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From William Jerdan, Editor of the Literary Gazette. Literary Gazette Office, London, 17th July, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 17 January 1845

From William Jerdan, Editor of the Literary Gazette. Literary Gazette Office, London, 17th July, 1844. J Gentlemen -I have to acknowledge and thank you for intimating to me the kind invitation of the Directors to be present at the Burns Festival ; but I fear my engagements leave me little chance of enjoying so great a   pleasure in my native land. Should the possibility occur, I will throw myself upon your hospitality. Of Burns I am the most enthusiastic admirer. With his Sons I have had the honor of some intimacy, and I believe in one instance enjoyed an opportunity of show- ing my attachment, and serving one of. them, by intro* ducing him to Mr C. Grant (now Lord Glenelg), which led to his obtaining his appointment for India. This happened at a public dinner I got up in aid of the Mo- nument to the Poet at Dumfries, where Lord Aberdeen presided, and a considerable subscription was raised. From this you may surmise what interest I feel in your coming meeting, and how m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 17 January 1845

Salea br> faction. KnXWVWllA èoijOSEOM Itt EG S to announce to his friends and fellow . colonists, that having secured thoss large and commodious premises at the corner of Stephens Place and Rundle-atreet, which are so well adapted for the storage of goods of every description, he intends to recommence his old business as .£t#cf¿0fce«?9*y Commissi**»* .4g*t%89 «vites* .Appraiser* and can confidently refer to his experience in this business fer fourteen years in Sydney, and seven in Adelaide; during which period he enjoyed the confidence and support of bis numerous employers, and trusts he »ball merit a renewal of their favors. At thc sam« time, knowing that the present high duties and charges on merchandise leave very little chance of importers reaping any advantage from their exertions, he has resolved to make a consi- derable reduction in the commissions, as will be ssen on reference to his terms. As the oldest and most experienced auctioneer in the Colony, and th« immense vari...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 17 January 1845

\ NOTICE. I Genetal Registry Office, 13th January.-Notice is hereby given that, in compliance with the Act of Connell 5 Victoria, No. 12. section 32, for regulating marriages in the p'rovin&e of South Australia, the Reverend William Longbottom has been entered as an oliciating minister, within the meaning of the said ret. J. W. MACDONALD, Acting Registrar General. General Post-office, 14th January.-South Australia. Quarterly list of unclaimed Letters: Allen Tho«, Henry. Abrens Henry, A trill Daniel, Aylrag William, Appleby Joseph. Alen George, Alston Mr., Allen J. H., A. F. Boulding H. C., Buckland John B., Barfield Miss H., Bottrill Mrs., Biddle William, Bell Robert, Berkely Mrs.. Boyce Benjamin, Booth Bannister, Barton Henry, Bennett James. Botrall Josh., Brock John, Bowman Messrs John   and Wm., Bryan James, Baker Henry, Bencowe Mrs., Brazley William, Brown S., Brook Mr., Boots Thomas, Barnden James. Cole Nicholas, CHrk Stephen. CosdeW Thos., {Cobb Elijah, Ca...

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THE FINAL TOAST. BY DAVID LESTER RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

THE FINAL TOAST. BY DAVID LBSTE& RICHARDSON. j «*Are year glasses charged io the weat ead sooth ?" the Wor shipful Master cries ; «They are charged id tue west, they are charged in the tooth," are the «ardene* prompt replies. Then lo our fiaal toast to-night your glasses fairly drain " Happy to meet-sorry to part-happy to meet again." The Mesons' soets.1 brotherhood, around the festive board. Reveal a wealth more precious far than selfish misers' board ; They freely share the priceless stores that gênerons hearts contain '* Happy lo meet-sorry to pBrt-happy to meet again." We work like Masons free and tree, and, when our task is done, A merry song and a cheering glass are not unduly wen ; And only at our farewell pledge is pleasure touched with pain " Happy "to meet-torry to part-bappy to meet again. Amidst oar mirth we drink " lo ell poor Mksoaso'er the world" On every shore oar flag of. love is gloriously unfurled i We prize ea ob brother, fair or dark, who bears no mortal...

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COMMERCIAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

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 teams, there is some activity prevailing in the teiai( department, the return drays laking up the annual supplies. A reaction may consequently be looked for with the new year. The prices of sugar, tea, and spirits remain aa last quoted. Wool continues to realise remu nerating prices by the hammer; about 100 bales averaged ls. 3d. Locks and skin, 9|d.

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MONDAY, JAN. 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

MONDAT, JAM. 20. This morning two men. named Harry Hall earl Henry alias John Smith, were brought up under a warrant from Mr Blair, police magistrate at Portland Bay, on the charge of committing a burglary at the public-house called Merry ^ig, at Port Fairy, kept by Archibald M'Néil." Their identity was proved by Thomas Jones and Capt. Tolmer. " The prisoners were remanded till Wednesday next. f Wira Maldira, the Lake native, was again brought up on tue charge of murderiug Georg« M*G rath, on 2ud June, 1842. " \" ^ t;^ William Chace, laborer, waa ' .«rom7 anè examined-lt appeared from his evidence that witness, a man named Pugh, and McGrath were on their way ta Portland Bay, and were accom panied by the prisoner and three other blacks ; on the night of~3une 1st they encamped near Lake Alexandrina, the blacks sleeping alongside of them ; during'the night the White men were attacked ; witness and Pugh were very severely beaten, but managed to make their escape ; they never saw "McGrat...

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QUARTERLY LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. General Post Office, Adeladie January 14, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

QUARTERLY LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Ger-er*J Post Office, Adelaide January 14, 1845. Allen Tilomas Henry, Ahrens iTenry, Alrill Daniel, Arlin? William, Anp'eby Joseph, Alen George, Alston, Mr, Allen J, H..A.F Bonding H. C., Bockland John B" Bas ford Miss H., Bot mil Mrs.. Biddle William, Bell Robert. Bericely Ms., Bovce Benjnmi'*. Booth Bannister, Barton Henty, Bennett James, Potra ll Josh . Br ck John, Bowman, Mears John and Wm., Br van James. Baker Henty, Benrowe Mrs., Brazley William, Brown S , Brook Mr., Boots Thmnaa, Barnden Jame?. Co!e Nichol**, Clsrk Stephen, Cosdelow Tho»., Cobb Elijah, Cassidy Ssml., Coulter John, Craigie Alexander, Crook Henry, Cook ¡tí ss, Cai ter William, Cromwell Ja*., Coker William, ( hetlbam B. H., Craig John, Cowling Richard, Coate W..Corney John, Crooch Stephen, Co^le Mr cr Mrs., Canning Wiüiam. Colyer Stephen, Champion Mrs T.. Cock Wit ¡am. Corr Mr., Croxall W., Cook Wm., Constance Mr» C. Diamond Ann. Dawkins J «Mio. Dwyer Matt., Dreton Mr., Donn ...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 20th, 1844. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

I SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 20lh, 1844. EXPORTS. OILS, &C.- £ s. d. Sperm (firm).£G0 to Gt 0 0 Black £15 to. 17 O O Hides, each, 8*. lo . O 9 (I Tallow, per ton (firm). £26 to. 28 0 0 Mess Beef, in tierce (Col.), £2 lo.. 2 5 O Horns and Tips, per 123, 8s. Gd. to 0 10 4 Soap, per ton, £20 lo . 23 0 0| Candles, ner lb., 3d. lo. 0 0 3 Colonial Tobacco ls. to ..«. 0 12 Walthams.......0 I G Wheat 3«. 4d. to. 0 3 9 Flour, 1st, per ton, £9 to . ll 0 0 2nd, £7 to. 9 0 0 3<d, none COLONIAL RFFIKRD SUGAR* - Fine Loares (large stock on ham!) perib... 0 0 4f Tillers, none Crushed Lump, per cwt. ......... . I IS 0 Pieces (very line) per cwt. 1 13 0 Ditto, fine, per cwt. 1 8 0 Molasses, per lon.«....1*2 0 (/ IMPORTS. TEAS - Hysou-sftiu, liest brnndf, £4 to.... 4 O Congou, (ter chest. £5 to. 7 5 « Ptkoe, per half chest. 2l0o 0 Gunpowder, per catty . 3 0 ó Hyson, per cany .,. 1 15 0 j S v G A. n s - j Maui!!.? (fi.fu) £24 to . 20 0 0 Mauritius, noue Siam . 23 0 0 Sa...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

NOTICE. General Registry Office,r Sib January.-Notice is hereby' given that, in compliance with the Act of Council 5 Victoria, No. 12, section 82, for regulating marriages in the province of Sooth Australia, the Reverend William Longbottom has been entered as an oftsciatiug minister, within the meaning of the said ret. J. W. MACDONALD, Acting Registrar General.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

Sale» b» Suction.. JOHN BENTHAM NEALES beç* to thank the public for the numerous attend ance yesterday, arid lo call their attention to the following important sales this week. BSr H. W. Philipa's sale to close con signments. On the Premise*, Hindley-street, willie sold on Wednesday and Thursday next, by JOHN BENTHAM NEALES, v.ho is instructed to clear off the large lot of ?Sundries. ALSO, Fifty hhds. Porter, Ex " BRANXBNMOOH, " Without Reserve. Boiled Porter and Ales, Which will be offered at TWELVE O'CLOCK: ON THURSDAY. By Order of the Proprietor. GENUINE SALE OF GROCERIES. Mr Harriott has instructed the Auctioneer to lol the above valuable Stock, and clear off rhe whoje, with the new shipments ex " Pal myra," ou Friday next. ¥ B. NEALES bega to apprise the trade of the * above sale, and to urgenüy press on them the necessity of waiting until then to make their purchases, among which will be JFiftg chests and hoacespr inte teas AXD EX " PALMYRA/' 10 tons black and apple potatoes, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

SWWittq ZnuUígtntc. ARRIVED. ! 1 JAS. 17 -The brig Palmyra. 146 tons, Griffith!, mas ter, from Hobart Town, with 84 passengers. JAV. 18-The cutter Albatross, 13 tons, Doyle,master, from Port Lincoln and Thistle Island, with five pas sengers and live privates of th« 96th Regiment ; in ballast. BAILED. JAN. 17-The brig William WUe, 239 tons, Lowe, master, for Port Phillip. Passengers-Mr Pollard and ¡ wife. _ I JAV. 8 -The cutter William, 6 tons, Parsons, master, ' for Kanguroo Island, in ballast. j [ JAN. i9 -The brig Dorset, 81 tons. Walsh, master, for : Sydney. Passengers-Mrs Walsh. Rev. Mr Mahoney,' Mr J. Fielding; Hulton, and Mrs Jackson and children j in the steerage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

A BB LA 1|> Et Prioted «nd Published {every TjMf$aj. and «FfM»yï *9<£>* proprietor. ASOR sir MOBBAV, th,e Office of.VÄf; South Australian," RauäU-strs«V/wW« ali ' k*wtöu& i r-r -"f iffi'sWissse*. " ".??'.'{ *ac».ioa ?4

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

I , IMPORTS. I Cargo of the Palmyra, from Hobart Town. - 1 hhd. i vinegar, G qr. casks ditto, 4 pockets hops, 8 kegs to- j bacco, I hhd. rum, 100 bags potatoes, 18 barrels tar, i 6*2 oars, 1 case saddles, I case brovms, 20 cases, 1 bag, ' 2 coses Congre ves. I case, 2 casks blacking, I box, I ; case jami», 3 anvils, 5 vices, 2 roils whale-line, and 10, horses, Order. i T&SF0KT8. \ Cargo of the Winiam Wise, for Port Phillip.-82 bales ¡ wool, .Ellis ; 54 baps copper ore, Montacute Mining ', Company ; 42 tons ll cwt. copper ore, Capt. Bagot, j Cargo of the Donet, for Sydney.-2 cases books, G.] Young ; 6 packages hops, 44 bag« onions, I IO bags ! « heat, 2 casks lead, 1 case slops, E. Solomon ; 2 cases, ' Statemau ; I case, S. A. Company ; 3 cases, H. W. j Phillips She calls at Kangaroo Island, to take in iron. | Through inadvertence on the part of our shipping re« j porter, 2CS bales wool, shipped per Bteng, by Mr Young- j husband, were omitted in our copy of the manifest. j Th...

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1845. PARKHURST BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

Çfte &oiti% 3ttgttaftam ArtEt-AIDK: Tt.EBDAT, J AlfCA&Y 21, 1S45. PARKHURST BOYS. THE public meeting of the colonists, to meara rialize Lord Stanley against the introduction of Parkhurst prisoners, takes place thu day ia Messrs Lambert's tooms, at 2 o'clock precisely.

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ARTICLES OF EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

A RTICLEB OF EXPORT. Bacon.... .«.per lb. Bark.................per ton Barley.bushel Barleymeal.50lbs. Beef.tierces Biscu:t........................ cwt. Bran... ..bushel Bricks.... 1000 Butter, salted.per lb. Candles, moulds.............. do. . dips... do. Cheese..................... do. Copper ora........ton Flour, floe.-. dp. - seconds ................ dp. Gum .......«....'.. do. Gum timber. per load Hay.par ton Hides.«»ch Horns and hoofs ............percwt. Lead ore..»..»..........«.......ton Mair*. .......par bushs! Oats....... do. Oil» black..... per tun - sptrm>....... do.. Oxen. each Pollard.per ?0lbfc. Potatoes...*.....*.nerton Sheep, f at. . .. . .. . .eaeb Slates.Psr 1000 -slabs.pei: foot Starch. par lb. Tallow. per cwt. Wheat....per bushel: Woe!, 1st quality. per,lb. -- 2nd quality / do. -- in grease ............. do. Whalebone....pëjrtim' 6d 35* to 40s 2s 6dio3*6i 3»6d £4 13s to 17«. 7dtoBd SGstoSSet 7dtotd, a 6d fl 6d 6d t» td ' £9 £8 £16 («lea«) £2 to £210s £1 10t 0...

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to January 16.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

- WHOLESALE PRICESÄDBRENT. * A j {Corrected up te JonttaiW IB.) j IMPORTED OOOD&3 j Aie,light. ....per hhd -strong._.. ......per barrel - - bottled.-..per dozen Bacon. db. Bags, 3-bushel ..each Blankets ...........«.-....per pair Blue...per lb. Candles, was . do. " sperm ..»«.............,« do. -~ moulds. do. Canvas.Per b°lt Casks.per tun Cedar, in log. .«per foot -in boards. do. ! Cigars, Manilla, in bond ...«per 1000 Coals....person [Coffee........per lb. I Copper, sheathing. do. 'f-Nails.-. do. Cordage, English.per cwt. i-~-Manilla.......... do. Corrosive Sublimate ...... .... per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ...... ..per cw'» 1 Currants..per* lb. i Deals, 9 bv 3..per foot ¡-Il by 3. do. j Figs ... per lb. ! Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. i-E. I. do. Glass, 10 by 12. per box Glue..................per lb. ! Gunpowder, fine. do. I-blasting.«. do. Glass, sheet 14 by 10 .per IO0 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 10 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 14 do. d...

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PORT OF ADELAIDE.— An account of all Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, received into, and delivered from, the Bonded Warehouses at this Port in the quarter ending 5th January 1845: [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

"* ? Port op Adelaide.?An account of all Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, received into, and delivered from, the Bonded Warehouses at this Port in the quarter ending 5th January 1845:? Species of Goods. Brandy., Geneva. British Gin... B. P. Rum. t Whiskey, Arrack Wine. Eau de Cologne, Ditto, over proof. Boer, Ale, Porter ... Cider. Tobacco, mufactured. Ditto, Leaf. Cigare Ash Oars.... Rosin. Hams.. Swaltfi' Blue. Deals. Quantities remain ing in Warehouse] at the commence ment of Quarter. Gallons. 10 5741? 32 3D 1463 32 1192 3145 8 1298 32 4 7 2485 12 16 28 12? 4? 32 32 12 17? 32 3168 50 16,773* Iba. 952 lbs. 10 1570- lbs. 16 90 Quantities ware housed within the Quarter. Gallons. 2 2075? 32 314 120 3871 1374 28 34? 32 28,385 lbs. 11 492? lbs. 16 200 cwt. 1349 lbs. 400 1200 feet. Deliveries for Home Consump tion. Gallone. 15 2207? 32 12 178? 32 466 1279 311 4 1077? 12 12 " 17? 32 1588 50 11,006 lbs. 15 523? lbs. 16 2 2 cwt. 1349 lbs. 1200 feet. Deliveries for Exportation. Gallons. 28 13...

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Colonial Markets. MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

i Colonial |8arfirte. I MELBOURNE MARKET!?.-DECEMBER 2». ; THE following is the Gazetteer's repot t of the si «ck market for the week ending the 21st cf December : - Fat cattle are scarce and in demand, there being none in the market for Christmas. Messrs Bear & Son sold, on Monday last, 45 head, ni prices ranging from £'1 Ils to £3 2s each ; (he cattle averaged from 550 to GOO lbs. This is, we believe, the only lot offered for sale in the mat kel this week. Messrs Brodie & Cruik shank disposed of a mixed lot of 53 head of cattle, by private sale, at £i each. Messrs Mickie & Liiburne sold a few teams of working bullocks at from £6 to £8 per pair. Sheep-Messrs Bear & Son effected a private sale of 1300 ewes (shorn), with their increase given in, without station, at 8s 6d each, cash. The sheep offered by these gentlemen for sale by auction, on Thursday la«t, were bought iii al 7s 9i per head. 2000 ewes, without station, were sold by Messrs Mickle &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

A "¿bouts Australian" «EXERAL jgpjgíE 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 ha* issued from this jpreu that has not, he believes, been equalled in the colony. The motto of this Office shall bt* Cheapness, neatness punctuality, and dispatch" Printing Office, ? Bundle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. J The proprietor of this journal* on investigating various matters connected with Ms recent purchase, finds that he will be able to make some changes, which, he thirties, will be advantageous both to him- j *elf 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 phce of charging 3s. 6d. for six lines, and 3d. ...

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HOBARTON MARKETS.—DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

HOBAKTON MARKETS.-DEC. 13. Whesl, 6s 3d to Ss 8d ; oats, ls lOd to 2s ld; barley. Cape, 2$ 3d ; ditto, English, 3s to & 6d per bushel ; flour, let quality, £10 per ton; 2nd quality, £9; bran, 7d; poUart, ls ^pcr bushel; potatoes, £1 to £1 5s per Return of grain and flour imported and exported at tlie Port of Hobarton, during the «eek ended December 6, 1844, inclusive : - . EXPORTS. Maize....234 bushels Return of grain end flour imported and exported at the Pert of Launceston, during the week ended Nov. 5, 1844, inclusive: - EXPORTS. Oats. ISO bushels Wheat . 8300 - Flour.............. G > tons. ? G. H. BARNES, Collector.

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