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ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
ARTICLES OF FXPORT. Bacon. per lb. Bark. ............. -pe'"too Barley. bushel Barleymeal...w.. . 50lbs Beef...tierces Biscu't..... ....... ........... cwt. Bran........................ bushel Bricks. 1000 Butter, salted. per l&lt;». Candles, moulds........ ...... do. -dips.................. do. Cheese..................... do. Copper ore...too Flour, fine .................... do. -seconds.do. Gam.. .. do. Gum timber.per '0a&lt;i Hay.per ton Hide.*»cb Horns and hoofs.per cwt. Lead or«.....ton Maize...~.Pe: «nahet Oats. do. Oil, black. per tun --sperm. ...... do. Oxen. each Pollard. per SOIbs. Potatoes ..... .perion Sheep, fat...«.............«arb Slate*.per 1000 -«labs.... .... pe» topi Starch.- VP* lo» Tallow.«.per cwt. Wheat..parbti.*bel Woo . 1st quality.1*1^^ -- 2nd quality - ~r - - in crease . df* «xri..tnt.nn».per wu» 6d 35MO4G^ 2a loC^Ss»* 3s 6d £4 13s to I7av 8d 18s to 20a 9d 6d SJ 5d to 8d £7 10s io £8 IO» £6 to £7 £18 (clean) £2 to £2 10a £1 10t 8« 2s 6d to ...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
Wa are glad to observe that the important undertaking of renewing Trinity Church is in rapid progress. The church will be much more substantial, larger, and loftier than it was originally. The stone now used is of excel- lent quality ; the part renewed will be five feet wider, and the walls of the whole building will be raised six feet higher than before. From an advertisement io our last, it appears that the sum of ¿339 has been received on account of the expense of the above alterations and improvements, and we understand that £100 more will be required. We should hope that there will be no difficulty in raising this amount, which is a trifle to such a large and wealthy body as the members of the English Church. AuoNfiST the horses lately imported, we are pleased to observe a few promising young carting colts and fillies, and some useful stock horses. " Van Tr. mp," so well known ss a winner in Van Diemen's Land, is also among the lot. He appears (in spite of all that has been re-...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA—ENRESENTATIVE INSTIUTIONS. [From THE COLONIAL GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
bOÜTIi AUSTRAL!*.- E«*U ESKNTATiYE j 1NSTI &lt;U¡ IONS. I [pltOlâ THE COLONIA!. «AZeTTs] WE iali.naied last week our intention of re- verting to the movement in favour of teptesen tative institutions in South Australia. It is our purpose, in the remarks we are about to offer, to keep in vie>v the peculiar position of that colony, and its peculiar cl at tus upon Govern- ment-uot only for the importance it promises to attaia through its mineral and o'.her wealth, but also on account of the scam! alo us treatment it has experienced at the hands of the Colonial Office, in the nutter of its land and emigration fu-i'!. At the same time-lest it should be thought a question concerning une uot very nu nitrous colonia1' public-il ought to be kept in mind that the argument* by which representative government is advocated in South Australia are of general application, and that it is demanded with equi!, or more urgency, at this moment iii Cape Colony, Triuadad, Guiana (which enjoys o...
MARRIAGE OF THE QUEEN OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
- 1 ! MARRIAGE OF THE QUEEN OF SPAIN. j WE annouced on the 25th inst, that the marriage ¡ of isabella of Spain with the son of Don Carlos j was an affair which had been definitively settled : between Queen Christina and the Spanish exile at | Bourges. The Papal bulls reached Madrid on the i I Otb, but before they were handed over te the j Spanish Government, Christina had to ratify the j conditions agreed upon for the matrimonial con- > tract, which, being accepted and signed, wt-re read over, and the I2ththe bulls were formally delivered up. The principal conditions of the contract may i be summed up as follows :-» í 1. Will be annulled by an official act, the legis- ; lative delaration decreed in 1834, under the minis- ' try of Martinez de la Rosa, hythe estamentos which the said ministry had convoked, and will be de- clared null and void, for the past as the future, the first decree depriving Don («arlos and his successors of their eventual rights to the Crown of Spain. This m...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
BRITISH EXTRACTS. WE have only room tor a very limited notice of general events. Tire following is the Mark Lane report : - GBAIN.-UAREXANB, NOVEMBER 15. Per Quarter. 8. S. Wheat-Red nsw.40 to 42 Fine. 44 48 Old . 40 42 White._..... 46 48 j Fine. 50 54 ! Superfine new. 50 55 Rye. 34 36 Barley . 26 31 j Malting. .. 3Í 38 ; Malt - Ordinary... 54 60 I Fine.G&lt;) 66 ! Peas-Hog. 35 36 Maple ._S6 37 White. 36 38 Boilers. 38 40 Beans-Ticks.... 33 35 Old .-. 36 38 Harrow. 36 45 Oats-Feed. 22 23 Fine . 23 24 Poland. 24 25 Fine. 25 26 Potato. 26 28 Fine. 28 30 The state of Ireland is as satisfactory as could be expected. Much curiosity is excited in re- gard to Mr D. O Connellys object in coquetting with the leaders of the Whig party, by indulging the proposition of Federalism, instead of Repeal. The meetings at the Conciliation Hall were un- usually tame, although held with ordinary regu larity. The revolutionary po ition of Spain was alluded to, and Mr Maurice O'Connell said that i...
GAPE OF GOOD HOPE—DEC. 13. PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
ÖAPE OF GOOD HOPE -DEC. 13. TRICES CORBBST. TT_- _ Ö16CU11S-» Cabin ... ... 24«. per 100 lbs. Seconds . . ... 21s. ditto Ship ... ... 16s. ditto Bricks, 55s. to 70s. per 1000. Cheese English . 1 ld. to I4d. per lb. American .. ... ls. ditto. Flour - Fine ... 20s. rJd. to 21s. per lOOïbs. Seconda ... 15s. to 16$, ditto Pollard ... 9s. to 12s. ditfc* Wheat .. 7s. . per bushel. Barley .... 8s. 6d. to 9s. per muiäk
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
TO lUB EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. j SIR-An extraordinary error has occurred this year in fixing the date of É aster. The almanacks, one and all, point out the 23id instant as the date on which Easter Sunday falls. The Church Ca- lendar also gives it on the same day (and by this table, I presume, the almanacks have been framed). Unaccountable as it may appear, it is decidedly an error. Easter Sunday is always " the first Sunday after the full moon, which happen» upon, or next after, the S 1st day of March ; and if the full moon happens on a Sunday, the Easter day is the Sun- day after.'* Amongst your scientific readers, Mr Editor, I doubt not but that there are some who can explain the apparent inconsistency : and awaiting their reply, -I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, A FEASTER. [We have heard that lhere is an Ecclesiastical full moon, which is difierent from that in the heavens ; and we are informed that the latter and the former require to be reconciled at intervals. It seem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
Salea fe» Auction. Two Iß ny s* Sale. The very superior and well-selected Stock-in~ Trade of Mr Richard Roberts, Hindley-street. MR W. G. LAMBERT will sell hy public auc lion, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 1st iind 2nd days of April, at 12 o'clock each day, on the premises of Mr Richard Roberts, draper and grocer, opposite Mr Payne's Tavern, The entire and v.ery extensive stock-in-trade of Mr Roberts, retiring from business - A large and very choice assortment of broad cloths, kerseymeres, fancy lastings and trouserings, superfine cloth coat3 and trousers, cloth caps, and felop clothing in great variety. Drapery, hosiery, and haberdashery, French boots and shoes, druggets, and palm-leaf hats. j Grocery.-Teas, sugar, coffee, spices, raisins, and currants, lamp wick. j A small assortment of ironmongery. English oats, coals, basket salt, patent mills, and other consignments that will be particularized be- fore the sale. Mr W. G. lambert recommends the pariicnlar attention of the trade ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
44 Sbottt!) glusualtau" «ENERAS. 6*0(3 [I STA ©IL OS HIM II IRS TT. ^T* 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. The motto of this Office shall be ~" Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, Run die-street, Nov. ll, 1844. As the terms of this journal are peauliar, being lower both to subscribers and advertisers than those of its contemporaries, we bpg to direct thc special attention of the public to the sub Joined statement. We bee also to notify that no dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or not duly order« d, 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 publication Tuesd...
LORD STANLEY AT LIVERPOOL. [FROM THE ATLAS] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
- 1 LORD STANLEY AT LIVERPOOL. I [FROM THE ATLAS J 1 AGRICULTURAL dinners and societies for the promotion of the interests of farmers and la- borers hare been exceedingly «Mimerons of late, and there is hardly a territorial lord in the laud who has not proclaimed his specific for the un- happy lot of that unfortunate section of th population. It is truly lamentable to behold the childish ignorance or the hollow hypocrisy of their recommendations, which touch upon every imaginable remedy except the obvious on&lt; of sacrificing a portion of th ir rents. The no bl*' and agrestic mind, euUzhtt-ned by the torch of self-intet «st, has at length discovered that inadeouate wag* s are the true cause of discoo tent, poverty, and incendiaiism ; and suggest? strongly to the class of tenants that they should have bowels of compassion, and pay their la borers a little more liberally. To this the tenant naturally replies-"First lower my rent, »»ive me a lease, or instead of money take a l...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrested up to March 22.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
V, HOLES ALE PRICES CURRENT. (Cometed up te Marth tl.) IMPORTED «OODI. ile, light .... 1-strong . . -battled .. Ryon ..«.... Bags, 3-bushel Blankets .... Blue.. Candles, was -- sperm . «per hhd . per barrel ?per dozeo .... do. .each ..per pair ...per 'b. . ... do. i . . . . do. moulds. do. Canvas...per bolt Casks...per tun Cedar, io log ....... ...... «per foot ? ?? ip boards ................ do. Cigars, Manilla, io bond ....per 1000 Coals........perton Coffee.*.per lb. Copper, sheathing .............. do. - Nails....... do. Cordage, English ........... .per cwt. --Manilla................ do. Corrosive .Sublimate ...... ....per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ..... ..per cw«. Currant*........per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -Il by 3. do. Figs....per lb. Ginger, Jamaica do. -E.I.do. Glass, 10 by 12.per box Glue. «per lb. Gunpowder, fine .......«...... do. -- blasting.%......«. do. Glass, sheet 14 bf IO..per 100 feet . do. 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 U 14 Ditto Town 9 IO 14 14 16 18 -20 7 8...
Shipping Inteligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. &nbsp; &nbsp; March 22. The schooner Phoebe, 70 tons, Bennett, master, from Hobart Town. Passengers - W. Priest, W. Bull, D. McLean, K. Jordan, J. Dowling, T. Parson, J. Simmons. SAILED. MARCH 23. - The brig Dorset, 89 tons, Walsh, master, for Sydney. Passengers - J. Hoskins, W. Wilson, Mrs L. Gooding, Mrs Brown.
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
VESSELS EXPECTED. &nbsp; From London - The ship Isabella Watson, with emigrants; the barque Platina, both about the middle of April ; and the Adelaide, time uncertain. From Leith - The schooner Sans Pareille, daily. From Bremen - A vessel with German emigrants. From Launceston - The brig Henry, via Port Phillip, in a fortnight. From Port Phillip - The cutter Mary, via Portland Bay. From Singapore - The schooner Lightning, in five weeks and the schooner Hawk, about the middle of May.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
IMPORTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Cargo of the Phoebe, from Hobart Town - 1400 feet timber, Younghusband ; 4 horses, Formby ; 19 horses, 18 cases, 1 box of preserves, 1 cask apples, 1 box fruit, Emmett. EXPORTS. Cargo of the Dorset, to Sydney - 1500 bushels wheat, Solomon ; 400 bags sugar, Stocks & Co ; 175 bags coffee, 6 casks molasses, Beck ; 5 casks gum, 1 chain cable, G. Young ; 3 casts hats, Hamilton & Co ; 2 cases, 1 bale, 1 trunk slops, Levi ; 3 cases, Stake mann. Mr Blyth's goods, ex Emma, were not in the Custom House manifest when the copy was taken. The follow- ing is a list of them: -1 bundle wire, 1 bundle sheet iron, 83 iron pots, 32 cart boxes.
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, MARCH 25. 1845. THE "PHOEBE," FROM HOBARTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
The South Australian. ADELAIDE : TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1845. &nbsp; THE " PHOBE," FROM HOBARTON. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THIS vessel brings newspapers (in the usual straggling and irregular way that our files have always come from Hobarton) to the 6th March. The markets will be found in another column. Strong debates were still going on in the news- papers respecting the new duties and the state of the finances. A long report of a finance commit- tee was published. They recommend taxation, but think that " docking" has gone far enough. Captain Swanston, however, objected to the latter ; he said-" You must tax to the amount of £30,000, and dock to the amount of £20,000, or you will saddle the colony with a permanent debt." In another column we have given English in- telligence, chiefly from Murray's Review, to the 21st November. &nbsp;
SUPPLY OF WATER TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
SUPPLY OF WATER TO ADELAIDE. &nbsp; THIS subject is now exciting attention among the citizens, it being understood that water could be brought from either Brown Hill or Greens Hill Creeks - in quantity, sufficient to supply the city - in quality, superior to that taken from the pools of the Torrens, and at an ultimate saving upon the amount paid to the water-car riers. As the water-carrying absorbs a consi- derable proportion of the labor and capital of the colony, which could be much more benefi- &nbsp; cially applied, and as the supply of pure water &nbsp; &nbsp; is an object of the utmost importance, we should &nbsp; be glad to see any feasible plan for such an ob ject laid before the public for consideration. It has also been proposed that an Artesian well should be made, which we think would meet with more support than that of bringing water from the hills. We shall be glad to become the medium of communicating to the public any &...
STRANDING OF THE BARQUE "SARAH SCOTT." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
STRANDING OF THE BARQUE "SARAH SCOTT.'' &nbsp; &nbsp; INFORMATION had reached Melbourne, on &nbsp; Monday evening, that the barque Sarah Scott, &nbsp; on her way from Sydney to this port, had, on the night of Friday, the 17th ult., run ashore in Corner Inlet, on the North Shore, about 16 miles &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; from where the Clonmel was wrecked, lt seems &nbsp; on the previous night the weather was very hazy, with light winds; the vessel was streering between Kent's and Hogan's Groups, when the breeze suddenly died away, and the vessel, losing steer age way, was drifted by the current to Wilson's Promontory, on a sand bank, near which she &nbsp; struck, but floated again at high water, when the &nbsp; &nbsp; flood drove her in where she now lies. At the time time of the vessel striking, the captain did not calculate he was so near th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
* It must also be borne in mind, that the Port Phillipines feed sheep in place of cultivating the ground, and import a large proportion of their corn. From this cause they have a greater shipping trade, while we must have a greater in- ternal traffic. &nbsp; † See Exodus xxi. 14. — Deut. xxii. 25.
BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
BANKING. &nbsp; AN advertisement in another column announces &nbsp; &nbsp; that the Bank of South Australia will reduce in- &nbsp; &nbsp; terest allowed on deposits above £20 to two per cent, from and after the 31st March next. We believe the reason is, that they have more money of their own than they require for the bu- siness that is now done ; and, as they cannot pro- fitably employ the cash deposited with them, they cannot reasonably hold out inducements to capitalists &nbsp; to lodge money with them. In such circumstances, indeed, the Bank should rather make a charge for the trouble of taking charge of cash. The Banks have not here the British funds, Ex- chequer Bills, and other sure modes of investment for their cash that they have in Britain, and con- &nbsp; sequendy cannot, in proportion, employ so exten- sively the cash deposited with them as the Banks in England. We are therefore not surprised at the reduction which h...
CAPITAL PUNISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 March 1845
CAPITAL PUNISHMENTS. AT the late sessions, two men have been convicted &nbsp; of capital crimes — have been condemned to death — and will be executed on the 29th instant. One of them (who has assumed the name of &nbsp; &nbsp; James Douglas) was found guilty of the crime of &nbsp; rape upon the person of a married woman ; and the &nbsp; other, a native, of the crime of murder. We have &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; searched in vain for a single redeeming feature in &nbsp; &nbsp; either case. In the first, the criminal shewed him- self to be thoroughly hardened in crime. Not con- tent with the horrible offence of which he was found guilty, he robbed the poor woman's house, and afterwards, both before the Commissioner and the &nbsp; Judge, harrowed her feelings by the insulting and unfeeling questions which he put to her. It was acknowledged on all hands, that never before, in our courts, had been seen such a...