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MELBOURNE MARKETS.— DECEMBER. 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
MELBOURNE M ARK ELS.- DECEMBER. 7. Potatoes, whole-ale, ls per cwt. ; retail l«6l to ls9J ; cauliflowers, ld to 2d each; cabbage, ditto; new potatoes, ld per lb.; peas, 2d per quart; beaux, ld ditto; lettuce, ld each ; rad dishes, ld per bunch; ihubaib, 3d per buudic; asparagus, 4d lo OJ per bunch ; onious, ld per bunch; green gooseber&lt;tes,6d per quart; oranges, 2s per dozen ; apples, ls per tb.; lemons,2sper dozen ; cherries, ls 4d per lb. ; st aw berries, la (id per ditto; turnips, ld per bunch ; carrots, 1&lt;1 per t'itto , watercress, 2d per ditto ; beet root. 2d lo 3d each ; flowers, 3d to G i per bunch. Geese, 10* to 16« per couple; tut keys, 12« lo 18« ditto ; ducks, 4s to 5« ditto ; fowls, 3*1« 3s 61 ditto ; rabbits, 3s lo 4« ditto; duck egg«. 8d to ls per dozen ; ben e«gs. O t to 8d ditto.
The South Austrtalian. ADELAIDE TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1845. BRITISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
AnsxAtDB i Tusso AT, JJLNÜABT 7. 1845. BRITISH NEWS. BY the William Wise intelligence has been received from .England to the 10th of Sep- tember. The chief news of interest is The liberation of the State Prisoners in Ireland. This important event had excited uubounded enthusiasm throughout Ireland. They were liberated on tb.e evening of Friday, September 6. Mr O'Connell proceeded at once privately to his house, Merrion-square, but before he had gone far a crowd collected round ltira, and by the time he reached home the crowd wasenlarged to many thousands. On Saturday the prisoners returned to prison, where they attended divine service, a nd breakfasted. They afterwards joined in a vast triumphal procession through the city, in which th« trades, and other public bodies joined, with banners displayed. One part of. O'Connell's future proceeding» was mentioned-the assembling of county meet- ings, to provide for the impeachment of the judges. The following extract from one of O'Connell's...
STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
STOCK MARKET. Cattle-On Monday last, Messrs Bear & Son disposed of by public auction, 100 head nf" mixed cattle, consisting of tows ai d heifers, i: « and with calf, yearling heifers, atid steers, ana two and three-year old lea« steer« ; the lot a«w aged 30s each. Yesterday, the same auction- eers sold another lot of uboii! sixty head &lt; f tba same description of cattle, i ut inferior ii: quality: lite average wat 27* t'»ch ; (he market has be*-« much glutted ot tate v,uh this description «»f stock, upwards of one thousand head having passed through their hands vi :thin the last inoti'l». Yesterday, the saine «iicti&lt;it:eere disputedf a small Int of fa! rattle, u hit h axeraged fn.mT*" 6d lo Os pcs lUOibs. A l>-w teams of *oi!-er* disposed c:f (« i > ti s* the we* ic, at fi om £5 to £H p«^r pair according to quality. Sheep-Wethers are still feater and i» de^ niand Messrs Bear & Sou sold s small lot yesterday, of ver}' inferior ooes, et 5» CJ...
POST-OFFICE ESPTONAGE. REPORT FROM THE SECRET COMMITTEE RELATIVE TO THE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
POST-OFFICE ESPTON Bt-.roilX F BOM THE SECRET COMMITTEE EE LA.- j TITE TO THE POST-OFFICE. j By the Lordá committees appointed a secret com- ¡ millee to inquire into the slate of the law in j respect to the detaining and opening of letters i at the Post-office, and into the mode under which j the authority given for such opening and de- taining has been exercised, and to report their opinion anti observations thereupon to the house ; and to whom was referred the petition of Joseph Mazzini, of 47, Devonshire-street, Queen-square, complaining of his le' ters having been detained and opened at the Post-office, and praying for inquiry : Ordered to report-That the committee have met, and inquired into the subject referred to them, ! and have examined several witnesses in relation' j thereto. j The committee have n^t thought it necessary to ! 'attempt to define the grounds upon which the go-j vernment has exeicised the power afforded by pub- ! lie conveyance of letlers of obtaining each i...
HOBARTON MARKETS. — NOV. 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
HOBARTON MARKETS. - NOV. 19. Wu SAT, 3i 2d io 3s 9d per bushel ; oats, 1« lOd to ls M per buthel; t arley (Cape), 2s 3d ; do. (Knuiisti), la,«o 3» 6d ; tares, 12 j per bushel ; ha v, £3 to £3 Ss per too ; diilo pressed £i per ditto ; straw, £115i to £2 ; grass seed, ris. per buttiel. Flour, lat quality, £10 per toa ; ditto, 2nd ditto, £9 ditu>| bran. 8d per bushel ; pollard, ls ditto. Port Artbnr coals Gs to 10« pi-r ton ; Stdnej ditto, #1 ditto; she-oak. Cs 6d per ton; Gum 6s to 6s. Potatoes, £1 to £! 5s per ton; cabbage«, per ditto, ls $ cauliflowers, 2a to 2s 6d per dosen ; carrots, per cwt.3«i . ? >j eggs. 6d per dozen ; fowls. Is 6d to 2s ooaple ; daek&,4fc G&J ;^ per ditto ; geese, 4s each ; turkeys. Ss each ; butter freaky -:4¡ per lb. ts 2d to ls ; apples, 7s to IO« ptr bushel. Shingles (per thousand). 5s to 7* ; sawn timbar, fia a* &lt;* ^ per 10Q feet: potts abd r*j!s,21i toS6¿; paitac,4a Mfj' »If. ' " . ' |||
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
Äppositt tfjt Offices of n)e Sortrlj ^tuitralfan Company, SUKDLE -STREET. BUNKIN ¿"BRYANT, Corn Factors, and General Commission Agents, J J AVE, in addition lo the above stores, taken the spacious premises belonging to the South Australian Company, in Flinders-street. By a constant communication with purcha [ sers, they are at all times enabled to effect sales to the best advantage; and, having the means of obtaining correct information as to the state of the markets, both here and in the other co I lonies, have no doubt of being able to execute all commissions with which they may be in- trusted, to the satisfaction of .their employers. They are prepared to warehouse grain, upon which advances can be obtained, if required, or to ship for parties wishing to export their own produce ; and can furnish every information as to the expenses and probable returns. The rates of storage, tables of which may be obtained at their stores, in Rundle street, are so io iv, that every settler will a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
¿ales bp Auction. VIRESERYED SAM« Tuesday, the 7th January. MESSRS LAMBERT & SON wm »eil by public auction at their rooms, Hindley .treet, on Tuesday (this day) the 7th January, 1845, at 12 o'clock - HQO bags potatoes J00 gig and riding whips Bridles, head stalls, and cruppers 20 doe. table knives and forks . Capital iron safe 20 kegs paint Trowsere, dresses, thread, and suudries 30 dozen shovels per Hawk Splendid Lot of Cattle, O« FRIDAY. jyjESSRS LAMBERT & SON will sell by public auction, at their stock-yards, Hiadley street, on Friday the 10th January, at twelve oxlock A very superior lot of Cattle, worthy the atten- tion of settlers. AND A well bred Durham Bull. npHE FURNITURE, icc., of L»wis GILLES, Esq., going to England, will be submitted to oublie sale, by J. B. NKALBS, on Wednesday Jan. the 8lb. .Will bc Published in a few days, a new Work, en til led COMMERCE: ITS & A W ^ i Their ANTI - CHRISTIAN SPIRIT; their A.NTI COKSTITDTIONAL Character; their P...
GARDENERS' CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
GARDENERS« CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. Sow cauliflower, brocoli, îjweoish turnips, cabbages, ee'ery, and seakale. Prepare the ground for potatoes, which may be planted towards the close of the rr oath. 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, cucumbers, &r., &o. In dry «eather the fine sorts may be watered in the evenings. ?MBWMSMBSHMMMHSSSBSMIiaHiBMMHHWBMICBBMBBBaMM j
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE January 6, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE January ß, 1845. Wheat. 2»9dto Ss par boab«] Floor, fin«. £9per ton .Moods. £7 10s per ditto Pollard. 10dper20Ib« Br» ..,. Si to 9d per boihel Barley, English ................. 3a 3d lo Ss 6d ditto Cape.. ls 9d to 2s 6d ditto Skinless................ 2s 9d ditto Bread.,. 5d p?r 4-lb loaf Biscuit ....................... 10« to 15« per cwt Oats. 2s 9d to Ss per bnabel Mai««. Ss to 3s 3d ditto P«ai, whit....... Sdperlb .loo. 4d ditto Hey................. £2 I Caper toa Oat«» ditto. £2 to £2 1 Ss ditto MTCHSH's M BAT. Beef. 3|d to 4d par lb Mutton .,. 2fd to 3d-ditto Veal and pork...«. 4d to 6d ditto Lamb ..v... 3d to 4d ditto FoDLTRT. Fowls. 2s to 2s 6d per pair Dueks ....... i. Ss to 4s per pair Gees« -. 4sto7soaob Turkeys. 7* to 10a each Wild docks. ls per pair Pigeooa. ls 6d per pair BAIRT PRODUCE. Batter, fresh . 8d to 9d per lb Cheese.». 6M to 9d per lb Milk ......................... 4d per quart Eggs . 8 J per dozen CATTLE, ETC. Bollocks £4 ...
IOWAY INDIANS. [COLONIAL GAZETTE, AUGUST 10.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
¡ IOWAY INDIANS. j [CO LON J AL GAZETTE, Al'G'fST 10.} I j THE Ojibbeway Indians, who lately exhibited at ? I these rooms under, circumstances of so much public ! j interest, are now succeeded by a party of Ioways, j j fourteen of whom have placed themselves under ¡ J the respectable protection of Mr Catlin. They be- j long to a tribe which inhabits the Upper Missouri, ¡ in a district about six hundred miles from that of the Ojibbeways. There can be little doubt that this new exhibition of the " Red Indian" will be at- tended with success. The specimens of the tribe have not been chosen for their personal appearance; but principally for their reputation for their valour and integrity which (bey enjoy among their own people, and upon which account the President of the United States gave them permission to leave their native prairies and visit the shores of Europe. The head of the troop is a worthy rejoicing ia the name of " White Cloud," and he is designated as the first «bief of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
" ^outfe australian" GENERAL PKQMTQÍMS E8YÄ®M"SHIR»SMT. fip H E 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 be ean poiut to work which bas issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in tht colony. btThe motto of this Office shall be 1.'"Cheapness, neatness,punctuality,and dispatch" Printing Office, Î Rundle-street. Nov. ll, 1844. \ The proprietor of this journal, on investigating various'matters connected with his recent purchase, finds thßt he will bc able to make some changée, which, he thinks, will be advantageous both to him self and to the public. In (he 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 lie proposes to make changes as follows :-In plzce of charging 3*. 6d. f...
SETTLERS WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
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 in 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 pre- sent, not considering the samples sufficiently dry for storing. Gape Barley continues without any deviation. Hay still continues on the decline in price, but good bay will sell. The market is completely glutted with inferior samples. Bacon and Hams, of superior qualities, are sale* able and in demand. Butter continues to decline, and the quality most be very good to realize 7d per lb. Cheese, of the better kind, is in demand, and v¡H sell readily, but no deviation in price. Eggs...
Colonial Markets. SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
Colonial föarjtets. SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER 30. Wheat, 3s 6d per bushel ; fine flour, 9s 6d per hundred ; second ditto, Ss 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 6d 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.
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
I CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. Om spirits, (he produce and manufacture of thc United Kingdom or any British possession, purgation... 0 8 0 All other spirits. 0 lt 0 Wine ..............15 per cent, cd awiorem Tea, sager, coffee, floor, meal, wheat, ric«, and other grain and pulse imported.. .6 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 * 0 Other manufactured tobáceo and snuff. 0 S 0 All other tobacco (except tobacco s'ems) .... 0 I 6 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent All merchandise not bein? the produce or nana» faoture ol' the United Kingdom 10 per cent. All other goods (British included), 5 per cent. The following articles ate exempt from duty, namely, bottle« of common glass, if imported full, bullion and «oin, lire steak of all kinds, seeds, bulbs, and plan's.
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
WOOL SALES. WE subjoin a report of the South Australian wool sold in the latter eud of .1 u I y and begin- ning ol' August : - Ex Conair, from .\de!a*de. Gooch & Co., Chequer Yard. VVB, 5 bales iambs t-km, ls 5d ; I do., Is ; I *kio, do. | 3 dr-.. Is 3.1 ; 2 do.. U 4-i. Messrs G. E. browne & Co. Dowgate Dork, Upper 7 hamcs-siree'. SK unïcr HWP, 3, ls 4Jd ; 4. ls 5Jd ; 10. ts Sd ¡ 3, Jira -.gñtl, Is 4£ií ; f», lambs, ls 5 I ; 1 skin, I« S.'. JAP, 3, »kin, ls 6£ I ; 1 2, do,, ls 61 ; 2. do. U 2$ J ; 2, ocks, &r" ts 3&lt;i ; 3. lamls, ls 4Jd ; l.gie«sv. Iud; I, skin, Is 4£&lt;J ; I, pa.t grea-y, 8J ; I, locks, ts f JI ; 4, gieasp, Sj-l. R. xi liiamon-l. us'!f.r HWP, 9, 3, grease, ls 6£l ; 4,do.# 1 s 7-1 ; 1. lamb*, is 3|d. HWP, l-l. 7. lamb*, ls4£l ; I, damaged, ls 3J.1. TLS under H W tl, 4, damaged, is 5j&lt;i. Triangle, actual German lams*, 2, daoiaged, !» 6 '.
LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
I LATEST DATES FRO« I BraV-n (direct).. . . . Sept. 10 j America...August 24 ¡ Cape of Gool Hope._.November 21 j Mauritius....:.. August 12[ East Indies. .... Augujt I China. September 1 \ Singapore. September 12 j Sydney..November 30 New Zealand. October fi Port Phillip.December IO Van Diemen's Land. November SO Swan River.October fi Portland Bay.December 14
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
VESSELS EXPECTED. From Leith-Tb« schooner Sant Pareille, Capt. Brodie, ic about a month. Fro ai the Mauritius--Th« barque Guiana, Captait* Daft*, daily. From Sydney-Tba brig Dorset, Walsh, daily, and tba brig Emma, Fox, in a few days. From Hobart Tona-The schooner Elise, Chard, master, daily. FREIGHTS. To Leo-Jon and Liverpool, Wool, per lb.... *' Oil, per toa-. " Bark. " Other good«.. To Hobart Town, per toa.......21s to To Launceston, per ton. Te Port Phillip, per ton.15s to Te Sydney, per ton.£1 to " Wheat, per bushel. Te Mauritius, per ton.. To Swan River, per toa.£% to lid to 1 Jd 4 10 0 4 10 0 4 to £4 10 1 IO 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 lao 0 JO &lt;$ 2 10 0 5 10 0
WHARFAGE DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845
WHARFAGE DUES. si ft d I Pip« er puncheon. 0 1 . Hogshead or tierce..... 0 0 9 Barrel or keg.. t 0 S Crate, cask, or bale not exceeding haifa toa weight or measurement ... .. 01A Ditto, exceeding half a ton. 0 S 0 Chest of tea. 000 Half chest or box sf tea, bag of sugar, coffee, ric«, tobacco, or hops. 0 0 3 Doxen of oars, or 1.COO shingles. 0 O t Doxen spades or shove's .... 0 O 3 Bottle of oil. paint, or turpentine........ .... 003 Small package n^totherwive enumerated...... 0 0 3 100 deals. 0 2 « 100 stares. 0 1 t Four wheeled carriage .................... 0 fi 0 Twow heeled carriage... 0 3 0 Tea af good« sot otherwise enumerated ...... 0 3 O