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NEW ZEALAND. CAPTAIN HOBSON'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH THE NATIVE CHIEFS. From the late Sydney papers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

NEW ZEALAND. C APTAIN HOBSON S F! EST INTKBVIEW WITH THE NATIVE CHIEFS, í / om the late Sydney papers. H M.S. Herald, having.T board Captain Hobson, L.etiUnant Governor or" New Zealand, and suite, j arrived at the Bay ol' Island* on tte 29lb of .1 fumart . The proclamation was read a' the Ch'iicli, at Corrararika Beach, the following day, in the presence of a large concourse of people. On the 5 h Pebrua-y the principal chiefsand tribes assembled abreast of Mr. Busby's ('be Brhis'i - Consul) hons/-, when th* proclamation was ag«in rea l by the Rev. Mr. Williams, he<td»m'iasionarr «»f New Zealand. " A portion of the «biefs object d to .«he ttfw government at that tim'*, hot- on th<* - -folbiM ing day they again assemb'ed and nigned the tHea'y. Everv thing seemed to be duing well, and no doubt exists but ibe^Bay of- Islands will soon [>fcome a>T\velc<iiiie ha<hour for the venons wba ¡og vessels io refresh tn, instead of the sc ne - of" ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRENCH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

FRENCH PAPERS. Toe Paris pape»» are cl» if fly occupied with remark« and conjectures on the posiion of ibe French Catù«i«t. Louis Piiiliippe is said to be dissatisfied wi.h Iiis Ministers, who me rot so accommodating as their predecessors. The Journal des DèAs»*ka»iug in a sow what insidious article, complimented them nu adopting, the Kine's policy since their accession to «-ffice, the Moniteur h -s i been instruct d to insinuate their independence and ¡be consti»u'ional n .lure of their position as ret a'ds the Court. The Univers regrets that th*- French Govern ment had not anticipated the English in the colo nization of New Zealand. The some paper represents «fae Baron de Thierry as "a man of character! " a.«d lays much s> ress on the (act that he had been chosen King by the Chiefs of the Irlands of fkanamarvi and Ta>ai-Pn.in*mou, \ wher^ be oeignsa* "Charles the First ! -Donor \ Chronicle, Nov. 9. j - THE National says that the enquiries rp«pec- j ting New Zealand, set on f...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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EXECUTION OF PEYTEL FOR MURDERING HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

EKECGTION OF PEYTEL FOR MURDERING HIB WIFE. The execution of this murderer, whose case ha* excited the deepest interest in France, took place on Monday last, Nov. 4th, at Bourg. It will be remembered that Peytel .was, a notary of that town, «ho bad formerly.¿been a distinguished member of the Parisian press, enjoying the friendship aud acquaintance of Lamartine, M. de Balzac, Jules Jania, sad the leading |¡te'ary men. Peytel contracted a marriage with a young lady of property, and, there i» ts loo much nason to »»«peet with the intention of murdering her as soon as possible to acquire her fortune. At his piessing intercession »he made a will in bis favour, and was fire mouths enríente when she was found assassinated, a^ a so Peytel"s domestic, near the Bi tdçe of Ändert, Pey MÍ wa«- not suspec ed for ««nie time, as bis arory waa plausible. He »aid (bat bis servant shot bis" wife in the travelling carriage, and essayed to kjll him but pursued by Peytel, the master dashed out his dome...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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FATAL CHARTIST RIOTS AT NEWPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

FATAL CHARTIST RIOTS AT NEWPOET. OD Monday, November tbe 6di, a most lamentable Chartist riot took place at Newport, by which fourteen Chartists a<e statt d to hare been kided, and a number of others badly wounded. Some soldiers and the magistrate« of the place have also been wounded ; bot up to four o'clock on Monday, no other lives had been lost, save those of misguided Chartists, who are said to have bean led on by Frost, the ex-magistrate and Chartist laader. We copy the fellowing accounts fresa the morning papers of Tuesday : (FB0M TBE MORNING CHRONICLE.) Newport, Monday Afternoon. Thia morning about 1000. of the most desperate of ibe Chartists headed bj the notorious Frost, the Chartist delegate, assembled from the neighbouring bills, and made a most determined attack, commencing with the Westgate Hotel. They were «ell armed with naskets. swords. gan», and a small piece of cannon. The magistrates wan holding a sillihg at the Hotel, and the military, {45th) were imme...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ! THE Paris paper La France, asserts that the British Cabinet has officinlly communicated to the French Cabinet, the intended marriage of Qn>en Victoria with a Piince of Cobargo. TttE Prince A bert of S ixe Coburgh appears to be the Queen's constant companion in her devo tions at church, her morning rides and walks, ber ber dinner and evening parties. Lord Melbourne and Lord Palmerston-the fits* a'ways, the second generally, are among ihe guests nt Windsor. THE Globe bas announced that Lord Claren don is to be Lord Privy Seal, with a seat tn the Cabinet ; that Mr. Henry Tuffhell, Private Secre tary to Lord Minto, is to be the new Lord of die Treasury, and candidate to succeed Sir Edward Codrington at Devenport ; and that a son or Dr. Roney, o* Dublin, is appointed Secretar» to Mr. More O'Ferrall. A Baronet, who has, during several succes sive Parliaments, represented a remote Welch county on Conservative principles, hts H . involved himself in pecuniary difficul...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

VARI ETI KS. COOK'S VOYAGES-Died ou Fiiday fail, at hi« lodgings in Islington, a¡;ed upwards of 85, Mr. Wi llam Griffin-comm ni y called Griffiths in most accounts of bis great commander-who sailed as a petty officer on hoard the Resolution ^ with Captain Cook, during the ibird and last of these e*«r memorable voyages, ' which were clouded by the death of the renowned navigator at O wy bee, one of the Sandwich Islands, tn Fe bru «ry, 1779. This v< teran tonk an acive «nd perilous share in the conflict which terminated so f ital ly to Conk and a lew of bis people, and ranked, since «be death,, about 12 years ago, of. Colonel Phillips, who at tbe time al uded to, WHS a lieu'enaut of marines-, a« the »inly living relic of an expedition with which: ibe'honotsof Biilish seamanship are perpetoalif connected. A NEW DISCOVERY - A French chemist bas discovered a mode of tnakiog tallow candles, to resemble wax candles both in coLur and burning. The process «m ployed to convert the ...

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PERILOUOS ADVENTURE AT THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

PERILOUS ADVENTURE AT TOE FALLS OF MACABA. AN occurrence of tbe most f-ri: ling interest lately took place at Niagara Fails, attended witb immi iit-nt peril to -lie lires of two individnals, but re sulting in » nto»t happy and providential delive rance. Tbe new bridge io Iris Inland is pl.-nt*d in a Rightful rapid, where the carient is from twenty to thirty mites an hour, and iv only about one hundred or one hundred amt fifty yards above the great precipice or perpendicular fall. A car penter named Chapín was engaged with others in covering tbe bridge, and while at woik upon a . staging about one hundred f et from Iris Island» accidentally luvt his footing and was precipitated into the rapids, and in the twinkling of an eye swept away towards the great cataract. Speedy and inevitable destruction s -emed in await bim ; but fortunately he was uninjuied by the fall, and and even ni ibis most' bopeles* condition retained ^D+rfcci s* It'-jposstsfeion. Turning his eye toward the only poin...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atque decens curo, et [?] et omnis in hoc sum —HOR. EP. lib. 1, ep 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

Quit! ri-ru m at que tléèe-no euro, et rogo, ft omni* in h.c tum -.-Hon - Ki»~£ lib." t. ».!» t, V lt. ADELAIDE : THURSDAY/, APEIL 2, IH40 TliE chan »es and appointments auion^ th« Goveriimefl.4. officials, which we referred Co in our la»t, as about io take place, have since been amiütinct d in a supplement to Thursday's Gazelle. The lol owing is the foi«» «d' their an nouncement. Hi* Excellency ll»** Governor has accepted the resignation feudert-d l>v the Hotmiaide Robert Baiuaid, of the oßices of Advocate General, Cioun Solicitor, and Public Prosecutor o¡ this I Vonince. T!ie GovfMuor, lias been pleased to app-Miit Reheil .Rarnatd, ï^sq , io b< Ut »isirar lien» r.ií nf tins I/Voiiuce. Tue Governor-ha« b¿efi pleased to appoint \t iiiiam>ui I'.iH. Iwj.« ti» !M Advocat':al<* Geuj r «:, Crt »vt u Soin t?<«r. aii'i i'jjiilic L'iost-ciittir for this Pto vi »ce. . Aî ;« j;tr«îî=?i:r-oT Council holden ilu* day, Robert !iaj :.;..<!, *va« ap...

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SPECIAL SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

SPECIAL SURVEYS. Ä. meeting on the subject of special surveys, is, we perceive, advertised to be held at the sale rooms of Messrs. Beuth&tn and N*>ntnus, to-day, at eleven o'clck. T-fa^..meeting; is con vened with lite view- of**recai«Mng- the reply from Bis Excellency, i he Resi lient Commissioner, to the Memorial ?which was agreed to at the meeting ol the 23rd ult. We have purposely ab stained from touching upon (his -topic, until the whole subject was fully be fore us, but, as His Excellency's reply has now been received, we shall enter upon it at length in our next.

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NEW ZEALAND LAND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

NEW ZEALAND LAND* COMPANY. ? IN the Colonial Gazette, which has just corni tohand, we learn,that'a numerous and highlj respectable body of Ahe purchasers of land intending colonists, merchants and other: ; interested in the colonization of <New,-&ea land, dined together in the Trades' Hali Glasgow, on the-22nd-of October 1 astuto ce lebrate the departure of *iht» .first l>ody «: settlers from theJbanks of thc Clyde. Mr Dunlop, Provost of Glasgow, presided - on the occasion, and the company include«; . gentlemen nf all shades of politics and-pro fessions-Clergymen, Lawyers, Merchants' and Landowners. Tire routine toasts having ? been disposed of, The Revd. Dr. Macleod rose to propose th< health of Mr. Ale'karla oe, the gentleman, about to proceed wiih tbe settlement in the capacity of Chaplain. In continuation, the Revd. Gea1 tteman observed, that the occasion o; theil ' meet in ¡j that, night was singularly delightful. They had met to celebrate the t...

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MR. MACLAREN'S QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

MR. MACLAREN'S QUESTIONS. ^QUESTION 6 -What persons obtain employment in Atlelaide,or in any other town, if such there be ? Are there shopkeepers, or labourers, or servants, or mechanics, or clerks, &c. ¿tc, re - quired there? And what description of labourers, or servants, or mecha nies, fiiid employment in the country ? What rémunération is given to various classes? Since this question was penned, the circumstances of Adelaide with respect to the principal demands for labour are very considerably altered. At first the great demand was for men accustomed to every department in building-carpenters, joiners, brick layers, plasterers, &c. ¿tc. ; for every person who came was about to settle in Adelaide, or its immediate vici nity, and every one required to have a house or place of business erected < without delay. The demand for this -class of workmen was much greater than the supply. As soon as the first -settlers had their own houses erected, they turned t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

&alc* Iii? ^uültc Auction. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by N, Halles. On Monday next, April 6th, at 12 o'clock] oreciselv. at hi« rooms, Hindley-street. HOGSHEADS and twenty barrels of *?* * ale and porter 120 cross tobacco pipes, 2 gross tumblers A large quantity of flour and rice = 2 tons East india soap 20 bags pinger, Siam and Mauritius sugar After which, a variety of miscellaneous articles, viz.-mahogany case containing 13 vols. American Encyclopaedia, a pedestal Jamp, dressing glass, handsome double barrel guu in case, tea urn, table bells, milk sieves, butter prints, cooking utensils, a variety of brushes, hardware, &c Valuable Freehold Property. TO BE SOLD BY -AUCTION, By N. Hailee, On Wednesday next, April 8, unless prc viously disposed of by private contract npoWN ACRE 887, with the premises * thereon, the property of Capt. John W. Hurst. The land is: situated in Burton street, North Adelaide.; commands tnagnifi-; cant views of the mountains,-Hokiiast Bay, the No...

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

Soutïjem 3Ut&tiMltcin Office. rpHKf.»!lnwing'3r*»tîf«term«of th«»-« -ÎOITTHERN 1 ALTHAM \N, * which ÏH puhlithed rv*-ry Thtir-îl*v iwnrnimr. at the Office, corner of Ste \»ht»tiH-place. Runiiie street. PRICK TOK PWKR «»III -|»«»r.-»tti*n»»er.«vr 9. p«»r fi'inuin j»at«i i>i advance. Muhi«--i il«»rsHav** tUei»- pa pers »«»iit tn them if they deïjrf it. Attvfc« ri,K»iK »T-.-«-fi'ineM stfit umlec TeRch iii«*er -tinuj 6d x *"i>ve fi line«. Sd. |»erlii»« »rfver t'uemiîiitHi'.aim'itV received la'er than 4 o'clock on Werinesadv; and orders to «li trnnttnur Advertís» »ne>it* ,-WreadY inserted. m«<*t be sent to rlie «»ÍDre before S o'clock on Tnesdav. or they Miin.it h attetHed io. Advertisements inn«t be marked fhfe Mfimher nf tittie they are fo heLinserted, or they «rill he continued »»»tit conittêr.mWn-«ed. Ail ^*tr.r*it*imr% mû Ad*ertis*í¡n«íiit» ni«»t tie paid for »«advance. For New Zealand. Tosaîloîi\OihHpril. TH E fine new brièeiiiine AGE'NO-' §Üj~|^ RIA, J-...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

I m$Um Suterns deport } ARRIVAIS. MAI«CH29-Ti(e liáique Harvest Home, 3*8 too». Alexander T «M, Vtîrhtn ander, from Daudet having; lef( nu «he 23th Sfcpiemîier, wit': a s>ene,a' car»o. P.i«»i*ng^i8. ÓJní.'ind Miss W-irrr-n, aui* teu for ~ydn y. Co'<KÍ£ued 'o Girrait & Fisher. 1 Af ARCH 29-T tte bt fy ßrazil Packet, 172 ton«, , J oí m Johnson, commander, from Launceston, with a carao cousis ins; of 4,1 lons flour, 400 b^xes soap. 336 bags pout-«s.^onions apple«, timber, end -«u nd ri s. Passengers, Miss Fut ley, Captain ' vi an tu, Messrs. Jotia.Siiiiib, James S. Smith, I Edward Donn, James H" «re, and Wm. Jacks n. j Af ARCH 30- The scffwoner Elizabeth. 36 tons WiUiam S H.'es, mas ;'r'.;' from Launceston, with ' 17 tims flour, 530 husl/els oais, 125 bags bran, 1 3 ca-ks 1 case appItS f 4 bags oui .us, and 4 hhds. - cider. N»» passengers.-".' j SAILED. J MARCH 25-The barque india,500 lons.Capt. | Campbell, lor Port Piii jip ami SyiJney, wi$t» part of her original...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE PRACTICABILITY OF AN OVERLAND ROUTE TO SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

THE PH ATICA Bl Ll l'Y UV AN OVERLAND ItCTTE TO SWAN KI VEIL \\ F. sue indebted to the kindness ot Captain Gßtr for the following interesting notes on the practicability of an overland route to Kins George's Sound and bunn Hiver. We rejoice to find that, in Captain Grey's opinion theie. remains little doubt that a practicable rome will be eventually found, and it is certain that during the approaching winter season the at tempt will be innde under the direction of au experienced ** fiushman" : The distance from Port Lincoln to the nearest portton« of the colony of Western Australia at »viii, li kiipphes could he procured, is about ouu thosyatid and ninety miles, measuied in straight line«; Int owing to the indented character of the inter tenting rua6l line, it is impossible to measure a direct course between these two points. To traverse a cot. ni ry ot this extent, it would be n cessai y lo pass over at least fi steen hundred mile* ot ground. Lue discoveries have thrown much light ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

i AMERICAN NEWS. The most important topic discussed in the newspapers and letters of the United States up to latest date is the critical state ef the money market* The following is au extract <-f a leter from New York,, from the Geuevese Traveller, under date of Sept. 7th. " The money market is in a most deplorable condition. I have never witnessed a more severe pressure thaq has been experienced daring the past week tu Wall Street. The bonds of the (Jailed States Bank, payable at six to nine mooth-', were yesterday sold at a discount of 1£ per cent, per month, or at the rate of 18 per cent, per annum. These bonds are issued by die Bank in some instances for the relief of other institutions, a«id sometimes for mercantile note», where the bank is willing to aid, but unwilling lo issue its paper in a shape (bat may be returned upon it and specie demanded the next day. Iii* also said, but 1 do not know the fact, thal some of the issues are tor its own account in the form of ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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RASCALLY CONDITION OF EMIGRANT SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

RASCALLY CONDITION OF EMI GRANT SHIPS. It is a notorious fact that -hips which hive been ?condemned as unfit for Amber service in every trad*, are patched ap and chartered lo ronvey oat emigrants. 'Ä question may ame a« to how the latter is accomplished? to «fa ich we reply that it is managed by interest and jobbing. There are many shipowners between London Bridge and Blackwall, who posse*« sufficient influence to get a leaky water*butt, if they wished it. chartered to t*ke oat etuigrants or convicts. The tnoimous sacrifices of human life w^ich have taken place daring the last few years, through char ering un seawottbv vessels, ought to have been sufficient to have deurred the money-grubbing emigration specula'ors from risking people's lives in rotten ships in'future ; but such ts not the ca«e, inas much te there are, at the;pres»nt moment, se* vera! slíips in the port of London, fitting up to carry but emigrants, which ought at "nee to be condemned and broken np. \V<-cou...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NEW CONSPIRACY IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

NCW C3N5PIRACV IN PARIS. In conser|ii«>n<*e of inform Mian which Ind leached tlie authorities thatma«»y person« »Itodmd fn-nierlj ' belonged to secret «oeiHÎes were in the habit of a«»embling eland s'inel*, and -hat «hev were ! manufacturing ponder, cartri-lgrs, and bails, and a kind of bomb, containing halls a«<d powder, warrants w»rt* i ssa ed for he apprehi rsion ot these persn s. and a search was ord red in the places frequented by tb*ni. On Tuesday last, Nov. 5th, the po;ice entered a room at No 22, in the Rue des Lombardes, where they seized a trunk containing 05 parcel*, containing each a pound of gunpowder, and another containing 12 pounds, with several u'ensds 'or the manufacture af powder and cart'idge^, Three persons who were in fir's room were arrested. At No. 30, in the Rue ila G»obo»r¿ Montinir e, the poli -e found a baie containing 20 bombs or projectile s, packetl in oiled cloth, arid carefully tied up ; each containing a l»nond of powder in ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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EMIGRATION FROM IRELAND TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

EM IGRATION FROM IRELAND TO     SOUTH AUSTRALIA. In the Dublin Monitor of the 26th of   October last,a long Report is contained of the proceedings of a recent Meeting held at Loughrea, in the county of Galway, with the view of promoting     Emigration to South Australia. The meeting was attended by all the       influential landed Proprietors in and       about town. Mr. Torrens delivered a very long and able speech developing the Wakes td principle of colonisaion ;describing t t<uones-<ful opera ;     tioi.'tn .nulli Austral*-; and explaining the reasons for failure in attempts to colonise -on the principle of distributing -settlers by granting of' land over a large territory. Appearing a the special advocate of South - Australia, Mr. Torrens, with considerable skill, brought into strong light ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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EMIGRANT SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

EMIGRANT SHÍPS,     WE have elsewhere copied an aritcle     from a London paper - The Weekly Despatch - complaining of what that journalist rather unceremonioninusly styles     the rascaly condition of emigrant       ships. The grounds of the alleged complaint are-first, the chartering of vessels which are unseaworthy ; and, secondly, the doleing out of provisions   of unsufficient quantites, or of an in-     ferior quality. we may, perhaps, not   be able to specify particular cases, but we have little doubt, of the exis- tence of both grounds of complaint.   lt is trifling wiih the subject, to allege.   an opposition to these complaints, that   the vessels trading to South Australia,   or to any other colony, have arrived free from everything but ordinary ca &a...

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