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BRITISH EXTRACTS. STATE OF TRADE. (From the Times, Dec. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

BRITISH EXTRACTS. ] r STATE OF TRADE. r (From the Times, Dec. 14.) i tíiVEKPooL.-Adverse winds continue to keep out many ships, and consequently the stocks of produce are now suffering some reduction, without, however improving prices. There has been a large business in cotton, about 50,000 bales having been sold since our last publication ; speculators have been freely in the market, and have taken probably ¿ of the quantity. The great supply on sale has pre vented any advance, and importers are generally willing sellers. Even at our present low quotations many of the next imports will return a profit to the shippers, and thus there will not be the common inducement to withhold them from the market. The Manchester trade is not so brisk ; it rarely is so late in the year, when a great proportion of our ' export business is stopped ; still manufacturers of all sorts are doing a good and highly lucrative bu sinesgLv Money continues cheap, and apparently veT#pientiful ; thus stocks and...

Publication Title: South Australian
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LAUNCESTON MARKETS.—MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

LAUNCESTON MARKETS.-MARCH 19. CATARACT AND SUPPLY MILLS.-Fine fluur, £10, seconds, £9 I Os , twelve per cent. £& per / ton ; bran lOd., pollard is., per bushel ; oats, ls. 6d. to 2s per ditto ; wheat, 2a Gd to 3« per ditto. UNION STEAM MILLS.-Fine florr £10. seconds £9 10s., thirds, £8, sharps, £5, per ^000 lbs.; brandi., pollard 10d., p<r20-lta.: wheat. 2s. Gd. to 3d. per ditto.

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.—DEC. 13. PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

I -_ ! CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.-DEC. 13. { PRICES CURRENT. j Biscuits j Cabin .» ... 24s. per 100 lbs. .Seconds .. ... 2 Is. ditto Ship ... ... 16a. ditto Bricks, 55s to 70s. per 1000. Cheese English ... .. 1 ld. to I4d. per lb. American .. ... is. ditto. Flour - Fine ... 20s. 6d. to 21s. per 100lbs Seconds ... los. to 16s. ditto Pollard ... 9«. to 12s. ditto Wheat .. 7s. per bushel. Barley ... 8s. 6d. to 9s. per muid.

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Correspondence. THE MINING COMPANY AND THE "REGISTER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

THE MINING COMPANY AND THE REGISTER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. SIR-The cool malicióos falsehoods of the Register off Wednesday last require some obseivatioa, although I cannot expect to do it with the talent of your friend with the long Signatare, on Tuesday last. To the Lie 1-"Non-responsibility." The association does not pretend it-the prospectus does not insinuate it; it only, like some of the best mining associations in England, makes the responsibility and liability so remote that no holders of shares have any possible risk without they are " directors/' and the directora can protect themselves. « 2-He says some person (who?) advises the associa tion to give £15,000 a section. « 3-The board a parcel of visionaries. Let him point out by name-because, certainly, he must be aa im pudent as false if he can do that-out of a list con sisting of some of oar most wary and painstaking merchants, tradesmen of known character and capi tal, of acknowledged careful habits of b...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. CORX AVERAGES OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Saturday, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

i COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE j CORX AVERAGES OF ENGLAND AND "STALES. i Saturday, December 14. Averages of the last six tceefcs, per Imperial Qua- ter. Wheat. ; Barley, s. d. ' s. d. 46 1 i 35 7 45 3 36 1 46 4 i 35 9 " 23..I 45 10 ; 35 2 " 3Ü .1 45 4 ' 35 1 Dec. 7.. i 45 2 i 34 9 Week ending Nov. 2.. " 9.. Oats. 1 Rye. Beans.' Pease, s. d. 1 s. d. 6. d. j s. d. 21 2 j 37 3 ? 36 8 35 I 21 G I 34 Ü 3711 ; 31 7 21 9 j 34 2 3S 4 j 35 7 '¿I 8 i 30 9 .33 6 35 2 21 8 j 32 2 ! 3S U . 35 ll 21 10 ! ol 2 37 5 t SS 4 i Imperial aggregate average of the six weeks. Wheat.... 45s. lUd. ! MANCHFíTEK COBV MARKET. Dil'. 14. ! The improved feeling apparent in t:ia fl »ur trade la»t »fri, i has cou inued ihrougiiou the |>r> sen'. ,an<i, *IÍIF a i sninnttd I detu&tid ior tue ar icie, which li** curt-ideiaolj ieduced iL* i previous arcuinu'a'ion of s:ccL in f ittor'a hands, rallier j higher prices have, in fomei' ötanc« s, (for apptov«d rr.^iks). ¡ b f n resMZel. 1 ht::* has i¡kew!*...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THE Government require tenders for the conveyance to - England of one sergeant, eight privates, fonz women, and six children of the detachment of Sappers and Miners. Tenders are required for the following articles : MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Brushes, paint, 4 ; lamp-cotton for light vessel, 5 lbs.; line (for clothes), strong white, 4 lbs,; lead, white, 1 cwt. ; oil, linseed (boiled), 5 gallons ; pegs (for clothes), 4 dozen ; rope (2-in.), 1 cwt. ; union jack (for flagstaff), I. IRONMONGERY. Nails (patent shingle), 2 lbs. ; scrapers, 2 ; tacks, 2 lbs. In the last quarter there have been no lesB than ll in quests, the deaths chiefly accidental. In the year ending 25th March, 1844,8676 letters and 16,219 newspapers were aent to Britain, and only three letters are unacknowledged.

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SYDNEY.—COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

! SYDNEY.-COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. There is no material alteration io 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; Vau Diemen's Land wheat is firm at 4s per bushel. Hysonskin Tea.-Ia this market there is still much quiet, and prices remain much the same. The anticipated arrivals have prevented the trade fro«» purchasing except for immediate wants. Congous, from thelike cause, are ouly pul chased iu small lots. Sugar-tn this market lhere 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 Merrities, from Manilla, to arrive. Coffee-The demand coutinnes limited, but some speculative purchases having been made, higher prices are demanded-6|d to Td per lb. Tobacco - There is but little enquiry, but prices are without alteration. Cigars - A sale is r...

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SYDNEY MARKETS—MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

SYDNEY MARKETS-MAUCn 8. WHEAT. - A very large qnaoutv has been brought io market dunns »he neck, which found buyers at ft o tu 2s 6 i to 3s 6<J per bushel. For good samples Messrs T. Ba:ker & Co. are readily giving from 3s to 3s 3d. Thirty-eight loads have paid dues at the Corn Market, the prices obtained for which were fi om 2 s 6 J to 3* 3d per bushel ; the average price was 3s per bushel. Flour-The usual business has been done at the mills during the week, and the following are the cash prices : - Fine, £8 10s per 2000 lbs ; seconds, £7; ration (none); No. I biscuit, 14s per cwt. ; No. 2 biscuit. Hs. Bran -At the two principal mills the price lias been reduced to 8d per bushel wholesale for cash. Bread-The 2lb loaf, of good quality, is sold generally at 2|d.> Maiae appears to be on the decline, the dea lers being averse to buy, and the retailers anxious to sell at from 2s ld to 2s 4d per bushel. Barley and Oats remain as last reported. Cattle -A mixed herd o...

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

THE WOOL MARKET. ! Nfo alteration has taken place since «mr last re poit, ami prices remain firm. Very lar^e sums, the balances of the late sa!es, have been paid to the credit of parties in this colony, through the banks and by bankets* acceptances, which it is expected will pre vent the pi ice ot' bills from rising fur some time to come, lt is calculated that there must be a balance of £120,000 more (han was drawn against the wool of t!:e last sales in langland. Refined Sugar-Australian Sugar Company's Prices-Fine loaves, on th-'spot, 4|d per lb. ; do. for exportation, 4jd, free on board; fine pieces, SO s to 35s pe; cat. ; crushed lump, 40» | j per cwt.; molasses, none. j F. KNOX, Manager, i

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SALES OF COPPER ORES AT SWANSEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

SALES OF COPPER ORES AT SWANSEA. IN the third page, we have pleasure in laying be fore our readers, so many of whom are now inte rested in mining, one of the Swansea sale cata logues. It will shew the extent of business at Swansea, the rates given according to the standard and produce of the ores; and it proves that die British at present chiefly depend on foreign coun- ^ tries for their supplies of tins valuable metal. The x strokes below the sums shew the purchasers, and the highest price of each lot.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

I SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. IK addition to what was stated in our last, we subjoin an extract from a London merchant's letter, on the subject of wheat and gum, which, gives addi tional force to the communications lately made from home : Two beautiful parcels of South Australian wheat were sold a few weeks ago : they arrived via Sydney, having; been sent thither per John Pirie and Augustus. The one parcel brought 54s., the other 56s.-at which it will pay well to send here. Still better, however, is gum Arabic at present for a remittance fifty cases (about twelve tons) which also arrived via Sydney, were sold on the 28th ultimo, and brought 70s. to lo 73s. 6d.-averaging 72s. per cwt», and leaving a profit of above 200 per cent. It was a good bold gum, and soluble. From the other colonies, and also from Adelaide, we have had gum of a resinous nature, but it is useless.

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STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

I STATISTICS OF THE COLONY. J WE now subjoin abstracts of the statistical re turns to which we alluded in our last. Of course, they give a very imperfect idea of the valuable body of facts contained in the docu ments printed by Government ; but, such as they are, they sufficiently exhibit the extremely rapid progress of the colony, and the feighly satisfactory results of his Excellency's financial policy. There are several matters in some of the returns on which we shall in a short time make remarks. In the mean time, we beg to direct to them all our readers* careful attention : _No. 1._ rSs:* o a o n « n Îr^-O r o gl 2 i ? p ç o P er *S ss ^ s Ä . T T*^ .B îî 8» » S» Jg. ' CD CD .Ö «-*>*0 t-* rs 3 <» a «p <B . JP a Pi .ts ooo Moo 0 .< <. < 2 . SI D P tr*3 3 w CD CD 5 o B g er»- c* « WM 1 S M l>2 O O D cs J C OJ ts »»sa ? 3 5 B ?5S S s-E.5 OB 5" o B 2 a lr" > a o .A 5 £-1. ^ 2. B ir. co a> to - (H «ta w cob) O OO) rf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

Safest bi» 9ltttí!ou. By order of the Directors of the South Australian Assurance Company. Ttae Acknowledged best Estate in goutta Australia, known as the Cattle Company's. JJENTHAM NEALES has been honored with instructions to sell on Saturday, A pal 12ih, at noon, as under, or in such other lots as may be determined on at the day of sale Lot 1-318 acres, including the valuable home stead, daiiy, stockyards, &c, and fenced paddocks Lot 2-Section 3318 containing 157 acres 3__ » 3908 " 124 " 4 lo 8- " 80 a. each S- " 80 this lot is substantially fenced IC-80 acres ; sixty fenced, and been under cultivation. B. N. hopes that parties will attend to the above important announcement. The fact that this was selected as the best land in the best dis trict, conjoined with knowledge that at no Govern ment land sale less than 2()s per acre can be taken, must at once establish the great value of this property. Immense Quantity af Jfier chanUise» MR. YOUNG HUSBAND'S NEW STORE. UM ftSSERV...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Correscted up to April 7.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

I j WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ; (Comtttd «p to April 1.) rXPORTEO «OODS. Ale. light .perhhd -stroag.per barrel -bou led .per dozen Bacon. do. Bags, 3-busbel...each Blankets.-....per pair Blue..... ........per !b. Candles, wax .». do. -sperm .................. do. -moulds .................. do. Canvas ..«.......?........«per bolt Casks. ....per tun Cedar, in log ........ .......per foot - inboards................ do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals..............perton Coffee,.per lb. Copper, sheathing. do. -Nails...«. do. Cordage, English.per cwt. -Manilla................ do. Corrosive Sublimate. per lb. Crysials ot Soda.per cwt. Currants....per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -fl by 3. do. Figs ... per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. E.!. do. Glass, 10 by ?2..... ........ per box Glue. ..............per lb. Gunpowder, fine .............. do. blasting.-,. do. Glass, sheet 14 by 10 .per 109 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 IO 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 1...

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[FROM THE ATLAS, DEC 14.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

[FROM THE ATLAS, DEC 14.] The only news brought by the Madrid papers of the 6th of December is an account of the trial and condemnation of Colonel Rengifo and twenty-two other persons for a conspiracy 6aid to have been hatched in Madrid in July last, but the existence of which was solemnly and publicly denied at the time, and which all unprejudiced persons still be lieved to have been fabricated by the police for the purposes of the government. The proceedings in the Cortes are of no interest. The Constitutional Reform Bill was brought up to the senate. In the Chamber of Deputies, the Vote of Confidence Bill, by which the government is empowered to cut and carve the corporation into any shape it may choose, was passed. The Eco del Commercio says a rumor is current, that the English Cabinet has ad dressed a very strong note to that of France on the affairs of Spain, and that Mr Bulwer has been ; recalled for another mission. .

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THE WAR IN THE CAUCASUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

I THE WAR IN THE CAUCASUS. A correspondent of the Augsburg Gazelle writes as follows: " After a long delay, through absence, [ am at last in a position to send you some communi cation on the position of affairs at Caucasus. What is learned from there is always scanty, as the Russian officers are strictly forbidden to write concerning it ; this much, however, ts cer tain, that the losses of Russia are always great, and the success, on the contrary, very slight. Important or decisive events have not happened in this year's campaign. One of the most im portant attacks was that in May, in the county of the Circassians, between a Russian corps of eight battalions, 1500 Cossacks, and ten pieces of cannon on the one side, and 5000 moun taineers and six pieces of cannon on the other, ; wherein the former were worsted, and retired with a loss of six hundred men. A second j affair, of some importance, was that in the' month of July, when the mountaineers attempted to surprise the Russian fort...

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DINNER TO SIRHENRY POTTINGER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

DINNER TO SIRHENRY POTTINGER. A. dinner to Sir fleury Pottinger, Bart., was given on Wednesday by the merchants of Lou don, in the Merchant Tailors' Hail, which had been granted by the Merchant Tailors* Com pany for the occasion. Previous to the dinner an address, signed by upwards of seventy of . the principal merchants of the city of Loudon, was presented to Sir Henry Pottinger in the ante-room, by Sir George Larpent, Mr Abel Smith, and most of the gentlemen who had tub-* scribed their names. The dinner was of the most sutnptous ki id, - and the entertainment was altogether weil suited to the wealth of the merchant princes of the most important city in the world, given to honour an individual who has been the means of open- . inga new and extensive empire to their enterprise. - There were four long tables, stretching the whole extent of the magnificent hail of the Merchant Tailors* Company, and a cross table, at the end of which the principal guests were seated. The room was hung ...

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ROBBERY AT MESSRS ROGERs's, TOWGOOD'S, AND CO.'S BANK. (From the Sunday Times, December 1.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

ROBBERY AT MESSRS ROGERs's, TOWGOOD'S, AND CO.'S BANK. (From the Sunday Times, December 1.) j A robbery, to an awful extent, was committed between Saturday night and Monday morning last, in the banking-house of Messrs Rogers, Towgood, and Co., bankers, of Clemeut's-lane lt was stated that bank-notes to the amount of] from £35,000 to £40,000 or £41,000, were stolen out of the iron safe, which is deposited in the wall of (he inner office, and that securities to a very large amount have been also taken by the thieves. It is a remarkable circumstance connected with this robbery that on the morning of Mon day, wheo it was first discovered, there were no external appearances from which suspicion could be entertained, upon entering the office, that any robbery had been perpetrated, or attempt at rob bery had been made. Everything was in its] accustomed order. The iron safe, io which the cash and securities were regularly deposited, was locked, and the iron chest in which it was usual to de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

" s>out& glusuaUan" GENERAL P> R fl M T Q M © HATAIS Lût KI IRA il IM Y. 'J'* H E Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job priming 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, ) Rundle-street, Nov. 11, 1844. \ As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being lower both to subscribers and advertisers than those of its contemporaries, we beg to direct the special attention of tbe public to the sub joined statement. We beg also to notify that no dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or not duly 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...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 April 1845

MARRIED. Yesterday, by the Rev. R. Haining, J. Primrose, Esq., to Elizabeth, third daughter of the late J. Reid, Esq., Glasgow.

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