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LAUNCESTON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
LAUNCESTON fi EWS» OUR Launceston papers have not come to hand by the Maria, but, in the ab sence of other hews from Launceston, we extract the ' following from the Hobart Town Courier .* LICENSED VICTUALLERS.-Two meetings have been held du'ing (be past welt, Tor the purpose of fonniog a Licensed Victuallers' Society, upon a plan similar to the one now in operation at Hobart flown. One of the objeots-of tbisjsociety, is to ra isa a fund for the purpose of protecting themselves, from the impositions occasionally practised opon them by the constabulary. A second meeting was held at Mr. Suisted's, the Steam Packet Tavern, on Tuesday evening, where a committee was appointed for managing the affairs of the society, and subscriptions entered into. It was aluo resolved to establish^* Union Brewery, aod upwards of 100 shares have been already taken* ATTEMPTED ESCAPS FROM PRISO**^-On the .vening of Friday last, an attempt to escape from the gaol in this town was made bjf'William Dawson, now ...
Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 24. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN, PR. IMP. QR., [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
Commercial intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec 24. CUS RENT PRICES OF CRAIN, PR. IMP. QB., BRITISH. S. S. Wheat,.62 to 72 Oats .21 ..38 FOREIGN. Wheat, Dantzic, Kongsberg, 6fc. ..70 ..84 Oats, .. .. ..24 ..42
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS- I WE have received a file of SWAN Rrvten papers, bat are unable to notice their cont eats uofil oar next. From the press of other matter, oar remarks apon the AucnoNEEBff'and the CATTLE SLAUGHTEB ING BILLS must stand over till Tuesday. Want of space alone prevents us- noticing the BAKES* this «reek. Wè are not a little sur prised that the Government have not 'ere this taken up the matter.
NEW ZEALAND.—BAY OF ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
JiteW ZEALAND.-BAY OF ISLANDS. ÏN the absence of intelligence from ouf11 own Correspondent,* which .weare almost daily expecting, we lay before Oaf readers the following important information from the BAY OF ISLANDS, udder date of April the 17th, which we'ieitract from the Colonist, and which we nfc. ve no dcubt will be read with interest Byythe barque Diana, Captain Robert Milne, fronjibe Bay of Islands the 17th April, we haye rçoçjVjed th» following intelligence :-The Buffalo h*.4fiaW'iT«d with the troops, icc, sent from Syd* !^î**fl** ^hiaww aoanisftion, si, before her arrival, fears were entertained of aa insnrrec tit^l^pongst the natires, which was supposed Jo have heetr instigated by certain worthless Euro* jwais opposed to the establishment of British: gfvinitBewt, and it bM been deeaaad aapedieat i»WIfwl any aérions eansjpqooace torana atonal nütttia. When. the. Diana .left,all. fearon I jo* soa^bad airosidad, and it was expected tlwat insUf atora of the intended ¡aaarrectio...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
PORT PHILLIP. WJE have received papers from Port Phillip to May the 4th, on which day a meeting was to be held, in the Auction Company's Rooms, Far the purpose of memorialising the British Parliament against the application of the ^Provincial .Land Revenue to other purposes 3han that of promoting emigration. -Con* siderable excitement prevailed upon the -subject, and a very stormy meeting was ex pected. Tire union between the rival Auction Com panies, which had taken place in name, does iiot seem lo have taken place in reality. The baroer to a sound and lasting -union seems to 4iavearisen from the rejection of Mr. Welsh. I and Mr, Baxter from the directory of -the ?company. ,-. The black« seem here, as in Sydney, to he igetttiig more and more audacious in their attack« upon the settlers. From the " Port Philip Herald** it appears that they are not Only provided with muskets and fowling &lt;pieces. but with powder and ball. From r^wo to titree hundred of the Port Philip and g...
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd...¿£8 O Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, per brr.8 IO O .. 9 O O Dunbar, per doz . ...0 16 0 .. 0 17 0 Colonial, per bhd.... S O 0., 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb.........O 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 14 O Bran per 100 lbs...... ,.0 6 0.. 8 0 Batter, fresh, per lb.0 3 0 .. 3 6 salt, per do.0 2 0 .. 0 2 Cape, by tbe firkin 0 1 6 .. Bread, per 41b loaf.0 1 6 O 1 8 Candles, wax, per lb....0 3 6 English moulds ..0 1 2 .. 0 1 6 spermaceti.... ..0 3 6 .« » Burford's dips ...0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log. .. .0 0 6 .. inch boards..0 0 6 Coffee, perlb.0 10.016 Cheese. English, per lb....0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 I 60 2 0 Cigars, Manilla, per 1000 3 0 0 6 0 0 Chunsura, per do.. i O O.. 2 0 O Currants per lb.0 1 4 .. 0 1 6 Cordage per cwt.4 IO 0 .. Canvass per bolt.3 10 0.. Deals per foot..........O i G.. © I 2 Flour per ton.55 O 0 .. 60 O O seconds pe...
SYDNEY MAREKTS—May 5. Fine. Seconds. Ration. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
I SYDNEY MAREKTS-Afay 5. Fine. Seconds. Rit ion. Flour at the Mills ......45s.. 40s.. 35» -A deduction of ls per lOOlbs is made in all cash purchases. WHEAT-at the Mills (Colonial), 17s; at the Corn Market, 18s according to quality. Bran-ls 6d to 2s 6d per bushel.' MAIZE-Prices given growers, 6s 6d to 8s per bushel. BREAD-The loaf of 2lb, 9d to lOd. BISCUIT-Fine, 55s to 60s pei owl ; seconds, 50s do* HAY, £10 to £13 per ton. Hay plentiful. DAIBY PRODUCE-Fresh butter 3s per lb; salt do, 2s Od to 2s 3d ; Irish Butter, (none ia market); cheese, ls to ls 8d do ; hams ls to ls 4d do ; bacon to ls 3d do. BOTCHER'S MEAT-Beef, per tb, (joint) by carcase, 3 id to 5d ; salt per cask, 4d to 4|d ; veal, per lb, 9d to ls; pork, 9d to ls ditto. FAT CATTLE-Emm £6 to £8 10s per head, averaging from ôOOlbs to 6001bs. SHEEP-(Shorn) 13s to 18s each, averaging 561bs. VEGETABLES-Potatoes, ( Y.D,L. ) 10s to 19s ; Colonial (new potatoes) ditto, 8s to 12s ; cabba ges. 6d to ls each ; red do, 6d to ls. Faun...
To the Edifor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
To the Edifor of the SouthernJustralian. Sro,-A s a subscriber to, a constant reader of your Jpurn*1, - perhaps yon wiH pa ft)o«r roe 4áf calling" yoor attention to a circa mst ince, and ask ing you a question thereon, which has recently «(ruck my own mind as somewhat remarkable, and1 of »Heb I think I have, ta conmen with «ll your' subscribers» a jost reason to complain. The subject to which I wish to call vooratten tion is, your yonr emitting in your Friday's paper an abstract of the contents of the Official Gazette. Although every person in the province is doubtless affected tn a greater or less degree by the records of the Gazette, it is scarcelv to taesnected that they will purchase it ; but I do think it is yonr doty as public journalists, tb place your readers in pos session pf. those acts, notices, &c, in wbich thev are personally or generally-interested. To obta'n this information many at least -subscribe to your paper. lt is a duty you owe them, and one yen stand p...
LATEST NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
LATEST NEWS PROM CHINA. i WE nave been favored by John Allan* Esq., with the following letter from Macao, under date of February 25th, which we lay before our readers with out comment ( - V ' Macao, SSth February, 1840: Deavflfc^A4nm*«i*e ottfiawefffn? S^Bofip'á ratively quiet state since we bad last roe pleasure of addressing you, on the ft 1st;altinto, «nd-the alarm then prevailing as to the, apprehended inse curity of doing business at Canton has in a great measure subsided, the government not having pot in force their order for tba doltar io certain American vessels, to bc giveo over to the custody of the Hoppo, which it is thought will be revoked, and meanwhile the dollars still remain on hoard. An ed int bad arrived tram Palin enjoining the preain^affraaaurWw tm jijeiciñtn^e shhji of other fereign nations, from exporting tea and rhubarb for the English, and with this view restricting them lo the quantities which they have been ^accustomed to take in former years. This, if eufo...
The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1840 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
«fije Soutient &tt«traïtatu ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1840 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. OUR. opinions are entirely unchanged upon the subject of »the Ballot, as ex pressed in our last,' by any remarks thrown out in another quarter as to the Impraetictbility of tts working. When' we suggested the propriety of -the Ballot/ we never supposed, that there were to be some fifteen or twenty persons in the field at once, for all of whom each, candidate was to vote. Such an idea,, if intended to be attributed to >us, is 4oo preposterous te deserve .notice.,; What we -recommended was, instead of the new-fangled system of dividing* the,aggregate constituents into electoral-; «ections or quorums,-a system, which.; however pleasing in theory, we venture to predict, will never be found to work well in practice-that the city should be divided into wards, and that each ward should return the representative of its choice by ballot. As to what is «aid of the vote by ballot, as " the ?lyin...
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. A correspondent., who signs himself [.ff ^ht^jtf^^Uná^h^lméflá^^n, r' ip another part of our columns, en quires how it is that " as the official Gazette is published on Thursdays, and as our paper appears on Friday mornings," no notice of Acts, OT pro ceedings of Council., appear in our Journal of that day» All we can say is, that -it is no fault of ours. We «have of late applied OB a Thursday at the office of the Gazette for our usual copy, but have been uniformly refused. On one occasion our messenger was told to ** call again in the morning.** On another, that " it was not ont." And on a third, that it would not be published tiri FridayOn the receipt of *' Observer's" letter, we determined to renew our application, and obtained for answer last evenüxgRA* £cA*as&&lt;&lt;» get it until to-morrow morning." We have no wish to impute motives to any invividual, but we think our correspondent will see from the above, that we have not been ...
HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
HOBART TOWN NEWS. WE have received our Hobart Town papers, as we intimated in our last, up to May the 22nd; but they' contain little news of interest to the general reader. Of what they do contain we give a bVief outline. A meeting of the shareholders of the Van Diemen's Land Fire and Marine Tusurance Company had elected Mr. Yeoland to the office of Actuary by a majority of 13 votes, the numbers being for Mr." Yeoland, 78 ; Mr. Davis, 38; and Mr. Macpherson, 30. Upwards of a 1000 shares had been taken in the Auction Company, and, as the company was under the auspi ces of influential persons, it was thought to be a profitable investment of capital. Dr. Bedford, who had so long de voted himself to the Colonial Hospital, had resigned his office under the go vernment; ' "NV reason was assigned for his resignation. The New Norfolk Bridge, of which so much as been said, is now com menced. Sir John Franklin, attended by his lady, his Aide-de-Camp, and Miss Cracroft, performed the ceremony ...
BUTCHER'S MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
BOTCHER'S HEAT. d. à\ Beef, joint 8 ... .carcase 7 Veal 8 Mutton, joint 6 > ....carcase 5| Pork 10 Lamb, 4s 6d per quarter. Entire horses of the cart breed in demand-wa are informed a first-rate stallion realized £300. TSA-Darug the week declined to £7 10s per «liest, but as the stock is small, and no immediate arrivals from China anticipated, it has again rat lied, -ind may now be quoted at £8. Si-GAR- Mauritius from £3Sto£35 per ton.. ; ?¿ TOBACCO-Maj be quoted at at ls 6d to 2s far fair aad superior samples. So IP-From £54 to £58 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
Southern Australian Office. rlPHE following-are the terms of the" SOUTHERN *. AUSTRALIAN," which is published every Taesd^y and Friday morning, at Hie Office,corner af Stephens-place, Rundle-street. PRICE OF TAB PAPna--«d per number, or 1U per aanum paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa- j pera sent to them if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS.--- 6 lines and ander [each inser tion] äs. cd ; aHove 6 lines, 3d. per line-Adver tisements cannot he received later than 4 o'clock on I 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 times they are to be inserted, or they viii be continued until countermanded. All Sahscriptions and Advertisements must be paid Po r in -ad vance. South Australian Insurance Company. TWO THOUSAND SHARES in the South Australian Ins...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
VESSELS IN «ARBOUR. I «IIPS. j WARRIOR','478 toas, Becket, master discharg. j ¡og cargo from London. Charlas Book & Co , j Agents, j BaaftUES. .. 'j INDUS, 422 too«. Clark, from Calcutta-die- j charging. J. Ne«r«»an fie Co. ageota, BRIGS. , COMET, 126 toas Rodas», master, discharging careo from tba Cape. ? MARIA, 136 tons. Smith, (rom Hobart Town discharging... Mr Daqctm, agent ? SCOUT, 99 tons, Gwaikin, from Launceston .discharging.. Johr^Newman & Co,,agents, j .SCHOONERS. PISCATOR. 1U tons, Silk, from Sydney-dis- ! charging. John Walker, agent. ... j JOHN PIRIE, .90 tons, Hay, from Kangaroo .-Island-discharging JANS FLAXMAN, 31 ««as, from Kangaroo Island-?-discharging. CHALLENGER, 70 tons. Winter, from Hobart Town,-discharging. Reek & Co. agents.
Adelaite Shipping Report. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
äftelaftfe Siptonftta ïUaort. JUNE 19-The schooner Piscator. Ill tons, i Silk, from Sydney 7tb Hay, with cargo of floor and sundries. JUNE 11 -The brier Scout. 99 tons, Gwatkin from Launceston, with flour, &o. JUNE ll.-Thescbooner John Pirie, Ha j, from Kangaroo Island, with a cargo of stones. JUNE ll.-~Theschooner jane flaxman, from Kangaroo Island. SAILED. JUNE 7.-The barque Hero, 161 tons, Hughes, for Singapore; . 7UKE6.-Tba barque Elita. 36!"tons, Mann, for Timor j ' JUNE ll -The cutter Shamrock, 53 tons, Ro I benson, for Hobart Town Caraco of the ladt» from Calcutta-One thou sand bags rice, 92 ditto sugar, 39 kegs tobacco, 5 cases cigars, , TO sacks flour, 370 casks floor, 60 casks biscuit, oUe hundred bag« bran, 99 coils roper240 hogsheads rum, ten butts ditto, ! and sundries-John Newman'& t3ñ, agents * CARGO of the Moria from Hobart Town-Sixty tons potatoes, iS tons ?flour,'! toa on tone, 22 bags oats, -40 bags-bran, and suodries.-r-Mr Duncan, .agent ? : ; " ~...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
. ' __mmmimmmmmm . j - J r 4STOîÎEYe N EWS, WE have received Sydney papers up to May the 6th, but they contain little news which had not previously reached us through Van Diemen1« Land. The following is an abstract of this news as derived from both the above named sources^: - The districts of Merton and Cas-itus had -been the scenes of the most exten sive and 'enormous atrocities on the part &lt;of the bushrangers. We may in a future number give the particulars of this. The n*a¡ze crops about Maitland were expected to be exceedingly good, but it was not thought that Ute prices would be lower than Ss per bushel. The settlers in that quarter, induced by the. high prices which prevailed, had sold nearly all their wheat. The weather about Argyle had been exceedingly favourable to agricultural operations, gentle and refreshing showers having fallen twice or thiice a week. The prices of horses and sheep remained stationär)', but horned cattle had falleu a little. Flour, in that ne...
ANNIVERSARY OF THE WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
ANNIVERSARY OF THE WESLEYAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION. &nbsp; &nbsp; ON Monday evening last, the first anniver- sary of the of the above institution, was held, at the Chapel, Gawler Place. The attend- ance was large and highly respectable. The crowded state of the chapel evinced in &nbsp; a striking manner the deep interest which is felt in the moral and spiritual culture of the rising race. The meeting was opened with singing and prayer, The REV. MR. EGGLESTON then rose and said — that, but for his dislike to apologies, he should have felt himself called upon to apologize for taking his official station among them that evening. The committe had fixed &nbsp; upon one well known to those he addressed — one whose early connection with methodism, and one whose public and avowed attach- ment to its principles — raised him in their affectionate esteem. That gentleman, (Mr. E. Stephens) had been invited to take the chair, but had declined on account of his health...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 June 1840
gale» fcg 9töttc ftuöion* -,-r Ii AND. O BE SOLD BY AUCT30N, By Bentham and Co« THIS DAY, Friday, JUD« ia, «t their room. King William.street, SEVERAL freehold and leasehold properties Ten shares at Port Lincoln Twenty building allotment« at Islington Other particulars ia bitta-èf^fae day^ TO BS SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham and Co. cOn Saturday evening next, at their roon», Hind' ley-street AGREAT variety of Clothing, R ce. Floor, Sogar, and other useful articles. Shipping* Jloraee, dec. AT GLENELG. BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham & Co. On Monday, June 15, without the lea-! reaerve -TT OT l. A-Gutter.-abont SO ton», called 'the . JLJ O* G., faithfully built, «od well adapted for th« colonial trade -3. An excellent Oyster B.-at, about 6 ton«, with gear completa ÍS. Á supe cb iron greyTSlat* rising three yean old, and one filtj Coal -4.%A Chaise Cartead Harneas - -5. A aseral Cart-jaad ff arness ; 0. Quantity of Btooks, various sizes * Refreshments provided at half...