New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 28 Feb 1845
The Tickets of Leave of the undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown have been cancelled for the reasons stated opposite their respective names.
William Dudley, Parkfield, indecent exposure; Hyde Park Barracks bench.
[signed] J McLean.
Prin. Sup. of Convict’s Office.
Sydney, 27th February, 1845.
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The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 3 Mar 1845
TICKETS-OF-LEAVE CANCELLED.—The following prisoners of the Crown have had their tickets-of-leave cancelled for the reasons stated against their respective names:—
William Dudley, per Parkfield, for indecent exposure; Hyde Park Barrack Bench.
AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.—We have seen a sample of wheat, lately imported by Messrs Ker, Rawson, and Co, from South Australia, which is far superior to that usually imported from Bengal, being of a fine, clean, fresh, appearance. It is called Hill wheat, and has been very favourably spoken of in England, where it is sought after as a seed wheat. It could be laid down here as from drs 2.80 to drs 3 per bag of two Bengal maunds, and which would be much preferable to the Bengal grain for bread.
—Singapore Free Press.
1 New South Wales Government Gazette, Fri 28 Feb 1845, p. 232. Emphasis added.
2 The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 3 Mar 1845, p. 4. Emphasis added.