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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 October 1839

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson, |On Saturday next, Oct. 12, at 12 o'clock pre cisely, at the New Cattle Market near Mr Beck's stores i)FL Fine Tat bullocks 25 Fat steers 20 Cows in calf with calves by their sides 40 Fine woolled ewes 39 Lambs A sale of cattle will take place every Saturday ¡at 12 o'clock, at the New Cattle Market neai Mr. Beck's stores, until further notice. Notice. i The sales advertised for to-morrow, Thursday s unavoidably postponed Until Tuesday next Oct. 15, as under. Splendid Freehold Property. If not disposed of by Private ConrtacL TO BE SOLD\BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson, On Tuesday next, October ihe 15tb, at Twelve o'clock precisely, at his rooms corner of King William and Hind ley streets, positiveiy-unre . served- - r ^ THAT beautiful House and Garden lately occupied by Captain Martin, situated in Halifax-street on acre No.- 565, consfstig of Dining Room, and excellent Cellar, with Kitchen and Stable detached, a large Garden in good ...

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 October 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE, 1   I SHIps; fl 1,GEORGIANA, 449 lóns,íSte|fl'enst»n, from Leith-g lg discharging. Advertised for Sydney in a ftw days.fl 9 Agent-Capt. Walker, Hinkley street. fl ¡"GLENS WI LL Y 632 tons, bom Greenock-ly i ogg I outside the bar, fl BA ROOKS. fl CITY OF ADELAIDE, 280 tons, Donaldson, from London-clearing out for Hobart. Agent-J .   Morphett, North Terrace.       MARY RIDGWAY, 217 tons, Chesser, fronm Lon don-clearing out for Sydney. Agent -J. Mor   phett, North Terrace.   SOMERSETSHIRE, 449 tons, Jackson, from Lon fl I don-discharging. A^ent-Capt. Walker, H ind-fl ley-street. fl PLEIADES, 200 tons, from. Lombok -dis> barging.! RECOVERY, 483 tons, from London - ANNA ROBERTSON, 488, tons from London discharging* »ALICE BROOKS. 2I¿ tons, from Liverpool. landing passengers, emigrants, &c. Agent--John j ^ Russell. PRINCE REGENT, 394 tons, from London I an ping p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 October 1839

Soutient australian Offiícc« I.'HEfollowing-are the terms of the " SOUTHERN * AUSTRALIA Ii,'1 which is published every Wednes day morning, at the Office, corner of Stèphens-place, Kundle-street. PH ICE OF THU PAFBB.--ls. per number, or £2. pe* annum paid ia advance. Subscribers have their papers Bent to then if" they des hr« it. . _ AoVERTt!<EKK^T!!."-6lines and under [each insertion] Ss.6d ; a»ove 6 lines, 3d. per line-AdverUsementi cannot lie received later than« o'clock on Tuesoaj; and order« to disrontinue Advertisements already in serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o dock on Monday, or.they cannot hts attended to. Advertise ments must be marked the number of «imes they are to be inserted, or they will bc continued undi counter man ¿ed. '"'j J A« «ulMerlpt^Mi« wi A4»«r*ls«»n«M*» JnBlC be JP^ß Hfbrdn advance. ~ '; ~ ' ., . '\,]"..r. ^ " *? For London, \TQ Sail from Port Adelaide in th? eaify part oj November. TUE "KATHERINE STEWART TMM^^. FORBES," burthen 500 ...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1839. COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 October 1839

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.     Quid verum atque decent euro, et rogo, et omni s in hoc sum.-Hon. Er., lib. l, ep l, v li. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 9, 1839. COLONEL LIGHT. WITH extreme sorrow we have this week to record the death of this truly great man.-whose name will co-equal the existence of South Australia, and whoses fame will increase as years roll round,   and the capabilities of the Colony are developed.   The Colonel died in the night of Satur-   day last, the 5th instant, after a severe and protracted illness, in the 51st year of his age. Colonel Light was a man of the finest feelings, and the most refined sentiments of honor. Hence the illusage he has re- ceived had a most injurious effect upon his mind and constitution, and in a great measure hastened his death. We shall not further advert to this subject at the present time; we hope however to be- able shortly, from the kindness of a friend, to lay An out...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

I ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ », d. £ t. <?. Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 18 0 to i 0 0 London, per hhd. 9 0 0 .. IO JO © Ashby's, per tami. '. 9 0 0 .. 10 O Colonial, .. hud. .. 7 0 Ó .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce.¿¿.. 6 0 0 ,. 8 0 0 fresh, lb. ll j Q Butter, fresh, lb......... 2 0 .. $ 9 salt, do. ........ 19 .. 2 0 Coffee, lb.......;....... H.. § 0 Candles, moulds,lb.13 % 9 dips, do....... O' t> 0 0 wax, do....... 4 O'... 4 6 Casks oil, per tun, ...... 4 0 05 ' Ó 0 Cedar, per foot,.... : 6 .. 9 Cheese. English, lb....... 2 0 .. 2 6 Colonial, .. Deals, per foot,. 10 .. 14 Flour,colonial,per 100 Ibß. 3 0 0 .. 310 O Hams, per lb............. 1 6 .. 2 4 Hops, do... 2 0 .. 3 0 Hay, per ton,. 16 D O .. 18 0 0 Iran, do.18 0 0 .. 30 0 0 Maize,per bushel......... J2 0 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. .... ll 10 Oil,sperm,per gallon,. .. IS 1 black, do. _ 2 3 O Porter, per dozen,. 18 0 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 O O .. 10; ¡0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 O O Pork, per barrel- 6 0 0.. 7,.Jr 0 Potato...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY WE rejoice io the prospect of this society having been established, and earnestly recommend it to the attention of our fel low colonists« The following paper on the subject we extract from the co lumns of our contemporary. Et does credit to its concoctors ; and if the society is propel ly carried on, they will have yet to Congratu'ate themselves upon being instrumental in commencing an institution calculated to be one of the greatest Notwithstanding it is probable that pastoral pur. Sails May, for » considerable period, chiefly occupy the attention of those wealthy sett ere daily arriving on the shores of this province, and thoa (as in a sister colony) make an article not the food of man the s'aple commodity of the country, still, tn a congenial .cli mate, with an extensive and fertile soil, agriculture -if fairly tried-woold ever be an ad rant ag eons and safe invostme ot for r*¿»i al. tn importance it can be second to none ; by a free ose of it, we may shortly...

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SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

SHEEP. j So much of the wealth of the Colony now depending upon the successful man agement of this useful animal, we intend frequently to occupy a poi lion of our space in giving such information upon their care and treatment as we thiuk may be of service to our sheep farmers-some of whom are not very conversant with the subject. We this week publish an article on the Foot Rot, written by Professor Pictet, of Geneva, and extracted by us from the Mountain Shepard's Manual. The information contained in this interest ing article, will be found of great value to 'those engaged in pastoral pursuits, and we earnestly recommend it to their atten i ti o n. The disease of which it treats is a most formidable one, and if not attended I to in-time may do irrepairabie injury. Foot Rot is not only contagious, and| fre quently carried from one country to Í another by sheep, but it is dangerous to drive a healthy flock over the run upon which an infected flock has been feeding. II is said that thi...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

I snrelaiuc pipping «epott. I ARRIVALS. Oct. 13-The barque Dunfr¡est from London with about 100 passengers, and general cargo. DEPARTURES. Oct. 6.-The barque Mary Ridgway, 218 tons, Captain Chesser for Sydney, in ballas}. Oct. «-The brig William 149 tons, Capt Thom, for Launceston itt ballast. Oct. 8_The brig Daw tons t 22? tons, Captain Price, for Port Lincoln, Swan River, and the Matt ritius; in ballast. Oct. S.-The ship morgiana, 446 tons Captain Stepbenson,for Sydney, with a ca-go of sundries. Io consequence of the pressure of adver tisements, and the want of compositors, we are obliged to omit several articles prepared for publication this week. In order to avoid such omissions, we In tend in future to print our leading mat ter, in the last page ; by which arrange ment we hope to be enabled to devote same time meet the convenience of our advertising friends. more space to local matter,

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1839. COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

3F$e Soutient ftustraltam Çuidterum atqitc decent curo, et rogo, et omni* in hoe 'um.'--Hoa.Er*, lib. 1, ep. 1, v< ll. ADELAIÎ)Ê : WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16,1839. COLONEL LIGHT. ON Thursday last the remains of this dis tinguished individual were consigned to the silent tomb, and on that occasion the most ample evidence was given of the high esteem in which he was held by the colo nists of South Australia. ~~ At half past eleven the mournful pro cession left Theberton, and on reaching the Native Location it was joined by his Excellency, the public officers, and the general body of colonists. The Rev. Messrs. Howard, Longbottom, and Stow, headed the procession, and were imme diately followed by the hearse, on each side of which walked four pall-bearers, officers in H. M .Service. Next came the particular friends of the deceased , then the public officers, the Council, His Excel lency and Private Secretary, followed by the Colonists. Wheu the funeral left the Native Location, th...

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ACT TO REGULATE THE SLAUGHTERING OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

ACT TO REGULATE THE SLAUGHTERING OF CATTLE. THE following most important Bill about to be brought before the Counc We publish it, in order that the pub! may have an opportunity .of considerii its provisions, and suggesting araendmen if thought desirable : I. It is proposed tbat there shall be, in the vi nity of Adelaide, one public slaughter house, or ph for slaughtering cattle intended for sale or barter, for shipping ; and that any pe ison slaughtering c; tie for the above purposes in any other place in A< laide or within five miles thereof.sbaU forfeit and p a penally of ten pounds for every head of cattle slaughtered. II. It La proposed that the said slaughter hot shall be upon the site reserved by the late Survey« general for a market place, III. It is proposed that the Bench of Justices the Peace at their aooual or quarterly meetings, any two Justices in remote districts, shall ha powei to grant licences tov keep public slaoghl houses wheo they shall beéatísgedibat ...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. Sources of the To[?]ens, Sept. 19, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

To the Editor of the Southern Australian. j Sources of rüe Torrens, Sept. 19, 1839. i - Dear Sir,-Annexed I beg to hand you my diary of the weather for the foi r last months.anJ hope in a new colony like tim, it may prove acceptable <o some of your readers May.--ín the beginning of this mooth the feed was very scarce ano the ground hard, especially where it had been buint off, and the fires seem to have spread generally throughout the country; the fine shown s io the middle of the month made a per ceptible change for the better, still they were too slight to loosen the texture of the soil ; the gum trees, myrtle, and several other shrubs began to et*nd out new leaves, while the brown mellow tint of the old noes gave the woi.ds an Hnglish-spring-like appear« aneé. The blue bell is almost the only flower ia bloom thia month. June.- We had a plentiful supply of iain to begin this month with, and vegetation buist out with great vigour ; iowaids the middle of the month the wet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

MomrMENT TO THE MEMORY OF THE LATE CO&OHBX. uoBv. AT a Meeting of the friends of the late Col, Light, held on Thursday evening last, the 14th instant, John Morphett, Esq. in the Chair. It was resolved nnanimously, I. That a monument worthy the eminent «harac> ter and services of the late Col. Light, be erected over bb remains in Light-square. II. That for the purpose of carrying out the last resolution,* committee be forthwith appointed to re> ceive the subscriptions of the colonists towards de fraying the necessary expences, and generally to undertake the prosecution of the work. III. That the committee do consist of the following gentlemen, with power to add to their number, and to form a sub and district'committee. John Allan, Esq. John Brown,"Esq. Capt. Berkeley W. R. Cooke, Esq. Captain Doff J.H. Fisher, Esq. James Fisher, Esq. W. Ferguson, jr. Esq. Captain Fell Captain Field Ii. T. Finniss, Esq' Thomas Gilbert, Esq. Robert Gouger, Esq. Geo. Hall. Eeg. _ _ John Hi...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

PORT PHILLIP.   --The heavy fall of rain which has flooded the     Yarra Yarra, changed the standing pools into running streams, deluged the whole country, and rendered the   streets of Melbourne almost impassable, has been visiting the western district with equal abundance;   the bridge of the Wierabee, or Ex, as the settlers still persist in calling it, has been swept away by the rise of the river water. The mail bas been in consequence prevented in performing its usual journey to Geelong.-Port Phillip Gazette, Sept 7. --On Monday last, September 2nd 1839, the most   interesting ceremony yet connected with the history of Melbourne, was performed in laying the founda- tion stone of the first permanent place of worship. It is greatly in praise of the Independents, as a body, that they should have been the foremost to provide for the reception of that Heaven-sent messenger, Religion,daring her pilgrimage in...

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THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

THE PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL.     FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 27.       THE Council met at ten o'clock. Present—His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary, the Advocate-General, the Assistant Commissioner. The Bill for the better Regulation of the Post Office was read a second time, and ordered to be printed in the Gazette for general information. Adjourned a quarter after eleven o'clock. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present—His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary, the Advocate-General, the Surveyor-General. Lieut. Edward Frome, Royal Engineers, having been appointed Surveyor-General of Province, the usual oaths were administered to him by His Excel- lency the Governor, and he took his seat in Council accordingly. The Advocate-general moved for leave to amend the ninth and eleventh clauses of the Police Act. The motion was apppoved of. A letter from the Inspector of Police with reference...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

VAN DIEMEN S LAND.   THE GOVERNOR'S RESIGNATION.--We announced last week, that his Excellency Sir John Franklin, K.C.B., &c. &c. &c., and Lieutenant Governor of this prosperous and progressing colony, intended to forward the resignation of his high and important office by the Marianne, speedily about to sail from this port for London. The announcement, we must acknowledge, did not reach us from any official or formal source, but it came from a channel which convinced us of its accuracy ; and we now find that our information was correct;--Sir John Franklin therefore, retires as soon as the cumbersome routine of official formality will permit him.--Colonial Times, Sept. 24, SYDNEY.--We have received our journals, via Launceston, to the 26th ultimo : the crowded state of our columns this week, precludes any detail : we may mention, however, that the corn market remains stationary, but that a fall is expected in consequence of the importation of rice...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

Southern Australian Office.   The following are the terms of the " SOUTHERN   AUSTRALlAN", which is published every Wednes- day morning, at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle-street. PRICE OF THE PAPER....1s. per number, or £2 (pounds) per annum paid in advance. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it.   ADVERTISEMENTS.----6 lines and under [each insertion] 2s .6d; above 6 lines, 2d. per line -- Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday;   and orders to discontinue Advertisements already in- serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertise-   ments must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until counter manded.   All Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. (END) For Bombay, CALLING AT COLOMBO. THE fine ship RECOVERY, THOS. JOHNSON, C...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. PENNY POSTAGE.—Mr. Rowland Hill's plan of a   penny postage has been partially tried as an experi-   ment in Gloucestershire. The postage from Stroud to   Nailsworth, which was formerly fourpence, has been   reduced to one penny, and the consequence is that on an average there are forty letters between these places   where there was only one at the higher rate.—The Hampshire Advertiser May, 18. THE CHARTISTS.—Birmingham; Thursday after- noon.—It is evident, from the tone of the discussions in the revolutionary convertion, and tbe conduct of the delegates, that they are apprehensive of arrests: they   are, therefore, taking every possible means to excite   the working classes to a state of insurrectionary dis-   position. While they are endeavouring to disseminate such a feeling by various indirect and insidious means, they are extremely anxious that they should n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 October 1839

Sales by Public Auction. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson, On Thursday neil, October 17, at 12 o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, corner of Ring Wil- liam-street, positively unreserved, to close consignments— FOUR HUNDRED bushels of Bran 300 bushels of Oats   50 casks bottled Potter 10 hogsheads of London Stout 2 tons of fine Sugar 50,000 of excellent bricks After which, A new English stanhope, first rate maker and quite new   An excellent chain cart One set of excellent English harness quite 1 set of ditto new One casa of claret very choice. Extensive Sale of Wool—Wool Bags— Parts of Six Special Surveys, and Shares in that well known concern the Joint Stock Cattle Company. T RICHARDSON, begs to call the atten- tion of the Public to this sale, being one   of the most important that -has ever taken place in this colony, consisting of the most'profit- able investments that can be desired hy the capitalist ; also offering to parties wi...

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NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 October 1839

HEW INVENTIONS. - IT appears that great inconvenience has always been sustained by our army when on campaign, in consequence of its not possessing a simple, and at tire same time portable/ means of crossing rivers, the common practice .of linking boats »together not being always available. 'Another plan has succeeeded, which is that of placing a number of large hollow* tin vessels onthe water, and erecting a stage ovei .them. These have been need With 'come **cc«sl recently tn-Spain"* but found to be of, great inconve nience from not being easily portable. An invention of Captain M'Intoch's (we believe) and the subject of experiment yesterday, will.at length supply the wished-for convenience. Two vessels in the form and size of boats (without the cavity) were placed on the water, over which they rode as boyantly as possible. On these were placed planks, which háving been screwed down and tightly corded, pre sented a stage capable of holding a large body of men. A number of the Scotc...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 October 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ *. d. £ 5. rf. Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 18 0 to i 0 0 London, per hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 10 0 0 Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Besf, per tierce.......... 6 Ó 0 8 0 0 fresh, lb.. U lo Butter, fresh, lb:.. 2 0.. 2 9 salt, do. 19.. 2 0 Coffee, lb. ll .. 2 0 Candles, moulds, lb. 1 3 I 9 dips, do. 00 00 wax, do., 4 0.. 4 6 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0.. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6.. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 2 0.. 2 6 Cofonial, Deals', per foot,. 10 .. 14 Flour,colonial,per 100.lbs. 3 0 0 .. 3 10 0 Hams, per lb...... 16.. 2 4 Hops, do. 2 0.. 3 O Hay, perton,... 16 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 ff Maize,per bushel,. 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll .. 1 0 - Oil, sperm, per gallon,- .. 15 1 black, do. 2 6.. 3 0 Porter, per dozen. 18 0 .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 0 0 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel. 6 0 0 .. 7 *? 0. Potatoes, per ton,. 15 0 0 .. 30 O-. O Rice, per cwt.. 18-0 Soap, English, per lb. 7 .. O Spir...

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