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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. October 18.—The cutter Mary Ann, from En- counter Bay, with a party of whalers.   October 19.—The schooner Victoria, 25 tons,         Hutchinson, master, from Kangaroo Island, with a cargo of sundries. October 20.—The barque, Stroth sh, 387 tons, F. R. Lees, Commander. From the Island of                   Timor, with ninety ponies, a large quantity of           [?], and sundries. Supercargo—Mr. J. M. Solo- man.   October 22.—The cutter Hero, 36 tons, —— master, from Encounter Bay, with stores, and a party of whalers. October 24.—The barque Lady Emma, 135         tons, Buckland, Commander, from Launceston,     with passengers, 24 horses, and a cargo of sun- dries.   SAILED.   October...

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. ANNA ROBERTSON, 588 tons from London                 —discharging cargo.         RECOVERY, (ship), 483 tons, from London         —discharging cargo—proceeds to Bombay. J.     Walker, agent. LADY LILFORD. (ship), 585 tons, from Liverpool—discharging cargo. Agents—Chas.     Beck & Co.   SOMMERSETSHIRE, (barque), 440 tons, from London—clearing out for the East Indies.           Capt. Walker, agent.   ALICE BROOKS, (barque), 212 tons, from     Liverpool—discharging cargo. Agent—John Russell.             &am...

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THE LAST GAZETTE, [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

THE LAST GAZETTE, COLONIAL DISTILLATION:- The Governor has issued a notice to the effect that so soon as the shortest time necessary for the continuance of the Act No. 4 1st Victoria, shall have expired, it is his Excellency's design to lay a bill before the Legislative Council for the purpose of entirely preventing internal distillation. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS.—Tenders are wanted       for fencing the acre of ground on which the Sur- vey Stables are erecting, and for building a stock   yard in one corner of the same. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.—At the meeting of   the Council on the 11th instant, the Police Bill   was read a third time and passed. Some sugges- tions made by Mr. Hack, regarding the bill for regulating the slaughtering of cattle were adopted. On Tuesday, the 15th, the bill for regulating the post office was read a third time and passed. A bill entituled "An Act to regulate the licensing of &...

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THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

THE NATIVES. Since the terrible example made in May last, by the execution of two blacks convicted of murdering the shepherds of Messrs Gilles and Hallett, the natives generally have conducted themselves in the msot peaceable and orderly   manner, so much so, as to have dispelled, in the minds even of the most timid, all appre- hansions of future danger from that source. In deed the settlers who are now spreading over   the century in all directions from Adelaide,   rarly see the natives at all; and, in places to       which they occasionally approach, what we hold the prudent course has been [?], and   their visits discouraged [?] the native loca-   tion in Adelaide, food in abundance is provided   for them, and as it is clear that the [?] the colonists is to render them dependent, as far as possible, on their protection, we would de- precate in all cases, as injurio...

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MUNICIAL ACT FOR ADELAIDE. [The following notice was accitentally omited last week.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

MUNICIPAL ACT FOR ADELAIDE. [The following notice was accidentally omited last week.] We congratulate the colonists on a measures which the Governor has proposed immediately to submit in the consideration of the Legislative Council, having for its objects to confer on the City of Adelaide the advantages of municipal   government. The adoption of the principle of self-government, even on the scale contempla-   ted, we consider of very great importance, not   to the inhabitants of Adelaide merely, but to the Colonists generally, and it speaks much for his Excellency's care for their best interests, that a measure so well calculated to promote them should have been so readily sanctioned. With regard to the details, it appears to us several modifications may be beneficially made. We think that as the regulations of the muni- cipal body can only have effect within the limits of the city, the contemplated provision to render such regulations, when ap...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1839. CELEBRYTION OF THE CENTENARY OF WESLEYAN MET[?]SM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1839. CELEBRYTION OF THE CENTENARY OF WESLEYAN METHODISM. Yesterday this religious festival was celebrated in Adelaide; and in a manner we think we may truly assert, that for good taste, simple feeling and devotional sincerity, could not be exceeded in any part of the old world. Before detailing the proceedings at such length as the   late hour and our limited space permit, we think a brief history of the revered founder of the   large and important body of methodists, may not be unacceptable at the present moment.       It is perhaps not generally known that the   term "methodists" as designating a religious     sect, had not its origin in the body at present   bearing the name, but belonged to a party in religion long ago, which was distinguished by       &n...

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GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

GLENELG. This fine township is about to assume its proper rank among the South Australian ports. The long contemplated jetty, we hear, will yet be constructed; and as it is the only place near Adelaide where the larger class of ships can discharge, and where it is preferable at all times to land stock, the convenience afforded by this erection will be very great. The plan of the town prepared by Messrs Light, Finniss, and Co. will be published in our next, and the proprietors, we believe, intend in a few days to submit it to a large party of their friends on the spot, when a dejeunt a la fourchette is to be provided. A fine schooner now on the stocks, built by Mr. Henning, will be launched on the occasion. She is to be named, it is said, the O. G., in compliment to the late Colonial Treasurer, Osmond Gilles, Esq., and is to be exclusively employed in the   trade between Glenelg and Port Lincoln. St John's Church.—On Saturday last, the foundation stone of this Church was...

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OVERLAND ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

OVERLAND ARRIVAL. MR. MACKINNON has just arrived overland from Sydney, bringing 3000 sheep, 200 head of cattle, some superior rams, and a large number of horses and oxen, from the well- known flocks and herds of Robert Campbell, Esq. They are sent to the care of Mr. Eyre for sale, and Mr. Mackinnon returns im- mediately to Sydney for more. Mr. Mac- kinnon reports that he met Captain Finniss, who stated to him that he was only going to bring 10,000 sheep to Adelaide, the remainder which he had purchased for this market he intended to take to Port Phillip. Mr Mac- kinnon made the journey from the lowest station on the Murrumbidgee in six weeks.     He states that he met with much trouble from the wet, all the creeks being full. The natives   were very friendly and peaceable. Captain Finniss may he expected in a couple of months. The rivers were all flooded.

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"A CHASE" AT SEA. (From the Arethusa.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

"A CHASE" AT SEA. (From the Arethusa.) Not many days had elapsed before the same Felucca was discovered, and under circumstances not quite so favorable as before; she was dead to leeward of the frigate and was discovered, during a hard gale of wind. The frigate, however, instantly     bore up, shook out a couple of reefs, and stood away in chase under all the sail she could carry. The pirate was not slow to follow the example;   but the sea was high, and the unwieldy yards of that rig, intended only for smooth seas and fine weather, was much against an escape. She was obliged to keep the wind on the quarter, for had she   kept right before it, the danger of jibbing the sails was evident. The little vessel seemed to fly before   the breeze; whilst the Arathust surged along   steadier and quicker than the chase. The Feluc-   ca was nearly buried by the press of canvass she carried; whilst the fr...

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

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

SALIIS 15Y AUCTION. TO BU SOI.U liV I'I'KMC AUCTION, ! HY J. HICIIAIWSON, j Ou Tuesday next, Oeioher —9. at hi< Kooins, cor n. r of King Wi.liam-Mn.rt IJMGHT €.!>!{«—•■neb fo'itiiniug '25 p;.Honk of j ot very Vuperior ditto; 5 t«?ns of very Mipoiior , l-'iour; .'iliout J tons of fnio Mauritius Sug-.ir; 1 j ton of line Ritna Kire ; 5 tons of I'otatoes; 50 i fc<gs of Curl; Kf.se llutter ; ID chests of line j t'oncou Tea; 24 b.ics ol iJinger: 2l)0 pro-* of j i.'oiks; 5 cwt of Olue. Al^o, « ijnantity of ?htet ii-id ; .-iliout I e«"t. of line lioi;slard ; v few pk'i'es •ut Miimvfiiv silk hawlUiM-cliitiis-, I ease of ladies' Hosiery; I bale uf very stout Wool Parks, und j various other articles j The vvVi.il.1 ot the übuve arc positively unre. ! UTiei', iir. the {r.iitii-. arc uljoik to leave the <'uloi:y. ! TO B E SOLD B V AVCT t O X, IJY MR. J. niCll -iUDsoy, <la Thursday next. October :!l, at liis Koo'ns, corner of King Williauiofivvi—]ui?...

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 26 October 1839

PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. REPORT OF EDWARD JOHN EYRE, Esq. Adelaide, October 19. 1839. THE veil under which our Island-continent has so long been hidden is being gradually raised. In a few years these immense regions will be explored in all directions, and divested Sir- I have the honor to acquaint you, for th information of his Excellency the Governor with the return of myself and party from an exploring expedition to the north west of Port Lincoln; and of the mystery which still surrounds them. Mr. Eyre's recent expedition westward from   Port Lincoln has added much to our geogra-   phical knowledge of the interior, and the in- teresting fact announced in our last, of his having determined the existence of an extensive lake far to the north-west of Mount Arden, gives fresh countenance to the opinion enter- tained by Mr Windsor Earl and many other   scientific gentlemen, that an inland sea — per- chance a water communication with the Gulf of Carp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

SALES HY AUCTION. —«♦****>££> <$% =$<*=***••♦• PORT LINCOLN. THIS l),\V. NATHANIEL lIAILKS will soil by public Aurtiuii, tliis winning, at eleven o'clock, ai the Southern Cross Hotel, the following allot ments of Land ut I'oi t Lincoln :—■ Lot. No. I Town Allotment UI3 'Jt, Ditto MW ? Ditto 887 4 S)iito 501 ! ■i iJilto 7-"J7 I li Ditto S"JJ ' 7 Ditto ■H\? X Ditto 4jl 9 Ditto 411 10 i.'iuo :<<n 11 i)Jw« 7:7 j J-J ')i(to (.(,1) I J:? Pi:ti> UJrt 14 Dit.o tjflg 16 Din-* fin i 1« Ditvt (U9 !7 Ditto 8U 15 Ditto Fjj 1:) Water l;ioiiu r e 1;> li) Ditto 52 21 Twenty-one ucivs Country Land 22 Ditto to nt 3 soi.D i?v rmtuc auction, liV J. KICHAItIJSOX, Ou Tuesday w.\i, Nosv.tLvr 5, sit twelve o'clock precisely, at his Kooms, eorncr of King Wjllkiu Street— ON'K HUNDRED dozen of tin* finest Madeira | in tiic Colony ' A few tons ot siijioriiif Mauritius Sug.Tr { A few tons I'luuj-, to he hulil by the Lag to suit ;--i:ri.-lu-t:r.-! .VJ lirl....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS Monday, October 29.—The schooner Abeona,   96 tons, Hawson, commander, from Port Lincoln, in ballast.   Tuesday, October 29.—The barque Palmyra,   469 tons, Brown, commander, from Greenock, 20th July, with 150 cabin, intermediate and steer-     age passengers, of whom remain here—Mr William Milne, Mr and Mrs Stoddart and family, Mr and   Mrs Disher and family, Mrs Spence, Miss Jessie Spence, Messrs Wm. and John Spence and two children, and fourteen in the steerage. Same day.—The barque Superb, 630 tons, Neil Shannon, commander, from Greenock, July 11,     with sundries, and passengers, of whom remain   here—Mr R. Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Brodie, Miss Brodie, Messrs C. Brodie, H. Brodie, and A. Brodie. Intermediate—Mr and Mrs Richardson,             Mr and Mrs M'Fa...

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VESSLS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

VESSLS IN PORT ADELAIDE. ANNA ROBERTSON, 588 tons from London—discharging cargo. RECOVERY, (ship)— 483 tons, from London—discharging cargo—proceeds to Bombay. J. Walker, agent.   LADY ILLFORD, (ship), 595 tons, from   Liverpool—discharging cargo. Agents—Chas. Beck & Co.                 SUPERB, (barque), 639 tons, from Greenock—     landing passengers, luggage, &c. Agents—Jas.             Frew & Co.   SOMERSETSHIRE, (barque), 449 tons, from London—clearing out for the East Indies. Capt. Walker, agent. ALICE BROOKS, (barque), 212 tons, from     Liverpool—discharging cargo. Agent—John Russell.       PRINCE REGENT, (barque), 594 tons, from   Lo...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

IMPORTS. SKERNE, (brig), 171 tons, from Sydney and     Port Phillip—300 bags 20 barrels 33 casks flour,       53 heartstones, 17 window cells, 16 hhds 1 case   wine, 10 pipes 10 hhds Port do., 5 pipes Cape do. 3 cases [?], 2 quarter casks sherry, 5 pckets   hops, 5 cases 2 casks 3 bales merchandise, 36 cases 20 half casees gin, 1 hhd brandy, 30 [?] [?]   porter, 11 casks ale, 17 casks bottled ale and       porter, 8 cases hardware, 2 casks earthenware, 1 case tinware, 1 cask [?], 17 cases 3 hhds, bottled syrup, 12 cases pickles, 4 puncheons [?] [popper?] , 20 half chests tea, 15 casks ironmongery, [?]   clocks, 18 bosex candles, 1 gig, 1 case [?], 6   casks tea, 1 casks pitch, 1 cask salt, 2 casks 24 cases sundries. LADY LILFORD, (ship), [630?] tons, from       Liverpool—2 cases 20 casks 8 bundles spades, 20 pans, 9 ...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

MARKETS. FLOUR, &c.—Flour best 55l to 60l per ton,     oats, 12s. per bushel; bran 4s. 6d. to 5s. per     bushel; rice 3d. per lb; four pound loaf 3s.           Compressed hay £18 per ton.     VEGETABLES.—Potatoes 20l. to 25l. per ton, do. per lb, 3d. to 4d.; turnips 4d per bunch [cabbage?] [?] 1d. each; carrots6d. 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. 3d. to 3s. per lb; do. salt 2s. to 2s. 6d. per lb., cheese 2s. per lb; eggs 4s. per dozen. SPIRITS, &c.—Rum 12s. per gallon; brandy         14s. to 16s. per gallon, Port wine 38s. to 4?s,         &am...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several Communications forwarded for [?] paper must stand over. Articles on the proposed Railway—"Patience and [?] [?] to settlers in the Bush" on the "Registry of [?] to Land"—"Half yearly return of the Australian Bank," and many other interesting subjects are also unavoidably [?].

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 November 1839

TO ADVERTISERS. We beg to impress on our advertising friends necessity of sending in their advertisements during the course of Thursday, or at least as early on Friday as possible. No advertisement can on any account be received after six o'clock on Friday evening.

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