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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1840
Qtotlatite äffötttttg Report. AHHIVAIS. _ * MAT 17.-The schooner Essington. 130 lons. J. Archer, from Launceston and Port Fair j, wi* h 1 spring cart, 4000 feet pine, 10,000 laths, 3000 paling, 32 tons potatoes, and 219 bags oct«. MAT 19.-The cutter Alice from Port Lincoln MAT 20.-The schooner Waterwitch, 154JOBS, Rolls, from Launceston, with genera! cargo. SAILED. MAY 19 -rT-he-barque Lady Emma, 235 tone, falkland, 4ßT Launceston. Passenger-Mrj attanee. The Shamrock was to leare Hobart- Tn wo for this place on «he 7tb instant, and the Scout, from Launceston, on the 12th. The Agenoria, Horst« hen&lt;*e to Hobort Town, arrived there on the 27th ultimo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1840
npHEfotlowlng-arethe terms of the" SOUTHERN 1 AUSTRALIAN," which is published every Tuesday and Friday morning, at the Office, corner. of Stephens-place, nundle -street. PRICE OF THK PAPER--6d per «umber, or 2Z. per* annum-paid in advance. SobsetdbershaVe their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. ADVRa-nsEHBNTü.-6 linesand under [each inser tion] Ss. 64 ; above « lines. Sd. per line--Adver tisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on4 Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before S o'clock on the Saturday or Wed- j uesday prior to the nest day of publication, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must bave written upon them. .«he number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until conntermanried. All Subscriptions and Advertisements, must be patd for in advance. v For Freight or Charter. THE fine teak-built barque ELTZA, wmmm, 391 tons per register, Captain Joair MAN», will ...
THE PORT LINCOLN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 May 1840
THE PORT LINCOLN HERALD. j TN an article which appeared in the Port Lincoln Herald, of Tuesday last, we are sorry to peiceive a disposition to carp at some observations which lately fell from us, upon the subject of his Excellency's visit to that rising and important sett]POIpnt,. Nothing was farther from our intention than to re flect, either upon the harbour, or upon the capabilities of that interesting lo cality. Our views «pou the subject were these,-that it is no part of his Excellency's dtitv, either as Governor, or as Resident Commissioner^ to per form long trips, either like the one to the Murray, or similar to the one to Port Lincoln itself,-while the dirties of howe require his more pressing and attentive consideration. Had this been o.ur-only objection to bis Excellency's de^aTrww*fr«mHirrme,-at the time he peculiarly chose for this visit, we should have conceived ourselves fully justified iu the remarks we threw out : but, when we look, to his Excellency's late Abstract ...
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...¿£8 O OtoáE 9 O O Ashby, per bri.8 IO O.. 9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz ....O IG O .. 0 17 0 &lt; Colonial, per hud....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 salt, per tierce ......7 0 0.. Brandy per gal. in bond ..0 12 0 .. 0 )4 0 Bran per 100 lbs.0 6 0 .. 8 0 Bolter, fresh, per lb.0 3 0 .. 3 6 aalt, per do.0 2 0 .. 0 2 -bv the firkin..0 1 6.. Bread, per 4lb loaf.O 1 6 .. 0 1 8 Candles, wax, per lb....0 3 G.. English moulds ..0 1 2 0 1 C spermaceti.0 3 6.. Burfbrd's dips ...0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in lop....0 0 6.. inch boards.0 0 6 .. Coffee, perlb.0 10.016 Cheese. English,pe> lb....0 2 0 .. 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..l 0 0 .. 2 0 0 , Carrants per lb.0 1 4.. 0 1 6 Cordage per cwt ........4 10 0.. Canvass per bolt.3 10 0.. Deals per foot.0 1 0 .. 0 1 2 Floor per ton.55 0 0..60 0 0 seconds per do .. ...
LAUNCESTON MARKETS—April 25. Union Steam Mills, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
, LAUNCESTON MARKETS-April 25. Union Steam Mills, - , - J .J.J s. a s. a. s. «- a. J Wheat 15 Oto 18 6 I Oats 4 6 to 5 9 Barley 10 0" 0 0 I Maize 0 « " 0 0 Pollard 2 6" 0 0 | Bran 16 " 0 0 Flour, first quality, per 20001bs 50* Ditto, second quality, do. 48Í Ditto, ration do., do. 40/ Bread-ls. 6d. per four pound loaf.
HOBART TOWN MARKETS—April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
HOBART TOWN MARKETS-April 24. I.iere is Vf ry little alteration ta tue pnce ot wheat since our last ; upon the whole, however, it is rather looking down, and may be quoted at from 13s to 15s per bushel, according to quality. Hay, pressed, 61 10s per ton.-Colonial Times April 21 MARKETS.-The market ts anything but brisk, i Wheat 14s to 15s-ff. T, Courier, April 23. FINE FLOUR-£38 to £42 per ton OATMEAL -Colonial, 6d per lb BARLEY-English, sells well and nv freely purchased at from 6s 6d to 8s per bushel« lt is however scarce, and very little comes to market. OATS-from 5s to 5s 6d per bushel. . HAY-Unpressed, £5 to £6 per ton. POTATOES-From £8 to £10 per ton. BEEF-From 8d lo 9d per lb.
BUTCHER'S MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
BUTCHER'S MEAT. d. d. Beef, joint 8 j Mutton, joint 6 ....carcase 7 j - .carcase 5| Veal 8 j Pork 10 Lamb, 4s 6d per quarter. WHEAT MARKET.-No more business is doing in the market than parties are compelled to do. -Cornwall Chronicle, Api. 25. Entire boises of the cart breed in demand-we are informed a first-rate stallion realized £300. TEA-Döring the week declined to £7 10s per chest, but as the stock ia small, and no immediate arrivals from China anticipated, it has again rai* lied, and may now be quoted at £8. SUGAR-Mauritius from £38 to£35 per ton,. . TOBACCO-Ma; be quoted at at la 6d to 2a for fair and superior samples. SOAP-From £54 to £58 per ton. The spirit market looks firm
VARIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
VARIETIES --"*.?"? HER MAJESTY'S FAVORITE MONKEY.-Some short time since a present was made to ber Majr-8ty of a loung, active, and very knowing, monkey, and it was'daly domiciled in a cage, maoofactored expressly for bira, and placed in one of the apartments at Windsor Castle. Jacko, who understood nearly every word thai was said to him, was a very great favourite of her Majesty and of many about the court. During the early part of Ust week symptoms of indisposition man ifested themselves, and Jacko continuing to get [ worse, the attendance of Mr. Cross, of the Surrey Zoological Gardens, was commanded at the ' Castle. Mr. Cross arrived at Windsor on Saturday morning last, but too late to save the royal favourite. He was then placed in a wai m bath ' and afterwards wrapped op in flannel, and in that state expired the same evening. It wat determined I ibat the skin should undergo the process of stuffing, and flír. Cioss «rasdirected to superintend the operation. Mr. Cross left Windsor...
PORT PHILLIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
PORT PHILLIP NEWS. AÜCTÍOX COMPANY":-OÜ Wednesday a foll and important meeting was held al the Lamb Inn, to es-ablish a Joint Stock Auc ton Company on the recognised principles of open election and I general suffrage. Overture* were made from the Company, whose assumption of self-constituted dignitaries we have bad reason s^strongly to re probate. As the directors, however, with a strange degree of inconsistency, declined to call upon their own nominated placemen to yield back their situa tions, no junction could be effect eil. Proceedings were adopted to frame the rules of a new Com pany upon such grounds as would insure the greatest benefit to the largest number-the purest principle of legislation which cab be conceived. On the close of the appointed boxiness, a legation I nf five gentlera« a was nominated tu confer with an j equal number of the opposite party. An interview was held at the Lamb In», characterised however by a stormy debate, in which we änderst ind Mr. I Welsh's de...
THE MASTER BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
THE MASTbK BAKEKS. THE readers of fie Southern Australian will be happy to Hud, that we had not over-slatt dtl* mailer, when we lately informed them, that some of I he master bakers had retired from the combination into which they had entered, to raise the price of bread. We are happy to slate that the number, who so retired, bas since increased, and that in the ge ne: ality of cases, the 21b loaf is now selling for one shilling. We wish it distinctly to be understood, that we en* tertain m hostility to the bakers, more than to any other class of the commu nity, and, that, if, we expressed our selves strongly upon the subject, it arose from a conscientious conviction of the duty we owed to thé publie at large. We are glad to perceive that so many of the master bakers have had the good sense to retire from a conflict, in which they were sure to enlist the whole host of public feeling against them, and that they a:e willing to content themselves with something like the fair and legití...
Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 24. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN, PR. IMP. QR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
Ctomnitrctal ïnteUtgcncc LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 24. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN, PR. IMP. Ott. BRITISH. S. Sm Wheat,.62 to 72 Oats ....21 ..38, FOREIGN. Wheat, Dantzic, Konisberg, Sçc. ..70 ..84 Oats, .. .. ..24 ..42
THE ASSIGNMENT SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
THE ASSIGNMENT SYSTEM. ' ls our extracts from the ' Cornwall Chroni cle ' of last week, we noticed that a Public. Meeting had been held with a view of ob* taining a continuation of the assignment sys tem, until a sufficient supply of free labour «ould be obtained for the colony. The fol lowing is the petition agreed upon at that Meeting : To Iiis Excellency, Sir John Franklin, Comman der of tbe Rojal Hanoverian Ciuelphic Order, Knight oi the Greek Older of the Redeemer, and a Captain in her [Majesty's Kot al Navy, Lieu'anant Go\eroor of the Island of Vau Pieman's Laud and Dependencies, &c, &c. Tho petiti &lt;o of the undersigned inhabitants of the colony Humbly SUeweth,-That your petitioners hav ing of late been reduced to the most pressing exi gencies, in consequence of the abridgement of labour, occasioned by the recent changes of the system hitherto adopted jo the distribution of convicts, and being menaced with the still greater ditSculties which must nec...
SYDNEY MAREKTS—Saturday, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
-? r ^ SYDNEY MAREKTS-Saturday, April ll. Fine. Seconds. Ration. Flour at the Mills *.45s.. 40s.. 35s À" deduction of ls per lOOlbs ia made in all rash^purchases. WHEAT-at the Mills (Colonial),!8s; at the Corn Mackel, 18s 6d according to quality. Bran-I s 6d to ls 9d per bushel. " MAIZE-Prices given growers, 9s to 10s per bushel, still scarce. Retail prices 10s to 10s 6d per bushel. BREA D-The loaf of 21b. 9d to lOd. BISCUIT-Fine, 55s to 6fhs pet cwt ; seconds, 50s do. HAY, £11 to £15 per ton. Hay plentiful. DAIRY PRODUCE-Fresh butter 3s per lb: saltado, ls 3d to ls Sd; Irish Bolter, (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, 3|d to 4d ; salt per cask. 4d to 4|d ; veal, per lb, ICd to ls ; pork, 9d to lOd ditto. FAT CATTEE-From £9 to £8 10a per head, averaging from dOOIbs to 600lbs. SHEEP-(Shorn) 14s to 18s each, averaging 56lhs. VEGETABLES-Potatoes, (V.D.L.) 10s to 16s; Colonial (new potatoes) ...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
-.-.-,-. i MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. WE perceive;* »from the Gazette of Thursday last, that the ** Bill for grant ing a Municipal Corporation to the city ai Adelaide," was introduced to the Council,-His r Excellency, the Go vernor, the Colonial Secretary, the Advocate General, and Assistant Commissioner, bei:»g present- lt ap pears, from the announcement, - that (tte Bill was laid on the table, reaii a first tim-, discussed, aiid^ kartend ed. ht our last notice of this suhj-xit, \fo 'sugoesud the pro t.rift yoi a tneastne, ' so deeolv :iíTectitio- |t,(, intérêts of the citizens at large, bein«; thrown open ?«. puhl'e «ii-cussi*»ti. li. no way could tins object be st» e;isi|v a «di¡ted, as by prii.titi» and CÍICUÍ.ÍI'ÍML a di ai : ot the Bid. Thc ott I lay of the Government, ttfMMi the a 11 tele of printing alutte a mounting - as we ha&lt;l recently had oc casion lo temark, to I title less than TWO THOUSAND A-YIÎAR - fairly en titled the colonists to such a cotisufe ration ...
ASSOCIATION FOR THE SUPPLY OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
ASSOCIATION FOR THE SUPPLY OF FLOUR. SINCE our last publication, the com mittee have published the following outline ot the objects of the Associa tion, w hich We transfer to our pages entire. . '* The Association has been formed merely l&lt;»r the purpose of a ii ord m g to tho.-e coïouUts who are inclined to join it, an opportunity of securing a supply of flour at the lov. est possible price -not tor the purpose of sale, but, of consuuiptit.il by thetiisehes and families. The committee has «o Wish to ¡u er fer« with the fair trailer, or wu h the legitimate pn li s which every »HU who engage* in mercantile transactions is emitted to make - as innen entitled to make when be trades in wheat as in anything eise, öut, ou the otuer hand., as the l.tt\er is entitled to seek «ut and to to thd best matket, the association has been luna tl tor th- purpose of alfordi"'Ji the, colonists au opportutdty of doing .««.. N"o member &lt;»f the commit Lee receives one farthing for h:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
&ale# fig foulte Auction. --- &lt;» . AT PORT ADELAIDE; fintnense Sale of Merchandizet^cansistinp of Timber, Beef, Pork, Flàitrf Brandy, Rum,-Giú9 Tobacco? âïgars, Starch; Potatoes, Oats, Broto» #c.j TO BS SOLD "BY PUBLIC AUCTfON, by Bentham & Co. On Wednesday, May 27th al Port Adelaide, at' half past eleven o'clock precisely-1 "É^QRTY Thonsand feet New Zealand pine in' drals and logs, es Truelove, in lots" to suit purchasers . 100 bajes V.D-L^ Potatoes' 300 bushels of Oats 2Ô0 ditto Bran 10 tierces prime Reef îsO barrels mess Pork 10 di'to fine Floor fi ditto seconds ditto" tO hogsheads Gin' 50 cases ditto i 12 casks Brandy 5 ditto Rum Baltic Timber in Iö&s 20.000 Manilla Cigars^ «0,000 seco*rià;qôality ditto Cape Wines in qr. casfó; hogsheads and pipes Port niuo ditto' ditto 10 ions good Sugar 20 cases Starch 20 tons Linseed Oii^ 20 ditto Turpentine 100 cases Port and Sherry With various other merchandize. Uefreshntiitits iùàt be praûideâ. Sale oí H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840
Soutient australian Office. *T*EIE folio wing-are the tenn »of tbe" SOUTHERN ] * AUSTRALIAN," which is published every ! .. Tuesday and Friday morning, al the Office, comer J of Stephens-place, ftundle-street. Pates or TSR PAFBB-ed- per numl»er. or St- j>er aci nu tn paí d i n advance. Subscribers have their pa mpers sent to them if they desire it. ADVERTIHKXKNTS.-6 lines and under [each inser tion] Ss. 6d ; a*ove 6 lines, 3d. per line-«-Adver tisements cannot he received later than 4 o'clock on I «r Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontinue j Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on the Saturday or. Wed nesday prior to the next day nf publication, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements mast have writ'en anon them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. All Subscriptions and Advertisements mast be paid for ia advance* . For Freight or Charter. THE fine teak-built barque ELIZA, ...