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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

EXTRACTS. INPVNCT OF CHIME IÎT ScoTr.ATrn-; Tlie EtUngb'jrgh News narrates as follows : -"A strange but absurd case was brought before Willia-n Ii. Colquhoun, Esq., of Olathick, as justice of peace fur the county of Per tb, at Crieff, on 10th inst, {ult.), at the instance of Lord and I^ady Willoughby De Eresby and I^ouis Kennedy, their factor, as their mandatory, against two children of Mr Middlemiss, labourer, Muthili, of the respective ages of two and six years. The youngest child attended the learned justice carried in its mother's arms. Tho charge brought against them was that they had been fouud in the act of laying snares for the purpose of catching game in an adjoin- ing field to tlte village of Muthili." The crime was proved, at least to the satisfac- tion of the magistrate, for the evil-doers, aged six years and two, were fined each £l Gs lOd, i Deluding expenses j or, failing paymont, 30 days' imprisonment. We applaud the sagacity of thc sentence. Would a sportsman, with a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." Bendigo Creek, May 28, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE."   Bendigo Creek, May 28, 1852. DEAR SIR—I again write to you, as pro- mised, from the Gold Fields. I hope the ad- vice I gave to intending gold seekers has been of benefit, as the roads from Melbourne to   here are almost impassable. The greatest ex- citement prevails here—gully on gully, creek on creek, are found out daily, containing gold. Some thousands of gold-seekers are spread, or   rather crammed, in a spot where a week or so ago not one was to be seen. Some are very fortunate, actually taking pounds weight of   gold out of a hole in a few days. Others may dig twenty holes, and get barely what can   defray expenses, (your humble servant is one of the latter), but truth I must write, and I can safely say that no person need want the neces- saries of life and even luxuries, if he is active at "surfacing;" that is, he takes a pan-full of   &...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. June 21-The brig Flash, 189 tons, C. Triggs,     from Melbourne. Passengers - Mr and Mrs Lang- lands, and Mr Davies, in the cabin ; Messrs. Schahin-     ger (2), Whe (3 ), Temperley, Haver, Murray, and     Scown, in the steerage.   Same day - The brig Anna Dixon, Kirby, from Melbourne, June 18. Passengers - Mrs. Kirby, and Mr Bellenhagen, in the cabin ; Messrs. Ritchter,     Lachlan, Bussenthal, Bohlman, Lean, Murray,     Main, Davies, Welsh, Hayward, Wood, Hitch,   Glasse, Grant, Hampton, Moore, Horne, Williams,   Rowes, Fry, Brown, Brady, Michael, Forster,     Asborne, Fairburn, Brown, Hewry, Polls, Pringlett, Headman, Taylor, Smith, Williams, Aspen, Isborn,     Schwan, Bernard, Salton, Book, Beams, Moore,   Street (2), Bradley, Dawling, Graves, Cant, and Platts, in the steerage.     ?JJune 22 - ...

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The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide; Thursday, June 24, 1852. THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

The Morning Chronicle. Adelaide : Thursday, June 24, 1852. THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN THE COLONIES. WE beg to direct attention to the copy of   a Memorial in another column, which has   been signed by a considerable number of   the most influential members and clergy-   men of the Church of England in this province. We have at various times recorded the   attempts of the tractarian party in these   colonies, to introduce anti-protestant prin   ciples and practices into the above Church.   It so happens that these attempts have chiefly been made by the Bishops, or under their sanction. But generally they have made the attempts covertly and by side   winds. Bishop Nixon stands in the posi tion of being the most talented, the boldest,   and the most open romaniser of them all   and he has been met in a similar spirit.    ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

TERMS: £1 16s per annum, payable in advance ; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements:—For one inch and under 3s, and 1s for each additional inch, each insertion. Printed and published by Andrew Murray, at the Morning Chronicle Printing Office, Rundle- street, Adelaide, South Australia.

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SHARE MARKET. KING WILLIAM STREET, June 23, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

SHARE MARKET.   KING WILLIAM STREET, June 23, 1852. Burras, last sales, £120 cash. MONEY MARKET. Money on freeholds 12½ to 15 per cent. " discount and other security 15 to 20 per cent. GOLD MARKET. 68s 3d to 68s 6d per ounce, cash buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON, D. MELVILLE, Brokers.

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, June 23. [Before H. R. Wigley, Esq.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, June 23. [Before H. R. WigIey, Esq.] KERNOTT V. SWAILES.—This was an action for 25s. Mr Bakewell for the plaintiff. Jas. Grome deposed that he was in the employ of     the plaintiff, who wished to have his dray repaired, and agreed to let defendant have the work to do on condition of his ordering from him a load of wood, which was also agreed on and which he (witness) carted to defendant's house at Unley, which being unloaded defendant objected to the price, when plaintiff said he would sue him for the money. The price of repairing the dray had been previously paid for. Defendant said that the wood had been clearly ordered, but that he had objected to its price, as being unreasonable. Witness said on behalf of the plaintiff, that 25s was the usual price at Unley, the price in town being more. His Worship then asked defendant if he could show evidence to the contrary, which he said he could not, save that wool at present was ...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 16. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET.   Wheat, 5s 9d Flour, £18 per ton   Barley, English, 4s 9d to 5s per bushel. " Cape, 3s 9d to 4s Oats, 5s to 5s 6d Bran, 1s 6d. Pollard, 1s 6d Hay, £3 to £3 10s per ton CHAS J. BARRY. New Corn Exchange, King William-street. Bacon, 1s 2 per lb Beef, 3½d to 4d per lb Bread, 4d per 2lb loaf   Butter, 1s 8d to 1s 10d per lb Cheese, Colonial, 10d to 1s per lb English, 1s 4d per lb Dutch, 3s each   Ducks, 5s to 6s per pair Wild, 4s 6d do Eggs, 1s 6d to 1s 9d per doz. Fowls, 4s to 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 8s each Hams, Colonial, 1s 6d per lb   Milk, 4d per quart Mutton, 2d to 3d per lb   Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, 1s to 1s 6d per pair Wild, 2s to 2s 6d ditto Turkeys, hens, 6s to 7s each cocks, 10s to 12s each Teal and W*** hens, 3s per pair   Veal, 3d to 6d per lb

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

SYDNEY MARKET8.—JUNE 4.   The Mills.—Messrs. Barker & Co. : A moderate supply of wheat, chiefly coastwise, has arrived to market this week, for which has been given, accor- ding to quality, 6s 3d to 7s 1d per bushel. In re- gard to flour, the market is just now in so unsettled a state that a price can scarcely be quoted. The mills, however, will not make sales of fine at £18. Bran 1s to 1s 2d per bushel. Mr Briellat : An ave-   rage supply of wheat has been received during the week, for which improved prices have been given,   the best samples realising 6s 3d to 6s 9d per bushel; inferior descriptions, according to quality. A steady demand exists for flour, and prices are very firm at 18l per ton for fine, and 16l seconds. Bran, 1s 2d to 1s 4d per bushel Biscuit.—Mr Wilkie quotes biscuit as follows:     cabin 30s, pilot 27s, and ship 24s per cwt. Messrs. Barker & Co's prices are, for ship 24s, and cabin...

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VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

VEGETABLES. Beans, French, 6d to 8d per lb Broad, none Cabbages, 1d to 2d each Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, dry, 2s to 3s per lb Garlic, 1s 6d to 2s per lb, scarce Horseradish, 6d to 8d per stick Onions, 2d to 3d per lb Parsley, 1d per bunch Potatoes, old 7 lbs for 6d new, 1½d per lb Sbalots, none Turnips, from 4d to 6d per dozen Vegetable marrows, from 2d to 3d each Watercress, 1d per bunch. FRUITS, &c. Apples, from 4d to 1s per lb Almonds, from 6d to 1s per lb Shelled, 1s 6d to 2s per lb Cape gooseberries, 6d per lb. Figs, 2d to 6d per dozen Lemons, 4s to 6s per dozen Medlars, 1s 6d to 2s per doz. Pears, 8d to 1s per lb Pomegranites, 2s to 2s 6d per doz

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INSOLVENCY NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

INSOLVENCY NOTICES. IMPRISONED DEBTORS—To be heard. W. Martin, 2nd July, at Eleven. John Calder, 2nd July, at 2. To SURRENDER. Samuel Leather, 24th June, at 12. J. E. Boyd, 1st July, at 12. Thomas Jones and James Bowley, 15th July, at 2 Two. Geo. James, 8th July, at Eleven. ADJOURNED FINAL HEARINGS. H. and A. Snelling, 25th June, at 11. CERTIFICATES TO BE CONFIRMED — Unless Cause be shown to the contrary. J. S. Clark, 2nd July, on or before Eleven.   Robert Carr, July 9th.   AUDITS.   F. A. Harris, 29th June, at Eleven. William Hodge, 29th June, at Twelve.   J. S. Crabbe, 29th June, at One. Carl Leopold, 29th June, at Two. Smith and Bishop, 5th July, at 11. Charles Foulkes, 5th July, at 1. Hugh Jenkins, 5th July, at 12. H. F. Spehr, 5th July, at 2. Isaac Pike, 12th July, at 11.   James Iron, 12th July, at 12. DIVIDEND MEETINGS.—Creditors to attend and Prove. Jeremiah Blake, 28th June, at Eleven. Robert Holding, 28th Ju...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

MELBOURNE MARKETS.—June 16.   Stubbs and Son sold yesterday at their auction rooms, Queen-street, the following goods ;—Ex     Buttel Oheb, 18 rolls 36 inch matting 1s 1d per yard,   11 rolls 45 inch do., 1s 4d, 14 rolls 54 inch 1s 5d to 1s 6d, 26 bales black pepper, 4d per lb, 400 bdls, rattans, 9d per bundle, 137 tins 100 lbs, sago, 3d to 3½d per lb., 14 tins nutmegs, 3s per lb., 19 bed- steads, 46s to 50s 6d, 4 double dining tables, 51s to 55s, easy chairs 60s, rattan couches 66s to 68s,   grasshopper, ditto, 34s, rattan chairs, 13s, tea 18s   per packet, deals on wharf of cuts, 7¾d per foot. Gold purchasers are giving 63s 3d to 63s 6d per   ounce.    

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MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

MELBOURNE LABOUR MARKET. The supply in this market continues very dull, as also the demand, occasioned by the rain. Wages may be still rated as quoted below : — Married couples without a family, £53 to £60 per annum and rations. Ditto, with family, £50 to £55. Shepherds, with rations, £32 to £35. Hut keepers, ditto, £30. General useful servants, ditto, £37 £42.   bullock drivers, with rations, £50 per annum, or £1 to £1 10s per week. Bullock drivers for the roads £3 per week. Gardeners, £42 to £12 per annum. Cooks, £40 to £50 ditto, or £1 to £1 10s per week. Bush Carpenters, with rations, £40 to £50 per annum. Stock keepers, £40 to £51 per annum.   Grooms, £50 to £60 per annum.   Carpenters, £50 per annum, or 10s to 12s per   day. Blacksmiths, £50 to £60 ditto. General farm servants, £1 to £1 5s per week. Ploughmen, £40 to £50 per annum, or £1 5s per     week. Compositors, 1s 6d per thousand. Pressmen, £4 ...

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To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

To the Editor of the " MORNING CHRONICLE." SIR,—Observing in the Adelaide Chronicle an attack of yours on our worthy Postmaster-   General, acknowledged to be one of the most efficient and zealous officers of this Govern- ment, if reliance can be placed upon the opinion generally of the merchants, community, and press of this province, your own paper only excepted; I call upon you, in justice to a calumnated gentleman, to insert the accom- panying document (obtained by me from the   Post Office Department) for the benefit of Mr Golden, of Glossop, of yourself, and any others nearer home, who may, through your means,   have formed an erroneous judgment regarding one so very generally acknowledged to be a pains- taking, efficient, and zealous public servant. I   forward you my name, and remain, Sir,   Your obedient servant. A MAN OF THE SOUTH. 21st June, 1852. MISSING NEWSPAPERS. Return showing the number of the London T...

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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR.   The buying price this week began at 62s 9d ; it soon credit up to 63s 6d, at which price it at pre-     sent remains. For large lots 63s 9d have been   given. There is at present a considerable demand   for the article, shipments being made up for the   Comordore, &c. Late news from Ballarat confirm previous reports. At the new diggings parties are netting handsomely, and it is now certain that a good population will be profitably employed there for the winter. Cres- wick's Creek and other adjacent localities are also said to be yielding well. The copious rains we have lately had do not seem to have extended to the Mount Alexander district; in some instances the want of water is still felt. Forest Creek is said to be nearly deserted for Ben- digo and the new diggings in the vicinity of it, which report speaks highly of. The différent fields however, under the head of Mount ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Augustus, barque, laid up for repairs. Asia, ship, 600 tons, Roskell from Melbourne. Amicus, schooner, Sayres, 150 tons, from Mel- bourne. Anglia, ship, 587 tons, Gardiner, from Gravesend, 27th January. Ameer, barque, Velhost, from Melbourne 14th May, and Port Elliott 25th May. Anna Dixon, brig, 2o0 tons, Kirby, from Melbourne I8th June. Charlotte Jane, ship, 730 tons, Lawrence, from Melbourne, 9th May. Duke of Corhucalt, barque, 550 tons, Myhill, from   Melbourne, Feb 10th. Dreadnought, barque. 500 tons, Lowrie from Lon-   don Feb. 13, Plymouth Feb. 19. Daphne, schooner, 55 tons, Smyth, from Melbourne 18th June. Emu, schooner, 30 tons, Miles, from Port Lincoln.   Eugne, barque, Micanin, from Mauritius, May 11.   Flash, brig, 189 tons, Trigge, from Melbourne. Glen Huntley, barque, 503 tons, Putt, from Lon- don, 10th February. Gazelle, 2o0 tons, McDonald, from Melbourne, 11th June. Juno, barque, 450 tons, Von Kyr...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

IMPOUNDINGS.   Impounded at the public pound, Clare, Sec- tion 55, Hutt River Survey—One strawberry heifer, blind of right eye, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold July 12th, at noon. W. D. KINGSMILL, Poundkeeper.   Impounded at the public pound, Govern- ment Reserve, Noarlunga—One brown filly, white streak on the face, like a writing W near shoulder ; two bay fillies, much alike, with stars on the forehead, no brands visible, about seven months old. If not claimed, will be sold July 12, at noon. W. R. BELL, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham—One big bay horse, black points, illegible brand off shoul- der : one white strawberry cow, no brand visible; one light brown and white steer, white back and belly, tail half off, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold July 12, at noon. G. BOWKER, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Section   245, Willunga—One brindle bull, about fiftee...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

LOCAL NEWS. STEAM NAVIGATION.—We are glad to an- nounce that the steamers from India will come by way of Singapore, Swan River, and Ade- laide, to Sydney. The Times of the 27th February, announces that contracts to this effect were concluded on the previous day. ROBE WARD.-At a meeting of the Electors   of Robe Ward, held on Tuesday evening, at the Scotch Thistle Inn, Kermode-street, H. Johnson, Esq., in the chair, it was unanimously resolved to nominate M. Smith, Esq., as Can- didate for the vacant seat of Alderman for the Ward. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.—The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday was 8,206 ozs. 6 dwt 5 grs.,   which, valued at £3 11s per oz,   amounts to... £29,132 8 1 and, adding the total of pre- vious deposits, viz. £518,944 3 5 gives a present total of £548,076 11 6 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.—The following are the deliveries since our last:—   South Australian Banking Company.—Nos. 996, 1027, 1075, 1122, 1123, 1124,...

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TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION IN TASMANIA. We, the undersigned, Members of the Church of England in South Australia, Clerical and Lay, feel constrained to assure you that we have watched with no ordinary interest the progress of the contest in which you have been engaged for the defence of the great principles of our Protestant Reformed Church. That occasion should arise within the bosom   of our Church for any such defence, in this the fourth century of the glorious Reformation, is indeed most deeply to be deplored. It is, however, matter of devout thankfulness to God, that at this critical juncture, there should have been raised up in the Diocese of Tasmania, so large a number of influential, able, and devoted men, both from among Clergy and Laity, who, disregarding all per- sonal considerations, are prepared respectfully, but firmly, to resist the unwarrantable encroach-   ments of the Episcopacy upon their just and legitimate ri...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 24 June 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, June 17. CONTAGIOUS DISEASE IN MERCHANT VESSELS. —Under the Act No. 3, 1850, his Excellency has issued a proclamation appointing new and more stringent regulations in reference to merchant ves- sels. As the health officer is charged with various duties in these regulations we presume he is rein- stated, and as he has acted all along, we trust he   will receive his back pay. THE ABORIGINES.—The Protector publishes an elaborate report from which we learn that in con- sequence of the judicious measures taken by him-   self the Sub-Protectors and Resident Magistrates the natives in place of robbing or insulting the   females or other inhabitants in districts nearly de- serted by adult males, they have been of the greatest service in supplying the dearth of labor caused by the gold mania. At this moment 200,000 sheep are under the charge of natives. The amount of crime perpetrated by natives is less than it has ever bee...

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