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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845
IMPORTS. Cargo of the William, from Launceston. - 3 bags, 2 casks fruit, H. Payne ; 26 casks fruit, 1 horse and cart, W. Parker. &nbsp; EXPORTS. Cargo of the Marys, for Hobarton. - 5 stringy bark logs, 6 brl .pitch, 6 do.rosin, 10 do. tar, 3 doz. shovels, 6 doz. broom handles, 6 plough - moulds, J. Newman. Cargo of the Emma, for Sydney. - 15 cases blue, 4 bales gunnies, 4 bales cloth, 8 bags rice, 17 bags pepper, 32 cases brandy, 29 casks soda, Montefiore ; 2 cases, 1 bundle, Beck ; 3 cases, Stakemann ; 8 tons 3 cwt. 3 qrs., lead ore, G. Stevenson ; 47 boxes, 16 half-boxes raisins, 2 hhds. Geneva, 656 bags wheat, 2 cases ap- parel, Newman; 21 hhds. porter, Joseph; 1 case, Sanders; 1 case, Angas; 13 bags wheat, Field ; 1 bag onions, Morphett ; and part of her original cargo, consisting of - 3 kegs tobacco. CLEARED OUT. Feb. 3. - The barque John Heyes, 310 tons, Woodward, for London. Passengers - Mr &nbsp; &nbsp; and Mrs Dubois, Dr and Mrs Scott, H.Giles, Esq.,...
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1845. THE "WILLIAM," FROM LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1845. THE "WILLIAM," FROM LAUNCESTON. &nbsp; THIS vessel brings Van Diemen's Land papers &nbsp; to the 23rd January, and Port Phillip files to the 18th. The Adelaide, from London 19th, and from the Downs 22nd September, arrived at Laun caston on the 18th January. Of the news by her we quote the following, from the Launceston Examiner : - LONDON MARKETS.-Wool was firm at last quotation. Tallow a shade lower. Whalebone advancing ; some had been sold at £295 per ton. Oils steady, 93 tuns southern were said at £30 10s. to £31 5s ; supply of sperm was scanty, and is quoted at £85 to £86. The last average of wheat was 48s 6d, and the duty was at its maximum. The Journal of Commerce says - "Whilst wheat is universally described as abundant in yield, complaints reach us from all quarters relative to the quantity and quality of barley ; nor are oats or beans much more favorably spoken of. The shortness of the lenten crops, ...
NEW COPPER AND LEAD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845
NEW COPPER AND LEAD MINES &nbsp; We hear with very great pleasure that a copper mine, with ore of very superior quality, and also a lode of lead ore, have been found at Rapid Bay on a section belonging to the South Aus tralian Company, adjoining that of Mr George Phillips. The information respecting these claims, and the specimens, were received in town on Friday night. Next morning a person named Farramore, recently arrived from Van Diemen's Land, who has had long experience in mining, brought information of a copper mine on one of &nbsp; the Company's sections at Noarlunga. The Company are so well satisfied with this mine that they have arranged with Mr Parramore to work it for a year, giving him half the net profits. They have already engaged 4 men for Noarlunga mine, &nbsp; and intend to commence operations immediately. Several men have also been sent to commence a cross-cut at Rapid Bay. The Company, it seems, will advance money for expenses of working, ...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 4 February 1845
LOCAL NEWS. &nbsp; &nbsp; STATE OF THE STREETS. - Great complaints are at present made of the filthy state of the streets, and of nuisances of pigs, goats, &c. The police are shooting unclaimed dogs. We hope they will proceed in the good work, and carry the Police Act into complete effect. &nbsp; AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SO- CIETY. - We trust those interested in the forth- coming show will remember that it will take place on 14th Feb. In our advertising columns will be found lists of the managing committee land judges. THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. - This society will meet on 14th Feb. at Payne's Hotel. We understand one of the chief objects they have &nbsp; in view is the establishment of a market for farm produce, which is certainly a great de sideratum. IMMIGRATION FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. We perceive that the William, from Launceston, has brought 49 more immigrants, 31 of whom are adults and 19 children. From the recent allowance of a par...
ABSTRACTS OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FOR THE QUARTERS ENDING 30TH SEPTEMBER AND 31ST DECEMBER, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
ABSTRACTS OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDI IURE OF THE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FOR THE QUARTERS ENDING ". 30TH SEPTEMBER AND Sin DECEMBER. 1844. . RECEIPTS, t j £ s. d. Customs. 4828 14 6 Pilotage end Harbour dues. 247 17 2 Postage . .216 16 10 Fines and Fees. 525 7 4 Licenses. . . .61 ll 2 Auction Doty. 134 IO 4 Certificates to Law Practitioners ..... 5 0 0 Permits . . , . . . . .' . . U 0 0 Storage of Gunpowder ....... S 9 7 Rent of Government Wharf ...... 52 10 0 Miscellaneous ......... 1C9 17 2 £6196 14 1 £ s. d. Rents of Land temporarily leased ..830 Drafts drawn upon the Lords of Her Majesty's Treasury . . . 890 0 0 - 99S 3 0 Total receipts . . . . £7194 17 1 i EXPENDITURE. £ ». a. Governor and Judge .?»....- 450 O O CIVIL AK» REVENUE DEPARTMEKT- . Establishment of His Excellency.l'íl O O Council of Government.68 15 O Colonial Secretary's De par; ment. 280 10 O Colonial Treasurer's Department.122 lt 7 Audit Office . ,.171 17 6 Customs Department. . ,.412 3 7 Surrey and ...
CATTLE AND SHEEP MARKET, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
CATTLE AND SHEEP MARKET. WEDNESDAY, ! FEBRUARY 5.- We bad our usual supply of fat cattle, and a few workiug steers, iu good condition, as also a few dairy cows aud calves. There is but little doing in the meat trade, in consequence cf the hot weather, buyers con- fining themselves very touch to fish and poultry -a most agreeable change at this season of the year. Total at market-38 fat cattle, at ls 3d per stone ; 18 working steers, £3 *o £4 10s each ; 7 cows, £3 to £4 ditto ; 3 calves, nominal ; 200 sheep, Os lo Ts each.
LAUNCESTON MARKETS. Union Steam Mills, Jan., 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
LAUNCESTON MARKETS. Union Steam Mills, jan. !6, *ine fleur, £10; seconds, £5 IC»; thuds, £8; tiitr^ £5 per 2. Oí» lbs ; bran, 9d ; pollard, I Od per 20 ib» wheat, 2% Gd to 3s per bushel. Cataract and Supply Mi!!«, Jan. 18. Fine flour, £10 ; ESCO ads, £9 h a ; 12 per cent, £8 pe ^ ton; bran, lOi ; polia rd, 's ; oats, lu 6d lo 2*4 *rb£& > 2s 6i to 3B per bushel.
The South Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1845. PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
Che ë>outi) Australian. ADELAIDE : FRIDAY. FEBROART 7, 1845. PUBLIC REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE, i IN another column we Have copied from y ester* day's Government Gazette abstracts of ihe I reven tie and expenditure of the Colonial Govern ! ment for the quarters ending30th September and dist December, 1844. Compared with the corresponding quarter in Í 1843, the revenue of the quarter ending- Sept., 1844, exhibits a deficiency - the amount at September, 1843, having been £6734 10* 4&lt;L The deficiency will be best understood by a comparison of the items which we subjoin : Sept., 1813. Sept., 1844. Decrease. £ sd £ s d £ s d Customs.5322 4 9 4828 14 6 493 IO 3 Postage. 22G 0 2 2l6 16 10 9 3 4 Pilotage and Harbor dues 269 14 6 247 17 2 21 17 4 Fines and Fees 636 i 9 6 525 7 4 111 12 2 Storage Gun- powder .... 4 15 7 397 16« Licenses. 159 10 2 61 ll 2 97 19 0 £6618 14 8 £5883 16 7 £735 8 1 being a decrease of more than 11 per cent. This decrease is, however, reduced hy- the foll...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
TO CORRESPONDENTS. " ALIQUIS" must be postponed till oar next» We are sorry that we must liold over " A Lin- colnshire Man's " letter about Cottrell and Thoms ! ! !-a communication as to the market, and an able statement also communicated re- garding the export of flour to London». These shall appear in our next.
Colonial Markets. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
Colonial í&atfeets* j SYDNEY MARKETS. WHEAT and Flour.- These articles remain without any alteration in price, scarcely any ¡ ming doing; one sale of V. D. Land wh^at | brought only Ss id per bu>'ifci ; no alteration is j expected : the crop ia V. D. Land will be fully a« average one. I Tea.-Th« present price is £4 per chest less discount. Thc advices fmra China yesterday quote teas having advanced fully 30 per cent. Sugar.-Eighty tons ordinary ¡Manilla brought £24 p-^r ton. No reduction re^d be anticipated, the hulde:s beiog very firm at from £24 to £2G, ^>er tem. ! Tobacco.-A baut thiity five tierces ßarregfj sold for te 0|d per lb., and seventy-five k«>gs at lOd. Spirits.-B. P. rum;-fifty bogslieads is re? ported 3s 3d, Case gin ; -two hundred cases sold for 16s 6d. Wool. -'S he prices obtained during the week have been (he same as last reported ; some very superior and of known character fetched ls 5d. At auction about 150 bales were sold, and fetched from ls IJ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
" &outf> gusiraltan" j GENERAL ] ff RD M T 0 M @ 1§ Y A IB ¡LD SHIM EMT* fTiHE Proprietor of the above Establishment begs to announce that the letter-press priming business will be conducted as hitherto. The job printing has always given the greatest satisfaction, end 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. ll, 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 principles now universallyj adopted at home in the management of newspapers,, and he proposes to make changes as follows :-In ...
STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
STíiCS. j CÄTTLC. - MeSMS Bear & Son. on Tuesday last, «îispoçed of upwards of 100 li«*ad of &lt;*»'. callie, at prices laiiüiiig from £2 13s to £3 6i per head, b^inç an ad-atice on iatesales of about fifteen per cent* Mighty head of cattle u-&lt;»»e sold by Mps*rs Mickle and Lilburii at £2 o&lt; per head, and two lemma of wott*>"g bullocks at an average of £7 10s per pair. Sheep are in demand and scarce, lhere being no fat wethers, i&lt;t the market. The milty f>ai&lt;»« effected were by Messr* Mickle and Lilburn, who sold a small Jot of three hundred at 6« Qi per head. HORSES.- Messrs Bear and Son sold nh&lt;»*£ twenty head of horse*, consisting of mare« good hacks, and stock horse*, at the fol tow iu* rates c-¡Mare«, unbroken, 15 guineas; hack-, from £1$ to £18; stock horses from £i* to £14 draught horses. 16 guineas; and pond breeding mares at from 18 tu 20 guineas. At Mr. Kiik'* weekly sale» about 17 horses were brou...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
FREIGHTS. To I oncloa and Liverpool, Wool, per ll».... 1 4 d to 1 fd ?« Oil, per ton. 4 IO O « ßark. 4 10 0 . . Other good?,. 4 to £4 10 Ta Ilobtrt Town, per ton.21» to 1 IO 0 To Launresioa, per toa » " To Psrt Phill!?, per ton.*¡*io I 0 0 To Svduev, per len....£l to * j> 0 "«« ' Wheat, per bushel . 0 0 6 To Mauritius, per too.. 2 10 0 To Swan Rrrer, pef toa.i... .,«8 to 2 10 0
PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. February 3, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
PRICES OS* COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. 'February 3, 1845. Wbeat (clean) ... 2» 9d te Ss per bushel ; grinding samples ........ 2s 4i to 2s 8d ditto inferior (smutty) ........ 2s to 2s 3tl ditto Floor, fin«..'. £8 to £10 per toa seconds.... £7 per ditto Pollard. Isper201b« Bran.. 9d per basliel Bariey, Engii&h. 2s 9d to 3s 9d ditto Cape.«... 1 s 9d to 2s ditto St "m ess.. 3s9d ditto Bread. 4d to 5d p:r 4-lb loaf Biscuit 10s to 15» per cwt Oats . 3s to 3s 3d per bushel Maiza.«. 3s ditto Peas, tv bi te.................... 3d per lb blue. 4d ditto Hay. £1 5s to £2 per toa Oaten ditto. £110s to £210s ditto BUTCHER'S HEAT. Beef. 3|d to 4d per lb Mutton . 2d to 2¿d ditto Veal.. 4d to 6d ditto Lamb... 2Jd to 3d ditto POULTRY. Fowls. 2s 6d to 3s per pair Ducks ....... ................. Ss to 4s per pair Geese ........................ 5s to 7seach Turkeys. 7s to 10s each Wild docks. ls6d per pair Pigeons ts 3d per piir DAIRY PRODUCE. Batter, fresh. lOdperlb Cheese. 6d to 9d per lb M...
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Corrested up to February 1.) IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Correctêd wp to February I») IMPORTED GOODS. Ale, light ...perbhd -strong.per barrej I-bottled. .per dozen Bacon . do. Bags, 3-busbel .each Blankets.....per pair I Blue.per lb. I Candles, wax ........... .... do. ~sperm .................. do. - moulds .................. do. Canvas.....per bolt Casks.«....per tun Cedar, in log.,* . ».per foot - in boards. do. Cigars, Manilla, in bond ....per 1000 Coals ......................perton CoOee,.per lb. ¡Copper, sheathing .... .......... do. -. Nails. do. j Cordage, English.per cwt. - Manilla........ do. . Corrosive Sublimate ...... ....per lb. Crystals of Soda .... ........per cwt. Currants.»..per lb. Deals, 9 by 3...per foot -Il by 3. do. Figs...per lb. Ginger, Jamaica. do. -E. I.... do. Glass 10 by 12....*..« per box I Glue.per lb. Gunpowder, fine.............. do. blasting.«.. do. Glas«, 6heet 14 by 10 .per 103 feet 16 14 18 18 IB 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. d...
CUSTOMS' IMPORT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 7 February 1845
I CUSTOMS'IMPORT DUTIES, ' On spirit?, the produce and manufacture of the i United Kingdom or au j British possession, per galion ............................ 0 0 ® i All other spirits. OHO Wine........15 per cent, ad valorem ! Tea, sogar, coffee, floor, meal, wheal, rice, and other grain and pulse imported.. .6 per cent. Cigars, per lb. 0 6 0 Other manufactured tobacco and snuff. 0 3 0 AU other tobacco (except tobacco rems) .... O 1 6 Potter, ale, beer, cider, and perry, 10 per cent AH merchandise not beine the produce or manu. facture of the United Kingdom 10 per cent. AH other goods (British included), 5 per cent. The following articles ate exempt (rom duty, namely, bottle* of common glass, if imported fu'l, bullion and coin, liva stock of all kinds, seeds, bulbs, and plants.