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THURSDAY, NOV. 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
I - » THURSDAY, 3ÎCV. 28. The Court was occupied all daj, sud up to mid night, on the case ot" Rosa A. D. Hyrdess, who was charged with thc murder of her infant child. The jury acquitted her of the charge of murder, but found her guilty of concealing thc birth of th« child. She was sentenced to 15 months imprison ment. Want of room compels us to postpone the publication^ the evidence until Tuesday.
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
_.---_*w Colonial Secretary's Office, November 27,1844.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the two following Returns, relative to tbef^ Sale of Public Lands in this Province, be published for general information.-*-By his Excellency's command. A, M. MITNDY, Colonial Secretary. ¡The following Lands, being part of those advertised in the Government Gazettes of the 18th May, 1843, 11th January, 1844, 6th June, 1844¿ftnd 15th August, 1844, were sold by auction on the several dates appointed by those advertisements, and the price affixed to each respectively has been^eceived : No. of Lot. No. of Sec. 64 520 726 787 1125 1251 1252 765 1253 1254 1257 1258 1265 1266 1700 1704 1707 ¡1710 1711 1712 1713 1714 1716 1717 1718 1720* 1724 1698 5561 1043 98 2QZ 1048 879 882 5583 1633 3503 3¡£04 3426 5520 1288 5521 5533 2189 5276 5534 5540 6170 6171 1 1003 1049 1051 1053 1055 80 10 Description. Little Para. Sources of Para. District D. " C. " E. " B. " B. Junction of Sixth C...
Shipping Intelligence. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
j Sfnppmg intelligence. SAILED. Nov. 27.-The schooner Vulcan, 30 tons, Wil liams, for a whaling voyage. j Nov. 23.-The schooner Deborah, 121 tons, Wing, for Launceston. Passengers - Lieut. | Hugonin, Mr Coglin, Mrs Wing, two children, j and servant. I ARRIVED. Nov. 28.-The cutter Governor Gawler, Un derwood, from Cape Jervis with a cargo of oil.
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1844. BANKING STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
Wfyt Bovtâ) Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1644. BANKING STATISTICS. IN another column will be found the half-yearly statement of the average liabilities and "assets of the Bask of South Australia for the half-year front 26th May, 1844, co 25th November, 1844. which we have copied from the Government Gazette. ^ In May last, «re published a table,shewing the circulation, deposits, coin, and assets, of the banks in the province, as at the end of that month, in the years 1641,1842, 1843, and 1844. In 1841 the circulation was £19,579, deposin * £77,748. In 1842 the circulation was ¿13.237, and the deposits £61,993. In 1843 the circulation '. was £10,998» sad the deposits £62,882. Io «May.. « ai 1844, the circulation had risen to £11,315, and the deposits to £59,051. From the returns published by the Bank of Aus tralasia, in the Government Gazette on 17th Oct. last, and by the Bank of South Australia in. yes terday's Gaaette, it appeals that the respective amounts for the las...
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. November 2, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
j SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. November 2, 184-4. 8 Sro BT« . Otu. £ s. d. Sperm (firm). . . . £53 to 64 0 0 Black (casks tobe returned) . . 23 0 0 Linseed, in wood. . . 4s 9d to 0 6 0 ia cane. . » 6s 3d to O 5 o Hides, each.7B IO 0 8 6 Tallow, per ton, (firm). £23 to 28 0 0 Mess Beef, ic tierce . 2 10 0 Horns and Tips, per 123 . .10s to 0 15 0 Soe p. per ten. . . . £'2& to 26 0 O Candles, per ib . . . . 3d to 0 O 4 COLONIAL TOBACCO. . . . ls to 0 19 WHEAT. . . . . . 3a 61 «o 0 S 8 ^Nour, 1st .per ton. . . . £9 ti 10 0 0 2nd " . . . £8 to 0 0 0 3rd «« .... Nene. COLONIAL REFINED SÜOABS. Fine loaves(large Etock on hand) per lb . 0 0 4} Titîers. . . . . " . , Noaa. Crashed lump, per cwt. . '. -, . 1 IC 0 Piecjts (very fine), per cwt . . 1 13 0 Ditto fine, per cwt. . . . .18 0 Molasses, per toa. . . . . 22 0 0 i uro RT*. TEAS. Hyson skin, best brands. . . " ovhei brand». . . £S 15a to 4 4 0 Congou, per chest. . . . .5100 Pekoe, per half-chest . . . 2 15 0 Gunpowder, per boi . . . . 1 ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
MISCELLANEOUS. AN ORIENTAL ANECDOTE.-An Arab intro doced himself by creeping on all fours, like a quadruped, into a te ist in which one of the ßevs was reposing, carrying off his clothes and arms, with which he attired himself. - The robber j quitted thc lent very early in the morntHg, and, j assuming the manner and carriage of the chief j whom he h;id left asleep, so imposed upon his j attendants hy his appearance*, that they led forth j their mas:er*s i;^r-e, which the Arab mounted J ami rodewíí vi i tho ui creating suspicion. An hour ! afterwards îhn servants were thunderstruck at heating the voice of the Bey, proceeding from tue teut, calling for assistance. The latter was still more astotiÍM¡ecí than his servatiSs ; the bold ness ind adroitness of the thief appeared lo him totaily incomprehensible. After several weeks spent in fruitless endeavours to discover the de htiq«:et¿t, the Bey announced a free pardon to whomsoever would acknowledge in what manlier his erins had been re...
POLICE COURT.—GUERNSEY. Complaint of the Parish Officers of Torteval against the Rector, the Rev. Daniel Dobree. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
POLICE COURT.-GUERNSEY. Complaint of the Parish Officers of Torteval] against the Rector, the Rev. Daniel Dobrée. j Je ch»n'e les comba'«, et ce Piètre terrible. Qui, par ses braves travaux, et sa loree invincible, bur une modeste Eg'ise exerçtut son grand cetur. Ai racha ia bc! e aux atoches de ses muri.-Lutrin, HISTORY informs us that the giant Garagatitua stole the bells from the Cathedral of Noire Dame de Paris, and, putting them into his j breeches pocket, feloniously converted them to Iiis own use and pleasure ; heartlessly resisting the prayers and tears of the doctors of the Sor bonne for their restitution ; but we know nothing which deserves to be placed on a parallel with the receut exploits of the Reverend Daniel of Torteval. This cetittemau, who represents in his person the incarnation of Toryism and the High Church militant here in Guernsey, and who, as is rea sonable, i& eve. r ady "--to prove his doctrine orthodox i By Apostolic blows and knock«," \ not having...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
THE FOÜSDRIE3.- In no department of industry lins a greater advance been made of lite in this colony, than in casting metals and constructing machinery. Il would appear, that there are not rainy machines nu ade in Britain which are beyond the reach of our engineers. Th« fe rt-marks are called f »nh by a recent effort by Mr Wyatt, Grenfell-street, being no less than the construc tion of a four-horse power marine steam miine, which we had the pleasure of examining yesterday morning, ft is intended for a flour mill, winch is now ru the cv>ur?e of erection hy Stephen Kine. Esq., in Gawler Town-opposite Miss Cullan's inn. The r-oi!er, fly whpf I. and all the castings of this engine, both in bras« and iron, have been made in the cohny by Mr Wyatt, and are esteemed quite enu^l to the work done at home. This, indeed, cannot bc de* raid surprising, as Mr Wyatt wa«, for fourteen years, minuter of Meesri Cottám and ll a liam's extensive works iu Londun, where .Dr. Kent's super«or..steam enc...
SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, NOV. 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, HOV. 26. THE Supreme Court sat this morning as a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol delivery, at the Supreme Court House, Wey moutfa-street. The Judge took his seat on the Bench at a little after 10 o'clock, the Grand Jury having been previously sworn. The Grand Jury con sisted of the following gentlemen : Joseph Johnson, Esq., Foreman. A. L. Elder Joseph Mann Francis H. Dutton Lachlan M'Farlane John Finniss Duncan M'Farlane B. M. Dacosta Samuel Payne R. L. Hall Wm. Pinkerton R. F. MacGeorge Chas. Gooch M. Featherstone G. S. Kingston C. E. For tn um A. W. Grant, and i C. Beck, Esquires. His Honor then addressed them in nearly the following terms : Gentlemen of the Grand Jury-The number of eases for your consideration on this occasion will be ten, 1 believe, in which fifteen persons are involved. With one exception, the cases are not of such a character as to call fer any par ticular observation. The exception to which I allude is that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
Sales im auction. CHOXOB A HD WSZ.Ii BRED LOT OP CATTLE. "MESSRS LAMBERT & SONT will sell by public auction, at their extensive stock-yards, (in Hindley-street, this day, 29th November, at 12 o'clock . 50 head of well bred heifers, steer*, cows in calf and with calves, all exceedingly well bred, and in the best condition. The above sale of stock is weil worthy the atten tion of country settlers desirous of adding to their stock. AFTER THE CATTLE SALE, The following extensive assortment of goods per recent arrivals 500 bushels finest oats in the colony 3 rolls sheet lead, 4, 5, aud 6 lbs. Green tea, flour, soap Carpenters' tools, stocks and bitts, nails, &c. Saltpetre Valuable gold watch, DRAPERY« Rich parasols in variety, prints, black silk hand kerchiefs, gros de Naples, satin, rich cbenie scarfs and shawls, lutestring, white kid gloves, white and colored drills. Wellington boots, bush pipes, and a great as sortment of fashionable and elegant goods in general demand...
MAILS. General Post-office, 29th Nov. 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
MAILS. j I General Post-oflice, 29th Nov. 1844. IMails for Great Britain wilt be despatched to-morrow, Saturday, the 30th instant, at three j o'clock, by the Joseph Albino, to London. Mails for Port Lincoln will be despatched on ' Saturday, the 30th instant, by the Governor I Ga io Ur. CHARLES H. WATTS, For the Postmaster-General.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to November 23.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
j WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (CoTTtctid up to November Î.2.) IMPORTED GOODS. Ale, light ...*..«*..'...«...per hhd -- strong ...............per barrel ? bottled.. «perdozen Almends, shell...per tb. -- soft, ................ do. Allspice .... ó*° Arrowroot.do. Bacon . do Bags, 3-bushel ..each Blanke» .Per Pair Blue.-.per !b. Candles,wax ........... .... do. -sperm. do. - moulds ................... do. Canvas.«.«-per bolt Casks.............pertun Cassia..........per lb. Cedar, in log..........per fool - inboards................ do. Cigars, in bond ..per I GOO Cloves .... ..«..........«....per lb. Coals ......................perton Coffee, Java.,,......per lb. -Brazil. do. Copper, sheathing .............. do. -Nails .................... do. Cordage, English..per cwt. - Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate ...........per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ...... ..per cw*. Currants.....per lb. Deals, 9 by 3...per foot -il by 3. do. Figs.....per lb. Ginger, white ................ do. -brown ..............
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
" &outö Rastrallan" GENEKAI. P-R-OJMTDIM© E§TÂ©MSH!RÂSMT. rp H E Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the-letter-press printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing bas always given the greatest satisfaction, and he cati point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the colony. 7 The motto of this Office àhall be Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch" Printing Office, : ) Rundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. \ The proprietor of this journal, on investigating various matters connected with his recent purchase, finds that he will be able to make some changes, which, he thinks, will be advantageous both to him- j self and to the public. In (lie first place, the system of advertising may, in his opinion, be much improved, and made more consonant with the principles now universally adopted at home in the management of newspapers, and he proposes to make changes as fallows:-In pl»cè of chargi...
THE NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
THE NAVY. As considerable changes have taken place in the Royal Navy within these few years past, especially those arising from the introduction and use of steam power, and as no doubt many more will be progressively effected, so as greatly &nbsp; to alter the nominal strength of our fleets, whilst in fact the efficiency of our naval defences is much increased, it perhaps may not be amiss to take a brief view of the rise and progress of this powerful arm, that in a great measure has sustained, and must still maintain, the exalted position which Great Britain holds in the scale of nations. To form any very correct statement of the naval armament of England, when can- non were first mounted, would now be an ex- tremely difficult, if not an impracticable task. Henry the Seventh was the first monarch who possessed what might truly be called national &nbsp; &nbsp; vessels, and his successors, Henry the Eighth and Elizabeth, foreseeing that much of Eng- land's supr...
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 29 November 1844
I WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. The Court sat this morning at half-past nine. Ihomas Marshall otherwise Thomas Wood was placed at the bar, charged with housebreaking on the 20th October last. For the prosecution appeared the Advocate General-for the defence, Messrs. Fisher and Poulden. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The witnesses in this case not having come for ward, James Jettelt was charged with stealing a pair of steelyards and a weight, the properly of James Cossins, at Adelaide, on the 2nd July. The witnesses not appearing in this case either, Joseph Finch was then brought up, charged with stealing a cheque, value £6 5s., the property of S. Smart and F. Bayne, at Adelaide, on the 15th November. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. By this time, the witnesses in the other cases having appeared, Themas Marshall or Wood was again placed at the bar, and the trial was proceeded with. The Advocate General, on behalf of the Crown, called the following witness : James Allen, druggist, Hindley...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 December 1844
Saleö bi? auction. To«Morrowr, CORNER STEPHENS-PLACE. 21 new oases with remainder of last sale, and the valuable Books, nar *' noss ET." J. B. NEALES, Auctioneer. To Builders, Carpenters, and Others. J B. N EALES will sell at the Auction Mart * on Thursday - Double and single French doors and casements Elegant cottage and villa windows Mouldings nil sizes and patterns 33 very superior cut deals, £ to 1| hieb 8 logs of useful sized cedar 81 kegs of nails, ail sizes and montea 1 case of sundries, Ironware 41 best patent and other sythes AFTER WHICH, Drapery, Hosiery, Tea, Shoes, Ironmongery, Corks, W nie, Porter, Vinegar, &lt;Src, AND 100 bags of Van Diemeo's Land Browu's River Potatoes. OBXCrUTAXi HORSE 8AX.B OB SAE&A3, ESTABLISHED 1838, And continued ever since. "D NEALES will continue as usual his origi nal sales every Saturday and Monday. ADVANCES MADE WITHOUT ANY CHARGE. TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. »EN TH A M NEALES will sell an immense vaiiety of goods On Saturday nex...
IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 December 1844
IMMIGRATION, THE rush of people from the other settlements to this, colony is as extt ordinary as it is gratifying1.. From Auckland, the John Pirie has brought twenty six emigrants of a superior description. From Launceston, we have had by the, Alpha and Opos sum, 32 passengers. From Sydney, by the Dorset and Emma, upwards of 20. By the Governor Gawler, from Portland, 13 ; and by the Deborah and Bandicoot, 23, BO that, within the last fort night, an accession to our number by sea alone baa" been received of 114 persons, besides an immense number overland, by way of the Murray River, ff it is true, as a general maxim, that labor will find its level, these circumstances shew the deficiency , here, and the very demand proves that an extensive I fieUT/exists in this province for the application bf j botlr labor and capital. The newspapers of the other colonies mention, that communications had been received from parties who had arrived in former vessels, stating that they had all been im...