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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHCPS« i DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND 541 tons, Geare, from London- discharging. Aeeots-Charles Beck Sc Co. PARKFIELD, 495 tons, Whiteside, front Sydney-discharging. Agenta- Marray,Grieg, ¿Co. CA KOLI NE. 450 too». Williams from London -discharging. A penis-Chas. Beck tc Go. . BARQUES. . MELRQSE, 300tpnm^-r-*-from New Zea land--discharging. Agents-Hack, Watson, &Co. CHRISTINA. 350 tona. Bell from Sydney 1 clearing fer King George's Sonod. and Swan River. Agent-J. Walker. « CLEVELAND. 400 tons. Marley .from London, -discharging. Agent-John Walker. DELHI, 850 tons, Herbert from Liverpool discharging. Agents-charles fleck & Co. JAMES HOLMT5S.400 lons. Johns.from Sioga pore-discharging. Agent-Hack, Watson &Co. SINGAPORE. 308ton«, Hsmilton.from London --discharging. Agent-John Morphed. . WILLIAM BARRAS, 272 tons. AWrie. from London, laid on for Port Phillip-discharging; Hack Watson &<¡c. agents JUSTINE, 203 tons,-from Sydney dis...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Southern Australian. Quidverum atque decens curo, et rogo, et om[?] in hoc sum.---Ho[?]. Er., lib. 1. [?]. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

I Soutient australian. Quidverum atque deems cnro, et rogo, et omni*in hoc»um-HOR. Kr., Kb.l.-ei».-l, v. II. ADELAIDE : THCÄSDAA', JANTJARY 16, 1K40. As His Excellency bas bee» p'eased to express himself favourably to the subjects o'fthe Memorial, we may fairly hope that he will give it the sanction of his own signature, and that the British-Govern - ment viii not tura a deaf ear to thc wishes» of the Colonists. Wc will venture to say that nothing would be more likely to se cure, both to the one .and die other, thc lasting attachment of our population. Every government ought to cultivate po pularity, because, properly speaking, it is for the sake of the people alone that a government is constituted. What can any authority do, in the present day, without the confidence of those under its Tule? The best way for the English 5»aräament to perpetuate its own connexion with us is to giv'e us a full participation io the privileges of Englishmen; and the best way for His Excellency to confi...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERLAND ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

OVERLAND ARRIVAL. DURING the past week we have had another extensive addition made to the number of sheep in the colony, hy the arrival of Mr. Cam« ron, frcr-n New South Wales, with about 6000. The Reaister bas published the follow ing outline of Mr. Cameron's journey, which contains s » much i m | or tant in formation as to the route as well as being most interesting in its details, that we transfer it into oar columns : Oa arriving at the jonction of the Darline witíi the Al array, its appearance gave indication of the body of water being »applied by the back water oí the IVIorray, and that the Darling itself was DOC unusually high. This I lound io be the ca*e, for arter proceeding up the river for about 30 miles. I hadmv most sanguine wishes realized, by ascertaining that the ri »er bad dwindled a wat to a mere chain of ponds, and in some parts pet. iectly dry. f removed the «beep following ihfe course, and I am hap-y to ray found no lope dimest tram scrub On the western side is ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

BIRTH— On the 15th January, Mrs. WM. SMITH of Grote street, of a daughter. DIED— On the4th instant, Mrs. ANN COOK, wife of Mr. PETER COOK, Weymouth street, aged 27 years.

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

"T^HB following-are the term« of the*« SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN,' which is published every Thursday morning, at 4the Office, corner of Ste phens-place, Uundle-Btreet. PRICK OF THK PAPT a-ls. per number .cr £i: per aunum i«id in advance. Subscribers hare their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. m Aoven - I-EMK T*.-6.tines and ander [each inser tiouj ia. 6d ; a-ove clines. 3d. per line 'Adver tisements caunot be received la*er «hau 4 o'clock on Weduesaay ; and-order* to discontinue Advertise ments already inserted, must be sent to the office before 4 otfock o>i Tuesday, or they cannot be attended io. Advertisements must be marked tut number of time* they are to be inserted, or they viii he con tinned until cona ter manned All «uhscrîtitioitfi «nd Advertisements must be paid for ia advance For the Bay bf Islands, New Zealand, calling at the settlement ofMunganui ' ; For Pags&ge only. .tfjhSL THE fine new schooner NEW i¥iW - ZEA LANDER, Captain ROBERTON, will fa dispatched fo...

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NOTES on the Geological Examination of the Country bordering Lake Alexandria and the Murray. By His Excellency Governor GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

NOTES on the Geological Examination of-the Country bordering Lake Alexandria end the Murray. By Hit Excellency Governor GAWLER. 1. ID tbe province of 'Sooth Australia, a »a "?narine foaail formation ex tend« ¿rom «boat' 199^ .16* of longitode, with an taperfectlj'fcnown widrl towards" 141 ° tho western taondary trf the prt »ines, and fren about 32 ° 40' of Ullina*, to ; least the mtitode of tbe sea month of toe Marta] 3* its straf« are horizontal, and it surface g< nerallj quite level, orvery slightly andalaled. 'Ii (rreaetst elevation may be slated at 400 feet abo» .the level of the ssa. 3. Its upper strata are beds of three-or fou feet tn thickness, composed entirety of comm o cysters and oystor-sbells, not broken or-eshibii >tng marks of attrition.- Below there are muc deeper beds of mixed-coral, echini, pectens, spi rats, and other small marine shelis, generali mach broken, and deposited in sand, limestone and sometimes selenite, a'ternaiing with beds < ...

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DINNER TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 16 January 1840

DINNER IrojTHE GOVERNOR. rm L - - - I ne enterb ornent of His Excellency at a public di ner, took place on Friday evening last, at Fordham's Hotel. A numerous am most respectable company were present >h the occasion. His hon. die Judge preided. On removs of the cloth, the chairman proposed th/ health of Her Majesty, which was dipk with every demonstration of loyalty. /Anthem-''God save the Queen." J The chainan next proposed "The other Memjers of the Royal Family." tarlee-" Hf e's a health to old England." TheChairmo then rose and said-Gentlemen, it is now tinejwat I should draw y oar attention to the priaeftat object of oar assembling here *- rbis evenindnamely. to pa j a tribute of personal respect to/his Excellency the Goternor, «swell asp celebrate the. annirersary of the establishing of the colony now flourishing ander bis administration. Yon all koow . that this flebration would naturally have taken place on pe 28lh «lt.. but in that case we -should haje been deprived of hi...

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VARIEEIS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

: VABIEEIS. H. £V Sketches.^H. B. is <hp great political censor of the day. His pen eil has more power than the most elo quent writer*» pen To htm the world looks for its last moral, and therefore we cannot excuse his want of industry in stirring times like these. Only two 'sketches from his pencil since Mei I boume bamboozled Sir Robert, and Normanby out manoeuvred the duke; - only two sketches when the town expected a dozen! Surely H.B. has been ill. We hope not-or out ««f spirits--or out of town. We cannot believe that he slumbers when all his friends are at work, or that he allows such abundant materials to remain un explored. Hoping:, therefore, that many more sketches are in progress, we have to thank him for the two which were put forth-last night, and at once admit that they are as w;tty and cha racteristic as any that he has hitherto produced. Tlie first is called 44 A Game at Whist," and exhibits the Queen and Melbourne, pa> titers, against the Duke of Wellin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

tír* We regret that we did not last week acknow - ledge the source from whence we derived the report of the Dinner to His Excellency -it was a mere oversight, which we hasten to correct. We copied it nearly verbatim from the Register, and the known incorrect ness of the report must therefore rest with that Journal.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MODE OF DISPOSING OF THE PUBLIC LANDS IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

MODE OF DISPOSING OF THE PUBLIC I iANOS IN THE iJN ITE-D STATES. The greater portion o*" th** unoccupied lands o ilip United States constitute the national domain, and is, of coarse, ander the coutroul of the general Government. The landa are surveyed on an accurate plan ac nardin' to a general system; afteiwaids they »»e offered (or sale, by proclamation of the President and tty law most be sold by public auction, ih. minimum price being one dollar and a quarter per acre, <ea<tv money. If no one bids for the land at that i>ri *e.or upwards, it is subject to private entrv at any nm after, upon pavmeut at lime of entry for no o edu is ilto«ved One section in ead« township i» reserved 'or the support ot' sch ois in «he township, and »" sprint's an,I lead-mt Ü . s are reserve* fi om se:e. unless 'jy special nrde< of «he. President. Th surfet * ar«» 'ounded upon a aeries of nae meridians, vi.ich ian nortl., principally from the mn ihn s<.me...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnisin hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1840 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

Southern ñmtvalim. Quid verum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omni s in hoc tum.-Hos. EP., lib. 1, eu. 1, v- ll. ADELAIDE : THURSO AT, JANUARY 23, 1840 IT comes out then at last, as we were ^ sure it must, that " the public expendi ture of the Province for the year 1839 faae very much exceeded the sum au tborized by the Colonization Commis k sioners." We quote here his Excel lency's own words as recorded ia the proceedings of the Legislative Council. His Excellency begins to be solicitous about the surprise which will be felt by her Majesty's Government, and the ' anxiety and disappointment which the Commissioners aud the friends of the self-supporting system in England must experience. It will appear, then, "sus ceptible" as we are, that we are not more so than truth and facts warrant us to be. We have endeavoured to do our duty in reference to this sub ject by calling the attention of the Government and the Colonists to it, and the facts prove there has been but too much occasion f...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, Jan. 10, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Friday, Jan. JO, 1840. The Council met at ten o clock. A Bil entitled, *' An Act fer declaring the LAW and tor preventing the failure of Justice in certain cases," was laid ou be table, read a first time, and ordered to be considered by the Colonial Secretary and Advocate General iu Committee. Adjourned at 12 o'elock. Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock. Hi« Honor the Judge was present at the request ol th« Go vernor and Members of Council. A Bil intituled " Au Act to mike provi sions for the public registering all deeds, conveyances, bills, and all other i ncumhrances that shall be made of or that shall affect any lands, tenements, or hereditaments within the Province of South Australia, and for the better securing of titles thereto"-was read a first time, discussed, and opinion of his honor taken thereon. The bili was amended in some particulars, and ordered to be brought up for future consideration on Friday, the I Ott) i...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTISLAVERY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

BRïTiSH AND FOREIGN ANTI SLAVERY SOCIETY. On Saturday la*t, a large and hiuhl v respectable meeting: oí the friends of the above society, was held at Devon shire House, Houndsditch. J. ."Surge, Esq., add»es-^d the meeting at c«»u siderable length, and the following extract from his speech, releninjr to our West India Colonies, we (eel hound to insert, as our columns often con tain statements from other parties un the same subject« After congratulating the meeting upon the fact, that since they had met last year in that room, the slavery iii th> British colonies had been abo lished, not. in name but in reality, Mr. Sturge said, in all the British colo nies. Mauritius alone excepted, the ap prenticeship system had boen brought to a close ; and even in reference to Mauritius itself, he had the satisfac tion of knowing that an order in Coun cil to this effect had pone out, so that it would, if it was not done already, be speedily abolished, whether the local legislature did it or not...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

&fcfattte Shipping ïtqport M SAILED. ' Jan. 12. - Tue barque Sincapore, 303 tons, S ( Capt. Hamilton, for Aojer and Sincapore, in { ballast. Jan. 12.-The cotter Hero, for Encounter Bay. Jan. 16-The schooner Elizabeth, 100 tons, Captain Back, for Launceston, in ballast. Su percargo-Mr. Anslow. Jan. 17-The brig Porter. 256 tons, Captain Murray, for Port Lincoln aud Hobart Town. Jan. 17-The brig Adelaide, 280 tons, Captain Simpson, for Launceston. Jan. 22-The schooner Lowestoft for Laun ceston.

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THE SCAB IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

THE SCAB IN SHEEP. Of the v apio us diseases to which sheep are subject, ntne is more preva lent, uonc more generally vexatious to the farmer, than the scab. It is a highly infexious eruption on the skin, spreading through the most nu merous flocks in an almost incredibly short space of time. Its appearance and symptoms are too well known to need description here ; and as any scientific inquiry into its causes and origin would have little interest for those for whose information we now write, we shall confine our remarks strictly " to the cure rather than to I a description of the disorder We have of late received repeated applications for the quickest and most effectual remedy {or eradicating the scab in «heep, and also for a preventive of that complaints and it is in reply to our several correspondents that we now endeavour, to the best of our abi liiy, to comply with their wishes. ; Various nostrums have, within the last century, beets applied for the cure of scab, with different...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

Soutijertî Uttfttralfan (SfKce, »TMIR following arr' th« term- the" <*OliTIIK U N AU-Tlt A s.l A\, ' whicii is published ev*-ry Thursday (norning at the Office, corner ot" Ste phens-place, iluitdle street. PRICK «IF THK PAI« K --IS per number. «r £i per annum (»aid nt advance, -abscribershav«* their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. Aoveit hKMR T".-fi>iu; saud under [each inser tion] .is Gd ; a ave fi lines. 3d. uer line - Adver tisements .'iiuii'H e received later thau 4 o'clock on Wednesadv ; and n ilers to discontinue Advertise ments a i rea .iv i :i ie it ed. must be sent to tlie office bef .re 3 o*eiu<:k on Tuesday, or they cannot b atteii ed io Advertisements must be marked the number of time» tliey are to be inserted, or they will >Ü continued until connterman-<ed All ^uhsi-ri(itious *ud Advertisements must be paid for in advance. For the Bap of Islands, New Zealand, calling at the settlement of Munganui For Passage only. THE fine ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

DEATH.— On the 18th instant, SAMUEL STEPHENS, ESQ., aged 31 years, son of the REV. JOHN STEPHENS, of Brixton Hill, near London. DIED.— On Friday morning, the 17th instant, Henry, fourth son of Mr. Charles Calton, aged 4 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1840

ggfrg frg Ottilie Qluttion Important Sale M©!y)§iirii®L® FM & IM a TM ai. Bentham & Co, AVE great pleasure in informing the LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF Adelaide and vicinity, that they have been honored with instructions .lo sell By Public Auction, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, the most extensive and splendid assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ever imported into the Province-including every requisite for furnishing the Drawing Room-Dining Room, C H A WTB E R, WITH ELEGANCE AND CONVENIENCE. In order that the FURNITURE may be se«-u to advantage, the Auctioneers have ob tained permission to sell the above in the MAGNIFICENT STORES OF Messrs, Hack & Watson. The above form part of the cargo of two vessels just arrived from and are peculiarly adapted this climate made of Solid Rosewood and Mahogany, inlaid with beautifu : E<BO N Y, and not of infeùor woods veneered. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham & Co., On Friday next, January 24/A, at their Rooms, Hi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1840

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Pren of welter compels us te defer several articles .tutti ear next. if* (/ene «et efcet ere sftenfa* neve acknowledged the taure» from essence ese extracted CAC report cf the Dinner to the Governor. We teere unconscious of our not heating done se until reminded of it bethe Register tn its rudest stvle. This rudeness censes! the retort, and tn answer to the Register of tost «seek, sse esk-is it m sign of the correctness of « Report, er of the honesty of the Reporter, to publish u Speech that was never spoken, and to pedm it off as genuine ? And thatt too. without the permission of the alleged speaker f

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1840

VARIETIES. COTFEE.-The use, or rather abuse of a fi'cr, is said to produce feverish heat, anxiety, palpi tation, trembling, weakness of sight, and pndj.; position to apoplexy. The quality and effects of coffee, however, differ according io the manner in which it is roasted. If underdone, i«s vimns will not be imparted, and tts infusion wis J i and oppress the stomach ; if it be overdone, its properties will be destroyed, it will hf a? tt.e bod}' and act as an istrinuent. Musgrave a¡¿d Percival recommend its use in fellini a ; indeed, most persons labouring under that distress 'TO malady,seem to derive benefit from its use. Ti;-; principle of coffee is the caß'ein, diseo^e-cd Robiquei, in 1821 ; and ii u to this active prin ciple that its beneficial or baneful effects can be attributed. Recent experiments tend to show that it is possessed of powerful febrifuge virtue«. To obtain this result, taw coffee hag tieen n*ed. lt gives to water a greenish hue ; aud thu? sa:»< tatçd...

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