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A BIT O'SLY COORTEN.—JOHN AND FANNY. JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 December 1844

A BTT O' SLY COORTEN.-JOHN AND FANNY. JOHN. Now Fanny, 'tis too bad, ya teeazèn maid ; How Hate ya be adorne. Wher have ye stây'd f How long ya have a-miade me wait about ! I {¿ought ya werden gwâin to come agen I had a mind to goo back huome agen. This idden when ya promised to come out. Now, 'tidden any use to miake a row. Var 'pon my word I cooden come till now. I ben a-kept in al the dae, by mother, At work about oon little job an* t'other. ^ If you da want to goo, though, don't ye stay [Var I a minute longer, I da pray. JOHN. I tôought ya mid be out wi' Jemmy Bliake. FANNY. Why should I be wi* he, var goodness' sake ? JOHN. Va waalt'd o' Zunday evemen wi'n d'ye know. Va went vrom church a-hitch'd up in his yarm. FANNY. Well, if I did, that werden any harm ; Lauk ! that is zome'hat to tiake notice o'. JOHN. *E took ye roun" the middle at the stile, An' kiss'd ye twice 'ithin the half a mile, TANNY. 'Ees, at the stile, bekiase I shonden val, 'E took me hold to -help me down, that...

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIA AND RUSSIA'S BEAR. [FROM PUNCH, JULY 15.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 December 1844

RUSSIA AND RUSSIA'S BEAR. [FBOV PUNCH, JOLY 15.] DOUBTLESS it is known that the Emperor of Russia visited the Zoological Gardens in the Park, j Tt is equally well known that he has an extraor- j dinary memory of persons whom he has once seen. Thus, the Emperor, looking down into the bear s pit, immediately recognised a brown bear that, in its cubhood, he had seen at St. Petersburgh ; and, strange to add, the bear as readily knew the Em- peror. Hastily climbing to the top of the pole, the sagacious beast began to growl the very purest Russian, and was answered in its native Bounds by Nicholas. The following may be depended upon as a faith- ful translation of the colloquy : - Bear.-Bless my heart ! What, Nicholas ! Is it really you ? Emperor.-What,-you remember me ? Bear.-Remember you ! What bear, with a liking for blood, could ever forget you? Ha, sire ! this, after all, is a sorry country. Emperor.-Why, you look 6leek and fat. Bear.- But wliai fat! Tve very little of my i natural vi...

Publication Title: South Australian
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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 December 1844

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. Tuesday, Dee. 24. This morning. WILLIAM SMITH, CHARLES ED- MUND PRITT, and CHARLES SPRATT, were brought up before the Commissioner, charged with having murdered a native man and woman at Mount Bryan, in the month of July last. The prisoners were severally in the employ of Mr Hal- lett at the time the sheep were stolen from Mr Halletts station, for which, it may be remembered, a native youth was tried at the last sessions, and it was a murder alleged to have been committed during the affray then alluded to, that the prisonesrs were now accused. The only witness adduced this day was a native man, named Pari Kudmitya, who was examined on his affirmation, under the recent act of council for admitting native testimony. His statement was rather long and unconnected, but the following is an outline of what he stated :-He was at Wor tapps, along with a number of other natives, on the second morning after the sheep were taken from Mr Hallett's, when the prisoners...

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Thursday. Dec. 28 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 27 December 1844

Thursday. Dec. 28, This morning, HELEN ALLEN, from the Dry Creek, was charged with being drunk on Christmas Eve. She admitted the soft impeachment, and was thereupon requested to contribute 5s. towards the revenues of the colony. She having pleaded inability to pay, was allowed a week to pro- duce the needful. THOMAS HENDERSON, who appeared with his left eye so adorned, as to leave no doubt that he had been engaged in the " noble art " of self-defence, JOHN MURPHY, JOSEPH COGLIN, and one or two others, also admitted that they had indulged rather too freely in their libations on Christmas Day, and were directed to pay 5s. each. JAMES DOUGLASS, remanded on a charge of rape, was again brought up this morning, in order that bis counsel might hare an opportunity of cross examining the witnesses. Mrs Grant was crass examined at considerable length by Mr Poulden, but her evidence was unfit for publication. The prisoner was again remanded, on the plea that he had evidence to produce in defe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

Saies ft? Suction. Four very valuable Mares, Horses, 8fc, ihis day, the last of the year. JOHN BENTHAM NKALES has been specially instructed to offer, in his stock- yards, King William-street, as above. Lot i.-A superb bay mare, 6 years o'd, with ! filly foal by her side, got by the cele- j bratedhorse " Cordova." j LotS.-Very handsome chestnut cob, rising 4 j years, and one of the best in the pro. vince. Lot 3.-A fine bay colt, 2 years, handled Lot 4.-A stately yearling:, entire, out of the mare, by the Australian Company's horse " Waldrus"-see stud-book. Immediately after the Horse Sale, Saxon Rans and Ewes, with their produce carefully preserved and warranted pure. The original stock was imported in the Ka- thrine, and cost 25 guineas each, besides charges. Attention to this lot is earnestly requested. ALSO, 20 Fine Cows, and 30 fat Pig«. npHE FURNITURE, &c, of LBWIS GILLS«, Esq., going to England, will be submitted to public sale, by J. B. NEALES, on Wednesday «fan. the 8...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

Shipping intelligence. ARRIVED. DECEMBER 27.-The ship Brankenmoor, 402 loos, Carr, from Loadoo. Passengers-Mesar» Gonion and Son, A. Trimmer, Jecks, and Capt. Le Hair, in the cabin ; and Mr Colville, Miss Arthur, aud Mr Balio', io the inter- mediate. SAILED. December 28.-Th« cutter Alpha, 35 toas, Marti», far Launceston. Passengers-W. Formby, Esq., and W. Pater- son. Cargo-1 bbd. Geneva.

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NEWS PER "BRANKENMOOR." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

NEWS PER " BRANKENMOOR." THE intelligence brought by this vessel reaches to the 7th September, and is both interesting and important. The Lightning, with Mr Bunce on board, had sailed on the 16th August, and may therefore be daily expected. That vessel had taken the mails between the middle of July and that date which are now wanting, but fortunately we are in pos- ; session of news to the 12th August by way of the j other colonies. | By Hardy's Shipping List of 28th August, it appears that the William Wise, to sail 7th Sept., was to call here on her way to Port Phillip, and we learn that the Sans Pareille was again laid on at Leith, to sail on the 25th September. Hie Government were negotiating for shipping to carry out 150 miners. They may be expected in the course of next month. Prom the various prices current, and from pri- vate letters, it appears that the prices realised for South Australian produce were as follows : 2361 cwts. copper ores were sold at Swansea on 28th August, ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

IMPORTS. Cargo of the Brankenmaor, front London-3i eales candle«, 1 bale slops, 20 casks win«, 50 tins turpentine, 2 casks, 2 bundles, Heap fie Grice ; I ca*e, McLeod ; 2 millstones, I ironwire plate, 42 bars iron, 2 bales. 50 hhds., H. W. Phillips ; I cask, 11 casas wine, 5 tierces tobacco, 49 casks beer, 30 hhds. do., 3 cases, 80 tins, IO casks, I bale, 16 casts wine, 22 casks do., 20 cases bran iy. Order ; 6 carrotells currants, 1 case, 8 casks wine, 5 cask« brandy. 4 pockets bops, 3 tierces tobacco, 5 hhds. ram, J. & T. Waterhouse ; 1 case. Capt. Grey ; I case, Penoyfeatber ; I case, Baker ; 1 case, Scott ; 1 case, Kirby ; I case. Watson ; 1 i bales, 2 boxes, 13 casks. Elder j 2 bales. Johnstone; 1 hud., 4 cases, 7 bales, Macgeorge: 2 cases. Phillips; 4 bales, 3 cases, Colville; 2 casks, Order ; I cai«. Dawson ; I bale, Foreman ; 6 casen, Ciagie ; 9 casks, Blyth Brothers ; 2 bales. Baker ; I eas«. Peu oseta ; 2 coils rope, 106 bars and bundles iron, 2 aile trees, 12 box*...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

J Che ^outl) Australian. ArmtAtDB: TUESDAY. DBCEVBKK 31. 1644. WHILE the proprietor has the honor, at the con usion of another year, to convey to his sub- scribers au«! advertisers the usual compliments of the season, and to wish them a happy new year, lie begs to remind them that this day terminates the quarter. By an arrangement with tire previous proprietor, all unpaid sub- scriptions for tho i»a't quarter, both for the Go- vernment Gazette, and for this journal, are pay- able to the present proprietor. The subscribers to the newspaper will be charged at the re- duced price from the lime the reduction took place ; and he i-arnestly (rusts that they will promptly pay the very moderate amount which is tiow charged. One great means of supporting a newspaper, perhaps the most important of all is, that of punctuality in payments of the smalt j amounts w¡itch are individually dae, and upon I thal he trusts he may more than ever calculate. I "The Somit Australian" is now published at j ...

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Colonial Markcts. SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

Colonial iHaritctß. | i ¡ SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER 30. Wheat, 3s 6d per bushel ; fine flour, 9s 6d per hundred ; second ditto, 8s ditto ; No. 1 biscuit, per cwt. 17s ; No. 2 ditto, ditto, 14s ; bread, the 2 lb. loaf, 2£d ; bran, lOd to ls per bushel ; maize, ls 2d to ls 6d per bushel, retail; oats, 2s 4d to 2s 6à per bushel, retail ; barley, 2s 4d to 2s 6d per bushel ; hay, wholesale price, £2 to £3 per ton ; retail prices, from 3s to 3s 3d per cwt. ; the average price is 2s 9d per cwt ; sugar, £23 ; tea, £4 to £4 £5.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-DECEMBER 7. Potatoes, whole-ale, ls per cwt.; retail 1*6 I to ls9d ; cauliflowers, ld to 2d each; cabbage, ditto; new potatoes, ld per ib.; peas, 2d per quart; heans, id ditto; lettuce, ld each ; rad dishes, ld per bunch; thubaib, 3d per bundle ; asparagus, 4d to 6d per bunch ; onions, ld per bunch; green goo^ebenies.Gd per quart; orange«, 2s per dozen ; apples, ls per lb.; lemons,2s per dozen ; cherries, ls 4d por lb. ; s% a»berries, is 6d per ditto; turnips, ld per bunch ; cai rois, 14 per «fitto , watercress, 2d per ditto ; beet root, 2d to 3d each ; fl .avers, 3d to Gd per bunch. Geese, 10s to 16$ per couple; turkeys, 12s to 18-* ditto ; ducks, 4s to 5* ditto ; fotvU, 3sso 3s 6d ditto; rabbits, 3s to 4s ditto; duck eggs, 8d to ls per dozen ; hen e?gs, 6 J to 8d di ¡to.

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Wheat-The market continues overstocked from Van Diemen's Land, causing a decline in price, and a difficulty in effecting sales. Flour continues without any alteration iu the prices. Maize-Large quantities have arrived during the week, the very best samples only realizing 1 s per bushel ; many inferior samples are only fetch ign 9d. English Barley.-A few lots have lately arrived which have been sold at 2s 9d per bushel ; but the brewers have declined purchasing for the prer sent, not considering the samples sufficiently dry for storing. Cape Barley continues without any deviation. ', Hay still continues on the decline in price, but good hay will sell. The market is completely glutted with inferior samples. Bacon and Hams, of snjperior qualities, are sale- able and in demand. ! Butter continues to decline» and (he quality must ! be very good to realize 7d per IK Cheese, of the better kind, is in demand, and will I sell readily, but no deviation hi pr...

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STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

STATE OF TRADE. For the fellowing we are indebted to t he monthly circular of Messrs M'Nair,. Greenhow, and Irving : Manchester, August 31, 1844. For the well bein JJ ufa!', either directly or in- directly interested, it is unquestionably essential,, we tepeaf, that goods should assn ne something approaching to a steady standard value. To a reasonable and progressive rise no one could nor would object ; but in sudden and uncalled-for fluctuations few could approve, save those occa- sionally operating for speculative purposes. Neither'the merchant nor the mano-factuter can possibly be ultimately benefited, except by a. freedom fron such state of things. The excitement, attended by an important ad- vance upon some of the staple articles,so general at the date of our last ciicular, is passing away« and the good*; in question, as you will leard from the details, are receding fast to the rates current previous to the last movement Oar conviction, some time ago expressed, that high prices...

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IRISH STATE TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

IRISH STATE TRIALS. HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, SEPT. 2. - This morning the most intense interest in thc neigh- bourhood of Westminster was excited, from its having become publicly known that the learned Judges would give their decision upon the objec- tions under the Writ of Error, issued at the instance of Mr O'Connell and the other traversers, connected with the late State Trials in Ireland. At a few minutes to len o'clock the learned Judges arrived. The Lord Chancellor arrived at nearly the same lime, and on entering the House, was wann ly greeted by H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, who was prosent throughout the proceedings. The judges arrived in the following order, viz., the Lord Chief Baron, Sir Frederick Pollock, the Lord Chief Justice, Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal, Baron Parke, Mr Justice Patteson, Air Baron ' Alderson, Mr Baron Gurney, Mr Justice Wight- \ man, Mr Justice Williams, and Mr Justice Colt man. Tlie counsel for the différent traversers were also present. The Lord Cha...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

PHASES OF THE MOON. Lait Quarter-2nd January, 35 minutes past midnight. New Ri «on-Sib January, 96 minutes past 4, afternoon. First Quarter-15th January. 4 minutes past 6, evening. Full Moon-23rd January, 34 minute» past ll at night. THE SUN Risas (January 1), 53 minutes past 4-sata ? minutes past 7 ???«???^????HnBBaaassanaMMaaHSBaM

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

I .SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING COMPANY- j THB Mining Company, which has been long talked of, has at last assumed, a form, as will be seen by the following extracts from the prospectus, which : has been published by the projectors. We have not heard what progress has been made in the formation of the Company, but we observe that the principal facts upon which the proposal proceeds are furnished by the newspapers. These they will find to be in general perfectly accurate, and we i hope that henceforth people will pay more respect to the influence and authority of the newspaper press : It has been ascertained, beyond dcubt, that Sooth Aus- tralia abounds in mineral riches, lead and copper, and otb.ec ore, having been discovered there in large quan- tities Mining operations, upon a small scale, have been com- j menced upon portions of the mineral district, by private individuals, and specimens of ore have been sent to this country. The colonists of South Australia, however, ? have been unabl...

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HOABRTON MARKETS.—NOV. 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

HGABRTON MARKETS. -NOV. 19. WHEAT, 3* 3d to 3s 9d per bushel ; oat«, I« lui to le Id. per bushel ; I.arie j (Catie), 2s 3d ; do. (Ent>lu>b)( 3s io 3« 6d ; tares, 12i per bushel ; bay, £S to £3 Ss per l«o ; ditto pressed £>A per ditto; straw, ¿115a to JEÔ ; gr««««etd, 42« per bushel. * ' Flour, 1st quality, £10 per ton - ditto, 2nd dido, £9 dino: bran, Bd per bushel ; pollard, la ditto. Port Arthur-co»l« 9s to 10« p>r ton; Sydney diu», djtto; she-oak. Cs 6d per ton; Gum SK to 6s. Potatoes, £\ to Xl Ss per lon ; cabbages, pT ditto, lc | cauliflowers, 2s to 2» 6d per dosen; carrots, per cwt. 3* egg». 6d per dozen j fowls, ls ?d to 2s couple ; decke, 2K 6d per ditto ; geese, 4s each ; tarier«, 5« each ; bitter ifC.u, per lb. ls 2d to ls ; apples, 7s to 10s p r bushel. Shingles (per thousand), 5s to 7s ; «tra timber, 5s to Ci per'100 feet ; posts and, rails,2le to «6« f pa'ttg, 4j t* gf din»; - ' ?i. -J r*?

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SECOND RACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

I SECOND BACK. I The Produce Stakes, of Two Guineas each, with £40 added ; once roond and a distance ; mares and geld togs allowed 3 lbs. ; the winner to pay Five Guineas to the Fund : yrs. st. lbs. Hr Robinson's g. c. Mehemet Ali, by Ab- dallah..'..... 5 9 8 Hr Metcalf e's g. c. Skyrocket, by ditto.. .3 8 4 Mr C. Campbell's g. f. Tomboy, by ditto. 3 8 4 Mr Harriott's c. f. Cinderella, by Black Jack. 3 8 4 Hr Fisher's c. f. The Kitten, by ditto.... 3 8*4 Hr J. Morphetts g. c. Albert, by Actaron., 4 9 0

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

SOUTHSAÜSTRALIAN PRODUCE. EXTRACT of a latter from Mr John Adamson, a merchant io London : * "Our trade is better tlUn it has been for years, money very abundant,-and if we get in our harrest, as we have now the prospect of dewg¡ the present range of prices will hold for some time. There was aydecided ira. provment in the last wools, bath as respects getting up, and in many cases as respectsjquality ; and Sydney and Port Phillip flocks were improved, being mnch more free than formerly from burr, grass seed, &c. The Cape wool embraced some fine flocks. 'lhere were three prize bales : one gained the gold cup at the prize show, and sold here at 2s 10; the others, at 2a 5d, and 2s 3d respectively. Our next sale will occur towards the end of September, WhHe these last sales were in progress, 1 OyOOO bales arrived, and were held over for the next thus we shall have another large sale in September. The East London's wool-260 bales-will then be sold. Her bark is discharged, and I be...

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Copy of Letter from the Under Secretary for the Colonies to Mr. Yonye. Downing-street, 22nd Jan., 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

.Copy,of Letter from the Under Secretary for the Colonies to Mr. Tonye. Downing-atreet, 22nd Jan., 1844. iSir,-With référence to your letter of the 6th instant, celátire to a proposed company to be called " The Sooth Awtmlian Mining Company/' I am directed by Lord Stanley, to acquaint yoe Chat in the event of sucha com- pany being formed, and depositing money in this country I for the purchase of land, in conformity with the provi- sions of the Australian Land Act, they would be per j mitted to nominate miners for free passage to the colony, .provided the emigrante so named were in other respects Eligible under the established regulations, of which a '<*pyia enclosed. I am to add that, according to official reiWns from South Australia, upwards of 300,000 acres of latnd appear to be already surveyed and open for se- lection^ and that the existing law and practice are snch as to ta$ce every security against unnecessary delay in the surveys ; but that it would not be possibl...

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