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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 September 1839

IMPORTS. Sept. JS—Tlic brin LORD HOHART. !60 tons, Thomas Nicliolls, c<iniiii.itid('r, Irom Hobarl Town • —'lo7 bag* (lour, 74-1 haps potatoes 7-i bags carrots, 4 drays, !* ko£s nails, I ton iron weights .? but rcls coffee, :?Obas;sriu\ 10 bugs pepper. 10 lilids. beer, 5 Imrrcls al>', U4O Img* Mipir, 7 «-licsts tea, Itl firkins ImtUT. IH.OIW fwt timber, J(M?I?O shiiiL-Ics, Ml l(o\c« soa|?. 3 m-(s «p.il«s, lioams. R:c Sept. la—Tiic s jiip/;/.CA'««•//./.r, «•« tons, i)ou£ald Mi'N'oil), t'oiiiinutidcr, front Grocnoirk: I pair lii'llows, .5 flu-sis ilruwcni, 1 ki>|? vi«?'par,r.Jiurn,t:iUe,boxc<}ntiiiiiiiig!i V'il"«? Imiiiillc spadrs, 8^ packagoK containing ii lidiko. 2 xdivcUiarrawK, 4 firkins proiisious. Ml h«uis (louse), ii) cratos rartlionwaro, -li casks t! butts lurdwar., bunrtlo rrovvlmrs, IJcart a\le?, j bundles «wl, ;W pindstoiies, <!i rhests run., 2 bows containing a - xliafts, I"- casks buttled li<|(ur, I blid. I.Htioio?-s*J(i&a...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several articles and communications must stand over till our next.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS Sep.30 -- The cutter Waterwitch, 28 tons J. Watson, master, from Encounter Bay.   Oct.1 -- The cutter Frances, 14 tons ---- master, from Encounter Bay.   DEPARTURE   Oct. 4 -- The schooner Abeona, 96 tons, Captain Hawson. for Port Lincoln. Cargo - sundries Passengers - none. CLEARED OUTWARD   The Dawsons, (brig), for the Mauritius - ballast and passengers. The Mary Ridgway, (barque) for Sydney - ballast and passengers. The William, (brig), for Launceston - ballast and passengers. The Georgiana, (ship) for Sydney -- cargo and passengers.

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SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

SHIPPING IN PORT ADELAIDE. GLENSWILLY, (ship), 632 tons, from Green- ock—discharging cargo—proceeds to Sydney in a short time. Agents—James Frew & Co. GEORGIANA. (ship), 449 tons, from Leith— discharging cargo. Sails for Sydney in a few days. Capt. Walker, agent. ANNA ROBERTSON, 588 tons from London —discharging cargo.   RECOVERY, (ship), 483 tons, from London   —discharging cargo—proceeds to Bombay, J.   Walker, agent.   SOMERSETSHIRE, (barque), 449 tons, from London—discharging cargo. Capt. Walker, agent. MARY RIDGWAY, (barque), 217 tons, from London—clearing out for Sydney. Agent—J.   Morphett. ALICE BROOKS, (barque), 212 tons, from       Liverpool—landing passengers, emigrants, &c.     Agent—John Russell. CITY OF ADELAIDE, (barque), 216 tons,     from Kangaroo Island—clearing out for Hobart Town. John Morphett...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, OCT. 4. 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. VEGETABLES.—Potatoes 25l. to 30l. per ton;   do. per lb. 3d. to 4d.; turnips 6d. per bunch;   cabbage and lettuce 1d. each; carrots 6d. per lb.;   raddishes 2d. 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. 6d. per lb; cheese 2s.       per lb; eggs 4s. per dozen VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, AUG 31. LAUNCESTON.—Flour, first quality 70s. 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 bush...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: Saturday, OCTOBER 5, 1839. THE LAST GAZATTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: Saturday, OCTOBER 5, 1839. THE LAST GAZATTE. PORT LINCOLN.— His Excellency has issued a proclamation creating all that part of the province lying to the west and north-west of the line of coast extending from Cape Catas- trophe to the head of Spencer's Gulf a seperate district, to be called the district of Port Lin-   coln, which will have a Resident Magistrates'         Court established there, under the [?]           of which Court that district [?] [?]           Smith, Esq., has been appointed to the office         of Resident Magistrate for the district; [?]         J. E. Barnard, Esq., has been appointed Clerk       of the Peace and Clerk to the Magistrate for &...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. English papers to the 17th June have been received, but they contain little news. The principal topics under the consideration of Parliament were—the Jamaica bill, the Tithe Commutation act, the National Education scheme, the Canadian question, and the pre- ceedings of the chartists. A Liverpool paper says—"the uniform rate   of postage is to be commenced with the next year." South Australia seems to be creating more excitement than ever in the mother country. The Commissioners were advertising for a number of ships to carry out emigrants, while almost every paper contains something regard-   ing our colony. A new work on the subject     has been published by Mr. Leigh, [?]   the South Australian. News from these colonies to the beginning       of February had been received in England. NAVAL AND MILITARY SETTLERS. Our readers are probably aware that in all the...

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EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA HINTS TO INTENDING SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA —HINTS TO INTENDING SETTLERS. THe heavy tide of emigration which is setting in upon our favored province cannot fail to increase when the important intelligence is conveyed to England that in the first six months of the present year the enormous sum   of £120,000 has been invested in the purchase of land by colonists on the spot, and by settlers   from the adjacent settlements of New South   Wales and Van Diemen's Land—the latter by   position and experience, necessarily the best   judges of the superiority of the soil, climate, and general capabilities of South Australia. At that period enquiries will of course become   more numerous, and information from the pro- vince be more anxiously sought after by in- tending emigrants. We therefore think we     may be doing such persons a service of some     importance by communicatin...

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CAPT. FINNISS'S OVERLAND PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

CAPT. FINNISS'S OVERLAND PARTY. It must be gratifying to every well-wisher of the colony to learn that our enterprising colonist Capt. Finniss, with the the largest overland party which has ever reached South Australia, is now approaching the confines of the province.   Notwithstanding the present dangerous state       of the roads, Mr McLeod proceeds, in the   course of the ensuing week, to meet the expe-         dition, with a large supply of provisions. We understand that in addition to his original purchases, Capt. Finniss has added 4000 sheep,   so that the number of sheep he brings with him amount to about 25,000. The cattle, to the number of 7000, come by the Portland Bay road.

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[?] THOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

STEPHEN v. THOMAS. The Rule for a New Trial in this case came on for [?] on Tuesday last, when after a lengthened hearing of counsel on behalf of the [?] and of Mr. Stephen on his own be- half, his Honor the Judge refused the [?]- and stated that there were no ground for a           new trial. After his Honor had given his de-   cision, Mr. Mann stated in Court that as they         had obtained the legal opinion of his Honor on         all the grounds urged for a new trial, he was       instructed by the defendant say, that upon     payment of costs as between attorney and cli-     ent, Mr. Thomas had no objection to allow a           new trial, the s...

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NEW POLICE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

NEW POLICE BILL. The following is an outline of the new Police Bill, under consideration of the Legislative Council, published in the last Gazette: —The first, second, third, fourth, and fifth clauses relate to the appointment of officers and men for the police force, the oaths they are to take, and penalties for neglect of duty. Clause sixth enacts that any person employed in the police force who may be convicted of taking any bribe or gratuity for suffering a prisoner to escape, or of neglecting to execute any warrant entrusted to him, shall be subject to a fine not exceeding fifty pounds or be im- prisoned six months, or both. Clause seven enacts that any policeman may at any time apprehend whoever he may find drunk in the streets or public places of any city, town, or village in the province, and carry them before a Justice of the Peace ; and that he may apprehend all loose, idle, and dis- orderly persons whom he may find between sunset and eight in the morning who cannot give a...

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POST OFFICE BILL [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

POST OFFICE BILL EDUOURS. The following in an outline of "An Act for the better regulation of the Post Office," now under the consideration of the Council, which has been published in the Gazette for general in- formation :— The first clause relates to the establishment of post offices, the appointment of post masters, &c. The second clause enacts that newspapers enclosed in envelopes open at the ends and having marked on them the words " Newspaper only," shall be exempted from postage. The fifth clause enacts that if any newspaper shall, on examination, be found to contain any enclosure, or to have any mark upon it, it shall be liable to be charged full postage according to the weight. The eighth clause enacts that as soon as possible after the expiration of twenty-four   hours after the receipt of any mail, a list of all letters unclaimed shall be exhibited at the post office, and shall be kept so for not less than thirty days. The eleventh clause enacts that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

WATi KLOO lIOIiSK. THK above IVeinises will be opened on Tuesday next, ulieu the attention ot the I'ulilic is respi'rtfully invited to the immense stock of gen. oral Oiapery, .Slk Mercery, Ilo>iery, l'alicy (ioods, <S^<. &c., cu.ii|iii-iu^ m follows :•— Irisli lilieu> lied tii-ks, hi,,ad stripe ditto for Minds rour-fouitlis anil t'lie-founhs linen sheeting Itoulilc width ditto iiiicl:aii;ieK', iliiipeis, anil dowlassen Table clollis in all si/r^ and ipuilitli'K \Vid>h lluiiiieis, line Saxony ditto White eouiilerpanes and blankets Chaili. Moi^-eline di- laiue, and l'oular.l d.esses Mn>iin an.l eaiiiiuic .lino Imli.i printed haiidaiia >*imivls iv llani.i Saxony, and fancy nVmi Ludies' and pont^' silk, eo;ion, and worsted articles ol hosiery Ladies' und gents' silk, Lisle, Iterliu, and other jilow-. Haberdaslieiy generally Null, tooth, Il.lt, hair, and cloth blushes, X.C. I'ancy seciiled soaps Mil:inery, iv bonnets of velvet, watered silk, O...

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GARDENING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

GARDENING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA In fulfilment of our promise last week, and in compliance with the request of the committee of the Mechanics' Institute, we now present our readers with Mr. Stevenson's lecture on Friday, September 27th. The importance of the subject to all our settlers will, we think, be sufficient apology for our occupying so large a space of our columns with the lecture. Mr. Stevenson spoke nearly as follows : — The science of Gardening — important and inte- resting at all times and in all countries -— is par-     ticularly so in a young country like our own, where every step in its progress is a new experiment in   the art—a fresh test of the productive capabilites     of an untried soil, and where each successful result is not limited to the mere gratification of the cultivator, but affords [?], and im- portant evidence that the land of our adoption   may, with ordinary industry and attent...

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MIKE DELANEY TO HIS SISTER JUDY, at the Sign of the Pig and the P[?] Bal[?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

MIKE DELANEY TO HIS SISTER JUDY, at the Sign of the Pig and the Piper, Balinashoe. MIKE DELANEY. Dear Judy—How wud you like to be brother-in- law of the hot-tea-culchurl gardnin to his Majisty the governor of South Straly? It's that same I manes to be sum ov these days, for the sperit ov gardening is upon me, and I manes to divote all me time and attintion to the propagation ov the hooman speeshes of cabbijes and pratees in this hily favurd land. One avening last week, when I wuz in town, I meets Tim Mahoney, and sis he—   "Are ye a going to the leekehur, Mike?"—"What     in all the wurld's a leekchur?" sis I—"Och thin, don't ye know what's a leekchur? Shure its a sarmint all about hot-tea-culchur." "And what's hot-tea-culchur?" "Och, bad luk t'yees" sis he, whare did ye recaive yer heddic shun at all at all;   is'nt id a new name for practec-rairin? Cum along,   let's be atther hearing id." "Bad what ud father &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

DIED. On Wednesday, the 25th ultimo, Thomas Bickerstaff, son of the Rev. Mr. Bickerstaff, of St. Martin's, Denbighshire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

SALES BY AUCTION.   Milch Cows, Steers, Draught and Riding Horses. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY J. RICHARDSON. On Saturday next, October 5, at 12 o'clock pre- cisely, at the New Cattle Market, near Mr. Becks stores-   TWENTY of the finest Milch Cows ever im- ported   10 time Fat Steers 2 excellent Riding Horses   1 Draught ditto Cart, harness, &c., complete. to r.i: solo uv P(.i?r.ic aiction, BY J. RICHARDSON, Or Tuesday next, October Bth, tit VI o'clock precisely, at his rooms, corner of King William nnd Iliudley streets, positively unreserved— AQuaiuity of goods as under— About.WOO slates 31)00 feet of inch cedar hoards, which will be 11tit up in lots to suit purehu?ers 50 bushels of oats H tuns of potatcs 8 tons o!' rice 4 dozen light b«avi>r hats 4 dozen children's caps, various patterns, quite new ii stov<> grates I portable copper !i casks of nails i iron livdstead ami case - (Hirtalil,' cooking m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

ADVEUTISEMKNTS. if&All mirrrli.-viiMit.i vm.<t /«• pniil fiir previous to iiisrrliiw, tmli-s jnriciinlni l?i such «.'/' our //•?■/;</.> «.* liar,' vpnml u.oiillitff mrnunl.t nt *//?• Ojitv; kikl Atlwtisrrs f.rc tt<im*U« l>tirtictiltult) In ni'thtt llm! iHlrtTtisimfiits <?«•<• iuscihil mil /« fniilinuul uud rlian/yl fur vnkss countermanded iiy JiJ. o'clock on Tliurs- Juil iTciiimj. Fur Jioiuhau, <:altin<i at Colombo, is?*^F/B?? 1_ 'J'iio.map Jolissox, Commander. JgJl&RKj^Tliis ship has a laive poop, "'"1 >si? every I- 'icct a lir-i.r.te jiasKongcr Anplv to Captain Johnso.n on ho.ir.l, or to J. WAI.KKK, Ilindliy-street. rou c.\!.o?!TrA, To Sail in a far ?/«//•<, m •• X <illP f^st-sailiin; sliip *^"^N* *" HOMKKWrsiIIHI-:, 4M? aic fir-t-r..t.-, and all'ord every euinlort to jms nn^rs. A,iiilv to Captain J.u k.son on lioard, t>r to " ' J. WALKKK, Hiiidley-stieel....

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A PATHETIC LAMENT. Written in Gilles Arcade. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 5 October 1839

A PATHETIC LAMENT. Written in Gilles Arcade.   By One of the Gray School. THE church-clock tolls the knell of parting day, Gilles Arcade is dull as dull may be, The bullock-driver reels his homeward way, And sober folks enjoy their toast and tea. Now fade the tree-capped mountains on the sight, And all the air a solemn stillness holds, Save where mad Bella screams in drunken fight, Or some shrill shrew her lord and master scolds; Save that from yonder low and branchy bower, Where groups of squatting blacks bedeck the plain, Whence crackling flames and smoky columns tower, Rises corroboree's unearthly strain. Beneath that wooden roof—in the Arcade— Where books are piled in many a cumbrous heap, Each in its [?] nook till morning laid, The [?] records of the Treasury sleep.     But where is he—the sprit of the place— Albeit not quite ethereal—where is he? Descendent plump of Hashan's lordly race, Say, traveller! where is now the great O. G? &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 12 October 1839

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