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PRICES OF COLONIAL PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. February 10, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
PRICES OF COLONIA L PRODUCE IN ADELAIDE. February IO, 1845. Wheat (clean).... 2» 9d to Ss per bushel grinding samples ........ 2s 4d to 2s 8d ditto inferior (smutty). 2s to 2« Sd ditto Floor, fina. £8 to £10 per toa seeonds. £7 per ditto Pollard. Isper20lb» Bran .". öd per bushel Barley, English. 2s 3d to 3s 9d ditto Cape. 1« Dd to 2s ditto Skinless. 2s Dd ditto Bread.- 4d to 5d psr 4-lb loaf Biscuit. 10s to 15s per cwt 1 Oats . 2s9Jto3s3d#'bnshl Maize. 2s 6J to 3s ditto Peas, white. 3d per lb blue. 4d ditto Hay. £1 5sto£ 1 10sper toa Oaten ditto. £110s to £2 ditto BOTCHER'S MEAT. Beef..,. 3|d to 4d per lb Motton . 2d to 2|d ditto Veal ........... .......... 4d to 6d ditto Lamb. 2|d to 3d ditto FoCLTRY. Fow|t. 2s 6d to 3s per pair Dacks. »s to 4s per pair Geese - 5s to 7s.each Turkeys. 7s to 10s each Wilddacks.... ............... IsCdperpair Pigeons. ls 3d per pair DAIRY PRO DOC C. Butter, fresh . I Od per lb Cheese. ... . 6d to 9d por lb Milk. 4d perdait Eggs . 8d par doz«* CATTLE,...
LATEST NEWS FROM THE SOUTHERN SETTLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
XA.TEST NETVS PßOM THE SOUTHERN SETTLE MENTS H.M.S. Hazard, which left this on the 22nd of October, returned yesterday evening with his Ex cellency the Governor, and has, we are happy to eaj', brought us much more comfortable news than we could have expected. , The Hazard arrived at Wellington on the 29th of October ; sailed thence on the 2nd of No vember ; anchored at Kapiti on the 4th ; sailed on the 6th, and arrived at Taranaki on the 8th. There the Governor landed, and remained till the 25th. Meanwhile the Hazard went again to Kapiti, for a day ; thence to Nelson, and returned to Taranaki. On the evening of the 25th she sailed thence for Auckland. Affairs are improving in the South. Rauperaba and Ranghihaiata have taken the long offered payment for the Hutt, and the settlers there -will be enabled to pursue their occupations un molested. The Taranaki question is adjusted in a manner which promises to be satisfactory. ' A small block of land, not exceeding four thousand acres, su...
LATEST DATES FROM [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
LATEST DATES FRO Sf Britan. Sept.25 ¡America.» *. Sept. 12 Cape of Good Hope.November 21 ! Mauritius. Dec. 14 East ladies. Oct. 28 China .. .............................. September 1 Sisgspsre.......*.-.....«... September27 Sydney....January ll New Zealand.November 30 >Port Phillip.January 18 Van Diemen** Land .January 24 j Swan River.January 18 Portland Bay.............January 15
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
NEW ZEALAND. j &lt;JONCENTBÄ.TION without the Wakefield system appears to be now the order of things in this colony. Settlers from both ends of the colony are beginning to locate themselves around Auckland. Several very respectable settlers Eave arrived in this place a few days ago from Hokianga, and some from the Bay of Islands. We understand several are also meditating a removal from the southern settlements, being now fully convinced of the many advantages of Auckland. Voluntary concentration and voluntary dispersion are in full operation in this settlement. While people at a distance are beta king themselves nearer to the capital, many of the old residents are removing farther into the interior, and acquiring a right to large tracts of land for merly belonging to the aborigines. Another very gratifying feature iu the aspect of the times is the fact of several tribes of our aborigi nal friends being about to settle in this district, and others intend to follow them, so as...
Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
0öbf tnmtîrt dielte. _._._ I General Post Oliice, February 5.-Sealed ten ders will be received until Monday the 3rd I March, at noon, for the conveyance of the un dermentioned mails, for twelve months,from the] 1st April next : To and from Port Adelaide twice daily (Sundays excepted), and ship mails when re quired. To and from Encounter Bay and the inter mediate Post Offices, weekly. No tender without the signatures of two respectable persous, uilliug to become security with the contractor tor the due performance of the contract, will be received. Tenders to be addressed to the Postmaster General, and marked *. Tender for (Port Ade laide or Southern) Mail." The Government does not bind itself to ac cept the lowest teuder. Further information with regard to these ser . ices v. ill he afforded at this office. JOHN WATTS, Postmaster General. General Post Office, February 5.- Sealed ten ders for the supply cf wail boxes as required during the year 1845, will be received until Monday the...
BETURN OF EXPORTS, THE PRODUCE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, FOR THE YEARS 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, AND 1644. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
BETURN OP EXPORTS, THE PRODUCE OP SOUTH AUSTRALIA, FOR THE YEARS 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, AND 1644. Articl«. Barilla . Bacon and Hams .Bark . Beef . Bones . Bread and Biscuit! Butter... Cattle-(Cowsandj Calves)... (Steep) . Cheese ......... Corn--Barley.... Bran . .. Oats. Wheat... " Flour! Eggs. Galls . Gum. Hay. Hides and Skins .| Horns . Leather. Lard . Machinery. Oil-Black_ Sperm ... Ore-Copper ... Lead. Plants. Salt. Slates. Specimens Natural] History . Tallow .. Timber . Whalebone. Wine . Wool. Vegetables. Totals ... 1838. Value. £ s. d. 3,450 820 0 0 770 0 Ü 1839. Value. £ d. 8,500 315 0 0 350 0 0 5,040 0 0 1 '9,165 0 0 1840. Value. £ s. d. 5,500 1,410 ¡8,740 1841. Quantity. 9 tons 15,650 0 0 138 tuns 8 tons9cwt; 641,825 lbs. Value. £ . 23 30 92 2,780 0 0 70 0 0 390 0 0 515 0 0 426 0 0 745 0 0 35,485 17 0 40,561 17 0 1842. Quantity. 24 tons 48,876 tts. 23,360 lbs. 43| tuns 25 tuns 2 tons 1 ton 528,032 lbs. Value. £ s 170 2,377 13 899 489 863 2,030 10S 108 22,036 29...
RECEIPTS. £. s. d. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
I RECEIPTS. £ c. d. Cuitosa* . .. . 6356 15 9 Pilotaga Dues. . . 156 IO 0 Harbour Due* . . ..55 14 8 Porta««...163 IO 1 Fiaai and Feat. 454 0 10 License* . . . ....... . . . 82 10 8 AaetioaDutr.133 » 0 ?jieasuent on Liv« Stock. . . . . . ..I486 3 11 Pannit*... 13 16 0 Storage of Gunpowder . . . . . -« 10 Q MiwU_*0-i . .... 387 16 IO 9308 16 S R«_ta of Laud temporarilv ltasad . .. . 30 ll 0 T-tal Raeaiptf. ...... £9329 9 3
MAURITIUS, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
MAURITIUS, WE copy the following intelligence from the Perth Gazelle of 18th Jan. : - By the Guiana, from the Mauritius, ire have intelli gence to the i£ih Dec. With reference to the articles of export from this colony, the following rate of pr: rea are quoted. When the price is given in dollars, th** dollar must be valued at 4s. j Twelve cows, shipped in the Unicorn, realised £1 *-7 16» nett. Messrs Davey and Robinson, a highly respectable firm, addressed to Messrs Sampson, the shippers, as follows : - " If cows, with calves by their side, and dori ie, had been sent, higher prices would have been obtained. A second year's calf would be preferred. They would ! always bring i.25. They do not object to give for a good and handsome cow, at times, £10 more. The horses seat were adapted for agricultural purpose« ; these are i ot wanted. Horses for harness, paired, if you can value them witli you at i.3 ', will pay weil. Half-bred ponies, entire, will sell." The horses sent from this, alt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
Sjlea iii» aurtíow. NOTICE. TC' SOLOMON'S Commission on all Mer * chandisA sent for sale by auction, or other wise, is only 1\ per cent ; and on Land, Sheep, or Wool, above the amount of £l00, only 1 per cent., and the proceeds handed over to the venders the day following thc sale. ^|?yiLL sell to-morrow, Wednesday, the 12th February 300 dozen ale 50 bags sait 20 bags sugar 50 reams wrapping paper 20 cans linseed oil 5 ditto turps 20 chests congou tea 50 boxes soap Curry powder Bush pipes Stationery Sundries. ON SATURDAY NEXT, Sundries to close consignments. ALSO EXPECTED, 50 head fine cattle. JjJESSRS LAMBERT & SO\T will sell by public auction, this day, Tuesday, at twelve o'clock Nails, shovels, trowsers, bottled porter, drapery, flour, soap, saltpetre, sundries, and about 3 tons potatoes. Horses and Merchandise. ESSRS LAMBERT & SON will sell by J y * auction, on Friday, the 14th February, at twelve o'clock precisely, the following lots of valua ble horses : - " Ma...
THE "GUIANA," FROM MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
THE "GUIANA," FROM MAURITIUS. BY the Guiana we have Mauritius intelligence, prices currents, and newspapers to December 15 til, and papers from S waa River to January 18lh. We have quoted below, from a Western Australian paper, some interesting intelligence relative to Mauritius, to which we refer. From a Mauritius Price Current, of date 11th December, we quote the following-: d, c d. c. Madagascar fat oxen ........ 30 to 35 ,^ft| Sheep.« 5 6 Bran- y Cape.perlOOibs 2.50 3 New South Wales do. 2.50 3 Bricks, building . . . . per 1000 18 20 Flour A merican per barrel 7 8.50 Cape.per í 001 bs 6 6.50 New South Wales do. 4 6 Wheat Cape,.per lOOlbs 3.50' 3.75 Europe ......*.«. do. 2.40 2.60 Butter Cape.per lb. 20 30 Irish. do. 22 22 Cheese English.per lb. 20 30 Fish Dried stockfish... .per lOOlbs. 3 5 Cape dried. do. 3.60 4 Pickled.per cask 4 6 Hams English .per lb. 20 25 Salt. per lOOlbs. 75 1 Sugar Fine yellow.per lOOlbs. 6.60 0.75 Fine brown. do. 6 '626 Coffee. do. 30 35 No less than 44...
EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
i EXPENDITURE. £ . 450 O Ul Governor and Judge . * « . Ci vii AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT Establishment of His Excellency Council of Government Colonial Secretary's Department Colonial Treasurer's Department Audit Office .... Customs Department. Survey and Land Department Colonial Engineer's Department Post Office Department Colonial Store Department Medical Department Harbour Department Police Department . Aborigines Department 'Commissioner of Public Landi Fort Lincoln Jumci -Supreme Court Office Law Officers Registrar General's Office Sheriff's Office . Resident Magistrates's Court Ditto, River Murray Coroner »... Clerk to the Bench of Magistrat«! Gaol Establishment Colonial Chaplain . Printing . . Stationery Keeper of Public Offices . Laborer at Government Farm Laborer at Government Domain Rent of Court and Law Officei ?Keeper of Law Offices Rent of House in Currie-ttreet Fuel for Public Offices Inspector of Slaughter-house Public Repairs and Improvements Miscellaneous Unforeseen Exp...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
BIRTH. On Thursday morning, the 6th instant, at Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide, Mrs Perceval Wood Smith, of a daughter. DIED, On the 3rd September, in Leeson-street. Dublin, aged 46, Thomas Kemmis, Esq., of Shaen House, Queen's County, Ireland, and brother to Mr Kemmis, of &nbsp; Yankalilla. His death is deeply lamented by all to whom he was known, especially as a good landlord and friend to the poor. On Sunday the 9th instant, aged 8 months, Mary Ellen, daughter of Mr Bartley, Solicitor. &nbsp; &nbsp;
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE promised, last week, to advert to some monstrous misstatements and fallacies of our contemporary the Register on the above subject. We now proceed to expose them. Our contemporary perpetrates a very glaring fallacy when he compares mere numbers of preachers or teachets, and of churches and schools, with the population, without regard to the quality of instruction, or the situation of the schools and churches. There may be sufficient churches and ministers, schools and teachers, in one particular part of South Australia, but that is no satisfaction to those who are distant ten to one hundred miles from them all. It would be an amazing consolation, doubtless, to people residing at Rapid Bay, or yankalilla, who have no church, to be told-Obi there is one just erected at M'Laren Vale ; or for the English settlers at Barossa complaining of want of churches and schools to be told, that the Ger. .mans have both at Hahndorf ; yet t...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
ARRIVED. FEBRUARY 7. - The schooner Victoria, 28 tons, Smith, from Swan River, with a general cargo. Passengers - Mr and Mrs Owen, Miss Foulkes, Miss Rae, Mrs. and Miss Hart, Mrs. Soulby, James Lockyer and family, J. Tasker and family, Joseph Weldon, and others - in all twenty-one. FEBRUARY 8. - The barque Guiana, 263 tons, Duff, from the Mauritius. &nbsp; FEBRUARY 9. - The cutter Resource, 14 tons, Thompson, from Kangaroo Island. SAILED. FEBRUARY 7. - The cutter William, 6 tons, Parsons, for Kangaroo Island.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian — 11 February 1845
IMPORTS. Cargo of the Guiana, from the Mauritius. - 1553 bags sugar, Beck ; 2 cases plants, Order ; 1 case cigars, 7 bags ginger, Duff; 11 bags sugar, Hamilton & Co. ; 1 bag sugar, Tapley. Cargo of the Resource, from Kangaroo Island. 12 tons salt, R. Venn ; 1 ton onions, Order.