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CANTERBURY RIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

CANTERBURY RIOT. London was agnaiea me wuoie 01 yesteraay Dy ?the reports of disturbances of a serious description, .only quelled by a dreadful loss of life, which have occurred in the county of Kent. The narrative is as yet imperfect in some particulars, but the following facts have been ascertained. . A'person calling himself Sir William Courtenay, but whose real name is John Thom, a native of Corn wall, and the same who rendered himself conspicu ous in the neighbourhood of Canterbury some years ago, was recently released from confinement in a lunatic asylum, where he had been placed after con viction for perj ury committed by him in a smuggling ca^éj lt was. believed that Courtenay was harmless thjDfogb : eccentric ; a nd his behaviour in the asylum was composed and quiet. Since his release, he has been living willi aad among farmere, who supplied him with some money, as well as food He repeat ed his old stories of being a mao of high birth, and entitled to some of the finest est...

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SOUTH SEA MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

- SOUTH SEA MISSIONS. THE following extract, which we take from the Patriot of the 19th March, will, we have no doubt, be highly interesting to our readers. When we reflect, that in all probability, these islands, from their contiguity, will shortly be come of great consequence to the commercial enterprize of South Australia, we are led to hope that the prayer of the Reverend petitioner may be granted. lt is surprising, however, that while the various Missionary Societies have been so zealously at work in the surrounding islands, they seem to have forgotten New Holland. When will it be said of the natives of this vast continent, as Mr. Williams has proclaimed of the islanders? While savage, islanders have been tamed and civilized, the poor in- offensive New Hollander seems to have been altogether dispised — and this, while thousands of Britons have been residing on their shores. ls there no body of christians who will pity the New Hollander? or must missionary enterprize be carried ...

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

Village of "Payneham." TO THE WORKING CLASSES OF ADE-   LAIDE, AND OTHERS. J. PITMAN having negotiated with Mr. Payne for his Preliminary Section, No. 285,   N. E. of Adelaide one section from the River Torrens, and distant from the Park Land only   1 mile and ¾, begs respectfully to announce that a village is planned out in the same, consisting of 100 shares of one acre each, price £10 per share, including the survey and the deeds, to be paid by monthly instalments of £2 each. Many   of the shares are already taken, and the list for signatures lies at Mr. Payne's, comer of Hindley Street, King William Street, till Tuesday even- ing, when a public meeting will be held at 7 o'clock precisely, at Mr. BLACK'S, to see the plan, fill the list, and pay half of the first instal- ment. This Section is most beautiful land, is finely timbered, and the road from Adelaide to the " New Tiers" runs by it. The prospect to the mountains is sublime...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. AfitilVAIS. OCT. 11.-The brig Neriua, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Same day-Hie ship Surry, from London, with emigrants. Ocr. 12-The ship PestönjeeBomanjee; from Lon don. Passengers. His Excellency Governor Gawler, Mrs. Gawler, family and suite. Same day-The barque Lady Emma, from Laun- ceston. DEPARTURES. OCT, 11 - The barque Africaine, M'Taggart, for Launceston. Same day-The schooner Industry, Morgan, for Port Phillip and Launceston.

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid rerum atque decens caro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc gum---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1838: THE ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY COLONEL GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 13 October 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quidrerum atquc deceits caro, et rogo, et omni* in hob güín -HOR. EP^ Iib. 1, ep. 1, v. lt. ADELAIDE: SATCRDAT, OCTOBER 13, 1838: THE ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY COLONEL GAWLER. THE Pestonjie Bpitlonjee anchored yesterday in Holdfast Bay, with His Excellency Colorid GAWLEB and suite on board. The Surry with emigrants and passengers came in on the pre- ceding evening. We announce with pleasure that Mr. GOUGER,   Mr. MANX, and Mr. BROWN, will resume their respective offices, and that the Commission- ers view with indignation and disgust, the system of misrule that has hitherto characterised the administration of the Government authority in this province. The office of Judge remains open, as we have before stated, until the arrival in England of Mr. GOUGER, and the despatches by him have en abled the Commissioners to form aa opinion of the true state of the colony at the time of his departure. The authority vested in Mr. FISHER as Colo- nial Commissi...

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ADDRESS TO G. M. STEPHEN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

ADDRESS TO G. lt. STEPHEN,ESQ. AM Address to Mr. Stephen upon his resigning his authority as Acting-Governor and assuming his appointment as Colonial Secretary has been pre- j pared, and is in the course of signature. We have: not yet obtained a copy of it, but we hear that in stead of confining itself to the usual unmeaning generalisms it injudiciously touches upon almost e /erv point in his government that has raised gene ral or partial objections in¿he Colony. Thus many who are quite ready to judge of Mr. Stephen's pro ? -ceedings most leniently, and who have .a sincere ? désire* even where theydiffer in opinion from him, Hot to press such differences forward, are precluded from signing evea-^rhat they could. We strongly ? auspect that the whole affair bas been concocted by an enemy, who had sufficient perception of charac ter to see that the flattery would be acceptable, and f sufficient malice to make it mischievous. Nobody else would have ventured to | lay such a trick, in the...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

Ta the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR.-A correspondent of the South Australian Gazelle, griing himself ** AN fXprcTANT LAKO* HOLDER AT VICTTTR HARBOO«," ha* taken libettiès wiih! my narafe- which at any other' time1 than the present I should reply to fully. - But as the stae of ihe-Survey 'Depatto»ënt will; 1;presume, be made tho subject of careful enquiry ty proper authorities, my conduct during my career in that Department will have to stand the scruteny of one whu^e judgment witt détermine whether I have dune ought to sully a reputation of üpwánls-of ten years honorable serviré; tothat judgment 1 must respectfully how ! and allow Air. Stevenson and his correspondent, the salis, faction ol knowing, in the mean time, that I despise their insinuations. liiere is another suhj^ct. however, bnvi hich I shall not be silent. In the .^aoiè Gazette above lefened tb the same spirit is awake which has been the fruitful source of all onr anxieties, and all our doubts regrett ing the -...

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OFFICIAL, ADDRESS TO COLONEL GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

OFFICIAT, ADDRESS TO «OLONEL GAWLER. PREVIOUSLY to Iiis Excellency Colonel OÀW LES, having been sworn in to the office of Gover nor of South Australia, on Wednesday last, the members of the Colon ia! Government presented hint with the following Address, to" which we have attached His Excellency's rtp'y : Tb Hit Excellency Lie«ti>na«'t^Col«'»nel GAWLER,' \Ku*g>'it of the- Rat,at Hanoverian .Guelphic thdèr, Oavernor and Comnitnider~in-Chief of -the, province af'ßjutk Australia. \. . J',.]':. Mar rr PLt*sfe*;y*roH«EaCr.Lt.ESCT, " ??. * . I íVt^l^írP Governor and |Q|K^/>s^eFS ^ tí^TJropW-e of Soi ah Aus'ralia, Ib^tttí» <rijçr<i^ ywit<Exi^Jency our sincere and )rferafeli;cí«'iícatiílations; on ,j our assumption of the leinaof Government. In recommending the jappointment of your Excellency to so important arid laborious a post, we feel convinced that the Colonization Commissioners bavé consulted the best interests of the Province, and we be¿ to as...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ; To the Editors of the South Australian Gazette. UF.NTXEMIN,--Not having the time or the incHná tion to enter into a discussion throng« the mediura*4>f the press with your " Expectant landholder at V^ctef Harbour, "von the subject of the survey and sketch pf Encounter 13ay, I merely beg to 'say when -lie . tia's the moulines* to address me by thai name he appeárS so muth. ashamedrf, I will have much pleasure in setting him right on the m>ny fal« and .malicious statements set forth by bim ia your Gazette of ¿atuY dav last; - " '? HENRY NIXON. Noah-Terrace, 15th Oct. 1838. . ' ? ? - Â

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THE HARBOUR SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

THE HARBÖTJR SURVEY. TfiE survey of fte Harbour by Colonel Light is going on rapidly], A little delay will however be occasioned by the circumstance that the services of the Rapid have been necessary to assist in landing the Governor's baggage. We believe,however, that we »ay confidently state the Rapid will be per mitted to return to the Harbour and remain under vÇplonel Light's direction u» tül the survey is com ^?tecU We are happy tu add that the undertaking, añ^^k^^pirit with which it has been so readily carried OuÖry «Jewjcolonists, have been highly ap preciated by His Excellency. THE AuprroasHiP.-Mr. Morphett has declined I acting'as Auditor. Mr. Robert Tod accordingly takes the office for the next year. The salary is ! not £50 a-year each to two Auditors, but £100 to ] the Auditor acting for the year. VaLUf. OE LAUD.-The following are the sales of Town Land which have been lately effected : . Acres 044. & 645 ... . . £200 Foujtb,of<acref)2^.cprucr ( 210 of ...

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SUCCESS OF THE ARCTIC DISCOVERY EX[?]DITION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

SUCCESS OF THC ARCTIC DISCOVERY EXMDITÍOJf. j -- .. -J THE question winch -has been a geographical pro blem tor upwards of ; twp centuries, ¡the north-west passage around the continent of America, isat length determined, and we havp rfce satisfaction to lay bejîore par, readers an abstiacto.f the journal^ ofthe intrepid, disjbpyerers by w been j accomplished, and in tlie progress of which they liave evinced intelligence, activity, and hardihood; ' not inferior to any pf those daring and enduring-men , who have preceded tfiem in tl»e arduous path of Arctic discovery. .? The'lively interest which the British public manifested in the further discovery of thc Arctic regioírs induced the Hudson Bay Com pany to determine pa. equieing an.-expedi^ipn,,solely at their own expeace, .and .composed pf their own oncers «nd servants.. The fpimatinn and equipment of theexpédition were entrusted to Air. Simpson, the W*^1 ^croori .in.the' spring of 1836. lliat eentlemàn, on his \ arrival at Norway-h...

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THE COUNTRY SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

THE COUNTRY SLIPS. 'JL HE remarks appearing in the last numrei of the Gazette on this subject, i.idcce us to resume it, especially as the arrival of His Excellency t te Governor, exercising also the functions of Land Commissioner, will facilitate the settlement of the question. It is of little consequence, as » fleeting the rights of the public, whether the parlies ten dering for the detached slips (which in many cases have been most absurdly taken from their respective blocks, with reference . to the convenience of the adjoining proprietors) are Mr. G. M. Stepl en, late Acting-Governor and presently Acting-Colonial Secretary, or the Acting-S-urveyor-General, Pr.G. Kingston. No favour will be shewn these indivi duals in right of tender, and we feel convinced the want of delicacy displayed by these functionaries in their attempt to monopolize the whole of the country slips against the common right of the* colonists, will not a little contribute to their signal defeat. It is perfectly...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

VAN DIEMEN'S LANI». . . ; ,¿ ¿ THE TB OE to VE.-This schooner after undergoing repair of. the damage occasioned hy the severe gales ¿he encountered in the Straits, when endeavouring io make her passage to South Australia, and which ' caused her to put back to George Town, put to sea again on the 6th ,instant. Sha had sra -sooner got' clear of the land -than she^ncountered ceatraryjalea again» which obliged the master to pat baA ebie ^ cood time. In nearing the heads, as « wert to ¿om. plete the, catalogue of dissasters, the vessel struck upon the Head Reef ; but fortunately .got off agida. Sod reached George Town, with the lo^ of her jrad- . der on Wednesday morning, the 8th .instant, < Sha has since come up to "Launceston, and is hois' dis* charging preparatory to her being répaired.^.L¿un~: teston Advertiser, August 16» % : ; \L : . - T he following are the resolutions of the Sydneys Council, Upon the admission of strangers to iheir prp- . ceedings:- .. ... t .. :. ? - ...

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CAPTAIN MACONOC[?]E'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

.CAPTAIN MACONOCtílES RESIGNATION. j An occurrence lias taken place during the last week, which has created more excitement than has happened for some time-we allude to the resigna tion of Captain Maconochie, as Private Secretary io Sir John FfafikJin,: and tb the reports-consequent thereupon. One «painful evil is clearly manitew^ . in the subtile and unscrupulous malignity of party, as evinced io the false representations on the fieport of Prison Discipline, which waa sent home by Captain Maconochie, and fiom which his ?eccMion free» oftea ia attributed. The Faction *l«ays hairy aod contrivÎBf. is, jost, now, making a desperate.effort to jeonhtae with the destruction of the chief I«end of lbj Governor, the establishment of a questionable popularity for itself; and it ts the duty ofthat por tion of the Press which has really at heart the'wel fare of the. colony* to expose these unworthy efforts; and to set the public right as to the truth at the point, at issue.. . ? . . The leading...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

Sont!)?T aiwíralían &ttçt» TH6 following are the «enos of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Saturday morning at the Office, corneróf Steuhens-ulace, Kundle Street--* . PaffiR or THE PAPRR-6d. fer number, or 96s. per annum. Subscribers liaré their paper* sen* to. *«P if uWy desire it.' . . . AsvEáTi»icK«iT>-« lines «nd under- («um insertiowj Sfr fid j «bore 6 lm/%J^¡|HrMWÉHIKI)& cannot lie jrecelyed taiterfhan Friday 4 and orders to. disconttone Advertí»eiÍBent8 airead^ Insert tnhstrlieÀ .eat «o «fae office beTofe« o'clock on Thursday* or they | çasno%b<£ attended to, . ÀJ^ub^riptíoM and ada for ; inadVAnce. ; , - AOEHT» FOR THB 80ÜTBBBN ACTtRâMAB. I^wjna v Jobn GliddoH^ Esq , 3 Aosün Friars; -Mán eftester.il' The Guardian *MBffice. ¿ceda; «-The Mer cury "Office, and S. tféald, Ésq,, Surgeon, 73 Kirjs^ate. BuU: Mr james Pardon, Bookseller. Market Place. Liverpool : " The Liverpool Journal 1 Office, 33 Castle street. Bristol? Mr- James Phi...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decent curo, et rogo, et emnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. l, ep 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1838. ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque detent euro, et rogo, et omni» in hoe tum ---Hem. EPm lib. l,ep I, v. II. ADELAIDE : SATERDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1838. ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR. *ís accordance with a desire »ery generally ex pressed, Iiis Excellency Colonel GAWLER appointed Saturday last, at two o'clock, to laud at Holdfast Bay, and receive the congratulations of the Colonists, previous to his officially assuru ins the reins of government. The assemblage gathered together up«n the occasion, could not failto be highly gratifying to His Excellency and Mrs. GAWLEB, and must have impressed them with the conviction that the colony could boast of a more numerous and respectable body of inhabitants than any of the British settlements of so recent establishment. Very soon after the appointed time His Excellency left the side of the Festonjee Bomanju, and landed under a salute (rom that vessel. He was received on shore by a very considerable number of the colo nists, «ho hailed his an i va...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS.   October 12th— The schooner Elizabeth, Styles master, from Launceston, with general cargo.   October 17th— The schooner Truelove, Colton, master, from Launceston, with general cargo.

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THE LATE ACTING GUVERNOR THE NEW COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

THE LATE ACTING GUVERNOR THE NEW COLONIAL SECRETARY. G. M. STEPHEN, Esq, who about eight months ago arrived amongst us as Advocate-General pro tem.,and who has subsequently held and resigned the appointment of Postmaster General and that of Acting Governor, has again undergone trans   formation, and is now Colonial Secretary pro tem. We quarrel uot with his appointment. Mr STEPBEN is in our opinion as qualified for this office as for any of the otheis he has held, and »e have been so accustomed to these rapid evolu tions, that we ceased some time ago to expect any peculiar fitness or unfitness would prevent a change when it suited political ends and pur poses. But there is one point of view in wnich we think this appointment worth a moment's consideration, lt will be recollected by our readers that almost the last act of Capt. HÍND sfaasB was to accept Mr. STBANGWAYS'S resig nation of this office, and that the Colony was left by him without any Colonial Secretary. Mr. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, 'By Mr. J. Richardson, On Monday next, October 22nd, at 12 o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, North-terrace, near the Church, without reserve, by order of the consignees, the following, viz. : A CAPITAL BAY DRAUGHT HORSE, four-years old, warranted sound ; also a     very superior COB, warranted sound and per- fectly quiet ; one horse dray, chaise cart, five sows warranted in pig, twelve hogsheads London porter and ale, eight tierces of pork, six dozen of stained rosewood chairs, twenty dozen of Bazil,   and three dozen dressed sheep skins, for chaise and carriage rugs; few cases of old port wine, several cases of superior claret, four kegs of Irish butter, three casks of seal oil, four bags of corks, one pricket of hops, a few boxes of sperm can- dles, and two half hogsheads vinegar. Terms, under ten pounds cash ; above ten pounds and under twenty, approved bills at one month, above twenty pounds, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

_ English Goods ex Surry ON SALE by the undersigned.— A large quantity of bottled beer. : Also ale and J. WALKER 75 Hindley-street. Oct. 19, 1838.       Porter in casks. And ex Lady Emma and True-       Love, a great variety of colonial produce. Land Office,   THE following Sections have been Sold during the week ending the 17th instant: — .Ct ii. tO CH CW tO . - -ip ta- ta *. oa 3i ta . - Ot o - - . » - A. - ta . . o * co . . . > >> c: > > CS ~- ' f9 03S) Oi ooo o p BJ a o &> g o . e *» o 5 lil i 2 - _ ¡s . £_o - I Í |.Í?Q .5 ? ? 1*J 5 S « ^ r, _ = r ri- e « 2 3- " S-s f S¿>^ r ? ? » s g » E : «o * ?» >" rs ! » ~-s»: e-s»5 . x 2 .? 5 5 » - « Ä -i . - £2 - Ë. =T _¡ - a © "* : ~: I-3 > . « -Ka- »r. » s: . .>!*>. s : C«-Î . . : Í:.- * SI 3 . £L" ÍT* i" i6*2 to es Ok di co o ooo o GEORGE GAWLER, Colonial Commissioner LAND OFFICE, Adelaide, 19th October...

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