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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
KOW PUBLISHED. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK FOR 1852. 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 Office of the Morning Chronicle, and of ell the Adelaide booksellers. ON" SALE, at the Timber Yard, Bank street, entrance from Mindle y street and North terrace 100,000 5 feet Launceston paling 5C ,000 feet V. D. L. Quartering ¿0,000 ditto ditto Joists 2,000 GotteBOuriih Deals, ll x 3, 9 x 3, 7 x 3. 7 x 2£, all leagtks Cedar in boards and logs. &c. ROBERT MACGEORGE. June 19, 1852. RY ERE YOU DESPAIR. HOLLOWAYS PILLS. CURE OF ASTHMA. Extract of a letter from Mr Benjamin Mackie, a respectable Quaker, dated Cromagh, near Longliall, Ireland, September 14, 1848. To Professor Holloway, Respected Friend-Thy excellent pills hare effectually cured me of an asthma, which afflicted me for three years to such an extent, ...
ADELAIDE MARKETS. CRAIN AND FLOOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
ADELAIDE MARKETS. CRAIK A.KD FLOOR MARKET. Wheat, 7s Floor. £25 Bread, 7d per 2lb loaf Barley, English, 5s per bushel " Gape, 4s 9d per bushel Oats, 7B 6d to 8i. la great demand Bran, ls 8d Pollard, ls 8d I There has been a stir to-day caused by the late advices from Melbourne. The fleur market opened this morning at ¿24. but advanced daring the day to £25, at which price it waa readily sold, and it leaves off finn at that price. CHAS J. BABBT. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street. Sept 25, 1652.
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLOKNADE, September 29. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLOKNADE, September 29. 1852. Burras - Sales Ibis day, at £121 to £122 cash, and continue sellers. Gold, £3 ll«, cash, firm, in demand for remit- tance per Australian steamer. j Sovereigns, fed to 9d, premium. Bayera. I Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, IO per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12, per cent, on Barra Shares. ; Apply to J F. BOSS, Broker.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, September 23. LAUD SALE.-The following portions of Crown j Lands will be offered for sale bj public auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 2»th of October, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit 1U j percent.: - TOWN SECTIOSS. County Hindmarsh, Township of Port Elliot. Lot. 9 IO II 12 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 54 Sec. 9 10 ll 12 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 54 Booda. Price. £ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 '¿0 COUHTBÏ SECTIONS. Gonnty Adelaide, Eastern Sources of the Torrens, Hundred of Talunga. Plan 1*29. Lot. See. Acres. Price; £ 7120 7000 80 80 7121 7001 78 78 7122 7002 77 77 7123 7003 77 77 7124 7004 80 80 7125 7007 77 77 7126 7008 80 80 7127 7009 80 86 7128 7010 80 80 7129 7011 80 80 7130 70H 80 80 7131 7015 80 80 7132 7017 77 77 County Adelaide, Eastern Sources of the Torrens, Hundred of Talunga. Flan 103. 7IS3 6334 120 120 7134 6335 124 124 7135 6336 74 74 7136 6337 97 97 7137 6338 72 72 7138 6339 103 103 7139 6340 75 75 7140 6341 68 6...
SHARE LIST. King William-street, September 29. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
SHARE LIST. King William-. treet, September 29. 1852. Barras, last aale, £123. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12$ per cent. Ditto on Borra snip, and email loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 6d to 71s cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON f " . D. MELVILLE f Brokera.
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. REPRESFXTATIVE BEFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
EDITORIAL OPINIONS. ßEPRESFXTATIVE BEFORM. Last night in the House of Commons Mr Hume brought forward his annual motion in favour of parliamentary reform, urging in its support all those arguments, and ad- ducing all those illustrations, which he bas now for so many years been «ver ready and .ever zealous to proclaim. Undaunted by many failures, and undismayed 'by the known large majority against him, be proceeded with his statement of tlie-claims of the unrepresented portion of the .people, -arguing for their enfranchisement, not simply on the grounds of abstract justice, but urging also the prudence of removing that discontent which is generated by the fact .of a email minority-only of the male population of these realms enjoying the privilege of voting for those who make laws for the whole community. He brought down his arguments nearer to what is thought to be the level of the opinions of his hearers, by appealing not merely to their sense of right, but to their material interes...
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. The favourable change mentioned in my butt report has been maintained at the Echunga Dig- gings this week, and many parties are doing well. I ' hare heard of ao instances of extraordinary success, but the diggers appear to be satisfied that their present geUings will pay : this has had the effect of a large number of additional licences being taken oat. One party is said to haye averaged l£ ounces per man per day, daring the time they hare been at work ; another party washed 8 ounces in one day, an4 several pareéis of from 80 to 30 ounces have been brought to town and sold. There seems no doubt that a workable gold-field has been found at oar own doors..aad it would be well that oar diggers would calmly consider whether it would not be better to try their fortune at Echunga, from which they might return to visit their families every week, ¿baa to be "at all theex I pense and iron We -of proceeding' to Moan t Alexandtr er Bendigo, «ber« the-ebanceof success, o...
POLICE COURT Monday, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
POLICE COURT Monday, September 27. Janes Breaker, charged with being drunk in Rimdle-street, and Jumes Rayford, with being drunk in King William-street, on Sunday, were each fined 5s. 1'atrick Burnt, gold-digger, was brought up on a warrant, charged witli haring committed a felonious assault with a life preserver on Henry Parr, butcher, of Hindley-street. The prosecutor did not appear, but Mr Walker read a note from him, stating that the friends of Burns were willing to make every compensation. He submitted, how- ever, that this could not be allowed, as the charge was for a felony. Mr Bagot, for the defendant, stated that his client WHS willing to make every amends, and tbac the prosecutor had no desire to press the charge. j his Worship decided that a felony could not oe compromised, and that the prosecutor must appear. Farr haviog appeared in Cc art, William Richard- son deposed that he was standing by his side in Chambers's yard, in Currie-street, wheu the prisoner, without the s...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Monday, September 27. Finance Committee.-The report of this Comtuitt«e was read : Pav L:st . £58 S 9 Receipts. 60 0*0 - The fulJ returns will be made up to-day, be!- g the last of the financial year. Botanical Hardens.- The tender of Mr Francis to rent the ¡¿ardelis at £20 per annum was approved of, and a resolution pas>ed that the t'uy Surveyor should define the boundaty of t'ie premises as requested by Mr Francis. Park Lands.- Ihe Town Clerk reported thai i he licences would be ready on Tuesday, the 28.h instant. Assessors. - Upon the recommendation of the Town Clerk, a resolution was passed re- questing His Excellency io appoint a person to actas Assessor in conjunction with the gen- tlemen already appointed. City Surveyor.-The appointment to this office was, upon the motion of Mr Alderman Sherwin, postponed until to-day. Clerk of the Market.-A tetter was read expiessmg the thanks of Mr H. S. Nixon for h s appointment, and naming as his sureties Messrs N. S....
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. The Anna Dixon from Melbourne ha» brought the news of the arrival there ai the Marco Polo from England, after the un- precedentedly quick ron of;1 Ï4 days. Strangely enough, the Anna Dixon'* mail brings no papers, but by the kindness- of our contemporary of the Register, we have been favoured with a copy of the Argue ot the 22nd instant fro» which we glean some items of information. The most important news is that Par- liament had been dissolved« The writs for the election of members bf the new Par: liament had been made returnable on the 20th of August. : The Austialian Colonies weio the theme of univers*} remark and the object-of uni versal attraction. The Emigration Com- ' missioners intended to ship 90,000 persons hither during Jul j and August, independent of the free emigration. In a Liverpool paper of the 28 tb of J une no less than 40 ships, all of them of large tonnage, were advertised for Victoria. Among them was the magnificent steamer Great Britain, wh...
THE VALUE OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
THE VALUE OF GOLD. ! WHAT is to be the value of gold ? This is a question which necessarily commands at- tention at this timr, both in Britain and in the Australian colonies. Many are of» opinion that gold mast fall greatly in price if the gold fields in Australia and California continue to be as productive for a series of years as they have been for these- last twelve mouths. The question is not what is to be the price of gold, for that would be as relevant as to find out the value of a piece of cloth by measuring the number of yards it con- tains, but what is to be its intrinsic value. This must be reckoned by valuing tb« labour expended on raising it and bringing it to market; not from any one isolated spot, but the average cost of its production all over the world. While gold digging is more profitable than any other business, it is evident that men will desert their callings to follow it until the metal becomes too hard to procure, or the value of it sinks too low to be remuner...
LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAY OFFICE.-The quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, »as 3,355 OH. 2 dwts 12 grs., which, valued at £3 Hs per oz,nmountsto. £11,910 13 10 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz.. £1,124,487 8 9 gives a present total of.£1,136,398 2 7 DELIVERY OP GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last: South Australian Banking Company.-Nos. 3770, 3807, 3820, 3821, 3822, 3823, 38^6, 3857, 38Ô9, 3862, 3864, 3870, 3876, 3716, 3718, 3719, 3723, 3725, 3834, 3835, 383«, 3838, 3839, 3848, 3860, 3861, 3863, 3865, 3867, 3885, 3886, 3b90, 3893, 3894, 3895, 3900, 3775, 3777, 3778, 3783, 3784, 3785, 3788, 3866» 3871, 3881, 3882, 3883, 3884, 3ri96, 3899, 3927, 3928, 3933, 3639. 3787. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3824, 3825, 3828, 3829, 3875, 3721, 3837, 3847, 3856, 3858, 3868, 38S9, 3888, 3892, 3776, 3887, 3897, 3898, 3929, 3930, 3931. Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 3756, 3850, 3851. 3852, 3«53, 3849, 3791. VOTE BY BALLOT.-The question of adopt- ing t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MORN- ING CHRONICLE ie forwarded regularly to Mount 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 tn the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Office on or before Wednesday evening, in each week. MORKIXG CHRONICLE OFFICE, August 26, 1652.
SHAM REFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
SHAM REFORMERS. THE proceedings of oar Legislative Council too often offer fertile occasions for satire, and not unfrequently deserve grave rebuke. In our usual course, however, we studiously avoid ridiculing or reprehending our repre- sentatives. Weare fearful of expressing an unreserved opinion of the men, lest our remarks should reflect upon the institution We dread while we are intent only upon reproving individual delinquencies, to bring the representative system itself into con- tempt. The foes of free institutions are too ready to take advantage of every real or supposed occasion of exhibiting their fail- ure. They will not discriminate between a principle and a wrong application of it, between a well constructed system and its imperfect working. It becomes necessary, consequently, to adopt to some extent their improper mode of giving judgment; and in order to guard against their unwarranted condemnation of the system for the fault« of the men, we must sometimes allow the men...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
TO CORRESPONDENTS. I ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure attent'on to any contributions, that the name and address of the writer should accompany them If Correspondents wish to remain con- cealed from the public, we will keep their secret but to guarantee their good faith they must be known to us. REFORMS IN una CONSTITUTION.- An article em- bodying our views on this subjeel is necessarily postponed for want of room.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
BIRTHS. &nbsp; In North Adelaide, on the 24th inst., Mrs James Hamilton, of a daughter. On the 27th instant, at Brookside, Start Elver, &nbsp; the wife of Mr J. M. Bailey, of a son. &nbsp; On the 12th instant, at Happy Valley, Port &nbsp; &nbsp; Lincoln, the wife of Geo. Lawson, Esq., of a daughter. &nbsp;
IMPQUNDINGSL [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
IMPQUNDINGSL I in pounded at the public pound, Aegas Park -Oue white knobby bullock with red spots, top off the near ear, the other marked like li off ribs, 5 off thigh, POO near ribs j one white G bullock with red spots, small loop horns, ear marked, like N off rump, 2 off thigh, like JP or JB or JR near ribs; one red bullock, loop horns, small star in forehead, JC HE conjoined near ribs, like 8 near loin, illegible brand near rump; one light red bullock, white on the back and hind legs, RB off ribs, tip off the off 2 horn, WL near ribs, RB cff rump ; one dark &lt;^ x >.-> 2 red sided bullock, strawberry head, I near WL ribs, NCX off ri^s ; one red bullock, stag horns, ear marked, like P in triangle off shoulder ; DAVö off rump, like Ti£ conjoined near shoulder, white bind feet ; one red steer, hoop horns, oif ear marked, little white on the back, IS off ribs. If net claimed, to be sold October 18tb, at neon. J. S. PLUSH, Poundkeeper. Impounded at the public pound, Se...
ENGLISH GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852
ENGLISH GLEANINGS. 1 The Gold Mining Mania.-It appears, from &lt; the returns of the Registrar of Joint ; Stock Companies, that no fewer than fourteen j gold mining companies were registered during ! 1851, up to December 31. Their titles were : Anglo-Californian Gold Mining Company, Agua Fría Gold Mining Company, Australian Gold Mining Company, Quarte Rock Mariposa Mining Company, Golden Mountain of Mari- posa Mining Company of California, Austra- lian Gold Amalgamation Company, Bathurst Gold Mining Company of Australia, East Mariposa Gold , Quartz Mining Company, Royal Gold MmfiYgT Company of Australia, Ophir Gold Mining Company of Australia, Ave Maria Gold Quartz Mining Company, Aus- tralasian Gold Mining Company, Royal Aus- tralian Gold Refining and Mining Company, and London and Californian Gold Quartz Crushing Company. Thej-eturn does not em- brace the gold mining companies projected since December last. Extension, of Hallway Telegraphs.-The telegraph is now nearly comp...