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

PllOCLA-MATION. ßy his Excellency George Grey, Esq., Gover nor ;-.II«J Commander-in-Chief of Her iMa j est y's Pru vince of South Australia, anti its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the ' same, ¿tc, &c, &c. In pmsuance of (he authority in me vested by a certaiu Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the fifth and sixth years - f her Majesty's reti-n, entttuled "An Act for Regulating the Sale nf Waste ' I Lands belonging to the Crown in the Australian j Colonies"-I do hereby notify and proclaim ! that, ut eleven o'clock of Saturday the nine teenth of April next, thc following portions cf Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction at the Colonial Tieasury, at Adelaide,; I a.' the upset ¡rice allix ed to each lot respectively, , on th« t<srrt;s a:.d conditions, and under the pro visions, of the above-recited Act (deposit, ten per cent.) : - No. of Lot. 1756 No. of Sec. 15541 1757 1758 5542 5543 1759 5544 1760 5545...

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

Sales b? auction. SATURDAY'S REGULAR AUCTION. HORSES AND MERCHANDISE. T ß. NE A LES will commence to-morrow with . a few choice callie and pigs, aud new^dray. A valuable grey mare, stinted to Black Jack ; good in harness and saddle. . A superior draught horse, being a handsome 4 year-old bay gelding, J7 hands, just imported. An elegant horse, chaise, and harness, known as the turn-out of-Scott, Esq , Kensington. A VT BR WHICH, An immense variety of merchandise-among the lots 11 Qr. casks of prime sweetened 'gin, ex Will Walch 22 Qr. casks of superior Pontac 10 (9 gallons) packages ditto. Tea, paper, matches, iron, cedar, planks, nails, ca licoes, shirts, haberdashery, and other lots. ALili tile Winning Horses in One Day. át the Stockyard, King William-slreet. JOHN BENTHAM NEALES commences the great sale on Weduesday, ' February 5, with MR. CASTLES'S LOT, AND OTHERS. JLot I.-Matilda A mare. 4 year old, i»ut of the W«- - (a Camerton mare), by the celebrated horse G ralis ; a reference...

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Goverment Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

«Sätoerttmettt <$a?ette. Colonia! Secretary's Office, Jan. 28.-His Ex cellency the Governor directs the publication ot the following letters received from Mr E. Un derwood, for general information. - By bis Excellency's command. A. M. MUNDY, Colonial Secretary, h SIR-At your Excellency's suggestion, on my late voyage to Portland Bay, I took the oppor tunity of surveying, as accurately as I could, the coast from Rivoli Bay (by others called Buiron's Bay), to Cape Northumberland, with a view, if possible, to tiud an opening into Lake Bonney, or any other part of the coast. I commenced by going into and examining the S.E. part of Rivoli or Buffo n's Bay, passed the reefs in the middle of that Bay at a dis tance of about one mile on an E. by S. course, as shown in the outline which you kindly sent me. 1 made a sort of figure of eight round turn, takbg the scuudingsas I stood in; and have marked them, as you will see» on the Urge scale of Rivoli Bay. I stood in te the corner o...

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

PROCLAMATION. <By .his Excelteucy George Grey, Esq., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of her Majesty's Province .of South Australia, and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c, &c,, &c. _ -f .1_.1_."__ -__j . an pursuance :oi toe auin.oniy in roe ves lea ny a cer tain Act of the Imperial. Parliament of. Great Britain an4 Ireland, passed in the fifth and sixth years of her Majesty^ reign, intituled. " An Act for Regulating die. Sale of Waste Lands belonging lo the Crown iii the Australian Colonies*-I do hereby notify «cd prodaun ^hat, at «leren o'cîoclr of Saturday the first day of March next, the follovviirg portions of Crown Land -will be offered for sale at the Colonial Treasury, at. Adelaide, at the upset price affixed to each lot respec tively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions, of the above recited Act-(Deposit, ten per cent.) : Upset price, £1 per aere. No. of Lot. 1.764 1765 1766 6180 1767 1768 6178 16179 Area ...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [FROM THE COLONIAL, TIMES, AND MURRAY'S REVIEW.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. ("FROM THE COLONIA!. TIMES, ANÜ MURRAY'S REVIEW J y{ Y th« i'ha:be, with female prisoners, which left Dublin on the 25th Sept., «e have Kngiish pa [»eis to the 23rd of that month. The pre vailing topic is, of course. Mr O'Connell and ht« liberation ; and a grand National Banquet had been «»¡veil to the "liberated conspirators" at Dublin. Our corespondent, who wi itrs fro » Norfolk, says -" Fires, the woik of un incen diary, a;e blazing almost evety night, and much mischief lias been done t«> many farmers-few detections take place." Money was most abun dant, although a vast sum has been invested in railroads not yet completed. On the 23rd Sept. the 3 per Cent. Consols were 99J; Consols for account 99| 100. We subjoin the following extracts: - S ATE OF TBA HE. (From the Manchester Advertiser.) MANCHESTER.-Upon the whole, our cloth and yarn mar ket must be reported more quiet, although some houses say they ha^e had a fair amount of business. Printing cloth is a...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 27th, 1844. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. Corrected to Dec. 27th, 1814. EXPORTS. OILS-- £ s. d. Sperm (firm).£60 to 64 0 0 Black £l5to. 17 0 0 Hides, each, 8s. to . .. 0 9 0 Tallow, per ton (firm), £26 to . 28 0 0 Mess Beef, in tierce (Col.), £2 to.. 2 5 0 Horns and Tips, per 123, 8s. 6d. to 0 IO 4 Soap, per ton, £20 to . 23 0 0| Candles, per lb., 3d. to. 0 0 3 Colonial Tobacco ls. to«.. 0 1 2 Walthams. 0 16 Wheat3s.4d. to. 0 3 9 Flour, 1st, per ton, £9 lo . ll 0 0 2nd, £7 to. 9 0 0 3rd, none COLONIAL REFINED SUGARS Fine Loaves (large stock on hand) per lb. 0 0 4f Tillers, none Crushed Lump, per cwt.. . . . 116 0 Pieces (very fine) per cwt. ........ 113 0 Ditto, fine, per cwt. 1 8 0 Molasses, per ton..>. 12 0 0 IMPORTS. TEAS Hyson-skin, best brands, £4 to.... 4 5 0 Congou, per chest, £5 to. . 7 0 0 Pekoe, per half chest. 2 10 0 Gunpowder, per catty . 3 0 0 Hyson, per catty . 1 15 0 SUGARS Manilla (firm) £24 to . 26 0 0 Mauritius, none Siam. 26 O Q Sandwich Inland, none Refined superceded by Colonial...

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Correspondnce. LONDON GRAIN MARKET, SEPTEMBER 9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

LONDON GRAIN MARKET, SEPTEMBER 0. TO THE EÏHTOR OF THE SOÜTH AUSTRALIAN. SIR-Ia the Register of Monday last, in a paragraph headed " Grain M-arkei," it is stated that " in London, on the 10th September, the price of wheat is quoted al a» average of 40s 8d per quarter." On referring to the quotations of the prices at Mark Lane on Monday, the 9th September, I fiad they arc as follows: - WHEAT. Essex, Kent, and Suffolk_ Old red .. 4 s to 50s " _New do. ... 44s í»4s _ Old white ... 49s 57s " _ New dj.5!s â>~s Dantzic and Konigsburgh .4i;s 55s If you consider it desirable io expose such falso slaîe ments, I think the abore will show how little credence ought to placed on your contemporary's editorial cor rectness. I am, Sir, Yours, &c, IÎ. ?ghJlHLJJ.'g JH^"JLg»i^J>J.lL-,J Jg J ?JLS^J.'.'l-^J't.r' BK'AJAU- .1 *UJ. .'.V. ..tl. mL'jMÈ

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SYDNEY, JAN. 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

SYDNEY, JAN. 4 Wheat-We have had a fair supply of colonial wheat during the week, principally from the district of the Hunter, and for which from Ss to 3s 3d per bushel was obtained at the mills. Flour-In this article the usual bnsmeBs has been done at the mills, the prices may be quoted as under, for cash:-« £ s Fine quality. 9 10 per 2000 lbs. Í Second do.. 7 10 Oats appear to be somewhat scarce ; the prices given ! to the growers, on delivery, vary from 2s to 2s 6d per j bushel ; retail price, 3s.

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 31 January 1845

THE GOVERNMENT GACITTS. - Yesterday's Gazeitc con tains a J ist of lands in the counties ol Adelaide, S:urt. and Hindmarsh, which will be exposed for sale on 1st March next. Tenders are required fur repairs punting, and whitewashing at the Government Onices, Victoria square; for horses for the police ; and for a l«ri ige over the Torrens, io the line of Morphett street, the tormrr tenders for a bridge not having met the views of Govern ment. An important notification is copied in another column in reference to the minerals in the lands adver tised for sale on I£)tn April. THE LATE MR WILKINS.-On the 24th and 25th January last a coroner's inquest was holden at the Wheat Sheaf Tavern, at Thebarton, on the body of William Wilkins, formerly landlord of the Market House tavern, near the   cattle market. Mr Wilkins, it will be remembered, had for some weeks previously to his death been confined in the gaol at Adelaide as a dangerous lunatic, and on sub sequent application hav...

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EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

I EVENING. I [BT ME.BEÏANT.] The summer day has closed-the SHU is set: Weil have they done their office, those bright hoars The latest of whose train goes softly out In the red west. The green blade of the ground Has risen, and herds have cropped it ; the young twig Has spread its plaited tissues to the sun ; Flowers of the garden and the waste have blown, And withered ; seeds have fallen upon the soil From bursting cells, and in their graves await Their resurrection. Insects from the pools Have filled the air awhile with humming wings. That now are still for ever, painted moths Have wandered the blue sky, and died again ; The mother-bird hath broken for her brood Their prison shells, or shoved them irom the nest, P urned for their earliest flight. In bright alcoves, In woodland cottages with earthy walls, In noisome cells of the tumultuous town, Mothers have clasped with joy the new-born babe. Graves, by the lonely forest, by the shore Of rivers and of ocean, by the ways .Of thc th...

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American Poetry. PRELUDE TO THE VOICES OF NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

ttmetfratt \Voeix?. PRELUDE TO THE VOICES OF NIGHT. [BY MR. LOSGFELLO'W.] Beneath some patriarchal tree I lay apon the ground ; His roary arms uplifted he, And all (he broad leaves over me ; Clapped their little hands in glee. With one continuous sound : A slumberous sound-a sound that brings .The feelings o? a dream As of innumerable wings, A s, when a bell no longer swings, Faint the hollow murmur rings ! O'er meadow, lake, and stream. j And dreams of that which cannot die, Bright vision* came to me, As lapped in thought I used to lie, And gaze into the summer sky, When the sailing clouds went by, Like ships upon the sea; j Dreams that the soul of youth engage ' Ere Fancy has been quelled ; Old legends of the monkish page, Traditions of the saint and sage, Tales that have the rime of age, And chronicles of Eld. And loving still these quaint old themes," Even in the city's throng I feel the freshness of the streams, That, crossed by shades and sunny gleams, Water the green land of ...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Examiner. DOMESTIC INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

To the Edit.* of the Launceston Examiner. D0ME6TIC INOU6THV. SIR-Permit me to »vail myself of your invitation to the public to express «heir opinions on the present ftale of th« colony, and to suggest such ni -asures for its improvement as roy mind and experience has long looked to as absolutely: necessary» If the generally receive! principle of the wt «Ith of oatioos be admitted, that the raw material, the uiow:b an-l natara! produce of anj couatrj, should tee exported tu « manufactured state, and that the imports of oilier coun'rie« should be received as little manufactured aa th« nature of mutual commerce will admit; theo it follow » - That wheat should be exported in the shape of floor far England. That barley shou'd be exerted in malt for Sydney, constant market for this manufacture. That flax should be manufactured into linen cloth. That woe! should make our stockings, our flannels, an* our blankets. Th .t tan yards should change the n «lore of our raw hi *C\. That parchments ...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

PORT PHILLIP. THE Patriot puhlish'-s statistical retu-ns for 1844. Twenty-four vessels arrived from British and foreign ports, exclusive of (he colonies, daring the year; 5,327 head of cattle were slaughtered at the licensed slaughtering houses in Melbourne, an increase of 1.631 over the year (-receding; 63,532 sheep, 3,000 caHle, 30 hogs were boded down, and produced 820 tons 7 cwt. tallow, and 500 cwt. lard. The return of schools for the district of Bourke, gives the follow, ing result:--Church of England, two schuols, total number of pupils. 125; church of Scotland, one school, 93 pupils ; Roman catholic, five schools, 331 pupils ; Wesleyan, three schools, 191 pupils ; independent, one, 93 pupils ; baptist, one, 97 pupils; sJhools unconnected with particular deno- minations, eighteen, 517 pupils. The Patriot says, several private schools are omitted in the last return. Amount of fees and fines paid at the police office, £542 2s 7d ; paid into the treasury, £252 12s lld ; drunkard...

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DAYS OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

DAYS OF DISCOUNT. IBank of Sooth Australia.-Tuesday and Friday« r" Bank of Australasia«-Monday and Thursday «

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THE SIX FER CENT, BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

THE SIX FER CENT. BILL. The Australian of the 6th January gives a return of the number of acts passed by the Legislative Council during the session, and of the manner ia which the Governor bas disposed of them. TWENIV FIVE acts passed. EIGHTEEN assented to. THREE dissented from, viz. 1. Lieu ou Wool Amendment Bill. 2. Hawkers and Pedlars Bill. 3. Colonial Spirits Exportation Bill. TUREE were reserved for her Majesty's pleasure, viz. 1. Bank of Australasian Shares Bill. 2. Governor's Salary Bill. 3. Six PER CENT, interest Bill. The banks, however, ha/e done all that was required. Interest is reducea to six and even FIVE per cent ! Will the banks here follow the example? Will the English banks at Sydney take six per cent, (the old bank takes five), and will the very same banks here take EIGHT and even TEN ?

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

6TDNEÏ. TUE CONFÉRENCE.-We are enabled t» 6tate that Sir Eardley Wilmot is hourly expe< ted in Sydney ; apart* menta having been prepared for him in the new Govern- ment House. His Excellency will, it it considered, ar. rive in the North Star, which vessel has been ordered round to accompany the steamer in which Sir1 George Gipps, Sir Eardley [Wilmot, Mr Iß Trobe will proceed, if they should, after the cop fe re nee, deem it necessary to make an inspection of the roast, in order to fix upon a site for the new penal settlement.-Morning Herald. MONETARY ARRANGEMENT.-The directors of the Bank of New South Wales have made an arrangement with the commissariat department, by which the bank is to advance any sum not exceeding £6D,0C0, that may be required within the next six mouths, for which they are to receive 6 per cent, interest. This will prevent the issue of a large amount of treasury bills, for which, at present, there is no demand.-Ibid. REVIVAL OF IMMIGRATION -By privat...

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Colonial Markets. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

Colonial ífcarftets. SYDNEY MARKETS. WHEAT and Flour. - These articles remain without any alteration io price, scarcely any thing doing; one sale of V. D. Land wheat brought only 3s ld per bushel ; no alteration is expected ; the crop in V, D. Land will be fully an average one. Tea.-The present price is £4 per chest less discount. The advices from China yesterday quote teas having advanced fully 30 per cent Sugar. - Eighty tons ordinary Manilla brought £24 per ton. No reduction need be anticipated, the holders being very firm at from £24 to £26 per ton. Tobacco.-About thiity-five tierces Barret's sold for ls 0£d per lb., and seventy-five kegs ali lOd. ! Spirit«.-B. P. rum:-fifty hogsheads is re- ported 3s 3d. Case gin:-two hundred cases sold for 16s 6d. Wool. -The prices obtained during the week have been the same as last reported ; some very superior and of known character fetched ls Sd. At auction about 150 bales were sold, and fetched from ls l|d to ls 3d ; lambs' sold for ls 3|d...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

MET BOURNE MARKETS. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 17. OWING to the arrival of the Shamrock, the mar- ket has been abundantly supplied with fruit of the following kinds, viz., peaches, pears, bana- nas, cherries, apples, and melons. The prices may be quoted as follows :-Pota- toes, wholesale, per cwt., 2s 6d ; retail ditto, per lb., ¿J ; peas, l^d per per quart ; beans, ld per ditto ; French beans |d per ditto; cucum- bers, 4d each ; lettuce, ld per head ; radishes, ld per buuch ; turnips, ld per bunch ; carrots, Ld per bunch ; vegetable marrow, 4d each ; onions. p~r lb. 2jd ; green ditto, Idjjer bunch. FRUIT. - Peaches, 4d each; pears, l£d each; bananas, 3d each; cherries, lOd per lb.; black currants, lOd to ls per ditto ; apples, 6d per lb; melons, ld to ls each. POULTRY.-Geese, each, 5s to 8s; turkeys, do., 7s to 10s ; do. wild do., 7s to 10s ; ducks, do., 2s to 2s 6d; fowls, do., Is6d tola 9d; pigeons, do., ls ; rabbits, do., ls to ls6d. Eg-S, per dozen, ls 3d. Butter, 8.1 per lb. Wheat, per ...

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STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

STOCK. I CATTLE. - Messrs Bear & Son, on Tuesday last, disposed of upwards of 100 head of fat cattle, at prices tanging from £2 13s to £3 6s per head, beiugan advance on late sales of about fifteen per cent. Eighty bead of cattle were sold by Messrs Mickle and Lilburn at £2 8s per head, and two teams of working bullocks at an average of £7 10s per pair. Sheep are in demand and scarce, there being ; no fat wethets, in the market. The ou!y sales effected «vere by Messrs Mickie and Lilburn, I who sold a small lot of three hundred at 6s Gil per head. HORSES.-Messrs Bear and Son. sold about twenty head of horses, consisting of mares good hacks, and stock horses, at the following rates:-Maren, unbroken, 15 guineas; hacks, from £15 to £ 18 ; stock horses from £9 to £14; draught horses. 16 guineas ; and good breading mares at from 18 to 20 guineas. At Mr. Kirk's weekly sale, about 17 horses weie brought for- ward, hacks realizing from 15 to 16 guineas, mares from 15 to 18 guineas, a...

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MEMORIAL BY THE HOLDERS OF SPECIAL SURVEYS TO LORD STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845

MEMORIAL BY THE HOLDERS OF SPECIAL SURVEYS TO LORD STANLEY. WE subjoin copies of tbe Memorial, and re- lative correspondence, to which we have once or twice alluded, and on which we commented ia our last. We have been favored with these papers by the agents of N. Malcolm, Esq., of Pol- talloch, whose secretary, R. F. Davis, Esq., took an active part iu inference to the Memo- rial. Mr Davis, we are happy to understand, is a most zealous friend of this colony, and we have reason to believe that he and others will not relax in their efforts till something like jus- tice is procured for the colony, and for those of its landed proprietors who have been so specially plundered : To tbe Right Hon. Lord Stanley-Her Majesty's Prin- cipal Secretary of State for the Colonies. The Memorial of the undersigned, holders of Special Surveys in the Colony of South Australia, SHEWETH-That your memorialists having had reason to believe that the province of South Australia was a snilabl, field for the em...

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