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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

PORT PHILLIP. We have to acknowledge the receipt of the first number of the Melbourne advertiser published at Port Philip on the 1st January. Our neighbour are anxiously expecting a printing press; but, in the meantime, such is the de- mand for news and a vehicle for advertisements         that manuscript is [?]; and we have           before us a neatly written foolscap sheet filled       with advertisements and articles of news.         several departures and arrival of vessels are         announced; a bachelor's [?] in preparation,             and things generally seen flourishing. The     following is the leading article— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CHURCH. It having been considered advisable to erect a stone Church instead of the frame one sent from England those who value the public ordi-       nances of religion are reminded that an increased expenditure is necessarily incurred, and that the subscription list still lies open. Subscriptions will be thankfully received by the Rev. C. B. Howard Colonial Chaplain, at his residence, and at the Bank of South Australia. £. s. d. Amount already acknowledged 73 4 7 George Stevenson, Esq. 2 2 0   Boyle Travers Finniss, Esq. 1 0 0   William Wyatt, Esq. 1 1 0 Mr. Edmand Parsons 0 10 0 Edward O'Brien, Esq., 2nd donation 2 0 0   Mr. Charles Stuart 1 1 0 The Hon. T. B. Strangways 5 0 0 Messrs Cock and Ferguson 2 0 0 Mr. Philip Lee 1 1 0 J. E. Barnard, Esq. 1 1 0 V. O. Malcolm, Esq. 1 0 0 T. [?] Esq., Kingscote 2 0 0   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that GEORGE CARPENTER LEWIS ...

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MR. GOUGER?—EX-COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

MR. GOUGER—EX-COLONIAL SECRE- TARY. "I am, Sir, "Your obedient Servant, "ROBERT GOUGER." WHEN Mr. R. GOUGER was appointed Colo- nial Secretary to the Province of South Aus- tralia, a remark was made to one of the pre- sent officers of the colony by a gentlemen who knew and appreciated Mr. Gouger thoroughly, which the conduct and fate of the man has   impressed strongly upon our memory—" It is an unfortunate appointment I admit," said Mr. ———"but he has worked for some- thing of the sort for nine years; yet such is   the emptiness of the fellow that you will see he wants ballast to keep his office nine months." This prophecy has been verified almost to the letter. After a few months swagger in office, during which time he contrived to sicken with his insolence almost every person with whom he transacted business, and to disgust those whom he dared not openly insult, Mr. Gouger committed a most disgraceful and   unprovoked assault upon the person...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

GAZETTE. All PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette, signed by the proper authorities, are to be con-   sidered official and obeyed as such. By command, T. B. STRANGWAYS, Colonial Secretary pro tem. Court House, Adelaide, January 15. 1838. IT WAS THIS DAY ORDERED by the Magistrates that the Lists of Grand and Petit Juries for the current year be published   in the Gazette. (signed) CHAS. JOHNSTON, Clerk to the Magistrates. GRAND JURY LIST. NAME | CALLING Barnard. John Erving, merchant. Berkeley, Charles, esquire.   Bright, J. E., esquire. Brown. John, esquire. Coltinan, James. merchant Cotter, Thomas Young, esquire. Everard, Charles Geo., surgeon. Finke, William. merchant.   Finnis, Boyle Travers. esquire. Fisher, James. merchant             esquire, honorable re-   Fisher, James Hurtle, sident commissioner. Garden, Christopher, esquire. Gilbert. Thomas, e...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1838. THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1838. THE MURRAY. WE have great pleasure in announcing the return of Dr. IMLAY and Mr. HILL, from an excursion from Adelaide to the Murray, which they accomplished in the short space of four days. The knowledge possessed by these gentlemen of the neighbouring colonies con- stituted them the best possible judges of the capabilities of our country; and they say that the land between us and the Murray, and extending as far as the eye can reach to the northward, consists of the most splendid ranges of pasturage fitted for stock and sheep. The grass is reported generally to be uncommonly rich—in many places breast high, and every where supplied with fresh water in the greatest   abundance. So highly pleased Dr. Imlay has been with the aspect of the country that he intends to settle here, and to bring his extensive herds overland from Twofold Bay and other stations. There are already several herds of cattle from New South Wales on ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

MARRIAGES.   January 29.— William B. Bales to Georgiana   Knapp.   January 30.— John Stewart Duncan to Frances Carmichael.

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THE COLONIST AGAIN To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

THE COLONIST AGAIN To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette. Gentelman. Your and the Public's Faithful servant A COLONIST GENTLEMEN- As at this season it is usual to take a review of the events of the departed year, to draw out out debtor's bills, and even in some cases to balance accounts with creditors, I thank you may expect that I should trouble the Honorable Colonial Commissioner with a few reminiscences, and   perhaps with a question or two. It is a pleasure to put a question to him on public business, his answers are always so prompt and satisfactory. You remember, sirs, how readily and good hu-     mouredly he told the people to whom the cow   and bullocks belonged what he had done with them; and though he would not say anything about the pork just then, still it was merely   because they should not be overpowered with their     obligations to him, or knew too many of his good dee...

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To the Editors of the south Australian Gazette. KINGS[?] [?] ISLAND, 25th November, 1837. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

To the Editors of the south Australian Gazette. KINGSCOTE KANGAROO ISLAND, 25th November, 1837. GENTLEMEN—I took occasion a few months ago to point out personally to George Stevensen, - i? :? A•?• • ..-i 'Ju>ii|iciny \\i,i?l. },|)i.<'!tK'i ;;i .1* : •:. i; . ? ?•,' .. • r.tr ..• v ?;._. V.,11. li ?;! .„... .i||. ;i| i OH.litit.s 111- ?!!, rill'l, :ii !?. ).!?•'.• i .US. ..11(1 ii!-t? Sti.tt'i>li <-: ?V ?•!? l.r V.- 5... . . .:...,. ~ : tni!,];iJ. |.r|:?. j.i;it-: of • i;: ;iH; -v r. ! .... i!.. ?.!< i hi, a!•\ >t It. V. i=?i n? •KI..J' !?• • .1. ;.i. ,ti .;• ;.i ! .',:>?, j,i)l!' tt> <:?,-. i.i.. ! i.. . -.sv t-. : ~;iv. :.,,..,; t <.<;iij. .?•. ;. i . uon . 1 inaiii. ..I ot •= :h A •'.>*. nlum Low •"/, '-' . .'??•'?'. r ;o ii v:< h v >?•*• ,i" . i.;, v .;!, ,';.-.? .- •_,? if it; if i. ;• i <?. . >.v }in\. ? it. ' l!(i Iti :- ()• f. II! ?! : t.?..' ' M V <i&...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

Gazette. Half past three. ANOTHER FRACAS. We have just been informed that Mr. Fisher, the Colonial Commissioner, has been found guilty by the Resident Magistrate this morning, to disturbing the peace at all others, for one twelvemonth. It appears that       Mr. Fisher, accompanied by Mr John Morphett,       land-agent, Mr. Brown, late emigration agent,       and Mr. Gilbert, storekeeper, went to Mr. Ber-     nard's residence, at the Southern Cross Hotel,       yesterday evening, about seven o'clock, and then         Mr. Fisher entered into an angry discussion with           Mr. Barnard, the particulars of which were not     known by Mr. Morphett, who stood by for this     &...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 3 February 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVAL January 26.-The barque, Hartley, 350 tons, Fewson, master, from Launceston with stock and cargo. DEPARTURES. February 2.—The Lady of the Lake, Wishart,       master, for Nepean Bay.       February ?. The brig, Lady Wellington, Devlin master, for Sydney,  WILL OF HIS LATE MAJESTY WILLIAM THE FOURTH.—By this document, which is of a recent   date, a bequest is made to each of the sons and   daughters of the late King of 2000L. This sum will at first sight appear inconsiderable. That it   is not of greater amount will scarcely excite sur- prise, however, when it is known that his Majesty has been in the habit of dividing, from year to year, his amount of savings among his offspring. The late King has also bequeathed the sum of 45,000L, which is to be received in virtue of a policy of life insurance, to trustees, the interest   to be paid annually in equal shares among...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

QUARTER SESSIONS. A Court of Quarter Sessions was held on Monday last. The only case was an appeal from the Court of the Resident Magistrate, which was not entertained.

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PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

PRICE CURRENT. Adelaide —Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley Street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editor, will be received. Price, per annum, (52 numbers) £1. 6s. if called for—£1 10s. when delivered or sent by Post.   Advertisements, not exceeding eight lines. 4s. and 3d for every additional line. Orders and Advertisements will be received by the following Agents: Mr. Daniel Simpson, Port Adelaide. Mr. Henry Dowling, Launceston, V. D. Land,   Mr. Wild, 13, Catherine Street, Strand, London. Mr. Capper, South Australian Office, London.   It is also filed by Messrs. T. Gibbs and Co. Seedsmen, corner of Half Moon Street, Pic- adilly.   £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd. 10 10 0 to 11 11 o Ditto, Ashby, p barrel ...10 10 0—0 0 0 Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's} 1 0 0 —1 1 0       p dozen }   &...

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SWAN RIVER [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

SWAN RIVER We have been favored with a file of Perth Gazettes from June to the 16th December last. The progress made by the settlement on Swan River is scarcely perceptible. The Gazette itself seems in somewhat sickly condition—several of the numbers being printed on common blotting- paper, others on foolscap, and the letter-press in some of them much exceeding a page of our journal. According to our contemporary, however, this must be taken as a proof of the flourishing con- dition of the colony: for, speaking of the size and business-like appearance of the South Aus- tralian Gazette, he sagely remarks—" The size of this paper is to us an indication of weakness: it is overgrown, and out of proportion to the number of inhabitants. It bears the appearance of being founded on the puffing system, which has been so   liberally indulged in by the promoters of this scheme. It is a large-sized paper for so small a community, and unless supported by private means, with a view t...

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THE COLONIST ONCE MORE. THE PORK MYSTERY REVEALED. To the Editors of the south Australian Gazette. Colonial Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

THE COLONIST ONCE MORE. THE PORK MYSTERY REVEALED. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. Colonial Register. GENTLEMEN, MOST of your readers may remember that among the offensive questions [?] to put to the Honorable Mr. Colonial Commissioner FISHER, on the 8th of July last that con[?]red                           by [?] the most insolent and [?] was     the following:—   "Is it true that Mr. FISHER has sold privately to   the South Australian Company a large quantity     of pork belonging to the Commissioners—and that the same pork is now selling to the colonists, by Mr. Fisher's sons, on account of the Company,     at the extraordinary rate of ten guineas per barrel?   The scream of indignat...

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SALE OF POTTER MACQUEEN'S STOCK AT SEGENHOE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

SALE OF POTTER MACQUEEN'S STOCK AT SEGENHOE, SYDNEY. The sale of the Segenhoe stock which created such excitement among the mercantile and grazing portion of our community took place on the 16th instant. As might be anticipated the individuals assembled were the most nu- merous, wealthy, and respectable ever congre- gated in the colony on a similar occasion. Our flock owners now can remain no longer ignorant       of the real value of their cattle. The result of this sale is of the most gratifying description. The following is the account sales:—   Sheep.—4o8 maiden ewes, sixteen months, to H. C. Sempill, at 23s, 469l. 4s ; 430 ditto, ditto, ditto, at 26s. 559l; 430 ewe lambs, twelve   months, ditto, 22s., 473l.; 435 breeding ewes, two   and three years, with 400 lambs, ditto, 35s., 761l.   5s.; 435 ditto, ditto (with 295 ditto) 35s. 761l. 5s.; 559 ditto, two and three years (to lamb in   February). George Nail, 30s. 838l. 10; 455 ditto, ditto, ditto, T. H....

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TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

TRINITY CHURCH. THE foundation stone of the above Church was laid by his Excellency the Governor on the 26th ult. in presence of a numerous as-   semblage of persons whom so interesting a ceremony naturally collected together. His Excellency briefly addressed the meeting pre- viously to laying the stone, which was then lowered in due form, a plate of lead bearing the following inscription having been deposited underneath:— THE FOUNDATION STONE OF Trinity Church WAS LAID BY HIS EXCELLENCY CAPTAIN JOHN HINDMARSH, R.N., K.H., FIRST GOVERNOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA,   JANUARY 26, MDCCCXXXVIII.   THE HON. J. H. FISHER } OSMOND GILLES, ESQ. }TRUSTEES   CHARLES MANN, ESQ. } REV. C. B. HOWARD, M. A., T. C.D., INCUMBENT. The Lord of Heaven he will prosper us, there- fore we his servants will arise and build.—Nehe- miah, ii.-20. The ceremony was concluded by the Rev C. B. Howard addressing the assembly, and   invoking the divine bles...

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IMPORTATION OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

IMPORTATION OF STOCK. It is with great pleasure we anounce that nearly 2000 head of cattle and from 4000 to 6000 sheep are on their route overland from New South Wales to this province. At the moment we write it is supposed that the first   herd of cattle has reached the North-Westerly point of the Murray and may be expected here   in about ten days. Our stock is rapidly increas- ing, and we speak far within bounds when we     venture to assert that, judging from the accounts in our possession, within twelve months [?] head of cattle and 30,000 sheep will be feasting       in the luxurious pastures of South Australia. If this be not "progressing" in Yankee fashion   we know not what is.

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JOINT STOCK SHEEP COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

JOINT STOCK SHEEP COM- PANY. We have sincere satisfaction in announcing that the committee of this company have pur-   chased a flock of 600 very fine Maiden Ewes, and 300 Wethers, imported in the Hartley by Mr. Willis. A commencement has thus been made and the shares of the company are likely to be speedily   taken up. A melon was picked this week in the garden of Mr. Hutchinson which measured in circum- ference 33 inches by 29½ inches, and weighed 18lb, it had neither been asisted by manure   nor a raised bed, or even sheltered from heat or cold. There were several others in the same bed nearly as large.

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To the Editors of the South Australian. Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. I am, Gentlemen, Your most obedient Servant, Pro Bono publico. GENTLEMEN—Having observed a party of recently arrived emigrants engaged in digging up the trees in the street, which were not in the way and would in a short time have been re- moved for the sake of the wood without any expence to the public, I cannot help asking if they might not have been employed in some other mode more beneficial to the colony? Are we to be here another winter without a bridge?   or is it to be completed as soon as the Colonial   Engineer returns to resume the work at the exact point where he was permitted, or ordered, to leave off? It is true indeed that at present the Torrens, opposite Government House, is only twelve inches wide, and three inches deep, but we all remember the difficulty of getting a loaded cart through it last winter, and in fact that sometimes they stuck and could not be extricated, although, according to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 February 1838

ROBERT COCK HAS for SALE by Public Auction, in a few days, when catalogues will be issued—a   large quantity of Elegant Furniture, in consider-   able variety. Also, five Casks Oil, and a Bullock Drag. The Sale will take place at the Stores of Hallett   and Duff, adjoining Dr. Cotter's.     SELLING OFF. The Undersigned have on Sale an extensive   variety of the following Godds which, in     order to close consignments, they are now selling off at reduced prices, for Cash Only.   Ladies' and Gentlemen's boots and shoes, as- sorted, London made; Ladies' bonnets (large variety); ditto shawls; ditto best London prints; a large quantity of lace and netting; Ladies' kid gloves; Gentlemen's light summer trowsers; table-cloths and dish-covers; jewellery, &c. &c. OAKDEN & CO. Gilles Arcade, February 17, 1838. AMBROSE DRAPER takes the liberty to inform h...

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