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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

IN THE PRESS, AND WILL RR PURMSIIED UAKLV IN FEBRUARY, A GUIDE TOTHIi PRESKkVATION OF HEALTH IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA, stowing the Causes of (he prevalent diseases, and the means of avoiding llicni. ! By D. A. L". Fitci'atrick, Lute Physician-in-chief to the I'olish Army; riijniuiun-iu-Chicf to the Foreign Legion of lletgium; Surgeon of the French lilh HuKsurd; Author of " A Treatise on the Effects of Riding in Nervous and Chronic Diseases" ; Member of the Academy of Science of Puris ; Hint Knight of the Order of Militaiy Virtue of Poland. Price to subscribers,' sa; to 11011-suhscribprn, Qs—subscriptions lo he paid oti delivery «t' the work. Names of KuWribers received ••>• tli« uutlior, at his residence, Cunic-slrect ; by Mr PlHtts, Oilles-arcade ; itnd by the publishers, Messrs Robert Thomas sWfITXUSTKALUX ( LLIJ." ATTENDANCE will be given at the Club House every Satiirday from three o'cloik , till four during the present numlh of January, to receive the subscriptions for I*ll, due o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

FOII LONDON DIRECT^ *■£-,- THK fine Hist vlas* Barque jra?A\ GUlANA,burtben4bO tons, R. *ffl#fa^\ Winter, ccminander. '(jjjtfftro^' For freiKht or paftMtge apply to (JHBhHm Captain Duff, tfouth-ferrare, or to CHARLES BECK ft CO., Flindeis-stren. Adelaide, fiUh Dec, 1840. N.B. Advances will be made on wool (or snip, ment by this vessel. FOR LONDON DIRECT. j_r- THEi.AUAHHOOKH,Capt. gMBNgs. Hknuv 'Kksnv, 872 tons register <bwKibmcW w'" c tta^y urea *nout the Tl?E?p'E' end ot next week. She has au. perlor sjccommodutiona for pas. «en?;eis tuul carries an experienced surgeon. Persons wishing to engage cabins in the ruddy *re> requeued tumake immediate application. If a sufficient number of purlieu, desirous of proceeding a« intermediate passengers, should apply during the present weak, accommodations will he reserved for them. For terns/apply to tbe Captain on board, or to . 11. W PHILLIPS. Suceestor to John Morphett. FOR B ATAVIA, To tail in Fvwtetn l?<ty?, *. r...

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MARKETS. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

MARKETS. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 23. Wheat is advancing a trifle; rumour gives the article a high figure, but the spirit of speculation is dead; it cannot advance beyond 12s, and we doubt it continuing at that price, if it reaches it. The bakers have specu- lated on an advance of 3d in the 4lb. loaf. CATARACT MILL.—Fine flour, 25l per 2000 lbs. ; 29 per cent., 23l ditto; 12 per cent., 20 ditto; bran, 1s 6d     per 20 lbs; pollard, 2s ditto; wheat, 7s to 8s per 60 lbs. UNION MILL.—Flour, first quality, 38l per 200 lbs.;     second ditto, 28l ditto; third ditto, 26l ditto. 10. Flour, and, in consequence, wheat, looking up. Several purchases have been made of the former at 18l to 20l per ton; a precise price cannot be named for the latter. 11. Without alteration is prices; the generality of   imported goods from Britain are of heavy sale, and the stocks large. Bottled beer, 11s to 12s per dozen; London stout, 30 5s per hogsh...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Wednesday, December 29. — The schooner Marys, 61 tons, Captain George Clench, from Hobart Town. Cargo   —1 cask specie, 1 case merchandise, 7 hhds. brandy,   68 bags flour, 58 ditto maize, 41 ditto oats, 51 ditto meal, 2 hhds. wine, 4 quarter casks ditto, 2 cases cheese 6 carboys oil, 130,000 shingles, 2 bags nuts, 2 cases con- fectionary, 1 bale slops, 1 case drapery. Same Day.—The schooner Naiad, 120 tons, Captain   Lindsay from London. Passengers—Mrs Lindsey and, two children, Miss Mendon. Cargo—25 hhds. brandy,   6 baskets merchandise, 3 cases 2 hhds. spirits, 20 casks       beer, 40 barrels pork, 22 cases sundries, 4 hhds. sundires,   20 barrels pork, 5 casks saltpetre, 1 case parasols, 2   cases books, 40 barrels flour, 1 case watch glasses, 28   cases 77 casks sundries, 100 deals, 11 cases 35 casks   sundries, 6 case...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. ABEONA (schooner), 96 tons, Blackbarn, master;     sails for Port Lincoln and Hobart Town this day.   John Snooke, agent.       BRIGHTMAN (barque), 400 tons, No kells, master; discharging cargo from London. Garratt & Fisher, agents. COURIER (steamer), 120 tons, Roache, master; cruising. W. S. Whitington & Co., agents. DORSET (brig), 81 tons, Mackay, master; sails for Sydney on Tuesday. V. & E. Solomon agents.       FAIRFIELD (ship), 424 tons, Lee, master; discharging   cargo from London. John Newman, agent. GOVERNOR GAWLER (cutter), 11 tons. Underwood,   master; discharging from Port Lincoln. GUIANA (barque), 256 tons, Winter, master; loading for London. C. Beck & Co., agents.       JOHN PIRIE (schooner), 106 tons, Hay, master; abou...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1841. DEPARTURE OF MR McLAREN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1841. DEPARTURE OF MR McLAREN. YESTERDAY Mr McLaren visited most of his friends in Adelaide and the vicinity, for the purpose of bidding them farewell. He leaves town, we believe, to-day, at two o'clock to embark on board the Company's schooner John Pirie, in which he proceeds to Port Phillip, Launceston, and Sydney, from which latter place he will sail for England. Most sincerely do we echo the general voice, and wish Mr McLaren every happiness. He quits the colony, leaving behind him many friends, and no one whe can dispute his claim to having been a faithful and honest servant of his consti- tuenst, and a zealous and successful promoter   of their interests. May he reach his home in health and safety, and have long occasion to               remember with satisfaction the years he spent in South Australia! &nb...

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FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COLONY. It is now generally understood that the most stringent means within the power of the Colo-   nization Commissioners have been recently adopted to enforce obedience to their instruc- tions, and to control the unauthorised expen- diture of Governor Gawler. We have reason   to believe that a formal intimation has been   made to his Excellency that none of his bills   for expences not specifically authorised will   be honored. If such be the fact, we think the colonists ought to have been favored with some official notice of it. Another peremptory in- struction is reported to be that all salaries and authorised payments are to be made by bills on the Commissioners' Treasurer in London— countersigned by the head of the department or the individual on whose account the pay- ment is made. During the last few days meetings have taken place among the heads of the depart- ments on the subject of...

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ATTORNEYS' AND CONVEYANCERS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

ATTORNEYS' AND CONVEYANCERS' ACT. We are informed that it is proposed by a Bill in Council to allow the Judge to determine the rate of payment to be made by the public to the legal profession for such business as they may perform, even when unconnected with the Court over which His Honor pre- sides! We hope that nothing of the sort is really contemplated. There can be little ob- jection to a due supervision, in so far as the qualifications of the practitioners of the law are concerned; but we object distinctly to, and deny the power ot the Governor or the Judge to enforce, any law interfering between the lawyer and his client, or compelling the public to pay any fixed sum for legal business per- formed. The community are entitled to get their work done, not merely as well, but as cheaply as they can ; and if they are content to submit to a professional monopoly, let them not in addition be required to submit to a mo- nopoly price. We would treat the lawers precisely on the principle...

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LABOR CRIMPING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

LABOR CRIMPING. We mentioned some time ago that a man named PITCHER, employed by some of the simple folks of Launceston to crimp our emi- grants had been eminently successful in gathering together about eighty runaway   sailors, ticket of leave men, discarded whalers, and other sweepings of the Adelaide pot houses, and embarking his precious freight in   the Minerva. It was rumored that the     Minerva was lost, and all hands drowned; but those who knew her cargo, and remem- bered the adage, had no fear of an accident.   The vessel arrived safe, and we submit the   following, from the Courier, of Launceston, on the character and utility of the importa- tion:— "We are sorry to say that a large portion of   the emigrants by the Minerva, from South Austra-     lia, are of very bad character, many, and indeed   most of them being returned convicts. The very     evening of their arrival, they comme...

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TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Monday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Monday, December 31.   Present—the Mayor, Aldermen Stevenson, Davis,   Smillie; Councillors Lambert. Wilson, Hailes, Blyth, Sanders, Wakeham, Neale, Watson.   The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed.   A report from the Market Committee was read   and approved of. A letter from the Private Secretary was read, requesting the Council to recommend a person to fill the united offices of Insepctor of Cattle Brands and of Slaughter-houses within the city. Mr Richard Dodd was thereupon appointed to the office of Clerk to the Market for three months, in conjunction with the offices of Inspec- tor of Cattle Brands and Slaughter-houses. It was resolved that the Market Committee take such steps as may be necessary for giving publicity to the Regulations for the Market,   Slaughter-house, and dues payable. These will   be found in our advertising columns. &nbs...

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FOURTH AND FINAL ERPORT OF THE COLONIZATION COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

FOURTH AND FINAL REPORT OF THE COLONIZATION COMMIS- SIONERS. By the kindness of a friend, we are in pos-   session of the Fourth Report of the late Board of Commissioners for the Colonization of South Australia, presented to the House of Commons on the 29th July last.   This document is drawn up by Colonel Torrens, the Chairman of the Board, with the distinctness and ability characteristic of that distinguished political economist. We supply our readers with full extracts—many of which, we hope, they will be neither sorry nor sur- prised to observe are in full accordance with the general principles we have maintained, and, in some instances, affording singular and appropriate commentaries upon events of recent occurrence, in which the principles of action adopted and defended by Governor Gawler are plainly and emphatically denounced by Colonel Torrens. The most striking illustration of this fact is to be found in the following passages   of the...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 9 January 1841

CHINA. R. THOM. Is the absence of any pressing news this week, the following account of the affair which took place off Amoy, while the British fleet were on their way to Chusan, furnished by the captain of one of the mem-of-war, may be found worth a perusal:                           NARRATIVE OF AN AFFAIR THAT TOOK PLACE OFF AMOY, ON FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1840. On Thursday, 2nd July, having been ordered, with Captain Bourchier, of H.M.S. Blonde, to     repair on board the Admiral, a dispatch, said to be of great importance, was delivered to us,   which we were instructed to deliver into the hands of the Chinese admiral of the station, or, supposing him to be absent, to deliver the same   into the hands of the highest local authority re-   sident at Amey, so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

O^Maii. to Cnoi.ano. — The Mail by the Lnlln VbtaVAifov England, will he closed at thy Post Office at i o'clock this afternoon.

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SIGNALS. To the Editors of the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

SIGNALS. To the Editors of the South Australian Register. I am, &c., A CITIZEN. GENTELMEN- The thanks of the public are due to your establishment for the exertions you made for some months to put them in [?] correct information regarding the arrival and departure of vein's I was surprised to that for some wrtkii the sipializim: at jottr place hns liocn dis <'<-iiit!iiii('<), us ! w.i^ informed tli.it suiucil.in^ was allowed from Government to <Miay the cxpei.ees of 11-.c t.)s<al st;'ti>u. Oa iiitjuicy, Vo\v«ver, I (ouml that everylliii.fi had beeiuione gratoitously, and tliit siniialiiii:g was now discontinued he cause the II if;s t X:<: , \v> te worn <iur, ::ii(l your pro prlitois <ii>l not fe«s disposed topo totiie expellee of a ne-.v .%ct, uu!e>s ('<■'>' rci-eived s.o:r.«« ei:cnu r;i(.'(i;ii'iit from the >n;llie T!ie ptilnie fi-ol llu' w.:nt ot s:j;niils in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

FOR LONDON DIIIKCT, jr-JT *- TMK fine (list class Barque SMisrcKrs. G VIA XA, Inn then 4ij tow, It. hfflas/fS^J^v Winter, ecniinander. TgarjwjgT^' For ''vifi'" "r P'wi-agc upp'y t 0 'dBBJBiISjVr ul-tu'" v"' b'outh-tetrave.or to 1 CHARLES BECK & CO., Fi'inJiis-street. AJeluide, 24th Dec, 1810. ) N.!i .' ivan as will U mude on wool for ship ment by this vessel. FOB LONDON DIItKCT, *-*-,- THIS /.ALLAH ItOOKU, Capt. j?^b^^ Hekrv Ki.nsv, 37' i tons register tffi.#SW*wV "'" l >o?' f'vt''y *•">'! «•• Sunday wE&iiiSr licxt tlie l7cll '"£t> Slie llas stl* -iIBiSS&S&O perlor iiccommodations for pas sen?eis, and carries v" cxpeiieneed surgeon. Persons wishing to engage cabins in the cuddy are r«quebted tomake iinmedh'.e upplicutior. •' For terms upply to the Captain on board, or to 11. W riflLLlPj*. Siiocestor to John Morphett. FOtt B ATA VI A, To sail in Fourteen JJur/s, £■&£: THE A J tiiip FAIRFIELD, I. Sj^rySnv Lee, Coinmanrfer, 438 tons re^i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

BIRTH— On Tuesday the 22nd December last, Mrs Gawler of a son. DIED suddenly, at Portsea, Hampshire, Mrs Ann   Winship, mother of Mrs T. C. Bray, of this town.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED. Friday, Jan. 8.—The ship Devon, 509 tons, Captain   John Gething, from Singapore and Lombock. Passen- ger: Captain Hughes. Cargo: 688 bags sugar, 411 do sago flour, 1075 bags wheat, 3 puns, 11 casks rum,   8 casks brandy, 8 bales canvas, 10 do twine 221 kegs paint, 30 jars linseed oil, 298 boxes tea, 144 boxes, 900 half do. cigars, 5 hhds. 19 kegs lard, 10 kegs nails, 1 case Japan cloth, 10 crates earthenware, 1 case snuff, 8 boxes preserves, 5040 pkgs. wood, 972 planks, 100 door and window frames, 144 bls. flour, 1 case saddlery, 1 piano, 146 cases gin, 6 rolls sheet lead, 3 cases castor oil, 22 bundles rattans, 2 boxes candles, 116 Lombock ponies. Same Day.—The government cutter Waterwitch, 30   tons, from Fowler's Bay, with two of Mr Eyre's party as   passengers. Tuesday, Jan. 12.— The schooner Victoria, 28 tons, Hutchinson, master, from Kangaroo Island, with stones. SAILED. Sunday, Jan. 9.— The schooner Minerv...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1841. GOVERNOR GAWLER'S PROGRESS TO THE OUTPORTS, AND THE PROGRESS OF LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1841. GOVERNOR GAWLER'S PROGRESS TO THE OUTPORTS, AND THE PROGRESS OF LEGISLATION. GOVERNORER GAWLER has announced his in-   tention of leaving Adelaide for some time to visit the "outports." We say nothing about the utility of these visits, nor even, under existing circumstances, of their expense; but the state generally of the affairs of the Go- vermnent, mark the time as exceedingly ill- chosen, while the absence of his Excellency necessarily involves fresh and inconsiderate delay of legislative business of the most pressing importance. Surely Governor Gawler is neither consulting his own dignity, nor the welfare of the colonists, which he professes to have so much at heart, by a step of this questionable character. It is scarcely a manly apology for shirking the universal clamour for the publication of last year's accounts, that his Excellency "has gone to visit the outports.*' Does Governor Gawler serio...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The subject complained of by a Farmer in want of Labour will meet due attention in our next. The whole emigration department is in a questionable state, but the lay rolling in the walk in the front of Government House is absolutely disgraceful. The "Public Accounts" and     "The Natives" next week.    

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ATTORNEYS' MONOPOLY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 16 January 1841

ATTORNEYS' MONOPOLY ACT. We have been favored with a copy of a bill at present before the Council, purposing to " restrain unqualified practitioners of the law," and singularly well calculated, if adopted in its present state, to inflict gross and ex- tensive injury upon the public. The actual terms of this measure fully justify the remarks we formerly made on its reported enactments. By its first provision, no colonist would be en- titled to make his own will—draw his own leases—or plead his own cause; we are not even sure if he could legally write a letter demanding payment of a just debt; he must go to an attorney pronounced qualified by the Judge, and pay him such fees, for what he could do himself, as it may please that same functionary to inflict. We are told, indeed, that no such thing is intended by the proposed bill. It is a pity, then, we say, that out law- makers do not understand how to express their meaning more intelligibly. Here is the clause of the bill itself; and w...

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