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EXTRACTS FROM NEW ZEALAND PAPERS. MAORIE MEETING. [FROM THE AUCKLAND TIMES, FEB. 4.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
EXTRACTS FROM NEW ZEALAND PAPERS. MAORIE MEETING. [FROM THE AUCKLAND TIMES, FEB. 4.] THE meeting omened by a I laura ki chief reading si resolution, in «he Maori language, to this ef fect-" That the chiefs Mid Maurie peon!** now assemble.! pledgethemselves t«» supp&lt;irt the&lt;»&lt;i veruor and the British people, so long; as they give them at open sai«j for their lauds a.ul au unrestricted intercourse with Biitish trade and employment." Thi* resolution was put to th« chiefs, who as sented and seconded it. The second resolution was moved by Horte rene, of the Ngate Watuas, and was as follow?-: -«* Mr Claike (present Protector of the Abo rigines),-itt consequence of his wilful misre present ittons of our wants an¡! wishes to his Excellency the Governor-hts deceitful conduct to ourselves in detaining several of our written communications address* d to the G overrun -«n&lt;i his inability to give a correct interpi etat ion of our language, -has forfeit...
MR. BULLERA RENEWED EFFORTS IN THE CAUSE OF COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
MR. BULLERA RENEWED EFFORTS IN THE CAUSE OF COLONIZATION. WE copy the following excellent article from the ' Sydney Morning Herald, March 10 : That able and indefatigable frieud of the colonies, Mr Buller, undaunted by the failure of his previous efforts to induce ministers to adopt a system of national emigration, is still persevering in his phi lanthropic labors. We learn hy a London paper, of the 16th No vember, that the honorable member had prepared, for the ensuing session of parliament, a bill on the subject of emigration and colonization ; and had already received the pledge of the government that it should have their support. This is a gratifying fact, showing, as it does, that progressive experience and reflection have lent their powerful aid in enforcing the principles and deduc tions which Mr Buller has been so long endeavoring to impress upon the minds of statesmen. Since the delivery of that gentleman's celebrated speech in the House of Commons, when ministers got rid o...
SPEECH OF A NEW ZEALAND CHIEF AT A WESLEYAN MISSIONARY MEETING, HELD AT AUCKLAND, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
SPEECH OF A NEW ZEALAND CHIEF AT A WF8T.F.YAN MIS SIONAEY MEETING, HELD AT AUCKLAND, MARCH 5. William Naylor, the principal chief of Wainga roa, was then requested hy his Excellency to address ihe meeting, which he did with great energy and native eloquence. T'»e fallowing is the substance of his speech, as rendered into English by the Rev. T. Buddie: - This is my thought : in old time we had no good ; we thought as our fathers Jived, so we would live. Wedid not know the Christ. We were all mistaken. Our fathers were all mis taken. We used to go and fight our friends and relatives, and kill them and eat them ; and our relations used to make war upon us, and kill and eut us. When we first heard of Christ we had two sides. We had a thought Cowards Chiist, and a thought towards Satan. Now, this thought has come, this good thought (mean ing the Gospel.) Y&lt;>u brought it. You shewed us the name of Christ our Saviour; and we then considered that the great and true God was wit...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
fcocal fictos. His Excellency the Governor and party re turned on Sunday in the Jane and Emma. They have visited Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island, and had got as far as Cape Jaffa when they were driven back by a gate, and were forced to take shelter in Nepean Bay. Mr. Angas re. mained at Port Lincoln to sketch the scenery in that district. His Excellency and party were much pleased with their trip. One reason for the sudden return which we have heard assigned was, the intelligence received of the death of Mrs. Allan, Captain Li peon's daughter. EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENON.-Yester day evening, Mr. Payne, of the Australian Arms, exhibited to us a singular freak of Dame Nature. It is no less than two calves' heads joined together to one neck, with eyes and every part complete. The heads are like one another, but one is much finer than the other. It appears that a poor man at Unley had mus &nbsp; tered sufficient to buy a cow, but she unfortu &nbsp; nately died in giving bi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
" &out|) gCusualtan" GENERAL R D MYO INI @ g§ IF A ©MS Kl BM EMT, fpHE 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, «nd he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the oolony. _ The motto of this Office shall be "^tCheapness, neatness, punctuality+jutd dispatch." Printing Office, } Rundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844.$ 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 informatica : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days of publication...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 6 May 1845
Sales fm Suction. E. SOLOJHOST ^^TLL teil on Wednesday, May 7th, an ex cellent variety of merchandise, consist ing of Diaper rugs Dark prints Blue jean Corn bags American chairs Chest of drawers Pickaxes Anvils Vices Sperm candles Kits of salmon Americau lemon syrup Castor oil * Salad oil Manilla hats Loaf sugar Young hyson tea Vinegar in casks. ALSO, A few cases of superior braady, decidedly the FINEST EVER IMPORTED. CEDAR. TO THE TRADE. E. soLomoar Jg EG S to announce that he has determined oa keepiug a constant supply of the finest New South Wales cedar, and has now on hand a very superior lot, which can he obtained either in LOGS, or in BOARDS, J-inch £ inch 1- inch l§-inch 2- inch 2|-inch 3- inch And in any quantities, al his cedar-yard, Ste phens Place. SUPERIOR HO RS JE 8, The property of John Taylor, Esq., of Saint Johnston's, V. D. Land, And all (except Lot I ) bred by him, and now im imported in the Alpha and William from Launceston. J1ENTHÀM NEALES has now the pleasure to...
[FROM THE MONTHLY TIMES, JAN. 7.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
I [PROM THE MONTHLY TIMES, JAf. 7.] I FRANCE. - The latest aiivi^es from France «tate that »rs giviugs were btill entertained in Paris respecting lbs durtLoj of the ministry. THE NEW SPAVISH MINISTER,.- We have ti annonnre the arrival in this country of the Marquis de Cas* fru^ç». who has been appointed by the Spanish Gjveruroejit the resident Ministerat the British Court. Admiral Dupetit-Thouars has kei-t himself very quiet since his return to Paris ; but he is «aid by his lne«.-;.s not to be altogether pleased with the disttvuw.il of hi« Tahiti conquest by the government. He h*e, however. int>mated his refusal of the Sword ot Honor, lor whicu a few hundred pounds was raised by "a national sup .eri|t on." and does not otherwise appear to mix himself up with fie political part of the affair. The Jamaica Morning Journal stales thnt t ie provi sions of the Immigration Bill, which absorbed lue at tention of the local legislature, would apply the £20,01*0 voted the previous session, ...
GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
QSVEEAL REKARKS. At the last quarterly meeting at the India House, it waa intimated to proprietors that the Board of Control had sanctioned the annu ty of fiOi O to Sir W. No.t; and that measmes had Leen taken for completing the sever« ance between the Government of India and the idolatrous observances which have hitherto received indirect sanc tion. The campaign was opened ou behalf of the King of Delhi dy Mr George Thompson, who, in moving for certain pipers, went into a history cf his Majesty's claims, co (tending that -hè has been deprived of pre rogatives and privileges, together with certain lands, and m allowance of thiity-five lacs, express y guaranteed to . his predecessors. The motion wastrpposed by the chair . mau ? n the ground that Shah -.Hum had forfeited ail treaties by joining the M.ihratt; s and French, and abet ting the enemies ot Great Britain, after which no written engagement was entered into guaranteeing any specific sum for the subsistence of the iamily ; but,...
LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [LONDON MAIL, JAN, 7.] COURT AND FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
I LAI^ST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [LONDON »AH., JAN. 7.1 COURT AND FASHION. THE Queen and Prince Albert proceed on visits to tb* Dukes of Wellington and Uuckingham during (he next week. A report is in circulation that the domestic circle of her Majesty will probably be blessed with another in crease some time towards the close of the sommer. The Marquis of Abercorn, Earl de Grey, Earl Talbot, and the Earl of Powis, were installed at the chapter of the Order of the Garter, held for the admission of the Duke ot Saxe Coburg, as the Knights, on vacancies caused by the deaths of the Duke of Dorset, Duke of Grafton, the Marquis of Wellesley, and the Earl of Lor edale. The Queen has been pleased to appoint William Gore Ousley, Esq. (now secretary to Legation, at Rio Janeiro), to be Minister Plenipotentiary to the Argentine Con federation ; J;.hn Fieones Crampton, Esq., Attache at Vienna, to be Secretary to Legation to the Confederated States of the Swiss Cantons ; Francis Ferrant, '¿sq., to ...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
_i.ocrl lettre._ THE Lightning, we are happy to say, has brought a full cargo of eastern produce ex-ness I y suited for this m«i ket. [ri our advertising columns wid be found lists of the principal articles, part on sale by Messrs Bu II ce & Thomson, and part to besólo by Mr Jv eales ;»t auction. IMPORTANT AUCTIONS. - We perceive that the auction t:ade has become decidedly brisker of late. By advertisements in another column it will be seen that to morrow some fi'»e horses will be sold bv Mr Neales, after which he wii| submit to public notice an unprecedented quan tity of merchandise. V. D. LAND MARKETS. -The Hobarton Ad vertiser reports the price of wheat (64 lbs to the bushel), 3s 8d to4s. Murray's Review of April 24, reports the price firm at 3s 3d. We bear privately that Government contracts had been taken at 2s 9d, bushels 60 lbs we presume. IRELAND.-The Dublin Evening Mail makes the fol lowing announcement:-"We believe we may now state with certainty that Sir James Gra...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
j GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. j Í*&lt;LSEWHEÍIK will be lo mu lue heads ol t i^ht ordi nances about io lie introduced into the Legislative ! Council, lo which we direct the attention of our j readers. j The civil sittings of the Supreme Court are ap ¡ pointed to commence on 27ih inst. The General Quarter Sessions of the Peac? will bc h&lt;»lJen ou the 10th June, at l2oc!ockat noan. - A ppeals must be entered with the clerk at least j six davs previous to that time. A Quarterly meeting of Justices, to cor.si Jer ap plications for publicans, or other licenses, or for transfer of the s'.me, will be holden on June 9th. -Notices, certificates, &c, to be lodged with the clerk fourteen days before that date. Auctioneers' Licensing Act.-Same meeting as above-Applications to be lodged a week previous to June 9th. Cattle Slaughtering Act. - Same meeting. - Licensed parlies io transmit monthly ie ions - i Applications for licenses to be lodged ten days be fore meeting. j impoun...
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. May 8, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE1N ADELAIDK. May 8. (845. Wheal idean). 2>31to2. 9d bush« grinding samples ........ gs Asl to 2s 3d ditto inferior (smutty) ls lOti lo 2s«iito Floor, fine. £7 l&lt;?6to£8 lOr^to seconds. £6 to £7 per ditto Pollard. ls per 2i)ib« Bran ... 9J aer bushel Bar ey. English. 2s 91 to 3s 6d ditto Cape. ls (id to ls Od àiito SVin'ess. 2s 9d ditto Bread. 4d to 5d p- r 4-lb loa Búcuit. 10s to 15s ppr cwt Oafs . 2s 6 I to 3 *ty bushe Maize. 2s to 2s 6.1 di to Peas, white....* .............. 3d per !b blue. 4d ditto Hay. £1 5s'o£i 10s per toi Oaten ditto. ¿1 10s io £3 ditto Tobacco, sheep-wash. 7d to 8d per lb BOTCHER'S MEAT. Beef. 3*.d to Ai per lb Mutton. 2£ I to 3d ditto Wal. 4d to M dil o Lamb. ............ 2£d to 3d ditto Pork. id to 5-i «Uto POULTRY. Fowls. 2s &lt;o 2s 6d p«r pair Ducks. 2a 3J to9-9,iper pai Ct-ese. 4s io 6&lt;each Turkeys. ó» to 10s each Pigcors. î s ¡id pei pair DAIRY PRODUCE, Butter, fresh . ls io ls 51 per lb Cheese....
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
FREIGHTS. To Lea-Ion and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.... ljd to If A " Oil, per ton. 4 IO 0 " Bark. 4 10 0 Oiber good'. 4 lo £4 IO To Hobart Town, per ton.21s to 1 10 0 To Launceston, per ton ...... .. 10 0 To Port Phillip, per ton.15s Jo 1 0 0 To Syduey, per ton.£1 to 15 0 " Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 6 To Mauritius, per ton.......#. 2 10 0 ToSwan River, per ton.£2 to 2 10 0
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
IMPORT«. Cargo of the William, from Laanceston, arrival reported io our last-40 packages apples, 2 boxet apparel, Order ; 1 bandle leather, Elliott. Passengera-W. Cadssan, Henry Rose, Mr Cummings, W. Bennett and son, VV. Levy, Thus. Beans, 15. Wilson, Sarah Ann Wilson, G. Elliott, Jas. Wire, Thos. Ashton, Mr Williams, Michael Barnes and three children. Cargo of the schooner Sister, from Hobart Town, arrival reported in onr last-13 kegs tobacco, 10 h lids, brandy, 4 puncheons whiskey, 16 cases tobacco, 26 cases port, 10 cases sherry, 6 casks cider, 7 cases champagne, 4 cases paper, 2 cases bottled fruit, 3 cases jam, W. Young husband & Co.; 2 hhds. bi andy, Lindsay; 4 half tierces tobacco, 9 cases battled trait, Formby, Brothers ; ~J23 casks apples, Harriott; I bale, I case, Collins; 5 horses, Order. Passengers-Mr Horne, Mr and Mrs Holmes, Mary Sharp, A. Collins, Capt. Mitchell. Mr O'Sullivan, Mr Gell, Mr and Mr ts Richards, D. Robins, Mary Robins, G. Robins and child, Mr and...
Stripping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
Stripping Intelligence. I ARRIVED. j M At 6 -The brig Henry, 107 toni, Tragarths, from Launceston. Passengers-E. J. Tragurtha, Esq., Hr P. Lett, Mrs Lett and two children, W. Hard, W. Hard, eastle, D. Barnes, W. and J. Pratt, C. Webb, wife, and three children J. Penfold, J. Ford, W. Coleman, Thoa. Massey, Francis Skerr, wife, and four children, B. Thorp, and R. Godlingtoa. Sam« Day.-Thc schooner Lightning, 147 tons, Robert son, from Singapore. Passenger-Mr Turton. May 8.-The schooner Richard Mount, 170 tons, Jackson, from the Cape of Good Hope. Same Day.-The cutter Resource, from Messrs Hagen and Co.'s fishery, in ballast. SAILED. MAT 4.-The schooner Mercury, 26 tons, Smith, for Laun ceston, in ballast. Passenger-J. Johnson. May 5.-Th© schooner Victoria, 28 tous, Carraway, for King George's Sound. Passengers - Mr Fowler and Mr Levi. May 6.-The brig Dorset, Walsh, for Sydney. Pas sengers-Mr Lazar, Miss Kelly, Mr Milling, Master Rae, Mr Sourbier, Mrs Morris, and J Robinson. May 8.-The...
SYDNEY MARKETS. APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845
SYDNEY MARKETS. -APRIL 17. WHEAT-la addition to our own arrivais iii the market this week, a cargo has arrived from $outh Australia,which, being a very fine sample, realised as much as 3s ld. Our best colonial samples may be quoted at 2s 9J. Rum and brandy were maintaining high prices with an upward tendency. Flour-£8 per ton. Secouds, no salo. Butter-lOd by the keg; retail, Is; roll but ter in pounds, from ls to ls 2d. Cheese-3d to SH per lb. Bacon and hams -öd to Gd per lb. Tobacco sales are limited, and last prices from Gd to ls per lb.