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PUBLIC MEETING TO ADDRESS THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 October 1838

On Saturday evening the following Requisition was handed to the Sheriff, who immediately attended to the request, and convened the meeting, as will       be seen by his answer:-         Sir, - We, the undersigned, request you will call a Public Meeting of the Residents of Adelaide and its vicinity, to address His Excellency Lieut. Colonel Gawler, on his arrival in the colony, to assume the government of the province of South Australia. We are. Sir,       Your obedient Servants,           John Morphett John Walker Charles Mann Edward Stephens A. H. Davis Dugald Mactavish   George Alston H. Jielling, (judge)     C H. Howard, (clerk) H. Nixon B. P. Winter B. T. Finniss   T. Q. Stow   John Hallett John F. Clay G.H. Barnard   S. Payne &n...

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

J.E. BRIGHT, M. R. C. S.     DRUGS and Chemicals, Choice Groceries, Horse, Cattle and Sheep Medicines prepared from numerous and best authorities. Family receipes compounded ; medicine chests " Trellnëâ ; ship's chests" overhauled _ and -re^stó&dfor a voyage¿ wStb ample directions. Mediemés advised for. pse «nd to guard against danger ie remote staticms in the bush. Téeím brid tórrotts stumps extracted. (Children's teeth inspected, land advice given as td their eare. - Gentium Qo&ssia, and other bitters. Cordial Essence, and Essence of Lemons, Pennyroyal, Peppermint, Allspice, & Ginger, . remedial în Satufency. Polishing G urns for woods ; sweet Oil,-&c. Various concentrated Essences of Perfumes; Bose, Witera. Bergamottë; Hair Oil ; Bear's Grease ; Pomatums ; Dèntrïfices ; Tooth . Brushes ; Windsor Soap, &c. required in the dressing room. Violette Pöwder } Godfrey's Cordial ; Syrup Of Poppas and of Rhubarb; Medical Sp...

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STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

STATE OF THE COLONY. ' AT a land sale «hieb took place a lew days ago ai the land but one lot, went off at the minimum upse price of 5s. per acre, and was purchased by those ti whose possessions it lay most contiguous. This por tends two important circumstances--first, the speedy failure of any large revenue from the oldsource 9 an< the general pecuniary stagnation existing. Matters have, in truth, DOW arri red at such a heigh of hazardous-nay, perilous progression, that tbei cannot stand still ; onwards they must go, involving in their course every obstacle opposed to their pro gross, unless the Government unite with the people and «tem effectually the advancing current of affairs Let uti, for one moment, but cursorily glance at ou¡ -present condition. To begin, let us notice the refluj of emigration, which is almost weekly taking plac< to neighbouring settlements-nearly every person who can leave, with the slightest prospect of success, -does so, thereby abst...

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PROTECTION OF THE ABORIGINES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

PROTECTION OF THE ABORIGINES WE shall, in the next number of our jour nal, call the attention of our readers to an account extracted from a report of the meeting in May last, of the Aborigines Protection Society. The subject" is to us one nf paramount impor tance; as our present good understanding wiih the natives, lies at the mercy of every settler, w ho by long residence in either of the neighbour ing colonies, has been accustomed to see colored people such as they have become in consequence of their intercourse with Europeans. We can not be sufficiently thankful thai the conduct cf the early colonists with reference to the natives of our owncoastwas sojudicious and successful. ToCoI. Light our thanks ate eminently due, as also to Mr.Williams, a passenger by the Africaine, who first encountered two of the native tribe, and by his decided and unsuspicious demeanor, first induced, in all probability, those sentiments of confidence and attachment to the colonists which they have sinc...

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THE COUNTRY SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

THE COUNTRY SLIPS. ' i HE consideration ot this important question has, in consequenceof the closing of the English mail, per Goshawk, been postponed to Tues day next, at 10 o'clock, at the Land Office. We baye no doubt, the colonists will on this occasion remember they meet the Land Commissioner only, and speak their sentiments with frankness and intrepidity, where their interests are so vitally concerned. We expect a numerous attendance, and are heartily glad this postpone ment enables us to give proper publicity to the discussion of this subject.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

To lie Sold, 'll EN j'ears lease of convenient cottage in Wey ??. mouth-street. Ditto two cottages ditto Ditco, a two-roomed house, opposite Mr. I Càlton's, Hindley-street. Ditto eight houses in Rundle-street. Five half acre lots in Hindmarsh Town. Half an acre in Wright-street with large house An acre with a convenient cottage in Archer street, very near Wellington-square. A block of two acres ia South-terrace and Gilles-streets. Au acre at corner of Childers and Hutt-streets An ' eight acre block in Mechanics' Land Company. Part of Country Section 420, Port Adelaide. Eighth part of 798, with Cottage. j To be let on lease to suit lessees, The following acres or portions of them :-? King William-street, 47 Hindley-street, 47,49, 55, 57 Rundle-street, 40 Grer.fell-stteet, t06, 144 and 145 Franklin-street, 244 and 254 Grote-street, 314, 315, and 328 Gouger-street, 387, 398, and 402 Wright-street, 611 Carrington-street, 487,488, and 489 Halifax-street, 527, 563, and 564 Gilles-street, ...

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THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

THC COCKCir. .11_^ ">_1_N" ¡ iii* lixceuencj' ineuovernor has oeen pteaseu to appoint the whole of the pro tan officials to his council. We know from letters that have bee« received from she Commissioners, that Col. LIGUT still retained their full confidence ar.d respect; that they expected Mr. MANN would be appointed ; and that Messrs. MORPHETT & TOD, one or the other, was to be the Auditor, with a seat jn the council. Time a-one cnn explpin the discrepancies between lise known intentions of the Commis sioner*, and the proceedings here. We ho A ever, trust, if any strange and una"th°nzed statements have been runde to influence H«s Excellency, th^t his sound sense and impart'3'»)' as a hiuh minded man, «ill lead him to tne deletion of the artificp, and induce him to v»sit upon its r-oníriveij!, tho just castigation they deserve. Col. GAWI ER cannot be expected io have a precocious knowledge of the affairs of this colony-but we are indeed most lamentably mistakpn, if he do...

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COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

COLONEL LIGHT WE have ereat pleasure in a^nounrin? to our readers, that an address tn Elis Excellency the Governor is in cours** of signature, and now lies at the Post Office and the Bank, praying Col. GAWLER to re-appoint Col. LIGHT to the Sur*. veyor Generalship of this colony. The resigna tion of Mr KINGSTON renders this measure, in itself of the highest importance to the holders of preliminary reserves:, ard the public generally, almost imperative ; and we have the strongest ground to believe. His Excellency will promptly act upon a recommendation, harked by the ear nest request of nineteen-twentieths of the landed proprietors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

Entire Horse. THETHOROUGH-BRED ARAB HORSE " ABDALLAH," just imported from Calcutta, in the Australian Association Ship Emerald Isle, will stand at cover this season, at the Stables of the owners, G. B. and J. H. Gleeson, Esquires, of Glee ville on the road to the Stringy Bark Forest - Terms : five guineas and five shillings the groom. N.B. Paddocks for mares. Extract from certificate. I can assert from the experience I have had during the time of my stay in Calcutta and elsewhere, that I consider him to be one of the highest caste (Negdee) horses I ever landed. He is possessed of great bone and muscular power, combined with good temper, which is most essential for a good stock getter. (Signed) J. S. MORTON, Veterinary Surgeon, and Fellow of the London Veterinary Medical Society. Bank of South Australia. T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that from and after the 1st of November interest will be allowed upon current accounts at the rate of four cent, upon the daily balance, and ten per cent, cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

Southern ^tastraltan i&täce. rpHB following are the terms of the SOUTHERN * AUSTRAL! A N, which is published every Saturday morning- at the Office, coraerof Stephens-place, Rundle Street PRICE OP THE PAPER-6d. per number, or 96s. per anntun. Subscribers have their papers sent to the in if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS-6 lines and under [each insertion] 3s. ed ; above 6 lines 3d. per Hue -.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 FOB THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. JLIOBSON \ John Gliddon, Esq*, 3 Austin Friars.- Man chester: "The Guardian " Office. Leeds: '-The Mer cury " Office, and S. Heald, Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirk-ate. Hull : Mr James Purdon, Bookseller. Market Place. Liverpool : " The Liverpool Journal '* Office, 33 Castle street- Bristol: Mr. James...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. Oct. 23. — The brig Britton, from the Cape of Good Hope, with a cargo of wine, fruit, &c. Same day. — The Henry Freeling, from Sydney, with general cargo. Oct. 26. — The barque Munford, from Launceston, with general cargo. DEPARTURE. Oct. 24. — The schooner Elizabeth, for Launceston.

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atgue decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.—HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1838. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ACT AND THE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.--- Hon. Er., lib. 1, op. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1838. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ACT AND THE COU NCIL.   OF GOVERNMENT. THE opposition to the late Governor, Capt. Hind marsh, was an opposition not of passion but of principle. The South Australian Act is not a concession of privilege, yielded of grace by the crown to the subject-but a sacred compact, on a sufficient and ample consideration, entered into after full deliberation and the fulfilment of the terms which has been guaranteed to the colony by the assembled parliament of the nation. On the one hand, the King in parliament declares the lands of the province to be public land, applicable to a great and generous purpose ; concedes legis tire and-ezecutive powers of a high and transcen dant nature, to persons to be appointed by himself in Privy Council, and fixes the period when a na tional assembly is to supersede the ex...

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INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

INSURANCE COMPANY. It is with no small degree of satisfaction, that we have to announce the complete establishment — in every respect of the term, of a Colonial Insurance company, — the originators of which afford a sufficient guarantee to the public, not only for the stability of the concern but for the utility it will afford to the community. We most think, that the principles and benefits of Insurance have not been, hitherto, suffi- ciently studied by us ; and even now, we suspect, the majority of those interested in the matter bestow no farther consideration upon it, than the probable amount of profit or loss likely to accrue from the speculation. If what we have heard be true, this supposition is most amply borne out ; but we shall endeavour, on the present occasion, to point out to the public, some of the most prominent advantages of Insurance, devoting the present article to a con- sideration of Life Insurance. When a Company is   established for the purpose of e...

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THE LAND COMMISSIONERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

THE LAND COMMISSIONERSHIP. IN connexion wnh this subject, we observe a Sub-Comniissionership, or bomeihing very like it, has been formed ; and our risible faculties are again excited in another transformation of the ex-Acting Governor into one of these Sub«. The strange and varied qualities of Mr, George Stephenfor office it matters not of what character, co rn ms nd s our admiration ; nor are we insensi ble to the admirabie position he has take", with reference to the final appropriation of the Country Slips. WE have great pleasure in informing the public that a slate quarry of a very superior description is about to be opened by n company, in the im mediate vicinity of the city of Adelaide, arid that Iiis Excellency the Governor has been pleased to say, should the slate prove of a suitable quality, he will give it every encourage ment in his power. John Barton Hack, Esq and many ether persons have expressed * their willingness to support the undertaking, by givi? g orders for slab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. - « - Sale of Land by Public competition. A vnluablt opportunity for newly arrived Emigrants and others suiting themselves trifft Freeholds and TSiidencet in the City of Adelaide, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr« Neale, On Thursday next, the 1st November, at Two o'clock precisely, at his Cottage, Franklin street, the following TOWH SECTIOXTO XJT Z.OTS OF OKB SIOBVH SACS. SECTION 948, Barton-terrace, North Ade laide, adjoining the property of the South Australian Company, and in the immediate vicinity of the Land purchased by the Adelaide Mechanics' Land Company. Section 387, Gouger-street, and section 571, Halifax-street, South Adelaide; and three sections in Hindmarsh Town. Also, the lease of one-fourth of section 174, Weymouth-street, for nine years unexpired, at the exceedingly low rent of £10 per annum, with an excellent three-roomed house neatly &tted-up, and in which the tenant is entitled to considerable valuation at the ead of the term. The abov...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 November 1838

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We regret that several articles in type are postponed for tlie want of room. We have to apologise for again omitting the Catho lic advertisement. " ll." in our next.

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPO RT. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 November 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPO KT; ARRIVAL. ! OCT. 28.-The brig Elizabeth, from India and Swan River, with a general cargo. DEPARTURE. OCT. 30.-The barque Lady Emma, Pi ice, for Launceston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 November 1838

T Entire Horse. O COVER THIS SEASON, at Jepp's Livery Stables, that celebrated Horse ** JUPITER," rising five years old, and stand ing fifteen hands three inches high. This cele brated horse is the properly of Messrs. Jepp and Best. Terms, five guineas, groomage included. Entire Horse. THETHOROUGH-BRED ARAB HORSE .* ABDALLAH," just imported from Calcutta, in the Australian Association Ship Emerald Isle, will stand at cover this season, at the Stables of the owners, G. B. and J. H. Gleeson, Esquires, ot Glee ville on the road to the Stringy Bark Forest. Terms : five guineas and five shillings the groom. N.B. Paddocks for mares. Extract from certificate. I can assert from the experience I have had during the time of my stay in Calcutta and elsewhere, that I consider him to be one of the j highest caste (Negdee) horses I ever landed. He is possessed of great bone and muscular j power, combined with good temper, which is most essential for a good stock getter. (Signed) J. S. MORTON, Vet...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 November 1838

«lili I ?! Il-»H^PCTjl THE ABOniGIXES. THE report of the public meeting for the proteo »ion of the Aborigines, which we have this week inserted, will be read with deep interest, con nected as it is with a subject upon which our fu ture welfare and safety will mainly depend. By God's blessing we have hitherto bee" en abled to bet'efit rather than oppress the coloured population ; the blood of our brother dors not rise up in judgment against us. We are not <<f\ those however, who deem that we usurp the rights of the coloured race, by leadingcivilization in the sturdy trat» of labour to the.se beautiful \ shores. We do not think the hincks have any exclusive property in tb,e soil ; and we shall here after endeavour to demonstrate that we are here on the basis of that common right with which ' the law of nature invests ail her children, where labour has not intervened and introduced its ne- j cessary consequents. Our view,, whilst it dis- j embarrasses the subject ...

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UNION OF THE OFFICE OF RESIDENT COMMISSIONER WITH THAT OF GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 3 November 1838

CXÏON OF THE OFFICE OF RESIDENT COM MISSIONER WITH THAT OF GOVERNOR. THE discussion of the subject of the country slips, which has been forced upon the colony hy the disinterestedness of MT.GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN, while Acting Governor, in attempting, jointly with Captain STCRT, to obtain nearly the whole of these slips, has led to the introduction of a question of the most important nature, and little contemplated, being no other than whether the union of the office of Resident Commissioner with that of Governor is, or is not, illegal, and therefore void and of no effect. This is a most serious point, and involves consequences of vast magnitude. That such an union was contrary to the principles of this colony, and to the constant representations of those who professed to be its best friends, we had no doubt ; but we confess the point in question did not occur to us, though since it has arisen we feel its force and importance. The Act of Parliament for the founding of this Colony has...

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