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POLICK COURT. Thursday, September 16. [Before H R. Wigley, Esq.] [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 20 September 1852

POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 16. [Before H R. Wigley, Esq.] Charles Barker was fined 5s for being drunk. Agnes Ward, aged 18 years, was charged with stealing a 10s order from the house of Michael Joseph Patten. Mrs Patten did not wish to pro- secute, but his Worship said as the charge had been laid, the prisoner must take her chance. Mrs fatten stated she had missed several suma of money, and thought that hy leaving the iOs order in the way of the prisoner she should be able to detect whether or not the prisener was the guil y party, -^aw the prisoner taKe the order, and changed ber with so doing, which s<he di-nied. Prosecutrix then sent fora policeman, but the pi isolier still denied the theft. The proseculris then went down to the police-station to give the prisoner in charge, and during her absence the order «rae found by her husband near the prisoner's bed. Mr larker for. the defendant, elicited from the prosecutrn that the order had been folded up and thrown on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

TERMS* £1 16. "pfer Wnúbfimjüfo fe ««Mace? £s .naît. Ca*h feñá. Jfor AíWrtíie««Jtf Î-ÏÔT one inch and nuder 8a, and ta ^ 5eaen al3a1t1bDa ¡ncb.aaeb insertion. ^ * ? Printed p-4»a«*ea^ Acornáis Cfota-*^^*mtÍB* uttca, iRvacBa «w^ Adatad SpafbAntr^

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

The Government Assayer is prepared to receive Gold Dost for assay under an Act' Ko 1¿ of IS52, Km Tuesdays and 'Fridays, beween the hours of IO «.m. and a p.m., subject to the following regnla tiens: - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by tue Go. vernment Assayer, must be brought to the Assay Office, ra de Government Buildings, King William. street, between the hoars of lu o.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'parcal of Gold being- presented at the office, tbé Government Assayer, or his satinant, will proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh tba sume, arid will enter in the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its receiy t, and the name of tbe owner thereof, together with the name of the TS«uk at which the said Gold when assayed «nd smelted, is to be delivered io, cr ka the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry in the assay book shall be signed by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

NOW PUBLISHED. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN" AL M ÀN ACE. I FOR 1853. THIS is the tenth annual publication of this useful work, and the publisher confi- dently trusts that the reputation it has at- tained will be fully maintained by the present -edition. The , Work can be obtained at the Offi'e of i the Morning Chronicle, and of all the Adelaide booksellers. RS ERE YOU DESPAIR. ¡ Extract of a letter from Mr Benjamin Mackie, ; et respectable Quaker, dated Cromagh, near j Longhall, Ireland, September 14, 1848. ! i To Protestor Holloway, I Respected Friend - Thy excellent, pills hare effectually cored me of an asthma, which afflicted \ me for three years tu such an extent. that £ was j obliged to walk my room at night for air ; afraid of being' soffocated, if I weet to bed, by cong-h and phlegm. Besides taking the pills. I rubbed plenty ! of thy ointment into my chest, night and morning. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. CURE Or ASTHMA. (Signed) BENJAMIN MACKIE.. ¡ ctr&s or TTFHTJS FÊTER WHEN SCPPOSBD...

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR There have been no important news from the Echan ga Diggings daring the »eek nntil to-day, the quantities procured being still considered limited abd insufficient to stop the steady tide of emigration to Melbourne. Some beautiful specimens of quartz conglomerate were exhibited in the Exchange a few days ago, 6aid to have been got within a few feet of the surface. To-day, however, intelligence brought by Mr Murray, the Assistant Commissioner, is to the effect that the gold is now being got in larger quantities. One party is said to have weighed 53 ounces as the produce of their labour, but I am not aware bow long they had been working ; the gold has been got on the top of the pipe-clay, about 7 feet from the surface, and from one load of stuff no less than 15 ounces had been obtained on washing. Whatever may be the effect of such results, in keeping our male pof ula-ion in the colony, it is dear that a considerable majority of them will leave their ordinary emp...

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BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADB, September 22. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADB, September 22. 1852. Barras - £129 to£131 cash,sellers; £126cash, bu jen. Gold, t S 10s 6d, cash, buyers Sovereigns, 8d to 9d, premium. Buyers. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, I2i per cent, on Burra Shares. t Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.

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ORIGINAL POENTRY. OPEN HOUSE. From the Get man of Gcethe. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

QEEN HOUSE. From the Get man of Gáthe. G netts in plenty to myánind . .. S .^n wUl coule to fill my (¿ble ; ' Since to give a feast, I find, Grand «sd splendid, i am able, Fish, and flesu, and fowl« and wine ; And all agree to come and dine ; Run, Jack run ! gb take your s*and. To tell me when they're near at.band. Good children I expect to aee. All innocent of even thia, That sweet abd pleasant it might be, To gire a friend a loving kiss ; \ Kan, Jack, run ! and take your station. See if they come per invitation. Wim» I full y bop« will dine, Obedient, careful, meek and bumble ; To love their husbands who incline, The more those naughty husbands grumble ; Iiook, Jack look ! and be alive, To meet these guests as they arrive. Young gentlemen without conceit, And not a particle of dash, Bat manly, modest, and discreet ; With both their pockets full of cash. These I've is rited ; mn Jack, run ! For I expect them every one. Hutband» I ve asked with great respect. Who (st no other beasti...

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SHARE LIST. Bang William-street, September 22, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

SHARE LIST. Bang William-street, September 22,-1862. Barras, last sale, £ 127, casa. Moser OB Freehold. IO to I2¿ per cent. Ditto on Barra'scrip, and smal loans, 15 par. cent. Ditto on disco on ts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 6d cash, buyers. JNO. BICHABDSON f B . D. UELYlhLE $ »Okers.

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. GRAIN AND FLDUS HAUSET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. - QRA1S AED rou* HAUST. Wheat, 7s 3d Floor, £22 to £22 10« Bread, 7d per 21 b loaf Barley, English, 5s per bushal " Cape. 4s 9d per bushel Oats, 7s Ed to 8s. In great demand Bran,-ls 8d Pollard, ls 8d CHAS. 3. BABBT. Nev Corn Exchange, . . firenfell-street. Sept. 22. 1852.

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THE SISTER COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

THE SISTER COLONIES. By yesterday's arrivals, we have received late papers from Sydney, Hobart Town, and Perth, (Western Australia), but we do not I observe any news ot much importance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS. COUNTRY STOREKEfcPERS, AND OTHERS. . . -Hs* & y] ? 1 MR FREDERICK FISHER having re- turned to Adelaide by the Cheshire Witch, takes this opportunity of rel urning thanks to his friends for former support, and to inform them that his arrangements made with his friends in Sydney, will enable him to offer a well selected Slock of Wines, Spirits, and Groceries, at all times, on reasonable terms, NR. - Colonial Produce purchased at market price, or taken in exchange. j Gilbert place, Hindley street, ' September, 1852. TO CONNOISSEURS AND LOVERS OF OLD TAWNEY. TWENTY-FOUR CASES very superior OLD TAWNEY PORT, 3 dozen eacfa¿ at a reasonable figure. .- FREDERICK FISHER,' Gilbert place, Urndfey-streets SALEby the Undersigned, çx Cheshire J Witch, Invoices of the follpwíog Goods CO A LS_40 tons Newcastle KICK .181 bags bestTatoft TOBACCO_6 half-tierces Kerr's cele-, bratcd honeydew - _10 kegs Shellard's, equal to' Barrett's BRADDY_4 hhda Hennessey"* Old Cog- ( ...

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SHIP MAILS. Thnrsday, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

SHIP MAILS. Thnrsíkr, September 23. For Great Britain, per Martin Luther, to Liverpool' this dar, at half-past 3 ; and per Beyal Mail .teamer Australian, expected about the 25th instant. For Victoria, per Woodbridge, this day, at ll ; per Belianct, tho day, at half-past 12 ; and per Circassian, Tuesday, 28th, at half-past 3. For Wastern Australia, per steamer Australian, as above. For the Cape of Good Hope, per steamer Austra- lian, as above. For Guichen and Rivoli Bays, per Daphne, Monday, 27th instant RETURN showing the number of Packages of ibe under-mentioned Goods entered for and in Bond on the 18th September, 1852 : - Brandy, 73 bhds., 23 qr.-casks, 44 cases. Bum, 12 puncheons,42 bhds., ll qr.-casks. Gin and Geneva, 10 bhds., '¿4 qr.-casks, 153 oases. Whiskey, 21 puncheons, 66 hhds , 17 qr .-cask«. Arrack, 5 hhds., 6 qr.-casks. Wine. 1 butt, 16 hUds-, 89 qr.-casks, 6 octaves and half-Aums, 32 cases. Cider, 1 pipe, 1 hhd. Tobacco, manufactured, 9 tierces, 70 half-tiarcss, 185{k...

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SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO. Monday, September 20. (Before Mr Justice Cooper.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

SUPREME COURT. IN BANCO. Monday, September 20. (Before Mr Justice Cooper.) GILES V. TBS BASK or ADSTEALASIA.-Mr Fisher, for the d<-fenda«>ts. would have moved for a ' neve trial, the point .OD which he might have asked 1er a nonsuit not having boen reversed. His in I btruciions were now not to take that coarse, as the publie appeared to entertain a degree .of prejudice against the Rank. He would, however, move for an arrest of judgment, because the South Australiar Company, not being a cbarteted body, lind no power io sue in trover, eo nomme, and there- for« did not possess the right to do so through a rejristere-J officer. Hts Honor decided that the object of the Act was to enable the Company to sue and be sned ai d to authorise that to be effected in the name pf a regis- tered officer, which, supposing them to have been a body corporate would not have been tiecessarj. Bule refused. ' " * .

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Thursday, September 16. Pav list for the week ending September 14th," £1^2 5s 9d. Receipts £73 6s 2d. Balance in hand £103 11s. City Surveyor.-This officer reported that the various works in hand were nearly com- pleted. I. was determined to invite applica- tions for the Surveyorship, which post had become vacant by the resignation of Mr Webber. Market and Slaughter House. - It was agreed that all future works should be con- tracted for, and that a shed should be erected, the cost not to exceed £20. Streets, Sewers, and Bridges.-The report of the Committee was rend and adopted. j Park Lands.-The motion of Mr ilaire that the reven ie arising from these lands be em- ployed for their improvement, was negatived. Biding on the Footpaths.-A letter from Mr Wigley, stating that he considered the amo<:nt of fine for this offence sufficient, was read. Saltfax Street Brewery.-Mr Johnson, of Gilles street, complained of a nuisance arising from this establishment. Re...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. Mr Baker, Mr Ellis, M> Hart, and the Registrar-Geueral, were absent. Trinity Board. The COLONIAL SECRETARY, in reply to a question from Mr HALL, whether it was the intention of the Government to amend the Act constituting .the Trinity Board at Port Adelaide, said it was not in his power just then to give a positive . reply. Thsre ¿ras-a corres- pondence on this matter still moder the con- sideration of the Government. Law */ Real Property Amendment Bill. T. MR GWYNNE moved " For leave tn io trod ace a Bill to be entitled ' A Bill to Amend the Law of Real Property." In introducing this measure, fie honorable member stated it was weil known that the law ot primogeniture bad existed, for many age« down to the present lime. By such law the eldest son ot a person dying intestate, must succeed to the entire property ot his predecessor. He had ¿ra » II up the Bili to the be-t of his abihty. No doubt so serious a matter required intense con...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I ANONYM ons CONTBEBÜTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure attention to OUT contributions, that the name and address of tba writer should accompany them If Correspondents wish to remain con cealed from the public, we will keep their secret, I. bot to guarantee their good faith they must be ! known to us. ! ERBATOM.-In the report of the case of Nelson I against Binste<l, in our last, an error occurs. Mrs j Tomkins deposed that she Baw Mr Nelson grossly assault Mr Binsted ¡-not that Mr Blasted as- saulted Mr Nelson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

NOTICE. A Weekly^Edition of ike ADELAIDE MOHK TSG CHRONICLE is Jbrvcarded regularly to Haunt 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 in the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. i MORNIMG CHRONICLE OrncE, ! August 26, 1852.

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THE COLONIAL TREASURER ON THE BULLION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

THE COLONIAL TREASURER ON THE BULLION ACT. WE heve been favoured by Mr Torrens with a copy of his pamphlet on the working of the Bullion Act, which we have perused with the attention which the importance of the subject and the position of the author , demand. j Excepting on some minor details, we : fully agree with Mr Torrens in his pre- j amble. He gives full force to the peculiar j circumstances which rendered the passing j of. the Bullion Act an absolute necessity, j But in his objections to the principle of ' the Act, and in bis arguments against its j continuance for any longer period, we ' observe several fallacies, which we consider it our duty to expose. We are said io have a depreciated currency, because a premium of from 2£ to 5 per cent, is charged on gold coin, and because the exchange with Melbourne is at 5 per cent, premium. About eighteen months ago the exchange with London was at 4 per cent, premium, instead of, as at present, at 3¿ to 4| per cent, discount. Accordin...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

Brandy, Hafted Tin. per Stilen O IX O O IS O .i3&t&ß*»:ft*.fm». -JUfUA . - I l« « Ditto, MarteU% per gai « J* O , OOO Ditto ditto per caae ik I io O 1 U O Up. otfaer brmJuU rMT gaL' Ó 10 O O » O Ditto, ditto,per ease ISO i 8' Ó ^(Wilfper ganos 0 4 fi 0 0 V « hiiikj, ditto." 1* 0 0 0 O Gin (Old lom) disto.. O 8' O OOO Geneva, »ercasa...... o* O O'* Os O' O WINES - (üutj paiai - ***** P^PPe. 48 O O (5 O O Ditto^perduieñI . *i;OMâ jí O Sherry, par pipe ...... SS O O ¿4o O Ditto, per dozen. 1 4, 4» ~ 1 19 Cape, per nips... ' aoae. Champagne, per doten 2 O O 0-0 " Claret,ditto .....- j $ 0 1 10 o Manda, par pipe. OOO 00« Ditto, oer doten i/.. O 0 0 0 0-0 O O PORTES Taylofrp«nïoVk.. -\ Trueman's f Bardar Perkins' .. f 6 18 0" « « «* Wbiibread*s........ j: Ditto, pw doten. O IS Q' O4 O' O DnbliD ditto, ber hfad .. 415 O OOO ALE-London brana», per fchd.-i........ 7 O 0 0 0 Basra Karto*, £o. 3 .. 8* 0 0 8 8 « Bottled, pardos....... OH O' 0/ 13 O Ditter per dor. Dunbar's o 1J;...

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LITERATURE AND ART. THE QUEEN'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 23 September 1852

LITERATURE AND ART. THE QUEEN'S HEAD. [The following article, from Charles Dickens's Household Words, will be read with interest, now that the postage stamp system will probably be introduced here.] It is not of the "Queen's Head," under whose sign accommodation for man and horse is conspicuously vaunted : it is not of that very red portrait of a lady, in a sky blue pelisse, edged with spotted putty, whose pink brow ia wedged into an ochre crown, whose fleshly arm is indented with a prodigious sceptre, and whose whole figure is gibbeted in most English thorough- fares, that we now intend to speak j but it is of the blushing Queen's head, whose gem-like prettiness, compact shape, beauty of linear execution, and truthfulness ol likeness, are displayed upon nearly three hundred millions of the paper missives which fly about the country every year, amongst every rank and grade of the Royal Original's subjects. This miniature Queen's head-which Mr Rowland Hill's penny postage bas called ...

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