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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRI VED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRI VED. September 23-The cotter Lapwing. 62 tons, H. Simpson, from Swan River and King George's Sound. Passengers- Mr and Mrs Pervatt, Messrs Stone, Dam, Beltiofct, Hoghes, and Alexander, in the cabin. ^ame day-The brig Louisa, l?*2 tons, Wm. Heslop, from Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs Mouldsworth, Powell, Turner, Reid, Hide, Morgan, Porter, Tasker and wife, Mr and two Misses Hoghes, and Mr timpson, in the cabin ; Messrs Thornley, Parker, Carihy 2, Young 2, Schultze, Gilnke, Bonne, Smith. May, Sinclair, Berthausen, Mercer, Moiton, Schneider, Messell, Seddoff. Smith, May, Sinelair 2, Thompson, Gibb, Eddlestoue, Greig, Packford, Waldbrou<rh. (blaney, Putton, Nation 4, Dawson. Dahoney, Howard, Lees, N óigate, Willis, Sands, Melville, McDougall 2, Adams, Pen- man, Stevens 3, Coffey, Sterling, Vale 2, Bott, Barnett, Siffott 2. Plomkett, Harrison, Anderson, and Mitchell, in the steerage. f Same day-The brig Lady Harvey, Hay, from Melbourne. Passengers-Mes...

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POLICE COURT. Friday. September 54. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

POLICE COURT. Friday. September 54. Three of the foot-police vere charged with being drank on their beat and neglecting their doty. They were fined conjunctively £8. Saturday. September 25. Jacky, an aboriginal, was charged by Sergeant Thompson with catting and damaging the posts of the bridge at the Ford on Friday night. Jacky said " he only cut little bit. bat white fellow t^ke deal away in a cart. He wonld not cat more." Dismissed with a caution. Andrew Leary, charged by the Inspector vof Nuisances with riding on his dray in North-terrace on Saturday morning, was fined 10s. Mr Beading himself took the man into custody, thereby showing the advantage to the public of having invested him with an official Baton.

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. PROPOSED NEW POSTAGE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. PROPOSED NEW POSTAGE REGULATIONS. '.The Colonial Secretary stated to tue Legislative Council yesterday, that it .was thc intention..of tho Government -to -intËb duce.a measure rendering the prepayment 1 of letters compulsory, but not reducing, at present, the rate of postage. Of course, I the plan of prepayment involves the use of postage stamps, a method found to work admirably ia England, and which has been introduced into the adjoining colonies of 1 New South Wales and Victoria. There is no doubt that the system of prepayment has been productive of good effects. It was adopted in Great Britain and Ireland in 1840 as a means of facilita- ting the carrying out of the Penny Postage scheme. The effect was to obviate tho necessity of employing a large number of clerks, whose services must necessarily have been occupied in keeping the accounts be- tween the different offices, and of receiving monies on prepaid letters, under the old plan, lt also enabled the letter-...

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ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, September 22. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL). [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

ADELAIDE LuCAL COURT. Wednesday, September 22. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRIMINAL). ¡ James Ferdinand Schmidt was charged with as 1 saultiag his cook, Harriett Harris, bj striking aud ! kicking her. '1 he prosecutrii, a middle-aged I woman, deposed that she had been fire days ia the j defendant's service, a;id on Thursday last was i baking in the kitchen, when he took a lamp, struck : her with it, and said if she did not go off he would i break her neck. He abused ber, and afterwards kicked her. In answer to the defendant she denied that ho told her to go oat of the kitchen before striking her, and also that she threw the oil from the lamp over him. Fined £ 1 and costa. John Bassett, a big boy, was charged with beat- ing Jacob Hooper; A little fellow about half his own size. The two laos had quarrelled at bowden, where their parents live, and the elder thought it a fining opportunity toNread hts comrade a practical lecture upon the oid adage, " might makes right." His Worship censured b...

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The morning Chranicle. Adelaide Menday, September 27. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

Cire ÂiÉîg ®jitíitíclt i Adelaide i Menda?, September27. 1652. " This is true liberty, when free-born men. Having to advise the public, maj speak free." -Euripide*.

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SHARE LIST. King William-streefc, September 24, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-streefc, September 24, 18¿¿. Rnrras, last sale, £127, casu. Money on Freehold. 10 to 124 per cent. Ditto on Burra scrip, and stna 1 loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 6d cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON/ p . a" D. MELV1LLK Í Brokere

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IMPROVEMENTS IN OUR POSTAL SFSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

IMPROVEMENTS IN OUR POSTAL SFSTEM. I M«EE -than a week bas new elapsed since j the Colonial Secretary announced in his j place in Council the intention of the Go- vernment to bring ia a Bill to effect cer» j tain alterations in tbe postal arrangements of this province. He then intimated two ' particulars in which, alteration was con- templated ; 1st, to render prepayment of postage compulsory 3 2nd, to provide for a gradual reduction in the rates of postage (o a minimum to be fixed by the Council. No further steps appear to have been taken by the Government in the direction indicated; and it may be well to jog official memories in reference to this matter. There is no subject of a social character of greater cen sequence to the people at large than this of postal intercourse ; and there is no griev- ance of a social kind, remediable by legisla- tion, more severely felt here than that arising out of our present system. It must be distinctly understood that we do not intend to breathe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

BIRTH.     In North Adelaide, on the 24th inst., Mrs James Hamilton, of a son. MARRIED. On Thursday the 23rd instant, by the very Reverend the Dean, at Trinity Church, William Bartley, Esq, to Sarah Arn, third daughter of   Thomas Cooper, Esq., Henley-on-Thames.   By licence, on the 18th instant, at Christ Church O'Halloran Hill, by the Rev M- Schoales, William Henry,eldest son of Mr Andrew Rankin, formerly of Glasgow now of Manchester, to Mary, only daughter of Mr John Rushton, of Nottingham.         On the 13th instant, at Blakiston, by the Rev. Mr Fulford, Mary Ann, .eldest daughter of Mr   Joseph Lather, of Echunga, to William Hill, also of Echunga. DEATHS. On Friday morning, at Hill Cottage near North Adelaide, George John Crawford, Esq., Second Judge of the Supreme Court of this Province, aged 40 years. On September 16th, at North-terrace, Fanny, the beloved wif...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

IMPOÜNDINGS. ^ Impounded st tbe public pound, Angas Park -One white knobby bullock with red spots, top off the near ear, the other marked like 14 off ribs, 5 off thigh, POO near ribs ; one white G bullock with red spots, small loop horns, e*r marked, like N off tump, 2 off thigh, like JP or JB or JR near rib«; one red bullock, loop horns, small star in forehead, JC HE conjoined near ribs, liae 8 near loin, illegible brand near rump; one light red bu lock, white on the back and hind legs, KB off ribs, tip off the off 2 horn, WL near ribs, RB cff rump ; one dark x 2 red sided bullock, strawberry head, I near WL ribs, NCX off rihs ; ene red bullock, stag horns, ear marked, like P in triangle off ¡shoulder; DAVS off rump, like TE conjoined ! near shoulder, white hind feet ; one red steer, hoop horns, off ear marked, little white on the back, IS off ribs. If net claimed, to be sold October I8th, at neon. J. S. PLUSH. Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound. Section 7557, Gawler River,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

FOR MELBOURNE. NOTICE TO PASSKNGERS PER SHIP " DREADNOUGHT." A LL DRAYS lo be shipped r\_ This Day, the 27lh .-sep- tember. Horses To-Moirow, before 11 o'clock, and Passen- gers to be on board by 1 o'clock in »be Afternoon. Apply to the Captain on board. SIC HD. TAPLEY, Agent, at the Port, and CAPT. DUFF, King William street, Adelaide. Sept. 27th, r852. CAPTAIN J. LAWRIE. OF THE " DREADNOUGHT. " Adelaide, September 20,1852. WE, the Undersigned, being Passengers of the above -named barque from Mel- bourne, consider it a duty we owe to the Captain end Officers, to-state our unqualified approval of the arrangements of the ship, and also beg to oder to the Captain our thanks for bis kindness throughout the passage from Melbourne to this Port. Cabin Passengers. Geo. Cham pian P. Coyle AnneChampiaa Thos. Willington Charles Best Henry Wiliington Steerage Passengers. Wm. Brownhill Wm. Matthews Wm. Thiney John WilsonJ .tames Bradley Riobard Coomba James Wright Edward Kennedy John Barton Anth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE Steamer AUSTRALIAN, is expected here, en route for England, on or about the 25th instant. Applications for freight ar passage may be made to the Undersigned. A- L. ELDER 6 CO., Agents. 7 th September. _ AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Incorporated by Hayal Charter. THE DIRECTORS haring allotted a cer- tain number of Share« to the colony of South Australia, Messr^çAJL. Eld<r and <3&, of Adelaide, hare had placeji at their disposal 2000 SHARES of £10 eachiu 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. Elder and vJo. 7th September, 1852. 28th instant. For the sailing qualities of thia vessel, com- bined with safety and comfort at sea, and the attention paid to all on board, ref...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Mr Grainger and Mr Gwynne were absent. Proceedings in Equity Regulation Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. Mr Grainger and Mr Gwynne were absent. Proceedings in Equity Regulation Bill. The ADVOCATE-GENERAL stated thai Mr Justice Cooper was desirous that jthe further consideration of the Bill should be postponed until th* Huies of Court which ,he was lhen engaged in preparing should be presented in a complete form. The Rules would be ready on Monday (to-day). He wonid therefore, with permission, postpone the considerad >n of the Bill till Tuesday. Police Commissioners' Appointment Bill. ' This Bill was read a third time and passed. Government Returns. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid on the table Returns ot the appropriation of the Revenue under Schedule D., No. 2 ; a correspondence from the Stipendiary Magistrate at the Port, also Returns of the Revenue derived trow the Bonded Stores for 1851 and 1852. Ordered to be printed. Estimates. The COLONIAL SECRETARY submitted to the House the items connected witu the Assay ; Office and the Gold Esco...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAT OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Friday, waa 8,576 ozs. 13 dwU 14 grs., which, valued at £3 Hs per oz, amounts to. £30,447 4 3 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,094,04© 4 6 gires a present total of.£1,124,487 8 9 DELIVERY OF GOLD IN«OTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 3712, 3713, 3714, 3715, 3740, 3741, 3742, 3772, 3643, 3771, 3773, 3774, 3779, 3781, 3782, 2797, S808, 3810, 3811, 3812, ¿842, 3843, 3845, 3846, 3795, 3796. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3711, 3744, 3745, 3468, 3791, 3792, 3809, 3840, Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 3617, 3748, 3749, 3750, 3751, 3752, 3753, 3754, 3755, 3757, 3758, 3759, 3642, 3780, THE LATE MR JDSTICE CRAWFORD.-We regret to announce that the gloomy anticipation we hinted in our last has been too fatally fulfilled by the decease of this gentleman on Friday last. Few men bare ever succeeded io. earning so large a share of respect and es- t...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

afüNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 23. The lie tir tug Councillors.-Mr Stocks ex- pressed his wish to retire from the representa- tion of Kobe Ward, hut efter a few remarks from his Worship and from some of the mem- bers, the subject dropped. Finante Committee -A. report inclosing sundry accounts for Public Works, Furniture, and Stationary, amounting to £62119s 6d was adopted. Also a report recommending that a classified Est of butchers should have licences granted for depasturing on the Park Lands, and suggesting that fifteen of the trade should be charged ls 3d each, and thirteen 2s 6d, ! Licenses were ordered to be granted. ; GiUes-streeU-Mr Clark obtained leave to construct a drain in order to remove the nuisance complained of as arising from hi Brewery. Auditors.-It was decided to advertise, inviting applications for these officers. City Surveyor.-Several applications for this office had been received, but their consider- ation was postponed till next week. Clerk of the Ma...

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LETTEKS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER IV. Melbourne, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

LliTTEKS FROM MELBOURNE. LETTER IV. Melbourne, September 13. It is the habit of many South Australian colonists to undervalue this place, especial) j in reference to its Government, its public build- ings, and its institutions, as compared with those of Adelaide. There is no doubt that in some things it is behind Adelaide, having ex peiienced for many years the evil consequences oHieing the dependency of a dependency ; but duce it became a separate colony it has made i very rapid strides, «nd unless a more vigorous system is adopted in South Ä.t^^l^iwifl*non leave your colony bebind.. Othsideiring that the South Australian ©overnmerit; ha« always had an almMttmcohtroUf^ito^ of its own funds), the neglect it '"has exhibited in roany things for the comfort and convenience of the people is very disgraceful. I will give you a few instances in which this place, even as a dependency, has outstripped its sister etty. THE BOTANIC GARDEN.-I visited this lovely spot yesterday (Sunday), and'fo...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

VICTORIA. The Australian, expected on -Saturday, did not arrive ; but by recent arrivals, : we have news to the 18th instant. ' ^ ; The agents of the Royal Australian Mail Steam Navigation Company, had issued^ en advertisement, contradicting the., rumour that the Australian would not sail until the 1st of October, and stating that she was bound to leave Sydney not latervtban the 13th instant, and to remain at Melbourne only 3 days. Freight and passengers'were' to be en- gaged for before the 20th. The freight of gold to England was f per bent. The Legislative Council had determined to pray her Majesty to make Melbourne the 6eat of Australasia authority and the residence of the Governor-General. The Conside screw steamer, from Sydney with 300 passengers, was wrecked on Point Lonsdale reef, on the night pf 1 uesáay, the 14th instant. Fourteen passengers were drowned in attempting to swim ashore. The schooner Portland had been wrecked on the I same reef not nio^e than an hovr previously...

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LITERATURE AND ART. OUR ANCESTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 27 September 1852

LITERATURE AND ART. OUR ANCESTRY. The chief element of our nation is Ger- manic, and we have reason to be proud of our ancestry : freedom has been its here- ditary characteristic from the earliest times.   The Germans, alone, of all the nations of antiquity, successfully withstood the ambi- tion and the arms of Rome; they never endured either a foreign conqueror or a domestic tyrant. Similarly proud and un- blemished by servitude are the pedigrees of two more of the elements of our nation : the Danes and the Normans who came among us, were, and ever had been freemen. It was only the British portion of our elements that had endured foreign conquest and arbitrary rule, and even this source of our nation had become so largely tinged by the fusion of the Roman conquerors with the conquered Celts, that we can regard it, if not with pride, at least without humilia- tion. Our German ancestors were freemen, having kings with limited authority, who were selected from certain fam...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

ADELAIDE PMCfi ci^ßBKt? SPÏEITS (ia bond) £ a d ? ? d Brandy, United Vin. per gallon ...». o 12 0 0 12 O Ditto, dardo., per. ease 10 0 I 12 O Ditta^ Marteü's.pergaL O 12 o OOO Ditto, ditto per case 1 IO O 1 13 0 Do. other brands per gal 0 10 (I OOO Ditto, ditto, per case .. 1 5 0 8 0 Bani (W. L) per gallon 0 4 6 OOO Whisky, ditto ...... 1 2 O OOO Gin (Old l om) ditto- 0 8 0 0 9 0 Geneva, »ercasa..._-"." OOO OOO WINES - (doty^uaj - Port, per pipe 4Ç 0 0 ¿5 0 0 Ditto, per dozen_I. 15 0 2 0 0 Sherry, per pipe. 45 0 0 40 O O Ditto, per dosen 14 0 "l 12 0 Cape, per pipe. none. Champagne, per dozen 2 0 0 3 0 0 Ciaretj ditto . 15 0 I 10 0 , Marsala, per pipe. OOO OOo / Ditto. Der dozen. 0 0 o o 0 0 PORTEE Taylor*« per bid.... "\ Trueman's ...... / Barclay Perldos' .. / 5 15 0 «60 WMibread's...j Ditto, per dozen. O 12 o OOo Dublin ditto. Der hbd 4 15 o OOO ALE-London bran era, per tbd. 7 o O O o Bass's Bnrton, Ko. 3 .. 8 0 O 8 8 0 Bottled, per dos-,. 0 II o O 12 0 Ditto, perdos. Dunbar's 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

TERMS: £l 16a per annum, payable in advance ; £2 credit. Cash terms for Advertisements;-For one iochand under 3s, and ls fi>r.e^ch additioaa irjch.eachJnsejdooQ. Printed and published by Aiidrev Mnrraj, at the Morning CkrmkU Printing Office, Rundle dmt, Ab&tte,South Australia.

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ASSAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

ASSAY OFFICE. The Government Assayer is prepared io receive Gold Doit for assay under an Act Ko I, of 1852, on Tuesdays and 'Fridays, beween the hoars of IO a.m. and 2 p.m.. subject to the following regala dons: - 1. All uncoined Gold to be assayed by the Go- vernment Assayer, mnst be brough tra ¿be Assay Office, in the Government Buildings, King WilUaw street. between the hours of 10 a.m., and 2 p.m., on tuesdays and Fridays. .i. No 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, viii proceed, in the presence of the person bringing such Gold, to weigh the same, and will enter ia the assay book the weight of the Gold, the date of its receiy t, and the name of the owner thereof, together with the name of the Bank at which the said Gold when assayed «nd smelted, is to be delivered to, or to the order, of the owner. 4. The above-mentioned entry jn the assay book shall be...

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