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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 November 1839

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.--His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct that the follow- ing table of the latitudes and longitudes of several places in the eastern seas, furnished by Sir GORDON BREMER, Captain of H. M. S. Alligator, be pub- lished for general information: Lizard Island (Torres Straits), watering place-- Latitude 14° 41'36"S. ; longitude 145° 27*42" E.; variation, 5 tl. DHU, (custom house)-Latitude 8°35*S. ; lon gitude 125° 40* 55" E.; variation, 0 24. Dobbo Point (harbour)-Lati'ude 5° 45* 45" S. ; longitude 134° ieO* 10" E. ; variation. 3 30. Olitiet (Timor Laut)-Latitude 7° 54* 46" S. j longitude 131°2p/33" E. Ki Donia (Ki Islands)-Latitude 6° 33* 40" S., Longitude 132" 55' E. Ki JsWs (N.extieme)-Latitude 5° 15'20" S.; Longitude 133» 16* E. Vardate (N.E. extreme)-Latitude 6a 55' S. ; longitude 132° 5' E. Port Essington-Point Smith, east entrance, lati tude IIo 5'50"S.; longitude 152°! I' 42" E.; va riation 1 16. Pier Head, Victoria, latitude...

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

ADELAIDE RACES. JANUARY 1st 1840. Firtt Day. SWEEPSTAKES, Ten Guinea* each, with Fif teen Guineas added bj the Turf Club--~ Subscribers, Best of heats-one and a half niles, f 3- year olds.... Sst 61b J 5-year olds.... "lOst 21b 4 jear olds.... 9»t6lb j 6 yr old Sc aged lOst 7 b Mares and Geldings allowed 31b. Three to start or no race. Ladies' Parse-Twenty-five Guineas. Best of heats-two-mile course. 3 year olds .... Sst 61b j 5 year olds .... 10.«t 21b 4- year o!ds .... 9st 9Jb J 6 yr olds & aped lOst 71b Gentlemen Riders. Mares and Gelding« allowed 31b. Sienna* Day. Town Plate-Fifty Guineas. Best of beats-two miles and a distance. 3-year olds .... 8st 61b j 5 year olds .... lust 21b 3- year olds ,...9st 61b | 6-jr old« & a*ed lOst 71b Mares and Geldings allowed 31b.-Winuer of Ladies' Purse to carry 71b extra. Subscription Purse-Forty Guineas. Post Ent rance. Best of beats-two-roi'e course. 3 }earolds_8si6lb | 5-year olds . .. lOst 21b 4- j ear olds .... 9st 61b , 6...

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JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Friday November, 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

JOURNAL OF THC PROCEEDINGS OF TBE COUNCIL* Friday November, 15. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Secretary, the Advocate general, and the Surveyor-general. The amended Bill for regulating the Licensing the Auctioneers was brought up from committee anil read. The rate of payment for each licence was raised from £15 to £5 >, and ail that of the original Bill which related to the duty proposed to be levied on property sold by auction was expunged. The Bill for extending the privileges of British subj eels to-certain Germans was read a second time. The Bill to prevent persons from suffering entire horses tb run at large was read a second lime and amended. Adj ourned. Tuesday November 19. The Council met at ten o'clock. Present-ff is Excellency the Governor, the Co lonial Secretary, the Surveyor general, the Assistant Commissioner. Tb« Colonial Secretary, on behalf of the Commit* lee appointed on the 12ld inst, lo confer with the Chambe...

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The Southern Australian. Quid perum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

ÜT|e Southern &utilraltau. Quid verum atque decent-euro, et rogo, et omni* in Hue «»m.-»Hon. BP., Hb. 1, ep. |, v ll. ADELAIDE : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4,1839. W E noticed the week before' last that a meeting had been held by parties interest ed in die safe delivery of goods at the port, to consider of some means to reme dy the wretched state of things there. This meeting seems to have arisen in great measure from the decision t» the late case of Fratrie JohnsoiK . A deputation was. appointed to lay the resolutions of the -meeting before fîi s Excellency. Those; resolutions were to the .effect, that it was expedient that a Government Wharfinger should be appointed to take charge of ami to be responsible for all goods landed at the Whaif, &c. &c, and that His Excel lency should be requested to appoint a ct : tain number of merchants and others to determine the proper place of landing goods above the high water mark. These resolutions were laid befóte Bis Excellen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

&aks i>£ ^ubltc Statiion. 7b Hbf«/ keepers, Wine Merchants, Sur" veyors,*Captains of Ships, §c. Bentham & Co., Are insuneled to ofter to public -competition, THIS BAY, Wednesday, DecemVer 4th, at IS o'clock, AN unexceptionable assortment of SUPERIOR WIN ES, of the first vintages. And a few choice SURVEYING and MATHE MATICAL INSTRUMENTS, CHRONOME TER, QUADRANT, &c. *? ' Lot I- O oe quarter cash old Port Lot 2-One ditto Lot 3-One ditto Lots 4 to 23-Twenty hhds. of superior Cape Madeira Lots 24 to 43-Twenty 4-dozen cases delicate Dry Lisbon Lot 44-A superior Tent, thirteen feet square Lot 45-An excellant Sextant Lot 46-Ditto Lot 47-A Quadrant Lot 48-A Chronometer by Tobias. Lot 49-A case of Mathe waticàîinstruinents WEEKLY SALE OF LAND AND HOUSES (By Ñ, Bentham & Co., Every Friday, at their Rooms.Hindley-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. fin HE great disadvantages New Comers and others experience in the purchasing of .Land, has induced BENTH AM <&...

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE   LADY LILFORD, ship, 595 tons, from Liverpool. Agents-Chas. Beck and Co. RECOVERY, 483 tons, from London ANNA ROBERTSON, 468, tons from London discharging. CATHERINE STEWARD FORBES, barque 500 tons, from Hobart Town. EXPORTER, barque 215 tons, from Sydney       preparing to discharging cargo. Agent—Cap.     Walker.   PLEIADES, 200 tons, from Lombok—dis-barging SINGAPORE, barque, 303 tons, from London discharging cargo. Agent-John Morphett. HERO, barque 160 tons, from Singapore-discharg- ing cargo. Agent—Mr. Moffat. LADY EMMA, barque, 135 tons, from Launceston —discharging cargo—returns immediately. Agent     —Capt. Walker.   TRUELOVE, schooner, 133 tons, from New Zea- land—discharging cargo. Agent—Capt. Walker. JOHN PIRIE, schooner, 106 tons from Syd- ney—discharging cargo Agents—South Aus- tralian Company. ELIZABETH, schooner, 1...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

BIRTH.— On Saturday the 26th instant, the lady of Nathaniel Hailes, Esq., of North Adelaide of a daughter. On Sunday last, the 24th instant, Mrs Duncan, widow of the late James Duncan, of a son.   DIED.— At Melbourne, Port Phillip, on Monday 30th September last, after an illness of two years duration, aged 32 years, Mrs Alicia Eagar, wife of Mr. Eagar, Printer, Adelaide, South Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

Tf^HÈf<4IovW«re tb« terms of the " SOUTHERN *. ÄUST-R AIJI AN,'T*l»ich is published every Wednes day moraingCm the Office, corner of Sten"heus-»lace, ffiirigljri strrrti "' ai " - -- -«toK0FTHBl»ArE».*T-l*«. per number, or^jßi. per «3^10 luúd in advance. So^cribers have âkeir papers sesrtibr t&emilf they désirent. ' . ApyBaTi^btEKTs.-6lines and vader [each insertion] .Ss.^d =s above 6 lines, 3d». oertine---Ad»ertisements * t pe received later than ? o'clock *>n Tuesday ; dèrs to discontinue JLdvertisemeafcst already w «ertédCtoast be sent to the offlee beftréöTslock on Monday.^ therfcanriot be attended Adyertise inents tniut be mArhed thenumber of times thes^rej '?to be insertedjOr they will l>e continued untU counter- j xnamiedt * - ..rf nsana^dverlisementii roust be paid»! -, For Bombay, ' . # CALLING ÀT COLOMBO. THE fine ship RECOVERY, Thos. Johnson, Commander. This ship has a large poop, and is in every respect a first-rate passenger ship. Apply to Capta...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

I a&flaíor £1Í¡W'M Satori, j ARRIVAL. . s J Nov, 26-The cutter Alice, 30 toni, from' Port L^ecofn. with wool and dried fish. Passenger Capt. Porter. No». 27.-The barque Lady Emma, 135 tons, Thon»* Buckland, commander, from Launceston, with 17 horses, 50 tons, floor, and sundries. Nor. 27,-The schooner Elisabeth, 100 tons. Edward Back commander, from Port Leschenault 2d October, and Fremantle 30th October, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs. Woods, Mr. Vaugham, and Mr. Anslow. NOT. 28-The schooner Victoria,,, 25 tons. Hutchison, commander, frcm Kangaroo -Island with Comj»any*s stores. » Nor. 28.-The surveying cotter Waterwitch, 30 tons, from Encounter Bay. DEPARTURES. Nov. ?8-The barqoe Superb, 632 tons. Capt. Shannon, for Port Phillip »nd Sj doe jr, with part of her orizinal cargo and passengers. Nov. 28-The barque Dumfries. 468 lons, Capt. Thompson, for the East Indies, in ballast. . .The Dorset left on Sondayv for Adelaide «ia Port Phillip.-Australian Oct. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 December 1839

To SheépiwneTi &Others. ^ nfiO BE DISPOSED of, thai Elegant Jb VILLA. RESIDENCE on South Ter race the property, of Ma. RODWELL, together with half an acre of land. The âbove residence is replete with every comfort thal convenience or luxury can suggest, no expence having beeta spared by the proprietor to render it suitable to a family of »he highest respectability. It con sists of handsome, drawing and dining rooms, two best bed rooms; kitchen, large cellar, and two servant's rooms; and is surrounded by a verandah upwards of eighty feet in length. There ts a well of excellent water on the premises ; as also stabling, outhouses, &c. The garden ia tastefully laid out, and well stocked with fruit trees, many of winch are now in full bearing. yrhe proprietor of the above being about fo visit England, fe willing to take Sheep or Stock in part paymenf, or to the full amount. ? Apply to MR. RODWELL, on the premises. To Sell or Let. fjflHE eastern half of ACRE No. 741. North...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ M. d Ale-Dunbar's,perdozen.. IB 0 te 1 0 0 London, per hhd. .. 9 0 0 lo O O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 10 0 O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce..... 6 0 0 ..BOO fresh, lb.- 8} - 9 Butter.fresh, lb. 2 0.. 3 9 salt, do. 19.. 2 Q Coffee, lb. ll 10. Candles, moulds, lb. 13 ia wax, do., 4 0«. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 9 Cheese, English, lb....... 1 6 2 O Deals, per foot. IO .. 1 4 Flour,colonial,per 100 lbs. 2 10 0 .. SOO Hams, per lb. 12.. I 6 Hops, do. 16.. 2 0 Hay, peTton. 10 0 0 .. 16 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,........ 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. 8| .. 9 Oil. sperm, per gallon. 16 0 black, do. .... 2 6..,, 3 1 Porter, per dozen. 18 0 .. 1 0 Q London, hhd. .... 7 0 0 .. 8 0 O colonial, do. 5 0 0.. 6 0 o Pork, per barrel. 0 0 0 .. 7 7 0 Potatoes, per ton,. 15 0 0 .. 30 0 O Rice, per cwt.. 10 0 ' 15 >0 Soap, English, per lb. 7.. 0 Spirits in bond-Brandy. . 10 O .;. ...

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V. D. LAND EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

I V. O. LAND EXTRACTS. j - On Friday afternoon the highly respectable Society of the Wesieyaus coininemorait d their Cen tenary Meeline, in tb« new chapel io Melville street. On that occasion, above 250 persons took tea, and nearly 40 > were present in the course of the ewe-inj». The chapel which was very tastefully decorated with festoons of flowers icc., was christened the '* The Wesleyan-Centenary Chapel/' and the greatest har mony and good will prevailed amongst all present. The Collections made in commemiùoralion of this festival will amount «t iiomeend abroad, to £300,000 ; towards wbich Sydney has contributed £15.000 ; Adelaide £500 [600] ,* Port Phillip: Launces'on £1000 ; and Hobart Town only £500. It mast be maller of just surprise to many, why the subscrip tion in the capital are so low.- Colonial Times. - Amongst our English news, we have omitted tn mention, that a British squadron is to be sent out to this hemisphere, for the Australasion Colonies. We have elsewhere ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

Soutient SuataOtan öfftee. . ^T«HE following are the terms of tte "SOUTHER ' * AUSTRALIAN,'' which is published every Than -day moraine* attke Office,corner of Stephen*'?1*0 . Handle street. Ä * Pu» «r m PtriK'**«lk per «mallet, *\r pt . annum paid id advance. Subscribers have thew i«pei .". sent td. them if ihey dealre it. A D'VURTI*ESW v9a .-6!ines and ander Teach insertioi " S».Bd $ ahove Clines, Sd. per line-Advertisemenl _ cannot lie received later than* oVIocJpeoWednesday * aJM orders to discontinue Advertisements already in * serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock 01 .^fUieadaV. or they caunpt be attenrted ¿0. Advertise r tnjsjits saust toe marked, the number of times they ar 4p"b» inserted* or they irlll be continued until counter . tasante*. .. \ .? JO! SubscrlpHoas and Advertisements most Be; fan ?sf in advance. _^--^^-^^================ For Bombay. / CÀ.LLING AT COLOMBO.; ÄTHE fine ship RECOVERY, Taos JonKSON.Commander. * This ship has a large poop.^and is ih...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

Sldcla&t Siivatftg ISffitt. I I A%ftlVÀL. j IMC. ti,- iee brig Doutt, SO toña, Robertson commander, fron Sydney «ad Port Phillip, «¡th a cargo of sundries. Dec 9.-Tao brig Porter, from Hobart Town. Dec.9.-The ship Parkßild, from Sydney, via Port Phillip. DEC 8-The brig Rapid, Hart, from Launceston and Portland Bay, with ?50 sheep and 6 horses. DEC ll-The barque Chrütina, Bell, from Syd ney, 21st nit, with a general cargo. Passengers, Mr. Galloway and Mr. Kecbney. DEt>ARfDRÉS. % Deo. 4.-The schooner Kate, 62 tons, Captain Birkenshaw, for Sydney in ballast and with prisoners. Dee. 9.-The ship Recovery, 483 tons. Capt. Johnson, for Port Lincoln and East Indies. Dec. 0.-The harqne Anna Robertton, 448 tons. Cant. Monro, for India. Dee. 9.-Tho ship LOHM Lilford, 595 tons. Capt. Keravatb, for Hobart Town, Sydney and Mew Zealand. Dec. 9.-Tho torque Pleiades, 460 tons. Capt. Berg, for Java, in ballast. Dec. 9.-The schooner Truelove' Captain Coul ton, for Few Zealand, calling mt Po...

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THE LATE LIEUT. GEN JOHN ELLEY K.C B., K.C.H. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

THE LATE LIEUT. GEN JOHN ELLEY, K.C B., K.C.N. THIS truly gallant veteran of a hundred battles ex-     pired on the 23d of last month, at his seat, Ampton House, Andover, Hants, at the age of 75, having been born on the 9th January. 1794. It may indeed be   said of Sir John, that of the brave he was one of the   bravest, for never yet did solder deal out heavier b'ows on the foes of his country than did this gallant warrior, He was born in Leeds, in Yorkshire, his   father being a respectable paper-manufacturer of that town, who gave his son a good education, and placed him with a solicitor, in Furnival's Inn, Holborn, where be completed the term of his articles. He was returning to his native town. when, on passing through Northampton, he first saw the Blues on parade in the market-place of that town ; he was so much struck   with their very noble appearance, that (never having any great relish for the la...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

    DIED.— Thomas Henty, Esq., on Saturday, the 25th October on his estate, at Cornwall, Van Diemen's   Land, aged 65 years.

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atquc decens curo, et rogo, et oimnisin hoc surh.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v II. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

&$e Southern &tmtraitam Quid verum atque decens cure, et rege, et omnis in hob «itfh.-Uoa. Er., lib. l,*p. I, ? ll. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12,1839. OUR readers will learn with pleasure that a requisition to the Sheriff of the Colony has been signed by numerous and influential parties, to call a meeting for the purpose of adopting and sending to the authorities at home a memorial on the subjects of Taxation and the Legislative Council. It is manifest that many of our fel- low-Colonists fully share the uneasiness we ourselves have expressed in our recent num- bers on these subjects. The objects proposed to be obtained by the Requisitionists are- that the Legislative Council may be extended with non official members-and that the expense of the Survey Department may not fall upon the Colonists in the shape of Taxation. This is as it should be, and we hope that the memorial will be signed by the whole of our population having a stake in the welfare of the Colony. I...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

VARIETIES. I A SUBSTITUTE FOR STEAM.-It ha« been stated in the leading publie prints, that a Greek at Corfu, has discovered a substitute for steam in propelling vessels, carriages Acc. It is said be accomplishes ibis by a compression of the air. INSTANTANEOUS GINGER BEER.-Fill a bottle «iib pure cold water, then have a cock ready to fit it, aeso m st ling or wire to lie it down with, and a mallet to drive the cork, so that no time may be lost; now pot into bottle sugar to your taste (syrup is better), and a tea-spoonful of good powdered ginger ; shake it well, then add the sixth part of an ounce of supercarbonate of soda, cork rapidly and down shake tbe bottle well, cut the string the cork will fly -then drink Ringer beer. FEMALE INHUENCB.-Unless our women be brought op in modest, and with industrióos and re ligious habits, it is in vain that we educate the men. It is they who keep the character of mea at its proper elevation.-Fetlenbtrg. TEA IN INDIA.-Account of the manufacture of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

.INNER TO -HIS «? EXCELLENCY THE _ J .. GOVBRNOR.on Saturday, the f 8th Decent "berí at haircut five for six o'clock. Tickets, two paireas each (not trans krable^to^obtoineâiwf ike following « SuD-eomtnirie í J . » John Moiphett, Esq., Chairman À. H. Davis John Knott J.H.Fisher Edward Stephens E. B. Gleeson George Stevenson J. B. Hack William Smillie John Hallett John Walker Esquires. ? _ _ Fort of Glenelg. ANumerous and respectable meeting of Colonists interested in the improvement of the landing 'place and approaches to the Capital of the Province, Vas held at the Court-house on Tuesday the 26th November. On the motten of Oataoad Gilles Esq., George; ^Stevenson, Esq., was called to thethatr. The Chairman briefly slated the objects ti the; "meeting, when ¡t was Proposed by Captain Alfred FfekJ seconded bj Ur. Koott.« That a Company be formed for the purpose of "constructing a Pier atad erecting Wharehouses at 'Glenelg, with a capital of two thousand pounds, with power to increase-,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 December 1839

Sa!** b» public ^faction. -H» "THIS DAY, THURSDAY, Dec. 12 by Bentham ?& Co, THE remainder of the stock, advertised for yesterday. Catalogues may be had at the auctioneers. EARTHENWARE. N, Bentham & Co« WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Thursday the December 12, at their Rooms HimHey street. AN Elegant Dinner Service Breakfast, Tea, and Toilet Service ; Decantéis, T umblers, Wine glasses &c. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. See Catalogue. BOOKS. ~ Bentham & Co. WILL offer a CHOICE LIBRARY, gg*of 100 volumes, the property of gen tlemen leaving the colony, at their rooms, on Thursday next, December 12._ WEEKLY SALE OF LAND AND HOUSES By N, Bentham & Co., Every Friday, at their Rooms Itindley-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. THE 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 ...

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