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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

VESSELS IN HARBOUR.         INDUS, 422 tons.-C ark. from Cal-otta-dis charging. J. Newman & Co.ag«n~*. ORLEANA,, 649 tons. Cameron, from London -         discharging. John Morphett, agent. BâRQUF.S. CHARLES KERR, 463 ton«, Arnold, from London-discharging. GUNGA, 350 too«, f« (inghushand, from Singa pore-dtscha'gmg. J. Morphett, agent. . BRIGS. VICTORIA,182 tons, from Sjtfne?, discharging. -J. Morphett, agent. THIRrEEN,297<tons. Mackie, from London discharging. J. Snooke, agent. DORSET. 80 tona. Robertson, from Sydney discharging. V. & E. Solomon, agents. .SCHOONERS. I PLANTER, 125 tons. Baird, from Sidney discharging. Garratt and Fisher, agents. JOHN PIRIE, Hay, from Kangaroo Island discharging. ABEONA, Hawson, from Hobart Town -VICTORIA. Hutchinson, 20 tons,-from Kanga roo Island.

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

Sale» bg public Auction. T H E undersigned auctioneers beg to ¡ inform the public that in consequence j 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 ONXY the medium of giving publicity to their sales. The public j attention is therefore particularly called to the advertisements below. BENTHAM & NONMUS, HAINES & PEEK, SMITH & VALLANCE, ' W. H. NEALE. To BE SOLD BY:'PUBLIC AUCTION, By Hailes and Peek, Oo Wednesday next, «tb July, 1840, at then room, Hindley-Street, at Twelve o'clock, CASE of bonnets Wellington boots Mens' and womens'shoes Children's shoes feather bed and bolster Stationery Flour mill, on the plan ofNapoTean Steel mill with fly whee] Fencing wire Household ironmongery end fool« Boa of tobaccoj>ipe* Medicine chests Water filterer ~%J : , . Two thermometers' Saddlery Large dishes, plates...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE JULY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 July 1840

i THE JULY SESSIONS. The following is a list of the prisoners for trial at the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Goal Delivery, at Adelaide, July 7, 1840, with the time of their commitment, and the nature of their offences Jeremiah McCarthy, aged 35. and »Mary Ann Adams, aged 23, committed Match 14, 1840, stealing a cloak of the value nf 35s. the property of James Ha noe. in March. 1840. at Adelaide. David Kerr, aged 26, George Halloran, aged 25. Henry Smith, eg»d 37 and Sally, a native of Van Diemen's Land-stealing two sheep, value £4 10s, the property of Samuel White and others March 18, 1840, at Pott Lii;e .In . Francis MolthoHand. ag+d 27, and George Scott, aged 30, committed March 26, 1840 - feloniously assaulting John Hunt and Jobn Barnes, with intent to commit felony, March 22, 1840, at Adel-He. Thomas Flannery, aged 32 committed March 26, 1840-stealing from the pera n of Ajam, a Lascar, £2 and 26 rupees, March 22. 1840, at Adelaide. Hohert Brewer, aged 31, and James Wil...

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Launceston Corn Markets, June 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

Launceston Corn Markets, June 5th. The contract for the supply of bread to Govern, ment in rbis town has been laken at is 6d «he four-pou od loaf. Wheat has been «old to-day at 17s per bushel, which may be regarded as the market price. UNION STEAM MIIXS.-Wheat 15s to 16s, oats 5s 6d to 6s. pollard Ss 64. bran Is 9d per bushel; flour, first quality, £50, second £48» ration £40, per 20001bs.

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Hobart Town Markets, June 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

Hobart Town Markets, Jvne 5th. i Wheat still continues at the price quoted last \ ! veek, 16s per bushel, at which ^notation some ! considerable quantity has exchanged hands. Tho, trices quoted ia our weekly returns are 15s, 15*6(1 and 16s, the variation being occasioned, as tar as ve can perceive, by the quality of the diffdrent simples, and not by any present tendency of the narket to * look down/ although there are not a . hw who insist apon it that such is, or very shortly viii be, the case. The millers present price for flour is, fine X60, ? second £48, third £45 per too ; the copious and seasonable supply of water has not theiefore *~ rtduced the price of this article, as we had fondly anticipated that it might; from which' we 'guess* hit the millers, at all events, are iockoel to * look up* in their markets. Barley, English, Hs; Cape, 83 per bushel. Oats, 6s 6d to 8s per bushel. Potatoes, £7 to £9 per ton. ¡ Cabbages, 2s 61. per dozen. « * .Carrots, ls 6d per dozen bunches. P...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale. London, per hhd...^8 O Otp£ 9 O O Ashby, per bri.8 IO O.. 9 0 0 Danbar, per doz .... Ó 16 0.. 0 17 0 Colonial, per bbd....5 ©4»., Arrowroot per lb.0 2 0 .« Beef, fiesh, per lb.O O 9 . . Brandy per eal. in bond ..O 12 0 .. Bran per 100 lbs.0 16 0.. 18 0 Batter, fresh, per J b.0 3 0.. 3 0 salt, per do ......O 2 0.» Cape, bv tbe firkin 0 1 6 .. 0 I Bread, per 41b loaf.0 2 0 .. 0 2 9 Candles, «aa, per lb ....0 3 6 English moulds . .0 1 2 . « spermaceti.0 3 6.« Burford's dips .. .0 0 8 .« Cedar, per foot, in log....O O 6 . . inch boards ......0 0 6,« Coffee, per lb.».0 10.016 Cheese. English.pe< lb....0 2 0 .. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 I 6.. 0 110 Cigars, Mai t is, per 1000 3 0 0 6 0 0 Cbunsura,per do..l 0 O .. 2 O 0 Carrante per lb.0 1 4 .. O Cord-ge per cwt.4 10 0.. 5 0 0 Canvass per bolt.3 10 0.. Deals per toot.«..0 I 0 .. 0 1 2 Floor per ton.SS O 0 .. 60 0 O seconds per do ...40 0 0 .. Ä0 0 0 Gin per gal. in bond ....0 5 0 .. 0 7 0 Geneva p...

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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1840. THE FLAG STAFF.—COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

'j: .. -.-. ? -? 1 . 1 'j- -j- ' ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, 3VÎT IO, 1840. THE FLAG STAFF.-COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF ADELAIDE. WE have, on more occasions than ore, been requested to notice the very inefi cient mode of signalizing vessels ari sing at this port. At present, whena vessel heaves in sight, no intelligence is obtained in Town as to her name unit she comes into port-an omission wbidi is attended with very serious inconv* nience to the coniignees of vessels, ard to the merchants in general-inasmuch as when a vessel arrives, much anxiey is felt, and much valuable time is lott, before it can be ascertained what sie she really is--both of which might le easily avoided by the adoption of a dif ferent plan. We intend not by these remarks, to reflect upon the manner fr which, the Signal-master at ther Bay performs his duties, believing, as we do, that he is both anxious to obtain, and desirous to impart, whatever informa tion of this kind may be valuable with all possible despatch. We are,...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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FRENCH CONVICT SETTLEMENT AT NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

FRENCH CONVICT SETTLEMENT AT NEW ZEALAND. WE learn from the South Australian Record, that a company has been formed at Havre, for the purpose of colonizing New Zealand. The company has ob tained from the French government a a sum of money ito enable them to cany out the project, on. condition of a fifth part of the land acquired by the cession of the native chiefs, being reserved as .a penal settlement. One ship belonging to the1 company is said to have sailed already, and others are presently to follow. Their destination is Bank's Peninsula, in the South Island, where it is alleged, that a Captain Langlois, one of the company, owns at present a large tract of land. The British government are said to have been for some time past aware of this fact, but have taken no steps to counteract the evil consequences which will be likely to ensue. We agree with the Record in stating, that the establishment of such a settlement in New Zealand will be " a national misfortune and a national disg...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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DEPARTURE OF VESSELS FROM PORT ADELAIDE. From January to June inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

DEPARTURE OF VESSELS FROM PORT ADELAIDE. I From January to 5une inclusive. Date. 12 16 17 22 24 26 27 29 31 .Feb.2 7 12 17 18 Mar.l 2 4 5 ,7 8 16 17 18 . r23 25 2G 28 -29 Apl3 5 7 J6 7 12 19 £0 21 23 24 26 29 26 29 Maj I 2 6 .7 8 13 19 20 24 31 June4 .7 8 1J 16 Same. Jan. 6 (John Piiie 7 I Hero Waterwitch Marj Ann 9 [Dorset ¡Singapore [Hero Elizabeth Porter [Adelaide Lowestoft Parked [Christina Delbi D.Mortbtttnbld. Munford Victoria Challenger Moffatt Wm. Barras (Alice Near Zealander '»ia |Caroline Melrose jClejejjind [Justina |Mit<erra Rapid Janies Holmes Lively [Hero Victoria I Raj asl ban Water Witch Abeona I Java Indus ¡St. Vincent Ü ranken Moor Hamilton Marj Ann Minerva (City ofAdelaide Porter Victoria rrogaoisi [India M arv Ann Tomatîn Planter M«i ry Ann [Seppings Mary" Ridgway Victoria Caledonia [Porter Water Witch Augustus |K. S ."Forbes Elizabeth Hero Guiana A gt-nona Pyscbe EiizabetkLloyd .fohn Brazil Packet Bab-io |Waier Witch Challenger Eamoat Orissa John, fid...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

To the Editor a/ thé Southern Auttralian* Sm,-Can you or any of jonr readers inform , ihe writer,: whether there ar* any pensons nf ihe Moravia, bei ie ff and forra of worship, ia Adelaide, and if so whether they have a piaca nf meeting, f An answer tn this note would much o1ilt«e a. I' stranger and CONSTANT READER, y .£We believe lhere are¡.a- few 'individuals ia Adelaide, belonging io the Mñrávíjn body, but we are not avrare ûiey liavé any place of worship,-Eo.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

Sales *£ public &uttíoii. Immense lot of Earthenware, China, and other Merchandize, at the great Rooms, King William Street. TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Bentham «fe Co. On MONDAY, J al J l3, at their Rooms, King William-street, at twelve o'clock precisely, SUPERB blue dinner sets 10 ditto brown ditto 4 ditto cottage ditto 12 elegant china lea sets 12 ditto breakfast ditto 30 neat earthenware ditto 17 new chamber sets 43 cwt. of various sized nails 70 bags of prime sugar Large quantity of netting Seveial pack and other saddles 200 bags good potatoes 130 bags Brown's River 12 chests prime tea 4| casks Spanish wine 30 doz. Madeira in oases 20 two-out deais (13 feet) 20 three-cat ditto (ditto) 2,000 feet- Ne« Zealand pine G.000 feet sawn Timber. *, And varióos other articles. TO BK SOLS BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham and Co. On MONDAY, July 13, at their Stock Yard, King William-street, after the sa'e of Mer chandize, AGOOD HORSE and DRAY. The Horse is weil adapted either for ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

I I LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. OUR English papers place us .exactly a month iu advance of any news as yet received in the colony,-being up tu April the6th-the vessel which brought them having performed the voyage tn ninety-oneniays. lu our present num ber, we have no room for extracts, but shall content ourselves with a digest of the most important matters they contain. HER MAJESTY, the Queen, is said to be in a most interesting situation. On more than one occasion of late, she has been too unwell to see her distin guished friends. It is said to be proba ble that an heit apparent to the British Throue will be presented to her Majes ty's loving subjects about the end of November next. This will grove, a damper to the hopes of bis Hanoverian -Majesty. 5 The King of Hanover fias refused the Duchess of Kent die apartments iu St. James'Palace, assigned to him as a member of the Royal Family, having his domicile in this country, but which be can no longer require as the sove reisn of a foreign ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

VARIETIES. I MAXIMS OF BISHOP MIDDLETON.-Persevere against discouragement. Keep your temper. Employ leisure in study, and always have some work on hand. Be punctual and methodical in business, and never procrastinate- Never be in 0 harry. Pxespf»* self-possession, «od do not be lalkfdoutof a conviction. Rise early, and be 1 an économat of time. Maintain dignity, witlioat »he appearance bf pride 4 manner is something with ever* body, and everything with some. Be j guarded in discnrse ; attentive, and slow lo speak. I Never ace uiesce in immoral or p. rnmious opinions. Be not forward to assign r< asons to those who nave no right to-a-k. Think nothing in conduct unimportant or indifferent. Rather set than follow exampl a. Practice strict temperance ; and in all your transactions, remember the final account. How TO KEEP A BIRTH-©AV.-There ts a man down South who celebrates his birth-day by paving for all bis newspaper.-American paper. £A very good plan ; we wish some of our c...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

BIRTH—On Tuesday, July 7th, Mrs. Edward Andrews, of a son.   MARRIED—On Tuesday morning, July 7th, 1840, by the Rev Chas. B. Howard, Colonial Chaplain, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, George, son of the Rev. Josh. Mayo, Rector of Ogle- worth, Gloucestershire, and nephew of Sir George Smith Gibbes, M.D., late of Bath, to   Maria, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Gandy, of Twyford, Hampshire. MARRIED—On Thursday last, by the Rev. C.   B. Howard, M.A., Colonial Chaplain, GEORGE   MILNER STEPHEN, youngest Son of the late Judge Stephen, to MARY, youngest daugh- ter of CAPTAIN HINDMARSH, R.N., K.H., late Governor of South Australia.  

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EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN 1839, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN 1839, i             WE are enabled to place before our readers the following return of the number of emigrants who have   proceeded to South Australia during year l839. The number of free emi grants ín the year has been, 1,268 males, and 1,312 females; the number of labouring emigrants, paying their own passage, has been, 157 males. 61 females ; the number of childern has been, 944 males, and 818 females.   There have gone to the Colony, therefore 2,798 adults 1762 children,- forming a total of 4,590 emigrants.-South Aus tralian Record. IMPORTS OP WOOL INTO ENGLAND.-The quantity of Wool on which the Home con sumption duties have been paid in London, Liverpool, Bristol, and Hull, during the present year, previeras to the week ending the 24th February, is as fr Hows :-Spanish, London, 434,494lbs: Australian, London, l,073,532lbs; other s >r ts, Lo...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

Shipping Report ARRIVED.   JULY 7.-The ship Fairlie, 755 tons, E Garrat, R.N., from London, April 8, with a general cargo, 9 cabin passengers, and 266 emigrants. JULY 7.-The ship Culdee, 387 tons, Campbell, from Greenock February 17, with a general cargo. Passengers-Dr Studdart, C. Hunter, W. Guterb, J. M'Raddie, D. M'Pherson, W. Taylor. J. Jomball, Jahn Brown, £. Marlen. W. Hutcott, and J. F. M'Call, Esq rs.; Mr and Mrs R. H irria, Mr and Mr» T. Harris, Mr. Richardson,-and a number in Ute steerage. JULY 7.-The barque William Nichol, - tons, E der, from Dublin March 31, with General cargo   and 184 emigrants. JuLY 8 -The brig Net» Holland, 250 tons, Bussell, frost London, with general cargo.-Pai ticolars in oar next. SAILED. JOLY 7-Tue brig Dorset, 81 tons, Mania, for Sydney, in ballast. JuLY 7.^*The schooner Jofcn Pirn?, 106 tons. Ray, far Kangaroo Island, in ballast. JULY 7.-The brig Thirteen, 297 tons, Ma ki*, j for Pert PbaJip and Sydney, wah part of im...

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STATE OF RELIGION AND EDUCATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the South Australian Record, Feb. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

STATE OF RELIGION AND EDUCATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES.   (From the South Australian Record, Feb. 29.) IN the last number of this journal, we published an article on the morality of the free settlers in the penal colonies, and we there alluded to the general indignation excited, both in Sydney and Van Diemen's Land, by the report of the com-   mittee of the House of Commons and the corres- ponding observations of the Metropolitan press.       In the parliamentary report it is stated, "that the two main characteristics of transportation, as a punishment, are inefficiency in deterring from crime, and remarkable efficiency in not reforming, but in still further corrupting those who undergo the punishment ; that these qualities of inefficiency for good and efficiency for evil are inherent in the system, which, therefore, is not susceptible of any satisfactory improvement ; and lastly, that there belongs to the system, extrinsi...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SID E. TCESDAY, 3VI.Y 7. ^ In this Co&rt, his Honor, Jadge Coober, took hi- seat on theflench, about ll o'clock, at which time the following gentlemen were sworn in as Grand Jurors :-George Steven son, Esq., Foreman ; David Mc taren, Esq , J P.; John Burton liack, E<q ; John Mor phett, Esq., J.J?. ; John Hallett, Esq., J. Xismoiid Gilles, Esq., ^John Russell, Esq-, Johd Newman. î£sq., John ~ Brown Esq., John Knott Esq » George S. Kingston, Esq., Kenry Nixon, Esq , William Peacock, Esq:, and Robert Cragie, Esq. The Grand Jury having been sworn in, his Honor, the J iid?e, proceeded to address them in nearly the following terms . Gentlemen of the Grand Jury-At the last General Sessions, the grand jury made a representation to me as to the unsafe and un satisfactory state of the jail. I immediately made His Excellency acquainted with that representation, and received from him the simple reply, that the memorial shonld receive his earliest atten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 10 July 1840

THEfnlloviaff^retWletWsof the** SOUTHERN *- AUSTRAT^AN, »«Sieb ia published every Tae*dajr and Friday morang, atti» Office, corner PUCK OF TH« PAPKa-~^~ per nantie*, or Sí, per fuman paid in advance,-. SaaserlberstoEvetfceir pa <per? sent to them if t)?ey desire it. y Aava«-ñ)i|ucK>iTa.---6iÍne«añdan4er{eaclíltwer ' i] i«-«d { «t»¿á» 6Uaé8v Sd. perMÄp^Adrer »Ucanaot^jFecelf ed later ltaia *#V«ock on iySmd Tbanday \ am*26rás¡n *o> diseootiime AttaerUsentents a|n^a||:^l%ieHed,M^^t.aeatto *be offirelMfare airlock on tte SatnetoyjjWr Wed nesday prior ttartrexe êa&jg pabiicatScfMiwr they cannot hu attesViad to. ' ' ~\ j ''' AU subscriptions «nd A^ver^énifeirts mast pé\ ¿Unid for la advance. } ?* 1 Notice to Consignees. ,TH£ Ship F AIR LIP, Captain Ed-^ _'_ ward Gunett, "has arrived in £Boldtasi-Bay ¿from Loudon,! and will there commence discharging immediately, Con« signées are therefore requested forthwith to j *makearmnge meats for receiving their goods. : JOHN...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 14 July 1840

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. Ale, London, per hhJ....£8 0 Oto£ 9 O O Ashby, pei bri.8 IO 0 .. 9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz ....U" 16 0 .. 0 7 0 Colonial, per bbd... .5 0 0 .. Arrowroot per lb... 0 2 0.« Beef, fresh, per lb,.0 0 9 .. Brandy per gal. in bond ..0 12 0 Bran per 100 tbs.0 16 0 .. 18 0 Batter, fresh, per lb..0 3 0 .. 3 6 salt, per do ... . ..0 2 0.. Cape, by the firkin 0 1 6 .. 0 Ol Brea J, per 41b loaf.0 2 0 .. 0 2 0 Candles, wax, per lb ....0 3 6 .. English moulds ..0 I 2 .. spermaceti ......0 3 6.. liurford's dips .. .0 0 8 '.. Cedar, per foot, in log... .0 0 6 .. inch boards.0 0 6 Coffee, per lb.0 10.016 Cheese, Engiisb. pei lb....0 2 0.. 0 2 6 Colonial, per ditto .0 1 6.. 0 1 lil Cigar*. Mani la, per 1000 3 0 0 .. 6 0 O Chunsura, per do.. I 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Curran is per lb .........0 1 4.. 0 Cordage per cwt.4 IO 0 .. 5 0 0 Canvass per bolt.3 10 0 .. Deals per foot.0 ! 0 .. 0 I 2 Flour per lon.55 0 0 .. 60 0 o seconds per do ...4) 0 G .. 50 0 O Gin per gai. iu bund _0 5 0.. 0 7 0 t...

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