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BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN BANK. WK copy the following from the Syd ney Gazette of May tbe 8tlt, without any further comment of ours, than merely to state, tl)2t Mr. Boucher would be much better employed in satisfying the claims upon the BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIA BANK, than in writing; newspaper squibs : Extract-' REMITTANCES-Parties in this colony barine mon-y to transmit to England, or in England wishing <o send money here, need not be ander any d (Scully a* to the mode of remit tance, for in the hie London paper«, we perceive that the Uni ut Ba k. the Bank of Australia, anrt the Sf due j Bank, are all advertising that they are ready to grant bills on their respective establishments in thia colony ; so that, if persona send their money by any insecare channel they have only their own stupidity to blame."-Syd ney Herald. May 6lh, 1840.-MR. BOUCHER'S REPLY.-To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. Sra,-I perceive by the above extract from tbs Herald of this morning, that altbpogh t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1840. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

ADELAIDE : TUESDAY:, JONE 30, 1840. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. WE have io a former article expressed ourselves decidedly adverse tu those clauses in the municipal Bill-clauses 28th and 30th -which inakeitcompulso ry OR the part of the Corporation to raise funds for tito support of tffe Police, and which yet witholds from them all sort of control over this body. On this subject, we can scarcely do better than introduce the language of an eminent policitian, which is quoted with approbation by the Sydney Co lonist. " I think" says this individual, whe speaking on this subject, " it slauds t reason, if you want to provide for th vigorous undertaking of local works a careful provision for local wants, tha you should leave the localities as niue as possible to shift for themselves Teach the people if they want road made, or streets paved,-if they wan to have towns lighted, or watched, o drained,, they must see to it, must d< it,themselves-and experience teaches us, that they ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LATEST LONDON WOOL SALES. London, February, 10, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

LATfcST LONDON WOOL SALhS. ! J London. Fehriiïrv, IO. 13^0. Sir,-We beti leiive t<» inform you oí the result of the fourth series or public sales of Colonial and other Wools, whirl) commenced on Thursday, the 30lh ultimu, a;.d terminated on Saturday the 8th instant. The antologues comprise the followiug descriptions and quali ties, viz : - 4194 Ba'es N-wSooili W"K âl ititi** Port Phillip, 2532 ditto Vau Ui-nicu's La-:*!, 798 ditto Cap.», r i,t; 1536 ditto F?irei«n. The attendance of buyers .was la'ge ; and weare happy to sty the October quotations were fully realised Great , fears had been entertained that a reduction would have taken place ; fortunately, however.' the announce meitt by the Bank of England of a reduction in the rate of discount, the small stock on hand, and tue arrival of considerable foreign orders, caused puces to remain finn. Our present price current is as follows, s. ft a. d. Australian, 1st quality.,....1 IO..2 6 2nd *«.I 0.1 10 3r»l ?..I 5 . . Ï 8 ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PROCEEDINGS OF THF COUNCIL. TUESDAY, J UVE 23, 184"-Hi«- Council met lOo'cl ck. Present-Hi» Excellency the Gof er- or. «he Advocate-General, tbe Survey or-G en era!, the Assista m Commissioner. The Bill tor authorizing and declaring the power o' the Magistrat s «»f Port Lincoln andi otli'-r disir cts to rommi< Prisoners to the Gaol o ^ Adelaide, was read a third lime and passed. Adjourned at hall past ll o,clock. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFIKE, 24th Jone - GEORGE HALL, Esouiie, Private Secretary, is appointi-d to act ai Colonial Searetary, amil the Hon-Robert Gouger be suffici-oily recovered fiom illness to r«?-assume the du-tes of his office. R COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.-24 June. ÁLFRED MUNDY, E-quire, is appointed te act as PiivHte Secretary and Clerk of thc Council, until further t-otice. ,-' COLONIAL SECRETARY'S t 'FFICE. Jone 25.-His Excellency the Governor bas been pleased to ap point Francis Daviden Esq., of RI' uni Barker, to be one of Her Majes...

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COLONIAL BANKING—BANK OF ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

COLONIAL BANKING-SAN K OF ASIA. FROM an article which appears in the second IIIKU!»er of the Colonial Magazine to which reference is made in another part of our paper, we perceive that, a Bank is about to be incorporated in Loudon* under the ahoic title, the capital of which is to he tSiree millions, in thirty thousand shares of »»ne hun dred pounds each, with a reserved power of augmentation. The following isa desciiptiou <>f the manner itt which tfie monetary transactions of Great Britain and India are at present conducted .* - At present, the moment ar» operations between' India and Eng'an I, are car ri-d on liv rive or si« London mercantile hoist-*, tbegieatt-r numb r of wiM>m are thc shel's of 'he wreck o'. t'\e «ix ¿real h'lo^es in Çalcupa. who failed fbi £20,000.00*) s.erlins, in 1829 30. Those Indian houses traded to an immense . »teni, amt carried on \ar\ie mo*nen<ary oper* I io--)* b<-4 ««.»... ludia and <li»tan' counlrirs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

Sale* fm public Auction. - rWi H E undersigned auctioneers beg to A inform the public that in consequence of the increase of newspapers, and the ' unnecessary expences entailed on auction sales by the posting of large bills, {which are so little read and so soon destroyed) they have agreed to make the papers OK LY the medium of giving publicity to their sales. The public attention is therefore particularly called to the advertisements below. BENTHAM & NONMUS, I1AIL.ES & PEEK, SMITH & VALLANCE, W. H. NEALE. -_-I TO BE SOLO BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Mr. Weale, ON Tuesday, June 30, at 12 o'clock precisely, at Capt. Walker's Store, Hindl*y-slreel, 59 tons V D Land and Sydney Boar Ó00 ba shel s oats 200 Westphalia hams ?"200 doz. bottled ale and porter 20 hbd-i. Taylor's porter 20 ditto Elliotts ditto 20 ditto Ashby's ditto 20 ditto Elliott s ale 25 ditto colonial porter 10 hogsheads superior ram 5 di'to very fine brandy 10 quarter casks fine port 10 ditto sherry - 30 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

rpHBfiillowiiig-aretlketerinsoft!ie'( SOUTHKRN AUSTRALIAN, ' wbicb is published every Tuesday and Friday morning, at tùe Office,corner ol Stephens-place, Rundle-street. PRICK OF THK PAP KR-6d per number, rr 2Í. per annuin paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa pers seat to them if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENT*.-6 Sines and under [each inser- ¡ tiou] 4s. éd i af>ove 6 line«, 3d. per tine---Adver tisements cannot he received later than 4 oVIock oh ; Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted, must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock oft the Saturday or Weil nea-lay prior to the next day of publication, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisement» must have written upon th«m the number of tiroes they are to be inserted, or they will be couttnued'until countermanded. All «îubscriptions »nd Advertisements must be {laid Tor in advance. For Launceston direct, yj^TIIE remarkably fast sailing brig -jgBjSj SCOUT, 100 tons per register C. G WATK...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR.     SHIPS.   INDUS, 422 tons. Clark, from Calcutta-dis- charging. J. Newman & Co. agents, ORLEANA, 649 tons. Cameron, from London     discharging. John Morphett, agent. BARQUES. CHARLES KERR, 463 tons, Arnold, from London-discharging. GUNGA, 350 tons, Younghusband, from Singa- pore -discharging. J. Morphett, agent. BRIGS. VICTORIA, 182 tons, from Sydney, discharging. -J. Morphett, agent. THIRTEEN, ?tons. Mackie, from London discharging. J. Snooke, agent. SCOUT, 99 tons, Gwatkin, from Launceston       discharging. John Newman & Co., agents DORSET, 60 tons, Robertson, from Sydney   discharging. V. & E. Solomon, agents. SCHOONERS.   PERSEVERANCE, 45 tons, from Port Phillip, -discharging. - John Newman and Co., agents. PLANTER, 125 tons, Baird, from Sydney discharging. Garratt and Fisher, agents. JOHN PIRIE, Hay, fr...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 June 1840

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   OUR Van Diemen's Land papers are but one or two days later than those we have previously acknowledged, being only up to June 5th. We   extract from them such matters only as are likely     to be of interest to the general reader. The celebration of her Majesty's birthday took   place at Government House, on Wednesday, May   27th, on which occasion Sir John Franklin deli-   vered a very appropriate address, complimenting   her Majesty upon, the expected addition to her individual happiness. The dancing and festivities were kept up till three o'clock on the following morning. A new church is about to be erected at Laun- ceston, the plans and designs of which were pre-   pared by Mr. Stewart Harvey, and are said to be   both tasteful and elegant, but from the paucity of the fuds at the disposal of the committee, it is feared that Mr. Har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

I AB8TKACT Ol' s^M« »TÄVJCTIÄmT, ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN THIS AND ODS NEXT DATOF PÜBnCATlON. BENTHAM & CO. st their rontns. King William street. Land, Houses, $fcc H A i LRS & PEEK, af their room, Bind le j-street, at 12 o'clock, Merchandize, . , BAfDBOAT BENTHAM & CO» at their room, Hindlev street, at 6 o'clock in the evening, aierchandize. 1COB3IAT' BENTHAM Sc CO. at th^r ro >m Hmd-'ej Street. St 6 o'clock in tbe evening. Merchandize., BENTHAM ot CO., at U eir mom, Kip* Wil. liam street, at 12 o'clock. Earthen wárét Flour Wins«, &ie. ETA ILES & PEEK, at their roora Birtdlev-stroet, at Uro'clock, Freehold Laud.

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Launceston Corn Markets, June 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

Launceston Cor* Market», June 5tht. ? * The contract ior the supply of bread to Gbvèm tnvtít in thia towt ha» WéV *%keo at 6aV«he foür-poaád to*Ti Wheal ha* bert, sold tb-day at 17s per bushel," which *nsy be1 regarded is the . maikefprice. i UNIÓ» ^T54? !MYLLSf~Whe*t 15s to Wp, oats 5s 6 j to 6s. pollard 2s Öl. bran Is Öd "per busbel^ Hour, first ,i*»lítj, £o»» saooad £49, ration $40, per. SQOOlbs.

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Hobart Town Markets June [?]th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

j ; Hobart Tomn}M*r§^t Jfni»M(äk. .-,.*> j Waèatstitl «batiuae* at Ú» prîco footed IfcaC week, 16s per bushel, at which quotation* some cdnsidërahlfeqèanot£te Tibe «rices quoted ia burweekly reiams tafead*, 1&*5d and 16s, the variation being «cc^ionèd. w Jar as we can perceive, by the quality1 of the ' difrereot «amples, and not by any present tendency of the market lo 'look' down,' although lhere are not a tew -who. insist upon it that such is, or4 very shortly will bëj the case. ; Thje millers present price for floor is. ' fine £S0, second £48, third £45 per ton ; the eopibus «od seasonàblè supply bf water baa not therefore reduced the price of this article, as we had foudly anticipated that it might ; trom which we ' gtiess* I that the millers, at all events, are ánehned't0*$bok up* in their marketa: ' ! -Barley, English, lia; Cape,8s per buehel. Oats, 6s 6d to 8s per bushel. r. Potatoes, £7 tb ÎÇ9 per ton. . ' Cabba^eii, 2s per dozen. Carrots, ts 63 per dozen bunches....

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Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

AflàlVED. m _ -~ .-.'- . . 1_ ? mM... JONE 29.-The schooner Victoria, 20 lons? . H a leniston, from Kangaroo Island, with stones TofJ « Dew wharf» ' s> JSJN*29-The Waterwitch, hr the head pt, * Spencer's Gatf. with «uupH^s »or Mr Eyre and^ " party.-" rv3/"''--'- . . ~ ~\- y-.*^" JANE 29.-The Warrior, 478. Beckett, for Ceylon "nd Bombay, i". ballast. jone 29.-Tb« brig; Comet, 250, Rodan, for *? t the-Cape of Good Hops, in ballast. JUNE 29.-The schooner TrueUtpti 196» Colton, for Kangaroo Isl sad. JuWE 30-The Scout,98, Gwatkin, hence to^ Launceston,io ballast. , . "f *

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhd.,.¿NL 0 O|o£ 9 O 0 . Ashby, per bri...... .8 , 1.0. . ,0 .; 0 0 Dunbar, per dor ....«. 0. 16 0 ..,. 0 Ï7 0 Colonial, per hud.... 5. 0 0. . Arrowroot per lb. . ? . ..Q jj 0. » . ; s- i. > Beef, fresh, per lb« ..».j,.0- 6- 9.. Brandy per galvin bond O 12> 0 ¿. Bran per 100 lb« .... ....0 16 0«.^ 18 © Batter, fresh, per lb.. *. . .0 . fit. 0<-. . 0 6 «ali, per do.i..;^0> * 41*. , Cape, fe y the firkin 0 1- 6 .. 0 I fi Bread, per «lb loaf..,. ..0 2 . O 8 0 Candlea/wax, per H» ,..,0 8 ; 6 En^lhih moalda-. .0 1 "2 ¡. spermaceti .i . ; . .0 3 6 . . Burford V dips O OV 8 .. Cedar, per foot, ie log. . ..O "O 6 irtöh boards ......0 0 6 .« Coffee, per I b....... ... ..Ol 0 . O l fl Cheese, Et.glisü.pe-Ib....0 2 0 .w 0 2 6 Colonial.per ditto .0 1 C .. O l 10 Cigars, Mhoiila, per 1000 3 O O'.. 6 0 Ô Chuosura,perdo..l 0 O'.. ST 0 0 Córranla tier tb.....0 1 4 .. 0 Cordage per cwt .... ....4 IO Ö...5 0 Ó Canvass per bolt ........3 10...

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VARIETTES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

^----I VARIETTES DISCUSSION ON SUICIDE AT THE WESTMINSTER MEDICAL SOCIETV.-After three adjourned discos sioos -on silicide the debate was concluded on Saturday last. Mr Winslow's paper appeared lo excite great interest. The point on which «he speakers wera at issue was, whether the act of suicide always implied insanity. The author bf the paper maintained that in the majority of eases the presumption was in favour of the existence of mental derangement. Dr A. T. Thomson ably supported Mr Wioslow's views. Dre J. Johnson, Chouue, Bird, Grey, Reid, and Stone argued in favour of the possibility H»f a person in perfect possession of of his reason kiding himself. The casas of Cato, Cleopatra, Mark Antony, Lord Castlereagh, Sir Samuel Romilly, were adduced in conformation of this opinion Dr Johnson eonsijers that the act of suicide either resulted from, monomania, or wheo passion triumphed over reason, or when persons reasoned themselves into the commission of the offence. On many bf the p...

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COLONIAL DEPENDENCE CONSISTENT WITH RESPONSIBLE ADMINISTRATION. (From the Colonial Gaxette, Dec. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

COLONIAL OEFBN DENCE CONSIS-j TENT WITH RESPONSIBLE ADM! j NISTRATION. 1 '\ (Frein the Colonial Gaxtlte, Dec. 23:) J Tur ks seem.* to be something in the lei m ?. Co lonial dependence" peculiar gra'.ifying lo national \ »a iity. Wt «*«¡ert for ourselves ike II; moat degree ?1f self-government : we maintain that tue fights of Eagiichmen" are mu inalienable that we carn " th'in to the renvtest region« of the earth, and that in India and Australia the British s tiler cannot rightfollv be even fi:ted «>r imprisoned ex cept tn conformity with tuc law of Enuiaud and uniter the sanction of the verdict of a jury ; bot wb<-n we come to sp eek of -the communities famed by these Englishmen, of whose individual rights we »re so tender, we are apt to be far less liberal. When th«* question is whether these, like the great community from which they .are onsets, shall he allowed to manage their own affairs, and to paint out by what spirit and by what kind of p .r«ons (hey wish' them ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JULY3, 1840. EXTENSION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLONIZATION PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

gtje Southern australian. ADELAIDE: FEIDAT, JULT3, 1840. EXTENSION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRA LIAN COLONIZATION PRINCIPLE. Í_ perhaps, contd «ver have sen more felicitously conceived, as an lustration of the aptitude of ateo to nt on the semblance of undejfrtduutg r despising tilinda which are bey on d leir reach, than the fable of the *« Fox nd ihe Grapes." What is un attain ble is pronounced to be worthless ; bat is koou« to be intrinsically ex ellent in itself, ts, from' thé1 peculiar ircumstances in which a person, may e called upon to view it, too fre ueutly pronounced, to be of no vajua. his seems to be one of the infirmities f our nature; it extends to all ages nd to all classes of mea :'* it applies to rhole communities with as much force LS it does to individuals. If the grapes ire not within Teach, they are certainty tour. ? ?? ... r The aptitude to which «re have refer ?ed ab^ve--an aptitude -to disjiarage ?hat we «au not a& ures^ shews, perhaps, more cleary, thé^ any w«...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

FROG RESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A somewhat lengthy, bat weil inten tioned article, appeared In the Colonial Gazette of December 19th, 1839« headed" Warning to the South Aus tralians,'* and has since beeu copied , into the Sydney Herald, under the hack j neyed heading »l ithe .* Bubble Colony.' The topics upon which the writer iq: question treats are various, and the suggestions he. throws out. are tor the most part important« We cannot, ito ." ever, at al! agree with" our Sydney contemporary, ia supposing that any explosion of mathers in this colony is to be apprehended, or that any inference is to be drawn frans-th*, article in ques tion in favour of the existence of stich a fear prc vail in i'm England. The article -to which we refer «is..rather-good-na-, utredly iotroducecl hy the following re ma* ks front, the:;ten. of the editor of the Colonial Gazette:-* . "We aré allowed to print the following extract of a' letter by one of the founders of South Australia to a îe-iding colonist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

Soutient SUtötrattanGtâct. ^HEfoUowinparetfc^ terarorthe'' SOUTHERN > AUSTttAUAS, ;^ *W<4 is gnbUsbed ewryl Tuesday and Friday môrpipg, at the OÄc*,«>ruer j of Stéi»béiw-placeVR«wÂIè-»trçet. -"' * ,^ÊÉùf PatOB or TOR ^MFKK-r^éá per uüinber,' or s^pér aunam paid inadtance> .Subscribers baTedthefr pa pers seat to them if they desire it. A DTBRTiViMB»ÍTs.-é lines and under [éách inser tion] .is. ed ; above 6 lines, 3d. per line-^dyer- j tisemènts cannot lie received later than * oYloek tm ? .M^B^S^à^bsarsgas^ Md. sitúen to discontinue' Advertísemeñts already inserted, must be «e«t¿o ; A« 4^e%Hbiré » o'dodt on the Saturday-,brT|£l »esday prior.-t»tfcéLbextday of publication^ or they J cannot be attended to. .._.?;-.!;.?: i Advertisementsi pas t baye «itren, «pon them the number of timès^tbéy are to be'inserted, or; they wilt ¡be, eoutinuéd untü«ouhte>niuu<1ed. j All subscriptions and Advertisements must be] paid for ia advance* . r ? ??. ? ' ' ?'.?« HE ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR.   Indus, 122 tons, Clark, from Calcutta-dis- charging. J. Newman & Co., agents.   ORLEANA, 649 tons, Cameron, from London discharging. John Morphett, agent.   BARQUES. CHARLES KERR, 463 tons, Arnold, from London-discharging. GUNGA, 350 tons, Younghusband, from Sing- pore-discharging. J. Morphett, agent. BRIGS. VICTORIA, 182 tons, from Sydney, discharging. -J. Morphett, agent. THIRTEEN, 297 tons, Mackie, from London     discharging. J. Snooke, agent. DORSET, 80 tons, Robertson, from Sydney discharging. V. & E. Solomon, agents. SCHOONERS. PERSEVERANCE, 45 tons, from Port Phillip, -discharging. John Newman and Co.,   agents.   PLANTER, 125 tons, Baird, from Sydney, discharging. Garratt and Fisher, agents.   JOHN PIRIE, Hay, from Kangaroo Island discharging.     ABEONA. Hawson, from, Hobart Town VICTORIA, Hutchinson, 28 ton...

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