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SYDNEY MAREKTS—Saturday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
SYDNEY MAREK TS-Saturday, April 11. Fine. Seconds. Kation. Flour at the Mills .45s.. 4(ls.. 35s A déduction of ls per lOOlbs ts made in ali cash purchases. WHEAT-at the Mills (Colonial),18&lt;; at the j Cora Market, 18s 6d according to quality. , Utan-Is6d to ls Sd per bushel. ! MAIZE-Prices given growers, 9s to 10« per bushel, still scarce. Retail prices 10s to 10s 6d per bushel. BREAD-The loaf of 21b 9d to lOd. BISCUIT-Fine, 55s to 6"r pei cwt ; seconds, 50s do. HAY, £11 to £15 per ton. Hay plentiful. DAIRY PRODUCE- Fresh butter 3s per lb : salt do, ls 3d to ls Sd; 'Irish Butter, (none in market); cheese, ls to ls 4d do; hams ls to ls 4d do ; bacon. 9d to ls do. BOTCHER'S MEAT-Beef, per lb, (joint) by carcase, 3Jd to 4d ; salt per cask. 4d to 4£d ; veal, per lb, lCd to Is; pork, 9d to lOd ditto. FAT CATTEB-From £9 to £8 10s pi r head, averaging from 6001bs to 6001bs. SHEEP-(Shorn) 14s to 18s each, averaging 561 bs. Vxo STABLES-Po'atoes, ("V. D.L. ) 10s to 16s ; Colonial (n...
INDIA—THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
M INDIA-THE ARMY. } From the following, copied from the ! Bombay Times, of January 25th, it will . \ be seen that there was no foundation i for the reported death of Sir John Keane, as we intimated in a late number. Bj further intelligence from Ferozepore of (he 4th instant, we learn that the Army of the Indus ' met with the utmost attention and civility from all the Sheikh authorities and inhabitantseverywhere ¡ during its passage through the Punjaub; and there was displayed an evident desire tocnltivate a friendly and cio&e alliance with the Government of India When ihe returning force arrived at Mullyan on the 22nd December, within three stages of Lahore ; the point at which the army was to »trike off the »oad Wading to tbe capital-a deno tation of men of high rank waited on Sir John . Keane, with a letter (rom the Maharajah Kui ruck Sing, inviting his Excellency to visit him at Lahore. The deputation was cordially received by the Commander in Chief, who immediately conse...
The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
Southern QnötraUzn. I Quid verum atqiie deceits euro, et rogo, et omni s in hoc sum-Hon.. EP., lib. 1, ep. I, v ll. ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, MAY ló, 1840. BY the kindness of a friend we have been favoured with Enelish papers, which came to hand yesterday, by the Eliza,-but they contain no addition to our former news.
HIS EXCELLENCY'S RETURN FROM PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
[ HIS EXCELLENCY'S RETURN FROM PORT LINCOLN. On Wednesday Morning last, at two O'Clock, a. m.. the brie; Porter arrived from Port Lincoln,at Holdfast Bay, bringing Hrs EXCELLENCY, family, and suite. His EXCELLENCY, we understand, left Port Lincoln on Monday, at ten O'Clock, p.m., on which occasion a salute was fired, and the shore was crowded with nearly the whole of the population, who had assembled to wit ness his departure. The ADELAIDE VOLUNTEERS apprised of his Excellency's return, proceeded at an early hour on Wednesday Morning, to Holdfast Bay, and escorted his Excellency and family lo town From the information, we have been enabled to gather, upon the subject of his Excellency's visit, it appears that the rumours which were in circulation, as to the probabi lity of his Excellency's report, with Tegard to Port Lincoln, being unfavourable, are entirely without foundation. His Excellency is re_ ported to have said, th.j.t the harbour of Port Lincoln is easy of access, and one o...
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per lihd...£8 O Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, per bri.8 IO O .. 9 O O Dunbar, per doz ....0 16 0.. 0 17 Ó Colonial, per fahd....5 0 0 . 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb.0 2 0 .. 0 2 3 Beef, fresh, per lb..0 0 9 .. Ditto by the carcase galt, per tierce.7 0 0.. Brandv per gal. in bond ..0 12 0.. 0 14 0 Bran per 100 IbB.0 6 O.. Butter, fresh, per lb.0 3 0 .. 3 6 sall, per do.0 2 0 .. 0 2 -bv the firkin..0 I 6.. Bread, per 41b loaf.0 1 6 ,. 0 18 Candles, wax, per lb.... 0 3 6 .« .English moulds ..0 I 2 .. O 16 spermaceti ......0 3 6 .. Burford's dips.. .0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log. ...0 0 6.. ¡neb boards.0 0 6 .« Coffee, perlb.0 I O . 0 1 6 Cheese, English, pe-lb_0 2 O .. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 1 6.. 0 2 0 Cigars, Manilla, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chunsura.per do.. 1 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Currants per lb.0 1 3.. 0 1 6 Cordage per cwt.4 10 0.. Canvass per bolt ........3 10 0.. Deals per foot.0 1 0 0 1 2 Flour per ton.55 0 0 .. 60 0 0 seconds per do .. .4*) 0 G .. Gin per...
GRATITUDE OF THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
GRATITUDE OF THE BLACKS. Notwithstanding the bad odour tu which the nnfortona'e Aborigines are held by many of our rea fers, we think it but (air to r&lt; cord an interesting incident of very recent occurrence, wbicb shew» that whatever the crimes may be with which the Aborigines are chargeable, they a»e at all events not deficient tn gratitude. Some ten or twelve months ago an infant belonging to one of the loubras or jins, then encamped in the vicinity of the town, was accidentally severely burnt, and the wounds not having been properly attended io the child was ia a mos* deplorable condition, when it foriona'ely attracted the notice of a benevolent, lady in the town, who for some considerable time dailv washed and dres ed the wounds until the child bad perfectly recovered. Soon after the child got well, the tribe to which the mother belong- d left the town and did not return till a. few days ago. The circumitauce had altogether escaped th«-, memory of the lady to whose be...
PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. FLOUR is steady at our quotations. First £4 » to £45. Second*. £30 to £35. SOGAR.-Good samples at £34 per ton and the demand is steady. The fines maybe quoted at , £2 higher. TEA maintains its price, £10 to £12 pt-r ches;. SPIRITS.-Brandy, 10s to 12», ram 8s to 9« 6d per gallon in bond. WINES.- Good wine in bottle is always is demand at bigh prices. ALFS-Bottled Ale and Porter go off slowly, (be stocks of both being very heavy ; 12s to 14s per doz. Draught Ale £6 per barrel. DAISY PBODUCE-Fresh Butter is very difficult to be prooored good. Butter, 2« 6d per lb. Milk, 8d per qaart.-Port Phillip Gazette, March 28, COMMERCIAL REMARKS.-We have no altera tion to make of any consequence this week in the price of staple commodities, with the exception of flour which rose yesterday UM a tou ; the prices now are, for fine 501 to 551 ; seconds, from 401 tu 50/_Port Phillip Herald, April 3.
HIS EXCELLENCY'S FINANCIAL MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
, HIS EXCELLENCY'S FINANCIAL I MINUTE. t IN our paper of Thursday last, we published at length His Excellency's "financial minute" with reference to the state of our Colonial Revenue. We pronounced that document a "bungling" attempt ata financial Minute : and we did so on these two grounds. First, because his Excellency in that document promises to " refer generally to the probable expenditure of the present year," whereas ali reference to it is afterwards avoided ;-and. Secondly, because be proposes to enter upon " the actual expenditure of that recently con cluded/' whereas, in the next breath, hi» says that the accounts for the three first quarters '.have only been lately transmitted to the Auditor-General, a» d are.in consequence still unexamined.*' These, we repea^ were the grounds on which our charge of bungling was prefered ; and if it did not merit the applica tion ot this epithet, we should like toknu* what would have been more appropriate. Our business now, however, is not...
MUNICPAL CORPORATION BILL [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
MUNICPAL CORPORATION BILL IN oar last, we published, without any abridge ment, the recommendations and suggestions of the Colonization Commissioners to the Right Hon. Lord Glenelg. Colonial Secretary, upon the sub ject of Municipal Corporations in Sooth Australia We did tho ander the impression, that bis Excel lency, Colonel Gawler, wouid, on his return from Pott Lincoln, he prepared to lay before the Coun cil the draft of a Bill for Adelaide ; and with the view of preventing our fellow cit rzensfrom suffering an enactment of so much importance to their future welfare from being brought into operation in a crude and ill-digested state. An attentive perusal of that document bas con firmed us in the opinion we then expressed, namely, that we saw no reason why those recom mendations and suggestions should be implicitly followed, providing improvements in the form of the Bili can be pointed out. The draft of the Bill, we are told, is already drawn ont, and in course of due preparation f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
Soutient äuötralian Office. ^HE following-are tbe terms of the" SOUTHERN 1 AUSTRAU A N," which is published every Tuesday and Friday morning:, at the Office.corner .f Stephens-place, Knndie-street. PRICE or THB PAPKH-Gd #per number, or SI. per aonam paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa pen seat to thea if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENT*.-6 lines and under [each inser tion] 4s. 6d ; anove 6 lines, Sd. per line-Adver tisements can not lie received later than * o'clock on Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to &lt;the office before 3 o'dork on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior to the next day nf publication, or they cannot br- attended to. advertisements must bave writ en upon them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will he continued until countermanded. All Subscriptions and Advertisements mast be paid for in advance. For launceston. - .. ..tfggJT H E fine Clyde - built barque W SOVEREIGN, William ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
äalef» public Eucttom TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by N. Halles, This day, Friday 15th May, at the warehouse of Messrs. Blyth and Son, festem ead, Hindley-street, PRO PER TY belonging td the late THOMAS EATON, Esq., solicitor, iuc'uding the most carefully selected Law Library ever brought ioto the colony, consisting of one hundred volume», by the béât legal authorities, and of the latest editions* An extensive Library of Modern Works in General Literature. Aa Office Desk with drawers. Three pairs large Folding Doors, well finished and glased. A Teat Bedstead. A handsome Press Bedstead of paintad oak. A set of Drawers ditto to match. . An excellent Tent. A new Carpet. A new Book-case. Aa air-pump. Two handsome easy chain (iron) And a variety of other articles, which wi'-l be enumerated in a catalogue. Time of sale, twelve o'clock. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTIOtf, By HT. Hailes, On the premises of Messrs. Shepherd, Rosina - street, on Saturday, 16th May, 1840, QA TONS VAN DIEMEN'S LAND...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
GORTON ¿CAN DREWS Inf eso won sale sugar, raw and refined ; tea, black sad green; coffee, Spanish joice, Chinese preserves, assorted pickles, ~ Irish pork, Split peas, Van Die* man's Land flour (first), soap, (Hawes* London), ; Liverpool salt, oats,-East India tlhol, bran, pol» i lard, and several kinds of pig's neat, flinders-street, Ma jr f 4,1840. GORTON Sc ANDREWS have now on sale, _ ' Elliot's and Taylor's* Londoa«!oot in hhds, port, sherry, Madeira, -red and white 1 Cape wines in hhds., and-quarter casks; port, sherry,, and Champagne in three and six dosen cases ; cognac brandy, (Hennesey's brand) ; West India rom, gin. Ftindrrs.slreet, Ma; 14,1840. GORTON & ANDREW'S have now in their Timber Yard, Fl ndt-rs-street, opposite to Messrs. Beck and Cn.'s, an excellent assortment of sawn and split timber, both from the tiers, and from Hobait Town, consisting of quartering of al' lengths and sises, inch bosrds battens, broad palings, narrow palings, broad ehi«>gles narrow ...
THE REGISTRATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 May 1840
THE REGISTRATION ACT. &nbsp; Now that his Excellency bas returned from Port Lincoln, we hope he is prepared to set about the work of legislation in good earnest. Next to the passing of the Corporation Bill, of which we have treated at length in a former article, the Registration Act, in our opinion, ought to take the precedence. Several attempts have been made to bring this bill under the notice of the Legislative Council, but as yet it appears to be but in the earliest stages of its progress. By a reference to the Gazette, we find that it was some time ago brought under the consideration of the council, and discussed at some length, and subsequently was referred to certain parties for amendment and improvement, but has not since made its appearance. We say nothing of the irregularity of such a proceeding, believing as we do, that its withdrawal from the council chamber and its being placed in the hands of the Registrar General, was dictated by a desire for its reproduc- tio...
LAUNCESTON MARKETS—April 25. Union Steam, Mills, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 May 1840
MUN CESTON M ARKETS-Api ii 25. ?Union Steam, Mills, j s. à s. d. «. «. *. *! Wheat 15 0 to 18 6 | Oats 4 6 to 5 9 Barley 10 0«' 0.« j Maize 0 0 " 0 0 Pollard 2 6« 0« 1 B.an 1 ß « 0 0 1 Floor, 6rst quality, per SOOOIba ftOÍ ^ Ditto, second quality, do. 48Í \ Tjfîtiç, ratioa do., do, 40Í &lt;, Bread-ls. 6d. per four pened loaf.
NEW REGULATIONS EOR THE SALE OF LAND. (From the Gazette.) Orders and Regulations made by the Commissioners appointed in pursuance of the Act 4th and 5th William IV., cap. 95, intituled "An Act "to empower His Majesty to erect South Aus"tralia into a British Province ar Provinces, "and to provide for the colonization and go"vernment thereof. 25th October, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 May 1840
Sf EVY REGULATIONS EOR THE SALE OF | LAND. (From the Gazette.) Ordtrtond Regulations made by the (ZommiuioH «rt appointed in pursuance of the ActAth and 6th William IF., cap. 1,5. intituled An Act " to empower His Majesty to ^erect South Aus " traliaintoa British Province ar Provinces, *' and to provide for ¥oe colonization and go " vernment thereof. s &lt;2Stfc Octdber. IS3§. \ î. That all regulations for the disposal rn .olony of pu hi io land?, except as regards sa made previous to the datehereof, be revoked. 2 The surveys of public land shall, as fat -possible, be carried so-much in advance of «eu districts, that there shall at all times be an es ti of land survey ea, and open to purchase, exce ling the »ants of the eoionists. 3. Surveyed lands shall be divided, as nea as may be. into sections of eighty acres each, a naps of the surveyed lands, accompanied by \ best practical description of them, shall be c&lt; etant'y exhibited in the "Land Office. 4. One month'...