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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

I ;. . VAN DIKUEK5 LAND. The Clip. -Complat- is «xe genet al thin year among those who have sheared their shrep, that the dtp has turned oat unusually li^ht.-Adver tir \ Tite $\\i\vSamuel hid arrived at Sydney (rom li-ind.in the 5ih A«au<', witn 6000 bus'>e-s of wit n' on noard,a>' of winch immédiat-'v teuized 7-. pe-bnsti<?!. Th.:-e pap s »tate that ad\ices hive !»»*. n r-«:.--iv--i in S»«i«er, of targe qttHnti'iep ?of »IF ai -+: -ni?.¡h erí* fi to die S'-pt' ruber'" ship* for; N -. Sc.«."« Wal. s ; the ha'-.est i'» th' taitiii r conn M "'i*i h¡¡ a ¡in a it one.-¡.Launceston Ad vertiser, !on, ¿8 Pedestrianism -Th- lon^-'alk-d of match be t*een AJf. Stï<iwe!>, S >t.c.tor. and Mr Wak* fiel.J, Survt-jor, of t:-¡ts town, o wa!k 120 roi e» *«icce* . «mr- off t'iis *e-k. »ed was .'*.ci<i««d m f vor of Mr. Walv fi-ld «ho accoi<ip:j«hed his fa-t- in fo ty hours and th' e quartern, including stoppages amounting to Ö boors an...

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

U - A gentleman lately an ¡ved ia the colony laving travelled through- Southern India, and P art of Africa, nu ia contemplation an object Mifcely to be of much benefit ; viz. that of forming lan association for the purpose of getting up an {'expedition to travel from hence to Port Adelaide, jor the head of Spencer'« Gulf, and from thence to *Gulf Carpentaria, being tbe narrowest part of |New Holland. A prospectus of tb« exp ditton, jjtvith the nearest actual eirpence attending it. will Whorl ly appear for the information of the enterpri sing H. in bit a ms of New South Wales.-Sydney ¡Paper. j Steam Bonis,- We understand that the settler« fi< Pot Pi.:ll;p aie about m send to Europe for a ^?-am" 'i-Mi, to p!v between Port Phillip and {*?; ., Lrfñí.o . nr.- md ' lobartTown. A com j-3 'J is in ?...'jiie-s of formation in Sydney I - fifoeu '3b * fits! ¡at- «.team boat front England (o j,y ùeiwetn Sydney and New Zealand. VVe U!ider*i%ad the shares are all iahen up. - Ibid. . . ...

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

rÎ^HÎSf.»«owïuyari».the termsof t|ie'« SOÜTHE^NÍ 1 AÜ-STttAMAN, ' which is published è**ry\ Tauriáay morning, at the Office, comer $f Me-' pheus-place. Hundle .street. r PRICKorTHU PAPKB. -la perautnber.er i .-|W¡ aonnio patd in advance. >ubsc, ibera ha*« ift«i»" |}a-; pera sent to then if they desir* it. r . j AOVBarttSKg Hilmes and under [eathjuser-j tiou]*i.6d i above 6 íiues. sd- per line-Adirer-J; tUements cannot lie reçeiv**d laier luau * pTplock «nj Wedneaady; and orders to divontinue A«wwti«r4 ments .already inserted, must be sent tn t^e ofice befaré;? oTplocJk on Tues.tay, or they carnot b-v attend ed to, Advertisement* must be (narked) thfc number of time* they are tn be iuse*ted,or[ they trill bc continued until conn»rfl*»««JW" I ' All" Sabscriptious ¿nd AjvertiseuieM*-^"** *>e| paid for in advance. ' ! For New-^aland, To follow the " New Zealonder." THE fine new brigantine AGENO |tj KIA, J- W. HURST, Commander.' Has exceBeni accommodation for passengers,' and will ...

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

For London direct. .TOE KATHERINE STEWART _FORBES, burthen 500 tons, ALFBED FELL, Esq, Commander, is now anchored off the Port, and having ei.gaged 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 OB board; at the South Australian Com pany's Commercial Office ; or to HACK, WATSON, & Co* THE barque MARY RIDGWAY, _ Capt. Stephens, is now discharging cargo from Sydney and Port Phillip. Consignees are requested to send craft alongside for their goods without delay. The vessel will return to Sydney, calling at Melbourne. For freight or passage apply to JOHN MORPHETT. Asent to the Vessel. ON Sale by the undersigned, 10,000 sheep of the celebrated flocks of Messrs. Icely & Co., now on their way over-land from New South Wales. Apply to Wm. S. PETER, with whom «amples of the wool may be seen. To the Ladies of Adelaide. JUST received, a...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. BARQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR.   BARQUES.       AUGUSTUS, 138 tons, Gordon, from Singapore discharging. J Walker, agent. BRANKEN MOOR, 373 tons, Smith, from London,—discharging, J. Walker, agent. GUIANA, 303 tons, Hogg, from the South Sea     Fishery —discharging. S.A. Company, owners.     INDIA, 493 tons, Campbell, from Greenock—   discharging. Murray, Greig & Co., agents. JOHN, 473 tons, Smith, from London—dis- charging. J. Morphett, agent. MARY RIDGWAY,218 tons, Stephens, from Sydney and Port Phillip—discharging. J. Morphett, agent. CITY OF ADELAIDE, 280 tons. Donaldson— J. Morphett, agent. BRIGS. HAMILTON, 278 tons. Bradbury, from Law neston-clearing for Portland Bay. J. Walker, agent. PORTER, 250 tons. Mut ray, from Port Lin coln-clearing for Port Lincoln. vY. F. Porter, agent. SCHOONERS. VICTORIA, 28 tons, Hutchinson, from Kings cote-discharging, j MINERVA, from Ki...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et ominisi hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. i, ep. i, v ii. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH, 5, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

Qty* Southern fltogfraKan. Quid verum atqtte Mecen s euro, et rogo, et atnrtiMz hoc $ um.-HOR.ÊP., lib.l, ep-l,v li. ADELAIDE : Thursday, MARCH. 5. 1840. WE were very well aware, notwith standing the cogency of our state ments last week, that we should not succeed in convincing the Register of our correctness ; for the old saying is perfectly true, that a man cannot be convinced against his will. The fact is, he is the completest master of the art of evading it has ever been our lot to meet with, It requires no small shrewdness to detect his sophisms ; and perhaps the better way would be to throw the whole of his talking aside as abounding in them to such a degree as to Tender every Word of it of no value. We remember the story which relates, that when one had been utter ing a most elaborate and intricate argu ment which issued in a false concio   sion, a person who heard it said, "I   cannot detect the faults in the reasoning, but sure I am by the result t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 March 1840

MARRIED— On the 29th February, by the Rev. C. B. HOWARD, at Trinity Church, John, se- cond son of George Allan, Esq., of Allan Vale, Launceston, to Eliza, second daughter of Captain Lipson, R. N. DIED.— On the 14th January, on board the Mary Ridgway, at Port Phillip, W. CHESSER. ESQ., Captain of the ship, and formerly Commander of the Coromandel.

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

gale* íiy public gtatiimt. -?». -TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. by N. Halles, On Thursday next, March 5tb, 1840, at bi» Rooni« Hindley «treat,* DOZEN Essenes of anchovies (pints) 2 Jo. mushroom ke chup do. 3 do. prepared horse-radish 20 do. Gorgona anchovies (1 lb s&oares) 9 di. French olives (pints) 12 do. French capers (half pinta) 2 do. ditto (p*'»ts) I do. Harvey's sance (half pints) 1 do. Reading do. (pint») 10 Cwt. ginger 5 do. black pepper 10 Tons of Siam sugar 2 do. Mauritius do. 6 Dosen (I lb) bottle« of Epaojn salts 6 do. cases of patent barley 2ÍK) Bags of flonr 2 T«ns rice 100 Gallons sperm > il IS Chests hyson-skin lea G Boxes of Manilla cigars A quantity of loaf sogar 1 Ton of dates 20 Cases of soup andhoalU 1Ö0 lbs of ba le s Stable lantborna Butter stamps 2 Tea-am* House bells of all sizes 6 Pair fire-dogs Stone-masons chisels Sheep-markers Brass knobs for drawers &c, &c, Ste, Time of Sale, 12 o'clock. SALE OF MERCHANDIZE AT THE PORT. Smith ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

VAN DiEilFN's LAND. COALS.-Tb« seam of fine coals found at South port has been the means of calling into existí ace a coal company with a capital of £20,000 consisting of 500abares at £50 each, which are all taken add are at a high premium. A députai ¡on of the gen tlemen connected wi h the company had an inter view wiib the Colonial Secretary on Wednesday last, when Mr. Forster stated that the local go vernment were favourably disposed to the objects nought by the com pani -viz. tho lease of tbe land at Southport fur a term of years. A committee of management ts already formed, and we believe Mr. John Mu-docb will be named mauaging director. The company will commence operations «t a time most auspicious for it* success, as the senior com missariat »nd ordnance officers are about makin? representations against the coal bom Pott Arthur. The working of the shaft at Southport will be of mure benefit to the oolony than even many of the most sanguine shareholders can suppose, indepen den...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. (From the Port Phillip Herald, Feb. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

- I ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. {From the Port Phillip Herald, Feb. We were enabled in «¡ur last num ber through tl»p promptitude of our va lued correspondent in Sydney, to give the principal feature's of the English j intelligence received in Sydney by the Janies Pattison, which vessel made the passage from the Land's End in the un paralleled short space of $2 day«*. By the Christina we have received Syduey journals to the 14th inst, inclu sive, fr«»m which we alean the following i summary of Eu»Ii*h intelligence. The United States' Bank failed on the 10th October ; the event, though forese n, seems to have created great excitement in England, where the effect of the failure cannot but be deeply felt. The Sydney Herald gives the I following account of the banks con nected with the United States' bank, 1 whose suspension of payments is an nounced, or immediately expected-: " AU lb« banks in Philadelphia, except the Commercial^ all those throughout the stale of Pennsylvania are stated to. ...

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NEW BOOKS.—(FROM THE COLONIAL GAZETTE.) Sir Year's Residence in the Australian Provincen ending in 1839; exhibiting their capabilities of Colonization, and containing the History, Trade, Population, Extent, Resources, &c. &c. of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, and Port Phillip; with an account of New Zealand. By W. Mann, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

I NEW BOOKS.-(FROM THE'COLON I AL j GAZETTE.) Sûr ï«r i -Residence in the Australian Provinces, ending in 1639; exhibiting their capabilities af Colonization, andcontaining the History,Trade, Population, Extent, Resources, éîc. iÔçc. of New South Wales, VOM Diemen*-* Land, Hfuth Aus tralia, and Port Phillip ; -wuk an account oj Kew Zealand. By W.Maun, E»g THE AUSTÄALIAN PROVINCES. Mr. Mann appears to have left En2land i 7i 1831, anil to have ii nal ly souled in Van Diemen's Land. Ile has also visited New Smith Wales, Port Phillip, and South Australia; the last vie -should think, un his homeward voyage. H is book consists of, rather an elabo rate description nf Van Diemen'« Land, a less ¡full account ot' New South Wales* a still »holler one of South Australia, and a passing notice of Port Phillip. The *' Account of New Zealand," spoken of in the titlepage, is a short and commonplace description of the country, taken from Ifate'sbook, with a parcel of Jettera frc« aative con verts,ext...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

A VARIETIES. ¿England is a priviledged Nation /-On one *p&Vol ber b isl orv sbe can look wi b unmixed t>«&respect> Wilb i be exception of lite promut gwtíon bf Christianity, I know not a more mora1 dtat-se glorious «s tbe long, panful, and victo rious* struggle of ber philanthropists against -that conceittrati'-n of -all horrors, cruelties, and ce»«ie«,-the slave-trade. Next to this ber re cent. Emancipation Act is the moot signal ex pression affb drd bj our times of tbe p ogress ot civilization and a parer Ch i»tianity. Ob i ber nations ba ve 'won imperishable bono» by'bernie struggles for their own rights ; but there wa« wanting the example of a nation espousing with disinter-stedne»s, and amidst great obstacles the rights of tho*« who hid «o claim but that of common humanity, the rights of (be most falito of tb« lace. Great Britni", loaded with -aa unprecedented d«-bt, and with a grinding tax ation, oontraoted a new debt of a hundred mit "lion of dollars to ...

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THE USE OF A BANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

IHR ÜSE OF A BANKER. BY Leepmg a hanker your tuouey will be U>dged in a place of security. You have now £50, or £100, or perhaps sometimes £200, that you keep in your oAvii house; you take it up into your bedroom at night, and when you go out on Sunday you carry it in your pocket, ---your house may be b oken by thieves, .or your premises may take fire, and the anoney may be burnt. Buteven should you escape Joss, you cannot escape [anxiety. \\ hen yon have a little more j money than usual, you have fears and j aju*reheusions lest some accident should occur. Now, you will avoid all this trouble by ke<*piti£ a banker. ¡ The bank* r will not only take care of your money, hut also of anything else you may commit to his charge, j You can get a sma-ll tin box with your name painted ott it, and into this box . you catt put your will, the lease of your j house, policies ol -insurances, and any [ deeds or other documents that require particular care. You can send this box to you...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. BARQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. BARQUES. AUGUSTUS^ 138 toos.Gordon.from Singapore di«charginM. J Walker, agent. BRANKEN MOOR, 373 tuns, Smith, from London,-discharging. J* Walker, agent« GUIANA, 303 tons, Hogg, from the Somh Sea Fishery-discharging. S.A. Cmnpany, owoers. INDIA, 493 tons. Campbell, from Greenock discharging. M arrav. Greig & Co., agents. JOHN, 473 tons. Smith, from London-dis charging. J. Morphett, agent. MARY RIDGWAY, 218 ions, Stephen«, from Sydney and Port Phillip-discharging. J Morphett, agent. CITY OP ADELAIDE. 280 tons,Donaldson. J. Morphett, agent KATHERINE STEWART FORBES, 600 tons. Fell loading for London. Hack and Watson, agents. 0 RISS A. from Plymouth-discharging. SEPPl NGS, from Ca'cotta-discharging. j BABOO, from Liverpool-discharging. TO M ATI N, from Greenock-di -charging BRIGS. HAMILTON, 278 tone. Bradbury, from Lana cestonc earing fo.- Portland Bay. J.Walker,, aaent. j PORT KR, 250 toni». Mut rsv. from Port Lin coln clearing for Pori Lincoln. W.F.Porter,...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

^ORIGIN AL CORRESPONDENCE. - ^-r- 1 Te the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR,-I de ni it doe lo myself to coffer * fVw observations in answer to a ' latter from IIt. Gilbert, inserted in tbe Register of the 29th ultimo : . Fr«*n Mr. Gilberts remarks it would -appear . IliBtjr^bave myself to síame for tbe noB-jiqoi d«(ion of my ftoéoant against (be Governraieat, ' alluded to lately bi tb* Setdliern Australian. This T deov- IWy accoant lias al» ays (aa respects items and date'*) b^en Sént in in ib'è «fine i form and to the same department, and trat until tbe'preièîit'Vim^bâa'lbjBrê b^n ihe siT«Iit~sf inti mation made to roe, either ns to the 'cotifotedness of ray account, of á« to any «. disciepancieft*' tn it ;-I oàîinnt but tbirik if strange that if cocb ha l exss'ed, «b* Colorai 'Storekeeper shoolct Limcelt have erT certified my a«*coont*as correct. The fact "i« simply this-the l'eim» in mr account npif nil delivered at ihr- e distinct Mm.-s, riar. on the 27«h Vrh tiary, the C...

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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. i, ep. i, v ii. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MARCH, 12, 1840 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

grtje Sotttfjrnt australian. Quidverwn atque decent euro, et rogo, et omma in tinctum.-HOB.. KP., lib. 1, eu. l,v ll. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY, MARCH, 12, 1840 WBLÏ», we have now the promissory note of the Register on behalf of the Colonial Commissioner, that all the bills drawn by the latter on the Com missioners will be duly honored in Eng land. Our contemporary has at length been induced to meet us on the point at I issue, aud therefore once more the cnn - ; tro veray bas been drawn into a small compass. In our last, and repeatedly before, we have expressed our readi ness to be convinced by fair and le gitimate proof, on the real matter in dispute. Now, then, let the Register for once in his life, stick to his text ásd demónstrate his position, and we have nothing more (o say. The wri ter says : ** One pt iot-and so far as the credit nf the Government and the safety ot the Colonists are at present caneen ed, it ii the material one -is placed beyond «ll doubt vt question, namely, that ...

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EXTRACTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

EXTRACTS. - a j SYDNEY. LAUNCH or THE " VICTORIA" STEASS BOAT - O a Monday last a considerable concourse of people was attracted to Mr Korffs shipbuilding yard« Hunter's River, in consequence of tts being generally known tbat the Victoria steamboat was to be launched. Tbe Tamar was to bave left Sydney on Saturday evening, but in consequence of tbe patent slip being out of repair, instead of getting off tbe slip on Saturday morning» as was expected, she did not get off until Sunday morn ing fat half past eight, and consequently it wa* eleven o'clock on Sunday before she was loaded and ready to start, whteh she did with about 40 passengers. She bad on deck eighteen horses, and two -bolts, vbicb is á^great deal more top* «eight Ibas « vessel of her towage ought to be allowed to cany. The Tosser arrived at Nest castle on Monday morning, where she remained until nearly six o'clock, wheo she started up th« river and arrived at Mr. Korffs about nine o'clock, where she landed Mr. E Manning,...

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LONDON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

LONDON MARKETS. I WOOL-The public sales of colonial and other Wools commenced on the 17th. and conclu ded on the 24Û\ The prices were ra; her lower, but the decline was not so great as might have been expected from the unsettled state of the monetär j affairs ; ibe total quantity pot np was 6150 bales Australian, 1080 Tasmanian, 927 Port Phillip, and 75 Cape ; Sjdney wools of middling and -fine quality have declined 2d to 3d per lb. The Vau Diemen's Land and Port Phillip wools have fully supported the prices in the last London sales, being by far the most part sound and srapled, though gene rally not well got up. The following are the pri ces obtained :' Australian clothing, first quality, in fair condition, ls lOd to 2s 7£d, ditto dry and bosky Is 7d to 2s, ditto scoured 2s 2d to 2s 3£d, second quality, dry and bosky, ls 4d to ls 7d ; lambs, ordinary, ts 6d to ls ll}d, pieces and locks, ls to ls 5|d, unwashed 6d to ls 3£d, no combing in the sales. Tasma nian no superior combing off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

Notice to Consignees per Orissa from London & Plymouth. "THE above vessel having reached her moorings at Port Adelaide,   will commence discharging cargo on Friday' next, the 13th instant, and consignees are hereby requested to send craft alongside' immediately. CHAS. BECK & CO. Agents to the Vessel.] Adelaide. 11 March, 1840. For Port Phillip, Will be despatched in about ten days. »THE fine barque ORISSA, A 1. _em 330 tons per register, JAMES BROWN*, Commander. For freight or passage apply to CHAS. BECK & CO. Adelaide, 1 ltb March, 1840. ? F or Port Phillip and Sydney. To sail in eight days, *S5L TH E fait sailing Barque SEPPINGS, Aft^Sy CORRY RAWLINS, Commander. This vessel has superior accommodation for passengers and carries a surgeon. For freight or passage apply to the Corn mander, orto FLAXMAN & ROWLANDS. Presbyterian Church. LISTof Subscriptions towards the erection   of a Presbyterian Church inAdelaide : £. s. d. Amo...

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 March 1840

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY (CONTINUED.)   JOHN-FIFLDFR was charged with steeling a     bottle of lime juice and a jar of arrow root from the shop of Mr. Peek, Rundle-street. The jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment. JOHN MURPHY waa charged with stealing a .filley, »he property of John Miller, of Hindmarsh. The.jury lound bim not guilty, and he was discharged. JOHN WHITEHOUSE and-ROBERT M'LEAN were placed at the bar, charged with having sto'en six bottles of ale from the premises of Mr. Crater, at the Tiers, on the 4th Keuruary laM. Evidence being- adduced, the jury acquitted M'Leas and found Whitehouse guilty. Sentence -three mouth's imprisonment and hard labour. THl'RSOAY. Wi: MAM KAYE alias JaSern NAII.OR, was convicted ot «tea fin- tb iee weights from the shop of William Goldsnck nn the 11th January last, and was sentenced to one month's hard labour. ' WILLIAM BEST, bulcher, Hindley-str...

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