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SYDNEY MARKETS—May 5. Fine, Seconds, Ration. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

SYDNEY RÎAREKTS-Maa 6. Fine. Seconds. Ration. Floor at the Mills ......45s.. 40s.. ads -A deduction of ls per lüOÍbs is made cn all J 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 Ss'per bushel. BREAD-The loaf of 21b, 9d to 1 Od. BISCUIT-Fine, 55s to 60s pei cwt ; seconds, 50s do. H AV, £10 to £13 per ton. -Hay plentiful. DAIBV PEODDCE-Fresh butter 3s per lb; salt do, 2s Od to 2s 3d ; Irish Butter, (none in J market); cheese, ls to ls 8d do ; hams ls to ls 4d do ; bacon to ls 3d do. BUTCHER'S MEAT-Beef, per lb, (j°iQt) öy carcase, 3|d lo 5d ; salt per cask, 4d to 4|d; veal, per lb, 9d to ls; pork, 9d to ls ditto. . FAT CATTLE-From £6 to £8 10s per head, averaging from ôOOlbs to 6001bs. SHEET-(Shorn) 13s to 18s each, averaging 561bs. VEGETABLES-Potatoes, ( V.D.L.) lOsto 19s; Colonial (new potatoes) ditto. Ss to I2s; cabba ges. 6d to ls each ; red do, 6d to ls. ff F...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN MARKETS—May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

HOBART TOWN M A RK ETS-May 28. Wheal 16s to 16« 6d ' FINE FJ.OÜR--£45 to áE4S per ton OATMKAI.-Co'onial, 6d per lb (. OATS-from 7s to 8s nerhtUbel. HAT-Unpressed, £5 to £6 per ton. POTATORS-From £8 lo £10 pe»- ton. ' BEEF-From 7d to 8d per lb.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

FLOUR. Per 986 M» net.s Per 280 I hg. net s. s. Town made - .56 . .60 Norfolk&Stock Essgx and Kent Si .. 50 »on.. ..41 ..53 Mst. .. ..54 ..55

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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BUTCHER'S MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

BOTCHER'S MEAT, * * " J Beef, joint Malton, Joint : "6" ....carcase , . 7) . ....carcase 5$ Veal 8 Pork 10 f? Lamb» 4s 6J per quarter... ; Entire horses of the fCart- breed iq .dëtnaqil-^-wê aie informed a 6 rst-rale, stallion realized £30p¿J '; Tek--Daring the week declined So £7, lOs^pir, chest, but as the stock is «mall, and no immediate, arrivals from China anticipated, if bas again ral'*; lied, and ^ttav how be qaoted at jßBy»1*' """ K f ¡ / SpGAR^Marfnttusfram :ÍSSÍ toJE^'perW^'j: ..lUnñu^i^^'^taot^-nt »4*lï*6d'ttf^]p{ -fawsa'odffiqpemréampies^'t ¡~; Vfk.'fv"> / !;>'ftv*! SOAP-From £54 to £58 per ton.

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—May 29. Union Steam Mills, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

LAUNCESTON MARKETS-May 29. I Un ion Steam MMs, ¡} s. d s. à. s. rf. s. Wheat 15 Oto 16 0 Oats 5 6 to 6 O' IWley 0 0" 10 0 Maize 0 0 *« 0 Ol Pollard 2 6" 00 Bran lg " O 0) Ploar. fir*t qnalitv. per 20001bs SM,* : Ditto, second quality, do. 43/ - ( Ditto, ration do., do, J^OÏ 'F / Brea I-ls. 6J. per foor pound loaf.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1840 TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

Soittijero brairait**. ADELAIDE: TUB»T>AT, JUNE HS, 1840 TO OÜU HEADERS. THE interest and' importance of our English aNews has made the exclusion of all other ; .matter for the present number imperative. We have, files of colonial papers up to the 27-h ult., but have no room for any thing ^beyond what appears in our back page.. The second number of the ** New Zealand Galette" itas been received, and contains important jnatter, which we hope' to lay before OUT readers on Friday next. The change in the Board of Commissioners for South Australia, with its probable tendency, shall not then escape us.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SWAN RIVER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

SWAK RIVER NEWS. I We have received, as we intimated in our last, a file of the * Perth Gazette* which en ables us to lay before our readers the Swan Uiver nevys up lo thc 9th ult. * His Excellency, Governor Hutt, opened the LegislativeCoum-il on Monday May 4th, in a speech wliteh appears to have given great satisfaction to the residents at that settlement The total receipts of the Iteventie for the year just concluded were £9336 9s., shewing an increase over the Revenue of the preceding year of £5424 2s. 11d. The items of expen diture are not given, but a balance of £3912 <6s, ld. is said to remain in the Trea surer's hands in favour of the colony. This excess of income, over the expenditure, is to be applied to>.lhe introduction of emigrants. The importations of stock-cattle, horses, and sheep have been very considerable during die last three months. The funds expended upon this stock is stated at £18,000, and these transactions are said to have been for ready money-...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ABSTRACT STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE, FOR THE QUARTER ENDING 31st MARCH, 1840. RECEIPTS. REVENUE— [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

ABSTRACT STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC REVENUE. AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PROVINCE, VOR THE ¿QUARTER I ENDING Slit MARCH, J840. I RECEIPTS.: ft REVENUE- J £. s. d. Customs.3737 0 ll* Postage.... 49 2 ¿ Fines and Fees. 231 13 8 Licenses. 1350 0 0 Permits. 3 8 o Cpxried Forward 7371 £. «- d. £ Amount ^roughtforw ard... . 7371 Quarterly transfer from land fund 3000 Ó 0 Proceeds of Bills drawn on > " Commissioners ._.\ 35023 0 5 FromColonial Storekeeper,pro-i ceeds of the sale of stores .. \ 102 18 4* Refunded byCoIonialSecretary, onaccountofsalarytoamount > 55 17 6 drawn inEngland&thiscolony j 3$i6l ÏTokà Receipts £¿£633

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Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

Commercial ISurfelKgeitre -?- I LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Feb. IS. CURRENT PKICES OF GRAIN, PR. IMP. QR. BRITISH. S. S. Wh«at.62 to 72 Oats .2Ï ..38 FOREIGN. Wheat, Dantzic, Konisberg, 6fc. ..70 ..84 Oats, .. ..24 ..42

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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WESLEYAN CENTENARY PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

WESLEYAN CENTENARY PICTURE. I Under this title a large painting has been executed by Mr. H. Parker, which he intends especially to conse crate to the followers of 5 John Wesley" through the means of an engraving. The subject must be one of interest tc them, and indeed to a wirier circle ol Christians than that which embraces their respectable community-it is thc providential escape of Wesley, when a boy, from the fire of the parsonage-house at Epworth. This was almost mirac ulous, the fire broke out at IL o'clock at night in the month of February ; tb* house was small, old and thatched ; bui a few moments of alarm were given tc the family, who were all in bed at thi time, and asleep. In those few mo ments the Rev. Samuel Wesley wsu able, by great exertion, to get his wife and seven children t"rom,the very mids! of the conflagration ; thc eighth 'little ?Jacky' as he was then called, was alone left behiud. Of what followed, -Mrs. Wesley, in a letter toa friend, gives this simple bat ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

PORT PHILLIP. BY arrivais since our last, weare enabled tc carry forward our Port Phillip intelligence up to Friday, May 15th. The meeting to which we then referred as about to be convened for the purpose of me roorialisiiig the British Government, un,¿ht subject of the threatened appropriation of thc Crown Land Revenue to the support «f ihe Police and Jail Establishments of New South Wales, as al>o to die support of the British Government in New Zealand, was held ni the Melbourne Auction Company's sale room, on Tuesday, May 5th , and was nu merously and respectably attended. A series of resolutions, expressed in a calm, tempe-ale, and yet decided tone, were parsed - but no disposition lo impute blame to his Excellency Sir George Gipps, the bend of the Colonial Government So far from this, Mt« 'Port Phillip {jerald* quotes the following despatch to Lord Glenelg, under date of 1st October, 1838, as indicative of his -Excellency's friendly disposition towards them : "My LORD,-I be-...

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TO OUR FRIENDS AND SUBSCRIBERS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

TO OUR FRIENDS AND SUBSCRIBERS We cordially thaine oar friends who baw famished as «riib a Taloable supply oí English papers, and other docnments, which ' bave enabled ns to lay before oar readers sncb ; a body of English intelligence. ' * Tba oommonioation of John Ransell, Esq., as io the last Woof Sales in London, shall appear io oar oext. We feel obliged for this favour. The second number of the "Colonial Magazine" -an entirely new work,-edited by oar friend» , Robert Montgomery Martin, Esq., author of . the «.History of the British Colonies"-bas been received, and a notice of it shall appear at oor earliest convenience. " The "Anctioaeer's Bill** is. Ss we perceiev, now I i passed. We are glad to find, that «he objee- * tions raised by the Chamber of Commerce, at an early period of its introduction, were lis- A tened to, and that the requisite modifications \ were made. Wo are mt opinion, however, mat j no sufficient reason existed for raising the rate of license from £15 to £50...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per h bd... «^8 O Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, per bri.8 IO O.. 9 0 O Dunbar, per dor .... O ie 0 .. 0 17 0 Colonial, per fahd.... 5 AO. 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb .... ....0 2 0 .. 0 2 3 Beef, frt-sh, per ib.0 0 9 . . Ditto by the carcase salt, per tierce.... ..7 0 0.. Brand v per gal. io bond ..0 12 0 OH O Bran per ICO lbs.0 6 0.. 8 0 Batter, tresa, per lb.0 3 0.. 3' 6 salt, per do.0 2 0 .. 0 2 Cape, by the firkin 0 1 6 .. Bread, per 4tb loaf...... 0 1 6.. 0 18 Candles, wax, per lb....0 3 6.. English moulds ..0 I 2 .. 6 16 spermaceti.... . .0 3 6,.. llurford's dips...,.!!^ 0>8 ... Cedar, per foot, in ltíjjg¿¿+y:.'&*í$fc..* inch boards ^«.iv . Coffee, per lb.0 1 O'.' O l 6 Cheese, English,pe-lb....0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonial, per diuo .0 16.. 0 2 0 Cigars, Manilla, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Cbunsura,per do.. 1 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Carrants pe* lb.0 1 4 .. 0 1 6 Cordage per cwt ........4 10 0.. Canvass fier bolt.3 10- 0 .. Deals per foot.«..0 1 0 .. 0 1 2 Floor p...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

VARIETIES U! AFFECTING INCIDENT.-Wh- n Dr Hatton was Hi shop of Darharo, as "lie "was travelling ovei I Cam, betwixt Wensley dale and fncteaon, a frieod who «as with Imo was sarpriseaïç sse lum dis mount, and having delivered h a h«rse toa servant, I walk to a particular place at some distance from I the higfewiv, where he knett down;i»od remained sometime ia prayer. On his return, his-friend look tVe liberty of ask ¡ot " his motive for so singout an act?" The Bishoj», hi answer, in /uruied him, that when he was a'boy, without shoes or stockings, travefl ïntj that <ofd bteak mountain en a frosty day, he remembered that he had disturbed a red <u>w,. the*flying <oa that identical place, in order to warm hisTeet and legs on the spot. .ij¡>í.. s^^^ . lt is said that His Majesty the-King of thé French bas been pleased to forward, throngs his private secretary, the sum of 400 francs to the author of a volóme of lectures entitled '« Motives to the stu...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. .'SINCE our last publication, veèave been favoured, through the kindness of < friends, with a variety of English papers, which enable us to bring down our English intelligence to Feb« 27th. At present, we can do little more, than ¡.ive a running outline of the most important passing event*, reserving Ourselves for extracts in a future num ber. And first, in on«er of time, is ~ The Meeting of Parliament.- This took, place oh the 16th January-a period somewhat earlier thao usual ip anticipation, ao.doubt, of the. mar riage of the Queen. The following is Her Majesty's speech. WY LOBDS è#l>; G E \TjLE«ri«_S',aee yon wer* las* assembled, L ba»e declared tay intention of allying mysel? iii marriage with the Prince Albert , ôfâàxe Co*M»ure a»r1 Goth*. I bombi* imploro, that «be Divine blessiu? may pro»ner this onion, áed render it condoaive *©? she ititeeeaJ*^ *» my 1 people, as well as my pwp domestic ba^p?ne<a; -ow^it wdl'-be t:'*"inè a sourc...

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EXPENDITURE: CIVIL— [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

.EXPENDITURE: CIVIL- * 1 Governor's establishment...... 37U u u Coloni I Secretary's department 187 10 O Departments of Colonial Trea- ~i surer, Aw-ountant-general, & ^ 250 2 0 Collector of internal Revenue ) Customsdeparttnent.... 966 7 10 Auditor-General's office . . 41 5 o Post Office Department, inclu- ^ ^ ^ g ding conveyance of mails . S Colonial Surgeon, with allow- \ 3 Q ance for horne. .... $ Harbour JV3»3ter's ö«f*rtwettt 525 t5 1 Protector of Aborigines' do í 124 4 0 Colonial Storekeeper's do. 290 1 2 XUDTCJAL Supreme Court. 215. 0 0 Advocate General, including al-i ^ ^ lowance ioraclerk and office J Resident Magistrate's Court .. 195 10 0 Sheriff, including allowance for $ 5? 1Q Q office.S Goal Establishment. 302 19 5 Cleik of the Peace. 14 9 0 Clerk to Bench of Magistrates.. 25 0 0 Coroner for Inquests . 31 10 O POLICE Superintendent. 75 0 Inspectors, Sub-Inspectors, and ) 1^25 7 Constables .{ 2286 -1 950 ll 1600 -ECCLES tASTic AL Colonial Chaplain, with allow-^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

Southern Australian ©Site» ^HE tallowing-are the terms of the" SOUTHERN *? AUSTRALIAN,*1 which is published every Tuesday and Friday morning, at the Office,coruer of S te (thens -place, Bnndie-street. PRICE OF THE PAPER--ed- j»er nain her, or Si. per ennuin paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa pers seat to them if they desire it. AOVERTIHEKENTS.-6 lines and ander [each inser tiou] 3a. 6d.; above Clines, 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 seat 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 bf times they «Te "to be inserted; or they will* be continued until countermanded. Alf Subscriptions,and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. Strati Australian Insurance Company. TWO THOUSAND SHARES in the South Austr...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVED.   JUNE 10-The schooner Minerva, 90 tons, Reid   from Launceston 1st instant, with 222 bags flour, 501 bags oats. 40 bhds. porter, 10 barrels ditto, 200 deals, 3 boxes candles, 13.884 feet «awn tim ber, 10.000 shingles, 1000 laths, 2000 broad pa. ling. " . ; , JUNE 12-The barque Orleana, 640 tons, A. Cameron, from London,- left the Downs 29th February,-with emigrants and merchandize.   JUNE 13.-The brig Brasil Packet, 170 tons, Johnson, from Lannceston, with general cargo. JUNE 13.~The barque Lady Emma, 132 tons, BockUml, tom LaunoasU)»1,Wítíi 6W, Iwses, oats, ¿tc. . JUNE 13-The schooner Perseverance, 45 tons, Irvine from Port Phillip, the 4tb instant, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers-Mr Peter Snod grass, Madame Elise Siegard, Mr William Locke, and two in the steerage   JUNE «4-The schooner Dorset, 81 tons, Ro< benson,.from Sydney, with general cargo. JUNE: 14-The schooner Planter, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 June 1840

Sales feg pttulfe auction. - THIS DAY. TO BR SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham and Co. This day, Tuesday, June 16th at 12 o'clock, on the premises of E . J. Eyre, Esq-, Rundle street, previous to his leaving Adelaide on the Northern Expedition Hp HE entire Household Furniture of the above-named gentleman, consisting .f tables; chairs, chests of drawers, wash hand stands, dressing tables, toilet glasses, two handsome cheffionier book cases, loung ing couch, iron bedsteads and stretcher, mat trasses, glass, earthenware chamber set, cooking utensils, meat safe, Ede's large chemical cabinet, books, plated candlesticks with branches and globes, chemical testing apparatus, &c. AFTEB WHICH, THE LEASE OF THE PREMISES, Also, to 1» let for one year, an excellent garden in a high slate of cultivation, with a ?well of water. . Also, for six months, a three stalled stable and harness room ; a six stalled stable. Rent to be paid in advance weekly. ri lr Í TO BE SOLD BY I*UBLïO, AUCTION, ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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No. 3 Copy of a Commission, under the Royal Sign Manual, revoking the existing Commission of the South Australian Commissioners, and appointing Robert Torrens and Thomas Frederick Elliott, E[?]quires, and the honourable Edward Ernest Villiers, to be "The Colonization Commissioners for Struth Australia." VICTORIA R [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 June 1840

No. 3 Copy of a Commission, tinder the Royal Sign Manual, revoking the existing Commission of the South Australian Commissioner*, and ap pointing Robert Torrens and Thomas Frederick Elliott, E quires, and the honourable Edward Ernest Villiers, to tte "The Colonization Com \ missionersfor Struth Australia." I VIC1 ORIA R I VicToBiA, bj the grace of God of the United j Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the F^ith:-To Our trusty and well beloved Robert Torrens and Thomas Frederick. Elliot, Esquires, and Edward Ernest Villiers. . Esquire, commonly cal led the Honourable Edward Ernest Villiers, greeting: WHEREAS by an Aot made and passed in the -fifth year of the reign of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled, " An Act to em power his Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Prot ince or Provinces, and to provide for the Colonization and Government thereof, " it was amongst other things enacted, that it should bo lawful for bis said late Majesty,...

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