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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1844. GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

Cïje Boutb Australian. ADELAIDE: FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1844. m---r^^^- rarnfilnifrif rr~i GAZETTE NOTICES. TEN DERs are required, «n or before. 2nd Dec, for erecting a stringy-bark stable at .the Port. The General Quarter Sessions of the Peace will be held on 10th Dec. Impounding Act. Cattle Slaughtering Act. * A uctiotieer*' Licensing Act. Licensed Victuallers' Act. A quarterly meeting of the Justices will be held at the Resident Magistrate's Court, on Monday 9th Dec, to recesre returns, and grant licenses, under these various acts.

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NEW ZEALAND. (Fiom the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

I KKW ZEALAND. [ (Fiom the Australian.) * i Auckland papers to the 2ßth Sapt., came to j hand on Saturday last. Circumstances «»fan extraordinary and unpre- cedented nature had caused his Excellency, Captain Fitzroy, to summon, for the I9ih of September, the members of the legislative coim ! eil at an unusual season, and without even j giving the customary notice or publicity to the j measures to be proposed for their consideration, i It afterwards appeared (hat the causes of so un i ce-eraotiious a proceeding, on the part of the i Governor, were -the critical nature of their ; relation with the aborigines - their being without ¡ funds, and almost without credit - and 'he failure j of the New Zealand Company.*' His Excellency suggested, as a temporary relief, if not a certain remedy, that the Customs Act should be abolished, and a general property tax substituted therefore. The Couufil mel cm the 19 h ult., when his Excellency delivered the following speech : GENTLEMEN -Circumstance...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SEA SERPENT.- A letter has been re- ceived at (he Merchants* Exchange, from Capt. Wales (son of T. B. Wales, Esq.), of the barque Wave, at Malaga, from* this port, dated Septem- ber 5th, in which he states that on the 5th August, about 6 p.m., Cape Cod, bearing E. by S. 30 miles, he discovered a huge sea monster crossing the bow, about half-a-inile distant to the north-west. It at first appeared like the surf breaking over a rock or reef, but it soon arose io a perdendicular position 30 or 40 feet above the surface, remaining for about ten seconds, and then falling horizontally, the body disappeared, leaving a wake in the water, and rising again in the same position at nearly re- gular intervals for the space of half an hour, when it disappeared entirely. Its form was that of an eel, the largest part appearing next the water. The head was somewhat smaller than the body, and from the position exposed, Capt. W. judged the body to have been from 90 to 130 feet long, ...

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THE NATIONAL DEBT. [FROM THE SUNDAY OBSERVER.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

THE NATIONAL DEBT. j [FROM THE SCNDAY OBSERVER.] IT may be interesting at the present time to refer briefly to the reductions in the interest of the debt, which were first commenced a hundred and twenty seven years ago, In the year 1717, the interest on part of the permanent debt was reduced from six to five per cent., and a regular sinking fund was provided by Act of Parliament (3rd Geo. I. cap. 7.) for the redemption of the permanent debt; by the former operation an annual saving was effected of £323,560; but very little appears to have been accompanied by the action of the Sinking Fund, although the falling in of annuities effected a trifling reduction, the national debt at the close of the reign of Geo. L, amounting to about £2,-000,000 less than at the conclusion of the previous reign ; the annual charge was considerably diminished by the reduction of interest in 1717, and by a further reduction from five per cent, to four per cent, in 1727, at the end of which year the annual ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

MARRIED. On Tuesday, the 19th instant, at Trinity Church, by the Rev. James Farrell, Colonial Chaplain, Monsieur M. Emile Dubois, eldest son of Monsieur Jean Dubois, of Bordeaux, to Mary Ann, widow of the late Lancelot Sharpe, Esq.  

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Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 22 November 1844

SAILED. November 21.— The schooner Bandicoot, 56 tons, Bow- den, for Streaky Bay and Hobart Town, in ballast. She is to load at Streaky Bay with part of the materials saved   from the wreck of the Camilla.  

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MONDAY (YESTERDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

MONDAV CYESTERDAY.) AU tander M'Pherson was brought up again this morning, and after tbe examination of two or three witnesses, he was discharged on hts own recognisance, to appear to answer and charge that might be laid against him at the sessions.

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POLICE COMMISSIONRE'S COURT. SATURDAY, NOV. 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

POLICE COMMISSIONRE'S COURT. [ - SATURDAY, NOV. 23. THIS morning John Frame and Allan Bell were again brought ap before the Commissioner, charged with unlawfully and maliciously cutting and wounding Ferdinand Berke, and with assaulting John Golasch. The prisoners are settlers in the district of Mount Barker. The prosecutors are German settlers, st the crossing part of the Onkaparinga, in the same district. From «the evidence, which was of considerable length, we have compiled the following, as the main facts of tbe case. By the floods in the end of October, the bridge across <be Onkaparinga was swept a way. After this there was no way oí crossing tbe river except by going through the land of the German, Berke, and be was io the custom of charging 6<i for every dray that passed through his wheat. On the 7 ri!* of November the prisoners came willi their drays, intending to pass through the wheat field. Golasch told them they most pay Od. They refused, and one of ...

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Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

&}i$pinz SiUtHtgettce. j I SAILED. i ! NOVEMBER 23.-Tîie barque Mary Whyte, 320 tons, Walker, for Port Th i i li p. Fassenger-Mr Hewe, in the steerage. NOVEMBER 24.- Ihn brig Dorset, 81 tons, Walsh, for Sydney. Passengers-Lieut. Thacker, Mr Joshua, Mrs Walsh, Mr* Cragie and son, W. George.

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Friday, Nov. 22, 1844. ILLICIT DISTILLATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Friday, Nov. Í2, 1844. ILLICIT DISTILLATION. FRANCIS M'CULLUM, of Walkerville, appeared before Mr Wialey luis morning, on an information laid against hiui, that he had liad a still in his possession for distilling and rectifying spirits, contrary to the Act of Council for preventing internal distillation. The following evidence in support of the informa- tion was led by Mr Richman, on behalf of the Crown : C. W. Litchfield, Inspector of Police.-I was at Walkerville on the 4th September last ; I went to some premises on the north side of Walkerville, oc- cupied, as I understood, by James Thompson the younger ; it was a long building, consisting of two rooms, and a pise room at the end of these ; there was j no internal communication between the two rooms and the pise room; there was no impediment between the two ; the doors may be ten feet apart ; the enclosure was about two acres, and no internal fence; it was cropped with barley, cabbage, &c. ; ...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

EXPORTS. Cargo of the Mary Whyte, for Pori Phillip.-4 bales gunny bags, E. L. Montefiore; 44 tons copper ore,51 tons lead ore, Baker. Part of her original cargo-20 tons salt, 14 tons coats. Cargo of tho Dûrset, for Sydney-400 bags gait, 13 casks soda. G. Youus ; 133 hoses pipes, C. S. Penny ; 34 kfigs butter, E. Solomon.

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MAILS. General Post-office, Nov. 26, 1844, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

MAILS. General Post-office, Nov. 26, 1844, Mails for Portland and Van Diemen's Land, by the) Debarah, will be closed this day (Tuesday), at three o'clock. I ÍUails for Sydney direct will be dispatched hy the Emma, on Thursday, the 22nd instant. Mails for Great Britain will be dispatched on the 33th instant, by the Joseph. Albino, to London. .CHARLES H. WATTS, For the Pcstmaster-General.

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1844. IMMIGRATION—FREE COLONIAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

Cite Boutb Australian-. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, NOTEMBEB 26, 1844 IMMIGRA HON-FREE COLONIAL TIUDE. : WE last week directed our readers* attention to , the injury done to this colony by the delay that has taken place in renewing emigration from Britain. We propose now to make a few re- marks as to the policy of Britain with reference to her colonies. No one who has paid the least attention to the progress of events during the last few years can doubt, that the continental nations of Eu- rope, and many others, are making great exer- tions to establish internal manufactures, and to exclude those of Britain by hostile tariffs. In- deed, it is so evideut a maxim in political eco- nomy that, in order to the prosperity of the producers of food, there ought to be placed be- side them a large class who consume that food and produce its equivalent in clothing, imple- ments, and other articles of necessity or luxury, that, instead of being surprised at the recent movement, we are rather astonished ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. I ALBATROSS (culler), 15 tons, OD the beach, undergoing repairs. j BLENG (barque). 250 tons, Hugh Stewart, roaster; dis- charging |toai Liverpool,- bound to Liverpool. W. Younghusband, agent. DEBORAH (brigantine), H7 tons, Wing, mister ; loading tor Launceston. J. Neuman, agent. EM M:A (brig), Î21 tons. Fox, master, loading {or Sydney. J. Newman, agent. JOHN HEYES (barque), 350 tons, G. W. Woodward, master ; at the il'Laieu Wbarf, loading for London. G. Young, agent. PRINCE ALBERT (brig), 290 tons, Craib, master; st the M' Laren Wharf ; loading for "Liverpool. Hageu ami Co., agents. ~~ SYMMETRY (ship). 494 tons, Elder, master; in ibe stream ; loading for Loudon. A. L. Elder, agent. VULCAN (scboooer), 35ions,-ma»ter ¡ attbeQueen'» barf ; from ibe Swat). YARE (brig), 3ÛO tons, Harding, masher ; at the M'Laren Wharf} loading for London. Hagen aud Co., aleuts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

THE 41 South Au«traiia¿" may be had , of th«] fol lowing agents of the P/.per : - South Adelaide..."Messrs. C. Platts, Htndley. ?-r^"~" " "* street. Nor'h Adelaide. Ltwson, Kermode-st. Port Adelaide. E. Bayly. Bawden and Hindmarsh.. Gibson, Bowden. Gawler Town..«.. IT. Calton Morphett Vale. J.Spenee Noarlunga. Stephens, Phillips, & Déhorne. Who vt-ill also receive inscribers* ns.m«s, and forders for Ad vertiseotents.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

VESSELS EXPECTED. I [ From Loadon-The barque Aladras, Captain Kitcht^p,! ; about the 1st December, and the Sarah Scott, time uncer- ; tain. From the Mauritius-The barque Guiana, Captain Duff, ; : about the middle of December. ' j From Sydney-The schooner Havck (via Melbourne) in | a few days. j 1 From Melbourne-The cutter Domain, overdue ; the cutler M<try, daily ; and the schooner Haick in a few days. From Is'ew Zealand.-The schooner John Pirie, Simpson, master, daiiy. From Launceston-The cutter Alpha, Martin, master, daiiy. From Hobart Town-The schooner Etixa, Chard, master, in a month.

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. November 2, 1844. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Kot-4mber 2, 1844. ix PO a TS. Oru. s pena (firm>. ... £50 to Bjack (casks tobe reîu:ntd) . Linseed, in wood. . . 4i 9d to in cans. . . &s 3<i to Hides, cacti. . . . . 7s to Tallow, per Jon. (firm). . £i3 lo Mess Beef, in tierce Hwns and Tips, per U3 . .TOsto Soap, per ten. . ... ¿"'¿5 to Cm<ü<6, per lb . . . - 3 ¡ to CoLOM.tt TOBACCO. . . . ls to WHEAT. . . 3-64 ¡o Floi-T, 1st, per ton. . . . £i> t-> 2nd " ... £8 to 3rd «. . . COLONIST .Rirmso SBOIH*. Fine !oa\es(Uigc stock on hand) per lb . Tithers. ..... Crushed lump, per cwt. . Pieces (very fine), per cwt . . Ditto fine, per cwt. ... . &lo'a.»se«, por ton. ... iKPOKTS. TEAS. Ii}Soa skin. be*i brsD ls. . " oiiict trau !». . . ti 158 to Congou, per chsaf. .... i'ekop.per balf»ch*sl ... Gunpowder, per hoc .... Hypoa, per cettj. ... Seo ATI!. Manila .... £23 lo Java ...... Mauritius ..... Si'im ...... Sandwich InUndi. ... Htfined, per ll». .... Corr»«. M...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. October 19, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

MELBOURNE MARKETS. October 19, 1844. Tns eat p-y was tolerably abundant, and the demand brisk the settlers and their drays having cleared away from the market at an early hour. Green peas, broad beans, and as- paragus, the first of the leason, in any quantity, wem off at reasonable priées. Amongst frails, the only novelty wa« I Cape gooseberries, at 6d per quart. Poultry was at far toa ¡ high a figure, considering the price of butcher's meat. Som very bandeóme bouquets were on sale from 2J to Sd each. New potatoes may be looked for in a fortnight. Flour at the Mills-There has not beeo «he «lichtest va- riation in the price of wheat or flour, nor is any at present looked for. Fine flour, wholesale, per 100 lbs., 9s 31; sa* tail, 10s Sd. Seconds, wholesale, per WO lbs* 8e retail, 9s. Bran, Sd per bushel, wholesale ; 9d retail. Wheat, 3s to 3s 6d per bushel. (J Potatoes, wholesale, per leo* 2©j te 30J dat* ft£ «wt., 3*» r f

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COURT OF APPEALS. Angas and Other v. Duff. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

/COURT OF APPEALS. , Angas aud others v. Duff. À&/premised in our last, we now subjoin, a cop^ ©f^ tte judgment in the above case :-. The Court hms, in this case, laid before it a petition, in which the question is raised, whether it is iu the power of a Judge to nonsuit or to reserve leave to move for a nonsuit without the knowledge or assent, express ? or implied, of the plaintiff, and afterwards to refuse a new ùjal, and prder a nonsuit without an opportunity , being afforded the plaintiff of tendering a bill of excep- j tiona to the Judge ruling, in the ordinary manner. The respondent did not, however, appear to contend^ that any such power was vested in a Judge ; but ou the contrary, alleged that leave for the respondent to er.ier( a nonsuit was expressly and properly reserved by the learned Judge in the Court below during the trial, and that the verdict of the Jury was given to such reserva- tion. The petitioners, under these circumstances, appeared to us to have mista...

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APPROVED REMEDIES FOR EVERY DAY MALADIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

APPROVED REMEDIES FOR EVERY DAY MALADIES. FOR A FIT OF PASSION. -Walk out into the! open air, you may speak your mind to the winds without hurting any one, or proclaiming yourself to l>e a simpleton; or take out a horse-whip,! and give the first large tree in your way a sound j thrashing, fancying it to be your enemy. I FOR A FIT OF IDLENESS.-Count the tick-j iug of a clock ; do this for an hour, and you will be glad lo pull off your coat the next, and j work like a negro. j FOR A FIT OF EXTRAVAGANCE AND FOLLY. -Go to the workhouse, or speak to the ragged and wretched inmates of a goal, aud you will be convinced, Who makes Ins bed of briar and thorn. Must be content to lie forlorn. FOR A FIT OF AMBITION.-Go into the churchyard and read the grave-stones ; they will tell you the end of ambition. The grave will soon be your bed chamber, the earth your pillow, corruption your father, and the worm your mother and your sister. FOR A FIT OF REPINING.- Look about for the halt and the bli...

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