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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
ADELAIDE: Printed and Published (every Tuesday aud FriJay) by the proprietor, ANDREW MURRAY, at the Office of "Tim Southern Australian," Rundle-sireel, where all commoni catioos are requested to be addressed. T ERMS: Newspaper-Cd per Number, or £l 15s per Ann om, paid im advance. Advertisements-6 lines and under (each inser tion), 3« 6d ; above G lines, 3d per line. Advertisements mast have written upon them the number of times they are io be inserted, or iLev will be continued until counter maadcd. ,
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. IMPORTED GOODS. Aie, light _...pertihd strong . .............per barrel -bottled....per dozen Almonds, shell.. «. ...._.... per lb. -soft,. do. Allspice.do. Arrowroot.................. do. Bacon. do. Bags, 3-bushel. .each Biaakets.per pair Blue. .per lb. Candles, wax . do. -sperm do. - moulds dc. Canvas. per bolt Casks.......per tun Cassia ....... ............. .-per lb. Cedar, in log ........per foot in boards. do. Cigars, in bond. .per 1000 Cloves.per lb. Coals.per ton Coffee. Java.per lb. ? Brazil. . do. Copper, sheathing ..... do. -Mails.. do. Cordage, English.per cwt. -Manilla........ do. Corrosive Sublimate. .... per lb. Crystals of Soda.per cwt. Currants.per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -Il by 3. do. Pigs.....per lb. Ginger, white .....«........«« do. brown .................. do. Glass, 10 by 12.per box G lae.per lb. Gunpowder, fine.............. do. -- blasting............ do. Hams, Yorkshire.. do. ? - Westphalia. do. Herrings, red per jar i pickled ....
ARTICLES OF FXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
ARTICLES OF FX PORT. bacon. Bark. Barley......... Barleytneal. Beef. Biscu t. Bran........... Bricks . Butler, salted Candles, moulus., ? dips. Cheese......... Copper ore.. Flour, line ..... -- seconds .. Gum .......... Gum umber .... Hay. Hides. Horns and hoofs Lead ore. Maize.......... Oats. Oil, black. -sperm. Oxen. Pollard. Pota&lt;oes ........ Sheep, tat. Slates., -- slabs.. Starch. Tallow. Wheat. vVoo , 1st quality - 2nd quality - in grease . Whalebone. ... per lb. ....per ton ... bushel . .. 50 lbs. ... tierces ..... cwt. ... bushel _1000 ,.. per ih. ... do. . . . do. ... do. ,.ton .lo. .... . do. ..... cwt. .. per load ... per ton .... each ..per cwt. .ton per bushel dc. ... per tun ?.. do. , .... each per 201 bs. , . . per ton ,.each . pei 1000 .. per foot ,.. per lb. .. per cwi. per bushel ... per lb. do. ... do. .. per ton öd 38s to 40i 2s 6d to 3s 6J 3s 6i £4 13s to 17s 7.1 to8d 20s to 2 Ss 7-i to 8d 8d 6d 5.1 (o lOd £8 to £9 £6 to £8 £2 to £2 10s £2 10i to £3 9s...
PROFESSION OF THE LAW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOCTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
PROFESSION OP THE LAW. I - I TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOCTH AUSTRALIAN. I SIR-I have waited till your paper has been once or twice published, since the announcement that " The Ordinance for the regulation of the profes sion of the Law** had been disallowed, by the borne authorities, in expectation that his Excel lency would have proclaimed in the Gaz'.Ile, or otherwise, that the various sums of £5 paid by the j members of the profession, in obedience to that ordinance, would hare the same returned to diem on presenting their certificates at the Treasury. In hope that this suggestion will not be disregarded, I süali not truubie \ou with rernark. _*_. __J -I am, your j uueuieui servant, ana ¡ ONE WHO HAS PAIO THE CEBTIFICATE DHTY. November 1st 1844.
NOVEL SCENE IN A JURY BOX. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
NOVEL SCENE IN A JURY BOX. Á CASE was (ried in the Palace Court a few days since, in which a poor woman sought to recover compensation in damages tor injuries sustained from a barrister of the Inner Temple, named Carter, caused by being run over and knocked down by his horse taking fright and running away; aud the question which the jury had to consider was, whether the accident was occasioned by furious driving, or whether it was purely accidental, when no blame could be attached to the driver. The da mages were laid at £19 19á After the jury had been locked up for nine hours, they sent to the judge to inform him that there was not (he slightest possibility of agree ing. The learned judge again read his notes, and explained to the jury the question which they had to determine. After another hour had elapsed, one of the jury, of the name of Eamonson, the proprietor of a well known bedding and furniture estab lishment in the Strand, sent anote to the learned judge, stating (hat he di...
Correspondence. SCIENTIFIC DREAMS. TO THE FDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
SCIENTIFIC DREAMS. TO THE FDITOR OP THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. " A od it «hill come to pass ia tha last days that your young Deo shall see visions, and your old men shalt dream d reatta." --. SIR-tf you will insert the following few remarks, I shall feel extremely obliged, and you will not .only do me a favour, but a charity to the public. In running my eye over the columns of that popu lar paper, " the largest, the cheapest, and the best" and which is ushered before the public, every week by a placard round its neck, setting forth its contents in black and white. In this out and out journal I saw a few recommendatory remarks upon a pamphlet lately published, bearing the odd title of " Scientific Dreams," written by a Mr Moors head ('tis a pity he had not more brains) and purposing, as he himself states (for I defy any reader ever finding it out by a mere perusal), to illustrate the double motion of the earth/' the appearances at the poles under such favorable cir cumstances «« as the...
MAILS. Generat Post Office 5th November, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
M AILS. Generat Post O (Ice. 5th November, 1844. Mails for Port Phillip, by the Elisabeth, viii be dosed on Wednesday the 6th, at three o'clock. Mails for Van Diemen's Land, by the Hero, to Laun ceston, will be closed on Thursday the 7th, at twelve o'clock. Hails for Great Britain will be despatched about the 23rd instant, by the Joseph Albino, to London. JOHN WATIB, Postmaster General.
EXECUTIONS IN TURKEY FOR APOSTACY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
i . EXFXPTIONS IN TURKEY FOR APOST4CY. j TH E observations in the Morning Chronicle, on , the corres pood euee laid before Parliament re i lal in g io executions in Turkey for apostacy from j [siamism, have attracted attention to several correspondences relating to British intercourse with Turkey, which cannot be too strongly re commended for perusal to ail interested tn the subject. The allusion to the communication from St. Petersburg requires fut thor notice. The liussian Vice Chancellor appears to have reatar ked, «« thal through the instrumentality ol some of the Russian consular agents, Pashas had not unfrequently been persuaded, in an un official manner, to facilitât* the removal from their government of Greeks and others who had rendered themselves liable to capital punish» ments for apostacy ; and he gave the Eoglish ambassador to understand that he was of opinion that greater security to Christians would be ob tained by the exercise of the individual influence i of foreign...
RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA. [FURTHER PARTICULARS FROM BELL'S MESSENGER OF JUNE 1.] Wednesday, May 8th. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
RIOT IN PHILADELPHIA. [FURTHER PARTICULARS FROM BELL'S MESSENGER OF JUNE ].] Wednesday, May 8ih. ALL business was neglected, and the morning: opeued iii gloom. The Irish families removed from Kcngsiiigton in crowds, as well as many American«. Many of the Irish encamped in Camac's Woods, and others repaired to the nearest towns. About twenty more Irish houses were burnt by tin populace-a large and hand some Hornau Catholic Church (St. Michael's), I he priest's house, and a large female seminary -that of the " Sisters of Mercy." An Irish man was nearly killed in the streets in the morning, by a crowd of people. He was seized in a house willi two loaded muskets, aud, like Taggart, was one who had fired on the American meeting. Another Irishman was said to have been shot, but I did not see this event, though near the place stated at the time. The Roman Catholic bishop and clergy all left the city, the bishop (Dr. Kendrick) first issuing a pastoral letter, closing all Roman Catholic chur...
THE CASE OF JORV L. BROWN. [FROM A GLASGOW PAPER.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
THE CASE OF JORV L. J [FROM A GLASGOW PAPER.] B lilie Urquhart has the fallowing: letter from the British C.instil at Charlestown : - British Consulate. Charleston. May 6. 1814 Sir-t have great pleasure in being ab'e to fulfil the conditional promise I made in the letter which I had the honour of addressing to you on the 26th ultimo, in transmitting to yon herewith » copy of the letter pab lished by Judge O' Ve«H, explanatory of the case of John L. Brown, the young man who was condemned tu death for having aided in the escape of a female slave from her master's service. From the circumstances detailed in the enclosed letter, the corrertness of which I will vouch for, as t ha/e had the honour of being acquainted with Judge 0'NTeaH for the last fourteen years, and can conscienti ously declare, that 1 believe a more humane or truly estimable nnd religious man is not to be met with from one end of the United Sta'es to the other ; you will see that Brown was very little deserving of the ...
S.VAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
i S.VAN HITER. j AFTER avery long interval we have atlast been favored with intelligence from the abo re colony. We have received numbers of the Perth Gazette and Inquirir, from 17th August to 4 h September. We are glad to announce that a verv considerable improvement has taken place in the state and pros pects of the colony- Driven to exertions by the ! necessities of the timas, the colonists had not only j retrenched their expenses, but had commenced to i export all their available productions. A success ! ful shipment had been made to the isle of France, j and it is stated that probably the exports during I the present year will nearly equal the imports. The wine made in the colony had superseded lue use of the Cape and other common wines. The Legislative Council was sittinc. They had j passed an act for allowing licensed keepers of boarding houses to sell spirituous and fermented liquors by retail, under stringent regulations. The Colonial Secretary had moved a series of resolut...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
- - - I ! LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM EUROPE. ! WE have been favored with files of South African j 1 papers, containing copious quotations from English , papers to the 17th July. j We subjoin a few extracts relating to the most ! interesting topics of European news, which have j not previously been laid before the South Australian I public :- j THE RETENUE.-The quarterly return of the revenue, which we publish to-day, presents the same favorable results which have distinguished the returns of several quarters past. The four impor tant items of customs, excise, stamps, and taxes, present an aggregate increase over the correspond ing items of the quarter ending July 5, 1843, of ' £448,574, distributed with some inequaUty between I these four several heads, the customs department alone appropriating no less than £312,029 out of that entire increase ; and the department next in importance ,as an index of the monied prosperity of j the country, namely-the excise, appropriating £85,479 out p...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
NEW ZEALAND. HA.YT?ÏG been favored by a gentleman just arrived from New Zealand with files of Auckland papers from 3rd August to 1 Uh September, «e are en abled to furnish our readers with additional and interesting particulars in reference to the above colony. It appears that the Government debenture system had been so far successful that it had put out of circulation ail bank notes and coin. The shop-j keepers and merchants were forced also to issue ¡ debentures for very small sums, and have a clear- j ing house, where they exchange weekly each' other's paper. The system is said to work very ! weil. A Distillation Bili had been passed. The Gover nor and ail the members of Council were convinced that, so iar as concerned morality, sobriety, and1 the interests of the natives, it would be better to j allow distillation, but the Governor produced and j read a despatch from Lord John Russell to the late j Governor, dated 1841, prohibiting distillation, j This would render it necessary ...
RULES To be observed by the English People on occasion of the Visit of his Imperial Majesty, Nicholas, Emperor of all the Russians. [PUNCH] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
RULES To be observed by the English People on occasion of the Visit of his Imperial Majesty, Nicholas* Emperor of all the Russians. fPUNCH ] As the imperial Autocrat of all the Russians will doubtless make visits to numerous public institutions in this country, it behoves Punch to instruct the people as to their manner of behaviour. Remember, the man is a stranger-his visit is a surprise (and, perhaps, not au agreeable one, but that, as the poet observes, is neither here nor there), and we must meet this surprising incident with presence of mind. Britons ! Nicholas is here ; and as he is hero it is our duty to make the best of him. If you love Punch, be peaceful. You have obeyed me as yet; listen to me now. No hissing, no rotten eggs, no cabbage stalks, no howling, no mobbing, no nothing. Only] silence ! AU the institutions of the country which he is desired to see, let him see ; if he wishes to examine the Punch office - oar boy has orders to show him over the premises» If he is hu...
CORK POLICE OFFICE—SATURDAY, JUNE 8. "PRISONMANIA." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
CORK POLICE OFFICE-SATURDAY, JUNE 8. " PRISONS! AN IA . " IMMEDIATELY before the closing of the office, a young man, dressed in a shabby brown frock coat, was brought up in charge of two police men for creating a disturbance in Cook-street, by shouting in a loud voice, leaping on the flags, abusing Sir Robert Peel and all her Majesty's ministers, and Mr James O'Hea and family. He was asked what was his name, when he replied in a dignified tone-Timothy Meagher Mulcahy, attorney and solicitor of the high courts of law. Mr O'Hea swore that the prisoner rented an office from bim, where he was succeeding re markably well, being rather clever in his profes sion, but within the last few weeks he gave him self up to intoxication and became a public nuisance and a dangerous character to be left at large. He frequently came into the street and harangued the mob, using the most abusive and irritating language, and conducting himself in such manner as to create apprehension for the safety of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
Salea b» äuetion. Public Notice. 1 TRENTHAM NEALES.GovernraentA-uctîonrer and Appraiser, begs to return thanks for the patronage of the public for the last six years, and to reiterate the . assurance, that the same liberal system that has gained him that preference will be continued by their grateful servant. Sale days as usual SATURDAYS, MONDAYS, AND WEDNESDAYS. N B.-Cash advanced previous to sale without charge. General Merchandise (Wed nesday.) NEALES will sell-muslins,checked,striped, and plain, calicoes, all qualities, dresses, all textures, lining jacconets, Regatta shirts, single and double guns, pocket and holster pistol?, saddles and harness, soap, candles, black and green tea, molasses, York hams and bacon, tea trays, lucifers, floor, corks. QUARTER CASES AND HHDS. CAFS WINE. Tobacco, ploughs, harrows, grapes, mould boards, sheep netting, bottled wines, spades, nails, copying machines, table linen, farinaceous food, blasting powder, winnowing machine riddles, Cape raisins,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
MARRIED. At Moore Farm, Reed Beds, on Thursday, 31st October, 1844, by the Rev. T. Q. Stow, Mr Henry Stanford, of the Meadows, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr A. H. Davis. BIRTH. On Sunday, October 27th, Mrs R. Venn, Port Adelaide, of a son.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 5 November 1844
FIRST VESSEL FOR LIVERPOOL, AND A REGULAR TRADER. THE clipper built barque B L E N G . 250 tons Register, Hugh Stewart, com- mander, two years old, A 1, at Lloyds' &nbsp; for twelve years, will meet with immediate despatch, the greater part of her cargo being engaged. For freight or passage, having superior accommoda- tions, apply to WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, Jun. &nbsp; Hindley Street. &nbsp; Oct. 29, 1844. FIRST VESSEL. FOR LONDON. And a regular Trader, FOR LONDON, .AIMHO AT THE CAPE OF GOOD DOPE, WIND A1«D WEATHER PERMITTING, TnE fine twelve-years Al ship "SYMMETR Y," 408 tons, per register, William Elder, Commander, baring a large portion of ber _»cargo engaged, will proceed to sea on or about the 1st December. For freight or passage, apply to A. L. ELDER, Hindley street. 9 th September, 1844. FOB liOSTDOnr DIRECT, To sail the \5th November. ^ THE fine fast - sailing brigantine JOSEPH ALBINO, A 1,141 tons. For freight or passage, apply on boarcl to Captain John F...