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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.—MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT.-MARCH 14. £ s. d. Wheat, V. D. Land, per bushel. 0 3 3 Flour, 1st " per ton, 2000lbs. 8 10 0 «* 2nd " 7 10 0 *' American, barrel, per 200 lbs... (none) Barley, per bushel. 0 2 ú Oats, " . 3s to 0 3 c Live Stock Sheep, mixed flocks, clipped, with sta tion, each,.6s to 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 I 10 0 Horses, good hacks, each.£12 to 20 O 0 Soap, per cwt. 1 7 0 Salt, native, per ton.«... 4 0 0 The cattle market has been badly «applied for some time ; fat bollocks were from 7s to 8s per luOlbs. A mixed lot realised the following prices : Cows with calves, 50s to 70s ; springers 40s each ; weaners Ids each ; 803 head of cattle with station given in, lately belonging to Mr Waite, realised 16s per head. Working bullocks are fetching from 7 to 8 guineas per pair in some instances, with chains, bows, a...

Publication Title: South Australian
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

SYDNEY MARKETS. THC following is from the Sydney Herald : The amount of business transacted during the week has been in excess of the previous one, but no sale effected calls for any comment, there being neither decline nor ad vance in any article. Jonie JOHNSON, Broker. Albion House, Miller's Point, March 15. THE WOOL MARKET. The height of the season being over, the arrivals of wool have only been about one half to one-third of what they were a month since; and not more than lOODbales can be cal culated as having reached here within the last week - not more than 500 bales being offered for sale. The prices con tinue about the same, and are not expected to vary until the results of the sales to take place in London in January are known here. The exchanges still remain «t from 5 to 5£ discount, and freights per first class vessels at l£d per lb. : other vessels will take it at rather a lower figure. Wheat-Good colonial may now be quoted at from 3s to 3s 2o\ Flour-At the mills, the us...

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THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. WE beg to direct the special attention of our Teaders to several important documents which we have copied from yesterday's Government Gazette. LA.ND SAXES.-It appears that no less than 21 sections of land in the county of Adelaide, and 5 in the county of Sturt, will be offered for sale by auerion on the 3lst May next, and that six sections of land, known to contain valuable minerals, will be offered for sale on 19th July. We may men tion, in reference to mineral lands, that a deputation of the Mining Association, having waited on his Excellency on Wednesday last to ascertain whether : his Excellency would sell more mineral lands, his ; Excellency received them very graciously, and said that he would put up- all lands containing minerals ! upon application being made to bim, excepting those around the Montacute Mine, which were the subject of a dispute. IMMIGRATION'.---The astonishing fact is made known that, during the last quarter, no less than 617 persons h...

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TRAM ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

TR 4M ROADS. IN conséquence of the immense increase in co lonial production and traffic, the subject of tram ^t, roads upon our plains has attracted the attention 1 of several parties who are acquainted with their advantages. It is computed that, with a tram road to the port, the whole 12,000 tons of exports and imports- which were conveyed last year on the port road could have been taken by three horses at, probably, one-fifth the expense of the present mode of conveyance. As it will be necessary at no distant period to incur a heavy expense in forming a road ol some kind to the Port, it would be of great im portance to form a tram road at once, which would last for years, at a trifling expense for re pairs, and which would save a vast amount of labor, difficulty, and expense in the transit of goods. We are informed that a tram road from Ade laide to the port could be formed for £9000, aud as the traffic would be greatly increased, the tons conveyed might be safely estimated for th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

TO CORRESPONDENTS. With reference to the alluvion made lately to tba Preacher P., who is at present attracting wondering audiences, we may remark that, according to our in formant's statement, Mr P. alleged that, daring the Millennial reign of Christ on earth, a stream of water will pass through Mount Zion to the Dead Sea, which will pnrify it, and it will become so full of fish that they will afford food for all mankind ; men's physical constitation will be so much changed that nothing de leterious will have an effect on them, and that the Jewish sacrifices and ceremonies will be re-instituted. The correctness of this report has been impugned, but having been promised by a gentleman-perfectly com* petent for the task-an accurate statement of Mr P.'a system as recently expounded, we shall, probably» be able to lay it before our readers in our next. The paper upon the tobacco plant must he postponed till our next.

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BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

^mmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi BANK OV AUSTRALASIA. WE have much pleasure in directing attention toihe half-yearly return, which we have copied in another column from the Gazette, shewing the I labil ¡lies and assfils of the branch of the above Bank in this colony. The very satisfactory nature of the return will he better appreciated when it is considered that the branch has been for the Ia«t six months contracting its business as much as possible, that the interest on deposits has been greatly re duced, and that interest on current accounts is no longer allowed. The increase of business will be better under stood by the subjoiued comparison of the present return with those of the corresponding half years in 1843 and 1844 : - Circulation... <lash deposited 1843 3,007 3 10 15,723 13 1 1844 3.563 18.408 1345 6 2! 4,210 9 10|'19,47l

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1845. SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

Cfte ^otitl) Australian. ADELAIDE : FBIPAT, Ann. 25. 1845. SWAN RIVER. BY the Victoria from Swan River (with general cargo and 24 passengers), we have received a file of the Inquirer to 2nd A pril, the day the Victoria sailed. Having received, by the kindness, of Mr Owen, the last of the file-the only- érre con taining any thing interesting-at a late hour, we dre compelled tu condense the intelligence more than we could have wished. The small cotter Alpha, had just arrived from Mauritius, having made an unsuccessful trip with Swan River produce. Fish only brought £5 per ton, potatoes £10 per ton. Good Csp* wethers were selling at £2' per head. Cows with calves sell for £35 to £40. Milch goats, £2 to £3. Mares are not in request. Ata meeting of the Western Australian Ag ricultural Society, a Mrs Bond produced a speci men of excellent raw silk, the produce of 3,500 cocoons, from worms reared in the colony. It was stated that the worms thrive remarkably well, and with proper attention ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

¿fjtjpptttg XitteHtgtttce. ARRIVED. APRIL 28.-The schooner Victoria. 2t tons. Carraway, matter, from King George's Sound and Swan River. Passengers-Mr and Afra Owen, in the cabin ; and ia the steerage. Mary Ann, Emma, Charlotte, John, and Wil liam Hermitage, David Neal, Mary Ann. Flaharty. Charles Foulks, Alex. Nicholson, Geo. Lazenby, W. Cawthorn, Briges Spencer, \V. H. Betts, Mary Ann Spencer, G. Richardson, John Reynolds, Elizabeth ßurnford, Edward Leavy, Mr and Mrs Rose. SAILED. Armx 23.-The Government cutter Jane and Emma, 32 tons, Capt. Lipson, R.Ñ., in command, for Kangaroo Is land, Port Lincoln, and Rivoli Bay. Passengers-Hi« Excellency the Governor, and Godfrey Thomas, R, R. Torrens, and G. F. Angas, jun., Esqs.

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MAILS. General Post-office, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

MAILS. j General Post-office, April 25. Maila for New Zealand, by the Palmyra, will be cloted at 12 o'clock on Saturday the 26th instant. Mails for Port Lincoln by the Albatross, on the «ame day and hour. JOHN WATTS» Postm&ster-Gcnctal..

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to April 24 IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. ( Corrected vp ta April IMPORTED «OODS. Aie, light .per lihd - strong....per barrel -bottled.per dozen Bacon ......... do. Bags, 3-busbel .each Blankets . ....per pair Blue. .per lb. Candies, wax .. ..«. o'0* -sperm. do. -moulds °°» Canvas.P*r bolt Casks.per tun Cedar, in log.per foot -in bosx.ls. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals...per ton Coffee,.per lb. Copper, sheathing..... do. - Nails...... do. Cordage, English.per cwt. - Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate ....... ....per lb. Crystals ot Soda .... ........per cwt. Currants. ........per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -Il by 3. do. Figs....par lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. - E. I. do. Glass, 10 by 12.... *<.per box Glue......... ..............per lb. Gunpowder, fine. do. - blasting.do. Glas.«, sheet 14: by 10 .pst 103 feet 16 12 . do. 14 12 . do. 18 12 . do. 18 13. do. 1« 14 . do. 20 14 . do. Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 !8 20 7 . do. 8 . do. 13 . do. 12 . do. 12 . do. 12 . do. ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

IMPORT«. Cargo of the Victoria, from King George'« Sonnd-2 boxes glass, 11 iron bedsteads, I bnndle augers, 166 kangaroo skins, 1 casks dried apples, 22 grindstones, IO pieces timber, I box nails, 1 case I cask plant«, 2 ponies, I case cigars, W. Oven ; and part of ber original ''argo, consisting of-5 cases oil, 1 cask drugs, and 1 case dra pery, W. Owen.

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DISCOVERY, IN LIVERPOOL, OF WOOLEY, THE BRISTOL MERCHANT. AND MISS BRYERS. [ALBION, DECEMBER 9] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

I DISCOVERY, IM LIVERPOOL, OF WOOLEY, THE j BRISTOL MERCHANT. AND MISS BRYERS. [ALBION, DECEMBER 9 ] EVERY reader of the London and provincial papers ot October, 1342, will recollect, some, perhaps, faintly, others more vividly, the singu lar and romantic incidents of real life, of which Bristol was the theatre, Mr John Wooley, a highly respectable merchant of that city, was the dupe, and hi - sister in-law, Miss Bryers. was the active and ingenious agent, at Chat time. Prior, however, to mentioning the particular circumstances which have led us to re-introduce the names of these parties to the notice of the public at the present time, it may be necessary to glance, as cursorily as possible, at the scenes in which they so prominently figured, littlemore than two yems ago, scenes wh'ch excited un paralleled interest in every district in the kingdom. Mr Wooley, who is about forty seven years of ase, has been, it appears, for the last seven yeats, a widower, and Miss B yers, who is now...

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EXTRACTS FROM AMERICAS PAPERS. [FROM WILLIS'S EVENING NINRROR.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

EXTRACTS FROM AMERICAS PAPERS. {/HOU WILLI»'« EYER!*'* MIBSOft.] jTna New VOBK WHIG PHUCÍ«-I-N. - I lie BO.!* bave ea* j made us ali poetical, a« the pub'ie know*, I'Hi il i* impa sible to things arni no! say what they are tik^. The «»rd* j have not made ii* * politician.. a« tl»*" ?»"b'«e kn-iw«, t»ut it ia j impossible to be nea!ra! while a procsssion is going by -anybody**. We shall copy below, from our friend the True Sun, the most reas mable sized, ns «'ell fl« most neutral account that the morning papers contain. of th« j Whig Procession of yesterday ; but it amuses the n.*r» j combatant portion of tre publia to know, besidet, what ! one man thought and saw al any great show, and we bet; the " terrifiers"* to excuse us while we record how our poetry was inevitably stirred un, and how our neutrality was inevitably knocked o' one side. We got one look nt the procession from an upper story. It looked as tf a rainbow had been tied round the world, and this was what we contd see of...

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Poetry. THE HAPPY HOMES OF ENGLAND. A RADICAL DITTY. [FROM A CHARTIST PAPER] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

j poetvp. THE HAPPY HOMES OF ENGLAND. * RADICAL Dirrr. [FROM A CHARTIST PAPER] The happy homes of England, alas ! where are they gone? Like leaves in wintry weather, they have fallen,"on» by one ; And where are now the rural sports that made tho village gay P Some blight is, sure, upon the land, when all hare pass'd away. The mansions of the great, 'tis true, »till rise in pomp and pride, And round them rich demesnes are seen, extending far and wide, Where forest trees are waving green, and deer are bound« in*; on ; Bot Ihe happy hemes of England, O! where are (hey gone ? Where are the farmers* dwellings now, once Albion's boast and pride, That rose in peace and beauty up from every green hill sid« f Alas ! in ruins some are seen, end others in decay. For the good old times in England are passing fast away. The yeomanry had homesteads once, where every joy was found, Where mirth,and glee, and revelry did constantly abound ; But, now, the scene is changiug fast, end, like the torrent...

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OF THE GENUS PLUSIA IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

OF THE GENUS PLUSIA IN SOU PH AUSTRALIA.* ! BY NATURJK A1CA.TOB. IN the spring of our year, from the last week in October to about the middle of November, many of our imported plants are infested by numbers of small lepidopterous caterpillars. These cater pillars may be naturally divided into those that ! feed on the plants above the ground, aud those I that feed under ground at the roots. From the injuries occasioned by the great numbers of these insects, that appear almost every year, I have been induced to attend to their habits, and have taken them « lien nearly full-grown to observe their changes to the chry salis aud moth. To my previous knowledge of the former underground caterpillars, which are of a different genus, I have lately added a few facts by observation ; but I gave an a reo u nt of that species in the fifth nurober of the South Austra lian JVJagazijne. lt is therefore only of those feeding and Using, in all their stages, entirely abone ground, that I have now to sp...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

PROCLAMATION. By Ilia Excellency George Grey, Esquire, Go vernor and Commander-in-Chier of the Province of South Australia, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c, Sec. ? In pu.suance of th« authority in me vestfd by . a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament af . Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th tnri . i 6th years of her Mnjesty'e reign, intituled "Au . Act ft r Re¿u'alii«g the Sale of Waste L*nds belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," I t'o hereby notify and proclaim that, at eleven o'clock of Saturday the thirty-first day of May next, the following portions of Crown land will be offered for sale by public auction at the Colonial Treasury at Adelaide, at the upset price affixed to each "lot respectively, on the terms and coud ¡lions, and under the provisions of the above-recited Act (deposit ten per cent.) : No. of Lot. 1779 1780 1781 1782 1783 No. of Sec. 5136 5137 5m Area Price in j per Acres Acre SO 28 £1 £1 17 £1 5135Í 14 5276, 1784 5277...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

4t S>oittô gtusttaUan" GENERAL 9RBNTIIIR!I@ ISSTASIUSIrillMglMT. vjpHE Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing has always given the greatest satisfaction, «nd 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. ll, 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 the public to the sub joined statement. We beg also to notify that no dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or uot duly ordered, are allowed to appear.] The whole of our available space is devoted to j matter of general interest and information Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publication Tuesd...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

PROCLAMATION*. By hi» Excellency George Grey, Esquire. Go vernor and Commander-in-Chief of the Province of South Australia« and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c, &c. In pursuance of the authority ia me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of 1 Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 8th years of her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act for Regulating the Sale of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," I do hereby notify and proclaim that, at eleven o'clock of Saturday the nineteenth day of July next, the following portions of Crown land will be offered for sale by public auction at the Colonial Treasury at Adelaide, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provi sions of the above-recited Act (deposit ten per cent.): - No . of Lot 1792 5539 1796 No. t Sec. 1504 Area in Acres 75 71 Price per Acre. £1 £1 Description and Remarks. ¡Copper Pyrites on this sec tion;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

MARRIED. On 23rd instant, at North Adelaide, by the Rev. R. Haining, Mr. D. A. Murray, of Hindley-street, to     Georgiana, youngest daughter of the late Robert McKellar, Esq., of Inverary, Argyleshire.

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LETTER OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST RONGE. ON THE EXHIBITION OF THE HOLY COAT AT TREVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845

LETTER OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST RONGE. ON THE EXHIBITION OF THE HOLY COAT AT TREVES. WHAT, for a time, sounded in our ears like a fable or a tale-namely, that Bishop Arnoldi, of Trêves, had exhibited a piece of clothing, called the coat of Christ, to be worshipped, and as a religious spectacle-you have already he^rrj, Christians nf the 19th century, men of Germany, teachers of religion, and now know tu ba uu fable or talo, but a really and a truth. Since the last accounts, five hundred thousand people have made a pilgrimage to this relic, and thousands innre stream daily ou, chief]? since the aforesaid piece of-clothing has healed the sick, and worked miracles. The news had spread through all countries ; and in France the clergy pretend " that they have the true garment, and that that at Trêves is nut genuine." Five hundred thousand persons-five hundred thousand intelligent Germans -have already hastened to Trêves to worship or to view a piece of clothing ! The greater number of...

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