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STORY OF AN AVALANCHE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
STORY OP AN AVALANCHE. ! ON the ÎOih of March, 1755, a small cluster of houses at a place called Ber gemotte, near Derm on te, in thc tippet valley of Stura, was -entirely over whelmed by two vast bodies of snow that tumbled down from a neighbouring mountain. All the inhabitants were then within doors, except one Joseph Kochia, and his son, a lad of fifteen who were on the Toof of their house, clearing away the snow which had fallen during three days incessantly. A priest going to mass having just observed a body of snow tumbling from the mountain towards them, had ad vised them to come down. The man decended with great precipitation, and ried with his son ; but scarcely had hi gone forty steps before his son, whe followed him, fell down; on which, looking back, he saw his own and his neighbour's houses, in which wen tw v-tv «> persons ia all, coverec ! ti mountain of snow. Ht f > - SHU, and reflecting that his w tm üsier, two children, and ali : - fleets, were tims buried, he...
JONATHANISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
JONATHANISMS. j DANGEROUS VERY!-There is a I young lady of our acquaintance down East, whose eyes are so flashing and bright, that there is a direct order against admitting her into any gunpow der magazine.-Kentucky Register. JONATHAN'S DESCRIPTÉON OF A STEAM BOAT.-" It's got a saw-mill on one side, and a grist-mill on t'other, and a blacksmith's shop in the middle ; and down cellar there's a tarnation great pot, boiling all the lime.'1 ABSENCE OF MIND.-We learn from the Nashville Banner, that a land agent down there, by name Hiram S. Boots, having to ride out in gurat haste, one day last week, actually clapped the saddle upon his own back instead of the mare's, and never found out the mistake till he was quite fatigued with vaninly trying: to get upon himslf. JONATHAN'S LAST.-The people live uncommon long at Vermont. There are two men there so old that they have quite forgotten who thoy are and there is nobody alive who can remember it for «hem.
SYDNEY MARKETS—Saturday, April 11. Fine. Seconds. Ration. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
Í SYDNEY MAREKTS-Saturday, April ll. Fine. Seconds. Ration. flour at the Mills .45s.. 40s.. 35s A deduction of ls per lOOlbs is made in all ¡cash purchases. * r- WHEAT-at the Mills &lt;Colonial),18s; at the (Coen Market, 13s 6d according to quality. Bran-ls 6d to ls 9d per bushel. MAIEE-Prices given growers. 9s to 10s per * bushel, «lili scarce. Retail prices 10s to 10s fid per bushel. BREAD-The loaf of 2lb,9d to 10d. '~|3TSCXKT-Fine, 55s to 60s pei cwt ; seconde, 50s do. HAY, £11 to £15 per ton. Hay plentiful. ^TiAia-v PaoDuCE-^ Fresh butter 3s per lb; Bait do, ls 3d to ls 8d ; Irish Butter, (none in «market),cheese, ls to ts 4d do} hams ls to ls 4d do ; bacon 9d to ls do. i ^BOTCHER'S MEAT-Beef, per lb, (joint) by -carcase, 8-Jd to 4d ; salt per cask, 4d to 4|d ; veal, per lb, ltd to ls; pork, 9d to lOd ditto. . FAT CATTLE-From £9 to £8 10s per head, averaging from 500lbs to 6001bs. - 4 SHEEP-(Shorn) 14s to 18s each, averaging 561 bs. VEGETABLES--Potatoes, (V.D.L.) lOsto 1...
The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rego, et c[?] hoc run--- HOR ER., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1840 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
"'Vi/V?'1'." "S*, et omnt.in ?««m.-HOB. hr., lib.l. ep. 1,T ll. ADELAIDE : FHIDAT, JUNE 5,1840 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. IT is doubtless io the recollection of oar readers,that we promised on Tues day last, to notice some of the provi sions of the above bill, to which wo entertain decided objection. As a whole, we ha ve no hesitation in stating that it is based apon liberal principles, and that it is deserving tether of com mendation than censuré. There are some clauses, however, in the Bill, in its present form, which could not but prove Tatal to the measure, and which we therefore hope to see expunged. It would scarcely "be believed, for in stance, had we not the testimony-erf our senses, that a provision so utterly sub* versive of our rights' and liberties as citizens, and so destructive of'anything like independence on the part of the projected Corporation, as the following, could have found its way into the Bill. XXVI. Provided always and be it enacted ihat ali sat h «bve taw...
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
CANADA. AU apprehension of insurrection and invasion having passed away, ihe Ca nadians are busy i? discussing the con duct of Sir George Arthur and the question of Responsible Government. The latter does not seem to make much progress. The speeches ot the present Secretary for the Colonies and his im mediate predecessor, in the twp Houses of the Imperial Parliament, were cited against the Reformers, hy the organs of the Local Government in both Pro vinces, as a species of unanswerable evidence ; but on the other hand, in Upper Canada, the advocates of Res ponsibility, nothing disheartened, avow a confident reliance ou the next elec tion of representatives, to make their superiority in numbers and influence manifest. There was to have been a great meeting of Reformers in the Home District ; but the Sheriff, au officiai partisan, refused to summon it: in default of which, il was intended to -hold [ess numerous assemblies in various places for the purpose of ex pressing approbation of...
BUTCHER'S MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
BUTCHER'S MEAT. Beef, joiat . ...carcase Veal d. 8 7 3 Mutton, joint ... .carcase Pork d. 6 5| 10 j Lamb, 4s 6d per quarter. j WHEAT MAHKET--No more business is doing in the market than parties are compelled to do. -Cornwall Chronicle, Apl. 25. i Entire horses of the cart breed in demand--we ¡ «re informed a first-rate -stallion, realized £300. TEA-During I be week declined to £7 10s per chest, but as the stock is small, and no. immediate arrivals from China anticipated, it has again ral lied, and may now be quoted at £8. SOGA*-Mauritius from £35 to £35 per ton. TOBACCO-May be quoted at at la Gi to 2» for lair and superior samples. SoAP~?rpm £gf to,£58 per lon* Tb« spirit market looks firm, f ,. .
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
\ PORT PHILLIP. By private letters (rom Port Phillip, we learn, that the land speculators of Australia Felix are at a stand, the banks having almost totally stopped discount ing. At the land sate yesterday (14th April), none realized more than the -upset ptio (12s) per, acre., and a great quantity remained unsold. - Mr .lohn Patteiso«, from Bothwell, was the only purchaser ; had he been absent, there w^inld have bi en no sale whatever. Colonial Ttnies, May 5.
HOBART TOWN MARKETS—May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
HOBART TOWN M A RK ETS-May 8. There is very little alteration in the price o wheat since our last ; upon the whole, however^ it is rather looking down, and may be quoted at from 16s to 17s per bushel, according to quality. Hay, pressed, 7t lös per ton.-Colonial Times April 21 MARKETS.-The market is anything but brisv* Wheat 16s to I9s6d-H. T, Courier, April 23.^ FINE FLOUR-£50 to £5S per ton OATMEAL-Colonial, 6d per lb BARLEY-English, sells well and is freely purchased at from 2s to 10s per bushel« It ts bowewr scarce, and very ittie comes to market. OATS-from 5s 6dto fis* per bushel. HAT-Unpressed, £5 to £6 per ton« POTATOES-From £8 to £10 per ton. ¡ BEEF-From ~7d to 8d per lb. j
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
VAN DI EM EN'S LAND. TRADE AND IN DUSTRY.-We have much pleasure in recording the rapid progress which Shipbuilding has made in our ruined Cohmy. during the last twelve months. Mr Watson has built a schooner forjrl r Lucas, of 150 tons, called Sisters; -ano«her for Mr Johnston's son-in-law, of about 100 tons ; Mr Easton has built a schooner at North West Bay, for Mr Johnston's Whaling Establishment, that will carry 100tons; Mr Williamson, of the New E Ship Building (Tompauy, has a brig of 200 tons now on the stocks, which v» ill be ready in a few months, all of a model j equal to the best in Britain, and com posed» fronf keel to mast, (except pine decks) of the best Bhue Gum, which is here considered to be equal, if not su perior, in duration, to'the best British Oak. i - This dees not embrace the many coal and ticing schooners, and barges, that al«,¿ at present, in the course of írm^rags^tii itífe colony. Such opéra tions as these, ia merelj one branch ^»f *w iorfaetry, the «ame peo...
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per Uh«i.. .£& O Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, per br!.8 IO O.. 9 O O Dunbar, per doz_0 16 0 .. 0 17 O Colonial, per hhd_5 0 0. 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb ........0 2 0 .. 0 2 3 Beef, fresh, per lb«.0 0 9 .. Ditto bj i he carcase salt, per tierce.7 0 0.. Brandy per gai. in bond . .0 12 0 ... 0 14 O Bran per 100 lbs....0 6 0.. 8 0 Butter, fresh, per lb...... 0 SO.. 3 6 salt, per do.0 2 0 .. 0 2 Cape, by the firkin 0 1 6 .. Bread, ppr 41b loaf.0 1 6 .. 0 I 6 Candles, was, per lb ....0 3 6 .. English moulds ..O i 2 .. O 1 -6 ; spermaceti.0 3 6.. Burford's dips .. .0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log... .0 0 6 .. inch boards ......O 0 6.« Coffee, perlb.0 10.016 Cheese, English, pe- lb_0 2 0.. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 I ? ... 0 2 0 Cigars, Ma.-illa, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chunsura.per do..l 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Currants per lb...0 1 4.. 0 1 4> Cordage per cwt.4 16 0.. Canvass per bolt ........3 10 0 .. Deals per foot.0 1 0.. 0 1 2 Flour per ion.55 0 0..60 0 » s...
EXPLORATORY EXPEDITION TO THE NORTHWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
EXPLORATORY EXPEDITION TO THE NORTHWARD. On Monday last, pursuant to public uotice, a meeting was held at the rooms of Messrs.Bentham and Nonmus, for the purpose of sending an expedition into the northern interior of thin con. tinent, with the view of setting at rest the alleged existence of an inland sea, ¿nd of -*àsce taining thé nature ¿lid capabilities of the country in that direction. The Hon. Captain Sturt presided on the occasion, and the greatest interest was evinced by the parties present in favour of this object. His Excellency, the Governor, kindly advanced £100 on behalf of the Govern ment, and furnished the loan of two horses, to which was added additional subscriptions to the amount of upwards - of £300. This hardly looks like (he spirit and enterprise in the colony being checked. The following is the report of the meeting, as taken from the A meeting was held on this subject, at the sale rooms of Messrs. Bentham ' and Nonmus, Kiny, William-street, on | Monday last, at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
Southern ätoatralimt Qlföce. 'T^HBfoItowinff arfe tike terms of the" SOUTHER^ 1 AUSTRALIAN," which is published /every \ Tuesday and Friday morning, at the Office,corner ' of Stephens-place, Rnndie-street. PBICE OF THB. PAPKR--6d- per number, or per .iQButB paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. ADVBRTX»BHE*TS.>«>6 lines and ander [each inser tiuu] SB. 6d ; a^ove 6 lines, 3d. per line-Adver tisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on ! Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontinue, Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on the Saturday or Wed* nesday prior to the next day of publication, or they cannot be Attended to. Advertisements must have written upon them the number of time* they are to be inserted, or they will Jae continued until countermanded. All Subscriptions and AdvertffrëmenTs must be ; paid for in advance. OÖRTON & ANDREW^ have now on sale sugar, raw and refined 5 tea...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. &nbsp; &nbsp; WARRIOR. 478 tons, Becket, master discharg- ing cargo from London. Charles Beck & Co., Agents. BARQUES. ELIZA, 391 tons, Mann, master, about to com- mence discharging from London. John Snooke, agent. HERO, Hughes, master, discharging cargo from Singapore, J. Morphett, agent. INDUS, 422 toas. Clark, from Calcutta--pre- &nbsp; paring to discharge, J. Newman & Co. agents BRIGS. COMET, 120 tons Rodam, master, discharging cargo from the Cape. SCHOONERS. WATERWITCH, 98 tons. Rolls, from Launces- ton-clearing out for Launceston. Charlea &nbsp; Beck Ac Co. agenta. &nbsp; CHALLENGER, 70 tons, Winter, from Hobart Town,-discharging. Beck & Co., agents. CUTTER. SHAMROCK, 53 tons, Smith, from Hobart Town-discharging. F. Archer, agent. ALICE, 30 tons, from Port Lincoln. THE BRITTANNIA.-Captain Moore, of the revenue cutter Prince George, arrived at William's Town on Friday last, having several ...
Adelaide Shipping Report. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
Adelaide Shipping Report SAILED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MA Y 31.-The brig David, 204 tons, Pearce, &nbsp; for Launceston. &nbsp; &nbsp; MAY 31. The schooner Essington, 123 tons, Archer, for Launceston, MAY 31-The Truelove, 136 tons, Colice for Kangaroo Island, MAY 31.-The schooner Truganini, 90 tons, Paterson, for Port Phillip. &nbsp; The Maria was advertised to load at Hobart Town for this place. The brig Scout, loading at Launceston for this port, was to sail on the 12th May; and the brig Brazil Packet on the 23rd. The Thirteen and Roberts from London, and the Dauntless and Culdee from Greenock, are now overdue.
THE PENDING INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
THE PENDING INVESTIGATION* A rupture has we understand taken &nbsp; place between two Government officials, &nbsp; which has been the subject of rumour for some days past. We should be scarcely warranted in stating what has come to our knowledge upon this sub- ject ; and the more so, as His Excel- lency intends to grant an opportunity for inquiry. It would be unwise, &nbsp; therefore, either to anticipate or to predict the result. The continued ill- ness of one of the parties affords ground for serious apprehension. &nbsp; - &nbsp; WE omitted on Tuesday to put the Register in mind of a serious omission in his enumeration of the Acts passed by His Excellency. He forgot the Sheriffs Bill — that splendid production! which seems to have been so widely circulated that even the government print has lost sight of it ! &nbsp; &nbsp; - &nbsp; THE WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; UNION. — We cal...
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO THE NEW PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 June 1840
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO THE NEW PORT. &nbsp; &nbsp; ON Wednesday Last, his Excellency &nbsp; the Governor, attended by the Chamber of Commerce, proceeded to the New Port, for the purpose of inspecting the improvements which are taking place &nbsp; &nbsp; in that neighbourhood. On their arr- val, they were saluted with a discharge of cannon. It is, we understand, in contemplation to build a line of sheds nearly opposite the Custom House, along the water's edge. The next arri- val, it is reported, will be discharged &nbsp; there. The works are proceeding rapidly, and his Excellency is said to have expressed great pleasure at their progress. Land for building sites is now letting at £5 per foot, - a most ruinous and unconscionable rate. Up to mid-day yesterday there was no news of any arrivals. &nbsp;