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(From the Friend of China, November 23.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
f From tha Frimd of China, November 23.) ! His Excellency lia« laid »hr» returns nf import* and pxporis at the port of Shanghai before tho pubüc. This document is «ne which will possess great interest to those engaged in comnwee, as well as to most of the itttfllijrent members of our community. Shanghai is dpstitsed at no very distant day to be an important commercial port; dividing the foreism trade nf China «uh her southern rival of Canton. In looking over these tables the individual and total amounts ap- pear inconsiderable, it must however be borne in niiud that, in opening a trade with a ti pw place, there are always difficulties to contend j vviih. Large capitalists arc not on »he sunt, and j hence, though there may be every desire to ope irate largely, the people have not the means to do so, and the foreign merchant, a stranger j among them, will be disinclined to give credit. The advantages however, of the new pott, will gradually draw capitalists there, and with them a shar...
PRICE CURRENT. Imports [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
PRICE CURRENT. Imports Birds' nests.20 to 30 per pel. Camlets, assorted.25 25 per pee. " ecavitt . 24 25 do. Cotton, Banda. 12 per pel, «« Jalmi. 11 60 do. " Tianavally.»?_ 10 do « Twist.n 25 50 do. Manilla indigo. 4 5 do. Long clothes, white. 3 300 piece « grev. 2 80 3 30 do. Quicksilver. 90 per pel. Rice, Java and Manilla . 2 2 10 do. Long Ells, assorted.^. 7 per. pee. « scarlet . 8 SO 9 do. Rod iron..........-.200 3 per pcL Sapan wood . « 2 10 do Sandalwood.? 8 do Rattans. 3 3 GO do. Spanish stripes . I * 3&lt;> 3ard Handkerchiefs, Turkey red 1 60 2 per doz. Chintz, Turkey red . S 6 per pcL " common. 2 350 do. Exports Ajum. 1 50 180 per pd. Camphor . 16 50 18 do. Sugar, 1st, 2nd, 3rd... 5 40, 4 80 4 40 do. Sugar candy. 6 50 7 50 do.
INDIA. (From the Bombay Courier, Nov. 5.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
INDIA. (From the Bombay Courier^ Nov. 5.) I DR. WOLFF.-»Our readers will be gratified to j learn that authentic iuteliigence has reached I Bombay from Persia, respecting the ad re»tu-i rous Doctor. The tyrant of Bokhara had per- ; milted him to leave, and he was, when the El phinsione left the Persian Gulf, safe in Peisia. We are heartily glad that he bas escaped the clutches of the barbarian ruler of Bokhara, but there are some well-informed people who do not ! think Dr Wolff was ever in any danger at all, and alight easily at any time have retraced his steps without molestation from the Khan.
CONFIDENCE AND CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
CONFIDENCE AND CREDIT. (BS- JESSE HAMMOND.) The day was dark, the markets dall, The 'change was thin, gazettes were fall, And half the town was breaking ; j The countersign of cash was stop, Bankers and hankrups shut up shop, And honest hearts were aching ! When near the Bench my fancy spied A faded form, with hasty stride, Beneath griers burthen stooping. Her name was Credit ; and she said Her father trade was lately dead. Her mother Commerce drooping. The smile that she was wont to wear Was withered by the hand of care. Her eyes had lost their lustre ; Her character was gone, 6he said, For she had basely been betrayed, And nobody would trust her. For honest Industry had tried To gain fair Credit for his bride, And found the damsel willing ; But ah a fortune-hunter came, And Speculation was his name, A rake not worth a shilling. The villain came on mischief beal, Soon gained both dad aud mam's consent, And then poor Credit smarted : He filched her fortune and her fame. And fijced a...
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES» On spirits, the produce and manufactuie of the United Kingdom or a ii j british possession, per galion. 0 8 0 AU other spirits.I. O 12 0 Wine .........«....15 per cent, ad valorem. Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, and other grain and pulse imported.. .5 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 5 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff...... .. 0 2 0 All other tobacco (except tobacco s'ems) .... 0 1 6 Pojter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent All merchandise not being the produce or manu- facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. Ali other goods (British included), 5 percent. The following articles aie exempt I rom duty, namely» bottle-* of common glass, if imported full, bullion and coiû, live stock of all kinds, seeds, balbs, and plants.
EFFECTS OF A RUSSIAN CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
EFFECTS OF A RUSSIAN CLIMATE. MR ZEPINUS, io a letter to Guthrie, relates the following phenomena, which look place io Rus- sia, when a severe frost had continued for seve- ral weeks. Mr iEpinus was sent for to the pa- lace to see an uncommon phenomenon. On going into the apartment of Prince Orloff he found him at his toilet, and that every time his valet drew the comb through his hair a strong crackling noise was heard ; and on darkening the room, sparks were seen following the comb in great abuudauce, while the prince himself was so com- pletely electrified, that strong sparks could be drawn from his hand and face ; nay, he ivas even electrified when he was only powdered with a puff. A few days after he was witness to a more striking effect of the electric state of a Russian at mosphet e. The Grand Duke of Rus- sia sent for him one evening in the twilight, and told him that, having briskly drawn a flannel cover off a green damask chair in his bed cham- ber, he was astonished at th...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
FREIGHTS. To London and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.... I Jd to If a .« Oil, per ion. 4 IO « Bark. 4 IO 0 .« Other goods...... 4 to £4 10 To Hobart Town, per ton.21» lo 1 IO 0 To Launceston, per ton...... 1 0 2 To Port Phillip, per ton.15s to 1 O 9 To Syduey, per ton.£1 to I 5 O " Wheat, per bushel. OOo To Mauritius, per ton.- £ 10 O lo^,«au Rive', F^1«« .*210 2 10 Q
STATE OF JAVA MARKETS. (From the Singapore Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
STATE OF JAVA MARKETS. (From ike Singapore Free Press.) ADVICES from the eastern ports of Java state that trade generally had been very dull during the year, owing, principally, to the supplies of goods from Batavia being much greater than the de- mand, such goods being usually bought on credit by the native merchants, who, to meet their en- gagements, are compelled to sell at a great loss. Some goods have improved in price-viz., the cheaper description of cotton goods adapted to the clothing of the natives, which is attributed to the stocks being confined to few hands. The con- sumption of the more expensive articles of dress suitable for the natives-such as chindies, salen dongs, kainpanjang, &c, have considerably fallen off. Several causes are assigned for the decrease alluded to, but the chief is the unusual short crop of rice, which hss risen in price from 150f. to I85f. per coyan of 30 piculs, with the prospect of a still further advance of 60f. in a few weeks. In form...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
" &outí) ^usualtan" fiENERAL RO IM Tfl M © IlgTÄgLQglHlIRiflüMT« rp 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, 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, ? , Rundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. $ As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being lower both to subscribers and advertisers than those of its contemporaries, we beg to direct the special attention of the public to the sub- joined statement. We beg also to notify that no 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 Australian newspaper (days of publicatio...
RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
RATES OF EXCHANGE. TBE BANE OP SOUl H AUSTRALIA Draw on London at 2 per cent, premium. ! " Colonies al 3 per cent, premium. Purchase on London at 30 days bight, at 'wo per cení» discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every thirty days beyond. Purchase on the co'onies at 30 days sight, atone percent discount. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Draw on London at 30 djys sight.at 2 per ctnt premio m. " Colonies at 30 days sight, at *2 p&lt;r cent premium. Purchase on London at 1 per cen', discount, and aa additional 1 per cent» for every month beyond 30 days cur- rency, and â Per ceut. if drawn or payable out of London. Purchase on the colonies at SO day« sight, alone percent discount.
ANECDOTES OF THE LATE LORD CHANCELLOR ELDON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
ANECDOTES OF THE LATE LORD CHANCELLOR ELDON. THE following story was told to Mrs Forster by Lord \ Ido», in regard to a patty in the house of a certain *' Lawyer Fawcett," who yearly gave a dinner to the counsef gohi£ the circuit. It was as follows : - " On one occasion,'' related Lord Eldon, '* I heard Lee say ' I caunot leave Fawcett's wine ; mind, Devonport, you go home immediately after dinger to read the brief in the cause we have to conduct to-morrow.' « Not T,' said Davenport; ' leave my dinner and wine to read a brief! No, no, Lee, that won't do.' * Then, said Lee, * what is to done ?-who else is em- ployed ? ' Oh, young Scott V Lee-»Oh, he must go. Mr Scott, you must go horse imme- diately, and make yourself acquainted with that cause before our consultation this evening.' This was very hard upon me, but I did go; and there an attorney from Cumberland and another from Northumberland, and I do not know how many other persons. Pretty late, incarne Jack Lee, as drunk as he cou...
SUPREME COURT—EQUITY SIDE. February 28, 1845. HUGHES T. BUNCE AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
SUPREME COURT-EQUITY SIDE. February 28, 1845. HUGHES T. BTJNCE AND ANOTHER. MK GWYNNE, for the defendants in this suit, mored, upon an order of Court of 31st ultimo, that plaintiff be at liberty to amend his bill within three weeks from that time. Mr Gwynne now informed the Court that no amendment had been made in the plaintiff's bill, and moved that the same be dis- missed with costs. Mr Fisher (with whom was Mr M. Smith), on the part of the plaintiff, objected to such motion, on the ground that no notice had been given on the part of the defendants. This objection was over- ruled by the Court, as it appeared that an arrange- ment had been made between the solicitors of the parties, dispensing with such notice in thc event of the bill not being amended by the plaintiff by the 27th instant. The Court now ordered that the plaintiff's bill stand dismissed with costs.
BURIAL PLACES OF BRITISH POETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
BURIAL PLACES OF BRITISH POETS. I SHAKSPEARE, as every one knows, was buried ! in the chancel of the church at Stratford, where there is a monument to his memory; Chapman and Shirley are buried in St. Giles's in the Fields ; Marlowe in the churchyard of St. Paul's, Dentfotd; Fletcher and Massinger in the churchyard of St. Saviour's, Southwark; Dr Donne in Old St. Paul's; Edmund Waller, in Beaconsfield churchyard ; Milton in the church- yard of St. Giles's, Cripplegate; Butler in the churchyard of St. Pauls, Covent Garden ; Ot- way ,[no one knows where; Garth in the church- yard at Harrow; Pope in the church at Twickenham ; Swift in Sr. Patrick's, Dublin ; Savage in the churchyard of St. Peter's, Bristol ; Parnell at Chester, where he died on his way to Dublin ; Dr Youug at Welwyn, in Hertford- shire, of which place lin was rector ; Thomson ia the churchyard at Richmond, in Surrey ; Collins in St. Andrew's church at Chichester ; Gray in the churchyard of Stoke-Pogeis, where he concei...
POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS. Mr A. Ridgway, of Leicester-square, has ad- dressed a circular to the principal mercantile houses in the metropolis, and other parties else- where, announcing the arrangement for the con- veyance of the mails to and from India, &c, in which he says-** Letters to New South Wales, Van Dieraen's Land, New Zealand, and Mau- ritius, can be sent with the India mails as far as Bombay, from whence they will be despatched to their destinations by some of the frequent op- portunities which present themselves. Sealing wax should never be used in correspondence with the East Indies."
WEST INDIAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
WEST INDIAN RAILWAY. A RAILWAY is about to be constructed in the island of Jamaica, between Kingston and Spanish Town. The length is twelve miles. This will be the first line of railway ever constructed by the labour of free negroes, and also the first in- vestment of Biitish capital ever made in the co. lonies for such purposes. Nearly the whole of the shares are held in Liverpool, Manchester, and London ; and from the great amount of trafiic already existing betweeu Kingston and Spanish Town, as well as the cheapness with which the line will be formed, and the business- like hands into which the Work has fallen, we have no doubt that the result will be very favor- able, and will encourage the formation of rail ! ways in other parts of the British colonies. Liverpool Times. I
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
j &lt;g0bcrttttuttt Gazette. Commissioner of Crown Lauds Office, March 4. - Li pursuance cf the regulations undei thc Waste Lands Act. the following persons have lodged at this office descriptions of runs in their occupations : - Charles Tothill, River Murray Lachlan Mc Bean, Between the hills and the scrub, ou the road to Moorunde John Williams, The left bank of the River Murray. CHAS. BONNEY, Commissioner of Crovvu Lands. I-? Sheriff's Office, March 4, 1845« - In pursuance of a writ from his Honor the Judge of the Supreme Court, I hereby give notice that the said Court will sit as a Court of Oy er and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, for this province and its dependen- cies, cu Monday, the 10th day of March instant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Supreme Court House, in Wey mouth-street, where all parties bound to prosecute and give evidence, and all justices, co- ronets, constables, and bailiffs, and others having business at the said Court, are required to att...