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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLONIST. THE Fairlie has brought us the second and fourth numbers of this new journal. Judging from the specimens before us we should say that it will be an able and effective advocate of the South Australian principles of coloniza- tion, and a zealous friend of the province, to the advancement and support of which its co- lumns are to be exclusively devoted. One fea- ture we cannot but cordially approve of—it is entirely free, in its editorial observations espe- cially, from any thing that saours of puff, quackery, or humbug. We have ever main- tained that South Australia needs only a fair representation of facts, to ensure it a right place in the minds of the people at home, and we are therefore glad to welcome a laborer in the European field, who, we are assured, is determined to act on this sound and honest principle.

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WEEKLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

WEEKLY MARKET. A LETTER from one of out most intelligent and respected country settlers appears in last Wednesday's Chronicle, on the subject of the establishment of a weekly market in Adelaide, for the sale and purchase of stock and farm produce generally. This very sensible commu- nication will be found elsewhere. The evils and waste of time which the writer describes,   as attendant upon the want of a regular and fixed time and place when and where sellers and purchasers could congregate, are so uni- versally felt that no one can deny the expe- diency of forthwith applying a remedy, and fixing a day for a weekly market in Adelaide. S0 far as we have been able to ascertain the sentiments of the public on the point, we find that Saturday would be the most convenient and appropriate day for holding the market. When the Municipal Act comes into operation, the definitive lising of the day and the regula- tion of the market will, of course, belong to the Town Council. In t...

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MR R. L. MILNE-THE MOORGATE STREET BANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

MR R. L. MILNE-THE MOORGATE STREET BANK. THE Rev. Mr. R. L. Milne has addressed a very curious epistle to usthrought the Chronicle which, notwithstanding the crowded State of our columns. we have made room for. It would be no very difficult task to exhibit Mr Milne, as perhaps he deserves to be ex- hibited; but a lingering feeling of compassion for an old and very foolish person—if folly be indeed the right designation of his conduce— restrains our pen, and inclines us to treat with extreme leuity what it is possible may be moer a mental aberration than positive roguery. We give him and his friends in Moorgate street, the full benefit of the presumed ellipses—re- marking that it is somewhat unusual even amongst the clerks of bankers or merchants in transcribing to omit half of an important letter; and that in the case of the document in question, Mr Milne forgets that it is entirly in the handwriting of the manager, Mr. C. F. Boucher himself—where neither "hurry of   &a...

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SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. THE Court of Oyer and Terminer and general   Gaol Delivery, commenced its sittings on Tues- day last. The following Grand Jury having been sworn— George Stevenson; foreman.       John Morphett, Esq., J. P., David McLaren, Esq., J. P.,   John Hallett, Esq., J. P., Osmond Gilles, John Barton Hack, John Russell, John Newman,   John Brown, John Knott,   George S Kingston, Henry Nixon, William Peacock, and Robert Craigie, Esquires.   His Honor the Judge briefly addressed them, congratulating them on the tightness of the Ca- lendar, which superseded the necessity of his de-   taining them from their duties by any lengthened           remarks. His Honor referred to the presentation of the last Grand Jury regarding the insecure state of the prison, and the non-performance of divine service among the prisoners. He had rece...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

ENGLISH NEWS. The Fairlie brings English papers to the 5th April, inclusive, from which we give such ex- racts below as appear most interesting:— STEAM AT PORT ADELAIDE—The ship Courier goes out of dock this day for Port Adelaide. This   vessel, which is of great length for her size, and a very fast sailer, is to be equiped as a steamer on her arrival at Adelaide, to ply between the ports of the colony. Her engine of seventy horse power is already fixed on board, so that all that will be requisite for the commencement of her voyages, will be to ship her paddles on her arrival in the     colony, She has been rigged with three masts, since of course she must proceed under canvas   to Port Adelaide. We understand that she carries out three deer, a buck and two does, which it is     intended to place on Kangaroo Inland, where no   natives are in existence to destroy them. A number of hares and rab...

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THE FRENCH CONVICT SETTLEMENTS AT NEW ZEALAND. (From the South Australian Record, April 4.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

THE FRENCH CONVICT SETTLEMENTS AT NEW ZEALAND. (From the South Australian Record, April 4.) With equal surprise and regret we heard on the day of our last publication, that the British Go- vernment has permitted the estalishment of a French convict colony in New Zealand This rxtraordinary step is fraught with every possible description of evil—it has not one redeeming quality which can be named. The introduction   of a restless, ambitious unscrupulous, and, at heart, hostile nation, into Australasia—the es-     tablishment of a rival settlement in the very track   of our home and Australian trade—the creation   of numberless disputes, vexations, and animo- sities among the colonists, and expecially among     the natives—the infliction of the "convict curse"     upon some of the finest regions of the universe—       the frightful ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

AMERICA. New York papers received last night (April 4), by the Great Western steamer, to the 28th March, represent trade to be in a comparatively inactive state, as for months past, and banking affairs as unsettled as before. The sales at the Stock Ex- change had been alternately of large amount and very limited. The stock of the Manhattan Bank haad been sold at 85. Another committee had been organised to investigate the condition of this   Bank, but its proceedings are of too great length to advert to. The Comptroller of the City Bank of Buffalo had given notice of his intention to redeem the ordinary bank notes of that Bank at par. Private persons (many of whom have their whole property invested in them), who at the first ntoice of the suspension of specie payments by the Banks, have relied with over-placed confidence   in their stability, and power to surmount all ob-   stacles, begin now, as private letters inform us, to complain loudly of ...

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VARIETITS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

VARIETIES. THE MORAI. EVILS OF WEATH—It does appear to me that there is a certain staidness and sobriety, a certain pressure of circumstances that is good for man. His body was not made for luxuries; it sickens, sinks, and dies under them.   His mind was not made for indulgence; it grows   weak, effeminate, and dwarfish under that con-     dition. It is good for us to bear the yoke; and it is especially good for us to bear the yoke in our youth. I am persuaded that many children are injured by too much attention, too much   care; by too many servants at home; too many         lessons at school; too many indulgencies in   society; they are not left sufficiently to exert their         own powers, to invent their own amusements, to make their own way; they are often inefficent   and unhappy; th...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 10th July.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 10th July.) 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, £2 10s.—£2 2s. if paid in ad-   vance. Advertisements not exceeding eight   lines, 4s., and 3d. for every additional line. Advertisements must have the number of in-   insertions marked on them, otherwise they will be continued and charged for till counter- manded; and all orders for discontinuing advertisements must be sent in by six o'clock on Thursday evening. The South Australian Register may be had of the following Agents, by whom orders and adver- tisements will also be received:—Mr. Platts, Gilles- arcade; Messrs Nicholson & Hay, North Adelaide; Mr Cooper, Hindmarsh; Mr Duncan, Port Ade- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

PLOL'II ASSOCIATION. MISSUS HENTHAM & CO, have orders from the cninmittec to deliver the Flour pui-causcd on bchall'of the Association, at the rate of live pounds eight shillings per bag—being the exact cost. Holders of four-pound share certifi cates can have one bag for each certificate by paying the additional one pound eight shillings, at the states of (lie above (inn, where the Flour its now waichoiised. WILLIAM GILES, Treasurer. King William-street, July Kih, ISJO. UNION SllliKl* AND CATTLE COMPANY. NOTICE is hereby given, that every Share, holder in the abuvc Company who neglects (o pay the instalments on the call of one pound per share, will risk the forfeit lire* of the whule uf his share or shares in Ihe above Company. Tlio Secretary will attend nt Mr Payne's, Australian Arms, Hiudlcy-strcct, from seven to nine o'clock ou 'i'uesclav evenings, the ?tli and 14th July. IK order oi' the Directors, It. J. McCANX, Secretary. 27th .Tune, IH4O. NOAKLUNGA TOWNSHIP. i>U!tC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. rillilv undersigned ouctionefrs bog to in X form tile public tlmt in cotisequcnrc of tlu>. iitcrudke of newspapers, and tlie iinnect'ii.sary rx; wise entailed on auction suits by the po?t injr of Urge Lills, (which ure so "little reud mid so si.o? distiryeil,) they have aj;ri'«'d to inulio the papers thcoNl.v inrdium of Kiving jiuuiicitv- lo thvir sales. The jiublic attention in t]irr>;furi> paaiculaily called to the udver tiNt-iiicuts hi'!o-.?-. J Rkntham & Non • t's, Haili s .V Pti:K, Sjiitii & Vallaiiit, W. 11. Ni-ai.l-:. EVEXINCf SALES. ' TO OE SOI-D BY PUULIC- AUCTION, j JiY DES TilAM ■§• CO., On Saturday a?d Monday evenings, at their lower rooms, Ilindley'Street— fill nags SUCAH WV 3U tea sets 40 dozen tea cu;i-i and saucer* I'M) u-.vsotis uud i?iu^s "00 quart ulsd pint decanters. AMU, Several puns, odd lots of ironmongery, 50 hollies of jam, yieat variety of clothing, uud ulhcr sundric<. i:ilc lo roaiinenee at six. Immense...

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY.-FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 1840. [SECOND ARTICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 11 July 1840

PROGRESS OF THE COLONY.—FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 1840. [SECOND ARTICLE.] THE statistical information published in our last, illustrative of the advancement of the province during the half-year that has just closed, has, we are glad to learn, been consi- dered, in quarters most likely to be well ac- quainted with the facts, rather under than above the actual numbers. Our wish, how- ever, goes no further than to insure the great-- est possible amount of accuracy. With that wish, we are open to correction, and thankful to have either errors or omissions noticed. It is in the same spirit that we submit the following remarks from the Chronicle of Wednesday— although, on a careful re-examination of the data on which the calculations proceeded, we are satisfied that our original statement of the numbers is in no degree exaggerated;—   "We are inclined to think that our contem-   porary is rather over the mark in one or two things. As regards the population, we have kep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. - ■■■■?? <« THR undersigned niirtioiierrs bep to in form the public that in ronsfqiicnce ol the increase of newspapers, und the unnecessary expense entailed on auction sales by the post ing of large bills (which lire so little read mid so soon distrryed), they have agreed to make tlic popers the only medium of K'v|nK publicity to their sales. The public attention is therefore particularly called to the adver tisements below. Bbntiiam & Noni-.V!B, Hailfb & Pehk, Smith & Vai.i.auck, W. H. TO ?X SOLO BY PUBLIC AVCTION, BY HAILKStf PEEK, THIS DAY, the 18th July, at their stook-yard, lllndley-strci't, at twelve o'clock — COWS and Heifeis Bullocks aud steers I at cattle SOvouni; rams A stroug fjrey horse Three earls A Ini'tre tent lined with baize Two v<ts harness Superior bay saddle horse Se\.T:il sows and pigs Two Timor pouiea. TO B X SOLD I) V AUCTION, B V HAU.ES S• PEEK, On Monday, 'JOth July, at their room, liindley stre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

BIRTH. —At Clarence-place, Glasgow, on the 22nd January, the lady of Francis Reid, Esq., South Australian Emigration Agent, of a son. — On Sunday the 12th July, the lady of Mr Thomas Freeman, Rundle-street, of a son.   DIED. —On Tuesday, the 14th July, the infant son of Mr Thomas Freeman, Rundle-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

Desirable Opportunity for parties wishing to proceed to England. FOR CALCUTTA DIRECT, -All!) s*)*. THIS fine teak-built fust-sailing jfcM rf^\ barque, I'MItUE, of -sft tons <BK&fo<^? register. Edward Garrctt, Esq., CxgP?sij£r^ U.N., Commander, will nail for *^Se??^i^s> <He above jmrt oil or about the 3rd August. She has splendid accommodations for passengers, is well armed, and carries nil expe rienced surgeon. For freight or passage early ap plication is necessary to JOHN SNOOKE, Agent to the Vessel. Pirio-slroot, l:tth July, I^lo. FOIX POUT IMIIKI-.il* AM) SYDNEY, To sail in üboitt a fortnight, THE fine iicn- barque CVLDKE, (/r'*iisS.\ "^7 tons per register, John Cami' -1 I11;II< Commander. For freight &*MS%r '"' I 1'"*".-"' "I'P'y t0 '?v Captain ?" -a^^^* "Mj I I l j' l r t UAY, C.KEIG, & CO., Hindley-slreet. Adelaide, July 10, 1840. VOH I'OllT PHILLIP AM) SYDNEY, Will sail in ah:?it a fortnight, -ATTi^K tn E ...

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ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION. DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION   DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. This Day. HAILES & PEEK, at their stock yard, Hindley- street, at twelve—cattle. Monday. HAILES & PEEK, at their rooms, Hindley-st., at one—Villa Residences on the Torrens. MR NEALE, on the premises (late Mr P. Cook's) Weymouth-street, at one—sundries. BENTHAM & CO., at their rooms, King William- street, at twelve—earthenware, china, &c.   TUESDAY. W. H. NEALE, at his room, Franklin-street. at one—timber and sundries.   WEDNESDAY. HAILES & PEEK, at their rooms, Hindley-street at twelve—merchandize. BENTHAM & CO., on their premises, Gilles—arcade —the lease of the "Arcade shades".   SMITH & VALLANCE, at Mr Crispe's stockyard, at noon—sheep. Thursday. W. H. NEALE, at the stockyard opposite Beck's   stores—cattle. SMITH & VALLANCE, at their rooms, Hindley-st., at one—sundries. FRIDAY. HAILES & PE...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Saturday, July 10.—The ship Dauntless, 698 tons, William Miller, Commander, from Greenock, having left on the 17th February. Passengers : — Dr Fletcher (Surgeon of the ship), lady, and fa- mily, Mr Innes, Assistant-surgeon, Mr Young, Supercargo, Dr Hay, Mr and Mrs Wallace, Mr and Mrs Fisken and family, Mr Inglis, Messrs Coch- ran, Grant, and Dow, Mrs and Miss Milligan, and ninety-five steerage passengers. Cargo:—1280   pots, 150 camp ovens, 181 tea kettles, 18 boilers, 30 bundles, 480 spades, 104 casks 10 hhds. bottled ale, 6 pumps, 18 pipes, 218 kegs 24 casks 9 bales 88 barrels 80 firkins 58 boxes 7 cases merchandize, contents unknown. Wednesday, July 15—The brig Essex; 211 tons, Roxby, Commander, from Launceston, Passenger—Mr August. Cargo:—20 tons flour,     300 trusses hay, 40 tons potatoes, 60 bags salt, 60 bags oats, 20 hhds beer, 50,000 laths, 25,000 shingles, 14,000 paling, 14,70...

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. Custom House, Port Adelaide. July 15, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

NOTICE TO MARINERS. Custom House, Port Adelaide. July 15, 1840. On and after Friday next, the 17th inst., a   light will be shown from sun-set to sun-rise at the mast-head of the Lady Wellington, moored outside of the entrance to Port Adelaide, 1½ miles S. W. from the outer bar. Vessels running up the Gulf for the light must not come into less than 4½ fathoms water, and must anchor on the south side of the light ship in 5 or 6 fathoms. Pilots will reside on board the brig for the convenience of masters of vessels requiring their aid.

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. ABEONA (schooner) 96 tons, Hawson, master   —clearing out for Hobart Town. CHARLES KERR (barque), 460 tons, Arnold,   master—clearing out for India. C. Beck & Co. agents. CULDEE (barque), 388 tons, Campbell, master —discharging from Greenock. Murray, Greig, & Co., agents.       DAUNTLESS (ship) 698 tons, Miller, master.     discharging cargo from Greenock. W. Blyth & Sons, agents. ESSEX (brig), 211 tons, Roxby, master—dis-   charging cargo from Launceston. Gorton &   Andrews, agents. GUNGA (barque), 277 tons, Resdie master— in stream for Sydney, J. Morphett agent. NEW HOLLAND (brig), 250 tons, Bussell,   master—discharging from London. W. S. Whitington & Co. agents. ORLEANA, (ship), 649 tons, Cameron, master —clearing out for Bombay. J. Morphett, agent. TRUELOVE (schooner) 13...

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LATEST DATES FROM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 18 July 1840

LATEST DATES FROM England - 6th April Sydney • - 6th June Cape 29th May Hobart Town 16th June     Calcutta 15th Mar. Launceston 14th June Mauritius 15th Mar. Melbourne 1st June     Singapore 16th April Swan River 9th May   China 1st April New Zealand 27th Apr.  

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