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THE PARKHURST BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
THE PARKHURST BOYS." IN order to relieve the apprehension of those who are opposed to the introduction of these boys into the province, we publish below the correspondence which has taken place on the subject, alluded to in our last. It will be seen that there is no danger whatever of any steps being taken for sending ont the youths, unless the principal settlers are in favor of the measure : London, August 28th, 1844. Dear Sir-The subject of sending oqt to South Australia; some of the most promising of the boys from Parkhurst Pa eon, was sometime ago under discussion at Adelaide. The general opinion was unfavorable. 'Mr Giles was inclined io* ta aka the experiment, and thought by proper care being «&lt; prcised as to the settlers to whose care the boys were entrusted, «nd as to the localities where they were placed, the result might be decidedly beneficial to all parties. The considera tion of the «ni jec*, with an extension of the plan, to include the Pentonvilld Prison, h...
The South Australian. ADBLAIDE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1845. THE "DORSET," FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
Çfte ^ouri) Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JANOARY 10, 1S45 THE DORSET," FROM SYDNEY. THIS regular and most punctual trader has again arrived from Sydney, bringing files of newspapers to Saturday 21st ultimo. Tn another column will be found a report of the markets as at the latest date. The intelligence from England was only up to 21st August. Matters, commercially speaking, were rather im proving, in- consequence -of the wool season, but politically they are in a very unsatisfactory «tate. The Legislative Council have discovered that the body politic is gangrened by six great grievances, which their committee have denominated, 1-Civil List. 2 - District Councils. 3-Responsible Go vernment. 4-Police and Gaols, ô-Want of legal remedy against the Crown. 6-Independence of Judges. The first is termed the monster griev ance, and arises in consequence of the Home Go vernment having reserved £80,000 of the re venues, in reference to the appropriation of which the Council were to have no con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
S&Ieg br> auction. The elegant shop lately occupied by Mr McEuen, and now at a weekly tenanlcy to Mr Joseph, next door to MR PAXTON, CHEMIST. a freehold unencumbered property-cost near £2000. JOHN BENTHAM NEALES has been honored with instructions to offer the above valuable property on Saturday next, the 11th January. The elegant fixtures are highly finished ; thc premises have lately undergone a complete repair ; the cellar is large and dry ; the upper north win dows command an extensive scene ; and the whole concern may well be said to'be'lhe JVc plus ultra ot a commercial establishment. UText Saturday. CATTLE AND MERCHANDISE. JOHN BENTHAM NEALES will sell Cows, horses, carts. AFTER WHICH, Furnitur«, drapery, wine, beer, &c. TERMS, CASH. Mr. Castles*« Hor»e». (FIRST NOTICE.) ** Matilda," the'celebrated 4-year old Miare, The well-known and Highly-prized Horse " Gratis.11 JOHN BENTHAM NEALES will submit the above valuable stock to public competition the latter end...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
VESSELS EXPECTED. From London-A vessel with emigrante. From Leith-The schooner San» Pareille, Capt. Brodie, ia about a month. From the sfaeritius-The barque Guiana, Captain Duff, daily. From Sydney-The brig Emma, Fox. in a few days. From Hebert Tewa~Theschooner Elita, Chard, master, daily. From Germany-A vessel with emigrants.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up ta January 9.) IMPORTED COODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
_____ -__-M-mmmm-m--> WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up ta January 9.) IMFO&TBD COODS. AI«, light -strong .. -bottled. Bacon . Bags, 3-busbel . Blankets .«....»«- -- - Blue.- . Candles, wax .. -sperm ......... -moulds ......... Canvas .....«....«... Casks. Cedar, in log ......... &lt; -in boards.. . Cigars, Manilla, in bond Coals .....,......«.. Coffee,. Copper, sheathing. -Nails ..r......... Cordage, English. -Manilla!.. Corrosive Sublimate .... Crystals bf Soda .... ?. Currants... Deals, 9 by 3 ...., - 11 by 3 . per hhd per barrel per dozen do. .....each per pair per lb. do. do. i- do. per bolt par tun per foot do. .per 1000 per ton per lb. . do. do. per cwt. do. per lb. per cwt. per lb. per foot do. £6 io £C 6« £4 10s to £S 9i . 6d ls 9d to2s 8s 6d to 20s ls Od to ls 3s 2s 9d to 3s Od 2s to 2s 3d 6d 42s to 45s, 42s 4d Sd 75s to 80» 40s to 50a 4d to Sd ls 3d 2s 3d 50s to 56» aOs to 40« 6s 12s to 18s 7d to 8d 8d (scare«) lOd (scar««} Figs.per lb. Ginger, Ja...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
VESSELS IK HARBOUR. DORSET (brig), 89 tons. Walsh, f rom Sydney. ALBATROSS (antler), 13 toe*, Doy!», matter, from Port I maota. BLENG (barque), 250 tons, Hugh Stewart, master; ia the stramm, loading for Liverpool. W. Younghusband, agent. B RANKEN ii OOH (ship), 400 tons. Carr, master; dis charging cargo from London. Hacen & Co., agents. HAWK (schooner), 111 tons, Brown, master; at th« Qaeen'u Wharf. W. Yoengha*baad agent. JOHN HEYES (barqua), 350 tons, G. W. Woodward, master ; at the M*Laren Wharf, loading for London. G. Young, agent. JOHN PIRIE (schoener), 106 tons, at ike M'Laren Wharf ; refitting. Hagen & Co., agents» LIGHTNING («chooner), 160 tons. Robertson, master; from London and the Cape. Bunee & Thomson agents. PRINCE ALBERT (brig), 280 tons, Crain, master; sails this day for Lonioo. Hagen and Co., agents. TARE (brig), 3Û0 tons. Harding, master ; at the M'Laren Wharf; loading for London. Hagan aud Co., agents. WILLIAM WISE (brig), 240 tons. Lowe, mas...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
IMPORT!. Cargo of the Dtrset, from Sydney.-4 puncheons whiskey, 2 bales paper, 1 case wheel boxes, 1 ease wire cloth, I pair mill stones, A. L. Elder; 96 boxes soap , 2 casks hardware, 3 casks vinegar, 2 bales and 1 case slops, 2 cases paper, 1 case glass, I trunk shoes, S packages furniture, 1 case drugs, 75 logs cedar. 12 coils rope, t bale rope, I cask, twine, 1 case confectionary, «I cask, Solomon ; ] package cigars, 1 case cigars. 6 kegs tobacco, 2 puncheons whiskey, J. Newman ; 2 cases slops,Harnett; 30 tierces beef, Beck ; 1 case groceries, 2£ chests tea, 1 cask earthenware, 1 chest hardware, 6 bags sugar, Murphy; 3 cases stationery. 2 cases snuff, 2 cases slops» 1 case hats, 2 dozen spades, 1 dozen frying pans, 2 casks iron mongery, 1 package glass, 1 bundle sheet iron, 1 bundle wire, 1 case ironmongery, Order ; 1 case haberdashery, I j case black lead, 3 cases dried apples, 3 chests tea, 2 cases apparel, R.Sanders; 4 cases, Anslow ; 1 case, M'Farlane ; 1 case, Jacobs; ll ca...
LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
LATEST DATES FROM Britain (direct).SepUW America.Aogust 2* Cape of Goo 1 Hope ...............November 21 Mauritian. August IS East ladies.August China...- September I Singapere. September 19 Sydney. December21 New Zealand.November lt Port Phillip.'. December IÖ Van Diemen's Land. November SO Swan River.-. October 6 Portland Bay. December H
LORD STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
LORD STANLEY. LORD STANLEY accepts the Chiltern Hundreds, and wiyjdra«> from thc lower house of Parliament, j In n.aking this announcement, we are satisfied that no personai pique or political disagreement has in any way influenced the noble Loni-there is no split in the Cabinet-on the contrary, we believe j that there never was a time when greater tinnn j imity prevailed, although Lord Stanley's retirement ¡ from tlu: House of Commons must be a matter of j deep regret to his colleagues and the Conserva ive j party. But the public do not lose the benefit of . his Lordship's cervices. His withdrawal from ihe , scene of his triumphs-, and hom the walls whir!: j have long echoed with his brilliant eloquence, and ? the enthusiastic cheers of Inn admiring and j astonished hearers, is only preparatory to his i c I moya! to the House of Teers. Lord Stanley retain* the seals of the Colonial Office and his stat in thy Cabinet; and, however severely his lo^s may he felt in the House of Com...
Colonial Markets. COMMERCIAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
Colonial ittavUctö. COMMERCIAL REVIEW. BUSINESS has been remarkably quiet among the wholesale houses during the week, the shop keepers having good stocks on hand ; but in consequence of the daily arrival of wool team«, there is some activity prevailing in the reta i j department, the return drays taking up the annual supplies. A reaction may consequently be looked for with the new year. The prices of sugar, tea, and spirits remain as last quoted. Wool continues to realise remu nerating prices by the hammer; about 100 bales averaged ls. 3d. Locks and skin, 9 Jd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
tl " sboutô gCusualtau" . 6ENERAX PROCTOR!!© I§YA®M§lnllMIElNlT. HP HE Proprietor of the above Establishment beg! 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 poiut to work which has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled1 in th« colony. The motto of this Office «hall bc Chiapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, } Bundle-street, Nov. 1I, 1844. \ The proprietor of thu journal, on investigating carious matters connected with hts recent purchase, Jlnds 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 principles now universally adopted at home in the management of newspapers, and he proposes to make changes as follows :-^-In ! place of charging ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
MELBOURNE MARKETS.-DECEMBER 7. Large numbers of cattle have been disposed of during the week, both by public sales and pri vate bargain, and the market is still glutted. Cattle-Messrs Bear& Son, on Monday last, disposed of 55 head of fat cattle, consisting of cows and bullocks, averaging 47s per head, being about 8s per lOOIbs. The same auction, eers sold on the following day by private bargain, a large lot of lean steers at 30s each. Also, si lot of fat bullocks at 50s each, together with a ' lot of steers of inferior quality for the melting establishment, at 22s pernead. By private bar« gain Messrs Mickle and Lillburn disposed of a lot of 50 fat bullocks for shipment to V.D.Land, at £2 18s per head ; also another lot of 80 at £2 2s per head. Horses-At their weekly sale on Thursday last, Messrs Bear & Son, exhibited about 1$ horses, 12 of which found purchaser« at the fol lowing prices, viz., good hacks from 13 to 1$ guineas ; stock horses from 8 to 12 guineas. Mr. ...
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 20th, 1844. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 20th, 1844. EXPORTS. i OILS, &c- £ «. d. Sperm (firm).£60 to 64 0 0 Black £10 to. 17 0 0 Hides, each, 8s. to. O 9 0 Tallow, per ton (firm), £26 to. 28 0 0 Mess Beef, in tierce (Col.), £2 to.. 2 5 0 Horns and Tips, per 123, 8s. 6d. to 0 10 4 Soap, per ton, £20 to . 23 0 0| Candles, per lb., 3d. to............ 0 0 3 Colonial Tobacco ls. to. 0 I fi Walthall's. Ol« Wheat 3«. 4d. to. 0 3 9 Flour, 1st, per ton, £9 to. ll 0 Q. 2nd, £7 to.s 9 0 0 3rd, none COLONIAL REFINED S ii G A Rb Fine Loaves (large stock on hand) perib... 0 0 4f Tillers, none Crushed Lump, per cwt. 116 0 Pieces (very fine) per cwt. 1 13 0 Ditto, fine, per-cwt.. 1 8 Q Molasses, per ton.»..«....... 12 0- 0 IMPORTS. TEAS - Hyson-skin, best brands, £4 to.... 4 5 O Congou, per chest, £5 to.. 7 0 Ct Pekoe, per half chest. 2 10 O Gunpowder, per catty . 3 0 0 Hyson, per catty. 1 ld 0 SUGARS Manilla (firm) £24 to . 26 0 Q Mauritius, none Siam . 26 0 0 Sandwich leland, none Refined...
Cobernment Casette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
PROCLAMATION. BY his Excellency George Grey, Esquire, Gover nor and Commander - in - Chief of her Majesty's Province of South Australia, and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, ¿c., &c, &c. Whereas the undermentioned ordinances enacted by the Governor of South Australia, vrith the advice and consent of the Legislative Council were j passed in the seventh vear of her Majesty's reign, j viz. No. 2, of 1844, intituled " An Ordinance to authorise the Levying of Fees in the Slaughtering of Cattle." No. 3, of 1844, intituled "An Ordinance to prevent the extension of the Scab in Sheep." No. 5, of 1844, intituled " An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance of the Governor and Council of the Province, intituled ' An Act for giving relief to Imprisoned Insolvent Debtors, and to make pro vision for the Administration of Estates of Insol vent Debtors in South Australia,1 " which Ordi nances having been, by the Right Honorable L*trd Stanley, one of her Majesty's Principal Se...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
TO THE EDITOR OP THE REGISTER. I SIR-On accidentally coming into town on Sa turday afternoon, I was perfectly astonished to find a private letter of mine to the Reverend James Farrell in the columns of your Wednes day's paper. A letter, the writing of which, was known to no ooe but myself, and the party to whom it was addressed - a letter which I in tended to be known to none be i le, until the day when the secrets of all hearts shall be un veiled before the Creator and Judge of mankiud. What could induce Mr Farrell to publish such a letter in the newspapers, is more than I eau comprehend. Respect for (he ministerial cha racter, regard for the welfare of the Episcopalian community, and that charity vt ¡th which every one dight to be clothed who ministers in divine things, forbid meto suppose that lie inte ded it to elicit the bitter tirade against me which ap peared in your columns the very next day. But, whatever may have been his motive, since the public have been-on whom to lay t...
Local Rems. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
Local News. THE STORES IN FLINDERS-STREET.-It gives us much pleasure to perceive from an advertisement in another column that Messrs Bunkin & Bryant, the lessees of the stores in Flinders-street, have determined to meet the exigencies of the farmers by storing wheat and other produce on such terms as must meet the views of the most economical. There are many advantages to the farmer ia having cheap storage for his corn immediately on being reaped. He saves stacking and unstacking. He secures the corn from rain, fire, and vermin. He saves cartage when the roads are bad. His corn is always ready for the market, and, if he wishes to hold on till a rise takes place, he can do so at a moderate expense, and, at the same time, obtain an advance in proportion to the quantitity of grain that is stored. The merchant and chipper has also the advantage of getting delivery of large quantities without delay. This, by the experience of last year, cannot be got, unless the stores are filled...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
MARKET-HOUSE STORES &nbsp; Opposite the Offices of the South Australian Company RUNDLE -STREET. &nbsp; &nbsp; BUNKIN & BRYANT, Corn Factors, and General Commission Agents, HAVE, in addition to the above stores, taken &nbsp; &nbsp; the spacious premises belonging to the &nbsp; South Australian Company, in Flinders-street, By a constant communication -wilth purcha- sers, they are at all times enabled lo 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- 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 storag...
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND—MR MILNE AND THE "REGISTER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 10 January 1845
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND-MR MILNE AND THE " REGISTER." WE beg to direct attention to a correspondence in our fourth page, which Mr Milne has published, in consequence of the refusal by the Register to admit (without payment) his reply to the letter of " A Churchman." The following extract from the leading article of the Register, which should have appeared in the body of Mr Milne's advertisement on the last page, was overlooked till the form was made up : THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. We would direct attention to the letter from " A Churchman," vindicating the Rev. Mr Farrell from the charge of supine ness brought against him by Mr Milne. He admits and enlarges upon the want of clergymen ; but lays the blame upon the members of the Church, who have done nothing towards supporting the teachers they have had, still less to wards forming a fund for the support of more. He draws an unfavourable comparison between the Churchmen and Dis senters, but appears to give Mr Milne no credit for his in ter...