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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

9VYISÍUY Sítpptng Heporr. ARRIVALS. I t>*ß ll-^TIu» -JUriy JUoW«, iOZ tons, J. B. Simpson, commander, from New Zealand, with a cargo consisting principally of timber. Dec 16-The Caroline, 350 tons. Williams, from plymouth 17tb Joly, and tbe Cape 13th October, «¡th a general cargo-19 cabin passengers, 16 in termediate, and 45 steerage-C. Beck and Co. Agents* Dec. 19.^-17* Ducaesf of Northumberland, 650 tons, Geare, from London 5tb Augast, with a general cargo-ll cabin and 350 steerage passengers C. Beck & Co. Agents. DEPARTURES. Deo 12-The ship Recovery, 483 tons, captain Johnson, for Port lincoln, with stock. Dec, 16-The Rapid, for Launceston. »-?-' The Cleveland sailed front London for this port on the 24th Joly. The William Barratt sailed from London (we named Liverpool in mistake last week) prior to the Caroline for thia port. The Branken Moor waa to sail on the 10th and the ilfoyaft on the 15th Aug. for this Port, from London. The John was advertised for the lat, the ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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To the Editor of the Southern Australian, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

To the Editor of the Southern Australian, Sin,-Having been now enabled te open the Depot for Bibles and religions tracts, I shall be accordingly obliged if yon will insert in yonr paper the substance of the following remarks, either in your own form, or by copying this letter, as yon may judge proper. The advertisement you have already in your columns. The great object I had in view in leaving Eng. land for this country, apart from the re-establishment of my health, was to promote religions knowledge and feeling amongst the colonists. In conformity with this object, I obtained for general purposes a grant of Bibles from the British and Foreign Bible Society, and one of tracts and childrens' books from tne Religious Tract Society. The secretary of the latter society engaged me to correspond with bim in reference to the circulation of religions knowledge here, and proposed that with à view to tbe ultim ate formation of a tract society, a Dépôt should be formed as soon as possible. On ...

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THE LATE COLONEL, LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

THE LATE COLONE!, LIGHT. MB. BCLL has recently written to the Register. expressing his disapprobation of subscribing to erect a monument of respect to Colonel Lights and his wish that the money should be devoted to some public work, called after his name, and intended to relieve the capital from the odium tc which the choice of the Colonel has expvsed it. Is this honoring or dishonoring the name of the late Surveyor-General? We do not understand. The Committee are resolved to honor him, by adhering lo their original intention. This we do understand. It is simple and straightforward.

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ t. d Ale-Dunbar's,pfcrdozen.. IR O to 1 0 O London, per fahd. .. 9 0 0.. 10 0 O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 IO 0 0 Colonial, .. hud. .. 7 0 0 3 0 0 Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 8 0 0 fresh, lb. fl§ 9 Batter, fresh, lb. 2 0.. 2 9 salt, do. 19.. 2 0 CofTee.Ib. II- .... 1 6 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 19 wax, do. 4 0.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 © 0.. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,..... 6.. 9 Cheese, English, ib...^... 16.. 2 0 Deals, per foot,.... IO .. 14 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 2 10 0 .. 3 0 o Hams, per lb. 12.. 16 Hops, do..16.. 2 0 Hay, per ton,..... 10 0 0 .. 16 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maiee, per bushel,. 12 0 .. 16 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. 8£ .. 9 Oil,sperm,per gallon,.... .. 15 0 black, do. .... 2 6.. 3 1 Porter, per dozen,. 18 0 .. 1 0 0 Pork, per barrel .-.. 6 0 0 .. 7 7 0 Potatoes, per ton,_ .. 15 0 0 .. 30 0 0 Rice, per cwt... 10 0 15 0 ADELAIDE : Printed and Públisned by ¿be Proprietor ARCHIBALD MACDODSAXL, a« the Office of Hie Southern Austr...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

To the Editor of the Southern 'Australian, SIR.-There has been a long and loud complaint against the Colonists for their want of industry in the cultivation of the soil,-by which a. deal of capital ' is drained out of the Colony for articles which we may grow abundantly ourselves. These complaints have been louder by these.who knew least and do least to remedy the evil-an evil.which happily now is in a fair way of being corrected, as the favorable seasons we have experienced have .riven much encouragement, consequently much preparation is now making against next seed-time. But there are other means of . draining capital which we would do well to tarn our attention to and endeavour to stop-we pay ont of the Colony freights, insurance, and banking companies, all of which it would be well if the . Colonists would endeavour to serve themselves with. I am glad to see that the article of Insurance is likely to be accomplished here by the formation of a respectable Insurance Company, which...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

&outí)ern Australian Office. rpHE following are the terms of the " SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN," which is published every Thurs «ay morning', at the Office, corner of Stephens-place. Randie-street. 1 PRICE OF THU PAPER. -ls- per number, or per annum paid in advance. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if tbey desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS.-ßlines and under [each insertion] Ss. 6d ; above Clines, 3d. per line --Advertisements cannot be received later than * o'clock on Wednesday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already in serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Tuesday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertise ments must be marked the.- number of times tbey are to be inserted, or they will be continued until counter manded. AU Subscriptions and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. For Hokianga Direct, To_ sail in a feto days TH £ tarqjié .EXPORTER, 300 tons, _, RICHARD AKWYL, Master. This vessel is ready for sea, and will positively sail -for the abo...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decena curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib.1, ep. 1, v. II. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19,1839. THE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

2Tije Southern Eustraltatt. Quid verum atque decena euro, etrogotetotimi»in hoe sum.-Hon. Ep., Iib.1, ep. 1, v- ll. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19,1839. THE ^PUBLIC MEETING. WE beg to remind our readers that the public meeting to memorialize /he home government for the extension of our Council, takes place to day at 3 o'clock at the Court House. WE have received English papers to the 5th August by the recent arrivals, but we are com« pelted to postpone a notice of their contents until our next. IT is exceedingly gratifying to us to find th at the projected Insurance Company is in the fairest way to be established, one third of the shares being already disposed of. It really appears to us in several poi ti ts of view one of the most important things which have taken place within the Colony. It is only the second public join ts tock company which has been form ed of Colonists themselves, the Cattle Company being the first. We are much indebted to the South Australian Com pany. Many ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

ORIGINA!» CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. J Sin,-The subjects about to be discussed at the Public {Meering on Thursday next are important ; aad the expression of the opinion of the colonists upon them if it be general, and unanimous,is likely to he of consequence. But it will be essential to the success of any memorial which the meeting m%y de cide upon addressing lo the authorities at home, that it should be based upon correct principles; and not Midi as may cause its failure (brough their -own in* lièrent fallacy and weakness. As far as I can gather from the Requisition it seems intended that tho prayer of the memorial shall he, first;-that the Colonists be relieved from the ex penses of the survey : and, secondly, that the Legis lative Council be extended by the introduction of in dividuals not holding office or under official iafluence. lt is not my intention to trespass upon you by dis cussing the second of these topics. I believe there are none who do...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR, - Have not the gentlemen who have issued the advertisement respecting the dinner on the 28th, com-   mitted an oversight. The resolutions hold forth the   idea that the dinner is to be given to His Excellency,   and make it dependent on his return whether it shall be held on the day fixed, or postponed. And yet they profess that it is intended to commemorate the opening of the Colony. Is not this a strange confounding of   ideas? If we are to keep the anniversary of the     opening of the Colony, is not this an object sufficiently distinct and important to keep its own place and stand in its own right? How are we to know whether we are celebrating the establishment of this Province or not, if, whether His Excellency return or not, we do not resolve to have a public dinner on the day. As to inviting His Excellency to be present, that is altogether another quest...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

BIRTH.— On Sunday last the 15th instant, the Lady of H. WATSON, Esq., of a daughter. DIED.— On Monday last, Mr. R. COCK, Sen. of Rosina Street, aged 63.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

To the Christian Public; THE BIBLE and Tract Depot in Pine soreet, is now open. Bibles and the Tract Society's publications for children, are sold at the English prices. Friends to the circulation of religous knowledge are informed that they may have theSociety'sTractsgra/is, fordisiribu tion, if they will apply at the Depot. WANTED, as Clerk, an active young man who can write a good -Itaad. and give unexcep tionable references as to character. j Apply to J RICHARDSON, Auctioneer. Desirable Investment. JRICHARDSON has the honor to announce j » to the public, that he has been instructed by the proprietor, to dispose of by private contract, two j of the most valuable Preliminary Sections ia the Province - No 251 and 252. These two beautiful sections are delightfully situated within one mile of j the City of Adelaide, and command a most splendid view of the mountains. The soil is of the roost fer- j tile diecription, being a fine black loam perfectly j adapted for farmers, stockholders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 19 December 1839

£afeft % 9uWt Auction. ? .-? . At Port Adelaide, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham & Co, - t ÖN THURSDAY next, at twelve o'clock, at Port -Adelaide- - QUARTERING, inch and half-inch hoards, battens, shingles, laths, hair,-sperm oil, tum one quarter cask of brandy. WEEKLY SALE OF LAND AND HOUSES By N. Bentham «fe Co., Every Friday, at their Rooms Hindley-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. T" IHE great disadvantages New Comers and ethers experience in the purchasing of Tand, has induced BENTHAM 8t Co. to establish regular Sales, thus ensuring to buyer» (new ar rivals in particular) an opportunity pf purchas ing at the REAL market value,-and to parties celling, a fair compétition for their property. - For : particulars of next Friday's Sale see ad vertisement below. Genuine Stockhvithcut reserve. TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC.AUCTION By Bentham «fe Co., _ On Saturday Evening, at 6 o'clock, at their * Rooms "litnaiey-sireer A N immense variety of ironmongery, tools frying-pans, gridirons, saucepa...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. J £ s. d. £ ». d Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 18 O lo 1 O London, per hhd.., 9 fl O .. W O O Ashby's, per barrel9 O O .. IO O O Colcial, .. hhd. .. 7 O O.. 3 0 O Beef, per tierce. 6 O O'..-8' O O fresh, lb. 8| .. 9 Butter, fresh, lb. 2 O .. 2 9 salt, do. 19.. 2 0 Coffee,lb_. Il .. . 16 Candles, moulds, lb. 1 3 19 wax, do....... 4 0 .. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tua,.- 4 ? Ó ... 5 Ô 0 Cedar, per foot,.. 6 .. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 1 6 2 a Deals, per foot,. IO.* 1 ,4 Floor,colonial,per 100 lbs. 2 10 0 ... 3 0 0 Hams, per lb. I 2... 1 6 Hops, do. ......,16;,. 2f O Hay, per too........ _JO.-O 6 16 O -O Iron, do.18 O ' 0 20 0 ,0 Maize,per bushel,-.'. 12 p .. 16 .0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ..j., . 8§ ~.! » Oil,sperm,per gallon,.. .. . 15 O - black, 46. -26.-.. 31 Porter, per dozen......... . J& . O t- P O Pork, per barrel. . i. 6 -nQ-.-rA .7 7, ® Potatoes,nerton,. 15; " 30 0 0 Rice, percwt............ 10.0 15-0 Soap, English, per lb. .. .. 7 .,0 Spirits in bond-Brandy....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We regtet that tee have been compelled\Jram usant of . room, to omit the communicati ~nof"A B," and the ** Proposal toestabli-h a Benevolent Society." We shall have pleasure in attewUng to them next veek. Several other articles are also omitted for the same reason.

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens cure, et vogo, et omnisin hoc sum.---HOR. EP.,lib. 1, ep. I, v. II. ADEIAIDE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

Quid verum atque deeens curé, et rogo, el omni* in Ame ««m.-Hoa. Er., lib. I, ep. I, v -11. " -" '? ADEIAIDE: TBTJÄSDAX,DfcCEMBE* 86,1839. WE are now arrived at the close of another year's labours. In looking back, we cannot bût be «track with the- amazing progress of our colony -in looking forward, we-most express our hope that not only general prosperity will attend our steps, but that the same harmony will be manifest among our colopists. " Union is strength." The welfare of this colony must be based on union. The success of the past is the promise of the future ; and there is no doubt, .that if we strive, together oar endeavours will be crowned with an abundant re ward. With the greatest cordiality then we wish our fellow colonists " a happy new year;" aod we maj venture to promise, that as far as our ability shall continue, we will always endeavour to promote their well-being. CHRISTMAS! Well, we are arrived at Christmas, the season of our youthful merriment and joy,-the antici...

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THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

THE GOVERNOR. IT is with the deepest anxiety we announce that on tuesday despatches were received from His Excellency, intimating that at the time they were sent off His Excellen cy's party were reduced to the greatest ex* tremity by want of provisions. They were at the western bend of the Murray. Five of the horses bad died from exhaustion in penetrating the scrub. A young gent'e man attached to the Governor's suite, a Mr.Bryant, bad also been lost in ibe scrub. Tl seems thai ílis^ Exeeüerxy and .party were ondeavouring to force th«;ir wt^y through the dense forest of scrub on t?<e west of the Murray, a»d t hat after ha vinjf proceeded a onside;able way, they were forced* from nltrr rxhatislioiij io sit e H«I the attempt. Captain Snirt and Mr. Inman having returned to «lie Murray for water, H 's Excellency in hw anxiety for their return, exchanged horses with Mr. Bryant (whrtce hors© was comparatively fresh, and His Excellency's so knocked-» np MS to be unable to proceed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

Southern ^Ittßtraltatt Office. MnBBfoUoWîng-arç the terms of the " SOUTHERN ? AUSTRALIAN, * which is published ev«-ry Thttn äay ^morning, at the Office, tonier of Stepheus-place, ^iíéÉ W TBKFfc#*?«f*^fc. per number, cr ¿£2- per. «nnuin paid ïn advance, Subset ibers have their papers senttoWmif they desire it. ^ .. _ I AoT8itTr<niKKT».-elines and under [each insertion] j Sa. fidí i shove 6 lines, Sd. per line-Aavertïsements i cannbt beTecéived laterthan 4 o'clock oaWednesday ; . aud orders to discontinue Advertisements; already in serted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Tuesday, or they cannot be attended <o. Advertise ment nuwï be marked Renumber of time« they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until conuter *^f*ubscriptions and Advertisements must be paid for in advance. : For Hokianga Direct, To sail in a feto days' fpE barque EXPQRTER, 300 tons, _^^^IttcHAliD Master. This: ves^éîfs'réad'y for sea, and /will positively sail for the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. - Land at Fort Adelaide. TO BE SOLD, the whole or portions of tho valuable 80-acre sections E and ll, at li New Port. From section F a considerable ¡neon can be derived-by the supply of shipping in the ha bour with fresh water, being the only part in tl immediate neighbourhood where this necessary i 'life can be obtained. Section If forms part of the site designed by h Excellency ibe Governor, for the permanent town < Port Adelaide. The following words conclude h Excellency's address to the colonists on this sui ject: "Having convinced himself by close examination that the situation referred to is most peculiarly mart ed out by nature as the Port, aud that this free ac commercial country, nothing can long prevent il froi being there established." The following are extracts from the many lor articles in the South Australian Register, ou tl same subject : From No. 3S.-" About three miles below tl present Port,at the spot where a wide arm branch« off northwar...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

PUBLIC MEETING. 1 TJN Thuisday evening a public meeting, at «li all tbe leading colonists attended, was held at Court-house "for the purpose of considering propriety of addtessing a^ memorial to tbe pro authorities in Englecd in reference to the follow subjects, namely, le«. Tho «urvey System, s Taxation of the Colonists generally for tLeexpen connected therewith and. 2nd. a Non-official 1 tension of the C-eguilative Council." C. B, Newenham, H?q., being called to Ihe chi Mr Morphett rose to move the first resolution, doing so, be remained that the subjects for the ct sideration of which the meeting was convened,w of great importance. The motion he had to ma complained of the system under which the sun department had been hitherto conducted. The s v*»y at present does not carry out rite views-ofl Commissioners, and it does not give satisfaction the settlers. The Commissioners have always wi >ed that emigrants, on arriving in the colony, shot immediately have their choice *of land...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

MARRIED— On Wednesday the 25th instant, Mr. HENRY MORRINGE BOSWARVA to Miss EMMA   SUSANNA, eldest daughter of NICHOLAS FOGEL- STROM, Esq., Swedish and Norwegian Consul, Plymouth.

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