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The Southern Australian. Quid verum atgue deeens curo, et rogo, et omnis [?] hoe sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep, 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1840. THE QUEENS BIRTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens cur0, et rogo, et omnis in     hoc sum.-'-HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep, I, v ll. ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1840 THE QUEENS BIRTH DAY YESTERDAY being the Queen's birth- day was a general holiday in Adelaide.   With few exceptions business was en- tirely suspended and each inhabitant seemed to vie with the other as to who     should show the most ardent and affec- tionate loyalty to Her Majesty's person. At eleven, o'clock, the hour which had been previously appointed, the Adelaide Cavalry formed themselves into a body in front of the Sappers and Miners Barracks for the purpose of   inspection and review. We had the   curiosity to count them, no very diffic- ult task — and found, that there were present seven officers, two non-com- missioned officers, and five privates. At the same hour and at the same   place, the mounted and foot police, were formed an...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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HIS EXCELIENCY GOVERNOR GAWLER'S NOTES ON EYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 May 1840

í HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR GAWLER'S NOTES   ON EYRIA.   THE peninsula of Ey ria M nearly an equilateral mingle of two hundred miles on each *ide from Cipe Catastrophe lo Denial Bay as its south western, from Deni il Bay to the bead of Spencer's Gulf as its northern, and from the head o' Silen cer's Gulf to Cape Catastrophe as its soot bern eadine*. fis surfacf is naturally divided into three great portions-the moBOtainous tract, the low undu lating country, and the hill country. The m<mnlainous tract con>ists principa ly of an immense table land, which, at abont fifty mi'es to the eastwHtd of Streaky Bay Mr. Ev re m«-t with, running from the interior iron the north west. Its nearly south-east coarse is continu.d until the range terminals, suddenly fa ling into a great plain of brash, about seven miles to the north-westwaid of Flinders' " Lagoon seen from j the mast head," in Spencer's Gnlf. The general summit of this mountainous t »We land is a...

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Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

Commercial Êittelltgeitre LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec 24. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN, PR. IMP. QR. BRITISH. S. S. Wheat.62 Io 72 Oats .21 ..38 FOREIGN. Wheat, Danlzic, Konisherg, #c. ..70 ..84 Oats, .. .. ..24 ..42 FLOOR. P^r 286 lbs net. *. Town made ..56 . .6Uj Essex and Kent 54 .. 56 Per280lbs.net«. s. Norrolk&Stock <on.. ..41 ..53 Iris!.54 ..55

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LENDING A CONGREGATION [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

LENDING A CONGREGATION1 " Och, hone !" exclaimed the otter killer. .* isn't it a murder to see the j clargy making, such Cools pf themselves now ! When I was young, priests and ministers were hand and glove. lt seems to me but yesterday, when Father Patt Joyce, the Lord be good to him! lent Mr. Carson a congre gation." " Eh! what Antony!" said the Col onel/ "a congregation appears rather an extraordinary article to borrow." The otter-killer explained the mys terw thus : - "We were just as comfortable as we could be, wheo a courier stops at the door with a letter, which he said was for Mr. Carson. Well, when the, minister opens it, he got as white as a sheet, and I thought he would have fainted. Father Patt crossed himself. ' Ar rah, Dick.' says he, * the Lord stand between you and evil ! is there any thing wrongV ' I'm ruined,' says he, * for some bad member has wrote to the Bishop, and told him that I have no congregation, because you and I are so intimate ; and he is coming down t...

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PORT PHILLIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

j "TOKT PHILLIP Nfiw-s/.-f ^V, . -FRESH .F*SH S<jppi.y CI*M#**V\ -Tim public *may reuietnbeitttrtitTWe noticed sometime pas», tn railrev^a^téu lar style; die forre »lion t»f «4rèsh*lish su pfdy&outnoau^.' M.#éff«i'ds^,*if»fw up lift le ~pïea-oír*! t»ríak è" «Ó» we of%* W: *ablisli«iont a»i«l c«*fn-»lete Wee'**-.' A' h<tud-«oiiie Ftsh .bali';4tas heen^^ilt in i\l '-KIHKO-. si reel, w hie.» will -be^open tn the «ourse of a few week*r ime^edfftce liHvinu heeii ret^e** torthaî. p^rpófeé*bv Mr Morison. The ^neroien,'<m th« beach have been antplv supplied with nels of'ali description-», ami a horse and cart hired tor the conveyance an i mia trthution «rf this unwonted :hixiiry througho- t tte tow H. -Fish c^every i description^ including o> steffi, anti shrimps will {»resent! v be<obluit|e.d at fl modérale price, and in -Ht coatinued manner. ' -s t FAT AL Acct DENT - IVif Kau ßrad Un« v. one of th«' >eam^n *f the Tiarqu« &l...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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STATE OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

1 ? "-; ÍÍTS; STATE OF FRANCE« BOT« the middle and lower classes of Paris seem to be suffering severely at present. Of the former rj&ítiiudes have been rained by specumtioos in Joint Stock Companies, ofwbich 141 have dissolved themselves, Ü^d-Jfö hare been declared \^^^ ^mà number of individuals now receiving charity amounts to 63.900, In Paris« however, as well as the north of France and Belgium, corn is falling in^priee. í Xouis Phillipe's state of apprehension in the midst of the people,. wh;om fee governs, may im gathered £rom5the fol lowing statement of the precautions taken for the exterior and J inferior7 de fence of the Tuileries, aa gîvën*in* a French paper :- . Never in any age, ur under any reign, was the service at the Tuileries j s.s rigorous as at the present moment« j Kven the soldier's abhor heine posted ! there, '.We all remember the poor I crealme <i#h«>' was shot bv the ¿sentry j for ba ing peacahly endeavoured tn j Pilfer the garden. The who...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per lihd..,¿f8 0 OioäE 9 O O Ashby, per bri ..8 IO O .. 9 0 Ö , Dunbar, per doz ....O 16 O .., O 17 O Colonial, per tihd....5 fl 0. 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb.0 2 0 .. 0 2 S Beef, f.esb, per lb.0 0 S '.. Ditto bj «be carcase .. aalt, per tierce.7 0 0.. Brand; per gal. in bond ..O 12 O .. 0 14 O Bran per 100 lbs..0 6 0.. 8 0 Bolter, fresh, per lb.0 3 0 .. 3ft salt, per do.0 2 0.. 0 2 " -bv the firkin..0 16.. Bread, per 4lh loaf.0 1 6 .. 0 1 8 Candles, wax, per lb ....0 3 6.. English moulds ..0 1 2.. O 1 6 spermaceti..0 3 6.. Burford's dips .. .0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log... .0 0 6.. inch boards.O 0 6*«* Coffee, per lb.0 1 O . 0 1 6 - Cheese. Eogtisti pe< lb_0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonial, ppr dido. 0 I 6 .. 0 2 0 Cigars, Ma..illa, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chtinsura, per do.. 1 0 0 2 0 0 Carrants per lb..0 1 4 .. 0 1 6 Cordage per cwt....4 10 O .. Canvass per bolt.3 10 0.. Deals per foot_.0 1 0 .. 0 1 9 Flour per Kin.55 0 0 .. 60 0 O seconds p...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

SYDNEY. ST EV* M.-Mr. Grose is Knüding a Steamer one huddled ami twenty feet long, atid twenty feet wide*, upon a principle entirely differeut irojp either «>f the steamers now in til ri Colony. Without diagrams, we should n«»t matte our readers understand tuesdale ut the hull, bul it resein iles, in a great" degree, the puilJ ut tfrecelebrated stearn frigate Gargoo* the tastest vessel in; tue navy> a «ni 'wa^ch sailsadmirably under canvas. The timbers of the. new steamer are all up so that- her form can be*M?env, and.no far es an unprofessional nranrcan j«dg«, she will bea very beau^fui mnfJek She is to be planked with; two. tr*mîkues*es of j *vo^iiiehpine plank, the Underneath prie to 'be *oauthed anti phi&eit ;feefore the outer one is put ott, "and aH the joints and bul ts ! «. l,e br«^e|i . . The planking was commet iced- ¿aft; week, and it i* expected she wilt nie ready for launching in May. She will propel "ed by the engines formerly «belón^ihg toH.he King Willia...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

VBSÄEW JN fURHOüR. WA R RIOR, 4?8 îot». decket» anster disehare. . ., tn* cargo from Condon. Citarles Beek & Co , Agents. ELIZA. 391 tcWT&faoai master* ««ont to com. ateiiee dmmarging frsW^ ' . JswsfcSoookOi agent. . HERO. Hobbes, master, ¿Jr barerog cargo from Siagapor«. J, Iforpheit. afjenT, »Bi«r. COMET. 136 MM Rodas*, «*»ter, disoasrgiitg ; careo from tins Cape. QA VID. 204 *»»». j, , - "'y .*»» stan ton. Cha». Beck, agent. PORTER. 252 loos. Marra*, master, «Hil g np, for Port Lincoln. W. F. PoCi*r, agent.. ~ SCHOONERS.; . ESSINGTON. 133 t^..M^l^if^-f^ffn too-di^coa'gipK- Hack. Watsoo.itCo., agents WATER**" ITCH.OB too"», Rólls.^rcssi Lattices. ton--wleartog: oak tor Lsaaot^toti. Otarles! Berk&? .. afon»«. TRUELOVE, ]3t toas, Coitos, msster.discbarg. ¡OK cargo from ^fe« Zetland. Bentoaia &; Co. .gents. 'TRUGANINI; 63 tons. Pateraoa. toaster, dis. charging cargo from Lanooestin. '* - CUTTS«. .: '.? - ... SHAMROCK. 53 tot». Smith, ire« Hobart Town-d...

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—April 25. Union Steam Mills, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

LAUNCESTON MARKETS-Api il 25. Union Steam Mills, s. d s. d. s. d. s. J. Wheat 15 0 io 18 6 Barley IO 0 - 0 0 Pollard 2 6" 00 Oat« 4 6 to 5 9 Maize 0 0 " 0 0 Bran 1 6 " 0 0 Flour, 6r*t quality, per 20001bs ; SOI Dino, second quality, do. 48Í Ditto, ration do, do. 40! Brea!-ls. 6i- per four pound loaf. , . BUTCH EB S HEAT. d. r <f. Beef, joint 6 I Mutton, joint 6 ¡ ....carcase 7 I ....carcase 5| Veal 3 J Pork 10 Lamb, 4s 6d=per quarter. WHEAT HARKET.--No more business is doing io the market thjo parties 3re compelled to do. -Cornwall Chronicle, Apt. 25. Entire horses of the cart breed in demand-we | are informed a first-rate stallion realized £300. TEA-During the week declined to .£7 10s per chest, but as the stock » small, and no immediate arrivals from China anticipated* it bas again ral-. lied, and may now be quote«! at £&. SOGAR-Mauritius from '£33 to £35 per ton. ToBAoco-i-M«j be quoted at at ls od*to 2»''for{j fair and superior samples. < " ? 3OAJ»-...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS—April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

HOBART TOWN MARKETS-April 24. Thee is v-ry little altération ¡a the price of wheat since our 'asl ; upon the whole, however, it is rather looking down, and may be qaoted at from 13« to 15s per bushel, according t » quality. Hay, pressed, 6Í 10s per toa.-Colonial Times April 21 MARKETS.-The market is anything but brisk. Wheat 14s to 15s-H. T, Courier, April 23. FINE FLOUR-£38 to £42 per toa OATMEAL -Colonial, 6d per lb BARLEY-English, sells well and is freely : purchased at from 6s 6d to 8s per bushel. It is however scarce, and very little comes to market. OATS-from 5s to 5s 6d. per bushel. HAY-Unpressed, £5 to £6 per ton. POTATORS-From £8 to £10 per ton. . BEEF-From 8d to 9d per lb.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

I VARIETIES. DEAR BREAD.-The population of Ireland is reduced to miserable expedi ents for subsistence. It imposes on itself the most cruel privations, which do not save it every year from enduring a famine more or less severe. It is fed on the worst of food, in spite of which it is exposed to periodical starv ation. It has adopted the system best adapted to sustain the greatest number of inhabitants on the smallest possible territory. For it is a well established economic truth, that the same extent of land which, planted with potatoes, i would support twenty persons, would not grow corn sufficient for more than four or five, and would, if employed as pasturage for cattle, not feed more than one individual. Ireland bas absolutely renounced the use of bread and meat, to live entirely on potatoes. She has done more; as among potatoes, there are some that multiply faster than others, she has taken as her food the j lumpers, the least agreeable tv) the taste, but which are redeemed in ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LORD BROUGHAM. From Pencillings of a Politician. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

LORD BROUGHAM. i , , From Pêncillinqs, of a Politician. If perchance, reader, you should pre- j -vail on some exceedingly condescend- j 4ng peer to write his and your name in conjunction upon a bit of paper, and address it to the door keeper of the House of Lords, you will doubtless pass the sacred threshold w:th tremu lous tread, and eutertkepenetralia with 'nervous awe. Opon arriving at, and projecting yout head over, a very sub stantial barrier, beyond which, like Mahomet's lotus tree, there is no pass ing, you will see many thiags to surprise you ; a man in a wig, for instance, sit ting on a crimson cushion, stuffed with wool-a few ordinary looking men lounging about on the beaches, and laughing as unconcerned as though they had stuffed ail their dignity, pro tem/?., into the woolsack-not lying at full length indeed, and snoring like the indecorous commoners, but giving you au idea of a very fiiendly knot of mid dle ajjed gentlemen, not overburdened with the cares of fife. One -...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. quidverum atgue decem curo, et roge, et omnstrin hoc sum--- Hor. [?] lib. 1, ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1840 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

Qufdveriimatqict detrmviiTëi *troso,et+mn*sin« i--B***Kfc^ltb. 1, ep. )EUID^ : FBJDAY, MÁY'S»/ 1840 rjUCI£4Ir ÇOBPO&A.TION BILL. Wax jsan make every allowance for the . difficulties with which a writer, whose subject is untenable, and incapable of defence, finds himself at time» beset, asv also; for the, wantof temr^ which a con sciousness of such a position* is too apt to engender/ but, the indulgence in a. mean (Spirit pf. acuñüity, or the employ ment v¿í" language, of low and vulgar, abuse, on the part of a public JoutaaHst, excites in our minds nouiing but a leelin^ ; of pit Vf i Such js the feeling we eitíertaia, towards tba.writer of the article, which; - appeared . i^i _ the Chronicle öf ? --: nesda^i last, npon the- subject ol' the. ¿Municipal Corporatioa Bill., Not sa tisfied- t^yith. mis-statement of fasts, he honours, us with a tivadeef abuser and than cJi^Mes at his own imaginary CICK verne^s^ .With whomsoever he may be at variance, ^e standsupon good terms with ...

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SHEEP FARMING.—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

SHEEP FÄftVÍlNG.-IVoHV FOOT*ROT, SAND ?RACK, *&C - Th*1 principal disorders ot*, the foot ar*», J%*»t,-^«Midcrae>ic. attô; inflammation of the Biflex Canal. The first-appears to he a sp cies eÏTvhi(to&t and is in a hjtjh dejf.-ee contagion*; it arises from allowin«jt«the she«*!» *«» departure on low damp pounds in theTaiuy season; on its'Wirst appearance Uie sheep is seen to halt ^a little, the foot is hot, the coronet inflaniHil and swollen, (the fore feet are -¡r-iiesally the first to be a»tacked,)^seTA few days it is evident the amiiiatoanoot set ils toot on the giountd ~ wrtli^'»ut -excessive pain, the coronet (the. part where the-hoof anti skiirjoii,) i*,very-red taidmiicfettwirflen; the *ole, where the,mailor generally makesm»tirsf appearance, 4*-*wft, and if nipón «pressure the animal T,w i nee*, v«*trMnarv be..sore the, dieciseis sealed fthere; if Mleh«»of is «frieau the oiseased pa t HMS.v**be discern**! tty the «ye. I *Hd**red r tf». or-'Ceed. the wini l...

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PORT PHILIP V. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

I t>oBT PtTlLlP HEW ZEALAND. IK a late number of the * Pott Phil lip Herala}/ (he Editor of that Jour* nal informs ois, that he has been favored sf ith a letter from Sydney, in which it is^aaid ip be the intention of Oévero níf ot to jiclw^e the expenses of New Zealand upon that new and a* "yet stoning settieoieat. Of coarse, &ig step is ¿jerceiy denounced aa impolitic an^ aojas*. If strikes as# indeed, «s m Lhardsbip to which thé settlement at ' Port Phillip should scarcely subnVit, except.on strong' and. very . sul^ntitfl ^grounds. - But let this writer he left |Ojj rspeak for himself. * . yo j .* Since the publican »«. of our last VllUInber,,, says he, .« we have been fa ^vored with a perusal of a letter received í foy the -overland. mail front ^ydnftV r giving the intelligence briefly aUuifeU to in Friday's * HerabI,-' mote, ful Iv lt.: . detail. The expenses of the N«wj Zealand Government for the eiin^rl year are, it seems. estimated at.C«0,OO rj *a»id this enormous ...

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SYDNEY MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

SYD-NBY MECHANICS INSTITUTE;1 : SOME weeks af o, .we received the seventh aauuui report of the Sydney Mechanic's IrV st it ute, but the press of other matter precluded - the possibility of our noticing it at an earlie** }>eriod As there is wow, however; a re«»«* ciattion of'our our oWn Institution, anda« tb*? inaugural address%n to be pronounced thi> , evening, this hs^ perhaps, as seasonable -a Hnjn»; as could ha** been chosen iur introducing this subject, . AU we shalj attempt to give4* .withstanding the recent presluTe'oí the ftfifós* has suffered no material diminution, whiteo the members who are monthljreh^ted, and ihfc crowded--*t*te-of- the Theatre ar tpan) of tb^ ^ lectures during the past year¿u give eV(pi% assurance that the character and-merits of the Sydney. Mechanics'-School, of Ans continue to be appreciated t>y. those, with a view whose mtdlectual and moral improvement^r <wa* more particularly establish^!. >>»sf TheC^mnútteewouldhereadducéins...

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SYDNEY MAREKTS—Saturday, April 11. Fine. Seconds. Ration. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

SYDNEY MAREKT5^Saíur<íú«,wlprU JU. Fine. Seconds. Ration. Floor at tbe Mills .. ... .45s.. 4tttJ.,.î';3ôV A deduction of ls per lOOlbá is mkdein all cask purchases. ? , WHEAT-at the Mills (Colonial^8*j Mtuô Corn Market, 18s 6d according to quality. «* Bran-I s 6d to ls 9d per bushel. - t MAIZE-Prices given growers, ids to 1 Of per bushel,still scarce. Retail prices 10s to 10s 6th per bushel. BREAD-The loaf of 21b, 9d to lOd. BISCUIT-Fine, 55s to 60s pei emt ; seconds» 50s do. HAY, £11 to £15 per ton. Hay plentiful. DAIRY PRODUCE-Fresh butter 3s per lb: salt do, ls 3d to ls 8d ; Irish Butter, (none ta ' market);cheese, ls to ls 4d do; hams ls to ls 4d - do; bacon 9d to ls do. BOTCHER'S MEAT-Beef, per Jb, (joint) by carcase, 3*d to 4<i ; salt per cask, 4d to 4§d ; veal, per lb, lCd to ls; po«k. 9d to lOd ditto. " FAT CATTEB-From £9 to £8 10s per head, averaging from 5001bs to 600lbs. SHEEP-(Shorn) 14s to 18s each, averaging 561 HF. VEGETABLES-Potatoes, (V.D.L.) 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

£afe* *g public aurtwn. SALÉ Bf PUBLIC AUCTTOtt. rTHlS DAY, friday,- Âray*î9th, at 12 o'clock Mr. Neale \Vili «eli by Auction, at tbe Stores of Messrs Hack, Watson, & Co:,' ABOUT thirty tons Very superior Potatoes j ^12 chests superior Congou and llyson Tea, five tons Mauritiers sog r, 40 boxes Liverpool soap. About 20 barrels prime mess pork, and » Quantity L^doo-made window^a^es^taAd 50 TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION j by Mr. Neale, j ~Oa Tuesdav next, June 2nd, at 12 o'clock, at his premises, Franklin-street, about HEAD superior CO WS HEIFERS] just ready to calve. Also, a few Steers and Working Bullocks. A brown Gelding, 6 years old, a. firrt- rate bush horse. * Terms -Under £25. cash ; £35 and ondex ! £50-, two months; £50 a?»d upwards, ütree ntonthsv discountable bills. TiilS DAY. TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,; by Bentham and CO j * On Friday, Ma v 29th, 184Ö* M their large j Rooms, King vvilliatn-!*tieBt. at twelve' o'clock, rjpHE following FREEHOLD PRO 1 PERTY: Three Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 May 1840

1 AUSTRALIAN,'* which is pabYisbed every ToesdAyaofl fsiday morning, at the Office,corner of Stephens-place, Randie-street^ .P^iCB^rTgicP^Pita-6d per number. or Si.per «unuin paid in advance. Siibsc« iberB bave their pa -pera sent to them if they -desire it. j AD7áaT[«^KBN:T!).-;>-«íiiieft and under [each inser tion] Ss.ed ; aHove 6 lines. Sd. perliiié -Adver-¡ «ttsements cannot ive received later than * o'clock on1 «Monday and Thorsdav; and adders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, mast be sent to fthe office before. 3 o'dockon the Saturday or Wed vnesday prior to the next day nf publication, or they -cannot be attend ed *». ' - Adverthte_ments> most baye writ'en -appa them -th&narabeij pf times* they are to he inserted, or .túvíyWílt he continued until countermanded. Ail Subscriptions'and AcVertisemeuts, must be paid torin advance. u "íorjPre^ht or Charger, X^Ivfin^^k-bvJtit^arque ELIZA, _391 ions per register^ Captain JOHN MAN*), will be ready for sea i...

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