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THE "GOVERNOR GAWLER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 March 1845
THE "GOVERNOR GAWLER." &nbsp; BY the above vessel, we have Portland papers to the 25th February, which contain English news to the 2nd November. This is not so late as previously received via Singapore, but they furnish interesting intelligence, particularly in reference to the wool markets. This we sub- join :- &nbsp; The Heroine from Liverpool, arrived at Melbourne, brings English news to the 29th October, and the Herald arrived at Sydney to the 2nd November, from which we learn that at the latest dates inferior wool had not advanced, but that su- perior had still maintained its price. The following are the latest letters we can find on the subject :- London October 4, 1844. At wool sales last night, it was announced by Simes and Co., brokers, that no further sales would occur till February. This put a temporary stop to the fall in price of 1d to ½d per lb., on all wools at and under 1s 6d which occurred previous evening, when Simes had to withdraw full two pages o...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to Marsh 6.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected vp to Marsh 6.) IMPORTED GOODS. Aie.ü'güt.per lind -; strong ....per barrel - bottled ..............per dozen Bacon ....,........»..«...... do. Bags, 3-bushel ...each Blankets .per pair Blue..... ........per lb. Candles, was.- do. -sperm. do. -moulds .................. do. Canvas..«per bolt Casks......per tan uedar, in log.......,.- .. .?...per foot --inboards. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals. ..per ton 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 -il by 3. do. Figs........per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. -E. I. do. Glass, IO by 32....«. ........ per box Glue.«. ....per lb. Gunpowder, fine.............. do. --blasting . do. Glass, sheet 14 by 10.per 1O0 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 ¡8 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 7 8 10 32 12 12 14 do...
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
I I CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. OD spirit", the produce aad manufacture of .the United Kingdom or au; British possession, per gallon ..a.................-...».*. O 8 O Ali other spirits.I. O 12 O Wine ............ ..15 per cent, ad valorem Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, and other grain and pulse imported...5 per cent. Cigars, per tb .. .. OM Other manufactured tobacco and snuff....... . 020 AU other tobacco (except tobaccos'ems) ... . 0 I 6 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, tO per cent Ali merchandise 09t betns.the produce or tnanu facture of the tailed Kiogdota 10 per cent. All other goods (Britibh pciuded), 5 per &lt;ent. V .The folio win» amcjtës* OTC exempt from duty, namely, bottle* tfjcommonTgia&i H MÇèrféh WH-butttOffandxpip, liMitocjtBfapj^ds/aet^
RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
i ?-?- - ; í RATES OF EXCHANGE. j i THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA J I Draw «a London at 2 per ceat. premium. Colonies at 3 per cent, premium. Purchase oo Loodoa at 30 days, sight, at two per cent, j discount, and 1 per cent, additional for «very thirty days beyond. I Purchase on the co'eales at 30 days sight, at one percent J discount. TOE BANE OF ADSTBALAsIA Draw on London at 30 days sight.at 2 per cent premian?. " Colonies at 30 days 6ight, at 2 per cent premium. Purchase on London at 1 per cent, discount, and an additional 1 per cent, for every month beyond 30 days cur- rency, and ¿ per cent, if drawn or payable out of London, Purchase on the colonies at 30 days sight, atone percent discount.
MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
MANILLA. ! By the Cardenal de Checaras, we have the I Semanario Filipinoto the 8th December. H.M.S. j Samarang, Sir iidward Belcher, K.C.B., ar-1 j rived there on the 27th November, from Borneo, I in twenty-four days. The Semanario Filipino j of the 1st instant, announces that a contract for! three steamers, for service in the Archipelago, j had been entered into by Government with Senor j D. Fernando Aguirre, of Manilla, by which the j desire of the Semanario Filipino, and that of the Í public, is fulfilled, who have for such along lime demanded the introduction of this class of vessels for the persecution of the pirates whose scandalous depredations and cruel proceedings i have not, to this day, been capable of being pre- j vented, causing the country annually to bewail' the misfortunes by which their appearance on these coasts is followed. The Semanario Filipino of the Sth ulso supplies particulars of a dreadful hurricane which was experienced in the pro- vinces on the 14th Novem...
HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
HARBOUR DUES. Coasting vessels under IS tons ld per ten outwards, «nd td inwards. All other vessels 3d per ton each «raf. Vessels anchoring outside the bar. half dues. PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel drawing 7 feet and under. ....... S O 0 « .« 8 feet to 9 feat ... 3 IO 0 " " 9 feet to 10 feat. 4 0 0 And so on, increasing I Os for «very additional feet. FREIGHTS. To London and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.... l|d to lfd *« Oil, per ton. 4 10 © Bari.... 4 1« « «« Other good«_ 4 to £4 10 i To Hobart Town, par ton........21» to i 10 0 To Launceston, per ton.J « ? To Port Phillip, norton.....lJSsto 1 . ». *0 To Sydney, per ton...*......&lt;.. «ito 1 S «\ Wheat, per bushel *........... V V -V To Mauritius, per ton.... 2 10 ; O ToSwan River, per ton ...»»%.«..V. .»»10' 2 *W - 0 ; .r " *$m
SIAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
SIAM. BY the Jamsefjee Jeejeeloy, from Siam 24th j ultimo, lhere are accounts from that quarter. We understand that his Majesty has persisted in carrying into effect the expulsion of Mr Hunter, and that, accordingly, that gentleman may be looked for daily by the Guaja. The King still continues to monopolize the sugar, which he will only sell at very high rates, The ¡ Jamseljee Jeejeekoy loaded a cargo of last year's j crop at 9^ ticals per picul. The sugar now iu store ts of very iuferior quality, but the King in- sists upon its al! being cleared off, at exorbitant prices, before he will allow the new crop to be bought. There were four or five vessels wailing for cargoes wheu the Jamseijee Jeejeeboy left. The King seems determined to discourage all European traders from resorting lo his port, ap- parently for thc purpose of making his monopoly complete ; and it is thought that he means to carry on thc trade with his own vessels, sending his sugar to Singapore, aud briogiug back good...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
Saie» br} Suction. IfWR. W. G. LAMBERT will sell bv public auction, on Tuesday (this day) at twelve o'clock precisely A ruiscel'aoeous assortment of goods in drapery, ironmongery, flour, potatoes, coro mill, gunny bags, and sundries. Valuable Freehold Properly In Ilisidiey-streeJU ros AsccXurE SAL«. By order nf the Trustee* of the Sequestra ted Es- tates of Murray, Greig, and Co., and Russell, Macnkh, aud Co. TtvjR. YT. G. LAMBERT ha* been honored ^ with instruction! to sell by public auction, his rooms, HindUv-street, on Tuesday, the 18U March next, at 12 cï'efock precisely - Ail that valuable and extensive freehold pro pertv, consisting of eighty-five feet frontage iu -th« hist part of iliudley-street, adjoining Mr. S tee ks's new store, and directly opposite Mr Payne's Tavern. The properly comprises ail extensive, well- -built, double-fronted shop, wirti a brick built warehouse, parlour, bed room, and detached Jci'.2tieu, with a well of capital water, and pood -staMin?, and is co...
AN IRISH WITNESS. (From the August number of "Tom Barke of Ours.") [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
AN IRISH WITNESS. C F rom the August number of " Tout B rke of Ours." ) I THE hero had reached Ireland after having quilted the French service. He fi ads himself in the clutches of the law, ou a charge of having been concerne i ii« the plotting*? of 1806-7. and for having never embraced " the indemnity" ex-1 ' tended to those who took part in them. In seeking bail at th« only place where he knew :.uy p^rsou - the office of his brother's law u;¿eutt Tony Bassett, he learns that his bi other is dead, and that a reward is offered for proof of his own death, in order th-t Crofts-the mao who attempted Tom's arrest in Dubiiu on the occasion of his being discovered to have French mottey in his possession-might come in for the estate. On refusing to accede tc» certain pro. posais of Bassett's, be is charged with attempt- ing to murder Crofts at the time be effected his escape, and is arrested and put un trial for the felony. The trial was on the point of i( going against1' the prisoner; for...
HOBART TOWN MARKETS, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
HOBART TOWN MARKETS, FEBRUARY 22. WE regtet to be compelled to report a con- tinuance of tbe drooping state of cur wheat market, the inevitable result of the low price of the tenders. Bridgewater station, we hear, is to be supplied at £5 17s per ton delivered i The sale of new wheat, which we noticed last week, hy Mr Harper at 3s 4d, was a fortunate hit. The same sample would not fetch 3s now, which may be said to be the Dominai price. Fine Sour at the mills, £7 10s to £9 10s per Courier.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
NEW ZEALAND, BY letters received from Wellington, we regret to heir that the Waikato natives, who recently arrived ajt Wan- ganui with hostile intentions, have been committing thé most dreadful outrages. No lives appear to have beed lost ; but the white females were attacked« and the Isaf injury inflicted upon many of them, some eran toot ar- rived at the age of womanhood* After all this bsd beed done, the Hatdrd, we are informed, left Wellington fot Wanganui, with Major Mitchell on board, who, onr in formant «aya, appeared determined to drive tieck Od . Waikato« to their own district. But will the fm^rlHé * crimes perpetrated be passed'over by the local govern menU ¿r allowed to be pallbded by the surrender of Isa musket* f We sincerely hope to learn that tbs report ii - * exaggerated j but, from the i'rTftrr nf ffin grntlissiM - .? ''? - ~^--**--»- ?fc-*-- * ^ Vdesoxîptiaar .ffehenEumm*-* ' " jS
TALLOW AND LARD. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
I TALLOW AND LARD. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald* Gentlemen-Lard has been bought, by our merchants at 28s. The returns in the London tnaiket will probably show that it will excel (allow in price, quality for quality, full 25 per cent. Lard has hitherto, like pork, beef, bacon, hams, candles, and butter, bceu imported in great quantities. The import of such commodi- ties into (his colony, destitute as it is of mines and manufactures, and having no exports worth ; consideration, save wool and oil, may* to some, I appear a remote proof, but, to me, a direct and palpable proof of the perverse and insane way in which, the capital of thc colony (both its own «nd borrowed) has, during the last ten years, been invested. It bas been used up i in the exaltation of prices of lands and chatties ; not (as it ought to have been) in creating',>anything: which did not exist before« 4 population of 150,000 souls occupies a territory greatër than all England, containing not so much...
MAURITIUS PRICE CURRENT. January 22, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
j MAURITIUS PRICE CURRENT. January 22. 1845. Oxen,Madagascar, slaughter, SO to 35 doll, per head Sheep. Bengal aud Cape, 4 to 7 doll.per head Ale. ia bottle, per doz., 2 25 to 2 80 Porter, ditto (Danbar) 2.75 to 3 Bran, Cape and New South Wales, 2.53 to 3 per 1O0 lbs. Bricks, 18 to 20 per 1000 Flour (Cape) 6 to 6.53 per ICO lbs. Wheat, ditto, 3.50 to 3.75 per ditto Butter, ditto. 25c. to 35c. per lb. Cheese (English) 20c. to 3 c. ditto FISH Dried Stockfish, 3.50 to 4 per 10O Cape dried, ditto ditto Cape pickled, 4 to 6 Salt, 75c. to ld. per 100 lbs. SUGAR White, 7.40 to 7.50 Fine brown, 6.60 to 6.85 1 Low yellow, 6.10 to 6.35 i Low grey, 5 25 to 5 75 i Low bunriSjKSiS&to 5.60 SYRUPS First, 4.60 to 5 Second. 4.25 to 4.5*, Third, 3.50 to 4 Fourth, 2 to 2.75.
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 10, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
PRICES OS" COLONIAL PRODUCE IN AD ULAI DE. March 10. 1845. Wheat (cleao). 2s 6d to 2» Od bush*-] grilling 6am pi es ........ 5» 31 to 2s 7&lt;! ditto inferior (smutiy). 2> to 2s 31 ditto Flour, fioe. £7 l^sio£8 lOs^to« seconds. £6 to £7 per dil to Pollard . Isper2ü¡b&lt; Bran ......... Od Der bush«! fUr'ey, KnglUh. 2« 9J to 3s Sd ditto Cape. ls Od tn ?s dil ta Si raless. 2s 9d dit«o Bread. 4d to 5d p.-r 4-tb loaf Biscuit .....t................. 10s lo 15« per cwt . Oats . 2s6 t to 3s 4P* bnslveJ Maize. 2s 6J to Gs duo Peas, white.. Sd per lb blue._ 4d ditto Hay. £! 5sto¿£l 10s per tea Oaten ditto. £1 10s io £2 ditto BOTCIIEK'S M BAT. Beef..,... 3§d to 4d per lb Mutton. 2^1 ti 3i ditto Veal... .4&lt;1 to 6d ditto Lamb. 2£d to 31 ditto POULTRY. Fowls........................ 2« 6d to 3s per pntr Docks. Ss to 4s per p^ir Geese ........................ 5¡j «o 7a each Turkeys.. 7s to 1 HB each Wild ducks... ls 6d per pair Pigeons.. ls 3d per pair DAIRY PRODUCE. ...
LARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
LARD«. The following important article is from the Sydney Herald : " Oar attention has been directed to a paragraph in the Maitland-Mercury, on the production-of lard, which bears on the important question of exporting the oil expressed from that substance. ¡We are informed by our contemporary that 3632 pounds of lard were produced from 39 pigs, at the boiüng-dowu establishment at Windermere, which makes an average of 93 pounds of lard to each pig. Let us examine the exportable value- of this product in oil and artificial spermaceti. We use the word spermaceti, as best suited to a popular article : the chemical name for the substance pro- duced is stearic acid. Two-thirds of lard consist of oil of fine quality, which for a variety of pur- poses is used as a substitute for olive and almond oils, and is superior to sperm oil. It is extracted from simple pressure from the unrendered fat. I he remaining third is stéarine, from which the common stéarine candle is made, and which, by a si...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
NEW SOUTH WALES. TEE REVENUE. j ABSTRACT of tl e revenue of New South Wales, j exclusively of the district of Port Phillip, for j the quaiter enclins 3lst December, 1844:- " J GENERAL KEVENTK. £ fl. d.j ( Duties «a S4th qr. i 613, SO,780 gal J ,^IAQ R Q! spirits ia»p.I. I " 1*44,33,140 do. $ lD'tH° ° * ¡ ¿ D'itïes on tobacco imported........... 8,168 I 3 I \i Ai valorem duty on Foreign goods j S I imponed. 2,341 14 7 j u I Fees on the entry and clearance of ves 1^ seî* Wharfage and Lighthouse dues.. 6fi0 2 4 Duties on spi- ^ 1843,12,979 pal. } or«,« 0 nts dHi.ledJ i;H iS44 6x84, do. Í 2737 16 0 m the roiony.(. J .. Port Office Collections. 3/57 2 5 j Auction duty and licenses to Auctioneers.. 1,160 2 3i Licenses io distil and to retail fermented j and spirituous liquors.... 427 13 2 Col ected by clerks of Petty Session«, for | ui«ht licenses to publicans and for billiard table». 1,67ft 0 0 Licences to hawkers and pedlar».......... 96 0 0 Rents of tolls and fairies..... .. 1,253 1t 2...
MAGISTRATES' COURT. MARCH 10, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845
MAGISTRATES' COURT. MARCH 10. 1845. THE whole of the ol ? licenses were renewed without opposition, with the exception of that of the Tasmanian Hotel. Mr Wheland beiüg opposed by various parties near his house. Mr M. Smith on behalf of Mr Wheland,ad- dressed the Bench, who adjourned the case till Monday next, the 17«h instant. New applications for licenses granted - Mr W. G. Lambert, Club Hou«e. F. Mitchell, house now occupied by H. Mar- tin. Butcher, Rundle-street. James Crilchell, Gilbert Arms, River Gilbert. Hie application of Mr John Chamberlain, for a license for his hou«e at the corner of Morphett and Rundle-street, adjourned till 17th inst. New application refused-Mr JohnShand for a beer license, for premises adjoining his Brewery in the Sydney Hotel» North Terrace.