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AMERICAN FILIBUSTERING [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
AMERICAN FILIBUSTERING ' About six months ago a band of adventurers from the United States, under the command of a freebooter named Walker, invaded the Bepublic of Nicaragua, with no claim or pretext that we are aware oC, merely relying on die power of die sword and die superiority of might to right. Success crowned their efforts; they overthrew the existing Government, by what acts of blood and treachery it is not now necessary to state, and installed them selves, for a tune at least, in the positioa of sove reigns of Nicaragua. But die neighbouring States of Costa Rica and Guatemala became alarmed, and commenced an attack upon the American invaders, die success in which, according to the last accounts, had declared in their favour and against tbe piratical occupiers of tbe country. Walker and his followers have appealed to force, and force seems on die point of deciding against them. The Clayton- Bui wer treaty binds die American and English Government alike not to occupy any port...
VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
VALPARAISO. We have been favoured, says the Melbourne ' Argus,' with the sight of additional commercial advices from the West Coast of America, all of which confirm tbe accounts of the scarcity of wheat at Chilian ports in ApriL The following extracts, however, give promise of shipments at a later period of the year : — Valparaiso, April 8, 1856. ** During March we had ten days of rain — a most unusual thing in Chili — and large parcels of outlying wheat have been destroyed. 4 to 5 dol lars per 155 lbs. are asked for sound wheat, and millers only buy for immediate wants; and in the absence of stocks of flour is worth 12 dollars 50c. cash per ton quintals, and some weeks may pass without any material decline. We think that later on, say August forward, our stocks should admit of liberal exports at about 9 to 10 dollars, say per two quintals.'
London Wool Report. May 15, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
London Wool Eeport May 15, 1856. The first sale of tbe new clip commenced on die 8th of May, and the quantity announced for sale was 52,000 bales, of which, up to this date, 15,000 bales have oaseed die hammer. 'The anticipations of those who were looking for higher prices prior to the sale have been fully real ized. The exhaustion of stocks both here and abroad brought together a large attendance of buyers, bow home and foreign, and an advance was obtained on die average rates of February of full 2d- per lb on all descriptions. The upward tendency still continues, and higher prices are being paid than at die first sale. Our home manufacturers and dealers (the latter more particularly) have competed stoutly for all sorts— those most required for continental purposes have found steady opponents in our Huddersfield buyers; and, judging from their operations in scour ed and .fintHdass combing and clothing sorts of fright plump character, these descriptions will main tain the high rates...
Markets. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE MERCANTILE REPORT. Friday evening, August 22, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
Jparfots. south Australia. ADELAIDE MERCANTILE BEPOBT. Fridar evenine. Anerust 22. 1856. Owing to the absence of any late intelligence from die neighbouring colonies during the week, the trans actions in flour were limited, though the tone pf die market was very firm. Yesterday and today, since receipt of the English and colonial news per White Swan, a very brisk business has been doneTand an adyance of folly £1 per ton established. The late rains have prevented wheat coming in in qnantijy since last Saturday; but as fee weather im proves it is expected to come Eteaduy forward. The improvement in the price of flour has occasioned a corresponding action in wheat, and good muling samples may be qnotedat 9s 6d per busheL Barley and oats remain much the same. Trade in English goods is dull, and sales are slow, ThearrivalB this mini have been considerable, bat as a*great number of the goods are come on indent, and as (be spring, trade is at land, they' .UB not pressed npon the market* an...
Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
Urices Current Flour, fine Adelaide, per bag.... ? none Do. do. colonial ? '. ? 2 10 0 Tea, per chest or box, per lb.. Is 9d to 0 2 6 Coffee, pe/ lb ? 0 0 9 Sugar, Cossipore, per lb ? 0 O 61 Brown, per lb. 3d to ? 0 0 4 Bope, Indian, per lb ? 0 10 Ditto coir ? 0 0 6 Bice, Java, per lb ? „..'. ? 0 0 2 Ditto Patna ? '. ? 0 0 2 Ginger, (preserved) per box ? 1 10 0 Bottled fruits, per dozen ? 1 4 O Sauces ditto ? 0 12 0 Salt, English (fine) per lb ? 0 0 2 Ditto (coarse) ? ; ? 0 0 1 Tobacco On bond) per lb. Is 6d to.... 0 19 Cigars, rail Manilla, per thousand ? 5 0 0 Ditto inferior ? 3 0 0 Soap (London) per lb ? 0 0 8 Brandy (in bond) per gallon. ? 0 14 0 Hum (West India) per gallon. ? 0 7 0 Gin (Booth's No. 1) per gallon ? 0 18 0 Wines, port (duty paid) per dozen ? 1 16 0 Gram, per bag, 168lbs. ? 18 0 linseed oil, pf- gallon ? 0 7 6 Whale oil ? 0 5 0 Cocoa-nut oil ? 0 4 6 Beef Irish, per tierce ? 6 0 0 Do. other sorts ? 3 0 0 Champagne, per dozen 40s to ? 2 10 0 Porter, per hogshead, (d...
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE The Foreign News brought by the u Loch invar' is not so late as our own, the dates ?from England being 4th June. We insert such items as may not have been previously ^published: — Austria and Sardinia. The Post's Paris correspondent writes that it is by .no means impossible that diplomatic relations will ere long cease between Austria an ! Sardinia. Count Buol has directed a circular despatch to all the representatives of Austria at foreign courts, in -which he endeavours to refute the memorandum of Oount Cavour, and describes Sardinia as the focus of *the revolutionary disturbances that agitate Italy. The letter of the Count is as follows : — ** Like the Sardinian Plenipotentiaries, Count Buol «tarts from the principle that reforms in Italy arc much -needed, but as to the means of those reforms ?comes to a conclusion diametrically opposed to Sardii iin policy. While the memorandum of the 16th of April seeks the causes of the state of affairs in Italy in the me...
Local and Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
JfocHt and Domestic Jfntd%euq. A right whale and calf were captured at Freman tie on Friday. This is the first -instance of good luck we have had io record, for, although there has been no lack of whales, yet, in conse quence of the opposition, die captures have been niL Bateman's party were Cast to a humpback on Thursday, but had eventually to abandon fheir prize. We hear that one of the whaling parties has been disbanded, leaving two (Batemans and Harwood's) to cany on during the season. ? ^-J ? The road from the Mount Eliza -depot towards Fremantle is progressing fast, more having been done to that portion within the last few months than for some time previously. There are -now 130 probationers at ihe Mount JSliza depot, who will be continually employed on this .road. - They have, however, lately been taken off to execute a very necessary work, namely, the clearing of the drain at the back of Perth, but ibis operation ha ving been performed, Hbey will be employed solely on the ro...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
^Itipwig JnteUujmr*. ABBIVED. On the 16th instant, the cutter 'Zillah,' from Bnnbnry. Cargo — 84 bags potatoes, 1 1 trasses hay, 8 bags barley, 7 kegs butter, 4 «asks oil. On the 11th instant tbe brig ' Lochinvar,' Brown, from Adelaide. Cargo — 260 bags potatoes, 7 pack ages sundries, 1 box specie (£5,000) for the Com missariat. BAILED. On die 18th instant, the brig ' Champion,' Jack, for the Vasse, to take in timber. Passengers — Mrs Knight, Mr A. Bunbnry, Miss Gaerin, Mrs Yel verton, Mrs Wilson. Cargo, for Vasse — 133 bags floor, &c For Adelaide,— 4 cases cigars and son dries, part of inward cargo, and 49 casks oil, shipped at Albany. On the 20th instant, the cutter - Zillah9 for Bon bury. Cargo — Sundries. The * Lochinvar' sailed on Sunday, but put back on account of the weather. The '.Preston' also put back. ?
Western Australian Tariff. SCHEDULE No 1 TABLE OF DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
Western ^ttstrato Sfat^f, SCHEDULE ISO I TABLE OF DUTIES. Beer, Porter, Cider, and Perry, bottled and in wood, 4d. per gallon. Cigars and Snnfi; £s. 6d. per lb, Coffee, 4s. per cwt, Spirits, Cordials, or strong Waters, not being perfumed, or Medicinal Spirits, to be used as medicine qt perfumery. only, for each and every iinperial gallon of such Spirits, Cordials, or Strong Waters, pf any strength, not exceeding the strength of proof by Syke'a hydrometer, and so in proportion for any ' greater strength than the strength of proof, or any quantity greater or less than a gallon, 12s. per gallon. Sugar, refined and candy, 4s. per cwt. Sugar, moist, and Molasses, 3s. per cwt. Tea,2d, perlb, Tobacco, manufactured, Is. 9d. per lb. Tobacco, unmanu&ctured, Is. per lb. Wine, bottled and in wood, gs. per gallon. On all Goods, Wares, and Merchandize imported into this Colony, and not other wise charged with a specific duty and not hereafter set forth as free of duty, a duty of seven per...
New South Wales Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
B*ur f uutft Mates $mM, £ s. d. Tea, perlb. ... ... 0 0 3 Coffee, .. ... 0 0 2 Sugar, raw, per cwt. ... 0 5 0 Ditto refined, ditto ... 0 6 8 Molasses, ditto ... ... 0 3 4 Chicory . . ... 0 0 2 Beer, in wood, per gallon ... 0 0 1 Ditto, in bottle, ditto ... 0 0 2 Wine, not more than 25 per cent alcohol .. .. 0 2 0 Brandy and gin, Sykes' proof, do. O 10 0 Whiskey and Rum, ditto ... 0 7 0 Uquers, Cordials, and Brandied Fruits, do. ... ... 0 10 0 Perfumed Spirits, ditto ... 0 7 0 Colonial, ditto ... ... 0 6 5 Ditto ditto grain *-- ... 0 7 0* Tobacco, perlb. ... .. 02 0 Cigars ... ... 0 3 0 Snuff ... .. 0 2 0 Drawback on Refined Sugar, 6s 8d per cwt. Drawback on bastard sugar, 5s. per cwt. ALL OTHER IMPORTS ARE FREE
TASMANIA. August 16, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
TASMANIA. Accost 16, 1856. Flour is still nominally quoted at £24 per ton, but it is difficult to say how much under that amount the article can be bought in quantity. Probably we shall receive advices by the^ Black Swan ' to day, which will give merchants and millers some thing definite to base their future transactions npon, for at present all their information is uncertain, and the most sanguine private advices from Mel bourne recommend extreme caution in this market. Wheat was sold yesterdsy at from 8s 6d to 9s 3d, according to quality. One of the millers has ceased purchasing wheat, but .declines to sell flonr under £25 per (on. Laoncbston, 16th Angust. — Th,e additonal in formation brought to band by the ' Black Swan ' has had the effect of making the highest prices of flour quoted hi our last issue firmer. Holders are less disposed to sell, and unless considerable quantities of breadstuff's arrive from Chili to reduce the price at Sydney, there is no doubt but floor will adva...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
^T RAYED^TOC^^ T- ROUGHT in from the bush, and now fl in the paddock of the undersigned at Acclan Farm, Dandalup, Murray River, a brown Cart Mare; about 15 hands high, aged, white mark on forehead, white snip on nose, small white spot under the mane on both sides, slightly marked on shoulder, apparently by collar, no brand visible. A light grey Gelding, white face, four white feet, branded 27 on near side, about 14 hands high. Owners can have them on paying expenses. If not claimed, will be sold to pay expenses. JANE LEWIS. Acclan Farm, Sept. 15, 1856. QTRAYED to my run, two heifers aud k3 one steer, branded J-P. They have been at rny place about 4 months. Whoso ever will claim the same may have them, by paying the damages. A. DEWAR. Colston, September 4 1856. ICHARD DILLON having brought in from the bush one entire horse, about 13 hands high, and 3 years old, with black points, and no mark or brand, will sell the same; if not claimed within tbe time allowed by Act of Council. B. DI...
Victoria Tariff [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
^ictorift ftoiff Sate of duty. Ale, porter, spruce, and other beer, cider s. d and perry, the gallon ? 0 6 Cigars, the lb ? 3 o Coffee and chicory, the lb... ? 0 1 Spirits, or strong waters of any strength not exceeding the strenght of proof by Sikes's hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less strength than die strength of proof the gallon ? ,, ? Spirits, cordials, liqueurs, or strong waters, sweetened or mixed with any article, so that the degree of strength cannot be as certained by Sikes's hydrometer, the gallon........... ? ..\.... ? 10 0 Spirits perfumed, thegallon ? ,. 10 0 Sugar, raw and. refined, and sugar candy, the cwt~ ? 6 6 Tea, the lb ? ., ? o 0 Tobacco or snufij the lb., ? 2 0 Wine, the gallon...., ? 2 0 All other goods, wares, and merchandise free
LORD DALHOUSIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
LORD DALH0USIE. (From the Times.) The administration of India combines difficulties which, formidable even when separate, become appalling by their combi nation, exhibiting the fusion of all discordant elements into a bard and unmalleable whole. A population constituted of two race3, one of which was the victorious, the other the vanquished race, each retaining its own re ligion and the habits which that religion has impressed upon it — each to the peculia rities of religion adding the peculiarities of blood, and both, moreover, impressed with, those distinct characteristics which a com mon origin has transmitted to the whole Oriental family— this population, which numbers 110 millions of human beings, which is scattered over an area equal to three great European kingdoms, which for 2000 years has been exhausting the ex perience cf Castern despotism, which has never known or tilt lately heard of a stand ard of public morality or public opinion, whicli has grown up generation after g...
South Australian A ariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
Jlout&Jntstpto 3H arif. All imprted 'goods, with the following exceptions, are ad mitted a a ditty of 6 per cent, ad valorem : Beer, Porter, Ale, Oder, and Perry .. 4d per gallon. Coffee ? .. 6s per cwt Cora. Heal, and Floor, viz : Wheat, Barley, Oats, Maize and Mniet, Peas, Beans, and Pulse .. 6d per quarter Malt ? 3s per quarter floor. Meal, Bran, and Pollard .. 2dperi00U» Bruit (dried), of all sorts ? 4s per cwt Hops ? 2d perlb. Iron— Bar and Bod ? lOsperton Sheet and Hoop ? 14s per ton _, JV^ _ ? 2s 65 per ton Pitch and Tar .. „ .. .. Is per band Provisions and Preserved Heats . . 38 per cwt. Resin. ? 6d per barrel Spirits #r Strong Waters of all sorts .. 98 per gallon gngar — Bj-finoi and Candy . . . . 4s per cwt. Muscovado ? 2s per cwt Molasses ? lspercwt Tea ? 2d perlb. TVrfMlniy.—'Moiinfi.pfaincfl . . .. .. IB per lb. Unmanufactured ? 6d perlb. Cigars and Cheroots ? 2s6dper. lb Snuff ? is perlb. Sulphured and tarred, for Sheep Shingtes and Laths ? 6dper 1600 Trenails...
Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Inquirer and Commercial News." [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
StSTAs a general rule, we wish it to be understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions or expressions of our correspondents. To the Editor of the ' Inquirer and Commercial News.' SIR, — The present position and prospects of the Colony are so alarmingly gloomy that I do not hesitate to address myself to you as the exponent of public opinion, and call attention to a few facts on the subject, without a due consideration of which little good can be effected. The great point I would wish to be made more explicitly understood, in connection with all our public affairs, is this — The sole and undivided responsibilitt of the Goveenob for the time being for whatever situation the colony may be placed in. Without a fall and complete system of .representative Government and responsible ministers, answerable for their deeds to the de puties of the public, we must place that responsibi lity in none else than the Governor ; and no attempt, however adroitly made, can place it on an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
§Bte Jftqmrer an! 4|ramm*rdal Jjtas Newspaper & General Printing-Office ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH. f ? EVERT DESCRIPTION OF LetterFrcss Printing EXECUTED WITH KBATNESS 'AND DISPATCH, AT REASONABLE PRICES; The Proprietors being prepared to execute in a workmanlike manner, SHOP-LISTS I BILL-HE AOS AUCTION AND POSTING BII,LS, SAL14 CATALOGUES, KMttf nift fetlemen:^ -feta In a new and varied assortment of Type, . and in such a manner as will ensure giving satisfaction. Cotter 'ZILLAH.' 7?*^^V *T1HE fine, fast-sailing, and. Ity^i^i^v -I- well-known cutter IliMJaa*- 'ZILLAH,' ^^g^PgfPsHanhani, master, will ply be tween Fremantle and Bunbury, and per form regular trips, wind and weather per mitting, twice a month. Has good accom modation for passengers. All goods to be forwarded by this vessel will be stored at Bunbury free ol* warehouse rent. ^ This vessel will lay four days at Buu bury and Fremantle, for the purpose of k shipping cargo. All freights to be paid to Mr W. Spen cer...
The Inquirer & Commercial News. The Quid verum at que decens, curo et rogo, et [?] WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
3-hq Jnqtiiiieit & ti£ommeiftutl Htyus. Quid cerum atque decent, euro et rogo, et omnis in Jute turn WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1856. It is npon the natural productions of a coun try that we must depend for permanent prosperity, and until the Colony can be placed in a position to support itself without foreign aid we cannot be considered in a satisfactory position. Western Australia at present is, to a great extent, supported by the Imperial Government, the expenditure on account of convicts being our principal source of revenue. The sudden withdrawal of that expenditure, or a portion of it, would create great financial embarrassment, and we should in vain look to the Colony itself to supply this deficiency. It was fondly hoped that the advent of convicts would have enabled the colonists rapidly to bring into the market, and con vert into a source of wealth, the products of the Colony, whether indigenous or artifi cially created; and to a certain extent this has been done, eno...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
PURSUANT to advertisement dated 29th August last, Mr J. H. Mon ger's tender for flour of superior quality, at £20 per 2000 lbs, has this day been accept ed, together with his security offered Commissariat, Western Australia, 1 Perth, Sept. 12th, 1856. j SWAN RIVER MECHANICS' IN STITUTE. PATRON— Sis Excellency the Governor* PRESIDENT— Hon. J. S. Roe, Esq., R.Tf ., F.XmS. TTTR Public are hereby -repectfully in formed that MR: TRIGG will deliver a Lecture in the Mechanics' Hall, on Wed nesday, 8th October, on Capital and Labour OR, The Rights of Industry. Doors open at half-past 7; lecture to pommence at 8 o'clock precisely. Admis sion as usual. By order gf the Committee, Jt T, REILLY. Secretabt. Perth, September 23, J856. WOOL. fTlHE undersigned will purchase or make X advances qn WOOL of this season's clip. W. & R. HABG00D. Perth, Sept. 23, 1826. Perth Town Trust. fllHE usual Quarterly Meeting of the JL Trustees, for the transaction of such business as may be brought before i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 24 September 1856
Birth. On the 14th July, at the Native's Training Institu- tion, Powaindie, South Australia; Mrs. Hale, the wife of die Bishop-designate of Perth, of a daughter. At St James' Church, Sydney, New South Wales, on the 8th March, 1856, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, B.A.; George Octavius, son of the late Deputy Commissary General Allan, to Emilie Eliza- beth, eldest daughter of Henry Consell, Esq., As- sistant Commissary General, late of Western Aus- tralia. At Toodyay, on Thursday, 18th September, in the &nbsp; 24th year of her age, Isabella, the beloved wife of Mr A. Warren, of Toodyay Hotel. Mrs Warren was a great sufferer for ten days in child-bed. She was much respected by all her acquaintance.