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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

Ai>VK>M'ISK\IKVTS. QJ*.ii" aJtrrttsrinni/s must be i>ni I tnr juvvii u< A. invrifV'in, unli-ss Jirviinlfi In s-ifh ol'mr jri'iuU ns lutrr ujwnrtt nnwihii tnwint* <n tlir flic?; ««•' AihtrUsrri "ir ntfustt-i fMiliralnrlii In 'l'tl~f lll'lt «./(•«•?*....•■!?•/.?> <.«■-. #W/W «-.// /?• ,<mli,.m,t urn! rlnuynl / 1 «/«'. v> <;.tttiiiT'nuniii<l 111, fix ii'cln-li itn 'J'ilil .-, ihlll ..•.M'«7. i- « ovi.cn- a. I SO*thItSIiTS!IIHK.4-<U *iv .t •i.raif, aii-l u.iVii.l «pvi'ry v.milort t«* J?^s> ' A iiilv to Cai>ta? Jacks in on li?;>r«1, or to '* * J. U'AI.JtKlt. Iliii'llrv-MiPi't. /•'■/ H'?"i')'f/. Cilhiitt at «'«/'?'?/??, f|V IK line *!ii i IHICiH'KRY. ifl*W_- 1 Til "Mvs l«mvsn.-.Oi mil til If i. This slii 1 li.i^ a I ir^ir |>oj,?. aii-l is in 'gjfajffiwjr i-voiy ivsj.cct a lir>t-i*te |i.i*sfiigLT Apply to Cuiiuin JoiiNiO.v on Im.inl, nr to " J. WM.Ki:«. Miiiil!. y-suret. F«?« I.AUNCKS...

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, OCT. 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, OCT. 13. Flour &c.—Flour best 60l. to 65l. per ton;   oats 11s to 12s per bushel; bran 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel; rice 3d. per lb.; four pound loaf 8s. VEGETABLES.—Potatoes 23l. to 25l. per ton;   &c. 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, SEP 27. LAUNCESTON.—Flour, finest quality 55s. per 100   lbs.; seconds 50s per 100lb; wheat 20s. to 25s.   per bushel; barley 7s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel; oats 6s to 7s per bushel; rice 4d to 5d. per lb.; tea 10l. to 15l. per chest; bee...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1839. THE LAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1839. THE LAST GAZETTE. SPECIAL SURVEYS—Plans of the survey taken by W. H. Dutton, Esq., in the Mount Barker district, and by H. D. Murray and j. Reid Esq's. on the Para, are now completed, and will be exhibited at the Land Office, on and after this day within one fortnight after which the original pur-   chasers are required to select their land. LAND SALES.—During the week four 80-acre   sections in district A have been sold to John   Wright, Esq., of London.   EMIGRATION DEPOT.—Two blacksmiths, two shoemakers, a baker, a chandler, a gardener, a maltster, a female servant, and nine boys are now unemployed in the Depot.

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY.—RETURN OF MR EYR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY.— RETURN OF MR EYRE. WE have the pleasure this week of announcing the return of our excellent and enterprising friend, Edward John Eyre, Esq., from an exten-   sive exploration reaching nearly at the western limit of the province. Mr Eyre, our readers will remember, left Adelaide in July for Port Lincoln, in the brig Porter ; and after spending   a few days in examining the country adjacent   to that magnificent harbour, and arranging his     party, which consisted in all of seven persons,     he left Port Lincoln on the 5th August, and   followed the line of coast to Streaky Bay, nearly     in longitude 142° east, which he reached on   .. of the same month. The land, as seen .... was extremely low and flat,       covered with a thick scrub of the eucalyptus mimosa and tea tree. Mr. Eyre did not cross a single creek, or fall in with a water hole ...

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MONUMENT TO COLONEL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

MONUMENT TO COLONEL LIGHT. OUR readers will observe from an advertisement in another column that steps have already been taken and a considerable sum subscribed, for the erection of a movement of Colonel Light. If appears to have been decided that the me- morial shall be a statue; and certainly, if suf-   ficient funds for the purpose can be raised, none   could be more appropriate. But the expence is great. The statue of Sir Richard Bourke,   by Bailey, a sculptor second in eminence only To Gibson or Chantrey, cost the inhabitants of New South Wales upwards of £2,500; and   we presume that the resolution to erect a statue to the memory of Colonel Light, implies that     it shall be executed in a manner worthy of the   object. The measures of the Committee, of     course, will be regulated by the means in its possession; and should these fall short of the &nbs...

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INCREASING VALUE OF PORT LINCOLN PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

INCREASING VALUE OF PORT LIN- COLN PROPERTY. THAT the colonist of South Australia under-   stand in what the merits of Port Lincoln consist, is proved by the fact that two twenty- four-acre sections in that survey, possessing no extraordinary advantages, were sold at Mr.     Halles's auction on Thursday last, for upward-     one hundred and sixty pounds each one al-     lotment—not a water frontage—was sold for forty-six pounds, and another for thirty-one       pounds; and this, being remembered, the day   after Mr. Eyre's unfavorable report as to the quality of the land in the western division of the province became universally known. The question—Is there good agricultural land in the neighbourhood of Port Lincoln?—is one of         very little moment. the unequalled harbour  ...

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THE ECONOMISTS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

THE ECONOMISTS ON SOUTH AUSTRALIA. As it may amuse readers to know what the political doctors think of high prices, we transcribe from the last received number of the Record their account of our disease, and of our own especial ignorance of its character and tendency. It is pleasant to be assured by     authority so competent that we are merely dying of a plethora of good health, and that the high prices we objected to are the result   of the extravagant profits arising from "the     high price of fine wool." It is , we suppose, nothing to the purpose that at the time al-         luded to, wool growing had scarcely com- menced in the colony, and could have no effect   on the matter—seeing that the result, in any   case, would have been the same. But to-day we have neighter time nor space to laugh at the doctor's crotchets. We publish them, &a...

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UNITED STATES. NORTH-EASTERN BOUNDART. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

UNITED STATES. NORTH-EASTERN BOUNDARY. We copy the following the Bangor Whig of May 17:— Rumours of Trouble:— We have been forward with the perusal of a letter dated St. Croix, May 14, from a gentleman at hat place, who writes that M'Laughlin has been at Fish River, which is about fifty miles from No. 10, with forty men,   and ordered of by letter Captain Kye with his   men, about thirty in number. They then went   down the river, it is [?] for [?].   The letter adds—"We immediately sent one ex-   press to Fort Fairfield for men, and one to Colonel Jarvis, informing him of the facts, and started a boat load of men, ammunition, and provisions, for the seat of war! We say Fish River country, by the arrangement, belongs to us. We have sent a force there to secure the timber, take off tres- passers, and exercise jurisdiction." The following is an extract from the arragnement     made between Harve...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Last night we received Launceston and Ho-   bart Town papers to the 28th ult. We have not had time to examine them yet, but in glancing over the Tasmanian of the 27th, we find a complete contradiction of the paragraph inserted in our last, regarding the resignation of John Franklin. This paragraph we   inserted on the authority of the Colonial   Times, and we now give the subsequent state- ment of the Tasmanian:—   "We observe, with astonishment, a statement   in the Colonial Times [?] to the resignation of Sir John Franklin. Upon what authority our fellow-laborer announces this intelligence we do not know. He says that it came from a channel which convinces him of its accuracy; and we be-     lieve him, because we are firmly of opinion that the conductors of the Colonial Times are particularly careful and scrupulous as to the admission of any matter either offensive or inco...

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NEW SOUTH WALES, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

NEW SOUTH WALES. The barque Exporter arrived on Wednesday from Sydney with a cargo of flour by her we learn that there is still a great demand for flour in Sydney on account the ill-success of several vessels sent to India and other parts for wheat, which they were unable to obtain. Rice is now, in Sydney, being substituted for   flour. A considerable number of emigrants had arrived, and the price of stock had conse-     quently risen. Bullocks were bringing from £11 to £15 each; horses were also ver high.       The tide of Emigration has began to flow to to New Zealand, and several vessels had left Sydney for that place with stock. We subjoin a few extracts from the Sydney papers, which we have received to the 20th ult.:—   The Country.—The advices which have reached   Sydney from various parts represent that much   rain has fallen. In certain places the land has sus...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

PORT PHILLIP. Our port Philip papers are up to the 20th ult., but are almost destitute of any description of news:— Three allotments in Collins-street, directly facing our office and club-house, sold on Saturday last by public auction for £9244 10s. One piece   of this land had been sold by private contract for £1990, thus making in all £1?,224 19s. for three allotments of seventy-six perches each. Part of the street frontages brought thirty-one     guineas per foot. Which of the colonies whether our elder or junior, can compete with this? These   allotments were the property of C. M. Ebden,   Esq., and the sale was effected by the talented Mr. C. Willams. Thus we hope to see Australia   Felix continue to advance—Patriot.         On Monday last, September 2, 1839, the most   intersting ceremony yet connected with the   &n...

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FACTS, FANCIES. AND RECOLLECTIONS. [?] ford records,"— SHAKSPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. "Trivial fond records,"— SHAKSPEARE. M.S. [?] by our own talents or endowments for the sake of     the reputation of these, which, as they coincide   neither with our natural powers or inclinations,     [?] sit easily on us. Even if it does not ren- der us [?] by [?] us to a notable fall         from which escape is rare, the constraint which this foolish pretention imposes upon our actions             and behaviour, never fails to attract contempt   or pity. The friends of the "[?] as he is" [?]         «... ?',,... ??«" rV • -n ••! i-'fi. ii.t:" aiil 'li'i.Ji ..•-.??:•, .:? .-iv il i-n.-i' «>il l',y <i;i« .. r -,:.-, ,-,„ i..r..? f.. ■,'« if in-ii.h. II s,. ■,!.-• li; n;-f>-...

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VESSEL'S IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE.   [?] from Green-                       ock—[?]. Agents—James [?].             ANNA ROBERTSON, 553 tons from London     —discharging cargo.       RECOVERY (ship) ?84 tons, from London —discharging cargo—proceeds to Bombay. J.     Walker, agent. LADY LILFORD, (ship), 595 tons, from Liverpool—discharging cargo. Agents—Chas.        Beck & Co. SOMERSETSHIRE, (barque), 480 tons, from               London—discharging cargo. Capt. Walker,   agent. ALICE BROOKS, (barque), 212 tons, from   &...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

DIED— After an illness of three days, aged 8 months and 12 days, Eliza Annette, the only child of Edmund William Andrews Esq., of Ade-     laide, and grandchild of the Rev. Edward An-   drews, L.L.D, of Walworth.    

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Sunday, October 11—The barque Dumfries,   468 tons, Richard Thompson, Commander, from   London, with a cargo of British merchandise. Passengers—Mr and Mrs Kemmis and family, Miss Kemmis, Mr. Rhodes James, Mr. John James, Mr Boncher James, Mr. Joseph Gripper, Mr. Charles       Hentig, Mr. Joseph Hill, Mr. Thomas Perry, Mr     Phillip Snell La Mothe Chauncy, Mr. Thos Anslow,   [?] [?] [?] Anstow. Intermediate—Mr and               Mrs Davis, Mr and Mrs Hillier, Mr and Mrs Matts, Mr and Mrs Cock, Mr and Mrs Pattison Mr and Mrs Gibson, Mr and Mrs Aubin, Mr and Mrs Porter, Mr and Mrs Barton, Messrs Powell, Van, Rawlins, Spicer, Jeffrey, Allen, Spense, and Cook, and twenty-seven in the steerage. Agent—       Captai...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

ENGLISH NEWS. By the Dumfries we have papers from England to the end of June. They contain little of importance. South Australian papers to the end of January had been received in England, containing news of the first four special surveys having been taken. This had caused consi-   derable excitement, and the consequence was taht a great number of ships were laid on for our colony, so that large additions to our popu-   lation may be daily looked for. PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS.     In the House of Lords on the 14th June, Lord Melbourne, in answer to an inquiry from Lord Brougham, said that he still entertained a hope   that peace in the East would be preserved; adding     that no intelligence of any collision had been received, although affairs wore a more manacing attutide than formerly. The Marquis of Normanby (in asnwer to Lord Brougham's inquiry) and that the Government had divested attent...

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LEVEE AND DRAWING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

LEVEE AND DRAWING ROOM. On Tuesday the 17th instant (being the anniversary of the assumption of the Govern-   ment by Colonel Gawler), His Excellency and Mrs. Gawler received the colonists . The fol- lowing ladies and gentlemen were present .— His Honor the Judge and Miss Cooper; the the hon. Colonial Secretary and Mrs Gouger; the hon. Advocate-general, the hon. Assistant Commissioner and Mrs Sturt.   Rev. Messrs. Howard, Quaife, Stow. Messrs Andrews, Austey, Austin, Ashton, Baker, J. E. Barnard, Bartley, Wm. Bartley, James Bennett, S. Bennett, Barry, Bonney, Bryant, N. B. Bull, J. W. Bull, Eyre, B. T. Finniss, Forrest, Ferguson, Gell, T. Gilbert, J. P., Giles, J.P. Gilles, J.H. Gleeson, E. B. Gleeson,   Gordon, Hallet, J.P., Alfred Hardy, Arthur Hardy, Edward Hardy Hance, R. Harris, Inman, J. A. Jackson, Jickling, H. Jones, J.P., F. Jones, King- ston, Knort, J. P. Latchfield, M. D., Lock, D.   McLaren, J.P., J M'Leod, H. M'Pherson...

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INCREASE OF STOCK, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 19 October 1839

INCREASE OF STOCK, By the Exporter just arrived from Sydney we have information that the important of large flocks of sheep of the finest breeds in New South Wales, is to be carried on to an extent we scarcely had reason to contemplate, and       hear from one party of capatalists alone we may   exceed about 50,000 during the present season.   Of this number upwards of 20,000 are on their           way, under the charge of Captain Finnis, who,   with Mr. Hampden Dutton and his brother, have   determined to complete the importation of the           larger number we have mentioned. It is im-     possible to overrate the advantage to the colo- nists of this increase to our flocks, and we sin-     cerely trust that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

I't.'llUSfiM* THIS DAY, rfli.rf 7r,a\- U- hud at ih^ «'-nr.il(fi' oml lliii'^Ut 0 T'ci. liimh,, >/,.,/, fc J H^HK KOYAI. MiITH AUSTKALIAX X. t'HJ.KI A!..\I\NACK furiiic vouri64o. i'ri.e 0.-ii- lL r. Ti'.olni-go A!i.i;iiia«*J< will In; |ju!clisi:<:<l on tl.c Ivt J).i-. miar. Niiittrrilitii'b iiusiks will be rvecived at 1....- Ai</<.sf,c Ofti.v -:;ov.-.;. ;o; ra ai.'STU'.i.ian' ai.ma.\:cic. roa ISJO. rjpUK ji'iljVi-Ik'is «if tin1 fV.mli A:i~!r.i.iiin -L Ai,i!;:ii;u I: n j.'j {oil 01..i-<<i !iy u'<.i<.-luui's, «-l::|>f.ii-^- j;^i'i.is, !;;:;i! ;i;;t-nis. .•,m:ijii,c'^ 1 imii. i:-->!-;*iii W..IV, i.,.,.p«? ( .f in;:K ~11.) |..Vi'rits ft .;:•■..;:'■, .-., :, iri.li.y in tl.i'ir juli|.(>^(>s In (in j .'• '.v.'r,• W.V.i-, i.ii- jMililiiiilii.il i:i lu-xt yr;,:S Aiii'.-.:t.:i!:, us Oiiiiy "? [lOMibic in lite i^mkiij \. H'K. Ni.-.i-.t-v el .-I;:!-, so-iili«-<. ?, v.it!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. «gs* All atlrertinrmtnts must bit paid for prrvicus to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our I friends as have opemii mtmlhli/ aecnunls at the tJlb'cc; and Advertisers 'are requested particiilurli/ to notire that udvertisrmtnts once inserted will be continued and <hanjt*l for vnl'Ss countermanded by «ix o'efock on Thurs day eremiui. FOR TIIK MAJMiITIfS, To xn il in about ten days, J£*£ TT\ JJ X fine fust-suiting brig s^S^tito. *> MARY MALI.ABY, t&M^WIWL "•<YS'fs. Commander. |- ur |, c .;gl, t , jr passage apply to the CouiiiuiuUt on ho:ird, or to JOHN WALKER, Agent, Ilindley-strect. The above vessel is jirw discharging r?rgo, and Consignees are particularly riqueste*! to receive their goods. For Hot/thai/, eat/inp fit Cntombn, a^^c ry*UK fin.? «!,!> RECOVERY, ACWgm^. *■ ThoMasJohnros, Commander. 4mPJ9r£x This ship has a l«ivt> paop, ami is in tj^Jg?gT every respect a firstr?t<f passenger Apply to Captain Johnson ...

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