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

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

FOU LONDON DIUISCI". Jt-^Tjr- THIi line teak-built liai«|ii<J Ifiliaiios. t.< torvvatd lite hainc to tin- I'j't iiinne ditttt-ly. Tliere aw no.v only two .uliins disen gaged, lor u-liidi farly ujM^ifunoii ie met ssw j. JOJIN .SNOOKK, A^ent to the Vessel Hinlirv and Kinjr William streets, ' March 19, 1811. FOB IWIT I'lllLLU1 AND SVDNKY, 7'o sail in al/uut <i;iht <( <gs. p~ rr- «- TIIK it'inarUaldy line l.tst-s.iliiii; A I (liiji J<J/iA COOl'flit JBnpjmr .Siliuoli, ci)iilliiaiiil.-i, will ."all js ijfcXUJj^gf above witliout (ail. l-V/i livmlit or jiasbj r ;e, upjilyto the Captain, <?!i "iittid, <«; to MUKUAY, GUlihi.&C'O, AgrllU lo the W'm.l-1. iljtiflh'.y-str*.et. 17th Muu-li, 1841 FO It SYI)N i: V Dllti; C T, To sml on '17th March, A*~ «= THIi line tlrn-oliiMi luij: NEW '■^Curves. HOLLAND, Capt. I. (>uss.;..i. .'Jiiy^i*. ''''li(> vi-ssel lias --upiiioi .ae.m:- Jsg^Xfy niudatiuii (or...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

BIRTH— On Sunday, the 21st inst., the lady of W. B. Edmonds, Esq., of a daughter.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED WEDNESDAY, March 17. —The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Capt. Mackie, for Sydney, in ballast. Passengers:—   Messrs Stein, Thornton, Hallett, Phillipson, Robertson,     Mrs Peck, Mrs Robinson, and others. Sunday, March 22.—The barque King William, 450   tons, Captain Thomas, for Swan River and Singapore, with 1400 sheep. Passengers:—Capt. Symers and Mr Tapson. Monday. March 23.—The schooner Marys, 64 tons, Capt. Clinch, for Hobart Town, in ballast. WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR.   CHARLES (barque), 216 tons, Parker, master—adver- tised for freight or charter. John Snooke, agent.   CYGNET (barque), 236 tons, Dalston, master—loading     for London. J. Snooke, agent.   PLANTER (schooner), 120 tons, Baird, master; dis- charging cargo from the Cape. John Snooke, agent.     ROYAL MAIL (schooner) 100 tons, Ratsey, mas...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1841. THE ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1841. THE ADDRESS TO GOVERNOR GAWLER. —If ADDRESS you are bother'd for—Only look here! Irish Song. GOVERNOR GAWLER having been presented, in all due form, with the address which has lately been concocted with such great, and as the sequel will prove, unnecessary pains, his           Excellency has replied at length—of course in a strain befitting the occasion. Following an approved rule in similar mummery, he returns the unmeaning personal puffs on the addressors in very nearly their own coin. On the one side Colonel Gawler is the best of all possible Governors—on the other— "——Brutus is an honorable man—     So are they all—all honorable men !"   Those, too, who have the presumption to   "hold principles mischievous and unnatural,   though common to the age," are lectured in terms which indicat...

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THE LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

THE LAND OFFICE. MOST of our readers know that, in the selection of country locations preference of choice is given to the land orders of the oldest date. This arrangement, the justice or propriety of which it is not our business at present to ani- madvert upon, renders it indispensable that some means should be adopted for the due as- certainment and publication of such orders as are cancelled by the selection of land. For- merly it was the invariable practice to publish the numbers of all land orders under the au- thority of which selections were made. That course has not latterly been adhered to, al- though it is one winch, for many reasons, ought to be most strictly followed. We have heard, for instance, that some irregularities have recently been discovered, which, even if they are susceptible of explanation, and termi- nate satisfactorily, furnish nevertheless suffi- cient proof that the system adopted at the Land Office is not under that check which would render error impossi...

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BANKING IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

BANKING IN AUSTRALIA. We think there can be no surer test of the pros- perity of any country than the success and stability of the banking establishments con- nected with it; and it cannot but be gratifying to the friends of South Australia to learn that both the banks in Adelaide are exhibiting de-   cided successful results in the simultaneous     propositions which have been made to increase their capital stock. The Bank of South Australia, we believe, has added largely to its capital, while that of Australasia has increased,   or intends to increase, to the large sum of £1,200,000. We have been kindly favored with the fol-   lowing return, which, as showing the returns   of a single bank, is of great commercial and statistical value:—     RETURN of the Aggregate Average Amount of   the Liabilities and Assets of the Bank of   Australasia, as well in En...

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THE "VILLE DE BORDEAUX." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

THE "VILLE DE BORDEAUX." THIS ship, we hear, has at length been formally seized by the Government authorities—the     French flag struck—the British ensign hoisted —the captain and the poor Frenchmen turned adrift. What a precious scrape our official   donkeys are forcing upon the Home Govern-   ment! We are informed that means have   been taken to inform the French frigate cruizing off Van Diemen's Land of these un- warrantable proceedings, so that we may be         favored with a cutting our exploit in our har-     bour. The steamer ought to be kept in readiness to take the Frenchman. We beleive that there are still some shingles and tobacco pipes remaining over from the last expedition. Flints for the musket ought not again to be   forgotten. Prudence and forethought are essential; so if the French man-of-war really &n...

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TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Thursday, March 29. Present— The Mayor; Aldermen Davis, Smillie, Stevenson ; Councillors Blyth, Brown, Hailes, Sanders, and Watson. In answer to a question from the Major, the Town Clerk stated that the bye laws had not yet been received from Mr Mann. The discussion on Capt. Sturt's letter regarding the market was then resumed, but led to no other result than referring the matter to a committee. A memorial was also read, signed by a nu- merous body of stockholders, complaining of the bye laws which it was the intention of the Council to carry into effect regarding the sale of cattle and sheep, particularly as related to the fines proposed to be levied on all cattle sold otherwise than in the public market, and on cattle driven through the streets for sale, except at a particular time of the day. Capt. Sturt's letter and the memorial were then ordered to be referred to the Market Com- mettee, with instructions to report to the next meeting of Council. The re...

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THE ADELAIDE INFIRMARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

THE ADELAIDE INFIRMARY. March 23rd, 1841.     Remaining in, March 16 16 patients. Since admitted 2 " Discharged 2 "   Died 0 "   Remaining 16 "   Honorary medical officer—Wm. Wyatt, Esq.   Visitors — Jolm Morphett and John Newmand,   Esqrs.   N.B.—Donations of worn out lined will be   gladly received at the Infirmary.

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

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. GENTLEMEN— I have seldom been more gratified than by a visit, an Thursday last, to the village of Goodwood, on the occasion of an entertainment given by Messrs Borrow & Goodier to the numer- ous workmen in their employ, about two hundred of whom sat down to a most hospitable dinner, consisting of handsome joints of hot roast and boiled meat, meat pies, excellent plum pudding,   and plenty of good ale. If I was pleased with these exhibitions of good cheer (which have proverbially such charms for   an Englishman) when served up, as in the present instance, in really excellent style, and with a kindness, attention and solicitude for the com- fort and convenience of all, under the direction of the amiable family of my host. If these things pleased, how much more was I delighted at the good feeling which was evinced throughout the whole entertainment between the employee and employed—an exhibition I wish were more fre-...

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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY—No. 10. THE MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY—No. 10. THE MOUNTAINS. NATURAE AMATOR. March 23, 1841. OUR mountain ranges, which lie adjecent to adelaide entend from north to south upwards of fifty miles, and nearly reading the coast at either end, enclose the town between them, and that part of the Gulf denominated Holdfast Bay. At twelve miles from the latter they   rise in successive hills to the summit, which is calculated to be about 18. They present many objects worthy of observation to the naturalist, and romantic spots for the artist who delights to pourtray with his ready pencil the beauties of nature. There, between gullies hid by the   overhanging rocks or thickly growing heather, springs from under some moss-covered stone the clear stream, gliding onwards noiseless in its course, except when the shelving bank causes it to dart forwards in mimic waterfalls   —the soft music of nature. Now all trace of it is unavoidably lost, as it mingles with su...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MARCH 26, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MARCH 26, 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 a 2 0 1 8 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 ...

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THE "JOHN COOPER." (From Wednesday's Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

THE "JOHN COOPER." (From Wednesday's Chronicle.) WE have much pleasure in inserting the copy of a letter addressed by Captain Salmon, of the ship John Cooper, to our worthy Harbour Master, Captain Lipson-leave having been obtained from the litter f«r its production. The compliment is much enhanced by tiie cir cumstance, that Captain Salmon is one "f the ablest and roost experienced of the Clyde ship masters, having sailed the seas fur forty years, and during that tiiuc visited almost evcrv port of note in the wmiJ. We ars glad to hear that Captain Salmon was tnticli pleased with Port Adelaide, though indeed .ye do not sec that he could be otherwise than gratified, as his vessel suffered no detention, having dis charged cargo and got out in little more than a fortnight. Wo trust that his reports will have some effect in counteracting the base and injurious calumnies which liavo been so injn riuiisly circulated in Scotland regarding this port and colony . — To Ca/il. Thomas /.i/jsun, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

FOR UUNCKSTON. ▲^Pc THE schooner MltiEHl'A, Rein, MmSMgrnc waster, expected daily from Bv«U a«wHK^? ney* w'" **" '"Unediutcly after QHbT arrival. For freight or passage, apply to AUGUST, COOKE.& CO., April 3ud, IBSI. Grenfoll-street. SUGAR FfIHE undersigned have on sale a few loin or X sugar, ju«t arrived. AUGUST, COOKE^&Ca MELBOUBJJE AtMANAC. R THOMAS & CO- h«v« } ust received per • Fox, a few copies of the Port Pbiili|? •Almanac and Directory. 4 for 18*1. Price 10* 6d •each. "Book rad Stationery Warehouse, April 87,1841. 'HOOK ANi> STATIONERY WAREHOUSE. HINDLIY tWHSRT. ON SALE, by BOBE«T THOMAS& CO.— In Monthy Parts, or in Volumes, cuper ■ royal Bvo., similar to those of the Pictohial Bulk. ""TUB. PICTORIAL HISTORY OF ENGUND: '- DUNG A HIBTOBV OF THE PSOPLE AS WKLL A% A HIBTOKV OF TUB KINSDOM. 'Illustrated with many hundred Wood-euU of 'Monumental Records; Coins,- Civil and Military 'Oitkturoe; -Domestic Building*. Furniture, and tirnanienta; Cat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

BIRTH—On Thursday, 1st April 1841, the wife of   Mr C. Dinham, of Navarino House, Hindley-street, of a son.

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. WE have benn favored with [?] the 80th [?] brought by the [?] [?] [?] «-Tj'?::J item-": — | '•• <:l,i?ri.r'>:>, '-'I. .' A';.-n •'.-.■•. I>!M. j "A) t-;i i::ii,nl'" !'! He (« (i i.M«-'k llils tii'icr- J ;:•>•!:!, l!rr Mon (iincioiK Mnj.sly was sifoly j ~.:i« :0,l <T a p-.-iiin"*. l!rr MniV-ty r.ini till- | i.ii.ivy V.ry::< :•<.• |i«t!i p..ii:-o:i filorahly." j I-i !)p I'.vmli rVrviVl*, t'lr ?ir-w t i;.iml:y were | tri?nn;>l.T..l. M. t!ui?nt s;-ol;c I.U «-<-«itin<ititv | li:!l;-i«n lie foli'ln i;ii<>Mi>.|i. Me <lefc<:dcd l!ie j .■•••«:.liiot o( (irc-M I'.iitain mid l::'|- ri'.iti'- —nv.ilN ! i !i«ic<! tli'it I'nsiw1 vssnol " iii'iiltfii" Ity the treaty I <•' (he l;:'li c I .In';.-, mid c.inied flic C!m":;ilipi-i.- v.ilii i-s:n if li:i'o v.i!,!:;n:tioti of •,'■■• I's^lv j- -licy i.f .".* Tlrler-. lie iiStcnvHriN «le!i-ii,Vi!...

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THE ADELAIDE INFIRMARY. (WEEKLY [?]PORT.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

THE ADELAIDE INFIRMARY. (WEEKLY [?]PORT.) MiuiiflUi, if it. Iti-mainin? in, I)'. |.atipiii?. Since ailn.itlr.l :i •• IMs.liaigo.l ;i •• Died.., o Ueiruiijing 11l •« Mfdicu! ottwrr—Win. Wjali, ttij. r.^Arn ok HA>'AM-Mi:\r: l!o;?. It. liPrt tiuiiyi-r Malthtv/ Smillir, E?n. Him. V,. Stuil IhniJ Sutherland, IV. Itfv. 1". 11. llowaij 11 out) Watson, tsq. vifirotiK: Joltn !tnr|ilu?tt. tsq. iulin Neninan, Itq. Tlirre i« Mr prrsci:t «m tlie taMe t.f tlie I'uWio Librmy. n rfrawiiif; v | n lievr.modpllrd ?hilinK Vrm-I,tlir in?piitinn if Mr Ih «n|s?,r. Tlir p. - ruliur "ty' im ll:u« deMriibid in ? letter juot ivceivrd •. "Tlie fete ai>A aft «?•!« that fro:«tiiplo iliiir reFpcc tive mt>6t.Kra(!<>, are Mispt nded l«lo«r «?«« l>uun<« that me 6xv4 >,t iht ?i<MW «w the «rin h<a4«, in *«ri%<>U. 11ii*e buvms go ti^kt louiwt ct<«r of the fore and alt mist* ; and ai th« fail* are •qaiUtcral it tannktfc no diRV rpni-c...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "T[?] fond records."-SHAKSPERE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "T[?] fond records."-SHAKSPERE. Fans Thomas C[?] story about the use of forks in Italy. and his introduction of those cleanly and convenient implements into England. where[?]. and " for no other cause," he obtained the nickiiiiwcof /Mm/ir,is vi'rygenerally known. The lollowiii£ dosrrip!ion of fans by tlic satiie ?Jd fantastic traveller pecs to prove Jtlmtpanrr fans were r.ot u.«ed in Rutland at tt?e time of his tour, I«JOS, :v.<i tliat wo borrowed tlicm, as well as forks, fioiv. tin- Italians :—" Here 1 will men tion a thin?., tl'"it idtho* perhaps it will sceme but fri'.'o'<.i!'! to di*eis r«.i-l<?rs V.i<A have already travelled in Italy, yet because u:its? many that neither hare bcene ther.*, nor ever intend to go thither while tl;iy live, it will he a mt'Tc novelty, I will not h:t it p*ssc unmentiotu-d. The l'.r«t Ituliau t'aiitics th.it I raw in Italy did I observe in this space, bo:v.-i«-? Pizsi^hito...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 April 1841

FOH LONDON IWKECT. THR fine te?U.tuiilt l':it<|tie I^^X CVGXEr, MO ton«. Cp.-iin SfeiTriH^^ M«l*ton, wili oonipiete I:.t!;i -jmmM^W^ ding in v fow <li*yii. ItoMorsol f£3£&G&&> wool will thH"o!'?ie hnvi; tlio kindness to forn-uid the same to the Put imme diately. Tliere «re ua.v w!)i?'<) rabiiss diseii gagod, for vvUicli early uppiieation is ncretsary. JOHN SNOOKE. A h '(>"t to the Vessel. Hinuley and King Willimii s%if«trf. March 19,1841. FOX )'OHT FAIUV ANI> f.&UNCKSTO.V, v^p=- THE fust-n?ilingbris;FOA', Capt /K^SjpL^LuoNAiin Low, will soil lor the JW&M-j^ ;«bow jiorts iinmi?aiatcly. For re*fi'lt cr Pas?aeet apply to T<a!4Wr^? tfic Captain on heard, or to AUGUST CCOUI-:, & CO. GrenfeN-'ntrcet, April 2, IP4J. (CAPTAIN DiLSTON. of tlic OjgnrJ. will y not Lc . Mswcrobio for nny debts his cil-.v may contract. February 15,1841. THE undersigned have on Sal«, ex Corsair, from the (Jape...

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