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SHIP MAILS. Mondar, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
SHIP MAILS. Mondar, September 20. For Great Britain, per 1. artin Luther, to Liverpool, this day, at half-past 3 ; and per Royal Mail steamer Australian, expected about the 25th instant. For Victoria, per Punch and Woodbridge, this day, at tl ; and per Belianee, Wednesday, 22ud, at hal f-past 9. For Western Australia, per Eleanora, this day, at 11; and per steamer Australian, as above. For the Cape of Good Hope, per steamer Austra lian, as above. BETTJEN showing the number of Packages of the under-mentioned Goods entered for and in Bond on tbe 18th September, 1852: - Brandy, 73 bhds., 23 qr.-casks, 44 cases. Bum, Vi puncheons, 42 hhds.. Il qr.-caeks. Gin and Geneva, 10 hhds., 'IA qr.-casks, 153«ase«. Whiskey, 21 puncheons, 66 hhds , 17 qr.-casks. Arrack, 5 hhds., 6 qr.-casks. Wine, 1 butt, 16 hhds^ 89 qr.-casks, 6 octaves and half-aums, 32 cases. Cider, 1 pipe, 1 hbd. Tobacco, manufactured, 9 tierces, 70 half-tierces, 185 kegs, 65 cases, 40 rolls. Cigars, 16 cases. Snuff, 7 packages...
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. CEIHIKAL SIDS. Wednesday, September 15. [The Magistrates present were H. R Willer, C. W. Bonney, and C. W. Stuart Esqrs.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. CEIHIKAL SIDS. We-lnesday, September 15. [ rta Magistrates present were H. R Willer, C. I W. Bonney, and C. W. Stuart Esqrs.] BISSTED V. NFI,SON.-This was a case of assault \V. H. Bi.-isied deposed that upon the 8th instant, he was hit and kicked by the defendant, wLoai he found fault with for driving on the footpath in Gouger-s'reet. Mr Walker, for the defendant, called Mrs Toni ki nu, wjfe of Charles Tomkins, with whom the plaint ff resided, w ho stated that »be saw Mr liiosted grossly assault Mr .Nelson, bj pulling his nose ard otherwise abusing htm. Willam Wilkins and the son of the defendant, witnesses called by Mr Parker, stated that Binsted fi>8t struck Meison, after if h ¡ch the latter returned a blow, which, however, missed the plaintiff. There was a counter-charge, viz.. NELSON V. BIXSTIJD. The plaintiff stated th*t he in the first ins ance received a blow from the defendant. From the evidence of Airs Tomkins, which flatly contradicted this avermen...
NOTICES OF MOTION AND OHLERS OF THE DAY. Wednesday, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
NOTICES OF MOTION AND OHLERS OF THE DAY. Wednesday, September 22. NoTict's OF MOTION : - 1. Ur FRAXCIS DUTTON" to move - " That it is expedient, during the p'esent Session, to arat-nd Art No. I of 185'. entitled " An Act to establish the Legislative Council of South Aus- tralia, an 1 to provide for the Election of ¡Members to serve in the same.' '* 2. Mr FBASCÎS DeiTOK to move - "That it is expedient to introduce into the amended Act ihe following al ter J lions ; 1 a. To extent the Franchise to every male inhabi- tant of this Colony, ef twenty-one years of age, who slia:l not be le ally disqualified, aud who shall be registered f«T six months in the Elec- toral District for which he seeks to exercise his vote, previous to the day of web. Election* taking place. , 6. That Votes for the Etec'.ion of Members of ! Council be^ak»-n by Ballot. c. That the qualification of Members elected to germein the Legislat.ve Council be abolished. d. That the time for which Members of thc Legislativ...
BOSS'S SHARE LIST, 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 18, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST, S, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, September 18, 1852. Barras £129 o £130 ¡cash, sellers ; ¿"125 to £126, cash b-.iyers. Gold, t-3 10« 6d, cash Sovereigns, Sd to 9d, premium. Melbourne Notes di.to. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12} per eeut. on Burra Shares. Apply to J F. ROSS, liroker. j _i
SHARE LIST King William-street, Septeuibe 18, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
SHARE LIST Xing William-street, >epteuibei ie,38â2. Borras, lástrale, £A2%, cash. M one j on Freehold, lo to lâj pe- cent. j Ditto on Burra scrip, and snial loans, 15 peri cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold,, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 6d cash, "buyers. JNO. BICH ABDiOX ¿ " , D. MELViLLlá \ Bl0kers
LITERATURE AND ART. THE MAYOR OF SOUTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
LITERATURE AND ART. "IHB M A YOB OF SOUTHAMPTON. Richard Andrews was born at Bishop Sutton, ia Hampshire, in December, 1798. His father, Thomas Andrews, was a work - ing wheelwright in the village of Bramdean, in Hampshire, a trade to which ho was ap- prenticed by the kindness of Madame Venables, of Woodart House. The earn- \ ings of the father in those times, when, schools were few and provisions dear, barely enabled his first son, Richard, from about five until he was eight or nine years of age, to attend a dame-school, at two-pence a week. Thus slenderly provided for with education, his mother's father an agricultnj ral labourer, took him to work at plough- ing, turnip-hoêing, thatching, and all the i other usual odds and ends cf a -farm-boy's i hard work, at the munificent wages of 3d ;a day. for which he laboured away for nearly three years. He was always, how- ever, on the look out for something better ; and when a little more than twelve yeats old, a chance turned up for him ...
THE OPEN COLUMN. "Audi alteram [?]tem." ENTOMOLOGY. To the Editor of the " MORNING CHROXICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
TUB OPKN COLUMN. *' Audi alteiaui jmiteiu." BNTOMOLOG7. To the Editor èf the " MOKKING CHROXICLE." SIR-As spotter T lately received fwm Mr Westwood (for fifteen years Secre- tary of thee Kntomological Society ol Londou, and -member of several English and Foreign societies) contains noticesof Ac death of scmej and the present employment, of others, whose names are well known to students in ti»e entomological department of Natural History, which I have not seen mentioned' in any colonial literary intelli- gence,-I thought the following extracts might be generally interesting to many who aro partial to the above pursuit, or to those who Lave found the names of these scientific tuen alluded to, when perusing various branches of Natural Philosophy. The portions of the letter omitted are only remarks on some entomological memoranda in former letters. I have added a few notes to the names of most of the naturalists mentioned as they are best known by their works. ÎSATTJRJE AílATOa, Corresp...
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. RESPECTFULLY COM MENDED TO LAWYERS AND THEIR CLIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. RESPECTFULLY COM MENDED TO LAWYERS j AND THEIR CLIENTS. j It is to be regretted that one compart- ment of the (Jreat Exhibition was not allotted to the efforts of British lawyers. Lincolh's-inn might have contributed its conveyances, the two Temples their special pleas and demurrer-books, and Gray'g-inn the record of proceedings:^in an action of ^çctmcntÇ IRilîs of costs ind particulars of aeuiand would ¿ave riveted, the attention jof the -gaping crowd, It night perhaps have bcoo ncceasarjr to fee a special lecturer, who would -bare been charged with the . duty of explaining the nico adaptation of thc means to die end in view. Some ignorant boor might else hare been inclined to scoff at these monuments of the wisdom of our ancestors, and bave spoken with painful irreverence of the professors of so admirable a science.- These matters are beyond the compréhension of the laity. They should be accepted as points of faith rather than subjects for reflection. Ä man sho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
[Advertisement.] SMITH, ELDER, & ^XX, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, EAST INDIA $ GENERAL AGHNTS, BEG to tender their services "st residents in Australia for the supply of Books and Stationery, and likewiss of Prints, Philosophi- cal sud Musical Instruments, Fire Arms Cutlery, Sadlery, vlate, and other Miscellaneous Articles. Their extensive connections and mst>*-vd arrangements enable them to execute 01 dei * of every description on the mostadvaa tageoua terms, and with lite utmost possible despatch. The rapid and Tegular means of transit now ?offered by Steam communication wiih the Australian coonies offers an inducement to residents in those counti ies to transmit their orders direct to London for execution.; and thus obtain the advantage of the best tnd largest market, in place of selecting from the limited and sometimes inferior supplies of goods consigned to foreign countries. BOOKS AND PERIODICALS. "S. E. and Co. undertake the regular trans- mission of Books and Periodic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, PERFORMED AT THK "ADELAIDE MORNING CHRONICLE" OFFICE, RTJNDLE-STB.EET, WITH ACCffEACT AND DISPATCH. Bookbinding hy Competent Workmen. AUSTBALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Steamer AUSTRALIAN, , is expected here, en route for England, on or about the 25th instant. Applications for freight or passage may be AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. 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 Callfcf £4 per Snare will be pay- able on allotment, and s&ip receipts wilt 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. Elder and Co. 7th September, 1852. made to the Undersigned* A.~L. ELDER 4 eO.T Agents. 7 th September. Incorporated by Roy...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABBITED. September 16-The ship Queen of Sheba, SlO tona, Hingston, from Melbourne. Passengers Mr and Mrs Forbes and child, Messrs. Catchlove, Morgan, Grosse, Lewis, McCarthy, Robinson, Steven, Spee, Cable, A click, Peak, Spall, and Honey, in the cabin; Messrs, Young 2, Hutchinson 2, Highmore. Flinn, Gill, Davenport, Morgan, Beaver stock, Gearey 8, Simpson, Gottfids, Beadmall. Johnson, Bradford, Fergus, Martin, McCabe, Har- vey, Naylons, Parole, Hagger, Lucas, Scott, Fair- weather, Richardson, brumyes, Blanca, Smith, Nftwman. Stabb. Apiey, Pollock, Homes, Major, Williams, Carrick. Vage, Hodge, Morphett, Palydor, Mnllin, Ford, Andrews, Robins, Overbridge, Hoff, Elopten, Bert osen, Dodd 2, Bes tm an, G rotter, Salmon, Hidley, Barker 3, Ziln, Bnrward, Treven- son 3, Gerbiss, M asnear, Jones, Summers, Kingston, Thornton, Davidson, Williams, Reid, Smith, Ni artin, Ruth, Evana, Johnson, Birch, Cheyne, Roberts, Cameron, Hunter, Fisher, Roberts, Moore, and Koweit, in t...
THE LEGISLATIVE COUXCTL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. Increase of Salaries. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
THE LEGISLATIVE COUXCTL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. Increase ff Salaries. The COLONIAL SECRET A RT remarked that the House had inadvertently sanctioned an in- &lt; formality on a former occasion by voting an increase of salai y to certain official persona. The proper course to have been adopted was to have voted a request to his Eiceiiency to make such increase. Mr HARE immediately gave notice of jaotion for such an Address to bis Excellency. Business of the Day The REGISTRAR-GENERAL moved " That adjourned Debates do take precedence of all other business, excepting that ot the Govern ment." The moti .n was negatived. Proceedings in Equity Regulation BUL The ADVOCATE-GENERAL moved the second reading of this BUL In so doing he need not remark that considerable amendment and im- provement might be effected in the proceed- ings of the Court of Equi -y. The Bill btfore the House had been drawn up by Mr Justice Cooper in conjunction with Mr justice Craw- ford. Had he (the Advocate-Ge...
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE OVERLAND ESCO&T.-39,401 ounces of gold were brought in by the Escort on Thurs- day last. This is the largest amount of gold ever vet brought from the Diggings of Victoria at one time by the Mounted Police of this Province, its value being £139,684 4s. The journey both to the Bendigo and back has been one of extreme hardship, which the fact of fourteeen horses, and seven men. being left behind fully testifies. The country around Horsham, and the Darlow Plains, were entirely under water, and the men composing the Escort were obliged to walk* -leading the horses, frequently up to their waist, in water, the distunes of 160 miles. Thfey bear testimony however to the kindness and sympathy of their commander, Mr Inspector Bose, of whom they speak in high terms. : The Escort arrived at the Wool Shed just one hour prior to the arrival of Mr Alford, who» party Sra? all welL There had been at the diggings a riot of con- siderable importance, cauBfed by a parly of Iri...
THE RIVER MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
THE RIVER MURRAY. IF Captain Cadell had done no more than confirm the correctness of those facts in relation to the Murray, which previous explorers have stated, he would have con- ferred no slight benefit on the colony. The statements of a landsman, however trust- worthy may be his character, must always be received wita some degree of suspicion, when he testifies to nautical matters. The opinions of a seaman, and especially those of a seaman who is soon to reduce his assertions to the test of experiment, must necessarily command a greater amount of &nbsp; respect. The report which Captain Cadell gives of the river, as derived from his own observation, must be considered quite con- clusive on the question of the navigability of the Murray. A question, indeed, respect- ing which little doubt existed before, but &nbsp; which now is established by the strongest &nbsp; evidence possible, short of actual navigation. But Captain Cadell has done more than &...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852
MARRIAGES. &nbsp; On Thursday, the 16th instant, by the Rev. T. Q. Stow, Mr F. H Faulding eldest son of Mr Francis Faulding, Surgeon, Swinefleet, Yorkshire, to Eliza, second daughter of R. F. Macgeorge. On the same day, by the Rev. T. T. N. Hull, &nbsp; Charles Ellersham, Esq., of Melbourne, to Eliza- beth Ann, eldest daughter of John Howard Esq., of &nbsp; &nbsp; Adelaide, and formerly of Leeds. &nbsp;