOO WINES - (tfary psiy T Fort, per pipe-. . 48 0 0 55 fe 0 Ditto, per dosen ...... 1 5 0 SOO Sherry, pw pipe _ 25 0 O 40 4) O Ditto, per dosen...... 14 0 1 12 O Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 2 O 0 SOO Claret,ditto. 15 0 1 10 O Marsala, per pipe...... OOO O 0 0 Ditto, uer dozen ...... OOO OOO r.::j" PORTEK Taylor's per fahd Trueman's .. Barclay Perkin«' >* 0 15 0 6 « O Whitbread'*. Ditto, per down. 0 12 0 0 6 0 Dublin ditto, uer hhd 4 15. 0 OOO ALE-London bran as, per hhd. 7 « 0 OOO Bass's Barton, No. 8 .. 8 0 0 8 8 0 Bottled, pe...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRATH AND FLOUS MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRATH AND FLOUS MARKET. Wheat, 7s 6d Bread, 7d per 2lb loaf Barley, English, 5s 6d per bushel of 50 lbs " Cape, 5s per bushel of 50 lbs Oats, 78 6d to 8s. Bran, 2s Pollard, 2s Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton Floor, £25. Messrs Solomon and Co. sold by auction, on Monday last, 12 tons flour at from £23 10s to £23 lös. CHAS. J. Ba BET. Nev Com Exchange, Grenfell-street. Sept, 8, 1852.
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
ASS A. Y- OFFICE. I The Government Assayer is prepared io receive Gold Dust for assay auder an Act Ko 1, of 1859, on Tuesdays aud Fridays, beween the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., snbject to the following regula- 1 dons : - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to' the Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King WiUiaw street. between the hoars of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., on Tuesdays 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 assistant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its receiy t, and the name of die owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at whioh the said Gold when assayed sud smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book...
SHARE LIST. King William-street, September 8, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
SHARE LIST. King William-street, September 8, 1852. Barras, last sales, £ 129. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12¿ per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and sma*l loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 6d cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON* , D. MELVILLE Ç Järokera.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
PULTENEY STREET CENTRAL SCHOOLS. (Established 1847J VISITOR-The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Adelaide. Under the Management of Twelve Trustees. HEAD MASTER-Mr W. A. Cawthorne. GOVERNESS-Miss Bridegman. THE Children are taught a superior Com- mercial Education, and have the use of the Globes and Maps. The Giris are taught Needlework, &c, and are separated from the Boys' School. The pupils fee is three shillings ' per month paid in advance, with a!i materials found. Hours from 9 a.m. to 12, and from 1 p.m. to 3. Applications to be made at the School. JOHN ADAMS, Hon. Secretary. INDIAN MATTING. GEO. R DEBNEY has on SALE a large quantity of INDIAN MATTING, Coloured and White, various widths. j ANGAS-STREET ACADEMY. ANGAS-STREET ACADEMY, Conducted by Mr JOHN MARTIN, late Catechist and Schoolmaster at Tungkillo, is open to the children of artisans and others, where they may ohtain a sound English Education, based on Religious Principles. THE COURSE OF TUITION, Includes Readin...
BOSS'S SHABE LIST. 2, EXCBAHBB COLONNADE, September 4.1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
BOSS'S SHABE LIST. 2, EXCBAHBB COLONNADE, September 4.1852. Barras-£129, cash, buyers ; £131, cash, sellera, Gold, £3 10s 6d, firm. cash. Sovereigns, 2¿ per cent, premium. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Hooey, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12&toÏS percent, on Borra Shares at £100 each. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broktr.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
IMPOUNDING S. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One red bul- lock, white belly, illegible brand like K near rump ; one brown and white bullock, white back, belly, and tail, illegible brand ofi rump 1 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 K near rump; one red bullock, white belly and flanks, like T off ribs ; one yellow and white 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, j they will be sold September 27th, 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 shoul- der ; one dark bay colt, switch tail, no brands legible ; one bay filly, switch tail, no brands legible ; one dark bay filly, white star on ...
The Morning Chranicle. Adelaide; Thursd[?]; September 9, 1852. "This is trae liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." —Euripides. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
?lie îïïnrntag Clíraitírle. Adelaide ; Thursd t;; September 9, 1852. ' This is trae liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, may speak free." -Euripides. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COINAGE. I MANY circumstances combine to indicate that metallic money minted in the colony j will at no distant period be in circulation. To-morrow, the Legislative Council will be asked to add:ess a memorial to Ber Most Gracious Majesty, praying her to confer the right of coining upon this province. But long before any result can accrue from tb at address, if presented, it ie. ¡most probable that gjld tokens of various values will have been issued under the provisions of the Bullion Act, which will formfor all prac- tical purposes a metallic currency .'It is now Just a week since the Colonial Secretary stated in his place in Council, that such pieces were in preparation at the Assay Office, and Mould probably be ready in about a fortnight. In the course of ano ther week, therefore, or perhaps ...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
ODDS AND ENDS. DENUNCIATION -A correspondent of the Morning Herald, writing from the j counCy bf Leitrim, states that a short time since. Lord Clements was denounced from the altar of a chapel near Ai oh ill, the im- mediate consequences of which were that two threatening notices were served upon his lordship that be would be punished for his "offences." Lord Clements bas now to carry loaded pistols, and be guarded by un armed servant when he leaves his house. CRUEL TO A HAIS. - Louis Napoleon has issued a decree commanding all Pro- fessors of Uni versifies, Colleges, Lyceums, and other places of instruction, to cut off j their beards and moustaches, lest they be i confounded with " demagogues and agi- tators of society." Considering bow he has bearded the French people, he may well shave their teachers.-Punch. j TINKERING THE ANGELS. - It is a novelty to find the old custom of mending the parish angelicals brought down to our own times, in Salopian localities j but so it is. For ex...
THE OPEN COLUMN. "Andi alterara partera." THE ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
THE OPEN COLUMN. " Andi alterara partera." THE ASSAY OFFICE. SIB,-I have lately seen a paragraph ia your journal headed " Caution tb Gold buyers," in which allusion is made to a particular lot of gold-dust deposited at this office, which experienced a larger loss than usual ia the operation of smelting, owing, as I explained to the depositor, to the preseuce in it of "specular iron and quartz." I regret that the large amount of work which has to be executed by this department, makes it quite impossible for me, in accordance with your suggestion, to suspend further pro : ceedings and to communicate with individual I depositors with reference to their lots, when- ever they may differ in appearance from the generality of the gold-dust deposited here. However, as I feel strongly that the effective working out of the Bullion Act depends very much upon the public having perfect faith in this office, I think that it may not be out of place again to point out the precautions which are taken...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPT. 7. Messrs. Davenport, Ellis, Gwynne, and Hall, | were absent. Petitions. Captain BAGOT presented a petition, signed by 31 Grand Jurors,, praying for the abolition of the Grand Jury system. 2 he Estimates. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved the con- sideration of the Estimates in Comm it te of the whole House. After a detailed statement of the financial position of the Government, the honourable Secretary estimated the Revenue frr 1852 at £101,000, exclusive of receipts from Escort and Assay Office fees. The amount received during the first half of the year amounted to £42,564. The Estimates for 1853 were based upon the new Tariff, and amounted to £96,000 of revenue, Mr WATERHOUSE had examined the Esti- mates for the ensuing year with great interest, but regretted to notice that the Government apprehended a deficiency as compared with the revenue of 1851, and had been induced thereby to su8pend all public works, and continue to underpay their servant...
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIHINAL). Tuesday, Sept. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CBXHINAL). Tuesday, Sept. 7th. George Cumie;/, of West-terrace, farmer, was charged wi h haring unlawfully impounded five cows, belonging to John Booden, cowkeeper, upon which he charged 2a. (Sd. per head, considered by the plaintiff as being an excess of damages. Mr Walker appeared for the prosecutor, and Mr Smith for the defendant. ¡ The evidence adduced folly proved the hay eaten j or damaged to have been of greater value than the amount charged. The case was dismissed, j Janus Crosswell, a woodcutter, waB charged, by Edward Pearce, with having neglected to pay for his illegitimate child, as ordered by the Court on the 11th of February, 1851. The defendant admitted that he owed £9. Jemima Pearce, the mother of the child, said she had not received any money from the defendant since the 13th of October last The case was adjourned till next week, that the complainant mght produce further evidence. Wednesday, September Zlh. Abram Banks was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
NOTTCE. I A Weekly Edition of Ute ADELAIDE MOKK- j ? TKG CHRONICLE ts 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 j desirable medium of intercommunication for the Diggers and their friends at home. Advertisements, Notices, Messages, tye, for insertion in the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each to eek. MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, August 26, 1852.