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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records,"-SHAKESPERE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records,"-SHAKESPERE. The Rkm*insopTorbbnneandNa«>lrok.— Few persons will probably remember that in con sequent* ol our revolutionaiy d.sturlxiticee the «.or(Hl remains of Turrene, which had been dr. posited in (lie royal vaults o ? Xt Dennis were dhper-ed with the remain* of the Kings of France, and would not even •.??«• escaped that outrage committed «pm. tbe dead M it not been for the pious imeriereiiec of h profes.o. of the J*rdin de.i I'lhmim. M. Desfbiiuines. who claimed the bo.ly fio.n the tomb destroyer* a« ?,«,,,. tt mummy, tfhich ought to li^.ie in the Museum of Natural History. Thecorpse, which «•„? in perfect ore tcrtation, still figured three ycais after in the collection between an elephant ami a r/!u««*njj, where it was observed by Deputy Uuinolurd, who in. veighlid with greHUnerpy ii> the Conteil dcs Cinq Cents ap-iinet so gross h profanation. On |,i s motion, tlte Couiici! derided that the remains of Tiireniic «...

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GEOLOGY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

GEOLOGY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. No. 2. JON. MENGE. Though I am obliged to confess that I never snfTerfd (to tutteb in my wunderin^s in fcnrofie throittfb twenty-live years, as I did in Khiiukioo Ismnd. in btalinir tbrotioli th? |>iick«v bushes. which I bait otten to bunt down several miles «loti(.'. to rlear my w«y. yet I have nowhere tra velled with more delight than alone the bills on the mainland. f<«rtii ulurly lioin the Mount lrf?l«y liange northward through the Rawler Uatige and the ttao?fta K«?|ie. The annual burning bf the nativ.«. for tlieii bunting purposes' have •lettroyed n..t oierely the iniptilitiir liro<-h?ood. but also frVery kind of annoying insert* mid inju. li««n reptilen. I <tiuld lod?:e «?'«ry«heie «« t«e nipht in ho.low trees and under shady bushes, without fearing any tnjuriouo umlaut, 'ihewihl do K s never a|«pruai-hed my lires, and no bluck mat is Ktittiutc by nij-liL The continuation of invitinc hills Mtid chatmiiig valleys i...

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THE VOLUNTARY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

THE VOLUNTARY SYSTEM. We liave g'Cdt |iloasuri> in referring to the admirable. t?k|tubiiiuii iif the Voluntary IViu cijile in Itolifriun, which the following1 aildros Iroin tiiu Key. l>r Lh«^- embodies. It c-amsot fai! to cXrite il<-c|? iiiltiot* in a colony where liiut |>rinci|>L-, if not yel officially ri'cogiii.M'U, i.iAt least iv full and succsvil'u.l operation. Christian I'uikmx avu Hrktmiikn—As i hiv l>t'i''i f)ermilte<l. in the uoud |>in> iiltni'i' ot <iiui, to return owe mnm to my wlw|M<«i| <-<hii?iv. nfter i> fifth mikl loi'K (""""•'•''' ?<ii«4.-<lo Kii^lh(?), I !<>«•! it iiiriiniheiit Ufiuii me, on |lii?, )tie fn>t <ii-iM«ion of <mr niffiiiiK toi!«>ilit>i lor ttie |>uhlir worship «t ticirt tiiuco my unival. to (five you it Itiiot' «>iitliin" of the pcnrrnl iiMilts of my huh fcian. r<-si ivihk flio priv...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

TO ADVERTISERS. II is A-nraUr Hint ttili;rti*m<-uU (?• i?r?Tfl> >>ix,:-J..<f. <?nrf in arr wiry iihin vtisttiku .?rvf/r, .illli'inuh. miuhhtitif! the l/figfr uhu-lt Hwtisitritt/ titti'ttdt fftv tirittthtp of n t(<7iw;tf/?«r, tiny art' ntratltmnllii iimnMM: Mnrtinrmn- o.titt- rf t? hnrr their tt..nm,>n.in.i,U,,,ilht'!-^ u-rliatint; hit i,, mit turiaftiiiui/niipliifitt <iniinL'-m' til tlifji «v?win,f („ fnrinitlid rrcfiipfd, in fr.'m// hkv ptm't- tit tin- f?ij?'r, ptf>itiaritg 1/ prinlinp, orortlrr *ffQrrnupiiHtitt > itf;n'c(fittl.

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THE CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

THE CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. I am, &c., AN ENQUIRER. Gentlemen—l be* to rail your attention, and that of the public, to the absurd system on which the ground in the cemetery is disposed of. In one part of it, you ran $ret (.touikl for nothing. while in nnother part, not many yards oft", if you wish to secure a small portion fur yourself or friends, yon niu-t pay at the rote of Is. per square foot, or £220(1 per acre— not for the freehold, but for the privilege of leasing it for wntty-nine yearn, at the annual rent of 3d. per square foot, or £550 per acre; and if you wish to redeem tii? lea«e, you must pay, cash down, at the rate of £730(1 per acre! which is much hiirliirr than the most valuable land in Adelaide. For nine fed square, you must pay £14 39. 6d. before a spado outers the ground. Such outrageoim extortion would as tonish even John Bull, familiarised as he is to most of the modes by which men i:iise the wind at the expense of the pu...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Jnvcnis: ilteMtertm Ilintvolclit Korirlirs; andtiivritt nrtirL*. tt.ttirl «i:t. It h nnjiiiaM- to .tiiiri r<mm far tiff thi eommuuiratiunt on Joint Slock llaiilii- o.n////.Mcnicljiv Crisis irdirk *•'"■ nvclu-it i«. Tl,,- rnHinrt<n.ir 111 nmst tit th'ir fnfitrt it ///<• aaiitn/itiun thnt pn|-or nynimfiit^ fisi'il |*ropcrly c*fti '"' mvrf'-t/ rinnlattffi m'tiinni. in our tit'si w thai/Jim-indriit,- lhuf,,Uiv«. Mr. ila^ihmM'i uot<'*«f>t j.mrn.y ntu itand lit tort I'liWji. •ii.inr lutt.

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The South Australian Rergister. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1841. REDUCTION AND REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

The South Australian Rergister. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1841. REDUCTION AND REFORM. We are informed that considerable reductions ; have already been ordered in the Harbour Master and Pilot's Department. There is no longer to be Deputy Harbour Masters; and It iii said that arrangetneiits are contemplated to lower ttie profteU enormous dun of pilotage, and to license |iilota under regulations which Infer no burden on tlie Government. The Customs Department is also in the course of revision. Thu Cullttlor, in the meantime, lias been ptoliibitcd from paying away any of the public monies received by him, a? heretofore, at hi* discretion. The pro. cecds af the Customs menne, without de>! (faction vtiateter, must now be handed over tv the Colonial Treasurer. This is as it slwiiM bo, aixt gives an <earrost «l:at iM.vi'rn.ir tlrey isr.o e.t".*...-o? tli« •• du«k am! drako s\ ftwit.'' Hn> bunoj lk|>artni«nt is uinlorg.,iti^ «s -tcr.:ivc ri?hi<-tion. On M?n...

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DEPARTURE OF COLONEL GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

DEPARTURE OF COLONEL GAWLER. On Tuesday last. Colonel Gawler left Souili Australia in the Dumfries, hound for Singapore and England. A number of the colonists at tended in the course of the day to deliver the address and die amount of the subscriptions for a " testimonial." A contemporary informs us that the following gentlemen were present:— Hi* Honor the Jiirtee; the linn. Citptuin Sturt, Assistant CommiKsioner; the Hon. Kulit. Guugcr, Colonial Secretary; Alfrtd Muixiy. Kt-q , I'rivale Serretsrv to iiovernot Grey ; His Woi>hip, J?s. Hurtle Fisher, K?q.. Mayor of Adi-lnid.-; .Mm Morphrtt, Ecq ,J. P.; Edwurd Stiplivns Esq.; J. B Hack. Emi ,; William WatMiti. Koq,; Henry WatBOH. Esq..; T. Williams, Kmj .J. P. , K. H Glee?on, Et-q., ; V. H. Dm tun. Emi ; it F. Nvwlaiiri. Eoq.. J P.; I)j. Knott; l)r Nash, Colonial Surjreon; T. GiHiejt, £mj ,J. !'.; W. Blylb, Ksq ; H. Nixon, Kmi. ; A. Hardy. F.sq ; Key. C. B. Howard ; RVv. J F?rroll; \V. Giles. Esq. J. P. ; VI. Nation, Ei-q., E milli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

SALES BY AUCTION. OO- TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY I.NONMUS, On Monday, tbe 28tli instant. at hU room, Hind. ley-street— O|| BAGB FINE FLOUR * v |0 ditto second ditto SO ditto potatos 40 boxes soup 29 fine Dunlop cbecses in tin fiO ditto bams 50 mousseline de luine drcise* 10 pieces union cloth 90 ditto striped whirling 50 splendid lace eolUrs 10 pieces silk handkerchiefs 20 cLifdrcn's dresses 12 shawl dresses 10 pieces black bombasine 20 pair Hushing trousers 20 monkey jackets and costs 2 cany.barked crib* I chest of drawers 24 drinking horns 12 block tin dish covers 6 dozen bottles mustard A 0 lbs. Spanish juice 3c\vt. starch S dozen bottles Riga balsam I cwt. loaf suxw And a variety of other articles. TO I?B SOLD BY PCBMC AL'CTION, BY 1. JVOfiTMUS. On Tuesday, the 20th June, at twelve o'clock, on the premises in Gswlcr-place— 11HIC WHOLE or the STOCK IN TRADE of Mr J. UtLL, Undertaker (who in about miring inio tbe country) consistiny of tbe fol lowing articles, viz.:— Mack ki...

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MARKETS. ADELAIDE, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

MAR K ETS. ADELAIDE, JUNE 25. Wheat,|iiTlm«li.. Illc. to ir, r . Mutton, |ht <liilo. hrf. to •/,! Hour,liiil' |,ci ton. l"istot'3U A Mil ami |i?,-1,, I,id. (<• I*, ditto. M'conds. ditto, Lt3. llrpiid. |~r 4 His.. Is. 2.1. I'Ai'lcy. |.er iiti>li<:l, Aa. to t>?. lt><ll< r. fn>li. per II)., *„. CJ <lats. per dilto. - r>^. to (is. Ekk?. 1111 do/.,... :< h . M.ii/o, ditto, .'is. to da. i t,w~v. <<01.. |r, r Hi.. la. 4d I'oUtovs, col., J«T ton, £25. 4'ul.buK«-'?. M. vueli. Ditto. V.lt.L.. i-? to lib. C..rrul?, <1,1. per Inmeli. lluei; l«sr 11/., 7ti. to Ml. Ui.iuU?,.^J. j>lt ll>. SVDNKV, AI'HIL 24. Iritli |iorV, |«'i Iwtnl, i* 7k; l?i-<i, ilittn, f5; Kt.tr li?lt limns per |I>, Nil : Irixh duller, |K-rlli, Is |<|; bruudv per palloii, t?. to fw Ail; imu, 'is t?il In 4s 0,1: hnllaixU, i!s9.l; whiskey. «-; sherry, pel Mid, i'l i l« £ >U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

FOR HOBART TOWN. Ah^T^ THIS schooner UAtti'S, Captain /SclK*«^.GLoitr,K Clinch, having arrived, jfinfH^^tvill be immeJialely despatched lor liobai t Town. For freight or pas ***n?3B^ suge, apply to tlie Captain on boar<!, or to HUNTER* CO., Hiudley-strer>t. I NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. ifjMTiiK Counkss of Durham is w dischat ■&■ y£*jsBQ. iii)> «t die McLaren Wharf. Consigner.- I are icquestrd to make immediate iirangeinen;- | for receiving tbeir goods. GORTON & ANDREWS. Agents. ' Flindere-street. June 9th, 1841. OIL FOR SALE.   ANY quantity of t-upeiior oil may be liud at a a moderate iirice, by applying to DANIEL SIMPSON,   Port Adelaide. May 4th, 1841. ON SALE, by the undersigned, ex Countess of Durham, an Invoice of Cotton Goods, consisting of printed striped jaconets, buff Den-     mark stripes, fine pressed *n, quiltings, fine jaconets and white quillings. ALSO, Brandy in *ihds., lump alum, logwood ...

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OFFICIAL RETURNS OF THE COUNTRY SECTIONS CULTIVATED, OR UPON WHICH LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN FORMED, WITHIN THE PROVINCE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—FOR THE YEAR 1840. DISTRICT A, OR ADELAIDE DISTRICT (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

OFFICIAL RETURNS OF THE COUNTRY SECTIONS CULTIVATED, OR UPON WHICH LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN FORMED, WITHIN THE PROVINCE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—FOR THE YEAR 1840. DISTRICT A , OR ADELAIDE DISTRICT (Continued). KO. OP NAME OF PLACE OR SEC] ION. 1AHM. NAME OP CULTIVATOR. I.XTKNr Ol Ijii 'LAND I* Kit. 15 I !NUPrLIKD WITH WATCP, AND HOW. r.XTCM OF LAND ENCLOSED, Itl-MARKS HELATIVT TO CROPS; CUILDINGS, SUCH AS DWELLING- AND HOW. itollSCS OR WOOL-HOUSLS ; YARDS, QUARIUES, MRIGATION, tTC. 451 400 I Both well House Wm. Carmichacl & others Charles Rowland | 2 ■ > I 1 2 .From five feet below thesurface; Twelve acres—with posts, two One dwelling-house on the section. likewise, n good supply nil <he tails, uud paling, vcar rouud from *' Porter's Hole." Well, twenly.one feet deep, in- Two acics—posts and two tails. I'otatos, planted in August, a fair crop. Buildings—a dwelling, eluding three feet of water. hout><>, daiiy, and stock-yard. Stoek->:ird. 1 One hundre...

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THE BENKRUPT AND INSOLVENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 June 1841

THE BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT ACT. THIS important law has at length pased the Council, and will be brought immediately into operation. We have not had an opportunity of examining the provisions of the Act; but from ll'.u «-ircu:i!stiiniM? tliat it has been «'hiefly framed and cure Cully and anxiously revised hy Judge Oiiipor, we arc confident that it will prove a iienefiuiai and acceptable measure* THE NATIVES.—DR. PENNY's LECTURE. Last iiijjht, Dr tVnny gave liis |iruni-cil lecture on the slate of the natives—|urtirularlv those of the Lower Murray and Milincnrura— to a numerous and rc«|>i;etable audience; Tlie following outline of f)r Penny's lecture will lie perused with proat interest:— !)•• lVuny commenced lij observing that, if it had not been that lie l«a<l the subject which he wus about to introduce iiuich at heurl, and that lie was unwilling to disappoint the friends of the aborigiuc? who hud cod"1 hither to fator him with their attention, he slioulJ have certainl...

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The South Australian Rergister. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1841. THE LATE GOVERNOR AND HIS COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

The South Australian Rergister. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1841. THE LATE GOVERNOR AND HIS COUNCIL. Some very slr.inpc ciicun)s!slices have trans pired during the last xvcik ox|>l.inalory of the rupture which took plate bet ween Colonel Gawler end the Members of his Council, the existence of which prevented tlieir attendance when lie embarked, or, indeed, any frierilly intercourse between them immediately previous to his departure, 'flic positive assertion, on the one liind, by Colonel Gawler, thnt his Council knew that they possreseJ ll ,:? to control, and that liicy approved of his i* pcudiJure; and thecijn.illy ponitivi'.-isserlion by the Couuril, vn the olbrr, that Cnlnucl Gavrler never Infortnrd them of their ripht to control that cxrcii^llnrc—that they never were al lowed an opportunity to do t>.) —aud that tl cy at no time, officially or otherwise, approved of it—liave led t<> a lengthened and p.-iinful cor respondence, which rcsultid in the disclosure o...

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POST OFFICE KILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

POST OFFICE KILL. Tiik Hill fur the regulation <if tlio Post-oflice contains co provisions materially differing from those now in operation. A new rate or postage, however, ?s to be levied. We have authority fur |mlilisl.ing the following as the proposed scale:— SiMu'n of Ilafrs of Postage proposed for adoption in the. Province of Svulii Australia. (■'or ivory litter not <xceeriing liutf an i. d. oil: €•«' in weight, received from L'uropu or el-tnvlare, except tlie Australian Colonies ... ... ... ... ... 1 0 For every letter as above from tlie different roloi.ks of AuMralia O 0 j l-'or cveiy letter us above despatched from I tlie colony O 6 j l-'or every letter oi pa-kacc weighing less limn half uti oui.ee from one post-office | to uiietlier not I Exceeding 15 miles O 4 j 20 miles O 5 : 30 miles O 6 60 mili!< O 7 1 H) miles O 8 i 1-20 miles 0 9 i 170 mile O 10 289 miles O II 900 miles 1 0 For every such letter or puckigc forwarded hv tea O 4 Ami so o...

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OVERLAND ROUTE TO PORT PHILLIP.— MR. HUNTLY MACPHERSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

OVERLAND ROUTE TO PORT PHILLIP.— MR. HUNTLY MACPHERSON. Wi; piillisb the following interesting aotci of tlic jfirrt excurMoti made from Adelaide to Port Phillip, by Mr Iluntly Macphcraon, «c- companied by Mr Bonnry, with which we have heen favored by lite former gentleman; and we arc afforded this opportunity of stating, no the cm of Mr Maqthcrson's departure for England, that it i« his intention, immediate!? on his arrival there, to lay bcrurc the Secre tary of State for the Colonies the whole facts connected with the treatment he has been so illegally subjected to by the present Advocate Cjeneral, at the instigation, it is supposed, of Colonel Gawler. A family of the respecta bility end influence of Mr Macpherson is not likely to hesitate to pursue the matter to tIM ulmaft, particularly as there is not a vestige «?f evidence of any port to warrant the itnputa* lions which | have been to rashly made. •Votes of en Eratrtion through the Eatterm District! of Sontfi Anntmtif. and Austr...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Tlip inno nnii/w-il A;/ th- li-n.-kruiit <<?•> Imilnnl Jet lint ctrtuAfi uunutwji artirl-r aw! ii,m?mnirtMtit,m in tutu- WV r-isni partienlarly 1,, ~i,rl. .faun Hint ritiw. thy 'nnmiraUr I'lttt- In tin liit-- ilnnvtmr, on tlr: Voluiitarv l>riuoii>lc< j Nnturai Amatnr, «/irf Mr MciiroV <:e'>lug> ">'o. 3. 71,,: tiruritiiimof tlie Muutit ]S,trl;,r It-rl strl imsi *. uunubtie iuifnti, /,.- V owrf tin Mu-dur,. ~r r..'«. tw,«* it i, i?/,.«<;.Y/ thnlt t.i- rmniHit!/'.: Ai tin' matt.r in r. fmwv 1., Iliroudwt o.IUU- < olonial Itolonisl f« the rmlwtuftlfpanhm ),n, 1.t,, Irwght under the untie,- of the <iur.rw.r It/ 11,'tm, Joint, Fm., J.P., uv nud nut imUUh !!„• ttt.it .if S. C. and I'llllo.

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CATTLE BRANDING AND SCAB IN SHEEP ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

CATTLE BRANDING AND SCAB IN SHEEP ACTS. It will afford the colonists very great pleasure to learn that (woof tl-e tno.st cUborattly itiis cliicvotis lav.fi « f Colonel Cl.iwlor have already becu suspended by Govern< r <?f>^y, ai:d that tho Cruelty tn Animal* and Scab in Sheep abominations arc no rcore. In taking this stop, Governor Grey has Riven ilcviJcd proof •>'/' tn«T.?]«' tliut iie was aware <>f tlie liairas*iii£ cl.aiactcr of botli tlicu absurd ntC3Mircs, and their incllicicucy f.r any purpose bovoj:d encouraging; informers and posteiing the colonists ; but abu of tlic impolior, in ,1 young and, as yel, thinly peopled country, of feUcrinr its progress by inquisitorial regula tions, or of a Government interfering with matters at all which inig'ut nmeii more safely be K-ft to the adjustment of the set ilers them selves. If we «1« not greatly nih'u^prciicnd His I'sccllencj's views, Itis attention will be di rected to subjects of higher pu...

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BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

BANKRUPT AND INSOLVENT ACT. An Act for giving Relief to Imprisoned Insolvent Debtors mid to make piovisioii .for the Admi nistration of the Estates of itisulicul Debtors in South Australia. \ Whereas tliere are divers person!) now confined in t!it; Gaol vf Urn Province ami utlicr.; may Iroai time to lime tie imprisoned therein for debt and it U expedient and necessary to make provision for the relief of such of them its nix- willing to surrender all their estate and effects for the bene lit of their creditors aud nlso to make provision lot compelling such insolvent persona a? may be unwilling to do so to pive u;> nil tlieir estate for the benefit of their creditors :md alsn to provide generally fbrtlie adminis'i.ttimi of tlie estates of insolvent persons lie it therefore Kriacfed &c. Tlmt f!i? Suprprre Court of tti« Province shall li • ? C.niil o( In solvency and shall hwe a (.■jimiissinmT or Cnin missionefs to lie, trom tt>r.u to turn* npuointed :i? hereinafter mentio...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 3 July 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Tuesday, June 29. — The schooner Victoria, 28 tons Hutchinson, master, from Kangaroo Island, with stones. Wednesday, June 30—The cutter Sophia Jane, from Hog Bay. Cargo---15 hhds. oil. SAILED. Saturday, June 26—The schooner John Pirie, 100   tons, for the Fisheries. Thursday, July 1—The schooner Mary(s), 60 tons, Capt. Clinch, for Hobart Town. Same day—The barque Countess of Durham, 230 tons, Capt. Johnstone, for Singapore, in ballast. Friday, July 2—The barque Lord Glenelg 368 tons,     Capt. Pullen, for Moulmain, in ballast. WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. COURIER (steamer), 120 tons, Roach, master, in the stream. W. S. Whitington & Co., agents.   ELIZABETH (schooner) 60 tons, opposite Simpson's     Yard, repairing. ROYAL MAIL (schooner), 100 tons, opposite McLaren's Wharf. SOPHIA JANE (cutter), discharging (?) oil. Simpson, agent VICTORIA (schooner), 28 t...

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