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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 September 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT.     ARRIVALS.     SEPT. 18.-At Kingscote, the barque Afri- caine, M Taggart, from England 12th May, with general cargo. SEPT. 23.-At the Port, the barque Winches- ter, Salmon, from England 12th June, with a     general cargo. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Pres- cott and six children, Mr. and Mrs. Colyer, Mr. and Mrs. Allen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Coleman and their children, Mr and Mrs Dean and three children, Messrs. Hunt, Metcalf, F. Hunt, J. Waterhouse, H. Waterhouse, and J. Levey : and Commissioners' emigrants. < DF.PABTCP.rS. SEPT. 22.-The ship Henry Porcher, Hart, for Sydney. Passengers-E. Whateley, Esq, E.J. Eyre, Esq,. Mr. Trimmer, Mr. Johnston. Same day, the schooner Abeona, Hawson, and the brig David, Hart, for Hobart Town. SEPT. 29. The barque Duke of Roxboro', Thompson, for Kingscote.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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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 29, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 September 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid rerum aique decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum-HOR. EP., lib. l, ep l, v. ll. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1838. On Sunday last, the 23rd instant, the Winches- ter, Captain SALMON, 400 tons burthen, arrived in the Port, with 83 Commissioners' emigrants, and several cabin passengers, after a passage of 101 days, including a stay of two days at St.   Jaão. By this vessel there are letters and papers   to the 11th June.   His Excellency Colonel GAWLER, and suite, left the river, in the Pestonjee Bomanjee, four days before the Winchester, and sailed from Ply- mouth on the 10th June ; he may therefore be expected to arrive every day. The Surry, with emigrants, had also sailed, and several vessels were immediately to follow. The latest intelligence received, in Englano from the Colony was up to the 6:h January. Colonel GAWLER, we understand', comes out with authority to reduce or remove such officers as he m...

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THE COUNTRY SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

THE COÜKTET SLtPS. j OUR readers perhaps will understand this terra ; in order however that there shall be no mistake on the subject, we take leave to explain for the satisfaction of the uninitiated. The country slips, are portions of land accruing out of the unap propriated preliminary sections of l.';4 acres, which have been divided, agreeable to the regu lations, into sections of 80 acres each, leaving a residue of 54 acres more or less of land, the property of the Commissioners ; subject in the way of public appropriation, to the recognized rules, governing the Grant of Lands in the ordinary way ; which embraces the necessity of the usual public notice, for the accommodation of the public. « What has been our surprise, and how unmea sured will be that of the holders of country sec tions, and more especially of those vesting their i money in 80 acre sections, (who would gladly I have taken the preliminary quantity of 134 acres, had the extra slip or quantity of land been open for...

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RURAL CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

w RURAL CALENDAR. im-October, io relation to the seasons, une place that the mooth of April does hemisphere. During this |o^complete the plantings mjckly as possible. Ln with con _ low moisfl for the quantity of oil, that obtained from the < tobacco plants may be planting out being when the weather" it should be dry, the plants must be planting, and hid from the sun's rays by bark or shingle, which are to be remove J at sun down. Fallow grounds intended' for tar' and which have been ploughed up ro.jgh and . j^p since July, are now to be broken dowx and pulverised by harrowing. &c, and if possible p oughed into ridges. Trees which have been felled o » new ground in the month of May, are now to be burnt off, and also the land ploughed for the purpose of sowing it in autumn with spring wheat. If this ploughing be delayed beyond this month, it will be found that the ground gets too hard by the action of the sun's rays to be penetrated by the plough at a more advanced ...

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To His Excellency the Acting Governor Adclaide and Captain Sturt. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

Ta His Excellency the Acting Governor Adclaidé and Captain Sturt. ! GENTLEMEN,-Having ascertained you have tender ed for eighteen of the slips of land, which, with the ex ception of 5 slips previously tendered for by the Sur veyor General, Kingston, and others, embrace the whole.of the unappropriated fragments resulting from the divisioa'of the unselected preliminary sections of 134acres each, 1 should be glad to know upon what. . ground your deposit with the Colonial Treasurer for . these lands, which 1 consider altogether illegal., can " entitle you to a preference over the general and equat rights of the public to compete wu h yourselves for the possession of the remaining slips. I am the holder of six sections bordering on the preliminary sections of 134 actes with river frontage, terminating the boundary of the survey on the right bank of the Torrens. Between my sections and those on the rt«ér, is one of those narrow slips for which you have tendered, and which i would mo?t gla...

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To the Editor of the South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

.?-.- »' .. ' : To the Editor of the South Australian Gateite and Colonial Register. ism,- the character tor intrigue, for calumny, and for barefaced fabrication with which the verdict of a Bii'isb J my has branded the paper under your con trol-would. lshould have imagined, haveinducedyou to retiré from your public labors and. to have sought in the bosom of your .family, that peace''pJTjntod which I fear the cabals which you have founded, and the vituperations you have promulgated are not likely to secure. In the publication which has hitherto been under your superintendance, you have presumed to niake a statement reflecting on my professional character, which 1 have no hesitation in stigmatizing as a fabri cation. You well know that no Board was ever ap pointed for thepurpose a Hedged in your pa (»er, acd your statement to that effect is a gro*s misiepre sent arion. You know that the Board was appointed not lo [enquire into allegations against my professional re I putation, but lo ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. The Queen's birthday was celebrated on Thurs -day by a Diawiog-rootn at St. James's Palace, thi wo«t splendid that has been held for many years. Tin company began to arrive at one o'clock ; and in thi .course of two hours, the entire suite ol state apart ments was crowded. The Knights of the variou Orders wore their collars. The Foreign Ambassa dors, the Lord Chancellor, thc Master of the Rolls and the Speaker of the House of Commons, came ii their respective suites. ' The Duches; of Kent, thi Duke of Sussex, the Duke and Duchess of Cam bridge, and the Princess Augusta, were each attendee by members of the household. The Q nee o receive* -a deputation of the Archbishops and bishops, with s congratulatory address. iead by the Archbishop o Canterbury ; to which her Majesty returned a gra «¡otis answer. She received the general company ot the throne : on the left of which stood the member of the Royal Family, and on the right, the lords ant ladies of the Royal Househo...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

Ta the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIB,-I would call your attention to a subject of -some importance to our «mall community, viz.-the issuing of notes by a person here carrying on the business of auctioneer and storekeeper. Surely some security should he given to the public, that these «oles will be paid, else we may have every one who can afford 5s. for printing notes, becoming Bankers. Will vou call the attention of the authorities to ibis circumstance 1 -Your's, &c. MERCATOR. Adelaide. October 5.1838.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editar of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the-Editar of ike Southern Australian. Sta.-In defence of the body ¿Y merchants and gentlemen, whom I have the nonVkr td reprèsetit, I considered-it my duty,' in*'ti late-ñumber of your Journal, to expose the calumnies and slanders of the South Australian Gazette, and to inform the proprietors in England to whom they were indebted for such defamation, and the unworthy motives by which their author was influenced ; and I certainly did not expect that Mr. Stevenson Would so soon have compelled me to give him the further chas tisement he so richly merits. Descending to the mean trick of writing a letter to himself, he being the Editor of the Gazette, be has» with his usual effrontery, denied some of my charges ; and as I am quite ready, and moreover, quite willing, to substantiate, every Word of my communication, I will trouble you With this reply. It is not my intention just now to follow up my exposure of this_adventurer and his patron, ex planatory of tha...

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EMIGRATION TO ENGLISH COLONIES AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

EMIGRATION TO ENGLISH COLONIES ANO THE UNITED STATES. A " report from Mr. Elliott, Agent-General for Emigration for the United Kingdom, to the Secre tary of State for the Colonies," is one of the Parlia mentary papers delivered this week.' It is an interest ing document ; supplying proof of the great extent to which emigration is constantly going on, end sug gesting important consequences, proximate and re mote, which must result from a judicious or mis taken direction of it. Assistance has been given, under the authority of government, and with the public funds, to persons desirous of emigrating to New South Wales and Van Diemens Land; and Mr. Elliott states, that although at first, " there was not much alacrity to emigrate from England in the public vessels," there is now no reluctance. " We have found no difficulty," be says " io filling four ships already, (in the present year.) from the county of Kent alone; and have numbers of candidates there besides, whom we have been oblige...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quidrerum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1838. THE CHARACTER OF THE " SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE," AND 1[?] EDITOR, MR. STEVENSON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum Hon. Er., lib. 1, op. 1, v. ll. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1838. THE CHARACTER OF THE " SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE," AND ITS EDITOR, MR. STEVENSON. The partial exposure of the character of the Gazette, and 'that of its Editor, contained in ^pgtâst nwnper but one, has put Mr. STEVENSON ««Ins defence ;'añó% on a review.of this, we must -.; ^vè^^àu^i^Jpf^^âs^ocy. By no acci dent h^ ^ o^^ejdT into ïrûtj^by no chance has he avoided ;he opportunity-of insinuating falsehood. In ais article denying that. the Gazette has eve« attacked the- Company, he declares ** that the .influence of the Company is openly directed to illegitimate objects-to in crease the bitterness of patty strife-to add malignity to personal hatred, and what is worse than all, to crush and ruin individuals whose position leads them to exercise , through the - mediutia of the press those rights of scrutiny and supervision which indisputab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

Southern Australian Office. THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is pnblished every Saturday       morning at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle Street — PRICE OF THE PAPER — 6d. per number, or 26s. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS — 6 lines and under [each insertion] 3s. 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. AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. LONDON : John Gliddon, Esq., 3 Austin Friars: Man- chester: " The Guardian " Office. Leeds: -"The Mer cury " Office, and S. Heald, Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirksgate Hull: Mr. James Purdon, Bookseller. Market Place. Liverpool : "The Liverpool Journal" Office, 33 Cas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO FAMILIES AND DEALERS. Extensive and Important Sale. *^Wf R. NEALE has the honor to announce that he has received instructions to sell by pub lic auction, to close a consignment, a roost ex tensive and valuable assortment of «&A8QOW AUB KAirCBESTSB OOODS, CONSISTING OF ONE HUNDRED CASES of the most useful and capital fabrics for sum mer wear, besides a large quantity of clothing suitable for labourers and mechanics. Amongst the assortment will be found, Satteens, Quillines, Drills, Muslins, Ging hams, Handkerchiefs, Jeanetts, Velveteens, &C.&C Sec. in great variety, and the whole will be brought to the hammer by periodical sales, and disposed of absolutely to the highest bidder, in such lots as will suit the private family and the retail dealer. MR. NEALE begs to announce that the third sale will take place on WEDNESDAY next the 10th October, at 12 o'clock precisely, at his residence,. Franklin-street, and continue ¡ every succeeding Wedne...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

--t» NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received a letter signed by Mr. De Courcy Potterton, acknowledging himself the author of the letter addressed to tisby D. C. We refrain from inserting those letters on account of the jienonal remarks mixed up with the subject matter of com plaint-and tee avail ourselves of Mr. Patterton** permission to alter them so far as to tell the story our own way. lt appears, then, according to Mr. Patterton'$ statement, that the Sub Inspector oj Police, Air. N. B. Bull,entered one evening, about a fortnight ago, a pritate sitting room in an hotel, and ordered certein gentlemen togo to bed. The parties refused, and Mr. Bull retired. Now tee are no advocates for any unnecessary stretch of au thority, or for its undue assumption, and we do not know wheJier Mr. Bull was or was not justified he h's instructions-but we think these gentleman will by this time agree with us, that this is not a case requiring the interference of the public. Mr. Butlt as far as we...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 October 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT.   ARRIVALS. SEPT. 30.-The Africaine, MTaggart from Lon» i don and Kangaroo Island. SEPT. 30.-The schooner Industry, Morgan from Port Phillip, with sheep. PROJECTED DEPATURES. The Emma, Nelson, for Hobart Town, to-day. Th f Speculator, for Sydney, on Tuesday. The Eden, for Java, on Sunday. The Africaine and Industry, for Launceston on Monday. VESSELS EXPECTED FROM ENGLAND. Pestonjee Bomanjee, § Surry, sailed the 9th June. David Whitton, to sail io all June. Prince George, Glenalvon, Augustus Caesar, and City of Adelaide, in July and August, and the Catherine Jamieson, from Leith in July.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

SAIJEIS BY AUCTION. -_ TO FAMILIES AND DEALERS. Extensive and Important Sale» IL/TR. NEALE has the honor to announce Jhat ?V* he has received instructions lo'sell by pub. lie auction*- to close a consignment, á most ex tensive and valuable assortment of ^ 4»%ASOOOT ABD BCA1I-CHB8TEB OOODB, CONSISTING OF ONE HUNDRED CASES of the most useful and capital fabrics for sum mer wear, besides a large quantity-of clothing suttable'forlabourers and mechanics. Amongst the assortment will be found, Satteens, Quiltings, Drills, Muslins, Ging hams) Handkerchiefs, Jeanette, Velveteens, &C.&C. &c. in great variety, and the whole will be brought to the hammer by periodical -sales, and disposed of absolutely to die highest bidder, in such lots as will suit the private family and the retail dealer. MR. NEALE begs to announce that the THIRD SALE will take place on MONDAY next the 15th October* at 12 o'clock precisely, at his residence. Franklin-street, and continue .«Very succee...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ t. d. £ s. a. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 0 16 0 to I 0 0 London, per bhd. .. 9 0 0 10 0 0 Ashby's, per barrel.. 9 0 0 .. IO 0 0 Colonial, .. hud. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce. 5 0 0 .. 6 0 0 fresh, lb.. ll .. 14 Butter, fresh, lb. 3 0.. 1 0 salt, do. 2 3.. SI 6 Coffee, lb."..* 9 .. 10 Candles, moulds, lb. 1 3 dips, do. 1 0 wax, do. 3 6 .. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun, ...... 4 0 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 7 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 19 Colonial, ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,....... 10 1 0 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. I 4 0 .. 1 10 Hams, per lb. 13.. 14 Hops, do.. 2 6.." 3 O Hay, perlón.,..10 0 0 .. 12 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 O Maize, per bushel,. 8 0.. 12 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll.. ll. Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... 12 .. black, do. 2 6.. 3 0 Porter, per dozen,. 16 O .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 O .. « 0 O Pork, per tierce. 5 10 0 .. 6 0 0 Potatoes, nerton,. 12 0 0 .. 16 0 0 Rice, per lb. :2 .. . 6 Soap, English, per lb. 5...

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INFORMATION FOR EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

j INFORMATION FOR EMIGRANTS. WE have been favored by a^auch respected friend with the following extraoftfrom a letter he4 has written home, in answer to a request for, candid information respecting the prospects of persons with small capital emigrating to South Australia. From the style of our friends com munication^ it will at once be seen that he is particularly acquainted with the subject upon which he is Writing ; and we shall add our testi mony. We thank.oùr friend for his favor, and we shall always be happy to give a place in our columns to any communication which may tend to elucidate the capabilities of our adopted land. We proceed to give the extract : " You ask me, whether with a capital of .£200 a larmer could do better here than in Britain on a farm at 200a-year? As this is an important question, I wish to give il a particular answer, and 1 hope that you will let ray answer have all the publicity in your power, as very many may be interested in it. " If a farmer in Brita...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. - The mo«t interesting events of the week are the arrivals of ¿be Sirius anti Great Western steam-ships, after a successful navigation of the Atlantic. The Sirius teached Falmouth on Saturday evening, bringing the news of her arrival at New York; which she reached in seventeen days, from Cork.. Her voyage home occupied eighteen days, in which she sailed from 90 t6 229 miles per diem-that is, a sailor*? day of twenty-four hours. The Great West ern made her appearance to New York within a few hóurs after the arrival of the Sirius ; having accom plished the voyage from Bristol in fifteen days. Tbe arrival of these vessels in New York created an ex traordinary sensation, though the American papers are careful to inform us, that ia the year 1819, a Captain Hogers twice crossed the Atlantic in a steam ve=sel called the Savannah. It was St. George's Day wheo the English steamships reached New York ; and Captains Rogers and Hoskins, of the Royal Navy, who commanded respect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

Southern &uötraltän Office. THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Saturday morning at the Office,cornerof Stephens-place, Kundle Street PRICE OP THE PAPKE---GI1. per number, or 26a. per annum. Subscribers have 'their papers sent to them if they desire it. . . - ADVKRTJSEÄE NTS-6 lines «nd under [each insertion] Ss. 6d .; above 6 lines 3d. per line-Advertisements cannofcbe received later than "Friday; and orders to discontwue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to fte office before* o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot be attended to. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOB THE SOUTHKBH AUSTRALIA!!. Gliddon, Esq., S Austin Friars; Man HOBART TOWN i J. Office. Launceston: H. Dowling, Esq.« " Advertiser ' OIBce. STOREY t Mr. Teggs Bookseller, George-street. ADELAIDE : Mr. Winiam Collins, Park band, South Adelaide ; Mr. H. Hewitt, North Adelaide. POBT ADELAIDE : Mr. John newman. For London Di...

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