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HARBOUR DUES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

HARBOUR DUES. Coasting vessels under 16 lens ld per toa outwards, and Id inward*. Ali other vessels 3 I per ton each war. Vessels anchoring outside the bar. half da««.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

*: .7 EXPORTS. <3argo of tiu^ltóg Prince Albert, Craib, master, cleared out for Lpîâloa.-112 bales wool, and ll tons bark, Baker; 116bales wool, 3 casks tallow, 1629 bushels wheat, 1 bale skins, 1 case wine, 1 box specimens, I bag flour. Hagen & Co. ; 1052 cwt copper ore, Monta cute Mining Co. ; 3 bales wool, Newman ; 8 casks gum, H. Calton; 67 bales wool, Newland; 17 bales Wfibl, I case wine. Hardy; 55 bales wool, H. Giles; 3£%&lgs wool, Phillips ; 100 bags flour, 40 bags wheat, Paxton; 14 bales wool. Stocks ; 81 bales wool, Elder. Passengers-Mr and Mrs Russell, Mr Newland and son, Mr Dalziel.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

IMPORTS. -Cargo of the William Wise, from London.-1 case, Wa- terhouse and Co ; 1 bale, 3 casks, A. Lr. Elder ; 9 crates, 1 box, H. W PhillipB ; 8 hhds., I ease, j Hamilton and Co. ; 10 bales, A. L. Elder; I case, J. Roberts i 4 » hbds., C. and F. J. Beck ; 12 hhds., A. Blyth ; 1 box, R. Gouger ; 12 cases, 1 bale, S. Stocks, » i tjhn^PHLÇo. ; 4 cases, 1 cask, J.BIunden.,83 bandies, ^-luaBBc-l PTÑét°jr* 1 press bottom, 1 table, I cylinder, 4 pillara. 2 boxes/1 basket, A. Hardy; 2 casks, W. f-^V^Ktaß^S^»f»t 2 boxes, 1 parcel, as addressed ; 3 Jwáe«^v'-4*d^ytíbales, 3 boxes, A. L. Elder, I case. * P'iaÉftj^h" ^ bales. Little ; 1 box, J. Batley; 8 '"^SÊÊÊ^^W^I^ 1 case, J. H. Angas ; ll cases, T. ^^^^I ms, M. Moorhouse ; 24 cases, 1 bale, 2 caaes^^^myley ; 1 carpet bag, Stakeman; I box, cases. Order; 2 cases. Bank of I Australia j^lplmndles. J. Baker ; 1 case, J. B. Ans Íen^*2^ctt», order ; 3 baskets. J. Ellis; 6 cases, 2 bales,G. Bean; 43 cases, E. L. Montefiore ; 1 box, I F. Boddiajg; ...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRAL* AN SIR-The accompanying number of the Leices- ter Chronicle has been received by the late mail from England, and I wish to draw your attention to one of a series of letters on South Australia, which have been written hy a young maa lo whom, some two years back, when resident in the bush, I exercised the rites of hospitality. Whatever opinion lhere may boas to the general accuracy or value «if these letters, tht-re are some statements respecting the natives, and their treatment by the settlers, which appear to my mind so false, aud so revolting, as to demand some notice ; especially as they are are pub- lished in one of the most respectable and widely circulated of the English provincial papers. The statements are as follows: They (the natives) «offer the first three or four children to live, after which number they kill them, and as I have been mote than oace informed, they eit them. I have not the slightest dnout they are cannibals, in the falles...

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VESSELS IN HARB[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

VESSELS IN HARB ) . ALBATROSS (cutter), 13 ton«, Dojlt, master, from Port Iineoln. BLENG (barque), 250 tons, Hugh Stewart, master; ¡ia th« stream, loading for Liverpool. W. Younghusband, agent. B RANKEN MOOR {«bip), 400 tens, Carr, master; dis- charging cargo fran Loados. Htjsa & Co., agents. HAWK (sehooncr), III ton j. Brown, master; at the Queen's Wharf. W. Younghusband agent. JOHN HEYES (barque), 550 toos, G. W. Woodwar', master ; st th« M* Lares Wharf, loading for f <oado*. G. Young, agent. JOHN PIRIE (schooner), 106 loos, at the M<Laren Wharf ; refining. Hagen Sc Co.. agents. LIGHTNING (schooner), 160 tons. Robertson, master; hom London and the Cape. Uuaee & Thomson agents« PRINCE ALBERT (bris), 280 toas» Cratb, master; sails this day for Loa ion. Hagen and Co., agents. YA R£ (brig), BOO tons. Harding, master ; at the M« Laren Wharf; loading for Loudon. Hagen and Ce., agents. WILLIAM WISE (brig), 240 tons, Lowe, master ; just arrived from L...

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CONCLUSION OF THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

CONCLUSION OF THE RACES. THE proceedings on the racecourse on Wednesday and Thursday last, as reported in our Friday's issue, were such as would lead people to suppose that sufficient sport had been had for one occasion. On both these days the race ground presented a most animated appearance. Almost every in- dividual indeed, man, woman, and child, left I Adelaide for the scene of general amusement, not to mention many hundreds who came in from the various districts of the country. The two days sport did not, however, satisfy mauy of the sporting characters, and on Friday a very large as- semblage again congregated on the course to witness the competition for the Innkeeper's Plate and the Galloway Stakes. The racing this day was as follows : 1.-THE INNKEEPER'S FLATS. Value £30, and entrance £2 each. Weights for age. Heats-Once round and a distance. The winner of the Ladies' Purse and horses entered for the Town Plate not allowed to run. The running was as follows : Mr Wilkinson's b....

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MAILS. General Post-office, Jan. 7, 1845 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

MAILS. General Post-office, Jan. 7, 1845 j Mails for Port Phillip, by the Btankenmoor, will be closed this day. Mails for Great Britain, by the Bleng, to Liverpool, will be closed on Wednesday the 8th instant. JOHN WATTS, Postmaster General.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOOK ALMANACK. -We beg to direct the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the above al mau ac k. In it a faithful summary is given of what the work contains ; and we feel certain, from the labor and care which has been bestowed upon it, that it will give satisfaction to the purcha- sers. We have been assured by candid per- sons, that the Town and Country Directories, containing the names and addresses of 1,117 colonists, are alone worth the money. The price is only 2s. 6d. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-GRAND CONCERT. -We are delighted to hear that the friends of the Church of England are proceeding with great activity in collecting funds for repairing and renewing Trinity Church. Already as will be seen by an advertisement tn another column, a large sum has been collected, and it has been determined that a grand concert shall be given, in aid of the building fund, on the 14th February next, being thc day fixed for the annual exhibi- tion of Agricultural and Hor...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT —THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

PROROGATION Of PARLIAMENT -.THE QUEEN'S SPEECH, PARLIAMENT was prorogued on tue 5th Sept., by commission. The Royal Commissioners were thc Lord Chancellor, the Duke of Wellington, the Duke of Buccleuglt, the Earl of Delawarr, the Earl of Dalhousie, and Lord WharncUffe. The Royal assent having been given to several Bills. The Lord Chancellor read her Majesty's Speech as follows : - My Lords and Gentlemen, We are commanded by Her Majesty, in relieving you froto further attendance in Parliament, to cypress to y«u the waria acknowledgments of Her Majesty for die zeal aol assiduity with which you have applied yourselves to Ute discharge of your public duties during a laborious and protracted session. The result has been the completion af many legislative measures, calculated to improve the administrât ian of the law, and to promote the public welfare Her Majesty bas given ber coidiai assent to the bill which yon presented to her M¿je*ty far regu'ating the i-sne of Bank Notes, and fer con...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING COMPANY. THE annual general meeting of this Company was held at the office, 54, Old Broad-street, on Tuesday week, ¡Vlr Divett, M.P., in the chair. From the report it appears that the past year has been one of deep concern to the local j Board and Manager, and also to the Court in j London ; they, however, felt justified in an- nouncing, that the capital was safe. The profits of the ordinary business at Adelaide amouuted to £6,883 for the year ending 27th November last. The Court having decided on deducting the sum of £3,831 of bad debts lately ascer- tained, the sum remaining as actual profits was insufficient to equal the dividend account, and a balance of £4,845 would therefore stand at the debit of profit and loss. There would be a cessation of dividend for one year. The report was unanimously approved. AUSTRALASIAN BANK.-We have received a report of an important meeting of the above Bank, a summary of which we must reserve till pur next.

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IMMIGRATION. EXTRACT OF A PRIVATE LETTER FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

IMMIGRATION. SS TB ACT QF A PW* ATE LEITER FROH LOUDON. THE subject of importing labour from China and India has been brought under the notice of the Colonial Laud and Emigration Commis- sioners. The reply is as follows : Park-street, Westminster, August 7, IS44. I have laid before the Colonial Laad sad Emigration Commissioners your letter of the 3rd instant, enquiring whether they have received advices from the Governor of South Australia, and whether soy measures have been adopted towards resuming emigration to that colony. Ia reply, T am directed to state, that since the repeal of tho acts establishing the colony of South Australia, no direct Communications passed between tho Governor and the Commissioners ; bat I am to acquaint you, tbat before the receipt of your letter, the Secretary of State had intimated that it was the intention of her Majesty's Government to employ the small sum at their disposal, arising from th« recent land sales in the colony, in sending out emigrants t...

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LAWYERS UP IN ARMS. [ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

LAWYERS ÜP IN ARMS. ÍJAKGO?.] j THE missionaries haye their rights to maintain, even at the cannon's mouth. The tailors, when they had a strike, vowed to defend their privi ieges even to the needle's poiut. The doctors, surgeons, and apothecaries are at this hour jealously prepared to support their owu preten- sions. The Churchmen are obliged to be up and stirring, for old doctrines are assailed. The drapers* assistants, the Queen"« household, the uavy, chimney sweeps, drivers of dog carts, coal merchants, loan societies, art unions, "visit- ing societies and lay readers," the Jews, letter carriers, publicans, gambling house keepers, Romau Catholics, and numerous other classes of men have been called upon Ju their turu to look to their own interests, and now no less au influential body than the legal profession have met to "consult" one another on the following subjects - " A meeting of members of the legal profes- sion was held last night at the chambers of Mr Clarke, in Bedford-ro...

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COMET. (FROM THE S. A. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOV. 6) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

COM Ef, J (mos THE !. 4. CO3151 ERO*L ADVEftllSEn, NW. 6 ) Mr DEAR SIR.-The Comet discovered by Mon. Mau« vais last Ja y, is «ow visiting our ílerai-pl^re and has b»ea observe 1 every night «ince the 27,h ultimo. Although not vet visible to the naked eye, its increasing brilliancy leave« no doubt that it »ill becom: so ; at present it may be seen ivitb a moderate sixed telescope (rem 3 o'clock a.m., until dayligh'. 'Chis morora;, notwithstanding the proximity of the moan, the ou:!ine cf a parabolic figure with a cen len*-d nebulous bsad io the fosus could be distinctly tract*!. About the I4tii December, the d's'ance of the Coaiet from th« Earth wi 1 be nearly 95 millions of miles,-at present ti>e dislance is aLout ICO millions of miles. The following approximate elements of the orbit, together with an ephemeris, may interest the public, and if you cao find a niche for them in your paper in conjunction with thia not es, you «ill much oblige Your'« very truly, Tnoj. 'MACI.C&amp...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

SCOTLAND. TUESDAY was a great festival on Che banks of the Doon. The population of Ayr, Ayrshire, and a gre at part of Scotland, assembled in the neighbourhood of Burtie's monument. Alloway Kirk, and the humble cottage which «aw the poet's birth, to give the sons of Burns a wel I come home again. 'Lord Eglington was in the chair at the dinner ; and the occasion appears tu have roused that amiable Mid spirited youno; nobleman to a glow uf manly eloquence beyond even » hat we, although friendly disposed, could have expected from him. Professor Wilson - Christopher North-was vice-chairman, and addres«ed the meeting in a ¿train which became alike the man upon whom has devolved the high task of instructing the pupils of the Metropolitan University of Scotland in moral science, and him who is gifted with the all sympathising instinct* of a poet. And yet the most striking feature of the festival, perhaps, was a long and dense procession of " the pedsauts of Sootland," in their broad blue b...

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Select Poetry. THE BURNS FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

THE BURNS FESTIVAL. J [BY DELTA.] Stir the beal-fire, wave the banner, Bid the thundering cannon sound Il end the skies with acclamation, Stan the woods and waters round Till the echoes of our gathering Turn the world's admiring gaze To this act of duteous homago Scotland to her poet pays, fill the banks and braes with music. Be it loud and low by turns This we owe the deathless glory, That the hapless fate of burna. Bora within the lowly cottage To a destiny secure, Dooat'd, through youth's exulting epring-tinw. But to labour and endure Yet Despair he elbow'd from him ; Nature breathed with holy joy. In the hues of morn and evening, On the eyelids of the boy ; And his country's genius bound him Laurels for hts sun-burn'd brow. When inspired and proud she found him, Like Elisha, at the plough. On, exulting in his magic, Swept the gifted peasant on Though his feet were on the green-ward. Light from heaven around him shone : At his conjuration, demons Issued from their darkness drear;...

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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. BY an accident we mislaid the paper containing the subjoined extract, which was read by ¡Voble Grand Hughes, at the late dinuer at (he Odd Fellows' Hall. We now supply the omission : "Somecuiions statistical details, illustrative of the present state of this extensive fraternity, were laid before the Grand Metropolitan Lodge, at its lat« anniversaty meeting. It appears ihit on the 1st of April last, when the returns we:e made up, there were in England and Wales 3,840 lodges, 325,000 members, showing an in crease of 450 lodges, and 23,000 members over the previous year's returns. The subscriptions for this year amounted to £352,583 ; the expen- diture to £300,000 ; leaving a balance of £52,583 in favor of the association. The toial amount of property belonging to the Order (in- cluding pictures, flags, banners, lodge parapher- nalia, official apparel, and various insignia) was estimated at £700,000. Amongst the enrolled members are 130 Members of Par...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. A meeting of the members of this institution was held yesterday, J. Morphett, Esq., in the chair, for the purpose of discussing two resolutions by the committee, which have recently appeared in the Adelaide newspapers, and for the appoint- ment of office-bearers. One of the resolutions was, that the secretary should get £52 per annum, and £5 for every ten members joining after l»t Jan., and that the rooms of the institution should be opened daily for eight or nine hours. The other resolution was, that the whole-available money (£120) should be sent to Englaod, and (hat no expense should be incurred for secretary or rooms until the books arrived. A keen discussion ensued, in which it was stated, in support of the resolution for sending the money to England for books. 1. -That the primary object for which sub- scriptions were made was to get books. 2. -That these could not be got in the colony, or, at all event«, not books of the proper descr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 January 1845

DIED. —Friday 3rd instant, after a lengthened mental affliction, Sarah, the beloved wife of William Pearce, late of     Rundle-street, aged 37 years.

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DR. LEICHARDT'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845

DR. LEICHARDT'S EXPEDITION". As Dr. Leichardt'* expedition overland from New South Wales to Port Essington has excited con siderable interest here, we quote nearly entire the journal of one of the explorers, who was obliged to return, ir» consequence of the party having lost part of their provisions, and a of deficiency of wild , animals. The next Intelligence from the party will be extremely interesting: NORTHERN EXPLORATION. To (he Editors of (he Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN-Imagining you msy take r.r* in:erest in thc fate of the expedition ander Dr. Leichardt, 1 beg to forward to you a ehoit sketch of out proceeding0? up to the period of my leaving them. O a October let we left the last inhabited station on the Darling Downs, and after proceeding for seven miles N.W., over a most beautiful plain, camped at a small creek running from »he main range; Craig Range bearing N. 65° E. Thermometer, sundown, 58?. October 2.-Our bullocks los', October 3.-Thermometer, sunris», 32,?. W« ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845

NEW" ZEALAND. ¡THE disastrous-state of the various settlements of New Zealand, the Wairoa massacre, and the grievous embarrassments of the New Zealand j Company, had caused Parliament to appoint a i committee of enquiry upon the whole subject. That committee had made a very able report. I It traces most of ihe difficulties which have occurred in New Zealand, 1-To tba omission on tlie part of Government to assume the so vereignty and property of unoccupied lands. 2-To the want of firmness by the Local Go vernment in treating with the natives ; and they suggest a number of remedial measures now to be adopted. The claims of the New Z< aland Compauy upon the Government are also dis tinctly recognised. This is a great triumph for the latter, and on the strength of it they intend immediately to resume operations. We have only space to-day for the resolutions of the Parliamentary Committee, among which will be found one highly honorable to his Excellency Governor Grey : - BE80X....

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