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THE GROWTH OF WOOL. (From the Sydney Monila) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 July 1840
THE GROWTH OF WOííL. (From the Sydney Manila \ ) A few days since, a wo ol grower, whosw clip amounts to ab ut eighty ! balfes, was felicitating himself, in our hearing, on Ii i vin « preservo»! the pa- , riiy ol' his .fine-woo!iori flocks; aud, tn ire pat llcuiat ly, &lt;fiat he had no.' vid tiated them with atty Teeswater b'-ood. vjni-2 of h:s fri-un is he sai J, had bee!» induced to put their Säxou-iVleriuo ewes to Teeswater ra-¡;s with a view t;> th« ?» o ludion of c >>n ú\\ x wool; b:t ttie res ttk fi id s adi y disappointed t li-ir ex pecta-tot.-, an ¡ (bey bi teri y regretted tho expeti..\-ent. We fi&lt;?qu&lt; oliy meet «?silt adv.ertiseuients t.iiVriug Teeswater cants for s *li- ; and? certainly, thu? ad vertí se.s, though we differ fro in them, nie tint to h t censored for entertaining: :i «itït>;i opinion of their stock. Tue observations io'lo--*'in* are not cai 'ttla le Î u> im .-Tove the s,»Ie of these rauii ; a¡jd, thi'reiori-', v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 July 1840
Soutient mtsttaUan &lt;&fttce. rpSGfotlowtníaretha termsof the" SOUTHERN * AÜ.STRAtilAN," which is published every Tuesday and Friday morning, at the Office. eoriuM of stenheus-place, Rondle-street. PRICB OF THR PAFKK-6d per number, or 21. j» r ; annum paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa j pen sent to them if they desire it. AoVBRmRHEsTs.--6 lines and uniter [each inst--- j tiou] 8B.6d ; a*»ove 6 lines. Sd. per line-Adver- j tiseraents cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on ; Monday andlTbnrsday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before S o'clock on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior tn the next day nf publication, or they cannot OH attended to. Advertisements, must have written upon them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. All Subscriptions «nd Advertisements must be jiaid for in advance. --ü^»»&lt;! *' ~*£>ire&lt;ßt^fbrläydneyl .¿...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 July 1840
%&U& bi? public Auction* - ? - EVENING SALES. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Bentham and Co. On Saturday and Monday evenings, at their lower Rooms, Hind ley Street, 50 bag-» Sugar 30 tea sets 40 doz. tea-cops and saucers 1Ö0 basons and mugs 200 quart and pint decanters Also, Several gens, odd lots of ironmongery, 50 bottles of jam, great variety of' clothing, and other sundries. Commence at Six. Earthenumre, Tfooks, Provisions, Flour* Potatoes, Rice, Horses, and Pigs. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham &lt;& Co. t)n Monday, July 27, 1840, at 12 o'clock, at their great rooms, King William-street, ^« EVENTJ3EN soperb dinner sets ' 1^ 15 new and elegant china tea sets 200 vols, of books, varions ' 28 bags of fine flour 98 basis pf Van Diemen*s Land potato-s 30 J>ags good rice . - 12 cwt, nails( varions 5') bags sugar - ¿, 12 baskets very fine ditto' 50 large dont locks - boxes soap 20 bags of salt I^voi«e of smetTing salt«, hartshorn, &...
HOBART TOWN MARKETS, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
HOBART TOWN MARKETS, June 18. Wheat 14* fri, oats 7a to 7s Ol, Cape barley J 7»>o 8s, English ditta9» to 10 per basbel ; Poi* rAÁbur coals 15s, Sydney ditto, £2 Sa,, abe-oak |£l5s, gam 12«, blank pr>|a|oes £8, .apple dttfo r£7 per ton.
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per lind...£8 O Oto£ 9 O Ö Ashby, per bri...8 IO O .. 9 O O Dunbar, per doz ....0 16 O .. O 1 o Colonial, per febd.... 5 AO. 0 ;Anowroot per lb .... ....0 2 0 .. o Be** f, fr. sb, per ib.0 0 9 . . : Urandy per gal. in-bond ..0 12 O .. Bran per 100 lbs..0 16 0 .. 18 0 Butler, fresh, per lb.0 3 0 .. 3 6 t salt, per do ......0 2 O .. Cape, by the firkin 0 1 6 .. 0 2 0 Bread, per 4lt> loaf.... ..0 2 0 .. O 2 0 Candles, wax, per lb....0 3 6 .. English moulds ..0 12«. £ . spermaceti ......0 3 6.. ;c- dips. ..0 0 9.. Qedar, per loot, in lop... .0 0 6 .. ' inch boards.0 0 6 .. enflée, per lb.0 10.016 Cheese, English,pei lb....0 2 0 .. O 2 6 * er - Colonini. per ditto .0 1 6.. 0 I IO t^igar». Mani la, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chonsura,perdu..I 0 O .. 2 0 0 Cogérants per lb...0 1 4.. 0 Cordage per cwt.4 10 0.. 5 0.0 Canvass per bolt.... ....3 10 0.. Deals per foot.O 1 0 .. 0 1 2 Flour per ton.55 0 0 .. 60 0 O sr-coods perd»...41 0 0 .. 50 0 O Gin per ga...
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Dock Office, Liverpool, September 5, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Pock Office, Liverpool. September 5, 1839. The Trustees of the Liverpool Docks and Harbour do hereby give notice, that the fallowing changes in the Lighting, Beaconing, a^d Buoying of the Northern approaches to this Port, (alt bearings by compass) will lake pince on and after the night of Thursday, 10th October. 1839; viz CBOSBY LIGHTHOUSE.-A new Light Tower has been erected about a mile and a half S S Wot' F »rmby Lighthouse towards Crosby Point ; tb« Light therefrom will be esbtbi ed. for the 6.si time, on the evening of the above date, and continued every night from sunset to su iris-. The tight in this Tower wiM be stationary of a red colour, elevated 96 fret above the se* at hilf ? tide level, and will be visible between the points of S W hy W fW, and N by Wf \V ; which limits will indicate respectively «hen a vessel is westward of Mud Wharf, and when she ooght to shape her fair-way course up Crosby Cbaooel. THE FORMBY LIGHT VESSEL-Will be moved one-fifth of...
TO OUR SUB-SCRIBERS AND FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
I TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS AKD FRIENDS. I j A Mechanic's letter must still stand over. The letter of A. Colonist on the rights of the natives shall appear in oar »crt. ; Aa article upon the Agricultural Resources cf South Australia, Juts had to givé way to 'other ftiàtter of amore evanescent character. SeCerat other articles are excluded for the same reason. We shalt at all times be hapyto hear from, our country friends as lo the state of the crops, or on other subjects of local interest.
OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. POLICE COMMISSIONERS' OFEICE; July 27th, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION. Ti» the Editor of the Southern Australian. POLICE COMMISSIONERS' OFEICE; July 21th. 1840. SIR,-t am desired by his Excel- ¿ 1ency the Governor, to request that you will insert the following reports in you; journal of to morrow, for the Satisfac tion of the public: - Encounter Bay, 12 o'clock, July 25,1840. My Dear O Halloran,-On reaching this, I heard from Serjfant Macfarlane, and Dr. Penny, thal an account had that moment reached them, of a wreck to the eastward, and a number of people having been killed on the other side of the Murray, but that he had no means of sending the intelligence up to town. I instantly offered him one of my horses as far as Willunga, with directions to send another ene on to you, express this night. We proceeded on to Rosetta Fishery, and have had information from Encounser * Bay Boo .which I Jake .down nearly in his. -own words; DEPOSITION OF BOB. " Two of the Murray tribe came down the day before yesterday to the point, (Rosetta ...
LAUNCESTON MARKETS.—June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
'? LAUNCESTON MARKETS.-Zun« 20. * Dependent aa. ¡is the market of thia 4own, and ind* ed of . the colony, upon that .of .Sydney, it would be ridiculous on our part to attempt IO jleceive or to gull the colonists with a Lop BooK 'sort of daily remarkable, occurrences-changesr fluctuations-rises and fa'ls-and Mark Lape kind of proceeding of our -grain market; an arrival from Sydney not onfrequently brings information of the state of that tmrket. which operates opon oars, and the arrival of the William bringing inlbrmation to tba 6th instant, bas bad the effect of lowering the price of wheat. A ' few parce's of wheat intended for «ale have gone off at a reduced price ; 13s wa« obiaised on Tuesday with difficulty for a «ample that f-iurday* previous j would have readily fetched 16s, bot tbvt is no criterion to judge of the market. The price mo*-t come d->wn, but not so rapidly or to an amount some people are pleased to report. We qoote a reduction of 3s io the bushel of wheal, and «b...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
«.««?HBapjMvavaaBBi POUT PHILLIP. Oar rews from Port Phillip is up lo the 16 h instant, but we have only room for ibe following extracts : - WHALING.-We conceive that we mont confer a gnat ;»enrfii on ihe colony hy recommending to th i du try of i's inhahilants aay new sonrcrs ot' traffic, hy which «li>-ir own euer ions may he rrwjrd d, and &lt;h-i »est:urc.sof llie counTy fulJv oj»ene»t «j». Willi this indention we should very IUJCI» like tn see au establishment formed for tba proser:>iiirfn of the wiia'e fishery. Fr-.«a the accounts received ol the recent exploratory voyage of two ot Her Mijes'y's frigates on the wt stern roast, we learo lh;:i wha'es ahou.-d in iib inlets and bats, ; nd ihe neighbouring ocean, thus ». fi ord n; the most sanguine hopes lor the success of such an undertaking. Che sandy coast in the ntighhou-hfod of Portland iiav has been also been described by eve witnesses as abounding with whalebone, which lies st&lt;ewed alt along the bf ach...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
VARIETIES. 'r FEMALE FASHIONS IN NEW YORK--Deaf Bennett-D i for Heaven's sake b'ow up-those lovely wo-nem, who have cat their dres«e&lt; oft* above their knees for the purpose of showing their pretty petticoats and oblige yours, acc." Blow ap the pieily women ! We will do no such barbarous piece of work- Wo don't care kow high they cat their dresses, or if they thoo«* to show tl.eir pretty patticoais. Several beautiful ladies have appeared in Broadway in these short dresses, and the very novelty of their tasie increases the interest theynaturaUy excite a« well as giving them a distingue air. We are iii favour of all gradual changes tn drapery. An invariable fashion in everything is the mark of imbecility of miad Everything is changing around os , the beauty and delight of day, oight, summer winter, antamn,&lt; spring, all consist in change« The charm« of the wild woods and beauteous vales spriag from thew gradual charge in colotir, complexion, and drapery.; Why shoul...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
VAN DIRMEN'S LAND. j Our papers from Hobart Town and Laun ceston, are up to the 20th of June. The following are such extracts as are likely to be most interesting : THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-We beard a report this week, that the Council will not meet until August. We have not beard any cause as signed for the delay ; but if its annual sittings be suspended until that time, we apprehend that there will be some change in the official members. Probably this may be anticipated by his Excel lency.-True Colonist, June 5. THE BANKS.-A report having been in ciicuU tion tor some days, that our banks have entered into a combination to curtail their discounts, in order to purge accomoda ion paper, not believing that men of business, possessing such intelligence as our Bank Managers do, would condescend so to act, we have made enquiry, and find that no thing of the kind has taken or is intended to take place ; but, we have learnt, with no small surprise, that discounts have Utely bern considerab...
The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1840 MEETING AT THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
ßfye gotten* ñmtralmu ADELAIDE: TITESDAY, JULY 28, 1840 MEETING AT THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. A*teotio«í is particularly called to a Meeting le be held this day. at (he Office of bis Excellency the Governor, on the subject of establishing periodical Cattle and -Stock Markets, iu different parts of the province. Tho Meeti..&lt;* takes place at half past one o'clock, at which bis Excellency-hop^s to see a«i interested in this and similar objects b?nfi ia! to th * co'oiiy píese it. OI R COLONIAL MARKETS. IF we may at all Midge, from the latest Van Diemen's Li.sd papers, our Fícur market is likely soon to undergo some important change. The expected ar rival at Sydney of 10,000 barrels &lt;f Flour from America, appears to have struck the grain-sharks of Launceston and ETohart Town with perfect con sternation. What to do -wheiber to hold on, or to slacken the band-bey seem at «. loss to divine. The press itself is at a stand still-not knowing what to report-alternating between...
COLONIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
COLONIAL REFORM. SOME weeks ago, we intimated otu reception &lt;>f the Colonial Magazine, a new monthly periodical, edited by Robert Montgomery -Aiartin, Esq., author of the History of the B:itish Colonies, from which we promised, as opportunity offered, to present ( ur i readers with extracts. Mr. Martin's desire to promote a chance in the ma I nagetnent of our colonial affairs, and the disinterested zea' he has brought j to bear upon this subject, are too well known to nee I comment. So far back I as 1837, the following petition was presented lo the House of Commons, j and was ordered to be printed, and to be taken into consideration on a certain day; but the intelligence of the rebel lion i i Canada at that time arriving:, and the ant tor of the petition being un A ii'tna: to embarrass the government, ödfuribafrattenif»t wu* made tu press it upon the consideration nf parliament, during that session. As the appoint ment of a committee to take it into consideration bas n...
WRECK NEAR ENCOUNTER BAY. MURDER OF FIFTEEN EUROPEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
WRECK NEAR ENCOUNTER B/iY. MURDER OF FIFTEEN EUROPEANS. REPORTS having reached this town of the Wreck of a vessel about three days journey to the northward of. Encounter Bay, and of the murder of fifteen Europeans by the natives in that district, we have His Excellency's cunr.iiands to publish the whole cor respondence, which will be found in another part of our columns. We have not ourselves one word to add to these melancholy details. A variety of re ports are in circulation as to the name of the vessel, but as yet nothing oj' course can be positively known. From the activity displayed by the govern ment, we si ali, iii all probabilité, be put in possession of further particulars by our next publication. From the fact of several logs .-of cedar having been washed on shore, it is conjectured that the ill-fated vessel is the Christina, from Sydney, which has been some time over-due. This, however, we must warn our readers, is mere con jecture. Since writing the above, we hive receiv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1840
£aifö iii? public &uett'3u. --.» EVENING SAL RS. TO BE SOÏ.O BY PUBLIC \UCTlON by Bsntbain and Go. On Saturday and Mnn l iy evenings at their lower lioom«, Liiti&lt;lley Street, 50 bag¿ Sogar 30 í-*a seís 40 doz. tea-cnp&lt; arni sance'"» 100 hagons and »inir« 200 qusrt and pint decanters Also, .Several gnn«, odd lots of ironmongery, 50bol'les °^ Íara» grpai vsriety of clot bini, and other sundries Commence at Six. Sheriff's Sale. Charles Hopkins, John H.Theakston.Sf C.Pîatls ^ v' Í Alfred William C.'.aîfieîd. J> On Tuesduv, Jalv 28, 1S40. at noon, on the premises of A. W. Chatfield, grocer, situ ated between Betitfnm and Co"«, aueti-n rooms as>f3 Mrssri. ffi~!«'- store, Himlley-s«reet, ALL the STOCK-IN-TRADE, consisting of the asnai articles to be found in a gen ral store. Bj order of the cherin", NEALES B KN TRAM, Government Anctioneer. C. 3, NEWENHAM, She>iiT. AFTFR WHICH, Several sun-lries under execution of Sheriff and Tlagisuales Court. NEALES ...