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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. May 1, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
PRICES OF COLONIA L FRO DUCE IN ADELAIDE. Mau 1, 1845. ! m-m-r. * « í> r> 1 A _ r. .1 I_1_f i yVheat (clean). 2s 31 to "2- 6&lt;l bushel grinding samples ........ Ss Qi to 2s 3d ditto inferior (smutty) ........ t* lOd Io 2? «¡na Floor, fine. £7 l^sto£8 lO^lon seconds. £6 to £7 per ditto Pollard . ls per 20lbs Bran. 9d per bushel Ber ey, English._ 2s 9J to 3s 6d ditto Cape. ls 6d to ls 9d ditto Sk in'esg. 2s 9d ditto Bread. . 4d to 5d p r 4-lb loaf Biscuit ................. ...... 10s to 15s per «wt Oats . 266l lo 3 ^ bushel Maize. 2s to 2s 6.1 di lo Peas, white.... .. 3d per lb biae. 4d ditto Hay. £1 5sto£l I Os per ton Oaten ditto. £1 10s to £2 ditto Tobacco, sheep.wash. 7d to 8d per lb. BOTCHER'S MEAT. Beef. 3Jd to 4d per lb Mutton . 2£d to 3d ditto Veal. 4d to 6d ditto Lamb. 2£d to 3d ditto POULTRY. Fowl« .. . . 2s to 2s 6d per pah Ducks . Sa to 4s per pair Geese. 4s &lt;o 6* each Turkey«... 6» lo 1 Os each Pigeon«. ...... ls 3d per P*»r DAI RT PRODOCE. Butt...
STOCK OF WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Launceston Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
ST. CE OF WHEAT. (To the hditor of the Launceston Examiner.) SiK-Mr Rowcroft's letter demands the serious at tention of the government and public. I hare not the means at band of verifying the data on which his calculations are founded, but assuming them to be correct, they exhibit a most fearful picture of the distress and ruin into which the agricultural body has fallen, and imply that the commercial portion of our community is nearly in the same condition, »*bile the whole colonj- has been almost within the grasp of famine. Would it be believed, sir,on any less respectable] authority, that not only *« pauper tenants,* but landowners, merchants, the *' knowing ones in Launceston,*' and the commissariat, had all been so culpably indifferent to their own and the public welfare, as to thresh the lasi wheat, sweep out their granaries, and suffer the public storehouses to be come so exhausted, that only .twenty da\-sf food (50,000 bushels) remained in the colong. We han better have kep...
NEW SOUTH WALES. THE HOUSES PER "BLUNDELL." (From the Sydney Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
NEW SOUTH WAL RS. THE HOUSES PBS "BLONDELL." j ' (From the Sydney Australian.) J THE Blundell. Captain Bunter, which sailed hence the 1st September last, arrived at Cal cutta tin the 26th November. She had on board a valuable lot of horses, shipped bj Messrs J. & W. Macarthur, of Camden; D. Johnsen, of George's Hall, E. Western, of Horsly ; G. T. Palmer, and Li. Campbell, senr., of Sydney. There was also « ne shipped by Thomas Icely, Esq., M. C. An elaborate account of these horses was published in the Australian, on the 31s of August. The following is a Hst of the horses sold by auction, by Tulloh & Co , on the 16th Dec, at Calcutta : - Name of Bu whom Price Horse. Shipped. Realised. Ku pees. 1 Ranger .R. Campbell, sen. 500 2 Young Liberator.....E. Westen.. ........... 85» 3 Spot.G. T. Palmer.. 800 4 No. IO...... Di'to. 750 5 Young Pete» Fin.... David Johnson.. ........ 900 fi Vision. D'mo. 775 7 Betsy.R. Campbell, sen. 900 8 Mameluke.,.J. St. W. Macarthur.... 1500 ...
THE HISE IS WHEAT. To the Editor af the Launceston Examiner. "It serves them right." OLD SAYING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
THE HISE IS WHEAT. ! To th* Editor af thc Launceston Examiner. " lt serves them right." OLD SAYTOQ. SIR - I arn gja«l to olv»etve that the present scntcitv &lt;»f wheat lias been brought prominently for wan! by Mr. Kowcroft in your ably con. ducted join ital of the 9 h instant. Landholders and farmers should bear in mind that the co«n facto:s, rnsllers, dealeis, and olheis, are strongly interested in keeping down the price, until thr>y have exhausted ail their funds in pur &lt; hrtsiiij; ail they can procure at the late ruinous jjrirts. 1 hrlieve I have correct Miformation that his lixcelle-cy Slr Eardley Wilmot, when recently iu Launceston, expressed his wish that the ten der f r 14.(100 bushels, which is invited on the 2!s t proximo, might be taken at six Shillingn per bushel ; the desire, if expressed, does honor to his pnlrioli*in, and »telling credit to his wis «lom and foresight, lt was stated a few days since, that the tender was not expected to be obtained...
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
Private Secretary's O See, April 3f».-Saturday, the 24th May, being the anniversary of her Majesty's birthday, his Excellency the Governor will hold a Levee at Go vernment House, on that day, at one o'clock. Gentlemen attending upon this occasion are requested : todeliver their cards to the Private Secretary. W. L. 0'HAI.LORAN, Private Secretary. Council Chamber, April 30.-His Excellency the Gover nor directs it to be notified, that the Legislative Council will meet tor the despatch of business on Monday, the 23rd June next. j W. Li. O'HALLORAN, Clerk of Council. ; Colonial Secretary's Office, May 1.-His Excellency the j Governor has been pleased to appoint Andrew Mulhersn ; to be R Constable in the Mounted Police Force, vice P. ! C. Uphill, resigned.-By his Excellency's command. I A. M. MUNDY, Í Colonial Secretary. j Colonial Secretary's Office, ¿.pril 16.-His Excellency 1 the Governor has been pleased to appoint Charles j De Lai ne to be a Constable in the Metropolitan Police Forc...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
! N O T I C R. ; Colonial Secretary's Office. May i.-Notice is hereby j given, that the following persons h^ve taken out the un ! derraentioned licenses for 1845, under the Act of Council i Ko. 8. 6th "Victoria, for protecting the Waste Lands of ' the Croara from encroachment, intrusion, and trespass, j during the period between 26th of Marchand ¡st of Slay, i 1845: j Occupation Licenses.-J. Horrocks. CT-Hewitt, I Janies Macdougall, John Bottr ll, Joseph Barrett, Daniel ] I Ferguson, Daniel Hr¿dy, J. B. Shepherdson, James I ConoIIey., Abraham Fordham, George V. Harvey, Cun ! niuçham Williams, A. H. Stace, Benjamin Sanders, t Thomas Matthews. i Depasturing Licenses.-William Green, John Cain, j James Warland, Andrew Henderson, John Townsend, Pearson &. Mackensie. j Timber Licenses.- James Hately, Thomas Probyo, Sampson riaston, Edmund Probyn. A. M. MUNDT, J j Colonial Secretary.]
PORT PHILLIP MARKETS.—APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
PORT PHILLIP MARKETS.-APRIL li. FAT cattle had fison in |>rico ; one lot of 20 j was sold at 8'2s and a mixed lot of co«s, &c, at 50s; workinjj bullocks were sold al £5 10s to £8 10s per pair; wethers were from 6s G i to 12« 6d. Horses-Mares, 15 to 18 ffutnras ; hacks, 14, 15, 16 guineas, and horses 9 to 12 guineas. Flour, £8 15s. per ton ; wheat, 2s. 9d.
Correspondence. Adelaide, April 26, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
Adelaide, April 26, 1845. I SIR-Tn your paper of yesterday I perceive ai notice of the " Subscription Library," which j concludes thui-** The subscription is £2 2s per j annum, and would be well spent money by all who hare (he means" The latter clause is certainly a very weighty one - by all who have the means. But does it uot occur to you or the gentlemen who have the management of the institution referred to, that there may be many to whom it would be most desirable to throw open the doors of the Subscription - Library-who may not have, or who cannot afford the means ? Is it not notorious that the class who would derive most advantage from access to the library, and from whose lucrubations there the colony also would probably derive benefit, are ordina rily not much burdened with superfluous cash ? One of the wisest of the class has described them as Things unteachable in worldly ski'.l. To make no provision by which persons of education who cannot afford to pay the amount of subs...
CAPE MARKETS.—FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
CAPE MARKETS.-FEBRUARY 14. j Butter, per lb. Barley, per imperial bushel. Cheese (Cape), per lb. Flour, fine, per 109 lbs...« li ay, per 109 lbs . Oats, per imperial bushel... Raisins, per lb. Tobacco, per lb. Wheat, per imperial bushel . 74 io 0 8 .3s 3d to 3 G . 0 41 . 12 0 5s G I t&lt;> 6 9 2s 7d to 2 10 . 0 2 . 0 4 7 G . 5s Gd to
NEW ZEALAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. Sydney, April 17, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
i NEW ZEALAND. J TO TUE EDITOR OF TOE SOOTH AUSTRALIAN. Sydney, April 17, 1845. SIR-I see by your paper, the South Australian, that you take an interest in the affairs of New Zea land"; and, that you may be furnished with parti culars of what is going on there, I beg to hand yon herewith a lew of the Auctand papers, the Southern Cross and the Auckland Times. The destruction of Kororarika, at the Bay of i Islands, is an awful affair. I was there on the 26th Lian, last; the discontented chiefs had visited the j town a few days before, and did not hesitate to tell ! the inhabitants that they would soon visit the settle. ! ment again in a hostile manner, which they have done with a vengeance. The leading chief, Hone Heki, seems to aim at the total subversion of Government; and in all his attempts he has been signally successful. The flag staff he has cut down three times already, and tells them that there is no nse in erecting it again, for, as often as they do, he is determined to cut ...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
I TAN DIEM EN'S UND. (»RAIN MARKET.-Very large quantities of 2 ra in are d-iily carted into town, and either shipped from the carriages or stored for shipping I -country correspondents, in varions districts, .describe the fast disappearance of s ack*. Oats, j it is reported, ar« scarce, asid will pav f¡>r keep in ff. Barley is a drug, and wheat scarcely sale able at 3-í per bushel. ,A large parcel of \ year'* wheat was purchased yesterday, by a j mercantile bouse in tow», from a-i expensive I grower, at 3s ; it was a beautiful sample, and very clean, and intended for thp Loudon market. We do not see the smallest prospect of un ¡id va;:ceon present price«. -Cornwall ChrcnicJc. HOBART To«-ÏÏ MARKETS. - Although there has been a slight reaction within these few days, we cannot quote the regular price, at more then 3s 4d. lt is true that a small lot of vevv prime crain was sold by Mr C. T. Smith far seed in England at 3s Sd ; and we think, considering the last harvest, not more than ...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
ENGLISH NEWS. Or* examining more particularly our Tasmanian tile««, we find that by a late arrival (of the Anna Maria with Government stores and merchan dise), a few scraps of intelligence had bean re ceived to the 22nd December, being one day later thau that per Isabella Watson. A rumour was prevalent of serious differences in a very high quarter. We cannot, from the statement made, understand the nature of it, or to whom it relate4«. Tb«1 Queen was said to be again io the way that ladies wish, &c. The state of the wheat matket was as fol lows : Owing to the frost, an advance hu taken place, anti the average price of wheat, per quarter of 6 i lbs to tb« bushel, was 47s. Comparative prices of grain.-Weekly avenges by the imperial quarter, from the Gazette of Friday last. December 16. ¡844.-Wheat, 45s 4d ; barley, 35s ld; oats, 21s Sd; rye, 32s 2d; beans, 38s ;' peas, 35s lld. Averages from tre corresponding Gazette in the last year, Friday.December ¡8 1843.-Wheat, fils ld; b...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
I CHINA. WE subjoin ihe copy of a letter, which Messrs Beck, of ibis city, have just received from the eminent firm of "jardine, Matheson, & Co. It appears that the answer is very unfavorable iu re ference to all the articles upon which information was sought by Messrs Beck, and we are glad ii* being able to publish it, because it is far better that the public should know the worst at once. But we find that there is one probable export-metals which Messrs Bf ck omitted, and respecting whick they intend now to make enquiry. A s it is known that the Chinese import immense quantities op copper, iron, lead, and quicksilver,* we have san guine hopes that these may yet become staple articles of trade, between this colony and wthe» five pons." Whatever may be the result, there can he bofe one opinion as to the enterprising «pint of Messrs Beck, who have been foremost in finding out and opeuing up new markets for our colonial produce. Hong Kong, January 16, 1845. Dear Sirs-In replvi...
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1845. THE CORN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
Che iwH^&»gtraItanT ADKLAIDR: FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1S45. THE CORN TRADE. WE beg to direct the attention of all who feel an interest in the above trade to several letters and editorial paragraphs which we have copied else where from the Van Diemen's Land newspapers, in reference to a very large deficiency of corn in that island for the supply of its inhabitants during the present year.- We regard the information thus de rived as ihe most important which has been re-| ceived in the colony for years, as it proves that our agriculturists may now rely with some degree of confidence on getting a partial remuneration for a period of anxiety, privation, and unrequited labor. If the facts turn out as represen ted by the several correspondents of the Launceston Examiner, il seems certain that the price of wheat must very speedily rise in Van Diemen's Land, and as a necessary consequence, in Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland : so that South Australia may speedily be in the position of Egypt of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
GENERAL npHE 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, and 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 fihali be &lt;ft Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, ? Rundle-street, SOY. II, 1844. J 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 not duly ordered, are allowed to appear. The whole of our available space is devoted to matter of general interest and information : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publication Tuesdays and Fridays) - 4d. per number ; quarterly sub...
STOCK OF WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Launceston Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845
STOCK OF WBîST. (To th» Editor of the Launceston Examiner. ) >ïR - ï beg lo forward to you, for the informa »ion of th«? public and the Community generally, HU estimate of the population of Vau Die ¡nen'«J I Laud, brought up to April 1845, together wita an estimate of the probable quantity of wheat I derivable f.om the late harvest, compared wîtïi ! the quantity required for consumption until the harvest of 1846, and the quantities required for ! »he export lo Sydney, and for the Loudon mar« kel ; from which it appears títere will arise a deficiency for the crmsumpi if.!* of Ibis cofouy alone, for th*» picent V"i\ t i the alarming ex tun t of G58.938 bushels ! 1 Ï have to rematk upon t'se estiirate, that ten bushel* ppr *cre is considered bv the be*t judijes as suíacietttly high to tate the recent crop, taking info account the sevete drought, and the total failure in many placps. the blight, and the well authenticated statement* from all parts of the colony ; but Í have rated it ...