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SECOND EDITION. RGISTER OFFICE, SATURDAY, 11 o'clock a.m. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 8 May 1841
SECOND EDITION. RGISTER OFFICE, SATURDAY, 11 o'clock a.m. We have this moment been [?] with a copy of His Excellency's reply to the [?] yesterday, which we proceed without lose of the time to lay before our readers. Tb? Gottrnor spoke w follows :— Qummm**— Tfce state* wMeh jMtew JaM praamcd 10 «• i* tefyatfitfaclory. Ito??tlfM hkM ktM *«••?, aad kPMi« M II d«M th« MM! «f UN «IC« IMM «T UWKt bmMMc (oMn, 11 motet lha very mp* mrm^H •kick ■!«* hate keen attached u> the tenner thereto tettoa ihM wa&lt; canted wMka* Amln alto k*e^ War •hip the Mayor kad left (be chair—a awariaf wWeh I bcllcw. iothcco«f«l&lt;*&lt;>f the awaw«,«at M^Xu^,!^rtilS^?MSl kteaalfcZHMMMf, ■■« of actcMlt; ka?e ttowd aw la Ikt Halt •? •"■■••■* taw ?lt?a?Hj auited wi kyiktOi—lutaatw' *••••* Wh? «ac kMriilTikM «tty matoUaa, kmm. m ~ M«l VhaMrlliaMe kM fjwei. I «t*Wte asm. I Otak it bigty AniraMe that Ikt CMa^ *«M^M ka aaMetalMlgi^lwiakli*—*. Miywti*** CaM* akaaM akriak IrM Hi *ad «**?**•...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 8 May 1841
FOR PORT PHILLIP AND MANILLA. J-JECJl 1-ME nne fast auiling torque BfraflX ED IN A. 470 tons register. Thos. lffijJKM^.^KiNNF.B, commander, will sail VgBgUBMir' for die above ports in »bwrt **' 4flM—Ms9 doys. This vessel wilMinve ac cowmodation for steerage passengers, and a few in the cabin. For freight or passage, apply to the captain on board, or to MURBAV, CBEIG. & CO. Hindley-street, April 10, IS4I. ? THE A I torque FREDERICK _Jfc_t\ HUTU. 289 tons register, Ja. J__r*__^ cob Toby commander, will mil Jb^^^BP' for the above port in a few dsys. JBK For fr«'8bt or PMI|Se «PP'y #o tbe«*Pt»in, onboard, or to * JOHN 8NOOKE, Agent 4th May. 1841. ? FOB SVDNEY DIRECT. _ja-« THE A I brig CAROUSE, 180 A»_. torn register, Richard Coombet, jBKF commander, wiil sail foe the above QH^HfcL. port in ? few day*. -*4BBV ror freight or passage apply to rjfotptwn, on board, or to r JOHN 8NOOKB, Agent. 4th May, 1841. ? FOR IAUNCESTON DIRECT, WiO ami on Sunday next, the ttf« tMMaf, A^f^e THE f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 8 May 1841
SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY I. NONMUS, On Monday, May 10th, at his rooms, Hindley- &nbsp; street, at twelve o'clock— 1 TON OF SEED POTATOES 200 bushels of bran 60 bushels of maize 60 ditto of colonial oats 4 tons of maize flour 1 ditto first flour 1 ditto seconds ditto 2 ditto of salt 36 dozen of Taylor's London stout Splendid dinner services *0 [chali] dresses 30 kegs of paint Hams 5 dozen jars of jellies 1 hogshead of black oil Cantoon and tweed coate*s Ditto vests 1 bag of pepper 2½ tons of sugar And a variety of uncleared lots and other merchandise. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY I. NONMUS, On the premises, Rundle-street, on Wednesday next, at 12 o'clock, by order of the trustees— THE entire stock of trade of J.P. Campbell, &nbsp; consisting of Sugar Rice Salt Bottles of fruit Ditto salad oil Ditto pickles Ditto sauces Wheelbarrow Stone blue Starch Candles 3 casks flour Scales and weights Shop lamps Cases of pipes Kegs of raisins Canniste...
SPECIALS SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 8 May 1841
SPECIALS SURVEYS. The following intimation, received by the [?], was only yesterday officially made public by Colonel Gawler:— In c[?] with instructions received from the Co- lonization Commissioners, dated 23rd November and the December, 1840, the Resident Commissioner gives notice &nbsp; that— Umll furtiicr ?d?orti?praeol, no more Tender- fur tbc purchase of Special Surveys can be accepted. And that— S|>cei-.l Suricyt already purchased, but not «■•' cted and appropriated, cannot, until further notice, li" - ' led or appropriated, wilef* laid out in strict . •'-•■ ki Ibe letter of tbc regulation* under which tbejr were rcc pe«i?cljr purchase I. The teraw '&lt; compact block of land," in the mid ie luUliont, bring takvn to mean an atea bounded by Hues at nearly equidistant from a eonwoncentre at the natural features of the country will permit. A meetinfr of the bolder* of Special Surveys will, we believe, be immediately oiled, to take into consideration the above ...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. May 1[?], 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. May 1[?], 1841. a— TTTSn A4t«A*(wnl J ft 0 ?ioi Burton, diao « 10 &lt;j Du.tb?rS v dogen 015 0 1 t n Elli«Ht 4 Co.'«, per barrel 0 0 0 Ho*r? ft Co.'t, ditto ....6 0 0 TruaMn,Hwburr > 6Co.'«,diUo.. 6 0 o • to a Barley* Bngllth, V buihel 0 ft 0 o « 2 Diuo, Colonial,ditto. ..0 ft 0 0 6 a B«f,«alt.Vr«tk C 0 0 Ditto, frub, 9tk 0 0 7 0 0a Bter, Colonial, Vfaud • 0 0 4 10 « ?md,*2o? 0 • 6 •frail, V Mb. loaf 0 1 ? Bauer, lrlib, ♦ ? 0 I t 0 1 ? Ditto, Colonial, diuo 0 I « 0 ? 4 Cam?i-«i— BngUtb.wat.Vft 0 ■ ft 0 • 0 Ditto, •peraacetti, ditto 0 ■ • 0 • 4 Colon!*!, noulda, ditto 0 0 0 0 10 Burfotd'?dl|?, ditto. O 0 It Canra?.Vbolt 110 0 Cid.r. Inlng, ♦foot 0 0 4 Ditto, ineii board*, ditto 0 0 ft. 0 0 7 Cherae. Rwtil«l>,?ft. 0 1? Diuo. Colonial, ditto . . 0 | 0 CigarsM«nllla(Jul?ond),&lt;r?hoo?m?dl 10 0 «10 0 Ditto, Chlmurab,diuo ditto.... I 10 0 10 4 Ditto, Harauuab, ditto ditto.... ♦10 O 0 p o Coffee. ?? 0 1 • 0 I • Corda«*,?c?t ..4 0 0 4 0 6 Curra...
THE SOUTH AUSTRIALIAN REGISTER. ADELADE: SATURDAY, May 15, 1841. ARRIVAL OF GOVERNOR GREY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
THE SOUTH AUSTRIALIAN REGISTER. ADELADE: SATURDAY, May 15, 1841. ARRIVAL OF GOVERNOR GREY. On Thursday afternoon, Captain Grey, the new Governor and Resident Commmissioner of south Australia, arrived at Port Adelaide accompanied by his lady and family. His I'.scclicncv J.,n&lt;!e-1 privately ?&lt;n Timrs- Jay, and |.w*wo«lf •'. l&lt;i G^v«'rnnictBt Motive. This thy. Nt twelve r>V';ic-k, Cap?iin Grry will take ilw oatl«« of «&lt;Sce pulilirlj, in frffnt of fJovcraaK-nt H-.-nw. The oflirrrs of llic Govrrni.tent and the roloni&lt;t^ gcornWr, are officially rcq«!r^e&lt;l tn b&lt;* pr«rr* np~* t?;e ottrision.
THE "UNCEREMONYOUS RECAL OF COLONLEL GAWLER." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
THE "UNCEREMONYOUS RECAL OF COLONLEL GAWLER." Moon blame has been attempted to be fastened on Lord John Russell, because no official com-&lt;*> munication has been made to Colonel Gawler of his being relieved from the duties of the Government of South Australia. It is cer tainly true that the first official intimation wltieli tint gentleman rwriwd of ilio event «rag the nrrival of Captain Grey to supersede him; hut it is equally true that the despatch from (lie Colonial Office to Colonel Gawler, intimating the resolution adopted towards him has cither been lost or miscarried. Those «ho know Lord John Russell's habits of business will hesitate, to believe Ilial lie could, under any circumstances, be guilty cither of official or private incivility. An offitial despatch, we understand, was received Uy the Siam, and has been since lying at the Post-office, addressed to liis Excellency John Ilutt, Esq. Governor of Smith Australia! May not an error have been committed hy a Cler...
[?]ESS TO AND SUBSCRIPTION OR COLONEL GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
[?]ESS TO AND SUBSCRIPTION OR COLONEL GAWLER. Meeting held yesterday of the friends of Colonel Gawler, it was resolved that a pub-&lt;*> lic meeting should be called for Monday next, for the purpose of addressing his Excellency on Uii leaving the province. It was at the ?amc time resolved to raise a subscription of £1000 to be p-os«nted to liss Excellency. We have not a worJ to object to cither of these propositions, although we rather suspect Colonel Gawler is by this time sufficiently $>ick both of addresses and protests. The intention to present him wilh a liand**?me sum of money, however unusual in such cases, is by far the mest sensible mode of den*&lt;mstrating esteem. Whatever extravagance Colonel Gawler may have piotnoted in his Government or encoura> ged in others, lie has in no case derived the slijriitest private benefit or advantage. In that respect his hands are clean ; and to this fact we bear our willing testimony.
GOVERNOR GAWLER'S EXPENDITURE. —LAST QUARTER'S REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
GOVERNOR GAWLER'S EXPENDITURE. —LAST QUARTER'S REVENUE. Os Tlmrsday last. Colonel Oswler laid before the Council an abstract of the receipts and expenditure for the first quarter of the present year. Tiie following are the items :— RECEIPTS for Hit Quarter ending 31«f March, 1841. IJKVF.NKK— C- • ''■■ t. ?. d. CHHtimif .. ~ 5,624 IS H postafC .. .. «(1 4 O Viiu* ?n&lt;] Fees .. .'•3 l N !i l,lcenrc? .. .. 1,?74 fl 0 l*ermll* .. .. ? 7 C Total Revenue .. 8,195 IS II Transferred from Land Fund 2.390 0 0 I?ill? «n Commlsulonrrs .. IC?T* 19 & Btoren fold .. .. 132 I!' 1 raid for Itallastin? Shi,n .. ICO 0 0 MisctUuicous .. .. 112 « . 19.105 II 0 Total Receipt* fur the Quarter .. 27,301 f. II lliilanci'from lust quarter .. 2,003 U :• Total for service of the Qu?«« 1?,3«'. 1 4 EXPKKMTUnE of the Colonial Government for the Quarter ending 31*1 March, IX4I. CIVIL- C- ?• «l. 1. s. d. Covcrnor and ICxtablislimcnt 32!) 0 o~| Colonial SecnUir.v's DepaHmt 22A 19 2 IX'lwrinicntKof ...
THE VILLE DE BORDEAUX. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
THE VILLE DE BORDEAUX. We informed our readers a few weeks ago, that the crew of the Ville He Bordeaux had been turned cut of the ship by order of the Col-&lt;*> lector of Customs; that the cabin of Captain Sj mer, the agent or the owner, had been entered io In abtence, and the private property it «?? tained hid been removed, and that, in short, various other piratical acts bad been commuted under the immediate direction of the Port otithorilies, and without any interference front the Government, whose duty it was to protect —•not to plunder—the vessel of a friendly power ia a friendly liarbour. Since that period, the same system hag been continued. On Thursday last, Mr Torren? took the hold step ot telling about Jifty tout of paddy he had taken out oft'ie vessel! We say plainly, thai, to have permitted silently the impolitic and unjustifiable conduct of this functionary throughout the whole affair of this French vessel, is a disgrace and a shame to Colonel Giwler'a ginum...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The arrival of captain Grey and the [?] changes [?] [?] mntt of Ike Cmtmu mnt Part if/lire. It ttpnMkk f.W the •fiem iff alt the 4ffartmrnti trill be mpiirtfmore fmntinMn ikon kerttof.ire t? atien4 t&lt;t «*•*> 4ttri*g t?(itK«t hmin ml Intl. HV eaumt rw.«mf to t.rgin a rotttrmrrty r? trliirk Ur tmbUcat«m -ItU liter of rhUaletbes umhlA &lt;-tltti,,t v
LOSS OF THE BRIG RAPID. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
LOSS OF THE BRIG RAPID. We are sorry to announce the loss of this fine [?], on her voyage from Sydney to China. She' left Sydney on the 24th of December last, bound for China, with ,a crew of thirteen per sons 10(1 one |?.is?i>n^«.T, Mr !taw«&lt;n. She made Norfolk Inland on tlie Srd of January ; liavinsr commnnieited nidi the fhorehy stpnal, for two or three binir«, n>?p hove ?on, and pro ceeded on her cnnr«e. For eipht «!.ijr after leaving Norfolk I'htnd pho experienced con trary wind* and calm«. Captain Devlin, find ing there wos ni,t FiifnVieiit water to la?t to Gimm, r*«olred foMsitthc island of Rotum.ih, tw get the rri|uisi«i? supply, mil aeeoidingly ?h*prd thfi vps^el's r«urse. On the lath .tanitur. Hi noon, in S. lat. 22? 4S\ K. inn. 171 c 4O',?he Man.J of Rntn mnh Imic 14? C, diotant C 8 tnilrs; a roof lai.l Ha*n in the charts, in Slat. 21 ? 56% X lon. 17.. ? 26*. at noun, bore N.K. i N., diatanrefl-iinite*. Hie Rapid nfeirpil N. l?v W. to keep well to I lie w...
THE MARRIAGE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
THE MARRIAGE ACT. The delay that has taken place in this and all other enactments, however injurious to the community it may have been, we cannot, after all, but regard as fortunate. The wretched bungling which has been the prominent fea ture of the legitlttire achievements of Colonel Gawler's administration, could not, under any circumstance*, have been much longer tolerated, anil is altogether incompatible with the neir order of things. Among the numerous laws which wilt be pressed on the attention of Governor Grey, none is more important to the peace of families, or to the genuine principles ot civil and religious liberty, than that affecting the solemnization of marriage. We trust soon to have the satiafaetion of announcing the intro> duetion of a measure based on the older lair of England and the modem law of Scotland, where that ceremony Is legally considered a eiril contract only, and where religious forms are optional with the parties interested. Where there is n? dominan...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMISSION. The financial difficulties of South Australia having caused a cessation of the sales of land, and consequently of emigration to that. colony, the Commissioners have determined to reduce tba hnm« establishment; and we regret to learn that Major fount, who, aa moot of the 6outb Australian public are aware, has super* intended the Land Department with ao much zeal during the fat three yem, together with three of the clerks, have received notice that their services will be dispensed with at the etpiration of the prevent quarter.—/fawrrf.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Tuesday, May 10.-The barque Lord Glenelg, 368 tons, Capt. Orr, from London, having left on the 3rd Jan. with passengers and cargo of general merchandise. Pas- sengers - His Excellency Captain Grey and lady ; Mr Ellis (brother to Mr Ellis, of Port Gawler); and Mr &nbsp; Henry Johnson, late of East terrace, Adelaide. Wednesday, May 11.-The brig Dorset, 81 tons, Capt. A. Sprout, from Sydney, having left on the 25th ult., with 20 tons coals and sundries. Passengers :—Messrs Ashton, Shaw, and Henry. Same day.-— The brig Henry Hoyle, from Liverpool, linving lcf( on tlic 14th &lt;if January, with a cargo of merchandise. This morning.- The ship Dumfrief, ♦«! tons, Capt. Thompson, from Singapore, nitb a cargo of merchandise KAII.F.P. Thursday. —Tlic sclinnnsr (ha'lengrr, Capt. Roboition fur Portland Bay nnri l.aunccstoii. Saute day. —Tlic schooner Jnfm Pirir, for llic Fislieriet. WEEKLY RKPOKT OF VESSELS IN THE lIARHOUR. AI.EXANDRINA (brig), IT...
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY.-No. 1[?]. ENTOMOLOGY, NO. XI.— DIPTERA CONTUNUED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY.-No. 1[?]. ENTOMOLOGY, NO. XI.— DIPTERA CONTUNUED. The [?] family, containing those fear-&lt;*> ful plagues of the herds of cattle of most was [?] and temperate regions of the earth, have [?] as far as can be known, at all Made Their appearance la iMir wH.tlierti bud, aii-i it i* much to to hoped that *r An\ fiwavs Jn? tr** from these torim>uliiijF insects, ulmii in?|>j?rt oti their appe?r*««ec >mh i^i-.,-11 all u'^.;?;' aiunuls. 11m tribe of e?i rl>«-« lia« *-i?«>i U rl>v rime |M?wrrs and |in>|t«iciiich as «lie tNiJtoiJat. liut in a ttiueh Kreat«v il«-!?,tf. fr-?ni llii-ir e«i l>crittr sit«.*. It is n&lt;it unit-sMuiaiilt- m «;ip|w*M l!ut Mitn* i-jiwic-a «f llii* •rri.4r-s?(i(.uitr fly. w (•^lu]is ?-«li&lt;-r fif the U^MnJa-, f-ri,,^! *L\ i.piou ul? «W?ii* that iv Sciiptural Uneti'^' c.-;«(vii tutu the bird of swin&lt;-. It ii. Dot b«r« ihf |?U&lt;v t«? ??tf«i|>! any «!l>r]«.i...
AGRICULTURAL CHEMESTRY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
AGRICULTURAL CHEMESTRY. At the [?] meetings in January, Professor [?] delivered a very able lecture On the above subject of which we take the following passage from the [?] l??tr .— l.a it-tnu-'i tv th* imjxirta?H* of •t!ii&lt;-u!«ute. it fly kt>|xr«r Mlmduirto l«* lim* ••• ?&lt;l«i««-i>« >«.! T«i«l ?O. tn Mi.un" tL>?m aliil •iniii«M4S «4 nnit «•&lt;: &lt;HiM^u;c«T tur ikrir *e*J ♦«*••*•«««•€•— im Ui« >l«i«&lt;.ui.v!i&lt;.l' «i.iwL 111.:.. («■.;!■• k' tiie Llii ia- I vita.l uf nil i-iviiired iiutiuiiH i« embaiktd, bud on I wliicb piolmliiy i«o iiu&lt;idieil million* of Mini e\ i pcttA lutir omiy loll—tuut «irt lliuK conleneiiU \i« the. lilu«t illi,.iiliniit &lt;i tell, rtt part-lit and precuisoi of hit oilier urli) Oil thenf Is, Ujcii. and ul e?ery period, l)u* iiivt;!-il£ntioii ol itie prii>fipic-? on wliicli the loiluiidl practice of (lie hit is foimued, outfit lv b?ve coinmaurU d (he |> iiii'ijii...
LATEST FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
LATEST FROM CHINA. [?] the Orwell, arrived at Sydney, we learn, that the 6th January Was the last [?] granted to the Chinese for complying with the demands of the English, Marine failed to [?] proceeding j t'oiiiinpiiceri. The |iH|iei? slate : Un Thursday i inornine, tbe bieamem AVmriis, Enterprise, and [ Madiujascar, t&lt;mk the Hoops ou liuai&lt;i. ronsiktinu jAt ii!i.,nt 7uU notne infdiitry (the M iiitu* 37th ; Mi>&lt;! IU-iixai vii!unleefk)«ii(l about -Ol? Kuro|ieaiip>, |ul tiie invHlitio l.itoly ifiurtittl fruni Miiiilia in tiie Jiiuaad and I>rfiance, «"&lt;) tlie.-e, with about I &lt;i'?J iiihi ines, In ml about Idtttl men, under com* i maun uf Maiur Pratt, of H. M. s26(li, were landed —tiie niiiim-K in bunts from their icxpictivt! kl>ips, iii a U?y 'h low O; ni'i)|iee I'iirt, three inen> 01-wm, the CiillioiiC, Luiius, and Hyacinth, tnkiiiK n |? tiii'it inikitiiiii oppubite liie lower battery uf Cbucupru l'oit, and o|«nied...
PORTUGAL AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
PORTUGAL AND SPAIN. On the 2nd January her most faithful Majesty Queen Donna [?] opened in person the [?] nary [?] of the Corps. [?] dispute between [?] and her[?] «««!— *• It is piiH\l t«i ire tn Ihitm nnim"- •■«• '•• yvw t!?at t!'p t«ovpntmf>nt« f '•• I I's.n.ir ?'■■«• -iv ht*. in ri!Vnnrr t&lt;&lt; th&lt;-«|«i •■^t.n &lt;l i!i«- t:-!"ic-it'in of the f>&lt;m ««, pe&lt;-&lt;n?f&lt;( xi MtiJnl*' «*..•«•!• r-'. ?&lt;• wW«-!i i? nit m?t ri>««.ib'&lt;' l«:r «rr i&lt;> s«t?v!'>. i.r&lt;l whvh h?s j:^^•Fn -cnxin-l -en. t•&lt; t.*rt «,&lt; -« i«tci??tiii to lir^'k ?!•• i&lt;li-'-«&lt;« :ri! fic-i" i i:« whirli. t« thrif iwi'isl ad?a«t-tT. bxv tn^'-ten N-nrrrn the two ration' ( h?ve f&lt;&lt;'.i«i r^-s.-'t^ t'^rpforr, nMir tl-(> tt -«i&lt;y ff • -'fi-nj- *••••>? •n*B«Tr??s us rJTrnsv'taiKi"- Jw^ndc^. in i ?•!«•«. :«i an...
FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841
FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON. The remains of Napoleon reached [?], near Paris, on the 4th December. The follow-&lt;*> ing is the best account the ceremony which we have seen. It commences with the landing. The I'iitice do .Ininville pave orders fo lind ; wiion >«l! (he :'ssi*r«nt&lt;, procedcri l?y the tlerjry, wint on 'llori'. iiti'l fwiitr-four •«••?«•■••§ «;' the little Pnuk li-ivi«ij? r;iU&lt; &lt;t llie coffin on their n|i&lt;.iil&lt;J ers. follo\v&lt; d the procession. This w.is t lie lit!-f place where the remains touched «lie lYfiieh ground. Tl't-y were conveyed to tl'e Grert &lt;? tt-in. p'c ; ami after lying there in state for ? short time, vtliilc M. &lt;'nqiii'ri'nii nnd the other clergymen chanted prayers, ttto seamen apain took u;> ftieir pivcio'is load, Hiiri carried it to the triuinplial While waiting fur the departure of ?he. cortege in the Avenue do. Nenilly, r ntttrbcrnf v.-teran* of ' tin- Ol...