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BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH   WALES. IT is probably within the recollection of our readers, that we some time ago examined the pretensions of the Colonist, a Sydney paper, to the superior mora- lity of New South Wales, in some strictures which the editor of that jour- nal had put forth with reference to South Australia. We return to this   subject again-not on accouut of any reply to our former remarks -but from the fact that certain circumstances having transpired which tend to establish our position. Our case was this - that the acts of outrage and immorality, which appeared from time to time in the columns of the Sydney press--not even the Colonist excepted-but ill accorded with the pretensions which this writer had put forth. The meeting of the Legislative Council at Sydney, and the discussions to which the introduction of the "Bush ranging Act" has given rise, will enable     our readers to form a tolerably correct  ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

SA* *$ Valut duetto it« ] FT* H E undersigned auctioneers beg te inform the^public that in consequence - of the increase of newspapers, moa the unnecessary expences entailed on auction sales by thesposting of large bills, (whichare so little Tead and so soon destroyed) they have agreed to make the papers ONLY the medium of giving publicity to their «iles. The public attention is therefore particularly called to the advertisements below. BENTHAM & NOWMTJS, HAI LES & PEEK, SMITH St VALLAHCB, W. H. NEALE. I*and anti House*, TO BR SOLD BY VWLVC AUCTION, by Billin HI and Co. THIS DAY. Friday, July 3rd, at 12 (relock, at their rooms, King WHlitm-stPeet ASUPERIOR House and Land in Hind marsh town 10 allotments in the village bf Islington 17 dino ditto 4 ditto Port Lincoln 2 ditto ditto 1 water frontage ditto 2 acre block New Port 1 ditto ditto ' 1 ditto ditto 1 ditto ditto And various other properties. Immense Sale of Merchandiz,econsis(inff of Earthenware, Flour, Hice, Ale...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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IMPORTANT TO MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 July 1840

IMPORTANT TO MARINERS. Wc have been favoured by a" gentleman connected with the commercial marine,' with the following description of a number of reefs and shoals off the south-west coast of Aus tralia, most of which are newly laid down. We are not at liberty to announce thc source whence it was taken, but we believe it may be depended upon as strictly accurate. Sydney Herald. ' r CASUARINA SHOAL.-Two and a half niles W i N (magnetic) from the N W point of Garden Island ; bas sis or seven leeton ¡tsshoalest part; it is aitaated on the Five Fathom Bank westward cf Garden Island.* and has ten fatbomt waler a. qaarter of a mile to the eastward and half a nula to the westward of ii. SEAWARD REEF.-With sis or seven feet water upon it, is a small patch of rocks on the Fis* Fathom Bank above referred to, and is «ttl atad -- 1 three and a quarter inilés W | N by compass, fl* from the north end of Carnac Island, or ¡n a lina J with the south west end of Róttñess and the Hay*"". j j cock OB G...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

j UNITED STATES. The followiuer extract contains the latest t news as to the long pending «Boundary ques tion/ as also some reference to a series of j disastrous fires which have occurred in New York : I AMERICA.-Letters and napers from the United Slates recieved on Sunday contain the whole of the correspondence between the Ametica and British governments respecting the North-east boundary question, which had been laid before the Senate by M. Van Buren, in accordance with the resolutions adopted by that house on the 17th ult. These documents pl see the affair a'together in a new light Instead of Maine being the fiist to complain, it seems tba*. Mew Brunswick thought abe had just grounds of comtdaiat asa««ist Maine for viola ions of the agreement that bad been en tered into. The only împortant letters are 1. A better from Mr. Fox to Mr. Forsyth, com plaining of a violation of the agreement of last winter hy Maine ^pening roads lo the Aroostook, and the occup ilion of a portion of the...

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PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL. Friday, June 26, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

PROCEEDINGS OP COUNCIL. I Friday, June Î6t 1840. The Council met at 10 o'clock-Present, His Excellency the Governor, The Acting C'dbnial Secretary, The Advocate'General, The Survereyor Geoeral, The Assistant - Commissioner. The minutes of last Council were read and conirmed George Hall, E*q. having been appointed Colonial Secretary pro tem., on account of the illness of the Hon. Robert Gouger the prescribed oaths were administered'o him by His Exe Heney, and he took bis seat in Council accordingly. Al ired Munday, Esq. having been appointed Clerk of Coo beti, «he prescribed oath was admin, istered to hird"" Thé BfllTor amending ihèr Act fur the Regulation,stB«t?JÍTotec ion of the Whale Fisheries, was reatj a third time and parsed. Adjourned'at l l o'clock, until Frid«y the 17th July. COLONIA L SfecRfTAB v's OFFICE, i*i Jiity, I8|0 -From and after* Monday next, the 6th instant, the Port Adelaide Postman will leave the Post Office at eleveno'efoek a. m precisely, and proceed directly ...

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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1840. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

ADEIÂTOE : 'TUESDAY. jULT 7,1840. MUN ÍC1 PA L TCO RPO R ATlbU Bri.I EVEN at the risk of pursuing this sub- . ject usque ad nauseam, vre. venture again to call tbe attention of our. readers to it. " Various important modifications," < have, we-are informed, been made, ** in I accordance with theçeneraJly expressed - wishes of the inhabitants but .upon -, the subject of the veto-hy fat the'most important principie the Viii contains ** ob, definite opinion has as, yet been expressed.** : Our I view» upon this point have been so fully and unequivo cally expressed, tbat it would be super« fluous to add one word more. The danger of " reckless and extravagant jobbing" is not, we think, to be appre hended io a colony like this; arni es pecially where every member of the Court of Common Council would be so well known, and so liable to be called to the bar of public opinion for every vote he gave. We have no rea son to suppose that -tiie veto principle being retained-it would be l...

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REPRESENTATION OF THE COLONIES. (From the Colonial Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

REPRESENTATION OF THE COLONIES. 1 ( From the Colonial Gazette.) j WE suspect that the colonial minister ts. by this time at his wit's-end. We do not say this br way of disparaging bis capacity for business. Quite the contrary. A minister like Glenelg may be rocked to sleep by the stormy element on which he has embarked: a minister like Normanby may go on blessing the s'ar under which he was born, and reckoning on good fortune »od happy con jectures ; but Lord John, we believe, isam>n capable of appreciating the dancers, the difficul ties, and responsibilities of Ure position in which he stands ; and we will hope that he does not mean either to slumber through his term of office,: or make the business of it a blind game of chance.! Therefore we say that he is probably at his wit's ead. * It is not Canada-it is «of J roaica- it is not! the question between races and colours-*-!! is not any one qa-stton that perplexes him-no, nor the accumulated aggregate of political and social pro...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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POPE GREGORY AMO THE SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

POPE GREGORY AMO TUE SLAVE TRADE. It will, no doubt, be a cause of gratifica tion, to those interested in the abolition of Slavery, to learn that the reigning Pope bas -issued a Bull, discountenancing this evil, die < particulars of which wili be found below : THE SLAVE TB ADE.-The ball of Popé Gre gory XVI, for the abolition of Jue negro «lave trade, was published at Rome, on the 3rd of December last, being the 9ih year of the Pontifi cate* A copy of this document is published in tho Iiondoo papers. The truly Christian feeling which it exhibits with regard to tbe iafsrnona traffic in human beings, does infinite ««edit to his Holiness, and certain church-building Piotestants might, in this ins'ancè, at least, take a leaf ont of the old look of Babylon: The huM takes an his torical view of the influence of christianity io softening the evils of slavery, and, in many instances, abolishing the institution itself from the time of the Apostles downward ; adverts to the varions...

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ARRIVAL OF VESSELS AT PORT ADELAIDE. From January to June inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

I Ä&RHTAL OF VESSELS AT PORT ADELAIDE. I From January to June inclusive. Date. Jan. 2 3 3 7 8 ll 21 26 27 31 Feb. 2 4 5 a. 6*1 6 ri ic 17 23 23 24 24 25 24 27 Mará 7 .7 J 10 10 11; n ll ll 12 12 14 16 19 20 23 24 " 24 29 29 30 A pl.3 . \u 5 6 8 fl 9 10 IO ll 14 16 17 19 23 28 28 . 30 May2 8 8 8 10 12 14 13, . 13 V 17 ! 19 20 20 20 25 29 Ju «el 7 7 9 ll ll ll 10 12 13 13 13 14 14 16 17 18 17 22 27 27 27 28 28 Xante. Alice New Zealander Minerva M on'ord Melrose Rapid Challenger L<»rd Sidmouth City of Adelaide* Hamilton Abeona Bra akin Moor .(olin Liv*-1 j _. RijasUian Java' Angustos Water Witch Guiana .. K* S, Forbes India Porter Inda - SI. Vincent Lively fintona Mar; Ridgway Minerva Truganini i , & I Hejo Olidsa . Seppings ' : Bdboo Tomalia VVa*er Wbii'-h .Marv Ann Victoria Pyscke Planler Caledonia Cn / of London Agenoria Porter : Ham St. Vincent Harvest Hom* Brazil Pai/ket Eiizabe fa Victoria Industry F,1tzabethLtoyc Dorset Water Wit«-.b Chill' ager Abeona...

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WOLFE, THE CONVERTED JEW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

WOLFE, THE CONVERTED JEW. Tiie name of the above mentioned indivi dual is familiar to most of our readers, and the following letter; therefore^ which -was lately addressed by Mr. Wolfe to a lady in the Metropolis, and which we copy from the Morning Chronicle, of February 26, will, we have no doubt be read with interest. MT DEAR MISS S--, My views on contro versies- of mean religious controversies, are these -that if controversies are carried ou ¡u a spirit of animosity, they, beyond all doubt, will do more barm than «oed, and divide and tear the church ioto pieces 1 # > . . . The great :«ult of controversies in religion, in modern as well as in ancient times, consisted io this, that they were mosllyexposures of error, and, not so auch * trial, of showing forth and, introduc ing to the opponent the, light of the truth! . One forgets entirely that wt|çu GodL created the world fae did not say "Darkness go away/* ^but " Lét there be lightl" Mention me one ia hWoi'y who was converted ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

KEW ZEALAND. A great stir, it aopears, lias been created ! in France, on the " New Zealand v question. I Its previous occupancy by the English, seems exceedingly to have puzzled them. The following extract from a London Tory paper ? - the Standard-is sufficient, however, to i shew that there is no intention on the part of the french Government to disturb us in our possession of it as a British Colony - NEW ZEALAND.-The New Zealand question is one of vast interest and great importance. The bureaux of «he Minister of Marine, War, and Foreign Affairs, are beseiged with applications from capitalists, speculators, financiers, merchants, bankets, etc. for permission to form col mies in the South isle, Tawai Foenamon ; for protection in establishing colonies there; for charters of incorporation, and in one word, for all sorts of aid and protection, encouragement and help, in the task nf colonizing, cultivating, possessing, and governing the isle in question, to r>ay nothing of the North...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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IRELAND. GREAT MEETING OF THE REFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

GREAT MEETING OF THE REFORMERS. t . . . I « - ? . . W f_i% 1 A splendid meeting of the reformers of Ireland was held at the Theatre. Dublin. Lord Brabazon in the chair, for the parpóse of adopting measures to re organize the whole of the Irish parliamen tary registries, and (bus secure the entire prostra tion of the Orange faction. The speakers were. Lord Brabazon, Sir Montague Chapman, Bart , Lord Clements, the Earl of Miltown, Sir M Bellew, Mr. Sharman Crawford, Mr. Tighe, of -Woodstock, Mr. Villiers Stuart, Mr. Ross, of Rosstrevor. the Hon. Major Southwell, Mr. H. M. Taite, Mr. Peter Parcel!, Mr. CC noell, and Major Macnamara. At this meeting, the follow in? patriotic address lo thc- people of Great Blr tain, drawn op and signed by the Duke of Lein ster and the Earl of Charlemont, wasrea-i amidst the loudest applause, by Mr. Villiers Stuart : " Charlemont-boose, Dublin, Jan 7, 1840. '* Deeply impressed with the injustice and in sult which have, of late, been offe:ed to Ireland, b...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. 1 HER HAJESTY'S PHIVY PURSE.-The only sum voter! by Parliament for the Qeen, over which her Majesty personally-h as any control, is the £60.000. Tor the privy purse. O tt oí this sum the Queen pays all the pensions that «vere gt an ted out of it by George IV. and William IV., considering ¡ more r« spectfal io their memories to do so, than to discontinue them, or ta transfer them to the -Civil List Pension fund, which is made public by being laid annually before Parliament. These pensions range rbrouufa a variety <»f circumstances, from that of Mrs. Fox, the widow of Charles James Fox, who receivrs £500 a year, to the servants of the late Mrs Jordan, a-<d amount in all to £10,000 per annum. But these are far from being the only claims on the privy purse. Her Majesty with kind consideration foi the late King, soon after ber accession to the throne, granted from the privy purse no less a sum than £7,600 per annum to the Fitrclareoces. She gav- al...

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AFFAIRS OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

.AFFAIRS OF SPAIN. opanisli affairs stem still to be very unset tled, if we may judge from the following extract from a. London Paper. TheCarlists, though defeated, seem not to be subdued: SPAIN,-The Queen-Regent's speech on open ing the st «sion offers, neisher in its promises nor disclosures, mnch subj-ct f«r congratulation. The Moderados-^jieak-ont their-intentions as to the internal government of the connlry frankly, in a tone which shows them bo'b aware and certain of triumph, «nd' which evinces their resolve to bridle and intimidate the Liberal and .patriotic pirty. 3 bis is the first time -that the Queen Regent bas opened I he-Cor tes after «he defeat of"; Carlism aad the triumph «if the Constitution. It appears that the Government is to monopolise-ali power in the Libera! provinces of Spain, whilst ; to the Ai-S3lutist provincesef Biscay and Navarre i all power is to be abandoned to the people and j the priests. The -«fergy and the ex-oloistered monks are objets of solicitnd...

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PROGRESS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

PROGRESS «SF SOOTH AUSTRALIA. IN an article which appeared in our columns of ^Friuay last, we attempted a reply to some strictures upon the pro gress of South Australia, which had appeared' originally in the Colonial Gazette, and which were backed by some unjust aspersions on the part of the Sydney Herald. We at that time provided ourselves with materials for an ampler eluci dation of this Subject, but were com pelled to hold them over for want of space. We proceed now,-by contrast ing -the first half year of 1639 with the first half year of 1840,-to lay them before our readers under the folio» itig heads..- - Shipping return.-In another part of our columns will be found a careful abstract of the number of vessels which entered Port Adelaide and Encounter Bay during the last six months, with a statement of their classes, the amount .of their tonnage, the places from which they took 'their departure, the number of their passengers, and the nature of their cargo. From this, it will be...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

To the Editor of th* Southern Australian. S'R, - The fol io wing, translated from th« French of I. B. Rosseau, might perhapa be read with profit ~by certain parties : "What is the world? Tis an amusing play, Where well paid actors should good sport afford; .. Some dressed as atatesoen fret their tittle day* ' Some bear the mitre, and.some bear tbe^aword; The great and noble are the actors here. The homble people" as ibe audience mt, And puned with comic pride, each buxk^Mpetr Contemns the" nameless rabble rnI the pit. ^ ' ' ( But. tho* ibe people thus are held io »omi '." Ytt they are-uaefat-^r theyat*tí»í^p^«* '? .¿ j And when they find the charai^ l.ll-bèia«, . I: TM twafr pi«ro^hr«'o fan* we fftayàr^'-^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

OMI Efoilowing-areth.« lermsof the'« SOUTHERN AUSTRAT*AN," which ia published every Tuesday aad Friday morning, at the Oh*ce,coruer of Stephens-place, Handle-street.. PRICE OF THIS PAPKR-ed per Kamber, or 9«. per aanum paid ia advance. Subscribers have their pa ckers sent te them if they'desire it. AnYERt-isKMBBiT»,-G liites and *nder[eacb inser tion] 3s. 6d ; «Hove 6 lines,. 3d. per fine-Adver tisements cannot be received! later than 4 oVIock an Monday and Tknrsâay ; and orders to disrontinne Advertisements already inserted, most be seat to the office before S o'clock on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior til the next day of publication, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements -mast bavé, written upon them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued Until conntermauded. All Subscriptions and: Advertisements mast be {laid for ia advance. For launceston direct, THE remarkably fast sailing brig _* SCOUT, tOO tons per"«>gieter C. GWATÖN, commander, wil...

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Shipping Report. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

Shipping Report SAILED.   JULY 1st.-The brig Brazil Packet, 170 tons for Launceston. JULY 1st --The schooner Perseverance, 43 tons,     for Port Phillip.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

DIED— On Sunday, the 5th ¡nstant, Henry William, the infant son of CHAS. EVANS, ESQ., H. C. S.       We beg to inform our Subscribers   and Advertizing Friends generally, that the Quarter having now expired, their Accounts will be furnished during the present week, a speedy settlement of which is particularly requested.  

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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PROPOSED UNION OF PORT PHILLIP WITH SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

PROPOSED UNION OF PORT PHILLIP WITH SOUTH AUSTRALIA. WE, some time ago, had occasion to notice, Under the general head of Port Phillip News, that the Editor of one of the journals of that province-the i^r/ x Phillip Herald- had put forth a state ment, upon what he conceived to be good authority,-to the effect "thai, a project was on foot, carrying with it the influence of the South Australian Colonization Commissioners, for effect ing a union between Port Phillip and South Australia, and forming of the two a Colony altogether indépendant of'New South Wales, tinder the.de nomination of AUSTRALIA. FELÍX^' Now¡ notwithstanding the 'scribe' in the Herald pretends to ¿ut forth this statement 'upon good authority', no. .one, who bestows a moment's reflection upon the subject, caa suppose, that such an idea was ever seriously enter 'jtkined.~ ./Our only,reiasonl^ therefore, for descending to further Remark upon this subject are-the o^ver-weening oonceit wliich the writer of ^this article d...

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