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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845
Sales iii? Suction. Cattle and 2fflerchan4isef MESSRS LAMBERT & SON trill sell by public auction» at their rooms, Hindley .treet, This Day, the 24th of January, at 12 o'clock . The usual cattle sale with various lots of merchandise. JPQ the Sporting Wartd «*.*«? jßreeders oJF Morses. Tis from the noble and the good, A gallant race proceeds ; Ss the strong herds, a gen'rous brcod. The barb a barb succeeds." «AUB OF TBS CBXJBB&&TS» WW «IN G HOBBES, MESSRS LAMBERT & SON have been honoured with instructions to submit for public competition, positively on Wednesday, .the 5th February, 1845, atone o'clock precisely, at the request of the owners, in order that the public may be enabled to attend the sale of both lots of horses. Afr. Neales having as sented to the arrangement, the sale now adver. tised by Messrs L. & Son will take place at Mr Neales's stock-yard, when it is hoped every gentleman desirous of possessing the best blood in the colony will...
THE SPORTING MAGAZINE. (M.A. PITTMAN, WARWICK-SQUARE.) (From the Era, August 11.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845
THE SPORTING MAGAZINE. (M.A. PITTMAN, WABVIC K.-S QUAE E.) (From the Era, August ll.) IT would be difficult for the Englishman ip ' realise " Whose heart untravelled fondly turns to home," such a scene as we are about to extract from " Sporting in Yankee Land," where the writer ,gives a very graphic narrative of the two great trotting matches between Ripton, tooled by George Young, aud Amer ¡cus, presided over by George Spicer: "Holloa! Judge, how are you?" said a fellow minus a coat, and with his shirt-sleeves tucked np above his elbows, and slapping the Judge at the same time on the shoulder; which said Judge, with an air of drunken gravity, and evidently rather " far gone," or " half seas over," or, tolerably well corned,'' or bucked," as the Yankees say, was strenuously endeavouring to force his way through the crowd at the door towards the region of " cocktails," ** cobblers,'' " slings," and "smashers," of which he had, without question, consumed already no incon siderable qua...
LIFE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845
LIFE IN LONDON. THE London paper» contain, as usual, amusing and characteristic scenes from London life. We give to-day tim following specimens: THAMES OFFICE.-Saturday, shortly before the closiug of the Court, Mr Pelham, accoaa ! panted by Mr Hemigway, King's Arms, Mile end-road, Mr Holdeiness, Hutchinson's Arms, Devonport . street. Commercial Road, Mr Walton, Rose and Punch Bowl, Redmau's row, Stepney, and several other licensed vic (Hallets, appeared to complain of practices by vríiic-h three or four persons, professing to be the acciedited agents of (he coal-\\ [tippers of the p.i.-t of London, and a large body of the northern pitmen, went about and contrived to . obtain considerable sums. Mr Pelham said tte knew it was not the pro vince of a magistrate to give advice; but the circumstances under which he applied were so j curious, that he was himself puzzled how to pro - | ceed, so as to protect the public, and especially the licensed victuallers of the Thames district, from a ...
PARKHURST BOYS—PUBLIC MEETING OF THE COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845
PARKHURST BOYS-PUBLIC MEETING OF THE COLONISTS. ON Tuesday last a meeting of the citizens was held in Messrs Lambeitand Son's rooms. Hind ley-street, for the purpose of memorialising the Home Government against the introduction of youths from Parkhurst Penitentiary. Ou the motion of Edward Stephens, Esq., John Morphett, Esq., M.L.C., was called to the chair. Mr Morphett said that he was happy to obey Ihe call by the meeting to take the chair, but at the same time he would confess that he would rather some other person had been appointed, as he wished to express the very strong opinion he had formed against the introduction of con vict youths from Parkhurst. That he could not do as chairman, but he would nevertheless per form his duty in the chair impartially aud fairly. The Chairman then read the requisition calling the meeting, and proceeded to say that it would be in the recollection of ail, or most of them, that the same subject had beeu mooted about fifteen or eighteen months ag...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 25 January 1845
THE GERMANS PER " PALMYRA"'-We are glad to hear that Osmond Gilles, Esq., has kindly allowed the Ger mans who arrived per Palmyra, to occupy the old huts erected by some of the first German settlers in1839 at &nbsp; the village of Glen Osmond, for a few months, till they get permanently settled. The new comers are young couples, with families, from the agricultural districts of Mecklenburg Schwerin, and several of them, we are happy to say, have already got employment from the neighbouring farmers. It appears that these Germans have been particularly fortunate in the results of their, emigration; having left the Elbe in May last they had &nbsp; four months run to New Zealand, thirteen weeks there, and one month en route trom that place to Port Ade laide, via Hobarton ; eight months in all. They were &nbsp; sent out at the entire expense of a Mecklenburg Coumt, who purchased from 1500 to 2500 acres of land from the &nbsp; New Zealand Company. From not ...
Local [?]ews. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
j -. I -. THE S E. COAST OF ?o. T.I AUSTRAT IA". - We find the fol lowing paragraph in the Portland Guardian of the I itu January: ** RIVOLI AND BUPFOH'S BAT. - A Rood" deal of confu sion exists as ta the names and identity of two haye lyin^ south-east of Cape Northumberland, usually called Rivoli and Burton's Biys. They are distant from earn other about twenty five n:i!es, and are otten.cnufounded one with the other ; BuíFon's often getting ^be njune of Hivoli and Rivoli that of Buffon's. Tliis confusion ap - pears to have nr sen from tue ignorance or carelessness of copyists, and has been increased hy the ciirumsfcu-.ce of recent navigators applying the name of Rivoli to that very indentation ol the co.-ist which the late South Aus tralian explorers, under the direction of C.ipt. Grey, have given to Buffon's Bay." As this appears in ihe Register of Saturday Ias+ (AS from the Portland Exatt iner ), without any contradiction, we think it the more necessary to quote it, and correct i...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THR SOUTH ATSTRALIAN. Adelaide, Jan. 21, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
I-.-. I TO THE EDITOR OF THR SOOTH ATJSTß ALIAN. Adelaide, Jan. 21, 1845. SIR-Having seen in the Observer of last Saturday's date, a letter upon the subject of the civilization of the natives, by a person signing himself "N. A.," I beg to ofter a few remarks upon the sentiments expressed by the writer in that letter. I was grieved ta find that the anthor could so publicly ridicule the good effect the native schools must have on the aboriginal population of this colony. Does this short-sighted person think the missionaries or Sunday I teachers are capable of working miracles, by suddenly ' converting the natives to the Christian religion, so ns to cast aside superstitions, which cling so tennrinnsly to heathen nations, and to comprehend the divine precepts taught us in the B«h!e ? Let him only !o »k lo the « uro pean population ; to those bora in a Christian Un\. «nd of Christian parents ; bow frequently is the song «ni the jeat followed by bíasphcmoü'i expressions ; does he not hear...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
SPORTING. ON Thursday last the friends and patrons of the turf entertained at dinner, at Mr Linea's, Port Road, Captain Wilkinson, the spirited importer of the winners at the late races. As a whet, a bit of sporting in the shape of a hurdle race and a match or two came off on a good level circular course of one mile, staked by Mr Lines, and on which, we believe, Matilda, Rienzi, and GEdipus trained. After a pony race which afforded, as these trifles often do, much amusement, a hurdle race was run for sweep stakes, Heats-One mile. Three hurdles in each heat. Catch weights. ! Mr Wilkinson's e.g.Bobby (MrHulkes).. 1 I Mr Hulkes'e b.g. Peter Finn.2 2 Six others started. This race was as good a one as ever graced the sport ing annals of South Australia. The two took the last i hurdle together, and there was nothing to spare on coming to the post. A match of rather an uncommon kind followed between Mr Paxton's well-known, grey mare and a pony lately ar rived, the property of Mr Harriott ;...
SAVINGS BANE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
SAVINGS BANE. STATEMENT submitted ta tbs Monthly Meeting of Direo fcorss of the South Australian Savings Bank-December 2, . 1844 Thü balance as at the present date, stund« as follows No. Ac«oun!i. Depositors . Bank of South Australia.,. Interest Account............... Bank of South Austrnlia-, Deposit Ditto Australasia ditto. Dilit rort Uraacli. Sume Dr. £ ·· d. 488 9 7 707 13 4 0 10 9 250 0 0 377 13 1 35 2 6 J865 8 3 Sums Cr. li nia noe» Dr. £ s. d.l £ s il. 1243 3 575 3 ö! 132" 9 M 27 8 11 I 250 0 ( 377 12 1 19 12 ()| ]5 10 18G5 8 3 775 12 i Ualançti Cr. £ ß. d. 754 13 10 20 18 2 775 12 0' The number of depositors Ly last monthly report was in B'I .......................... 89 Since withdrawn their whole balances ............ 4 85 Acid ne»» depositors. 6 Total number of depositors.... S3 The above total amount of «lepnsitB £754 13s Iud, divided by 93, gi»es £8 2s 3d as the average rate of oVpjsit per head. The following tabular view is extracted from the state ments isaiie on th« ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 21 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
MELBOURNE MARKETS.-I) KC KM HER 2S. THE following is the Gazetteer** repwt of if«*» stock market for the week ending the 21st of December : - Fat cattle are scarce and in deland, (fica being none in the market for Christmas, Messrs Bear & Son sold, on Monday last, 45 head, at prices ranging from £2 Ils tn £3 2s each ; the cattle averaged from 550 to 600 lbs. This is, we believe, the only lot offered for sale in the matket this week. Messrs Brodie & Cruik shank disposed of a mixed lot of 53 head of cattle, by private sale, at £l each. Me*sr* Mickie & Lilburne sold a few teams of working bullocks at from £6 to £8 per pair. Sheep-Messrs Bea r&Son effected a private sale of 1300 ewes (*horn), with their increase given in, without station, at 8s 6d each, eash. The sheep offered by these gentlemen for «ale hy auction, on Thursday last, were bought in at 7s 9d per head. 2000 ewes, without station, were sold hy Messrs Mickle & LU bu me al 6» Od to 7s ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
pipping Intelligence. A ER! VED. JAN. 24-The cutter Jane 8f Emma, 33 tons, Irvine, master, from Launceston and Circular Head. Passengers -W. Barrett, J. Laurie, Mr and Mrs Neall, Mr and Hrs Ryan and child, J. Dyson, Mr and Mrs Firth. T. Brady, W. Rassel!, W. Williams, M. Palmer, W. Broggon, W. Kelly,J. Harrold, H.Jones, and A. H. Boyce. JAK. 26-The schooner Marys, 61 tons, Chard, master, j trom Hobart Town. Passengers-Messrs Coglin, J. Rigs, W. Rayner, and H. Rayner.
ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
ENGLISH. There will be no scarcity of ships in Van Diemen's Land to load for England. In addition to the regular traders, there are three convict ships now loading, and government require ^,000 tons of building materials to be shipped at once to Hobart Town, for the purpose of erecting barracks I The last packet ship for Sydney, the Victor, has V j£30,000 of specie on board for the banks.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
i IMPORT». Cargo of the Jane $ Emma, from Launceston-3 hhds brandy, 5 quarter-casks ditto, 60 bags potatoes, 1 bag apples, J. Hamilton &Co. Cargo of tbe Marys, from Hobart Town-1 case mer cery, I bale linens, 3 bales cotton, 1 bale canvass, $ bales slops, 1 case hardware, 1 bale caps, 2 trunks shoes, 2 cases hosiery, Joseph. ; 1 ease leather, 6 qr. easks vinegar, 12 cases oilman's stores. Newman. The Opossum and William, cutters, were advertised at Launceston to sail for Port Adelaide, the former on 7th the latter on 17th January. The Margaret, schooner, was advertised at Port Phillip on 23rd December to sail on the 29th for Port Fairy, Portland Bay, and Port Adelaide.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
TO CORRESPONDENTS. WE are obliged still to postpone " The Critie Criticised." A correspondent who writes in auswerte the* letter undex the signature " N.A." in the Observer, will see that lu is forestalled by "Justit» A raster." The promised extract from Murray's Review, statement as to the expense of conveying Chinese from Singa pore, and several other articles, mult also be de ferred.
Colonial Markcts. COMMERCIAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
i Colonial í&arfccís, j COMMERCIAL REVIEW. j THE business of the week has been confined to the re tail trade, in which, as usual, at this season of the year, considerable activity has prevailed. The wool teams continu? to arrive, and return well laden with supplies. I By the Persian, we learn that the wool msrkets re ! roained firm, with an upward tendency. The wools per Glenroi/ and Diamond, averaged 1 s 8$d at Liver pool, on the 11 th September. The Persian brings 1184 bags St. (Joe's salt, and a large quantity of iron.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
" ^outfc gU»iraUan" GENERAL :P&3 Ü3TI M&lt;5 SSTASOLOSHIRillEraY. f^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." j Printing Office, ^ undle-street, Nov. ll, 1844. The proprietor of this journal, on investigating various matters connected with his recent purchase&lt; finds thai 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 öf 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, «nd he proposes to make changes as follo...
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 27th, 1844. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
t SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. I j Corrected to Dec. 27th, 1844. [ EXPORT?. i _ t* _ J I UILS,- * s. a. j Sperm (firm). £60 to 64 0 Oj' Í Black£l5to. 17 O 0 ! ; Hides, each, 8s. to. O 9 O j Tallow, per ton (firm), £26 to . 28 0 0 j Mess Beef, in tierce (Col.). £2 to.. 2 5 0 I Horns and Tips, per 123, 8s. 6J. to 0 10 4 Soap, per ton, £20 to . 23 0 OJ | Candles, per lb.,3d. to... 0 0 3&lt; Colonial Tobacco ls. to...... 0 1 2 Walsall's. 0 1 6 Wheat 3-. 4d. to. 0 3 9 Flour, 1st, per ton, £9 to . ll 0 O' 2nd, £7 to. 9 0 0 3rd, none COLONIAL REFINED SUGARS Fine Loaves (large stock on hand) per lb. 0 0 4f i Tillers, none Crushed Lump, per cwt..... i 16 0 J i Pieces (very fine) per cwt. 113 0 . Ditto, fine, per cwt. 1 8 0 Molasses, per ton.. 12 0 0 j IMPORTS. TEAS - Hyson-skin, best brands, £4 to.... 4 5 0 I Congou, per chest, £5 to.* 7 0 Q Pekoe, per half chest. 2 10 0 Gunpowder, per cally . 3 0 0 Hyson, per catty . 1 15 0 SUGARS MauilU(firm) £24 to. 26 0 0 1 Mauritius, noue Siam . 26 O O...