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ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

ARTICLES OF EXPOKT. Bacon.....».. Pec lb« Bark.per Barley.-.. bushel Barley meal..... 60 »OB. Beef.....tierces 1 Biscuit.cwt* Bran.bushel Bricks. 1000 Butter, salted.« per lb. Candles, moulds. do. -dips...... do. Cheese........... ........... do. Copper ore....ton Flour, floe.do. --seconds ................ do. Gnni. do. Gum timber .. per load Hay...............per ton Hides. each Horns and äoofs .............percwt. Lead ore..... *...*..;........... «ton Maize.. ........ per bushel Oats........ ......... do. Oil,black. per tun -;-sperm.................. do. Oxen ........................ each Pollard.per 201bs. Potatoes.............. ..... per ton Sheep, lat....each Slates.per 1000 .--- slabs. .... perJoot Starch ..................... per lb Tallow. per cwt, Wheat................... per bushel "Wooi j 1st quality ............ per lb, -- 2nd quality .......... do. -'?- tn grease. do. Whalebone .................. perron 6d 35s to 40s 2s to3s9d 3s 6d £4 13s to 17s 8d 18s to 20s 9d 6d 51...

Publication Title: South Australian
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SHIPPING AND MERCANTILE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

i SHIPPING AND MERCANTILE INTELLIGENCE. ' _. . i THE Scotia had sailed on 21st February from Hobart Town, and the Palmyra was to sail on ( 1st March. Both these vessels hiing horses. Captain Lindsay proposes lo bring his family to set'le. The bri«; Henry is advertised in Launceston for Adelaide, to sail on the 15th March. Sugar, tea, &c, had risen in price in Van Diemer.'s Land, in consequence of the proposal by Government to impose duties on these ueces saiies. The Dorset had uot arrived at Sydney on ll th February. The Sisters saw the Munford, with stock and passengers, off Portland, but could not speak lier. She was bouud, apparently, to this place ; her course, at all events, was westward.

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POETRY BY YOUNG ENGLAND. THE JACOBIN OF PARIS. (FROM SMYTHE'S HISTORIC FANCIES.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

POETRY BY YOUNG ENGLAND. J THE JACOBIN OF PARIS. t (FROM SMYTHE'S HISTORIC FANCIES.) ?Hu, St. Antoine ! Ho, St. Antoine-thea quarter of;tb poor, Arise with all their households, and. pour them from thei door ; House thy attics and thy garrets-rouse cellar, cell, am cave Roast* over-work'd and over-tax'd-tbe starving and tu slave. . "Canaille"-aye, we remember it, that word of daint; scorn, They flung us from their chariots, the high and haught; born. Canaille-canaille-eye, here we throng, and we wil shew to night How implored hand, with pike and brand, can help itscl tp light. It was a July evening, and the summer moon shone fair, When first the peuple rose, in the grandeur of despair, But Dot for greed, or gain, or gold, to plunder or to steal Wer^pared the gorgeous Tuileries-we levelled the Bas tile. A little year we met once more, yea " Canaille" met tba ' ' day, In the very heart of his Versailles, to beard the mat Capet; And T>e brought bim back to Paris, in a measured trail...

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MAILS. General Post-office, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

MAILS. General Peat-office, March II - j Maits for the East Indies, China, ano Singapore, will be despatched by the Augustus, this dav. at 12 o'dook. Ala is (or Van Diemi-o'a Land, Fort Phillip, and Port- land, by the Jane and Emma. »o Portland and Launceston, will b» closed this day, at 3 o'clock. Mails for Western Australia, by the Hosanna, wi!! be j closed to-morrow, Wednesday the I'ith instant, at twelve j o'clock. JOHN WATTS, Pü*tma*ter-Geneial. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

" ¿bota!) gtustraltan" GENERAL 'PR BM Y BM© IS.YAI-LBglrilfltfll-li.Y_ THE 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, ? Rtradle-street, Nov. li, 1844. ) As the terms of this journal are peculiar,, being -öwer both to subscribers and advertisers-*ini& those of ils 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 publ...

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SINGAPORE PRICE CURRENT—JAN. 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

SINGAPORE PKICE CURRENT-JAN. §. Lead (pig), per picul, 6 dollars (Spanish)-stock «mall.' .? Do. (sheet), do., 1 dollar-stock moderate. Cheeses, each 2$ td 3 doll.-stork (ucderaie. *&le. Al'sopp'a and Bass, per hil.1., 25 doll.-stock large. Do. Sanier'«, per hbd., 20 doll.-stock large. Coffee (Java and Padang), per ph ul, 6f to Sj do!!.-cone* Do. (Bugis), do., 6£ to 7 doll.-stock large. Do. (Kainper), do., 5£ to 6§ doli.-nour. Cordage (Coir), do. SJ doll.-nene Do. (Aíani'a). do , 7J io 8 ¿olí.-supplied. Gunny bags, per 109, GJ lo 14 doll.-stock large. tHides( Buffalo), per picul, 4 to 4£dfill.-wauled. Rice (BeogHl), 1$ lo 2 doll.-«tock large. Do. (Java, Siam, aud ßaliywbite), per toyau, 70 dol- lars-stock large. Sugar (Siam, first sort), per pVul,5J doll.-none. Do. Manilla IVluscava-io, do., 2¿to 3 dull.-none. Do. do. clayed d«., 3| to 4 doll.-none. Do. Singapore, do., 5§ doll.-stock moderate. Sago( Pearl, large grain), do., 3J- to 3$ dolí.-scarce. Segars, No. 3, superior, pe...

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Correspondence. MR FARRELL AND HIS ENEMIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAM. Adelaide, 8th March, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

Comispon0?nt?. UR FARRELL AND HIS ENEMIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 80DTH AU8TBALIAM. Adelaide, 8th March, 1845. SIR-When a person, calling himself an " Episco- palian," has the boldness to publish, for general in- formation, and general edification, an abusive attack upon his minister ; and when he allows himself to join the rabble, whose motives are easily recog- nisable in calumniating a clergyman, and render his unfortunate position still more painful to his feelings --such person, iu common honesty, and in common courtesy, ought to take especial care that his state- ments are well-founded ; that his charges can be clearly substantiated ; and that he has not indulged in misrepresentation and exaggerations, which, while they are reprehensible in the laxity incident to common conversation, are unjustifiable in a public print. I will go through " Episcopalian's" letter seriatim, a second Augean labour, and will endeavour to point out the fallacy of his opinions, his strange miscon- cep...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1845. THE NEIGHBOURING COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

Cfte mmitï) australian. ADBULIDK: TUE*DAT, MASCH ll, lb 35. THE NEIGHBOURING COLONIES. BY the Alpha, which arrived on Saturday from Launceston, and hy the Sisters from ïl'»barl Town, which arrived yesterday, we have re- ceived aa accession of twenty-6ve more emi- grants from Van Diem MI'S Land. We have uot received jour usual tiles; but by the kiuduess of friends., we have been supplied with both Laun- ceston and Hobart Town journals to the 22ad Ft-hr« arv. The colonists of South Australia maj well bo satisfied with their country and their govern* j ment; for it appears that people are coming! here as to a ha vea of rest from the tut moils and distresses of other settlements. Within the last month, we have had immi- grants in scores from Swan River, New South Wale«, New Zealand, and Van Dieruen's Land ; and all the information we receive proves lb at they have acted wisely sn coming here. The Western Australian naively talks of his delight in seeing once more happy faces; the P&...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

BIRTH. On Thursday last, the 6th instant, in Hindley street, Mrs Robert Sanders, of a daughter, still born.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

2.oc£l atetan. A BO OT 900 bags of sttsrar, ex Waterwitch from the Mauritius, were offered by public sale oa Friday last, by Mr J. B. Neales. The prices obiained were high, particularly for the lower sort?, notwithstanding which, the sale went off heavily. The greater part offered was pur- chased by merchants, the retailers buying very sparingly. The prices obtained were, for Middling yellow.. ...... 32s Gd per cwt. Low gray .30s 3d " Low tu fine brown...... 29s 6d to Sis do. A sale of refined sugar ex Alpha, was advertised for yesteiday, but owing to Mr J. B. Neales not having received the samples, the sale was put off. Of this article the market has been for some time past quite bare, and though several patéelo are expected by the first vessel, sales were effected privately in the afternoon at 9¿d per lb. CONTRACT FOR THE BRIDGE.-Mr Lewis has informed us that he bas, after all, got the con- tract for the Bridge. We shall make enquiry into the matter, and explain, if possible, the ...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. MARCH 10, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 March 1845

SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SIDE. MARCH 10, 1845. THE Court sat at ten o'clock. The following Grand Jury were called : - C. G. Everard, Foreman. Alfred Basset Christopher Bzgat Joseph Bouch VV. A. Bryileu Alexander Anderson Robert Disher Samuel Davenport Frauds Duval W. B. Dawes Nicholas Foot J. VV. Foot Fred. L. Fletcher J. B. Graham W. H. Gray Alexander B. Grant C. L. Hawker ArcbiV.alâ Jaffray John Giff «»rd Philip Levi I Esquires. These gentlemen having been sworn, his Ho nor the Judge addressed them as follows:- Gentlemen of the Grand Jury-I am sorry to in-   form you that the number of prisoners for trial is rather greater than has lately been usual at a crimi- nal session, and that amongst them are persons   charged with crimes which throw a dark shade on the moral character of the province. The first of them on the calendar is the case of Henry Palmer» charged with unláwfully and maliciously setting fire to the dwelling house of Joseph Lyne, in a place c...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to March 6.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected tip to Maren 60 IMPORTED GOODS. light .............. ....per hiid strong .. ......per barrel - - bottled....per dozen Macon. do. Bags, 3-bushel ............... .each Blankets .per pair Blue............... ........per 'b. Candles, wax ........... .... do. - sperm .................. do. ? moulds .................. do. Canvas....per bolt Casks.....per tun Cedar, in log. .......per loot -in boar.ls ................ «I«. Cisais, Manilla, in bond ....{er I OOH Cos ls.per ton Coffee.per lb. Copper, sheathing .....lo. - Nails...... ............. do. Cordage, tnglish.per cwt. - Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate ...... ....perth. Ciys'als ot Soda .......... ..per cwt, Curran««.per lb. Deals,9 by 3.per foot -11 by 3. do. Pigs.per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. - E. I. do. Glass, IO by 12.... . .per box G'ue....per lb. Gunpowder, fine .............. do. -blasting.i........ do. Glas«, sheet - 14 by IO .per 103 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 U 14 Di...

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PRICES Of COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 13, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

PRICES Of COLONIáL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. !. Mardi 13, 1845. Wheat (clean). 2«6ito£»9d bushel grinding samples ......... 2« Sd to 2s 7d ditto inferior (smutty) ........ 2s to 2* 3 i (lino Floor, fine.1.... £7 10sto£8 lOr^toa seconds. £6 to £7 per ditto Pollard.!.. 1« uer 20lb* Bran. 9d Der bushel Barley, English. 2« 9d to 3s 6d ditto Cape. 1« 9d to 2s dill« I Skinless.. 2s Od ditto Bread. 4d to 5d p-r 4-lh leal Biscuit. 10s to 15§ per cwt OBIS. 2s 6 i ^* bnshot Maize.«. 2s 6.1 di-to Pea's, white. 3d per ib bloe ..... 4d ditto Hay............. -£l5stoáEl lOspertaa I Oaten ditto_. £110« to-£2 diu« BOTCHER** HEAT. Be«f...«». 3|d to 4d per lb Mutton . 2J I t J 3d ditto Veal ............. .. Ail to 6d ditio Lamb ".Lilli. 2$d to 3d ditto -POULTRY. Fowls. 2« 6d lo3s par pair Ducks. 5s to 4s per pair Geese .. 5s «o 7s each Turkeys . 7s to I Os each Wild docks. ls 6d per pair Pigeons. ls 3d per pair DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, fresh . 1 . to ls 3d r*r lb Cheese. 6d to 9d per lb Milk..........«. 4d ...

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On sr irit«, the produce and manufacture of the United Kingdom or any British postesFÍon, ppr gallon. 089 AU other spirits.'0 12 0 YViae..........15 per cent, ad valorem Te», sog&r, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, end other grain and pulse imported.. .5 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 5 0 Other manulactured tobacco and snuff. 0 2 0 Ali other tobacco (except tobacco Siems) .... 0 1 9 Potter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent . All merchandise not bein? the produce or mann. facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. AU other goods (British included), 5 per cent. The foi lo wins anieles ate exempt (mm duty, na cn «Iv, bottle* of common glass, if imported fu'l, bullion and com. Uv« stock af all kinds, seeds, burbs, and plan's.

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting vessels under li ton» ld per ton outwards, «esl ld inwards. AU other vessels 3d per ton each way. Vessels anchorina outside the har. half dues. PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel drawing 7 feet and under. S 0 f) << " 8 feet to 9 f«-et. 3 10 « « " 9 feet to IO feet. 4 0 0 And so on, inaraasing 10s for every additional foot. FREIGHTS. To London and Liverpool, Wool, pet lb.... 1|d tn If4 .< Oil, per ton...... 4 10 « " Bark. 4 10 0 " Other good*. 4 to £4 IO To Ilobvrt Town, per ton.21» to I IO . To Launceston, per ton ....... IO* To Port Phillip, per ton.I Ss to I O O To Sydney, per toa.£1 ts I 6 O «. Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 . To Mauritius, per ton................ .... 2 lt 6 ToSwan River, per ton ....'J. .£2 to '9 10 .

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Thursday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

Thursday, March 18. Wira Maldira, a nuive, was indicted for the murder of George M'Grath, on 22nd June, 1842, at the Coorong. The Advocate General stated the nature of the charge against the prisoner at some length, and called William Chase-Lives at the Commercial Inn, Grenfell-street ; is a mason by trade : knows the prisoner perfectly well ; first knew him in October, 18374 saw him coitstantlj' during October and November, 1839; witness was then camped at Bonney's waterholes^ and prisoner was about the spot about five or six weeks : on the let June, 1842, I met prisoner at Mr McLeod's station, at the junction of the Lake and the Murray; I was in company with George M'Grath and William Pew ; the prisoner, who was alone, joined us ; after pro- ceeding about a mile, three other natives joined us -one man, named Jack, and two boys; on the night of 1st June, we came to Bonney's water- holes ; were all friendly through the night ; on the second, we travelled about thirty miles, and camp...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

, -. RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Draw on London at 2 per cent, premium. " Colonies at 3 per cent, premium. Purchase on London at 30 days sight, at two per cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every thirty day« beyond. Purchase OD the colonies at 30 days tight, at one per cent discount. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Draw on London at 30 days eight.at 2. per cent premiom. ** Colonies at 30 days sight, at 2 per cent premium. Parchase on London at I*per cent» discount, aod av additional 1 per cent, for every month beyond 30 day» lear rencv, and } per cent, if drawn pr payable out of Louden. Purchase on the colonies at SD day» sight, atone per ctn» ducount.

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DATS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

DATS OF DTSCOÎJNT. Bank of Sooth Aojtralia^-Tawday awl Friday.., Baak of Austral ami».-Monday and Thufadajt;

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

Î.OC, I flCUJÖ. COLONIAL FBODUCIIUN. - We hear that an imménse nu tAtet of people are engiged in al! parts of the coattry g.lberi. g gum. The gitnerera hive very ready sa e Vt the mercaants at from !7x to 2 s per cwt. Tais U ap o.irently a lucrative business, and the sums put in circu- lation ny it are very large, it is not unco.union for par- ties to bring in dray loads, and get £17 to £2 > in cash fur each of them. The salt tr«ule with ELonga-oo Island is also in full operation, sever«I cuiten being constantly employed in importing cargoes to Port Adelaide. * HE CITY BRIDGE.-The contract for this bridge was given to Messrs James & Thomas, provided they agreed to some slight ^literation.'), but the latter found that tnese woulJ raus» a considerable additional expense, and their estimate for which not being agreed to by Government it reluctantly fell back upon a lower lender made by Mr Lewis, Hindley-street. Jf SOGAS.-On Thursday Mr Bentham Neales sold about 5 bags of the...

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MAURITIUS PRICE CURRENT. January 22, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

MAURITIUS PRICE CURRENT. ! January 22. 1845. : Osen,Madagascar, slaughter, 3<) to 35 doll, per head I Sheep, Bengal and Cape, 4 to 7 doll, per head Ale, in bottle, per doz., 2 25 to 2.80 Porter, ditto (Dunbar) 2.75 to 3 bran, Cape and New South Wales, 2.53 to 3 per 109 Iba. Bricks, 18 to 20 per 1000 Flour (Cape) 6 to 6.59 per I0O lbs. Wheat, ditto, 3 50 to 3.75 per ditto Butter, ditto. 25c. to 35c. per lb. Cheese (English) 20c. to 3 c. ditto "* Fisk - Dried Stockfish, 3.50 to 4 per 100 Cape dried, ditto ditto Cape pickled, 4 to 6 j Salt, 75c. to ld. per 100 lbs. SUGAR White, 7.40 to 7.50 Fine brown, 6.60 to 6.85 Low yellow,6 10 t<» 6 35 Low grey, 5 25 to 5 75 Low brown, 5.25. to 5.60 SYRUPS First, 4.60 to 5 ! Second. 4 25 to 4.50. I Third, 3.50 to 4 ¡ Fourth, 2 to 2.75._

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