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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 July 1840

VARIETIES. uncle, stood what I said to him?"—Hon. A. Dillon's Iceland. OLD MAIDS—BACHELORS—MARRIAGE.—There are two classes of human beings at whose expense the remainder of the world are much disposed to be marvellously merry; we mean bachelors and   old maids. With the first class we have no fel-   low-feeling. We delight in seeing them held up to the merited scorn of the world ; and have ourselves once and again assisted in the praise worthy work of so exhibiting them. One of the articles of our creed is, that all bachelors who cannot render an admissible reason for drawing;   out their existence "alone," in opposition to the injunctions of revelation and the dictates of na- ture, ought to be abandoned by married people as persons with whom it were a crime to hold companionship. Our sentiments touching old maids are of a different complexion. Our hypothesis for a long time past—indeed, ever since our reasoning fa- culties reached their maturi...

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ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 24th July.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 July 1840

ADELAIDE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (Carefully corrected up to the 24th 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-   sertions 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; Mr Abbot, North Adelaide; Mr Cooper;     Hindmarsh; Mr Duncan, Port Adelaide; Mr Hare, New Port; Mr Nodin, Port ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 July 1840

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

Desirable Opportunity for parties wishing to proceed to England. FOR CALCUTTA DIRECT, The fine teak-built f:ist-suiliug   barque, FAIHLIK, of "50 tons franSMiH.y register, Edward Uarrett, 11. N., K&jjlsfSm? Commander, will rail for the HsPSJSl^gi* ahove port on or about the 3rd August. She has splendid accmomodations for pasbi'iigrers, and is veil armed. For freight or passage early application is necesaarv to JOHN SXOOKE, Agent to the Vessel. riric-street, l:ith July, IS4O. FOR MAMLLA DIKF.CT, ~4Ui?Sr THK line CUdt-buill ship 117/. - AM SWIIOI., >Villiam Xl- dor. Commander, will sail for jfISJHmT^ the above port on or about the 10t!"? August. Shu has superior accommodations for passengers. l-'ur freight or passage apply to the Commander on. hoard, or to A. L. KLDKK, RnndU--strect. DIRECT FOR SYDXKY. AytAr^ THE rcniarkablc fast sailing brig MtMjm- CHRISTINA, 150 tons register, Xss3sWrh^ Ciiaulks HntKV.NsiiAW, master, )j%BeF^fc M daily expected tiuin the above...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

HANK OF SOUTH AI'STUAI.IA. 15il;i:t'i(-iifi — i:<-.ori:e Fife Alibis. Kwj. Captain J. V". Hullw .10111 l FuSH-il, F.XI -« li.rl.M Ilindhv, Jv-ij., M.IV H.-:ir. Ki'iL-.e,.!', L-.j. .:..!..! Vi,;..,1-,,,. <'!ni-'<,|.ii r li.!\vs..n, Lmj. John X,: >, 1->J. ivlna.d i.iv.ti, i:. :1 ., M.P. .lames Kit Moll !■>■!.l, l^i. lle:in V.-aun.-.;:|h, Ks.j. L-.1-ilon oil!:'.', I N,'« r.pJiid-sil.'el, City. Manager i). the i"n!.iny, ))..vi>l McLaren, 'l'.-.j. 'O'St'DVXTdays, Mn.Nii.vY, AVi;i)Ki:?i)iv, and Ji_/ FuniAV ; oili'c;l h'-Mi-Kffi>iii 10 to -1. Di^e.H.:;;. a! thei-:e ol' 1H J.i-Tecnt. jierannum. iiil.-i-.-il eiiar fc 'e-.l ..;: p-ist iltn- l.i!l>, IS per oi ut., i!:d ..II :-l-l:e\Vedllill:i, V.' per f.-llt. I;iter«-.it :u'...\\. .! on e-.;--h .l^juisit^.it tho rite uf 7 ]?-r (cut j'er ainin:i:. ropor.it> fi.v..i i'l nnv. xi>\* roi\ived up:m in !<-:-est. IV|to>i:smi.h<rX;i:H)jMjn|ile .itid.'mnn.l; al&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. ~..?????? «■««« THU undersigned auctioneers l>i>g to in form the public that i? consequence of tlic increase ot newspapers, and the unnecessary expense entailed on nuctioii sales liy the |io^t iiig of liii^tf bills (which arc so little roud und so soon destroyed), they Imve ajjrerd to imtke the papers x\m osi.v medium of Riving publicity to their sales. The public attention is therefore |i;irtieu!arly called to the adver tisements btlovv. Bestham & Nas'i.us, H.\ii.i:s & I'tuc, Smith & Vai.laiick, W. H. Neale. TO BE SOt.O IJV PUUMC AUCTION, BY HAILES if I'F.F.K, On Mon-Viv, August 3rd, 181", at twelve u'clock, at their room, Hindlcy-slreet— A TIMBER carriage 2 spring carls A pony c:irt :$ horse carts A truck Jluriiess Cupboard locks and \v.u\\ jclk '•Saws of various kinds, Hud other iroiimou e .-rj- Pewter measures Dre«sco:>.!s l?ri'itoil AArU lVhite liiii'jvlo'.h sliirt*, linen front* Linen shirt fronts :::•«! collars l.udif s' whit...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Wednesday, July 28.—The schooner Victoria, 28 tons, Hutchinson, master, from Kangaroo Island, with stones for the New Port Road. Thursday, July 29. — The schooner Waterwitch, 99 tons, John Rolls, commander, from Launces- ton, having left on 22nd ult. Cargo: —200     bags oats, 50 tons flour, 15 casks pork, 32 boxes ponchong, 25 chests hyson-skin, 14 half ditto ditto, 20 boxes ditto, 10 chests Congou, 46 bags salt, 60 bags bran, 38 cases pickles, 82 bags   potatoes, 20 bales hay, 20 tins cheese, 1 cart, 2 drays, 13 hhds. stout, 100 cases Geneva, 39 bags bran and pollard, 10 packages merchandise, 4 bales manufactures, 425 paling, 426 bundles shingles. Same Day—The schooner Minerva, 89 tons, David Reid, commander, from Launceston, having left on the 10th ult., with general cargo and passengers. The brig signaled in the Gulf all day   yesterday was standing along the land at sun...

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LATEST DATES FROM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

LATEST DATES FROM. England 6th April Sydney 18th June   Cape 29th May Hobart Town 17th July   Calcutta 15th Mar. Launceston 15th July Mauritius 15th Mar. Melbourne 15th June Singapore 16th April Swan River 9th May   China 1st April New Zealand 25th May    

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MARKETS. SYDNEY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

MARKETS. SYDNEY, JUNE 19. Fine flour per ton £10 Beef per lb 4d         Seconds do £30 to £35 Mutton per do 4d Wheat per bushel 15s Butter fresh per lb 3s Bean per do 1s 6d Cheese per do 1s to 1s 4d Maize per do 5s Cattle each £6 to £8 10s Bread 2lb loaf 8d Sheep each 12s to 16s Hay per ton £9 to £11 Oranges per doz 2s to 4s     Potatoes per cwt 8s to 16s Apples per doz 2s to 5s The wheat market this week has, owing to some management, by one of the principal houses de- clining to purchase, fallen, and 10s. to 13s. per bushel could only be obtained for good Colonial;   Launceston wheat selling for what it cost there.   Maize 5s. per bushel; no animation in the mar- ket; a tendency downwards.—Sydney Herald.   June 19. HOBART TOWN, JULY 16. Wheat per bushel 12s Beef per lb 8d     Barley per do 6s to 8s Mutton per do 6½d   &...

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The South Australian Register, ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1840. NATIVE PROPRIETARY RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

The South Australian Register, ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1840. NATIVE PROPRIETARY RIGHTS. THE official correspondence published in our last regarding the question of priority of selec- tion by the preliminary purchasers of land in the southern districts and the natives, with the commentary thereon by an OLD SETTLER, which we subjoin, afford ample scope for reflec- tion and discussion. By no means inclined to admit, to their full extent, the validity of the arguments in favor of the native rights to the absolute proprietorship of the soil of the terri- tory, we are, nevertheless, most willing to concede that a lawful obligation is imposed up on the government to provide liberally for their physical wants, as well as for their moral and religious improvement. Viewed as unconnected with the rights of preliminary purchasers, there cannot be a doubt of the propriety of his Ex- cellency's measure; or that the natives have the strongest claim to possess certain portions of waste land u...

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PRODUCTIVE CAPABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

PRODUCTIVE CAPABILITIES OF THE PROVINCE. THE Southern Australian, with a simplicity somewhat novel, undertakes to justify the assertion made by Captain Sturt noticed in our last, namely, that "South Australia may reasonably be calculated to be sufficiently productive for the maintenance of a popula- tion of 200,000 souls." It is a pity, we think, that the correction or explanation of a mis- statement so very glaring should have been left to our contemporary's skill in rectifying blunders. We are strongly tempted to satisfy him that he has only made Captain Sturt's position worse than it was, but the plain fact will, under all circumstances, be our best re- joinder. Captain Sturt, we are assured, did no mean what his words conveyed. He spoke of that portion of the colony which is known, and to that, merely, his "calculations" of its   productive capabilities applied. So reference was intended to the entire Province. The re- sult the, by Captain Sturt's own showing, is, t...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND FICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND FICTIONS. WE find the following in a late number of the Hobart Town Courier :— We have received South Australian papers to the 1st of June. The Register has an article headed "Van Diemen's Land Fictions," in which       certain of our contemporarites are taken to task for statemens and accounts tending to disparage the growing prospects of South Australia. For instance, 'Tiser had, some time since, a letter to   the effect that the greatest distress prevailed amongst the emigrants at South Australia, and that they were crowding the beach, and with outstretched arms imploring the captains of ves- sels to give them a passage to this colony. Undoubtedly there is gross exaggeration in this description, but we were certainly not pre- pared for so flattering a picture of prosperity as the Register has furnished, in order to erase the impression likely to be effected by the misrepre- sentations to which it refers. For in...

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MARKETS-CONFERENCE WITH THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

MARKETS—CONFERENCE WITH THE GOVERNOR. PURSUANT to an official invitation in the Gazette, a very numerous body of the co- lonists, composed of the principal stockholders and country settlers, attended at Government- House on Tuesday, and were received by his Excellency in his usual courteous manner. His Excellency expressed his opinion that the time had arrived when, in accordance with what he believed to be the very general wish of the colonists, public markets should be held on fixed days, and he requested the gentlemen present to state their views as to the day of the week on which a market for the sale of stock could be most advantagously held in Adelaide. Mr McLaren, Mr Hallett, Mr Hack, and others, spoke on the piont, and it was ulti- mately fixed that the stock market should be   held on Wednesdays. A discussion arose as to the spot where this market should be placed, and the neighbour- hood of the former Botanic Garden was con- sidered, upon the whole, the most e...

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THE LAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

THE LAST GAZETTE. The following list of Tolls proposed as the maximum rate to be levied on the South Aus- tralia Company's road to section A, at the New Port, is published for general infor- mation :— For every loaded cart dray} If hav- | If hav- waggon or other carriage or} in 2 | ing 4 vehicle or any cart dray waggon} wheels |wheels       or other carriage having any} person or thing therein. -   If drawn by one bullock or} s d s d steer the load whereof (exclu-}   sive of the weight of such cart,} 1 0 1 0 dray waggon or other vehicle)}   shall not exceed 15 cwt. - } Exceeding 15 cwt. for every } 0 1 0 1½ cwt. above that weight - - } if drawn by one horse mare} or gelding the load whereof}     (exclusive of weight of cart dray} 1 6 2 0 waggon or other vehicle) shall } not exceed 20 cwt. - } Exceeding 20 cwt. for every } 0 1 0 1½ cwt. - - - -}     If dra...

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SUSPECTED SHIPWRECK, AND MURDER BY THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

SUSPECTED SHIPWRECK, AND MURDER BY THE NATIVES. H. NIXON. Witness—Wm. McFarlane, Police Serjeant. To Major O'Halloran, Cormmissioner of Police. ON Sunday last, an express arrived from En- counter Bay bringing intelligence of a vessel being wrecked on the coast to the eastward, and the crew and passengers, or some of them, having been murdered by the natives in that quarter. The particulars contained in the despatch have been furnished to us by Major O'Halloran, Commissioner of Police. The following is a copy:— To the Editors of the South Australian Register. Police Commissioner's Office, 28th July, 1840. Sir—I am desired by his Excellency the Governor, to request that you will insert the following reports in your journal of to-morrow   for the satisfaction of the public:—   Encounter Bay, 12 o'clock, 25th July, 1840.   Mr dear O'Halloran—On reaching this, I heard from Serjeant Macfarlane and Dr Penny, that an account had that moment reached the...

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Police Station, Encounter Bay. July 25th, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

Police Station, Encounter Bay. July 25th, 1840. SIR—An account has reached us this day, of a wreck to the eastward, and ten men some women, and five children having been killed. One man said they were killed in one place in the endea- vour to come overland. They were asked about a ship, but one of the black people who brought the intelligence, said that he knew nothing about that; the other, however, spoke of the wreck, as far as we can judge, about Rivoli Bay; and that the people had proceeded as far as the place where Thomas went to the wreck of the vessel in which Mr Longbottom was lost, and were there killed.   The people who gave the account, belong to the Big Murray tribe, who speak a rather different language to our tribe; but Encounter Bay Bob, and his brother (one-armed Charley), acted as intepreters, and the following is Bob's account of what ONE of them told him. The statement of the two blacks vary, as you will see, a little; the account, as above, is collected from one ...

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DEPOSITION OF BOB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

DEPOSITION OF BOB. I remain, Sir, Your very obedient servant, T. O'HALLORAN. Commissioner of Police. "Two of the Murray tribe came down the day before yesterday to the point (Rosetta Point). They told him that ten white men were killed, and five women and some children; one man said they were all killed at one place. Bob asked one of them about a ship, but the knew nothing about it. They said that it took them three days after [?] to the mouth of the Murray.           (Charley says that he meant three days after   leaving the place they were killed at). They re- mained three days there, catching fish, and on the   day of their arrival here, they told him this ; (this   will therefore be the ninth day since the murder; but Charley says that Bob did not understand the questions put to him ; he says that it took the   messengers only two days to come here from the place where the whi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 1 August 1840

Beyond the intelligence contained in the above, the only other news received is the following letter from Mr Pullen, which came to hand on Thursday evening. It is corrobo- rative of the other statements . — Government House, July, 31 1840. SIR—I am directed by his Excellency the Governor to request that you will publish in the South Australian Register to-morrow the following information, conveyed in a letter just received by me from Mr Pullen, and dated "Ellow of the     Murray, Wednesday, July 29th, 1840."   "I arrived here at 3 o'clock on Tuesday after-     noon; the men from Adleaide habing arrived just before. I have got a whale boat from the fish-e ries at Encounter Bay. Bob says that the wreck is only a short distance from that of the Fanny, and that it is a vessel with two masts. In other   respects, the account given to me by Bob and Charley, agrees with the first report. From another black whom I...

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