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ENGLISH EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS The following is Lord Durham's proposed new         consttution for the Canadas:— 1. The name of the Canadas to be suspended, as being too intimately associated with mis-go- verment, party, spirit, and strife; and the two provinces to be re-divided into the provinces of Quebec, Montreal, Kingston, and Toronto, which, with the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Sco- tia, Prince Edward Islands, and Newfoundland,   will, in one Federal Union, go under the name of   British North America. The Queen's title then will be Queen of the       United Kingdom of Great Britain, Ireland, and   British North America. British North America   to have a secretary and office in Downing-street, to itself, and to be governed by a viceroy, as Ire-   land now is, with this difference, that it shall have     &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

BIRTH— On the 30th instant, the Lady of J. Woodforde, Esq., of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. t£%'AU advertisements must be ptiitl fur jirevt. us to insertion, unless forwarded oy such of our J'ritittls ax liavf: opriied numlhbi mv?ifiits nt flic Otfici! ,• utt'l Advertisers me ii-/.-«?/i-</ parlk.iritiTlit U> nutia: that <tdtietiisf<t-<-u<* mu-e. inserted will hr continued unit <7.0i/.i/ tiir viitc.<s i-'Liitiniimiiliil h), *■•! o'clock « < 'i'imrs c/<IV>VM!"«.. F O II I '> N" O0 N" I> II! I". C T , T? s«;7 frt.\i I'i-tl AMii-ir m tl:>- cir'y pu;l <>r' Jl'vicvtbrr, •"^•■•X J s>K-*Airr ;■'.•.•.'.'?.■:.'■:, i'i(jr :it'riiiiuii!?ii:i'iis ior |ia->i">if^, ?n<l J. v.l'l. oll.n- (liM<! •.•..-.-^h. ! <-li.:.' «'.u:..tvf\ -- i. ,'cT.- ..C Wu.ii ;.!••• n-.j-.i. -It'! I.i l:aw il ici r. n .:■• .-•::' Otliol-v.Ue tlu'^.ip ti.UM |h.?W. ti1...:. ! "I'«i.vii To coincide her i'.jvo- Ai-iiUi'-uiyii 1o ii. n...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1839. COLLEGE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1839. COLLEGE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Among the many steps of advancement which it is our province to bring before the public, one has just become so prominent as to merit notice at more than the usual length. Our fellow colonists are already aware that much   attention has of late been excited by the pro- gress of a subscription for the establishment of a College in the province. In less than four days £4,000 was subscribed in Adelaide, and   by advices lately received, it appears that 2 or   £3,000 has been subscribed in England to- wards this object. It is well known that His Excellency the Governor, before leaving England, pointed out the importance of an educational institution of a superior grade, as forming one of the many collateral advantages which the peculiar consti- tution and position of this colony were fitted to ensure. His Excellency's concern for the pro- motion of this un...

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THE COLONIAL SURGEON.—HEALTH OF THE EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

THE COLONIAL SURGEON.—HEALTH OF THE EMIGRANTS. Mr. T.Y. COTTER has been suspended from the office of Colonial Surgeon for neglect of duty, and Mr. Nash appointed in his place. Mr. Cotter has, of course, published a letter in reply to the intimation of his removal, which may be considered as his defence not merely of the neglect imputed to him in the particular case which appears to have been the proximate cause of his dismissal, but of the more general charge conveyed in the official intimation of that event, and therein stated as "coming in addition to the many other complaints of a [curios] character against him."   Of the particular instance of neglect in the first place, a few words will suffice. Mr. George Evans of the Custom House at Port Adelaide died on the 11th July, according to   Mr. Cotter's statement, of a complication of disorders—jaundice, dysentery, and general dropsy—aggravated by habitual intoxication. Mr. Cotter saw his patient on 24th of...

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SUPREME COURT-CIVIL Monday July 27. ACTION FOR LIREL JAMES He[?] ROBERT THOMAS AND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 August 1839

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL Monday July 27. ACTION FOR LIBEL JAMES HURTLE FISHER v. ROBERT THOMAS AND COMPANY. Charles Mann Esq., Barrister, appered for the plantiff—George Stevenson Esq. for the def-   dants.— The defendants pleaded the general issue. A Special jury having been sworn.— Mr. Mann opened the case for the plaintiff.—       There were three counts or charges of printing and publishing false and malicious libels in the South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register.   The first of these was in the third number of that paper, published on the 8th of July, 1837, and contained the following words in a letter addressed to the Editor of the Gazette, and signed "A   Colonist" :—" It is true that out of the cargo of draught bullocks sent by the Commissioner from the Cape of Good Hope, for the accommodation of   the colonists generally, Mr. Fisher, the Colonial Commissioner, allowed his two sons, ...

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SHIPPING IN POUT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. NAME. TONS FROM   BOUND TO   Sir Charles Forbes 363 Liverpool Batavia   Hoogley 465 London Calcutta       Lysander 473 Liverpool Batavia     Ganges 420 London Batavia   City of Adelaide 280 London — Seppings 344 London East Indies         Asia 520 London —       Mary Ridgway 218 London — Endora 280 Hob. Town Calcutta     Socrates 150 Launceston —     Sond Baker 209 Hob. Town Calcutta         William 149 Launceston Launceston       Charlotte 86 Launceston —     Abercromby 143 Sydney Mauritius     Abeona 117 Hob. Town —     &nbsp...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

WEEKLY REPORT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. Flour, &c.—Flour is stationary at last week's price. —V. D. Land best 65l. to 75l. per ton; oats   11s. to 12s. per bushel; bran 5s. to 5s. 6d per bushel; four pound loaf 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8d. Vegetables — Potatoes 30/ to 35/. per ton; do.   per lb 4d. to 5d; turnips 1s. per bunch, cabbages       and lettuce 3d each; carrots 6d per pound,   onions, cucumbers, &c. none. Meat — Beef 10d to 1s per lb, mutton 1s. to 1s. 2d; veal and pork 1s 3d per lb.     Dairy Products.—Butter (fresh) 3s. 3d per           lb; do (salt 2s to 2s. 6d; cheese 2s. 6d per lb (scarce); eggs 4s. to 6s. per dozen. Spirits—Still scarce and bringing high prices.   VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Launceston. —Flour maintains its price still. We see no prospect of a fall, and consider the high ...

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EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

EDUCATION To the Editor of the South Australian Register. Sir—It is one of the peculiar characteristics of this [?] colony that the means of religious institution and general eduction are not provided by the Government. Every individual is allowed to follow the bias of his own natural disposition either to give or withhold his support to means calculated to diffuse throughout the colony   Christian knowledge and Christian principles. Of the propriety or impropriety of this being   adopted as a general rule ther may be various opinions; but, as it seems to have been adopted, it becomes necessary to consider how far the want may be supplied by individual exertion. There are already in the colony a very large number of families; array of them reside in     Adelaide, but yet a large proportion are in the country, and, except in Adelaide, I have not heard of a single school. We have a population rapidly increasing, and yet we ahve no me...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Adelaide: -.—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley-street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price per annum (52 numbers), £2 12s if called for—£2 16s. when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s., and 3d. for every additional line. The South Australian is regularly for-   warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received. Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan. London — Messrs. Black and Armstrong, Foreigh Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. Ale, London, p hhd 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Ditto, Ashby, p barrel 8 10 0 —9 0 0         Ditto, Dunbar's p dozen 0 18 0—0 20 0 Ditto, Colonial, in hhds 7 0 0—7 10 0   Porter, London, p hhd 9 0 0—10 0 0     Ditto, in bottles,...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

IMPORTS. July 16.—The barque ASIA, 523 tons, Ben-   jamin Freeman, commander, from London:   180 white battens, 3 bundles 88 boxes 3 casks 4   packages 34 cases 2 bales 1 chest 4 hhds, 1 butt 1 bag, 6 barrels 4 firkins merchandize, 93 oil casks, 3 waggons, 10 screw jacks, 100 axes, 1 wooden house, 6 cart wheels, 1 timber jib, 6 wheels, 12 cases cheese, 78 chests tea, 108 pack- ages, an iron store, 314 bars iron, 250 deals. July 24. —The brig WILLIAM, 149 tons,   Thom. master, from Launceston:—10 hhds.     porter, 1 barrel 63 casks ale, 1 package harness, 1 parcel drays, 1 keg 1 carroteel currants, 1 bag almonds, 1 case seeds, 1 tunk apparel, 1 box apples, 49 cases 2 bales slops, 5 cases glass, 2   kegs ironmongery, 1 cask 1 hhd. oil, 6 kegs butter, 1 bale paper, 1 cask oatmeal, 1 case pipes, 1 package haberdashery, 6 casks bottled ale, 2 spring carts, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 dray, 3 pair bullock bows...

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MINE DELANEY's LETTERS TO HIS FRIENDS IN ISELAND, No. 3. To my sister—that's July, at the sign of the Pig and Piper, Bolinastoe [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

MINE DELANEY's LETTERS TO HIS FRIENDS IN ISELAND , No. 3. To my sister— that's July, at the sign of the Pig and Piper, Bolinastoe [?] divvil at liis «!b«? ; und «vhia !u< tabes *'?c wli j> in liis hand, its well he knows how to" lav on tli? laeli—so, for the life ov ;-ecs, Judy, d?n"t lie attfcer tfllmjr him n"wiird 16ay* ttt mo!?!?ee b*"'H <«-• Il:rv. ing bis hand upon me <>r Irriruing n** al««?r ilic ruiirt r«r li<nll; «nd 111 jist slip this in asy i-.l«? lie |<3}-|icr, aa' thy uirvr a uiird Lc Jl know abaut it at all. Nuw Jiidy. ma Ituurlial, won't lie iiftlier bolavim,' liaaf they tell yees iibont tl.is place. fur thctoll:ir liii.il'is sili lies—fur lilii'ut I'at Oiiimjjliuc s,y t«- ni.'xi-ir.' Or!!, Jliko. my, ji'will, its s..rry i .iv top.nwid yecs—lll nivji me the face ov y.' a:t:i : llvm .-JlMylii:; \i\nt\:-. i- ;•!! .. Kiiiiylielis, an1 t'iey'l! r./a-l ye an' iit« ye, nn' kill ye i.li.e." Well tiiin that win !i&am...

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. From the establishment of the province we have had battle to do with two parties, whose proceedings have been regarded by us as alike   inimical to its true interests - unjust detractors on the one hand, and impudent puffers on the other; and we take credit to ourselves for having perseveringly and successfully exposed both. In laying, however, before the public this day, some statistical details illustrative of the progress of South Australia, we must   frankly admit that the simple results — the plain facts now within the knowledge of every colonist — put to shame the wildest puffer that over fancied or fabricated visions of the future fortunes of our settlement. These, indeed, have so far outstripped the expectations which we ourselves taught, as those which sober- minded persons might properly entertain—that were we to indulge in speculations on coming events founded on the facts before us, we should in all probability incur the ...

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THE NEWSPAPER PRESS COALITION AGMNST MR. G.M. STEPMEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

THE NEWSPAPER PRESS COALITION AGMNST MR. G.M. STEPHEN. The Southern Australian has thought it worth while to notice at length an assertion which it seems has recently been made by the Launceston Advertiser that the two South Aus- tralian newspapers, forgetting for a time their political hostility, have entered into a league   for the unholy purpose of crushing Mr. G. M. Stephen! It may, perhaps, be regarded in   the same quarter a confirmation of the assertion if we join our Adelaide contemporary in laugh- ing at its absurdity; but it really requires an effort gravely to imagine a newspaper plot for so feeble a result. If the Launceston Ad- vertiser needed to be informed of the facts, which we doubt, and if its conductors rest [?] by mercantile speculation in   connection with the party implicated, which they did not a few weeks ago, we might repeat   them here, in the hope of stabilising the     truth to ...

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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

LAND SALES. But tin* is nothing: within tli« same jiariod jtaul iu(o the colonial treasury in \vui ca?U i\>c or, more correctly, from I lie 14(li January that land, :m<l remitted wi'lmut dcitiuiion to to tiicSOtli J?\Jy last, there have \wva takvii l>y Uu^rlatul, f.ir tin- honofitof t!i.-ci:]!gra:iin Ihnrf, capitalists on tue spot no !<•-•; tli.m *JS sjio«:i.<l tin: iminciiso sum <>f 10S,'i:H/.* surveys of 4000 acres o.Jcli; and thi-re liasljeeii! llore is thy <itUi-i.?l l'i-t ?--f iliese surveys :— KPECIAL .SUiVKV;-: • The above sum imlnd «25KM. paidfor extension of special surveys puichasers having a right to take in ftn^ronsr ttiv whole or any j),tct «f tlic IiOtKI tcr-'S; «ud is -idnsivc of about f«^/rfjf f liitlie.iis?rii-Uif Mount H'lilirr, ■j isivHi'Ki!': tl?tf<"tul.' Mtiion ( ofiV-.-r-. 11:1.1; ;.n.| 1 i!.:i;-< 4' T«j tli" i:«.rlli\viii.l,.; A.li'laiile, J l.tic-.vu liy tin' im.'iic «jl lai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

ADVKKTISKMKNTS. t ?".-Sfl aJra-tifcwnts must be paid for jircvicu-i t> in.H'rlinn, imlixs furifanhtl b;i surfr of ?">' tririiils «s /hii-o <'!!C'H'(/ mav.'l:' : i wflonun'.* o< '/Ac *i;)irr ; an-l 'AdrtrlisaK ?rr r, </./->/«•./ '.■■■irli.-J:iH;i /ii «"'/'■<: that <i<i:>tis*-..nils ••>ur ,«,//,■,/ ;.-<// /.-• e.mliuu?>l </?</ "'"•'.^'l '<'" Mil-** Ct-.u;lir:miwli'<l I'll nil v'chA o; Tliurx tirf riv:i'.nj. F•1 .< IO Nl> ON Dl HKC I , 7o f;n/ Iron /';?' Ailiaiic in //«• <-«i',y j«.'.-/ <•/ ■ ••-•}■ -, rnUK Iwniiio AM 77,'.! /.'f AF. ■%'*'■■':>>.. i F,Ti:u'.-tI!T l-Ot'HKS. V-:V*;*i_:'-.\. lnmiu-.i V.M? 10:1-, Aiiiii.D li.i.v, <-<:<&$:? C.,',M,.:..i.1.-f. "'- >,^?^i?:'-' T'u! aliovo vc-'i1. 1:..- vi-ry >>n> ( -- -11 r a~MMi!.■■;'...ioti< ;'nr pa-...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [?] — The schooner [?], [?] tons, [?], master, from Launceston, with 750 sheep and 1 horses.       [?] — The schooner John Pirie, 106 tons, [?], master from Sydney, with general cargo           Passengers: Mr Fisher, Mr. Gardner, and four [?] passengers. [?] — The brig Charlotte, 94 tons, Tre-   [?], master, from Launceston, with a general cargo. Passengers — Mr. John McCulloch, and Mr. [?].       Same day.- The barque Endora, 280 tons,       Addison, master, from Hobart Town, with mer - chandise. Passengers- Mr Fletcher and family         Miss [?], Messrs. Morrison, [?],             White, Bennett, Hatch, and Thomson. Same day.—the Socrates...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. Crtry .1/«« a Freeholder! .' TO HB SOt.n lIV PUBLIC AUCTION, /il- .V. BhSTHAM, This Kvoiiinjr, at seven o'clock— rty IJIKI y Allotments in tlio \ ill;i^o of Islington, i. injiiiy .•; iln'ni near the jmUVie wells, ami frontages in llic bi'st streets; the piancaii be scon at the Auction Mart at (ill hours. Newly ;irriiv<! «iiiicr.niis shoc'.l nut omit to mail ilicui^lUos o:' tiiis opportunity. ()i>v<tiiiiiliiL Auction Mart. r.KXIINt: tTOCK WITHOLT C, siC.a K. TO R X SOI- I) I! V ATC .'■ If, N . ;; v ,v. ai::< m .1,1;, Ti.is livening1, «f six o'clock, at liis Rooms, Miiulk'V-sitve! -\ S inMiv.'ii-f variety tit iiuuiuni.'iTv. tools, A\. fryinj:-pau-. iti«i. -•iii<v|i;i?;i<;, \c. varion* drapery in handkerchiefs, dresses. -li;avis, &o.; slops; men's, v.oiiuilV, anil children* shoos, lmts, &o.; jewellery, (inns, pistols, ivaichcs, ••ill. lory, and oilier useful articles. •Si\ allotments in Iliiidin...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

NEW SOUTH WALES. John Pirie we have apers to the 4th. There is no news of importance. We [?] extracts.— The weather during the last few days especially in the mornings and evenings has been     [?] cold. On Friday last a free man   [?] Sims, met his death form exposure to the   weather. He was found early on that morning by Mr. M'Pherson, the Clerk of Councils, lying in a ditch near the garden fo the late Mr. Mack-   inness. Mr. M'Pherson caused the man to be re- moved ot the general hospital, where he died in a   few minutes after his arrival. —Sydney Standard.   RAILROADS.— Who'd have thought it?— Though     strange —passing strange, yet 'tis true! A rail-   road is about to be commenced at Wollongong,   by Mr. Smith, which is to run from the place of   debarkation to a central part of the town. Where   &nb...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE ASTURDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 10 August 1839

DIED. —On Wednesday last, aged ten months, Sophia Mary, only child of Mr. Henry Calton. The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1839. The Governor is expected to return to-day from "the bush" where his excellency has been for the last three weeks.

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