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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to December 21.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Correct.td vp to December 21.) lUtPORTED GOODS, Ale, light.-.perhhd -strong........per barrel -bottled...per dozen Almonds, suell... ......... ...-per lb. -soft, ..........«....<.... do. Arrowroot.......... do. Bacon .«.-*...».. do. Bags, 3-bushel. .each Blankets. ....per pair Blue...per lb. Candles, wax ........... .... do. --sperm ........ do. -moulds .................. do. Canvas..........per bolt Casks....per tun Gassia .............. ........per lb. Cedar, in log......... per foot --inboards. do. Cigars, in bond ....... .per 1000 Cloves. .........per lb. Coals... -.per ton Coffee.per lb. -Brazil. do. Copper, sheathing .... >....do. -Nails.......... .......... do.' Cordage, English ............ per cwt. -Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate ....... .... per lb. Crystals of Soda .... .........per cwt. Currants.....«V.per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.».per foot -il by 3.".. do. Figs............per lb. Ginger, Jamaica ....... -... do. -E. I.do. Glass, 10 b...

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

STOCK MARKET. Cattle-O« Monday last, Messrs Bear & Son disposed of by public auction, I()0 ht-ad ot mixed cattle, consisting of cows and he"fera, ii - and with calf, yearling heifers, and steers, ami two and three-year old lean steers ; the lot aver aged 30s each. Yesterday, (he same aiicimfu eers sold another (ut of about sixty head < f the same description of cattle, but ruiVriot io quality; the average was 27s each ; the market hah bet» much glutted of late with this desctipiion of stock, upwards of one thousand bead havirg passed through their hands within the fast mouth. Yesterday, the same auctioneers disposed of a small lot of fat cattle, vi hielt aveiagrd fi om 7* (3d to 8s per lOOIbs. *A lew leams*of workeis disposed of dui tug the wetk, at from £r> to £tí per pair according lo quality. Sheep-Wethers are still scarce and t» de- mand. Messrs Bear & Sou .sold a suiaJI lot yesterday, of very inferior ones, at.5s 3d each, shorn. Horses-The same auc...

Publication Title: South Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Copy of Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Gawler to Mr. John Yonge. January 33th, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

.Copy of Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Gawler to Mr. John Yonne. January 33th, 1844. Sh*,-I reply with pleasure to your letter of the 27th inst. In so doing I am bound in duty to premise that, according at least to the information I possess on the general subject, mining operations in most countries are attended with great risks. With this cautionary notice, I would offer for the in- formation of "the parries whom you describe as being dis- posed to form a South Anssralian Mining Company, that I believe South Australia to be a very promising mineral district. It abounds, I think, in good, probably ia excellent, iron ores. Good argentiferous lead ore exists probably in large ^quantities. There are veins of gold ore about as good aa those in the Uralian range, which the Russians work lo advantage. j When I left the colony, copper' had been discovered, bat not in large quantities : I consider it, however, very possible that the reports which have since come to Eng. land of its existen...

Publication Title: South Australian
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FRENCH AGGRESSION DISCLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

FRENCH AGGRESSION DISCLAIMED. It will be seen by the following important de- claration contained io the Journal des Débats, the recognised organ of the French government, that the occupation of the island of Mogadore, by the forces under the command of the Prince de Joinvilie, is only a temporary measure for the purposes of the campaign. Nothing can be more distinct and explicit than the disclaimer, on the part of France, of an intention to retain possession of Mogadore, or of any other portion of the Morocco territory : - I " We have highly blamed (says the Débats) the insulting and provoking langnage of certain English newspapers, and we must equally con- demn such of our own journals as seem to take pleasure in crying out for war. The government has ueclared in the most solemn manner that, in repelling an unjust aggression, France did not intend to make a conquest of Morocco, and form permanent establishments in the country. This declaration has all Europe for its witness, and ou...

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Select Poetrp. KINDRED SYMPATHIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

_¿fleet poetry - KINDRED SYMPATHIES. O, never let me live to see That day of doom and misery. When friends aud brothers, one by one, Down to the silent grave are gone ; But let my lot with their's be twined lu life, io death, with their's combined. No, never, Death ! let thy rude haud Untie affection's golden band. Tn life there is an altar bright A shrine where kindred hearts unite ; Why should the pangs of death remove One feeling from undying love ? ' In heaven, methiuks, a flame more pure - To affection's light-will aye endure; A smiling stranger to decay. Beaming when earth is passed away. Then truly blessed be this creed, 4nd cherished love were sweet indeed ; To feel, to deem its generous flame Will long outlast this mortal frame I To know that loves contracted here Pass onward to another sphere, Arising like the flowers of earth That in the dust receive their birth. * F.*

Publication Title: South Australian
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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

PILOTAGE RATES. Every voatel drawing 7 feat and ander. 9 0 0 " '* 8 feet to0 feet ...<,.... 3 10 0 " " 0 fort to 10 leer..* 4 0 0 And to OB, ineraating IDs for every additional foot.

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting rtuala «ad«i 16 toai ld ptr tan oatwtrct, and Í* Id inwards. All other »«Mela 3d por ton «aeb waj. Vessels nnehoriog oattida th« bar. half dvee.

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE December 30, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE DteêmberZO, 1844. Wheat ... 2» öd to Sa por buahel Floor, fine. £9 per ton eeeonds. £7 10» per ditto Pollard . lOd per 20lb« Bran ..". 6<l to 9d nor boiboi Bar'ey, English......... . 3a 3d to 3s 6d ditto Cape.%. la 9d to2s Gd ditto Skinless............ Sa Od ditto Broad. 5d per 4-Ib loaf Biicuit. 10a to 1 So per cwt Oats . 2s9dto 3s por basho! Moise. Ss to 3s Sd ditto Peas, whits. 3d per lb bloo .................... 4d ditto Hay........... £2 1 Os per ton Oaten ditto.». £2 to £2 10s ditto BUTCBEB'S MEAT. Boof.,. 3_dto4dperlb Mutton . 2{d to 3d ditto Yeal and pork. 4d lo 6d ditto Lamb ............ ld to 4d ditto PuOLTBT. Fowls. Ss to 2s 6d par pair Ducks. Ss to 4s por pair Geese. 4s lo Ts ««eh Turkey«. 7« lo ]0s oscb Wild docks ..... 1« per pair Pigeons ....................... la 6d per pair DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, fresh . Rd to 9d per lb Cheeto. 6<i to 9d per lb Milk ...... 4d per quart , j Eggs . 81 per dozen I CATTLE, ETC...

Publication Title: South Australian
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LATEST DATES FROM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

LATEST DATES FROM* Britain (direct)... Sept. 7 America..........^.i. ........ August 2* Cape of Good Hope.. September 7 Mauritius. August 12 East Indies. August China....September 1 Singapore. September 12 Sydney..November 30 New Zealand. October 6 Port Phillip.December 10 Van Diemen'e Land. November 80 Swan River. October 6 Portland Bay.December 14

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. ALBATROSS (cotter), IS tons, D«j!e, mailer, fh»ro Port I inooln. BLRNG (barque), 250 tons, Hugh Stewart, master; in the stream, loading for Liverpool. W'. Younghusband, agi-nt. GOVERNOR GAWLER, (schooner), 15 fons, Under- wood, roaster; aboa* to sail for Portland Bay. HAWK (sohoonei), 111 tona. Brown, mt stet i at the j Qaeen's Wharf, discharging. K. L. Mon'efiore, agent. ! JOHN HEYES (barque), 350 tons, G. W. Woodward,: master ; at tbs M'Laien Wharf, loading for London. . G. ' Young, agent. . I JOHN PIRIE (dchconei), 106 tone, at the M'Lartn Wharf ; refitting., Häsen & On., agents. J PRINCK ALBERT (brig), 280 tons Craib, master; at: th« M4 Laren Wlurf ; loading tot Landon. Hegen j and Co., agi-nts. RESOURCE (cutter), IS tons, Thompson, master ; from j Kangaroo Island. ' VA RE (bric), JO ton«, Harding. mas'er ; at th* M «Laren \ Wharf; loading for London. Ilageu ami ('e., ag«nts. I BB ANKEN M CO ll (chip), 400 tons, Cair, master ; dis. ' charging cargo fi...

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

FOURTH RACE. 1 The Hack Stakes foi untrained horses ; One Guinea en- trance, with £15 added ; beats-once round anda dis- tance ; the winner to pay Two Guineas to the Fund ; rost entrance; catch weights.

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

FREIGHTS. j To Looroo tao* Literpool, Wool, pct Ib.... l|<{ lo I f.I - Oil, par ion. 4 IO u Bark. 4 IO O I Olber foodi>".... 4 to £4 10 ; To Ilob*rt Town, por ton......Sis to i IO 0 1 To L«wt»c«*too, p«r too ...... ............ 10 0 To Tor» Phillip, per too.15a to 1 O O To Sy<!u£y. per ton.£1 to 1 A o «« Wheat, per buih«l. 0 0 6 To Mauritius, per ton.... t IO 0 To Swtn River, p#r JOB .43 to % IO O

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

THIRD BACE. I The Town Plate, Three Guineas entrance, with £49 added ; heats-two miles ; mares and geldings al- lowed 3 lbs. ; the winner to pay Five Guineas to the Fund: yrs. st. lbs. Mr Stewart's br. m. Mountain Maid.aged IO 7 Mr Castles's br. m. Matilda. 4 9 0 Mr Robinson's b. g. Cobbler.aged IO 7

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

VESSELS EXPECTED. I From London-Th« rchoooer Lightning. 200 lon«, Ro- j brrisnn, master, daily ; an<i ilie William Wits, 229 ton«,! Captain Low«, in a week or ten days. j From Leith-The schooner Sans Pareille, Capt. Brodie, ; in almut a mon'li. Kr o o th« Maur iiias-Th« barque Guiana. Captain Duff, daily. j From Sydney-The brig Dorset, Walsh, in a few days, and i he brig Emma, Fos. in a wee». ! From Ilobatl Town-Theacheoner Eiixa, Cbtwrd, saastcr,! daily. !

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

SECOND RACE. The Hunt Hardie Race, Two Guineas entrance, with £20 added ; beats-once round, over four hurdles four feet high in each heat ; gentlemen riders ; the winner to pay Three Guineas to the Fund ; 11 stone 7 lbs. each : Mr Stein's b. g., Fusbos Mr F. Fletcher's d. g., Bingo Mr Bayne's b. g., \¡oun% Lofty Mr F. James's cr. g., Borneo Mr Robinson's gr. or ro. g., Spider Mr Castles' c. h., Gratis Mr. De Lisi e's c. g., Tne Cpb Mr M. Smith's br. g., Selima Mr Shayle's na. b. g.. Young Jack Mr Robinson's ch. or b. g., Brother to Spider j

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Second Day (Thursday, Jan. 2,1845). FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

Second Day (Thursday, Jan. 2,1845). i FIRST BACB. j The Ladies' Purse, Three Guineas entrance ¡ heats once round and a distance; weights as for Town Plate ; the winner of the Town Plate to carry 7 lbs extra; mares and geldings allowed 3 Ibs.j the winner to pay Five Guineas to the Fund.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

1.0C&1 ¿Helos. THE beneficial effects of irrigation have never been more clearly demonstrated than by this season's crops at the Reed Beds. Of fruit the produce is abundant, but the wheat crops, generally good, are on some sections extraordinary. At Wymondly bury (Dr. Addison's farm), the wheat crop is unu- sually heavy, that of the "White Talavera" standing about six feet in height, the ears exceedingly well filled, and several we have seen (plucked indiscrimi- nately) measure seven inches in length. The pro- duce is estimated by competent judges at about forty-five bushels per acre ; indeed, so heavy is this crop, that several parties of reapers have declined the work, although offered the high rate of lös. per acre, with ample allowance of" home-brewed." On this farm the experiment has been tri=d, of growing wheat itt drills, three feet apart, and the result proves nearly, if not quite, as satisfactory as where it is sown broad-cast. THE Register says the East London had ...

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

THIRD RACE. j The Beaten Stakes, two Guineas entrance ; for lae ! beaten horses of the meeting ; weights and distance j to be settled by the Stewards. : To start for the Match punctually at one o'clock ; the I Produce Stakes half-past. Jockey costume insisted on. j The Stewards' Ordinary to take place at Payne's Hotel, I Hind ley-street, at seren o'clock, on Wednesday (tickets | 5s. each) ; after which, the entries will be made for the Ladies' Putse. I MB. JAMES CHAMBERS, j Clerk of Course.

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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

-,- ^ THE RACES. TO-MORROW will, we anticipate, witness the first day's RACING* in South Australia, for though on the 1st and 2nd days of the new year for several seasons past have been held what have been termed horse races, we cannot conscientiously call them 6o; no doubt the parties then holding the management did their utmost to render the sport good, but be it remembered, '* accidents will happen in the best regulated families," and therefore that things should not pursue '« the even tenor of their way " cannot be wondered at. The arrangements for the present season are of the first order-the stewards gentlemen-and the entries good, both as regards the numbers and breed of the horses ; we feel, therefore, no hesita- tion in promising the lovers of this old English sport a treat such as they never have had the luck to partake of since their arrival in South Australia, and have much pleasure in placing on " every man's breakfast table," this morning, the following COR- RECT MST o...

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REPORT OT MARSHAL BUGEACD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

REPORT OT MARSHAL BUGEACD. Camp, near Coudiat, Abderrahmao t Aug. 17. j M. le Maréchal-The son of the Emperor,] Muley Abderahman, not having made reply to the letter I wrote to him after the sort of sum- ¡ mons he addressed to me to evacuate Lalla Ma- ] grauia, if we were anxious for peace, his army daily received fresh reinforcements, and his pride increased with his forces. The Moors openly spoke in his camp of taking Tlemceu, Oran, Mascara, and even Algiers. It was a real crusade to retrieve the affairs of Islamism. They thought that we could not re- ' sist so large a body of the most renowned horse- men in the empire of Morocco, aod they were j ouly waiting to attack us for the arrival of the contingents of infantry of the Beni-Seuasseu and Rif, who were to assail us from the moun- tains, at the foot of which stands the camp of Lalla Magrania, whilst an immense cavalry would surround us on the side of the plain. The nine days of uncertainty which bad just elapsed had already ala...

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