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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
I ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE ARMY IN IRELAND.-The 53rd. 1st bat« talion, 60th, and the 63rd Regiments, now ia this country, and under orders for India, are to be replaced by the 6th, 32nd, and 67«h Iron* England, it bein? the intention of his Grace the C oii:njaiider-in Chief to maintain the full foi ce on the present, establishment in Ireland. It ts «aid thai ilse 73rd are also under orders tor this country to relieve the 11th at Athlone, under stood to be next for duty in New South Wales. THE O'CONNELL TRIBUTE.-According lo the hoast of the lesding managots ot the above nani ed (und, the proceeds since the last " round of the hat," in the mouth of November, 1843, j have reached (he agreeable tiente of £28,000, j and the collection iii several districts had uot I then closed ; so that, if these enterprising fioaa ! ciers have not drawn more largely on their j fancies than on the pockets of the peasantry, I the grand iotai of the tribute tor 1845 may be ¡put down tn rou tic! numbers at £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
" äoutf) Australian" ¡ GENERAL IP RD M IT D M © 11YÄ©LQ§HIM]IIIN]Y., Hp HE 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 has issued from this press that has not, he believes, been equalled in the colony. The motto of this Office shall be " Cheapness, neatness, punctuality, and dispatch." Printing Office, > Rundle-street, Nov. 11, 1844.5 ^ The proprietor of this journal, on investigating ! Carious matters connected with his recent purchase, Jinds 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 plzce of cha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
Sale« bv Httftfon. OLD HORSE BAZAAR. Twenty Horses for Sate. Tl NEALES will sell on Wednesday next, at . his «lock yard, the following valuable lot; the property of John Knott, Esq. JESSY, a grey mare, excelleut in saddle or harness. MAJOR, a large roan gelding, ditto, ditto. A fine roan gelding, rising two years. A very valuable yearling filly, by Forlorn Hope, out of Mr Stewart's Mountain Maid. A ditto ditto, by Actaeon, out of Silver Sail. CANNON BALL, a thorough bred mare, by Peter Finn, out of Mr Henty's celebrated mare, .tinted to Forlorn Hope. BET FINNIS, with filly foal by Blackjack, stinted ditto ditto. Grey filly, two years old, by Black Jack, out of Bet Finnis. Yearling fitly, out of Jessy, by Khian Khan Kbreuse. Ditto ditto, out of Cannon Ball, by ditto. CRISP MARE, a well-known hack. FANNY, bay mare, with filly foal by Black Jack. Fanny is by Nigel, out of Sladden's ce lebrated trotting mare. Roan mare, two years, cort at foot, by Khian Khan Khreuse. Brown mare, four ye...
PASTURAGE OF UNSOLD LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
PASTURAGE OF UNSOLD LAND. IN several districts there has been considerable annoyance and disputes between the settlers on account of sheep being depastured over the runs. It is well known that cattle will uot feed where sheep have been, and the abovo circumstance bas therefore subjected the owners of cattle to much inconvenience. Having examined the question with some care, « e think the whole disputes may be very easily and satisfactorily settled upon the princi- % pies stated in his Excellency's admirable minute in introducing the Waste Lands Act, read to the Council on the 15th August, 1842. We refer particularly to the following pas sages:-««* The Commissioner of Public Lands will be directed to secure, in a« far as practica ble, to every settler holding a depasturing license, a sufficient extent of run io the vicinity of his homestead, fnr his dairy cattle, working oxen, and horse«, such stock to take preference of sheep." Again-" I» thickly populated dis tricts, wliere, from t...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
EXPORTS. Cargo of the Eliza, from Hobart Town. - 4 hhds. rum, 9 tierces tobacco, 10 kegs do., 2 cases cigars, 1 do. corrosive &nbsp; sublimate, 6 casks bottled beer, 3 packages pickles, 3 cases &nbsp; hardware, 2 casks vinegar, 5 qr.-casks wire, 2 bales cordage, 1 package slops, 5 tons potatoes, 1 case log-glasses, 12 jars &nbsp; oil, 24 cases port wine, 6 cases printed cottons, 2 cases, 1 &nbsp; barrel leather, 2 pieces machinery, 6 ploughshares, 3 cases &nbsp; congreves, 20 half-chests tea, 6 pockets hops, 5 cases hats, 4 &nbsp; kegs nails, 1 case salad oil, 26 bags oats, 2 casks paint &nbsp; brushes, 1 box knives, 1 box twine, 10 casks tar, 12 casks &nbsp; pitch, 2 kegs limejuice, 1 cask varnish, 2 bandles pitchforks, 1 package fryingpans, 3 horses, 3 bushels apples. Order ; and for Portland Bay - 1 package tobacco, 19 bags sugar, 5 chests tea, 1 box soap, 1 tarpaulin, 1 cask crockery, 4 cases &nbsp; slops, 6...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. BLENG (barque), 250 tons, Hugh Stewart, master ; dis &nbsp; charging from Liverpool , bound to Liverpool. W. Younghusband, agent. ALBATROSS (cutter), 15 tons. Doyle, master ; at the Queen's Wharf ; for Port Lincoln. ELIZA (schooner), 117 tons, W. Chard, master ; at McLaren Wharf; discharging from Hobart Town. J. &nbsp; Newman, agent. HANSEAT (Dutch barque), 300 tons, - master ; at the North Arm; from whaling. H. C. Stakemann, agent. HERO (cutter), 38 ltons, Arthur Horne, master; at the Queen's Wharf ; bound to Launceston. H. W. Phillips, agent. &nbsp; JOHN HEYES (barque), 350 tons, G. W. Woodward, master; in the stream; loading for London. G. Young, agent. MARY WHYTE (barque), 330 tons, Walker, master, at the McLaren Wharf ; discharging from Liverpool, C. S. Penny, agent. PRINCE ALBERT (brig), 280 tons, Craib, master; in the stream ; loading for Liverpool. Hagen and Co., agents. SYMMETRY (ship), 404 tons, Elder, master; in the stream ; loa...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 12 November 1844
SMELTING. - It gives us pleasure to learn that our enterprising citizen Mr Bean has succeeded in get- ting a person qualified to take charge of his smelt- ing works. He will have no difficulty in smelting lead, and will probably also succeed with copper. &nbsp; WE learn from a flockholder, who has runs upon the River Light, that he has ascertained by personal experience, and by that of one of his servants, that the waters of the river at one of his stations pos- sesses medicinal qualities. On two several occa- sions when he has resided in a different part of the country he suffered from illness, but on removing to the station at the Light he was completely cured ; &nbsp; and he mentions several other facts corroborative of his opinion of its medicinal virtues. &nbsp; THE HARVEST. - In a few instances the farmers have begun to cut their barley, and it is expected that, if the present ripening weather continues, the barley harvest will be general in a week or t...
Select Poetry. ROBERT BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
£ rf crt £ortrg. RORERT BITRNTQ. BY JAMES MONTGOMEKy, *SQ. WHAT bird, j« beaoiv, flight, &lt;»r «ong, Can with the bard compare, Who «aog a« sweet, and boafd .* st tong, As-ever child of air T HU plome, bia note, his form could Boro«, For whim or pleasure, change : He w«« not one, bot ail by «urns, With transmigration stringe. The blar-khird. oracle of spring. When floged hi« moral lay, T' e swallow wheeling on the wing. Capriciously at piaf ; Th» hnunning bird, from bloom to bloom, Inhaling heavenly balm ; The men, in the tempest's gloom ; The halcyon, ¡a the calm : Ia " auld Kirk Alloway" the owl, At witching time of night ; By " Boonie Doon," the earliest fowl That oaroll'd to the light. He was the wren amidst the grove. When in his homely vein ; At Bannockburn, the bird of Jove, With thunder in his train. The woodlark in his mournful boura. The goldfinch in his mirth ; The thrush, a spendthrift of bis powers. Enrapturing heaven and earth. The «mm in majesty and grace. Co...
LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
LATEST DATES FROM Britain (direct).Jone 23 Britain, via Cape..... July 17 Britain via Hobarton.July 8 American......... Jane 20 Cape of Gool Hope.September 18 Ma o ritma...*....««...«............. August 1 East Indies.?.September China. September 1 Singapore..*...* September 12 Sydney................October 19 New Zealand.Sept. 12 Port Phillip. October 26 Van Diemen's Land.October 26, Swan River.. October 6, 1
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
VESSELS EXPECTED. From London-The barque Madras, Captain Kit ching, about the 1st December. From the Mauritius-The barque Guiana, Captain Duff, about the middle of December. From Swan River-The cutter Alpha, time uncertain. From Sydney-The brig Emma, daily ; and the schooner Hawk (via Melbourne) in a fortnight. From Melbourne-The cutter Domain, overdue ; the cutter Mary, daily ; and the schooner Hatch in a fortnight. From Hobarton-1'he schooner Bandicoot, overdue. From New Zealand-The schooner John Pirie, Simpson, master, daily. From Launceston-The cutter Alpha, Martin, master, in a few days.
MAILS. General Post Office, 15th November, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
MAILS. i G nersl Post Office, \5'h November 1S44. I Mails for Maniiiius, direct, tbe East Indii-s, and Cape of Good Hope will be despatched on Satatday, the IGth inst., at 12 o'clock, by the Waterwitch. Mails for Gteat Britai;, by ti c Joseph Albino, lo London direcr, will be closed about the 23rd instant. J on y WATTS. Postmaster General.
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
I Eocri ¿a¿toó. THE Dorsel has had a very long and tenir pestuous passage from Sydney, having been no less than twenty-four days at sea. She made the pas- sage up last trip in seven days. THE biig Emma and the schooner Haw fr ar- rived in Sydney, the latter on the 15th, and the j former on the 17th October. THE " HAXSEAT." - Last week eight of the ! hands of this vessel were sent to gaol under a war- rant from the Harbour Master and the Collector ot Customs, for refusing to do their duty on board. On Tuesday Mr Fisher applied to the Judge for a habeas, that they might be brought up into Court. His Honor granted the application, and made the writ returnable yesterday 1 Yesterday morning the men were brought up accordingly, when Mr Fisher applied for their discharge, on the ground of an informality in the warrant of commitment. The Court decided that Mr Fisher's ground of application was good, and ordered the men to be discharged accordingly. These eight, and tea others, wi!l ali leav...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
MISCELLANEOUS. A COUNSELLOR'S ACUMEN.-The following anecdote of Sergeant Vaughan is particularly striking. Whenever the Sergeant went lh*> circuit, as often as he could he rode «>n 'he out- side of the stage cracb. Being once ou a journey to Chelmsford, as usual on the outside,, the coach stopped and took up a very respectable looking man, who also got up outside and seated - himself by the side of the Setgeant, who with a sort of Auiericau curiosity asked bini where be was going ? '* Why, Sir," said he, I am going upon a very unfortunate business ; my brother, a very industrious mau, keeps au iou al Chuinta* ford, and about three months ago, three gentle- men came dowu by nue ot the coaches. After they had breakfasted, they sent for roy brother into the room, and told him tiny had come down to buy corn at the matket, which was held that day, but (said they) if we all co iuto the market ' as buyers, we think it will make the sellers shy. We have therefore agreed that this gent...
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. Thursday, November 14, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
PRICES Of COLONIA L PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. Thursday, November 14, 1844. * Wheat... 2« 9d to 3s per bushel Floor, fine. £18 per ton seconds.... £15 per ditto Pollard. 10d to ls per 20lb* Bran.. 8d to 9d aer bushel Bariey. English. 3a 3J to 33 Cd ditto Cape. ls 9d to 2s 6d ditto Skinless.. 2s 9d ditto Bread. 5d per 4-lb loaf Biscuit. 10s to 15s per cwt Oats . 3s 9i per bushel Maize. Ss to3s 3d ditto Peas, white. 3d per lb bioe. 4d ditto Hay..... £2 lus per ton ! Oaten ditto. £2 to £2 10s ditto BOTCHER'S MEAT. I Beef. 2|d to 3d per lb ; Mutton .. .". ld to 2d ditto Veal and pork... 4d to 6d ditto Lamb . . _.,. 3d to 4d ditto Í PotJLTRY. Fowls. 2s to 2s 6d per pair Ducks ........................ 3s to 4s per pair Geese ........................ 4s to 7seach Turkeys . 7s to I Os each Wild ducks. ls per pair Pigeons. ls 6d per pair ' DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter, fresh . 6.1 to 7J per lb Cheese. 5J to 7d per lb Mi-'k . 3d per quart Eggs. od to Gd per dozen CATTLE, ETC. Bullocks £1 to £S Ewes 6s to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
Cargo of "Eliza,'' from Hobart Town« Valuable Merchandise, ex "John Heyes" and - Bleng. " JOHN BENTHAM NEALES will sell on Saturday as under; and the attention of buyers is particularly requested. To «Drapers and Slop-sellers. Drills, broad cloth, muslins, ticks, 2040 print and muslin dress, lining, jacconets, cambrics, table covers, merinos, Orlean's cloths, toweling, Bilk handkerchiefs, flannels, gambroons, cords, Palm Leaf Hats. To Cabinet-makers andUpholsterers. Worsted and silk tassels and fringes, perfo- rated zink sofas, broad ticks, mouldings in rosewood ; grit, maple, and black drawer knobs in every variety ; bed lace, float lace, bedsteads, moreens, in greeu, crimson, and drab ; Hair Cloth Seatings, from 16 to 21 inch; hassock feet, &c. To Ironmongers and Builders. Mortice aud other chisels, hits, screws, augers, turn-screws, draw-knives, flat bastard flies, trying; and smoothing planes, spokeshaves, FRYING, dust, end coal pans; kegs patent nails-American shingle ;...
THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. WE announced on Tuesday that, on the Sunday previous, the newly appointed Bishop of Adelaide had commenced his labours in this colony. We now, according to promise, present our readers with the address which was read to him, on that occasion, by Mr Johnson, on behalf of the Catholics of the colony, and also with the reply of the Bishop. The address was as follows : ADDRESS. " Your Lordship-We, the Catholics of the pro- vince of South Australia, joyfully welcome the arrival of a pastor whose prudent zeal, and other amiable virtues, have gained him universal es- teem, and particularly endeared him to the se- veral flocks which have been placed under his spiritual guidance. "But while we highly appreciate the blessings we anticipate from your Lordships acknow- ledged talents and virtues, and admire the many sacrifices you have made in assuming the charge of a people so few in number and so humble iu circumstances as the Catholics of this colony, we cannot forbea...
THE EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 15 November 1844
THE EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY. THE great object of this society, as our readers are doubtless aware, is the establishment of an academy in Adelaide, for instruction in the higher branches of education. Their anxious desire being to establish it on such a broad basis that the whole community may support it, a scheme has been submitted to the clergymen of all religious denomi- nations, which has received their sanction. The committee finding that the public mind is not sufficiently aroused to the immense importance of the object they have in view, appointed a sub- committee for the purpose of communicating with the various clergymen upon the subject. The sub- committee were authorised to solicit their support and influence, to request them to inculcate on the people the importance of education, and, if con- venient, to deliver each a lecture on the subject. The sub-committee have accordingly waited upon the various clergymen, who have very cordially entered into the views of the society. Th...