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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...£ñ O Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, per bri.43 10 O.. 9 O O Dunbar, per doz ....O 16 O.. 0 17 O Colonial, per bbd..."g 0 0.706 Arrowroot psr lb ....O 2 O .. O 2 O Beef, fresh,¿per lb.O O 9 .. O O O Ditto by the carcase salt, per tierce.......7 O O .. O O 6 Brandy per gal. in bond ..O 12 O ., O 14 6 Bran per 100 lbs.O O O.. 0 16 O Butter, fresh, per lb.O 3 O .. O 3 6 salt, per do.O 2 O .. O 2 6 -by the firkin..O 16.. Bread, per 41b loaf.O 1 6 .. O 2 O Candles, wax, per lb ....O 3 6 ... English moulds ..O 1 2 .. O IC spermaceti...» ..O 3 6.« Burford's dips...O O 8.. Cedar, per foot, in log. ...O O 6.. inch boards.O O 6.« Coffee, per lb.O 13.016 Cheese, English, per lb....O 2 O .. O 2 6 Colonial, per ditto.O 1 6 .. O 2 O Cigars, Manilla, per 1000 3 O O 4 O O Cbunsura,per do.. I 10 O .. 2 O O Currants per lb.O 1 3 .. O 1 6 Cordage per cwt.4 10 O.. Canvass per bolt.3 10 O Deals par font.O 1 O.. O 1 2 Flour per ton.48 O O .. 50 O O seconds per do.. .40 O...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

, PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. FLOUR is steady at our quotations. By the last advices from Sydney* an advance of £6 per toa bas taken place, which will check all farther decline in that article here. As large importa tions are expected, the prices most eventually fall. First £40 to £45. Seeonds, £30 to £35. SOGAR has been sold at £34 per ton and the demand is steady. The above quotation is the average for middling qualities, while the fine» may be quoted at £2 higher. TEA maintains ita price, but any material in crease of the present stock will most likely bring it down as the price bas given way in Sydney r £10 to £12 per chest SPIRITS,-The demand is steady at our quo tations. Brandy, 10s to 12s, rum « s to 9s 6d per gallon in bond. WINES.-No alteration has taken place in these. Good wine in bottle is always in great demand at high prices. For tb; value of the different qualities see our price current io the fourth page. ALES-Bottled Ale and Porter go off slowly, the stocks of both being ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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HOBART TOWN MARKETS—March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

HOBART TOWN M ARK ETS-March 10. £ s. d. £ d. Wheat.per bushel 0 10 0 to 0 12 Barley, English.do 0 6 0.. 0 ¿ Ditto Chevalier.do 0 6 6 .. 0 7 0 Oats .".do 0 4 9 .. 0 5 0 -Grass seed.do 0 5 0 .. 0 12 2 Apples.«do 0 10 0 .. 0 14 0 Flour, Tone ..«.per cwt. 1 18 0 2 2 0 Ditto seconds........do 1 IO 0 .. Beef....per lb 0 0 9 ... Mutton...do 0 0 8| .. Batter.do 0 2 3.. Potatoes.do 6 0 0 .. Hay.do '9 0 0 .. 10 0 Wu EAT MARKET-The demand for floor con tinues steady at our quotations, principally for export ; and the small lots of wheat brought io market Ands buyers at about last week's prices. Wheat 9s. to 10s. 6d. per bushel of 601bs. ; floor 1st quality, £30 to £32 per 2000 lbs.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE following precious morceau appears in the Cornwall Chronicle of April the llth:— [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

THE following precious morceau ap pears in the Cornwall Chronicle of A pi il the llth : Tb** Advertiser slates, that " letters harp been received from South Australia, stating ittat workí"g emigran s were flock j ri a in Adelaide, em rea tint; captains of ves e's to give them a passage to Van Diemen's L*nd-" Info-«na(ion to the same effect has reached this po. I. Commander« of vesse s need not hesi^ (ate to alio'd passages to as many industrious mea of goat! characl- r as th«-v ran accommodate. Of »on the guarantee of p*vment for the same on (heir ar-ival, or their obtaining employment. IQ , (tie pres- nt scarcity of labor, thousands of indus. ' triout men of character would meet with i,ti«ne diate employ niel' at high wages. We understand that many of the »-migrants if) Sou i h Australia are in t'¡e utmost state ot desti Iii!.on. and (b^t unless tlx: population is thinned hy etui"ra-ion fiom the seitJero-nt, thousands will die oí famine i i >he conting ni >ler. It would be an...

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SYDNEY MARKETS—Tuesday, March 17 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

SYDNEY MARKETS-Tuesday,March 17 FLOUR-(At Barkerand Fl al le n's) fine 36s. per 100 lbs. ; second 30s., ration 19s. ditto. (At Dodds and Blacketts) fine flour 36s. per 100 lbs, second 34s. ration 25s. ditto. (At Hughes and Hosking's) fine 35s. per 100 lbs seconds 3s0. ration 25s. Wheat 13s. to Ins. per bushel. Bran 2s. per bushel. Maize 8s. per bushel. HAY-Oaten Hay per 112 lbs. 9s. to U& Wheat Straw ditto 30s. to 40s. per load. VEGETABLES -Potatoes 8s to 16s. per cwt* Cabbages 2d, to Id. each ; Carrots 4d. per buncto Turnips 4d. per bunch ; Lettuces 2d. to4d. each; Celery 6d. to ls. per stick ; Leeks 2d. per bunch ; Peas 2s. tc 2s. 6d. per peck ; French Beans 2s h; 3s. per peck ; Broad Beans 2s. to Ss. 6d. ditto. Cucumbers 3d. to 4d.each. BUTCHER'S MEAT.-Beef per carase per lb.4d.c ditto per joint per ditto 5d. to 6d. Muttjn per carcase per lb. 5d. ; ditto per joint per lb 5d to 6d. ; Pork lOd. per lb. ; Veal [Od. per lb. POULTRY-Fowls per couple 5s. to 6s.; Ducks ditto 7s,...

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LATEST CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

mmmimimÊmmmt^mmmmÊm^mk LATEST CHINA NEWS. Through the kindness of J. Allan, Esq., we are enabled to lay before our readers the following important docu ments, which bring our China intelli gence down to Jan. 25th. The first is uuder date of Nov. 30, 1839, and an nounces that the High Commissioner, Lin, has been deprived of two steps of his official rank. Toonkco Bay, China. 30th NOT. 1839. Dear Sir-TbeHighCornrnisMODer aodGovernor ha«e just issued an importaot edict, stating "that on ihe 20th instant they received an imperial order viz., " lt dwi j prepared bonds are given for the ships which are true and can be depended upon, thea the existing evils will be gradually letnoved ; but if bonds are not so given, and there are further changes and vacillations, then it will be tight to instruct by martial terrors, and to close the trade for ever, that the stupid and' wayward may be m de to fear and tremble." They in consequence decree that unless the newly enacted bond be duly signed and...

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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.—Dec. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

I LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.-Dec. 11 There was only a moderate quantity of-wheat on sale this morning I rom Es-ex, Kent, and Snf- j folk, but a fair-supply of barley and beans from th-.ce counties, with a good fresh arrival ot Trish i oats, and a few cargoes of Eng ish and Scotch, but the imports of grain during the past week have bf-en to a trifling extent... .The weather within the last few days-having been somewhat drier, the condition of tbe new wh-at was rather improved, and tbe first samples met a free sale at at. advance of'ls. per quarter. All other sorts of English were fully as-dear as last week,»with a fair clear ance of this days t-nppli.... There was a good j dem md for foreign atan advance of ls ^perxquarter j on most -descriptions, but particularly for heavy ! red-and hard-qualities, adapttd for the-markets j round land. . . .Malling barley was fully as good as on Friday, being about Is per qr. over this days se'night, and other descriptions if io go .d condi tion, have co...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

&öelaiöe pipping Itqport ARRIVALS. APRIL 23-The schooner Truelove, 135 tone, Colton, ffm Hokianga, via Port Lincoln, with a car<:o of potatoes, timber, ¿fe. Passengers. Mr JN. Bentham, Mr I'enn, dlr Hopkins, and others. APRIL 28-~Tbe barque Sovereign. 245 tons, Chand, from Launceston, with 499 ban* of flour, 2 casks provisions, 7 bags turnips, 83 ha es I potato,-s, 31 bags carrots, 1:4 bags bran, SCO bà^s oats, 1 cask Hath bricks, I case honer. I box wearing apparel, 34 bags onions, 13.500 broad paling,4t>66 narrow paling, 14.000 shingles, 13.400 laths, 9847 feet timber, 32 and half to .s hay, 1 case stock whips. Passengers, Mr and Mrs Smythe. APRIL 28-The Cutter Alice, 30 tons, from Port Lineóla. SAILED. APRIL 19-The sohooaer Eluabeth Lloyd, Armstrong, for Hobart Town. APRIL 21-the barque Baboo, 420 tons, For rester, for Celcutta. APRIL 21-The schooner Water Witch, 98 tons, Rolls, for Launceston. ^ . APRIL 23-The schooner Challenger, 89 tons, Winter, for Hoba....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

Bank of South Australia. TyrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,thaton and after Monday tlie FOURTH DAY of MAY NEXT, the hours of business at this Bank will he FROMTENTILLTHREEO'CLOCK DAILY -instead of from 10 till 4 o'clock. EDWARD STEPHENS, Cashier. BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 22nd April, 1840. FOR SALE, at the Sto?es of the undersign ed, back of the Cornwall Houl, Rundle street, the following goods hy the latest arrival» from England and the neghbou-iag colonies* Wines and Sp'nitsof the best quality Elliot, and Barclay and Pei kins Stout and j A'e in hogsheads and barrels j B«-st Burton Ate in barrels Dunbars bottled Ale and Porter j Russell's prime mess Pork j Yolk and Westphalia Hams j ATew Cork Butter American and line V. D. Land Fl«ar ' j Mustard Snap Starch Blue & washing Soda Refined Sugar and Ginger j Candied Orange and Lemon peel English ser-d Barley, Po!lard, Oats Havannah Cigars and negrobead Tobacco j Giass-ware of every description Bowling-green and skittle balls j Dressing ca...

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LADIES' FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

LA Ol RS* FASHIONS FOR DECSMBKR. Velvris, satins, and various maret tais ino' are worn, asid "br full dress the Eglinton »elvet raye pearl grey ; for dinner, the same materisil, hiaok on an orange giouud ; also violet rep*, with broad sitio suites, plaid and plain >atias. Cotton velvets are also worn in Pans. In mom e«ines de laine, tl.ose embroidered w¡ih silk on plain ground are the newest. Ceintures are «oro of ribbon roiled round the waist, and tying tn iron' with loug ends. A no velty in evening drees is worthy of notice ; the very clear tulle dresses ate made with three »kiri?., each shorter than the other, and trimmed at the bottom, by which means the weight of a full trimming on so slight a material ia obviated, and the light appearance preserved, with the richness' of a tull trimming Manteaux are no longer confined to the usefu' and comfortable, but many very elegant ones are made ; none more so than the long cloak of dark satin, lined with pirk or lilac, confined at the...

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AMERICAN AFFAIRS. New York, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

? AMERICAN AtFFAIRS. | New York, Nov. 16. DURING the present mouth we havi had three state elections, and, althougl exclusively local-that is to say, con fined to state officers, yet in their poli tical effects they are important. Th first was in the state of New York On this state it is supposed the res ul of the presidential question may g rea tl depend. With it, Mr. Van Burel would probably succeed ; but withou it, unless there is some unexpected re volution, he must be defeated. Full; aware of this fact, the President dur ing the past su miner has traversed th whole state to an electioneering cam paiïn. In a former letter I referre< to this movement. On terminating his tour, Mr. Vai Buren returned to Washington, firm ii the belief that New York would b< found rallying, after the election undei the flag of the Administration. Ii this opinion his political friends con curred. In the last Legislature thc Whigs had a strong majority in thc House of Representati...

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

LAUNCESTON MARKETS-March 19 Grain-There bas been a little activity in the market this week in consequence of several orders for exportation, .and the millers are now busy in providing flour for the South Australian market. Fine flour may be quoted at from £30 to £32 per ton. Several large orders from Sydney, for wheat at 16s. per bushel, remain unexecuted-it may be quoted at from 1Q»> to 12s. Oats are in brisk demand at 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel, and barley is enquired after ; bat we beard' of no such sales toestablish any quotation as the'market price. What potatoes are already in tbe market are taken off for South Australia, at from £10 to £12 per ton. ?*?* Spirits-The market is rather better supplied with rum, bot the price continues, firm at about 6s. per proof gallon. Brandy continues scarce, and in general & an. inferior description. Cask gin of dull sale? bot cases have advanced a little fr Tobacco-of prime quality maintains oar former quotation of 2s. 3d. j inferi...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atqiie decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. 1. ep. I, v II. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

?^e Southern Rastrallan. Quid verum atqiie decens rir.ro, et rogo, et omma in hoc mm-Hon. Kt»., lib. I. ej>. I, v ll. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, APRIL 30,. 1840. IN a late number of the Southern Aus tralian, we stated upon what we were ready to suppose was good authority, - the authority of the Register,-I he would-be organ of His Excellency's Government^-that the Great Memorial was to be sent home by the Katherine Stewart Forbes. Our contemporary, it seems,-notwithstanding his populari ty-hunt ÍOÍT with the Government,-is as liable to be itu posed upon as ourselves; for, in a few days afterward«, but through another medium, it was thought necessary to publish aa official docu ment, with the view of shewing tb at that we bad been m i sin formed. As regards ourselves, we bad but one course to pursue-and that was, to j correct the error in I o winch we had been inadvertently led, at the hame time giving the authority, on which the statement was made, but protesri ij» 1 against what we co...

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COUNTRY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

COUNTRY MARKETS. HUSTON, Dec. 7-There has been a grea failing off in the delivery of wheat ibis week, am the quality much worse io condition, so that tin really dry samples have commanded more uiunei by Ls. to 2s. per quarter. CARLISLE, Dec.7.-We had a-Jo'erabie suppl; of wheal at our market to day, some of which wai of inff ri >r qna'ity, and had to 'tispose of. "Oat were also very plentiful, »nd consequently wen off slow at lau we-, k's prices. DONCASTER, Dec. 6.-The arrival of all sorti of grain to this day's market was good, pariicu lariy ba* ley, and we have not for a long tim« seen such a good show, but up to <he time of om going to press, few, if any sales were effected Wheat standing at the highest at 27s. per load Oat« and wheat had not realised so much monet as last week, and before the close of the marke; wiíi suffer a decline of ôd. DUBLIN, D,c. cj.-The supply of prime wheal was very small, but of middling and inferior then was a great dr al offering withou...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

INDIA. THE death of H is ^ Excellency Sir JOHN KEANE, Commauder-iu-Chief of the army tn Bombay, was reported to have taken place at Ferozepore, but not believed. PRIZE MON er.-It is reported," and. we sin cerely wish the leport ffiay be troe, that prize money to the amount of ten lacs of Rupees has been found io Khelat. Sir J»hn Keane's share of this prize fif be be entitled to il) is sixty thousand rupees -^Calcutta Gazette, STATS PRISONERS.-We understand that the two State Prisoners, Prince Hydar Khan and Hajjee Khan Kbakar, now accompanying the second column of the army of the Indus, will be sent to the station of Loodiannah, and kept in " open arrt st" there.-Ibid. A letter from Cabot, mention* that nearly all the prisoners con6oed in the Fortress of Gbnzni had effected their escape! 1-¡bid» Our last accounts from Cabul, state positively that troth Russian and Peisiau annies are ad-r vaocing, the former upon Khiva and latter upon Herat.-From intercepted letters it bas been disco...

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Commercial Intelligence. STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

Commercial Btteïïtgcme. STATE OF TRADE. LEEDS, F.nglisk Wool, 'Dee.6.-The great dis proportion he tween the prices of goods and yarns, compared with thereof Wool in these-markets, has oaused the manufacturers to reduce their consump tion very considerably, and therefore to buy the raw materials still more sparingly. 'The prices a*ked hy th»- farmers for their Wool are much higher than its value here, consequently s'ocks are lichter for the season, and prices are firmer than would otherwise have been the case. ' Thei' tendency, however, is still downwards.... Foreign T'Po0¿, De«. 6.-During the past week the demand for Foreign Wool bas not undergone any material change, although we think the sales have not been quite so important as in the week prc vious, but the prices obtained bave been equal ly as good. LEEDS, (Woolen.) Dec* 7.-On Saturday last we had as doll a m ar A et at the Cloth-halls as we ever remember in the worst of times. On Tues day there was a little more business done ...

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NEW POSTAGE REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

NEW POSTAGE REGULATIONS« I As the preliminary measure of Post age Reform is now in full operation, the following; abstract of its provisions may perhaps prove useful to oür readers: The new rates of Poatrge are the fol lowing : On letter« not exceeding half ounce, fourpence. On letters above half an ounce, and/ not exceeding one ouuce, eightpence. On letters above one ounce, and not exceediug two ounces, one and four pence. On letters two ounces, and not ex ceeding three ounces, two shilling«. On letters three ounces, and not ex ceeding four ounces, two and eight pence. And so on in proportion. It must be borne in mind, that, after the first ounce in the preceding scale, no distinction is made between the ounce and a fraction of an ounce. A letter, for instance, which turns the ounce weight, is liable to four post ages, and a letter weighing a. fraction above twoxmt.ces is liable to six post ages, aud so on. As all postages will be charged by weight, the number of pieces of paper of...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

I - i ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. The French Ministry have appointed com« missioners lo proceed to »heir West India Island* to report »n the b st means of drawing up a 'aw for emancipating the oegn e*. We are enabled to state that Sir John Colborne is to be müde a peer.- Morning Chronicle. Mr Pouie't Thomson will hold the Upper Ca nada parliament in perron, »nd he has weil oonded hope« of being able to carry lbs ^e -eral articles of uoion between the two provinces.- Ibid. Toe Marquis of Breadalbane will he appointed lord lieutenant of Argyllshire --Ibid. We regret tn learn t at Lord brougham's only daughter «lied at Brighton on Saturday evening. She bad been in bad health for a long time. We unders-aud that lord and Lady Brougham ha»e returned to town_Ibid. We can perceive a deeded amendment in the tone ot feeling in tiie money mat kel here, since the receipt of the letters by the Great Western, which must be ascribed io some measure to the improvement iu the exchanges at New Yoik, and th...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

VARI ETI ES. EQPKSTRIAN lilNTS -There is o race of yoong spoilsmen «bu, thoa ¿li they don t shine in »'tr yea s, can make tm s s go that nobody *-Ue will ride-hut hers' ho vs. A hmse (bat cant be kept opon his h gs wi i carry them along as briskly as a five-je r «» d, md ne-^ er make a ra\sr s"e¡» j lhere mist be something between the an mal that . obody but a butcher's boy oan understand- The rems hanging as loose a» a hailer, and, with their bas kets across their arm, they sail on toll gallop as easilx as a madam ¡o r «edan chair. I «wats t ink wheo <hey a<e on the ba k of a boise tba' wben thev ar<* the most saucy, in !ep>-nden*, and happv cr« ato es in the world, I r*mark*-d this the other d ty. when a spruce \oung g-otleman was riding along, and his horse shied a aro (carl and threw bnu over the pummel of bi* saddle. A bulcher** boy riding after flings out-" Ï say I mister, tb" next lime longoé» hy a bos, I'd re commend you to gel inside and ...

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SHEEP FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 April 1840

SHEEP FARMING. I HB winter being the most critical time in this colony for the sheep farmer, the writer proposes to give an occasional paper on the proper method of managing this valuable animal, (in the hope that it may be of service to the newly-commenced flock, master) i in something like the following order: Purchasing-general management - proper rams-scab-foot rot-land cracks-great head-hydrocephalus or water in the brain, commonly known as staggers-catarrh.-impregnation lambing-cutting and docking-wean ing-wool -washing and shearing packing, &c, &c. In the first judicious purchasing of sheep much of the after success de pends, the flocks which have per formed the overland journey or have! been sometime in the colony are gene rally to be preferred-the first being seldom scabbed ; and the latter, if im ported per ships in a scabbed state, having had a chance of being cleared. The principal enemies the flockmaster has to coutend with here, are-scab, foot rot, and ...

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