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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. I nEPARTCTRES. SEPT. ll.-The barque Lady Emma, Price, for Launceston, with sundries. SEPT. 14.-The schooner John Pirie, Martin, for Kangaroo Island and Sydney. The brig David will sail on Monday next for Ho bart Town. The barque Merope, we understand, will sail next week for Latinceston The schooner True Love from Launceston, the barque Pero from Syd dey, and the Pestonjee Bornait jee from England, aie daily expected. The cutter Wiiiium (lately employed as a trader between the Port and Kangaroo Island) was driven on shore at YankaJülah Bay about three weeks ago, ina violent gale, and we understand is a total wreck. _j_

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. à. £ $. Aie-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 0 16 0 to 1 0 London, per hbd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 Ashby s, per barrel .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 Colonial,., hhd. .. 7 0 0 8 0 Beef, pertierce.......... 5 0 0 .. 6 0 fresh, lb. 1 0.. 1 Butter, fresh, lb. 3 6 .. 4 salt, do. ........ 2 2.. 3 Coffee, lb..... 9 .. 1 Candies, moulds, lb. 1 3 dips, do....... 1 O wax, do.i 3 0.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun. 4 C 0.. 5 D 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 7 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 19 Colonial, Deals, per foot,. 10 .. 10 Flour,colonial,per 100 lbs. I 7 0.. 112 Hams, per lb.*.... 13,. 16* Hops, do. ............ 2 6.. 3 0 Hay, per ton,.. 10 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron, do. ...._¿»..18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,... 8 0.. 10 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll .. ll Oil, sperm, per gallon, *... black, do. 3 6.. 40 Porter j per dozen......... 16 0 .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 Ö 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 8 0 0 Pork, per tierce,. 8 10 0.. 9 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,. 12 0 0 18 0 0 Rk«,.pej Jb............. 2 ... , 6 Soap, Engli...

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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 15, 1838. "When thou bast tired thyself in base comparisons. hear me speak but this--Mark how plain a tale shall put you down."---Prince Hal. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atqzte deceits euro, et rogo, et omni s in hoc sum --Boa. EP., lib, I, ep. 1, v. ll. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1838. "When thou hast tired tb yself tn base comparisons. hear me sneak but this-Mark how plain a tale shall l>ut yöu doxni.n~-Prince HaL WHENt we published the manifest of the Flying Dutchman a fortnight ago, we did not think that the cargo, interested as the different owners might be in it, could have been landed, cleared, and exposed for sale so soon. To our great astonishment, however, the editor of the Gazette has claimed all the goods shipped under a cer tain mark, and has published an extra half sheet to his paper in order to have room for advertiz ing the bargains. By what authority he has done this we know not, but his conduct reminds us a little of the readiness of poor Sir Andrew Ague cheek, who, on hearing Malvolio in his soliloquy speak of " a foolish knight," immediately ex claims " that's me I warrant you"-and on...

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EXTRACTS. THE NEW SOUTH WALES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

EXTRACTS. THE MEW SOUTH WAXlS BrLL. : Wz bave been fa roo red with the perusal of a private Itter tram London, of date March' 3,1838, contain -fagan outline, together with some account of the propeled New Bill/or tbU colony, whteh it was ex pecttd, at the ffete of the letter would shortly be rafattttted to the* Imperial, Parliament ; and we are 'happy to -bartie Bret to colnraunicate to the public a piece of intelligence of such vast importance to our colonial interests as that Bill implies. Kot to detain our readers a moment longer bn the tiptoe of expecta tion,-we shall first give a brief outline of the proposed Bili, and then state, as correctly as we can, bow it 1 came to assume its anticipated form and aspect* lt is proposed, therefore, *ta divide the colony into rural and-mnnicipal districts, in each of which there "ii te bee Municipal Beard, composed" of fifteen or 1 twenty members ; the number of such districts, to ' be either five or seven, and the qualification of the " me...

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THOUGHT-EXCITINC SENTENCES, FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

I ^ÖUGHT-EXCITINC SENTENCES, j FBOM THE BEST ATJTTîOBiTtES. j T am sent to the ant, to learn industry; to the dove, to learn iunocency ; to the serpent, to learn wisdom ; and why not to the robin redbreast, who chants it as cheerfully in "winter or in summer, to learn equinimify and patience.-Warwick. Inquietudes'nf mind cannot be prevented without first eradicatmg all our t&eliaattons -and passions, the winds and tides that preserve the great ocean of human life from perpetual stagnation.-Jenyns. 'Tis obe of God's blessings that we "Cannot fore know the hour of our death ; for a time'fixed, even beyond the possibility of living, would trouble us more than doth this uncertainly.-offing James, Conversation augment» pleasure, and diminishes pain, by oar having sharers hi either ; for silent woes are greatest, as silent satisfactions least ; since some-; times our pleasure would he npne but for telling of it, and ourvgr'ief insupportable but for participation. WycJierley. The w...

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VAN DIMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

VA» DIfcMEN*8 LAND NEWS. - The Legislative Council does not. tve find, : break up until some day this week ; before which; ' the crack measure t)f the Sessions, the Marriage. Act, will be finally passed. A mon; just, necessary, "andexpedient measure, could not be conceived. No «nan has now to undergo a ceremony to which he has "conscientious scruples. It is a measure, fits ground work being the English law on the subject) which is. conceived in the wisest spirit of an enlightened liber raiiry. lt does justice to all, and injustice to none. The Church of England man can now, aa heretofore, be legally married by the forms of hhrown church ; there is very properly, no interference with his scru ples. But theo the forms of his -church are no longer indispensible -to the- legalhy bf -the nuptial contract, whh those who' are opp^osfed to that churchy - By giving legal validity lo the marriage ceremony, i ' when . performed by recognised ' ministers ot each Christian denomination, can in f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. --? Sale of Linen Drapery, Cutlery, 4*r« §c MR. "NEALE will sell by auction at Mr. , Coleman's store, Franklin-street, on Mon day, September 17th,*a quantity of linen drapery, silks, &c, consisting of gros de naples, chalis and muslin dresses, ladies stays, black and colored silk blockings, white cotton ditto, jaconet and corded muslins, Scotch cambric, cotton, needles, pins, &c. Gentlemen's stocks, neck and pocket handkerchiefs, regatta shirts, and cotton braces, single barn I gun, knives, forks, spoons, garden shears, tailor's, horse, and other scissors, razors and razor sn ops, pruning, pocket, and pen knives, Fleaur's cork screws, nutmeg graters', salad forks and spoons, hair and other . brushes, carpenter's and other pencils, gree?i specks, burning glasses, shoemaker's rules, toys, and vaiious articles, too numerous to mention. And at three o'clock precisely, the Lease of one-fourth of section 138, Currie-street, with a piezey cottage thereon 1...

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PARK LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

PARK LAND. IT is with pleasure we insert the following Order of His Excellency the Acting Governor, re- specting the cutting down the beautiful trees on the Park land. We regret that a necessity ex- isted for such an order, as it showed great want of taste on the part of some of our townsmen. The trees on the Park land are public property, and consequently, it is as much an act of auda- city to injure or destroy them as it would be to enter the private estate of a gentleman and cut down or remove the trees therefrom. Besides, the destroyers of these trees absolutely injure themselves; for if Adelaide continues to ad- vance as it has done the last twelve months, and there can be no doubt on the subject, the Park- land will be called into use for the purpose for which it was originally intended-a place of resort for public recreation ; and then the want of these stately trees will be felt. We con- sider that it would not be half so bad if the trees were cut down or rooted up; but what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

Soutient Omkâttan tàf&tt. THE following Are «lie terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Saturday morning at the Office, corner of Stepbens-place, Handle PRICE OF THE PAPER-6d. per number, or 26». per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it. ' . _ ADVERTISEMENTS-6 lines and under [each insertion] 3s. 6d ; above G lines Sd- per li»e-Advertisements ca-jinotbe 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 oe paid »or in advance. ~ AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHE KN AUSTRALIAN . LONDON \ John Gliddon, Esq., 3 Austin Friars; Man chester: "The Guardian " Office. Leeds s »-The Mer cury " Office, and S. Heald, Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirkgate. Hull: Mr James Purdon, Bookseller, Market Place. Liverpool : " The Liverpool Jon» nal *' Office, S3 Castle street- Bristol: Mr. James Phil...

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LOSS OF THE FANNY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

LOSS OF THE FANNY.   WE thought that we should have been abie to present our readers this week with an account of the loss of this vessel from a source that could be depended upon, but we hope to in- sert it in our next ; in the mean time we are glad to find that Captain GILL has published a state- ment so widely different from that before made, and so much nearer approaching the truth. But why does not Captain GILL tell ALL about the loss of his vessel, and not portions ? it would he the more straitforward course, and if he has been in error why not confess it, he may rest assured all will come out soon, and then what credit will be given to his long speeches and discourses about the Murray ? Captain GILL has made a   discovery and he may be proued of it ; he has discovered the beautiful lagoons running cost- wise from the Murray, south eastward for hun- dreds of miles, and a finer sheet of water was seldom seen ; but the discovery would redound &n...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 September 1838

THE ABORIGINES. WE insert with pleasure the following commu nication of a highly respected friend. In doing so, however, we do not pledge ourselves to ad vocate in toto the principle therein propounded. We wish to see the aborigines cared for, and their rights guarded; but we do not see clearly   that each landed proprietor in the colony should be called upon to give so much per cent, on the produce of the land as a donation to the natives; much less do we see that the natives can Claim such as a right. (COPY.) Adelaide, the 7th of 9th month, 1838; To the Protector of the Aborigines SIR,- Please receive herewith the sum of £3 16s. 6d., being the interest at the rate of 10 per cent., on one fifth of the purchase money of the town land; purchased by me on the 27th Match, 1837, This sum, in accordance with the pledge given by the Colonization Commissioners for this province; and in accordance with the principle therein signified in their first annual report, wherein it is ...

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THE SHIPPING INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

BY the following it will be seen bow anxious the, authorities of New South Wales are to protect the shipping interest in every - possible way. \ Would that the example was imitated by our Government, but no-that interest which ts con sidered one of the first importance in eveiy other commercial country is here entirely neglected. How long are the masters of vessels visiting Pori Adelaide to be left to the mercy of their seamen ? His Excellency laid upon the table a bill for the abolition of lite very oppressive > fees which have hitherto been chargeable upon the registry of vessels in New South Wales, and a bill ipr the adoption of several Acts for the amelioration of thecitminai iaw passed during the last Sesaion of Parliament. Hts Excellency also stared, in reply to some remarks made by Mr. Jones with te«e?eace to the working of the Merchant Seamen's Act, (which ha* been found to he highly injurious io the iuteiests of; the tueican tiie community-toora the impunity with which s...

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FREE MASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

i FHEE »JASON RT. j WE Deg leave to notice to our readers, that the aacientand honorable Society of Masons bave a lodge already established in ibis col my . In this, as in other things, we have taken an unusual stand. This colony can boast, we believe, of a lodge established in England, before the colonists left their mother country ; and they have follow ed out this unprecedented advantage wiih the same zeal and energy that seems to characterise all their movements. G. S. Kingston, Esq., is the Worshipful Master, and a considerable number of our friends have enrolled themselves as members of the body. Of the utility and benefit of these societies, it only becomes mem bers to speak, and at present we caunot boast of this advantage, but we subjoin an anecdote from a contemporary, mat can, we believe, be easily paralleled : Masonic Anecdote-In 1823 a merchant ship be* longing to Sweden was wiecked upon the coast of Afiica, about five hundred miles off Cape Town ; the crew of which (ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO FAMILIES AND DEALERS. fiztenalve and Important Bale. T|¡ra. ANEALE has Jhe honor to announce that ^^^has received iottruction* to seil by pub lic auction, to close fe «ohéignment, a most ex tensive and valuable assortment c* oxjaaoow ima^onnsi ooona, cWbàMHQ ur ONE HüNDREÖ CASES of the most useful and capital lahnes for sum mer wear, besides a lajgè^iantity of «lotiang suitable for labourers and mechanics. - Amongst the assortment will be found, Sat teens, Quütings, Drills, Muslins, Ginghams, (laudkerchiefs, Jeanetts, Velveteens, Vests, Jackets, tic icc. in great variety,_and the whole will be.brought to äe hammer, by periodkad sales, and disposed of absolutely to the highest bidder, in such jots as will suit the private fauoly and the retail dealer* In accordance with the above advertisement, Mr. NEALE begs to announce the first sale will take place on WEDNESDAY next the j 06th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, and con tinued every succeeding Wednesday till fur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

Southern australian Office, TH4-- fol low inf are the tenn« of the SOUTMRRN AU»Tll ALI A N. which M published every Saturday morning at the Office, comer of Stei»beu8-|»lace, Kundle Street PHICR or THK P*PK*---6d. per number, or 86s. per annum ^nhscrihera have their -papen «eut to them if they des re it. ADVKRTISEHEVTS<->6 lines and under [each insertion] Sa. 6d ; above .6 lines 3d... per liiue ^-Advertisements cannoXbe.receivea. laler.tbqn Fj-idav^avd «.rders to disroaturae Advertisements already inserted must lie .eut tn the o«ce1>ef«>re4 o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot b attended to. All «uiiscríptions *>uà advertisements must be paid for ia advauce. ASK NT* -Toa-THE SOO THK RN ACSTEftMAN. ? Lotnma i John Gliddon,Esq -, S Austin Friars; Man chester: "The Guardian " Office- f^eeU: ..The Mer eury "Office.andS.tyeald,Bm.,Surgeon.93Kirkpate. Hull: mr James Purdon, Boolueller.1 Market Place. Ittverpool: " The Liverpool Journal ' Office. 33 Castle street Brut...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

To the Editor of the Southern Australian.     SIR,-The vanity which ordinarily induces in- dividuals to convert the public journals into a species of confessional for the discussion of private wrongs and grievances, ever; in, my opinion manifests a spirit of egotism rather than of wisdom. On this ground, when libellously attacked by the Gazette in November last; and again in a more dastardly manner during my absence in Van Diemen's Land; I abstained from constitu- ting the public my father-confessor, and deter- mined to leave the whole affair to the decision of the ordinary legal tribunals, before whom the case is now pending, and will I trust in November next be decided by a Jury. I had an additional motive for thus acting in reference to the false- hoods published in November, 1837, because I had reason to believe, and am now convinced, that the late Sir John Jeffcott was particeps cri- minis with George Stevenson; the editor of the Gazette, in thè attack...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

BIRTH.— On Sunday, September 2nd, the lady of James Geo. Nash, Esq., surgeon, of a son. BIRTH.— At Adelaide, on the 17th inst., the lady of Robert Tod, Esq., of a daughter.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

CORONER'S INQUEST. ON Sunday last a respectable jury was sum- moned by the Coroner, to enquire into the cause of the death of JOSEPH BRUCE, Esq., who had   expired suddenly on that morning. After the Jury had proceeded to view the body, the Coro- ner stated that it was necessary a post mortem examination of the deceased should take place by medical gentlemen, and he thought the en- quiry had better be postponed to some conve- nient hour on the following day. The Jury ac- cordingly met at ten o'clock on Monday, at the Adelaide Tavern. Mr. Charles Wright, son of Dr. Wright, was the first witness examined. He deposed that Mr. Wilkin- son and Mr. Innis came to him on Saturday night last between 10 and 11 o'clock, and requested that he would immediately go and see Mr. Bruce in conse- quence of his having taken laudanum. Witness im- mediately went with them to Mr. Bruce's tent, and found him in bed, the same bed be died on ; he felt his pulse, and found it scarcely perceptibl...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

Tv the Editor af the Southern Australian. Sm.-la compliance with the remarks in your journal ofihe 15«h inst, I beg to lay: before you all accounts respecting the loss ol the Fanny, and not part*. From;leaviog Van Diemen'* Land on the 9th June, until tile 15th, we carried light easterdiy winds and fine weather : on the 16th. when in lati tude 37° 30' south, and longitude 135° 13* east, we met the first westernty winds. As there was a pro bability of getting Kangaroo Island, 1 hauled to the northward; bul as we approached the island, the weather became very thick, the wind increased to a gale, and squally with rain, rendering ii impossible to make the land ; in consequence of which 1 won to the southward, and hove to under = a. reefed fore sail. On. the 20th, from 15 until 3.30?. SS. it blew a perfect hurricane ; and as tits vessel laboured and became leaky, the yards were sent down from aloft, and etëry thing, done ? to make the vessie! easy. About midnight, on the 20th, the gale br...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 22 September 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT,       To the Editor of the Southern Australian.   SIR.- As one of the Stewards of the dinner given on the 7th inst by the colonists to Captain Sturt,   I beg to express my regret that you have not given a   fuller report of the meeting, or at least the speech of our guest on that occasion; and I regret it the more as the editor of the Gazette has, as usual, made it the vehicle of his customary slander and falsehood. In contradiction to a few of his false and garbled state ments, I beg to say —First, that Colonel Light's rea- son for not presiding was well known to nearly every body viz. his ill health and his anxiety not to delay a day in the completion of the Survey of the Harbour. This appears by the letter written by him and pub- lished in your last number. 2ndly. Mr. .Morphett   did not take the chair in the double sense this insinua tor of...

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