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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 April 1845
3Loc«il fictos. His Excellency the Governor and party embarked on Wednesday afternoon, on board the Govern ment cutter Jane and Emma. We understand it is the Governor's intention to examine Coffin's Bay ; to visit Port Lincoln ; to coast along and inspect the various points of interest in Kangaroo Island ; and, finally, to examine il i vol i Bay and the neighbourhood, with a view to forming a town- ' ship. We learn irani a gentleman who lately visited Rivoli Bay, that His Excellency will find j every thing to his mind in the latter point, there being an admirable site for a to^i n close to the bay. i THE CORN 1 RADE.-To show the extent of j the corn trade in this colony, we may mention that Messrs Bunkiu & Bryant, whose ware houses we visited a few days ago, have, at pre sent, in store, 30,000 bushels of wheat and bar ley, and .that they are now receiving and delivering at the rate of 1000 bushels per day. They have filled about three-fourths ot the sreat square stores in Fl...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
floral ileU)ö. - THE MINING ASSOCIATION.-A very full meeting of the scrip-holders of this Association was held on Saturday evening at Mr. Payne's Hotel, when Messrs Mildred and Sleraan gave in a report, to the effect that they had discovered two lodes of copper on the section recently purchased at the Government sale. Messrs Solomon, Beck, Hagen, Peacock, Sleman, Stocks, and Bean, were elected Directors ; Messrs Smart and Bayne, Solicitors ; and Mr. Ayres, Secretary. It was resolved-That the full payment of the balance of the shares, (being £4) should not be called for till the 5th of July, on which day, if that sum is not paid into the bank, the £1 depo sited will be forfeited. It was also agreed that, in fu ture, all votes shall be takea by ballot, according to the number of shares held by the scrip-holders. TUB congregation of St. John's are about to erect a neat parsonage, near the church. CHINA.-A letter from an eminent firm at Hongkong has been received by merchants in town, w...
Poetry. I NEVER SHALL FORGET, ANNIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
I NEVER SHALL FORGET, ANNIE. I never shall forget, Annie, Though memory waxeth old, The joyous hoar when first we met. And first oat loves were told ; For when I asked thy heart. Annie, > Te said not aye or nay. But on thy cheek the blush did speak,. Oh more than words could say. I never shall forget, Annie, When we stood side by side, And those blue eyes of thine were wet. When first I called thee bride ; But they were tears of joy. Annie, Which from their fount gave way. For o'er thy cheek, the blush did speak, Oh more than words could say. I never shall forget, Annie, How pale thy lip would grow, When from thy presence I would let My steps unwilling go, Nor when, at each return, Annie, Ye met me on the way. And o'er thy cheek the blush would speak Oh more than words could say. I never shall forget. Annie, Amid life's fading yeats. With all the change they can beget. Oar earliest hopes and fears ; For though thy form is bent. Annie, Thy golden locks though grey. Still o'er thy ...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
FREIGHTS. To Tendon and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.... ljd to If d " Oil, per ton. 4 IO O " Bark. 4 19 0 " Olher good;«. 4 to £4 10 ! To Hobart Town, per ton.2Is lo I 10 0 To Launceston, per ton...... 10 0 To Port Phillip, per ton.15« to 1 « 0 To Sydney, per ton.£1 to 15 0 " Wheal, per bushel. 0 O 6 To Mauritius, per ton. 2 IO 0 ToSwan River, per ton ....£2 to 2 10 0
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
Shipping fiutclttgcuce. I ARRIVED. APRIL26 -The schooner Vanguard, 61 tone, Osbourne, fiom Sydney. Passengers-Mr D. C*iul, Mr Alexander, Mr Pashiey, MISJ Aid ldge, Mrs E. Aldridge, Mr Crouch, \. r A Heyne, and Mr Berry. April 27.-The schooner Mercuty, 26 tons, Russell, from Launceston. Passengers-W. Record, Mr Record, H. Salter, S?rah Salter, G. Salter, J. Salter, Thoa. Wells, H. EuÚer, Mary Cami bell, W. Boshley,J. Grigson, Jas. Rel y. Jas. Cooper, VV. M'Firlane, Wm. Berry, Robert Roberts, S. Hayes, and J. Carey. April 2S.-Tr.e cutter Alpha, St tons. Martin, from Launceston. Passengers-Mr J. Taylor, C. Franklin, W. Watson, ii. «oyera, wu«, and child, J. Donaldson, Robt. Reid, R. Totton and wife, J. Lewis, wife, and child, R. Smiths, and R. Varossa. Same Day.- The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Walsh, from Sydney, Passengers-Mr S. E. Boord, Mr md Mrs French and two daughters, Miss H. Wagg, W. M. Mac kenzie, Esq., Mr J.Williams, Mr Lazar, and E. Holthouse in the cabin ; and Alex.Child, D.Cowl...
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. OD spirits, the prodoce and manufacture of the United Kingdom or any British possession, per gallon. © * § All other spirits.: ...... 0 13 0 Wine....15 per cent, ad valorem* Tea, sugar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, and other grain and pulse imported.. .5 per cent. Cigars, per lb. OSO Other manufactured tobacco and snuff.. ...... OSO AU other tobacco (except tobacco «'«ms) .... . I 6 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent All merchandise not bein? the produce or mann. facture of the doited Kingdom IO per cent. All other goods (British included), 5 par cent. The following articles are exempt from duty, namely, i bottles of common glass, if imported fu'I, bullion and cain,' liv« stock of ali kinds, scads, bulbs, and plants.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
S-líes fi ? fl ucl fort. sro M s m s. Daily expected from Launceston. HJR. W. G. LAMBERT has recored in structions io announce to thc public, that a well-selected lot of about forty horses will arrive by the Henry, from Launceston, which may be daily expected. Among them are »ame strone serviceable mare.«. On arrival, th*; particulars and day of sal« will he duly advertised. To be told by Auction, BT VMn, *W. ©. E. .& IVS BS HT, j^T his auction rooms, Adelaide, on Monday the 26th day of May «ext, at noots, either et, oe in lots as may be agreod upon at the tiuio of sale, the follo\vin¡r section* of laud, con'ainiua 6l9è actes, in the Special Survey cn the Lillie Para, taken by Thomas William«, E.q. : ¡Section No. 6550, containing 30 acre« 5554, 80 " 5557. " 40 " 6563. 80 «' 5564. " 80 « 6565. " 80 «« 5566, " 40 " 5574, " 66 «. ALSO, 73| acres of Section No. 5513. -Part of the above is enclosed, much improved and in a high state of cultivation ; a part, also, is at present oc...
RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AU8TBALIA Draw on London, at 30 days' sight, at par. Parchase on London at sight, at 3 per cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every 30 days beyoud. THE BANK OP AUSTRALASIA Draw, at SO days eight, on London at par. " At 30 days eight, on its branches at Sydney, Mait land, Melbourne, Hobart Town, Launceston and Pei th, at I per cent premium. Purchase draft* at sight on London, at 3 per cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for each thirty day*. «&lt; On Australasian Colonies, at thirty days, m I 3 per cent, discount. j
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
Colonial Secretary's Office, April 23 -His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the following abstract of Immigration and Emigration into and from the Port of Adelaide, during the quarter ended the 5th instant, be published for general information. By his Excellency s command. A. ÄT. MUNDY, Colonial Secretary. i Abstract Return of Immigration and Emigration at Port Adelaide, during the Quarter ending che 5th April, 1845. Karn« of Port. Immigration. Adults. M. F Chil dren. Emigration. Adults. M. F. Chil dren. Totals. Immi gration] Emi gration Great Britain-. London . Liverpool. Leith ........-. British Colonies Cape Town. Mauritius. Singapore. N. South Wales Sydney. Melbourne. Portland Bay. V. D. Land Hobart Town. Launceston. Circular Head. Western Australia New Zealand. Foreign States Guam. Bourbon. Totals 67 3 7 53 6 14 81 133 10 21 14 45 32 20 2 2 29 34 S 9 12 27 3 1 47 40 2 14 23 15 2 2 2 23 9 4 19 27 144 3 ll 100 ll 17 157 207 14 44 49 19 8 2 2 33 ll 4 19 31 4...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
IMPOST*. j ¡ Cargo of the Vanguard, from Sydney.-2 trunks boots, I 19 casks bottled sherry, 12 hhds. rum. 3 pipes, 2 hhds., j 1 quarter cask brandy, 20 cases champagne. 20 cases i sherry, 1 cask glassware, E. L. Montefiore & Co. ; 4 j hhds loaf sugar, 5 barrels saltpetre, 4 casks iron mongery, ll casks glassware, 2 bales bags, 47 logs : cedar, I bale bags, Order; 2 hhds. loaf sugar, 1 case apples, Collier; I bundle frying pans, 1 case iron mongery, Blyth Brothers ; 1 hhd. hats, 1 bale lamp cotton, 1 bale lines, I bale grindery, 1 coil rope, 2 casks ironmongery, 12 boxes tin plate, 600 feet cedar, J. Newman. Cargo of the Alpha, from Launceston.-6 hhds. brandy, Hamilton & Henderson ; 2 hhds. B.P. rum, J. Masters ; 4 baies merchandise. Younghusband ; 2 packages seeds, C. & F. J. Beck ; 9 casks apples. Chamberlain ; 15 casks bottled beer, I four wheeled carriage, J. Martin ; 3 casks, &lt; case apples, Martin ; 2 sheets iron, Order ; 3 cases fruit, Todd ; ...
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. April 28, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
? -----?-I PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. I April 28. 1845. Wheat (clean). 2s 3d to 2-6d bush« grinding sampln ........ Sa Od to 2s 3d ditto inferior (smutty) ........ ls lOd to 2sditto Floor, fine. £7 IQ«to£8 lupton j seconds. £6 to £7 per ditto i Pollard. Isper2ulb« j Bran. .. 9d oer basfas! Bar ey, English. 2s 9d to 3s 6d dide Cape. ls 6d to ls 9d diite Sb inness. 2s 9d ditto Bread. 4d to 5d p~r 4-lb leal Biscuit .,. 1 Os to 15« per ont I Oats. 2s 61 to 3 tty haskel Mais». 2s 61 di to j Pea«, whit«. 3dperlb blue. 4d ditto May. £? 5a:o£l IO* per too Oaten ditto. £1 10s io £2 ditto ; Tobacco, sheep-wash. 7J to 8d $,er lb BOTCHER'S Si EAT. Beef...... 3|d to 4d per !h Mutton. 2Jd to 3d ditto Veal. 4d to Gd difo Lamb.. 2¿d lo 3d ditto POULTRY. Fowls. 2s to 2s öd prr pair Ducks....... Ss to 4s per pair Gerse. 4*io6nfcach Turkeys. ói to I Ts eat» Pigeons.. Zs 3d per V*ir DAIRV PRODUCE. Butter, fresh. ls to ls 3d per lb ('he se. 6d to 9d pfer ib Milk. 4&lt;lper&l...
THE PUFFING SYSTEM REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
I I THE PUFFING SYST KM REVIVED. THE Sydney liera ld of April Oth, contains one , leading article, lt is the fo'towitig : - I SOOTH AUSTRALIA. [ We have Adelaide papers to the 18th instant, and it is j really quite refreshing to read with what unanimity they are all agreed in puffing the colony ; it reminds us of the good old days of Hindmarsh and Gawler. That South Australia is in a prosperous state is evident ; but our friends are blowing their horns rather too loudly. A considerable increase to the population has been received ftom the neighbouring colonies, and a 6hip-load of emi grants from England is expected to arrive about the end of this mouth. The exports are increasing, and every ¡ thing is improving; but mind, good friends, you do not go a-head too fast. Remember the prosperous times of Governor Gawler, and take warning. Now, we freely state that nothing yet has ap peared here more calculated to " puff" South Australia than the above excellent denunciation I of the syste...
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency George Grey, Esquire, Go- j vernor and Commander-in-Chief of the Province of South Australia, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c, &c. lu pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of] Great Britain and Ireland, passed in tbe 5th and 6th years of her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act for Regulating the Sale of Waste Lands I belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," I do hereby notify and proclaim that, at j eleven o'clock of Saturday the nineteenth day of Joly next, the following portions o£ Crqvvn land will be offered for -aaJe by^pwbl*c aocttwH at «he Colonial Treasury at AdelsMe, at the upset price affixed tn each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provi - sioos of the above-recited Act (deposit ten per J cent.) : - No. of Lot. 1792 1796 No. of Sec. 5539 Í504J 7 b Aroa. in Acres Price per Acre. 75 £1 £1 Description and Remarks. Copper Pyrites on ...
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
PROCLAMATION. By Iiis Kxcelletiey George Grey, Esquire, Go vernor and Commander-in-Chief of the Province of South Australia, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c, Sec. Iii pu.nuance of th« authority in me vested by a certain Act of ther Impérial P*iliameiit ol Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th ¿.nd Otb yearn of h*r Majesty'* reign, intituled *'An t Act for Re-u'atíííj the Sale of Waste Lauds belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," I &lt;'o hereby notify and proclaim that, at eleven o'clock of Saturday the thirty-first day of May next, the following portions of Crown laud will be offered for sale by publie auction at the Colonial Treasury at Adelaide, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above-recited Act (deposittea percent.): No. of Lot. 17791 No. of Sec. 5136 1780! 5137 1781 5138 Area Price ia I per Acres Acre. 80 28 17 1782 15135 1783 5276 1784 5277 1765. 5...
THE TOBACCO PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
THE TOBACCO PLANT. j OUR object in this article being practical utility, it would be irrelevant to introduce any lengthy his torical notice of the tobacco plant. This plant, it is generally believed, was 6rst introduced into Europe from the west (A.D. about 1560), by Jean Nicot, French ambassador to the Court of Portugal, from whom it received its bo tanical name Nicotians. " Tobacco, as used by man," says Du Tour (Nouveau, Cours d' Agriculture), " gives pleasure to the savage and to the philosopher, lo the inha- J hitant of the burning desert, and the frozen zone. In short, its use either in powder, to chew, or to smoke, is universal, and for no other reason than a sort of convulsive'motion (sneezing) produced by the first, and a degree of intoxication by the two last methods of usage." The taste for tobacco call it depraved if you will-has become all but universal ; though a hundred volumes have been written against it-thpugb kings, sultans, emperors, sad popes* have dewe ^ttet* t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 April 1845
** &outfc gtusualtan" CE NE BAX *RÏNT0IFÛ1@ g§TÄ©&.Q§H«»Hlr«Y. íTHE Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press printing Easiness will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing has always giren the greatest satisfaction, And he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the «olony. k The motto of this Office shall be Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, 7 Rundle-street, Nor. li, 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, £.«., advertisements countermanded or not duly ordered, are allowed to appear. The whole of oar available space is devoted to natter of general interest and information : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publicati...