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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. TRADE. — There was a better demand for finished goods, at [?] last market day, but in other departments there was no improvement to report, and price remain the same as last week There i* no change in (ho wool iimrket. lloiMrnfictd market ln*t «<v!t w w very thill; l??l there is rmthifj; to t route * despondency. •? most of the mill* are in lull md-, «n«l oriiets for exportation ?ro r noli r.« fu kocji tin- «ncri>!iv«ii in fair r'nptnjircnt. Tv«?r have |>ricrs rwpilcd. all J i>r?v styles mtinMiii/ie their Ffntid. Iti the wnre limi?ef there is ho rlialifco I'ur flip ivorxc. V.'oolr i aiv >tmioivrv in priro. : T!.«TP«-a* a v< lyiUf nwri-rt f«r pii-oo roodf nt I RrHiUmH last v.-r< k, l.tr vl:i<-h ■"."■ «.• yorial r>n% can he assi^ne.! -at if ?st, n«? sjli^t :r:t<i•- «•••.-. Prjres Mill without rhantr. Iti yatn<i iwit trie lo?<=t «>h««fc tr. r«>i>i>rt, citluT in &...

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LOSS OF THE "AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

LOSS OF THE "AUSTRALIA." The following is a more particular account of the unfortunate loss of this brig than any which has yet been published:— The brig Australia left Leith on the 2nd October, 1840, for South Australia, being her first voyage, with a general cargo, consisting chiefly of wines, spirits, turpentine, vitriol, sul- phur, tar, and coals, and the following passen- gers:—Misses Brown, Sim, and Knight, Jane Chisholm, Margery Chisholm. and Agnes Chis- holm, children, John Chisholm, died at sea; George Chisholin, Thomas Harris, Doit Alex- ander Byers; George Put, died after landing; Robert and William Ephinston, John Hender- son, James M'Clagland. The ship's crew con- sisted of thirteen hands including the captain. On the 29th December, being then about 500 miles to the westward of the Cape, and at about half-past eight p.m., Capt Yule having gone below, discovered the smell of fire in the cabin, and made a diligent search through the cabins, but found no fire; at last smok...

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COPPER MINE AT NOARLUNGA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) [?] MAY 13th, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

COPPER MINE AT NOARLUNGA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) [?] MAY 13th, 1841. Inquiries having been afloat during the last fortnight, with respect to the alleged discover of a copper mine in our neighbourhood, we think it right to make a short statement of the fiwl?, which may eventually give rise to imdei taking* nf benefit-id importance to our town rfiip. snrh as the owning of our river for smail craft, and the residence of a body of regularly employed minvra anil laborers among us. Tw« miners vl the name of Otllard discovered the ' err, in the right bank of the Onkaparinga, about ■ furlong from that part of our town, i ship named—prmwrefieWa/—" The ivtiatf." The bankt of the river, to the citrnt «f two i chains from hlgh-water mark, Wing reserved by Government for a road, inquiries were nude by the discoverers of the Me an to the proprietorship of the section* adjacrnt, which they found to belong to the South Australian Company. They accordingly tendered to the Manager of the Company th...

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NAVIGABLE ENTRANCE TO THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

NAVIGABLE ENTRANCE TO THE MURRAY. W. I. S. PULLEN, Marine Surveyor. To the Honorable The Surveyor-General     THERE can now be no doubt of the fact that a navigable communication between the sea and the Murray does actually exist. Mr Pullen has succeeded in carrying in the Government cutter Waterwitch. The following account of this successful enterprise will be read with interest. Its eventual importance to the splen- did country on the Murray and the Lakes cannot be over-estimated:— Cutter Water Witch Port Pullen, May 10, 1841. Sir—l have the honor to acquaint you for his   Excellency's information, that the cutter is now moored in the eastern part of the port which his Excellency did me the honor of naming after me. She arrived at Encounter Bay last Saturday week; on the Monday following, after making an ineffectual attempt to cross the bar, myself and three men went to the Bay and got her under weigh, and stood for the Mouth of the Murray; b...

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PRODUCTIVE CAPABILITIES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

PRODUCTIVE CAPABILITIES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Colonial Gazette of December 16th pub-<*> lilies what it calls "the following character-<*> istic letter from Colonel Gawler to captain Washington, Secretary of the Royal Geogra- plrfcal Society :— •MrltajinW««W!«G«?J hmve jatf rcrei «* yrnn. of the l*k DecM.b«f Urt. "£>""«,*■; icecap, Mt* from hence, «f Mr fen**™* phical Miwi* ia Kampf. will be K"*™*,~ le.rt.ine tb.t • rite fropWf/*; PM*tept'^« ? rail it. «r Sb Kyte*« being the m«n *?««• • Port EminKton. i« in ■ wry pro^'^-Jf-TJ! of hi« rtartin? rnwi M(hM«> — «*S. l**i T~s* Wm •l.y). to rMloniiir. mUttOU * ga*«lpw« --*■««>;; to ylmc Ike Brih* fl^ « •JJV•" |K«mMf> on the ttwpic of Cipnroni. in *y"^ of it by the Waterwi'ch returning. He is to be absent abont six month*; I have strongly advised bint not to attempt Port Esuington, unless cxtra ordiniry facilities should present themselves. Our colonist* are very enthutiastic in the attempt, hut we w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. Large and ttnrescreei Sale of Timber. to nn sor.n by ru-nr.tc avctios, lIV N. JI.trLES, On Tuesday, May 18th, |BH, nt twelve o'clock, Qt liis limlier yard, Hindley-street— QUARTERING of various longllie Rut (ens Ilrond puling Narrow ditto Shingles, V-feet Ditto, 15-inch Hoards, &c, Ac. TO UE SOLD nY PUBLIC AUCTION', py x. n a nits. At lii« rooms, IlinHlcj-strcot, on Thursday* 20th May, 1841, at twelve o'clock— fld DEAL moulded doors "• 11 sets window-shutters Blind latlis fur windows, plain and painted Window frames and sashes 41) dwarf doors Large cupboard door Iron window bars Iron window-shutter bars, several fastening* 3 parking rases of extraordinary dimensions 120 pairs blanket* I'air of wheels I'air of working bullocks A still Paddy I'lour Sugar Furniture Various other lots TO BE SOI.P BY PCnuC AUCTION', ny /. jvom/vs, On Monday, the 17th inst., nt liis rooms, IlitirHry. street, at twelve o'clock— Of| BAGS POTATOES ***" 20 ditto fine flour 20 ditto s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

FOB TORT 1'HU.LIF AND MANILLA jrJfT*: THI' fine fust iodine litrque fififtvSbs. EDl&A, ill* tons reyistrr. t ho«. ™fJRiM*» ^kinnkb, commander, will nail M'lMM) -m I In above purta in nlinut ten ?^BSbBBp d»ys. This vessel will tmve ac commodation for tteerage passengers, and u few in the mtliiii. Fur freight or passage, apply to tho captain on board, ort« MURRAY, OUEIO, & Co. Hindley-itrecr, M»y II, 1811. ? FOB 6VDNKV DIRSCT. -. c- - TH E A I bswjue FHEUKRiCH JB-Jl^S\ HUI'H, 2M» tons regititer, Ju '«ffT»B^^ rob Toby '?oininander , will mil wR33/lQsP^ **'? the above port in a few days. sdEfjj£|&jgi For freight or pasture apply ro (he captain, on bo»ra, *t-i»- ? ??--- -? ? JOHN &NOOKE, Agent. 4ib May. Iftil. r*OR SYDNEY DIRECT. A,-*-'* THE A I brig CAROLINE. ISO iflwKL^. tuna registrr. Itithard Coombus, JwMK^ commander, will sail fur the above ^HjMT port in a few days. **8sHW» For freight or passage apply to tb« cvplain, on bourd. or to JOHN SNOOKE, Agen...

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SCAB IN SHEEP ACT. TO THE EDITORS OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

SCAB IN SHEEP ACT. TO THE EDITORS OF THE [?] I am, Gentelman. Your obedient Servant, A COUNTRY SETTLER. GENTLEMEN — Daniel O'Council [?] the English House of Parliament never was any act passed lie [?] a coach and four [?] will certainly nnpiy i ...-,. for although parties keeping sheep are, naui-rlhal act, euhjt-et to n heavy penalty for permitting the Kcub to riMiiniti in th'iir H<«*k's, yet there is iki penalty for a butcher killing such sheep—there lore, v holder cf diseased sheep, even if they be past cure, has only to give a butcher a cheap bargain, and such sheep are sold to the public as   wholesome food. It i« notorious tlmt the Inspec tor of Si-ab in Shoep lias been aii|;'.i<'il to lately to remedy the evil, but \-M reply lias bei'i, aR «il" roiii'Hu under the act it mu?t have been, •' that he could not interfere in it." Another fact, which is proper to be known, is, that a butcher who does a hirfre share of business in Adelaide, has been...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 15 May 1841

MARRIED.—Yesterday, by the Rev. T. Q. Stow, Minister   of the Congregational Church, Mr Charles Everitt, Port Adelaide, to Miss Emma Ellis, of Adelaide. DIED.— On the 4th December, 1840, at Southampton, universally respected, aged 50, Mr George Harris, brother to Mrs Thomas, Hindley-street Adelaide.  

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MAY 22, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. MAY 22, 1841. . , _ WHOLEBAI.F... RET All.. ALE £, g- U % arf Asliby's.Vbarrcl 5 5 O 510 o Burton, ditto ..CIO O Dunbar's, •> <lor.cv 015 0' | 4 o Kllioti &Co.'s, |tcr barrel r. 00 Hoarc d Co.'s, ditto C 0 O Truman, Haiibury.A Co.'s, ditto., G 0 O C C 0 Barley, English, T bushel 0 5 0 0 6 0 Ditto, Colonial, ditt0....,....... 0 5 0 0 0 t> Bix;f, salt. 9 cask G 0 0 Diilo, fresh, ?It 0 0 ? 0 0 X Boer, Colonial, V ulid 4 0 0 410 0 Ilion, T 201b 0 3 0 Broad, s? 4-lb. loaf 0 1 4 Bultcr, Irish, ♦Bb 0 12 0 1 g Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 I 6 0 o 0 Candlks— Knglisli, wax, ?ft 0 S 3 0 3 0 Ditto, spermacetli, ditt0........ 0 S 3 0 3 0 Colonial, moulds, ditto 0 0 0 0 I 0 Burford's dips, diuo 0 0 lv Canvas, *► bolt 3 10 0 Cedar, in log, * foot 0 0 4 Ditto, iiinli boards, ditto 0 0 Sj 0 O 7 Cheese, English, Vft 0 18 Ditto, Colonial, diuo 0 10 Cigars,Manilla(inbond),Vtbousand 310 0 410 0 Ditto, Cliinsurab, ditto ditto,.,. 110 0 2 0 0 Ditto, llavaaiiali...

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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY—No. 14. ENTOMOLOGY, NO. XIII—DIPTERA CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY—No. 14. ENTOMOLOGY, NO. XIII—DIPTERA CONTINUED. NATURE AMATOR. May 18, 1841. Of the many large and handsome species which the extensive family of [?] pro-<*> duces, a few most worthy of notice should be mentioned. We possess, apparently, all the jpecies of the genus Musca. The common fly (Musca domestica) is remarkably iiitmor ous; but from the warmth of lite outer air nearly all ihc year round, tlirse active insects do not frequent our room*, except in the rainy season, in such numbers as in England; they arc, however, at times, much more an noying and persevering in their attacks, by continually settling on any exposed part of the person, however frequently driven oil". They first come forth in their full vigour and liveli ness on the bright and uucloudcd days which commence our southern spring. The great numbers which then abound in the open air may liest ho known liy observing the myriads that settle on any decaying animal substanc...

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THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

THE ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. J?% li). IBJI. I.r:n;ii!iirg on M.iy 12th S i.utients. /il:iii!fcd .} « Ilisdiargcd «••,.....,....... H •• "*•' !.'.. " Nil. KoiMaitiiiifT JO Honorary Mclical o(Tirt>r_G(«oi(r<! Muyo, E^i Viirois—AM.lllllll I)avi8; Julin Ktusci, Kr..-|. Tic Wors-'r.nl'dl Mistor ?m 4 tsio f'screttry of iJil- JLi?nisir 1.0,!«r> of lYioniOiin att-ixjod ihe | n eii'ti^ of tJii; A(v t rd,atid ji-rsci tel «n lifljalf ( .f ttio IVepinaJon? of Snuili Austraiit |lil> sum <.f £-'>o.''f. <| t «.1r.,.:,1i0ii t,?tlicl;o;;>:,l,l TllC I)n;it.J Csij?ro«Bod tli«i; umtlUcatJon at tJic vi'nribl.' <)oii?. ' Iwn, uti'J a << <:mn<ir>ii*ation was m.vde to the Lo''j;o, ; tliatikiii; t'icjn for tluir JiineticetK o. I Vr Ncivnvm kindty pro?'iite<l to the lio^iitai «lio s>nn of !ii'iii^"a payment J?y r< f *,iin persons vAtn h:.H jiijur..! s-uiii; |>u-mise<; *?u...

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TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

TO CORRESPONDENT. The publication of a Setter caustic letter on [?] Surveys is [?] late order. The affair of the custom House will not[?] iiromiti/1fifi'igh th" Chainlwr ?if Cunimcrcc. (>'•' iniituit tmditttand tlir wit nf A Toppr'n f.*?.r, pnhahhf Imviui «w me ignorant of tlir pniut ti" tvfiri tu. ?%• da ?<rf think mill liimtfi't Tcniporafics Societies oiv /.< h- ln"xM <it, nrtliit iwtiriilnnU who (nhl Until i«v jiiviyir whj-ilt f?r ftiWc riitfctiti: Tiiettiteran Ilii-ttatr <tf thy llntanic «ar<len in our in xt.

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THE MURRAY NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

THE MURRAY NATIVES. Most of our readers know, that soon after the news of the attack attack upon the overland party conducted by Mr Inman, by the natives on the Murray, Major O'Halloran, with a strong body of mounted p >hnc, was despatched to flic spot for Ilia jmrjin-o of recovering, it' possible, some of tlia large flock of sheep—five thousand we believe—which they had seized. Oh some paltry pretext —it is said in Uie "miff occasioned by Mi Mann's resolution being c?rrieJ— Colonel Gawler recalled Major O'Hail?ran whan lie was but a fisw miles distant from the scene of the outrage, and when a chance of recovering a portion at least of t!ie valuable property was nearly certain. The Maj«ir and his man had a week's fiuitl \-s ride for their pains; and the valuable property of our settlers, was allowed, for all Colonel Gawler cared, to be divided equally between the wild dogs and the Macks. A parly of private gentlemen, suflieien I ly dis - gustcd at so ghring a disregard of the mos...

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TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRIALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRIALIAN REGISTER. JUSTITIA. 21st May, 1841. GENTLEMEN—l have lately observed that a merchant here; obtains his letters sometime prior to the general delivery of a mail, thereby gaining. the opportunity of canvassing the market before his lirother tiierehauts are in receipt ut' l'.:-At despalehes. I :n:i irivou lo uudi<rs|and that this U (Vei|uc:itly Ilio pra.-tiee. Is this proper! <>j/it it not to be put a stop

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LATEST PRICES OF WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

LATEST PRICES OF WOOL. W'r. have b.'jti favored by Mr Thor;i!ier, Port Adelai le, with a Liverpool l'riee Curresil dated tho Sib of January, co::tuiiiiii{r, anum:j other things, an account i.f tho i>r ports of wool, and the prices it realised. The tot il quantity of Austrn h.lll wool iniiiorted i..10 Liverpool during 18-13, was .V 502 bales. The prices obtained were as follows:— new sourn w.m.i:s. Tine! combing 1r.1U.1. to *2s. 0<". per ib. i'^iir (iitt.i 1 7 "I !> " J'iii.?clol!iin^ I !t "2 0 •• Fair ditto .. 1 (5 "1 H " Imw ditto 1 :t ? I H " i.ninb's i a "2 0 •• Ij 11 washed H "I 2 " VAN lliliMEN's LAND. i'inc eonibijiif Is. )-'d. 10 U.lOil. per Ib. Fair ditto I 0 <• 1 S " Fine elotbin;,' I 7 " 1 !) " Fair ditto I 4 "1 7 " Low ditto 1 2 "I 4 " I." 11 wash:? 1 7 "1 O " Tho letter remarks—" Tho business done in the wool trail:1 this year h is been to a fair extent, owing to prices being low. The manufacturers have used an average quantity, and arc at pre...

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"THE CORRECTER CORRECTED." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

"THE CORRECTER CORRECTED." UNDER this title, some unlucky friend of Colonel Gawler has been found to address to us and publish the following letter, which we insert exactly as we find it:— to tub EuiTun or the south austiuman ItEGISTEn. Adelaide, Mth May, 1841. Editors, like traveller?, are allowed certain pri vileges, of which they Kinerallp avail themsclveg. You being botli Editor and traveller, seem to think yourself entitled to a double portion of those privileges, to what would have been allowed you in cither of tlicse capacities singly, und 6eem to eye with extreme jealousy any one who dares usurp tlirm. You iind f.iult with Colonel Gaivlcr for raying the " splendid and extensive tracts of the penin sula between tit Murray end Gulf Bt. Vincent, are mdy capable of affording 'comlurtable accom modittion for 200,000 souls.'" while you usserL that the "discovered fraction of the immense re gion within the limits ol the province, trebles in extent the great county cf Yoik, which su...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

TO ADVERTISERS. We have [?]

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TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Monday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Monday, May 17. Present — The Mayor [?] tin nt from Thursil-iy l?sf. Mr Al<!er;nati finii.'tie >ipvi;'!it forvvar/f an &diiu>s<; tvliu-li lie p;oj>o?r;l >honld !>c wo«cnti'il liy tin; Cyii!i«*i! to CVotsel Ga-.rltT, ««'n I.is re. tiring from t'if i:ovorii;:u':it of the proviurr. Tii« illldlt'«« «M 5 i:S Illllim•< ; To l.iiMit. Col. G.-orje G:iv!«r. KoiaJ.t of i! u * Royal Iliii'ovcrinit (iueipl.iu Order, ive., &<•. V.'r, Ih" PJHyor, AJilcrr.icM, jind Oimini.n Coim rM «?f lim City of . s.(!,'!aioi% <in tin* oernstoti tit' ;onr retir<:i;; fruiu t! c Govciii'nct.t of tl:e (::<>. vinro, ii.'iz to ii;'j)ro:irh y-m wit:i i'm:- ov;fa^>:un otouriii(;:i ivfjiort :inj cstenii It r yi'i:t person and cliurnvtcr. In foi:(!urti:ij (lie lifTairs <.f this province, we finny hc)ii'V<l tiiat you lmv l:il)i|rd, as tire hi-ii-i c.l Ihe tiiivon...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 22 May 1841

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. We understand that the christening of the. Princess-Royal is fixed for the 10th February, the anniversary of her Majesty's marriage. The Royal Cheese has arrived in London, and will be exhibited to the public on Saturday next. The dairymen in the west look upon it as the greatest wonder in thu world—anil perhaps they are not fur wrong. It is the greatest wonder nicntioucd in tlic history of cheeses, and would be of ten times more use to a hungry family, or even to a royal household than that gigantic wonder, the Colossus oi'llhodes.— London Paper. The receipts of the London and Birmingham Railway, during the last sis months, have been £407,334, being£«o,ooo more than those of the corresponding six mouths for 183!). Sixty thousand pouuds, cash down, have been paid for the ironstone only of seventy acres of land, on an estate in the neighbourhood of Airdric. The coal on the same land, in addition to this, is also of great value. The receipts at Oovent Garden 'iTeatrc...

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