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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCEIN ADELAIDE. January 28, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. January 28, 1845. j Wheat ........ 2» &lt;M to ta par bushel Flour, fini. a?8 Wa to tí per ton seeoads. £7 lo £7 10» per ditto Pollard . 1»per201b. Bran. Sd par basnet Barter. English. 3s 3d to Ss 6d ¿itt« Cape. 1« 9d to 2* 64 duto Skinless.. 2s fid ditto Bread.. 6d p?r 4-u> loaf Biscuit.». 10s to 15s per ewt Oats. 2s 6d to Sa per bushel Maize... 3s to 3s 3d ditto Peas, white. 3d per lb blue .**... 4d ditto Hay. £115sto£2 lOspertoa Oaten ditto. £110s te £210s dill* BOTCHER'S MEAT. Bee'..«............... 3|d to 4d per lb Motton . 2d to 2§d ditto Veal ...... «..«... «......... 4d te 6d ditto Lamb . . .&lt;. 2*4 *» 3d ditto POULTRY. Fowls. 2s fid to 3s pe? pair Ducks. Ss to 4a per pair Geese ... 5s»o7seaeh Turkeys. 7s to 10s each Wild ducks. I* 6d per pair Pigeons...*..* ls 3d per pair DAISY PROPBCE. Butter, fresh. 9d per lb Cheese. 6d to 9d per lb Milk . 4d ?«r gaari Egg«. 8d per dozen CATTLE, ETC. Bullocks £4 to £5 Ewes 7e to...
LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
LATEST DATES FROM Britain. Sept.25 America........... «.August 24 Cape of Good Hops.November 21 Mauritius.... August 12 East ladies.»..August Citina.........i.......... September! Singspore.September 12 Sydney. December St New Z*alaa&lt;i.November 26 Port Phillip ..December 21 Van Uieoieu'a Land .................... January 4 Swan Rtvar... October 6 Portiaal lia j............January 15
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
VESSELS EXPECTED. i From London-A vessel with emigrants. From Leith-The schooner Sam Pareille, Capt. Brodie, in about a month. From th« Mauritius--Th» barque Guinn, Captain Duff, daily. From Launceston-The cutters William «nd Oppouum, j in a «esk. .From Melbourne-Tiie schooner Margaret, ia a week. Frost Genaaoy-A vessel with emigrants.
Cobernment Casette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
^obernment &lt;$a?ette. Colonial Secretary's Office, January 21, 1845.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the following Returns of Inimigration and Emigration at Port Adelaide, during thc last Quarter, be published for general information.-By his t-xcellency's command. A. M. MUNDY, Colonial Secretary. ABSTRACT RVLTUXJ? of Immigration and Emigration, at Port Adelaide, during the year ending 31st December, 1844: Name of Port Immigration. Adults. M. P. Chil dren. Emigration. Adults. M. Chil dren. Total. Immi gration Great Britain London. Liverpool. Leith. British Colonies Cape Town. Mauritius. Singapore. New South Wales Sydney. Melbourne. Portland Bay. V. D. Land Hobart Town... . Launceston. Circular Head.. Western Australia. * New Zealand. Foreign. States Guam. Bremen.». Whaling voj-age. 52 i 6 6 i 2 102 87 19 98 95 18 34 8 0 51 0 24 2 6 2 0 O 56 29 4 27 27 1 12 2 O 41 0 Totals. 580 233 2a 2 2 0 0 0 47 26 13 44 38 I 7 3 0 93 0 30 i 36 0 0 0 0 56 9 13 2...
PILOTAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
PILOTAGE RATES. Every vessel drawiag 7 feet »nd nader. ....... S 0 . « 8 feet toO fret. 3 IO 0 « " 9 feet te 10 feet.. ,. 4 0 0 And BO ea, inpressing I Os tor every addiiioual foo!. CUSTOMS' IM PO LIT D UT I ES. On spirits, die produce and manufacture of the Uni'.ed Kingdom or any British possession, pergamon ............................ 080 Ml otber spirits. I. 0 12 0 Wine.......15 per cent, ad valorem Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, me:!, wheat, rice, sod older grain and pu!se imported...5 per cent. Cigars, per tb. 0 ft 0 Other manufactured tabacco and snuff. 0 2 0 Ali other tobacco (except tobacco s'ems) .... 0 I 6 Porter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, IO per cent AU merchandise not b=ias the produce or manu facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. AU other goads (British included), 5 per cent. The following articles ate exempt from duty, namely, bottle' of common ffiass, if importée! faH, bullion and coin. live stock, of all Lind«, seeds, bulbs,and pleats.
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
KOTÍCE. Police Magistrate's Office, January 13.-Notice is hereby given thnt the portion of the River Torrens between the bridge near the South Australian Company's steam mill and the abordne«? location is reserved to the public use for thc supply of water. Whosoever shall bathe within such bounds, or throw, i or iay. or suffer to fall into the waler any offal, carrion, filth, or other offensive thing, will be prosecuted. B. T. FINNISS, J.R. j Police Magistrate.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to January 25.) IMPORTED [?]OODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to January j rxPORTEDeOODI. Ale, light.perbhd -stroig ..per barrel -- bottled '...«....«....per dozen Bacon ....... do. Bags, 3-bushel....each Blankets .«per pair Blue...'...per lb. 1 Candles, wax . do. ? ? sperm ......«..»?..».«.. do. -moulds. do. Canvas.««per bolt Casks......pertnn Cedar, in log.per foot -inboards.......... do. Cigare, Manilla, io bond ....per 1000 Coal»...per ton Coffee,.per lb. Copper, sheathing .............. do. -Nails..... do. Cordage, English.per cwt. Manilla..............-. do. Corrosive Sublimate.per lb. Crystals of Soda..per cwt. Currants...per lb. Deals, 9 by 3.per foot -ft by 3. do. Figs ........per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .............. do. -E. I. do. Glass, IO by 12.... . ........ per box Glue......... ..............per lb. Gunpowder, fine.............. do. -blasting .......w....... do. Glac«, sheet U by 10 .per tOO feet 16 14 ie 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 M 14 Ditto crown 9 IO 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 14 do. do. do...
I LOVE THEE BETTER NOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
I LOVE THEE BETTER NOW. I Oh, no !-not e'en when firet we loved Wert thou so dear as now thou art ; Thy beauty then my senses moved. But uow thy virtues bind my heart. What was but passion's sigh before Has since been turned to reason's vow. And though I then might love thee more, Trust me, I love thee better now. Although my heart in earlier youth Might kindle with more wild desire, Believe me, it has «rained in truth Much more thac it has lost in fire. The fl,itne cow warms my inmost core, That then but sparkled o'er my brow ; And, though I seem'd to love thee more. Yet, oh t i love-tbee'better now.
THE [?]UTOBIOGRAPHY OF MR. PUXCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MR. PUXCH. .[MR PUNCH requests that if we favor the public "Villi his history, we «mist p-iblts't «he w hole at oiic*>. We feçi greatly annoyed at .the terms of this it-quest on two giound-; ist-That he should suppose we would have the h.td taste to delay the i uhlicatimi «»f a:iy of Iiis literary favotv* and 2nd-That he should cai! the pre gent communication *' the whole" of his autobi ography. Pei ha pa he will think awaiti, and recaí íor public edification many other moving u ven's hy flood and field, ol which he must have been the hero. Mr Punch .has a 1 ¡uh literary taine, and is known to tte ubiquitous. He must not, therefore, t.Pir!ect tile "South Australian " public, if he wishes to save him self from being hung' outright. As Mr Peck sniff said, vve may provo " an ugly customer," and rather more of an adept thati our friend's friend, the Sheriff. - ED. S. A.] I was made (bom i can't say) I don't know when, nor can I tell where. Though a wooden figure,...
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, LAND SALES, EMIGRATION, AND IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, LAND SALES, EMIGRATION, AND IMMIGRATION. IN consequence of circumstances unnecessary to mention, the Government Gazette of last week was not published till Fridayraud-the task of introducing it to public attention was ac cordingly undertaken by our hebdomadal con-' i temporary. From long experience of our friend, we prophesied that he would make some blun ders, but he has made some which are rather i more aggravated than we sheeted. ' Referring our readers to Copies of important; ! returns, &c, on the above Subjects, which will be found on the fourth page, we have now to state, that the Government have most graciously met the eager desires of* the public, by con senting to submit to public competition lands near Adelaide, and near Kapunda mine, known to contain valuable minerals; but it is not true, as the Register has so stupidly promulgated, that the land adjoining Montacute mine is to be exposed to sale. The terms of the description of the lands mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
Sale« fcî? äuetion._ J. B. NBALES'S Wednesday . . . Remaining cargo of the ** Emma, " " Lightning, " Pal myra," and goods ex »."Marys." Saturday .... Cattle, merchandise and a splendid horse and chaise. Wednesday WCCk The racing horses -'Matilda,' 'Gratis/ * Mossrose,' « Black Bess,' «Old Chest nut,' ' Big Ben,' and two others; pedigtee and performances in ia bills of the day. Saturday week A large lot* of cattle. J. B. NEALES pledges himself not to be out done hy uny parties advertising to do business at half price, and hopea geller» of goods will be guided by the only fair le«t, NETT PROCEEDS, which be will engage shall be as great at all times as any auctioneer's, evett were they to advertise to do business For no Commitsion. J. B. Neales*s terms will be the sam« as usual, aud true account sales and proceed« rea- 1 dered with the well known despatch his estab lishment has always been noted for. -I Wednesday at loon. O H N BENTHAM NEALES will commence with $0 heps herrings (ZO wit...
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY. JANUARY 28. 1845. THE "JANE AND EMMA," FROM LAUNCESTON. AND "MARYS," FROM HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
Wfa Banty attótraliam ADÉLAÏDE: TUESDAY, JAJJOARY 28, IS45. THE «JANE AND EMMA," FROM LAUNCESTON. AND " MARYS," FROM HOBART TOWN. BY these vessels we have received files from Van Diemen s Land to 4th Jan., and from Portland Bay to 15th Jan. The dates from England are up to 25th Sept., but there is no general or political news of importance. The reports of wool, oil, and other markets will be found below : LIVERPOOL WOOL SALES. The public sales of Australian wool, which commenced on the 11th instant, and terminated yesterday, brought together a very full attendance of the trade The wools from Port Phillip and Adelaide show a decided im provement in condition o«er late years, although still' rather heavy and wast y. The Sydney wools were for the most part inferíoi to those offered at the late sales. We are glad again to notice all these descriptions are more free from burrs than of late years ; and it is io be hoped there will not again be cause of complaint on this score, as the colo...
MAILS. General Fost-office, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
MAILS. } General Fost-oSce, Jan. 28. } Mails for Great Britain, by the John Heye» and Yare, will be closed on the 31st instant. Mails for Van Diemen's Land, by the Palmyra to Ho bart Town, and Jane fy Emma to Launceston, will be closed on Wednesday the 29th instant; and by the Marys to Hobart Town, on the 30th instant. Mails for for Port Phillip, tia Launceston, will be forwarded by the Jaue 4* Emma. Mails for Sydney (direct), and New Zealand, by the Emma, will be closed on Saturday the 1st February. I JOHN WATTS, | 1 Postmaster General.
SETTLTRS' WHOLESALE P[?]ICE CURRENT. Sudney December 27th 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
SETTtrr.s' wHOLnsATF. rrîrr. CIT.JEXT. Si/«r"wy. l)ecei,i!>er-27th. 1844. VkHTAT-TIIP nrrivH'S fit loif* i:»ve lue» vrry l:rni'id. nn.d the samples fold of colonM growth Icu . fetched frorn Ss tGi io 2s 2d, bm a ch-clhre i-i prif e is expected. MAIZE is gettms scatrp, and on iri«p in pure. EKGUSH BARLEY, if good, is worth 2s in 2s Gi pe bushel CAPE BARLEY will fi .d purchasrrs at about the san A price HS maize. HAY of both kind?, oaten and Lucerne, will sell wei« and obtain better prices if of çood quality. BACON & HAMS are much in demand, und will sell readily at reduced priws. BUTTER continues exceedingly plentiful, and prices much the same. CIIBESE is very scarce, r.nd in creal demand. FOGS are wanted, and if equally mixed ui.h ducks*, sell readily and obtaiti the heit pures. PIGS are very saleable and would fetch better price«, but the low prire ot butchers* meat prevents it POTATOES remain much the same. TALLOW is saleable, pud advances c»n be obtained. HIDES seil ve...
PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
PROCLAMATION. ßy iiis Excellency George Groy, Esq., Gover nor and Commander-in-Chief of Ber Ma jetty's Province of South Australia, and its Dependencies, and V ice Admiral of the same, &c, &c, &c. In jMnsuar.ee of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Bi itain and Ireland, passed in the fifth and sixth years -f her ¡Majesty's reign, etitituled ** \ II Act for Regulating thtf Sale of Waste Lauds belonging tu the Crown in the Australian Colonies"-I do hereby ?"?tify and proclaim that, at eleven o'clock of Saturday the nine teenth «if April next, the fallowing portions of Ciown Lands will be offered for sale by public auc»too at the Coleniai Treasury, at Adelaide, at the unset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under file pro visions, of the above-recited Act (deposit, len per cent.) : - Ko. of Lot. 1756 1757 1758 1759 No. j Area of j in Sec. Acres! 5541 5542 5543 5544 84 84 84 84 17...
Return of Ships Inwards, and of Immigration at Port Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
Return of Ships Inwards, and of Immigration at Port Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. 11 GKEAT BRITAIN. Passengers. Adults, ai M. i F. 1416 65 26 i ll Children. M. F. BRITISH COLONIES. FOUEICTN STATES. 1572 Passengers. Adults. M. F. Children M. 118 173 48 35 _ © F. |£ 33~!l 278 Passengers, Adults. Children TOTAL. 24 3266 2141 Passengers. Adults. M. 204 F. Children. M. 59 41 F. 37 Ii. Ii. TÜRKENs, Collector. Return of Ships Outwards, and of Emigration from Pott Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. G It li AT Ult I TAIN. 54828 Passengers. Adults. Children F. j M. 7 : 6 M. 13 F. IG intlTISU COLONIES. Passengers. I'OHEICiN STATUS. 1136 85 Adults. M. F. 36 12 _£ Children.!5 M. F, Passengers. g Adults. « ! 377 331 Children 20 206 i 146 Pujgsuugurt). Adults. M. F. 49 ! 19 Children! M. I P. T| 6 li. Ii. Ton KENS, Collector. Colonial Secretary's Office, January 22,1845. Tenders will be received at the Audit Office, unti! noon of Monday the third proximo, for the supply of the fo...
CONVICT EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845
CONVICT EMIGRATION. I PROM the Reports relative to Parkhurst Prison io 1844, we shall select some information rela tive to the young convicts, with a parcel of whom we have been threatened. During 1844, 183 new prisoners were re ceived, and 132 boys left. Of the latter, were sent, as apprentices, j To Western Australia, with conditional pardon 28 j To Van Diemen's land.21 To Kew Zealand. 9 As emigrants, To Van Diemen's Land...ll To do., to receive probationary passes there.... 19 To New Zealand..22 In all.110 They are employed in Parkhurst as shoe makers, tailors, sawyers, carpenters, bricklayers, house-painters, and in cultivating land. As a specimen of the character of the best of those sent out, viz., the emigrants and ap Ïir entices to Western Australia and New Zea and, we subjoin their history from the report : 19 40 42 161 157 m 165 168 179 182 186 191 193 195 197 200 15 13 13 14 14 12 12 14 14 15 16 14 14 12 13 13 Offence. Sentence. Larceny Housebreaking Felony Larceny Do. Do...