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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

FRANCE. The King of France seemed to have placed   himself in rather a strange position by his dismissal of his ministry and the appointment of another. The following on this subject we copy   from the Sun of March 23:—       "The [?] results of the attempts to form a   new Ministry [?] confirms the opinion which     well informed persons had long ago entertained of     the character of Louis Philipe. Taking the most     favourable view of the present state of parties in     France, and the current of public opinion in that   country for the last ten years, it is hardly possible to come to any other conclusion than that he is speepily working out his own destiny by obsti- nately persevering in the attempt to establish a despotism in a country that has unequivocally pronounced in favour of li...

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EN[?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

ENGLISH NEWS. the Adriadne, from Greenock, April 11, arrived here on Tuesday. she brings no mail, but all have been [?] [?] with a few English papers. The Marquis of Normanby, is Secretary of State       for the Colonies, in the room of Lord Glenelg.         A dissolution of Parliament, and consequently a gnereal election, was talked of. On Thursday, the 15th March, a debate took       place in the House of Lords, on the subject of the present state of Ireland which [?] [?] doing left in a minority. In commenting on this debate, the Morning Herald observes— "The House of Lords has virtually censured her Ma- jetty's ministers." No vote of the House of Commons can return that censure. The House of Lords has virtually taken the government of [?] land out of the hands of the whig administra- tion. Let Lord John Russell fret and fume as   &amp...

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

PORT LINCOLN. It gives us much satisfaction to learn that Port Lincoln is about to give a decided proof of its progress in the establishment of a news-   paper The Port Lincoln Herald, the first number of which appeared some time ago in Adelaide, will be published in a few weeks at Port Lincoln; Mr. Dehane being about to     remove his printing establishment from this city for that purpose. The last arrivals from the Port confirm all our previous accounts of the qualities of the soil in the neighbourhood. We have been fa- vored by a friend with the perusal of a letter dated July 31 , addressed to him by a Clergy- man of the Church of England, who had pro- ceeded to Port Lincoln with the view of settling there, extracts from which we have been kindly permitted to publish. We are to under- stand that since that letter was written, the   inhabitants have solicited the Reverend Gen- tleman to remain among them. Measures are about to be taken for the erection of...

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ARRIVAL OF MR. HAWDON OVERLAND-CARRIAGE ROAD TO PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

ARRIVAL OF MR. HAWDON OVER- LAND—CARRIAGE ROAD TO PORT PHILLIP. We have the satisfaction to announce the ar- rival from Port Phillip, the Portland Bay and the Glenelg, of our esteemed friend Joseph Hawdon, to when, in conjunction with Mr. Bonney, the province of South Australia is indebted for first opening the route overland to New South Wales. Mr. Hawdon, accompanied by Lieutenant A. M. Mundy, late of the 21st Regt., drove the whole way in a light tandem! In our next we shall have the pleasure of laying before our readers the particulars of this inter-   esting expedition, with which Mr. Hawdon has kindly promised to furnish us. In the mean-   time the following brief notice from Mr. Hawdon will be acceptable : — "My friend Lieut. A. M. Mundy, late of 21st Regt., and myself, accompanied by one servant, left Melbourne on the 12th of July,   and arrived at Adelaide on the 12th of August, driving a tandem the full distance. Having occasion to pa...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

VARIETIES. A CONDOR SAPPLED—An American vessel arrived at Leghorn, has brought to Lurope a Semor Martin Oataya, his son Patnelo, and a racer of a new description, which Senor Martin has Mi.ceeded in famiiit.' with wondrous clexteritv This nun-is a Condor of Hi.' Cordilleras, ofeii. <;nnoiis size, tin- extent hetween the Iwo extre mities of his extend <1 wines luring thirty-two feet. Hi- has lieen iviileivd so aiid tract able that iM-uiiti 0.-it.-iya'r. Sim uses liiui as a Iki:>.". gets oil his t.aci:, nut] to the astonishment ■ ii? all. Ilirs with liiiu Id an immense height Yum.n Pmnclo m:iti:ip'S !>i::: as tasily us it liorsrc hy tl.c means of a lillli'stick with a steel point Ii- fn-*t asrension took place on the i.ith ultimo, at noi.-ii. He rose from the I'r.ivc d'Anr.c*. ami at :i certain elevation jontijr I'uuielo <.\ n)l \ n j, ati'l saluted tl;e I.C(;li.:iti p-ople hv v.avi,^ Jus li:n«!!--eivhii?f. Me iu'X! cot astride his steed, and tli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

ADVEUTISKMKNTS. 4 JTAII adtvitUinienti must be paid for previous to inscrti'in, «>ites furmirded 67 siic/i of' our friends as have opined monthly accounts at 1 the Oilier.,- and Advertisers <u>: riqitmtcd jiarlinihrtij to notice that udrntisinifuts «;«•<. ii.v.ifr.i wdl Uf ri?itiuu<?( n.iil ehnrip'd «?r unl,ss cumdvrnuindi'd by tix o'clock on Tiuua day tirniiu). POH lON D O N l> lIIKCI, To mad froii /'«,!< in !•'«■ «■"•'? Vari c'f < A'civmlwr, ~*.;, rsiiir. harqiie KAIIiAI !SK\ "f!W*t k S?I-:"AHT /-WKK/i.S. i ru^4?^^^ hiiitJu'ti .v«> tons, Aitui.l) Fkli, %<lHP^^ff|P? '' 'll' h''ov<- v.->*«el li.w vny mi]><- liol vi>«:uiii---...itit)ii!< !"f |i.i— pnt.TS. mid lln- wiuiii ofti.'i ■!.■:(! wii >: iit h.-ii:.: nx'.fcv.i. .-!..|i-i^ >•: W0..1 art r.'qtu-Mi-.! t-> i^>'' " -' r.-v:nu>s. k othuriviM- Tin- sllip W'K jiiorii-u In !i"h.ilt luW;. to (Mlllliii...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.   August 13 —The barque Ariadne, 475 tons, from Greenock April 11, with passengers and general cargo. A vessel is reported to have arrived last night, supposed to be the Georgiana, which sailed from Leith Roads on the 14 March, with seventy passengers and a cargo of goods. DEPARTURES August 12—The barque Seppings, 344 tons Captain Rawlins, for Madras and Calcutta. Pas- sengers -Charles Flaxman, Esq., his lady, and family ; Mrs Murray and family. August 13. — The ship Hoogley, 500 tons Captain Baily, for Calcutta. Passenger-J. M.   Phillipson. Esq. August 16.—The Brig William, Captain Thorn,   for Launceston. with passengers. The Generilly, 1000 tons, was to sail from Greenock for South Australia shortly after the   departure of the Ariadne. The Superb, 620 tons was to sail from the same place for this colony in the middle of June.

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MR. JOHN BROWN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

MR. JOHN BROWN AGAIN. THE XX-Emigration Agent has been writing letters to the Southern Australian for some weeks past, and, with the modesty of true genius, charges us in his last homily with "persevering endeavours to keep his name       prominently before the public!" We assure       Mr. John Brown that we shall not attempt impossibilites. All our concern with the gentleman has been limited to putting down                   some impudent [?] which we have chosen     to publish. In one of his recent epistles   he states that in consequence of our having   personally abused him in our paper of the 13th April last, he had complained to the Governor     and obtained a pledge from his Excellency that     "if Mr. Stevenson [?] in to produce             his name coupled with any [?] [?] excepting...

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ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

ADELAIDE RACES. The August Meeting took place on Thurs-   day last being the Anniversary of the Estab- lishment of the Colony. The weather was fine, and a considerable consourse of people assembled on the course.   The first race was a match for twenty guiness between Mr. Fisher's blk g. Blackthorn, and           Mr. Jones's gr. g. Charley, which was won by   Blackthorn. The second was a hundle race—two mile       heats, six leaps—which was won by Mr. Bull's     ch. g. Pueb, beating Mr. Sturt's b. g. Bay Botany. The next was a Hack race, two mile heats, catch weights, which was won by Mr. Hand-   cock's b. m. Miss [?], she beating Mr.     Bull's g. m. —Mr. F. Jones's b. g.     Wanderer, and Mr. Glesser's ch. m. Adelaide. The Timor pony race, two miles, catch weights...

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THE MILNER ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

THE MILNER ESTATE. WE have received the following letter from Captain William Allen, one of the purchasers   of the Milner Estate.— To the Editor of the South Australian Register. Dear Sir—l will thank you to correct the state- ment of the Milner purchase, signed Geo. M. Stephen and William Allen, inserted in your pa- I am. Sir, Your most obedient servant, WM ALLEN. [?], 12th August, 1839. (Signed) GEO. M. STEPHEN. WM. ALLEN.     A true copy—R. BERNARD. Witness-R. Bernard, Advocate-general. per of the 1st of June last, without my knowledge or consent. I should have requested you to do so ere this, had I not expected to find, in every pa- per, Mr. Stephen had done it himself, as recom- mended by his Excellency the Governor, in my     presence, as the most straightforward conduct he     could adopt; but, after I left Government-house   Mr. Stephen told me, at his office, it was arra...

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TIMES TELESCOPE. PUFFS PROSPECTIVE. FROM MATHDA M. TO JULIA D. Adelide, August 5, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 17 August 1839

TIMES TELESCOPE. PUFFS PROSPECTIVE. FROM MATHDA M. TO JULIA D. Adelide, August 5, 1849. Mainna M. My dear Julia—I promised to enliven your solitude on the shores of Lake Alexandrina with an account of our doings in this gay capital. A whole month has assed since we landed in this delightful country, but I have been in such a con-     stant whirl of amusement that I can hardly believe   the evidence of my own journal that such a length of time has elapsed since we parted. On Monday last my kind friend, Mrs. W. offered to chaperone me to the Regatta at Glenelg, which you know is about seven miles from this city, and I gladly availed myself of her kind offer, as I had heard that all the bean monde of Adelaide would be pre- send on the occasion. Unfortunately, one of the carriage horses was lamed the day before our intended jaunt, by the carelessness of the black coachman, and we made up our minds to go down by "the first train" to Glenelg. Accordi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Secibd article and communications infesded for this week must stand over. He regret, in particular, to be obliged to det'r till our next a paper on the relyious and election [?] of the [?] tfl</i(iu* 'l'eai«''tii>'iiis;t !!„■ 15.11 a '.! --'.i . ■ ... , :■. a

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Aug. 18—The schooner Victoria, 28 tons, from Encounter Bay. 21 The brig Louisa, 200 tons, Travenor, master, from Sydney, July 11, and Port Phillip, with a general cargo. DEPARTURES. Aug. 19.—The schooner John Pirie, 105 tons. Captain Hay, for Sydney. 19.—The ship Sir Charles F0rbes, 363 tons, Captain Laing, for Batavia, in ballast 21.—The schooner Abercrombie, 124 tons, Capt. Crew, for the Mauritius. 21.—The schooner Sally Ann, 56 tons, Captain Saunders, for Portland Bay and Launceston. The John Calvin, 490 tons, was loading at Greenock for South Australia and Sydney in the beginning of April.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

IMPORTS. August 17.—The barque ARIADNE, 501 tons, G. McLeod, master, from Greenock, with 108 pasesngers:- 1 case bellows, 2 grindstones, 3 bales linens and cottons, 1 trunk tanned skins, 3 tierces paints, 30 cans oil, 1 box saddlery, 5 bales plain cottons; 1 bundle copper, 3 bundles frying pans, 1 bale 4 boxes colored cottons, 4   cases shoes, 1 hhd. leather, 1 case worsted hosiery, 1 case small wares, 2 cases felt hats, 2   carts, 4 ploughs, 12 cart wheels, 4 boxes agricul-   tural implements, 1 bundle cart shafts, 4 iron axles, 1 box, 2 barrow wheels, 1 barrel tar, 1 truss woolen cloth, 2 boxes wooden chair frames, 1 cask garden seeds, 4 boxes wearing apparel, 1 roll wax cloth, 50 firkins butter, 1 box cottons and woollens, 1 bale printed cotton, 3 cases crockery and preserves, 14 casks provisions, 1 box 1 cask ironmongery, 1 box a canvass tent, 3 axles, 9 boxes 1 cask 11 barrels ironmongery and fur- niture, 2 chests drawers, 5 casks 10 trunk...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE MARKETS-Week passes after week, and no arrivals; and the drain by exportation continu-   ing unabated, the price of course must keep on the increase. There are no purchasers but from necessity. The distresses of the avowed poor,   and of the next class, who are silently, yet not the less severely, suffering, are indeed grevious, and would be attended iwth publicly apparent calami- tious consequences, were it not for private charity and the Benevolent Society. Wheat remains as   high as prices can be obtained—from 17s. to 2os.— other aritcles in proportion. Meat is scarce and dear— mutton 8d. beef 7d. per lb. by the quarter.— Murray's Review, July 23 The Weather—Yesterday the temperature   experience a considerable fall, with flying showers of rain, occasionally sleet. We regret that the barometrical appearances indicate no change in the so long continued drought. The accounts from   the interior ...

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LETTER THE SECOND. From ON iRISH Gentleman to his Friend at Home. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

LETTER THE SECOND. From an IRISH Gentleman to his Friend at Home. DEAR J.—I never write to you without telling you good news, for when I have no news I don't write at all. I know you are anxious as to the success of the infant colony and our prosperity, therefore I won't tell you any thing of our domes- tic life until I say a few words on our rapid strides towards civilization, which I hope in time will   make us once more feel those [?] joys which we left behind us for ever. When last I wrote to you I mentioned our noble river; then, if you wanted to cross it, you had to wade or climb on the trunk of a fallen tree or go a long way up the river to find a ford, or step across it; but now (such is our prosperity) these difficulties, which were a great bar to commence, are overcome, and   you actually walk over a capital bridge, with the   running stream fretting itself against the uprights. Were I a moralizer I might ponder here, for there is, in...

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PORI VICTORIN AND PORT ST. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

PORT VICTORIA AND PORT ST. VINCENT. JAMES H HUGHES, Surveyor to the Adelaide Survey Association. The following Report to the proprietors of the Special Surveys which include these fine har-   bours, by Mr Hughes, the Surveyor, will be read with great interest. It confirms in all particulars the previous accounts we have from time to time published:—   PORT VICTORIA — The first selection made by the Adelaide Survey Association, is situated on the western side of Yorke's Peninsula, or on the   eastern side of Spencer's Gulf, at the point shown     upon Flinder's chart as Point Pearce. The spe- cification of the Special Survey includes four har-       bours. The first is under the lee of Wardang Island (formerly considered as Point Pearce), here, ves- sels drawing 18 feet water may lie perfectly shel-   teted from every wind, being protected on the west by Warding Island...

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. We have this day the satisfaction of laying before our readers Mr. Hawdon's inte-   resting journal of his recent expedition over-   land from Melbourne, Port Phillip, to Adelaide. It will be seen that Mr Hawdon, accompanied by Lieutenant Mundy, late of the 21st regiment accomplished the whole distance in a light   tandem, leisurely and without difficulty, within     a:.-! lift. Jiwt!- :'.«.'••'.;• .!." i-u r iiri.!i-r :lu "hi- •; -'o,l;'' '••..•.!-t V>' ■• ■•■: -.•'>•••' '" hm-M*. !i.v!; ':'. !-.J.-.- <;■•■■.■■<::■ ■ •!:.?. -r- .:. .\i li re j lit f< ;".t .. ,-):;!T ',!::'.'••. s. o. c:jur>e. in a <:on- ! fii!--. i' X; .;i..::-. l - i .!• ""• • i?. dirabilirv, I t;-..:-:v!-.,.'.-, :,',: ,■.<•: :."' -.•..:!• -..^ <<-.|-,ey, i ?:•.• ]'■•••; I'lni.:;-, ;■ :. •■■ :•.; ■■ ■■ ■ .1; mi.l, if S-i'.uh .'::.■•■ ■■:'■■. :...

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ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

ENGLAND. THE CHARTISTS. — The objects contemplated by the infuriated chartists are no longer concealed. For some days hack operatives have been observed in the manufacturing towns of Hyde, Staley Bridge, &c., to purchase pikes and fire arms, either from shops where such weapons are exposed for sale, or from stalls in the public market place, where such instruments are openly sold at a cheap rate   Some of the pikes are formed like a common halbert, others have a crescent at the bottom of the blade, pointing forward with a sharp edge, supposed to be designed for cutting the reins or girths of horses. The violent proceedings of the chartists are now attracting the attention of the London Ministerial journalists, who declare that it is high time for the Government to interfere. At the meeting in London on the 24th March, the   language used was of the most treasonable descrip- tion, and the propriety of a ppealing to force in- culcated not merely in th...

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATES COURT. Tuesday, August 20, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 24 August 1839

RESIDENT MAGISTRATES COURT. Tuesday, August 20, 1839. AUDACIOUS ROBBERY.— William Smith was placed at the bar charged with having stolen from the counter of Mr. Giles Abbott, sen., landlord of the Queen's Head public-house Ker- mode-street, North Adelaide, a tin box containing   notes and silver to a considerable amount. It appeared, from the evidence of Mr. Abbott and two of his sons, that on the morning of the above day the prisoner came to the bar of Mr. Abbott's house and asked for a pint of rum, for payment of which he tendered a sovereign, and Mr Abbott gave the change from the box, in which he kept his cash. The prisoner then asked for a glass of porter, and while Mr. Abbott turned his back to   draw it, the tin box was abstracted from the   counter. The prisoner was the only person in the bar at the time. When Mr. Abbott returned   with the porter, he did not immediately miss the box, but after the prisoner had drunk it and...

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