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

" WOODBRIDGE * FOR MLXBOCRNÈ. NOTICE TO PASSENGEMS. THIS vessel has still room for a few Steerage Passen^^rs, and will sail Thia Day (Thurs- day), the 30th instant, by which day all passengers will have to be on heard. Apply to Captain Goppel), or to F. J. BECK * CO. Sept. 27, 1852. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the City Council from persone willing to under- take, under a yearl? contract, the duties of MACHLNIST at the City Çlaughter-House, and to keep in substantial repair, furnishing also the necessary materials, the VV orkin «-gear, Machinery, Tools, Gates, Fences, and other property conneeted with (hat establishment. Tenders, addressed to the Town-Clerk, and endorsed "Tender for the Office of Machinist," i.re to be delivered before 12 at noon ot Thurs- day, the 7th Oct. Next, at the City Surveyor's Office, King William-street. Adelaide, and where all other necessary information can be obtained. By order of the Citv Council, . WILLIAM T." SAB HEN, Town-Clerk. City Council...

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

AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. T IHE Steamer AUSTRALIAN, having arrived in Robson's Bay, on her return Voyage, on Friday morning,.the 24th instant, may be hourly expected at this place. Parties desirous of obtaining Passages by her are requested to lodge applications with the Agents without delay. Gold intended for shipment will be weighed at the Offices of the Undersigned, immediately alter the arrival of the Steamer. 29th September. AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. A. L. ELDER & CO., Agents. Incorporated by Royal Charter. 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. Th» First Call of £4 per Share will be pay- able on allotment, and scrip receipts will be delivered to 0ie Subscribers to be exchanged for certificates of Shares on return of the Australian. Applications for Shares to ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABKIVKD. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

¡ SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABKIVKD. 'September g8-The Aima DLton, Kirby, from Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs. Cocklin, tai mer. ! Neale, Bail 2. Ware, Jolina, Bryce, Waking and 1 son, Böhlen. Hawkin, Lewis ia the cabin ; and 25 J in We steerage. j Same day - The barque "Royal Shepherdess, 406 tons, J. Bell,from Melbourne. Passengers - Messrs. Cariies, Tapley 2, and Miss Turner, in the cabin -, Messrs. Ade 2 Morgan, Brown, Jones, Smith, Breo wick, Awyer 2, and Johns, in the steerage. September 29-The schooner Bandicoot, 55 tons, Eraser, from f ort Lincoln. J Same day-The brig Maty Clarke, 180 tons, [Bicker«, from Melbourne, 24th September. Pas- sengers-Mr and Mrs Kelly, Mr Ford, Sands 2, B. ' F. Bradshaw, Mr McIntosh, Miss Hope, sud Mrs Taylor, in the c ibin ; Messrs Scott 2. McLellan, Thornton, White 2, Prichard, Hurst, Teakle, Croft, Julian, Bennett, Wepham. Argnes, Patchina, Connolly 2, Newman 2, Horne, auu Schuld, in the stet rage. C" EARED OUT. J September 27-The barque Marchioness ...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. Mr Angas, Mr Davenport, and Mr Hart were absent. Petitions. Mr BAKER presented a petition from Jacob Hagen, E?q., for leave to bring in a Bill to remove certain defects of title relative to a part of Section 2112 (Section B) situate near Port Adelaide ; also, to veat other parts of the sam? io trustees, so as to enable them to sell the remainder of the said section. The petition was read, received, and leave granted to introduce the Bill. Another petition was presented by Mr BAKER from the Directors of the Adelaide City and Port Railway, praying that the Company might be reimbursed the expense of the fruitless attempt to obtain a practicable. Ordinance, out of the funds applicable to the construction of such railway, or that in the event of the local government discontinuing the works, a m eas ore might be passed to secure the peti- tioners the benefit of a practicable Ordi- nance. " Messages from thc Governor. Three messages from His ...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. Monday. September 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 30 September 1852

CENTRAL ROA.D BOARD. Monday. September 27th. Captain Freeing (the Chairman), and Messrs Giles, Chamberlain, and Hewitt, were present. Monthly Accounts. -The amounts of expen- diture during the: tnonth\ were passed. 'The to»als were as follow :-Establishment, £13 19<6i; North Road, £298; East Road, £265 Hs 9d ; Port Road, £170; Bay Road, £12 17s 9d. Total, £760 9s Thc Port Road.-It was resolved, that this road, being now completely formed, si.-ould be kept in repair from the proceeds of the tolls. It was estimated that these would amount to £4000 a-year. Employment of Convicts.-The Secretary was instructed to write to the Colonial Secre- tary, calling the attention of the Government to the principle of employing convicts upon public wonts, and recommending the Dry Creek quarries as a suitable sphere of occupa- tion. The Secretary's Report.-The monthly re- port was read. It slated that, on the North Road, Mr Abbott had completed the repairs and metalling, according to his t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

NOW PUBLISHED. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALMANACK | FOR 1852. THIS is the tenth annual publication of this j 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 OffiVe of the Morning Chronicle, and of all the Adelaide booksellers. < EY ERE YOU DESPAIR. Extract of a letter from Mr Benjamin Mackie, j a respectable Quaker, dated Crxnnagh, near LonghaU, Ireland, September 14,1848. J To Professor Holloway, Respected Friend - Thy excellent pills have effectually cured me of as asthma, which afflicted me for three years to such an extent, that I was obliged to walk my room at night for air; afraid of being suffocated, if I went to bed, by cougfi and phlegm. Besides taking the pills, I robbed plenty HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. CURE OF ASTHMA. I - < CUBS OF TTPHU8 FEVER WHEN SUPPOSED TO BK AT TBE POI5T OF DEATH. A respectable female in tbe neighbourUoo of Longhali was...

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IMPOUNDDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

IMPOÜNDDíGS I Impounded at the public pound, Section 284, Marden, near Payneham-One grey horse, switch tail, blotch brand off shoulder, like IB ; one bay horse, long tau, black points, star in forehead, like GU on neck near side, like Q both shoulders ; one bay colt, long tail, black i points, star in forehead, no brand visible ; one bay mare pony, long tail, few white hairs on the bacK, black points, no brand visible;, one mouse colored filly, black points, no brand visible: one bay colt, star in forehead, near i hind foot white, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold, October 25th, 1852, at noon. i G. BOWKKB, Poandkeeper Impounded at the public pound, Section 87, District B-One yellow end white bullock, like heart near shoulder, like heart near rump, like WW near ribs ; one red steer, small whiteispot HU on face, like near thigh. If «ot claimed^ 7 ?' will bo sold October 25 P. W HEATON, Poundkeeper. I«pounded at the public pound, Thebarton -One bay mare, black points; swit...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thursday, Sepïèmbér 30. LAKD SALE.-The following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale fay publie auction, at the Local Court House, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 4th of November, 1852, at ll o'clock. Deposit 10 per cent..- - TOWN SÏCTIOHS. County Hindmarsh, Township of Fort Elliot. Lot. Sec. a. P. Price. £ s. 13 13 1 23 31 IO 14 14 1 12 26 0 27 27 1 O 20 0 28 28 1 0 20 0 29 29 IO 20 O 30 30 IO 20 0 31 31 I 0 20 0 33 33 0 32 16 0 34 34 1 O 20 O 67 67 I Ö 20 O «8 68 0 32 16 O COUXTKT 8ECTI0N8. Comity Adelaide, near the Peachy Belt, Hundred of Munno Para. Lot Sec. Aeres. Price: £ 7156 3056 154 154 7157 3057 157 157 7158 3071 80 80 7159 3072 60 80 7160 3073 80 80 7161 3074 80 80 7162 3075 60 8b 7163 3076 80 80 7164 3677 80 80 7165 3078 80 80 7166 3079. 80 80 7167 3080 80 80 7168 3081 80 80 7169 3083 80 80 Conntj Adélaïde, near the little Para Elver, Han- j dred of Munno l'ara. j 7170 5086 8') 80 3171 3087 78 78 7172 3088 83 83 I 7173 3089 77 77 7174 3090 88 ...

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HOW THE QUEEN'S TOOTH ACHED, AND HOW BISHOP AYLMER ENCOURAGED HEB TO HAVE IT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

HOW THE QUEEN'S TOOTH ACHED, AND I HOW BISHOP AYLMER ENCOURAGED j HEB TO HAVE IT OUT. I Much at the same time, her Majesty I was attacked with such grievous tooth ! ache, that nothing could mitigate the torture she endured, and she obtained no rest either by day or night. Some persons attributed these sufferings to the malignant I magic that had been employed against her. Her physicians held a .consultation on the royal malady, and instead of devising a remedy for her relief, fell to disputing among themselves on the cause of her in- disposition, and the medicines most advisa- ble to use. The lords of the council then took the matter in hand, and decided on sending for an "outlandish physicion, of the name of John Anthony Fenatus," who was celebrated for curing this agonising pain ; but as it was a perilous thing to en- trust the sacred person of a sovereign, so suspicious of plots against her life by poison as Elizabeth, to the discretion of a foreign practitioner, "who might possi...

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SHIP MAILS. Monday, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

SHIP MAILS. Monday, October 4. For Great Britain, per Boyal Mail Steamer Austra- lian, this day, at half-past 3. For Victoria, per Royal Shepherdess, this day, at half-past 9 ; and per Anna. Dixon and Cremona, this day, at ll. For Western Australia, per steamer Australian, as above. For the Gape of Good Hope, per steamer Austra- lian, as above. For Port Lincoln, per Emu, this day, at ll.

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LITERATURE AND ART. A FRENCHMAN ON THE CO-OPERATIVE PRTNCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

LITERATURE AND ART. A FRENCHMAN X>ü THE CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPLE. 1 M. Leon Faucher has, in the Journal des Economistes, written an interesting paper on the Engineers' Strike in England. Sis views are strongly against the doctrines and proceedings of the workmen. He con- siders their demonstration as a step in the same impossible direction as the attempt of Louis Blanc, which failed at the Luxem- bourg in 1848. He gives a translation of Lord Cranworth's lotter, of which he en- tirely approves. With reference to the suggestion of Lord Goderich, that the diffe- rences between the masters and workmen might be settled by a sort of mixed tribunal -of prud' hommes, he explains that no such tribunal as the English operatives supposed -exists in France. Lord Oran worth was right in his conjecture that the condition and remuneration of labour were things es- sentially beyond the jurisdiction of any court whatever. The pma" hommes in France merely decide questions of contract between masters...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS. OBUS AND TLQUB. HARKET. Saturday, 2nd October, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

ADELAIDE MARKETS. ORAIK AJ3D TLQUB. HXRKKT. Safcirday, 2nd October, 1853. Wheat, 7s 3d to 78 6d Floor. £29 to £30 Barley, English, 5s per bushel " Gape, 4s 9d per bush«! Oats, 8s to 88 6d. Bran, ls Sd Pollard, ls 8d There has been great excitement ia the market this day, immense orders haring arrived from Mel- bourne. The price of flour at the opening of the market was £26, but it rapidly advanced to £30, and at the close of the day it receded to ¿29. CHAS. J. BABRT. New Corn Exchange, Grenfell-street.

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MEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

MEAT, kc. Bacon, ls to ls 4d per lb Beef; 4d to 5d per lb Bread, 7d per 21b loaf Batter. 1B to ls 2d per lb Cheese, Colonial, ls 2d to ls 4d per lb English, 2s per lb Dutch, 3s each Docks, 8s per pah Wild, 7s, scarce Eggs, ls to ls 3d per dos. Fowls, 5s per pair Geese, 6s to 9a each Hams, Colonial, I s 6d per lb Milk, 4d per quart BJ utton, 4d to 5d per lb Pork, fresh, 6d to 7d per lb Pigeons, 2s per pair Wild, 4s ditto Turkeys, Lens, I Us to 16s each cocks, 16s each Teal and Widgeons, scarce Veal, 5d to 6d per lb VEGETABLES. Beans, French, none Broad, none Cabbages, 9d to ls doz. Carrots, 2d to 3d per bundle Chilies, green, fid per dozen Garlic, ls per lb, scarce Horseradish, 2s to 2s 6d per stick Onions, ls per lb Parsley, ld per bunch Potatoes, old, 4 lbs for 6d nev, 3d per lb Sbalots, none Turnips, from 3d to 6d per dozen Vegetable marrows, none Watercress, ld per bunch. FRUITS, &C Apples, from ls 6d to 2s per lb Almonds, shelled, 2s Od per lb Cape gooseberries, ls per l...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

FRANCE. I A plot against Loots Napoleon had been ' discovered in Paris, which is thus announced in ' a second edition of the Morning Chronicle of : July 2nd :-.« Paris, Friday 7 a.m.-The Patrie announces that a plot against the State had been discovered in Paris. 13 individuals had been arrested in a detached house in the Rue Reine Blanche. The conspirators, who are in correspondence with the London refu- gees, were busy making an infernal machin«. Many arrests took place during the night. A later account says:-The report of the discovery of a conspiracy and an infernal maehine in a house in; the Batingnollis is confirmed; about 2i persons have already been arrested, but no particulars are known. The machine was con posed ot' 14 barrels capable of containing 20 bullets, and their firing in a wrong direction it is said would have bees utterly impossib'e.

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BOSS'S SHAKE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 2, 1852, [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

BOSS'S SHAKE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 2, 1852, Borras-Sales thU day, at £ 121 to £122 cash and continue sellers. Gold, £3 Hs, cash, firm, in demand for remit- tance per Australian steamer. Sovereigns, 8d to 9d, premium. Bayers. Melbourne Notes, ditto. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto, 12J per cent, on Burra Shares. Apply to J F. ROSS, Broker.

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EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE MILITARY. AND THE MODE OF SUPPORTING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

EDITORIAL OPINIONS. THE MILITARY. AND THE MODE OF SUPPORTING THEM. I The coolness of the, statement made thc ' other daj by the Colonial Secretary in re- ference to the Military sent for by the Go vernment, is at once a striking instance of the admirable self-possession with which that functionary is gifted, and of the un- constitutional and despotic tendencies of his mind. It does not appear to him in the light of a strange thing, and it does not seem to occur to him that any one else eau think it so, to send for soldiers on the sole responsibility of the Government, at a time when the whole colony is ia a state of peace so profound as to border on apathy ta tts highest interests. The assurance of the thing ia really beautiful. It is a thousand pities that this incident does not make a part bf the drama of French politics, under , the sublime management of the Qraad Pre- tender, Louis Napoleon. ; /!:<'- '.' We do not, however, mean to jest, for it involves principles too...

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 2, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 2, 1852. Barras, last sale, £ 122. Money on Freehold, 10 to 12$ per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and small loans, 15 per cent. Ditto on discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 6d to 7iB cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON} D , D. MELVILLE f Brokers.

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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. In our last, we were merely 3ble to state j I the bare fact that Parliament had been dis- solved. We have since received our own files. and now giïe Her Majesty's Speech in pro- roguing (and virtually dissolving) Parliament on die 1st July. My Lords and Gentlemen, I am induced by consideration* of public policy to release you at an earlier period than usual from your legislative duties. The zeal and diligence, however, with which you Lave applied yourselves to year parliamentary labours have enabled me, ia this comparatively short session, to give my assent to many measures of high importance, and, 1 trust, of great and permanent advantage. Ireceive from all foreign powers assurances tfeat diey-are animated by the mott friendly disposition towards this .country ; "«nd I entertain a hope that the {Unicaule relations happily subsisting between the principal European states may be so firmly established as, under Divine Providence, to secure to the world a lon...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. 1 Amicûs, schooner, 150 tons, Berthean, from Mel- bourne. Anna Dixon, brig, Kirby, from Melbourne. Augustus, barque, laid up for rep ¿ira. Bandicoot, schooner, 55 tous, Fraser, from Port Lincoln. ' ' Chartes Carter, brig,. 175 tons, Hookinga, from Sydney," Cheshire Witch, brig, 155 tons, Helden, from, Sydney. Câvasittn,^'brïg, 318 tons, J". Ridley, tram Swa sea. City of London, barque, 347 tons, Fine, from Bahia March 13th. Cremona, schooner, 127 tons, Savery, from Mel- bourne. Epaminondas. thip, 1171 tons, EL H. Kerr, from LiverpooL Flash, brig, 139 tons, Sayers, from Melbourne. Geelong, barque, 397 tons, Howlett, from London via Melbourne. , . ^ Gloucester, ship, 531 tons, Marshall, from Plymouth. Grasmere, 7"0 tons, Cornball, from LireppooL Henry Tanner, barque, 388 toni^jVag'gars, from London. Laid up. Aif ^ Joseph Lee Archer, eutter, 3Ä "toes, Buck, from Port Elliot. Lapwing, cutter. Simson, from Swan Biver. Louisa, brig, Heslop, from Melbourne. Mary Clarke,...

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POLICE COUKT Thursday, September 31. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 4 October 1852

POLICE COUKT Thursday, September 31. Emma Rhode*, a vagrant, was sent to the Destitute Board. Mary Thomas was committed to gaol for one month, not being able to pay 5s for being druuk. Five other cases of a similar Dature were dis- posed of. Friday, October 1. Harriett Farrell,- William Danfield, and Alaria Woods, were respectively fined 5s for being druuk. Henry Wilkes was fined LOs, he having been brought up within a week for a similar offence, drunkenness. Frederick Bean was fined 5s for riding on the footpath in Flinders-street. Elizabeth Chapman, a vagrant found sleeping in an empty house in Gurrie-street, was dismissed with a caution. Richard Harrison, charged with picking tho pocket of Frederick Bean, was remanded for farther evidence. Womma Murra, an aboriginal, was committed to take his trial at the Lo CAI Court, for assaulting a little girl named Hary Stephen?. Mr Moorhouse was present, and after having ex- amined the head of the giri, seemed fully satisfied as to the assa...

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