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BRITISH GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

BRITISH COINE*. .Ow thc 19th February, the Combined Coon ot roney assembled. When the Gorornor delivered a speech, from which the following awe extracts : The exagérâtes, unfair aceoaerU of the unhealthi ness of this climate, industriously circulated in fha I'islanda. where there is «arpias popalation, have hitherto prevented an influx of lahoarers ; there ic aa attachment also of the Creólo to the aoil, which 4ms -made him hesitate ero he abandon it ; but wbea « snore speedy communication «fins tho islands is «e carea by means of steam-na»iga6on-when the Creole finds lhat*e may benefit by high wages, and have no difficalty in retuniing to hist seat-wbea the timid was found that even the European may perform suit able labour, without becoming a victim to.the climate, the advantages to be obtsioeA by a transfer of their labour to thu rich province, must indues an influx of population. lt is well known that an or aoves industri ous labourera here caa produce a larger return 'Of the «t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

fOUTU AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. WE rejoice lo perceive by an a Ivrrtisement in another column (bat active steps a? e being taiten in town, towards forwarding the »ie*vs of îhe projectors of the Railway, The Secretary ÜJAJÍÍR* VU that ap plications for shares aie very nu ¡ rnu*. The lis: of Colonial Director* is q'iiiè su'hcit-.it <o endure the shareholders that the Company »lit be pioptr'.y cos ducted. SOUTH ArtTfiAt.iAN Fcuo'oL b'octrcy.-We bear with much pleasure that George Hall, Ksq., HU Ex cellency*« Private Secreta»y, last week »or« aided to the Secretary ot this Society the sum of £5. in aid ol ! its funds. We trust the example » iii not be Iud upon our fellow colonists at large, but that those who have j not hitherto contributed tuv ards the support of an Institution of such promise,"wilt lose no time in doing I so. . . j THE following extract we think will bo read with pleasure by our fellow colonists :- i WE have learned, with mach satisfaction, that the j number of s...

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MR. EYRE'S REPORT. Adelaide, October 19, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

I I MR. EYRES REPORT. i Adelaide, October 19, 1839. I SIR,-I havethe honor to acquaint, yo»; I for the information of His Excellency, tba Governor, willi the return of myscíí r i j, party fiom an exploring expedition to ih-: north-west of Port Lincoln ; and it i& with feelings of deep disappointment <iml regret that I communicate ihe results of that expedition, and the destruction those sanguine liopes of finding a fer';; » and valuable country towards tliewesf.fr limits of this Province,/which His I{xc«/ lency is aware I entertained at my d parture. I left Pott Lincoln with rr.* parly (consisting of three roen, an ove: seer, a tul two native boys,) on the £ /i. A «gust, passing over alow barren count" through, w hich « erv iuierspsesed manv 't lakes, to thecoasr, which I stuck íaíi'u ~ 34 c f following then its general dic - tion. I crossed a succession of low iii.'V wooded w itt: casuarina?-grassy, but ».?.-? 7 stony and destitute ol' water except wi: -'-' was l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

rpHKfollowingarethe terms of the "SOUTHERN *? AUSTRALIEN," which is publUhedevery Wednes day morning, at the Office, corner of Stepheus-plaçe, Handle-street. PAICK OF TRR PATER-l»« per. number, or per annum paid in advance. Subscribers bare their papers aent to them if they desire it. ADTKBTIBKMNTS..-«linea and nader [each ¡naertiou] Ss. 6d ; above 6 linea, Sd« per line-Advertisements cannot be received later Utah * o'clock on Tuesday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already in« serted, most be sent to the tiffice before S 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. ali Subscription« add Advertisements ttnst be paid for in advance. For Bomba?, ^ CALLING AT COLOMBO* THE fine ship RECOVERY, Taos. . JoHNson,Commander. This ship has a large poop, and is in every j respect a first-rate passenger ship. Apply to Captain Johnson on board, or to JOHN WAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

SOUTH AUSTRAL*AH. 21 A11. WA^O MPANT CAPITAL f25,C00; . In twelve 1i»ndren and fifty shares of TWENTY POUNDS tACH. DEPOSIT one pound per share, and nd calls tb exceed two pounds each, nor be payable at less then one monrh's cottee: COLONIAL DIRECTORS; J. B. HACK. Esq. - R. GOUGER Esq. D. M LARKN Esq. E. ROWLANDS Esq. J. MORPHETT Esq. BANKERS THE BANK OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Shares will l>e appropriated on the 15th November. Application for Shares to he made lo the Secretary's Stephens Place, between the hours of ten and twelve daily. * EDWARD HARDY. Honorary Secretary; A CARS, SGOLDSACK begs most respectfully to . inform his customers in South A'JelaUe, that for convenience in trade, he has opened H I Depct in 81 Kùttdle-stréèt; where he will be happy to supply them and the public with such articles asare made and sold at his bakery, and on the same terms. Penning»oii-teriae«\ North Adelaide. October 29, lft39. GREYHOUND and Commissiod Livery Stables. WORTH TERRACE ADELAIDE, (Ne«.r t...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS.   October 22.—The cutter Hero, 36, tons, —   master, from Encounter Bay, with stores, and a party of whalers. October 27.—The schooner Abeona, Hawson, from   Port Lincoln. Oct. 29;—The barque Palmyra, from Greenock with about 150 passengers. Sailed on the 3rd July, came in contact with a vessel supposed to be the Russell, of Liverpool, returned to Greenock to repair.     Finally left Greenock the 18th July.   Oct. 30—The barque Superb, from Greenock 13th July, with about 150 passengers. DEPARTURES.   October, 18.—The ship Glenswilly, 6?0 tons, Captain M'Neil, for Sydney, with part of her original cargo.

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JOINT STOCK CATTLE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

JOINT STOCK CATTLE COMPANY.         WE gave a few particulars of this Company a short time ago, promising at a future period to devote a portion of our space to more extended statistical details, with a view to incite others of   our fellow colonists to similar enterprise, by   showing how, under prudent and intelligent man agement, the most profitable returns may be       realised by this species of investment : we more over advert to this subject for the sake of doing what indeed is nothing more than justice to the public spirited individuals to whose zeal for the prosperity of our rapidly rising province we are indebted for the existence of this flourishing es tablishment. We happen to know that in the formation of this Company, profit was but a secondary con sideration, and we sincerely rejoice therefore to   see, that in addition to the public benefi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 October 1839

Salea to public ftuctton* - TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION By J. Richardson, On Thursday, next, October 31, .at his Itooms corner of King William-street-positivai^ unreserved *E*1VE Hundred Bushels of OAT'S; loe bushels of Bran ; 4 tons of Flo»' r ; 2 "Ma'i ninwsV Houses 2 handsome ro^aoçany Chest of-drawers ; A fe*.v iron Bedsteads, and various other articles of furniture Also a large collec tion of gent's, wearing apparel, hosiery,&c. 1 Case of Cutlery consisting of ivory handled knives and fcyfks, black do., game and other carvers. About 50 lb. of fine Goose feaihers, 2 sofas, and other articles of furniture. To Capitalists. TO I*E SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson, On Saturday, November 2, at 12 o'clock preci sely, at the Kew Cattle Marker, opposite Beck's Store ABOUT 60 II EAD OF SUPERIOR CATTLE, lately imported and selected from the finest herds tn New South Wales, con sisting of Milch Cows, Steers, and Bullocks. AUo a fineiîack of 6 0 0 YOUNG £ W E S, :> in ex...

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SUPREME COURT, ADELAIDE. CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Monday, Nov. 4 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

SUPREME COURT, ADELAIDE. 1 CRIMINAL SESSIONS. « Monday, iva». 4. I Wm. M'Gvffit arid Thomas Henderson, charged with stealing two lambs, th« property of His Excel« ? heney ;-Henderson acquitted ; M'Guffie guilty, but , recommended to mercy Kesiah Plow, charged with stealing fowls, and also s*¡th stealing a bonnet and veil, the property of Rieh. Trott. The prisoner pleaded guilty loth* first charge, and she was found guilty .apon the second. Some doubts bein« entertained respecting tba soundness of ; the prisoner's intellect, His Honor stated be would fake the opinion of the Colonial Surgeon before pass. lng sentence. Patience Niblett, charged with stealing a fumbler, the property of Levi Bigwood-not guilty.?, Christopher Fanning, charged with stealing three tumblers and two glasses, the property of George , Bvanstone-guilty ; 7 years transportation. Tuetr.ay, November 5. Joseph Stagg, charged with stealing a bollock, the property of D. M'Laren, Esq..-acquitted. Jeremie* Steiß, charge...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. London, per hbd.9 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 Colonial, .. hbd. .. 7 Beef, per tierce. 6 fresh,lb.. Batter, fresh, lb. 2 salt, do. ........ 1 Coffee, lb.. Candles, moulds, lb...... . 1 wax, do.* 4 Casks, oil, per tun, ...... 4 C Cedar, per foot,........ .. Cheese, English, lb. 2 Deals, per foot,. Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 3 O Hams, per lb. 1 Hops, do. ............ 2 Hay, per ton,.16" 0 Xron, do.18 O Maize, per bushel. 12 Mutton, fresh, per lb. Oil, sperm, per gallon,. ... black, do. .... % Porter, per dozen,.... .... 18 London, fahd. 9 0 colonial, do. .... 7 0 Pork, per barrel ....... » G* O Potatoes, per ton,.15 0 Rice, per cwt............ Soap, English, per lb. .... Spirits in bond-Brandy.. 10 Rum .... 5 Sugar, Mauritius, per lb. - . Tobacco in bd.-Negrobead Brazil.... Tea, hyson-skin.perchest.. black..... Wines in bond Port (in. wood)per ¿-cask Do. (in bottle) dozen .. Sherry (in wood) ¿-cask Ditto (bottled) per dozen 110 Ditto fr...

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

PORT LINCOLN. j WE have barely room in our present number to introduce to our readers the account given bj Captain Hawson of the Abeona, Of a trip taken by him and some other gentlemen into the in terior at Port Lincoln. Their report was that which we alluded to in a leading article in our iast number, and which had not |then come to hand. We cannot but express our hope that their judgement of that portiou of onr province will be confirmed by subsequent investigation and by experience* It is the interest of the whole community, that this report should in every respect prove correct. The following is ihe report here referred to. We shall have fur ther opportunities for remark hereafter. ACCOUNT of a TRIP taken by Captain Hawson of the Abeona, in company voith Mr. William ?Smith and thru other Gentlemen, into the interior at Port Lincoln. ON Thursday the 17th instant we left Happy Valley on horseback and proceeded tn a northerly direction until we reached the top of the gradually risi...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnisin hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

«fije Soufflent &tt8traltatt. Quid verum atque decent euro, et rogo, et omni* in hoe sum.-Hem. Er., lib. 1, eu. 1, v- ll. ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1839«. IN reading the Gatette of October 24th, we ob served among the proceedings of Council that a bill had been introduced, and read a first and second time, to " regulate the licensing of auc tioneers, and the collection of duties on property sold by auction." Expecting that, as in other cases, when the bill was matured the outlines of it would be laid before tbe public, it som¡e how or other altogether escaped from our notice that it was to be passed with most extraordinary celerity. We glanced at the last number of the Gazette, and found that the notice wa» not re peated inany shape, and on recurring to tb,e former notice, it has greatly surprised us to find that the Bill was to become an Ac t on Tuesday the 5th November. Our discovery, we roust con fess,' completely nonplussed us. We are aware that there has been a ...

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V. D. LAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

¡ V- î). LÀND EXTRACTS. j I - f be William Carey, from Liverpool the 7th June, arrived yesterday. There is nothing of Par liamentary interest, the whigs having deferred fora week the Canadá arid all other debatable questions, iii ©«der to gain time thereby, if possible, to get on without re-organization, in the way of which much difficulty was found to exist. In the mean time their organ, the Sun (morning and evening), says Ministers have determined upon abandoning all balf and-tialf policy, carrying out the Reform Bill to a very considerable extent. The San says "Forward'* was the Ministerial motto; The decided support of the Duke of Wellington is said to have been pro mised by the Duke to theQueen,and ht9 speech on the 31st of May had produced immense effect in favor of Ministers, and has determined them also to forbeai for the present from Concluding the Durham arrange ments. Nothing seems certain-all depending upon the chapter of accidents. There was a riot at Liver pool on the ...

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THE CENTENARY OF WESLEYAN METHODISM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

THE CENTENARY OF WESLEYAN METHODISM. THE services connected with tbe celebra tion of the completion of the hundredth year of Wesleyan Methodism took place on Friday the 25th ult, and we were ex tremely gratified to witness the high reli gious feeling and joy that pervaded the meetings upon an occasion so pre-eminently interesting and inportant. One feeling seemed to animate all hearts, one thought occupied every mind, one expression beamed from every countenance, and one united song of prayer and praise was of fered by ministers and people that this oc casion might be made a lasting blessing to each. We hope frequently to witness as interesting and as impressive meetings in the Colony, but certainly nothing has hitherto been so well conducted, and we rejoice upon this occasion that the Colony has been so highly favored. To enter upon a detail of the rise and progress of Wesleyan Methodism would not only occupy very great length, but would require more time and more care than we have...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS.     Nov. 1—The schooner Truelove, Coulton, from New Zealand, with a cargo of timber. Passengers— Mr Fenn and Mr B. O. Wilson Nov. 3—The schooner Minerva, from Launceston,   with horses, &c. Passenger—Mr K. Campbell DEPARTURES. Nov. 3—The barque Strathisla, Captain Fox, for Port Phillip, with 50 ponies, 2500 bushels maize, and sundries. Passengers—Mr Mansfield, Capt Lees, Mr M'Donough, Miss Bell, and Mr J. M. Solomon, Supercargo.   Nov. 2—The schooner Lulworth, Robson, for the Eastern Isles. Mr Cottrell, Supercargo. This is to give notice to all Captains of ships or vessels bound to River Hokianga, in New Zealand, that there is a Flag Staff erected on the South Head, under the direction of Mr. John Martin, the Pilot, with Signal Flags to signalise to any Ship or Vessel appearing off the Bar, and the undermentioned Signals are to be attended to. Mr. Martin will be in attendance with his Boa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

âptttjèm &tt*ftattan äfftet. rpHB followjnffawthe terms of the " SOUTHERN *? AUSTRALIAN," which is publishedévery Wednes day morning, afiche Office, corner of StenUens-place, Kundle-s tree*A . PRICK OFTHI?I»AVER.-ls« per number, w £2. per , annum paid in advance. Subscribers ha«e their papers '««entsfcy them if they desire it. AÖVERTIHKMKNTS.-6lines and under [each insertion] Si.?*1 ija-jiove 6 line» 3d. per line-Advertisements cannot bcTfeceived taler than 4 o'clock on Tuesday j -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 ta. Advertise ments must be marked the number of times they are _ to be inserted,, or they will be continued until counter manded. , f ... " AJI Subscriptions and Advertisements, maa* be paid Jbt^tnadvance. . .. _- ? For Bombay* - CALLING AT COLOMBO J THE fine ship RECOVERY, THOS. ^ JoHNSONjCommandef. This ship has a large poop, and is in every respect a fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

Safo» pttSlfr Auction. - r. M!» I TO BE -SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By J. Richardson* On Thursday next, November 7, at twelve o'clock precisely, athis Rooms, corner of King William street FIVE HUNDRED bushels of Oats. SOO bushels Bran 20 tons of Potatoes 20 bushels Split Peas. 2 Sofas, I Chests of Drawers At the same time will be sold a large quantity of Miscellaneous effects, the clearings of a ware house. The whole positively unreserved. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION By J. Richardson, On Saturday next, November9,attwelve o'clock at the new cattle market near Mr. Beck's store, positively unreserved FIFTY fine COWS in fall milk, with calves by at their tides 25 fine fat bollocks and steers 6 Excellent riding horses 2 Draught Horses.and Carls. To Publicans* S^ife-keepers, and others. TO SOLD 'BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. Richardson, At his rooms, cornet, of King William-street* on TUESDAY next* the 12th of November^ at 12 o'clock, precisely, positively unre served. O/l Hogsheads of superior...

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South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

goutt) &tt*irattan <5a?ettt. Mr. John Edwards is appointed to be sob In spector of Police. Josiah Partridge, Esq., Solicitor, of Grenfell street, Adelaide, is appointed a Notary Pnbtil for the Province. AS several of the Special Surveys are now marked out, or nearly so, and as applications have been made to the Resident Commissioner for information as to the period during which it would beallowableto take advantage of the term "upwards" in the 35th clause of the Commissioners Regulations for the disposal of Land, in which' it is declared " any one who shall hereafter pay in advance the price ot 4,000 acres of and and upwards," ¿cc, His Excellency directs it to be notified that; in conformity with a precedent established by the Commissioners, until their final decision be known, peisons who have purchased or may purchase Special Surveys, shall be alowed to take in addition to the regulated minim un quantity of 4.000 acres, any futher quantity within the regula ted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 November 1839

HAY. ï> ART^E&desirous of purchasing permission _ to cut grass in the remarkably fertile District of Lyndoch Valley; or on any oiher part of the property of the South Australia, Company, are requested to apply at their "Commercial Office, North Terrace, for informa- j tion as to terms. Offers also will be received of the respective Tates per Ton, at which parties will engage to cut grass in Lyndoeh Valley, or to bring it to town, on account of the Company. Any person or persons found cutting grass on any part of the Company's property, felling Timber, or injurning that property by carting «way the produce or by any other means what soever, will be prosecuted according to law. By order of the Manager, WILLIAM ti I LES. Adelaide Oct. 29 1839* ' South Australian Agricultural Society. A NUMEROUS Meeting of Magistrates, Land- holders, and Colonists, was held at the Court- house, this day — On the motion of J. B. Hack, Esq., seconded by A. H. Davis, Esq., D. Maclaren, Esq., J. ...

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South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 November 1839

/-y.-7 TheCouncil met this day at ten**clock, and, with out transacting any business, «fas adjourned until Thursday 12th November, op account of the inter« vening session of Ute Supreme Court. / --- The following sections of Land have been selected at this Office during the past week : November 2-Section 222, District B, by tba Hon. Chas, Sturt, by virtue of land Order 795. November 5.-Sections 549, and 597. District B, . hy Thomas Parr Perry, Esq, of Adelaide, by virtue of Laud Orders 897 aad 898. November 5.-Section 263, District C, by Charles Ibbotson, Esq, of Halifax, by virtue of Land Order 668. November 5.-Section 44f. District C,by Frede* rick Schwann, Esq., of Huddersfield, by virtue of Laud Order 829. November 5.-Section 443, District C, by Henry SaflVan, Esq., of Huddersfield, by virtue of Land Order 830. November 5.-Section 444, District C, by John Ingham, Esq., of Halifax, by virtue of Land Order 831. November 5.-Section 445, District C. by John Abbott, Esq., of Halifax,...

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