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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
Sale« fm Auction. WITHOUT RESERVE. E. SOLOMON AS received instructions to offer by public auc- tion, at the late residence of Mr Lambert, Grenfell-street, this day, the 28th day of March, at 12 o'clock, precisely, the following household furniture, which must be positively sold on the day advertised, as the owner, and present occupier, Mr. Wyer, purposes leaving tbe colony by the Emma on Sunday, the 30lh instant, at which time that vessel is announced to sail, con- sisting of Loo tables Single and double bed. Dining tables steads Card tables Feather beds and bed Toilet tables linen Trafalgar chairs Table linen Horse-hair spring sofa Table covers Spirit stands Tumblers Decanters Oil paintings Scent bottles Silver spoons Chimney glasses Silver forks Book cases Plaited and German sil Tea-urn ver ditto Cushions Ladies* work boxes Table linen Tea urn Oil cloth Cooking'utensils Bedroom chairs And other articles too numerous to particularize1 in an advertisement. ALSO, A small collection o...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. MARCH 25. - The cutter Mary, 56 tons, Mainstone, from Melbourne. Passengers - Mr Bolger, wife, and three children, Messrs Simpson, Raphael, Coate, Pope, and Cook. &nbsp; &nbsp; March 26. - The brigantine Timbo, 123 tons, Tulloch,, from Launceston. Passengers - Messrs T. Sanders, E. Powell, Captain Wilkinson, J. Dugan, Mary Ann Dugan, J. Taylor, O. Lines, and J. Woorster. Same Day. - The brig Henry, 107 tons, Tregurtha, from Launceston. Passengers - Messrs Little, Monks, Boot, Miller, Cunditt, Robinson, Cormack, Tucker, R. Powell and wife, Powell, Burgess, West, Wagel, Holden, &nbsp; Maurice, Russell, Jones, Carn, Blackburn, Sandford, wifee and four children, Thomson, Cartland, Kenny, Smith, and Brown. March 27. - The cutter Albatross, 13 tons, Tapley, from Port Lincoln, in ballast ; one passenger. SAILED. March 25. - The cutter William, 33 tons, Cole, for Launceston. Passengers - B. Coglin, W. Coulton, and B. Kennedy. Cargo - 2...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
IMPORTS. Cargo of the Mary. - 5 bales woollens, 1 case shirts, Stakeman ; 1 case, Perry; 2 boxes apparel, 1 bed and mattrass, Jones. Cargo of the Timbo, from Launceston. - 3 hhds. brandy, 30 horses, Sanders ; 4 hhds. wine, 4 qr.-casks do., 1 &nbsp; hhd. merchandise, 1 mat do., 30 kegs nails. Order ; 7 &nbsp; &nbsp; coils rope, 1 bundle harpoons, 1 package saddles, 39 &nbsp; ash oars, J. Baker. Cargo of the Henry, from Launceston. - 20 eases apples, 3000 broad paling, 11 casks apples, 2 bags, 2 bags apples, 1 chest fruit, 1 box do, 21 horses, 1 spring cart, 2 cases merchandise, Order.
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
The South Australian, ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1845. SINCE our last, one vessel has arrived from Port Phillip and two from Launceston, with forty-nine passengers in all, fifty horses, and a large quantity of apples,, &c. For particulars, see our shipping report. The papers per mail are only up to the 15th from Launceston ; but by the kindness of a friend, we have received Launceston and Hobarton papers &nbsp; to 20th March. They contain some interesting English intelligence to 25th November. We have also received English papers to 23rd November. Intelligence to June 10th had been received from this colony. Reports of the V. D. Land markets to 20th March, will be found in our fourth page. The news from the colonies is uninteresting. We find the following important and most gra tifying paragraph in the Hobarton Courier of 20th March, extracted from an English paper. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT. - Captain Bulley, of Dartmouth, brought, in the Cremona, from Sydney, 3600 bushels ...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
ACCIDENTS. - About eight o'clock on Tuesday morning, a boy, named Giles Howley, about eight years of age, &nbsp; son of John Rowley, residing in Gilles street, went with &nbsp; his mother to cut down a tree in the neighbourhood, &nbsp; with a cross-cut saw. When the tree was felled, one of the boughs unfortunately struck the boy on the back of &nbsp; the head, and though not immediately fatal, he never spoke more, and died about two o'clock in the afternoon of the same day. - On Wednesday afternoon, two boys, named Emmett and Pendlase, were playing at South terrace, near the wall of a ruinous house said to belong to Mr Wickham. It is reported that another boy was dig &nbsp; ging with a pickaxe on the opposite side of the wall, when it unhappily gave way, and fell on the two boys above &nbsp; named, killing Emmett on the spot, and fracturing the &nbsp; leg of Pendíase. A coroner's inquest, on the bodies of &nbsp; Rowley ...
PRECTS OF ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE IN OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 March 1845
PRECIS OF -RN'ti LIS ff INTELLIGKNCE IN ¡ OC'O ii KR AND NOVEMBER. THE number ni new railways in England, Scot-, lum!, and Ireland, proposed n;id commenced, i s quite asioiiish r>'.r. 'I'tie following aie a por timi of lh«"se projected or begun : Preston ' Brook, and Liverpool ; Chester, Shrewsbury, &c. ; Cambridge and Lincoln ; Londonderry acid InnesUilieu ; Blackburn, Darwin, and Bolton, London aitd"Vock; Sheffield und Manchestpr ; S Ibv and Goole ; through Cornwall; West Yorkshire ; extension of Exeter and Falmouth, Churnet Valley; Birkenhead, i\?anche«ter. ao l Cheshire; Bollon, Wigan, and Liverpool, Ches, ter. Stockport, and Manchester ; the Great Western ait&lt;| Southern (lush); Loudon ami Norwich; Yotkaml Scaiborough ; St. Helen"«. 'South') ort. Wigan, Ramftud. and Liverpool;! Curter and Hol\bend ; Midland Railway Ex ten-ion ; Noil h i3i it i - ll ;iti(l Newcastle; Aber- deen; Oxford-, M'oire^ter, anil Wolvethuiiipton ; Great Gi by and Sh« -iii «dd Junctio...
THE PENTONVALE EXILES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
THE PENTONVALE EX'LES. j A FRIEND has put into our hands the second nura- > ber of the Neptune Herald, a neat manuscript; publication, the production of the exiles who came lately, per the Sir George Seymour, to Hobarton and Port Phillip. i The Herald is a creditable production. The style of writing is of a fair order. There runs, through it a vein of humour, and, as a variety, there j are several articles of a religious nature. We copy J at present two little pieces of poetry :- j CONTENTMENT. While changing aspects all things wear, j Can we expect to find Unclouded sunshine all the year, Or constant peace of mind ? More gaily smiles the blooming spring, When wint'ry storm* are o'er Retreating sorrow thus may briog Delights unknown before. j Then let us banish fear away, I Nor sink in gloomy care ; I Though clouds overspread the scene to-day, | To-morrow it may be fair. H. li.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
INDIA. W» have looked through our files from Calcutta to 10th December, but can perceive nothing of in terest : ail is dull as ditch water ; and the only readable matter are some extracts from Punch, \ i which we intend transferring to our columns. Sir H. Hardinge was giving great satisfaction, having devoted much attention to the education of the natives, and to internal improvements. His mUitary i reputation must have an effect, for tranquillity now 1 prevails throughout India. j
MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.—MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
I MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.-MARCH 12. X 8. d. j Wheat, V. D. Land, per bushel. 0 3 3 : Flour, 1st " per ton, 20001bs. 8 10 Oj «« 2nd " 7 10 0 .* American, barrel, per 200 lbs... (none) Barley, per bushel. 0 2 6 Oats, " . 3s to 0 3 3 Live Stock Sheep, mixed flocks, clipped, with sta- tion, each,.6s to 0 8 0 Wethers, 70 lb., shorn, each. 8 0 0 Cattle, mixed herds, each. 1 0 0 " Fat bullocks, per cwt. 0 7 0 " Milch cows, each... 2 10 0 " Working bullocks, per pair.... 4 4 0 Pigs, each.5s to 1 10 0 Horses, good hacks, each.£12 to 20 0 0 Soap, per cwt. 17 0 Salt, native, per ton. 4 0 0
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
THE WOOL MARKET. No alteration has taken place since our last re port, and prices remain firm. Very large sums, the balances of the late sales, have been paid to the credit of parties in this colony, through the banks and by bankers' acceptances, which it is expected will prevent the price of bills from rising for some time to come, lt is calculated that there must be a balance of £120,000 more than was drawn against the wool of th« last sales in England, Refined Sugar-Australian Sugar Company's Prices-Fine loaves, en th- spot, 4^d per lb. ; do. for exportation, 4id, free on board ; fine pieces, 30s to 35s pe/ cwt. ; crushed lump, 40s oer cwt. : molasses, none. E. KNOX, Manager.
ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
ARTICLES OF EXPORT. bacon ...................... per lb. Bark...................per ton Barley... bushel Barley meal.. ................ 5ß lbs. Beef... tierce* Biscu't.......... .. cwt. Bran. busbe! Brick. 1000 Butter, salted. per lb. Candles, moulds.............. do. - dips. do. C. iieese...............d.O. Copper ore..................ton Flour, flue .................... do. -seconds ................ do. Gum. do. Gum timbtr.per load Hay.; per ton Hides.each Horns and boob ............per cwt. Lead ore...T....«ton Maize......... pa: oushcl Oats. do. Oil, black...per ton -sperm. do. Oxen. «aeb Pollard.per 20lba. Potatoes .............. .par ron Sheep, fat......each Slates.psr 1000 -slabs....... .... per foot Starch ..................... pir lb. Tallow.,.per cwt. Wheat.. per bushel Woo!, 1st quality. per lb. - 2nd quality. do - in grease ..« do« VV halebone..?.........»? per toni 6d 35s lo 40s 2s to 3s9d 3s 6d £4 13s to 17« 8d 18a to 20s 9d 6d 6d 6d co 8d £7 10s to £8 10s £6 to £7 £18...
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. March 20, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
1 PRICES OS" COLO WAL PRODUCE IN ADKLAIDT. Wai eft 2»), 1845. Whett (rlest.) . 2* 61 to 5. 9d bushel grinding umpln . «* S.l io 2« 7&lt;i ditto inferior («mutty). St (. 2t 3-i ditto Floor, fina. £7 10«to£;8 10.^«« ?«coads. ffi to J¿7 par diiio PollarJ . Iapsr2ulb« Bran. ed sar bashel Bar ey. Eng Í ¿sb. Sc 9.1 to 8« tfd «tiito ( ape. . I» 6d lo I« Od ditto SLin'et». 2« 9d ditto Bread.-.,. 44 to Sd p r 4-M. l«*f Biscuit .. IQ« to 15s par «vet Oat« . 2i6l bushel Maixa. th 6.1 di t* Pct«, whit«. Sd per lb bio* . 4d ditto Fi ty.... £| 5ito£t lOsper tra Oaten ditto. Xl IO* io £7 din« SCTCHtR't HEAT. Beef. 3|d «o 4d per 15» Mutton . 2} ! to 3d ditto Veal . 4d lo 6d dit.:» Lamb. 2|d to 3d ditto FoULTRT. Fofflc. 2s to 2s 6d par patr Ducks. Iiloti per pair Getto ........................ 4a 'o 6«»ach Turkey«. ôttelOaeaib Pigeons..«.?..« . * ls 3d per ptir DAIRY mODOCE. Buttar, fresh . la to la 3d per lb Cheeto. 6\1 lo 9d per lb Mi'k. 4M per quart Eggs. Sd per deata CATTLE, ere. Bullock...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
NEW SOUTH WALES. BY way of Van Diemen's Land, we have received news from the above colony to March 8th, with a report of the markets. The news is not important. We omitted to give the markets, which are inte- resting, in our last. This we regret, particularly as the same omission is made by our contemporaries. We now subjoin them : COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. There is no material alteration in any of the markets, and a moderate amount of business has been done during the week at fair prices. Wheat and Flour.-These articles remain without any variation in price; Van Diemen's Lund wheat is firm at 4s per bushel. Hysonskin Tea.-In this market there ts still much quiet, and prices remain much tue same. The anticipated arrivals have prevented Hie traue fro'" purchasing except for immediate wants. Congous, from the like cause, are only puichased in small lots. Sugar-I;i this market there has been but little doing during the week, but no reduction in price need be anticipated, the holder» bei...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to March 29.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. C Carreeted «p f March 29. J IMPORTED «OOt>«. Ale, light . -- strong. -bottled. Bacon ... .... Bags, 3-bushel ., Blankets. Blue... Candles, wax -sperm ........... -moulds ......... Canvas ...........>.« Casks. Cedar, in log. -in boards ........ Cigars, Manilla, in bond Coals .............«. Coffee, ............... Copper, sheathing ...... -Nails............ Cordage, English ...... -- Manilla. Corrosive Sublimate .... Crystals ot Soda .... .. Currants. Deals, 9 by 3. - il by 3 . Fig. Ginger, Jamaica ...... - E. r. Glass, IO by 12.... . .. Glue. Gunpowder, fi oe....... - blasting..». Glass, sheet 14 by 10 ..per hbd . 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. .... do. . ....per lb. .. ..per cwt. ......per lb. .. . . . per foot ..... do. .....per lb. . do. ...... do. .... per box .....per ...
(Copy ot a Letter from G. W. Hope, Eiq., to Admiral Hawker.) Downing-street, May 10, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
(Copy ot a Letter from G. W. Hope, Eiq.. to Admiral Hawker.) Dowmog-itreet, Hay 10, 1844. J Sir-I am directed by Lord Stanley to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 25th ultimo, ou the aub. ject of a supply of labour for South Australia, his Lord, ?hip directs me to say, that he regrets he must refer you to the letter which was addressed to you by him on the 9th January hst, as containing the only answer which it is in his power to return to your present letter. X am, &c., I (Signed) G. W. Hors. >
(Enclosure in the above Letter.) Adelaide, December 6, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
(Enclocare in the pbove Letter.) Adelaide, December 6, 1844. "Waget have not fallen in proportion to everything elie. Owing to the want of emigration, we are obliged to pay from £20 to £26 a year, when we onght to pay only £15, which is the rate of wages at Sydney and Port Phillip." " To keep wages at a fair price, we ought always to have a surplus of labour, for a great many more hands would ba employed than are now, at a lower rate of wages." " Many crops of wheat are left to be eaten by the cattle, from the owners being unable to pay the price asked by the reapers." " I saw the Governor yesterday, who said a good deal about the want of emigrants. It is agreed by all parties, that we want emigration sadly ; and that unless we get some soon, it will occasion a great deal of distress here." " Fifteen pounds are ample wages now, fox provisions are absurdly cheap." " The general opinion is, that we want between 1000 and 2000 emigrants, before we shall get our wages to a fair price in ...
(Copy of a Letter from Admiral Hawker to Lord Stanley.) 25, Cavendish square, April 24, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
- I (Copy of a Letter from Admiral Hawker to Lerdf Stanley.) 25, Cavendish square, April 24,1844. My Lord-I did myself the hosor of writing to your Lordship, on the 5th January last, stating the anxiety of the Bettlers in South Australia, from the great want of laborers, and the continued stoppage of emigration. I have now received letters from my sons in the co- lony, dated so late as last December 5th. and I take the liberty of enclosing some extracts to your Lordship, by which you will perceive how much the demand for la- borers increases, in proportion to the progress of agricul- ture ; and, besides the increasing number of sheep, that the price of labor was such aa to oblige some farmers to leave their corn uncut. It is unnecessary for me to ! troublevour Lordship with any observations upon the disttHvhich must take place unless a supply of emi trmntmFsent ont to the colonV. I have, fcc., (Signed) E. HAWKBB, Rear-Admiral.
HOBARTON MARKETS.—MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 1 April 1845
nOBAÎlTON MARKETS.-MARCH 2\ There is no change to report in our market pro- duce, which is in general dull. Wheat remains as per (act quotation, 3* 4&lt;l for the average. The same wheat is worth 7s 3-J in thc English maiket, mure than doub'e the price. Cati uo effort he made to send larger quantities t*» Eî" s land ? Fine flour al the mills, £7 10« to £9 10*.