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Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

! ¿ hiping; ItntelUgtiire. i- -._ ?*pait. 28. The rutter Goternnr Gawler. Underwood, fur Rivoli Hay. ra»-*n^i r*-Messr s Moorhouse, Kl«sê, »»«t J. 'r. Cruhnm. Caigo - Stores for the South Austra lia Company's sheep stations, near Rivoii Baj. May .-The cutter Albatross, 13 tons, Tap ey, for Port Liu- o n. Passeng.-rs-iir and Mr» Loeb, Matter and Miss E. Loitr.C. Maek.

Publication Title: South Australian
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THE LION AT A PARTY. [ATLAS.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

THE LION AT A PARTY. [ATLAS.] ONCF. almost in every man's life he j.lays (he part of a lion. Whether charte», design, «ir merit, assigns him the part, he is sure, af some period of his life, to find himself figuring as the principal actor in some domestic drama, and various are the effects upon the difTetent tem peraments of those who have been so tried. Men who are celebrated in their age are decided lions -lions at all times and all places-lions to be pointed at in the street«, sought for at pa.ties, and marked everywhere; in short, they are roar ing lions, and habit niaki s them careless of re mark and indifferent to the attention they attract. Included in this class are the really talented and the really great. Then, again, there are parvenu lions, who are ambitious of being distinguished, but possess not the wherewithal to distinguish themselves, and these resort to all sorts of marxMU/res to tip toe above their fellows. They are known by the restless hankering afte. no toriety...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

5Loc«il fictos. NEW COPPER MINE.-We lately mentioned that a new mine had been found to the southward. As we believe it i«t no longer a secret, we may mention that it is on the firse estate of Alfred Hallett, Esq., Worthing, bej'ond O'Halloran Hill. The lole has bren examined to a considerable depth by miners, who have declared that it is extremely valuate. «* THE TRISH H ABP." JIUNOLK-STREET.-Mr Failey'B. opening dinner, on Wednesday, was a very grand artair. Mr J. ß Neales was in the chair, and VJr ßean croupier. The company JBumbered about 200, and thev had a very jolly night of it. Among other excellent toasts «. the Snobs of Hindley-street" was received with im men«« and entbji>iastic applause. On the toast of "the Strangers newly Arrived" bein? given, a' person recently arrived from New Zealand, made a very sensible reply. He remarked on the project of sending for the Germans at Nel son, and said - why should i>ot the colonists also send for their own countrymen, hundreds...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

TO TH» EDITOR OF TH« SOUTH » OBTRALIAÎf. I S ru-Having heard a great deal of the talent ano ability of a certain lately-arrived pastor or teacher, and having also learned that he was to deliver a course of lectures on the personal reign of our Saviour upon earth, I determined to actend,- in order to ascertain what could be said on the sub ject, as I conceived that, from such an authority, i would at least be correctly informed of toe principia held by the Milienariaus, of the proofs in support of these principles, and of all the arguments that could be brought lo bear upon them. Accordingly I have heard ail the lectures delivered by Mr P. on the subject, so far as he has gone, with one single ex ception ; and, in so far as I am concerned, I must candidly confess, notwithstanding all that he has said, I am at this moment just as wise and as well informed as I was before I heard his lectures. It is not my intention here to enter into any controversy, either as to the truth or fallacy ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

¡ KEW ZV MA KTi. WE publish from i!!P Smtfkrrn Queen, nf Ap-is 12, îîlet'cr received hv that.-journal froai Auck land, on thc subject of ihe disaslri>us occurrences tba' Ii rs tl taken place. Under îlie head correspondence, a letter to ourselves will ba found which gives further and interesting intelligence. Ao«kl nd, 2lst "\farch. 1845. Dear F;iend -From «be titvie I leit you in Sv-inev ii ha< been rp.v intention to hare troubled you ve th a few li.-es, and op to the present f¡me Î have snuffled rcy ««lf with the excuse, »hat T had nothing to write about Rn» it appears »hat the urns has now arrived when you «?¡?'I feel a deep interest in the sceres now aciing in New Zealand. For several months hack, a chief at the Bty of Is 'ands, named " Hone Ileki." has been thp pl "gu? ot ;hr. Government and the settlers, in eutting do«vn flrj »taff-s and committing depredatian«, nn'jî ilieOovem^r issued a proclamation offering one hundred pounds rp w;»rd for Heki ; who. on tfie ot...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

BIRTH.   At Prospect Village, on Monday, the 28th ultimo, Mrs F. A. Macpherson, of a son.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

! NOTICE. I General Post-office, April 29.-Mails for Strathalbyn will   be closed every Tuesday, at half past twelve o'clock, and will be received from that place at a quarter before nine o'clock a m., every Tuesday.   JOHn WATTS, Postmaster General.        

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

PORT PHILLIP. ! THE exiles by tbe Sir George Seymour have only been landed two days, and already no less than 130 have found employment, at £15 aud upwards per annum. There are now only 40 remaining unengaged ; and in two days more there will most probably be not one left. Bush fires are still prevalent throughout the district. The settlers in the Wardiyallock dis trict have been great sufferers of late. Mes°rs Oliphant and Robertson have lost nearly 2,000 head ©f sheep. It is not generally known that an ad valorem duty of 2s in the pound is now levied upon all goo<l% the produce of Van Diemen's Land, im pôt ted in this colony. Henceforth, therefore, it will be illegal for any of our traders to bring even a cask of apples direct to Geelong.-Gee long Advertiser. Private letters announce the accession of Mr Justice Willis to a large fortune upon the death j of his uncle. f A. Pullar, Esq., had been elected councillor jin the room of Mr Fawkner, bealing his oppo nent, Mr Ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 2 May 1845

Sales bu Unction. To tlie Trade and Wealers*. Ex " Vanguard," and other Vessels. TRENTHAM NEALES will sell on Saturday next 20 c.-.ses superior brandy 5 hhds. sweetened Geneva 000 corn sacks and flour bags. ALSO, Chest drawers Dates Chairs Ships Tables Brooms Boxes Salt Shoes Wine Boots Matrasses Glass Plough-moulJs Writing paper Prints Combs Muslins Iron Bai lev. PREVIOUS TO THE ABOVE, A few cows, horses, steers, and workers, in the j stock-yard, and empty packages in the verandah. AND The attention of the builders, carpenters, and ca binet-maker* is required to 51 Logs prime Bellinger Cedar, rtovr landing from thc Vanguard, and which will bc offered at one precisely, in lots to suit pur chasers. By order of (he Directors of the South Auitra lian Insurance Company. ?SECTIONS in thc southern district, Green ^ Hills, Onkaparinga, and valuable town pro perty, Albert Town, and other lots. Particulars of lots and time of sale in future ad vertisement. Damaged goods ex " isabella Watson,...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

MARKETS. We are pleased to be enabled to state that the grain market is rather on the advance : wheat may be quoted at from 3s 3d to 3-* 6d. A small lot, about 2000 bushels, brought by the Sister from Adelaide, has been purchased by Mr De graves at 3s 3d. We hope to have to publish still better news in our next, and, at ali events, by a reference to our notice of the wheat tenders it wilt be seen, that the prices are, even there, " looking up." "Colonial Times, April 15.

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STOCK OF WHEAT IN VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE WHEAT SCARCITY. (To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

STOCK OP WHEAT IN VAN DIEM EN'S LAND. TBE WHEAT SCARCITY. (To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser.) Sir, - The fact of the insufficient quantity of wheat in the colony, for the consumption and seed corn required for 1845, for the local re quirements of Van Diemen'» Land alone, having now become a matter of public notoriety, it may not be unprofitable to take a retrospect of the causes which have led to it. Severe drought, blight, and frost, have been the immediate causes of the sudden and unex pected deficiency ; but if the statement be cor rect, that there were 20,000 acres less of wheat sown last year than the year before, to what; causes must we attribute so great a diminution in the extent of cultivation ? There can be no doubt that the causes for this extraordinary de crease of cultivation in a colony abounding with labor, which ought to show rather a large an nual increase-and the causes, as Lord Stanley states it in his despatch, " of the unforeseen cessation of all the s...

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MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

M AT 5 . George Farr was bound on his own recognisance of £10 to keep the peace for one month towards Mr J. B. Porter, of North Adelaide, to whom he had used threatening language. Patrick Masterton, who already stands com mitted for stealing, &c, was this day committed for trial on the charge of obtaining money under false pretences.

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MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

MAY 3. Werkwerka, alias Jacky, the native charged with being concerned in the murder of Af'Grath, in June, 1842, was committed for trial.

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

i I FREIGHTS. J To London and Liverpool, Wool, per lb...« I Jd to l|d " Oil, per lon. 4 IO 0 " Bark. 4 10 0 " Other good?. 4 lo £4 10 To Hobirt Town, per ton.ills lo I 10 0 To Launceston, per too. 10 0 To Pori Phillip, per toa.15s to 1 il 0 To Sydney, per ton........£lto 15 0 " Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 6 j To Mauritius, per ton. 2 10 0 ToSwao River, per ton .£2 to 2 10 0 ! i 1

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting vessels under 16 tons ld per ton outwards, and Id inwards. AH other vessel« 3d per ton each tray. Vessels anchoring outside the bar, hali dues.

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THE ODD FELLOWS' MAGAZINE.—No. 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

I THE ODD FELLOWS' MAGAZINE.-No. 8. TH ERB is in the present number a greater variety of subjects, and some of them are tolerably well treated. Athanasius.-The life of this saint is con cluded. Scenes from the Life of Anne Boleyn.-A very good piece of poetry, but scarcely just to the subject of it. Miss Strickland has shown pretty clearly that Anne Boleyn would rather have been the wife of Percy than the Queen of Henry ; that Percy knew this, and it is certain that the Queen and be remained perfectly friendly. He was quite aware from the moment the King's love became known that persever ance ia his suit would have cost him his head. Letter describing the Mayerarko, or Pheasant Turkey of the Murray.-This bird is better known than the author of die letter seems to imagine. The bird, of which be has given rather a meagre account, is known to naturalists by the name of Leipoa Ocellata, and bas been wei! described by Mr Gould, from accounts given by his Excellency Governor Grey, by Mr Mo...

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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel drawing 7 feet and ander.. 3 0 0 " " 8 feet lo 9 feet. 3 IO 0 " "9 feet to IO lee». 4 0 0 And so on, inareasing I OB for every additional feet«

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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. | WF, direct attention to the report of a case tried on Saturday in the above court. It appears from the proceedings that the worthy magistrates have determined 1. That the evidence of a «ale, and of three years' possession, is not sufficient prima facie proof of property to warrant prosecution and con* viction for malicious injury. 2. That a lawyer's articled clerk is not allowed to conduct cases in the court. We had at first resolved not to publish the evidence, being only on one side, but as we can not understand the law laid down, we thiuk it better that the whole case, with the decisions of the magistrates, should go before the public.

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On spirits, the produce and manufacture of the United Kingdom or any British possession, per gallon ..*..................... 08© Al! other spirits. 0 12 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. . 6 0 Other manufactured tobacco and souff. O 2 0 AU other tobacco {except tobacco s'ems) .... © 1 6 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent All merchandise not being the produce or manu. facture ot the United Kingdom 10 per cent. Ali other goods (British included), 5 per cent. j The following articles are exempt from duly, namely, j bottles of common glass, if imported full, bullion anj coin, live 6tock of alt kinds, seeds, bulbs, and plan's.

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THE CORN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845

THE CORN TRADE. WE publish elsewhere a a umber of remarks, in /arious forms, from the Van Diemen's Land papers, on the alleged scarcity of wheat in that country. So many are the tricks of trade, that it is hard to say whether Mr Rowcroft's calculations, and the letters of his supporters are not a scheme to raise - at all risks- the price of grain. The best test probably is the state of the mar kets, and to fire reports respecting these we most particularly direct the attention of our readers. It is almost unnecessary to recommend to the farmers caution, and, at the same time, diligent perseverance in their important pursuits. It is evident that they will have the game ia their own hands next year - if not during the present.

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