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[FROM THE LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, AUG. 2.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
fFROM THE LAUNCESTON ADVERTIS KR, AUG. 2-1 WE have Cape papers lo, the end of May. Gar file contains full confirmation of Hie massacre «&f Peter Ke.tief, the }e=»der of tre Dutch adventurer;?, at Port Natal, and many of his followers', hy the Caftera. The following account of the dreadful affair, appears in the Zuid Afrikaañ of the 7iU Aprii, extracted from a private letter :- .n Port Natal, March 20, 1838. " Since my last. Natal has been paralyzed with th« intelligence of the tteacherocs massacre by XKogna* ot Itehef and his party, lt appears that. lteiivi* who had succeeded against the ttatnan Chief, went to Dingaan accompanied by 60 Hoers, and .40 out riders, tu deliver up the cattle, &c. taken (.700 cattle 30 guns, »nd about:60 or 70 horses.) and to treat about land. Dingaan promised everything they re quited, and to the last moment seemed toast fi ieudly» On the Gib February, a» they wei« preparing i» saddle up, he proiiosed their taking, rniik, icc. end he woul...
ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
ADELAÏDE PRICE CURRENT. £ ». d. £ «. d. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen. . O 16 0 to 10 0 LondoD. per tihd. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Colonial, .. hud. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce. 5 0 0 6 0 0 fresh, lb. 10.. 1 2 Butter, fresh, tb. 3 6.. 4 0 salt, do. . '2 2.. 3 0 Coffee,'lb.. ?9 .. 10 Candles, moulds, lb....... 1 3 ?dips, do....... 1 0 lia», do_... 3 O .. 40 Casks, «il, per-Jun, ...... 4 O O .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per'foot,... 6 .. 7 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 19 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 10 .. 1 Flour, colonial, per .100 lbs. I 7 0.. 112 0 Hams, per lb.... 13.. 16 Hops, do.. 2 6.. 3 0 Hay, per ton.........10 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron, do..18 O 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel. 8 0... 10 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll.. ll Oil, sperm,.per gallon,.... * j «lack, do. _ 3 6.. 4 0 Porter, per dozen. 16 0 .. 1 0 0 London, bhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. _ 7 Ó 0 .. 8 Ó 0 Pork, per tierce.- 8 10 O .. 9 0 0 Potatoes, ner ton. 12 0 0 .. 18 0 0 Rice, per lb. 2.. 6 Soap, English...
VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
VFSSELB EXPECTED. . Pestoiijee Bomanjeè, 596 tons, to sail bn the 10th May, willi the Governor and suite. David Witton, 270 tons, té sail on the 12th May. Africaine, 350 loos, to kail on the 15th May. Portsea, 451 tons, and Surry. 461 tons, in July. Prince George, 480 tons, the Susan, 577 ton?, and tir» Edward, 568 tons, were also on the berth. " There- are no less than eleven vessels on the berth a* thin time for South Australia ; a number we believe unprecedented even to Sydney."-South Aus tralian Record, April ll.
VALUE OF TOWN LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
VA LOE OF TOWN LAND. WE have again to announce the sales of land that have recently taken place, and we would feel obliged by our friends furnishing us with a list of such sales as they may effec% for pub lication. Town acre 183 Waymouth-street.£225 Ditto 192 ditto . 300 Ditto 181 ditto . 225 One-half 21 North-terrace, with un finishod stone cottage.250 Eight acres on die East-terrace, in a block 840 Acre 678, South-terrace. 100
COMMUNICATION OF CAPTAIN STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
COMMUNICATION OF CAPTAIN STU KT. J Everything emanating from a mind like that of Captain STTJRT'S we consider to be pnblic pro perty, and we have therefore no hesitation in gratifying our readers by the insertion of his . communication to the Acting-Governor. The name of Captain STURT must be ever closely connected with the establishment of South Aus tralia as a province of the empire, and it will be impossible hereafter to advert to the formation and success, of the Colony without reverting to the admirable conduct of an enterprise which .yields to none, whether in the splendid results of which it was die precursor, or in those qualities of mind which ensured its successful termination under difficulties of no ordinary nature. The names of WAKEFIELD arid of STURT must be mlways connected by the true South Australian, and remembered with the gratitude which is due . for services rendered to the country of our birth. The welcome with which Capt. STURT has been greeted will convince h...
ARRANGEMENTS TO RECEIVE HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
ARRANGEMENTS TO RECEIVE HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. THE Speculator sailed on the 5th May, the Afri caine vas then on the point of sailing; and it was understood, that the Pestonjee Bomanjee was adver tised for the 10th May, and would sail on the 20th that month, with his Excellency Col. Gawler and suite. In the course of the ensuing fortnight, the «nival of his Excellency may with confidence be expected. We suggest therefore that a public meeting should be immediately held, to make arrangements for the reception of the new Gover nor, in a manner worthy of the representative of our Queen. We earnestly desire that all political differences may, on taking such a step, be forgot ten, and that his Excellency may be convinced by the hearty unanimity of the feeling with which we receive him, that our love for Old England and her constitution has not diminished ; and that in no colony of the crown could more loyal subjects of the Queen be found, than in the latest; and not the least lovely...
VESSELS IN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
I VE«SKI.S IN IIARBOÜR. Snips.-Effe/i, 5*23 loos, from London, clearing om for .lava.-.1. Newman, agent. Henry Vorcher, 503 tona, from London, clearing Gtit for india.- Beck Sc Co.. agents. f>ARqrE9.-Duke of Roxburghe, 428 tons, from London.«ii*rti.ir-J!qg.- .... a^ct. Merope. 312 toña, from Hobart Town, discharging cargo-J. W aiker, agent. Hope, 200 tou%. from Portland Hay, discharging cattle.-J. B. 6c S. Hack, agents. Lady Emma, Price. 190 tons, from Launceston, clearing out for Launceston tomorrow.-J. Walker, ! agent. j ft RIC*.- David, 200 tons, from London, clearing out for Portland Bay and Hobart Town on Tuesday next.-Bfeck & Co., agent«. . Lady Wellington, from Sydney, condemned. Rapid, surveying vessel. Emma, 1Ö6 ton", from Hobart Town, discharging cargó.-J. B. fcc S. Hack, agents. Speculator, 120 tons, from England, just arrived Beck & Co., agents. SCHOONERS.-Abmpna, 102,tons»from Hobart Town, discharging cargo.-H. C. Hawson, agent. . John Pirie; 105 tons...
ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
I ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. | ABRITAIS. J SEPT. 2.-Schooner Abeona, (lawson, from Hobart Town, with general cargo, and 20 passengers. SEPT. 5.-The brig Speculator, James Munns, from England the 7ih May. with general cargo. SEPT. 6.-The barque Hope, Uart, from Portland. Bay, with stock. DEPAETOltES. SEPT. 2.-The schooner Eagle, Fawthoipe, for Port Fairy and Recherche Bav>
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
&ottt$ertt Stoßtrattan 4Mte. fpHE following Are the fenns of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Saturday morning at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle Street PRICE OF THE PAPER-Gd. per number, or S6s. per annttm. Subscribers hare their papers sent to thew if they desire it. /ÀDVKRTISEMKNTS--'6 lines and under [each insertion] Ss. 6d ; above 6 lines 3d. per line'-Advertisements cannot be received later than Friday ; and orders to : discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot be attended to. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AGKKTS ima THE SOUTHKBW ABST&AUAB. IIOSDOKÎ John Gliddon, Esq , 3 Austin Friars.' Man chester : "The Guardian" Office. fAxdt s *4 The Mer cury " Office, and S. Hëald, Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirk fr» te. Hull: Mr James Purdon, Bookseller. Market Place. .Liverpool : *4 The Liverpool J ou . nal ' Office, 33 Castle Street Bristol:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
Land Office, THE following Section has been Sold during the week ending the 5th instant: Section 9, district B, comprising 80 acres, pur chased by Edmond Trimmer, of Adelaide, Esq.— purchase money £80. J. H. FISHER, &nbsp; Colonial Commissioner. LAND OFFICE, Adelaide, 7th September 1838. Land Office. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Deputy Surveyor, will attend on the 134 acre Sections hereinafter specified, to point out the boundaries, and give possession of such Sections in the order in which they are enu merated, on the days after mentioned, beginning each day with the Section first named, at Ten o'clock in the morning ; and in default of the Proprietors - or their Agents attending, it must be distinctly understood, they will have to take possession at their own risk and expence, Sections.—460, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478,479, 480, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493, 494 on Monday the 17th instant. Sections 495, 496, 497, 498,499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 508, 509, 510, 515, on Tuesday the 1...
THE ARRIVAL OF THE "SPECULATOR." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
THE ARRIVAL OF THE " SPECULATOR." THE Speculator sailed on the 5th May, and we have been favoured with a few numbers of the South Australian Record, from which extracts will be found in anothor part of our paper. A highly eulogistic character of our new Governor is insert ed in the 7th number, and we trust that the pro vince will, under his paternal sway, forget those unhappy dissentions which had their origin in the arbitrary and impolitic rule of his predecessor. We wish, however, that the praise which has been awarded to His Excellency, had been more con &nbsp; nected with his conduct in the cabinet, than re ferable to his exploits in the "tented field." &nbsp; Laurels won at Badajoz, Vittoria, Nive, Nivelle, Orthes, Toulouse; and Waterloo, well and nobly &nbsp; earned as we know them to have been, and forci bly as they appeal to every English breast, are nevertheless but inefficient tests of that capacity for government with which as colonists we are chie...
THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1838. COMMISSIONERSHIP OF PUBLIC LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens euro et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum --HOR. Er., lib. 1, op. I, v.11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY,SEPTEMBER8, 1838. COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS. &nbsp; BY the Speculator we have received private ad vices which render it highly probable that this important office may, by way of experiment, be vested in the Governor for the time being. This arrangement is connected with concessions of the highest importance to the Province, and which wear, in many respects, a most cheering aspect. The Crown may in an unqualified manner be said to have placed the entire management of the Province in the hands of the Commissioners; and &nbsp; the Governor will in a great measure be under their immediate control; and subject to instruc tions emanating directly from themselves. Still, with every disposition to look with confidence on arrangements made by a Board of which Colonel TORRENS is the chairman, we think the scheme highly dangerous and impoliti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
SALES BY AUCTION. .-r--' Closing Sale of Merchandize, dec. , EX I'D ART." HOUSEHOLD FURNÏTURE.SMALL STOCK OF WI NÉS, BROWN HORSE. SADDLE AND BRIDLE COMPLETE. MR. NEALE, begs to announce, he is in- j 1 strutted by Mr. POÏXABI», who is about | 'to depart for Sydney, to offer at his Cottagej ;in GrênYell-strrc:, the whole of the remaining paçkages of Goods, imported in the ** Dart" acid \nher arrivals, Oif MonoAT, TBS IOTH IICST. flunetuaUy at 12 o,elosk, without the feast nveree. Mr. Nf ale takes this opportunity of inviting the attendance of prirate families to this excel lent and useful assortment of Goods, which will li« put up in lots to suit their convenience. The j Stock consists of 2 case* of drills and cántoons i ditto striped Bengals 1 ditto brown-, chicked, and striped shirtings, j . suitable for ladies dresses 3 bales of calico 1 case of cptton, brown and white, men and women's hose and half hose 1 case prints t ditto flannel 30 &lt;tozen very superior large siftedy...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. J [ To the Editor of the Southern Australian. JSiB.-Ia a late number of the Gazette, some one signing himself " An Observer," wishes the public to infer, that certain sections, arb incorrectly mea sured off by the late surveyors. Ñot having the time or the inclination to enter irjtó discussions with: anodythous writers, Í shall brierly bbsetve for the satisfaction of my friends, tbát as «he cf t he Survivors under jCql. Light; 1 do not consider myself, or them, ¡ accountable, lor work not returned as finished by us, in our report ..to the Colonial Commissioner, as is the case with ail the sections enumerated io the commu nication of '* An Observer." Nor vould a nv Stir- ' veyor cuhniit to have his work tested by measure ments made norn a map on the scale of two inches »o a. mile. Sects. 68 and ' 136 contain the. groper quan tity.if the Í ne« are correctly measured on the ground, as désigne»! by the late Surveyor-General. Section 152 does not exceed the tru...
DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 September 1838
DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. A public dinner was yesterday given to our re spected guest, Capt Sturt, by the inhabitants of Adelaide. The dinner was, by the permission of Messrs. Beck & Co. set out in their noble store, in Flinder's Street. Upwards of 100 gentlemen of the &nbsp; first respectability were present, and the coup dé &nbsp; œil of the room was singularly interesting. After the healths of Her Majesty, the Royal Family, the Commissioner, and the Acting Governor, the health of Captain Sturt was proposed by the chairman, John Morphett, Esq., and greeted with the most rapturous applause. Capt Sturt then addressed the meeting in an impressive speech, which the lateness of the hour will not permit us to report, but which we hope to do justice to in the ensuing week. After the various toasts were given, and on the Chairman leaving the room, O. Gilles, Esq. was voted into the chair, and the convivialities of &nbsp; the evening continued to a late hour....
RURAL CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838
RURAL CALENDAR. SEPTEMBER.-September in Australia étends in re lation to the seasons, as the month of March does in the northern hémisphère. Mid-spring in the south ern latitudes tor this year, takes place 23rd Septem ber, at 35 minutes past 4 P. M. The first thing the farmer has to attend to, is the getting his spring seed sowing completed ; after which he should clear his land of the Swede turnip crop as they are raised from the ground, the tops and taproots should be cut off clean, and the turnips removed ia a dry state to an outhouse, or graved and piotected as potatoes are ; if properly put up, they will keep for a considerable period, and will support the store swine till the har vest has been got in, and the fields ready for the swine heards to glean ; as soon as the turnips are off the ground, it may be ploughed and sown with English Barley. If the ground be clean and well broken, this is a good opportunity for sowing it with grass seed-the quantity and kind of seeds must, h...
REGISTER OFFICE AND TRANSFER OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838
REGISTER OFFICE AND TRANSFER OF LAND. THE consideration of this important subject has been latterly forced upon us by a variety of cir cumstances involving great difficulty in both cases. To our certain knowledge, the same land bas been twice sold by unprincipled indi viduals* and there is no end to the embarass ment occasioned by the want of a Register Of fice, where persons could at once obtain the necessary knowledge of the situation of parties desirous of selling or borrowing money on land, or otherwise obtaining credit in mercantile transactions, upon ostensible proprietorship in the land* or buildings thereon erected. In a new. colony like our own, where real property undergoes such sudden and remarkable transitions from hand to hand, and where each week brings its corresponding increase of value and change of proprietors, the establishment of a Register Office founded upon the simple plan -proposed by the Land Commissioner, or some thing like if* becomes vitally necessary for...
THE EMIGRATION AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838
THE EMIGRATION AGENT. FRÍTATE letters in which we place confidence hare reached the Colony by the Speculator, and they speak of Mr. BROWN'S restoration to his office as a certainty. Singularly enough, in addition to the advantage of the statements of the Gazette, the over-anxiety of. Captain HINDMARSH to dismiss this gentleman reacted in his favour. Long before his suspension here, Capt. HINDMARSH wrote home for his removal, but having nothing in his conduct in the Colony to lay to his charge; the request was founded upon a statement that Mr. BROWN had, before, he left England, at one of the meetings of the emigrants at the Adelphi, when the Governor was in the chair, made some motion that involved a censare upon Lord GLENELG. Fortunately for Mr. BROWN,Mr.KINGSTON'S presence in England prevented the success of this attempt By his exertions several individuals who were present on the occasion referred to by the late Governor were found, and they came forward unanimously to state that...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " D.C.'s" letter to N. B. BjiU, Esq., cannot be in serted in our columns,unless ree are first put in pos session of the real name and address of the writer. ll hile we shall always feel it to be our duty, ds independent public journalists, to espose abuses and to curb every overstretch of pouter, tee nish it to be distinctly understood that toe will never suffer our jo u mal tobe d isgracrd by the admission of private quar rels or bickerings. And we consider it no compliment paid io either our judgment or impartiality, to be thought capable of inserting anonymous letters to which the writers are ashamed to affix their own sigjiaturss.