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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY* I - THE third annual general mealing of this Company was held on Friday last, the 20th June, at their office: No. 4. New Broad-street. G.F. ANGAS, Esq.,on taking the chair, and intro du-íng the business of the meeting, observed, that h< should not then reply tothe charges circulated agains the company during the past year (though he could eisily refute the whole), as the voluminous report pre pared by the directors would be sufficiently satisfar toiy, and give every particular of the company's af fairs ; he should also, before the close of the meeting, have an opportunity of answering any question the proprietors might put. He stated that the board had a'ted with the utmost candour and openness in all their proCiedings, and they still desired to do so ; that he was convinced the proprietary would be satisfied t'ial their operations were favourable instead of un fa voU'able j and that the charges against the com pany did not apply to them, for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

Sale» bp public Auction. WEEKLY SALE OF LAND AND HOUSES Bv N, Bentham & Co., Every Friday, at tlieir RoomsHindley-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. TUE great disadvantages New Comers and others experience in the purchasing of "Land, has induced BENTHAM & Co. to establish regular Sales, thus ensuring to buyers (new ar rivals in particular) an opportunity of purchas ing at the REAL market value,-and to parties selling, a fair competition for their property. For particulars of next Friday's Sale see ad vertisement below. i In North Adelaide. BENTHAM & CO. have great pleasure in announcing that they are instructed to offer to Public Competition, at their Rooms Hindley-stieet, on Friday, Nov. 22, at twelve, an unusually eligible FREEHOLD PROPERTY situated in Kermode-streel, and at present occu pied by - NICHOLSON,ESQ. The house ( a 5 rooroed Manning's ) does not pretend to magni ficence or splendor.but it claims to be selected as a-fit-and happy home for those in pursuit of the ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. -- The heir apparent to the Turkish throne was to leave the harem of his mother on the 15th nlt. and to assume a regular establishment of his own. This was considered at Constantinople the greatest innovation on ancient customs which the Sultan had yet attempted. The young Prince in question is named Abdul Medjid, and completed his 16th year on the 20th April. The Sultan has another son living, Abdul Aziz, now in his 10th year, and four daughters.-Glasgow Herald, July 12 —About 200 persons from Germany came this morning by the railway from Newcastle, by a special train, intending to go to Liverpool to embark for America, as settlers. A similar number will arrive in the course of the week ; and we understand that above 1000 settlers from Germany are expected to pass through Carlisle.—Carlisle Patriot. July 9. — Government has resolved to grant to the Bank of Ireland an extension of her charter and privileges until the year 1844, at which time the charter of the Bank...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

BIRTH — On Wednesday, the 13th inst., the Lady of Henry Inman, Esq., of a daughter. DIED — On the 14th instant. Henry DeHorne, son of Mr. J. W. DeHorn, King William street, of the dysentery, aged 8 months and 8 days.

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INSTRUCTIONS TO THE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, IN REGARD TO THE RECEIPT AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PUBLIC MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, IN REGARD TO THE RE CEIPT AND EXPENDITURE OF THE PUBLIC MONEY. 1. You will direct your earliest attention to the security and safe custody of the public treasure, and, after consultation with the Treasurer and the Auditor-, General, you will sanction such regulations as may appear to you best adapted for that important object, and also for the preservation of all official books and documents. 2. All monies raised in the colony under the pro vision of the 4th and 5th Will. IV., c. 95, and 1st and 2nd Vict., c. 60, and all public money of every description, most be forthwith paid, without any deduction, to the Colonial Treasurer. 3. The Colonization Commissioners have opened with the South Australian Company an account at     their bank in South Australia, under the title o " Emigration Fund Account," to the credit of which the Colonial Treasurer most forthwith pay, in the name of the Colonization ...

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PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL. Adelaide, Nov. 12, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL. Adelaide, Nov. 12, 1839. The Council met at eleven o'clock present His     Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary the   Advocate-general, the Assistant Commissioner. The Bill entituled "An Act to regulate the Licensing of   Auctioneers and the Collecting of Duties on Property sold hy Auction," was brought up from committee. The Governor said that, in again introducing the   Bill "for regulating tbe Licensing of Auctioneers and   the Collecting of Duties on Sales by Auction," it was necessary for him to make some observations upon cir   cumstances which gave rise to that bill, and upon others which had occured since it was first laid be fore the Council. In November, 1838, soon after His Excellency's first arrival in the colony, a me   morial was presented to him, signed by most of the principal merchants of Adelaide and by two auction eers, request...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

Bank of South Australia. NOTICE is hereby given that this Bank will be closed on WEDNESDAY the 27th IN- STANT, for the purpose of declaring the annual balances. EDWARD STEPHENS.     Cashier, Bank of South Australia, November 19th, 1839. To Let. A Comfortable two roomed Cottage in Hind- ley- street, behind Mr. Ewin's, hairdresser Apply to the undersigned. A. BURRELL. Hindley street. The Land of Promise. NOW ON SALE, at A. Macdougall's, at few copies of the above-named celebrated Work on South Australia. BOOKBINDING in all its branches, neatly executed, at the office of the Southern Aus- tralian. Maps, &c., mounted and varnished.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 November 1839

Soutient Australian iffier* frpHE following-are the terms of Übe " SOÇTHERN AUSTRAL! AN,"which is publiataedevery Wednes day morning-, at Ute Office, corner of Stepbeaa-^lace, Rundle street. Parca OF THU P*PEB-»ls- per imbiber, «r £2- per ùnmun paid ia advance. Sdbscribers bave their papers 'sent to them if they desire it. , ADVERTÍS EKE NTS.-clines and under [each insertion J j Ss.6d.; above Clines» 3d. përline-Advertisements 'cannot be received later «han 4 o'clock on Tuesday ; I "and orders to discontinúe Advertisements already in serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Monday, tor they cannot be attended to. Advertise ments must be marked the number of times they are j V> be inserted, or they will be continued until counter Inanded. ^ . _ ..1 AU Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. « For" Bombay* CALLING AT COLOMBO; THE fine ship RECOVERY, Tttos. JOHN SON, Commander. This ship has a large poop, and is in every "respect a first-rate pass...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Articles- on the state of the Port,-on the Commis sioners reasonsfor the alterations in the constitution of the Council,-and.several others, are compelled to stand over until our'mxt for want of room,

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ ». d. £ s. d Ate-Dunbar's, per dozen.« 18 0 lo m 0 0 London, per hhd. .. 9 O 0 .. IO O O Ashby's, per barrel9 O O.. IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 O 0 .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 8 O O fresh, lb. 8J .. 9 Butter, fresh, lb.... 2 0.« 2 3 salt, do.. 19.. 2 0 Coffee, lb. ll .. 2 0 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 19 «ax, do.i 4 0.. 4 6 Casts, efl, per tun,...... 4 0 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot. 6.« 9 Cheese, English, lb. 2 0.. 2 6 Deals, per foot,. 10 . . 1 4 Flour,colonial, per 100 lbs. 2 10 0 .. 3 0 0 Hams, per lb.... 16.. 2 Q Hops, de. 2 0.. 3 4 Hay, perlen,.. IO 0 0 .. 16 0 O Iron, de. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize,per bushel......... 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. .. .. 8£ .. 9 Oil,sperm, per gallon,.... .. 15 0 black, do. .... 2 6.. 3 1 Perter, per dozen,.......1 18 0 .. 1, 0 Q London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. ..... 7 0 0.. 8 0 0 Pork, per'barrel ........ 6 O O .." 7 *J' O Potatoes, per ton;....... 15 O 0 .. 30 O O Rice, percwt............ 18 0 Soap, En...

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SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICE COURENT. IMPOSTS. S-PIRITS.-(in bond) per gallon-Rnm" proof, to 30 O P 5s. 9d.-Brandy 7s. 9d. te 8s. Cd-Gin, pale 4s. 6d. WINE-(in wood) per pipe-Sherry, £30 to £60 Madeira, £25 to 45-Teneriffe, £16-Port, £30 lo £70 -Cape £13. (In bottle)-per dozen Champagne,40s. to 50s-Claret, £1 to £1 15s Madeira, £ 1 to £15s-Sherry, £ 1 la lo £ 1 7s 6d Purt£l 4sto£l 14s. ALE-Borton, £6 per barrel -"Elliot's, £5"per fahd, -Bottled, Dunbar's, 15s per 4oeea-Danbar's Porter 16s. TEA -per chest-Souchong, £8-Hyson-skin £7. TOBACCO-per lb-Negrohead, square fig, 2$ 2d fl tt fig ls gd. SOGAR-per ton-Mauritius, fine. £30-Java, £21 to 30-Refined, 9d to9£d per pound COFFEE-per lb 9d. to lld. IRISH BUTTER-ls 4d.tol«.8d. .BACON-English, ls. per lb.-Irish, Is. j RICE-per bag-Patna, 4¿fi-Java,20s. j SPICES-per lb-Pepper, Sd -Cloves, 3* to 3s 9«1. I RAISINS-per lb-Cape, Gd-Smyrna, 8d. ** SALT PROVISIONS-Beef, £8 8s per tierce-Pork £6 15s* per barrel-Hamburgh, £6 5s. SALT-per ton-Liverpool, ...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

j SuYlaOïe stepping depart. ARRIVAL. j Nov. 20.-TIIP schooner John Pirie, Î06 tons, Henry Hay, command r, trom Sidney, October 24»b with sundries. Passengers-Messrs Pringle, Squi:es. Ariowsmith, and Turner. Nov. 25,-The Hero, from Singapore, with a ; general cargo. Nov.28.-The schooner Kate, from Sydney with a general cargo DEPARTURES. Nov. 17.-The barque Palmera. 465 tons. Capt. Brown, for Port Phillip «nd Sidney, with part of her original cargo and passengers, ¡ Same day.-The brig Skerne, ICO tons, Capt. Monro, for Sydmy, in ballest. Nov. IS.-The schooner Abeona. 9S tons, CapC Hawson, for Port Lincoln., with sundries, Nov. 19.-The surveying cutter M'acenciicft, 30 tons, to the southward, Nov. 20.-The schooner Minerva, 122 toBs,Capt Pritchard, for Launceston, in baHest. Nov.22.-The schooner Jane Flaxwan,2Q tons. Capt. Cow in, for Onkapann ;a. Same.day-The bri» Mary Mullaby, 178 tons, Capt. Hayne, for the Mauritius, in ballast. Same day-The schooner Victoria, 25 tons, Capt. Hutchiso...

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THE LATE LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

TB Cf. ATE LORB WfltlAW BENTINCK. His Lordship entered the army 37th Janoarr. 1791, -as an Ensign ¡a the Coldstream Guards. In 1792, he received fte King's leave to serve as a volunteer with the Prussian amy uofter the Bake of Brunswick, about to enter France : ba joined that army, bat im mediately relamed, the Dirke not permitting bin to serve. The 1st August JÍ7Q2, his lordship was ap pointed Captain in the Solté Greys, and OB 20th Feb. l79S. Captain in the lirtniragoons. In April, 1798 he accompanied bb regiment to Flanders, and was appointed' A-DjC- to lae Bake of York. He was at the battle of Faniara/ atege of Valenciennes and other aftairs. He returned to Çng|s^id>*hèn the army went into'winter quarters,' and accompanied Lord Moria as À.DC io the e^peditio^ ta the coast of France. In the spring, bnLordship refereed to'the Dakèof York's army, and remained ««til it again . went into winter quarters. The 21st Febnary, 1$Q4, he was appoin ted Major 38U foot ; ead 20tb March,: L...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, [?] ommisin [?] sum.---HOR. EP., [?]. 1, ep. 1, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

2n&e Southern Sugftaiian. I Quid verum atqite decent euro, et rogo, et omni s in htc sum.-Hon.. Iii'., liln 1, I, v ll. ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1839. SINCE the publication of our fast we have understood th it a mirri a ge v a-¡ performed by the Rev. U. DRUMMOND, the Pres byterian Clergy man, 011 Tuesday the 19th j instant. We .-linnie! have alluded to this event, had we bee» aware of if, in otu rcmaiks on »he necessity of a Registra tion Act. lt is, we believe, the first lime any other minister than an Episcopalian' has ventured tn this Colony to unite per sons in matrimony. It is, therefore, an important occurrence, leading the way, as we hope and expect it w*ill do, to univer í sa! freedom anti equality on this point. The necessity, however, for an Act such as that for which we contended, is not diminished by this event. It is regis tration, and uot the religious cêremony, nor any ceremony at all, tiiat consS il mes the civil legality of marriage. This is the ca...

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NEW ZEALAND AS IT IS—A PAGE FROM A FORTHCOMING PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

NEW ZEALAND A« TT IS-A PAGE FROM A fORTHCOMltiG PUBLICA TION. NEW ZEALAND is a peculiar country-peraltar and "*« persse"-ioTOany respects» peculiar in its climate, soil, and natural productions, but pre-eminently so inila inhabitants -and mode of '-Government. lt is widely different (rom any other, either ancjant^Dr modern; that vre have everaeen or read of, arid from a combination of many circumstances il mu6t remain so» A new «nd interesting espeirment is about being tried -there, or rather trying itself-colonization is going on without any internal laws, or without any encouragemeih-ot aid from say regular -constituted kingdom, coontry. or state. How far the experi ment may succeed, ire dare not yetfcretel--probably it may bring forth the Utopia which many have hitherto vainly and fondly dreamt of. At all events, it would not be cherishing too sanguine an ^-expecta tion, or hazarding too rash an opinion, to caf» it nt not unlikely that ere long it may advance more rapidly than Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

&otttfjero gUmtraltan Office, T1HBfollowing- are the «erras of (he " SOUTHERN 1 AUSTRAL1AN,°wM«* is publisbedevery Wednes *dày morning, at the Office, corner of Stejiheus-ulaoe, JLundle-street. Paies or THE PAPKR--ls., per number, pr ^2. per -annum paid in advance. Subscribers have their papers -sent to them if they desire it. ADTBRTISEHENTS.-6!ines and under [each Insertion] SB. 6d ; above 6 lines, 3d. per line-Advertisements cannot be received later than * o'clock on Tuesday; «nd orders to discontinue Advertisements already io» -serted, most be sent to the office before 3 oVIock on Monday, or they cannot be attended, to. Advertise. «neats must be marked the number of times they are to be . inserted r they will be continued until conuter« «nan <*ed. All Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid dr in advance. ? For Bombay, CALLING AT COLOMBO, THE fine ship RECOVERY, Teos. _ JöHKSON,Commander. This ship has a large poop, and is in «very respect a first-rate pa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

BIRTH.— On Thursday the 21st instant, the lady of ALFRED HARDY, Esq., of a son. BIRTH.— On the 16th instant, the Lady of Robert Tod, Esq., late of South Australia, of a daughter. Sydney Monitor Oct. 21.   MARRIED.— On Tuesday the 19th instant, by the Rev. R. DRUMMOND, Presbyterian Clergyman, ANDREW BIRRELL, Esq., Hindley-street,to AGNES, eldest daughter of JAMES GUNYON, Esq., of New Abbey, Dumfrieshire.

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THE BEDCHAMBER PLOT OR GUYFAWKES PARODIED. TONE—"Bow--wow--wow." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

THE BEDCHAMBER PLOT, OR GUY   FAWKES PARODIED. TONE——"Bow-wow-wow." I sing a Palace PEELodrama, how Peel, that prince of Sinisters. Had robb'd the Queen of all her Maids, as well as all her Ministers;   That is, he WOULD HAVE done the Queen, and folks won't soon forget him,           His will was good to do the deed—that is—if she'd ha' let him. Tow row row. From Privy Gardens forth he far'd, and STORY'S Gate preferr'd, Sir, So did he stalk through Bird Cage walk, to cage the Royal Bird, Sir, That is, he WOULD HAVE come that way to perpe- trate his malice. Only he took the shorter cut, through the Horse Guards to the Palace. Tow row row. His comrogues next he call'd to meet in witching time of night, Sir, Resolv'd clench the thing complete as soon as 'twas daylight, Sir,   That is, he WOULD HAVE done the job, and solely was prevented, 'Cause—when his plot to book was brought, he'd...

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AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

AGENTS for THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.     Londons: Messrs. Tinkler & Handcock, S.A. Agency Office, 3 Austin Friars, and 17, St. Dunstan's Hill. Man- chester: "The Guardian" Office. Leeds: The Mer-   cury" Office, and S. Heald, Esq., Surgeon, 87 Kurkgate. Hull: Mr. James Purdon, Bookseller, Market-place. Liverpool: "The Liverpool Journal" Office, Castle-       street. Bristol: Mr. James Philip, Bookseller, Clare street. Glasgow: "The Argus" Office. Edinburgh:   Messrs. W. & H. Chambers, Dublin: Messrs. Johnson   and Co, Eden Quay.         HOBART TOWN: J. C. Macdougall, Esq., "Times"     Office. Launceston: H. Dowling, Esq., "Advertiser" Office.     PORT ADELAIDE: Mr. John Newman.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

&aU* iít> public Unction. ?-: Sale Postponed. IN consequence of an I nj unction from the Suprême Court, liie Sate of the propel ty belonging to J. H. Fisher, E>q" advertised as to take place-on Thurs day next, Ú in the mean time postponed titi further, notice be given. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Mr. J. Richardson, OnTh'irsday next. November i8, at 12 o'clock pre« cisely.'at his tooms, corner of King William street, positively unreserved - primp condition. AFEW tons of fine Rice 4 ton? of fine Mauritius Sugar 10 cwt. o! Cocoa Nut (Jil 2 cases of Stone Hine 30 hhds. nf London Porter, sound and good condition 4 barrels ot Fitch 25 bushels of fine Maize An excellent Stove Chairs, Bedsteads Bason stands, &c. And a quantify of other articles. AFTFit wnicn wrtx BE SOÎ.D For the benefit of the Underwriters, An excellent G IG, quite new, but slightly damaged, with lamps, &c To Butchers, Farmers, and- others» EXTENSIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE OF CATTLE. TO BE S...

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