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RATES OF EXCHANGE. THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Draw on London at 2 Percent, premium. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

I RATES OF EXCHANGE. I I MI BAKK Or aOVTB iVITIlLU I Draw OB Loadon at 2 par cant, premium. " Colonies at 3 par cent, premium. Parchas* en London at 30 dava sight, at 'wo «er «eat. 'iscouat, and I per cent, additional for every thirty days bsyoad. TB* BAKK or Al'*TBALA«IA Draw ea London et 2 per cent premium. " Colonies at 3 per cont premium. Purchase on London at 1 per eeo», discount, ansi an additional I per cent, for «very month beyond 30 days cur rency, and J par cent, if drawn or payable out of Loados. Purchase OB the colonies at par. DAYS OF DISCOUNT. Raak af Sooth Australia.-Tuesday and Friday. Bank of Australasia.-Monday and Thursday.

Publication Title: South Australian
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ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

ARTICLES OF EXPORT, bacon.........M...... per lb. Bark..... per ton Barley. busbel Barleymeal. 50lbs. Beef...«... tierces BUcu't............ .... ........ cwt. Bran..... bushel" Uriels.» 1000 Boiler, salted ....... i . ....... per lb. Candies, moulds............ .. de.: -dips.de. Cheese.............. ......«> (do. Coppar ore.*...ton Floor, Âne. do, -seconds...de. Gun. do. Gun timber .................. per load, Hay... per ton Hides. each Horns and boors ............psrèwt. Lead ore......ton Maize............ par bushel Oats....................... do. Oil, black.-.per tun -sperm.. do. Oxen.«acbTi Pollard.per20Ibs. Potatoes ............ .. .perton Sheep, fat.....each Slates.per WOO -slabs....... .... per foot Starch. ».....*. per lb. Tallow ... .....« ........... per dwi. Wheat....... perbufthet^ Woo:, 1st quality.per lb. ? 2nd quality ...«........ do. --- in grease. do. Whalebone.... perton fid 38s to 40s 2s 6d io 3s64 3s'6d x £4 13s to 17« 7d to6d 20s lo 25s 7d to 84 fid , ' Ww «...

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CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

- I CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. | Oe spirits, the prodoce and manufactura of ta« Uahad Kingdom or any Brit ian possession, par gallon ..................... © * © All other «pirita. !...,.. -O If O Wine.15 p«r e«at, ad «alarm Tea, anger, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, rice, and other grain a ad pu'aa imported.. .5 per cent. Cigar«, per lb. 9 6 0 Uthvr manufactured tobáceo aad snuff........ 0 9 0 AU other tobacco (ex<-ept tobaccoa'ems) .... 0 1 6 Porter, al«, bear, cidar, and perry. 10 per cent All merchandise not bein» the produce or atann faetureof the Unitad Kingdom 10 per cent. AU other good« (BritUh included), S por cent, j Tba fo!towtn¿ «rtiele« ar« exempt from duty, Baaaa'y, ' bott)«' of co rn m on t'ass, if imported fu'l, bullion and coin. liv« steck «f all kinds, saeda, balbs, ead plan's. I

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THE "TARTAR SOLDIER "IN HYDE-PARK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

I THE " TARTAR SOLDIER " IN HYDE-PARK. O a Saturday last, about five o'clock in the afternoon, a very large number of people, prin cipally military men, were attracted into Hyde Park to witness the horsemanship and military exercises of a very curious individual, a Tartar soldier, formerly in a Mahomedan regiment of cavalry in the Russian service, who, it was . understood, would exhibit himself and his horse in front of the]Morse Guards' barracks. Ac cordingly, at five o'clock, or shortly after, the Tartar made his appearance, accompanied by several gentleman on horseback ; one of whom appeared to act as his interpreter, and in some degree to direct his movements, and a large space of ground for hi* evolutions was cleared out and kept, as the term is, by the privates of the 2nd Regiment of Life Guards. The Tartar ii a good-looking man, apparently between twenty five and thirty years of age, of an athletic frame, with considerable squareness of limb, but with no superfluous flesh. He...

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CHALLENGE BY CAPTAIN WARNER. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

CHALLENGE BY/ CAPTAIN WARNE». [TO THE EDiroa OF THE TIMES,] SIR-You kindly permitted me to comment i upon some statements mude by Captain Pecbeii in the Flouse of Commons; I will now proceed, with your permission, to make a few observa tions upon Sir C. Napier's reports of interviews between him and myself, and conversations thereat, so widely a« ay from what actually oc curred, that I eau only attribute the variations to forgetfulness or confusion of mind on the gallant commodore's part. All the world kuows that Commodore Napier is apt to take credit to himself for having by his single arm won every victory in which he has taken part, but up to the peri ed of his speech in the Bouse of Cotn imons I thought him a frank and fair man. Sir ¡Charles stated in the house that "Captain Warner had told him that he could blow to pieces ali the ships in Portsmouth harbor, from the back of the Isle of Wight." I can only account for this extraordinary misrepresenta tion, so calculated to excite...

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THE BOMBARDMENT OF TANGIERS. [FROM A NAVAL OFFICER.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

THE BOMBARDMENT OF TANGIERS. fPROM A S AVAL OFFICHIt.] TANGIER BAT, AUG. 6.1344.-lins morning, between three and four o'clock, we observed movements amongst the French squadron - steamers lighting their fires, and the line-of-bat tle ships, taking up position close tn shore, anchored head and stern, for the purpose of get ting their broadsides to bear on the town. This appeared to us rather a curious piece of proceed ing, as they had not declared hostilities ; con sequently the Moors allowed them to take up the prominent position, while, if the Moors had opened a fire on them when taking it up, they would have materially injured them. According to the opinion of sailors, they went rather a lub berly way to work, and I may say rather a cowardly one too ; the steamers being all under weigh, they took a position outside the ships amongst us that were remaining neutral. At fifty minutes past eight, the French h'ne-of bajttle ships opened on the forts with three broad sides with a very b...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

VESSEL« KXPKCTED. I I Fran l.vidoa -Th» Wiitin* Witt 229 tons, Captain Low«, tu A wee! ur un «l*y*. K:om lifriiu-Iii« s.hoouwi iuni Par till«. Capt. Hrodi«, ia 4»uui ». UIOH:¡I. FiOji th« Mauritius-TU* barque Cuimna, Captain Duff, d.itf. F.tim Svda-y-Tb« brie Doutt, WuUb, ia a few day«, a »J ih« b ig Emma, Fu*, ia a wee». Kfgsa Hoj+tl itturn-r»««<b»o».«. £«**«. Chard," »4sirr, datty.

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OPENING OF THE NEW SCHOOL ROOM IN CONNEXION WITH THE CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, FRANKLIN-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

OPENÍNG OF THE NEW SCHOOL ROOM IN CONNEXION WITH THE CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, FRANKLIN-STREET. ON Wednesday, 1st of January, the large and commodious building lately erected by the teachers and friends of the above chanel was opened by several interesting services. At half past one the children assembled, to the number of 250, with many of their parents, when the Rev. W. Newland, of Encounter Bay, delivered an appropriate address. Afterwards the children partook of tea. The aboriginal children, taught in the Mission Schools, were also present, and contributed to the gratification of the audience by singing a hymn of praise. At half-past five the teachers and friends sat down to tea in the new school-room, and at seven a public meeting was held in the chapel ; the Rev. T. Q. Stow presided. The meeting was addressed by the Rev. Messrs Stow, Newland, and Meyer (German missionary to the aborigines) ; also by Messrs Mann, Bowen, Abbott, Calton, and Collisson. The attendance was very good, ...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. ! FROM the Cape journal» we perceive fiat excel lent guano had been discovered at Saldanha Bay. The quantity is estimated at 30,000 tons. The Government had intimated that vessels were at liberty to load upon payment of £1 upon «very re gistered ton. No less than 300 «hips were at Ichaboe, and it was questioned whether 100 could be loaded. Society having- been in a very disturbed and law less state, and neither life nor property having been in the least secure at Ichaboe, H. M. Frigate Isis, Sir John Marshall, had been sent down to establish order. He returned to the Cape on the 27th Oct. H. M. S. Thunderbolt was there when the his left. Sir Peregrine Maitland had completely settled the Caffre disputes, and had made a new treaty with the chiefs. The new barque Pagoda was at Cape Town, on j her way to explore the Southern Ocean. She was j commissioned by the British Government. The British barque St. Mungo was lost at Cape Agulhas on 20th Sept. Capt. Lamond and six...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 1845. LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

Çfte goutt) Australian. ADEI~AI.DK: FBIOAT. JANUARY 3. 1S45. LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. IHE Lightning brings Cape papers to the 16th November. Tbcse contain English news to the 10th Sep tember, three daj's subsequent to the sailing of the Brankenmoor. The principal article of intelli gence is that relating to the decision of the House of Lords in thc case of the Queen v. Daniel O'Connell On the present occasion, we shall depute the honor of communicating to the South Australian public the interesting news, to our worthy and fa cetious contemporary, " Sam Sly," in "his South African Jeurnal of October 31. Sara, we may observe, is a determined Tory, and free-spoken withal - our liberal friends must, therefore, ex cuse him. Sam, we also observe, has sent us a file of his Journal, so that we shall be able to re gale our readers now and then with specimens of African wir. The following is *c Sam Sly's" report : NEWS AND POLITICS. " With News the time's in labour."-Ant. and CUap. *. Get th...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to December 28.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to December 28.) IMPORTED GOODS. Ale, light ... per hhd ---- strong ... per barrel ---- bottled ... per dozen Almonds, shell ... 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 cassia ... per lb. Cedar, in log ... per foot ---- in boards ... 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 ... per lb. Deals, 9 by 3 ... per foot ---- 11 by 3 ... do. Figs ... per lb. Ginger, Jamaica ... do. ---- E. I. ... do. Glass, 10 by 12 ... per box Glue ... per lb. Gunpowder, fine ... do. ---- blasting ... do. Hams, Yorkshire ... do. ---- Westphalia ... do. Herring...

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VESSELS IN HVRBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. B R A N K E N M O OR (ship), 400 tons, Carr, master ; dis. charging cargo from London. Hagen & Co., agents. LIGHTNING (schooner ), 240 tons, from London and the         Cape. ALBATROSS (cutter), 13 tons, Doyle, master, from Port   Lincoln.   BLENG (barque). 250 tons. Hugh Stewart, master; in the stream, loading for Liverpool. W. Younghusband,   agent. GOVERNOR GAWLER (schooner), 15 tons, Under-       ?????, master; about to sail for Portland Bay.   HAWK (schooner), 111 tons, Brown, master; at the Queen's Wharf, discharging. E. L. Montefiore, agent. JOHN HEYES (barque). 350 tons, G. W. Woodward,     master ; at the M'Laren Wharf, loading for London. G. Young, agent.   JOHN PIRIE (schooner), 106 tons, at the M'Laren     Warf ; refitting. Hagen &...

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Slupping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

Shipping Intelligence.   ARRIVED. JAN. 1. - The schooner Lightning, 240 tons. Robertson,   from London and the Cape. Passengers in the cabin - Mr Charles Fowler, Mr James Bunce, and Dr. Bunce. In the steerage - Mr Farrington.

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

IMPORTS.   Cargo of the schooner Lightning, from London and the   Cape. - 1 case, Teichelmann; 1 case, J. Roberts; 5 cases, Shepherd; 1 case, 1 bundle, 1 cask, Order; 1 box,   Trimmer; 3 tierces, Elder ; 12 chests, Bunce and   Thomson ; 1 ditto, Rev. J. Weatherston ; 9 bales, Elder ;   10 kegs, 1 case, Order ; 5 cases, 17 bales, 1 bale, 1 case,   Phillips ; 6 cases, 1 parcel, Stocks ; 1 cask, 1 box as   addressed ; 1 case, Young ; 2 trunks, Simpson ; 1 pipe, 5 hhds.,, 4 quarter-casks, 6 casks, 34 cases, Stocks; 1 box,       Governor Grey; 3 cases, Giles and Co.; 3 bales, W.   Giles ; 1 case Bartley ; 1 case, 8 bales, 9 cases, 12 bales,   8 cases, 9 bales, 6 cases, Shepherd ; 1 box, 1 bale, and 1   mat, Ellis; 5 cases, Shepherd ; 1 case, Beddome ; 1 parcel,     Farrel ; 3 cases, Abbott ; 1 box, Oldham ; 2 bales, Elder ;   8 bales and 3 cases, Stocks ; 1 box, Grote ; 1 case, 1 barrel, 1 bag and bale, Angas; ...

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

"South Australian"   GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.       The proprietor of the above Establishment   begs to announce that the letter-press printing business will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing has always given the greatest satisfaction, and he can point to work which has issued from this   press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the colony. The motto of this Office shall be-- "Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office,   Rundle-street, Nov. 11, 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- 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...

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DE GUSTIBUS, &c.—THE POLKA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 3 January 1845

DE GUSTIBUS, &c.-THE POLKA. AT the Norwich Police Court the other day (as the case is given in the local papers), an itinerant dealer in ballads, named Fitzgerald, was brought before the magistrates on the charge of dancing the " Polka" in the streets at unseasonable hours, when the following dialogue is reported to have taken place : " Prisoner-I delight in the Polka. It has deservedly taking precedence of everything-it is the engrossing topic of every tongue, and the   employment of every toe, and reigns paramount   everywhere, from the gilded salons of the nobility to the bureau of the minister-(laughter.) Lord Brougham, I understand, is quite au fait at it, his Lordship's well-known rotary movements and fre- quent change of position having rendered his limbs peculiarly flexible. Sir Robert Peel, slippery knave, has positively forgotten his ' Irish difficulties.' Goulburn, hard fortune to him, his income tax- (laughter.) And Sir J. Graham, the Ho...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMITTEE — NEWS RELATIVE TO THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMITTEE - NEWS RELATIVE TO THE COLONY. BY tm advertisement which appears in the Co- lonial Gazette of 20th July, it appears that a committee bad been appointed by Various bodies and individuals interested in South Australia, for the parpóse of diffusing information on the state of the colony. David M«Laren, Esq., is the secretary,and E. J. Wheeler, Esq., treasurer. They had commenced proceedings, by pub- lishing, for gratis distribution, papers containing brief summaries of colonial intelligence, and statistics. We have now before us two of these papers, and have received other information, from which we cull for the benefit of our readers the following particulars, The first publication by the committee iu August, 1844, re-publishes the table of statistics which appeared in the Southern Australian of 2nd January, 1844, with mest of our remarks. Wm are sorry to perceive, however, that the committee have been led into the gross error of staling, that they were ...

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IMMIGRATION FROM GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

IMMIGRATION FROM GERMANY. WE have been favored with a copy of the fol- lowing letter on the above subject, written by D. McLaren, Esq., Manager of the S. A. Com- pany. E. Delius, Esq.; London, 19th July, 1844. -I was duly favored with yours of the 11th instant, which was duly communicated with yours of the 5th instant, to the Board of Di- rectors to-day. I am happy to inform you that I am intrusted by the Directors to pledge them to the exteut of £200, as formerly, on con- dition that Mr. Oelrichs dispatches his East Indiaman the Haugeroboy Rustongee Pattell to Adelaide in the coarse of this present year I^rj844), and that by her there shall sail at least j^^B^or from 150 to200 adult German emigrants of respectable character belonging to the agri euU|italÉ«d laboring' class for the purpose of settling in South Australia. I am pleased to think from the tenor of your letter of 11th inst.« that this obligation is all that will be required, as the intending emigrants have funds enough t...

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PARKHURST BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

Í PARKHURST BOYS. A correspondence had tqken place between the Manager of the South Australian Company and George Hall, Esq., formerly private secretaigr ^ ^^ Governor Gawler, now Superintendent of Psi|||gHa hurst Prison. The subject seen^^W miw :h$0sBSß mooted by the Company in àesjfi^Ûtiu^^'^K^^f - other means of supplying the g«Mt ^iBtjrï^^&4 labor in South Australia. . ~. ^-^'^rnSÊmiê Mr Hall says that he is of opinion that many of the boys under his charge are better than many who have not been brought before a coori of jus- tice, but that the difficulties are the prejudices against them, and the danger of their being ill treated during their apprenticeship. The Directors say that they will not think of moving in die matter until they ascertain the opinions of the principal settlers. Mr Giles mentioned die subject at a meeting yesterday of the South Australian Association, aft which were present a number of the gentlemen of the Subscription Library. Without a dissentien...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrested up to January 4.) IMPORIED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. j (Corrfttd tip to January A,) IKFORTED OOOUB. ti« ¡¿¿Ii« ... ? strong . - - bottled . Almonds, shell soft, .per fahd ?per barrel .per dozen .. .. per lb. ..." do. Arrowroot.... .-4-. ............. do. Bacon ....,,........»....... do. Bags,3-bushel ................each j Blankets . ....per pair Blue.. ........per !b. Candles, wax ......... .... do. | -sperm .................... do.. -moulds .................. do. Canvas ...............per bolt Casks. ....per ton Cassia.,.......per lb. Cedar, in log ......... .......per-foot --inboards................ do. Cigars, in bond...f*r 1000 Cloves.per lb. Coals..perton Coffee,.per'b> --Brazil..... do. Copper, sheathing .............. do. -Nails.................... do. Cordage, English ............per cwt. --» Manilla........... do. Corrosive Sublimate ...... «...per lb. Crystals ot Soda .... ........per cw«. Currant* ....................per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -- ll by 3... do. Pigs...per lb. Ginger, Jamaic...

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