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AFFAIRS OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

AFFAIRS OF CAN ADA. i | ON Monday, March 23d, Lord John Russell introduced his measure with lespect lo OM** colonial possessions in North America. His Lordship ad dressed the House at great length, and concluded by submitting; a proposition for the uniou of the two provinces -r " It was intended," said h;s Lordship, '" tu rnip WM brr Majesty to instruct the Governor General to issue a proclamation declaring the u iou ofithe ProUtices-the exact period ot issuing* tbe period of the proclamation not to bedimed, but tobe within »ix Months from the passing ot the bill. It was most desirable that the existence of the special cancil ^în fjow<r Canada, should not be pr.don^ed ; tbe'Hbuse * f Assembly in &pper"Ca oida wmdd be at an end lbw yrar, and a fre-b election ought ta be avoided if possible ; bot, more than all, the inhabitants of both provinces were anxious to see a termination put to the vexatious strengte tn .« Moir l hey bid s» long been engaged. For these reaso...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

VARIETIES. j NEWSPAPER .PATRONAGE.-Solomon Smith, Esq», tbe proprietor of the Mobile Mercantile* Advertiser, has resentí* «old his paper to Messt«* L <ngdon and Harris.. In his valedictory,. he says some true things in an ajnusing style, as tho fol lowing extract will shew--*' Of all tradts, pro ¡ fessions, or calling I know of none-I hive fol ; lowed a great many-so poorlj paid as publishers , of newspapers. Many patrons of newspapers, : -Otherwise worthy ponctuai men, think it not un righteous to let the publisher wait year after year ; for his dues, and at last , if they are compelled to i pay, they do it with a very bad grace. " Mr. Typo must have his money, must be ? Well, if i he must he mast. Give me a receipt, and do yon ; hear ? stop the paper. I hare patroniezd the es tablishment six years ; there is no such thing as ; gratitude in the world." Another will tell you he never subscribed for the paper ; * the boy has left ; it every morning, it is true, and as it w...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

-. ---- ! VAÑ DI EM EN'S L^NTD. Our Van Diemen*s Landinapers, are np to June the I6lh. They contain no Knulish news beyond the 7th Jan , nor Sydney news beyond the 23rd of May. We confinei ourselvpc^ therefore, to the lo id intel iiier.ee, Br: ad was se'ling at Hobart-Town at fron? 1 7d to 8d the 2lb loaf. The, différence in j price appears to h*ve arisen from opposition among the baking fraternity. j A Bread and Flour Company is pro- ! jected at Hobart Town, the object of which is, to obviate the liich price of flour, as com oared with that of "heat, which was, kept up by the millers. ,.- | A large investment of capital had been j made, with a view of extending jthe benefits of Steam Navigation trom Itpjbart T«»wn to Port Phillip. The Company was said to be comprised of most of the leading commercial1 men and capitalists of both places. 1 THE SEASON.-We hear, from all parts,1 that the present^eason promise^jexcee-tingly well; for, although in many part.*, the rain hus not been abun...

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IMPORTANCE OF LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

IMPORTANCE. OF LIFE ASSURANCE. THE following article, which we copy from the Lancet, will, no doubt, be con sidered seasonable by many of our readers, as the Insurance Company of this Province has now ^oanjmenced its operations :- :¿fsíú Life Assurante ha» already established itselfas a faanh among ike weaiipj and int»U{g$at. portion of society, and most go on to cwt its tenet!sent iaöai nee npon the people at lame, with an efficacy strengthening a«d widening in a direct raiio t . the advance o' die community in diatkn wli dçe which HCCO ding to the opini n of Dr Joboson, «lie» hs .»avs, that men require tadiet to reminded than itdoraied of 'heir d<itie>, is so easy to acquire and so di'iica't to practis**. A popular writer in * Chambers" Journal, ft".-». 373,' has presented this stibjoct in a véríetv of interesting M gb ts, snd clearly s'n.wn ilia* ihefi^id o'exeitiun, ¡9 as jet h nt S'IJIUIV touch, d. I?e reckons thai only one family in sixty-two through .nr. Great B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

âaU* iii? Ilubltc auction. - Sheriff's Sale. The Trustees of the Sooth Austral ¡an Company, v. JOHN WALKER. TO BS SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION f On the premise» of Mr John Walker, THIS DAY, Friday. Joly 17tb, 1840. ALL THE STOCK-IN-TRADE, consisting of floor, provision«;, wines, ales, porter, fruits, pickles, glass, carte, tracks, a-»d various other articles. Farther partipulars in bills pos*ed. NEALES BENTHAM, Government Auctioneer, C. B. NEÏTEXHAM, Sheriff. Beautiful situations for Buildings, in lots of various value from £10 io £500. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by Bentham, and Co, ! THÍS DAY, Friday,-June 17, at their Rooms, ! KinuWilUaai-street, at twelve o'clock precisely, j fTHHE remaining Io's of the CENTENARY J. ESTATE, situated in the most delightful part of NORTH ADELAIDE, commanding views of tue HILL?, tbe GULF, and HAR BOUR. The lots will be put np according to the plan, wbicb can be seen at the Rooms any day previous to the sale. Terms of Payment-20 per ceat. on lite fall o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

Southern Australian ®mte. rpHEfollowing-areth«e iermsof the" SOUTHER^ AUSTRALIAN," which ts pablished every Tuesday and Friday morning, at the Office,corner Of Stephens-place, Rundle-street. PBICB OF THU PAPER--6d per nuinlier, or SA. per» annum paid in nd vance. Subscribers have their pa pers sent to them if they desire it. AovKRTisBKKtrçs.-6 lines and under [each inset-J tieu] Ss. ed ; above 6 lines, - 3d. per line«~Adver« f tisetnea ts cannot be received later than* o'clock oh J Monday and Thursday ; and orders to discontiaufea Advertisements already inserted, must be sent tb ] the office before 3 o'clock on the Saturday or Wed nesday prior to the next day of publication, or they j cannot toe attended to. ? Advertisements must have «ritten njRMi them j the number of times they are to be inserted, or ! they viii be continued until countermanded. 1 All Subscriptions and Advertisements must be] paid for in advance. Notice to Consignees. ?THE Ship FAIRLIE, Captain Ed-j 1 ward Garrett...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

;." IMPORTS. ÇA nco o'" the New Holland, from Landon:-O ;e cow 3 rams, 1 bo tr, 2. sows, IO fowls, ll phea sant*, 6 guinea f iwls, 23 libds, 7 barrel», 3 > . cases,. 10 casks, 19 bundles, m-rchandize-Mr« Wbitiavroo ; 6 cases 4 bales merchandize B. Gilpin ; 3 case» sundries-Colonel Gawler ; 8 bales 2 cas**s merchandize, 1 pair shafts, 2 wheels-Hallett and Duff; 20 casks 3 cases 14 bundles merchandize-A. il. Dar is; 16 bbds 9 quarti r cask« merchandize - J. fiance ; 4! tibia, beer, 10 hampers meichtndize-J. Morphett '; 500 deals. 61 baskets salt, 60 hhds. beer, iOcasks 6 cases 23 p<ickaees merchandize -Hack, Watson, & Co. ; IO case? merchan- " dize-W. J. Brown; 1 box I Had. 1 cask ditto-W. Jacob ; 1 cask 1 case ditto-J. & S, Bennett; 2 puncheons 4 cases ditto-A. Weaver ; 50 hhds. brer, 8 bales 2 cases mer. chandiza-Gorton & Andrews ; 7 bags 14 cases 4 . packages merchandize-August and Cooke ; .18 cases ditto-W. Mitchell ; 3 boxes ditto-J. Hunt ; 1...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

pipping Report. . ARRIVED. JqiyV II-The schooner Truelove, 136 tons. Coulton, from Kangaroo Island, «rab a cargo- of stohe's for the New 'P-rt. JuLY 16-The Essor, liox.by.from Launceston, with a cargo of floor, limber, &c. Passeagei-. Hr. August. . SAI t.KD. JULY II-The brig Victoria, 160 tons, Moore, for Launceston, in ballast. JOLY IG-The barque Gunga, 277 lons. Reside, for Sydney. .'. .lvLY7 16.-The barque Charle* Kerr, 460 tons, Arnold, for ladia, io ballast, , « JULY 15.- Th cutter Lively, 30 tons, Say wall, for Port Lincoln and Launceston. The Elssei, we understand, is chartered lo proceed: lo Portland Bay, to loid wi<b oil for the Landon market. The Abeona was erroneously slated in oor last to bare sailed for Hobait Town. She is still in the Port. Passengers per Dauntless-Dr. Fletcher lady and family. Dr Hay, .Mr. and \Irs. Wallace, Air. and Mts. Fisk n «ml family, Messrs. loni«, You'ip, Ingles-. Coi-b' an, tirant. Dow, Mr. <a:-d M s. Mj'ligan. a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

BIRTH.- On Sunday, July 12, the Lady of Mr Thomas Freeman, of Rundle street of a Son.       DEATH.— On Tuesday, 14th July, the infant Son of Mr Thomas Freeman, of Rundle street.

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

Tl-, VESSELS IN HARBOUR.       SHIPS.         ^DAUNTLESS, 698 foi». Miller, from Greenock -díscíiarjiinirr W. Blyth & Soi», agents. ORLEANA, 649 tons. Cameron, from London clearing out for Bombay. J. Morphett, agent. WILLIAM NICHOL. 400 tons, Elder, from Dublin-discharging. A. L. Elder, agent. BARQUES.       CULDER, 388 tons. Campbell, from Greenock discharging. Murray, Greig, & Co., «genta. ? ~l *'L BBIGS. ESSEX, Jill tons. Roxby, fiona Lannoeston discharging. Gorton & Andrews, agents. NEW HOLLAND. 250 tons, Bossel!, from r l^odsuT-disQluuging. W. S. Whitington & Co., agents. . «? SCHOONERS. ABEONA^ 96tons» Hawson. ¿TRUELOVE, 130 tons, Coulton, from Kangaroo l8laAdrr»di*cnarging.

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The Southern Australian. ADELAIDE; FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1840 THE NEW HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

ADELAIDE ; FRIDAY, J ULT 17, 1840 THE NEW HOSPITAL. ON Wednesday last, the foundation stone of the above building was laid by his Excellency, Col. Gawler, on the site originally marked out by the late Col. Light, at the north-east corner of the town. The number who met to witness   the ceremony was not large, owing to   its distance, and the unsettled state of the weather. Among those present,   we observed the Hon. Captain Sturt,   Assistant Commissioner, George Hall, Esq., Acting Colonial Secretary, Major O'Halloran Commissioner of       Police, the Rev. C. B. Howard, Co-   lonial Chaplain, G. S. Kingston, Esq.   Colonial Architect, David McLaren,     Esq., Manager of the South Australian   Company, J. G. Nash, Esq., Colonial   Surgeon, Dr. Litchfield, Inspector of   Hospitals, and several others. On t...

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COLONIAL OFFICE.—A GLANCE AT THE LAST TEN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 17 July 1840

COLONIAL OFFICE. — A GLANCE AT THE LAST T'EN YEARS. We continue, this week, according to promise the Bill of Indictment against the Colonial Office, which we began in our last. Our able contempo-   rary, the Colonial Gazette, bas assumed to itself the functions of "an Eye'' upon tbe administration of Colonial affairs, and in a series of masterly articles, has pointed out the mode, in which   some of the duties of those, who profess to take charge of the British Colonies, ought to be per-   formed. It bas prepared for Mr Poulett Thompson,   a much more favourable reception in Canada than he could have anticipated, without some previous inkling as to his views ; it has shewn Mr Elliot the soi-doisant Commissioner General of Emi- gration, how to write such an Emigration Report as the country will require before five years have elapsed ; and it has entered, in common with   ourselves, its solemn protest against the mode, i...

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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

ADELAIDE PHI CES CURRENT. Ale, London..per hod...¿£8 0 Oto£ 9 O <f Ashby, per bri.8 IO 0.. 9 0 0 Dunbar, per doz ...,») 16 0.. 0 7 O' Colonial, per tibd... .5 l>0. 0 Arrowroot per lb ........ 0 2 0.. 0 ße^f, f..sb. per lb.0 0 9 .. Urandy per sal. in bond ..O 12 0 .. titan per 100 lbs.0 16 0 .. 18 0 Buller, fresh, per lb..0 3 0 .. 3 6 sab, per do ......0 2 0 .. Cape, by tbe firkin 0 1 6.. 0 2 0 Bread, per 41» loaf.0 2 0 .. 0 2 0 Candles, wax. per lb ....0 3 6.. English moa Ids ..0 I 2 .. spermaceti ......0 3 6.. dips.0 0 9 .. Cedar, per fool, in log-... .0 0 6.. incb boards.0 0 6 .. Coffee, perth.0 1 O . 0 1 6 Cheese, Eng ¡su.pe Ib....0 2 O .. O 2 O Colonia . per ditto .0 1 6.. 0 1 10 Cigar*. Maui la, per I OOO 3 0 0 .. 6 0 0 Chu usu ra, per do.. 1 0 0 .. 2 0 0 Currants per lb.....0 1 4.. 0 i Coid ige per cwt..4 IO 0.. 5 0 0 Canvass per bolt.3 10 0 .. Deals p.-r loot.0 1 0.. 0 1 2 Flour per ton...55 0 0 .. 60 0 O seconds per dt* ...4J 0 0 .. 50 0 0 (Jin |>er g*|. iu ...

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SHEEP FARMING. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

SIIEKP FA UAH NU. j o. o. LAMBING. - The s,!joph.>:d, as th time for lambing dnuvs «WÍ, should taku'ca'e to have ali in readiness ; lire principal things ti» bc prc»vi<t?*d aré-a bott if ! <sf flue oil, aboiii eight. O:H«C<-S ol laudanum, a sm:dl. stro-><? -lt»«ii*«-. (t*»e " \Vh*ri»clíffe atijswfrs vreèï.^a >t«aU i¡o s h »ok not mach la-¿«T rh i i a *!<t'ii»:i - honk, but about 7 «r fî tr.ch*-s ioi¡>:, ; n i a sbed, open tt» the no: t » -fa-t, -in» tu after {»ow rott<¿h.-:bnt o«t<î of -i'tue sort, is imfisp.'usi.Sl v necessary '»« ihw season ol the ye::r; a cow wi!I';ii*o \>* found a very valuable adjunct, an! if her ciili is sied up she will HOI. lea 4'. ü. »lace. ¡ a Presumiría that lhe hui-keeper always sleeps in die f\iM, it IIOÍ^S not ma'ier it" t!¡e i-idttiî gruuu i is ut some distance from the hut, and it should be sheltered fro ia the cold chilling south-fast wilds; if tit -re is any...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION BILL. .1 As our readers are aware, an intima tion was given, about a fortnight or three week» ago, to the effect, that the a]>ore important measure would be p§*ffd Into a law, as «ooo as the Council should resume its sittings, a temporary suspension of which had been occasioned by the Sessions of the Supreme Court. The frequency with which we have referred to this subject, is a pretty clear indication of our desire to see it speedily 'brought into operation.* Important a* 's the measure iu itself, atid desirable as it is that its various clauses should undergo a thorough discussion, suffi cient time has now, we think, elaps d for carrying it through the Council. In this view of the matter, the public gea erally,we'have every reason to believe, fully concur. I'o some of our readers, >t may, perhaps, seem trifling and un i !iportant, but we cannot but express ¡ir wishes and hopes, that t ¡e Corpo : ition of Adelaide, may be the first maded Corporation i...

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ISLE OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

ISLE OF FRANCE. THE following were the market prices* at the Isle of France at the latest de partures : - Cape and New South Wales bran, 2 dollars 25 cents, to 3 dollars 75 cents per 1001 bs ; stock on hand small. French flour 10 dollars 50 cents to 12 dollars 50 cents per barrel of 1801 bs. American flour, ll dollars 54 cents to 12 dollars 50 cents per ditto. Dantzic fliiiir, 8 to 9 dollars ditto. Cape, 7 to 8 dollars per barrel of 1001 bs. Madagas car beef, i 4 to 15 dollars per barrel of 3001bs; New South \Vales beef, 13 to 15 dollars-none in the market; Irish beef, 27 to 30 dollars, scarce. . Sugars.-White, 8 dollars 30 cen's to 8 dollars 40 cents per lOOlbs; fine yellow, 8 dollars to 8 dollars 30 cents, ditto-; good yellow, 7 dollars 75 cents to 8 dollars; good and middling yellow, 7 dollars 30 cents to 7 dollars 65 cents; low yellow, 6 dollars 50 cents to 8 8 dollars ; fine grey, 8 dollars to 8 dollars 25 cents ; good grey, 7 dollars 60 cents, to 7 dollars 90 cents; middlingr ...

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Shipping Report. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

Sipping &e$*r& ARRIVED. I JOLY 17.-The schooner Waterwitch, 89 «ona, Ralis, t om Launceston, with a general cargo, JuLY 18.-The schooner John PiVte, 109 ton». Hay, from Kangan.o Island, with stooes. SAILED. JOLY 16.-The schooner Victoria^ 28 tons, Hutchinson, for Sleaford Bay. Jl'LY 17.-The cutter Alice, for Port Linco'n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

MOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I, the undersigned ara the sui«* agent «ud «si tor»ey (h« power daly-authorised) for Edward "ilutchi'iMjn PoHaid, of Sydney, io -New S*a:b ^Wrales, Esquire, and that no deeds or other acts the said Edward Hutchinson Pollard are val d. ct)at those sign- d and ex-cuted hy me. -Dated the 13th day ot Joly, 1840. (Si¿ned) STEPHEN I. SPEYEft. ABSTRACT OF S&LBS BT AUCTION, ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN TSIS AND OCR NEXT DAY OF PUBLICATION. TBZS SATf MR. NEALE, at 12 o'clock, at his rooms in Franklin street-Timber, slops, oats, ¿cc. WBDNE SD&T . BENTHAM & CO , on the premises. Gilles Arcad-,by orderot the Mortgagee-The Arcade Shad°s. . H AI LES & PEEK, at their room, Hiodley-street, at 1 o'clock - Merchandize. '1'UUJtSDAY. SMITH & VALLANCE, ai their room, Hindley^ Street, at 1 o'clock.- Merchandize. SMITH Sç VALLANCE, at their rooms - Horse«, Dray, Bricks, &c. MK. NEALE, it the Stock-peo opposite Beck's Stores, F...

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VARIEHES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

VA RIEHES. ^EXTENSIVE CHARITABLE BEQUESTS.-The will of T. Hi'l, Esq , f .rmr;rlj of Soi h Lambeth, Surry, and late of S rbi ton. near King-tou-ou Thames, has jost been proved in Doctors' Com mons, by John Squire, Jamos Brady, Thomas Willett, and Charles Bennett, Esq rs., executms The property has been sworn" under £120 OOO' t he testa-or bas given ti e following legacies« To the Middlesex Hospital. £1,000 To the Blind School... 2,000 To the Female Orphan Asylant.. . ... 1,00 » To the Deaf and Dumb Asylum...... 2,000 To the Female Orphan Sftho A, Hamp stead-road. 500 To Lord Eldon's Orphan School, >iiuate at Bauer«- a.,. 501 To th- Licensed Victuallers' School.. 500 To .ach of his executors the sum of. » 1.000 And the residue of his property, amounting t.o about £80,000, after giving several small legacies ihe annuities in his will, he bequaihs io the London Missionar; Society. The will is date ! in 1836 By a codicil in his owo handwriting, made Sep temher, 1839, he bas revoked th...

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EDTCHEN STUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 21 July 1840

EjTCBEN ST-ÜEF. j One of Hie ptettiest specimens of " polite Setter writing," which we remember to have met with, Tor some time past, is to be found in the following correspondence between Lady Seymour, the **Quetn of beauty" at the late Elgintoun Tournament, and Lady Shuck borough, a person not much known in the fashionable world, we believe,- but one whom The Observer-a London weekly pa per-describes as a jcompo jud of ** puffy .greatness." The subject Ins been taken up, both by the Heruld&nû Times,and little doubt is entertained as to the authenticity of the letters. The ** intrinsic nobility " oí Lady Seymour-" a Sheiidan" by descent-is likely, we think, to suffer damage by her " turnip-headed," and " cauliflower-wigged," caricature of the little Shuckborough's, nor is it probable, that the air of petulance, or spirit of " puffy greatness," in which Lady Shuck borough indulges, is likely to raise her much in public esteem. Our readers, however, shall judge from the corre...

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