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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

Corrrßponöcucc. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. SIB. - In my reply to " X*s " critique on the word river, two lines were inadvertently omitted. When inserted, the passage will read Does " X" not know that a river is sometimes in spring and sometimes in flood ; that when it re ceives supplies only from its own springs it is clear, and that when it receives supplies from the clouds there is a flood in it, which changes its appear ance ? Permit me to take this opportunity of stating that I was not aware of what I have since dis covered-that "X" is a man of learning, talents, and respectability, and, what I have long known him to be, one of the most estimable characters in our small community. Fur the mistake into which I fell, however, he has himself to blame. From the circumstance of his confining his critiques entirely to a few typographical and apparent grammatical errors, I took him to be some unfledged gosling, trying his wings before his feathers had grown. The company in ...

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSISTENCY!! [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

CONSISTENCY ! ! ID quantity, the exhibition fel< short of last tear, but not | io quality ; rubbish was theo sent in io Bli the tables ; th* growers said with Falstaff- I " Mortal men : food for pow- | der ; they will fill a pit as well as another." But now the best | only was offered. There was nothing wiib which Sir John j would not have " marched through Coventry." MI1( Hists cess TBB LsP IHMBJ From the ftegister'i remarks on the Show, 14th] Febru ary, Ï844. Let any one take up our report of Wednesday's pro» ceedings-let him estimate tbeatnouBt of toilful and en« dating labour, which must, of necessity, have preceded such an exhibition-let him read over the long list of suc cessful and unsuccessful com petitors in this manly ra oe the liberal award of prizes in this noble display of ons of the ooblest species of rival sbip-let him enumerate the vast variety of atticles exhi bited on this occasion-the peach, the nectarine, and the apricot-the pomegranate, the pine-app'e...

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MANILLA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

MANILLA MARKETS. THE schooner Munford left Manilla on the let October last-Reports cigars are very scarce in the Manilla market,and at the time of the Mun ford's leaving there were none to be purchased from Government. The supply of leaf still being deficient, there are only a few more ma nufactured than are required for the consumption of the place. A new regulation has been adopted by Government to issue what overplus there may be three times a month equally between all applicants who may require for exportation, those for consumption being prohibited. For the month previous to the Munford's departure, there was no overplus, and of course none distributed, and little hopes of any for some time ; so much so that whoever urgently require them buy of Spa niards, who have been gathering them up from these distributions, and have obtained 2 dollars per 1000 above the Government prices. A great scarcity of cigars haviug taken place at Singapore, China, Batavia, and the Colonies, the who...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

NEW Z E AL AND. THE prevalent accounts of the disturbed state of the natives, and of the perplexities in which his Excellency, Capt. Fitzroy, finds himself entangled, have been fully confirmed to us by authentic state ments, from a private correspondent residing in the Bay of Islands. He eays-" This neighbourhood is in a disturbed state just nov. Some time ago, Hikey cut down the flag-staff at Tapeta, and, since that, some natives from Kawakawa have stripped the white people by wholesale, right and left. The Missionaries have tried hard to mend matters, but have been much insulted and even threatened. Government can do nothing. The Governor has declared the northern part of the island to be un protected! and advises the whites to remove to Auckland. What the end may be, we know not." .-Launceston Advertiser. THK WARNER INVENTION.-The excitement occasioned by the bare possibility of Captain Warner getting a good sum for blowing up the British navy, has set all the small maritime ge n...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

MELBOURNE. R BORNS FESTIVAL.-Tüe dinner was held in the ? large room of the Caledonian Hotel last Friday evening. There were about one hundred and fifty guests present, with Alderman Kerr as . chairman, and Councillor Johnston as croupier. The dinner was of the most sumptuous descrip tion, and superabundant in jail its details, in cluding dishes of every variety, but more espe cially the " haggis," the great chieftain of the puddin' race, "cock-a-Ieeky," "hotch-potch," and "sheep's-head broth," the peculiar excellen cies of which can only be duly appreciated by a genuine Scotchman, having the love of his coun try, its ancient customs, associated with its more ancient institutions sincerely at heart. The band and piper, the latter habited in complete high land costume, were posted in the verandah, and during the dinner alternately enlivened the scene, and whetted the appetites of the guests with their strains. The chairman, on the cloth being re moved, gave, as the first toast, " the...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

ENGLAND. A Mr Dempster has inveuted a new mode of Railing, which he calls a " new rig," and bas fitted up a model yacht, the Problem, by which he reached Newcastle-upon-Tynefrom Berwick n pun-Tweed without chart, light, or compass; the Problem is capable of being made to turo round as it on a pivot without altering the sails; the mat ouvre is well adapted for vessels ot' war, as broadside after broadside, bow and stern guns, couht be discharged without haying occa sion to call a man from his gun, the fore and aft triangle sails go round without touching the mast. j Captain Basil Hail died some lime in Septem ber ; his funeral took place at Kingston, near Southsea; on the26th September a postmortem examination of the brain had been held, at which it was a Hi rm ed that the cause of his illness aud death arose from a softening of the brain, pro ducing in the first place paralysis ; there eau be little reason lo doubt that his death was brought ou hy severe mental exertion, and by ardu...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

I I SYDNEY. THE Australian oí the 13th January contains the following commercial review : Á slight improvement has been discernible in the market throughout the week. About 100 tons of sugar have been taken by the trade at £24. Holders are firm, and if no vessels arrive shortly a rise is anticipated. No sales have taken place in imported spirits, but prices are steady at former quotations. Some sales have been effected in tobacco-Bar rett's 12^d. A portion of the soda by the last ar rivals has been sold at from £15 to £18 per ton. The Sydney Morning Herald states that Sir Edward Knatchbull has transmitted £100 for the benefit of the orphan children of the late Mrs Jamieson, who, it will be remembered, was mur dered by Sir Edward's brother. The Australian states the sum at £1000. A meeting was held at the Victoria Theatre, yesterday evening, the object of which wa», to con gratulate " O'Connell and his fellow sufferers on their liberation from unjust imprisonment. The theatre was cro...

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MANAGEMENT OF TOBACCO. [FROM THE PERTH GAZZITE] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

MANAGEMENT OF TOBACCO. fVaOM THE PERTH CAZBlTE } COT on a hot day (a sraill «aw is th« best tiling) ; lay ihm plants dowD carefully, for they are very brittle, ami lei t!»e?a lie for an hour, more or less, according to the weather ¡ much longer tf da!!, and tomeibing less if very bot. This is a very powerful procer, and should be carefully attended to. Be careful anil do not injure the sucker, toroa it depends your hopes of another culling. When the p'aots bave got sufficiently limber, carry them out to the ind of the rows, and pack them on a dray, avoiding bicakinglhc leave« as much as possible. lt must be huag up in a dry shed or barn on small ro-is laid tranversely on beam?. The he*t way to bang it up. if you have plenty of room, ts lodi ive a «anden peg six or eight ¡nelie« long, diagonally in:o the bu't end of the slat!:. The broken leaves must be suant; on twine and bungai* like sprats. If you are short or roam, tte two p<«nts to gether, and hang them over the rods....

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FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER. (From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER» i (From the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion.) \ A s the season advances, again are satins, velvets, and all the richer materials in demand ; the new ones are most brilliant in color, displaying the prismatic tints in all their beauty. Bishops' purple, emerald green, brown, and gorge de colibra, are the most in favor; velvet embroidered in gold, Algériennes, Smyrna satins, and equaliy magnifi cent materials, are talked of for dress. Dentelles de velours, of extreme delicacy, but soft as lace, are ¡ made of every color. The reseau de Venesse, with ground of gold or silver thread, and flowers of chenille, with byrinthes gimp, are all used to orna ment dresses, whilst buttons, ribbon, and narrow ¡ velvet, are in favor for a more simple toilette, for which redingotes are universally worn. The cor sages are long, almost always busque, and very open, but not laced, with chemisette a la vierge ; the sleeves, a la bonne seeur, are reduced in size. Redingote...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [FROM THE AUTRALIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [THOM TBE AUSTKALIAV.] We have London wool sales from, the 24th tn the 28lh September inclusive, comprising 7424 bales, of which number 3240 were A ustrahan, not including the exports from Port Phillip. We glean from those sales, and from private memoranda, that the wool market in London stands firm, with certainly an upward tendency for prime sorts. There was not, however, &o great a demand for lambs', as at the previous sales of July aud August. The qualities of wool which at those sales (etched 17d, 23d, aud 26d, may be quoted from the following particu lars relative to the Continental markets : there can be no fear that the colonial staple will sua taiu a«y decline. Fraukfort-on-the-Maine, Sept 14.-Whilst our own market, no longer possesses any feature of particular moment siuce the stocks have beeu so deeply drawu upon and reduced, especially for the supply of Belgium and France, the accounts from Russia, Silesia, Saxony, and Austria, con tinue to« be ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

BIRTH. On the 16th instant, the wife of Mr. John   Richardson, Little Para, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 February 1845

Salts bp Suction. T? SOLOMON* will sell to-morrow, Saturday, the 22nd instant A variety of merchandise : among the lots will be found 100 dozen striped shirts 50 doz3n regatta ditto 30 prime cheeses 150 bushels English barley 50 bags salt Bottled porter Ginger Carpets Albert's shawls Thread Dark Prints Shoes Kettle« Duck Frocks ALSO, The whole of a gentleman's outfit, containing clothing, bedding, &c, of the best description. By Order of the Mortgagee. E. SOLOMON will sell on Saturday, the 1st March, 1845   The Windmill at present in the occupation of Mr J. Malin, and situate on the great North Road, together with sixteen acres of land, and two cot tages erected thereon, the whole to be offered with out reserve. The Auctioneer begs to recommend this snug property to the attention of small capitalists, as it offers a certain income without the possibility of risk. .ra TI CE. J? SOLOMON'S Commission on all Mer * chandisA sent for sale by auction, or other wise. is...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

SYDNEY. Mr William Macarthur has declined being- put in nomination for the representation of the county of Camden, in the room of Mr Therry ; Dr Osborne, therefore, at present walks the course. Mr Mac arthur assigns the following excellent reasons for refusing to become a candidate :-'* I consider the council, as now constituted, to be no arena for men of moderate opinions, desirous of the public good, without selfish purposes of aggrandizement to pro mote, or private animosities to gratify ; and until the public mind becomes more alive, than it un happily appears to be, to the difference between « fair and legitimate opposition to such measures of the Government as may seem to be impolitic or oppressive, and the low abuse and coarse invective continually applied to the representative pf the sovereign-until the general voice marks its dis approval of the attempts, so incessantly made, to wrest all power from the Executive, and to push abstract rights to dangerous extremes, instead o...

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. MONDAY. FEB. 24,1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Mono AT, FEB. 24,1845. James Darte, of Brownhill Creek, pleaded guilty to the charge of working an illicit still. Fined £iOO, or three months' imprisonment.

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SITTINGS. THE following are the causes for trial at the sit tings of the above Court, which commence this day*at half-past nine o'clock : - 1- Lyons v. Campbell (special jury). 2- Tollerson v. Lipson and Torrens. 3- Miller v. Walker. 4- Same v. Reynell. 5- Reewers v. Lipson and another. 6- Kierhye v. Lipson and another, 7- Pbiel v. same. 8- Witroark v. same. 9- Heidebrands v. same. 10- Bidstruss v. same. 11- Schmuser v same. 12- Bun ce and another v. Dawes. 13- Willoughby <v. Hoggett. 14- Taylor and another v. Stocks.^ There are other causes, which, however, were not entered last night.

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN A DELAIDF. February 24, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

PRICES OS" COLO Ni AL FRO DUCK IN A DELA! OF, j February 24, 1843. Whew (clean). 2<»6dto2-9d hushel grinding samples ........ Ss 3J to 2s 7d il itu» inferior (smutty) 2s to 2s 3d ditto Floor, fine. ¿£8 to £9 per too seconds. 3Ê7 per ditto Pollard . Is per 2ölb« i Bra a .. Qd Der bushel Bar ey, Engli&h. 2s 9d to 3s 9d ditto ! Cape ...... ls 9d t«»2s di'to I Skinless. 2s 9d ditto ' Bread. 4.1 to 5d pr 4-IH loaf i Biscuit. I Os to 15s per *xst Oats. 2s 9 1 to 3s 3<l ^»ashl j Maiao. 2s 6.1 to os di io Peas, while. . Sd per lb j bJo«. 4d ditto Hay. £ 1 Sstofl lOspertoa j Oaten ditto. £1 10s «o £2 ditto BUTCHER'S MEAT. Beef. 3»d ,0 *d Per ,D Mutton. 2d to 2^1 ditto Veal. 4d to 6d dit'o Limb *.*.*-!..". 2|dto3Jd!«o i PoOLTRY. Fowls....... 2s 6d to 3s per pair I Ducks ... . Ss to 4« per pair ! Geese . 5s «o 7s each Turkeys.... 7» to Iiis earh Wild ducks. 1« 6d per pair Pigeons. ls 3d per piir PAIP.V PRODUCE. Butter, frosh . I Od per lb Cheese. 6d to 9d per lb M...

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STRANDING OF THE BRIG " YARE." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

STRANDING OF THE BRIG " YARE." No correct account of the circumstances attending the stranding of the above-named vessel has aa yet been published ; and as some most absurd rumours have been afloat regarding the cause of the accident and the circumstances attending it, we are happy in being enabled to-day to lay before our readers a full and authentic account of the whole circum stances, by a person who examined the chip's log book, who visited her when she was aground, and who was on board when she was got afloat again. The Yare got under weigh at the Bar on Thurs day evening, the 13th instant, in company with the barque Phobe. During the night the winds were light, and the vessels made but little progress. Next forenoon, the Yare was only abreast of Hold fast Bay, when, the sea breeze setting in strong, she was obliged to haul on a wind and beat down the Gulf. Towards the evening of Friday, she was inshore a considerable way to the southward of the Bay ; and bearings having been t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

Sales bi} Suction. Merchandise. MR. W. G. LAMBERT xviii Ml hy public] auction, at his rooms, Hindley-street, ¡on this day, the 26th February, at 12 ©"clock pre cisely An extensive assortment of goods, consisting of Ironmongery, drapery, hosiery, onions, por ter, potatoes, and sundries. Valuabàe Freehold Property in H Êiidley-street, FOR ABSOLUTE BALE. By order of the Trustees of the Sequestrated Es tates of Mvrray, Greig, and Co., and Russell, Macnish, aud Co. JLJR. W. G..LAMBEUT has been honored with instructions to sell by public auction, at his rooina. Hindlry-sireet, on Tuesday, the 18'« March next, at 12 o'clock precisely - AJI ihat valuable and extensive freehold pro perly, consisting of eighty-five feet frontage in the best part of Hindley-street, adjoining Mr. St cks%j new store, and directly opposite Mr Payne's Tavern. The property comprises an extensive, well built, double-fronted shop, with a brick built warehouse, parlour, bed room, and detached kitchen, with a well of c...

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THE "REGISTER" AND THE "YARE." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

j THE "REGISTER" AND THE "TARE." I PE Register $ shameful and uti warranted attack on Captain Harding has caused nothing but a feeling of almost universal disgust. For a man «rho knows just as much about the Gulf ör its navigation as be does hbout navigating *Bn aerial rjaaehïne,lo set liîmsetfuôâs . a j udgc - of. the coh ditct ¿fa man.Vho has been bred to the sea, and vfco has conducted vessels iu safety through many places where the navigation is intricate and danger ous, is really absurd ; and wer« it not that Captain Harding's character and prospects in life are at stake, and might sustain ari irreparable injury, we would be quite willing to laugh at the whole matter ; bat, so far as poor Harding is concerned, it is too serious a matter to laugh at. And the worst feature in the whole case is, that the attack was made when no information whatsoever had been obtained re garding the accident. It is true the Register endeavours to sidle out of the errors now by bringing forward wha...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1845. THE "OPOSSUM," FROM LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 February 1845

Ctje Jlouth australian. ADÉLAÏDE: TUESDAY. FEBECAHT 25,1S45. THE «? OPOSSUM," FROM LAUNCESTON. THIS vessel arrived on Sunday, in ballast, with fourteen /assengers. She brings files of Van Die men's I<and papers to the lst,but having previously received intelligence lo that date, by way of Port land Bay there is no nett s of importance. The price of wheat at Launceston was 3s, at Hobarton 3s Sd to 4s, atSyduey for Van Diemen's Land 3s 9d, and at* Port Phillip 3s 3d per bushel. The Launceston people hav<ï engaged largely in the exportation of wheat to England.

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