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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. Edward Wright, Esq., M.D.. whose arrest we noticed in our publication of Friday last, was on that day brought before the sitting magistrates, charged, on the information of the Crown, with causing the death of William Wilkins, late of Thebarton, by administering an excessive dose of morphine. Mr Fisher, Mr M. Smith, and Mr Poulden, at tended for the defence. The information baying been read, and the offer of bail for the appearance of the defendant to answer the charge at the Sessions acceded to, Dr. Wright entered into his own recognisance for £100, and Mr Sleinan and Mr Paxton for £50 each. SATURDAY, FEB. 8, Wyra Maldyra, alias Peter, of whose first exami &nbsp; nation on the charge of the murder of George McGrath, in the month of June, 1842, we gave an account in our police report of 17th ultimo, was again brought up. William Chace, formerly ex amined, was, at the desire of the Magistrate, des patched in company with a police constable, to poi...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
I____JLocsl ileum. _ THE Phobe has called in here on the suggestion ot Messrs Beck, who, thinking she would easily get a cargo of corn and floor, wrote to the captain, advising him to call on his way to India. The Phoebe could re lieve the market to the extent of 900 tons, but holde» of produce would not give the freight demanded, and we regret to hear the vessel has again sailed. We must defer remarks till our next. The captain of the Phobe states that when he left 1 Dublin (on the 25th September) two vessels were Iud on in Liverpool for Adelaide.
THE "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
THE "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER." BY the «í special notice" subjoined, it appears that our contemporary's "gambling speculation," or j ¡ " struggle for existence," or attempt to crush his ? opponents-the latter of which we said, when he j commenced, depended not on his,but on the public j will-has utterly failed, his tremendous circulation, " all the business advertisements," and his hundreds J of new subscribers, notwithstanding. Almost every j one-certainly every man of business--predicted a j failure ; but anything so disgustingly humiliating, I so unblushingly false, as the following exhibits, we defy the best friends of our contemporary to pro ¡ duce. We are much inclined to believe that the | whole affair was a ruse, to prevent the subscribers ; who threatened to resign from giving up at the end j of the year and quarter. If this is the case, his j fate is only postponed. LOOK ON THIS PICTURE-AND On THIS. [From the Register, Jan. 31.] [From tb« Register Feb. 12.] Our readers ha...
ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
+*t*EWjJiIM)E RACES. ! npHE Receipts and Expenditure of the Subscrip lions for the Third Day's Races, January 3rd,i 1845: RECEIPTS. Mr Parker.£2 2 0 Mr Carruthers . 0 10 6 Mr McFie. 1 1 0 Mr Nicholson . 0 10 o! Mr Pax ton. 010 0 The Adelaide Brewery . 0 7 6 Mr Auld .'.. ... 0 5 0 Mr Ewens. 0 10 0 Mr John Howard . 1 I 0! Mr Treleaven . I 1 Oj Mr Spiller. 0 10 0 Mr Robinson, Freemason's Tavern ... 110 Mr Clarke, brewer . 2 0 0 Mr Trott . 0 10 0 Mr T. Maslin ... . 0 10 0 Mr B. Neales . 0 10 0 Mr T. Hornsby. ... ..110, Mr Malcolm . 1 1 0 ! Mr Brewer. 0 10 G Mr James Hill. ... ... 1 0 oj Mr A. Young. ... 1 0 0| MrMcEllister. I 1 0 Mr F.Allen . 1 1 0 Mr B. Greig . 0 10 6 Mr A. Scott . 0 5 0 Mr S. Payne, Auction Mart Tavern... 110 Mr Fairlie. 0 5 0 Messrs Lambert & Son ... ,. 0 10 6 M. W. Pain, Gawler Arms. 0 7 6 Mr John Fuller. 0 10 6 Mr. W. Johnson. ... . 1 I 0 Captain Wilkinson . 1 1 O' Mr O. Lines . 110 A Friend .'.. ... '.. 0 10 6 Mr William Brewer ... ... ... ... 1 0 0 Mr R. ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter by the author of *' Commerce," ia answer to " X," must be delayed till our next, for want of room. The letter of " Proprietalis Amator " is in type, but is reluctantly deferred ; also, "A Looker-on," and a notice of Stephens's Police Act. TYPOGRAPHICAL Enson.-In the copy of the abstract of receipts and expenditure for the quarter ending 30th of September, IS44, published in this paper, the amount of expenditure for the land and survey department was stated at £¡73 19s 9d in place of £573 i9s 9d.
EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
EXPENDITURE. Captain Wilkinson, the winner of the Innkeeper** Plate . ... ... 36 0 0 Mr Malrolnt, the winner of the Gallo way Slakes . 16 6 9 Mr I lawson's Bili for Saddle and Bridle 5 12 0 " Observer," for Advertising . 0 16 9 " Register," for ditto . 1 U 0 Standard ... .... 0 5 0 Carriage. 0 4 0 1 Doze» of Champagne, for Stewards and Company - « ... .. 3 12 0 " South Australian," for Advertising... 16 0 £65 13 6 R. P \ RK KR Adelaide, Feb. 14,1845. H. ATHORN.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
j £f)tjppútg ïnfcnttjcnce. I -1 I ARRIVED. I I FEBRUARY H.-The barque Phmibe, 600 ton*, i from Hobarton, ia ballast. ' SAILED. FEBRUARY Î2.--The brig Yare, 266 tons, Harding, for London. Passengers-Messrs McEuen, Greig, Sharples, McKean, Waters and son, Corder, and Ladyman.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
EXPORTS. j Cargo of the Yare, for London. - 208 bales wool, 20 casks of oil, 95 bags gum, 7 cases, 2 bags flour, 206' bags wheat, 5 bags gum, 330 bags copper ore, 516 cwt. bark, 114 staves, 330 paling, 2 bags wheat, 1512 bushels wheat. Hagen & Co. ; 1228 cwt. copper ore, J. Hart; 52 bales wool, ll cases gum, Baker; 112 bales Anstey ; 301 bales wool, Stocks, jun., & Co. ; 23 bales wool, Elder ; 15 do., Buncé & Thomson ; 15 do.. Hardy; 12 do, Waters; 9 do., M. Smith; 1 do., Phillips ; 1 chest, 1 bos, J. B. Neales ; I cask gum, Angas ; I case South Australian wine. Bartley; I box. paper writings, Bank of South Australia, 3 cases, G. Young.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
" S&outfc australian" GENERIX PRO NTT ll ¿fl© ESTASU-OSHlRfflSlMT. THE Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing has always given the greatest satisfaction, and he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the colony. The motto of this Office shall be ** Cheapness, neatness, punctuality; and dispatch." Printing Office, ? J^undle-street, Nov. 11, 1844. $ %7ie, proprietor of this journal, on investigating varions matters connected with his recent purchase, finds that he will he able to make some changes, which, hs thinks, will be advantageous both to him self and to the public. In the first place, the system of advertising may, in his opinion, be much improved, and made more consonant with the principles now universally adopted at home in the management of newspapers, and he proposes to make changes as follows :-In place of c...
LAUNCESTON MARKETS. Union Steam Milk, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
LAUNCESTON MARKETS. Union Steam Milk, Jan. 18. Floe Soar, £10; seconds, £9 16s; third*, £8 ; sharf* £5 per 2&lt;KK> lbs ; brnn, 9d ; pollard, lOd per 20 lbs' wheat, 2s 6d to Ss per bushel. Cataract and Supply Mlle, Jan. 16. Fine flour, £10 ; seconds, £9 IO« ; 12 per cent., £6jp« ton ; bran, lOd ; pollard. Is ; oats, Is 6d to 2a ; wheat 2s 6d to 3s par bneh'cl. " * ^^^ll
MR RIDLEY'S REAPING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
MR RT D LE Y'S REAPING MACHINE. WE publish below a letter from Major Irwin, Western Australia, with a relative certificate as to the operations of the machine purchased by that gentleman : - Perlh, 3rd January, 1845. Pia-I have received, by the Victoria, a reaping and thrashing machine, from the inventor, Mr Ridley, of Adelaide, South Australia, and have been instructed by him to make payment to you of £69 for the same. I have lost po time in getting up the machine, end setting it to work at Henley Park, my farm on the Upper Swan, and after two days' trial on different kinds of wheat crops, both heavy and light, in the presence of competent judges, farmers and millwrights, the machine was found unsuited for its object, as is stated in the j Ïonexed copy of a survey I caused to be held on it ' uring its performance in the wheat field. It is with much regîit I feel obliged to make this report, both on my own account and on that of others here desirous of patronising the invention, as ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
DIED. On Wednesday last, the 12th instant, at its late residence, corner of King William-street, aged seven weeks and one day, The Daily Journal, the "Register." The unfortunate deceased, it appears, had been troubled with a trifling issue, which, having been checked by injudicious treat- ment, led to its death. It is supposed this event may have been accelerated by the imaginary love of humanity exhibited by de- ceased, who, fearful of injuring the health of its attendants, declined their services, and quietly sunk into nothingness. From its birth, the deceased had been afflicted with a total want of intellect, and labored under the most extraordinary delusions. Among others, it fancied itself a newspaper—a newspaper exceeding "the most sanguine expectations," giving the "earliest, best, and most extensive &nbsp; information," containing "all the business advertisements," offering "six papers in place of two" —in short, the " leading commercial journal in this colony ;" and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
Sale» fr? auction. KSAXsSS'S AUCTION NOTSCES. To-morrOW -.. Horses, cows, lot of year ling steers and heifers, a ¡ dray, spring cart, &c. AND Earthenware, hosiery, shirts, j iron goods, iron bedsteads AND, Miller lc Bryden, 3 2 watches I diamond pin, v. S on execution ont of the Ma Hamilton. \ gistrates Court. Montefiore, v Hamilton. Miller & Bryden, v. The Same. Stotiday ... Furniture, &c, at the j Royal Admiral, under exe cutionsout of the Magistrate's ¡ Court } Wednesday ... The great kensington sale, catalogues NOW READY, cards to view also, to be obtained at the Mart. Thursday ... The second sale on Mr j Penni's premises. Saturday l¥*eefc-A very important land sa'e, to be followed by mer chandise. J. ß. Neales's terms are as usual, and he will guarantee his NETT RETURNS quite equal to any concern pretending to do business cheaper. TSOTiCJB. J? SOLOMON'S Commission on all Mer * chandisp ecnt for sale bv auction, or other wisp, is only 2^ por cent : and on...
MEMORIAL BY THE COLONISTS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AGAINST THE INTRODUCTION OF CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 February 1845
MEMORIAL BY THE COLONISTS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA AGAINST THE INTRODUCTION OF CONVICTS. IN publishing the memorial of the colonists against the introduction of felons from British &nbsp; prisons, we have left ourselves so little space that we can give only a very few particulars in explanation. The first intimation to the colonists of the proposal by Mr M'Laren, Manager of the South Australian Company, to introduce Parkhurst boys into the province, was made in this jour- nal on 7th Jan. last. A public meeting was held on the 24th Jan., in Messrs Lambert's rooms, Hindley-street, Adelaide, at which a series of resolutions were passed unanimously, condemning, in the strongest terms, the pro- posal. The subjoined memorial was subse- quently prepared, which in the course of thir- teen days, deducting Sundays, has received 1675 signatures. Only one person, on foot, has been employed in procuring signatures, who &nbsp; informs us of the following facts:— &nbsp; 1—That ...
ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 February 1845
I ARTICLES OF EXPORT. Bacon. per lb. Bark..........per ton Barlev. bushel Barleymeal. 50Iba. Beef.......... tierce» Biscuit...............-.>....- - cwt. Bran............ .......... .. bushel Bricks. lOOD Butter, sal ted. per lb. Candles, moulds.............. do. -dips.............. .... do. Cheese...... do. Copper ore...ton Flour, flos .................... do. -seconds ................ do. Gum.... ào. Gum timber.par load Hay. per ton Hides.«ac« Horns and hoofs .... ........ par cwt. Lead ore..ton Maize........ pw bushel Oats... do. Oil, black ~.per tan -sperm. do. Oxen. «sch Pollard. per 20lba. Potatoes..............per ton Sheep, fat..".each Slate.per 1000 -slabs.perJoot Starch . pe" lb. Tallow.«.- per cwt. Wheat...... ....«.....».« per bushel Wool, 1st quality.-per lb". -- 2nd quality ............ do. - in grease. . ¿0^ ] Whalebone...per ton 6d 35sto 40a 2eto3s$d 3s 6d £4 19s to J7s 8d 18s to 20* 6d to 7d 6d &i 6dte Cd £8 to £8 10» £7 £18 («lu«) £2 to £3 Ilk £110» .a S...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corraettd up to February 8.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 February 1845
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corraettd tip to February 8.) IMPORTED GOOD». Ale. light .per n|,d - strong.per barrel -bottled...per dozen Bacon. do. Bags, 3-busbel .each Blankets.per pair Blue.per lb. Candles, wax . do. -sperm do. -moulds .................. do. Canvas....per bolt Casks.......«.... .per tun Cedar, in log.per foot boards.do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....par 1000 Coals....perton Coffee.per lb. Copper, sheathing .............. do. -Nails... 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 -fl by 3. do. Figs.......per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. E.!.,. do. Glass, IO by 12....,.».per box Glue.per lb. Gunpowder, fine.............. do. blasting do. Glass, sheet H by IO ...per IO0 feet 16 14 18 18 IB 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 ll do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Hams, Yorkshire. do. -Westphalia ... do. H...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 February 1845
£î)taping ínícUígencc. ARRIVED« ' FEBRUARY 1J4.-The cuUer-yacht Jlidge, 10 tona, Kir. soppe, from Port Phillip. Passengers-J. Fletcher, E. P. S. Start, T. Wright, R. Galt, and - Chartel, Esquires. SAILED. February 15.-The cutter Albatross, 13 tons, Tapley, for Kangaroo Island, to load salt. Same Day.-The cutter William, 9 tons, Walker, for Kangaroo leland, to load salt. THB " ARAB," FROM LONDON TO LAUNCESTON.-It ls stated in Saturday's Observer that the above vessel had sailed in January, 1843, had not called at Rio, and bad not been heard of since. She sailed in January, 1844. and had put into R;o dismasted. She has not been subsequently heard of. This statement is confirmed by the captain of the Phobe (which vessel belongs to the same owners) who called at Rio ia his outward voyage.