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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

] EDUC ATION PF ADULTS, j With Specified RetuUs. \ ' TBE UNDERSIGNED lias long been ac- customed to teach Ladies aud Gentlemen Laiin in One Hundred Lessons: French in Sixty; Arithmetic in Fifty ; Geography in Forty ; Grammar in Forty ; and, after Gram- mar, Composition in Forty. The Undersigned had the advantage of learn- ing from Hamilton, Wood, and Fillans, in their own Class-rooms, the peculiarities of ti eir respective improvements. JAMES MACGOWAN. NOW 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 et the Office of the Morning Chronicle, and of all the Acelaid^ booksellers. KY ESE YOU DËSPAIB. HOLLOWAY'S PILÉS. <XT«£ OF ASTHMA. Extract of a letter from Mr Benjamin Mackie, a respectable Quaker, dated Cromagh, near Longhall, Ireland, September 14,1848. To Profe...

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BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 6. 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

BOSS'S SHARE LIST. 2, EXCHANGE COLONNADE, October 6. 1852. Borras-£126 cash. Sal« this dar, at £125 cash. Gold, x'3 Hs. cash, bajers. Money, 10 per cent, on freeholds. Ditto. 12, per cent, on Barra Shares. Apply te J F. BOSS, Broker.

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SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 5, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

SHARE LIST. King William-street, October 5, 1862. Borras, last sale, ¿122. Money on Freehold. 10 to 12} per cent. Ditto on Borra scrip, and sina i loans, 15 per cent. ' Ditto on> discounts, leasehold, and other security 15 to 20 per cent. Gold, 70s 3d to 70s 9d cash, buyers. JNO. RICHARDSON; - . D. MELVILLE '.- Ç «">».». ,

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ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

ADELAIDE GOLD CIRCULAR. There i» nothing striking to be noticed in the neva from the Echunga Diggings this week, if we except the increase in the Bomber of new licences issued. The obtaining of Gold appears to pro- gress favorably, though little is said about it. On I Monday last the rain fell heavily and continuously, which would check operations to a considerable ex. tent ; and this, with the previous wet state of the Eand, has huberto prevented sinking to any great th in the bottoms of the gullies, which are gane y found to be most productive. A nugget of about an ounce and a half was brought to town this afternoon. The quantity of gold deposited in the Assay Office during the week has again decreased considerably ; on Tuesday amounting to 3,355 ounces, and on Friday to 2,88$ oneces, principally tile property of diggers or their families ; the late high prices pre- venting much from being bought for assaying. For some time bade the greater part of what has come into the market ha...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. " Andi alterant partem." To the Editor of the "MORNING CHRONICLE." [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

THE OPEN COLUMN. M Andi alterant partent." To the Editor of the "^IORMKG CHRONICLE." SIR,-Some six months since a letter found swift admission into the columns of one of jour contemporaries. It was well received and hopes held out of earnest advocacy to redress the sad facts therein narrated. Hitherto ..how- ever no other letter on the subject has been published, no editorial remarks bestowed, while the sad truth - being ailowed'coutinuance have produced 6úctTíúcreased misery that I am induced to send you a copy>of that letter trust- ing that your unflinching spirit for Public Weal will not only allow its repetition but will also afford «ide space for the Lunatic, the Destitute, and the Prisoner.' I am; Sir, Y-urs faithfull v, A CONSTANT READEB

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. Amie it, schooner, 150 tons, Berthean, from Mel- bourne. Anna Dixon, brig, Kirby, from Melbourne. Augustus, barque, laid up for rep tira. | Bandicoot, schooner, 55 tons, Fnuer, from Fort Lincoln. Charles Carter, brig, 175 tons, Hocking«, from Sydney. Chàhirê Witch, brig, 15» tons, Helden, from Sydney. Circasian, brig, 318 tons, J. Ridley, Jrom 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, H. H. Kerr, from Liverpool. Flash, brig, 139 tons, Sayers, from Melbourne. Geelong, barque, 397 tons, Howlett, from London via Melbourne. <?&>uce*/«r,sbip, 531 tons, Marshall, from Plymouth. Grasmere. 7«0 tons;- Com bell, from liverpool. Hawk, schooner, 116 tons. Davies, from Melbourne. Henry Tanner, barque, 388 tons, Vaggare, from London. Laid up. Joseph Lee Archer, «utter, 35 teas, Buck, from Port Elliot Lapwing, cutter. Simson, from Swan Riv...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE .ABB} VCD. October 4-The schooner Timba, Anderson, from rortEJliot ! Same day -The Marine Plant, from Melbourne, BO passengers. ! Same day-The Louisa, from Swan River, with pas&ngera, " j ^/October 6-The barque Barbara Gordon, 338 j : tons, Lilley, from Melbourne 27th ult. Passengers -Ur and Mrs Bedish, and child, Mr J. Hawkins, and .Mr A hen non, io tho cabin ; and 13 in the steerage. S£ame day-The brig Highland Lassie, 179 tons, McKenzie, from Sydney, Gape Breton, 1st of May. Passengers-McKenzie. 37. Cbisbobae, 6. V-cLen nau, 5, McLean. 9, McDonald, 19, McKay, I', Stewart. 12, McKay, 12. Same day-I he barque Chatham, 634 tons. Copeland, from Melbourne *¿9ih alu Passengers Mr and Mrs Turner, Mr Gowman, and Dr. Ward, in the cabin ; and 30 in the steerage. CUABSD OCT. October 4-The Royal Mail Company's steamer Australian, 735 tons. Hoseason, for King George's j Sound and London. Passengers-Messrs Bars,] Pranyon, and Collins, ia the first cabin ; Messrs C...

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MORPHETT AVLE LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, September 22. [Before George Worthington. Esq., Special Magistrate, and W. H. Trimmer aud Alfred Hallett, Esqrs. J.P.J, CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

MORPHETT ¡ Y&LjB LOCAL GOURT. Wednesday, September 22. [Before George' Worthington. Esq., Special Magis- trate, and W. H. Trimmer aud Alfred Hallett, Esqrs. J.P.J , eira SID8. ÜADDaicK v. FÍSHEB - I bia was a case which came before the Court two months since, when a verdict was given for the plaintiff for £ 11 9s 6J. Mr Walker, for the defendant, applied for a new trial, as he could - now bring forward some, other, witnes-es io his favor. r Plaintiff objected, as the witnesses he had before sam moaed were about to leave, the colony . before nert Court day. Refused. HABT v. BARBEE-For £17, damages sustained by breach of contract. Mr Walker for the plaintiff, and Mr Ingleby for the defendant. After the examination of a number of witnesses, from whom very unsatisfactory evidence was got, plaintiff having allowed that he had received part of a growing crop as. payment, for ll weeks' work, and failing to pr «.ve his'contract, Judgment was given for defendant, each party to pay hi...

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LOCAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE GOLD ASSAT OFFICE.-The. quantity of gold deposited on Tuesday, wa» 4,985 ox»: 14 dwtB. 12 gre., which, valued at £3 1 ls per oz, amounts to.. . £17,699 6 6 and, adding the total value of previous deposits, viz. . £1,146,651 4 9 gives a present total of.£1,164,350 If 3 DELIVERY OF GOLD INGOTS.-The following are the deliveries since our last : South Australian Banking Companv.-Nos. 3830, 3831, 3832, 3833, 3860, 3939, 3952, 3953, ¿954, 3955, 3996, 3997, 3998, 3999, 4000, 4004, 4031, 4033, 4035. 4040, 4041, 4042. 3942, 3944, 3945, 394=8, 3949, 4002, 4005, 4007, 4009, 4010, 4011. 4012, 4013, 4015, 4018, 4019. 4027, 4029, 3627, 4043, 405/4, 4066, 4074, 4076 4078, 4081, 4088, 4100, 4101, 4102, 4103. 4109. 4116. Union Bank of Australia.-Nos. 3950, 3951, 403P, 4034, 3889, 3946, 3947,^4008, 4014, 40Í6, 4017, 4026. 4028, 4059, 4104, 410«j 4107, 410^, and 4115. ' Bank of Australasia. - Nos. 3956, 4036, 4037, 4024, 4025, ÂilESDStEST OF THE CoSSTITüTlO». - A staple arguaient ag...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 30. Messrs Beevor and Fiveash were absent. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, September 30. Messrs Beevor and Fiveash were absent. Finances.-Pay List £74 13s 4d; Receipts from City Rates £29 8s 6d ; Market Dues £6 8s -2-1 ; S'aughtering Fees £42 5s. Settlement of Mr Cumming'8 Case.-Mr Gwyn-e attended on behalt of Air Cumming, and paid the fine of £50, saying that was the first moment at which, under his advice, his client could legally complete his resignation of the office of Alderman. He stated, however, that ii the inuuediate retirement of Mr Cum- ming would inconvenience the Corporation in the coming election of Assessors and Auditors, at which the Alderman of the Ward was required to preside, he was willing to defer its completion tili after that event. The Town Cierk replied that his résignation would not affect the elections. Mr Alderman Sol inion moved, as a matter ' of form, that .Mr Cu m ming's resignation be ' accepted. I Seconded by Mr I). Fisher, and carried. ' Mr (xlandfield moved ¡ '"That the necessary steps be take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

THE « MORNING CHRONICLE." MR HENRY WOOD, Accountant, has been appointed Collector to this Paper, and all persons indebted to the Proprietor are requested to pay their accounts to no one else, excepting at the Office, in Rundle Btreet. «* Morning Chronicle" Office, October 7th, 1852 IMPORTANT NOTICE. A Weekly Edition of the ADELAIDE MORN- ING CHRONICLE is forwarded regularly to Mount Alexander, and arrangements are made there to secure a large and general sale ali over the Diggings. The Paper becomes thus a most desirable medium of intercommunication for the Diggers and their friends at home. The bona fide sale of thc Edition for the Diggings is Five Hundred copies at the Victoria Gold Fields, and One Hundred copies in Mel bourne. Advertisers will at once perceive the advantages they may derive from this large circulation, which is entirely additional to the ordinary local issue. Advertisements, Notices, Mcstages, S{C., for\ insertion in the Diggings Edition, must be left at the Offi...

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The Morning Chranicle. Thia is true liberty, when free-born men. HAT Lng to advise the public, maj speak free."-Euripide. Adelaide: Thursday, October 7, IS52. THE EDUCATIONAL SUFFRAGE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

?l)t banting (ßprauirle. Thia is true liberty, when free-born men. HAT Lng to advise the public, maj speak free." -Euripide*. Adelaide : Thursday, October 7, IS52. THE EDUCATIONAL SUFFRAGE TEST. THE honorable member for East Tórreos j ls, io oar opinion, a man of mark and pro- mise. He is thoughtful, independent, and conscientious ; and wc never read bis speeches or notice his votes in the Conncil without feeling strongly that he wishes to do nothing for which he is not able to ren- der a sufficient reason. Great, therefore,hae been our disappointment of late, to observo him, on several occasion?, yielding to the baneful influence of " expediency." In a recent debate he counselled the restriction of demands for political rights far within the limits which he allowed io be just, on the plea that full justice would probably be denied. He bas since seen reason to re- verse his opinion on that point; but yes- terday he made the startling announcement that extension of the suffrage was n...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS.-It is requisite to ensure attention to any contributions, that- the name and address of t he 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 most be known to ns. BLACKBALL..-In onr next. REFORMS or otra POLITICAL CONSTITUTION.-We regret that from the pressure of other matters, we are compelled to postpone oar second article on this subject until our next. The debate of yesterday, which we report very fully, and the report of a recent debate in the House of Lords, which wiil be found in another euluma, all bear- ing on the same subject, will probably suffice for reading of a political reformatory kind at pre-, sent. j

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DEBATE IN THE LORDJ ON COLONIAL GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

DEBATE IN THE LORD|J ON COLONIAL GRIEVANCES/5 t. Ix our last, we intimated that we 'tiaâ a tolerably full report of debates in the British Parliament excited bj the presentation of a memorial from the New Sojuth. Wiles Legislature, complaining of Colonial Grie- vances. Below, will he found the principal speeches delivered in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Argyle, Earl Grey, and Lord Wodehouse. We may possibly find room for the discussions in the Commons''here after. . ... !\r\. . The Dukè o£ Argyll said he had to pre- sent à _ petition . which he thought their lordships-would agree with ' him was one.of considerable importance. The petition, was ft^mrlhe Legislative Council of New South Wales, a Council .which was constituted by an Act which was passed in 1850. The petition to which he. referred was carried by a majority not only remarkable for its amoan'fr, but for its character. In order to e.xplain to the House the nature, off -the petition, it would-be ^necessary to "retrace...

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THE NEW LUNATIC ASYLUM. To the Editor of the SOOTH AUSTK&UAK BSOISTU. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

THE NEW LUNATIC ASYLUM. To the Editor of the SOOTH AUSTK&UAK BSOISTU. Sir- Xour interest for the public welfare, will, I : feel assured, afford immediate insertion to. the fol- lowing remarks relating to the new Lunatic Asylum. Public money was expended for the sole purpose of erecting this buildiag:, and the sole object was the charge a'id cure of the insane. Among the grand requisite qualities of such an Asylun are free ven- tilation, cleanliness, aud quietude, lids building displays exactly the reverse of what is so indispen- sable. The open portion of the windows is as small that the foul air cannot escape, or the free air enter in mfficieut time to purify tbe^apartments. The meals and offscourings have to pass through the same long passage. The bath is placed io I juxtaposition with an« watercloset, and the other I watercloset is in the meal-room itself, added lo i which their construction |is BO defective that the I odour is abomina''}e. , - All this evil, however, cou...

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COLONIAL MARKETS. HBXBOUBSK. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

COLONIAL MARKETS. HBXBOUBSK. ¿September 24-Fine Saar £30 ¡per ton. O&ta iOaAi perJaubóL Gofiee 6dpcrlb. Geld Cfs «d, LiAOSCSSfOI. . September ^SL-Prie» improved slightly on the amvsl.ef the ataaater. In fioar sale» have been afflicted reed% at ¿25. Wheat is firm at Ss. Oats fromes 6d to 9s. ? BosutT lev«. Beptqnber l t.-Wheat ass again adranoed m «rîoe, and salas nave been effected ai los per MsheL as Tlueh price it is furn. Oat* «re very H scarce at 8*6d per boaheL Floor in demandas .225 per ton. Potatoes nm at £8 per too, end few iaiawsMsfcet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

FOB MELBOURNE. THE fine Powerful Steamer JAVA, 538 tons, end 250 bone power, Captain Batten, is expected here from Batavia, about 7th instant, and will be despatched im- mediately thereafter for Melbourne. Passengers desirous of proceeding bj this eligible opportunity are requested to leave their names and addresses at the Office of the Undersigned. For passage only, apply to F. J. BECK & CO., Hmdley street, 4th October, 1852._ A REGULAR TRADER. FOR MELBOURNE. . . rriHE fine,#hip ^ J ^* -J.-»-CHATHAM, I ¿39 tons, Captain C«pe&na%is hourly expected, ana wilt sail one week after arrival. For passage by this favourite vessel, apply to F. J. BECK & CO., Agents. nindley street, October 4, 1852. FOR VICTORIA GOLD REGIONS. THE Al 13 yean frigate built ship GLOUCESTER, 800 tons, James Marshall, commander, will leave McLaren Wharf (by steam) positively on Thursday, the 7th of October. lliis splendid new ship brought from Lon- don 400 Government emigrants, and has her ...

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THE MORAL CONDITION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

THE MORAL CONDITION OF THE COLONY. WE have looked anxiously into the debates in Council for the past month in hopes that something may have been said on a subject that a year ago was tho turning point of elections, and the battle ground of our newspaper press. We hoped to have seen some enquiry made as to whether the re jection of the Grant in aid of the Christian Religion had produced the good effects which the voluntary party had anticipated} -that the honorable the Colonial Secretary ' or the honorable the member for Mount Barker would put it to the good sense of the Legislative Council whether South Australia was more orderly, more moral, or more religious under the new system ;-. whether clergymen supported by voluntary contributions were more zealous, more in- dependent, or more useful than when they received Government assistance;-whether j sufficient encouragement is held out toi talented and pious men to settle in the colony to dispense the bread of life;-or if! the contrar...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER fi. The Collector of Customs, Messrs. F. H. Dutton, Neales, Elder, Hall, Waterhouse, Davenport, Ellis, and Younghusband, were absent. Breach of Privilege. Mr BAKER called the attention of the House to Ute expressions used by the honorable memr ber for East Adelaide (Mr Dutton) on a very recent occasion. Mr Baker repeated the.ex pressions, and said he considered it only tah* to the honorable member to give him an op- portunity of saying whether the ' words quoted , were intended to apply to. him or not. His ob- ject waa to prevent, if possible, a recurrence of the unseemly- and discreditable scene which had taken place at the last meeting of Council. Mr FRANCIS DUTTON requested permission to reply, and said that fae regretted what' had occurred. The expression which bad escaped him was used when he was tn a state of great excitement. He now retracted the expression,, and would take care lor the future that his temper should be more in com- ma...

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POLICE COURT Munday, October A. [Newspaper Article] — Adelaide Morning Chronicle — 7 October 1852

POLICE COlíRT Munday, October A. James Scott, a gold-digger, ms fined- £5 for ' furious drivings and £2 foran assault upon i'olice Constable Murray,^u). Saturday iasL Robert May, driver of a Port cart, was charged with inciting a prisoner to escape from the custody of Police.Constable Hill. The policeman stated that he was taking a man to the Station house, when the defendant abused him aud incited the man to escape. The defendant called a witness to prove that as Hill and another policeman were dragging an old man along the street, he. (the defendant) had told them it would look better if they conducted him home. Discharged, " Henry Wüliatn Bayes was charged with obtain fag two promissory notes, value £6, from Betsy Smith, under falsa pretences, ou the 22nd instant. The prosecutris stated that the prisoner who, represented himself as the Steward of the Coro mandel, had offered to pay the passage of herself and sister to Melbourne hy tliat vessel. The prisoner gave her two receipts ...

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