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HOBART TOWN MARKETS, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

I HOBART TOWN MARKETS. FEBRUARY 22. WE regret to be compelled to report a con- tinuance of the drooping state of our 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 ! The sale of new wheat, which we notieed last week, by Mr Harper at 3s 4d, was a fortunate hit. The same sample would not fetch 3s now« which may be said to be the nominal price. Fine flour nt the mili s. £7 lOs ia £fi 10« ncr ton. ?Courier.

Publication Title: South Australian
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

I ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE wool sales early in October went off well, the prices for fair and g-od qua¡it.es being quite equal io the preceding Loudon sales, but rather less for poor qualities. The following are the quotations given : - a Ä sd Combing, superior.... I 9 to 2 O Fair combing.-,.1 6 i 8 ood el thing . I 9 2 3 Average ditto . 1 $ I 8 Itt-iO'tditionedand inferior-flocks 13 IS Scoured .18 2 41 1 a nobs'fair average to good.*.« 18 2 0 Skin. 1 Si 1 8 Pieces and locks.1 I 1 7 Paltry washed and in grease.... 0 IO 10 Port Phillip. Goad flocks.1 £ 1 8 Average ........ ........... 13 15 Lambs'. t 3 2 2¿ "HIITS.-These sales are going off well, as there is a goori demand for all descr pt ons at full prires The following it the result:- 3 8 tnnn-d, E. I., H* 7d to Is. '361 Calcutta buffalo, sold at Sid to 41. 8421 salted Buenos \yr*»sox»nd < ow sold *t 3§ I to 4£l for light ox ; heavy. 3^1 to 4|d ; cow. 3'jd to 4Jo. 823 dry Kio, »t 5Id to 6|>; inferior, 4 jd to 5}d. 291 s...

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COMPARISON OF TEMPELATURE AT PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, AND AT ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

COMPATRON OF TEM PK . A"! UK E AT PEP. HT. WR<1EHN A Us rt« AUA, AND At ADELAIDE. SOU I H A US I BALI A. AN article, containing a sta'ementof facts oa the above subj ct, appeared a »hort time ago io . this journal. Our contemporary, die Qbstrixr* ha* admitted int« his column* an extremely silly comm-"! upon that s'atem nt. under the signa tote ** Spectator." We conf-'S« we are sur p'tsfd c.t i,s appearance in the Observer, and . can oi«lv i nadine it «as adm tted per incuriam, with »ut hading been read bv Hie editor. We notice " Spectator miserable blunders reltictati'lv. hut, a« the -object is not familiar to tiie public, it ni iy l>e necessary to prevent the fo ly «hat has been propounded from being mis- taken tor wisdom. In the fir** place, '.Spectator" slate* that the tables c<itnpa<e<{ are tn»t ** meteorológica and that the s rd tabb? c-*n nev**r be proved*' to he such; hut, tor tho truth ot this, there is indy his own assertion. \...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

TO CO R RES PO V D E NTS. WE have received Mr J. W. Bali's letter, and shall attend to it in our next, if possible.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND HER LAND FUN [TIMES, OCTOBER 22, 844.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

SOU!H AUSTRALIA. AND HER LAND FUXD. {T MES, ccroBEB 22. -844.] I *' OTJR colonies are presenting just now a pleasing diversity of misfortune and error. Each seems to illustrate a several law of aberration. Overnight suppose that they were in the hands of some inge- nious experimentalist, who wished to work ont all the possible conditions which the case of a colony admitted of. Across the Atlantic we have two or three millions of laborer« and small farmer«, with scarcely a gentleman or a good income among them. Our West Indian possessions are exhibiting the re- sults of sudden emancipation, and still more sudden diminution of protective aids. Then we have colonies in which felons are the staple population ; crime is left to ferment into virtue, and compulsory labor into habits of independent industry. New Zealand is suffering the crisis of an experiment. We shall see. what we shall see soon, but at present we see nothing but a scuffle for land between cunning speculators and rude bar...

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MAILS. General Post-office, March 14 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

MAILS. I Ceoeral Post-office, March 14 1 Mai!« far Yan Diemen s Land and Port Phillip, by the Alpha to Launceston, will be closed to-morrow, Saturday j the 15th instant. CHARLES H. WATTS.

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

YAN DIEM r K'S LAND. THE following is tho Minute of Sir Eardley Wilmot, read to tim Council at its opening, re- j ferred to in our last : - GENTLEMEN - I have summoned you at] this early pe;iud of the year, in order that I may j consult with you as to the course which ought j to he adopted (o supply, in pa*t at least, the de- ficiency in the Ways and Means of the Colony, occasioned by the tuting off of the ordinary re- venue, but in a still greaser measure by the failure of the land fuud during the last three years. You are aware, that the annual surplus of the proceed* of the sales of land, remaining after payment had been ma e for immigration, was directed to be applied in aid of the ordinary revenue. The ave«age sum per annum, for the niue years ending in 1841, which was paid over to lb« colony, «as about £23.000- being-in : IS40 as high £52 9'JO. and in 184i . £47 200 ; ?md this contribution hading now entirely ceased, wiil stiiiicietiiiy account for the great deficiency of our ...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. March 11th, 1815. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SIDE. March I Uh, 1815. JAMBS DOUGLAS otherwise JAS. STEVENSON, was this morning placed at the bar, charged with rape on the person of Helen Grant, wife of James Grant, at M y pun ga, and with larceny. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The Advocate General shortly opened this case, and called Helen Grant-T am v ife of James Grant ; I live at Mypunga ; my husband has shepherded, but uot latterly ; I keep a house for refresh- ments ; I know the prisoner; he has been in my house; he first came about a fortnight to three weeks before 5th December ; he came next about a week afterwards, on his return from Adelaide ; he came again on the 4(h and on the Oth December; he came for refreshments on the three first occasions; he came alone on the 4th December, and brought my husband an order for 10s; my husband went a» ay on the 4th ; the prisoner went with him ; he got a bottle of spirits, and paid for refreshments and to- bacco, besides, that he li a-1 before. My hus- b...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [For Tuesday's proceedings, see the 4th page.] Wednesday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

SUTRKME COURT-CRIMINAL SUTfXGS. [For Tuesday'* iHocciiiot»». set* the 4th |><*ge.] Wednesday, March 12. Henry Palmer was next placed ai the bar, charged with selling fire io a dwel't-i* house, the properly <>f Joseph Lyne, at the i'ieis, ou 26«h December. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The Advocate Geueral shortly addressed the jury, an<l ca led - Joseph Lyne -f five at the Company's tiers ; I am a sawyer, and had a slab bul, which was my dwelling place; there was a door, a windon. «nd a fire place; I wat at wo«k with the pri- soner nearly eighteen month-? about a day or two before Chi Ut mas we ceased working to. »etiler ; we had a *ew words ou 'Christmas con cemitig his going to wotk with another man ; next muming, after; breakfast, I and my wife started to spend the day with a neighbour naired John Wood, about a mile or a mile and a ha»f off; I next saw saw Palmer in the Magistrate's Court ; we lett our daughter at home ; »he-cf me to us a...

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SINGAPORE PRICE CURRENT—JAN. 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

SINGAPORE PRICE CURRENT-JAN. 9. I Lead (pig), per picol, 6 dollars (Spanish)-stock small. Do. (sheet), do., 1 dollar-stock moderate. Cheeses, each 2§ to 3 doll.-stork moderate. ' '.-ile. Allsopp** and Bass, perhh'l., 25 doli.-stock larg«. Do. Sander's, per li lid-, 20 doll.--stock large. Coffee (Java and Padang), per picul, 6§ to 8i doll.-oona. Do. (Hugis), do., 6$ to 7 doll.-stock large. Do. (Kamper), do., 5£ to 5$ doll.-nour. Cordage (Coir), do. 3J doll.-none. Do. (Mani a), do., 7| to 8 dolt-supplied. Gunny bags, per 100, 6£ to 14 doll.-stock large. t ll ides ( Buffalo), per picul, 4 to 4£d«ll.-wanted. Iti<*e (Bengal), 1J to 2 doll.-stock large. Do. (Java, Siam, and Bal ly white), per koyan, 70 dol- lars-flock large. Sugar (Siam, first sort), per picul, 5£ dall.-none. Do. Manilla. Musca vado, do., 2¿ lo 3 doll.-none. Do. do. clayed da., 3| to 4 doll.-none. Do. Singapore, do., 6$ doll.-stock moderate. Sago (Pear!, large grain), do., 3J to 3| doll-scarce. Sega», No. S, su...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1845. THE "DORSET." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

Cfit ^rtuti) Australian. AiiEiAtuB: FRIPÂT. MARCH 14. t£45. THE DORSET." BY the Dorset we have received New South Wales journals to Ute 22nd February. The English fijes of newspapers and letters are up to 2nd November. They contain a few farther particulars as-to pikes-of colonial produce, which «ill be ioucd quoted belo v. * We observe an ankle in ilie Sydney Daily Au* italian relacive to this colony. That able journal, in the most disinterested manner, points out the manifold and manifest advantages of this colony to laboring men, and advises them to work their passoire thither. We shall publish the article in our next. The Sydney news is not-of much im- portance. We have been favored with a copv of the Lon- don Tim** af 22nd October, the first article of which «iii be found quoted at length in another column Tt embodies an admirable and a strictly crrect description of the progress and «late of the colonv, and gives an equally admirable exposition of the gross injustice with whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

*äVCTMOX4S. To Importers and ©Miers. JJENTHAM NRA LES establishment has been foiwid the best medium for selim?; goods for ihe last f) -years, and the proprietor .« deier min»d io sii'l emilie the concern to (hat character. Terms-Fair charges and immediate account sales. No pretence to do hnvne*s at hilf price, as lie gives his full and undivided alten ion to his employers' inte-ests, and has none of his own to c?me in competition with that *luty : a position no merchant auctioneer can lay claim to. MR. RI NTH AM NEALES'S Usual Cattle* Horse, and Cart Sale. S AT i! RD AY. ?f Q DA TRY COWS 1 dray and cart 2 useful horses. 2 Had's. Loaf Sugar, London make S ightly damaged, sold for the benefit of those concerned. TJEXTHAM NEALES will «ell the above on Saturday (to-morrow), without any re- serve. AND Cruets Regatta shirts Clîairs 2 striped do. Tables Shaving boxes Sofas Straw hats Calico London hoots Maize House Pails Odis Camp stools Barley Belts Pickles Coffee pots Shawls Razor strops...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

Shipping Intelligence. MARCH 8. - The cutter Alpha, 37 tons, Martin, master, from Launceston. Passengers W. Patterson, Mrs Ro   binson and child, Mr C.. Brentain, J. Landrill, A. Grant,   G. Roe, wife, and two children ; G. Sams, J. Dobson, J.     Brooks, J. Young. G. Brooks, C. Sandford, T. Lewis, Mr   Stilling, Mr and Mrs Kearth.   March 11. The schooner Sister, 45 tons, Irvine, from       Launceston. Passengers - W. H. Formby, Mrs Irving, and two children, W. Hatches, and G. Edwards.     March 12. - The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Walsh, from Sydney. Passengers - Mr F. Jones. J. Kelly, G. Brown, J. Feblicock, G. Randall. K. Frillour, Jas. Smithings, wife and four children, Dolenry, wife, and two children,     A. Fox, W. Donally, E. McCabe, G. A. Wilson, Raphael W. McPherson, Mrs Duncan, J. Cooper, and another. SAILED. M...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Alpha, from Launceston - 2 hhds. sugar, 1 hhd. rum, 1 cask tobacco, 12 bags nails, 2 casks fruit,   21 packages fruit, 1 case, 1 bale leather, Order; 4 hhds. sugar, 1 bale, 2 cases slops, 1 case hemp, 10 packages fruit, 4 horses, Brentain; 1 case, Captain Butler; 4 horses, 7 packges fruit, Patterson.   Cargo of the Sisters, from Launceston - 2 carroteels cur- rants, 1 case sundries, 1 bale corks, 4 cases fruit, 10 cases wine, 2 tons iron, 20 boxes candles, 2 casks sugar, 5000 feet timber, 1 case skins, 100 barrels ale, 3 casks   apples, 1 case stationery, 1 case lucifers, 1 case dra- pery, 3 casks blacking, 2 cases, 4 hhds. gin, 5 puncheons whiskey, 14 boxes tobacco, 30 cases brandy. Cargo of the Dorset, from Sydney - 2 cases cigars, 2 hhds. British gin, 3 hhds. brandy, 2 hhds. rum, 1   puncheon whiskey, 1 hhd., 10 cases Geneva, 306 bags   sugar, 6 casks sherry, 4 casks port, 50 boxes tea, 3 &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

" àout!) gUsualían*' GENERAL PaaiRflTDIM© IgTÄlBLflgfrillMIHlRQT TY* H E 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. S The motto of this Office shall be Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch. Printing' Office, ? ndle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. S As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being lower both tu subscribers and advertisers than those of its contemporaries, we b^g to direct the special attention of the public to the suo joitipd statement. We beg also lo notify that mt dummies, advertisements countermanded or not duly order» d, are allowed to appear. The whole of our available space is devoted to mittler of general interest and information : - Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publication Tuesdays and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 14 March 1845

BIRTHS. On Sunday, the 9th instant, the wife of Mr D. G. Brock, Morphett-street, of a daughter. —On Wednesday last, in Carrington street, Mrs Bakewell, of a daughter.

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STATE OF TRADE. [LIVERPOOL ALBION, NOVEMBER 11.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

STATE OF TRADE. [UTKBFOOL AXBIOH, VOTEMBEE ll.] MANCHBSTFB,- Our spinners and manufacturers still con- tinue to sell all they can produce at the extreme rates they have obtained for the last fortnight ; and it is well known that printers and merchant« make their contráete for the spring this month. We fear cloth will range higher than lower ; indeed, stocks everywhere are too light to admit of any alteration in favor of the buyer. In the face af cloth .getting np, the printers, merchants, and country houses continue unusually flat, and finished goods are selling at very lew prices. 27-inch 66'a may be quoted 5« 3d to 4« 7|d, and 72'« 6s to 6a 4Jd.-Manchee. . ter Advtriiur, of Saturday. Bradford, Thursday.--Wool Market.-The demand for combing aroois baa undergone no change during the week: the supply in the market is folly adequate, in «very description, to the requirements of the trade. Although not more than one half the usual business has been transacted by the staplers generally ...

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SALES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WOOL. AT LIVERPOOL. 11th September—Buchanan, Browne, & Co. Ex Francis Spaight. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

SALES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WOOL. AT UYBBPOOL. j I Ith September-Buchanan. Browne, tc Co. j Ex Francis Spaiqht. ! JBHXunder, 11 bales, ls7Bd,5, ls7d,2, ls6Jd, 3, Ts 6d, 10, lambs, ls 4|d, 3, do, ls 5d, 3, do, ls 3d, 4, pieces, ls 2d, 3, locks, ls 6&d; W,2, do, do, 2, lambs, ls 5d 3, ls 6d ; H, 3, ls 6d ; WR, 1, pieces, ls 2Jd ; ALE LMF, under, 12, Is5d, 3, Iambs, Is 5d, I, part grease and lambs, ls 3d ; 3, Is 5d ; ALE DTN under,4, part lambs, ls 6d, Is 5|d, 5, Ia,5d, ALK, I, ls 5d ; WB diamond under, ^4, skin, ls4d, !, ls 5d, 2, ls 3|d, I, ls 3d, 1, grease, 10|d ; IE, 3, locks, ls 6$d, 8. ls 6d. 6, ls 5$d, 2. pieces, ls 2Jd, 4, Iambs, ls4|d, 2, ls4d, ¡3, ls 3£d; 1, pieces, ls 2jd, 2, grease, lOd, 1, ls 5d. lltfa September-Hughes & Ronald. Ex Franzis Spaight. H H within an half-circle, 8 bales, ls 5d, 4, 1B 41d, 5, ls 4d, 1 brown, ls 3d, 1, mixed, ls gd, 1, locks, 9$d; M within diamond, 3, Is 5d, 4, >s5|d, 15, ls 4Jd, 2. skins, ls 4d, 2, lambs, ls 4d; AH E under. 8, ...

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MAILS. General Post-office, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

MAILS. I General Post-office, March 18. Mails for the Maarîtîos by ibo Waterwitch to Bourbon, vrilf he closed this day at 3 o'clock. Mails for Van Dienien's Lind will be despatched to. morrow by the Alpha to Lannceston, and on Thursday tba 20tb by the Sister ti Hoba>t Town. The Alpha wilt also take mails for Port Phillip. The Jane and Emma's destination being uncertain, the mails for Van Diemeu's Land, Poit Phillip, and Portland, made up on the Ulfa inst., will be transferred to the Alpha or Sifter. JOHN WATTS, ! Postmaster-General, j 1

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to March 15.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

I WHOLESALE PRICES C©R»EN1\ I - (Cornettd up tc March 15.) » "lltrÓRTED «OOM. . .per bhd .per barrel .per dozen .... do. .....each . .per pair ...per !b. .... do. . do. ..... do. ...per bolt . ..per tun . ..per foot !...? do. ».per 1000 ...per ton ....per lb. .do. ..... do. .per cwt. Manilla................ do. Corrosive Sublimate ...... .... per lb. Crystals of Soda ..percwt. Currants.per lb. Deals, 9 by 3 ..........per foot -Il by 3. do. Figs...per lb. Gioger, Jamaica .............. do. -E. I. do. Glass, IO by 12...«... .per box Glue......... ..............per lb. Gunpowder, fine .............. do. -blasting do« Glass, sheet 14 by 10 .per IO0 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 18 20 7 « 10 12 12 12 14 do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Hams, Yorkshire. do. ? Westphalia..... do. Herrings, red .... ............per jar pickled .per half-barrel Hops. per lb. Iron, bar, assorted .... ........per ton - houp ....«..?>.......... do. - na...

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