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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
NEW ZEALAND. ls another part of our roluins will he found the '* Proclamation of Lieuienant-Gnveruor [ Hobson," at the Bay of Islands,-the outline I of the *' -Provisional Constitution" formed by the New Zealand Land Company's first i settlers ar Port Nicholson-and the Ita ti fi cation and Rxtension of ihe above Contract** by the Native Chiefs of that district-all of which we copy enfireifóm the iV«u> Zealand Gazette-the first Newspaper ever published in that intetesting territory. At present weean do tittie more than request from our rpaders an attentive perusal of these important documents, reserving to oursfIves the opportunity of expressing our sentiments at length upon them in some future number The first of these documents, it will be' observed,.,, is the-Proclamation of lieutenant' Governor Hobson, tier Majesty's.Represen-&lt; tat i ve in New Zealand, in which il is broadly and distinctly asserted, that ihe Queen of England is at present negociating for the surrend...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
PORT PHií.LtP. Our arrivals from Vort Phillip are up to June the 1st. The o »ly matters of interest the pupers contain will be found below. Let er» hav-- been reoeive«l'^n town announcing th H safe arrival at iii-- Goulburn, of C um Strelèn »ki, an&lt;i Ales rx M'Arthur and Kiley, whu some tiiUu siiice started li oin the Murray &lt;.« an explora» tory io .r, in the direction of Twofold bay As faur week» had elapsed beymä llie time when lue party were ex justed 'o leturn, îears were etiter tained lest the travellers had'fallen vic'iuis to the treachery of the blacks The. pa&lt;iv, it seems, have und- r-jotif extraordinary haidt>hi|is, having lost their h«.rs s from ejslnusia'io«, H nil 8u tiered sevt-re privation* from their pn*visions running short.- Herald. ' ¡ Messrs Kemmis and Co, and Mr Manton, the former as agents for the Melbourn Stf au» Naviga tion C oiiiairy, and the lait&lt; r -as agent for the Steam Flour Company, applied «onie time,back ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
»pHEfaHowiBff«rethetenn80f the" SOUTHERN * RUSTRAMAN,'* which ia published every Tue*d»y «ad Friday wonting, at the Office,comer of Stephens-place, Handle-street. Piu&c or- ti« P«.pitR-»6d per numlier, or 21. pe? - »uoum paid iu advance*. Subscribershave their pa pers sent tb them If they desire it. AbvEKTiHStcBMT*.-6 lines and under [each inser tion] is. fid 4 above 6 tines, Sd- per line-Adver Tnsements cannât he received later than toVlock on ' Monday and -Thursday ; and orders to discontinue j Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before S o'clock on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior tn the next day of publication, or they cannot be attended to. Adrertisetnents most have *rrft*eri upon them j thé immber of times they are to be inserted, or j they will be continued until countermanded. - .All Subscriptions «nd Advertisements must be paid for in advance. . : - ? &lt; - ~~ \ For Launceston direct, ; ¿f'HB remarkably fast sailing brig _ SCOUT, 100...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS INDUS, 422 tons, Clark, from Calcutta-dis- charging. J. Newman & Co. agents. ORLEANA, 649 tons, Cameron, from London- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; discharging. John Morphett, agent. &nbsp; BARQUES. CHARLES KERR. 463 tons, Arnold, from London-discharging. GUNGA, 350 tons, Younghusband, from Singa- pore-discharging. J. Morphett, agent. BRIGS. &nbsp; VICTORIA, 182 tons, from Sydney, discharging. J. Morphett, agent. THIRTEEN, xx tons. Mackie, from London discharging. J. Snooke, agent. MARIA, 136 tons, Smith, from Hobart Town- discharging. Mr Duncan, agent. &nbsp; SCOUT, 99 tons, Gwatkin, from Launceston &nbsp; discharging. John Newman & Co., agents. COMET, 126 tons, Rodham, from the Cape discharging. BRAZIL PACKET, 170 tons, from Launceston, -discharging. J. Walker, agent. DORSET, 80 tons, Robertson, from Sydney discharging. V. & E. Solomon, agents. &nbsp; &nbsp; SCHOONERS. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
Salta IM» $ttbKc Puritan. T H E undersigned -auctioneers beg lo . ¡nfomi the pubjic^hat -in conséquence . of the increase of newspapers, and the' &lt;unnec*Pftsary expences entailed on auction]* sales èyfhe-posting of large bills, (which are] -GOtKttleread and sp soon destroyed) they have agreed to make the papers ONLY the^nedium of giving publicity to their«ales. The public] attention is therefore particularly called to -the ad lyertiseiNents below. BENTHAM SC NORM ÜB, H AI LES & PEEK, ., , "SMITHS VALLANCE, W. H. NEALE. Marchandise, ^mlth and Vallance, WILL SELL HY PUBLIC AUCTION. At their Rooms, Hindley Street, on Saturday ne«; ike 27th Jane« At one o'clock, without rearr*e, VARI Erv OF MERCHANDIZE, .oomütung of Bottled ale t Bottled wise Potatoes -Flow . ??? * Snuff, -Apples .-" Window glass - Children's dresses, 'cfc. &c, ?m, m . -.-&lt; , - Cattle Sale. Smith & Vallance WILL «ELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Yards of Mr. Crispe, on Tuesday ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
MARRIED— On Thursday morning, 25th June, 1840, by the Rev. C. B. HOWARD, &nbsp; at Trinity Church, MARY, eldest daughter &nbsp; &nbsp; of W. GILES, Esq., late of Montpelier Square, Brompton, to JOSIAH PARTRIDGE, Esq., Solicitor, late of Stroud, Gloucester- shire. &nbsp;
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 26 June 1840
SYDNEY NI5WS. We have received regular liles of Sydney papers up to the' 6ih instant, from which we ta^e lhe following : - CROWN LAND*.-The Governor has received positive insiraciious to raise'the minimum pt ice of land to fii'een shillings an acre. There is no I doubt it will soon be one pound.-Sydney Gazette. j COMMERCIAL I NTELLICENCE,-Everything is ! very dull in the mercantile world ; no transactors of any importance have taken place la'slv ll is E difficult tp account for the stagnation w ii ich tes so long existed ; it cannot, we should ihrik, last much longer.-Colonist. AMERICAN Ifrscpv-eRY SQUADRON.-We learn that the Vincent's ari ¡ved at the Hay ot Islands on the 30ib Al arch, having worked up the Bay and anchored at midnight oppDsite the American Consul'* 'hum «... The Porpoise and Flying Fish had previously ar.ived there, all well. The squadron has be?** extremely fortunate in ef caping the dang^is of an antarctic cmise, without the loss o' life or limb, and ii £î=ms the...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
SYDNEY NEWS. J We continue our extracts from » the Sydney papers, which are up to the 6th instant, but for «hieb we had not room iu our former number - PORT MACQUARIE, MAY 15--On Fndayjast, a heavy rain commenced falling, which hts coo tinued with scarcely any intermission until, the present moment. The river has, io consequence, ripen to an unusual hugill, and the tropes of~lbe settlers, which bad b^en eiated by the prospects of a most abundant maize crop, art-, io most ius'aoces, misetab'.y crushed. Mr. Doyle, Dr. S=racry, Mr. Dillon, aod Col. Gray, are known to have been great sufferer*. The river is covered with (ogs of cedar, c»bsofcoro, pumpkins, and other articles bearing unanswerable evidence oí the ravages it ha» committed.- Gazette ROY-W, HOTEL.-The building for the new Royal rio\-\ is being proceeded with as rapidly as circumstances will allow, and Mr. Graham, the architect, feels confident that it will be completed by the end o» the year ; but in making thar cal culation...
BRITISH AND AUSTRALIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
BRITISH AND AUSTRALIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. WE are glad lo perceive by a recent advertisement in iUeTimes, that the pro ject for carrying out a steam commu nication between Australia and Britain is not yet abandoned. The success which has attended the crossing of toe Atlantic by the British Qoe0»and Great Vt extern, appears to have given a new impetus to this subject; and, and al though the greater portion of the «pe dilative and scientific in Great Britain are at present engaged in endeavour ing to place a line of steamers between Calcutta and England, we have little doubt, but that, in the course of two or three years at farthest, we shall hail the establishment of a similar line between this and the mother Country. The following is the advertisement to which we refer, from which, it will be seen, that Mr. Moulden has been in communication with Her Majesty's Government upon the subject : - " The British and Australian S'ea m Naviga tion Company.-The names of the Directors with...
THE NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
THE NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS i IN one of our Sydney contemporaries -the Herald-we observe a disposition to carp at the appointment of the .'Land and Emigration Board for the Colonies, " accompanied by some severe strictures upon the Members of whom t!iat Board is composed. lt i.s true, our contemporary gives the Colonial Secretary credit for the motives by which he was actuated, motives, which, as he espressos it, originated i¡> a desire for "the welfare of the Colonie*," -but he conceives him to be placed so completely within "the jaws of democratic cormorants," -that he could not, if lie would, appoint persons sutable for the discharge of the onerous duties which such an o Iii ce involves. The secret of the maller is this-the same persons, who compose the " Board of Commissioners for South Australia," compose "the Land and Emigration Board for the Colonies,** - and the mere fact of their being thus identified, affords, according to the views of this wiiter, sufficient ground ...
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Trinity House, Feb. 4, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
-+. --- NOTICE TO MARINERS. Trinity House, Feb. 4. 1840. LIGHT AT ST CATHARINE'S POINT-Tue Light Towel which I as been (or same time past in course nf erection on Si. Catharine's .Point, in the Lie Wight bftug neatly completed,-the Li¿hl will be exhibited th re n cn or br lb re the evening of the 1st March next, and fhencefoitb continued every I night f rom sun set to son rise. The Li tb", hi the - above station will burn at an elevation of 178 feet above the level of hi^h-waier, and will appear as ; e fixed bright light in all di-ec'ions seaware. LIGHT AT THE NEEDLES POINT.- Manners I are loohservt:. thal in confonioity with the Notice issoed from this House under dale the 20 b Nov. 1838, th- Li«:ht nt the Need-es Point will continue to be shewn in all directions within which it has heretofore been risible, but tu«t in order to distinguish ¡i fpom the New Light nt St, Catl.a.ii.e'* ii «il!, on aud after the exhibition of that last mentioned Light, astume a red colour a ad will be s...
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd,..«£8 0 0to£ 0 0 Ó Ashby, per bri.8 IO Q .. 9 0 O Donbar, per doz . ...0 16 0 .. 0 17 0 Colonial, per hbd.... S 0 0. 7 0 0 Arrowroot per lb.0 2 0.. 0 2 S Beef, fresh, per lb«.0 0 9 .. . salt, per tierce......? 0 0.. Brandy per eal. in bond . .© 12 O0 14- « Bran per 100 lbs.0 16 O . . lft O Batter, fresb, per lb.0 3 0 .. 8 0 sali, per do ......0 2 0 ». 0 3 Cape, bv tbe firkin Ó 1 6 .. Bread, per 4ib loaf.0 2 0 .. 0 ft 0 Candles, wax, per lb....0 3 6 «. English moulds ..0 1 2 .. 0 1 # spermaceti.0 3 6.. Uurfoid's dips...0 0 8 .. Cedar, per foot, in log. .. .0 0 6 . . f" inch boards .... ..0 0 6" Coffee, perlb.0 10.016 Cheese, Engiish, pe« lb....0 2 O .. 0 2 6 Colonia), per ditto .0 1 6 .. 0 2 0 Cigars, Maí lla, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Ch uns» ra, per do.. 1 0 0 .. 3 0 0 Currants per lb.0 1 4 .. 0 1 6 Cord * ge per cwt...4 10 0.. Canvass per bolt....3 10 0.. pS^alS per loot.0 1 0.. 0 1 3 Floor per toa.55 0 O .. 60 0 O j seconds per do .. .4...
SHOAL IN THE MINDORO SEA. To the Editor of the Canton Press Big Giraffe [?] Jan. 15, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
SHOAL IN THE MINDORO SEA. To the Editor of' the Conlon Press li ig Girofje I o »koo, Jan. 15.1849. Deai Sir,- I should ('eel obliged by your giving insertion tn younaluabe papei. to the patti'Ulais o' llie Shoal on which ibe^" Frances Charlotte" .nd " Cairnlee'*have b en lately lost--It is IO or 12 mites is extent, ol a circular I rom, and to smtie pa. ts ab ve wa'er ; it beais from, Yin N N W. £ W, and from Semeraia, N. by K. § E Its centre i* in latitude 11s 2ä* N. and iotigi*ide Itt ° 15' E , hy 3 uoinlclnoniini' tere «nd several obsrrvat.ons taken by Captain Metcalfe of «he ' Francess Charlotte, and Captain Haines, lat*- of the- brig Atice, vt ho was a passenger. A- it «soi great interest that all such dang-?s t-hould be known (or the g»n&lt;l ol'navigation, 1 hope you will ¿ive il a wide circuición. 1 remalli, tlear >irt tonis irtslv. THOMAS IV KIO HT. Less OF A STEAMICK IN AMERICA.-Anotli. r a.vlul catastrophe has occuted ut coonex on «i n steam navigation ; intolvi...
To the Editor of the New Zealand Gazette. Port Nicholson, April 14, 1840 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
To Üie Editor of the New Zealand Gazette. I Port Nichol.-on, April 14, 1840 Sir,-Ia your paper of ibis day yo« state iii al an escape warrant (ms been issued Cor my appre hension. 1 bave to inform yon, on the authority of Doctor Ev nos, that the above statement is un true, you will therefore please lo contradict it in your next number, or injustice to myself, t shall reluctantly be compeled to take proceedings, to convince you that 1 am not to be insulted with impunity. I Btn, Sir, xoar obedient servant, JOHN PEARSON. Te II. Baker. Esq. Port Nicholson, April 18, !840. Sir,-Io The New Zealand Gazette, pubh-hed this day, it is stab-d " that as escape warrant has been issued for ray apprehension/' I have bt-en informed by Dr Evans that the above statement is uut>ue, and shall be happy to have your lesli» mony to altai tffeci, tn order th il I may take measures to induce the editor, publicly, io con tradict a report calculated to do me se. ions injury. In offering a few remarks on th...
NEW ZEALEND. ARREST AND FLIGHT OF CAPT. PEARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
NEW ZEALEND. j i ARREST AND FLIGHT OF CAPT. PEARSON. j VYE referred m our last, rather incidentally than otherwise, to the case of Capt. Pearson, of the brig « Integrity,*' who was arrested at Port Nicholson on the charge of illegal con duct towards his charterer, Mr. Wade, of Hobart Town. We proceed now to lay: before our readers ali that has yet reached us upon the subject. Suffice it to say, that Capt. Pearson has effected his escape, and that the question-as to who are, and who are not, the legalized functionaries tn New Zealand-is likely soon to be decided in a j court of law. To R. BAK ER, Esq. Pori Nicholson, April 15, 1840. SIR.-Having been illegally arrested under a document bearing your signature, and since com mitted to the custody of a person acting under your orders, and conveyed on board the Tory, where I am at|preseot illegally detained, I demand instant release from my present confinement. By virtue of a Proclamation issued by His Ex cellency William Hobson, Lieutena...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
ABSTRACT OF SAXES BT AVCTXOBT. ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN THIS T . AND OUR NEXT DAY OF PUBLICATION. * " * - * TBXB BATT. Mr. NEALE, at the stores of Capt. Walker, at 12 o'clock, Bottled Ale, Porter, &c, . ( [ WEDBESDTi H AILES & PEEK, at their room, Hindley-sjtreet, at 12 o'clock. Merchandize, BENTHAM & CO., at tlieir room. King Wil liam street, at 12 o'clock. Horses, &c. , ; BENTHAM & CO. at their rooms, Kio» William street, Laad, Houses, &c* THURSDAY. MR. NEALE, at the Stock-pen opposite'Beck's Stores, Flinders street, at 12 o'clock, Cattle.. MR, NEALE, at 2 o'clock, a Draught Horse.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
IMPORTS. CARGO of th" Victoria, .rom Sydney . -31 boxe» I 29 bags soap. 56 casts 3 bhds 19 fiefcrs 5 pun«. 16 casks 2 qr casks wine, Ï5-5 hlids porter, 26 casks bottled do. 1 case cloth, 1 trank 17 bales 9 cases slop«, 55 firkin*) 19 kees buttt-r, 14 kegs 3 tierces tobacco, 55 bri« pork, 100 half chests tea, 100 bags 22 bri» floor, 19 cases 5 bal s ,1 truss «traper«-, 96 cases gin, 6 hi is do, 21 cnsks 4 ca-es 1 bag groceries. 20 bhds 3 pipes brandy, 5 hales tnatresses, 100 bags rice, 50 hags coffee. 2 casks cloves, 11 cases loaf sogar, 2 baie« cottons, 20 pocket bops. CARGO of the Abeona, from Hobart Town : - ; 6Ü tonk potatoes, 12 tons flour, 18 O«0 lathe, ; 20,000 shingles, 40,000 feet' -timber, 30 boxes ; candie», 20 eas** cheese, 130 bushel oats, , ' 29 bagn bran, 5 kegs botter, 3 hhiís brandy.
Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
helaine Shipping fteport A ll RIV F.D. I JUNE 27 - Thecutt-r Lively. 30 ton« Sar well, from King George's Soond. with 120 «1. al». Seven passengers. JrjNE 27-The schoo-er Abeona. 106 tons, , Hawson, I rora Hobart Town, wi b passengers General cargo. JLNE27-The sch o -er John Pirie, -tons, Hays, from Kangaroo Island, willi a ca go of stones for the New Port. JOVE 28 - Th- cut'er Alice, from Pori Lincoln. JONF 23-The Eliza. Mano-pat* hack from, stress of weather- Sailed hence on the Stn mst for Timor. SA HEB JUNE 16-The brig Maria, 136 tons. Smith for Hobart Town. JONE 26-The schooner Pitcator, 111 tons . Brow», tor Sydney.
THE COLONIAL MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
THE COLONIAL MAGAZINE. WE have received from Mr. Mont gomery Martin, the author of the His tory of the British Colonies, a work of great labour and merit, the second and third number of the Colonial Magazine, a new periodical, devoted expressly to the interests of the colooies. These number« contain a variety of interest ins; articles, extracts from which, we shall endeavour at some future period ttt lay before our readers. At present weean only find room for Mr. Martin's Prospectus, which we commend to the notice of our readers : - " To tbe nobility, gentry, shipowners, mer chants, mannfactares, agriculturists, emigrants, all who have friends in the colonies, &c. On the 1st Jtnuary, 18»0, and to be continued monthly, tb" fi>si number, price 2s Gd. ol the Colonia I Magazine and Commercial-Maratime Journal of ihe British Empir- including our possessions in the Bast and \Ves&lt; Indies, North and South Ame rica, Asi», Australasia, Africa, and Europe. Edit- d bv Robe...
ENGLISH ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840
Gt:SH ODDS AND- ENDS. | t HEÖISHOP of CARLISLE is about to i in n\ a tnnfnmoniat connextion with Miss Hope Johnstone, Maid of Honor to Her Majesty, the Queen Dowager. JOSEPH JOHN GURNEY.-This dis tinguished Minister of the Society of ' Friends, was to leave new York, for Santa Cruz, in November last, with a view to visit Jamaica, and other West India Islands, previous to his return to England. TUa NATIONAL CONVENTION, alias the Chartist Confederacy, was dissolv ed in January last, by a meenup; of the deîegatesatthe Arundel Coffee House, Strand. Dr. Bovvstead, (the eldest brother of Joseph Bowstead, Esq., Barrister, of Great Salkfieîd.) is the new Bishop of Litchäeld and Coventry, it the place of Dr. Ryder, deceased. Rear Admiral, Sir FREDERICK , MAITLAND, Commander of the Naval Force in the East ladies, died on board the Wellesley, at sea, on the 30th Nov. The HORSHAM BANK v^as broken opea on Friday Feb. 14, and between five and pix thousand pounds in gold carried off. The QUEEN has...