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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 28 January 1845

    BIRTHS. —On 24th instant, at Stradbroke, Mrs Fred. Bayne, of a daughter. January 26. —Mrs J. Partridge, of Grenfell-street, of a son. DIED. —On the 23rd instant, Mr Wm. Wilkins, of the " Market House" public-house, Thebarton, after a severe mental affliction.

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WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up to January 25.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrected up ta January SPORTED eoooi. Ale, light.peruhd -- strong , .per barrel -- bottled .«............perdozen' Bacon. do. Bags, 3-busbel .each Blankets ??...per pair Blue.per lb. Candles, wax . do. -sperm.,.»..... do. -moulds. do. Canvas.«.per bolt Casks.per tun Cedar, in log.».per foot -inboards.......«...« do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals...perton Coffee.per lb. Copper, sheathing ...... do. - Nails .................... do. Cordage, English ............ per cwt. -Manilla. do. Corrosive Sublimate. .... per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ....... .percwt. Currants.per lb. Deals, 9 by 3....per foot -ii by 3. do. Pigs.per lb. Ginger, Jamaica .......... do. -E. T. do. Glass, 10 by 12.....per box Glue.,...per lb. Gunpowder, fine .............. do. j-. blasting.?». do. ' Glass, sheet 14 by 10 .per IO0 feet 16 14 18 18 18 20 12 12 12 13 14 14 Ditto crown 9 IO 14 14 16 18 20 7 8 10 12 12 12 14 do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. Haras...

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Treturu of Ships Inwarbs, and of Immigration in prro Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

_Return of Ships Inwards, and of Immigration at Port Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. GREAT BRITAIN. Pul 3 1410 Passengers. Adults. M. F. 65! 20 I U Children, F. M. 6 BRITISH COLONIES, 1572 118 Passengers. Adults. M. 178 F. 48 Children M. 35 33 FOREIGN STATES. 278 31 Passengers. Adults. Children TOTAL. 3266 214 Passengers. Adults. M 20-1 F. 59 Childreu. M. 41 F. 37 R. R. Tobbens, Collector. Return of Ships Outwards, and of Emigration from Pott Adelaide during the Fourth Quarter, 1844. GltBAT BRITAIN. 9*1 1*3 548 28 Passengers. Adults. M. 13 F. Children M. F. BRITISH COLONIES. FOREIGN STATES. 1136 Passengers. Adults. 85 M. 36 F. 12 Children. M. Passengers. S Adults. 3773.3, Children TOTA L. Ss 20,2001 146 Passengers. Adults, Children; F.;M. I F. 19 9 ' 6 M. 49 R. R. Toruens, Collector.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-DECEMBER 21. THE following is the Gazetteer** report of tbe stock market for the weekending the 21st of December : - Fat cattle are scarce and in demand, there being none in the market for Christmas. Messrs Bear & Son sold, on Monday last, 45 head, at prices ranging from £2 Ils to £3 2s each ; the cattle averaged from 550 to 600 lbs. This is, we believe, the only lot offered for sale in lite maiket (bis week. Messrs Brodie & Cruik shank disposed of a mixed lot of 53 head of cattle, by private sale, at £l each. Messrs Mickle & Lilburne sold a few teams of working bullocks at from £6 to £8 per pair. Sheep-Messrs Bear & Son effected a private sale of 1300 ewes (shorn), with their increase givett in, without station, at 8s 6d each, cash. The sheep offered by these gentlemen for sale by auction, on Thursday fast, were bought in at 7s 9d per head. 2000 ewes, without station, were sold by Messrs Mickle & Lilburne at 6 s 6d to 7s 6d...

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THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.—LAND SALES, IMMIGRATION, EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

t_:_._._ i THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.-LAND SALES, IMMIGRATION, EMIGRATION. j FOR the convenience of parties sending to England, we repeat the tables copied in our last from the Government Gazette : - ABSTRACT RETURN of Immigration and Emigration, at Port Adelaide, during the year ending 3lst December, 1844: Name of Port. Great Britain London . Liverpool. Leith. British Colonies Cape Town. Mauritius. Singapore. New South Wales Sydney. Melbourne. Portland Bay. V. D. Laud Hobart Town. Launceston. Circular Head. Western Australia. New Zealand. Foreign States Guam.. Bremen. Whaling voyage. Immigration, j Emigration. Adults. M. I F. Totals.1580 |233 | 301 52 1 6 6 i 2 102 87 19 98 95 18 34 8 0 51 0 24 2 6 2 0 0 56 29 4 27 27 1 12 2 0 41 0 Chü dren. 25 2 2 0 0 0 47 26 13 44 38 I 7 3 0 93 0 Adult«. M. F. 36 0 0 7 0 0 56 9 13 27 36 0 ll 0 2 0 0 197 17 0 0 1 0 0 14 4 1 16 7 0 5 0 0 0 2 78 Chil dren. 19 0 0 1 0 0 14 3 0 17 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 72 Total. Immi gration 101 5 14 8 1 S 205 142 38 169 160 20 ...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

THE (WITED STATES. WE bave received intelligence from the United States, via Liverpool and Dublin, lo so late as 11th September. The Dublin Evening Pest of the 23rd thus furnishes it : "After (he usual rapid passage the Hibernia steamer, Capt. Ryrie, reached Liverpool on Tuesday morning. The Cale donia had reached Boston befo'ê the Hibernia's departure. There is no news of particular moment by this arrival, al though the advices extend over a period of nearly a fort night. The presidential election contest does not seem to engross nearly &o much attention as is usual. The state of Louisiana will undoubtedly throw its vote in favor of Slr Clay. The state election there has resulted in the choice of three Democratic and one Wt ig member of Congress, and of a Whig majority of eix, on joint ballot in the s'ate legislature. There has been a split in the Democratic party of New York, arising out of differences on the Texas ques tion. The disunion seems to have originated with a jo...

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EXISTING DEPRESSION IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AND ITS CAUSES. [FROM M'CULLOCH'S DICTIONARY OF COMMERCE, EDITION OF 1844.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

EXISTING DEPRESSION IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AND ITS CAUSES. [FROM M'CULLOCH'S DICTIONARY OF COMMERCE, EDITION OF 1844.1 BANKING has been for a lengthened period one of the principal businesses carried on in Sydney. Four or five ¡ joint stock associations have been established in the town j for carrying on bank business, exclusive of several joint j stock banking associations in London, which have branches j in Sydney. The oldest of the native establishments, the j Bank of New South Wales, was founded in 1816. The I banks have frequently divided at the rate of 20 and 22 per ¡ cent, per annum of profit. But, as might have been anti cipated, this success, by tempting too many competitors into the field, led to an extraordinary over-issue of paper, and has been a principal cause of the wide-spread em ¡ barrassment and distress in which the colony has latterly ¡ ! been involved. It is estimated, apparently on good grounds, j i that the bank notes afloat in Sydney, and bills discounted, ¡ in ...

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Sapping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

Sapping ïirteïltgence. I JANUARY 27.-The cutter Aipha, 37 tons, Martin, from Launceston and Portland Bay, with seventeen pas sengers. JANUARY 29.-The cutter William, 6 tons, Parsons, from Kangaroo Island. Passenger-Mr Cooke. Cargo i ton hoop iron, and 9 bushels wheat. SAILED. JANUARY 30.-The brig Palmyra, 146 tons, Griffiths, for Hobarton. Pasaeagett-Mr T. Sanders, Mr Kelsh, Mr Gill, Mr Stage, Mr New, Mr Ross, and Mr Forster, in the cabin ; and three prisoners ia the steerage.

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Colonial Markets. COMERCIAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

Colonial i&arttctg. COMMERCIAL REVIEW. THE business of the week has been confined'to the re tail trade, tn which, as usual, at this season of the year, considerable activity has prevailed. .The wool teams continue to arrive, and return well Isden with supplies. By the Persian, we learn that the wool markets re mained firm, with an upward tendency. The wools per Glenroy and Diamond, averaged Is 8£d at Liver pool, on the 11th September. The Persian brings 1164 bags St. Ube's salt, and a large quantity of iron.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

<« *>outô australian" CEKERAL JP RQ M Y 0 M G g§Y&©M$KlIM][§:(R9ir. np 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, ? undle-street, Nov. 1i, 1844. $ . The proprietor of this journal, on investigating various matters connected with his recent purchase, finds 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 principle* now universally adopted at home in the management of newspapers, and he proposes to make changes as follows :...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Sydney, December 27th, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Svdtutl. December 27th, 1844. WHEAT-The arrivais of laie have been very limited. and the samples sold of colonial growth have fetched from Ss tod to 3s 3d, but a decline iq price is expected. MAIZE is getting scarce, and on the rise in pt ice. ENGLISH CARLET, if good, is worth 2s to 2s 6d pe bushel CAPE BARLET will fiîd purchasers at about the sam« price es maize, il AT of both kinds, oaten and Lucerne, wjH sett well and obtain better prices if of good quality. BACON & ll AUS are much in demand, and will sell readily at reduced prices. BUTTER continues exceedingly plentiful, and prices much the same. ' "* * CHEESE is very srarce, and in great demand. EGGS are wanted, and if equally mixed with ducks"; sell readily and obtain the besll prices. %ß PIGS are very saleable and would fetch better prices, but the loiv price of butchers* ineat prevents il POTATOES remain much «he same. TALLOW is saleable. ?nd advances cnn be obtained. HIDES sell ver...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

NEW ZEALAND. WE hare been favored with a copy of tho Southern Cross of 30>h November, fro n wh'cb we perceive that matters are rather improving in Auckland, and that the Governor had settled matters, in some degree satisfactorily, at the southern settlements. The natives and whites were cinccntraiinj around Auckland, and some progress was making iu exports and in manufactures. A gentleman at Wellington had four loons al work. We are glad to see that our friend Mr Angras, who has jus* returned to this colony, had been very successful in his delineations i:i New Zealand, a \d that his works had been highly appreciated.

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THE WANTS OF THE COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

THE WANTS OF THE COLONISTS. I FOR the information of the friends of the colony, and of the British people generally, we propose to state distinctly the various most prominent wants of this infant community. We trust we shall not appeal to the mother country for ever tn vain, but that she will at last attend to our ear nest entreaties with something like a parent's tenderness and liberality. 1. We want free labor. This is, in ail new colonies possessing great capabilities, the one thing needful. Such is the increase in our flocks and herds, so many are the fields of labor, so numerous are their undeveloped resources that the cry continually is on this subject that of give, give. We have now 550,000 sheep. Of these 350,000, at the very least, are breeding ewes ; say that 300,000 lambs only are produced, it is evident that 300 new flocks must be formed, and that 200 men will be required to attend them. Then the mining proprietors require 100 or 200 men for their operation?, and the dem...

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HOBART TOWN, JAN. 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

Í HOBABT TOWN, JAN. 16. Fine flour at the milla, £9 to £7 .10a ; "wheat, 3a 3d to 3s 6d per bushel ; barley, English, :3&¿ >tt^àitto,33-âd ; maize, 2a3d.-fl.^iCewäefc.

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THE CRITIC CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

j --' ! THE CRITIC CRITICISED. {[BY A CORRESPONDENT.] " First cast the beam out of thine own eye, and then shalt thou see clearly to take the mote out of thy brother's eye." WE have been much amused, of late, by the effusions of the colonial critic-general, tn his review of the Odd Fellows' Magazine. He may indeed be considered a literary phenomenon -a Pope-in the republic of letters, issuing his oracular decisions, and fulminating his censures, as it were, ex cathedra. His high sounding pretensions, however, have led to a scrutiny into their real merits; which has led us to conclude that his pretensions are mere pretensions, and (hat this critic, castigator, satirist, reviewer-we know not what besides - is more open to animadversion, in his literary productions, than those colonial writers whom he has treated so illiberally and harshly. We would suggest to our friend of the Register the propriety of studying Murray's Grammar, and Blair's Rhetoric, ere he again essays the office of ...

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THE EMIGRATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

THE EJUIGRVnOX FUND. WE published, a short time ago, a report of a , memorial, addressed to Lord Stau'ey by certain j' ¡proprietors of special surveys in this colony,;1 resident in the United Kingdom. These gen tlemen prayed for (hat which was solemnly guaranteed to them byan Act of Parliament, viz., the appropriation of the money paid by 1 them for land to the conveyance of laborers to ( the.colony. The answer by Lord Stanley was, that the colony is insolvent, and that therefore the stipulation in the Act of Parliament could not be fulfilled. We would respectfully ask Lord Stanley, when and how he made this discovery. Was it at the time when he acted as a member of the Parliamentary Committee for investigating the affairs of South Australia when these were at their lowest ebb, at which time he, along with sis or seven other Members of Parliament, after examining a multitude of witnesses and docu ments, recommended Parliament to repay the debt lo the Emigration Fund of £56.000, of w...

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MAILS. General Post-office, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

MAILS. General Post-office, Jan. 31. ] Maits for Great Britain, by the John Heyes, to London, will .he closed on the 3rd February. Maths for Van Diemen's Land, by the Marys, to Hobaiioo, viii be ploted this day, the 31st inst., at 12 ?o'clock.' Mails for Sydney (direct), and New Zealand, by the Sama, will be dosed on Saturday the 1st February. Mails xor Van Diemen's Land and Fort Phillip, by the Alpha, on Saturday, February 1st. JOHN WATTS, Postmaster general.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

IMPORTS. i Cargo of the Alpha, from Launceston. - 33 packages fruit, I box glass, 8 horses, Order. EXPORTS. Cargo of the Palmyra, for Hobarton.-147 bags rice, 9 bags pepper, 15 tons hoop iron, 5 rolls sheet lead, 22 kegs nails, 252 harpoons. Montefiore ; 5 kegs batter. Stackey- ; 2 eases hats, Little ; 34 kegs butter, 1 bag harness, Scott ; 1 case porter, Emery ; I cask soda, Blackham ; 58 oars, 3 casks whisky, Young ; 33 kegs batter, ll casks soda, T. Sanders. Fart of Her original cargo-*]8 barrels tar.

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The South Austraian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1845. THE "ALPHA" FROM LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

Che ^otitl) Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1845. THE "ALPHA" FROM LAUNCESTON. THIS vessel brings Van Diemen's Land papers to 18th Jauuary, which contain English news to 23rd September. We have giveu full extracts of the latter in our fourth page. The prices of corn in London are given by a correspondent in another column. They are decidedly remunerative for shipments from this colony, and many extensive holders of corn have declared their intention to ship whenever a vessel is laid on. We extract from Hugli3s and Ronald's cir cular, in the Liverpool Albion of 16th September, the following report of the prices of South Australian wool : 802 bales South Australia ; good, ls 5d to ls 8d ; infe rior to middling, Is 3d to ls dd ; lambs, ls 3d to is Sd : skinB, ls ld to ls 3d ; locks and pieces, lld to ls 3d; unwashed; 7|d to 9d. Sir George Gipps had accepted Sir Eardley Wilmot's invitation to a conference at Hobart Town as to the disposal of prisoners. The banks at Sydney had ...

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A MAN OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

I A WAN OF LETTERS, A sons for Gribam-come, we've sung Praises enough about bis l etters ; This toast be now OD every tongue - The man who opeqs-peopfe's tetters. - * There was a time when sealing wax On curious bands imposed some fetter»? ! But thats gone by-you'd better ax j The roan who opens people's letters. Mind, all who write-mind what you say Lovers to ladies-duns to debtors : In Downing-street there watches-aye A mau who opeps people's letters. A j îalous wife, should she suppose Some frailer spouse has 6een and met lier's, Had better go and question close The man who opens people's letters. Mean spies at keyholes used to luik, And (to speak cockney) window stutters, But how much better does his work the man who opens people's letters. All manly sportsmen must delight In sporting fair, with guns and setters, But who lays poaching snares at night I The man who opens people's letters. Don't talk to us of looking out For traitors and their foul abettors Clean hands in Court-we...

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