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STATE OF IRELAND. [FROM THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, OCT. 15.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

STATE OF IRELAND. I fVllOM THE DUELIST EVENING MAIL, OCT. 15.] THE country-or rather the peasantry of the south- west of Ireland-are rapidly relapsing into primi- tive barbarity. The blood of another victim to the agrarian Thug calls aloud to Heaven for vengeance against the land. The details are horrifying, and will be found subjoined. What is lo be done ? Give up thc land to the miscreants without a struggle? Alas! it were of no avail: for the wolves would then raven and tear each ether for possession - and the process of extermination would desolate the free inheritance. But what is to be done ? The law, as x¿ present administered, is unable to cope with the evil, for il cannot fiud victims. Justice is unequal to the task, because its administration is intercepted. Witnesses dare not reveal the blood-slained secret. Juries are afraid to discharge their duties to society. Aïid why ? -Because tlie English law, as acted upon in tltis country, is only powerful for evil, but useless f...

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DISGRACEFUL RIOTS IN CANADA. [MONRTRAL TRANSCRIPT.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

DISGRACEFUL RIOTS IN CANADA. ** . -[MonarBAL TRAXSCBIPT.] A strangéiíon reading tue Montreal newspapers for the last six or seven days, might reasonably en ten a iu a doubt whether he was id a country inhabited by civilised tuen. The scenes of vio- lence therein recorded - lite daring outrage on property-the dastardly attempts at assassina- tion-and the general feeling of insecurity which prevails, render our condition little better, if atty, than that of the most distutbed districts in Ireland, or in the newly turmed »tates of tho ml Jmittintf union. There is, indeed, a relaxation ot (Mua! (irineiple, andadisregardof ctiMSc-fjuence*, which a e most alarming. In our paper of to day two events are recopied which terribly mark the lamentable state of things. In the one in . stance, a peaceable inhabitant and his sister, driven from their homes by threats of violeuce, have been engulf »lied in the waters of the »St. Lawrence, with the two boatmen who conducted them, and all the little ...

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MOVEABLE FEASTS — SHORTEST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

MOVEABLE FEASTS - SHORTEST DAY. The following letter appeared iii a recent num- ber of the John Bull : - To JOHN BULL. Sir-Attention has been already valied, br a dai'jr paper, to the tact that Eatt^r'Smi av next year is ftist dovi u, lotti n» 'the almanacs and in the church prarsi-book (!) a week earlier than it ought, viz., oa Sunday, ihe 23d, iosteaJ of on Sunday, the 30th of ¡VI arco. Pi ay do not fail ia your next paper to awaken the attention of your clerical leaders to this startling fact, which entirely deranges «Ü the raovefcb'« feasts ofthte church tn 1845, and uiay be productive of groat evil and i.icoovetneuct. Yours Uitu ful ly, ALPHA. December 14, 1844. V " liiere is uulhitig new under the sun," was our reflection un reading this alarming announce- ment " We are, in the 19th century, tu have a revival of that great l*aschal controversy» ! which so many ages ago eodaugfert-'d the pelee of the Christian world." What was our delight to find, by the following letter, that ...

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STATE OF TRADE. (From the Albion, December 16.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

I . STATE OP TRADE. ! j (From (he Albion, December 16 J ! Bradford. Thursday.- Wool matket: There is ! nothing different iti this brauch of the trade, ' since our last report, in either demand or prices, j -Yarn market : Yarns are still produced in ; very reduced quantities, to supply the imme I diaîe wants of consumers. Stucks are not i ti - j crea.siug", and prices firm.- Piece market : More ' goods have been sold during the week and to j day than we have heaid of for several \veeks j past. The price* still continue so ruinously low I that there is no disposition to relax the stritio-eut ; measures adopted by the manufacturers. ; ctiesler Advertiser. j j Rochdale, Monday.-The flannel market lias j been very similar to the two preceding ones, and something like an average quantity of busi- ness has been transacted, at previous prices, i More inquiry after wool to-day, and some kinds, j such as noils and long wool, have realized a j sm ail advance in price. j Leeds.-The demand for w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

1 rw^HE Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the lelter-press priming 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 áhall be " Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, 7 Rundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. \ As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being lower both to subscribers and advertisers than those pf its contemporaries, we bfg to direct the special attention .of the public to the suo joined statement. We beg also to notify that no dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or not duty ordered, 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 Tuesdays and Fridays) - Ad. per number ; quarterly subscriptions, paid in ...

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BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. MONEY MARKETS, ETC. (From the Spectator of Saturday, Dec. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

I BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. j MONEY MARKETS, ETC. (From the Spectator of Saturday, Dec. 1-4.) Stock Exchange, Friday afternoon.-At the com- mencement of the week, the English Funds im- proved about ^ per cent., and Consols for Account were as high as 100^. A large speculative scale bas driven them down to 100 ; and for the last three days the fluctuation has been between 100 and lOOi. But the most remarkable feature is the comparative discredit into which the Three-aad-a-, Quarter per Cent. Stock has fallen. Only one probable reason has been adduced for this change, namely, the fact that, by a decision of the Court of Chancery in the early part of the year, it has been determined that Three per Cent. Stock is the only fund in which trustees and executors can le- gally invest the sums committed to their care: hence an extraordinary demand is occasioned for j Three per Cent., as compared with other varieties. Bank Stock has improved in price, and is quoted at 209. Money* although occasion...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

BIRTH. On the 6th April, the lady of Alfred Hardy, Esq., North Terrace, of a son.

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING ASSO- CIATION. IN our advertising columns will be found the prospectus of the above association.   It has evidently been drawn up with the greatest care, and is one of the most complete and business-like documents that have come   under our notice. On Saturday, at three o'clock, a public meet- ing was held in Mr Payne's Hotel, when the scheme was very fully considered, and it was so much approved of, that, out of about thirty individuals present, upwards of twenty expressed   their wish to become shareholders. Their names   and the number of shares they proposed taking   were noted down, when it was ascertained that   one-fourth of the shares were subscribed on the spot.   This proceeding has since been followed out with equal spirit, and there is now not the   slightest doubt of the scheme being carried into immediate and active operation. &nbs...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

Shipping Intelligence. APRIL 4. - The ship Isabella Watson, 524 tons. Henderson, from London 9th December, and Plymouth 21st December. Passengers - In the cabin: John Large, Elizabeth Large, J. Brunskill, Philip Denton, Edward Rumbold, James Baker, and Henry Macallister. In the steerage: John, William, George, John, junr., Elizabeth, Mary Ann, and Eliza Bowden ; John and Emma Barrow, Joseph Coles, Benjamin Coombes, Samuel and Louisa Crane, Daniel, John, William, James, Daniel, George, William, junr., Elizabeth, Mary, Ephsiba, and Ann Davis ; George Dyos, Andrew Dickens, Edward and Eliza Fuller, Jonathan and Maria Flavel, Edward Green, William,   Betsy, and Adeline Hains ; Ambrose, William, Richard, Thomas, Samuel John, Maria, Elizabeth, Mary, Rebecca, and Charlotte Hall ; Oliver and Sarah Ann Hazeldine, Thomas, Sarah, and Eliza Long; Henry, Rose, Rosanna, and Jessie Lock; James Notter, Barzillar and Sophia Porter, Thomas, William, and George Rowney ; Ben- jamin, Isaac, ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

IMPORTS     Cargo of the Isabella Watson, from London. - 1 case. Bank of Australasia ; 2 cases perfumery, J. B. Neales ; 1 case, Trimmer; 10 trunks, 46 cases, 53 bales, Shepherd ; 40 cases, 8 bales, 50 hhds., C. and F. J.   Beck ; 4 hhds., 1 case, 2 casks, Rowe ; 5 hhds. beer, 3 casks, J. Chambers ; 12 bales sacks and twine, Ha- milton and Henderson ; 1 case, Simpson; 2 cases, Harrison; 1 case Morrison's pills, J. Stephens; 4 packages, A. Hardy ; 7 cases, R. Roberts; 1 cask, J. F. Bennett ; 1 cask, 2 millstones, 2 cases, Order ; 1 case, T. Wilson ; 3 casks, Peachey ; 1 package, Cole- man; 1 case, Paine; 32 boxes glass, 31 cases, 44 kegs, 54 casks, 6 barrels, 7 trunks, 3 hhds., 6 bales, 30 kegs gunpowder, 45 bundles, 39 camp ovens, 60 arm moulds, 82 share moulds, 2 crates, C. S. Penny ; 1 case, Orsmond ; 4 cases, H. Giles ; 1 case, J. B. Hughes ; 1 case, Bartley ; 1 case, Gardiner ; 2 cases. Perry ; 5 cases, 1 box, J. Morphett ; 4 packages, Larg...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

EXPORTS. Cargo of the brigantine Phoebe, for Cape of Good Hope,   - 335 bags wheat, shipped by Hagen and Co. ; and 420 bags wheat, by C. and F. J. Beck. Passengers Mr Goodiar and Mr Emmett.

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1845. THE "ISABELLA WATSON," FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

The South Australian. ADELAIDE : TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1845.   THE "ISABELLA WATSON," FROM LONDON. THIS vessel brings files up to the 18th of December. In another column we have collected the news of interest relating to this colony, and elsewhere will be found a summary of politics, extracted from the Dumfries Courier, which, making allowance for party predilections, is tolerably fair. The Queen and Prince Albert, with their inte- resting family, were well. The great Anti-Corn-Law League had been con- verted into a Registering Club. Mr O'Connell had excited the ire of the French press, and the ridicule of the English press, on ac count of his vacillation. He was deeply stung by some articles from the Examiner, and had launched out against the editor the most oppro- brious names. There was a decided coolness   between him and Dr Murray, who, with a por tion of the Irish Catholic hierarchy, had deter mined to assist Government in carrying out the Charitable Bequ...

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NEWS RELATIVE TO THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

NEWS RELATIVE TO THE COLONY. THE Government of Britain have at last listened to the entreaties of the colonists by sending a few emigrants. We are sorry, however, to see that the wise regulations of the South Australian Com- missioners, which made it imperative to send only young single men and women, or newly-married couples, have not been strictly attended to. Though female servants are wanted more, perhaps, than any other class, there are none by this vessel open for engagement ; but there are several men with fami- lies who certainly are not wanted, though, in these days of cheap bread, the latter circumstance is not material. They will be in no danger of actual starvation, as appears to have been the fate of an   agricultural laborer lately in England. A report has arrived that Lord Stanley will be shortly appointed President of the Board of Control, and Mr Gladstone Secretary for the Colonies. A very favorable opinion is entertained of the latter. The South Austra...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

LOCAL NEWS.. SOUTH EASTERN TERRITORY. - The South Australian Company, Duncan Mcfarlane, Francis Grote, Esquires, Messrs Stirling and others, have sent, or are about sending   sheep to Rivoli Bay. Runs have been taken for 70,000 head. William Giles, Esq., has gone with a party to arrange matters on behalf of the Company. The Victoria is to trade on the coast. We believe a township and police station will be immediately formed. The sheepholders contemplate erecting wool stores at the Bay, and shipping thence their wool. Altogether, we anticipate that ere another year passes, a thriving and extensive community will be formed in the above important district of the colony. WARNING TO PUBLICANS. - Informations have been laid against two parties for selling liquor to natives. As the offence is, doubtless, commuted at times inadvertently, we think it proper to warn all publicans, that the penalty for, in any way, giving or selling spirits, wines, &c, to natives, is from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

Sales Auction. MR \V. G. LAMBERT will sell by public auction this day (Tuesday), the 8th April, at twelve o'clock A choice assortment of Seeds and Grass ditto, just imported Stationery, Eau de Cologne, moleskin trousers Potatoes, flour, and soap Nails (assorted), spades Dressed sheep skins, and sundries. Splendid TLot of Morses* jfrom launceston. "*f R. W. G. LAMBERT, Auctioneer.Hindley ^ street, has received instructions to announce that a capital lot of Horses will arrive shortly from Launceston, which will be sold at the Club-house stables, Hindley-street. Particulars will appear ia future advertisements. TO SHIPPERS OF GUM. E. SOSTOMOM -*HJILL *e1, 00 Saturday, April 12th 50 good strong cases, suitable for packing gum. . AJTIB WHICH, Lamp chiicneys Smiths* anvils Ditto vices Rim locks Patent nails Cutlery M ustard Pijies Soap Sperm candles Jrl osiery Irlorse-hair hats Beaver do. Leather do. Stout caltcofg Winter prints Rich parasols Cotton handkerchiefs Gent.'* pumps Pateut pins...

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Correspondence. LAND SALE—MINING—MADNESS OF THE "REGISTER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 8 April 1845

Correspondence.   LAND SALE—MINING—MADNESS OF THE       "REGISTER."     TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN.           SIR—The very mischievous nonsense about land sales   and mining, inserted in the leader of the Register of Satur- day last, must not be allowed to pass without remark. What the devil does the fellow want? How far does he suppose sane men will go under his ignorant direction ?   "No more eighty acre sections for £1500." forsooth !   Why they have already raised five times that amount in ore off a very small portion of that very section, and can yet raise fifty times that amount, if they choose, within the next twelve months. At Kapunda £16,000 worth of copper ore has open raised at less than £5000, first cost of freehold included. Why, sir, there are eighty acre sections worth £100.000....

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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

TAHITI. ¡ As a set-off against the stories of Lieut. Hunt, circulated by the Paris Presse, which represented Queen Pomare as refusing to land at the invita I tion of General Bruat, because she was under 'coercion by the English, a correspondent of the Times publishes an extract of a letter by a British naval officer, dated the 25th May, 1844, telling other stories of the profiigacy and hos tility of the French officers. We quote the first and the most interesting part of this ex tract : - " We have had another desperate attempt to get the Queen into the power of the French. A party of chiefs were sent on board to try and persuade her to go on shore, f hese gentlemen came, accompanied by a French officer. It was insisted that the communications which they wished to make should be made in writing; and, notwithstanding the short time that they were on board, they contrived to annoy the Queen so much that she was obliged to go below to avoid them.. The accounts given by the French of th...

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COPPER ORES, SAMPLED OCTOBER 16, AND SOLD AT SWANSEA, NOVEMBER 6, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

COPPER ORES, SAMPLED OCTOBER 16, AND SOLD AT SWANSEA, NOVEMBER 6, 1844. Mines. 21 ícwts 1 Cobre.Sunbeam 2 3 4 5 6 Cobre] 7 8 9 10 11 Helene Hardy] 12 13 906 14 Santiago.Jane Boyd\ IS 16 17 18 19 531 20 Chili.Ituna 21 22 23 24 25 306 26 San Jose in Cobre,.. Sumatra 27 28 312 29 Bearhave ...... Water Witcl^ 30 Geo. Laurence] 31 295 32 Stephens's Slag Each Company's purchase 90 89 85 54 10 80 79 62 60 32 100 91 74 110 102 94 89 86 50 68 66 59 58 52 3 110 102 100 113 100 82¡ 12 Pro duce 2362 "ll 12 12i| 20f, 15* 21 12| Ul nf 21 20± 13f 17| 24*! IH 17| 17* 1?A| 46* 461 25è 27| 23| 26 184. 18i l&i 10* 10J m\ Standard 91 89| 89| 85f 88 85 89 90* 85| 90| 85* 85| 88| 86 82! 86§ 83* 85 84* 79| 79J 82| 82i 83i 81f 84 84* 81* 93* 92* 93 85¿ English Copper Co. Freeman and Co. £ s. 8 0 8 2 8 2 14 10 10 12 14 14 8 17 7 18 14 3 8 0 14 18 14 12 9 10 12 7 17 5 12 2 12 2 12 0 ll 18 .33 3 32 12 17 18 19 5 16 8 18 2 ll 15 ll 15 ll 15 7 0 Grenfell and Sons: £ s. 8 2 8 8 8 12 015 4 Oil 3 6115 9 8 ...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.—MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.-MARCH 12. j JE s. d. Wheat, V. D. Land, per bushel. 0 3 3 Flour, 1st " per ton, 20001b». 6 IO 0 " 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,.Cato 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 i Soap, per cwt.. 17 0 I Salt, native, per ton......... 4 0 0

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HOBARTON MARKETS.—MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

! HOBARTON MARKETS.-MARCH 2?. There is no change to report in our market pro duce, which is tn general dull. Wheat remains as per last quotation, 3s 4d for the average. The same wheat is worth 7s 3d in thc English market, more than double the price. Cao ito effort be made tu send larger quantities t*» England ? Fine flour at the mills, £7 lOs to £9 10s.

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