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TIMES TELESCOPE. PUFFS PROSPECTIVE. FROM JULIA D. TO MNTHDA M. Alesamisind House, 15th August, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 31 August 1839

TIMES TELESCOPE. PUFFS PROSPECTIVE. FROM JULIA D. TO MATILDA M. Alexandrina House, 15th August, 1849. Many thanks, my dear Matilda, for your sprightly epistle of the 8th instant, written, as you tell me, with the kind intention of enlivening my "soli-   tude" on the shores of the Lake. So far am I from thinking it a solitude, that I feel rather in clined to pity you, confined as you are to the crowded limits of a city, and condemned to fritter   your time and energies away in the same constant [?] round of fashionable dissipation. Here, my beloved friend, I revel amid all the charms of nature, and think with pity of the hustling haunts   of men. I would rather see the wild swans float-   ing proudly, side by side, on the tranquil bosom of our beautiful lake, than witness the struggles   for victory between all the "Martyrs" and "Goli-     aths" that ever graced a regatta; and I feel greater &a...

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THE COLONY AND THE BUSH AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 31 August 1839

THE COLONY AND THE BUSH AGAIN. EDITORIALLY Speaking, we are never in a rage. Paragraph after paragraph beholds us "happy to announce," "sorry to hear," "rejoicing to communicate," "pained to state," events which, let their hues be sad or merry, the poor editor must weathercock himself into the mood corresponding— be "everything by turns   and nothing long." He is allowed occasionally to be "astonished" or "surprised," and, under     rare circumstances, to be "indignant;" but it is a standing principle of the profession that he shall never be in a good, hearty, down- right passion. This episode explanatory is     extorted from us, not to account for the cool-   ness with which it is our business to take all varieties of imputations as to the "purity of   our motives," the "rectitude of our inten-   tions," and so forth, but for the tranquillity with which we bear a much more severe in- flication, namely, th...

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PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 31 August 1839

PROGRESS OF THE COLONY. RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. OUR former articles having sufficiently marked the advancement of the province in its com-   mercial, agricultural, and pastoral relations, we proceed to notice its condition on points which, unless they mark a corresponding pro-     gression, all worldly prosperity is naught.   Our duty here is of the most gratifying de-   scription; and much do we rejoice that we can     truly represent the moral and religious con-   dition of the colony to be in all respects most satisfactory and encouraging. By the act establishing the province, Her Majesty was authorised to appoint as Chaplains, Clergymen of the Established Church of   England or of Scotland. The Rev. C. B. Howard was accordingly appointed; he landed   with the Governor in 1836, and his ministra- tions commenced with the settlement of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends os have opviied monllity aecnunts at the Oflici'.; and Advertiser* are requested particularly to notice that advertixemrntx tmce inserted will Ite continued and elumfd for I unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs day evening. I TO SUCCKKt) THE "AKIAUNe" j KOK SYOVKr. I Entered to arrive about the \sth current.and wiU\ ltroccel in about S or li days thereafter for Si/dun,, ' -sk~ rilllK splendid A I coppered rjjfjflg^ <; /. ENS 'wTI Lyl'ml tons JS^^^^P^ register, and 10UU tons burthen, <^m^Bp?oiilv ten uioutlis oi<l, and has proved tiersiU one ol the fastest failing ve.-sels out of Britain. . Having spacious poop, and great height between decks, her accommodation lor passengers, is ot a decidedly superior .leseription; every loniSort will be provided ior the u%e of the passengers She will lie a splendid yes.el to carry stock, «nd t!ie a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

MI'SICAL. MIC J'I.AT'S <:i l<t>iidon ( jist rf4iiti?lnc: clio <;iiliis i<{ Oiv.tiiisr at Trinity Church, A-'cl:. «Ie i:w t'-e Voiiur to oiler liw ncrvict-s ujj ei'ch.v t.i tlie iiuno l-'dite. i'JSH, vi.st tudof Oine.strect, comer of Ni r.h -.1 iiif;// art. Chan <if Kr.u) oiu! Vaahiiinnhle J!i/sic on stilt:. t wo* in" T>r .\;<;t:vr iwi.KMt iji>ti:icv. f;"O ill-; -lii.l) ;.. :y,,,f t!i P ,-.il,ticill>llS!.? the i p.-<l|l'!r!ul •• I-i.li--. .VII rtClf.t «.I tlilTfilV, K.|:v ?-*J; !•:«-• Hy I in- jnif.-ii.isi-i- lm:;i ti.e I i;;V 'V i !i. v. '!'(:!• :;,i.- :,!.i.\:.it ii.v 1- part of Mr. .Si.iiii.-'* .-;-.i-...i •'ijruy <<, '.':■-.• n<i:thof V.-.urn J*:r,-!,rr, ~iv! i k: i.-'« !.•[ ijin-ij; iw.itii.ii-M :V<>ii> i.<-m '.'h' i;.:i<! «.S .i'li.td.-kv v o ;.i- ; .,!.. <!;.• il.ii !- ■i.'iiiii' t.i <:«(•'.in!>...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. By the Dorsit we have Sydney papers is to a late date. By the Nacaraan arrived there, news had been received from England up to the 8th May Lord Melbourne and his colleagues resisted office on the 7th May. The question which pro- duced the resignation of Ministers was then colonial policy. The question of their policy   towardds Ireland, which we mentioned a fortnight   ago as being likely to test the existence of the Ministry, was decided in their favor. The ques- tion which caused their resignation was also in their favor; but it left them in a majority of only five. The debate was regarding a bill brought in by Ministers to fetter the Jamaica House of Assembly by vesting certain powers in the Government and Council of the colony. Sir Robert Peel opposed the motion of Ministers, and was supported in his opposition by Messrs Hume, Grote, and other leading Radicals, and the coalition thus effected between Tories and Radicals left the Mi...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

ADELAIDE 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 Editors, will be received. Price, per annum (52 numbers). £2 12s if called   for—£2 16s. when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 3d. for every additional line. The South Australian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan. London — Messrs. Black and Armstrong Foreign Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Ditto, Ashby, p barrel 8 10 0 —9 0 0     Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's p dozen 0 18 0 —0 20 0 Ditto, Colonial, in hhds 7 0 0 — 7 10 0 Porter, London, p hhd....9 0 0 —10 0 0 Ditto, in bottles, p doz.... 0 18 0 — 0 20 0 Ditto, C...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is unncecessary to publish a word on the subject our excellent friend W. mention. We shall endeavour   to comply with "Mike's "request in our next. The length to which the case of Mr. G. M. Stephen has   entended excludes various articles intended for this number till our next.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. August 30 - The brig Dawsons, 227 tons, B. K. Price, master, from Launceston, with a general   cargo and 15 passengers September 1.—The schooner Labrorth, 80 tons,   from Madras, Swan River, and King George's   Sound, with a cargo of sundries. September 2 .— The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Robertson, master, from Sydney,with a general   cargo and 2 passengers. September 2. - The barque Prince George, from India, with a general cargo - at Neapean Bay. September 2. - The Pleiades, from India, with rice, cedar &c.       September 3. — The brig Willam, 140 tons, Thom, Master, from Launceston, with sundries and 3 passengers.     September 3. — The schooner Lowestoft, 120 tons, Allan, master, from Launceston, with a cargo of sundries. September 4 — The barque Lady Emma,   Buckland, Master, from Launceston, with a cargo of sund...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, SIPTEMBER 7, 18[?]. MR G.M. STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 18[?]. MR G.M. STEPHEN. [?] George Hall, Esq., Private Secretary             C. B. Rodwell, Esq.   Charles Dirk, Esq., Surveyor Matthew Smillie, Esq., of Vallies   Frederick Hancock, Esq. Samuel Stuart, Esq., Barrister       Henry Jones, Esq., North Adelaide   John Russell, Esq., Rundle-street   J. W. Nicholls, Esq., Coroner       Henry Johnson, Esq., North Adelaide   Wm. Cook Kingdom, Esq., Clerk to Resident Magistrate's Court Stanley Stokes, Esq.     After a most anxious investigation, which lasted nearly five days, the jury, in an hour and             a quarter's consultation, agreed to and returne...

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INCONTER BAY FISHERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

ENCOUNTER BAY FISHERY. We regret to have observed in the last     Southern Australian the circumstance of the unfortunate breaking up of the fishing station     at Encounter Bay directly charged upon the "[?] powers"—thereby, we presume, either     meaning His Excellency the Governor, or His Honor the Chief Justice. We think our con-   temporary attributes blame where none exists.     With regard to the Judge, the facts are, that Mr. Dutton was yesterday brought up on a   Habeus; and, after hearing certain affidavits,   and hearing Mr. Nichalls, the Coroner. His Honor stated that the case was one of consider- able doubt, and admitted Dutton to had him-   self in £100, and two sureties of £50 each. His Excellency the Governor, wa have   reason to believe, regrets extremely that any step should have been taken not abso...

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MR. G.M. STEFIRN'S LIBEL CASE. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. Monday, September. GAUSESS LUNEA STAPHAS S. RONERY THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 September 1839

MR. G.M. STEPHEN'S LIBEL CASE. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. Monday, September 2. George Milner Stephen v. Robert Thomas. This was an action brought by Mr. G. M. Stephen, late Colonial Secretary, against Mr. Robert Thomas, printer of the South Australian Register, for the publication of a libel. Damages laid at £4,000. The following Special Jury was sworn for the trial:—   George Hall, Esq., Private Secretary C. B. Rodwell, Esq. Charles Dork, Esq., Surveyer Matthew Smillie, Esq., Vallies Frederick Hancock, Esq. Samuel Smart, Esq., Barrister Henry Jones, Esq., North Adelaide John Reynell, Esq., Rundle-street J. W. Nicholls, Esq., Coroner Henry Johnson, Esq.. North Adelaide Wm. Cook Kingdom, Esq., Clerk to Resident   Magistrate's Court Stanley Stokes, Esq. The plaintiff, assisted by Mr. M. Smith, con-   ducted the case for the prosecution, and Messrs. Mann and W. Poulden for the defence. Mr. Stephen opened the case on his own behalf. He rose with fee...

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SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. OLOI.'O/.1X.1. f.-.'iiiX Al'Uonr, fro'ii L?irli— liiM-i:;:^!::-; ca;p>. i.tiU Itr t'.iljii y ill a few <!■;*. Ciij.t. \V..:'ci. ;■_:.- A?-f-l, (ii:u|i:;'\ .'.J'i t'.-n.-. :nnii London—dic r,;:i:-u'.n.' ni'uV. > li. <". r.r.r, aj.V)it. SO.Ji-UlSl'.'i'SHl iK, (\tiv<[\.w), ■' ■•}■! ti.n«, from J.o:fiuii—liivliiir,:::!.; i':rj;u. Cutii. Witlcer, city'or ADr.:..\i:n:. (;...--.i.-), :% •..■.. -u".'-h-y J!fi> f;\r -y. {■. ..■■.-..■: -. !..'• .'-•■ . -.1,:..r.: c . >...■ ;„ .-_,- ■■• .._... .. j:>:i;<:. :'. *1, n/iii. •>. ::•> :..:.-. fr.r.i ;:.ii.dr: ' L.\.' .' .' '•.''. 0 ■■?ir/' '■'■'■':' •-• I:'";;i'':':''' I '■■-■ ■■'•■— •••• ■•••'•:•■■> '''•:■• ?...-•■'.-..•.. ?;. Cjiuiii I W..'1;,-. ;,.- ,;. : I.OL'Jy-A. (M-v). ! ■: r..:; . (>..••? uc-- i ...t i:-.:.-.-.-. r..•:..■,•! '••■.■■.;;.(r.iiiri'Mt. : !■'•'::.-'.., (•■■;-p. '■; i ■:!•■;, IV.km : yli-.y —pr<-. ; (•■•!■:■• • i .•• .'.'....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

GOVEUXMKST NOTICI?. Adtttiidr, August *J6. 1S)O. r T^HF. Tni!-tics ot the I'ulilic Cciiu'tury un X iior.uce tho (uiluvviii;; toiius on vvl:ich I.and can !>c iipjuojiiiatiil in tho l'uMie i fiin'tciy .— Tiic iiinximutii pl<it to bt! appropriated by jni vat<■ itnlividuiils to lie vijilitoi-u tvvt K(uan>. ujioii lraM; Cor iiiiii'ty-nliul years, itrlatuiiis ot" persons inli'ircd tlicioin in order of ut'Nt oi kin to liiivo jiouvi t.i rriicw tin? leasy uiion puytnunt of ilic sum thru rnnvntly di-niaiidod for new )>urt-liit?L>h. The jiri«*i- at \vl;:.ch tin1 lease <>( land may lip purrliasfi i^ on;' sliillinj; pur supeifn-ial foot, and tacU lessee t?i pay mmually, in proportion to tlie c\t> nt of bis ooriipancy, tin? si'.ia of tlnee pciu'o : per toot. ' | Persona leaving tlu> Piovinff, or for other ie:i-.ons ilesim'.is o' if.ii^nin^ to tl:e Trustees the '•nre <if tlie they Imid, and tli>> puiiiva ti.ni of the orivtions ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

SALES IJY AUCTION. —*?*+*#^ to ni so i. n nr auction, Itr Mil. J. itICIIAHDsON, On Tnrsday next, !«ptei:iber 17, at Twelve r.Vlork priTiscly, iit bis rooms, corner of K'ng William imd Hiiidloy Streets, tlic jiiiseellaiu'oii}" effect* of a (>eii:leiuen ttbuut to leave the colony, consisting v\ — 40 half-pint pcuur )hqsmosc.i:hx,continual. measures 10(1 spades «5 pint do. 7 pair gate hingea «<> quart do. 2 whvat mi lib 1 ju-wter water Mand ft man traps 4 dozen pewter liason* 2 axles 6 do7<*n i)-ineli plati-s 2 S'wk barrow wheels * 10-incli ditto 4 hay knives 3 dozen poup ditto I iron {ilough 10 dozen pewter howl* 24 dozen drawer handles 6 dozen fu-wter dishes lBdoz.irouchesth3iidUs IKOS-MONT.F.UT. JhWM.I.KiIV. H do 7. kni?es and fork* '24 glass seals, i.sscf ted 82 slieeji <) l>rooclie> \i doetn claw bammers 4 gold I; -vs !)!' ditto J silver ditto ft <lozrn door latdiei 2 trumpet keys 4 dozen car tips S .ii,iiii,.ls' heads, keys ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. September 9 —The brig Speculator, 96 tons, Mathieson, master, from Sydney, August 10, with a cargo of rice, &c. September 9.—The schooner Eagle, 108 tons, Fawthorpe, master, from Launceston, August 30, with sundries. September 11.—The schooner Abeona, 105   tons, Hawson, master, from Port Lincoln.   DEPARTURE.   September 10.—The barque Ariadne, 520 tons, Captain M'Laren, for Port Phillip and Sydney, with part of her original cargo and passengers. Passengers from this place—Messrs. Bonney,       Hawdon, Mandy, and Murray.   The Louisa for Sydney, the Dorset for Sydney   via Port Phillip, and the Lowestoft for Launceston,   and to-morrow. The Exporter may be shortly expected from Sydney. The Katerine Stewart Forbes, from this place, arrived at Hobart Town on the 4th ult., and was taking in a cargo for t...

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, SEP.12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, SEP.12. Flour, &c.—Flour best 65l to 70l. per ton;     oats 11s to 12s. per bushel; bran 4s. 6d. to 5s.       per bushel; rice 3d. per lb.; four pound loaf   3s. 6d.   Vegetables.—Potatoes 30l. to 35l. per ton;       do per lb. 3d. to 4d.; turnips 1s. per bunch;   cabbage and lettuce 3d. each; carrots 6d. per lb.;           raddishes 3d. per bunch.       Meat.—Beef 10d. to 1s. per lb.; mutton 1s. to 1s. 2d. per lb; veal and pork 1s. 3d. per lb.         Daily produce.—Butter fresh 2s. 9d. to 3s   per lb; do. salt 2s. to 2s. 6d. per lb; cheese 2s.     per lb; eggs 4s. per dozen.   VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AUG 31....

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: Saturday, SEPTEMBER 14, 1839. THE LAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: Saturday, SEPTEMBER 14, 1839. THE LAST GAZETTE. Mr. GEO. M. STEPHEN has resigned the Commission of the Peace, and the office of Chairman of the Bench of Magistrates. BOARD OF ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER.—The Board of Assistant Commissioner is dissolved. George Hall, Esq., is appointed temporarily to the office of Assistant Commissioner. The Governnor's Office. —William Na- tions, Esq., is appointed temporarily Chief Clerk in the Governor's Office. Land Office.—Mr. John Hance has been appointed to be Chief Clerk in the Land Office, during the absence of Mr. Edmonds. Bench of Magistrates.—A meeting of   the Bench of Magistrates takes place on Mon- day, to elect a Chairman, in the room of Mr. G. M. Stephen. The Surveyor-General's Office is re- moved from Morphett-street to Carrington-   street. The Survey Office in Morphett-street will be appropriated to the Drawing Depart- ment, where Charts and Maps will lie open for inspe...

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POLITICAL ASPECT OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 September 1839

POLITICAL ASPECT OF THE COLONY. THE events of the last ten days have produced the happy effect anticipated by ourselves, and by those colonists who have not for the first time watched the results of a similar squall. Tho noxious atmosphere is purified —the sur- rounding obscurity dissipated—the curtain has dropped on the tragedy or the farce—confidence     and calm are restored—and the political horizon is as sunny as ever. Such being the case, we propose to offer a few observations on the course which should be taken to maintain the harmony existing between the Government and the colonists, as far as possible, to sink sectional interests, and in take" a long pull, a strong   pull, and a pull altogether," for the general weal. The fact that this is the honest desire of all political parties in the province, induces us to hope that the difficulties which stand in the way of so important a consummation can neither be numerous nor stubborn. &a...

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