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LAUNCESTON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

LAUNCESTON MARKETS. ! Cataract and Supply Mills.-Fine flour, £9 per ton ; seconds, £6 ditto ; twelve per cent. £7 ditto ; sharps, 5s. per !00 lbs. ; pollard, 8d. per 2 » lbs. ; bran, 7d. ditto ; wheat, 3s. per bushel; oats, ls, 6d. to ls. Od. ditto. Union Steam Mill?.-Fine flour, £8, seconds, £7, thirds, £6, sharps £4 10s. per 2000 lbs. r bran, 6d. ; pollard, 7d. per bushel ; wheat 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. ditto. Barley-English, 2s. to 2s. 3d. per bushel. Oats-feed, 2s per bushel. Beturo of grain and flour imported and exported at the port of of Launceston, during the the "week ended 10th April, 1845, inclusive : IMPORTS. NU. EXPORTS. Barley ». 1850 bushels. Oats. 105'» ditto. Wheat. 1000 ditto. Flour .... . 6 tong. Butcher's Meat-Beef, by the quarter, 2¿d. to 3d.; by the joint, 3d. per lb. Mutton, 2Jd. per ditto. Pork, 5d. U6d. Veal, 6d. London Porter, £5 to £5 5s. per hhd. ; coffee, 6d. to 7d. per lb. ; sugar, Mauritius, £28 to £30 per ton ; Manila, £27 ; brandy, 6s. ; Martell's, 7s. ; ...

Publication Title: South Australian
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PORT PHILLIP MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. Four, first, £8 15s., second, £7 Kto., per 2000 lbs. Wheat, 3s. 3d. per bushel of 60 lbs. Oats, 3s. 6d. per bushel. Maize, nóoé." . ; Bran, 8d. per 20 lbs. Hay, 4s. 6d. per cwt.-April 15. '

Publication Title: South Australian
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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to May 8.) IMPORTEP GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

I WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected vp to Mai; IMPORTEP GOODS. Ale. light.per hhd -strong ...per barre! - -. bottled ............ a .per dozen Bacon ...................... do. Bag:?, 3-bushel ................each Blankets.....per pair Blue..... ....per lb. Candies, was. do. sperm. do. moulds .................. do. Canvas...per bolt Casks. ....per tun Cedar, in log. .......per foot !-inboards. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals ..... ..per ton Coffee.per ib. Copper, sheathing ..... do. i-Nails .................... do. Cordage, English. .per cwt. -Manilla. do.: I Corrosive Sublimate ........... per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ...... ..per cwt. j Currants.. .per lb. ' Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -II by 3. do. Figs.per lb. Ginger, Jamaica. do. -E. I. do. Glass, 10 by 12.... ........ per box Glue.. ....per lb. Gunpowder, fine .............. do. -blasting. .>. do. \ Glass, sheet 14 by 10 .per IO0 feet £6 (scarce) £4 10s to £5 9s 6d Is 9d to2s 3d 8s 6d to 15* Is 4d 2s9dto3s6d l...

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AN ORDINANCE to amend the Law respecting defamatory words and Libel. (6 & 7 Vict., c. 96.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

AN ORDINANCE to amend the Law respecting defamatory words and Libel. (6 & 7 Viet., c. 96.) j 1. Offer of an opology admissable in evidence in mitigation of damages. 2. In an action for a libel in a newspaper, the defendant may plead that it was inserted without malice and without gross negligence, and may pay money into Court as amends. 3. Publishing or threatening to publish a libel, &c., with intent to extort money, imprisonment for three years. 4. Punishment for publishing any defamatory libel, knowing the same to be false, imprisonment ' not exceeding two years andfine. j 5. Punishment for publishing any defamatory i libel fine or imprisonment or both, the imprison ment not to exceed one year. 6. Proceedings upon the trial of an indict ment, &c, for libel. - The truth of the matters charged may be enquired into, if pleaded to be published for the public benefit. - Double plea. Plea of not guilty. 7. In case of publication by agent, defendant may shew, tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

Sales bi) suction. 8 UM* JE Rf OR ITO RS JES. The property of John Taylor, Esq., of Saint Johnstons, V. D. Land, And all (except Lot 1 ) bred by him, and now im imported in the Alpha and William from Launceston. JJENTHAM NEALES has now the pleasure to announce to the public, that his previous advertisemen t of bringing a genuine stud of abretder to the hammer will be fully redeemed ; and he leaves it to the colonists' discernment to distinguish between such lots and the previous importation. Lot 1.-An entire carriage horse (so much required in this market). He won the first prize as a carriage Cleveland at Campbell Town, Van Diemen's Land. Lot 2.-A superb bay mare, by Peter Finn, out of an imported carriage mare. Lot 3.-A beautiful bay mare, by the above en tire, out of Lot 2 ; rising 4 years. Lot 4.-A black mare, sixteen hand-1, same age, by the above entire, out of a Peter Finn mare. Lot 5. - A black mare, five years old, celebrated in harness and saddle ; got by a Flemish horse, ...

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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

Colonial Secretary's Office, 7tli May. Iiis Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the two following Returns relative to the Imparts and Exports at Port Adelaide, during the last quarter, be published for genet al information.-By his Excellency's commaud. A. M. MUNDY, Colonial Sectetary. j Abituaci Retfbn of Importe and Exporte at Port Adelaide, for the First Quarter of 1845 : IMPORTI. BX FORTI. I £ 8. d. ¡Total Importe. 27,911 0 6 jlmports re-exported.. 4,942 111 Importa consumed in the Colony. 22,968 9 5 £ s. d. Total Exporte. 50,791 18 7 Imports re-exported.. 4,942 12 1 Exports the produce of the Colony .... 45,849 6 6 Hob BRT R. Tobbbns, Collector. EXPOBT of Colonial Produce during the first Quar- j ter of 1845. Articles. Animals living : cows 10, calves 2 Sheep ._. Bacou and Hams... Bark . Bread and. Biscuit.. Butter. Cheese. Corn-Bran . Wheat. Flour . Gum. Guano. Lard. Oil-Black. Ore-Copper. Lead... Onions . Plants. Salt . Specimens nat. hist Stone (marble)_ W...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE ÖANK Or SOUTH AUSTRALIA J i Draw on London, at 30 days' sight, at par. Purchase on London at sight, at 3 per cent, discount, and 1 per cent, additional for every 30 days beyond. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Draw, at 30 days 6ight. on London at par. " At 30 days sight, on its branches at Sydney, Mait land, Melbourne, Hobart Town, Launceston and Pei th, at 1 per cent premium. Parchase drafts at sight on London, ar 3 per cent, discount, ( and 1 per cent, additional for each thirty days. «* OB Australasian Colonies, at thirty days, a 2 per cent, discount.

Publication Title: South Australian
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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On «pint«, the prodoce and manufacture of the United Kingdom or any British possession, .fier gallon . 0 8 # All other spirits.I. 0 12 0 Wine ............ ..15 per cent, ad valortm ? Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, and other grato and pu'se imported.. .5 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 5 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff. 0 3 0 Atl other tobacco (except tobacco s ems) .... ê 1 6 Potter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent AU merchandise not bein? the produce or manu. facture ot (he United Kingdom 10 per cent. All other goods (British included), 5 per cent. The following articles aie exempt from duty, namely, bottles of common glass, if imported fuM, bullion aoJ eoin, (ive steck of all kinds, seeds, burbs, and plan's.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

pour rniLLiP. A BA» IFF OUIU ÍTTFD. - A BaliiT from Hie Coori ni Hi-quells I a f * -1 y ina-le au excursion i«» . ih*» i'ouutrv, lo satisfy r « +'Xt'Culion against » ho e»»ot{.«i and c il* c's ol a certain publican, about 40 tr i ifs Irotti Melbourne ; his fee was trie re (.ular allowance of tlirce shilling and sixpence per dir-tn ; in lh¿ present instance, be passed a very agreeable week, wade doubly charming Ly the hospitable attention of the fair hostess, who fi mn the first u ornent of his appearance, treated him like one cf the family. On his ariival, havi g made known the nature of his visit, he pulled out a stale damper the size of a cart wited, and neatly as haid, and began to make himself comfortable, when the lady of the man. sion kindly invited him to join the Foetal hoard, und, nothing loath, he became Ht once domesti cated. At ihe end of « (ie week, he reluctantly re* >}vetl to h-ave his clover and return to \?ei houriie, calculating that s x limes three and jiix. ju...

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Poetry. THE LADY'S EXCULPATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

33 oe írn. THE LADY'S EXCULPATION. A PIECE of poetry haviug appeared in our last, called The Husband's Complaint," we publish the following, which was wrilien in answer: -. Well to be sure, -I never did Why, what a fuss you make : I'll just explain myself, my dear, a little, for your sake; You seem to think this worsted work is all we ladies do¡ A very great mistake of yours ! So I'll enlighten you. (I need not coutit, for luckily I'm filling in just now; So listen, dear, and drive away those furrows from your brow.) When you are in your Btudy, love, as still as any mouse. You cannot think the lots of things I do about the house. , This morning alter breakfast, sweet, I heard tke children spell ; I've been teaching also Mary, to gather and to fell ; I reckoned up my washing lists, aud theu I went to se« What remnants in the larder for our dinner there might be. I finished Jemmy's pinafore, and fed the gold erna-y ï I hemm'd a duster, and theu made a bonnet ta J fur Mary ; I next too...

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DAYS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

DAYS OF DISCOUNT. Bank of Sooth Australia.-Tuesday and Friday. Bank of Australasia.-Monday aad Thursday

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UNITED STATES. THE NEW PRESIDENT POLK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

UXÏTED STATES. THE NEW PRESIDENT POLK. MR POLK'S elevation to the - Presidency. Of the teturns madu, 121 votes have been given for ¡ Polk, and only 86 for Clay. Of the states not ascertained, but conceded, 37 votes for Polk, 6 for Clay so that, at preseut, it stands thus- I Polk. 158 Clay. 92 | Majority Tor Polk. 66 i There are only three States from which returns have not been made, but they only g i ve 25 votes, ! so Polk's election is secure. | Curiosity is still kept on (he qui vive to know j who the new President of the United States is. Mr Polk is a native of Tennesse. He dis charged with great ability theoificeof Governor of bis native Slate, and gave general satisfaction as Speaker in the House of Représentatives in Congress. He seems to be one of those men of solid, not showy parts, who really command the confidence ot their party, though so much noise is made a amit others. Mr Polk, vve ate informed, is oi Scottish I ¡neat; e ; and his curiou¿-l<>okiug name a...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

FRANCE« THF. maniage of the Duke D'A um ile with his cousin, the Princess IV? a rie-Caro ii ne of Salerno, daughter of the Prince of Salerno, uncle of the King of Naples, and brother of the Queen of the Trench, was celebrated with great pomp, at Naples, 25th Nov. The execution of the sou of Zurba no is the the.ne of indignant comment iu aim ist every one of the Paris journals. Even the Journal des Debáis, tbs organ of the ministry, unequivocally condemns the blood-thirsty act. It was reported in Paris, on the authority of a private letter from the Spanish capital, that Mr Bulwer and Mons. Bresson had most earnestly advised and tn treated the Spaui*1» Government to stop the fur ther effusion of blood. The Constitutionnel has a curious ar ide an. nomicing the death of Auguste, the chef des claqueurs of the Grand Opera. It appears that this man had a band of hired claqueurs, 45 in number, who took their seats ia the pit, and applauded new pieces and the actors according lo the inductio...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. APIRL 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

[ HOBART TOWN MARKETS. -A PHIL 17. J The improvement which has taken place in our mar kets, while those of all the adjoining colonies are suffer ing depreciation, proves incontestably the effect which the one thousand pounds per day British expenditure, consequent upon the feeding by britain of. some twenty thousand persons, cannot but inevitably produce. The contracts, too, having been taken at a much better price than was expected, all circumstances considered, averag ing 2s. 2d. per bushel, has tended to support prices. Although inferior wheat has brought from 2s. 6d. up wards, tending to keep down the average, yet the best samples have gone so high as 3s. 8tl. Malting barley and good oata are in request at from 3s. to 3s. 6d., and potatoes maintain 3s. Hay averages from 30s. to 45s. according to quality. All other articles as before. Upon the whole the markets certainly look up.-Murray's Review.

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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. WE have much pleasure in copying from yes terdays Gazette returns of the Lxpoits and Im ports at Port Adelaide dining the last quarter, and also a table shewing the articles, quantity, aud value exported of colonial produce during the same quarter. This Jast is. the fi st quar terly list of the kind that has been published, and is a very valuable return. Bo h returns, we are proud to say, furnish lite o/ost satisf ic tury proof of a flourishing trade, and of the in creasing value and extent of our exports. Tuts will be still more clearly seen by the toll« wing comparison of the totals with those ot the cor responding quarter last year : P3 » EL tsS to Ol te CS ai hs co ct o » co - |íJ! ll* t¡t fi« tilt du ai! du From the above, it appears that, wittie the iiorts have actually decreased, our expott *<* nearly doubled. \Vtil our Sydney co»i ii;-mary, the Morning Herald^ call litis puf A ? And \-. hat wili our tiieml say t-# the far 'T fact, that the exp...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

Cfte ^outlj australian. ADELAIDE ; FRIDAY, MAT 9. 184i._ TUB Richard Mount, from the Cape, brings no mail; but we have gleaned the following par ticulars : No English news bas been received later than January 1st. The Joseph Albino had arrived and sailed ten days before the Symmetry. The Symmetry arrived on the 26th of February, and was to sail on the 28th ; all well. The Prince Albert had touched at the Cape, and sailed before the 22nd March. The Ichaboe guano had been all removed, and the seeking ships were arriving in great numbers, in ballast, at the Cape, which made au overstock of shipping, and hence the departure of the Richard Mount for Adelaide and Sydney. Flour was at the old quotations. Cape wines had advauced considerabl}'. Br the Lightning, from Singapore, we have re ceived a file of the Singapore Free Press to March the 261h. The issue of that date is a supplement, contain ing English news by the January mail, the most interesting portion of which will bs found else wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

" ^outî) glusualtatt" GENERAI Ç> R 0 M TT Q M © g § TA ©IL OS MIMI S IM Y, np HE 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 colony. The -motto of this Office shall be " Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch. Printing Office, ? Rundle-street, Ñor. ll, 1844.$ As the terms «t^hU^o&ta! «re peeuii&r, being lower both tts- subscribers ami aSÍVerUsers than those of its contemporaries, iiirç fe% l^ 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 oar available space is devoted to matter of general interest and information : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (d...

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AN ORDINANCE for the appropriation of the Revenue for the Year 1846. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

AN ORDINANCE for the appropriation of the Re« venue for the Year 1846. AN ORDINANCE for amending and consoli dating ide laws in force io South Australia« 4 with respect to Insolvent pebtors, and the administration of their estates. {For the convenience of the public, toe re-publish from the Gazette of August 1st, 1844, the heads of this important BM.-ED. S. A.~\ I 1. The powers now invested in the Supreme Court and the Commissioner thereof to be con tinued with respect to fiats issued before the com mencement of this Ordinance.-Power given to the Commissioner to do all things under any fiat of Insolvency issued before his appointment* which, he might have done if he had been named in sucht fiat. 2. Supreme Court to be and continue to be a Court of Insolvency, and to have a (>)mmis8ioner or Commissioners, Official Assignee, and other offi cers. ! 3. Appointment of Commissioner and Official Assignee. 4. In case of illness, &c, of Commissioner, bi* duties may be executed by ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

MISCELLANEOUS* MURDER AT A WEDDING. -Rf ARIIIAGE CF THE DYING BRIDEGROOM.-MrW. W. Rives, of Wilcox count\'t Alabama, having recency won tlie affections of a band-onie young lady residing in that vicinity-Miss Sarah Tait, the daughter of Captain J. A. Tait-the necessary arrangements were completed fur their untoi, and he proceeded to her residence to h »ve the marriage ceremony per formed, and to ce'ebrae the nuptials in a becoming manner ; but, on ar. riving at Captain Tait's dwelling, Mr Rives and his friends «ere met near the door by the Cap t lin's son, Dr. Charles Tait, who touk Mr Rives aside for a private interview, while the friends of the latter went into the house. Young Dr, Tait immediately commenced assaulting Kr. Rives with a cain, and, on the lal L r defending himself, drew a revolving pisiol and shot Mr, Rives through the lower part of the stomach. The niuiderer fled, it is supposed, to the easter» states. T!'e unfortunate man waa taken into the house, and died on the ...

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AN ORDINANCE to regulate the Profession of the Law in South Austrlia. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 9 May 1845

Aw ORDINANCE to regulate the Profession of the ' . X<aw in South Australia. . ¡ i 1. No person qualified to practise the law un less he shall have been admitted in the Supreme Court. Penalty, £50. 2. Practitioners allowing unqualified persons to practise in their names to be struck off the rolls. 3. Not to apply to persons practising by virtue of a certificate from the Judge, Advocate-General, and Crown Solicitor, nor to Clerks, Law-Sta tioners, &c. 4. Declaring power of the Supreme Court to tax costs in conveyancing as well as other law bu siness. 5. No action to be brought by a Practitioner until die expiration of one month after the delivery of a bill, signed, &c. Power to Judge to authorise action before the expiration of a month. Signa ture by one of several partners sufficient. Signa ture of inclosing letter instead of bill itself suffi cient. 6. Definition of term Practitioner. 7. Every Practitioner to pay annually £5 and to procure a certificate fr...

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