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Markets. VICTORIA. DECEMBER, 5, 1855. GRAIN AND MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
Jtofctfs. VICTORIA. DECXMBEB, 5, 1855. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET W. Degraves and Co.'s Mills. — Fine flour, £44 -$? ton; seconds, JE42 do.; Chilian, £42 do.; Haxall and G*Uego,none; bran, 2s 6d per bushel: wheat bought at from 168 to 17s per busheL Folton & Smith's Mills. — Fine floor, £46 per ton; seconds, £44 do.; Calcutta, £30 do.; bran, 2s 6d per bushel. Wheat bought at 15s to 16s 6d per busheL HAT HABKET. Best old hay, £11 to £11 10s per ton; best new do., £6 to £7 do.; best bundled do., £5 to £5 5s do.; straw nominal. XXVE STOCK XABEEI. Messrs. Edw. Bow & Co. report:— Beet— In the absence of all the country buyers trade has again been very dnlL A full supply of cattle was brought forward, die demand being limited, a further reduc tion in price had to be submitted to. One large lot was sold to a dealer to hold over for a reaction. First quality bullocks may be quoted about £10 10s; pood do., £8 to £9 lOs; middling aud inferior, lower in proportion; cows and heifers...
NEW SOUTH WALES. NOVEMBER. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
NEW SOUTH WALES. NOVEMBER. 30. The Mnx8.— Messrs. Barker & Co. Consider able importations of ionr and wheat have lately taken, place. Some cargoes have gone on to the Victoria market, and those which remain are yet mkold. Several vessels are yet expected with further supplies. A few samples of our own new crop have been offered, and from every district the accounts are HKist promising. These combined have caused a reduction .in the flour. Present prices are - fine, £38; second quality, £35 per ton; bran, Is 6d per bushel. The price 'of wheat is quite nominal. Mr. Btenint: The market is at present very unsettled. The continued arrivals from Chili create great on certainty. Aiednction has already taken place, but prices ^areby no means steady. The mUls quote as follow i fine flour, £88 per ton; seconds, £35; ration, £30; bran, Is 6d per bushel; wheat; 10s to 12s per busheL Messrs. Furlong & Kennedy : Flour has declined since last report. Fine is now £38 and sad seconds...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
The barque SWAN. ^ FI1HE undersigned having purchased the - I above fine vessel, and intending to run her regularly between this colony and Sin gapore, and other Indian ports, beg res '*?; pectfully to call the attentioa of their fel low colonists to the many and mutual ad v vantages which will doubtless result from :-. such an arrangement. The Swan will leave :; for Singapore in a few days, when the owners will be prepared to bring from that ' port such freight as may beentrusted to them; they sincerely hope that their fellowcolo ? nists will not be backward in aiding them in an enterprise which they trust may prove advantageous alike tc themselves and the colony a* large. ? CO2NISH, PATERSON, & DYER. £erth and Fremantle, Jan. 8, 1856, ? r Ssde «f Household Furniture, Cart, Horses, &c^&c, at Perth. MR. SAMSON, (Government Auctioneer.) ' Is instructed by Mr Thomas Chipper to sell by Auction, at the Commercial and Agricultural Hotel, Perth, on Tuesday, the 15&...
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Critical State of Naples. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Critical State of Naples. f From the Economist.^ In the Sonth of Italy affairs seem to have reached a crisis which warrants tbe belief that a convulsion may every moment take place. The wretched King of Naples and his brutal and absurd Minister of Police, not content with manifesting their Russian sympathies as plainly as they dare, appear bent upon trying an experimentttm cruds upon the patience and long-suffering of the people. There are few extremes of steady tyranny that wonld not be endured there in silence; the upper ranks are not, as a body, either very energetic or very liberal; the middle, classes have long been broken in to slavery and silence; the army has, till lately, been a sort of spoilt child of the Sovereign; and the populace, content with sunshine and maccaroni, feel no sense of oppression and no desire for freedom, and are always ready to shout and sometimes to fight for a Monarch who cajoles them and a Govern ment which spares them. The lan...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
flngpuj Jntdtujeiuje. ABBIVED. Jan 1,— The Thane of 'Fife, McKinnon, from Melbourne and King George's Sound, Passen ger — R. Cooper. In Ballast. 5th, The Alice Brooks, Davidson, from Adelaide via King George's Sound. Passenger— Randolph. Cargo — 640 bags flour, 120 do. bran. SAILED. Jan 2, — The Perseverance, Fox, for Champion Bay and Port Gregory. Cargo — 15 bags sugar, 4 bags rice, 3 hhds. ale, 2 casks wine, 3 bags tobacco, and sundries. 6, — The Maid of Alicante, Rolls, for Mauritius. In Ballast Same day, — The Thane of Fife, McKinnon, for Timor. In ballast Same day,— The Vivid, Williams, for Shark's Bay. Passengers — Mrs. Williams and child. In ballast General Post Office, Perth, January 8th, 1856. MAXLS will be made up at this office, for the United Kingdom and India, to morrow, 9th inst., at 4 p.m., for transmission by the Swan, -aid Singapore. A Helmioh. Postmaster-General.
CIVIL COURT. [Before His Honor W. H. Mackie, Esq., Commissioner of the Civil Court.] January 8,1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
CIVIL COURT. [Before wt» Honor W. H. inr»-*i«», Esq., Commissioner of the Civil Court] January 8, 1856. Stokes v B. Bell— Mr Leake for plaintiff. Final judgment for £19. Bickley v Chester.— Mr Leake for plaintiff, fi nal judgment for .£61. Pope v MitehelL— Mr Howell for plaintiff. Judgment oyaerauit tor ±25. Scott v MitehelL— Mr Howell for plaintiff. Judg ment by default for £101 3s 9d. Fannaner and another v W. McKnoe. — Mr Howell for plaintUE Judgment by default for £60 Is 3d. Williams v Okely.— Mr Leake for plaintiff. Fi nal judgment for £18 13s 4d, with stay of execution for a month. GoochvWetheralL— Mr Leake for plaintiff. De fendant appeared in person. Plaintiff was non suited. Dyett v. Johanna Watts, Executrix of J. P. Watte.— Mr Howell for plaintiff, Mr Leake for de fendant. Pleaded 'pleae administravit.' Judg ment for plaintiff ' assets quando' for £41 Js 9d.
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVENDER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVENDER MARKET. Flour, £38; wheat, 10s; bran, Is 4d. ; English Barley, ? ; to 76; Cape ditto, 4s 6dto 5s ; oats, -co- lonial, 5s 6d. MOSTTEITH & MCIBHEAD. Adelaide, December 12, 1855.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MERCANTILE REPORTS. DECEMBER 12, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MERCANTILE REPORT. A DECEMBER 12, 1855. The reaping of the wheat harvest in early soils on tbe plains is now general, and the grain has come forward in sufficiently considerable quantities to en* able us again to commence the export of flour. The few cold days accompanied with night showers, have had the effect of delaying the maturity of the grain n some grounds hut notwithstanding this, nothing has been experienced to deteriorate the quality of the crop, which appears everywhere to show a good average of strength, with a full yield. Large parcels of wheat have been sold at 12&, and buyers look now for a lower figure, as it becomes more abundant. There are Etill holders of old flour asking £50, but new is selling at £38 to £40, aud is in favonr with tbe trade. The strange anomaly ap pears this week of an importation of flour, whilst the same day exports of the new crop are going for ward; pat there is no doubt that we shall now be in dependent of any furthe...
The Attempted Assassination of the French Emperor. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
The Attempted Assassination of the French Emperor The Times gives the ft Slowing account of the would-be assassin:—' The name of the individual arrested is Bellemarre. He is abont 22 years of age, and was born at Ron en. When ne was 16 be was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for swin dling. At the expiration of two months, the Em peror, then president of the republic, commuted bis sentence. He pretends to have afterwards taken an active part in the events of the 2nd December, to have fought behind one of the barricades of the Rue Rsmbutean. At that time placards, having in large characters ' Motives for i!:'e Condemnation to Death of Louis Napoleon,' were seized by the police. Daring the examination Belleroare declared 'himself to bo the author of those placards. He was sen tenced hy default to two yoars* imprisonment, and was transferred to Belle Isle. Since he left prison in February last, he lived at Paris under a false name, and had accepted an appointment as clerk to M . Je...
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
I RUSSIA. W Hie St. Petersburg correspondent of La WJPrate, writing nnder date of the 27th of H^Angust, says: — 'The Emperor was seri Iy5&gly affected at the disastrous result of the irggair on the Ichernaya, and has ordered a K^earching enquiry into the fact connected BSjjjjUh.-the battle. AIL the accounts which ar Bpijre from the Crimea are unanimous on the BpdintfOf the want of provisions. At Sim Kpfaeropol, in which the Russian resources HK^jCeHebfed, provisions have been measured Hpfc to the inhabitants for a long time past H^£f Jpfc|tlace was besieged.' ^^^sfp)rrespondent of La Presse, writing M^^^t- Petersburg, under date Sept 1, WBJJJfk^'Ob the receipt of Prince Gort ^B^Bn%despatch, announcing the failure at Hte ^ehernaya, «he Emperor Alexander im Ba||gK£^y siimiDoned a council of war, com MK^'MMv*** competent^enerafa. ^ ;'£???*. the despatch to them, Hj^^^ia^^^a. took- place as to the new-' ^ _______ pjjnpf jtperati ons to be adopted in order to g^tere- *o '? the tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
For Sale by die undersigned, at bis Stores, Henry Street, Fremantie. ?ORANDY in wood and case '^'^ Hum in hlitls. Sherry in qr. casks and octaves Islay Whiskey, in cases of 1 dozen each Old Tom in do. Champagne Claret Port Wine Bottled Ale and Porter Manilla Cigars Fine Flour Rice Pickles .Beef Sugar Tea Van'Diemen's Land Palings. H-af* Kegs always on hand, from 1 to 10 gallons, carefully sealed, and forwarded to any part of the colony. GEORGE SKINNER. THE Partnership between the under signed has been dissolved this day. G. M. WHITF1ELD, E. WHITFIELD. Witnesses — N. Ho well, Solicitor, Perth - J. F. Stoxe, Clerk to G. F. Stone, Solicitor, Perth. Perth, Jan. I. IS56. To Ikv Let ca f&ilf&ug Lease. fjlHAT valuable piece of Ground, situate J_ in St. George's Terrace and Barrack Street, being a Corner, and well adapted for a General Store. About 200,000 Bricks to be had with the above. For Terms apply to ? H. L. COLE. Bissolstion of Partnership. NOTICE is hereby given, th...
Russian View of the Fall of [?] topol [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
Russian View of theJWtf&iiHH topoL - ^M The Nord, the Russian nil Hi Isinil^M at Brnseels, has the &Md3teffimSm&S^M faliofeebaBtopoIt- 'WSMmM . ?- Fact* of g^importan^ii^lM ken place in theCrfinet^ -? *??TWWffl^^M 'We have W^&Ei^^H^H whereby to appre^^KOH^H ^^na, fix^, let it be said that the resnlt M&||gfWiatt -£ _the 8th, of September has «fetp^||^«^-eipta^ons, nay, that it, so p^^^cffeateq the hpj^es of the commanders fi^^^^-if^exa^l tonqiind the tenor of ^^|i^ror/JIapoleoj^6 letter to General J^S^r«s,s^dl a? jJ»a-«xpreBSsian i« the te&fraphic despatch from the General after f^^ooBopafioa of the Korniloff bastion, it ;|?i^m»*8een ^iai ^, Allied Powers counted wa defence, foot by foot, of the south part V«£the town, and founded all their provisions on the tenacity of that resistance. . '.The obstinacy 4of the Russian army was tornedJto their advantage. Decimated by ^Ke more -and more concentrated fire of a Ibnmdjble artilleiy, that a...
The Inquirer & Commercial News. Quid verum atque decens, curo at rogo, at omnis in hoc sums. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
@%3 Jmjuhicti & ^ommcr^ial Dtfds. Quid verum atqtte decens, euro et rogo, et otaiusinhoc sum. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856. When, a short time since, it became our duty to direct the attention of the public to the feet that the Governor had exercised over the Guildford Bench of Magistrates an influence not only improper but uncon stitutional, we charitably hoped that, having erred in ignorance, His Excellency would, upon the impropriety of such interference being pointed out, have refrained from (what cannot be considered by Englishmen otherwise than) the illegitimate exercise of power. It is with regret we find that our too sanguine expectations have been disap pointed, and that the Governor has deter mined to pursue the obnoxious course which he then initiated. Had he adopted our sug gestions — suggestions which were endorsed by every well-wisher to His Excellency — he would not have received the mortifying check of Friday last. Let us proceed to analyse this case and its an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
art ^mnrnarrial Jtoa Newspaper & General Priating-Office st. Jorge's tereace, perth, ; , EVERT DESCRIPTION OF Letter? ™s« Priftiiaf HXROtTTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH, ^ AT REASONABLE PRICES; T|$ Proprietors being prepared to execute in a vrorknianlike manner,' SHOP-LISTS 1 BILL-HEADS AUCTION ANtf POSTING BILLS, SAL13 CATALOGUES, ? Both in Letter-press and Copper-Plate. In a new and varied assortment of Type, and in such a manner as will ensure giving satisfaction. . Notice. flOUNTRY Subscribers and Adverti sers are respectfully informed that all amounts due to The Inquires to tlie 30th June last, have now, been forwarded to them through post. As the majority are of ma ny years1 standing,. the Proprietor deems it but due id himself in requesting that all accounts be immediately paid. Tlie va rious Agents, or the Collector, Me F. Glaskix, will receive payment, and give re ceipts. The Perth, Fremanlle, and Guild ford accounts are also in course of delivery, and in order to e...
Quarter Sessions. [Before His Honor W. H. Mackle, Esq., and Bench of Magistrates.] Wednesday, JANUARY 2,1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
-|irarta[ jtatmts. Before His Banair W. EC. MaoTrte, Esq., and a Bench of Magistrates.] Wednesday, Jakuabt 2,1836. George Vacker and John Scott, charged with, the willful murder of William Longmate, late of Beelup, in tiie Vasse district, yeoman. William Wills, sworn, said — I am a shepherd at the Vasse : I knew Hie deceased, W. Longmafce, and lived with him ; I remember Monday mom* ing the 8th December; I rose on that morning between 4 and 5 o'clock to take my sheep out and left deceased in bed ; I returned to the house, at Beelup, about 10 o'clock; 1 noticed that the doora and windows were shut, which was very unusual; the first thing I saw was Longmate lying dead on the floor ; he was lying on the broad of hie hack ; I £poke to him and got no answer; I 'went and looked at him and saw he was dead; he was ly ing against two bags : I got a blanket from the fence and threw it over his face ; I went over to M'Court's house, a mile off, it being the nearest house, and gave the alarm ; ...
Local and Jamestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 9 January 1856
Local and Domestic Intelligence. Mr. George Leake, who was committed for &nbsp; contempt of Court on Friday, was liberated at the solicitation of friends, after a few hours in- carceration, by the spontaneous act of the court. Dixon, the informer in the Hurford murder case, has been committing himself on the road between Fremantle and Mandurah. He entered the house of Mr. Herbert of Rockingham, and attempted, though unsuccessfully, to bully him out of his arms. He was finally expelled from the house, when he proceeded to Mrs. Hymas' and be- haved himself in an unbecoming manner. At Herbert's he represented himself, so we are i- formed, as a policeman, sent by Hogan, to make inquiries about a murder, said to be committed in the neighbourhood. We understand that a war- rant has been issued for his apprehension upon a very grave charge, and hope he will ere long meet his deserts. It will be observed that this ruffian stated, that he was acting in connection with the police, and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 16 January 1856
[Advertisement]. — HoUowmfs Ointment and Pills, infallible Remedies for Rheumatism. — Edward Jack son, of Liverpool, N.S.W., suffered unceasingly for four years with rheumatism, so bad was he that for fonr or five months at a time, he was compelled to keep to his bed, and the doctors told htm candidly that he need never again expect to be well. Finding this to be the case he dismissed them, and immediate ly put himself under & conrse of Hollo way's Ointment and Fills, these remedies soon made 'such an im provement in tiim that he was enabled to resume his occupation, and by continuing them fora short time, he was restored to#he blessings of health, which he has enjoyed ever since. Shortly will be Published, LYRICAL AND OTHER POEMS, BY CHARLES WALKER. - PERSONS requiring a copy will please to forward their wishes to the author, at Mr G. Marfleet's, Perth; which will meet with due attention. \\i ANTED a situation as Uook. or iSaker. VV Address J. S. Inquirer and Com mercial Ne...
SCHEDULE No. 2. GOODS FREE OF DUFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 16 January 1856
\ ? ?? ?* ? WtF ?- , ????' SCHEDOSB Ho. 3 , , „« '. GOODS SEES OF DOT*. Animals (living) Bread and biscuit Sags and sacks Bales tar wool Books, (printed) not bang account Botfles (glass and stone) imported finl Bran Bullion and com Baggage (personal) of immigrants Coals, coke, and other fuel Corn and other grain Flour and meal implements and machinery (agricultural Meats, (salted aud cured, and preserved) except bacon and bams Machinery for mills (including mill stones) BEaps and charts Oatmeal Pomps, and other apparatus for raising water Pictures, prints, and statuary Plants, feeds, and bulbs Provisions or stores, (military or naval) required for Her Majesty's service Pulse Bice Staves and hoops for casks Specimens of natural history Uniform and appointments, (naval, military, and civil) imported by officers stationed in this colony, for their own use Goods epecjaDy exempted by the Governor, with toe ad Tice of the Executive Council.
Victoria Tariff [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 16 January 1856
Victoria larf Bate of duty Ale, porter, spruce, and other beer, cider & d and perry, the gallon ? O 6 Cigars, the lb ? 3 0 Coffee and chicory, the lb.., ? 0 1 Spirits, or strong waters of any strength, not exceeding the straight of proof by Sikes's hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater or less strength than the strength of proof the gallon ? Spirits, cordials, liqueurs, or strong waters, sweetened or mixed with any article, so that the degree of strength cannot be as certained by Sikes's hydrometer, the gallon.- ? .'. ? 10 0 Spiriisperfumcd, thegallon ? 10 0 Sugar, raw and refined, and sugar candy, the cwt. ? 6 6 Tea, the lb ? O O Tobacco or snuff, the lb ? 2 0 Wine, the gallon. ? 2 0 All other goods, wares, and merchandise
New South Wales Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Inquirer & Commercial News — 16 January 1856
l&m $tmik Winks ©aitj £ s. d. Tea, per lb. ... ... 0 0 1J Coffee, chocolate, and cocoa ... 0 O Of Sugar, raw, per cwt. ... 0 2 6 Ditto refined, ditto ... 0 3 4 Molasses, ditto ... ... 0 18 Dried fruits, per lb. ... 0 0 0£ Beer, in wood, per gallon ... 0 0 1 Ditto, in bottle, ditto ... 0 0 2 Wine, not more than 25 per cent alcohol ? ... 0 10 Brandy and gin, Sykes' proof, do. 0 9 0 Whiskey and Rum, ditto ... 0 6 0 Liquers, Cordials, and Brandied Fruits, do. ... ... 0 9 0 Perfumed Spirits, aitto ... 0 6 0 Colonial, ditto ... ... 0 5 8 Tobacco, manufactured, per lb.... 0 10 Ditto, unmanufactured, per lb.... 0 0 8 Cigars and Snuff... ... O 2 0 Drawback on Refined Sugar, Ss 4d per cwt.