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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 May 1845
" »outfc gUsttaltan" GEtfKRAL »R8NTSNG B§TASI!.I8HMSNT. -rpHE 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, and he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the eolony. The motto of this Office shall be "** Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch" Printing Office, ? Rundle-street, Now ll, 1644. £ As the terms of this journal are peculiar, being tower 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 ?o dummies, i.e., advertisements countermanded or uot duly ordered, are allowed to appear. The whole of our available space is devoted to matter of general interest and information : Terms of the South Australian newspaper (days .f publication Tuesdays and Friday...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 May 1845
&ale& im Auction. Generat Jiïferch,andise. JUST ARRIVED. BENTHAM NEALES will offer on Wed nesday uext Teas (black and green), sugars, nails, flannel, ba«r*, farinaceous food, table«, chairs, night lights, trowsers, jackets, vest«, paper, rope, matches,books, iron,cedar, wardrobes, rum,wine, brandy, whiskey, pepper, cnbebs, t-hoes, men's, women's, and youths stockings, shirts, cloak ings, vinegar, ketchup, lamps, lamp wicks and cottons, prints, hamers, oats. &c. AND A small lot of furniture and effects, to close accounts. fattie. ¥ B. NEALES will hold his u«ual sale of the " above on SATURDAY NEXT. LOHN BENTHAM NEALES will sell on Saturday nest, that " celebrated mare" "Pale Ale," Jxnç known as the fastest trotter tn the colony. She is stinted to Nigel, and is only parted with on account of the proprietor having no further use for her. ALSO, I The light and elegant spring cart, and first- | fate -English harness; the whole completing a FIRST-RATE TURN-OUT. To ...
IRELAND. [DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, DEC. 2.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 May 1845
IRELAND. £DPBCÏN EVENING MA«., DJC- 2.3 THERE is no one charge brought-no one accusation made against the lower o ders of the Irish, that appears to gi *e greater offence to the advocates of lin " people," 01 is taken up with greater as,&lt;erity by the Liberal Press, than wliei the étalements are pu: forward that the trish are bloodthitsty in their nature, an I ferocious and savage in their habits, aud that ihe characteristic 'raitsby which they are distinguishable ara the primes of " murder and assassination." We confe«. that with shaine anti sorrow we hae oitea Ind to tax a poi- son of our feflow-coanîryp.ien with such iuhu:naa pra.>en sities, and have incurred th* hi«h disp'easuro of the press aforesaid, for ou-§" prejudice an I illiberality !'' Eut what if the same charges bs made hy an authority which that press dar« not qufs ion, and admitted '«y the people themselves, not then speaking through their literary organs? What if we can eav of the accusation, " non meus...
RIVOLI BAY. — DISCOVERY OF HARBOR. — ATTACK BY THE BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 May 1845
RIVOLI BAY. - DISCOVERY OF HARBOR. - &nbsp; ATTACK BY THE BLACKS. BY the Governor Gawler, Captain Underwood, information of a highly interesting nature has been received in reference to Rivoli Bay, which has now, for the first time, been thoroughly &nbsp; examined. Rivoli Harbor, as it may now be called, is in the form very nearly of the spread horns of a bullock, or an extended half moon, seven miles from tip to tip of the horns. Directly in front at the distance of a few miles from the shore are a number of sand banks and & small island, and near the tip of the south-east horn, are a few reefs, which so completely protect the harbor, &nbsp; that during one of the heaviest gales Captain Underwood has seen, and which continued 50 &nbsp; hours, he sailed about at leisure, and with comfort in a small dingy. Inside of these banks, reefs and islands, Captain Underwood sounded and found 4, 5, and 6 fathoms, shoaling to 10 feet near the beach; but a...
ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
ARTICLES OF EXPORT. Bacon ................ ...... per lb. Bark........................ per ton Barley...................... bushel Barley meal..'.. 50 lbs. Beef........................ tierces Biscuit... cwt. Bran. bushel Brick. 10OO Butter, salted. per lb. Candles, moulds.............. do. -dips.................. do. Cheese...................... do. Copper ore..............ton Flour, âne .................... do. ? seconds ................ do. Gum. do. Gum timber. per load Hay.per ton Hides.....each Horns and àeofs ............percwt. Lead ore. .ton Maize.......*...*........ pe: oushel Oats. do. Oil,black. per tun -seem.....*... do. Oxen. each Pollard. perSOlbs. Potatoes.perlón Sheep, fat.......MCO Slates. P«r 1O00 -slabs...per foot Starch . P«r Tallow.«.per cwt. Wheat..... pw bushel Woo!, 1st quality.per lb. - 2nd quality. do. - ia e rea se ............. de. Whalebone.per to« 6d 35s io 40s ^ ls 9d to 3s 3s 6d £4 10s to 15s 8d 28s to 30s Sd to lOd 6d Sd 6d to 6d £710s to £8 10s £6 t...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to May 26.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
! WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to M*y 26. IMPORTED 6O0DS. Ale, light .".perhhd -Stroit?.per barrel -bottled.per dozen Bacon.»....per lb. Bags, 3-bushel...each Blankets . ........per pair Blue...per lb. Candles, wax .. do. sperm. do. moulds do. Canvass .per bolt Casks.....per tun Cedar, in log. .per foot in boards do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ...«per 1000 Coals.per ton Coffee.per cwt. Copper, sheathing .... .......... tlo. Nails.............. ...... do. Cordage, English.per cwt. -? Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate..per lb. Crystals ot Soda.per cwt. Currants.per lb. Deals, 9 by 3-.per foot -11 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. G lass, sheet 14 by IO .pet IO0 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown - 9 10 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 14 do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Hams, Yorkshire.. do. -Westphalia.................
A DAY'S JOURNEY THROUGH LONDON IN SEARCH OF A POLICEMAN. [PUNCH'S ALMANAC.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
A DAY'S JOURNEY THROUGH LONDON IN SEARCH OF A POLICEMAN. [PUNCH'S ALMANAC] [ had heard a great deal about policemen-of their civility-their large whiskers-their exten- sive boots-their great utility and military de- portment, but I never recollected to have seen one. Thinking it but right that every English- man should see the sights of his couutry, I rose o:ie very fine morning with the determination of exploring my native town, in search of a being whose existence had always seemed to me no ¡ess apocryphal than thal of the phoenix or dodo. VI y dear wife did her utmost to dissuade me from the fruitless expedition, but, seeing I was determined to succeed, or else sink in the effort, she kindly gave me an umbrella, a pair of saud, wiches, and a strong injunction to be home by tea. To these she further added a half crown and the latch key. At that touching proof of matrimonial confidence the tears nearly came into ray eyes ; but I thought it better to conceal my emotion, though, I mu...
HOURS IN HINDOSTAN. (From Bentley's Miscellany for May.) THE CENTIPEDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
HOURS TN HINDOSTAN. ! BY H R. ADDISON. (From Bentley's Miscellany for May.) T M K CKN I'l PE DR. PKK.H4.PS '.he roughest sea that can be conceived is thai wi.iel» dimers about the Bay of Bengal durînsç eight months in ever}' l wei re. I more pariicularly ullude to that portion called the Sandheads, a por ti.in so donnerons that everv ship is forced to take «ni hoard a commissioned pilot, in ord ri* to avoid the numerous shoals which surround the entrance to the river, up which the vessel mes: ascend to reach Calcutta. 'Mu? fi.si land which steels the si-ht of the wea» ted »oyauer, is the laud of" Sang ir. a green, ' fies!) locking spot, a sort of oasis in the desert of j tvuicr*, sorvhg lo enc! ant the thoughts *..( him who has heeii boxed" up «Jiring several succe^ive months ' on hoard a slow-sailing East-indiqua !. OiT this I island ships frequently cast at chor. 'Ihe Dund e Castle did so sunie yea" s ago. j Amongst othtr cadets on board lite vessel 1 have* named, none «as belier ...
American Poetry. THE WESTERN EMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
Stmmean $3 o ctr in THE WESTERN EMIGRANT. An pxe ran sharply 'mid those forests' shades, Which from creation toward the skies had tower'd In unshorn beauty.-There, with vigoious arm, Wrought a bold emigrant, and by his side His little son, with question aud response, Beguil'd the toil. *' Boy, thou hast never 6een Such glorious trees. Haik, when their giant trunks Fa I, how the firm earth groans. Reraemberest thou The mighty river, on whose breast we sail'd So many days toward the setting sun ? Our o-rn Connecticut, compar'd to that, Was but a creeping stream." " Father, the brook That by our door went singing, where I launcb'd My tiny boat, with ray young playmates round, \V hen school was o'er, is dearer, far, to me, Than ali these bold-broad waters. To my eye They ate as 6 tran pens. Aud those little trees Sly mother nurtur'd in the garden, bound Of our first home, from whence the fragrant peach Hung in its rippling gold, were fairer, sure, lhau this dark forest, shutting out the...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
FREIGHTS. To LöQ'ion and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.-., ljd to fd *« Oil, per lon. 4 IO 0 Bark. 4 1«* « Other good«. 4 lo £4 10 To Hobart Town, per ton.2!« to I 1« u To Launceston, per ton. I 0 0 To Port Phillip, .per ton. .... 15s to 1 0 0 To Sydney, per ti&lt;n.¿"Ito I 5 fl «* Wheat, pc? bushel. 0 O 6 To Msmitius, per ion. 2 10 0 Ta S vt an. Uiver, per ten.£2 io 2 10 0
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
LA VD SAI.ES.-The Government Land Sale commence« at 11 o'clock to-morrow, and we suppose wdl be all over at 12, when the Government Auctioneer (Mr. Neales) holds a very important sale at his own rooms, for the South Australian Assurance Company und other clients of his. We cannot pretend to give particulars in a pa- ragraph; but .must refer our retders to .the elaborate advertisement in our paper this day. j THE BA.CIIET.ORS* BAL?.-The first ball of the season was held on Tuesday evening, at Mr Lambert's Auction Roou.8. Upwards of one hundred ladies and gentlemen i were present, who, at parting, expressed themselves ; delighted with the arrangements of the e\ening. His Excellency and lady honored the b «chelors with tberr : presence. The music, under the management of Mr. ! Bennttt, pave general satisfaction ; and the «upper re» j fresh ni eut*, pro.ided by the proprietor of the Club-house i Hotel, were, we hear, unexceptionable. After supper, dancing recommenced, and was kept up ti...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
I S$fr$tng intelligence. AKRITIB. MAY 28.-The schooner Marys, 61 tont, Griffiths, from Hobart Town. Passengers-Mrs Bennett, Messr* Elliott. Allen. Mr and Mrs Chapman and child, H. Poole. Mr and Mrs Fagan and child, J. Nelson, R. Kinly, H. Lake, wife, and three children, J. & T. Long, S. Thomson, Bluekhorn and wife, W. Nicholls, F. Bunden. SAME DAY.-The cutter Albatross, Í3 tons. Tapley, from Kangaroo Island, with a cargo of wheat.
BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
BANK. RETURNS SUBJOINED will be found the statement of the average liabilities and assets of the Bank of South Australia for the half year, ending 26th instant. We are exceedingly glad lo observe that the circulation aud deposits of this bank, which «ney he termed in a great measure the pulse of the co-ony, exhibit a very marked improvement, ss will be sufficiently demonstrated by the follow- ing comparison with the corresponding period last year : - BAKE Cy 80TTTH A OSTRA LI A. 1844. »845 Note» m circulation £7,753 7« «d..£ll.«94 4a 3d Di-posiis.£40,642 i9s 4d £43,699 14s ltd To shew that the increase has not beeu ob- tained at the expense of the other bank, but from the increased means and extended transactions of the colonists, we subjoin a compaiison of the returns of Australasia for a similar period : BANK OF AUSTRAL ASIA. 1844. 1845. Notts in circulation £3.562 6s 2d .. £4,21« 6s 2d Deposits.£18,408 9s lOd .. £ 19.471 3s 5d I Making the gross ciicuialioti£ 15,304 10s 5d, and t...
The South Australian. ADEIAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1845. THE "MARYS" FROM HOBARTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
Che g^ottth angtraKan. ADE i JU UK: FÄIPAT, MAT 30, 1845. THE "MARYS" FROM HOBARTON. BY this vessel we have files of Hobart Town papers td 6th May. With the exception of the markets, which will be found reported below, there is nothing worth extracting. We have been favored with a copy of the Auckland Titnes of April 8, being a fot tinghi later thasi the last accounts. The town of Auck- land had been fortified. A militia biíI had been passed, and about 1000 men were to be enrolled. A number of volunteers had engaged stedfastly in drill morning and evening, and had become very perfect in the exercise. The alarm respecting the designs of the Maories continued, an&lt;i num- bers of people were leaning by the Terror (an appropriate name) for Sydney, and by the Sir John Franklin for V. D. Land. Ir was stated that the natives at the Bay of islands were very sorry for their misdeeds, and that Jonny Heki was shaking in his shoes. I These, however, were mere reports. The Governor had...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 30 May 1845
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. WE are glad to perceive that his Excellency in- tends to introduce a bill for taking another census in 1846. 4 s the population is increasing at a railroad pace, it becomes necessary t»many ^ipints of view frequently to ascertain the num ^TOrs. We think it would be highly advisable if more particulars could be ascertained than were given at the last enumeration. There will be ample time to discuss the matter, however, when the bill comes before the Council.