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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. Tbs Go vera ment Assayer is prepared to receive Gèld Dost for assay umîéV an Act No 1, of 1852, on Tuesdays and Fridays, beween tlié boors of IO a.m- and 2 p.m., subject to -theíuüowing régola tions : - 1. Aîl oncoined Gold tb be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, must be brought to 'the Assay Offioe, in the Government Buildings, King Williaw street, between the hoars of 10 a.m.,and 2 p.m., on i uesdays and Fridays. i. Ko parcel of Gold leas titan twenty ounces in weight will be received. 3. Upon« pored of Gold being presented at the office, the Government Assayer, or hts aasisiant, will proceed, in the presence Of the person bringing saeh Gold, to weigh tba same, and willenier in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of hs; reeeiyt, and the «ame-of the ownertiiereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold, when assayed and smelted, is to he delivered to, or; to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book shall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

HAUL GOTTING ROOMS. AMÜEL ALLEN, Lad"©»' and Oent'etnei B Hair Cutler. Iferiumer, and Ornamental Hair Manufacturer, {op posite tim G.obe Inn,) Handle-street, Adelaide, reípecUuUy announces ' that'he has returned from the diggings, and reUipesed <his ¿hop in Rundle-street, where hs wll l>e happy to wait upon all old friends, atad as many new ones as will favour him with a t ali. S.A. intends contiimiag his old system of combining the most superb-r workmanship with moderate charges. Combs, Brushes, and Perfume i y of the best quality. -? SHIP BISCUITS. ~~ THE Best Kiln-dried Biscuiis, First and Second Quality, in any quantity, at rea- sonable prices, at S. GOLDSACK'S, Hiudley-street. N.B.-Delivered at the Port free of charge. BUSINESS EDUCATION. MR. MAC GU W A N'S SCHOOL established in 1839, has supplied well qualified Apprentices to almost every trade or business^ to G. M. Waterhouse, Esq., M.L.C. Messrs. Paxton, Carleton. R. Stuckey, Coulls, Lambell, Williams (builder)...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Tliursdoy, Sept. 9. LA*'D SALE.-The following portions of Grown Lands «ill be offered-for sale by ^pablic auction, ot the Local Court Honse, Adelaide, on Thursday, the tish of October, 1652, at ll o'cluck.. Deposit IO per cent. : - COUNTRY SECTIONS. Count; Adelaide, South or the l'ara Rírer, and near tte Little fara Trigonometrical Station, Hundred of Yalal*. I'loss IO I and 127. Lot. £cc Acres. Priées £ 7041 2101 126 126 7042 '¿»CS ?1 -81 7043 2103 66 8» 70*4 2104 8ff 85 ! 7U45 211)5 82 82 7046 2106 81 81 . 7047 2107 76 76 7<¡48 2108 118 118 7049 2109 «6 «6 7050 211» 79 79 7051 21H 78 78 7052 2ll5 78 78 7053 2 tl« 80 80 7054 2117 80 -*J 7U55 2118 102 102 7»56 2119 84 84 7057 2284 95 95 7«58 2:85 131 131 7059 2286 «5 85 7060 2287 103 103 7061 2288 79 -79 70C2 2289 132 1SS 7Ü63 2.90 63 63 County Adelaide, Eastern Sources of the Torrens, Hundred of Para W irra. Plan 129. 7064 6363 313 313 County -Light, North of Light's'-Pass, -Hundred of Moorooroo. - ^0...

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DR, CHALMERS ON THE OLD TESTAMENT WORTHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

DB, CHALMERS ON THE OLD TESTAMENT WORTHIES. Reposing on his easy chair, and recalling ! the subject of his " Bible Readings," he would say,-"I am fond of the Old Tes. tarnent j what a stately procession of Scrip- ture characters J I have just twelve which I call magnates. What a pinnacle that speech of our Saviour lifts Abraham to, * he rejoiced to see my day/-piercing thc futurity of two thousand years. 1 like Isaas,-there was auch a mildness about him ; it is : very picturesque his going forth to meditate in the evening tide. Jacob's early 4ifo is most distasteful to me. The. ¿ruth is, fie waa too much of a sneck drawer ; he was the snecknärawer, and Esau was the snool, about the pottage. But filiwimpTessive his intercourse -wi-th Pharoah, and his closing scene ! There ^asgFeat<3hivaky, no doubt, in David pour- ing oat the water "before the Lörd,-the j chivalry of the-middle ages in the ant ique Jewish way of it. I cannot say I entirely sympathise in it. I wad e'en ha'e...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIS AND FLODE HACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIS AND FLODE HACKET. Wheat, 7s 3d ; Flour. £23 to £23 10a . Bread, 7d per 219 loaf Barley, English, 4s 9d to 5s per bushel " Cape, 4s 9<1 per bushel Oats, ia great demand Bran, ls 8d Pollard, ls 8d About 100 tons of flour have been sold to-day at £21, delivered at the Port. CHAS J. HABET. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. Sept 15, 1852.

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LITERATURE AND ART. TUR PROJECTED BA1LWAT TO INDIA, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

LITERATURE AND ART. TUR rßOJECTEÖ BA1LWAT TO INDIA, A Company oF British .ijp:oulators pro- pose a new route to india j Jt^ which a man «nay, in fe ven days, transport himself from . London to Calcutta CarriigES à.%à loco ; motives, rosiiiug over irpn íines¿ ore to ie - j place steamships, camels, ©oeaos, and * canals ; instead of harbours, weobail enter -stations ; instead of p.^ihg^tferoùgh «traite, %ve shall fly over viaducts : instead of pad filing between rocks, wo shall be whirled ^hotels of the Oriental Company will be- come vulgar means of transport ; none but -old fashioned people will think of travel li'rtg by them. When we, the "¿nen of progress," «pend our summer season in a country-houso among the Neflgherry Hills, we-shall not dream of going by those anti- quated conveyances by which persons now waite a whole month in the journey to India. We shall go down to Gracech arch street, take our «econd-clàss ticket by i.he " Groat Eastern, Calais, Constantinople, Orontes, Eup...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. The news from the Echunga Diggings this week «re jet varied io their character. Bj many who have returned they have been pronounced worthless, whi'e others are determined to continue 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 20 ounces, have been brought to town and disposed of at the market price, but nothing worthy of paiticular re- mark as to the size or appearance of the Gold can he noted. The quantity of Gold in the market has been rather limited, no arrivals from Melbourne having taken place until yesterday, and the passengers not having had time to offer for sale what they may have brought with them. As high as £3 10s 9d per ounce have been paid, bot the ruling price of the week bas been £3 lus 6d. As the Escort may be expected in the course of j a few days, there is a prospect of more business bein...

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COUBT, Wednesday, September 15, [Before Mr Justice Cooper, T. Gilbert and Ches. W. Bod ney, Esgrs] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COUßT, Wednesday, September 15* [Before Mr Justice Cooper, T. Gilbert end Ches. W. Bod ney, Esgr&] GiiATSTEts r. BATES -The plaintiff tn this ease iras employed by the trustees to plau and superin- tend the erection of the German and British Hospital. The defeudaut, one of the trustees, pleaded that £'20 had been payed to G lay stein ia full of all demands. The present action to recover £19 15s was for extra work done, viz., the transla- tion of the contraéis add specifications fi om German into English, as well aa other duties distinct from his agreement with the Committee. The defendant pleaded a set-off for medical at* tendance of £13. This was not disputed by Mr VYalker, who appeared fir the plaintiff. Mr Gwynne, for the defendant, put ia an affi- davit te the effect that air Glaysteiu was present when aa agreement was passed by the Committee on the 11th August that no alteration should be made in the plans already drawn. Mr Schtnnir, the bouder, stated su...

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SHARE LIST. King William street, September 15, 1852, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

SHARE LIST. King William street, September 15, 1852, Gorras, last ale, £ 127, cash. Money on Freehold. 10 to 12£ per cent. Ditto on Burra scrip, and 6ma<l loans, IS per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security f-S to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 6d cash, buyers. JNG. RICHARDSON / " . D. MELVILLti \ Brokera.

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Monday, September 13. [Thos. Gilbert, Esq.. Chairman; C. M. Bagot, Esq., J. A. Hardy, Esq,., and C. W. Staart, Esq., were the Magistrates present,] The business of the day was decided as follows— LICENSES TEANERKBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. Monday, September 13» [Tho». Gilbert, Esq.. Chairman ; C. M" Bagot, Esq., J. A. Hardy, Esq,., and C. W. Staart, Esq., were the Magistrates present, j The business of the day was decided as follows i LICENSES TtANErKBBED. John Packham to Geo. Wallis, Commercial Ion, Hindmarsh. ¿,, Summerland Staniford to Wm. Hill, jun., Castle Inn, Morphett-streel. Robert Bussell to John Gordon Macpherson, the Bushman's Camp, Murray River. Mary Ann Walsh to Apollos H. Gouge, Star Inn, H indiey-street. Wm. Holland to Charles Catchlove, Commercial Inn, Port Adelaide. Daniel Coulls to James Taylor, at Aberdeen. James Bassingtbwaite " to Catherine Bussell, Morning Star, Chain of Ponds. Wm. Hodge to James Allen, Brecknock Arms, King William-street. James Battersley to Thomas Pearce, Rising 8n.u, Houghton. Frederick G. Welke to John Stanley, Fordhill Inn, Eastern Tiers. Chriatina Robertaouto Taos. Adams, Thistle Inn, Weymouth-streeti KEW GEXBBAÍ. tlCCSSEt, Wm. Walter Farrer, Cornish T...

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BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 15. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 15. 1852. Barras -£129 to £130 cash,' sellers. About 251 Sb ires bare changed hands at psioes varying from£125to£l28,eash, I Gold, £3 10s 9d, cash. Sovereigns, 8d lo 9d, premium. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, IO per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12* per cent, en Burra Shares. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

RATES OF EXCHANGE. The Sooth Australian Banking Company, Bank of Australasia, and Union Bank of Australia-. Issue Drafts on London, at 30 days' sight at SJ per cent, discount. Buy Bills on London at 30 days* sight, at 7 per cent, discount. Adelaide, loth August. 185*2.

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday, September 13. Pre-ení-Captain Freeling, Messrs Hewitt, Chamberlain, and Angas. Vote in aid nf Hoads and Bridges.-Mr Angas requested to be informed whether any steps had been taken in these important matters, he having observed that there was no provision j j for them cn the Estimates laid upon the table j of the Legislative Council. He should like to have a return of the amount of the il Vote in Aid," viz., £40,000, of which however only £ 10,090 had been received by the Board. He also wished to have an account of the outlay of so large a sum. He w xild also observe that he would move fer a return of the expenditure of the money, in bis place iu the Legislative Council. Bate of Triages, also Materials.-The de- cidion of the Board upon this matter, was that new tinders should beinviteiby ?? dvertisement, in (he Chtonicle, Register, Observer, and Times, for the supply of materials, aud for the periuimatice of works. Wellington Ferry -A conversation arose in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. SPECIAL PERFORMANCE* A Party'bf Gentlemen connected wuk. the London Tlteatres, on their way to Mel- bourne,; having made arrangements fer TWO NIGHTS' PERFORMANCE A-t the Royal Victoria Theatre, beg to an- nounce to the Public of Adelaide that their First Entertainment will take place THIS EVENING (Thursday), September 16th, when will be Performed Mon creifTs deeply interesting Urama, in Turee Acts, entitled EUGENE ARAM. Comic Song,*' The Laird of Cockpen,".. Mr Grant. Dance.Mr Newson. Comic Song, u Slap up Swell,"..Mr J. Parry. To conclude with the Original Farce, by Mr H ol way, entitled THE SMITHS. As this representation ts got up expressly for the entertainment of the intelligent and discerning portion of the Public, and under the especial Patronage af several Gentlemen of influence lately arri red in.-the colony, every effort «iii be made to render it satisfactory to an indulgent audience. On this occasion boxes may be secured at th» Private Residence of ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

. Expours. i li Cargo per Martin Luther-1,542 bags copper j ore, Patent Copper Company ; 56 bale» woo',:9 bides,-4 pkg« srecimens, VV. Younghusband & Co.; I box, Capt Bagot Part of original cargo from Liverpool, 260 deals, 15 water casks. Cargo per Orpheus-89 deals, 43 water casks. 3 pkgs, i hhd, 6 pkgs, D. \V. Petril ; part of original cargo ftom Lirtrpool. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's steamer Chusan came up the stream this afternoon and fired a royal salute, which was ; acknowledged by » succession of firing from tbe shore, she left the Port yesterday afternoon at 5 p.m. after a load cheering from the people assembled on shore, which was responded to by firing the long Tem on the quarter-deck, and then proceeded on her passage for Singapore. BETORS showing the number of Packages of the under-mentioned -Goods entered for and in Bond on the 11th September, 1852- - Brandy, 85 bhds., 27 qr.-casks, 52 cases. Bum, 14 puncheons, 49 bhds., 10 qr.-casks. O...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. ! September 13-Toe Government schooner Fotefe, ISO tons, Nation, commander, from surveying. Same day-The cotter Joseph Lee Archer, 35 tons, Bock, from Fort Elliot, with a general cargo. CSABED OCT. September 14-The P. and O.S.N. Company's steam-ship Chutan, 750 tons, Henry Down, Esq., c«mzn ander, for Singapore, to call at King George's Sound. Passengers-Messrs. Schroeder, and Sehir tnaa, in the cabio. 1 Same day-The ship Martin Luiher, 1,371 tons, Kenny, for Liverpool. Passengers - Mrs Alans, Mrs Westbrook and daughter, in the cabin. September 15-The barqae Orpheus, 356 tons, lieut. Petrel, B-N, commander, for Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs. Leves, Pausas, Besten, Dick, Marrabane. Harrison, Hodgson, Abbott, Jackson, Leetham, Motham, Mts Bosworth and 3 children, Petrie, Ich, and Oswald, in the cabin; Messrs. Nichols 2, Bayfield, Stephen, Faming, Brechoss 2, Flaael 3, Ward, Bays, Gouahank, Rayner, Carey, Leek, Tempi«", Hey wood* Neale,' Fluukett, Hey- wo...

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NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. Thursday, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY. Thursday, September 16. NOTICES OF MOTTOS 1. Mr BAKER te move " That an Address be presented to bis Excellency the Lieutenant-Go vernor, requesting1 bini to cause a Statt ment of the appropriation of the Revenue under Part 1 of Schedule U-, up to lit September, 1852, and the intended appropriation for 1853, to he laid upon the Coane il table. 2. Mr BAKER. " That be will ask the Colonial Secretary to lay. upon ibe table a statement of the appropriation of the Reveuoe nuder Part 2 of Schedule L>., up to (si September, i852, and the intended appropriation for 1653. ORDERS OF THE DAT .. 1. Proceeding«in Equity Regulation Bili: second reading. , ¡ Estimates ; eeaiideraUon of, in Committee, 3. Dög "Nuisance Billi consideration of, fri Com- mittee. ... Friday. September I 7-t . XoTicts br Monos : 1. Mr HALL to move "Thirtan Address be presented to hts Etea*-, leoey f^fae Lieasenaut-Gevernor, praying that he «rill, canse to be prepared, during the...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOVD ASSAT OFFICE.-Tibe, quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, was 6V170 oz*. 5 dwts. 4 grs., which, valued st £3 11s per oz, amounts to. £18,334 8 4 and, adding the total value* ^ .r<- . " of previous deposits, viz.. £1,037,542 12 3 gives a present total of,.... £1,055,897 0 7 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since oar last : South Australian Banking Company.-Hos. 3342, 3345, 3422, 3423, 3426, 3427, 3428, 3429, 3411, 3432, 3434, 3461, 3470, 3265, 3266, 3263, 3299, 3489, 3491, 3495, 3498, 3199, 3501, 3502, 3505, 3508, 3510, 3514, 3441, 3142, 3443, 3447, 3418, 3449, 3451, 3453, 3462, 3510, 3542, 3543, 3544, 3581. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3343, 3424, 3425, 3188, 3267, 3496, 3497. 3500, 3504, 3506, 3509, 3512, 3440, 3445, 3446, 3450, 3452, 3511, 3541. Bank of Australasia-Nos. 3436, 3469, 3352, 3437, 3439, 3515, 3516, 3517, 3518, 3520, 3521. LAND SALB.--A sale of Crown Landa was j held on Monday ; but the attendance was very j...

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LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. UETTER I. Melbourne, 24th August, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

LETTERS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER I. Melbourne, 24th August, 1852. The great political question here is the sale of Crown Lands, which is of much importance to South Australia. The colony, you are aware, is very peculiarly situated in this re- spect. The former colony was founded upon the principle that all the Waste Lands should at all times be open to sale, and the colony was made by. purchasers of land. Here, on the other hand, the colony was made by squatters, aud the country has all Blong been possessed by tenants of public lands, who have hitherto been the predominant class, 'ihey have been j the means of preventing large sates of land. Ii ! has been sold in blocks of inconvenient size, and when exposed for sale it has been run up to high prices by the squatters. The conse- quence is that agriculture ia in a very backward state, and the colony bas wholly depended on its pastoral interests. Till gold was discovered, 99-hundredths of the exports were wool, tallow, hiaes, and horns,...

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LETTER III. Melbourne, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 16 September 1852

LETTER QI. Melbourne, September 6. I hare conversed with a number of passen* Íjers ex Australian, who inform me tbat at east 30,000 persons from Britain will reach ! this befcre December. What will be the con I sequence of this immense .rush of people it is impossible to conceive, for at present this town seems to be crammed to the utmost ex- ( tent. It is some relieV, however, to think that the resent easterly winds haye somewhat dried the roads, and thousands are now hurrying off to the diggings. I have conversed lately with numbers of trustworthy persons who havejutt returned from Mount Alexander and the Bendigo, and I gather the following facts, on which you may rely :-1st. A false impression . is produced by the reporte in the newspapers of crime and disorder at the diggings. They are generally characterised by order and peace, and the crimes that are committed are invariably traceable to ely grog shop«, where drunken men are very apt to be maltreated and robbed ; but the polic...

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