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TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. I remain, &c, AGRICOLA. GENTLEMEN— In the last number of your journal, I perceive a communication from a correspondent on the subject of the Impounding Act, which I think requires some little notice. He sets out with the assertion that the said Act will have the effect of doubling the price of milk. That is, at best, but a gratuitous assumption, and one which I think we are not likely to see realised, consider- ing the number of cows belonging to the farms in the immediate neighbourhood of Adelaide. He says it will be found a heavy tax for the preservation of waste and unenclosed pastureland. It     may, no doubt, be found a tax by some few owners of half a dozen cows, who at present have the satisfaction of grazing them wherever they please. It is ridiculous to suppose that parties will take the trouble to avail themselves of the protection of the Impounding Act unless they have some use for their la...

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SAVINGS' BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

SAVINGS' BANKS. It gives us sincere pleasure to state that the suggestions upon this important subject, submitted to the public in last Saturday's Register, have been acted upon with that energy and promptitude which have ever cha- racterized the movements of the Colonists on all objects affecting the general weal. An advertisement, which will be found in the previous page, will explain sufficiently the steps which have already been taken towards the formation of the Bank. The meeting fixed for Monday, at which we hope for the attendance of every gentleman named, will, in all proba- bility, complete the arrangements; so that in our next, and within a fortnight of the propo- sition being made, we may be enabled to an- nounce another guarantee for the prosperity of South Australia, in the definative establishment of this admirable institution. Robert Thomas, Esq.—Mr R. Thomas, of the firm of Messrs Robert Thomas & Co., sails this morning, in the Lalla Rookh, for London. The ob...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

that Mr Edward Gibbon Wakefield was led to take an interest in the condition of the colonies in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and to inqurie whether something might not be done to improve them. In those colonies he   found all the raw materials of prosperity and ci- vilization lying about abundant and inexhaustible     —a genial climate; a fertile soil of unbounded     extent ; exportable produce, unlimited in quan- tity, unrivalled in value, and raised with little difficulty and at little cost; ports and harbours; an enterprising population; and a revenue already flourishing. But civilization itself—the powers,   the arts, the virtues, and the enjoyments of social man—did not appear to be advancing with cor-   responding rapidity. Even their commercial prosperity did not seem to have grown naturally out of all those natural advantages, bu to de- pend upon an accidental arrangement, i...

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR NOVEMBER 1838, 1839, & 1840. Kept at Adelaide by William Wyatt. Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR NOVEMBER 1838, 1839, & 1840, Kept at Adelaide by William Wyatt, Esq., J.P. [Explanation of Thermometer Table.— The first line refers to 1838 ; the second to 1839; the third to 1840. The first and last figures of each line give the real observation at 8 A.M. and 9 P.M. The       middle figures denote the greatest heat observed during the day.] Day|Thermometer|Wind.|Weather.         {55 66 59 SW Light breezes : dense fleecy clouds ; little rain   1{62 68 64 NW SW ditto ditto {63 72 59 SE S SW Fresh breezes ; almost clear   {51 76 65 NE NW NE Warm breezes ; clear hazy night   2{64 74 68 NW SW Light breezes ; fleecy clouds ; clear night {59 73 61 W Fresh breezes ; almost clear   {65 71 57 NW S SE Light breezes; dense cloud ; a few showers a.m. 3{64 70 57 W SW Fresh breezes ; dense fleecy clouds ; clear night {6...

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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR DECEMBER. 1838, 1830, & 1840. Kept at Adelaide, by William Wyatt, Esq. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR DECEMBER, 1838, 1839, & 1840. Kept at Adelaide, by William Wyatt, Esq., J.P. [Exxplanation of Thermometer Table.—The first line refers to 1838 ; the second to 1839 ; the third to 1840. The first and last figures of each line give the real observation at 8 A.M. and 9 P.M. The middle figures denote the greatest heat observed during the day.] Day Thermometer| Wind. | Weather. {60 78 67 W SW SE Fresh breezes; light fleecy clouds   1{62 65 52 SW S Strong breezes; dense clouds; occasional showers       {80 92 84 NE W SE Variable; dense fleecy clouds; little rain; lightning     {73 88 71 NW SW Strong breezes; clear; cloudy night     2{58 66 64 SW S Fresh breezes; dense clouds; few showers       {84 91 79 SE Do. almost clear; strong wind at night     {63 68 58 SW S SE Fresh breezes; dense ...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. JANUARY 22, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT, January 21, 1841. WHOLESALE. RETAIL. ALE— £. s. d. £. s. d. Ashby's, p barrel 5 5 0 5 10 0 Burton, ditto 6 10 0   Dunbar's, p dozen 0 15 0 1 4 0   Elliott & Co.'s, per barrel 6 0 0 Hoare & Co.'s, ditto 6 0 0 Truman, Hanbury, & Co.'s, ditto 6 0 0 6 6 0 Barley, English, p bushel 0 5 0 0 6 0 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 5 0 0 6 0   Beef, salt, p cask 6 0 0   Ditto, fresh, p lb 0 0 7 0 0 8 Beer, Colonial, p hhd 4 0 0 4 10 0   Bran, p 20lb 0 3 6 Bread, p 4-lb, loaf 0 1 4     Butter, Irisb, p lb 0 1 2 0 1 8   Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 2 0 0 2 6   Candles— English, wax, p lb 0 2 3 0 3 0   Ditto, spermacetti, ditto 0 2 3 0 3 0   Colonial, moulds, ditto 0 0 9 0 1 0 Burford's dips, ditto 0 0 10 Canvas, p bolt 3 10 0 Cedar, in log, p foot 0 0 4   Ditto, inch boards, ditto 0 0 5½ 0 0 7 &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

MR L. MOORE, late surgeon of the ship Lalla Rookh, begs to inform the inhabitants of Adelaide and its vicinity that it is his intention to remain in the colony for some time, and to practise as a surgeon. &c. From his long expe-   rience in the profession, and knowledge of the diseases of hot climates, be feels assured he shall be able to givee satisfaction to those who may come under his care. Present residence—Mr Paxton's, Apothecaries' Hall. Hindleystreet. LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, AT KENSINGTON. MISS MACGOWAN wil. bereadyoti Monday   next. January 25. to receive a few Young Ladies «t Mr Muller's brick cottage, Kensington. No extra charge for French, lulian, drawing, <tf. Ternm. from ta/Htn4>'s2 BOYS' BOARDING SCHOOL, AT MOUNT BARKER. MR MACGOWAN has been induced, by the   promispolseveral Hoarders from Adeluide, •nd liy vi ry lil«rul offer* from gentlemen residing wear Mount Burker. to avail himself of the oppor tunity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 January 1841

FOR LONDON DIUECT, *.«-._ THR line Hist class Barque aW$wfi\ CfVtANA.lHinhvu 450 tons, K. lManiflE^*— . ^ *mer- ctmmaudtr. ^y|^P^ CHARLES BECK & CO., F4inders-t.trett. FOR UATAVIA, To sail in Fourteen Duyt, r-jf «- THE A 1 ship FAMFIELD, I £MRtfT\ L.ee, Commander, 438 tons regis iW&ypfl^ tec ; has superior accommodation MpJPffMaP^ for passengers. aJEBjppsiaa Fur freight or passage apply to JOHN NEWM *N & CO.. Rundle-strcct. FOR DATA VI A, To «at- in a yew -fcry«, J'JST#r THE line fast - sailing ship JB$MjK ROYAL ADMIRAL, Cupt. ?KI& Martin. For freight or passage -^Esallfe GARRATT & FISHER. Pirie-str«*t, 12th Jan., 1841. ~ VOR KING UEORGB'S SOUND, SWAN R1VEU, AND SINGAPORE. _ _ THK line new *hip DEVON, M^froffV 6°? t0'? register, Captain Ge. JrcjJPHSt^ tbing, will, tail in a fortnight. «M*al?EJar^ For freight or passage apply to JK/ggSm CAM1. HUGHES, Rundle-»tieet. Adelaide. I5tli January, 1841. ? FOR KING GEORGE'S SOUND & SWAN ttlVER, ...

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FACTS, FANCIES AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fund records."-SHAKSPERE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

FACTS, FANCIES AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fund records."-SHAKSPERE. [?] with I' h\ Conii'.-.i. s lC.iiu">t- mid iir.r "-..... oi'i:!.. 1.,.r... •! „,„',..• ..( ei^ht sc.iic, l.n--,Pii|i'il :li. .1 i..':M::j.- ||. Vi t'lTl, /'..1- tllilt I>i. "RIM I . .■! ■ •.'■':!? '-1. -lia.i ji.i.ied lo her -u1 I •••;• .in-. . .l' :•,■,.. el;li:l."-d Hi.' vii,if in lll'Nl- 1,.':.i:i., •• •',: " Mr Sji : ;,. r. >''.■ • |...!i'.'iw y.-Ji . li Jll-i-- -lit ''l ."!<.'■. HIM .- ?i- ; KiiOW ! w:.!i....i--j.y :•■'• x..?r 1..V.-.-:-. to ..li". i -... 'i :• ;ir'.'..'ii!, aa.l d-.- in.ii' . ;iiri'.i r.iiv In.i M.iv i>r ri.-li-.-s, :i..' ('■..-.• •■■, kii.iu- liiiv to ;-ii)..e-ln:l |. vil'ie. k^v. ;,.. i thank.-*, I an-oimt ( ! : .-, : , iiivilu'.'di'; in..'. t1..-u. : ;i I. il hal!i i:.i>. .1 UK' hi.'li, yt t ihla i i.reoii.i, Soe •J..rie nl mi crowa . liiut 'l hint: reigned v. iI:? \.nii- Lues. This iiiiikf! that I t!o not vo nnich i.j.ye thill God liulli mei> to hiv ;> Qti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

?SALES BY AUC'i JON. | ? ,„ ? j ADKi.AlDK AUCTION COM V AW. j X. tui,i;-l t-d tlirit .???i.-!:.i;rii;-ins. i :k! coin- I »-.«-» P^-1 l'l-«Ul» 'M- III «ll(- -!-»? ????US |-.' I-.'JM-! , CtMIMT I HI- in ? \Villi:iin and Hindi, ymoi ts, Im-ji |\j u«i. ! t.iiM'ii- i.i ;;i:t;-s inviup u.cifl;ii:i-1i)i--, l*nd, or j ??tix1'-; - »i n-.', lint I '?!*?%' wili titi-i v.vr.' S.u-j''.'v i ji-t:.-.i l,vti;r -\.m.;::-iV. ' ' j Av!wv!-c- r.-'iA: on tnorrliU'rlNo dr;'-isitt'«i nt ] «V«-ir -r.-j!Vi«; on Uo'l jiiU'||:!-kI I'.tr n'ixiinlr s:-lo ; j ».!i:l 01: »'???**? liiiiiilcci »'ViT (O f!io ri!f --fth--ir j Will. vl:-i v.'.J puaranlpo t'u1 vile -'uim;(:y ul' h!l j ikal i- piaivd ihiiiit (its cmi?. j /^,;^ ,./ ,?;?-? r.-M. M.iiii'iy, -'«!;? 11! ii:;sv!riti.iso Mi'i \*'n\ 1 iii.-liy, rIo;ifi:!K lots mid mlvttin* hitiiii^c-'I 1 \V-\!i;;!!-iiiy, Mle of IITIvliJlnl:vo -»:i-! Irtlifl 1 i.ii!-.;.y, r'us'u jti/ lots an I other Uu--iiivts l-.i.i.y ;.;. vofMork .S.ii tivii..}-, C''J!;.-.: !..i'c--'( »-nn:1ii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

' :— ' ? — ? ? — FOR KONDON N1IIECT, . \-£r*- Till1, line first olnsij Unique A:iJ&fwjlN. GVtAKA.kmtUvn 450 tons, U. ?^JiflPrvr ctiAULEt' tiEcK & co ?»? l'lin-!eif.-slrc«t. POH KING UF.OKGK'S S(»U\I), SWAN RIVF.lt, AND SI.VUAIOIli:. re-*- 'I ??-?- «'''« new ship DKVOSy ' Hrwiv»\ **'' toim nVJR''''-- Captain Ge »jM/DS{^. tlj 'B» vv''' *?''' '' H fortnight. , jM^aS/ 'or 'f*-'1''1 orpamuueMpply to lillllcIIC-stlCCt Adelaide, 15th Jaiumry. IP4I. FOK KING GGOlUiES SOUND & SWAN ItlVEK, ( If KuffiriiM ii.riuo mml itfcrj. *jy**t- , TldC wvll-kut wii ft- ?«? l.ist-mo iui: ?sZ^Mffirh ?'''I''' S'l Ii-iTHISi..4. .'1H7 Sj^^^^W tons register, 5'.itl tons burthen ^EH&asaiaMT* This vessel lm-. just arrived hom »yducy, Mid us slip will be fitted u|- tor ttif conveyance of stork, »lie will convey llieni -m Tnorii-r-to terms, ami meet with immediate dis ? patch /or the iibwve p-:rts. . ? V KR SOLOMON I'OU LAUNCKSTOX. ;Aj-#* TnK Miio-ufi Ml- HRVA, Ciip jajifffiflirpfe tu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

BIRTH.— On Sunday, the 24th instant, the lady of E. C. Frome, Esq., Royal Engineers, of a son. — On the 27th instant, the lady of the Rev. C. B. Howard, Colonial Chaplain, of a daughter. — On Wednesday, the 27th instant, the lady of Chas. Mann, Esq., barrister, of a daughter. MARRIED.— On the 21st instant, by the Rev. Ralph Drummond, Mr FRANCIS MITCHELL, of "John o'Groat's   House," Hindley-street, to BRIDGET, eldest daughter of Mr THOMAS MOONEY, of Dublin.   DIED. — On Tuesday the 26th instant, Charles Reginald, the infant son of Captain John Finlay Duff, South- terrace, aged one month.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Sunday, January 23—The steamer Courier, Captain Roach, from Kangaroo Island, Rapid Bay, and Holdfast Bay. Tuesday, January 26. —The barque Strathist, 386 tons, Captain Leslie, from Sydney, having left on the 15th instant, with a cargo of merchandise. Same Day—The schooner Trulove, 136 tons, Capt.     Cotton, from Sydney, having left on the 11th instant.     Passengers—Mr Crampton, Mr Thornton, and Mrs     Toole. Same Day—The Government cutter Waterwitch, from       Rapid Bay, for supplies for the Governor.   Wednesday, January 27.—The schooner Agnes and     Elizabeth, 80 tons, Captain M'Clellan, from Port Phillip having left on the 17th instant.   Friday, January 29.—The French ship City of       Bourdeaux, from King George's Sound, twelve days &a...

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LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

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 as an advance of 2d to the 4lb loaf. CATARACT MILL.—Fine flour, 25l per 2000 lbs.; 20 per cent., 38l ditto 12 per cent., 20 ditto; bran, 3s 6d per 20 lbs; pollard, 2s ditto; wheat, 7s to 8s per 60 lbs. UNION MILL.—Flour, first quality, 30l per 200 lbs.; second ditto, 28lb ditto; third ditto, 28l 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 in 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, 5l 5s per hogshead; tobacco, 1s 4d   per lb...

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MARKETS. SYDNEY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

MARKETS.             SYDNEY, JANUARY 13. Wheat, 4s to 4s 6d per bushel; fine flour, 26l per ton;   seconds, 21l per ton; Cape barley, 6s 6d per bushel; maize, 3s 6d per bushel; bread, 3d per pound; potatos,   12l to 15l per ton; fresh butter, 2s 6d per lb.; meat,   4d to 5d per lb.; tea, hysonskin, 9l per chest; Mauritius     sugar, 28l per ton; brandy, 6s to 7s per gallon; tum, 4s       per ditto; gin, 3s 6d per ditto (all in bond).  

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HOBART TOWN, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

HOBART TOWN, DECEMBER 22. Little if any change. Wheat average, 6s; potatoes, old, 8s per cwt; new, 10s 6d ditto; flour, fine, 20s ditto; seconds, 18s ditto; bran, 1s 6d per bushel;   strawberries, 1s 6d per quart; raspberries, 1s ditto; gooseberries, 4d ditto; peas, 6d per peck; beans, 9d         ditto. There is an immense show of fruit; cabbages, cauliflowers, and lettuces are so cheap that they do not pay the growers the expence of bringing them to market.   If the present dry weather continues, there will, of course, be an advance of prices.

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PORT PHILLIP, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

PORT PHILLIP, DECEMBER 8. Beef, Irish, 5l to 5l 15s per tierce; butter, salt, 1s to         1s 2d per lb; flour, 24l to 26l per ton; seconds, 20l to 25l ditto; thirds, 18l to 19l ditto; wheat, 9s to 11s per bushel; oats, 5s 6d to 7s ditto; Cape barely, 9s ditto; maize, 4s 6d to 6s 6d ditto; Van Diemen's Land hay, 12l to 14l per ton; tea, hysonskin, 12l to 13l per chest;     shingles, 1l 14s to 1l 16s per thousand; fat bullocks     12l to 15l; milch cows, 10l to 11l; ewes, 20s to 22s each; wethers, 18s to 20s ditto.  

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1841. THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1841.   THE NATIVES. We direct particular attention to a report by Mr Teichelmann, one of the German Mission- aries, on the state of the aborigines. If any- thing were wanting to confirm our previous impressions, as well with regard to the capa- bilities of the natives themselves, as of the total inadequacy of the measures hitherto adopted towards them, this report would supply the deficiency. We know Mr Teichelmann to be an amiable and excellent individual—but it is   self-evident that he has begun at the wrong end, and that no attempt to civilize the natives or to leach them the doctrines of Christianity before he has taught them to dig, can be other- wise than a dead failure. What the Protector is about we knot not. The park lands are   swarming with natives, under no control, who are a nuisance and a pest to the whole commu- nity. That they are allowed to enter Adelaide   at all, appears to us to...

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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. In remarking the extraordinary proceedings which we stated in our last, as being contem- plated in the case of Mr Huntley McPherson,     the individual suspects of having wilfully set   fire to the old Government House, we said   "Mr McPherson, who is at present imprisoned imprisoned on suspicion of being the guilty party, is said to be out of his mind, and a writ de bonitico inquirendo has been issued. We submit, however if Mr McPherson, has been committed to take his trial for arson—or even if he has been remanded on that charge—that such a step is altogether illegal,   insanity may be pleaded in bar of punishment;   but it has never yet been permitted to supercede trial or conviction. We have already had quite a sufficient contempt for established law displayed in South Australia. It shall be our business to take care, without respect of persons, that no more of the consitutio...

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KING GEORGES SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 January 1841

KING GEORGES SOUND. YESTERDAY forenoon the ship City of Bordeaux anchored in Holdfast Bay, having been twelve days out from the above settle-   ment. She brings neither papers nor letters, but we learn that the Salsette had arrived   from Liverpool, with three hundred emigrants, and that the Diane had landed some me- chanics from Calcutta. These arrivals had consequently increased the demand for stock, and the ship was chartered to prceed to this place, to procure a few thousands of sheep. Nothing had been heard of the Scout or the Charles when she left the Sound. The stock by these vessles would, no doubt, arrive at a good market and meet with a ready sale.    

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