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

Tot London Direct. To Sail from Port Adelaide in four weeks. THE KATHERINE, STEWART j SEHE. FORBES, burthen 500 tons, ALFRED j FELL, Esq, commander, will sail for the above Port immediately on her retara from loading her oil at Encounter Bay. The abovt vessel has very superior accommo dation, and the whole of her dead weight being engaged, shippers of woolara requested to have it in readiness. Application to be made to CAPT, FELT, on board;at the South Australian Company's! Commercial Office ; orto HACK, WATSON, & CO. For Fort Lincoln, Hobart Town, AND NEW ZEALAND. THE brig PORTER-For freight or j passage apply to W.H. Poner. THE cutter ALICE will be a regular! - trader between Port Lincoln and Ade- j laide ; she has sailed for Port Lincoln, and may j be expected back in about ten days. For| freight or passage apply to Mr, Newman at j the Port. Dec, ld, 4839. For Sydney Direct. A Regular Trader, THE remarkable fast sailing brig j DORSET, J. ROBERTSON con mander, will sail fo...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]dclaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 December 1839

Sùclatôc pipping Keport. ARRIVALS.     Dec. 19.-The barque Cleveland, 400 tons, Wm. Marley, from London, with a general cargo. Passen   gers-Deputy Surveyor General Burr, and lady. Mr. Edkins, Capt- and Mrs. Davison, Mr. Aloubray. Sur geon Supt., and 130 emigrants. DEC.19-The batqueAJnjf»ri,820fons,Capt Gilbert from" London 26s h August, with 300 emigrants,and a generar cargo. Passenger-Mr. Casseifs. Dec. 20--The barque William lianruu, 272ton*, Capt. Norrie, from London 8ih July, with su dries* Passenger«-Messrs Jacob Hagen, Rodes Biddle, Samuel White, William White.. Fit-denck White, Samuel Band, Thomas Cordel, Mr. W. C. Bond and wife, Messrs AV. Duffield, James Simtnon«, M. Langer, and four in the steerage. Dec* 29.-The ship Delhi 306 lons. Captain Herbart, from Liverpool, with merchandise, ard 191 passengers. Dec. 23 -The barque Elisabeth Johanna from Dublin, with emigrants. Dec- 23*-The French whaler, Missippi. D c. 24- I Le Parkfield, fro...

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

Salt« fcg Subite Auction. WEEKLY SÁLE OF LAND AND HOUSES By N, Bentham 6c Go., ¿Every Friday, at their Rooms Hindley-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. TpUE great disadvantages New Comers and *. others experience in the purchasing of Land, has induced BENTHAM & Co. to establish regular Sales, thus ensuring to buyers (ne» ar rivals in particular) an opportunity of purchas ing ixl the. BEAL market value,-and to parties selling, a fair competition for their property. Fer particulars of next Friday's Sale see ad-i vertiseroent below. LJÍACJX TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham «fe Co. On 'Friday next, December 27th, at their rooms Hindley street, at twelve o'clock LOT I. Building Lot in Currie street. Lot 2. Ditto ditto J .ot 3. Ditto ditto with large tavern Lot 4. Ditto, in Hawdon street with neat cottage. Lot 5 "Ditto ditto Lot 6. Ditto ditto ¿«ts 7 to 9 Three parts of Country Section No. 393, in lots of not less than 20 acres Lot IO. Eighty acre share in Brighton« Lot 11. Twelve acre bl...

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"The principles of a Free Constitution are irrecoverably lost when the Legislative power is nominated by the Executive." GIBBON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

t ; ? ? j *. Tb« principles vf a Free Comtitatioa «re ¡ne» j coveraulj lost when the legislative power bi nominated br the Execative." &- GIBSON. I Til E subjecjUÉMlie Memorial ought.we think, to bfpcept before the.public mind not only while it lies for sig nature, bujyafter it bàf beaj| forwarded to EnglatráfcWe with toreniind our readers» thafluis very day is the last they writ have affíOp'portuniíy of sign ing it, and that every loan who feels the slightest interest, ór who really pos sesses any stake in good Govern ment, ought to erirorace the present opportunity of shewing his concern. Tlifsubjectsofthe Memorial can hard ly at any- time become more urgent than at the present moment. Although we know that the Act of Fariianjeiit which constitutes this a British Co lony provides that our present system of Government shaftjnorte permanent, we feu{^eañd te^m^T. on Ute cou sin^ra^on of all, ih^jinalcaUble mis> cbief meyjfri^ mis goyernmen^i^ainst which we have no check. L...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Rogal South Australian Almanack and General Directory for 1840— THOMAS & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

TU fogal South Australia* ¿Immmmck mmd Gt neml Directer* jvr l&iO^ . THOMAS A Co. IT ¡a highly creatable ai oace io the editor and pablisbera aad to tho co» Joey itself, timi aoeh a poldicatioa a» ibis, coataatjaa .«.¿«fe «eefel atéttafr? «o»» oT whfca it U ao «My thia« to prépaie, should so soon have obtained j not only an existence, but aa annual circulating among us. In our younger ] days wa never thought of an almanack j but as the appropriate aliment of a j superstitious andi vitiated cast?« lt is1 only within a very few years that in England almanacks hate heeome what ] they ought to be. And here we are, in a colony only three years old, in the | remotes* region of the earth, not with a barbarous counterpart of ** Francis | Moore" on our table, but with an Al manack which would . do credit to any English publisher intent on furnish-] lng hts readers widi the most useful information. We shall not present our readers with ao analysis, as they are as well, ac quainted wit...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

Für remainder of advertisements, and other matter, see Supplement*

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Southern Australian. Qu[?]dverum dtque decent cure, et rage, et o[?] not sum,---HOR, Er., lib.1, ep. 1, v.11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

Quid rerun dtqne decent eura, et r*ge. et .«««". "oc *um.-Hoa. BP.; lib. 1, ep. 1, v- ll ADELAIDE: TacusDAr, JANUARY 2, 1840. WE hope that his Excellency wiH early fa vor the Colonists with an account of his re cent expedition. We believe, from all the remai ks which in our intercourse with the people of Adelaide we have heard relating to it, that thc impression is very strong and general that the expedition was an unneces sary one. If unnecessary it was improper on several accounts ; and nothing wiH prove its necessity but * statement of the benefits likely to result from it, and which could not have been secured by other and more appro priate means. It is one of the disadvantages of the com* binatrófi-nflhef&b "offices of Resident 'Commissioner and Governor in one per son, that tile latter cannot leave Adelaide without taking the former from his post. We " remember that the late Resident Commis sioner, when he once ventured to Encounter Bay, was rather severely handled, fo...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. d£ s. o*. £ ». d Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 18 O to 1 0 O London, per hhd. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 O Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 O 0 .. IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 0 0 3 0 © Beef, per tierce. 6 O O .. 8 O 9 fresh. Ib. .. 8$ .. 9 Butter, fresh, lb. 2 O .. 2 O salt, do. 19.. 2 0 Conee. lb...... ll .. 16 Candles, moulds, lb.« 13 19 wax, do. 4 0.. 4 O 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.. 14 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 2 10 O.. S O o Barns, per lb..... 12... 16 Hops, do. I 6 .. 2 0 Hay, perton. 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. .. .. 8J 0 O i I,^ pe rm, per gallon,.... .. 15 0 black, do. 2 6.. 3 1 Porter, per dozen,. 18 0 .. 1 0 O Pork, per barrel ........ 6 0 0 .. 7 y 0 Potatoes, per ton,..... .. 15 0 0 .. 30 0 0 Rice, per cwt...... 10 0 15 0 Soap» English, per lb. .... 7 .. 0 Spirits in bond-Brandy.. 10 0 ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

NEW SOUTH WALES. - By an advertisement in our paper of today, il it appears that a ne« Bank is in progress of formation to be called the "Sydney Bank" ¡he capital of which is to be £400,000, in £10 shares, a deposit . of £1 per share on subscribing, and a farther payaient of £ I per share every three months for the first year. I tis proposed to do business on a more liberal ¿ys'etn than ia pursued by some of the Sydney Banks, and we believe that most of the shares are already applied for.-Commercial Journal Nov. 9 POUTS AIT OF JOH» THOMAS WILSOV.-Mr. Öar- j , lew has gone to the expense of getting ap a tolerable | j faithful picture of this notorious auctioneer, OD a 1 larger scale than that published in the Gazette, and j ¡we think the likeness nearer to the original.-: Merchants and masters of vessels should supply. | themselves willi a few copies, the former to place iu j their counting houses aud the latter to take with^ them to the vaiious ports lo which they may be bound. ! -I...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

j. B flaring withdraw* hj* wwl&unicatiou it th* rea ion of itt not appearrtigihiiVbeek, Sntral articlos art compèlltd to ttand over.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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"THE GOVERNOR AND THE EXPLORING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

" ÏHE GOVERNOR AND XÜS EX^LORIKG " THE Soiilherh Australian of Thursday, favoured its readers with the following por tento u s an noun c eui c h t 'It is with lae deepest anxiety we an noonee that on Tuesday despatches were re ceived from His Excellency, intimating that i at the time they were seíit oíF His Excel*-1 lency's party nore reduced to the greatest' extremity by want of provisions. They were at the western bend of the Murray. Five cf thc horses hal died from exhaustion in penetrating the serub. A young gentleman attached to the G ovemor's suite, a Mr. Bryan, had also been lost in the scrub. It seems that His Excellency and party were endea vouring to force their way through the dense forest of scrub on the west of the Murray, and that, after having proceeded a consid erable way, they were force I -, from utter exhaustion, to give up tue attemtt, Captain Sturt and Mr. Inman having returned to the Murray for water, his Excellency, iii his anxiety for their return, exchanged ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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[?] Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

i «tttuif dWfpíiMj lífyott. I 1 ARBIVAL8. I Dec. 23«-The French barque "Justine," /rom* Sydney, with a cargo of sundries. Dec. 28.-The « St. Viactnr from Port St. Vincent. Dec* 26*-IVs Inwqne M James Hoftees*j 400 tens, Wau Johns, eommander^rom'Sin^ gspore> with a carga of sugar aoálnércltan dixe.-' *-?*" inriifütpi. '' Bey, LOUV& in^ , . t ... - i » . I

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Supplement to the Southern Australian, January 2, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

Supplement to ¿Ito Southern Australian, January í9 AMONG the many things which demand the immediate obtention of our Govern ment ts (he present condition of the Weights and'u&eesures used in the Cu 4*uy. There being, as we believe, nu Act to prevent fraud and collusion in Ihf suie ot the common articles of con sumption, nothing but .a sense of pro priety or a, dread o% Chjb'T consequences - of exposure operates to prevent trickery. »In this absence of legal standards f»r buying and selling, an honest man will feel thai too m ich is co r milted to him.: lt is. not enough for the upright man that the weights be uses were accurate wh=>n tj|ey came from England or from wine o4*er Colony-he would rather have them recognised a9such bete, and an honest tradesman ought not to have io compete with the frauds «hieb a dishonest one may practice with impu ni'v. In addition to this we think the rights of the public require some helter protection itt this respect than they at present p...

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To the Editor of the South Australian Record. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

To the Editor of the* South Auitrojym Ibiyra*. Sh,~-I observe; ia jour ntiiabcr for ls*t saoalh, one of jowl? eorteapoiioeota, X. Z., reoomowoa^og; the eiteotioa of «oar Australian ajrtieoUorísU te fS^c^lívmtienof tba fl!!*1 plant, sena ia tune t» , haí^predacefnr éaSpiion from the colony. I now Vg leave w»|Hl ** e«*»0«rauoo cf limn.mini WlftfW-H lhe Meeeu trade ind l*ro^feflgSg^^fraI'** wbe,ner ,B» arrow root of nlSByftta. or meroola of Ibo ! botanists, aaigbt ^?Sb^ueceasfally iatrodec.l there. 1 aja io^oejlpj^ecommend fha cultiva* tia* of íbiVpanf 4K2jj* very great increase of its propagation ipj^jalanda of Kew Zealand, where the «»häfttH^hieh ia very aimple, ha» been establisl^âQ^Hwives, under thesàperia» tendente of U^SHPnee. w* »iver; coolden, able' hjeaa^iy^H^H^yroot is now on, sale io Ur^etf/aadômj^KI^Periorto that imported . from the WesroH^fr Kow, if thia article baa been ease^ossjj^B&rated io New Zeal and lbose itttfod* l|JHgm »»». ,H^fdc *. Anf* lr.li.-why shlatdÄ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

VARIETIES. A KENTUCKIANS DESCRIPTION OF HIS COUN TRYMEN.-"We are the criliurs, the real Ky-an aMuator breed- strong as steam-enjine, sod nothing hut iron .ri¡>bt up and down. We can swim harder, dire deeper, run faster, gun surer, cot «liker,.fi^ht, gouge, and drink helier then all the the world. There i« no mis ake in os, there isn't ! Our blood ts purple, fuil of gunpowder, and stronger than brandy-the eut ¡re whole of the 'tarnal earth ca'iT.go ahead of us at any thing ! Talk-to us of the British ! Pshaw !" Uncle Sam's Peculiarities. ON A MAN WITH , A LARCB FAMILY.-What wonder that dolt bas more'children than any ? You know the old proverb, (kat "ooe fool makes many." -Bentley s Miscellany. * MODEL OF THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO:-We have been favoured with a view of this astonishing specimen of human industry and patience. I bis liv ing map of the most n omentous battle-6eld recorded in modem story is the work of Lieutenant Siborn, of the 47th, Assistant Mi-itary Secretary to. the ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THIRD REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF TUB SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

THIRD REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS   OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. WE hay« just fca4*3H* Report putztet» . our ban<s. by fJteidfidneag of a friend. It muid perJurp*%i) oat of pf ace for na to v to »ore than give A sketch of Hi cou«] tents« since whatever ir contains that ¿»j valuable, as well ns ail that pay be found in other books 'written in England ies^ peeling this Colony» is but " old news 'to the Colonists themselves, lt is worth while, however» for us to remark, that this documens is (for the most part) per« vadêd by a tone of high satisfaction. The Report is chiefly occupied by de tailing the operations of the Company in the four great divisions of their trade Land-Flocks aud Herds-Whaling and Banking. On the first of these topics but little is said that demands oür atten tion. Tenants are apprised that they may find the land near Adelaide already Occu pied, and that their choice will lie limited to five portions to be selected by the Ma- nager." &a...

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Monument the to Memory of the late Colonel Light. Adelaide, 22nd Oct, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

Monument the to Memory of the   late Colonel Light.   Adelaide, 22nd Oct, 1839.     THE Treasurer has the pleasure to announce the following subscriptions. £. s. d. Amount previously adrertizsd £08 9 0 Baradlat Q naife .......... 10. 6 Thomas Tomkins ........ 10 0 Samuel Chapman ........ 10 6 William R. James. 10 6 Thos, Y, Cotter .......... I i O Charles Bonney .......... I 1 © John Ragless .. 1 1 . A3. Schroder.Survey Department I I 0 James Coliman *. 1 1 0 Mrs. Coltman. 1 1 O George Du thy . I I OJ Fredrick Jones .......... I 1 O John Hill . 1 I O O. K.Richardson ........ I 0 . < Thomas W.lson . 3 3 0 £524 17 0 Subcriptions will be received by the Treasurer ; at the Banking offices, at the newspaper offices, and by the Members of Committee. And as it is highly desirable that operatiens should be commenced as early as possible, those friends of the late Colonel Light who are friendly to the objects contemplated, will o...

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CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. TOE following information on the cultivation and management of the tobacco plant-an article which ought shortly to become a source of great profit to the horticulturists of this Colony-we extract from Mr. James Atkinson's work on the state of agriculture, Sec., in New South Wales: Tobacco may now be said to be fairly introduced as an object of cultivation, and it may be reasonably an- ticipated, that io a few yean the export of ibis article wiil be an object of importance. Very few persons are. however, as yet, in possession of proper sheds and conveniences for drying and caring it. The pro duce, when well managed, has been of excellent quality. As tbe cuitare of this plant is like to ex- tend very considerably throughout the colony, I shall here insert Mr. BRADLEY's method, as communicated by bim to the Agricultural Society, and for which he was voted a piece of plate by that body.   " In the culture of tobáceo, raising the plants is not the les...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

Soutient Stafftrolian ®iRtt. tf^fclR following we th* terms of the .« SOUTHERN * AUSTRALIAN," which is published every Thar»» - 4ay morning, at the O Sc«, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle street. Pate« OF T«K PAPKB-ls. per attffltcr, or £*. per Annum paid ia advance. Subscribers bare their papen kent to them if they desire it. . AOTBRTHIKKBHTS.-6lines and ander [each insertion j 8*.6d s above 6 lines, Sd. pei une-Adrertisemen» cannot be received later tata* o'clock on Wednesday; «md orders to discontinue Advertisements aiceady n frted, most be\ent to the offlce fceftre 3 oTfloek; lesday, or they* cannot be attended to. Advertise^;! eats mast be marked the number of t$mes they are be inserted, or they arill be continued «Util coanter -maoded, . All Sabscriptions aa^Advertlsements mast be for in advance* - - For,; To Sail from Pert Adelaide in four.weeksi THE KATHERINE STEWART .. FORBES,burthen 500 tons» ALFRED I JELL, Esq, commander, will sail for the above Portimmediately on her ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 January 1840

ADVERTISEMENTS. The South Australian Record. 1 THIS paper is now regularly received atid j sold at the office of the Southern Austra lian Rundle-street, or at Mr. Newman's Port, Adelaide. To Publicans & Others. JRICHARDSON takes this opportunity . of informing the public, that he has just received direct from Liverpool, 90 Barrels of very superior Dublin Stout, the quality of which cannot be equalled in the colony-Price £5 5s, The casks warrnted full. JRICHARDSON begs to inform the . Builders of Adelaide and the Public generally, that having made a very advantage ous arrangement with a party in the hills for the supply of sawn timber, broad and narrow paling, shingles, posts and fails, &c, he is enabled to supply them at a much lower rate than any other party, as a reference to his prices will prove. N.B.-A large quantity is now on sale. J. Chapman, CHRONOMITER, WATCH, AND CLOCK MAKE«.. OESPECTFÜLLY informs the inhabitants of Adelaide and its vicinity, that he has no...

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