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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sept. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sept. 2. LAND SALE.-The following portions of Grown Land will be offered for sale bj public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 7th of October, 1852, at 11 o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent : - 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 64 84 7009 6413 52 52 7010 6414 74 74 7011 6415 71 71 7012 6416 71 71 7013 C4I7 UC 115 7014 6416 77 77 7015 6419 71 71 7016 6420 80 80 7017 6421 80 80 7018 642 ¿ 80 80 7019 6423 80 80 7020 6424 71 71 7021 6425 74 74 County Sturt, south east of Mount Torrens Trigo- nometrical Station, Hundred of Kanmantoo. Plan 103. 7022 6426 72 72 7023 6427 106 106 7024 6428 63 63 Coun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
THIS DAY. CONTINUATION ÖF SALE. EXTENSIVE S VLE* OF LAND IN NEWHAVEN AT THE NORTH ABM. SOLOMON & CO. Have been instructed to announce an Exten- sive Sale-of. FRST-CLASS Allotments, situated in the very best part" of the Township, con- tiguous to that Magnificent Harbour THE NORTH ARM. The Sale will take place at the City Auction Mart, This Day (Thursday), 9th September, at half-past 12 o'clock, Without reserve, And will comprise about 80 Allotments. These Allotments are fine Building Plots, 52 feet by 104. The Auctioneers call attention to the sale of th;s fine Property, situated in the Township contiguous to that magnificent Harbour, known as the North Arm, and being the only spot having sufficient water for the Steamers, which will doubtless make it the place to land their passengers and mails. The clearing Bar will offer such facilities to vessels of heavy draupht to come up, as must add very considerably to the value of property in this locality. Plans of the Allotments ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PEBFOMCBD AT THB "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE-" OFFICE, RUNDLE-STREET, WITH ACCURACY AND DESPATCH. Bookbinding by Competent Workmen. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Steamer AUSTRALIAN, is expected here, en rovie J for England, oil- or, about the 25th instant. - ,. &lt; Applications for filMgte or^pasa'age may be made to the Undersigned. A. L. ELDER & CO., Agents. 7 th September. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Incorporated by Royal Charter. THE DIRECTORS having allotted a cer- tain number of Shares to the colony of South Australia, Messrs A. L. Elder and Co.. of Adelaide, have had placed at their disposal 2000 SHARES of £10 each in this Company. The First Call of £4 per Share will be pay- able on allotment, and scrip receipts will be delivered to the Subscribers-to be exchanged for certificates of Shares on return of the Australian, Applications for Shares to be addressed to Messrs A. L.fcE...
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 1,747 ozs. 4 dwts. 4 gre, which, valued at £3 1 ls per oz, amounts to. £6,202 ll 9 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,021,245 7 1 gives a present total of.£1,027,447 18 10 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last; South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 3032, 3044, 3213, 3246, 3247, 3248, 3249, 3250, 3251, 3252, 3253, 3254, 3257, 3258, 3259, 3262, 3264, 3275, 3276, 3277, 3293, 3292, 3293, 3294, 3296, 3279, 3287, 3288, 3289, 3300, 3302, 3313, 3315, 3316, 3086, 3162, 3193, 3214. 3215, 3216, 3217, 3218, 3361, 3362, 3363, 3364, 3365, 3368, 3369, 3370, 3371, 3373, 3374, 3375, 3376. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3241, 3244, 3261, 3295, 3297, 3298, 3278, 3280, 3281, 3282. 3284, 3285, 3286, 3314, 3319, 3320, 3367, 3390, 3391. Bank of Australasia_Nos. 3245. 3269. 3270. CORONEB'S INQUEST.-An inquest was held on Saturday afternoon, at the Eagle Tavern, Hin...
THE ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
THE ASSAY OFFICE. IN another column will be fonnd a letter from Mr Babbage, explaining the precau- tions adopted in the Assay Office to pre- vent any possible mistake of one parcel of gold for another, and to guard against frauds of every kind. We alluded to the letter in our last, but as it reached ns only late in the evening preceding publication, (Sunday being a dies non,") when our columns for correspondence were closed, we could not publish it. until to-day. Our contemporary the Register having obtained a copy of the letter was discourteous enougL to violate professional etiquette by publishing it prier to its appearance in our columns, and some of our readers have con- sequently already been put in possession of its contents. Believing, however, that " the effectual working out of the Bullion Act," is quite essential to the continued prosperity of this Colony, and that it cannot be effec- tually worked out unless it possesses the full confidence of the oublie : we are induced ...
VESSELS LN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. &nbsp; Anna Dixon, brig, 189 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne 18th Joly. Apollo, CHtter, 44 tons, Wise, from Hobart Town, June 25. Anne, brig, 200 tons, Mamblin, from Melbourne, July 9. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Arnicas, schooner, Bertheau, from Melbourne. Bandicoot, schooner, 7 » tons. Frazer, from Port Port Fairy, Port Lincoln, and Tanby Bay. Barbara Gordon, barque, 337 tons, Lilley, for Melbourne. Circasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Bidley, from S wa- ses. City of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Candahar, ship, 900 tons, John Goss, from Mel- bourne, July 10. Coromandel, ship, 765 toss, Poole, from London via 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. Eleanora, schooner, Lient. Helpman, ß.N, from King George's Sound. Ferdinand, brig, 153 ions, Groot, from Whampoa. Flash, brig, 189 tons,...
POLICE COURT. Monday, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
POLICE COURT. Monday, Sept. 6. John Wetherall and Thomas Wetherall, were charged with stealing on the 3rd ¡nst., a pocket book containing £100 in Bank notes, the property of John Chanter. The prosecutor, who had been to Hindmarsh on Friday evening, had taken out of his pocket-book at the Joiner's Arms, kept by Mr Bourne, a £5 note, for which he received from the landlord five £1 notes in exchange. The prisoners were in the same room at the time. The pocket-book contained about £100 in notes, an Escort receipt for six pounds weight of gold, belonging to another party, and two certificates of brandy. He missed his &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pocket-book on the following morning, and sent his son to the Joiner's Arms, to institute enquiries con- corning it. He himself also went to Hindmarsh and there learnt that the prisoners had gone to the Port to take their passage. He gave information to the police and he and two constables having met the prisoners returning from t...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 9 September 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. September 7-The brig Anne, 263 tons. Hamblin, &nbsp; from Melbourne, August 25, with 41 passengers. &nbsp; &nbsp; CLEARED OUT. September 7-The barque Chatham, 467 tons, J. Copeland, for Melbourne. Passengers -Mr and Mrs Leake and four children, Mrs Wade and six children, Messrs. Cumming, Wright 3, Campbell, Sym, Mrs Copeland, and Mrs Mann, in 'the cabin ; Messrs. Helvick 2, BnngerbeU 4. Bicharás, Rough, Birrel, Hampton, Maxwell, Starch, Loddon, Brown, Belling, Prettcocks, Simmonds 4, Marsden 3, Mrs Mason, Rosewell 2, Macklin. Bogers, Luck ton, Jane, Joy, Roberts 2, Grohbiin, Zerenthick, Williams 3, Vincent, Blakeway, Glasson, Gloak, Crongay, Broap,'Trelose, Wilson 2, Baggs, Burton, Rormester, Paget, Dolen, Gath, Gutta er. Thomas, Lonvick, Doehnen. Everton. Collins Powell 2. Mann. Rodda S, Gincb, Hench, Laibrecht, Darte 2, Alexander, Wild 2, Oxley, Pappewetl, Hspe, Wren 3, Sutton,, Reid, Furguson, Carpenter, H astell j. Bach, Wi...
ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared io receive Gold Dost for assay under an Aot^Ko 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, feeween the boars of 10 a.m. aud 2 p.m., subject to the following regula- tions : 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, indie Government Buildings, King William street, between the hoars of IO a.m., and 2 p.m., OB 1 nesdays and Fridays. 2. Ko 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, ia the presence of the person bringing each Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter ia 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 whian the said Gold when assayed sud smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry tn the assay book shall b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
SCHOOL BOOKS JUST-UNPACKED Carpenter's. Mavor's, Vyse's, and Fen-, ning's Spelling Books tvoldsniith's Grammar of Geography Guy's Geography, abridged Pinnock's Catechism of Geography -History of England --- Grammar - Bible and Gospel History Goldsmith's History of England, to 1850 j Murra} '« Grammar j Lennie'6 Grammar and Key Blair's Catechisms W olkingame's Arithmetic ALSO, A large assortment of Congregational Hymn Books. E. S. WIGG, Itundle-street. June 29th, 1852. PULTENEY STREET CENTRAL SCHOOLS. (Established 1847J VISITOR-The Right Reverend the Lord I Bishop of Adelaide. ! Under the Management of Twelve Trustees. I HEAD MASTER-Mr VV. A. Cairthorne. I GOVEBNKSS-Miss Bridegman THE Children are taught a superior Com- mercial Education, and have the use of the Globes and Maps. The Girls are taught Needlework, &c, and are separated from the Boys' School. The pupils fee is three shillings per month paid in advance, with ail materials found. Hours from 9 a.m. to 12, and from 1...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sept. 9. LAUD SALE.-The fellowing portions of Grown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 14th of October, 1852, at 11 o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent : - COUHTET SECTIONS. ' County Adelaide, South of the Para River, and near tte Little Para Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Yatala. Plans 101 and 137. Lot. See. Acres. Price. £ 7041 2101 126 126 7042 210S 81 81 7043 2103 80 80 7044 2104 85 85 7045 2105 82 82 7046 2106 81 81 7047 2107 76 76 7°48 2108 118 118 7049 2109 66 66 7050 2110 79 79 7051 2114 78 78 7052 2115 78 78 7053 2116 80 7054 2117 80 80 7055 2118 loa 102 7056 2119 ¿4 84 7057 2284 95 95 7058 2285 isl i3l 7059 2286 85 85 7060 2287 l03 103 7001 2288 79 73 7062 2289 132 132 7063 2290 63 «¡ County Adelaide, Eastern Sources of the Torrens. Hundred of Para Wirra. Plan 129 7064 6363 313 " 313 County Light, North of Light's Pus, Hundred of ' Moorooroo. 7066 192 80 80 jr light, Allen'* Cre...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. STEAMERS FOR THE SOUTHERN SEAS. -The Queen of th". South steamer, one of the fleet forming the General Screw Ship- ping Steam Company, intended for the Cape and India trade, was to sail on the 1 Oth instant. She is of larger dimensions than the Australian, being nearly 2,000 tons measurement. She is undoubtedly one of the finest vessels, both for build and rig, that has been seen in the docks, and has attracted a vast number of spectators. Nearly the whole of the berths were en- gaged. In the outer basin of the dock there are two large screw iron-built steamers, 1,800 tons burthen each, fitting out to follow the Queen of the South. They are named the Indiana and Lady Jocelyn, and belong to the same Company. Three other steam frigates are building for the same Company, it is understood intended for the Cape and India trade, at the factory of Messrs. G. C. Mare and Co., the eminent builders at Blackwall. The vessels are named the Madras, Calcutta, and Mauritius. They...
ADELAIDE GOLD CD2CULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CD2CÜLAß. The news from the Echanga Diggings this week are jet varied in their character. By many who have retained they have beep pronounced worthless, while others are determined to coolinna the work a little longer ; which the, present fine weather will enable them to do with more'Comfort to them- selves and with better prospects of success. Several small parcels, among which was one of 2J «anees, have been brought to town and disposed of at the market-price, but nothing worthy of particular re. mark as to the size or appearance of the Gold can ! be noted. The quantity of Gold tn the market has been ! rather limited, no arrivals from Melbourne having takeu place until yesterday, and the passengers not haring had lime to offer tor aale what, they maj have brought with them. As high as £3 10s 9d per ounce have been.paid, but the ruling , price of the week bas been JES 10s 6d. As the Escort may be expected in the course of a. few days, there is a prospect of more busin...
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. SOU I II AUSTRALIA. The present condition of the Austra- lian Colonies, and the retrospect of tho last few months, are alike unsatisfactory. Our latest advices from Adelaide tell of thousands leaving, both by sea and over, land, for the Diggings in Victoria, where owing to the failure of water, they would be found " unworkable," and not likely to bc available for three or four months. And this migration, be it observed, was not owing to any want of remunerative employ- ment. On the contrary, we believe, that the natural resources of South Australia, are exceeded by neither of the neighbour- ing settlements, and that, as regards the means of supporting an industrious popu- lation, she is, perhaps, more prolific than Sydney or Victoria. At all events, without any such defection of hands as we have re- ferred to, she would have immediately ab- sorbed aa additional ten thousand emi- grants, at tbs highest wages current in England. Again, if we look at Austra ! lian E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MORH TNO 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 desirable medium of intercommunication for the Diggers and their friends at home. Advertisements, Notices, Messages, $c, for insertion tn the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. MORNING CHRONICLE OFFICE, August 26, 1852.
SHARE LIST. King William street, September ll, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
SHARE LIST. King William street, September ll, I8b2. J'iirras,last »«le-, £142, six moutlis credit. Money on Freehold, IO to 124 pe1" cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, aud 'ama 1 luaus, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. ^ Brokers.
LITERATURE AND ART. THE HOLY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
LITERATURE AND ART. THE HOLY LAND. The. Emancipation Beige gives the fol-1 lowing intelligence, taken from the Voix\ de la Verile :-" One of oar correspondents at Constantinople tells us that the Divan has decided the question of the Holy Laud, by giving to .Ai. Rothschild the four Paebaücs of Syria for the 6um of 500,')00,000 fraucs, to be deposited in the treasury of t.ie Sultan. France will resign her pretensions under former treaties for the sum of 50,000,000 francs, and a remunera- tion of 25,000,00-J francs will be given to Prussia aud England for their claims. It is not yet known whether M. Rothschild will assume the title of King, Emir, Pacha, or Bey ; but it is certain that be proposes to restore Jerusalem aud Antioch, and to rebuild the Temple of Solomon, as de- scribed in the Holy Scriptures. There wiil be in the new Jerusalem an exchange, theatres, and places of worship for all religions. This is not all :-the new monarch proposes to establish a line of steamers between ...
BOSS'S" SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September ll. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 13 September 1852
BOSS'S" SHARE LIST. % EXCHANGE GoLesrsADE, September ll. 1852. Burras Last sales, £131, cash, and £142 six months, continue sellers. 1 Gold, 13 10s Sd, cash, buyers Sovereigns, 24 per cent, premium. ' Melbourne Notés, ditto. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12£ to 15 per cent, on Burra Shares at £100 each. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.