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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 15, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Saturday, February 15-, 1840. i be Council met at ten o clock -1 be minutes ot' last meeting were read and confirmed. The Bill for the regulation and protection of the WhaleFisheries,wasread,discussed,amended, and ordered to be published Tor general infor mation in the Gazette of the 20ih instant-A i journed. Tuesday, February 18, 1840. The Council met at ten o'clock.-The bill fur declaring the law ia certain cases, &c, was brought up, and on the morion of the Advocate general, was amended as follows. In the first clause, after the words,"circum stances of this Province" the following words were introduced :-"And so far as they are not inconsistent with the acts of the Imperial Par Ilament 4lh and 5ih William IV., c.95. and ls and 2nd Victoria, c. ?0, or with any order or orders in Council made in pursuance thereof, or with any enactment made by the Legislative Council of this Province." In the third clause, for the words "within one w...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

âôrlatïie pipping ïiqjort ARRIVALS- 1 1?EB. 23.-The barque Katharine Stewart Yorbes, 500 tom. Captain Fell, from Encounter Bay. with oil for the London market. FEB; 23.-The barque India, -tons. Captain Hugh Campbell, from Greenock, wilb 94 passen gers and,a general cargo. FEB. 24.~Tbe brig Parter, from Pott Lincoln. FEB. 25*-The barque Indus. Captain Macfar lane, from Leith 5ih October, with passengers, 14 Commissioners1 emigrants, and genera! cargo, SAILED. FEB. 18-The cutter Hero, Reid, for Encoun ter Bay. FEB. 18.-The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson, for Port Lincoln. The India on ber' passage out, encountered moat severe weather. In the Channel she lost some of her spars, and was obliged to pat into Cork to refit, AtCapeijeewin she wasstrncfcwith lightning, and lost some of ber masts. On this j occasion the limning passed within «few inches of a large quantity; of powder; had io communi cated with which the vetsel must instantly bave been blown to atoms. Again, while approaching K...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

VARIETIES; DÚECIVS AT SPA.-ECONOMICAL METHOD; Among the passengers cri hoad a sb ip bno'id from New Orleans to one of our rio it hero eitle«, there was a yoting lady, ihr only female passen¿er, and two gent lr men, one a yoting buckskin ..I eighteen, and the. othrr apparently tori >. five. b»th of whom became very ni ach enamoured wi h thi«t lone passenger. For sonia time they «e?*. both êntite y ignorant of the passion of th«- other for the yoting lady * at length Mr. Chuck«, 'he oldest nf the two, dr siring to know the pedigrer and cirounn'ances of His charmer, and whether ber m r<et wa* yet to be made, opened cour r sation with Mr. Greed, the otbèr lover, when a motnal confession endued respecting the regard they both entertained fot the unknown >oong lady: and their interiiion. if possible, to secure H olaiin to her affection*, if they were not already bound in bo'y ties to ano- h- r Thi« contention, instead of palliating the case of either, threw a new obstacle...

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THE MOUNTAIN SHEPHERD SMANUAL (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

i ' H E il O ü N T A1N SI i E P H É R D S M A N ü A L {continued.) MANCEMEÄT OF SHEEP. j Shelter.-Shelter is the first thing to bs attended t<» in the management of sheep. .While every good shepherd is decidedly hostile to their being rm.rin«-d, or to their being forced into sheller, whether the? wish for it br nut, itcacnot be too stronii'y recommended to ali »beep farmers, to pat she ut ar.* of. avoiding the severity of stormy weather within the reach of their Bocks at all limes. C ose confinement i nj a res the health of all animals; :.nd is hurtful in aa especial manner to sheep, which by optare are of a roving Opposition, and exceedingly fond of liberty, lt is certainly a nr.sinkcn notion that fat* wooded sheep are mote tender, and mote liable to be injured by co'd.than those which carrv coarse fleeces *. and that they roust during the greatest p -rt o! the year, be kep« in cots, as i* practised on the continent. The wool vi the fine breeds grows in a saanner which t...

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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. j, Provistons-A joint-stock- company for the ! establishment of steam flour-mills, and a company tor supplying Melbourne with newly caught fish, are said to be in proctss of formation. - Daring the thunder storm on Sunday the electric fluid struck the barque Earl Stanhope, Captain Tilly, shivered the Tote-top gallant mast, then descending it struck the fore mast, knocked off the bittens, and after reaching the deck made its escape through the hawse hole. Town Allotments-Oa Monday Mr. Bi odie sold by auction, seven allotments nf and in Queen street, whioh realised the fol owing prices : 25 feet fron'age to Queen street. Mr. Malcolm, £288 15s.; 25 ditto diito. Mr. Newton; £288 15s ; 25 ditto ditto, Mr. Brown, £250 ; 25 di t<> di'to, Mr. Thomas. £262 10s. ; 25 ditto ditto. Mr. Thomas. «£250 : 46 fret frontage io Fhnd r's ' lane, Mr. Pender, £500 ; 18 di lo ditto, Mr. Pender, £162-Total £2,002. Western Port-"We have been favored hy Cap fain Moore wit...

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EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

I j EMIGRATION. THE following passages are 'be extracts fr»>m " Canada and South Australia" which "we last week promised our readers, and ito which we have adverted in another part of to-day's paper. There are two or three ex tracts from the fiist paper, which we shall give at some other time : From the third paper on " Emigration" «e have no very attractive picture of the paupe Emigrant to Canada. ( ls turning f.om the sa' jeci of tlie «a-te lands t<, thal ot emigrtUiun, we are s' nnk with a »e»y re markable an-.louj, in \\ir- t-flVc.s of the free-g ant sstfm. As, un tte ft ti" hand, it makes land j ruinously cheap, aim at the same tun<* prevents ¡is j (.raclicai app opnati<>n, so, un (be other, if make.-, fO'dM cheap, ad ai the same Onie pre VL-I ts his p-ai-lica' emp'o>meii!,eith-r individually .»r c iHecíiv^ív. Ii jnorauus a ti^adion^ stieun of emigr^'io.-!, but pr vents the i flux «.f i-ihahi tints lr- m «aiiiii^a thorough lo ti g on th...

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THE DUKE OF SUSSEX'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

tÜE DUKE OF SUSSEX'S MARRIAGE. ' The following extraordinary letter '«a-* been vvriiien by the brother of th«; late Lady Murray : Frimley Bagshot, Sept IO. 1839. Sm;-From your journal of the 7th instant, which f have just read, I copy the following extract : 'Sir Augustus D'l-'ste, the son o'f the Duke of Sussex, by Ladv Augusta Murray.' &c. &c« Now as th« a ho ve w<m*d seem io wt ph ln«t that lady wai* not the wife of the Duke. I trixi that A ou will g«*e insertion to this in which I Uri* to acquaint yon. lhal it is a nutter of his tory that the lady in question «as twice married to hts Riyal Hi-rtinfe-s the Duke of Sus*?* - fir«', al Home, in the y«-ar 179S ; and secondly in the l»a»i*h church of St. George in Hanover Square, ajrteeably to the form« of the K*tabli<hed Church, hy the publishment of hann*. fl is true that, hy <he authorities that then viere in 'his Chi lilian land, a Christian Jud¿e was found io set :>~tde the vali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

Sale» tig $ttf>lic Statiion. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham and Co. On Thursday, March 12, at their rooms, King William Street, THAT fine fast-sailing cutter LIVELY, *- 35 tons burthen.-This vessel is quite new, having been launched at King George's Sound in the month of January, 1839-is built of the best materials, will bear inspec tion, and is admirably calculated as a regular trader between this Port and Port Lincoln, and the adjacent colonies. N.B.-She will be put up at one oclock precisely. [T]_ TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham & Co, On Monday, March 9, 1840, at their rooms, King William Street, at 1 o'clock precisely, FURNITURE-consisting of a Brussels carpet, piano by BROADWOOD ; ladies' mahogany -work table bed s'eps ; goose fea-   ther bed; four-post bedstead; a variety of CHOICE PAINTINGS,       by REUBEN'S restored by MORTON ; about 30 volumes of novels, by favorite authors. further particula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

For London direct. jgg^THE KATHERINE STEWART 5ÎS1§U FORBES, burthen 500 tons, ALFRED FELL, Esq , Commander,' is now anchored off the Port, and having engaged to receive the greatest part of her wool, she will sail for London in about a fortnight. The above vessel has very superior accom modation for passengers. Application to be made to CAPT. FELL on.boatd; at the South Australian Com pany's Commercial Office ; or to HACK, WATSON, & Co. For Fort Lincoln. TO sail tn a few days, the brig] _PORTE R.-For freight or pas sage, apply to W. F. PORTER. Mirs Batbgate's, Rundle-street. j ANTED at Port Lincoln, a good Ship wright, Labourers, and Female Servants. Apply ns above. Bentham «& Co., Auctioneers fy Appraisers, House, Land, and General Commission Agents, KING WILLIAM AND HlSDLEY-STREETS, EG leave to inform newly arrived emi grants that they undertake the disposal of j merchandize of every description at a mode rate commission by public auction or private j contract. The...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis i hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1840 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum. HOR. Er.; lib. 1, op. 1, v ll. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1840 WE suppose we may regard the con- troversy between us and our contem- poraries as drawing to a close, for the present at least, for we think we see sure signs that they are beginning to feel weary of the warfare. The one acknowledges that he has nothing more to write about, and the other flourishes his weapons and makes a famous noise, just, we suppose, by way of proving that he has not fallen quite dead in the battle. We have heard of the artizan who is said to make more noise than work, and our readers have an exem- plification of the proverb in the case of one of our contemporaries at least, for we do not, on recollection of the whole, remember anything like argument in any article he has written on the sub- jects in hand, unless flat and almost ridiculously absurd contradictions may pass for such. However, we have all along bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 February 1840

1 1 ' 'i11-11 Southern Australian Office rpHK fallowing are the terms of the«* *OUTU«HN *- AUSTRALIAN, » which is published every Thara day mora ins« at the Office, corner of' Ste phetu-place, Rundle-street. ; PAIGE ur TUB PAPKB. ...is. pernam»»er,«»r per j annam |iaid iii advance. Subsc. i bera hâve their pa mpers »eat to them if the; desire it. iftVB&riHBHEM».-eiraes and under feaekinser tiou] is. ed ; a tove « lines, Sd. per line-Adver tiseueuts cannot be received tater ibm 4 o'doek on | Wednesady ; and orders to dr»«oaUu»e Adnertis« weats already inserted,'mast be seat to the office before "3? *fotecfc -¿aa- Tuesday. or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements mast be marked tte number of tiines they are to be inserted, or ¿feéjrjjFttl be continued until connterman.ied. 1 Att jSnh*^ tiona ^ Md a «Wv Hi"'men ts smB* be paid for in àdvïfc&é. 'I For Tiew Zealand. To follow the " New Zealanders TH E Soe new brigantine AGE NO RIA, J.W. HURST, Commander. Las excellen...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

-. ; VESSELS EXPECTED. The Joshua Carrol from Laanceston ; Agenoria from Hobart Town j Lonach «nd Seppings from Calcutta ; the Baboo and Susan from Liverpool ; the Tomatin, Culdee, and Dauntless, from G ree. nock } and the John Bull, Orissat City of London, and "Wa rior from Londun.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. j MERCATOR has been received, and we thank him for the information his Utter contains respecting the government payments. He wilt oblige us by furnishing the names and dates he refers io. Our proprietor's letter in our next. Several articles are unavoidably postponed for want rf room.

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

! âteiafte âfr&tttng ïtegort ARRIVAIS. I Feb. 24-The «utter St. Vincent, 20 toni, from Port Lineólo. Feb. 27.-The schooner Victoria, 28 tons. Hutchinson, from Kingscote, with cargo of stores for New Port. March 2.-The barque Mary Ridgway, 218 tons, Captain Stephens, from Sjdney, 29th January, and Port Phillip 27th February, with a general cargo« Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Snooke and servant. Mr. Hawdon, Mr. Petera, Miss Cameron, Mr. Caw, Mr. Anderson ; and in|tbe steerage, Mr. Veraoa and wife, and three of the Police ; one of the Police was left ill at Port Phillip. March 3.-The schooner Minerva, from King George's So*md. SAILED. March 1.-The ship Rajasthan, 700 toes. Ritchie, for Port Phillip, with part of import cargo. March 2.-The schooner Water Witch, 10» tons. Duff, for Launceston. March 4'-The schooner Abeona, 96 tons, Hawson, for Hobart Town.

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BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. The official and Family Compact parties in the Canada« are still labouring to excite a prejudice against Lord Durham, by re presenting him as the patron of emigration to New Zealand in preference to the North American Provinces. The TORONTO EXA MINER defends his Lordship from these assailants ; in the first place repelling some personal attacks, and attributing probable motives for them The sanctity of private bTe bas been violated, and Ute habits, perhaps prejudice» attendant on high birth and great wraith have been held up to derision and execration. *" It «ill not ba m pf weed for a moment that we a?e admirer* of aristocratic pomp «ad parade ; but we cannot avoid remarking that the chief usai ants ot Lord Durban) on this aoore are the contempti Ula colonUI parvenue*, whose petty pride and ostentation have been more the sorj -ct ol ijdicu 'e than disgust to the British immigrant win liss mingled in European society. The purst-proud merchants of Montreal and ...

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ADVICE TO GOVERNOR HOBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

ADVICE TO GOVERNOR HOBSON. "You are on the eve of proceeding to New ¡Seaíand. for the purpose of establishing a British colony,«»! which von are to be the Governor. In this diiemm*. (for such it must be to one oï your cloth) y«>u» Excellency'sfeel it:a> must ti«-1 something like those of a fish out of water ; and a little good advice as to your behaviour in your new state of being, cannot but beac ceptable to you. In your present voyage you will meet with many cover ed sands and sunken rocks, which it is hardly possible that you should dis cover without the aid of an experi enced navigator of the sea» To escape the dangers which will beset you, even after you shall have discovered them, would be stilt more difficult without as sistat.ee* We tender you the help which a long and familiar acquaintance with the subject enables us to bestow on any one in your predicament. -However you may receive them now, in the flush of satisfaction at finding yourself the representative of ¿VI a...

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"THOSE WHO ARE BORN TO BE HUNG, WILL NEVER BE DROWNED." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

"THOSE WHO ARE BORN TO .BB HUN#, WILL NEVER BE DROWNED." I «hall not attempt to instruct my reade*a bj any polemical discussions concerning tb«* moral difficulties which the above apb -rism may: seem to involve; neither shall I incur the risk1 ot amusing them, bj the application ©t tbe rules of loeio to sobjeois which defy the ** confines «if a definition." -I shall content myself with relating1 the following story, for the troth of which, as1 it fell ander my own notice whilst I was ear-' gena of his Majesty's brig R-, I am able' to vouch ; and which, to say the least appears lo' justify the maxim 4o which I bare referred. "After leaving the-«Nore, in a voyage to the' West lodies, w«- had extreme 4eavy weather-; it blew, as sailors say, great goos before' midnight we encountered:' a perfect hurricane.-i Towards daylight however when we were off the Goodwin Sands, it somewhat abated. At this' period; the lieutenantibougbt be perceived *ome«^ thing like the remains of a vessel's nppe...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

VARIETIES. ] The Queen and Westall the Artist, her Ma jesty't Preceptor.- On b's death bed (ht- bad been bunud from hts own b -ns» bj (he lowest altor» ext tt'Ofiers, a«d »beriffs men.) lie wrote to the princess (»ho bad not then ascended th' throne) «hom he adored, and t .ld her he bad a blind sister dependent on him for support that he was diing, and had no means with which i<> provide fur ber, and solicite i ber Majesty's pro tection. Tbe Q teen's answer was immediate, containing words of sympathy a"d sincere regret, and say inn that she had set; led henceforth on Ins bereaved siste- £100 a v. sr for life. L t the deed be regis »-red itt «very En¿ü b bear . * Look where you're going.*'- lt you intend to marry*--if «ou think ; oar happiness wilt be in creased and yourinivre-tadv need by matrimony be sore and " look »h re your going." Join \i>nr »eif in union with no woman who is selfj>b, for she will sartitice y u - with no one wh is fi kif. for she will become...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

I J MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. \ Hálinneman, the falber oí" horoseopïthy, who !»" nöw 85 years of a¿e, has so many patient* in Paris, that he is r.ompellei Lo tarn a portion of them over 1 o M is wiî'e, a lady who, having been cur:d, or having lanced ih^t shfi was cured"by' li«im<e«i:>a»bv. carried her «lo *<?r under rb<- imp tl Ne ol' «'lui' a"d ¿r+i\ i/d.-. sod ri -w a-sists him in hi* 'al??>-it-. A VO'.liJ C -e f ;< ;" st* ' Opie latter s« . i ". a- «< > .'? «'.lF.«sje HI ¡ i b a sif«« ot '.? -?' - * . >*> ty be "-MI a>i- ; .me Ti-- . - ._. . J r jev--s bei-:.-.^. g' ? : . ? -"-.i|- *» .il a '<>" . ; «. aiyi V ba»-- ti . I»«* - . «ra-ed, hu; it lound, wu! ¡ ^ri.jhy be put io death - Globe Ata ec nt annual meeting oí he Lon.i .> New G-meterv Compon», the chatrttmi 'batt -'eat plea-tire in atn'ocnci ig io «lie meeting 'h - grati fying fact that i- e burta « in thc cern< terv for the la...

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LONG VITALITY OF SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

LONG VITALITY OF SEEDS. THERE are few things more curious than the (act, thai the seeds of various plants and-flowers which have Iain dormant, at a depth under the surface of the earth, (or a succession of ages, have germi nated, either bj being ezpossd to the air, or the action of some compost or manure. White, in his " Natural History of Selborne,'* remarks on this subject-" The naked part of the hanger is now covered with thistles of various kinds. The seeds of these thistles may have lain probably under the thick shade of the beeches for many years, bot could not vegetate dil the. sun and air were admitted. When old beech trees are cleared away the naked ground, in a year or two, becomes covered with strawberry plants, the seeds of which must have lain in the ' ground foran age at least. One of the slidder» or trenches, down the middle of the banger, close covered over wt« h lofty beeches nearly'« century old, is sti'l called strawberry slidder, though no strawberries have grown...

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