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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 28 July 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day , JULY 30th, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, J. C. Hawes Will Sell by Auction, at his Rooms, Hindley-street, TWO Excellent Working BULLOCKS,   yokes, and bows; grey stock Horse, saddle and bridle, nearly new ; a quantity of useful IRON- MONGERY, consisting of Carpenters' tools, Far- riers' tools, mortice and grubbing axes, dung and hay forks, five bullock chains, two dog chains, three new iron stoves, drawing knives, maul rings, wedges, augurs, tomahawks, door locks, shingling and other hammers, quantity of sole leather, &c., &c. ;   two Stringy Bark COTTAGES 18 feet by 12 feet, malt mill fly wheel, sieve. A large and extensive assortment of Slops, comprising white and coloured shirts, duck frocks, trowsers, waistcoats, jackets, shawls, silk handkerchiefs, Ladies' net caps, scented soap, &c., three Percussion Fowling Pieces, new   saddles and bridles. And in the Evening at 6 O'Clock, A Quantity of LINEN DRA...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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BU[?]RANGER CAPTURED THIS EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

. BUBOSA h G CK CAPTURED TB IS EVENING. J«st as we were siting to press we received in telligence that the celebrated bu ~h ränget, M Jack Fnle>," was captured in the yard, behind the bank, after a de<¡|>erate struggle.-Particulars in our next. _

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SECOND EDITION. SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN OFFICE, Monday, July 30, 1838. PUBLIC MEETING THIS DAY. PROTECTION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

SECOND EDITION. SOOTH ERK ACSTBAI.IAN. OFFICF, onduf, July 30, 1838. PUBLIC MELTING THJS DAY. PROTECTION OF THE COLO XT. A Meeting was this day held pursuant Co a Requisition to the Sheriff, to consider the present state of the Police Force, and to adopt some means for affording sufficient protection. to the Colonists, in the event of Uutf .force hieing disbanded ¡n consequence of ihe ^wply^hiU of the Government Treasury und Jw^jKolrernment declaration that there sj^;funds applicable to its. support. TW'^çtung was numerously attended, and $IÏJ^ACK was called to ¡the Chair. the object for which he con assembled, the Government d that''there ; -snore now --no foiigf ^ hu disposal for this or any other the meeting that m;'Ma3r?£e^ apon ihefktfr&Sgâ^^ sum of 'Mj^mM^ß^W^1^ OF * P°LICE fütéi^jáífc was now ex The Colonial Commissioner stated that he had ^^uStority under Lis Instructions to draw otr ^the Comm issioners for auch purlHiw^end entered at some length into a - ^^immf^ß^ r...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION OF BENGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

Tat AUSTRALIAN A'SCCf A1IOX OF B ENC AT,. j 1 ON Monday last the ** Kmeiald Isle." a fine vessel I of 501 tons burthen, and (hawing lᣠfeel water, 'entered our Foil. Thus ship is charteied by the "Australian Association of Bengal." and is the Isecoud which that body has dispatched fi om India. She is principally filled with goods belonging tb the, passengers on board, who are both numerous and Iii«: h Iv lespectah'e. We have been favoured with the nuines of some of them, but hope to lurnKh our rea ders next week with a correct i iii, notifying those who, remain in South Austra'ia. We aie gratified to h aro that our kind-hearted and excellent acquaintance. Mr. DONMTIIOKNE. who vUited us about 14 niondissincej on.bis way from Sydney to India, is in the Emerald ? Isle,-we hope we may calculate upon numberings this gendem. à amonas*, the body of 2M.«filr Australian ' seltiers. We hear iîieiè > from £«000 :o £10,000 i in specie on bbaid, but wkedier tor this Colony or j »ot nc cannot...

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THE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

TUE TP. CASU lt Y. KT- «. _ a î_J ? ^ - -1__1_ _f_:« W E naa nopea mut tne cnauges auout tn taice place in the various department^ would have rendered it unnecessary for us to allude to the manner in which this* one of the most important in the province, is conducted. The knowledge and disccrthtn displayed in the management of it, hitherto, have been noticed at home and no doubt long et fe this, steps have been taken, proving that the Commissioners have noticed diem also. But we can no louger be silent, when we find, that although the merited *' bridle for the ass and rod for the JooCs back" may be confidently expected, they are still unheeded ; and the vital ii: teres ts of the province likely to suffer, because the simple and easy arrange ments for die sale of land in the colonr, are either hot understood or wilfully thwarted., Ai the payment for land recently tendered f«»f, cn Wednesday last, five individuals, who? had pur chased 480 acres, present^dvatt-ACCEi'TEi» check from the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

SALES BY A.IICTI0N. "~«e> jokes, mad kerns! grey stock Vttná, avdbrrtk.aearly net* ; aqaaauty ofaiieml IROK MONGERY. eoùsîstiag of Carpenters* tools. "Far mr»* toola, mortice and e^eojáng traes, düaf «ad new rrou*tove*. dtawiefc knives, asatil ragt, waurea/ augurs., .tovabavaks, door locks, shingling aod other hammers;qo nit; nf sokMeath r. oie., «Ve»; two Stringy Bark COTTAGES 15 feet by ' waif tam^wtie^irsmver^ assommons of ftlqpa. rrrmaraáagtwhile .ami ea ahlrt^ frock*. í^SPumWtíÁ^^_ shawl*. sua.hataekcrchjesV^ S)aa/i&cu three l^a^asuft Fawjíág :Pieee»¿ 'uHu s*d^aa*{le¿^ ... > And iii tïie ï^eniiiç at 6 o'Ölocst, A Quantity of LINEN .DRAPERY, consist ing of shawls, silk haodket^iesj. eikees af calico and | artat,- nosHa* ae*. ssap, 'baga- af oatmeal, and a j tmiiety^ofjar^bjalM aoatierous ta aneatäim... «....*..' ON MONDArtr NEXT, ,30TH. JULY. Instant. Wiir S^elj by Auction at the Adelaide Hotel. Frank lin^atreet, the Furniture.and Stock of ¿be late l^firthi^ COÑ^lf...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

rr ¿¡Je t««Vn«if lp the Art ét Partía taW ^hich ce*> v«ïafo?ô*th AtftCraTta.« ttótnh P^vfaCe^w* find «.#^¡en«urie of the oafive» <rfil«TO^^ Vi*eir rfeba^W»** contrary iba Á^r*i«¡á^M^«^ W»jt^í»aMe «ul ui»oe«mpied.** «nd ox^#«fWO tb« truth o7 ^IKH« Mppe«tioe«, H point* oat toe manner in whk-b lb«*0 waste end unoeeepied faed*** are to h^-tj&mpwtà. Ilaire we. who bs** come, bi^tfi^M^^^iandf unoccupied?' have we nut on th^p^^^0^Ê^^m po«.y»aut by name ttiees. ftpifjleajtjta nitmlirt«, j*t íHwiriAed .à* ^Nr^ffi^^afeï1^^^ aupposeol ?«ww^^fleá»^^ »««*. <4ßae#§*3^ are found pe*»»*aasi^ to our anew*"*** Mí* «oav allere thtftt»o^ ma* i at*re«t>d are copient <b»»it*í¿«ld V-»;^ fer a« who ara poaaw«^ of ^«Ärlw»»»««« re tarda »be rights of justice/? Mr. Peno aiijtht nave acted ta the »ame manner 'towarH*'4k# Aaa««»! Aborigine*, but the lo-e ot justice eud *bc »ar of God were *no powerful in lt»lw*a^tjrfj»rrmii hint to do oiner than purcha«e what lik^ ...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque d cens cure, etroge, et [?] in [?] sum.—Hon. Mr., lib. 1, ep. l, [?] 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1838. ACTING GOVERNORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRAÏJAN. Quid ma «¿fue 4 cern cwr«* et raf«, jet «MB» --Ho¿. Kr., iib. 1, ey- ll. | : By ts^BfelHiffi^ . .? *? ?^TTSBri»v*sfv^^ -î>-, . Dost «bo« like the plot, Trinryla^ (> A-mfMS rn** left ;«s hamî and 4b* terse bm ^HoSQjmie ifiucvdrdes blended^eaeh haÚat^^ wítTt our earliest and strongest recollections. All that can fascinate the ear, alf J&ajt cao cnaim the eye, hare been bequeathed- h' ok-fa the poets, the historians, the orators, the -sculptors,the architects of ¿Artica. " VVheree'er we tread it'tis haunted holy ground."-«' <5«ejjJanjrathon"and f glamis divine" are still our" watchwords ; and the majestic symmetry of toe PjttruSenon, tc ?the awe-inspiring lineaments <>f the ^lympmn thunderer, rivet the attention of a world now, as strongly as at the hour, when the Persian quail ed before the might of the Demos of CectojMa. Yet it is not alone that the' relics of die "past material and immaterial hare thrown á brilUanfr lía...

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OFFICE OF ADVOCATE-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

OFFICE OF ADVOCATE-GENERAL. j THIS office has again been handed over io a new *' locum íeiíews," or as HU Excellency ol the daj and hour is. pleased to call him a new "amicus curia:" These chances remind us of tiiose curious processes of motlier church, by which sn unfledged and raw fol terian becomes, " by transmutation strange, a reveiend diviue." We well recollect the hour when GEORGE MI L KER STEPHEN, Esquire, first gladdened Ute shores of Saint Vincent's Gulph with bis pre-, se rice, and our surprise then was that a gentle man who could not have been admitted in any i other Colony of the Crown to piaclice;-who was neither barrister nor attorney of Ute English or any other bar should, " pur ordonnance du rot," o'erleap ail ordinary barrier, and by the mere will of bis patron, fill at once the highest law Office of the crown within the Colony. We thought then, and we think now, that such a step waSan insult on Captain HINDMARSH'S part to the Province, and a proof of that innate d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

Southern Australian Office. THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN which is published every Sa- turday morning, at the Office, corner of Stephens Place, Rundle-street : — Price of the Paper — 6d. per number, or 36s. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent   to them, if they desire it.   Advertisements — 6 lines and under (??? in- sertion) 3s. 6d.; above 6 lines 3d. per line — Advertisements cannot be received later than 4   o'clock on Friday; and orders to discontinue advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot be attended to. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. For London Direct — A Chartered Ship, THE fine fast-sailing brig GOSHAWK, A 1,245 tons register, ROBERT   LAING, Commander. This vessel being chartered to convey a cargo to London direct, affords an eligible opportunity for passengers returning to England. She has...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 July 1838

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the "Duke af Roxburghe,"       from London, we are in possession of papers dated early in April, and intelligence to the 10th of that month. We are gratified to be enabled to state, that the all-absorbing question of the Governorship of our province, is at length set at rest ; and a gen- tleman, whom report states, is every way qualified to administer our local government, has been appointed to that important office. We look most anxiously for the arrival of LIEUTENANT   COLONEL GAWLER, and most anxiously do we   hope that the clouds are now passed away, and that many a bright and sunny day of happiness, prosperity, and peace, are yet in store for this highly-favored land.       His Exrellency COLONEL GAWLER was expect- ed to sail on the 5th of May, in the East India man, "Pestojee Bomajee," a vessel of 800 tons ;   he may theref...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ** Onkaparinga Jack's" communication relative to the threatened buming ¿oom efthe privait: residence and printing office of the proprietor of thisjjpummi ie toe lengthy for insertion. We thank kim far his kind effer of protection. Our printer's devil aAmprepsred the antidote recommended. We hope O.G. will not tempt him to ute it, at it is too expensive to watte. Want af room compels us to postpone tilt our- next the premised account af Foley the bushranger.

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. I AWLKIVAIS. JOLT 28.-The barque Duke ofltoiburghe, Capt. Thomson, from London 12th April,with 66 emigrants 32 passengers, and a general cargo. DEPARTURES. AUGUST 2.-ship Trusty, Captain Jamieson, for Sjr uer. VESSELS EXPECTED raoit.EwotAW TOTSSBASOH. Piestónjée Bomanjee (trim the Governor and sähe)» Speculator, Surrey. Portsea; and Africaine»

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ a. d Ale-Danbar's, per dozen.. 016 O to 1 0 0 . London, per hbd. . * 9 0 0.. 10 00 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 -. 10 0 Ó Colonial, .. hbd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 O 0 Beef, per tierce. 5 0 0 .. 6 0 0 fresh,lb.. 10.. 13 Batter, fresh, lb. 3 6.. 4 0 salt, do.. 2 2.. 3 0 Coffee, lb.. 9 .. 10 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 dips, do........ 10 wax, do....... 3 0.. 3 6 Casks, oil, per tun, ...... 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot. 6 .. 7 Cheese, English, lb. 19.. 2 0 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 10 .< 1 Flour,colonial,per 100 lbs. 17 0.. 112 0 Hams, per lb.. 13.. 16 Hops, «do.. 2 6.. 3 0 Hay, per ton,.... 10 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron, do. . 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel. 8 0.. 9 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll .. l l Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. - 3 6.. 4 0 Porter, per dozen,. 16 0 .. 1 O O London, hhd. 9 0 O .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per tierce,.- 8 10 0 ... 9 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,.12 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Rice, per lb. >.......... Soap, English,&amp...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO ROWLAND HILL, ESQ., SECRETARY TO THE COLONIZATION COMMISSIONERS FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide 31st July, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO ROWLAND nfLL, ESQ«, SECRETARY Til THE COLONIZATION COMMISSIONERS FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide 3ht July, 1838. j SIB.-As you appear to take a considerable inter est io the affairs of this colony, and particularly in the Survey Department, some information on this bead may not be unacceptable to you. You are probably not aware that Col. Light was ordered to adopt a new method of surveying called the " run ning survey," and yon will soon be aware that this imperative order, conveyed in terms not to be mis understood, led to his resignation, and that of all his assistants except one. You will have learnt that oo the 12th May last. Col. Light esbibited at the meeting of puichasers of land, held for that purpose, a plan of about 69,000 acres of land around Adelaide together with other plans of Yankalilla, Rapid Bay, and a part of Nepean Bay-making in all a total of upwards of 100,000 acres. The ballot for the order of choice having been previously determined, ...

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INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

INDIAN NEWS. - We witnessed on Thursday what may be terme a rare occurrence in Bengal, a water spout, of whic the appearances were truly curious. Wheo first bt held, it had the shape of a ship's pennant waving an floating in a currant of air ; then swelling to the BIZ of a middling sized tree, it was ultimately and rapid! drawn up into the cloud, where it was lost for ¡ moment, it again shewed itself in a sudden shoot, am taking about an angle of 45 degrees from the nearl perpendicular drop of its first appearance. Ther was still the same pendulous motion as if acted on b; air, but the line was longer, thinner, and looked no j unlike thé^cast akin of a snake. Presently it swellei 1 out afresh, |md then divided, passing off tuffs ofligh ! clouds, when in an instant the whole vanished as i absorbed by the dense mass from which it bad shot It was first visible at 10 minutes past 5, o clock, am lasted about a quarter of an hour.-Oriental Obsti ver, September 30. The King of Delhi, Akbur...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum, atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in ho[?] sum.—HON. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid Kerum, atque dr eena cur«, et rogo, etvwmi* in ho* «UM.-HOB. Er., lib. 1, en. |, ? ll. ». ADEIATOE^ SATrjBJ>A.T, ACCOST 4, 1838. t^4ÇTXKCGOV£KNOB^COVKAVOEK-ZN--CBXEP. Wfescarrely thought our article alluding to the assumption of the authority of Commaiider-in Chief by His Acting-ExoUeBcy,t»uld have been misunderstood ; but we hear that certain parties who ought to be wiser, think they have discovatd a wonderful blunder in it. The Government Regulation on this subject which we quoted is as plain and clear as any regulation can be, but it is not clear enough for these cunning but really -superficial people. We repeat, that according to this regulation " no civilian, naval officer, or military officer holding a commission of inferior rank to that of Colonel, can be invested with the command of Her Majesty's forces/' The reason why Capt. HINDMARSH held it was, that being a Post Captain he rankedas a Colonel in the army, and was, therefore, qualified acco...

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PUBLIC MEETING. MAINTENANCE OF THE POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

PUBLIC MEETING. I MAINTENANCE OF THE POLICE FORCE. j IN our Second Edition last Monday, we gave die proceedings of a public meeting held that day to provide for the support of the policé force. An adjourned meeting was held on Thursday evening last, to receive the report of the committee appointed to communicate with, the government on the subject, Mr. HACK took the chair, and read the report of the committee, which stated, that their enquiries into the state and regulation of the police was highly satisfac tory, -and that the only alteration they had to suggest, was an increase in the number of the night panol, and the abolition for die present of the office of Sub-Inspector. It further stated that the committee had written to His Acting Excellency, requesting, as a preliminary step toward the furnishing of the necessary fonds by the colonists, that some information should be afforded by the government as to the manner in which the considerable Colonial Revenue already collected ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 4 August 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day     AUGUST 4th, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK J. C. HAWES     Will submit to public competition, at his rooms, Hindley-street, TWO EXCELLENT WORKING BULLOCKS, yokes, chains, and bows; grey stock horse, saddle, and bridle, nearly new; a quantity of useful Ironmongery, consisting of Carpenter's tools, Farriers' tools, mortice and grubbing axes, dung and hay forks, five bullock chains, two dog chains, three new iron stoves,   drawing knives, maul rings, wedges, augers, tomahawk, door locks, shingling and other ham- mers, quantity of sole leather, &c. A large   and extensive assortment of slops, — comprising white and coloured shirts, duck frocks, trowsers, waistcoats, jackets, shawls, silk handkerchiefs, ladies' net caps, scented soap, &c, three percus- sion fowling pieces, new saddles and bridles. And in the Evening at Six o'clock, A quantity of LINEN DRAPERY, con- sisting of s...

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