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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 February 1845

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26.   THE Court was again thronged to hear the decision of the Magistrates in the case of the Rev. James Farrell, of the proceedings to whose case we gave a report on Tuesday last. The Magistrates took their seats on the bench at about half-past twelve o'clock, when Mr Poulden (counsel for the prosecutrix) apologized for his want of punctuality, by stating that it arose from his having to give evidence before the Supreme Court. He should now in accor- dance with the permission received from the bench, call witnesses as to the character of his client. Mr Farrell in the absence of his counsel applied to the bench to know if he could not also call witnesses to speak respecting the character of the prosecutrix. The bench could not permit his doing so Mr Poulden in reply, begged to state to Mr Farrell that the witnesses he should call, being only to charac- ter, could not be cross-examined by that gentleman's counsel, even if ...

Publication Title: South Australian
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

15í h LA.N T>. Lasl year the O'Connell tribute amounter! !o£28.00u\ and in tiie same 3*ear (he stuns under the name of of Repeal rent were £47,614, makin? a total of £75,614! It has been said, and in one sense truly, that the principal test of political greatness is the power of exciting the public mind, and of controlling and directing it to such particular purposes as ihe po- pular leader may appoint. The perfect, un hesi- tating confidence, without which it cannot exist, has been enjoyed by some. Man}' have ruled a party, but few a people ; and the fact is undeniably that of these few none have governed, whether for good or evil, with more complete sway than the great leader of Ireland. Wherefore is it so ? Cir- cumstances of daily occurrence will furnish the replv. Were it our province to deal in opinions rather than in facts, we might, perhaps, supply a« answer, suggested by the spirit of concession now abroad, and the tolerance exhibited by the mo^ adverse parties. From wha...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

SCOTLAND. f The Queen has been pleased to appoint James, Earl of Glasgow to be Lieutenant and Sheriff Principal of the shire of Ren Ire w, in the roora of Alex. Spiers, Esq., deceased. Professor Liebig has been entertained at dinner, in Glasgow Trades' Hall, by about two hundred and seventy gentlemen. The Earl of Eglinton presided, and was supported by Lord Blantyre, the Lord Provost, Sheriff Alison, thc Rev. Di M'Leod, Mr J.Oswald, M.P., and other gentlemen of note. Professor Liebig enlarged upon the advantage of science applied to agriculture. The town councils of Edinburgh and Glasgow have conferred on this gentleman the freedom of their cities. The Scottish Ladies* Association for promoting female education in India, in connexion with the establishment, has lately despatehedfa depuíaticn consisting of the Rev. J. Cochrane and a Mr Herd man, to visit Dumfriesshire and Galloway. The reception the}' have mel with on this expedition is said to have been ia iii« highest degree cheeri...

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FREIGUTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

FREIGUTS. To Lendon and Liverpool, Wool, per ib.... I Jd tn I{4 .« <>il, per ion. 4 IO « Bark. 4 IO « «« Oilier good«. 4 lo £4 I« To Hobin Town, per too».21s to I IO o To Launceston, per ton ...... ..a....... .. 1 0 *> To Port Phillip, per toa.15s to I (» O To Sydney, per too."..£llo | 5 u «. Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 6 To Mauritius, per lon....... 2 li) 6 To^wan Rive', per too.........£2 «o 2 10 O

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE fcAXK OF SQUTTI AUSTRALIA Draw on London at 2 per cent, premium. I " Colonie* at 3 per cent, premium. Parchase on London at 30 days sight, at two per cen», discount, and 1 par ern«, additional tor every thirty days hevond. Purchase on (he connies at 39 dar« sight, at one per etat discount. Tnt BANK, op AUSTRALASIA Draw on Lnudon at 3<> day* st»lit.at '2 per c«=n» pretninm. '* Colonies at 30 days sight, at 2 per rent premium, i Purchase cn London at 1 per cen». dtFCouot. aod >. [ additional 1 per cent, for ev««ry month bt-.yood 30 days cm ¡ renov, and \ per cent, if drawn or payable ont of London. ! Purchase on the colonies al 30 days sight, atone ptrctct ! discount*

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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. MONDAT, MARCH 3. Wm. Wright, of Hindmarsh, who appeared on 17th ult., ta answer the charge laid on the information of the crown ofstealing a horse, in the year 1839, the pro perty 'of the Colonial Government, and was then liberated on his own recognisance, appeared again this day to answer. Nothing whatever appearing to implicate the accused, the information was dismissed.

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DAYS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

' DA rs OF DISCOUNT. Bank of South Australia. - Tuesday and Friday. " bank of Ausiialasia.-Monday and Thursday

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FINNISS V. DUBOIS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

FINNISS V. DUBOIS. Messrs Gwynne and Bayne, on the part of the plaintiff applied for a demurrer in this case in absence of defendants attorney, who they said had due notice. The Judge would prefer tbat it should be set down and notice given. This was accordingly done. The case was .et down for Wednesday. HUGHES ». BÜNCE AND THOMSON. In this case the bill was discharged. The par- ticulars must be reserved till our next

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 3, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

PRICES OS" COLONIA L PRODUCE IN A DELAI OF. March 3. 1845. Wheat (cieau) . 2s6dte2-9d bushel j grindiug sampies ........ $» 3.1 lo 2s 7d ditio I inferior (smutty). Ss lo 2s 31 dino Floor, fine. .?8 lo £9 per toa I seoood* ................ £7 per ditto j Pollard ." ls per 2ülb« Bran.. Od ser bushel i Bar.ey, English ................ 2* 9d to 3s 9d ditto ! Cape. la 9d to 2s di.lo [ Skinless. 9s 9d ditto j B.ead. 4d to 5.1 p-r 4-lb loaf j Biscuit ....................... I Os to IS* per owl Oats . '2e9lto3s3d$f/t>n.ti« Maize. 2s 6.1 io Ss di io Peas, white. Sd per lb blue. .......... 4d ditto . flay. £l 5do£l lOspertoa Oaten ditto. £1 10s to £2 ditto BOTCH ER'S MEAT. Beef...... 3Jd lo 4d per lb Mutton. 2d to 2Jd ditto Veal. 4d to 6il ditto Lamb ... 2Jd io 3d ditto froOLTRV. Fowls ...».........- - . . 2s 6d to 3s p»r pair Ducks......... Ss to 4s per pair Geese ........................ 6s «o 7s eaoh Turkeys. 7» lo I Os «act Wild ducks. ls 6d per pair Pigeons Is 3d per piir DAIRY PRODUC...

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HANCE AND ANOTHER V. KINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

H ANCE IND ANOTHER V. KINGSTON. This was an action of assumpsit for work done, at the instance of Messrs Hagen, Hence, and Water- house, the assignees of Borrow and Goodiar, against G. S. Kingston, Esq., architect. For the plaintiffs, Mr Smith ; for the defendant, Mr Fisher. Mr Smith opened the case, and stated that the action was for payment of an account for certain work performed by Borrow & Goodiar, at the Congregational Chapel, by order of Mr Kingston. He then called James Goodiar-I was partner of Borrow & *Goodiar in 1839 ; we were builders ; we built the Congregational Chapel ; it was built for the j trustees ; Mr Kingston was architect; the building was finished, but not all paid for; there was a written contract with the trustees ; the money due OD that contract was paid during the building of the chapel ; I received orders from defendant to do other work, which has not been paid for; in the original contract, the cornices outside were to be in cement, but M...

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On spirits, the produce and manufacture of the United Kingdom or any British possession, per gallon. 0 8 0 All other spirit*....... 0 13 O Wine..........15 per cent« ad valorem Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheal, rice, and other grain and puise imported...5 per cent. Cigars, per lb .. . ..................... 9 6 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff... 0 2 0 Ali other tobacco (except tobacco s ems) .... 0 10 Potter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent Ail merchandise not heine the produce or manu- facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. m All other goods (British included), 5 per cent. The foIlowÎHi articles ate exempt from duty, namely, bottles of common glass, if importea fu'l, bullion and coin, live stock of ail kinds. se«ds, bulb« , and plan:«.

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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel dmwiag 7 feet and ender........ 2 fl A " 8 feet to 9 f'el . } IO A «« " 0 feel to IO feet. 4 0 0 And >. OB, laureating 1 Oe for every additional toot.

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting ve»»«!» under ld tons 2d per tao outwards, «ed td inwards. Al! other vessels 3d per ton each war. Vessels anchoring outside the bar, half dues.

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NSW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

NSW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND journals have been received to the 26th November, and from the Sydney Herald we glean the following particulars : The Income Tax which was authorised to be levied by an Act of the Legislative Council of the last session, with a view to supply in some measure the deficiency in the revenue which was likely to result in consequence of the ports of New Zealand being declared free ports, had proved not at all productive ; the amount paid iii up to the 28ih November being stated at less than £300. The Bishop of New Zealand and family ar- rived at Auckland, where his head quarters are now fixed, on the 16th November. The college and schools in connexion with the Church,tn which the New Zealand aborigine youth, as well as others, are to be taught, were to be erected immediately. A Court of Requests bad been opeued for the first time in Auckland. The debenture system had given rise to the issue of IOU's-some as low as 3d. It appears from the correspondence in the Auckla...

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(From the Atlas for India, Oct. 3) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

(From the Atlas for India, Oct. Z ) DEATH OF CAPTAIN BASIL HALL.-We regret that we have to anuounce the death of this gallant officer, which took place on Wed- nesday last at Haslar Hospital, after a protracted illness, in the fifty-sixth year of his age. Capt. Basil Hall was not ouly distinguished in the service as an able, enterprising, and meritorious officer, who had the entire good of his profession at heart, and who lost no opportunity of for- warding its improvement in every way his in- quiring and discerning mind enabled him to do, but he wa3 known in the world of literature, of which he formed a distinguished ornament. In his early life, ia the command of a small vessel in an unknown sea, he rendered conspicuously interesting a dreary voyage to the uorth part of China, and the coast of Corea, by the publica- tion of a lively and scientific account of a new people inhabiting the Loo Choo Islands. Since then his industrious and active habits have never allowed him to visit a ...

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CHAPEL BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

CHAPEL BUILDING. WE beg to direct attention to a letter from a corres" pondent, relative to the Kensington Chapel. When this chapel was in course of erection, we were informed, on what we considered the beBt authority, that it was built by a society calling themselves the " All Evangelical Denominations Society :" and we were not a little sur- prised to notice, in the Register, a statement that it waa an Independent Chapel. We are disposed to attach great importance to the little controversy that has arisen on the above subject; because we think it is only a foretaste of what will take place hereafter, on a much more extensive scale. We are informed, that chapels have been built at Ger- man Pass at Strathalbyn, at McLaren Vale, at Little Para, and that churches and chapels are about to be erected at GawlerTown, and at other places, on what may ' be termed the Anytbingarian principle. For some of them there is no constitution at all ; and with regard to *? others, the constitutions a...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Correeted up to March 1.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (CorreeUd vp f Marth \%) IMPORTED «OODS. Ale,light .............perbhd -- strong......perbarrel -- bottled ..............perdozen Bacon ......t........ do. Bags,3-bushel ................each Blankets.....per pair Blue.. ......per lb. Candles,wax .» .... do. --sperm .................. do. - moulds do» Canvas..>per bolt Casks.............pertain Cedar, in log...per foot -^-inboards. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond .«..per 1000 Coals.....per ton Coflee,.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 -Il by 3... do. Figs...per lb. Ginger, Jamaica. do. -- E. I. do. Glass, 10 by 12.... ........ per box Glue...per lb. Gunpowder, fine. do. --blasting. do. Glass, sheet 14 by IO .per 109 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. d...

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MAILS. General Post-office, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

MAILS. General Post-office, March 3. Af ail s for Port Lincoln by the Albatross, will be des- patched on Thursday the 6th inst, at 12 o'clock. j JOHN WATTS, j Postmaster-General.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE QUEEN IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THF. QUEEN IN SCOTLAND. WE subjoin au outline of some of the inci- dents connected with the royal sojourn at Blair .Athol EARLY RISING. - Her Majesty continued her habits of early rising; at Blair Athol. At seven o'clock Angas Mackty, the royal piper, regu- larly sounded the pibroch uuder the windows of the Castle, when her Majesty rose, and all were expected to follow her example. Her Majesty gave instructions that a fresh pulled boquei of heather should be iii her bedroom every morning, together with a bottle of pure water from a famed crystal spring in Glentilt. A SCOTCH LASSIE'S IDEA OP THE QUEEN. -The simplicity of her Majesty's habits and dress were by no rn san s in accordance with the expectations of many of her Highland subjects. A girl was overheard to say that *. the Queen was no sight ava, for she saw nae difference be- tween her and ony ither lady;" that, in fact, idle wudua gie a sight o' the Highlanders {her Majesty's guard) for tweuiy sic Queens." S...

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HINT FOR DISHONEST COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 March 1845

HINT FOR DISHONEST COUNTRIES. j I IT ia very commonly rumoured in the city, that it is the intention of Government to exclude from the court, and from ministerial parties, all the foreign ministers or charges d'affaires whose governments have not faithfully fulfilled (heir engagements with their creditors in this country. Such a proceeding as this would cause great dissatisfaction. The more reasonable among the créditera of foreign governments are perfectly awe that our own government caunot adopt forcible measures to urge the completion of a p;ivate cont «act ; but such a plan as this, which plainly draws a distinction between honest and dishonest states, seems perfectly practicable, but no more than just. A similar spirit, if report mav bli ti usted, has extended to some of the clubs, who h;tve, it is said, made citizenship ina " repudiating" state a sufficient reason for re- fusing the admission of candidates, however un- exceptionable the individual character of such parlies may...

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