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BRITISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

j BRITISH AND FOREIGN NEWS. 1 We are glad to Bay that the Queen had quite re [ covered, and that the young Prince was doing well. The most important domestic news was the de- cision hy thc House of Lords in O'Connell's favor, on the writ of error, and his consequent liberation. Parliament closed on the 9th Aug., but not be- fore they had passed a most important act, abolish- ing imprisonment for debt, in all cases where the original debt (independent of law charges) did not exceed £20, and otherwise greatly improving the law of debtor and creditor, by facilitating eettle t ments by trust deeds, and compositions under the sanction of the Courts of Bankruptcy. The great and exciting subject at home, how- ever, was the probability of a war with France, in j consequence of the proceedings of the French in ¡ Morocco. Of these our readers will find a full account in the reports by Marshal Bugeaud and Prince de Join ville, which we have copied in full in our fourth page. With regard to the...

Publication Title: South Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

" »out!) Australian" GENERAL P R HM TT 0 IM © HgTÄS [L O §K1 Ml HMT. fY* H E Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-ptess printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job priming has always given the greatest satisfaction, »nd he can point to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in th« colony. The motto of this Office shall be-r *' Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, î ßundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. } The proprietor of this journal, on investigating various matters connected with his recent purchase, finis that he trill be able to make some changes, which, he thinks, will be advantageous both to him- self and to the public. In the 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 follows :-In 'place of c...

Publication Title: South Australian
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FRANCE AND MOROCCO. OFFICIAL DESPATCHES OF PRINCE DE JOINVILLR AND MARSHAL BUGEAUD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

FRANCE AND MOROCCO. OFFICIAL DESPATCHES OF PRfNCE DE JOIN VÍLLR AND MARSH AL.BOG BAUD. THE following are the official despatches of the Prince de Juinville to the Minister of Marine : " Steamer Pluto, August 10' " M. le Ministre-Not having time to give you an account by the last courier of the state of our affairs, in detail, as well as of our opera- tions before Tangier, 1 take advantage of the first moment of leisure to fulfil this duty. '* 1 informed you that on the 2nd of August, the day fixed for the reply to the ultimatum of .our Consul General, nothing reached us. " I waited then for news of Mr Hay, before commencing hostilities. " On the 4th a letter of Sidi Bousselam,. Pacha of Larache, was seat us, more measured, more conciliating, than preceding ones ; it re- newed, nevertheless, the insolent demand of the punishment of the Marshal. The letter of Sidi Bousselam said not a word of the removal of the.carps of troops collected near Ouchda. As to Abd-el-Kader, Sidi Bousselam ...

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MAILS. General Post-office, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

MAILS. General Post-offire, Dec. 31. Mails for Port Lincoln, by the Albatross, will be closed (his day, at 12 o'c'oclc. Mails for Great Britain, will be dispatched bj the Prince Albeit to London on the Ut of Jinuary, 1845. JOHN V» AITS, PoFtnaster General.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

DEATH. —On Sunday, December 29th, at his residence, Kensington House, G. F. Shipster, Esq., solicitor, much regretted by   a large circle of friends.

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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. MONDAT, DECEMBER, 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 December 1844

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER, 30.   Wm. Smith, Charles Edmund Pratt, and Charles Pratt, charged with the murder of a native man and woman, were again brought up this morning, when some additional witnesses were examined. Among these were Mr Gordon, Inspector of Police, who examined the spot where it is alleged the murders were committed. He stated that he examined the graves where the witnesses said the bodies where buried, but found them empty ; and at a place where a fire had recently been bu-ning he found several human teeth and pieces of bone, which would lead to the inference that the bodies had been burnt, whether by the natives or how it is not known. We should have stated that the native witness admitted a stick was thrown. Mr Hallett was also examined, but his evidence I amounted to nothing, as ¿ill that he knew of the affair was from hearsay. The prisoners were committed to take their ! trial. CHARGE OF ARSON Henry Palmer, a sawyer from the Co...

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A SUPPOSED CASE OF PIRACY AND MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

A SUPPOSED CASE OF PIRACY AND MURDER. WITHIN the last day or two, letters have been receired from Dandee, communicating to the underwriters infor mation respecting the brig Hannah,, belonging to that port, from which, strong suspicions are apprehended that the captain. Mr Lowther, was murdered by the crew, for the purpose of possessing themselves of the vessel and cargo, but afterwards their plans were frustrated by the vessel becoming leaky. The particulars, it appears, were brought over by the Hibernia steamer, from the Lloyd's agent at Quebec, and are as follows ; On the morning of Monday the eighth of last monta, when the barque Scotland, William Hamilton, bound to Quebec, was within ten hoars* sail of that port, two boats were discovered several miles to leeward., - The captain, suspecting they belonged to some shipwrecked vessel, im mediately bore down and picked them up, when héTW- > certained that they belonged to the brig Hannah, of Dun- - dee. The boats contained seven ...

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CUBA—INSURRECTION OF THE SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

CUBA-INSURRECTION OF THE SLAVES THE following is an account of tue melancholy ter mination of the revolt : HAVANNAH, JULY 16.-The curtain has ju6t fallen on the execution of the chief conspirator, Placido, who met his fate with a heroic calmness. Nothing was positively known of the decision of the council concerning him, till it was rumoured a few days since that he would proceed, along wi*h others, to the " chapel " for the condemned. On the appointed day a great crowd was assembled, and Placido was seen walking along with singular composure under circumstances so gloomy, smoking a cigar, and saluting with graceful ease his numer ous acquaintances. Are you aware what the punishment of the " chapel " means ? It is worse a thousand times than the death of which it is the sure precursor. The unfortunate crimináis are conducted into a chapel hung in black, and dimly lighted. Priests are here to chaunt in sepulchral voice the service of the dead, and the coffins of the trembling victims...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

FREIGHTS. Te LeaJea aa<2 Liverpool, Wool, par lb.... l|d to lfd i .* Oil, por I en.. .. -. 4 IO O Bark. 4 16 0 Olker goods. 4 ie £4 IO Te Hobart Tow«, per tan.21a le I IO 0 To Launceston, par ton.«.. I . . To Port Phillip, per toa.-15« te 1 o 0 To Sydney, par toa.£1 te ISO Wheat, per bushel. 0 O 6 Te> Mauritius, per iou....... 2 10 0 l o S»aa River, per (ea.St te 2 lt 0

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

3Loc£l fíelas. i-_ j A F KW STRAY NOTES, INTENDED, WE PRESUME, j FOR PRINT, PICKED UP YBSTERDAY ON THE j RA.CE COURSE.-Among the on dits of the day, an opposition journal is talked of, to be called the j New Delay .News, but although it is obvious that ' wera the plan of gambling speculation and new trading companies prematurely canvassed, failure I might ensue, the proprietor of the new Delay j Arews is too confident that the projected paper will ! far exceed his most sanguine expectations, that he I has favored Punch with an early copy of the pros pectus, in the hopes that he will give it the widest possible publicity. He purposes to make it a patent repository of old news, for which purpose j he has ordered the London Times at half price, to ' be posted seven days after the day of publication, I and only to be forwarded by direct ships ; in the meantime, he intends to draw upon his own co lumns, and those of his contemporaries. Every man, woman, and child in South Australia to kn...

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LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

HT EST DATES FROM Irritai* (direct) . Sept. 7 America.... ... .....August 24 Cape of Goo'l Hope..November 21 Mauritius. August 12 East I od ia« ... August China. September 1 Singapore. September 12 Sydney..November 30 New Zealand. October 6 Port Phillip.December IO Van Dienen'« Land. November 30 Swan River. October 6 Portlanl Bay. December 14

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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

HARBOUR DUES. C«s8<i*£ vessels ander 16 tens ld per tea outwards, and ld inwards. Ali other vessels 3-1 per toa each war. Vessels anchoring oat side the bar, half das«.

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THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

THE COMET. FROH a letter which appears in the Cape Commet ital Advertiser of Nov. 6, it appears that our Comet was discovered by a Mr Mauvais, in July last It was discovered at the Cape Royal Obser vatory by Mr Maclear, on 27th October. The perihelion passage was 17-26 October, Cape mean time. On 4th November, the comet was 150 millions of miles from the earth ; and on the 14th December, 95 millions, being its nearest ap proach to our orb. In our next, we shall publish the approximate elements of the orbit with an ephemeris computed by Mr Maclear. THE CORN MARKETS. WB have been considerably amused with the ar ticles which have lately appeared in the Register. We quite agree with a worthy correspondent, who has given up the paper in disgust, that they are wofully below proof. Some of the articles to which "we have alluded ar« characterised by Harmless folly, but some are calculated to do a little mischief. Of the latter class is one upon the harvest prospects in Eng land, and the cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

Salea &!> Suction. .Auction Business-1845. JjfOHN BENTHAM NEALES, ihe Govern. ment Auctioneer, on entering the seventh year of his professional life in this Province, begs to return thanks to the public for the large share of their confidence in his " system of doing business," and to assure them that the same undeviating course, which has maire him so many friends, will be continued in^l'departments of bis estab lishment. J. B. N. has on hand invoices of-Calicoes, muslins, prints, mirrors, brass wave, woí>l-bags, wines and beers in bottle or draught; also, tea, glass, iron, &c, in broken packages. King William-street,) January 1st, 1844. j fpLTE FURNITURE, &c, of LKWIR GILLIS, Esq., going to England, will he submitted to public sale, by J. B. NKALU, on Wednesday Jan. the 8th. Tenders JTor Hills* Commissariat, Adelaide, 2nd January, 1845. *T*ENDEKS of Specie (British gold or silver), in exchange for Bills on the Lords Commis sioners of her Majesty's Tre...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

WOOL SALUS. WE have received catalogues of wool eales, ex \ Corsair, sold on the 19th and 29th of July, but have «ot room for particulars to day. We ob serve (hat some lambs wool, marked WB, brought ls öd to ls 5 Jd : some marked H WP brought ls 4|d and ls 5|d ; J AP, ls 6£d and ls 0Í. and greasy, 10H ; LJWP, ls 6|d and ls 7d ; illangie and R within diamond, actual German iambs, 1 s 6d. We shall publish the whole particulars in our next. ERITISH AND FOREIGN NF^VS. ( Continued, j THE dissolution of the Art Unions which, it may be remembered, had been declared illegal by the law officers of the Crown, bad been postponed till th« 31 st of July next, and, in the meantime, it was confidently hoped that an act might be passed to legalise this species of gambling. The great colliery strike in the north of England had terminated after a struggle of nineteen weeks. As has been almost invariably the case, the work men were forced to give in to the masters* terms. The men were generally re-eng...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

I _ - I GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. Sow caoliflower, brocoli, Swedish turnips, cabbages, ce'ery, and seakale. Prepare the ground for potatoes, which may be planted towards the close of the month. Peas of the early, frame, or Charlton, may a so be sown. Fruit trees may now be budded, and the lateral shoots of the peach, apricot, nectarine, almond, &c, be thinned and trimmed. Attend carefully >o melons, cucumbeis, icc., &o. In dry weather the fine sorts may be watered in the evenings.

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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE January 2, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

I i PRICES Of COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE January 2, 164a. Wheat. «.id to 3s par bushel Floor, fine. £9 per ton seconds..... £7 10a per ditto Pollard. lOd per 201b« Bran. 3d to Od oar bat.beI | Barley, English..... 3a 3d to Ss 6d ditto Cape. la 9d to 2s Gd ditto j Skin'ass .. Js*>. is 9d ditto I B'«ad..MÊ. 5d prr 4-Ih loaf Bitcuit.Mr............. 10s to 15« per earl { Oats. 2s9d to Sa per bushel 1 M aise ..................... ... Sa to3s 3d diilo j Peas, whit«. Sd per lb j I bine . 4d ditto Hey. £'i 10s per ten I Oatea ditto. £2 to £3 I Os ditto j ««TCSTER'S USAT. i [ Beef. Z\A to 4d per lb ! Mutton . 3|d to 3d ditto Veal and pork..... 4d lo 6d ditto Lamb ... 3d to 4d ditto POULTRY. Fowla. 3« lo 2s 6d per pair Dueks.... 3s to 4« per pair G«-«M ...........v............ 4a «e 7a eaefa Turfcrya. 7« le lue each I Wild dacka. la per pair Pigeons ....................... 1« Od per pair j . AIRV FBOBOCB. j Butter, freak . 3d lo Sd per lb j Chees«. 6.1 io 9d per lb I Milk. 4d p«r «¿uart ...

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VISIT OF THE QUEEN AND PRINCE ALBERT TO SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

VISIT CF THE QUEEN AND PRINCE ALBERT TO j ' SCOTLAND. j i We have elsewhere mentioned that her Majesty | and Prince Albert intended to visit Scotland. j They sailed from London in the Royal yacht about 9lb September, accompanied with several Govern j ment steamers. Their intention was to sojourn ! for some time at Blair Alhelí. 1

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PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

PILOTAGE RATE?. I Eter j recs«! drawing 7 fest and ander. 3 O O " «. 8 fett to9 fret . 3 10 0 «. 0 fett to 10 fee». 4 0 O And se en, increasing- I OB for every additional foeU

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WHARFAGEDUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

WHARFAGE DUES. « a à Pipe er puncheon.-. 0 1 . dogshead or tierce...... 0 0 t Barrel or keg ................ . O 3 Crate, cask, or bala not exceeding haifa toa weight or me» sûrement .................. Ol* Diito, exec*din« half a ton.. 0 1 . Chest of tea. 0 0 fl H.If chest or box ef tea, bag- of sugar, coffee, rice, tobacco, or hops. OOS Dnen of oars, or I, COO shingles ............ 0 0 I Dozen spades or shove's. 0 0 3 Bottle of oil. paint, or turpentine... 0 0 3 Small package n'<totherwise enumerated.... ... 0 0 3 100 deals. 0 4 « 100 staves .... . 0 1 S Four wheeled carriage. 0 S 0 Twow heeled carriage. 0 3 0 Toa of goad* not otherwise enumerated . 0 2 0

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