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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. All advertisements must be paid for previous to   insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends as have opened monthly accounts at the Office; and Advertisers are requested parlicularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will be continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs- day evening. FOR BATAVIA, To sail about the 20th June, THE fine fast-sailing ship     PLANTER, 350 tons,           JAMES BEAZELY, commander. She     has good accommodation for pas- sengers.   For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to J. WALKER, 75, Hindley-street.   FOR PORT LINCOLN.           To sail on Tuesday morning positively,   THE ABEONA. H. C.     HAWSON, Master.  ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is impossible to overtake our arrears of corres- pondence in any one publication. We have letters and articles before us on all varieties of subjects, which would fill the next six numbers of our journal; and though we are glad at all times to receive hints or   communications from our friends, we take leave, with- out offence to any, to constitute ourselves sole judge of the propriety of publishing them. The Police and Post-office acts, we believe, are in a state of great forwardness; and a Well-wisher does only justice   when he acknowledges the Governor's anxiety to pro- mote every measure tending to the security and prospe- rity of the colony ; but he is entirely misinformed as to the cause of the delay. If any has taken place it is only fair to say that it does not rest in the quarter to which he points. We cannot avail ourselves of S's information, his unnecessary to dissect dead slanders when there an but too many melancholy tru...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1839. MR. G. M. STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1839. MR. G. M. STEPHEN. THE investigation into the conduct of Mr. G. M. Stephen, which, as we announced in our last, was proceeding before the Governor, has been suspended by his Excellency in conse- quence of criminal proceedings having been taken against Mr Stephen by Mr. Macdougall, the printer and publisher of the Southern Australian. On Monday last, Mr. Stephen was held to bail for his appearance at the next session of Oyer and Terminer of the Supreme Court, to answer a charge of wilful and cor- rupt perjury then to be preferred against him. In consequence of the suspension of the in- vestigation, Mr. Stevenson, we are informed, has withdrawn from the Magistracy and re- signed the office of Coroner, declining to hold office while Mr. G. M. Stephen continues connected with the Colonial Government. This affair will certainly form the subject of further discussion, but for the present we con- fine ourselves to the following observations in...

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RIGHTS OF PURCHASERS OF EIGHTY ACRE LAND ORDERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

RIGHTS OF PURCHASERS OF EIGHTY ACRE LAND ORDERS IN ENGLAND. IN discussing the rights of purchasers of South Australian land orders in England, we can have no other interest, as we certainly have no other desire, than to protect that vital principle of colonization which secures the fair and equal   distribution of the land to all purchasers. It was in this spirit and with this view that our observations of the 25th May were framed, and the careful reconsideration which we have since been enabled to give the subject has confirmed us in the conclusions to which we then arrived. We think it impossible, indeed, for any man who examines the point in dispute not to agree fully and cordially in the opinion expressed by his Excellency the Resident Commissioner, " that in the regulations under which land orders are purchased in England, there is no- thing which gives the least preference to eighty- acre land orders." We hold the fundamental and as yet un- altered principles in t...

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EXECUTION OF TWO NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

EXECUTION OF TWO NATIVES. THE first native lives that have been forfeited in this Province have been taken by the hands of the officers of justice, and under the applica- tion of the laws of England. Nearly three years               have elapsed since the settlers first came into   communication with the black inhabitants   and in no instance has their blood been shed - no stain or cruelty or oppression towards the poor savage blots the annals of the province of South Australia. In the present case, two natives, clearly proved guilty of most atrocious murders, have paid the penalty exacted for such crimes in all civilized countries, and from every thing we have seen or heard, the effect of the punishment is more likely to cement the good understanding happily existing between us and the Aborigines, than to excite their distrust, enmity, or revenge. The best and most i...

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HEALTH OF THE EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

HEALTH OF THE EMIGRANTS. COMPLAINTS from all quarters daily reach us regarding the health and medical treatment of the newly-landed emigrants, as well as of the filthy and wretched state in which the depot is allowed to remain. That neglect of the very grossest description exists somewhere is perfectly clear; but with the mass of UN- AUTHENTICATED statements before us, and with the limited information we individually possess on the points complained of, it is im- possible with our notion of justice to attach   public blame to the officers supposed to be mainly responsible for the prevalent misma- nagement. It is important, however, that the colonists should he distinctly aware that the Governor has never yet refused to listen to any case of complaint preferred to him, and to order the strictest investigation to be instituted into all instances of alleged neglect or ill-treatment of the emigrants. As journalists it is our right as it is our determination to expose all ab...

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THE BOTANIC AND HORTICULTURAL GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

THE BOTANIC AND HORTICULTURAL GARDENS —At length an institution of great importance to the well-being of the province has been es-   tablished, and, judging from the liberal manner in which the colonists are contributing to its support, with every prospect of success. Mr.   Bailey, who has just been appointed Colonial Botanist, is not merely thoroughly qualified for that interesting situation by long practical experience in the pardons of the celebrated Loddidjes, but he possesses also a very exten- sive, and in a young colony like ours, probably the more valuable knowledge of horticulture, in all its most useful departments. The grounds selected by Mr Bailey for the gardens are situates at that bend of the river in North Adelaide, a little above the residence of Mr. Stevenson; and his Excellency the Governor.     who has taken the most lively interest in the     prosperity of the establishment, has, we believe, given orders for it...

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ADDRESS OF PASTOR KAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

ADDRESS OF PASTOR KAVEL. A well established colony like this cannot but prosper under God, if those who form its popula- tion as an integral part of it be determined to enter into all those ideas that gave birth to its establishment, and that influenced the minds of of those philanthropists who occasioned its   foundation. Therefore, every new comer ought to examine himself whether he is standing on those principles which the colony is founded upon, and when this is the case, not to conceal his feelings and sentiments as being ashamed of them, but to profess them publicly, as soon as an opportunity offers. This opportunity was offered to us last week when we had the honor to take the oaths of alle- giance to Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Victoria. Having been obliged by our former Sovereign, the King of Prussia, whom we always,   in obedience to to the doctrines of the Bible, have honored as ordained of God, and whose parental feelings towards us in many...

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THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

THE GERMANS. OUR attention having been frequently called to the German emigrants, we have great pleasure in inserting a document proceeding from our respected friend Pastor Kavel, expressive of their sentiments on the late occasion, when, in a manner so creditable, they came forward heartily to testify their attachment to the British Crown. The address is characteristic of that ardent and deep-seated enthusiasm which so distinguishes the German nation. It   overflows with grateful feeling towards their benefactors while it breathes not a murmur against the Sovereign to whom they formerly owed allegiance, and by whose ordinance alone they were necessitated to abandon their dearest ties ot kindred and country. It is also so modest in abstaining from allusion to their own claims that we cannot allow the oppor- tunity to pass without adverting to the ad- vantages resulting to the colony from our German brethren. There are now at least   three villages located w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. All PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette, signed by the proper authorities, are to be cun sidered official and obeyed as such. Jiy command, GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 23.) Coiosial Skciiktauy's Offick, Adelaide, June 7, 1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint J. P. Litchmeld, Esj., M D., Inspector of Hosnituis for the i'rovince. By his Excellency's command, GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. GoVERNMKNT-HOUSE, June 7, IN?9. PERSONS inhabiting houses on the Park Land are warned that, according to the Government Order of the 3rd November, 1838, and their own agreement, such houses must be vacated, and the materials removed, on or before the last day of the present month. By his Excellency's command, GEORGE HALL. _ Private Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. GOVERNMENT- HOUSE June 7, 1839. rg^HE Guvtrnor lms ticc??j>ted the i{f.si|;.j:tti->n A ot the Coti'iinission of the Peaiv, li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 June 1839

BOTANIC AND HORTICULTURAL GARDENS.     His Excellency the Governor having ap-     pointed Mr. John Bailey, an experienced   botanist, from the celebrated Gardens of the Messrs. Loddiges of Hackney, Colonial Botanist of South Australia, and ordered the appropriation of a suitable portion of land on the Torrens, below the South Australian Company's brick kilns, an appeal to the Colonists becomes neccesary to obtain sufficient funds for the enclosing of the Gardens, and the general support of what must soon become a most important public establish- ment. It is proposed that the Gardens shall be man- aged by a Committee, and that the amount of annual subscriptions and donations shall be re- paid by the privilege of access to the Gardens at all times, and of obtaining vine cuttings, seeds, and plants from the collection which will be speedily formed. The repayment to be made in the order of subscriptions. A meeting of the S...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. June 8.—The brig Dorset, from Port Lincoln. June 8.— The schooner Abeona, Hawson, from Hobart Town, with general cargo. June 10.—The brig Porter, from Port Lincoln, passenger W. T. Porter, Esq. June 10 —The cutter Water Witch, Purcell, from King George's Sound.   June 10.—The brig David, Hart, fiom New Zealand, with timber and potatos. DEPARTURES.   June 4.—The schooner Eagle, Fawthorp, for   Launceston. June 4.—The brig Black Joke, Harding, for Launceston.   June 5. — The schooner Manford, for the Mauritius. June 11. The schooner Truelove, Doulton, for   Launceston June 12. — The Abeona, H. C. Hawson, for Port Lincoln, with passengers and general cargo.     The brig Dorset will clear out for Port Lincoln on Saturday, the 15th instant Ships laid on.—The Lysander, 476 tons, to sail from Liverpool on the 10th March; Mary Ridway 350 tons, Hooghley 500 tons, Seppin...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. An article in type on the Rights of the holders of 80-acre English Land orders, and various other notices, are excluded till our next. We cannot clearly decipher our friend Mike Delany's letter just received —at least, in time for our present number—and we there- fore defer it. What the scope and object of the Egotist may be, we have no means of ascertaining; one thing,     however, is clear as it is creditable — the Editor has placed no less a sum than 50l, (one-half the profits) in the hands of the Governor, for the use of the public charities. We thank B, for his information; but         proof— full, ample, distinct proof — of the worthless creature's infamy, is already in our possession.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

IMPORTS. June 5—The schooner ABEONA, Hawson, master, 105 tons burthen, from Hobart Town:— 1 bag nuts, 1 ditto almonds, 20 drums figs, 3 bags ginger, 1 barrel soda, 2 boxes candles, 1 cask blacking, 1 case emery powder, 1 cask oatmeal, 1 ditto whitening, 1 ditto saltpetre, 2 jars preserves, 1 case haberdashery, 1 package umbrellas, 1 cask lamp black, 10 packages groceries, 20 packages   11 chests 12 half chests tea, 2 cases pipes, 4 ditto pickles, 1 ditto lamps, 15 cases 1 bag salt, 4 cases mustard, 1 hhd. earthenware, 1 bale paper, [30?] hams, 2 cases slops, 3 cases cotton, 1 ditto hosiery, 1 ditto shoes, 1 bale of flannels, 50 boxes candles, 1 bag coffee, 1 bag spices, 2 casks currants. Cabin passenger—Mr. Quick. Steerage—Mr. Harold Bennet, Mrs. Swift. June 7.—The brig WILLIAM, J. Thom, master, 149 tons burthen, from Launceston:— 13,000 feet cedar, 4500 broad pailing, 1800 narrow paling, 13,000 shingles, 22,000 laths, 262 bags of fl0ur, 27 ditto bran, 18 ditto turnips,...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Adelaide :—Printed and Published at the Pro- prieton, 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), £1 6s. if called   for—£1 10s. when delivered or sent by post.   Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s.,   and 3d. for every additional line.     The South Australian Gazette 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,   Foreign 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, bottled, Dunbar's } 0 18 0 — 0 21 0 p dozen }         &...

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SURVEY OF LAKE ALEXANDRINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

SURVEY OF LAKE ALEXANDRINA. J. W. PULLIN. WE regret to learn that the progress of the interesting expedition recently ordered by His Excellency to survey Lake Alexandrina, has been stopped for a time by an accident, the details of which have been furnished to us by Mr. PULLEN, under whose charge the survey was to be conducted. Mr. Pullen, we believe, has been a private sufferer to a very serious extent. MR. PULLEN'S STATEMENT:—   "On the 7th of June I arrived at Encounter Bay with my party and two boats, for the pur-   pose of completing neccessary arrangements, preparatory to starting for the survey of Lake Alexandrina. On my going on shore to seek some place to encamp my men in until the tarpaulins were ready, I found that the old hut formerly inhabited by the whalers was the only place vacant, the eastern part of which was occupied by a party of the police. After hard and wet working, being obliged to land our stores in a nasty surf, I had all the provis...

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MURRAY'S REVIEW AND MR. G. M. STEPHEN. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

MURRAY'S REVIEW AND MR. G. M. STEPHEN. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. I am, &c., GEO. M. STEPHEN. Adelaide, June 11, 1839. SIR—At the present period I would rather that newspaper statements respecting me should pass without reply or observation. It is, however, desirable that the public should be disabused of the impressions which your comments upon the articles in Murray's Review are intended to convey to their minds, and as a considerable period must elapse before any reply from the proprietor of that journal can be received, I offer to you for   publication the following statement; and which   I am satisfied that gentleman will promptly confirm. 1. Never wrote to Mr. Murray a line upon the subject of the " Milner Estate," nor, to the best of my recollection, to any person in V. D. Land besides my brother, the present Judge Stephen. And, although I gratefully acknowledge the many   proofs of friendship I have recvived ...

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THE NATIVES. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

THE NATIVES. To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. Yours, &c, SCRIBBLER. Adelaide, 12th June, 1839. SIR—In looking over the Gazette for some   time back, I have had much pleasure in the perusal of many articles from yourself and cor- respondents respecting the natives, but there are a few points as yet untouched which appear to me of much importance, and which I shall endeavour, with your permission, and as op- portunity shall occur, to bring under the notice of the public from time to time. I have for some time observed very closely the intercourse between the natives and Euro peans, and I do not hesitate to say that by far   the greater part of the bad conduct so much complained of by some of our colonists, as ex- hibited by their sable brethren, lies at their own door. We are too apt, Sir, to look on the native as our inferior, and to usurp an un- due authority over him. There is in our mother country, and even here amongst our- selves, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

IMPORTANT TO MARINERS. Custom-house, June IS, 1839. Q IK— I beg you will give notice in your Gazette k_7 of Saturday next, that a few days since, while I was at Encounter Bay, a very dangerous rock was discovered, just below (lie edge of the water, about three quarters of a mile east of the email Island outside Granite Island, commonly called Seal Rock.—lt is therefore necessary to pass very close, or a mile oft" in going to the anchorage. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant, TUO& LIPSO.N, Harbour Muster. To the Editor of tbc South Australian Gazette. BOTANIC GARDENS. BY the desire of the Governor, a General Meeting of the Subscribers to the liotuuic Garden is appointed to take place in the Court house on Wednesday next the 19th instant, at seven o'clock p.m. JOHN iIAILEY, Colonial Botanist. Rotunic Gardens, June 14, 1839. PORT LINCOLN SrECIAL SVKVEr NO. 1. THE shareholders in the Port Lincoln speei.il survey, Mo. 1 are requested to meet at Ihe Adelaide and Port Lincoln Hotel, ...

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BOTANIC AND HORTICULTURAL [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 June 1839

BOTANIC AND HORTICULTURAL GARDENS His Excellency the Governor having ap- pointed Mr. John Bailey, an experienced Botanist from the celebrated Gardens of the Messrs. [?] of Hackney, Colonial Botanist of South Australia, and ordered the appropriation of a suitable portion of land on the Torrens, below the South Australian Company's brick kilns, an appeal to the Colonists becomes necessary to obtain sufficient funds for the enclosing of the Gardens, and the general support of what must soon become a most important public establish- ment. It is proposed that the Gardens shall be man- aged by a Committee, and that the amount of annual subscriptions and donations shall be re- paid by the privilege of access to the Gardens at all times, and of obtaining vine cuttings, seeds, and plants from the collection which will be speedily formed. The repayment to be made in     the order of subscriptions. A meeting of the Subscribers will be called at an early day; but in th...

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