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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

[ THE WOOL MARKET. No alteration has taken place since our last re- port, and prices remain firm. Very large suma, the balances of the late safes, have been paid to the credit of parties in this colony, thiough the banks and by bankers' acceptances, which it is expected will prevent the price of bills from rising for some time to come. It is calculated that there must be a balance of £120,000 more than was drawn against the wool of the last sales in Eng'and. Refined Sugar-Australian Sugar Company's Prices-Fine loaves, on th- spot, 4|dper lb.; do. for exportation, 4^d, free on board ; line pieces, 30* to 35s pe/ cwt. ; crushed lump, 40s per cwt. ; molasses, none. F. KNOX, Manager.

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY.—COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

-. i I SYDNEY.-COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ¡ There is no material alteration in any of the roaikets, 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 Land wheat ts firm at 4* per 'bushel. Hysonskin Tea.-In this market there is still much quiet, and prices remain much tiie same. The anticipated arrivals have prevented the tracie from purchasing except for immediate wants. Congous* from,Ute like cause, are only purchased in small lots. Sugar-In this market there has been but little doing during the week, but no reduction in price need be anticipated, the holders being very firm, and have, it is said, purchased the cargo, ex Meg Merrilie*, from Manilla, to arrive. Coffee-The demand continues limited, but some speculative purchases having been made, higher prices are demanded-6|d to 7d per lb. Tobacco - There is but little enquiry, but prices are without alteration. Cigars-A ...

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EX PARTELUD IN RE LORD. (An opinion, by Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

EX PA RTE LUD IN RE LORD. {An opinion, by Punch.) Punch is requested by an intelligent corres- pondent, and cabman, to explain a certain analogy which exists between gentlemen of the long robe and gentlemen of the long whip. The latter, as we observed a vt eek or two ago, in- dulge in a peculiar variation from (he standard of Walker in the pronunciation of the word CAB ; and a corresponding liberty is taken by the for- mer with {he monosyllable LORD: as cabmen, vociferating in their vocation, cry *' Keb, sir !" -so barristers, addressing the beuch, say, '* My Lud." Wherefore? - now for a morsel of logic. Be it noted, that a barrister, in speaking of a nobleman by a title, expresses himself like any wigless gentleman. It is plain, therefore, that he does not call a judge his Lud from want of knowing better. Consequently, he terms him so on purpose. If this is not a first-rate sorites, cali Punch Sibthorp. As there is no other valid reason assignable for counsel's thu¿ curtailing her ...

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DAYS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

DA.YS OP DISCOUNT. Bank of South Australia.-Tuesday and Friday, j Bank of Australasia.-Monday and Thursday

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DAUBIGNY REPRIMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

D'AUBIGN Y REPRIMANDED. Mons. Guizot has* undertaken to order Capt. ! Bruat to reprimand M. D'Aubigny for his con- duct to Pritchard. The solemnity will, we un derstand, be performed in the following manner : Bruat will be seated at a ta!>le, with bottles and glasses before him. lie will then order D'Au- bigny to be brought into his presence. Bruat will then rise, and with great sternness address the prisoner thus - M. D'Aubigny, it is my painful duty to se- verely reprimand you. and you are reprimanded accordingly. (D'Aubigny bows.) Now, com- rade, sit down. (Puskes the bottles.) Chateau, Margaux, or Lafitte? D'Auhigny-Lafitte. Bruat - (Jilling) " Trinquons! A Ia glorie de France !" And, until a late hour in the eveaing, D'Au- higny continues to be reprimanded.

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OT SOUTH AUSTRALIA Draw on London, at 30 days' sight, at par. Purchase OD London at sight, at 3 pei cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every 30 days beyoud. THE BANK or AUSTRALASIA Draw, at SO days sight, on London at par. " At 30 days eight, on its branches at Sydney, Mait- land, Melbourne, Hobart Town, Launceston and Pei th, at 1 per cent premium. Porch««« drafts at si'ht on London, at 3 par cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for each thirty days. " On Australasian Colonies, at this ty days, a 2 per cent, discount.

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

HARBOUR DUES. Coming venal* andar 16 toas ld par Un outwards, »ad | ld inward». AU other vessels 3d per ton «ach way. ! Vessels anchoring outti le the bar, half duet.

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On «pirita, the produce sad manufacture o'.th« United Kingdom or any British possession, per gallon. 0 S . All other spirits.:. © H 0 Wine ..............15 |>er cent, ad valartm Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, »nd other grain and pu'se imported.. .5 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 S 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff. 0 J 0 i All other tobacco (»xcept tobacco s ems) .... B 1 f Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent j All merchandise not b^ins the produce or manu- I facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. All other goods (BrtWi included), 5 per cent. The following articles aie exempt from duty, namely,1" bottle'* of common glass, if imported fu'l, bullion and coin, live stock et all kinds. Mads, barb«, and plaa:s.

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

FREIGHTS. Te London and Livarpool, Wool, per lb.... l|d to 1|4 *« Oil, per ton. 4 10 © Bark. 4 10 0 .. Other good».. 4 to £4 IO To Hobart Town, par tan.«..21it» 1 10 « To Launceston, per ton ....... 10« To Port Philipp, per toa.15a to 1 0 0 To Sydney, per ton.£1 ta 16 6 «. Wheat, per bushel. Ot0 To Mauritius, per ion. 2 I» 0 TaSwan Rifer, per ton.£1 to 2 10 .

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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

PILOTAGE RATES. I Every vessel drawing 7 feet and nader. 9 0 4 " " 8 feet io Of-et. S 10 0 " .« 0 feet te 10 . 4 0 0 And se on, iaarcasing 10s for «very additional faot.

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ALGERIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

ALGERU. THERE h s been a sanguinary engager etil be- tween the French and a tribe of Kabyle* near i S>e!!ys. The tribes of that otuarter iiad s>h;»w:i j some hostile «(¡«position before ; and General j Cominan, who had been iu the possession of j the place, traversed the country in the neigh- bourhood, " burning and ravaging every thing which he found upon his passage." Meeting with no opposition, he relumed to Delly», and was p-eparing to depart for Algiers, when he re- ceived intelligence that the hostile tribes were peipetuaMy threatening and pif!agi»ig others in alliance with the Fren cir, and h« resíivid I» chastise them. Accordingly, he set out vi!h four battalions and two mountain ho « i'zets, a;:.I reached the utmost limits of his former es ^edi- tion, a place called Füpasse! Bour. There J*e encountered large bodies of Arabs, who imme- diately engaged biro, and, after a severe confiiet» put his troops to flight General Bugeaud wait about to repair in person, with a rei...

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MAILS. General Post-office, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

MAILS. General Post-office, April 4. Mails for the Cape of Good Hope (direct), the Mauritius, and Great Britain by the Phobe, will be closed this day at three o'clock. Mails for Port Lincoln will be despatched to-morrow, Satarday, the 5th inst., by the Albatross.

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A DAY AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

A DAY AT THE CUsToM HOUSE. F«»r the following Vicissitudes of a .* Day at a Custom House, we are indebted to the kind nf ss of the Custom House officers at Folkes stone : - Yon arrive very rar ly in the morning. Your felinw passengers »ye you with distrust, though you are 135 on the list. The clock strikes nine. A groan escapes from 178 individuals in and out of the room. The ti it (rain has gone. N«>. 4 is called. An hour afterwards. No. 5; then No. 6, followed at eleven o'clock by 7 and , 8, the latter consi-tiug of a French schoolmaster wi'.h thiiterm of his pupils, come over on a ho- liday tri;». Good Heavens! lt is already twelve o "clot k, and y°ti have a wife waiting for you at th<i Bricklayer's Arms, and a bill to lake tip at four. One o'clock. - You have read the almanack over the mantelpiece no l<-ss than four times, eaten a basin of sou;», got bitten iu «Invine with the old holy's parrot, and yet No. 2Í) has only just gone in ! You think of your w...

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OUT OF HARM'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

OUT OF HARM'S WAY. After the late exhibition of bad firing at Tan- giera, ne should say that, in the event of a naval engagement with Fiance, the safest place for English ships would bein front of the French ' guns. I

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SONNET BY A PSEUDO-SCOTCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

I - SONNET BY A PSEUDO-SCOTCHMAN. I stood upon Ben Primrose. It was morn The wind was westerly ; the day was fine. Far in the distance gleamed Loch Serpentine, Like patent leather boot beneath the sun Hard by the chesnut groves, Glen Kensington ; Before rae, like a giant steep'd in wine, Or Kirsken, slumb'ring on the Norway brine, Enormous London lay. There was I born Ay, there, within the echo of Bow Bells ; And when I gaze upon thy dome, Saint Paul, And think of Clapham, Islington, and all. With patriotic pride my bosom swells ; And I exclaim, with lip serenely curled, " There's not a place like London in the world V

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NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

NEWSPAPERS. Tlie Postmaster-General, in consequence of con- tinued complaint!, has found it necessary to re-issue the following notice, which first appeared in February, 1844: "To all Postmasters, Sub-Postmasters, Letter I Receivers, Letter Carriers, or other persons em- ployed in the Post-office.-General Post-office. The complaints on the subject of missing news I papers, stated to have been committed to the post, continue to be so numerous, that, although the Postmaster-General is satisfied that much of the I irregularity complained of arises from causes beyond the control of the Post-office, his Lordship ¡ thinks it espedient that every oue engaged in the Post-office service should be made acquainted with ! the 32nd section of the act 1 st Viet., cap. 36, by j which it is provided - ' That every person em- ployed in the Post-office, who shall steal, or shall I for any purpose embezzle, secrete, or destroy, or shall wilfully detain or delay in course of convey [ ance or delivery t...

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COUNTY OF TIPPERARY—ARMS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

I COUNTY OF TIPPER*.KT-ARMS BILL. i We recommend the following letter, written by a magistrate of the county, and addressed to Lord Elliot, to the serious consideration of the Lord Lieutenant and the Irish Executive. The facts it contains are undoubted, and the arguments deduced not to be questioned : - " TO LORD ELLIOT. " Nenagh, Nov. 20, 1544. " My Lord-Including the murders which have taken place in Clare and Limerick, the neighbour- hood and district of the north riding of Tipperary has been stained, in three weeks, by eight murders. The newspapers have informed your Lordship that at the last sessions in that riding, whilst these murders were committing, five hundred stand of arms were registered. The fact is, that from the hour the government thought fit to paralyse the arms' bill, by their letter to the magistrates, every ruffian in the county, either in bis own name, or in that of a friend* .bjais-t^istered arms. The magis- trates, if that most mischievous letter bad not been...

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FEDERALISM AND REPEAL. (From the Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

FEDERAL IBU AND REPEAL. I (From the Examiner.) FBDEKAÍI6M is thrown overboard already. While poor Mr Sharman Crawford was cudgelling his brains for a plan, Mr O'Connell was proclaiming the bursting of the bubble* " This experiment has not been as yet success- ful ; the Federalists have not come forward with any specific plan ; they have made no public move- ment; they have effected no organization among themselves ; our notions as to their plans are purely conjectural. " it would, under such circumstances, perhaps, have been better if a perfect silence had been adopted by those who formed particular ideas of what Federalism meant, and thus opposed the creature of their own imagination." Why did not Mr O'Connell declare his prefer- ence of Federalism, and was it a whit more un- reasonable to reject than to adopt the unexplained project? If others have opposed Federalism without knowing what it was, he, by his own showing, preferred it without knowing what it was. Federalism is the ve...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE MANUFACTURING AND WOOL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

- BRITISH EXTRACTS. j THE MANUFACTURING AND WOOL MARKETS. Manchester Trade, Nov. 16.-Our market has been rather less active this week; but prices have been little affected by the comparative quiet which bas prevailed. The contracts in band Iceep both the spinners and manufacturers pretty well engaged, and stocks still remaining bare, i the ruling prices are firmly supported. The '"turn-outsat Stockportstill remains unaccommo- dated, the operatives being discontented with the ¿advance offered by their employers, whilst the latter assert their inability to give higher than the proffered rate of wages. The strike has «orne effect on production, and, along with other causes, gives firmness to the prices. The de- mand for g- printing cloths continues good, and «orne considerable pu reliases have also been made nu the wider qualities for the home tra^e. The manufacturers of these fabrics are doing a re- munerative business. 36 and 40 inch G. C «hirtings are rather less firm in price, sinc...

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Correspondence. TO MR. JOHN ROBERTS, OF KENSINGTO[?] CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 April 1845

TO MR. JOHN ROBERTS, OF KENSINGTON Ä CHAPEL. > MT DEAR ROBEBTS-You are a tromp, and no mistake ! XsCrbct ut, who, according to Madam MSlnp'opr'S'as fcuft-- - » three gentlemen at once," is a fool to yon ! A profuie author, who of course you never heard of-one Shake- speare-asserts that in the course of his life a man playa many parts, as if that were a wonderful thing. In a brief week you can do as much twice over. Within three days you appear as " A Trustee," *' An indepen- dent," and as "John Roberts." Then you transform yourself into Chairman of the great public meeting at Kensington Chapel, where, having, solus cum sola, first voted yourself into the chair, you write, move, second, , put, and carry, 'nem. eon, egad" as Puff would say, tim magnanimous resolutions to refund the eighteen penny subscriptions,which have been somewhat rashly entrusted to your disposal. It was well and slyly done, dear Roberts, to vote, at the same time that the parson you haa sent for was a " popul...

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