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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

BIRTHS.   —On the 24th inst., Mrs Thomas K. Auld, Hindley-street,   of a son. —On the 25th inst., Mrs R. A. Fiveash, Sturt-street, of a son.

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW OF DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

j LAW OF DEBTOR AM) CrtKDiTiliï. ! j WP. h'.toly Ti-viL-di' d an ariichí or» the dt-ctJs=oon j in :!se House of Lords ol' the iaw for ab M¡shi;:¿r ; i-npr^-'HS^fMlt f:>r d»bt, S;Í v. Lieh ai'»«l <T;s - j ti'iiitji-.dioii in-îi of íí¡a: Mouse dc-cUrvd thom I .«elvej itl taro», cf the measure. As the r-: e j hear both s:i!es" is a very jndicioiM uno, we i lay botóle our readers a comrniniiciti .;» an thc I othe r side of the question, which v, <; !., vc ex - j traded from a late number of the Globe : - I [FROli A CORRESPONDENT CF TUE GLOBE ] ! The discussion of thi* subject has been revived ! by The introduction of Lord Cottenham's Bill to ! increase power over the effects of non-paving I debtors, but to remove almost entirely ail power ! over their persons. Lord Cottenham made a ¡ speech, founded on the report of a commission j (1840), which recommended the nearly total abo-! ! litton of imprisonment. On a former occasion, : i some errors ofthat report were e...

Publication Title: South Australian
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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SIDE.   THE following are the prisoners for trial. The Court sits this day, at 10, a.m.   Rosa Ann Dew Hyrdess, for the wilful murder of her in- fant female bastard child, on the 12th of June, 1844, at Syleham, near Adelaide. George Gilles and Frederick Smith, for stealing a dingey and one oar, value £7, the property of Robert Snowden ; also, stealing two paddles, a grappling-iron, and a piece of rope, value 10s, the property of Benjamin Germain, on the 29th June, 1844, at Port Adelaide. Thomas Brown, for stealing a red serge shirt, value 6s, the property of Lewis Barnett, on the 26th September, 1844, at Adelaide. Peupa Ngalta, alias Kangaroo Jack, for feloniously laking a number of sheep, the property of Mr John Hallett, and violently resisting the party who endeavoured to recover them, on the 11th July, 1844.   Thomas Marshall, alias Thomas Wood, for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of James Allen...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

THE WEATHEE AND THE CHOPS.-The weather! continues delightful, and the crops are rapidly! ripening op. the plains. The barley harvest is already begun, and wheat, in some places, will be ready for cutting in about a week. We are happy to say that the wheat crop is now past danger from the hot winda. Several fields have been partially blighted, especially where the crop has been self sown ; but, compared with last year, the damage done is trifling. Since writing the above, we have learned that the wheat harvest was fairly commenced yesterday at Fullarton, where four good scythemen are now engaged on a field of splendid corn. It is gra- tifying to hear that the rates of reaping will, this season, be more in accordance with the price of corn and wages generally. The rate asked by scythemen is 8s. per acre, with 6d. for beer, for cutting, binding, and stoking. Beaners, with the sickle, will probably get Is. more. The experience of the last two years has produced a great number of excelle...

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FORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 26 November 1844

PORT PHILLIP.     HAVING been favored with the perusal of a   Commercial and Statistical Report on the above   district (by Mr William Westgarth), recently published at Melbourne, we think the quotations of a few of the facts stated will be both in- teresting and acceptable to our readers : - Port Phillip is bounded on the north by the Murray, and from its sources by an imaginary line in continuation to Cape Howe, on the west by South Australia, and on the south by the ocean. Its length is upwards of 500 miles, average breadth 180, and superficial area 129,600 square miles. The towns are Melbourne, popu- lation 7000; Williamstown, the port of Mel- bourne, population 250. Geelong, or Corio, situated on an inlet of Port Phillip Bay, popu- lation, 2000; Belfast, situated at Port Fairy, a recently established township, forty miles east of Portland, population 250. Portland, at the Bay of the same name, a short way east of th eastern bo...

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. October 19, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

MELBOURNE MARKETS. October 19, 1844. Tnt Gurply wat tolerably abundant, and the demand brisk the settlers and their drays having cleared a«ay from the market at an eaily hour. Green peas, broad beans, andas, {laragus, the first of the teason, in an; quantity, went off at reasonable prices. Amongst fruits, the only novelty was Cape gooseberries, at Gd per quart. Poultry was at far too high a figure, considering the price of hotelier's meat. Some very handsome bouquets were on 6ale from 2 Ito 3d each. New potatoes may be looked for in a fortnight. Flour at the Mills-There has not been the slightest va riation in the price of wheat or flour, nor is any.at present looked for. Fine Sour, wholesale, per 100 lbs., 9s 31; re tail, 10s 3d. Seconds, wholesale, per 100 lbs«, 8s retail, 9s. Bran, Sd per bushel, wholesale ; 9d retail. Wheat, 3s to 3« 6d per bushel. Potatoes, wholesale, per ten, 20« to 30j . ditto, jter cwt., 2«.

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

. PoOLTRT. Fowls. 2sto2s6d per parr Duck*.. Bs to 4s per pair Geese ........................ 4s lol»each Turkeys. 7s lb lös each Wild decks. ls per pair Pigeons . . .. -.. * la 6d per pair DAIRY PRODUCE. Butler, fresh ........ 6d to 7d per lb Cheese. ................ 6d to 7d per lb Milk . 3d per quart ¡Eggs. 6d to 6d per dose« ¡ CATTLE, ETC. Bullocks £4 to £5 Ewes 6s to 9s Cowa, milob, £3 to £5 Ewe lambs 4s to 6s Oxen, fat, £4 to £6 Wethers, far, 8s to I0s \ Horses £10 to £30 Pigs 5s lo 16* Maws £20 to £35 Goats 3s to 8s Ponies £7 to £12 VEGETABLES. Cabbsges.....«.......... ld each Carrols ......... 3d per bunch Cauliflower« .. . . ld etch Peas. 6d peck Tnraíps. 2d per dotan Onions ..«............?....... 2d per lb Potatoes .«.....«. Ss to 6s per cwt MISCELLANEOUS, Timber, sawn... 6* to lOs per 100 f«tt Gam timber ..m. £2 to £2 10s per Ml Quartering. 7s to 9s per 100 feat Shingles. 6s to lSs per 100 Narrow paling....... 6« per 100 Broad ditto 14s per ditto Battens 9» 6d per ditto B...

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. Monday, Novembir 25, 1844. Wheat .......»................ 2a Od te ta per bathed Floor, fine................ £9 per too seconds. £7 10a per ditto Pollard. lOd to la per 20Ib« Bran. 8d to 9d per bushel Bai ey, English.M. 3s 3d to Ss 6d ditto Cape. la Od to 2a 6d ditto Sb in'ess. 2« 9d ditto Bread.« 5d prr 4-lb loaf Biscuit.,.. 10s to 15a per cwt Oats ....... 2s9d to Ss per bushel Mais«. 3s to3s3d ditto Peas, whitey.. Sdperlb blue. 4d ditto Hay. £2 Ida person Oaten ditto..... £2to£2 10sditto j BOTCHEE'e Sf EAT. Beef ,%........»...... 2£d to 3d per lb j Mutton.ld to 2d ditto j Veal and pork....... .......... édlotSddiUo Lamb-. 3d to 44 ditto

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. On spirits, the prodoce and manufacture of tb« United Kingdom or any British possession, per gallon ...........»........*-.».... OSO AU other spirits.~.!.. .... O 19 O Wine.....«..15 per cent, ad valorem Tea, sugar, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, »nd other gram and pulsa imported.. .5 par cent. Cigars, per lb .... ..... ................ 0 6 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff...... 0 9-0 Ail other tobacco (except tobacco stems) . 1 0 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 par cent AU merchandise not beta? the produce or manu raclure of the United Kingdom 10 per cent« All other goods (British included), 5 per eent. The following articles are exempt from duty, namely, bottles of common glass, imported fu'l, bulli«« «ad coin, liv« stock of all kinds, seeds, bulbs, and planta.

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WHARFAGE DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

WHARFAGE DUES. 4k i A Pipe or puncheon ..............«.».« r*»» viv Hogshead or tierce...«... ..........«...*-» OOO Barrel or keg.... t O » Crate, cask, or baie not exceeding half a too weight or measurement .................. . t 0 Ditto,exceeding half a ton..«.-.«...-. OSO Chest of tea. 0 O'0 Half chest or box of tea, bag of sugar, coffee, rice, tobacco, or bops. 0 0 3 Dozen ef oars, or 1,000 shingles. 0 0 I Dozen spades or shovels ... .............. 0 0 3 Bottle of oil, paint, or turpentine..... 0 0 3 Small package not otherwise enumerated.... «. 0 0 3 100 deals...~ 0 t 6 100 stares. 0 1 . Four wheeled carriage ........ 0 6 0 Two wheeled carriage «.....«............. 0 3 0 j Ton of goods not otherwise enumerated ...... 0 9 0

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LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

LATEST DATES FROM Britain (direct) ..............«.......,....... Jane 25 Bi itain, oía Cape.Joly 17 Britain via Houarton ...................... .».« July 8 America ......... Jane 20 Cape of Good Hope .....%»«..... Mauritius..... vv East ladies ...................... China-.-.., Singapore.............. . .... Sydney ........................ Nen Zealand..... Port Phillip. October 31 Van Dieoifo's Land.«. .........¿.« .* October 26 Swan River......*......... October 6 ... September 7 ...«. August 12 .»....«« August ... September 1 >.« September 12 November 2 &ept. 26

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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel drawing7 feet and ander.... SOO " " 8 feetto9f«et ........ 3 IO 0 .' .* O feet to IO feet.,. 4 0 O And io OD, increasing 10a for every additieaai foot.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

j EXPORTS. Cargo of the schooner Deborah, for Launceston I 10 bales, 15 bags pepper, 5 do. sugar, 4 boxes [ soap, 10 chests tea, order ; 1 case apparel, E. Henty ¡ 14 barrels coal tar, T. Wing; and part of her original cargo-16 kegs nails, 1 ! case paints, 20 kegs ditto, 16 buudles steel, 14 packages ironmongery.

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting vessels under 15 tons 14 par to» ..tarara*, «od ld inwards. AU other vessels 3d per ton «ach way« I

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LOVE AND LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

I 11 j LOVE AND LIGHTNING. A lady, wlio her love bad sold, Ask'd if a reason could be told Why «redding rings were male of gold ? I ventur'd titus t* instruct ber: Love, Ma'am, and lightning are the same. On earth they glance, from heaven {hey came ; L©»e*» {hevonPs otoetric Aamq, And ¿Wi tte bast oomOmetor t COLONIAL COBBBXCY.-The House of As sembly of New Brunswick has fixed the value of the English sovereign at 24s. currency, the crown at 6s., and the shilling at ls. 2|d. " ,

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

FREIGHTS. í To London and Liter pool, Wool, per lb...-. l}d to lgd .« Oil, per ton. 4 10 ü Bark. 4 10 0 " Other good?_. 4 lo £4 10 ! To Hobart Town, per too.21s to 1 10 0 To Launceston, per ton. 10 0 To Port Phillip, per ton ..15s to I 0 0 To Sydney, per ton.£1 to ISO I " Wheat, per bushel. 0 0 6 : To Mauritius, per too...... .......... ...» 2 10 0, [ To Swan River, per ton.£2 to 2 10 0

Publication Title: South Australian
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ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

ABTK&ES Or EXPOBT. Bacon.. . «. Bark..... Barley..... Barlejmeal. Beef. Biscu't. Bran.......... Bricks ......?.< Butter, salted... Caadles, moulds, dips..... Cheese. Copper ore...... Flour, floe ...... - seconds .. Gum. «..«....... Gum timber ..... Hay..****.....« Hides. Horus and hoofs Lead ore.«.. Maize.......«.. Oats..... Oil, black. --sperm.* Osen. Pollard. Potatoes. Sheep, fat..**... Slates. - - slabs... Starch. Tallow*..« Wheat. Woo!, 1st quality ? 2nd quality - ia grease . Whalebone ..... ... per lb. ...per ton ,.. bushel ,.. 50 lbs. ... tierces ..... cwt. .. . bushel .... 1000 .. per lt». ... do. .. . do. do. .ton >..*? do. «... do. .emt. ? . pe.' load ,.. per ton each ...per cwt. . ......too . per bushel .. do. ... per tan ... .do. ..... each . per 201bs. ... perlón ......each . per 1000 ... per foot ... per lb. per cwt. per bushel ... per lb. ... do. ... do. ... per ton 6d 38s to 40s 2s 6.1 to 3s 6d 3s 6d £4 ]3B to 17a 7d to8d 20s to 25s 7Jto6d 61 151...

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THE ARMY. War Office, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

THE ARMY. War Office, June 26. MEMORANDUM.-Her Majesty has been gra ciously pleased to permit the undermentioned regiments to bear, in addition to any other badges or devices heretofore granted, the fol lowing distinctions, in commemoration of their services during the second campaign in A ff gb an ist an, in the year 1842, viz. : - 3d Light Dragoons ~} 1*F£ \ "Caboo.,1842.» 3 Ut Foot J 41st Foot, " Ghuznee and Cabool, 1842.** il er Majesty lias likewise been graciously pleased to (termit the 16th Lancers, the 39th, and 40th Regiments, to bear the word '* Ma harajpore," and the 9ih Lancers, the 3d and ; 50th Regiments, the word " Putiniar," in com memoration of the distinguished gallantry dis played by those corps in the actions fought at the above mentioned {daces, respectively ou the 20:li of December, 1843.

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Select-Poetry. THE SOLDIER'S WIDOW. Scene — The Field if Battle after the Fight is over. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

£ elect. $?octr». TUE SOLDIER'S WIDOW. Scene - The Field if Battle after (he Fight is over. BV JOHS MITCHELL. O! sneak ac word, roy Jamie dear I hu' it fa re w eel should l>e ; Thy voice a^ain, ah ! let i:;e hear II aye was dear to w>\ That sigh, ah ! must it be a styli How can I ease thy pain r 'Tis past! a film spreads o'er thine oye, Í ne'er will smile again. AB.1 roust thoa lie where cruel foes Have raado a wreck of th«"e? Who then shall sooth«) the mauy woes That (ate has laid on me ? îdy childi and will a father's sra ii* Ne'er p!ad thy budding years * nd tv ill his words nao mair beguile JYae aff thy cheek tho teats ? It canna bc, for os this plain Low, on a gory bier, Thy faihVr must for aye remain. To whom thou ^-ert so dear« The shades of night are fa'iug fast; My chiid! wer't not for thee, I'd lay mo 'neath its chilling blast. And wi' my Jamie die.

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RATES OF EXCHANCE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844

RATES OF EXCHANCE. Ttl BAKK OF SOUTH AVSTIALU [ Draw aa London at 2 per ceo», premium. ** Colonies at 3 per cent, premium. Purchase on London at 30 dava sight, at ona per cant, diaconat, and 1 per cent, additional for «vary thirty days beyond. THE BANK «F AUSTRALASIA Draw on London at 2 per cent premium. " Colonies at 3 p«r cent premium. Purehas« on London at 1 per cent, diirount, a od an additional I per cent, for every month beyond 30 day* cur enrv, and ¿ per cent, ir drawn or payable out of London. Purchase on the colonies at par.

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