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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. SIR-^As owner of "Matilda," Ï feel called upon to cor rect a palpable error, included in a paragraph inserted in your paper of the i 7th instant, in which you state that I objected to the decision of the stewards, who first .proposed having that power vested in their hands, and to which I at once, andfunhesitatingty-, acquiesced. As to the case of " Running Rein," this is no parallel, " Running Rein " being non est incentus, and another horse substituted. It is well known to sporting men that, had " Matilda " run ss a five-year-old, by the strict turf laws the stakes would have been justly forfeited. I am, Sir, &c, . Faan. CASTLES. Jan. 18th, 1845.

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THE PENTONVILLE FXILES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

THE PENTONVILLE TXILES. WHILE South Australia has been threatened with Parkhurst boys, our neighbours öf Port Phillip have the prospect of an introduction of prisoners from Pentonville, under the designa tion of Exiles. This circumstance had greatly roused the free citizens of Melbourne, though it would appear that rather more difference of opi nion is exhibited there than in Adelaide. The following report of the meetings will not in pre sent circumstances be deemed uninteresting : A public meeting was held on the 17lh at. the Royal Hotel, in pursuance of an advertisement which appeared in that morning's paper, convening a public meeting to take steps to "induce the Government to forward a portion of the Pen'oovilie men, suited to country labor, to this province. Major Fiiebrace was called to tue chair, and the following resolutions were pa*S'-'<| : - Pioposed by E. Curr, Esq., and seconded by Dr. Bernaid : - " That in the absence of the ordinary means of obtaining free i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

DIED.           On Saturday 18th January, Emma Matilda, aged 18 months, second daughter of John R. Harris, Esq., of the Murray.

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FEATHERSTONHAUGH'S EXCURSION THROUGH THE SLAVE STATES OF AMERICA. [MORNING CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

EEATHERSTONHAUGH'S EXCURSION THROUGH THE SLAVE STATES OF AMERICA. [MORNING CHRONICLE.] WE have at length a book on America from one who ia entitled to speak with authority on the subject. A residence of thirty years iu the TJuited States, information and attainments of a high order, and the most extensive opportu nities of observation among ah classes, present a combination of advantages such as has not occurred in the case of any previous English traveller, and entitle Mr Featherstonhaugh to be heard with respect and attention. His work gives the fullest and most complete account «re have yet had of the southern and western Slates, which are^ comparatively little visited by travellers, and yet are, in many respects, the most deserving of examination ; because in them society exists under aspects and conditions the most remote from European influences aud customs. Mr Featherstonhaugh s tour was undertaken chiefly for the purpose of studying the geology of the southern half of the Un...

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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. SATURDAY, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. SATURDAY, JAN. 18.   Charles Fretwell was fined £4, and costs £l, for an indecent assault on a German boy named Johan Gorge Jonds; in default of payment, committed to prison for two months. James Douglas was fully committed for trial on charges of rape and felony, formerly men- tioned in this journal.  

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. SIR --I am glad to see in your journal of the 11th a letter from Mr Farrell -doubly glad to find it couched in a gentlemanly and Christian tone, and that he disclaims all connexion with his volunteer champion the "Church man" though I think he'might have gone a little far ther, and not only reproved him for his unchurchman- like spirit and conduct, but apologised, or at least   uttered some expression of regret for what has oc curred. Mr Farrell is perfectly right in the distinction he makes between the words ° confidence" and "courtesy." Though the former by oversight dropped from my pen, it was the latter I intended. I therefore cheerfully ac quit him of the charge of a breach of confidence in making my letter public. The reasons which he assigns fully justified him in adopting that determination. It gives me great pleasure to learn that its publication is likely to be of service to the cause it pleads. At the same time, I could ...

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(Register, Jan., 11, 1845.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

(Register, Jan. 11,1845.)   MILNE AND THE CHURCH.--In Mr Milne's letter to   the South Australian he is guilty of one direct and palpable falsehood, which that journal, without anything more than Mr Milne's ipso dixit for it, copies after him. We never made "payment " a condition of the publica tion of his letter in this journal. Its insertion as a letter to the Editors, was declared to be ''altogether out of the question." Whether our determination was, or was not, a wise one, the readers of the South Australian have now the opportunity of judging. All other means having failed Mr Milne, a snug birth in St. John's would no doubt be acceptable to the quondam kite-flying banker, but he shall meet with no countenance in this, or any similar project either by his letters, or otherwise, through the medium of this journal. Fortunately for South Aus tralia, the cause of Christ can be carried on, both in the Church and out of it, without any such aid as his.

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THE "PALMYRA." FROM HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 21 January 1845

THE "PALMYRA." FROM HOBART. THIS vessel, which arrived on Thursday evening last, brings files from Van Diemen's Land to 21st December, and from Portland to the 8th instant. Our Tasmanian neighbours are but little im- proved in their circumstances. From an excel lent article in Murray's Review, however, it is evident that some of the inhabitants begin to detect that their misfortunes have arisen not from misgovernment, from probationism, from the low price of produce, or the thousand-and- one other causes to which they are attributed, but from extravagant living. The Review says that the colonists must discontinue " that system of expensive establishment which the delirium of adventitious, forced, and- unnatural profits brought with it-silks, satins, and French mil-   liners; Saxony cloth, and Bond-street tailors ; Champagne, Burgundy, and Windsor ale; iced creams, and Parisian confectionary ; blood horses and barouches, races and hunts. No, all these certain germs of in...

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

IMMIGRATION. BY the Palmyra about 40 Germans, have arrived from Hobart Town. These people had gone out to New Zealand to settle, and some of them had actually paid the New Zealand Company for land, but on arrival at their destination they found the company broken up; and the " pro- mised land" no where. It is. well known that much distress still exists in-Hobarton, but at the same time there is in no part of the world - more genuine charity. A subscription was raised for the poor Germans, their passage was paid to this colony, where there are flourishing com- munities of their countrymen, and where there are clergymen of their own faith, and form of worship ; and a sum of money has been sent to a gentleman here to be distributed among the most needy. Honor to the people of Hobarton !

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NEW ZEALAND. [SYDNEY HERALD, DECEMBER 31.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

NEW ZEALAND. [SYDNEY llERALD, DECEMBER îi.l We have Auckland papers to the 26th November» but as usual so few in number and so irregular that no very ftre.it information is derivable from them The Income Tax, which was authorised io ba levied by au Act of the Le<iisla¡ive Council of the last session, wish ft vie-.v to supply in some measure the deficiency in the revenue which was likely io result in conse quence of the pons of New Zealand beinç declared irte ports, had | roved not at all productive; the. amount paid in up to 26th November bei.-ig stated at ¡ess than £300. The Bishop of New Zealand and fu.Ttil}' arrived at Auckland, where his head quarters are now fixed, on the 16th November. Tiie college and schools in connection with tl»e Church, tn which the New Zealand aboriginal youdi, as well as others, are lo be taught, were to s_e erected immediately. A Couit of Requests had been opened for the first time i<> Auckland. The Debenture Sysiem had given r...

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POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. THURSDAY, JAN. 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

POLICE COMMISSIONER'S COURT. THURSDAY, JAN. 23. Harry HaÜ and Henry alias John Smith, who have been several times remanded on a charge of burglary com mitted at Port Fairy, in 1843, were again brought up and ordered to be conveyed in custody to Portland Bay there to answer the charge. In the case of Mr Gould, of the Chain of Ponds, against several of his late workmen, under the Masters and Ser vants Act, adjourned from the I Ith instant, no fre*U evidence being adduced, the accused were dismissed, with the exception of Hillier, sen., who was ordered ta repay the amount of goods supplied £1 for injury sus tained, and costs.

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

SYDNEY NEWS. IN our first page will be found tile Sydney mar kets corrected up to *27tb December. The only general newsof any importance from Sydney ts that the Council has been prorogued till 4tli March. The breach between the Gover nor and Council had cot been healed. HK Excellency, in his address, emphatically declared that he would not suffer himself *' to exceed ia manner the authority which I couslitutioocHy hold, nor to set aside the instructions of her Majesty." In reference to the addresses to her Majesty on the subject of alleged grievances, his Excellency said-" I cousider it my duty openly to declare my opinion that many of the demands of the Council are suchas never will be granted, such, indeed, as never ca» be granted, unies* it be the pleasure of her Majesty and i'arlta ; ment fundamentally, and entirely to niter the; relations on which this country now standst«» the British Empire." Sir George, we have pleasure in noticing, mentions a great improvement in the genera...

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MELBOURNE MARKET.—DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

j MELBOURNE MARKETS.-DKCEMnER 21. i Tun fallowing is th.* Gazeît«pr*<< rpf»»»ft of » jsiock maillot for the week emli«;; the 2îst «i i D^cemher : - j Fat. cattle are scarce and ::i deuiar.«!. then* i hems: none ir? th«1 ."niMfcet for Christum«. !Vîe*Ms j Bear & Son sold, on Monday last, 45 head, s t Í prices ranojug from ~£'l ll* to £3 2s t'ach ; !!.?. ¡cattle averöspd from 550 tv» COO I hs. This ! wp beiievo, the only lot offWed for sale if» t :..«'' ¡matice: this «eek. Steers Brodie ¿fe Oriji!; ¡ shank disposed of a mixed lot of 53 he:;d « f cattle, hy private sale, at £l each. !\íes«'>í Í Mickle & Lilburne sold a few teams of workti:« bullocks at from £0 to £8 {ter pair. >*heep - Messrs Bear & Son effected a prim lg sale of 1300 ewes (shorn), with their ir:c«ea~e given in, without station, at 3* 6d each, rash. Hie sheep offered by these. gentlemen for «aTn by auction, on Thursday last, wore, bongin in :-t 7s 9<1 per h...

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THE PARKHURST BOY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

THE PARKHURST BOY QUESTION. WE beg to direct the special attention of our rea ders to the report in another column of the pro ceedings of a public meeting on the above subject, held on Tuesday last. Before noticing the meet ing more particularly, we may mention in expla nation of some of the allusions of the speakers, that the plan proposed in sending out prisoners from Parkhurst to the colonies, is that they shall receive a free pardon on arrival at their destination, and shall then be apprenticed for a term of years to masters willing to take charge of them. His Excellency the Governor, in consequence of in structions from Lord Stanley, upwards of two years ago, directed circulars to be sent to all those of the colonists who were in a situation to employ servants, to ascertain their opinion on the subject. The majority of the opinions given appears to have been so decided and so unfavorable, that the idea of sending the youths to this colony was abandoned by Government. The subjec...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND MARKETS. Tue Hobart Town journals jrre very <}fffcii*f:i accounts of the markets. Tho fo'biwinjr. nr-.« from the Cornwall Chronicle of December !4'i;. The Colonial Times of 2lst reports no chauu** at the place. The showers of rain, which have for some time ;in *, and are at the present time falling, is a eeasonabie visi tation, though too late materially to benefit the v/hest and other white straw crops, it will much assist the fo tatoe lands. Hay is short throughout the country ; the rains will improve the niter growth ; the entire face ci the country is improving, and already is the dry yel lowy hue of the pasture* giving way to a luxuriant green. With emotions ot gratitude to a beneficent Pro vidence, we acknowledge the gen al rains, wittel, we trust and believe, will be ample to relieve the coiony from the prospert of dependence upon other countries for its necessary supplies of food. Union Steam-mills. Dec. 14. Fine flour, £10 ; seconds, £9 !0s ; th...

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THE "GOVERNOR GAWLER," FROM PORTLAND BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

THE "GOVERNOR GAWLER," FROM PORT- j LAND BAY. j TH E above vessel arrived last evening, bringing j ¡rn pe rs from Portland to 15th inst, | Capt. Underwood has, it is said, discovered j a guano island, and has brought 10 tons of the guano. It is reported that there is an immense ! quantity, but, unfortunately, the island is rather! beyond the boundary of the colony.

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HOBARTON MARKETS.—DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

HOBARTON MARKETS.-DEC. 13. Wheat, 3s 3d to 3s 8d; oats. Is lOd to 2s Id ; harley. Cape, 2s 3d ; ditto, English, 3s to 3s 6d per bushel : flour, Ut quality, £1« per ton ; 2nd quality, £9 ; bran, 7d; pollard, Is per bushel; potatoes, £1 to £1 5s per j ton.-H. T. Advertiser. Return of grain and flour imported and exported at th$ Port of Hobarton, during the week ended Decembei 6, 1844, inclusive \ - EXTORTS. Maize. 234 bushels Return of grain and flour imported and exported at tb$ Port of Launceston, daring the week ended Nov, 5, 1844, inclusive:' - EXPORTS. Oats .......... I39bnshels Wheat . 8300 .* Flour.J......... 6) tons. G. H. BAEKEO, , Collector. PR

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The South Australian. ADELAIDE; FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1845. THE "EMMA" FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

Cftc g>otttft gugttaKanv ADÉLAÏDE : FRIDAY. JAIÎCAET 24, 1845. THE " EMMA" FROM SYDNEY. BY (his vessel we have received our files of Sydney journals to the end of 1844. The Per sian from London, 17th September, had arrived on 27th December, bringing intelligence from England to that date, being 7 day« later Utan that received here direct. By an extract from the Times, ive perceive that the funds were steady. Consols for money left off on the 13th Sept at 99¿ to £, and for the account 991 to £ ; they closed on the 16tit at 99}. The Bank of England were lending money at if per cent. The French having taken Mogadore, the Emperor of Morocco had acceded to the wishes of the French, aud promised not to interfere with Algeria, and consequently peace had been restored. Trade was still brisk, and wool maintained its price. 120 tuns of black oil sold at £27 15s. to £30 15s. per tun : 10 tuns sperm oil sold at £81 10s. to £83 ; 157 casks New South Wales tallow at 36s. to 42s. A quantity of ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

¡ -:___^___=ZT I i TO CORRESPON PENTS. WE are obliged to postpone the " Critic Criticised" and " Justit» Amator" till our nest. We must also defer a notice of the "Odd Fellows* Magazine.' ' The " Review," by ©. is too carelessly written, sari is too meagre. It will be returned to the author, on ap plication.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845

äljfppfng; fntelíCgmee. J I AREIVED. JAN. 22-The brig Emma, 121 tons, Fox. master from Sydney. Passengers- G. F.Angas, Esq., and Dr. Bull, in the cabin ; Mr and Mrs Webb, Mr Raphael, Miss and Master Dare, Mr Oliver, Mr Hardman, Mrs Crowder, Mr and Mrs Newman, Mr and Mrs Fanning, Miss Fanning, Messrs E. and S. Fanning, Mr E. Tomlin, and George Penderton, in the steerage. JAN. 23-The cotter Governor Gatvier, 15 tons, Un derwood, from Portland Bay. Passengers-Captain J. Tapley, Mr and Mes Perry, Mr and Mrs Weller and child, T. Sanders, and Mr Webb. CaTgo - lo tons guano.

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