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THURSDAY, FFBRUARY, 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

THURSDAY, FFBRUARY, 27. George Rankine of H ind ley-street, appeared to answer [ an information laid against him by a lad named Henry L. Durieu, under the new Police Act, for keeping a ferocious doa, by which complainant had been bitten. The case bein» frivolous, i.(formation dismissed. ; James East alias Ellis, was further remanded till , Saturday, on a charge of stealing bacon, the property of Mr John Bowden of the Chain of Ponds. Hugh Cairns was charged with stealing a piece of check, valued at 2s 9d, the property of William Hine Sarah Hine, wife of the prosecutor, staled that she , purchased the check, now produced yesterday afternoon, at Mr Macgeorge's shop ; that sh« called at Mr Bick- 1 ford's, where she unintentionally left her parcel ; on missing it, returned to Mr Bickford's, when she found it bad been taken hv the prisoner. George Barr Yates, salesman to Mr Macgeorge, identified the goods. William Harris, in Mr Bickford's employ, «aid that prisoner, in company with anothe...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

FREIGHTS. To London, »nd Liverpool, Woo!, per lb.... I Jd to If I " Oil, per ton. 4 IO « Bark. 4 li <. « Other good$. 4 to £-i IO To Hobart Town, per ton..21s lo 1 IO o To Launceston, per ton. 10 0 To Port Phillip, per toa.15s to 1 O 0 To Sydney, per ton.£1 to 15« ** Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 6 To Mauritius, per ton. 2 IO O ToSwan River, per ton.£2 io 2 10 O

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MAURITIUS MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

MAURITIUS MARKETS. From a Mauritius Pi ice Current, of dale 11th December, we quote the following: - d. c è. c. Madagascar fat oxen. 30 to 35 Sheep. 6 6 Bran Cape.perlOO.bs 2.50 3 New South Wales do. 2.50 3 Bricks, building .... per 1000 18 20 Flour A mericau ........ per barrel 7 8.50 Cape.per lOOtbs 6 6.60 New South Wales do. 4 5 Wheat Cape.per lOOIbs 3.50 3.75 Europe.......... do. 2.40 2.60 Butter Cape.per lb. 20 30 Irish. do. 22 22 Cheese English.per lb. 20 80 Fish Dried stockfish.... per 1 OOlbs. 3 5 Cape dried. do. 3 50 4 Pickled .per cask 4 6 Hams English . per lb. 20 25 Sait. per lOOIbs. 75 1 Sugar Fine yellow.per lOOIbs. 6 60 6.75 Fine browu. do. 6 6 20 Soap Dacca..per 100 lbs. 6 7 Marseiiles. do. O 10 Tranquebar..... do. 7 9 Coffee. do. 30 35

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

" &ottt& Australian" «ENSRAI. P R fl IM TT 0 (M <S g§¥Â{BG.I!§{HIIMIS!fcgT.i np HE 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, «nd he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled im the colony. The motto of this Office shall be " Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, } Rundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. \ As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being j lower both to subscribers and advertisers than those of ils contemporaries, we beg to direct j the special attention of the public to the sub- joined statement. We beg also to notify that HO dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or not duly ordered, are allowed to appear. The whole of our available space is devoted to matter of general interest and information : Terms of the South Australia...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS, FEB. 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

I MELBOURNE MARKETS, FEB. 1. Flour, per 100 lbs_ " second, per ditto Wheat, per bushel.... Potatoes, (new) per cwt, Cows, young, sold at .., Good cows and calves.. Good bullocks, per pair., Sheep. Horses . . 0 9 0 . 0 8 6 . 0 3 6 . 0 2 0 .£2 2 0 . 3 7 6 £8 8s 9 9 0 ... 6a 0 8 9 .. £8 24 6 0

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MANILLA, MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

MANILLA, MARKETS. I THE schooner Munford left Manilla on the 1st October last-Reports cigars are very scarce in the Manilla market.and at the time of the Mun- ford?* leaving there were none to be purchased from Government. The supply of leaf still being deficient, th-re are only a few more ma- nufactured than are required for the consumption of tho 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 coarse 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 having taken place at Singapore, China, Batavia* and the Colonies, t...

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The South Australian. ADEIAIDE: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1845. THE CITY BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

Che ^outft áustraliam ADEIAIDE: FRIDAY. FEBEO ART 28,1645. THE CITY BRIDGE. TffE Government have accepted the tenders by Messrs James & Thomas, Architects, Gawler Place, for the erection of a stone bridge over the Torrens, in the line of Morphett-street. We have seeu a plan of the bridge, which will have one great arch, and ic very ably designed. There is every reason to believe that full justice will be done in the construction of this important work, which is now to be commenced ; Mr James having been trained from early youth by bis father, who immi- nent as a bridge builder in the mother country. * SAVINGS BANK. j THX following is a report of the funds of ibis useful institution for tLe last month. It will be observed by a notice in our advertising columns, that the half-yearly meeting of the general board of management takes place on Monday next, at three o'clock, p.m. Statement submitted to the Monthly Meeting of Direo. tors of the South Australian Savings Bank-February...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

ARRIVED. Feb. 25.-The cutter Resource, 16 tons, Thomson, from Kangaroo Island. Cargo-14 tons salt, Mr Venn. SAILED. Feb. 25.-The cutter Albatross, 13 tons, Tapley, for Onkaparinga, in ballast, to load flour. Feb. 27.-The cutter Opossum, 19 tons. Organ, for Launceston. Passengers-Mrs Organ and J. Horne. Cargo-40 bales gunny bags, 1 box specimens, 1 box apparel. *#* A vessel, signalised as a schooner, going round to the Port last evening; also, a vessel in sight.

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. Tuesday, February 26, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SITTINGS. Tuesday, February 26, 1845. WE take from the Register the report of the first case, which occupied the court the whole day : LIONS V. CAMPBFLL. A special jury was sworn in for this case. This was an action brought by MrSamuel Lyons, auctioneer, of Sydney, against C. J. F. Campbell, Esq., to recover the sum of £1008 3s 6d, with in- terest, from the loth July, 1843. For the plaintiff, Messrs Fisher and Smith; and for the defendant, Messrs Bartley and Hardy. It appeared that in July, 1840, the defendant and his brother Dalmahov Campbell, Esq., purchased of the plaintiff, in Sydney, 1388 head of cattle, ai £6 per head, amounting to £7981 ; the payment to be by £500 in cash, and the remainder by bills t at six, twelve, and eighteen months, the two last , bearing interest. The first bill was duly paid, but some difficulty arising with the second, judgment was signed on the 11th November, 1841, for the balance upon it, amounting, with expenses, 1 to £1793 17s ...

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DAYS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

DAYS OF DISCOUNT. I Bank of Sooth Australia.-Tuesday and Friday; ' Bank of Australasia.-Monday and Thanda j ^

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

RATES OF EXCHANGE. I THE BANK Or SOUTH AUSTRALIA Draw on London at 2 per cent, premium. " Colonies at 3 per cent, premium. Párchate on London at 30 days sight, at (wo pt-r cen?, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every thirty days beyond. Purchase on the colonies at 30 days sight, st one percent discount. THK BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Draw on London at 30 days sight.at 2 per cent premium. " Colonies at 30 days sight, at 2 per cent premium. Purchase on London at 1 per cent, discount, and ;« additional 1 per cent, for every month beyond 30 days cur- rency, and 4 per cent, if drawn or payable out of London". Purchase on the colonies at 30 days sight, atone percent discount.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

Stale* by auction. 17 SOLOMON'S Commission on all Mer chandisn sent for sale by auction, or other- wise, is only 2^ per cent ; and on Land, Sheep, or Wool, above the amount of £l00, only 1 per cent. A substantial stockyard is erected, and the charge for selling cattle, &c, is as under: - Horses «. 3s each. Cattle. ls 6d ^ head. Pigs ...... ................. 3d each. Shdep, under the value of £100 2d each. E. SOLOMON "^XflLL sell on Saturday next, without resérve- lo pieees tick, containing 1192 yards 16 doz. serge shirts 60 doz. netted braces 400 lbs. whitey-brown thread 150 pieces shirting SO doz. regatta shirts 60 rich shawls 20 doz. cotton handkerchiefs A lot of tailing wheat, for poultry and pigs 3 ions Manilla sugar A few bags of ginger A lot of tinware Wax dolls (moving eyes) Ironmongery. AND A great variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. By Order of the Mortgagee. E. SOLOMON X^riLL sell on Saturday, the lit of March T T 1840 Th e windmill at 'present iu t...

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SUICIDE BY TWO SISTERS—SLOP-SHIRT MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

SUICIDE BY TWO SISTERS - SLOP - SHIRT MAKERS. AT a few miaules after six o'clock ou Wedues day morning, 21st August last, a shipwright, in proceeding to his work at the Deptford dockyard, had his attention drawn to two women walking along the towingpnth of the Graud Surry Canal near Deptford-bridge. Their appearance at such an early hour, and in a locality not much fre- quented, even during the day, excited his sus picions, aud induced him to watch their move- ments. Scarcely had five minutes elapsed be- fore they slopped, aud, clasping each other's hands, precipitated themselves into the centre of the canal. He instantly shouted for help, and, with all speed, hastened to the spot, but by the time he had gained it they had both disap- peared. Without waiting to divest himself of his clothes, he plunged into that part where he had seeu them go down, aud succeeded in grasp- ing one of the unfortunate creatures, and, af'er much exertion, managed to swim ashore with her. Having placed h...

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THE CULTIVATION OF SILK. FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

THE CULTIVATION OF SILK. FBOM THE ADIT lt ALLAH . THIS journal has ever been foremost in advo- cating the cultivation of articles for exportation, in addition to those which have been found io sufficiei.t to enable the colony to meet the charges of ifs necessary imports. We have for some time felt persuaded that the cultivation of silk would not only form a most imposing article in our list of exports, but that it would be the means of giving employment to the junior branche:} of those families whom we have been at the expense of importing to our shores. We therefore subjoin, for tbe perusal of our numerous readers, the following paper on this subject, extracted from a recently received uumber of Bell's Weekly Messenger, and if the results of experiments made in England have been found to be so favourable, we have abun- dant reason for presuming they would be much more so in this congenial climate, in which, on a small scale at least, it has already been found that the silk worm and...

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JOHN ELLIS v. PRICE MAURICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

JO HM ELLIS V. PRICE MAURICE. This wa« an action of trespass, for entering upon the plaintiff's ran at the Milner special surrey. For the plaintiff, Mr Smith; for the defendant, Mr Fisher. Hugh Cameron, overseer to Mr Ellis, gave evidence of Mr Maurice's sheep having come to Mr Eilis's run on the Gawler ; the witness saw some on the south side of the river, and proceeded-1 saw them a few days afterwards on the north side ; I cannot say whether they were the same as the others ; Mr Maurice said they were his ; ¡Vi r M. «aid he had got part of his sheep across, but could not get the others ; I saw some several times on the north side ; I saw them after I spoke to Mr Maurice ; I saw them there till some time in October, about two weeks altogether; we were reserving the grass for the sammer feed ; it was in a good state previous to the sheep coming ; afterwards it was a good deal beat down ; we could not feed Mr Eilis's sheep in that direction : we had togo in another direction ; I did ...

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Thursday, February 27. TAYLOR AND ANOTHER v. STOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

Thursday, February 27. TAYLOR AMI» ANOTHER ». STOCKS. This was aa action of assumpsit to recover payment .óf wool delivered. For the plaintiffs,Mr Bartley; for the defendant, Messrs Fisher and Bayne. Mr Bartley opened the case, and called Edward Edwards, storeman to Mr Stocks -I have a memorandum of fifty-eight bales -delivered ; I can venture to say, from me- mory, that thirty bales were delivered; they - vary very much in weight ; they would average upwards of 2 cwt. each ; the wool was «hipped for England by Mr Stocks ; I should think the best «wools are worth I«. .Cross-examined-I believe merchants are in the -habit of advancing on wool ; Mr Stocks is in the &abit of doing so ; this wool was received from Mr Dubois. Re-examined-Mr Taylor was seeing it de- livered, and superintending the weighing of part of it; the wool was sent in Mr Dubois* name. By the Judge-I did not know that Mr Taylor had a share in it, but I do not know that it was Mr Dubois* from any other circums...

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Wednesday, February 26, 1845. TOLLERSEN v. LIPSON AND TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

Wednesday, February 26, 1845. TOLLBfiSEN V. UPSON AND TOBRKNS. ] THIS was aa action of trespass for alleged false imprisonment, for which the plaintiff, a foreigner, one of the seamen of the Hanseat» German whaler, sought damages. The defendants are respectively Harbour Masler and Collector of Customs, at Fort Adelaide, and are magistrates of the province. Mr Fisher, with whom was Mr M. Smith, ap- peared for the plaintiff, and Mr Bartley for the defendants. Mr Fisher opened the case, and gave a narrative of the transactions which led to the imprisonment. Mr F. stated that the plaintiff and other seamen were sent to prison, without having an opportunity of being heard, under a warrant, of which the fol- lowing is a copy : ««No. 8.-Warrant of Commitment for TriaL ! «« South Australia to Wit. *« Thomas Lipson and Robert Torrens, Esquires, , two of her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and \o the Governor of the Common Gaol at Adelaide, in the said province. ** These are to command you...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to February 22.) IMPORTEND GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected vp to February 22») I1IPORTS& GOODS. Ale, light...perbbd - strong.per barrej -bottled.%per dozen Bacon . do. Bags, 3-basbel..each Blankets .....per pair Blue.«... .POT lb. Candia«, wax . do. -sperm do. -moulds .................. do. Canvas.pw bolt Casks.per tan Cedar, in log......per foot -in boards. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bend ....per 1000 Coals.perton Coffee.per lb. Copper, sheathing .............. do. -Nails. do. Cordage, English......per cwt. -Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimat« ...... .... 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.I. do. Glass, IO by 12.... «.per box Glue.,...per lb. Gunpowder, fin« .............. do. -blasting.*. do. Glass, sheet 14 by 10 ..pst 100 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 14 do. do. do. do, do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Hams, Yorkshire. do. Westphal...

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THE FRONTIER SYSTEM OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

I THE FRONTIER SYSTEM OF RUSSIA. ; ACCORDING lo au agreement between China anti Russia, an ort ricial debert, several miles broad, runs for about 3000 English miles along the Siberian frontier towards Chinese Tartary, which has for its object to prevent the desertion of the respective subjects. The desert is lined on the Russian as well as on the Chinese terri j tory by armed frontier guards, arresting every1 ¡ person who should dare to walk over it, and de- livering the same to the lespective authorities I for punishment. ID order to facilitate the pur ? suit of fugitives, and to traee them with more ' certainty, the soil is levelled in spring, as far as its condition will allow it, with barrows and rakes, and covered with sand ; duriug winter the snow will show at once the teach of the fugi- tive, to whom every possibility of escape is thus cut off. This arrangement having worked well, no doubt called into life the idea of surrounding the western frontier of the empire iu a simila...

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Government Gazette. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

.goberttmettt Gazette. NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 26.-Notice is h ereby given, that the following persons have taken out the undermentioned licenses for 1845, under the Act of Council No. 8, 6th Victoria, for pro- tecting the Waste Lands of the Crown from en- croachment, intrusion, and trespass, during the period between 28th January and 26th February, 1845: OCCUPATION LICENSES. Philip Quick James Yictory John Glen John Rogers J. T. Scown Robert Christie John Kirby George Johnston G. H. Wilton Duncan Cameron Richard D. Hawkins W. W. Hughes John Chambers John Hallett WiUiam Clark Alfred Hallett Edward Loud John Lush Kobert Atkinson John Boyce William Roberts Hensly and Golder E. P. S. Sturt F. H. Dutton Walter Mitchell Frederick Ransford Thomas Pedlar John Bradford Lachlan Macfarlane Banister Booth John Watts John Morphett J. B. Macdonald Joseph Johnson James Baldock Thomas Moore Henry Appleton Peter Anderson Charless Tothill Holeman & Polking Thomas South horn...

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