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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Saturday, February 27th—The barque Charles, 216   tons, Captain Parker, from King George's Sound, in   ballast. Monday, March 1st—The schooner Challenger, 70 tons, Captain Robertson, from Launceston, with a cargo of colonial produce. Same Evening—The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Captain Mackie, from Sydney, having left on the 14th February. Passengers : Mr & Mrs M. Solomon and family, Mr J.M. Solomon, Rev. Mr Benson, and Mr. Reynolds. On Wednesday —The steamer Corsair, from London 10th October, and the Cape January 10th, with the fol- lowing passengers:— Mrs Fox and servant, Miss Rose, Miss Poar, Mr Rose, Mr Gillmore, Bengal army, and servant; Mr G. Tillman.— Steerage passengers: John   Barnes, sen., John Barnes, jun., Robert Pradford. SAILED. Tuesday, March 2—The brig Porter, 254 tons, Capt Porter, for George Town and Melbourne in ballast. Same Day—The schooner Waterwitch, 99 tons, Capt. Talbot, for Hobart Town...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1841. NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1841. NEWS FROM ENGLAND. THE Corsair brings no public news later than has been received via Hobart Town. No decision had been come to on the 10th of October in refe- rence to the Governor's bills, which continue to be protested for non-acceptance. It was confi- dently expected that they would be paid at ma- turity. There was a rumour prevalent, indeed, that the Treasury had agreed to pay the bills, and to hold Governor Gawler personally liable for their amount. It had been decided to remodel the Council ; and in a few days it was expected a satisfactory arrangement would be concluded. but from the Advocate-general having left the Court, his Honor deferred adopting that step till the following morning. The proceedings which then took place are worthy of especial perusal. We have no wish to comment on the Advo-   cate-general's fresh attempt to perpetuate the previous injustice committed on Mr Macpher- son, or up...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The emissions alluded to by A Subscriber are accounted for by the cirumstance that we do not insert notices of births, marriages, or deaths but when handed to us as advertisements. The subject mentioned by a Port Agent is not ripe yet. The correspondence has been laid before the Governor. Various letters, the official correspondence about the sheep, the encouragement to Cattle Stealing act, &c., must stand over.

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FINANCIAL CRISIS-SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

FINANCIAL CRISIS-SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE. IN our last we demonstrated, we hope beyond all fair controversy, that the financial crisis of the Colonial Government, occasioned by the dishonor of Governor Gawler's unauthorised drafts, affected in no degren either the present advancement of the province, or the integrity of the self-supporting principle upon which it is based. The necessary consequence of the establishment of those facts was to demolish and refute the assertion put forth by Colonel Gawler, that he " had sacrificed the self sup- porting principle to save the colony."     The plain logical deduction, indeed, from   such premises is almost self-evident. His Ex-   celleney claims the merit of saving the colony by means of sacrificing the self-supporting principle. But the self-supporting principle is not sacrificed, and Governor Gawler there fore has not, as he asserts, by its sacrifice " saved the colony." Much of the st...

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SEIZURE OF A FRENCH MERCHANTMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

SEIZURE OF A FRENCH MERCHANTMAN. APART from all consideration affecting the violation of the rights and property of the subjects of France in the a ports of friendly power, the recent seizure of the Ville de Bordeaux is assuming a complexion which will speedily force the colonists into some decided line of action, if they do no wish that a goodly portion of their Customs' revenues should disappear in the shape of damages and law expences. The whole proceedings of our colonial authorities in this matter are of a description not merely illegal and impolitic, but such as, if sanctioned by the Colonists themselves, will infallibly, nay, deservedly, bring disgrace upon the commercial character of the province, and drive from our markets the very persons whom of all others it is for our advantage to encourage, and protect. since our last notice of this deplorable transaction, the Custom - house authorities have been driven from all their first positions. The attempt to prove an assault ag...

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TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, March 4, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, March 4, 1841. Present—The Mayor ; Aldermen Davis, Smil- lie, and Stevenson, and Mesrrs Blyth, Hailes, Andrews, Sanders, Wakeham, Lambert, Neale, and Watson. The minutes of the Market Committee being read and considered, it was resolved—That a market for the sale of hay, corn, butter, poultry, eggs, and other farm produce (except horses, cattle, calves, sheep, and pigs), and for the sale of fish, be established on the acre in King William- street belonging to the Corporation, and that such market be held on Saturday in each week, and that it be referred to the Market Committee to give publicity to the above resolution, and to take the necessary steps for carrying it into effect. Resolved — That the Council do appoint an officer on probabation for three months, as inspector of weights and measures and close to the new market for farm produce, and that the salary be at the rate of £50 per annum. Resolved — That the Report of the Finance Committee, i...

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CRIMINAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

CRIMINAL SESSIONS. The Supreme Court, commenced its sittings as a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery on Tuesday morning last. The following Grand Jury were sworn in :— Robert Ferguson John Snooke   Samuel Alexander Daniel Sutherland James Frew William Salter John Hill W. S. Whitington C. G. Everard John Knott George Hamilton A. L. Elder, Esquires. Alfred Mundy Dr Everard —Foreman. His Honor having taken his seat on the Bench, said, that before he could proceed to address the Grand Jury, he must know from the Advocate- general what course he intended to pursue in the case of Mr Huntly McPherson. The Advocate general said he meant to pro-   secute. His Honor then spoke nearly as follows :— Gentlemen of the Grand Jury—On some former occasions I had the satisfaction of remarking that of the prisoners sent here for trial, the number of emigrants was small when compared with the whole number of prisoners. I am sorry that on the present occasion ...

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FRANCE AND THE EASTERN QUESTION. (From the Correspondent of the Exminer, Oct 4.) Oc: 4./ [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

FRANCE AND THE EASTERN QUESTION. (From the Correspondent of the Exminer, Oct 4.)     It is a melancholy sight to see two such great countries as France and England quarrelling about so epherneral a thing as the sovereignty of   Syria, to see them, with all their greatess, put forth Herculean strength, the one to crush, the other to save, a gnat, yet neighter attain their pur- pose! Not that their strength is tried one against   the other, but that the giant on either side is tied to the ground by each individual hair, like Gulli- ver, and enchained by a myriad of petty men and petty circumstances. M. Thiers reckons upon   the difference of opinion in our own Cabinet, the balance state of our parliamentary parties, the   jarrings even of the officers employed by our Go- vernment; and the French Minister reasons, that before our Foreign Minister can fulfil his political   intentions, he will be ...

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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY.-No. 7. BYMENOPPERA, NO. 11.- ACU[?]ATA CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY.—No. 7. HYMENOPTERA, NO. 11.—ACULEATA CONTINUED.   NATURÆ AMATOR. March 2, 1841. THE ant-hills last mentioned, though seldom so high within a foot as those at Kangaroo Island, are frequently three feet in diameter; they may occasionally be found at the foot of the mountains, but are so scarce, that a long walk will seldom present more than half a dozen at most, even in those parts of the country where they are not so uncommon— they are inhabited by quite a different species of ant to thase in the smaller southern island, being of a very light color, and in size and markings not unlike the common flea (pulex irritans), the head of this species has a very singular appearance—it is of a dark brown color, presenting thereby a great contrast to the body, and joined to the thorax in such a   way as to resmeble the old skin of the head of a caterpillar, which still remains for a time attached to the top of that newly formed, after...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MARCH 6, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 March 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MARCH 6, 1841. ALE— WHOLESALE. £. s. d. RETAIL. £. 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, lb 0 0 7 0 0 8 Beer, Colonial, p hhd 4 0 0 4 10 0 Bran, p 20lb 0 3 5 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 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 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, Chinsurah, ditto ditto..,. 1 10 0 2 0 0 Ditto, Havann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

I ?00K AND STATION KUV WAREHOUSE, ! ami v now translation u! ,!„. . V r;ibian : Night*, lor the woodcuts, which are excited by ! the tint artists in Great U.i.ai,, . , lld f O p tli^lSu irrnrinpi to ilk- Drawing-room Scran H oO k lor IHII, Juvenile ditto for Irill, Gallery VporlraU. 7 vols.. Hook of Gems, 2 vr-ls., Consiatitinoitle I mid the Seven Chinches of Asia Minor •> vols I Syria, the Holy Land, and Asia Mi:i,,r'it vols!' : Views in hi.lia, C'liiim, &c. U vols., Italy, l'rancc) I and Switzerland, It vols., Views in Surrov and' ' Sussex, ditto Cornwall, Essex, Kent, lievoii, | Wt's'iiiitrelaitd and Cumberland, 3 vols., smd" Lancashire —all from the celebrated firm of Fisher Son, & <" 0 . The following is a list of a few of the Books now on the shelves :— % ieu* of London. 2 voX Gronm. Servant of all • •-•in*- (..vcldjia-dia, lust 17 work, lloui.emaid,Niirsery ,, *„• ~ . ">"'•?. lady's - maid, and li'niix MiKaxnw t0 iiii,)Ji c shepherd. .."! !. K...

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NEW AGRARIAN SYSTEM. (From the Literary Gzaette, August 29th.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

NEW AGRARIAN SYSTEM. (From the Literary Gzaette, August 29th.) WE regret our want of power, without diagrams and engravillgs, which on Guzette could not contain, to afford any adequate idea of the inpur-<*> tant system which Mr Pinkus has developed under the above, title. It implies lo the entire ajrrii'iiltuie and eiilti.ati,in of the earlli which we inhabit, and frci.i v liu-li all >n mkind derive tin ir Ai (li-1 v'olliss-eiini, iv the U.-ijent's I'ark, we :il|fi<d..-d and witiie^i.-d the woiking of a model of a ct-rtaiu-m lehiuery, by means of which this extraordinary revolution its proposed to hi; brought a'aotn. I'e.,nsi>ts of a stationary eteutn-engiue, which eoiiiiniiiiiciiles by pii.<-s laid a (v\v inches; i-.:;.!,-! .-:ui-.iil, a:!il hraucliitix in all tin- necessary .iir-.-iii. ,s, vuth tli.- iiiiLliine tor performing every kind oi hiijliati-.lry and i-.^rieultiira! labor, — pl-oi-j-hiii^, hari-.-wi.i!;, so-.vi.ii;, reajiilig, drai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

FOHJLONOON DIItECT. Wllll LIIiEdYV JO iAI,I, AT lIOIIAIIT IOWS, ■IO I'll.t. ?V. J-JST/- THl<' Km.- t<-«l< ••"•It bHiijue ?NsV**s\ CVGMir. .-IK) «oi«b Captain wEW.ttJiii^ :>i.Uto:i. wiil iiii-ft with uniiiedi- ~t o «!iti|.?tcli. For lr<-i(.|it or ~?ss.l h 'i- < huvintf bplcndi 1 uccom •nod-tio,.) early ■W^«' | {- J «S^g A^ent to the Vessel. Ilindlev and King William streets, '*Yt.inury I7.jfi*«. "i^li^Alwl?.'cAMJKG^AT SJVASI IMVBH, Hit l(«rquL'A/AC \MLi.I-iM, piCNJ^v dipt. TliOiiibs, lias room for n tiUt&}/2f^c^. ' AY cabin |iu*?i'ii^<'^ only, im- mediate application is necf&sary. Appiy •*> 'I'l' cominmicli'i. Un liolUurto liliNCli & THOMI'aON, lluudlo-fctiftt. Adelaide, 12th March. IBj>. POITsvnNEY DIKECT, /u*-~- THE tine f.«bt-bailiiig paek< t brig jfimfflim^ JiOHSKT. It. MackaV, inat>tci, JgEffjlmJ^' XV'H positively bail in tell days. APl' >lo v & E goLQMON M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

SALKS HY AUCTION. ■?:> ?ii sii'.> ?)Y t'niMc m:.'.tjox, hy a. tr.t!L':<, 'lilts D?v. Uih IMir.'i. Isll. ht h\K stork jurd, Iliii'lltystieet, at o.ir u'llcrk, without i.*crve ■• SIiVKK \l. Ijivuififul IJni.-y <'owk -'.iav« been i!i o dHiry nml re;ul;irlv inilkeil fur the list l'nei? veir*. Alm>, «>ev<*ri'l l>.'iiids>untf lli-it'i'i-* in imII", bred from a dtiij ln':<l; joim^ llullofls (!• IV.r tho Inttrhpr: l'?u**tli«-r with a fe.\v highly lired lIhIIk, nil in the highest pos^ihli- condition ; t'ii> projiert) of a (reiitlenii'il b'Ki'ing tin* cuuntrt to rebid-- in Adelaii'f. Al.so An entire Jrait^l.t Imi'-i', >.iili nil*: «nd liamets lainji'ute. Temis at titno of Sale.. your. jom? iiv l'c.'.'i.tc A'Jcj'iox, tiV A. tfMLKS, On Vondny. lith Mareli, IS-il.m twelve oVloeU, ;ii|jiliiini' tde store of Mefcsrs A It. l>dvis& Co. willioitt reserve— A 41 HONKS MrsrATKLS " I ca<>i' soda J"l rasi's [lirkl...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Monday, March 8.—The schoorer Marys, 61 tons, Capt. Clinch, from Hobart Town, having left on the 21st ult. Passengers:—Miss Neigle, Mr Ryder. Cargo:—     7000 feet timber, 30.000 shingles, 60 deals, 10 half cheats tea, 27 chests ditto, 15 10-catty boxes ditto, 100 hams, 2 casks ditto. 100 bushels apples, 10 bales bacon, 162 bags flour, 27 baskets apples, 35 bags potatoes, 49 bags   onions. 2 casks sugar, 4 boxes dates, and various cases sundries. Same Day.—The ship John Cooper, 700 tons, Capt. Salmon, from Greenock, Cork, and Lisbon, having left these places respectively, on the 16th September, 1st October, and 22nd November. Passengers:— Capt.     and Mrs Watts and family, Miss Watts, Miss Mary Watts, Capt. and Mrs Atkinson and family, Mrs Blair, Misses Blair, Messrs Campbell, Boyle, Davison, Stevens, Stewart, Mr and Mrs Spence, and Miss Pringle. Intermediate:—   Mr and Mrs...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1841. LAND JOBBING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1841. LAND JOBBING. IT is long since we made up our minds not to be surprised at anything Colonel Gawler, in the plenitude of his power and wisdom, might think proper to do. We confess, however, that in common with the great proportion of colonists who have a reasonable stake in the prosperity or the province, we were not a little shocked at the following most strange an- nouncement :— NOTICE. John Morphett and Charles Bagot, requires as representatives of the proprietors of two unappropriated Special Survey Land Orders, having formally stated to the Resident Commis- sioner that available land in sufficient extent for a special survey is not to be found in or within a reasonable distance of the districts at present lo- cated—His Excellency having reason to believe that this statement is well founded, has directed, under these peculiar circumstances, that from and after the eight day of March instant, until further notice, ...

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EMERGENCIES-SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

EMERGENCIES-SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE AGAIN. YESTERDAY'S blast from his Excellency's trumpet is perhaps the most tremendous with which we have yet been favored. A long da capp of last week's flourish terminates with the grand announcement that it is Governor Gaw- ler's "duty to decide what are or what are not emergencies .'" Under such circumstances, we think it is past all dispute that the Lords of the Treasury have nothing more to do than to pay the protested bills. As to dumbler co- lonists venturing upon an enquiry into these delicate matters, the impertinence and pre- sumption would the unmentionable. From henceforth, therefore, let all his Excellency's emergencies—the slaughter-house emergency —the tank emergency—the silver lace emer- gency—the cock'd hat emergency—and all other emergencies whatsoever—be paid for without murmur or grumble. They are his free gifts, and must not be looked at in the mouth. As to the publication of accounts which people have clamoured for so long ...

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THE ADVOCATE-GENERAL'S LAW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

THE ADVOCATE-GENERAL'S LAW. THE incredible proceedings in the case of Mr Huntley McPherson, the official condemnation by Judge Cooper of the illegal conduct of the Magistrates, and the more wonderful exhibi- tion—the grand scena and silo —in which the Advocate General so astonished his Honor and the Court, have been among the prominent subjects of "table talk" during the week. The affair, it seems, is not to be allowed to drop easily—for the learned Advocate, un- satisfied with " taking upon himself the re- sponsibility " of the gross violation of law com- mitted by the Magistrates, has ventured upon the more hazardous experiment of concocting newspaper article on the occasion, even more   curious and characteristic than any former portion of this extraordinary affair. It need not be doubted that we are ready enough to meet the Advocate General on ground where he is probably as much at home as at the bar, nor are we sorry that he has condescended to " run a muck " at us...

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THE MOORGATE-STREET BANK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

THE MOORGATE-STREET BANK. WE find the following in a late number of the Sydney Herald. Mr C. Boucher disappeared from Adelaide about two months ago. THE MOORGATE-STREET BUBBLE. A few months ago we copied from a South Australian paper some remarks upon a concern called the "British and Australasian Bank," the   London agent of which, Mr Boucher, formerly of Newcastle (in this colony) And draws upon his brother, Mr C. Boucher, for a considerable amount, and which orders were not taken up, Mr C. Boucher having no funds. We now perceive that   Mr C. Boucher has drawn upon his brother in London, and that these orders have been pro- tested. The following extract from a London paper, called the Basking Circular, shows the character of the whole affair; but there is no doubt before the exposure took place, many people were fleeced of their money by this specious system— When we seen a bill, drawn on a handsome-looking engraving, headed "British and Australasian Ban...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. GENTLEMEN—Your kindless and sympathising advocacy from time to time on behalf of the unfortunate debtors calls forth their best thanks, and, now beg to call your attentin to a notice which has within the last few days been affixed on the gate of the entrance to the Debtors' New Gaol :- NOTICE. No visitors will be allowed to enter or to remain in the Debtors' Ward after 7 p.m. W.B. ASHTON. Governor of the Gaol.

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