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

Saies fr» Quilfe Stactím -?-:-? ]! TO BS SOLD BY 'PUBLIC ^UCTICTN, by?*. Kaileu, On Honda; next, tue 6th instant, at bjfi*rooms, ia Hmdley-sirest ON F grafted peach tree One dino nectarine Fonr ditto pear, tn sorta "5" A O ditto Piara . Two ditto apple One ditto apricot One inedlar Four orange Three lemon TKO hitter lemon Sixteen Loquat Two G. o ince One almond Three grafted mulberry, in lob 150 Cuttings Hanepoot grape, in the he« ISti " Muscatel ditto ditto 2a " . Crystal ¿itto dhto 25 " Persian ditto ditto 109 ** Cowmen ditto ditto Al TEH WHICH, Several doz*n ¿argo Çhioa ««nj and Piecer* 50 Pises 133 P&irs women* shoes Ateo SOÔ Tdirs wen's di'to | WEEKLY.SA.LJÎ OF LAND AND HOUSES BF ET« Bentham & CO., Eosry'Friday, at /keir Rooms Hindíet¡-St. AT 12 O'CLOCK. np HE great disadvantages Newcomers and o'Jicrs experience tn tita purchasing of j Land, has induced - BENTHAM & Co. to establish regular Sales, thus ensuring to buyer* (« e» ar-j rivals in particular) a...

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

. _._ . IMMtttaV - CAROLINE (ship) 329 ton«. From London 250 pieces wood, 7 boards, 10 ca%s slates, 1 bag nails, 4 carts, 12 « heels, 2 ploughs, a weighing machine and a quantity of weights. 24 bundles feucing, 70 bundles iron hoop*, 858 bars, 10 bundle» iron, 39 bhds ale, 10 bhds bear, 4 half hhu3 stunt, Ç casts sheny, 45 oil butta, ?0tuos turpentine. 2 barrels gunpowder, 1 cop|ier magazines 13 packages, 4 framing fly wheels. 2 cast iron pipes I Grindstone, 1 pair smiths' bellows, 1 anvil, 64 deals. 213 keg« 114 bundles 85 cases 41 cadts 16 firkin. 23 packages 22 barrels 7 puncheons and various other packages sundries contenía unknown» DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND. (ship) 541 tons from London - 1 case stationery, 4 boxes soap, 337 deals, 121 battens, 120   fir quarters, 1 pair iron harrows, 1 pair bellows, 1 anvil, 54 cases bottled wine, 3 htid.. 4 qr casks wine, 15 crates earthenware, *. cases 25 crate« 14 hoses 38 casks 25 pac ages 28 bundles, 2 cans 6 chests 3 hampers ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

VESSELS I\T HARBOUR. SÍHÍ'S. DUCHESS OF NO RTF! UM KERL AND 541 tons, Geare, from London-discharging. Agent*-Charles Beck ic Co. PARKFIELD, 495 ton«, Whiteside, from Sydney-discharging. Agents-Murrav.ürieg, & Co. CAROLINE, 450 tons, Williams from London -discharging. A genis-Clias. Beck & Co. BARQUES. MELROSE, 300tons-from New Zea land-discharging. Agents-Hack, Watson, &Co. CHRISTINA, S50 tons. Bell from Sydney clearing for King George's Sound, and Swan River. Agent-J. Walker.. CLEVELAND, 400 (ons, Marley.from London, -discharging. Agent-John Waiker. DELHI, 350 tons, Herbert from Liverpool discharging. Agents-( harlea Beck & Co. HERO, 160 tons. Hughes, from Singapore discharging. Agents-John Morphett. JAMES HOLMES.400 tons, Johns,from Singa pore-discharging. A<renl-Hack, Watson &Co. SINGAPORE, 306 ions. Hamilton .from London -discharging. Agent-Johu MorpbeU. WILLIAM BARRAS, 272 loris. Norrie, from London, laid on for Port Phillip-di...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

* a&elaifce pipping Keport. ARRIVALS. Pee 28.-Tlte schooner Victoria, 25 tons Hutchison commander, from Kangaroo ls'a,nd, with sundries. , 'Dec. :28.-The cutler Mary Ann, 16 ton?,from Kangaroo island, with South Australian Com pany's goods. Jan. 2 -The cutter Alice, 30 tons, from Port Lincoln, with passengers, Jan ^-^Tbeeehrooáer ¡few Zealanâer, 60 tun«, EoWrtoa,. commander, from the Bay ol I*iaod6, j ^'ith a cargo of maize and sawn timber. y ; Jan. 2-The schooner Minerva, fr^m Kinealfly and iii« Caps of Good Hope, wiih a geneial eargn." Jan. 7.-The schooner Munford, from the Maoririns,- with yugar. Jan. 8.- The barque j\Ifh-o$e, ZOO tons, from New Zealand, with a cargo of timber. D-EPARTU BES. ' Jan.9--Tl»e brig Dorset, Capt. Robertson, (pr Sidney, with 60 bales wool, 313, bags of wheat.'and 32 casks rice- ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

THE THOROUGH-BRED ARAB HORSE « ABDALLAH," ; imported from Calcutta, ih the Australian Association Ship Emerald Isle, will gtànà at coverthis season at the stables of Jarne^ Chambers, Wey mouth-street. Terms: "five guineas and five shillings .the groom. Erfracf from certificate, I can assert from the experience' I! liave hud during the time of my stay in Calcutta and elsewhere, that I consider him to be one di the highest caste (Negdee) horse I ever landed* . He is possessed of great l>oné and muscular power, combined with good temper, which is most essential for a good stock getter. (Signed) J S: MORTON, Veterinary Surgeon, and fellow of the London Veterinary Medical Society. To Let. TjlHE HOUSE on part of Section 798. -?- Bar nard-street, North Adelaide, Rent, £80 per annum. Now occupied by the proprietor,Henry Nell. Lodgings a FOR SALK, two commodious, elegant lodg ? ings, now in tbe course of erection, in til at handsome r; noe of buildings, towards the East end of Rnndle-stre...

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FOURTH & FIFTH WILLIAM IV. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

FOU-KTH & FIFTH WILLIAM IV. An Act to empower His Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Province or Provinces, and to provide for the': colonization and government thereof -\ôth August, 1834. Whereas that part of Australia which lies letween the meridians of the one hundred and thirty-second and one hundred and forty-first degrees of east longitude, and between the Southern Ocean and twenty six degrees of south latitude, together! ?*with. the islands adjacent thereto, consists . of waste and unoccupied lands, which are supposed to be fit (or the purposes of colonization. And whereas divers of. H is Majesty's subjects possessing amongst rthem considerable property, are desirous, . to embark for the said part of Australia. ! And whereas it is highly expedient that His Majesty's said subjects should be enabled to carry their said laudable pur pose into effect. And whereas the said persons are desirous that in the «aid tn tended colony an ttniform system in the mode of...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et togo, et omntsin hoc sum.—Hor. Ep., lib. [?], ep. I, v 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

Qfyt Soutfcrw ^traitait. Quia vèrum atqicé ~decehs'curo\ èt'ràgo,:ft omn\sin j Aocmra.~-HbR.ÍÉp./lib.í|í>;éiiv4, v »». j XD^LAIÍD'E : THCRSDAT, ... JANÛAKÏ -, 9, 1840. I OUR readers will find, ia another* part of our paper the. Act of Parliament j constituting South Australia a British Province, it has long appeared to us desirable that not an intelligent person in the colony ought to be ignorant of the provisions of ihat Act;-at the same lime we haye «net > with but few persons who recollect to have seen it. It is 4>ot improbable that within no very long period of time there will be a. necessity that every man's opinion should be well known to the British Government in reference to the inherent qualities of our Colonial Administra tion--or rather, perhaps, that the time may not be . far distant, when the ques tion must be debated in the Imperial Parliament itself whether the distin guishing principles of the Colony are j to be' carried out or not.. There is a tendency the ...

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MR. o'CONNELL [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

MR. O'CONNELL AT a meeting of the Leicester Poli it a! Uuion, in the course of last week, the follow ing resolutions respecting Mr. O'Connell were unanimously agreed to: - ** That, in the opinion o illus meeting, Daniel O'Connell is a man on whose veracity not th.' least degree of reliance cati he placed; that hi* every act gives the lie to some previously declared political principle, as the following facts v*i!l prove: - " 1. His pretended anxiety to alleviate tb d i stress and wretchedness of the starving1 pour of Ireland, coupled with bis opposition lo the enactment of the poor-laws " 2. His easy flexibility when the 40«. free holders were disfranchised as the price of eman cipation to the licb Catholics, assigning as a reason their dépendance OH ticb iandloids, white he voied for the ¿56 tenants-at-will, who are more depen dant by a hundred-fold ; and he has never made one effort to enfranchise the 4Us. freeholders " 3. He declared the VThigs * base, brutal.and Woody.' and made...

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THE RACES, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

THE RACES, W¿ are indebted for «ie fp|iowing report of the racés¿ io . óip'?'^onteropönuy ' Chronicle, -Pîrèt Day-Wednesday. January I, ¡A. sweepstakes of ten guineas èaob.-'Wth' fifteen added by the TurMilub. Best of heats. One ' mile and a-half¿¿~Mare^/apd geldings allowed three pounds. Three to start or no race, tyr, Halîacks Wk. g. fifepfctftoro-'. I - i » ; O \. : lair. J: Chamber^' blk. fc. ,/t#?t&r? . » *¿ dr- - iMr. Uorrjodks'ch^. h. ^«frentoe,..3 dr' j JFiíat tórr^í^ífc^niadetberanniDg, and íwascléteáted by a head. Blacfflgrn,wajk|do]wr. |Ladies* Parse of twenty-five guineaf. Seit of i tesm heats. Twp; ,*n^ ct®r*e. Çeytlemen rider«. Mr. J. Chambers' b." hf._ Black Jade. . . . I Mr. J. Gleeson's ch .'m. Miss Adel&idUi ih. The, following hbraes were entered «&4 did n« Mart-Mr. W. Powell's The Count ; Afr. Hal lack's Blackthorn; Mr. Gleason's Sheiah ; Mr. J. Chambers* Jupiter y Mr, Horrocks' Hohento*. ? Match-Twenty Guineas Mr. Easihope's b.m. Cyprian r...

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REPORT OF AN EXPEDITION TO LAKE ALEXANDRINA AND THE MURRAY. BY THE HON. CAPT. STURT, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

REPORT OF AN EXPEDITION TO LAXE ALEX- ANDRINA AND THE MURRAY. BY THE HON. CAPT. STURT, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER.   THE Governor had, for time, been con-   templating an excursion of greater magnitude than any he had undertaken. This was to cross the Lake Alexandrina in boats from Currency creek, to proceed up the River Murray to its elbow, and thence, to return over land to Adelaide. His Excellency had many powerful inducements to this long journey. He wished personally to ex- amine the land on the banks of the Murray, and to determine, as far as time and circumstances would allow, the capabilities both of the river and lake for inland navigation. Important however, as these objects were to the general interest of the colonists, as affecting the occupation of the coun- try to the eastward of the Ranges, the Governor had another of still greater importance in view. By a lateral movement from the great bend of the Murray, to penetrate into the more distant nort...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

DIED.—On the 2nd instant, WM. McGEORGE,             son of Mr. R. F. McGEORGE, in consequence   of injuries received by the accident from the   Poney to which we last week adverted.                             MARRIED.— On Saturday the 28th December,   by the Rev. C. B. Howard, JOHN MICHAEL, eldest son of JOHN SKIPPER, Esq., of Thorpe Hamlet in the county of Norfolk, to FRANCIS AMELIA, eldest daughter of ROBERT THOMAS, Esq., Rantregunwyn cottage.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

Sales ftp publie Auction. -. »-i -lr A-N A"-4'- ?i Bentham <SkCo, ri ci AVE"- great preasure'ih-inrormiifg Hhei LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF Adelaide and vicinity, that they have heen honored with instructions to sell By Public Auction, the most extensive and splendid assortment oil HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ever imported into the Province-including ?every requisite for furnishing the Drawing Room-Dining Boom, - AND CHAMBER, WITH ELEGANCE AND CONVENIENCE. In order {hat it may be seen to advantage, ihe Auctioneers have obtained permission toi sell the above in the j MAGNIFICENT STORE OF jj v Messrs, Hack «& Watson. The above form part of the cargo of vessels just arrived from ZiOSTDOlM* AND SZnrCrAPOBS, and are particularly adapted for this climate made of . Solid Rosewood and MaJiogany, inlaid with beautiful EBONY, and not of inferior woods veneered. Í - _ To be viewd two days previous to the; sale, of which due notice will be given. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Friday»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

To be Raffled for At FORDHAM'S HOTEL.   ON Saturday evening the 11 th instant, at 7 o'clock,-tbat Celebrated- Horse Black- thorne, well known as the fastest horse in the Co- lony. 30 members at £5 each. Tickets to be had at the bar of the hotel. Winner and putter- up to spend £5 each, TL. FAWCETT, Cabinet-maker & Uphol- sterer, invites the attention of the public   to a very superior, selection of goods which he has received ex SINGAPORE-consisting of     rosewood & mahogany Writing desks. Dressing Cases, Work Boxes, Tea Caddies, &c. also a varietj of leather WritingCases, Knapsacks, and Folding Trank Bedsteads, suitable for surveying parties, & gentlemen going excursions into the bush. HindUv-ttreet, Nov. 2. B' »OOKBINDING in all its branches * neatly executed, at the office of the Southern Australian, Maps, &c., mounted and varnished. To be Let. ACOTTAGE consisting of three apart ments, sit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

MT»HE fidlow in* are the term« of the » « «Oin 1 AUSTRALIAN, * which ¡a published Thurvday caereine. ** the OIBce, corser yeena fiaoe. itaedleatreet. Farceur TH* PA v^ ? -lt uer number. « r J nun field in advance. -ub»c-ibera hav- «I pen «eut to then if they deair. it Atm i-KMR T*.-««in«-* and uniter lead tkitt) ia Sd ; a «te 6 linea, ¿d. per Itu« -- tisemeiita caonnt «>e received later than 4 oV Wedaeaadv ; and nrders Ca di* oiiUnae Ad» agents airead* inverted, must be sent tn tb before 5 oVIocfc on Tarbay, or they can atcea-ed to «dvertiseieente must be i the Muaher of time» they are to be inter they «rill The continued natu counterman ted AU ^lamriutioaa -nnà Ad*erti«einenta u paid tor ia advance ^<(-MMMMMMMMMMM^^mmmmmWMmm*mm For the Bay of Islands, .Yew Zea calling at the settlement of Af«ny< For Passage only. ATHE fine new schooner 1 ZEA LAN DER, Ca KosckTo*. will be dispatched for the i poa in lo day«. For passage only applv to ? A. MACDOUGAl Randie-! ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1840

NEW ZEALAND. THE following communication has been     forwarded to us by Captain Roberton, of the New Zealander: As many respectable families and individuals   have emigrated to South Australia with the view of agricultural pursuits, and have been deterred from carrying their intentions into effect in conse- quence of the periodical droughts, hot winds, and   high price of labour, which, combined with other causes, render it improbable- that their outlay of capital and efforts would meet with sufficient re- muneration; it may not be amiss to inform them that they may in New Zealand find a safe, prosper- ous, and happy retreat. Without entering into a minute detail of the su- perior advantages of the.'country, it would hie necessary only to advert to a few facts that we Have " experienced during the the short time we have, been here, which is; only about ten weeks. We were much pleased when entering the Bay of, Islands, to see the h...

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Adeiaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

ateta&e pipping Utfort ARRIVALS. JAN. ll_The brig Rapid. 160 tons, H. Hamilton, commander, from Launceston, with 700 sheep and Ô hones. DEPARTURES. JAN. 6.-The schooner John Pirie, Captain Hay, for Sydney with wool. JAN. 7.-The barque Hero, 162 tong. Captain Hughes, for Singapore in ballast. JAN. T.-The cutter Waterwitch, tor En counter Bay. JAN. 7.-The cu ter Mary Ann, for Kangaroo Isl «md.

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ANNO PRIMO AND SECUNDO VICTORIA REGIN[?] CAP. LX. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

ANNO PRIMO AND SECUNDO VICTORIA REGINA CAP. L%. An Act to amend .an Act of &e j Fourth and Fifth Years of His late j Majesty, empowering His Majesty] to erect South Australia into a Bri- j tish Province or Provinces. [31st july, 1838] Whereas by an Act passed in tire Fourth and Fifth years of the reign of His Late Majesty, intituled An Act to empower His Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Province or Provinces, and to provide tor the Colo nization and Government thereof, His Majesty was empowered, with the ad vice of his privy counsil, to erect and establish within that part of Australia which, lies between the meridians of the one hundred and thirty-second anti one hundred and torty-fir>t decrees of east longitude, and between the South ern Ocean and the twenty-sixth de grees of south latitude, together with the islands adjacent thereto, aud the bays atid .gulfs thereof, one or more Provinces, and to fix the respective boundaries of such Provinces ; and by t...

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CAPPER'S SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 3rd. edition. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

?APPKR'S S<»üTH AUSTRALIA. 3rd. edition. THIS work was «ruten H like amidst ail the advantages and all the disad vantages of an official connexion with the subject on which it treats. Of o'.uise the author, from his peculiar position in the South Australian office, must have the means in his hands of forming a correct judgment of the Co* lony. On the other hand, he could not hold his situation, and write with perfect freedom. We should think it would be difficult, for instance, to state any unfavourable truth respect ing the soil, chútate, &c.» of this country As it regards the Govern* ment, surveys, &c, he could hardly allude to a defect without reprehen sion. A s editor of the Record, it will be recollected, that not very long since, the Commissioners deemed it right to issue a public censure of his conduct in writing some opinion respecting the green slips. Under these circum stances how could any man feel at ease in the free use of his pen ? What we sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

A T A MEETING held at the Court House, on Monday the 9th December 1839, it was unanimously resolved that he following be adopted as the Rules óf "THU AQBIC tfJLT UJbtAI. ABBOCIATÏOÏC . 1* That the Society shall consist of-A President, foùr Vîce-Tresîdents, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and Members. 2. That the president, treasurer, and-secre tary, shall be elected annually. : 3. Two - of the vice presidents to retire, annually, the first two by ballot, subse quently by rotation. The retiring members eligible to be re-elected. 4. That the committee shellconsist of eigh teengentlemen, independent of the treasurer secretary, one third to retire annually-the tirstsix by ballot, subsequently by rota tion ; the retiring members may be re-elected : five to form a quorum. 5. The committee to have the power of making all arrangements relative to prizes, annual meeting, supplying vacancies in the officers of thesociety (with the exception of the president and vice presidents), defining their duti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

Sale» tig public auction. Important Sale Jru@iyJiBg|r11®!L® I? iyj RM fl Tia) Ri. Bentham & Co, JUJ AVE great pleasure in informing the LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF Adelaide and vicinity, that they have <been honored with instructions to sell By Public .Auction, On Tuesdav, January 21s/, lt?40, A X D FO MOW I V ii DAYS, AT BU.VhN «"CLOCK. ^the most extensive and splendid assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, «ver imported tn¡o the l'ro» inn-including every rf-qiiisite 'br /'«rnishiosí the Drawing Room Dining Room, C H A V|D B E U, "AV IT FI ELEGANCE AND CON V KNIE NCC In order that die FUKNITUKE may be se^n to advantage, the Auctioneers ha«-e ob tained, pei mission to sell the above in the M AGNIFICENT STORES OF Messrs, Hack & Watson. 'The above form part of the cargo of two vessels just arrived from itonpoxr Ann BTJTOAPOBS, and .ace peculiarly adapted for this climate made of 'Solid Rosewood and Mahogany, inlaid with beautiful EBONY, and not of infeiior woods ven...

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