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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

BOOK AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, H &e. J ROBERT THOMAS & CO. beg to announce B that ihcy have opened their extensive new iirco.ifps. in front of the lute Publishing Ollice of 'lie llrgistcr and Chronicle, with h now find moft "] extensive selection of BOOKS & STATION XiliV -I of every description. Among the Works at present on hand ore the CI following, ivceivcd principally ex Xaiad, from London:- " * Victnrial Ilililu, S voU.. in cloth Dltln in culf ' Ditto in ™lf. pilt I l'ictorial I'rayer Hook, in cloth . I History of Engluul, 4 vol?., In JwrU. ov *«ls- 1" i, ••lotli " Edition nf PH i**?en.\ in|mrtaor vol?. Ci History of I'uk'Mlnc, first 12 \mrtf Hl Arabian Nigliti-, vuls I and 2. in cloth I'enny «-vcloim.tliB. tlrst 17 vols.. in clotl. or calf I'eniiy MoKu/inc, from tin? commencement to the middle <if imn. in vols. (i M'oodeul* from the r«iny Mnaiwim1. 2 vol*.. pllt The anovc Works an: nil Chat It's Ivttiglit & Co *., publications and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. ? oo - — ? — — ' i 10 UK SOI.il l!V IM'RI.K' AlTl'IflX, i HY r. UMUiS, \ On Monday. Mutch 1st. IH.4I. «»'i the premiss, «t I ihe rnuier «il Him Icy -tnd M«-rnheil.M reefs, \ lately occupied by Mr Jo-d'na I isber, without [ rilHI' rvirtHiruler rf t'le stock, consisting --- '? .1 Cork ?-'itt«»f. Hiiulnp che.se, soup, mould j .Hurtle*.. Mud: i-ep'-cr. ??ipn-., iirrow root, lime | nice in i ir«. *-|'lit iu-iik, «'»rlioi!a»* «-l s'da, Kpsnni | '. nils, wishing «'''??. lucit'ei*, white ]«-n*i. -piantiiy j «T--cl:eiyivmv, l.-cl;s, l.iitn.:., ;?!»??!? '-?;.!-. coni' r ; n-.v.os, 'nii.-iiu'i*. tin ware, t (t.iin iait ;?-, F;'''' i l-aper, l'lic-lx-s, ladies' mill frills' raiulct cUm'ks, I ► hooliiipjicUeTs linysV'.otlnmr, blaiikeis, hovory. | lirowii imiliiod, shining, white sliirt.-', mole-kin ; ^nckcts. Mouse*. | imi hurley ineid, u pUcnt ; wangle, i-nd ;. \ tiiety of iilliernrlicle*. : Salt' toe.HMin.'iice'.it 12 o'clock precisely. ! ?ro in: sot i- MY rtmi.ic aiciion. : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

FOH LONDON MltECT, Wllll LIUHH.IV IO . At.l. AT HOIUUT fOWJJ. 10 FlfcL I'f. Jt^£T THE tine teak built barque JfWwSN. CYGNET, 3m tons. Captain W&Mv^. i-«ls-t«n, will meet with inuiiedi. IKSiffisP*^ ate disputed. For IV'inlit or | JB^^B^ putKuge (huviug splendid urvuiu uiodaliun) curly application is nereuwrty to j y JOHN SNOOKE. A^ent to the Ve»sel. Hindley and King William streets, Fchiuary 17, I84L ? WILL 1OSITIVKLV SAIL ON SATURDAY, FEBKUAUV 27th. For Port Phillip, ami to call at George Town, to land passengers for JLaun ccston,— A + THE fast-sailing liric PORTER, JxsBri&Q^' c°inn-dU^t'r- Thi* vessel affords **3*4Klg tfnod acconmiodiition tor f)us?en ftiaSiSiftSsiP wr*, 'lit. cubin lit-m^ liiive, and rmni jitaoly touiid in uvery requisite ; the steer. aice in also very superior, well ventilated, and six fe. t tiiph. Fur freight or nusgnge. apply early to JOHN NKWMAN. Kundlestrcer. FOK HOUAUT TOWS IMRECT, HV/ *?«./ on --tind-iy next, ,\ aJTx. Ttitt ie»:«ilar (lullin...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1841. Register office[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1841. Register office[?] We have delayed the usual time, desirous to give our readers the in- telligence that might be received by the ship from England reported to be anchoring in the Bay last night. We have just learned that,   owing to the tempestuous state of the weather, no communication has been had iwth the vessel.   Should news of importance reach us during the day, we shall publish a SECOND EDITION.      

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FINANCIAL CRISIS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

FINANCIAL CRISIS OF SOUTH AUS- TRALIA. The dishonor of Colonel Gawler's official bills on the Commissioners will, of course, be the signal for a recommencement of the ordinary misrepresentations of South Australia. and we shall, no doubt, have the pleasure of perusing   in the journals of our unenvying neighbours,   for months to come, numerous choice disserta- tions on the "bankruptcy of the bubble colony," and the "failure of the self-supporting hum-   bug," under these or other equally appropriate   titles. We have, certainly, no wish to despre- cate the cudgelling which our "bigger bro- thers" are preparing on the subject. On the contrary, we would rather assist them in their   laudable purpose, provided they would accept a hint or two from us with reference to the par- ticular backs upon which it ought to descend. At all events, we hold it our duty to afford them an opportunity of arriving at just conclu- sions—ca...

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PROPOSED ADDDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

PROPOSED ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. No one acquainted with the peculiar atmosphere which, in small colonies expecially, surrounds   the dispensors of place and cash, need be [?] of the extraordinary facility with which things called "addresses" to this or that great man   are manufactured. South Australia, indeed, has always been particularly happy in this species of "balaam;" but we do not think     it has ever excelled its former doings so de- cidedly as in teh magnificent specimen of "soft sawder" which we subjoin, and which,     we are gravely told, is now "in the course of     signature previons to presentation to the Go- vernor!" This funny document is worth something as a literary curiosity alone; but   there is merit in the notion of an address of     condolence on the very ticklish subjects of   his Excellency's dishonored...

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SEIZURE OF A FRENCH MERCHANT SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

SEIZURE OF A FRENCH MERCHANT SHIP. THE report, in another part of our paper, of the case in which Caption Biron, on the French ship Ville de Bordeaux, and Mr Symers, part charterer, and agent for the owner, Mons.Joubert, were charged with assaulting certain Custom-house Officers, will be read with         interest. No evidence was produced affecting either Captain Biron or Mr Symers; but as   the Advocate-general intimated he had evi- dence to offer agaisnt the latter, the magis- trate took recognizances for his appearance to answer, at the ensuring assizes, any indictment for assault that might be then preferred against him. The proceedings in this most deploable case exhibit, not merely a wanton disregard, on the part of the Government authorities, of all acknowledged civil rights, but involve the most reckless an dunprecedented attack on the property of the subjects of a foreign and friendly nation, which it should ...

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CATTLE BRANDING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

CATTLE BRANDING. The new act referring to the branding of       cattle is now in operation, and the following brands have already been assigned. We are told by some large stockholders that more useless, vexatious, and unneccessary regulations   could scarcely have been contrived. The plan, especially, of obliterating the old brands is   said to destroy all traces of former proprietorship, and eminently to entitle the measure to be designated "An Act for the more securely stealing of cattle." A pithy letter on the subject, received at a late hour yesterday,     shall appear in our next :— List of Persons to whom Cattle Brands have been assigned, up to Wednesday, February 24, 1841— Charles Wm. Sturt, triangle near side John ?Henbont, ?? far rump       Donald McKechie, MK (joined together) near rump. Alfred Mundy, mS far ribs Margaret Murdock, M near ribs &a...

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SELECTIONS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

SELECTIONS OF LAND. THE following are the selections of land made since the last official report:— William Goldney. section 53, between the Mil- ner and Gawler Special Surveys, 80 acres, by purchase. Francis Staker, section 337, Distric A, 80 acres, by purchase. Richard Jenkyns, section 785, District B, 80 acres, by purchase. [?] Schumann, sections 3816, and 3818, District Mount Barker, 160 acrs, by purchase. John Harkness, section 2390, on the Finniss, 91 acres, by land order 9907, and £11. David Boyd, of Glasgow, section 2319, on the Finniss, 81 acres, by land order 92, and £1   Andrew Murdoch, section 5224, on the sources of the Onkaparinga, 80 acres, by purchase.     Benjamin Robinson, section 120, District C, 80 acres by land order 1149.   Thomas Mathews, section 860, District B, 80 acres, by purchase. William F. Ferguson Esq., of Calcutta, Green   Slip 2105, District B. 56 acres, by purchase. Willam F. Ferguson, ...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGISTER. I am, Gentlemen, & c., C.CALTON Feb, 10th, 1841. GENTLEMEN — As the kindness of the Commis-     sioners at home provides a library for the moral wants of the emigrats on board each vessel sent out to the colony by them, the whole of which are supposed to form one common stock of infor- mation in the shape of a useful library in the colony, it has often been a matter of surprise to myself, and I have frequently heard the subject referred to by others, who like myself cam to the province under the wings of the Commissioners, that nothing has been heard of the whereabouts of what here now (with proper care on their arrival) amount to a very large stock of books. About three years ago, I was commissioned in   London to purchase one of these small lots for the use of the ship I came out in. If the above were applied as intended, I am sure they would   prove a great boon to the colo...

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NEW COLONIAL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

NEW COLONIAL REGULATIONS. A NEW edition of the "Rules and Regulations' fof the colonial service, has been published by order of the Secretary of State for the Colonies. The following in a precis of its principal con- tents :— The "settled" colonies are thus enumerated   in the order of their settlement:—Antigua, Bar-     badoes, Montserrat, Nevis, St Kitt's, Tortola, Anguilla, Baliamas, Bermudas, Sierra Leone, St Helena, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land,   Western Australia, Southern Australia. The duration of appointments of all governors       is limited to six years, extendable only under special circumstances.   No Governor has power to give assent to acts of colonial legislatures for naturalizing aliens   without authority previously obtained from the Secretary of State.   No Governor can absent himself from his government without leave. The only f...

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TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, 25th February, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, 25th February, 1841. Present— The Mayor; Alderman Davis, Smil- lie, Stevenson; Councillers Brown, Wilson Hailes, Blyth, Lamber, Neale, and Sanders. The business before the Council this morning was unimportant. Another Report of the Bye-law Committee was presented and approved of. The following is an outline of its proposed enactments:—       "The Committee suggest an alteration as to       cellar doors, that they should be allowed; the Town Surveyor taking care that they be properly secured. "No hay stack of more than one load to be permitted. "That no swine be kept within forty yards of   any street or public place, under a penalty of     forty shillings for every such offence. "Owners or occupiers of houses neglicting to   keep clean all private passages, yards, &c., shall forfeit, say forty shillings nor less...

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RESIDENT MEGISTRATE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. On Monday morning, Captain Henri Biron, of the French ship Vole de Bordeaux, and Captain Symers, one of the charterers of that vessel, appeared before the Resident Magistrate, charged with assaulting John Anthony, custom-house officer at Glenelg, while in the discharge of his duty. The Advocate General conducted the case   on behalf of the prosecutor—Mr Torrens, collector of customs. Mr Mann and Mr Fooks appeared for the defence. Mr John Anthony, officer of customs, Glenelg,   made the following statement:—Last Friday     week, I went on board, along with Mr Torrens,     Collector of Customs. We went to insepct the ship's papers, and to ascertain the state the ship's company were in. Mr Torrens asked for the ship's papers, but was told by the mate that the captain was on shore and he had the papers with him or they were locked in his cabin. We again went on board on Saturday to...

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MONEY. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

MONEY. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGISTER. GENTELMEN — I beg beave, through the medium of your columnns to arouse the attention of my fellow-colonists to the very important subject of the present financial position of the colony, as it is one in which the personal prosperity of every       colinsit, and the future well being of the colony, is so deeply involved. I do not wish to enter into what might call forth discussion, or on which different opinions are formed, viz.—The large expenditure which   has occasioned the present embarrassment and created a large debt; or, are we to be transferred from the "Commissioners" to the "Colonial       Office;" and, if so, will we be benefited by the change? In my opinion, the important matter for the   colonists to consider is, will they be satisfied to be taxed to pay the interest of the debt, or allow the "Land Fund" to be swal...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. FEBRUARY 27, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 February 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. FEBRUARY 27, 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, Irish, p lb 0 1 2 0 1 3 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 1 6 0 2 0 CANDLES—   English, wax, p lb 0 2 3 0 3 0 Ditto, spermacetti, ditto 0 2 3 0 5 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 Cheese, English, p lb 0 1 8 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 1 0 Cigars, Manilla (in bond), p thousand 3 10 0 4 10 0 Ditto, Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

ADrX&IDEt rriiAtidaodruMstwd bribe tVofffirtora- Rcnr.nr Tbo«*« A Co., M (Mr Prtaiog OScc, Hindlr)'-«in<et,«iiH>te(MmMd MmHteac***,*** ■It rorogtnnicaiians toth« Editor*, win Ik letflvefl. Frfec, per anno*, £* lOh, or £t I*. If tw<4l* At torn?. A4fentteMent*intcicFediagri^iiliaa,««. and M. tot etetT *ddUtnM) line. MinUwawrto nnwt bi«e the nakct «f imotfMrt miM •? *c". otherwise Uk>j wi?he mf LtfcrtehigeJfertfl tdtotilCMM MOt to M« U bf «U ?VlMfc «* Mhand«y«*etfv Tho «Mft Urfurfii ff^tkfrf ■*; be ta< eltfce M !«wine Aptrt?, l9«riraa «irin«and «l«ertiMMeabs ?UJ Nonb Adelaide; Mr Oaoper, Bln>—nh: Mr IknMa, IVMtAdpUhtr; MrHj*. ?oarln««t MrT(cK,Gfwr«T otred. Svrfncv; aoi Mrmn Bta<* w< AfMUraaft

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "[?] records." SC[?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

F ACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "[?] records." SC[?]. ROYAL NEW YEAR'S G[?]TS.-In IGOS, Sir Dudley Cslleton with-"New Year's Day passed without any solemnity, and the ex[?] gilts that [?] woul to be used at that [?] are |;lltst,al v.m uoul to bj Mi.cd :;t that tiim: :>e m. Im Uid by, t h«,t i | K . T.crnstuuua i-rci-ut «•{ ll;e |>ur«c .•( j^.M v.as hr.rd tv V ).;<! ?.i,!...i:t «-k'.;ifi." It aj:j.«ars,, lion'fver. that in tliis war tin l.ailtit Humin-oon |ii<sente« v.uil tvcvi\oA k New Yeu-V ;-ilt. IW^ouii w.jius icvnxl l!i«* itictlui) <4'j:r< «<<!.(mij; a:,,) uw;«-i«.}.-ii :_•• X?n: inuil t>j\ ■- in-n |iutt>e of itbont i>. prut. M.S. j?ut t..« r?-i«.t<> vi |i.>-.-et. <tf new |!uM, M x?;s «|<i<rt, a:iii jio lo Cue |.r<«>« imp «!:?mbtr, altore jlu ??.ait X o'clocku. a;nl deliver tlu; |iii:.-c i.i.'l t'u ;:?!•! unto my l«t??«\ Ciiur.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

IXIU LUN DON'DIRUCT. i wirn LiSEiiry i-o at noii.\«T rows. I •JO I ILL IV. I Jr- _ TDK tine teak liuilt liuiqne | Kx&'.\ CYOIVJiT, 300 lone. Captain j «I.S^k, ;).iUtuii, will inwe with inmiedi- j J/J&3r |lte «''s i'?lC''- ''or •j*''i!?t <"■ 'r^yff* imst-a^e (having Kplvndid ui'eoni inodation) i-urlv «iiu!ii?tion is luwkswy to JOHN SNOOKE, Agent to the Vessel. Bindley nnJ King William streets, "Tebi nary 17, 1841. FOR FKBIOHT OK CIIMITBR. —r- — Tub line fast . suiting barque Mm\ CUAUt.ES, tons, J. G. Pwrker, is w«l! adapted lor llic coiiveyance ol ■t^ijxfiiiJSS* stock, and can be rowdy "for sea lit v lew iiourti notice. JOHN SNOOKK, Agent to the Vvcsel. liiiriley & King Willltajn-t'ut't, 1m AUicli, 1841. FOH I.AUNCESTON DIBECT, a^-"^ THE fine scboom-r fIAWK, Cap- JpKmU*!— tall Brown. For freight or pas- JfflmfKT sttge apply to CUAS. BF.CK& CO., Vfei TiiMPr riiuders street. Miir.h -2. 1841. FOHLAUNCESION DIRECT. Ay^p^ THE retiuiar traduiir sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

FOR WEIGHT OU CUMtTF.It, , a jpt THE AVi'H' HOLLAND, dipt. Jit-sliF!j.mL. """""i *~0 tons register. 'I'UU .&jjjfmfJi^ >easef luing faithfully built, ami 'g3wJ3jL capable of carrying 240* tons general ■■*2sKiStmM cargo, is well mhiptcd for carrying stock. Apply to W. S. WHITINGTON & CO., Bundle-street. * NOTICE TO CONSIGN RES. ->^-i. THE COHS.iJIt steamer, Capt. j9SflfcFM^^G. 11. Fox, having arrived from <UMflLy^y£'London and the Cape, consignees ; «JilH?P*fe*aro requested to makt> immediate • arrangements for receiving their tfoods from alongside as per bill of lading, to prevent demurrage. W. S. WIUTINGTON & CO. Rundle.ttrcct, 4th Moich, 1841. FOB SYDNEY DIRECT, ? j*-<- THE line fast-sailing packet Itrig jjgM DORSET. B. Mackay. master, JoBNmJ<~' will positively sail in tin days. WWft* A?V Yto V. & E. SOLOMON. March 3, 1611. FIRE AT OLD GOVERNMENT-HOUSE —CASE OF MR HIUNTLY MAC PHERSON. The contempt and ignoran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

SALES BY AUCTION SHEEP, wool, &c. To be sold by Public auction, BY N. HAILES At his rooms, Hindley street, on Monday, March 8th, at one o'clock— 196 wethers, in lots to suit purchasers     12 bales Wool, after which, which, A variety of miscellaneous lots, including— A Timor pony, without reserve Broad paling Posts and nails 2 barrel churns Guns Fenders 2 ladders Cloth trousers 70 plush vests &c. &c. &c. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY N. HAILES, At his rooms, Hindley -street, at one o'clock on Tuesday, the 9th day of March, 1841, by order   of the trustees of Mr James Fletcher, de- ceased— THE interest of the said James Fletcher in a piece of land, part of the quarter of an acre numbered "54" in Hindley-street, being a frontage of 34 feet, by a depth of 240 feet, with the shop or store frontting the said street, and the buildings and cottage behind, held under an agreement for a lease fro...

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