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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. LACKLAND. GENTLEMEN—In common, I believe, with every well-wisher to South Australia, I cannot suffi- ciently deplore the unhappy divisions so long ex- isting in this colony; they cannot but have a tendency to injure the best interests of the settlers, and will turn out, in the long run, a serious obstacle to the progress and prospects of society. One of the worst effects to be apprehended from these unfortunate schisms will be an immediate check to that spirit of emigration upon which the future greatness and prosperity of the colony so materially depend; and I am far from certain, that a handle will not also be made by tbe British Ministry out of these wild bickerings to curtail the privileges of the community, to resume pos- session of the territory, and finally to do away with the whole system of Colonization Commis- sioners. Instead of irritating, it should therefore be the endeavour of all moderate and jud...

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THE BARQUE "HOPE." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

THE BARQUE " HOPE." Your obedient servant JOHN HART, Master of the Hope THE Hope takes a great number of horned cattle and sheep to South Australia. From the crowded state of the decks, thirty head of cattle died, and their carcases were seen floating in the Paramatta River, near Kissing Point— Australian. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette, Barque Hope, February 28, 1838. GENTLEMEN—Having seen in a late number of   the Australian (Sydney newspaper) a paragraph stating that the barque Hope had lost thirty head of cattle before leaving Sydney, in consequence of the crowded state of the decks, I beg leave, through the medium of your columns, to point out the error of the Sydney editor. In the first place we never had more than ninety-six on board, horses and yearling heifers included; and ten   head of cattle died before there were seventy on board. The Hope is fitted to carry 110 — the same number as the Lady of the Lake brought safely from Twofo...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER SATURDAY. MARCH 10. 1839. THE INJUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER SATURDAY. MARCH 10. 1838. THE INJUNCTION. Mr. Resident Commissioner FISHER has completely broken down in his attempt to per- suade the Supreme Court to sanction a de-   parture from the instructions of the Commis- sioners. His Honor the Judge yesterday con- firmed the injunction which Mr. FISHER had attempted to set aside. On Tuesday, the learned gentleman came into court, backed with the Surveyor General's affidavit and— his own (!) to move for the immediate disso- lution of the injunction granted against his il- legal proceeding's, as reported in our last. He spoke for some time in rapport of his motion, and certainly displayed on the occasion about the same acquaintance with law or legal pro- ceedings as he had started the uninitiated public with in the case of his clients STEPHENS   or WRIGHT. The gobe-mouches of his party were of course delighted with the exhibition; for, according to Mr. Fisher, his own pro- ceedings had been per...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

MARRIAGE. March 4. —Edmund Parsons to Ann Fielder.

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTATION OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTATION OF SHEEP. WITHIN the last few weeks we have had an accession to our stock of sheep to the extent of nearly 5000, the greater part of which have been either imported from Launceston directly by our spirited Colonial Treasurer, Osmond Gilles Esq., on his own account, or consigned to him by his Tasmanian friends. We rejoice to add that generally speaking the stock has not only been excellent in quality, but landed with   trifling loss and in good condition. Several hundred prime wethers were landed from the Giraffe and other vessels almost fit for the   butcher. This vessel lost only thirteen out of   500; while the Eagle, which has just arrived consigned to Mr. Gilles, has only lost three out of 850. The Siren is the only vessel that has been singularly unfortunate, having lost in     her last two trips considerably more than half   her cargo. The Siren was consigned to Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 10 March 1838

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE.           ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette signed by the proper authorities, are to be con- sidered official and obeyed as such. By command, T. B. STRANGWAYS, Colonial Secretary pro tem Adelaide, March 7, 1838.   IN consequence of having received the following Requisition, I do hereby convene a MEETING for the purpose therein mentioned to be held at the Resident Magistrate's Court-House, on WED- NESDAY the 14th instant, at one o'clock pre- cisely—at which Meeting it is expected that His Excellency the GOVERNOR will take the Chair. S. SMART, Sheriff. Adelaide, South Australia, March 5, 1838 Sir—-We the undersigned Members of Council, Magistrates, Clergymen, and Land Owners request you will call a MEETING of the INHABITANTS of this Province at an early day, for the purpose   of addressing Her Most Gracious Majesty upon Her Acccession to the Throne; and of c...

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ODD READINGS NEAR PALL-MALL. [From the Sunday Times.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

ODD READINGS NEAR PALL-MALL. (From the Sunday Times. ) Try Sir Francis Burdett—Ladies' boot and shoemaker. Mrs. Graham will, on Whit Monday, make—A good After-piece. Lost a double barrelled—Bishop of Exeter. King's Theatre Opera House: Mdlle Grisi will —Take Morison's Pills!—all this week.     A Select Vestry will be held at—The Coal Hole, Strand, Chair taken at 12 o'clock every night. The Rev. Dr. Black will, on Sunday next— Jump Jim Crow, at the Spafields Chapel. To be sold by auction—Mdle. Duvernay's— Finely carved legs, &c, catalogues 1s. each. Sir A. Agnew—Hypocrite every night. John Reeve will make his first appearance at the—British and Foreign Temperance Society, at Exeter-hall, on—Patent Brandy, Rum, Gin, and —Beaver Hats. 16s. each. Excursion to—The Devil on Two Sticks—and back before sunset. Mdlle. Grisi and Mrs. Bishop's—Child-bed Linen Warehouse, 101, Oxford-street. Surry Gardens: The whole of the beasts, con-   sisting of ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. March 13.—Barque Lady Emma, Hurst, master, from Launceston, with passengers, stock, and cargo. March 14.—Barque Merope, Clinch, master, from Twofold Bay, with stock. March 14.— Schooner Tamar, Bowden, master, from Launceston, with passengers and stock. March 15.—Schooner Abeona, Tyndale, master, from Hobart Town, with passengers, stock, and cargo. DEPARTURE. March 12.—Schooner Eagle, Fawthorp, master, for Launceston. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. March 18.—Schooner Tamar, Bowden, master, for Launceston. March 18.—Barque Lady Emma, Hurst, master, for Launceston. March 18.—Barque Merope, Clinch, master,   for Twofold Bay. We stop the press to announce the arrival of the Hartley, from Launceston, with 1200 sheep, 50 head horned cattle, horses, &c.—Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bryan, Mr. Handcock, Mr. James Fisher, and Mr. Fordham.

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LATEST WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. HOBART-TOWN, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

LATEST WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. HOBART-TOWN, MARCH 2. Beef, Sydney, p Ib 0 0 5 @ 0 0 5½ Barley, English, p bushel 0 6 0 0 0 0 Ditto, Cape 0 4 6 0 5 0 Butter, Irish, p lb 0 1 7½ Coffee ditto 0 0 9 Cheese, English, per ditto 0 0 0 0 1 0 Colonial, ditto ... 0 0 10 0 1 0 Candles, English, ditto ... 0 0 10 0 1 0 Colonial, ditto 0 0 8½ 0 0 9 Sperm, ditto 0 2 6 Cedar, per foot 0 0 2½ 0 0 3 Deals, per foot 0 0 0 0 0 9 Currants, ditto 0 0 7 Figs, ditto 0 0 5 0 0 6 Flour, Colonial, per ton ...18 0 0 20 0 0 Hams, Westphalia, p lb 0 0 10 0 1 0 Yorkshire, ditto ... 0 0 10 0 1 0 Hides, ditto 0 0 2½ Hops, p lb 0 0 6 0 1 3½ Iron, Eng. assorted p ton 13 0 0 14 0 0 Leather, Col. sole p lb ... 0 0 9 Maize, p bushel 0 5 0 0 5 6 Mustard, p dozen lbs 1 4 0 1 6 0 Porter, Elliot's, per hhd ... 5 0 0 5 5 0 Ditto, Taylor's, per ditto ... 5 5 0 5 10 0 Pork, Irish, & barrel 5 0 0 5 5 0 Ditto, Hambro' ditto 4 15 0 5 0 0 Potatoes, per ton 5 10 0 6 0 0 Raisins Cape, p lb 0 0 4½ Rice, bag 1 5 0 Rum, W. I. ...

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PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

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 Editor, will be received. Price, per annum, (52 numbers) £1. 6s. if called for—£1 10s. when delivered or sent by Post Advertisements, not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 3d. for every additional line. Orders and Advertisements will be received by the following Agents: Mr. Daniel Simpson, Port Adelaide. Mr. Henry Dowling, Launceston, V. D. Land. Mr. Wild, 13, Catherine Street, Strand, London. Mr. Capper. South Australian Office, London. It is also filed by Messrs. T. Gibbs and Co.. Seedsmen, corner of Half Moon Street, Pic- cadilly. £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd 10 10 0 to 11 11 0 Ditto, Ashby, p barrel ...10 10 0 — 0 0 0 Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's,} 1 0 0— 1 1 0 p dozen }               Ditto, Colo...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CRIMINAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CRIMINAL LAW. THE following is a list of offences still punishable with death by the recent acts for the amendment of the Criminal Law:—1. High treason 2. Mur-   der.—3. Attempting to murder, by administering to, or causing to be taken by, any person poison or destructive thing.—4. Attempting to murder by stabbing, cutting, or wounding, or by any means whatsoever causing to any person any bodily injury dangerous to life.— 5. Rape.—6. Unnatural offences.—7. Piracy, whenever accom-     panied with any attempt to murder any person— 8. Robbery of any person, accompanied with an attempt to murder the person robbed, by stabbing, cutting, or wounding.—9. Burglary (that is,   housebreaking between nine o'clock at night and   six in the meriting), accompanied with any at- tempt to murder any person in the house, or if any person in the house shall be stabbed, cut, wounded, beaten, or struck by the burglar.—10....

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

NEW SOUTH WALES. THE JUBILEE.—The 26th January completed the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of this colony. To Australia the completion of her fiftieth year was an occasion well deserving of being celebrated with some demonstration of popular joy and colonial pride. The shops and public offices were closed; business for one day   was laid aside; and one universal feeling of holi- day gladness and congratulation seemed every where to prevail. The great point of attraction and pleasure during the day was the Regatta. About eleven o'clock a.m. the steam-boats began to get in motion, crowded with pleasure parties, intending to spend the day sailing through all the creeks and bays of Port Jackson. The new iron steamer was also afloat. The Australia was en- gaged by a party of natives, and admission on board of her on that day was restricted to such as had procured tickets from the committee of gen- tlemen, who had engaged her for themselves and a select party. A larg...

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NEWSPAPER READERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

NEWSPAPER READERS. The Americans are really a very droll people The following sketch from one of their journals is original in style, and much nearer the truth then some of their curious literary extravagancies. Muiatis mutandis. Our professional brethren will find it a tolerably faithful statement of the opinions they are accustomed to hear on this side of the water :— A believes he shall discontinue his paper because it contains no political news. B is decidedly of opinion that the same sheet dabbles too freely in the political movements of the day. C don't take it because it is all on one side. D whose opinion it generally expresses, does not like it because it is not severe enough upon the opposition. E thinks it does not pay due attention to fashion- able literature. F cannot bear the flimsy notice of idle writers. G will not suffer a paper to lie upon his table which ventures to express an opinion against slavery. H never patronises one that lacks moral courage to expose the e...

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

THE NATIVES. SOME excitement has arisen during the past week in consequence of the murder of a white man by the natives, and an attempt, supposed to have been committed by the same party, to spear Captain Burns of the Giraffe, on his way from the Port to Adelaide. From the enquiry we have made we have reason to be- lieve that the parties who committed these atrocities were strangers belonging to a tribe at the head of the Gulf, and generally in a state of hostility to the friendly natives of our immediate neighbourhood. It was most pro- perly considered by the Colonial Government important to repress any attempt on the part of individuals to retaliate on the natives gene- rally for the misconduct of one or two mis- guided persons. The Governor's proclamation on this subject has been censured, at we think, with some degree of unnecessary asperity, be- cause blame is therein imputed to "certain   colonists" whose behaviour to the natives has been inconsiderate, to say the...

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THE SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

THE SURVEY. WHENEVER Mr. Resident Commissioner an- nounces that the country sections are ready for the occupation of the settlers, the injunction obtained against his proceeding to ballot for priority of choice will be withdrawn. Let the colonists, therefore, bear in mind, that the cause of their being kept out of their land still rests where it did—with Mr. Fisher and the   Surveyors.

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IMPORTATION OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

IMPORTATION OF STOCK. WE understand that a mixed herd of about 1800 head of horned cattle may be expected via Twofold Bay and Portland Bay, the avant couriers of which have been already imported in the Lady of the Lake and the Meropa from the former port. Contracts have now been entered into to furnish and deliver each head of stock alive at Port Adelaide at about £15 per head, payable on delivery, including well- trained draft bullocks, so that we may congra- tulate our brother colonists in the prospect of obtaining working cattle on reasonable terms, and upon the price of cart hire being consi- derably reduced. If we add to this the sup- plies that are expected overland, we have the satisfaction to anticipate that the effect of so much laudable competition will enable the agriculturist to provide himself with adequate materiel to commence operations when put in possession of his country land. It is now of more consequence than ever that the surveyors bestir themselves to have the ...

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ANOTHER MANIFESTO FROM MESSRS. FISHER & CO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

ANOTHER MANIFESTO FROM MESSRS. FISHER & CO. WE find the following strange farrago in a late number of the Tasmanian, a Hobart Town print; and we re-publish it for the purpose of shewing our readers, as Mr. FISHER would say, "the lengths to which a base party can be   carried in supporting their views." It is un- necessary to point out the falsehoods of which it is composed, as these are as apparent as they are gross and unmeasured. The article itself bears intrinsic marks of joint authorship. Messrs. Gouger and Mann seem to have sup- plied the facts; and the lying story of the latter gentleman's "provisional resignation" is no doubt his own especial handywork; and   Dr. Lhotsky, we suppose, has worked up the material in his own fashion. The article re- ferred to as being printed at Sydney —"the   press in the colony, being that of the Gazette, in the hands of Mr. Stevenson"—was sent to our printers by Mr. Edward Stephens, cashier of the...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records.""?—SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. " Trivial fond records."" —SHAKESPEARE. VOYAGE INTO TERRA AUSTRALIS.—The pos-   sibility of being conducted by circumstances on the progress of discovery to the Laputa of Gul-   livier, the Mezzorania of Gandentio di Lucca, or the Fotu of Nicis Kline, would have been re- garded by Swift, Berkeley, and Holberg as an absurdity, and as such laughed at. Almost equally fabulous in the middle of the seventeenth century would have appeared a residence in Australia, which, at that time, was made the subject of an [?] amusing or instructive, far more                   [?] first quoted. In the year           1692 [?] "A voyage into Terra           Australis, by James Sadeur." The hero, after     [?] adventure as extraordinary as any           [?] colony [?], is by one of them       [?] where meeting with           [?] wisdom, he is by him           [?] as doctrines and customs             of the country. The objects of the allegory ...

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SUPREME COURT. Friday March 16. His Honor the Chief Judge, HENRY JICKLING, Esq., took his seat at 11 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

SUPREME COURT. Friday March 16. His Honor the Chief Judge, HENRY JICKLING, Esq., took his seat at 11 o'clock. Fisher, Resident Commissioner, v. Thomas and another.—Mr. WIGLEY shewed cause against   a rule obtained ex parte, on Friday last, by Mr. FISHER, Resident Commissioner, against Messrs. Robert Thomas and Co., as printers and publishers of the South Australian Gazette, for an alleged libel contained in an article pub- lished in that journal on the 24th February last, headed "Most important to Landholders."   The Court refused the rule, with costs. Fisher, Resident Commissioner, v. Bing- ham Hutchinson, Esq.—A rule nisi for a cri- minal information had been obtained by Mr. Resident Commissioner Fisher against Young Bingham Hutchinson, Esq., for libel; and to- day was fixed for shewing cause against the rule. In consequence of the indisposition of Mr. Hutchinson's counsel the hearing was postponed till Monday. No other business being before the Court his...

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NOTES OP AN EXCURSION TO THE MURRAY, BY MESSRS. HILL, WOOD. WILLIS AND OAKDEN. BY JOHN OAKDEN, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 17 March 1838

NOTES OF AN EXCURSION TO THE MURRAY, BY MESSRS. HILL, WOOD. WILLIS AND OAKDEN. BY JOHN OAKDEN, Esq. THURSDAY, MARCH 1.—Left Adelaide at noon, passed through the pine forest, and part of the Cowandilla plains, and encamped for the night at Mr. Barnard's station. Friday, March 2—At seven a. m., we passed over the Cowandilla plains, saw seven emus but did not succeed in pulling one. Crossed the river Para, we then directed our course to the eastward passing over a pretty range of hilly country. At four P. M., arrived at a valley with plenty of kangaroo grass, a rivulet runs through it; here we encamped for the night. The valley was swarming with cockatoos, seven of which were shot; we gave it the name of Cockatoo Valley. Saturday, March 3.—At four a. m., left the valley and passed through a thick scrub; course north-east; started a dozen kangaroos but did not kill one; the country hilly, and the land much similar to that we saw the day previously—good and indifferent by turns; at nine ...

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