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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

PORTUGAL. Lisbon papers to the 22nd April bring accounts of the formation of anew ministry under the direction of Baron du Ribicra Sabroza. The country was [?]. In the provinces bordering on Spain, the 3li^uelite jiariy are tntirely dis pirsed, owing to the inirea-rd energy of the constitutional authorities.— Sterling Journal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

* XXIII And be it further enacted, That it       shall and may be lawful for His Majesty, by and   with the advice of his Privy Council, to frame,   constitute, and establiish a Constitution or Con stitutions of Local Government for any of the       said provinces possessing a population of fifty         thousand souls, in such manner, and with such           j !',•;'....!,'."-:.;■•, ',-'uW.■•■■■■'■■' ''•"■■: ■ i 'iV...',::.',«"..:" ";• ' •:■' '■.••:.'. •: • ..: 1.... i 1 ; i-.-ivi- . n ■: ;■•■ ■ '■■ i■■ '.'■■ ■ :•/:•■! ■•: ■■- j i ..,.!.;: • 5... : c . ;.u:'..:i y. ' ■>: r.:.u l'i.i.;:ice cr : r^.w::..vs. CARPENTERS' WAGES —The carpenters, it appears, although about the best-paid mechanics in the colony, were dissatisfied with the wages which they have for some ...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

CHINA. FROM a Canton paper we learn that the trade with China is again opened. The Vice-<*> -roy demanded of the British resident at Ca[?]on that all the opium should be delivered up and <k-lnnril, Mini said tli;it a diiiijiciisiti'M wo.iM ho iiru'/ liy tlio lirilisli 2't\i;!'iif t< ( tlio lit,!)). «t< i\,v ■■■< «i..in<r. Si'VMiioen Jliou-auddir..;.-, «C djiiiim •,vTi-;ii-c.?B-ilin^lyi!.i;?^i\ii (.illioi.iiimi-o amliniiii.-s, :nnl wciv i«i:cil lor iJtv? re o'uniif;'<f llu-ti-jile, f-tr ?ho ivillhl:vin-in?tiu« Imi!; aiiil u-iianH Minonnc'i'M'f ;!io (armies', .miml ;,•: .litii:l.:- i!i.!vlii|s:jt Wii.m^.vi •-! roo.-iw nnd •"!;-• '• •■Tjyu —liv* oi i!i!iiii;.:(M{loii {<> ;ukl ■■'■'■ Uc-h\% <iju«n t.i :;;1 f<:rei(iin.'Vs in .■•:\ns\\ iii-llx-iilu.il-- -.JMvilioi! hy ■ :'.•'. ji^ith'-oiimvnu'il in jlio<.)iiiiiii ~,: ~ . .; yuiaiioii of tlie >'..ri'i{;iiiTs ii'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

A !!rxTi:u in tiii: I'ltAiiiH'—" Well!" sai<l Cheney, niter lie liiiil cooked clio trniit In m turn, .md jil-i«v«la|i]ii?ii/i.iv<l f juicy tfVlluw ujioti a c)e;in tvij-.tr rliiji b.lore earli <>l' 'uf=. with an i.cumi |iai.imciit of ro.i-t ]<nlatoa>s uf<\ c.tjiila! wlicaten iirvicl—"now, i>u't this ln.tt<-?" tlian tiikiiiL' \mir iiiiiin-r !~l;iit •!]• in a close m<>m?" " Certainly, Jiilm," *.tiil 1, ":ii)ii?i «?u;lit ih'vit to |ro into v liiiiiM-f\i-4'|it iioS ill, and wi^.!i"-> to v.-i- it as ;ui liosjhci^ ." " Well, niw, J ilrni'l Uiiow \v<ift)icr ynii (if tn utmost in saying tlnit, Imt lliat's ji«l my Wiiy <if tl:inI.;ii'ir. Twice i liav <• ii|> iiiiiiling iitiii takoti to a liirm ; lint lalwiiv- cct >ii'lc alter Jimij: loii r r in li<ju-« >. I <lon't «~lt-«-|? in tiuni: :i!ij fdiiictiiiK'v wlit'ii I iro to >'iy liu'iulv, l...

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SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. GLENSWILLY, (ship), (632 tons, from Greenock outside . GEORGIANA, (ship), 440 tons, from Leith—   descharging cargo. Sails for Sydney in a few days. Capt. Walker, agent.   ASIA, (barque). 5?? tons, from London—. discharging cargo. ?. B. Gorrat, agent. SOMERSETSHIRE, (barque), 440 tons, from       London—discharging cargo. Capt. Walker, agent.   MARY RIDGWAY, (barque), 217 tons, from   London—clearing out for Sydney. Agent—J.     Morphett. LADY EMMA, (barque), 135 tons, from Laun-         ceston—returns after discharging. Captain   Walker, agent. LOUISA, (brig), 181 tons, from Sydney—re- turns to-morrow. Captain Walker, agent.   FREAK, (brig), 201 tons, from Sydney—pro-     ceeds to the Mauritius after discharging. Capt.   &...

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IMTORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

IMPORTS. Sept. 2.—The barque PRINCE GEORGE, Capt. F. B. Chilcott, from Calcutta 170 packets ginger, 1 bale blankets, 5 chests assorted, 2 chests cigars, 95 robins, 50 jars dates, 14 robins almonds, 31 bags doll, 20 bales gunny bags, 1 chest green tea, 1 box wax candles, 1 box loat sugar, 2 pack-     ages gunny cloth, 1 box treasure, 101 shanks,     ditto in 2 chests, 40 casks bread, 1 bag [?], 2 bags khur, 1 case harness, &c. 1 box 1 case sundries, 1   case wearing apparel, 1 case 1 bale carpets, 74 hhds jagger, 4 cases tobacco, 2 cases shoemaker's ware,         1 case shawls, 1 case hose, 1 case toys and caps, 1 bundle caps, 29 bales gunnies, 33 cases oil, 14 cases soap, 18 casks 4 bags grain, 10 tierces beef,     5 partels pork, 25 cases hog's-lard, 80 bundles twine, 2 cases marble, 8 cases candles, 1296 bags rice, 1082 bags 3 hhds ...

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M A R K E T S. SOUTH AUSTRALIA SEP, 20 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

M A R K E T S. SOUTH AUSTRALIA SEP, 20 Flour, &c.—Flour best 65l to 70l. per ton; oats 11s. to 12s. per bushel; bran 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel; rice 3d. per lb.; four pound loaf 3s. Vegetable—Potatoes 30l. to 35l. per ton;   do. per lb 3d. to 4d.; turnips 1s. per bunch,   cabbage and lettuce 3d. each; carrots 5d per lb.;       radishes 3d. per bunch. Meat.—Beef 10d. to 1s. per lb.; mutton 1s. to 1s. 2d. per lb.; veal and pork 1s. 3d. per lb. Dairy Produce.—Butter fresh 2s. 9d. to 3s.       per lb.; do. salt 2s. to 2s. 6. per lb; cheese 2s. per lb; eggs 4s. per dozen. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AUG. 31. Launceston—.Flour, first quality 70x. per 100   lbs: seconds 65s. per 100lb.: wheat 25s. to 30s.       per bushel; barley 7s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel; oats 6s. to 7s. per bushel' rice 4d. to 5d. per lb; tea 10l. to 15l. per chest, be...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: Saturday, SEPTEMBER 14, 1839. THE PAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

Adelaide, Saturday September 21 1839 THE LAST GAZETTE     LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL —The Council met on Tuesday last. George Hall, Esqr. having been appointed to [?] [?] Assistant Commissioner of Public Lands, took the pre- prescribed oaths as a member of council. A Bill   entitled "An act for the raising and organ- izing a Police Force in the province of South       Australia," was laid on the table, read a second     time, and ordered to be brought up for third     reading yesterday. A Bill entitled "An Act         to facilitate the apprehending in South Austra-             lia of convicts entering from the neighbouring     penal settlements," was brought up from com-     &amp...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. Late last night, and after our English news was in type, we received London papers by the Anna Robertson, Captain Munro, arrived yesterday afternoon, in the 25th May, and advices have been received up to the 2nd June. We have scarcely had time to look over them yet, but it does not appear that there is any intelligence of much interest which we could add to our English news elsewhere. The Houses of Parliament had adjourned     during the holydays.   The Queen's birthday was celebrated with the usual splendour on the 23rd May.         The news from France represented things as   being still quiet—no further disturbance having   taken place. The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland was sitting in Edinburgh. ENGLISH FUNDS—[?]      

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EXTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

EXTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL THE brief allusions we have made to this sub- ject having excited the attention of the colonies in a remarkable degree, we feel it to be our     duty to examine more fully, and in all its bear-   ings, a question of such vital importance to the peace and welfare of the Province, so that when the time comes for an expression of the public   voice—and that time is at hand—we shall have     to deal not with rash theories, but with a plan so matured and well-considered, so suited to our     exigences, so undeniably just in its principles,   so simply practical in its operations, and withal     so certainly beneficial in its tendency and results,   that no opposition from any quarter can hope to   stand against it. Let us at the outset, however,   be distinctly understood ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

LOCAL NEWS. SURVEYOR GENERAL.—Lieutenant Frome, of the Royal Engineers, who has been appointed Surveyor-General of the proince, arrived by the Recovery on Wednesday. He has brought with him a detachment of Sap-     pers and Miners for the assistance of the survey department. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES - Mr G. M.   Stephen, having been permitted to resign the Commission of the Peace and the Chairmanship   of the Bench of Magistrates, a meeting was     held on Monday to elect a Chairman, when   the Hon. the Advocate-general, Robert Bernard, Esq., was elected to the office.       MR. HAWDON. - In the List of Passengers   by the Ariadne last week, Mr Hawdon's     name was by mistake inserted. That gentle-     man, we understand, is still in Adelaide.   OVERLAND EXPEDITION.— As we were going to press last week, we ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Fides and several communications and articles of news stand over till our next. Q. in the Corner is rightly informed. The fact has been ascertained since the trial, and it can be proved that the individual alluded to was at the Colonial Secretary's Office on the   Sunday forenoon in question.

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FRANCE. INSURRECTION IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

FRANCE. INSURRECTION IN PARIS. On Sunday the 12th May, between three and four hundred men, dressed in blouses and caps, appeared in the streets of Paris— they attacked a gunsmith's shop and robbed it of areas, &c.; then proceeded to the Palace of Justice and the Hotel     de Ville—attacked and tookt he military posts there. These, however, were quckly re-taken by the municipal guards, and the revolution passed on to the Quartier St. Martin. There it pillaged the gunsmiths' shops, and by trowing over om- nibusses, &c., erected barricades in the Rue St. Jacques de la Boucherie. These were immediately destroyed by the troops, and all points of attack re-occupied. The revolution now retreated to the   Rue St. Avoye. The municipal guard on foot and horse-back were th only force opposed, but the revolution had now continued an hour or two. Marshal Gerad took the command of the garrison of Paris, the artillery was summoned from Vin- ce...

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VAN DIEMENS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

VAN DIEMENS LAND. THE all-engrossing topic of the neighbouring colony is the present high price of provisions. The papers are loud in their outery against Government for its lassitude on the subject. The present prices are, however, looked upon as merely fictitious—the effect of a monopoly   among the grain dealers. The Colonial Times of the 3rd September says— "We can assure our readers, on authority which   may be relied on—authority which is highly respectable, intelligent, and quite disinterested— that above fifteen ships, laden with grain, from the various ports of the Indian Ocean, may be expected in these colonies in all October; and that the nature of the weather alone prevents their more speedy arrival. We learn, also, by letters received, from Boston, United States, that the   crops in that countrywere so abundant, that the   price of wheat fell to half a dollar per bushel, and potatoes to threepence per cwt.; and that th...

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NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

NORFOLK ISLAND. By Dr. Ullathorne. This pretty little island is 1000 miles from Sydney. It is about twenty-one miles in circum- ference of volcanic origin, and one of the most beautiful spots on the universe. Rising abruptly on all sited but one from the sea, clustering columns of bay'salt spring out of the water, securing at intervals its endurance with the strong architecture of God. That one side presents a low, sandy level, on which is placed that penal settlement which is the horror of men. It is approachable only by boats, through a narrow bar in the reef of coral, which, visible here, invariably circles the island. Except the military guard, and the various officers and servants of govern- ment, none but the prisoners are permitted to reside on the island; nor, unless in case of great emergency, can any ship but that of government showing the secret signals be permitted to ap- proach. The island consists of a series of hills and vallies, curiously interfolded, the greed ridge...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. ADELAIDE:—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley-street, where Orders   and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price,   per annum (52 numbers), £2 12s. if called for—£2 16s when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s., and 3d. for every additional line. The South Australian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by         whom orders and advertisements will be received: Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan. Launceston—Mr. George Fisher, Wharf.   Sydney—Mr. Tegg, George-street London—Messrs. Black and Armstrong,     Foreign Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel- lington-street, Strand. £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd. 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Ditto, Ashby, p barrel 8 10 0—9 0 0   &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

ADVERTISKMKNTS. t&fAII advertisements hiii.il hr paid for prevh us to insertion. unless fonr.iriM i><> s>i<7. <>f *"« Jrirnds as liare ofuu.-il wnnthhj account* <<> the itf.icv; and Adrrrtisirf are r.</«<-'•</ jinrlii'iilarii to uotuv. llt<<t lolcertisiiiients one. inserted «•/// In; nmthi'ieil mid elioiynl .for unless roiiiili.rmamliil by si* o'Wiir.'i <>« Tin"*' dvi/ rreitiwj. _ FOR SVI)>-'EV. To Sail in about ten </<7i/.«. '4*^s^ 'P II fi splendid At coppered firraSSr^ ■* !ll|ri «"<?l'l"'r ♦-•■^t«-*i€«il sliip fiwvlfflgfe. <:i.r.xs will y, i?>ton' ejsoSflSr 10-ir-ui, mid i<?iu? tons imiklk'h. proved licrs.cU one of the JaMPst sailing vessels out of Hiitain. Having spacious pnup, ami irroat heipht beuven decks, her accommodation for pus-enters i< •►•' ? decidedly su...

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ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

ENGLISH NEWS THE Glenswilly, from Greencock, brings no English mail, and the mail by the Recovery has not been received at the time we write (Friday afternoon). Through the kindness, however, of Messrs. Murray, Grieg, and C0., and another gentleman, we have been favored with papers to a late date in May, from which we make extracts. THE MINISTRY. Our last news from England brought intel- ligence of the resignation of the Melbourne Administration. After their resignations had been received by the Queen, her Majesty sent for Sir Robert Peel and the Duke of Wellington, and had communication with them regarding the formation of a new Ministry. Sir Robert and his Grace undertook to form a new one accordingly, and, in the course of coversation with her Majesty, Sir Robert mentioned that he sould expect to have the power of dismissing the female branches of her Majesty's household; but, after consideration, the Queen objected to   this, and the consequence was that Sir Robert ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

BIRTHS. At Lizard Lodge, O'Halloran Hill, on Saturday the 14th instant, the Lady of Captain O'Halloran of a daughter. On Sunday the 15th instant, Mrs. T. P. Addison, of a daughter.   On Monday last, the Lady of T. Myles, Esq., of Rundle-street, of a son.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 September 1839

SALKS BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION   liV Mlt. J. IUCHAIUtSGX. On Tiii-silay Ji.xi. SfiiKinbcr'24. rtt \1 o'clock priviwiy.atl.'is Komas, comer at Kiiij; William -tii'i-t, positively uurcs.rivd fJillK Misieil.:iiw>us cllot'ts of a Gentleman a fcijing' into the Uusli—tx-nsistiug of i! 0 tierces ui'fiuc Irish pork 40 barrels of do. <1 0 . 10 tons of potato* (ienlkinen's japan dressing easws Sijuarc topped Janlliorns iireail 15?>l;ets t-a^h hoxos Tron chest Tea urn, London made (modern) Cliitia lea set A fo?. uf'n.-inusntne china C g-.i'd riias 1 brace of handsome pistols A small quantity of books by the first authors 'lh« Beauties of llandcll, newly arranged by Davy for the piano forte—G vols bound in 3 A laii;-e. iv.u-iral ho\ —4 tuues An pvcflieut violin A ?et of M-ali>s and weifrhts An ~ xceiieni compass in malio^.iny box lamp, suitable for cabin or fable, 2 spare A .ru:lii;io inichine for maizo It)') yds .a;)-8 <ii.jin 1 large i'.i.;...

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