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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wm mast still postpone Mr Bull's letter till our next, ia which w*e shall also examine the validity of his claims as the inventor of " the Reaping' Machine."

Publication Title: South Australian
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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 17, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE, 1 " March 17, 1845. Wheat (clean) . 2« 61 to ^ 0d U*} grinding sample» ........ Ss Sd te 2« 7d ditto inferior (smutty) . 2« te 2s S i ditto Floor, fin«. |-7108»oá£8 Hb^toa seconds.,. £6 to £7 per ditto Pollard.t.. ls per 2t)lb« Bran. Od ser bushel Barley, English. 2* 9J to «s 6d ditto Cape. I « 9d ta 2s dill« Skinless. 2s 9J dino Bread. 4d to 5d p r 4-1») leaf Biscuit. I Os to 1 St per cwt Oaca . 2«6l hnsbat Main. 2« 6.i di ta Peas, white. 3d per lb blue. 4d ditto Hay... £! 5»>o.£l ÎOe p*r ten Oaten ditto. £l 10» to £2 dino BUTCHER'S MEAT. Beef..,,,«. ß\ä to Ai per lb Mutton .,.. 2$ I t> 3d ditto Vfjil. 4 ü to rid ditio Lamb.. 2¿d to 3d ditto roOLTRV. Fowl«. 2s Gd to 3« p»r pair Ducks....... ................ Ss to 4s per pair Geese. Ss to 7seach Turkeys. 7s to I Os ear h "Wild docks ... .. 1* 6d per pair Pigeons. ........ ls 3d per p%ir DAIRY FRODUC«. Butler, fresh. ls to ts 3d pe«" lt» Cheer*.,. . 6ii to SW per lb Milk. 4d per quart Egg...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Refined Sugar-Fine loaves, on the spot, 4#d per lb.; ditto for exportation, 4id, free on board ; fine pieces, 30s to 36s per cwt. ; crushed lump, 40s per cwt. ; molasses, none. E. KNOX, February 14. Manager.

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Saturday, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

Saturday, March 15. j This morning Mr Fisher, on behalf of Dr. Wright, began to state various objections to the indictment, when His Honor interrupted him, aud stated thal the case must be stopped on two grounds. First-Because it appeared that the medicine ordered had not been made up or administered. The medicine ordered was the acetate of mor phiue, but the muriate was made up. Second - The medicine was not all given according to the instructions of Dr. Wright, the second bottle having been given on the res j ousibility of Mr Crawford and Mr Paxton. On these grounds, he thought the case could not go on. Mr Fisher then said that hs could not leave the court without expressing his very strong feelings in reference to the circumstances in which the case originated. He sincerely hoped the extreme suffering which his client had ex pt rienced during the last twenty-four hours wou d have a beneficial effect-that he would go foi th from that t'* graded spot w ith a deter- mination to abju...

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SYNDET MARKETS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald, February 22.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

SYNDET MARKETS. J (From the Sydney Morning Herald, February 22.,) j Wheat-The largest quantity of wheat which has ever paid market dues during any one week was received during the past week, the returns for each day being as follows:-Saturday, I load ; Monday, 2 ; Tuesday, 34 ; Wednesday, 16 ; Thursday 11 ; Friday, 21 ; making a total of 85 loads. The prices ranged from 2s 9d to 3s 3d per bushel, t he average price given was 3s 2d per bushel. Some marketable wheat changed hands at 2s 9d. Frederick's Valley, Rain's Mills, Wellington Road -Flour, first, £10 per ton; second ditto, £8. Some wheat of fair quality was refused-first-rate sample, 3s per bushel ; second-rate very difficult of sale. Oats-There is a good sale at present For seed cats, for which the dealers are charging from 3s to 3s 6d per bushel. Those who are holding Van Diemen's Land oats are charging 4s per bushel for them. Barley-Cape Barley is worth about 2s per bushel wholesale, and is retailing at from 2s 6d to 2s 8d ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

" ^ottt& 0usualían" GENERAI. TH E Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press printing business will be couducted as hitherto. The job priming 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, ? Handle-street, Nov. li, 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 uo 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 interent and i ti formation : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publication Tuesdays and Fridays) - Ad. per number ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

BIRTH. —On the 14th instant, Mrs Boswarva, of a daughter. DEATH. —On the 12th instant, Mary Cobbald, infant daughter of Mr John Dodd, of Hindmarsh.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.       March 16. - The brigantine Scotia, 112 ton, Wardell, from Hobart Town. Passengers in the steerage - J. Jenkins, Scott, Harmond, J. Pope, Mrs Tuck and two children, J.     Smith, R. Martin, W. Rollings, wife and three children, S. Brown. E. Watson. J. H owarth, J. Packett, J. Siams.     Same day - The schooner John Pirie, 105 tons, Allen, from a whaling voyage. In ballast. Same day. - The brig Palmyra, 149 tons, Lindsay, from Hobart Town. Passengers - Mr and Mrs Burns and two children, Mr and Mrs Thomas and two children, Mr Thomas, Mr and Mrs Pikes, Thomas Thomson, wife and two children, Mr and Mrs Peguins, G. Lowe, W. S. Rayner and wife, Mary and Ann Kendall, James Blair, W. Cales fine, J. Muffin, Anna Mcffin, W. Smith, W. Robinson, Mrs Rowlins, Mrs Grey, Mrs Taylor, Mr Emmett, T Williams. IMPORTS. Cargo of the Scotia from Hobart Town - 3 tierces tobacco,...

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The South Australian. ADELADIE: TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1845. THE SCOTIA' AND PALMAYRA' FROM HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1845. THE "SCOTIA" AND "PALMYRA" FROM HOBART TOWN. THE Scotia sailed from Hobart Town on the 21st   February, and the Palmyra in the beginning of March. They bring 52 passengers and 43 horses,   besides general cargo. Just before the Palmyra left, the Sir George Sey   mour arrived, bringing English intelligence to the 21st November.   An English mail of twenty-two boxes has also   arrived per Palmyra. From Hardy's List it appears that the Platina   has been laid on in London for this colony, by   Messrs Wheeler & Co., to sail about 20th Novem - ber. ' The Isabella Watson would sail about the   28th, and the Sans Pareille, it appears certain,   sailed from Leith on the 18th November; so that   these three vessels may now be daily expected.   The Symmetry was advertised to sail from Lei...

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RENEWAL OF EMIGRATION.—THE EMIGRATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

RENEWAL OF EMIGRATION.-THE EMIGRA TION FUND. ON reading the article from the Times relative to this colony, which we published in our last, we confess we felt greatly surprised at its com- plete change of tone, and wondered what could have converted an enemy into a decided friend.   We have now the pleasure to lay before the public a solution of the problem. The Times is true to its ancient system. It follows (as it has done in almost every instance), rather than leads the public voice, and we are happy in being able to produce evidence to show that the peo- ple of Britain have at last been convinced of the capabilities of the colony, of the immense field for emigration that here exists, and of the injustice with which we have been treated. The extent of the favorable change in British public opinion, will be seen by the following par- ticulars which we extract from the South Aus- tralian News of October : - On the motion of Edward Divett, Esq., M.P., a Parliamentary re...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA AS A HOME FOR EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA AS A HOME FOR EMIGRANTS.         WE subjoin the following testimonies from the Times, and from a neighboring colony, which are corroborative and conclusive : - To the Editor of the Times. Sir - Your leading article of this day, which is ??? ailow me to add, well worthy of the talent of the Times, truly informs your many readers that South Australia is the country for the laborer.         You love facts. Here is one : - A was a poor man in Argleshire; B, a gentleman well known there and elsewhere for his kindheartedness and charity, pro cured him in 1839 a passage to South Australia, and gave him (for it was literally meant as a gift, although   called a loan) £8 15s. to get a few clothes. A was and is a noble-spirited fellow, and in 1840 B's agent in Adelaide writes him - "A has paid me £8 15s. he says he owes you " In March 1844, he again writes - A h...

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(From the Sydney Australian Daily Journal, 22nd February, I845.) ADELAIDE AND WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

(From the Sydney Australian Daily Journal, 22nd February, 1845.) ADELAIDE AND WAGES.   South Australia, by its rich mines and proximate wheat lands, seems to be going a-head, though in a frugal,   plodding course of methodical industry. Their jour- nals allege, that the immigration into their colony du-   ring the past year (1844), was above nine hundred souls ; and while they do not advertise for more new- comers, neither do they say they are now full. Although it is the duty of every man under fifty years of age, being hale and hearty, to go a shepherding in our vast interior, rather than degrade himself by skulking about Sydney, yet we would say, that if he can work his passage to Adelaide, and get employment there, either in town or country, he would act pru- dently. To be a shepherd in South Australia, is to reside within a distance of Adelaide of from twenty to eighty miles; but to be a shepherd in New South Wales, is to reside within a d...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

Local News. WE perceive by an advertisement in another column, that the valuable and well-known pre mises of the late firm of Murray, Greig, and Co., are to be exposed for sale by public auc- tion by Mr Lambert, at twelve o'clock pre- cisely this day. It has been long acknowledged that these premises are in the very best situation for business in Adelaide, and we doubt not they will bring a price commensurate with their pre- sent and increasing value. MR. SOLOMON offered by public sale yesterday, among the various and well-selected goods im- ported per Dorset, about six hundred loaves of Sydney refined sugar. The quality was good ; but, owing to the late arrivals of this article, a portion only found buyers at 6d. per lb. - the remainder being bought in at 5¾d. WE noticed, some time since, a shipment to Hobart Town of colonial porter, brewed by Mr Crawford, of the Hindmarsh Brewery. It gives us pleasure to state that we have seen a letter from a respect- able innkeeper in Hobarton, ...

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Monday 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

Monday 17th March. James Wilkins, John Walker Wilson, William Somers, Henry Booth, John Walker, Thomas   Brown, Henry Downer, alias Henry Cope, were   charged with coining and uttering counterfeit money. The prisoners severally pleaded not guilty. The jury having been sworn, and the indictment read,   The Advocate General addressed the Bench, stating that several of the witnesses in this case were not in Court. His Honor replied, that the Court not having met till half-past nine, in order to allow time for the appearance of the witnesses, those not present must be called on for their recognizances. The Advocale General opened the case for the prosecution, and, after briefly addressing the jury, called Police Sergeant Rounceville - Knows Walker, Booth, and Somers ; on 3rd of this month, I went with Sergeant Lorimer to a house at the north- west corner of Light-square, and assisted them in the search ; it was a two-roomed house ; no one was at ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

Salea b» auction. Saie of Mjand <» Mindi* y -street. THIS DAY (TUESDAY.) Valuable Freehold Property in j Ilindley-street, FOR ABSOLUTE BAL». By order of the Trustees of the Sequestrated Es- j tates of Murray, Greig» and Co., and Russell, \ Macnish, aud Co. I. W. G. LA M BE KT has been honored with instructions to sell by public auction, at hi* rooms, Hindl^y-street, (this day), the 18th M arch nert, at 12 o'clock precisely - All that valuable and extensive freehold pro-j nerty, consisting of eighty-five feet frontage in the best part of Hindley-street, adjoining Mr.! Stocks's new store, and directly opposite Mr Payne's Tavern. The property comprises an extensive, well built, double-fronted shop, with a brick built warehouse, parlour, bed room, and detached kitchen, with a weil of capital water, and good stabling, and is comprised in a frontage of fifty feet, Hy 95 feet in depth-commanding an ad- mirable po ition for a wholesale or retail trade -which will be sold as Lot N...

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SUPREME COURT. Friday, 14th March, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 18 March 1845

SUPREME COURT. Friday, 14th March. 1845.   Sentence of death was passed on Wira Mal- dira. He will be executed on the 29th instant. The Grand Jury having found no bill against Charles Edmund Pritt, Charles Spratt, and William Smith, they were brought before the Court this morning. The Court ordered that they should enter into personal recognizances to appear to answer any indictment that might be brought by the Advocate General against them, for the murder of two natives. They entered into recognizances accordingly, and their bail were discharged. CIVIL SIDE. Rutland v. Wilde, Howard, and Wheland. -In this case, an application was made to set aside judgment in a case of a promissory-note, under the new act of Council. His Honor said he would give aa answer to- morrow morning. CRIMINAL SIDE. Dr Edward Wright was then placed at the bar, charged with feloniously killing William Wilkins, a patient under his charge, by gross negligence, and administering, or causing to be ad...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 March 1845

VAN PIEMEN'S LAND« THE following is the petition by the inhabitants against the ditty bf 15 per cent ontea, sugar, Ssc: To his Excellency Sir John E. Eardley Wil- mot, Baronet. Lieutenant-Governor, and to the Honorable the Members of the Legislative Council of Van Diemen's Land. The petition of the inhabitants of Hobarton, in public meeting assembled, Respectful!? sheweth -That your petitioners have learned with deep feelings of dissatisfac faction, from a n .tice published in the Gazette but ten days before the period fixed for the meet, ing of your honorable council, that an act is about to be introduced to increase the duties upon tea and sugar; and to alter the valuation upon which those duties have been always hitherto computed, from the original cost, to the maiket price of such articles in this colony. That your petitioners do not fitid that the no- tice of that act sets forth either the reason or the necessity for such additional taxation ; and they consider that the imposit...

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AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 March 1845

AMERICAN NEWS- I THE latest news from North America which had reached Great Britain previous to the departure of the Herald from Cork, was down to the 18th October. In the Iowa Transcript there is aa account of a mine of lead ore, of great richness, and under singular circumstances of location, which had recently been discovered near Dubuque, by a Mr Booth. The account of this discovery being likely to prove interesting to our readers, we have subjoined it : - " A NEW AMERICAN LR AD MINE. ** A mine of lead ore ha* recent Iv been dis- covered near Dubuque, by a Vir Booth, of great richness, and under singular circumstances of location, lt seems Mr Booth, a highly respect- able and experienced miner, was sinking a shaft, through hard layers of sand-st. ne, when, at a considerable depth, to his surprise, his shat? terminated tn a large cave, of many yards in length, and so high as to admit the tallest man to walk upright beneath its vaulted roof. He was gratified at finding this cave t...

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Select Poetry. THE LAY OF THE LABOURER. [FROM HOOD'S MAGAZINE FOR NOT.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 March 1845

Select poctm THE LAY OF THE LABOURER. [FROM HOOD'S MAGAZINE ros NOT.] A spade ! a raleo ! a fane'! A pickaxe, or a bill ! A book to reap, or a scythe to mow., A Hail, or what you wi'l ! And here's a ready hand To ply the needful tool, And skill'd enough by lessons rough In Labour's rugged school, To hedge, or dig the ditch, To lop or fell the tree, To lay the swarth on the sultry field. Or plough the stubborn lea, The harvest stack to bind, The wheaten rick to thatch ; And never fear in my pouch .to find The tinder or the match. To a daming barn or farm My fancies never roam The fire [ yearn to kindle and burn Is on »hf hearth of horan ; Wh<*re children huddle And crouch Through dark lon,» winter days, Where starving children huddle and crouch To see the cheerio! rays A-glowing na the haggard cheek, And not in the haggard's blaze ! To Htm who sends a drought To parch the fields forlorn. The rain to flood the meadows with mud, The blight to blast the corn - To Bim I leave ...

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 23, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 March 1845

PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. I March 23, 1845. Wheat (clean). 2«6ito'¿-9d bushel grinding sample* . *« Sd to 2* 7d ditto inferior (smutty) .«. 2« to 2s 3J ditto Floor, fine. 10BIOX8 lO^ion seconds . £6 to £7 per dit io Pollard . 1* ptr 20lb» Bran . Od per bushel Bar:ey, English. 2« 9J tn Si Gd dino (Jape. la 6d to le Od di.t* Shinies*. 2» fd «litio Bread. fd to 5J p r 4-H» loaf Biscuit... IO« to 15s per cwt Oats .,. 2a 6 « bushel Maire. 2« 6.1 di l« Pea«, white.J. Sd per lb bloc. 4d ditto ffty. £1 5sto£i 10*p«rton Oaien ditto..... £1 10s ;o £2 dino BOTCHER'S M RAT. Beaf. to 4d per lb Mutton . 2J.I ti 3d ditto Vrai .......«..... 4d to fjil ditto Lamb .1... '.. 2Jd to 3d ditto POULTRY. powI». 2« to 2i 6d prr pair Duck« ... Ss to 4« per pair Geese....... 4« 'O 6» each Turkeys . 5« to I fla ea. li Pigeons..... !. Sd per p-iir PAIRY rnoDcce. Butter, fresh . «« «° 3d p«r lb ; Cheeta. 6<l to 9d per lt» Milk . 4d per quatt Eggs. 8i per doit-a CATTLE, ETC. Bullock. £4 t...

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