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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

Soutient gtafttrattan <£CRre. THR following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published everv Saturday norning at the Office, coner ot'SteuUeus-^lace, Kundle Street PmcK or THE PAPER-6d. per number, or «Ss per annnin. Subscribers have their papers seut tutLeui il they des re it. AnvRRTisEKE -Ts-6 lines and under [each insertion] Ss. 6d ; above 6 lines Sit- per line -Advertisements cannot he received later than 4 o'» lock on »¡dav ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already iuserted toast be sent to the office hef.«re 4 o'clttck on Thursday, or they cannot b attended to. Advertisements must he narked the nuui'*er cf times they are Cit *e inserted, or they «ill be continued umil countermanded. All «uliscriptious «udadveriiseme-ts must be paid for ia advance. AGENTS fill THE »OCTBFHN AOSTRttlAH. LONDON ; John Gliddon. Ksq , S Austin Friars. Man chester : .*The Guardian " Office Mjeedss *-The Mer rurv " Office, and s. Heaid, Es ?., Surgeon. Til Kirks*t...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS.           Nov. 18.—The Prince George, from Hamburgh and the Downs, with 200 German emigrants. Nov. 19.—H.M.S. Conway, Capt. Bethune, from Sydney and Hobart Town. Nov. 22.—The Commissioners' brig Rapid, from the wreck of the Parsee, with the passengers and their luggage. DEPARTURES.   Nov. 22.—H.M.S. Conway, Capt. Bethune, for Western Australia and India. Nov. 22.—The brig Munford, to the wreck of the Parsee. The Lloyds and David Whitton, from England, may be daily expected. The Resource from London, and the Zebra from Hambro', were loading when the Prince George left. The Briton will sail for Swan River next week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. "TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, v By Mr. J. Richardson, O o Monday next. November 26tb, at 12 o clock pre cisely,:-*! his Rooms, North Terrace, near the. Church, ^ without-reserve, for the benefit of the ^Underwriters, being slightly damaged ABOUT Forty boxes of raisins and 60 boxes of j preserved fruit«», consisting of apricots, peaches, felters, quinces, apples, nectarines, icc-as also about SO/bagsof rice. ' ? 4~;:*r" -'. ' -? " ' TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Air. J. Richardson, -On Tuesday next, November the 27tb, at 12 o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, North Terrace, near the Church, the. following; being the continuation of last weeks sate, . A GREAT quantity of oil colours/ whitelead, iXJL .&c. ; a superior, assortment of all kinds of I baby linen, consisting of frocks, caps, shirts, hate, lace, &c; girls beaver bonnets ; an immense quan tity of men's and boys' wearing apparel, viz Corduroys and fustian jackets, waistcoats, trow ters, a qua...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

HOBART TOWN.   WESLEYANS — We have it from tbe first authority that the Reverend John Waterhouse, a minister of 30 years standing in the Connection, was appointed by the Conference, to take charge of the Wesleyan Mission in this Colony, and was expected to sail from England on the 1st of August last.— Colonial Times, October 9. BANK ROBBERY. — We are concerned to state that a most daring robbery was committed on the Banking Company of Aberdeen, Scotland, in the month of May last. The amount of bank paper carried off, it is stated, exceeded £15000. Mr Dunn has received notices of rewards and other par- ticulars respecting this daring affair, which we doubt not he will make as public as possible — Ibid. — By an Advertismeut in our present number, we perceive that a meeting is to be held to-morrow, at one o'clock, at the Presbyterian School-house, in order to arrange for the presentation of a service of plate to James Thomson, Esq., A.M., the same being — "A Tribute of Res...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. From the South Australian Record. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

ENGLISH EXTRACTS.         From the South Australian Record.     Our readers who are about to emigrate will be   pleased to see, from an advertisement in another part of this paper, that Capt. Chesser is about to return to South Australia, in a ship which may be termed a   South Australian vessel. For the unexceptionable manner in which Capt. Chesser executed his ex tremely difficult trust, that of taking out the first body of labouring emigrants-for the valuable infor mation he has given respecting the resources of the colony, both nautical and general-there can be no question that the colonists have incurred a debt of   gratitude, of which we hope the success to be attain   ed through his South Australian connection will be   some repayment. * BIRMINGHAM SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY.-Ata - meeting of the above society, held at the Birming 'bam-c...

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WRECK OF THE PARSEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

WRECK OF THE PARSEE.     On Sunday morning last much excitement pre- vailed in town in consequence of the reported wreck of the barque Pçrsee, from Hobart Town to this Colony, and after some time it was found the reports were but too true. Two passengers by that vessel arrived on Sunday   in an open boat, with the information that the Parsee was wrecked upon the Troubridge Reef, and that the passengers (60 in number) were safely landed ou a small island adjacent. His Excellency most promptly ordered the Rapid to the relief of   the sufferers, and that vessel returned on Thursday with those who desired to leave the spot; some pre- ferring to remain and endeavour to save a portion of the cargo. The Rapid brought also the remains of Mrs. BOUCHER, wife of C. BOUCHER, Esq., re- cently from the Isle of France. Mrs. BOUCHER had been for some time in ill health, and the ex- citement and dangers of shipwreck were too much for her exhausted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 24 November 1838

Mew Wesleyan Chapel. f HE TRUSTEES have the pleasure to1 * announce that the FOUNDATION STONE of «he NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Gawler Place, will he laid on Tuesday next, the 27jth instant, by Hrs EXCELLENCY THE GOVEH MOR, who has kindly consented lo perform the ceremony, at five o'clock, p. m., precisely. s The Rev. T. Q. Stow and the Kev. W* Lons böltoin, will engage in the services upon the occasion. New Wesleyan Chapel. THE present building being found much too   small for the accommodation of the in   creasing congregation, it has been resolved upon   to build a new Chapel in Gawler Place, Ade laide, and the aid of all Christian friends is most respectfully solicited. Amount already advertised. £504 1 6 Davis. Mr. H.... 2 2 0 Dickens, Mr. John-. 0 10 0 Hamlin. Capt. (ship Bengalee). 1 1 0   Maclaren, D. Esq.,(additional). 1 1 0 Subscriptions will he thankfully received by any of the Trustees -the Rev. W. LONGBOTTOM, Mr. E. STEPHENS...

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UNION OF THE OFFICE OF RESIDENT COMMISSIONER WITH THAT OF GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

TJ S ION OFTHE OFFICE OF RF.S1 DENT COMMISSION ER WITH TO AT OF GOVERNOR. MR. STEVENSON is exceedingly irritated at a arttfienn the abo«e subject ; and his He.nsj sc satisfies us that its io* ce is felt, though he al tempts in a recent number of the Gazrtte, I mistify the subject, and to persuade the publi that it is a ques'inii in no way interesting t them, but one raised (or mere parti' purposes WP still venture to differ from that personage - and notwithstanding all hi-* usual vu Iga ri y am abu^e, will take care in this, as in eveiy odip instance in which we tho k the public: imprest i concerned, that no attempt on his part to sith* discussion or enquiiy siiall prevail. The suhj-ct, as «e obseived in cur forme àrtie le, is onp of vast importance-aird as such for the binent of all rea Uv interested, ought ti be met in a fair, open, and candid manner, am dispassionately discussed. It may involve amongst other consequences, the security c t:tles to all country land* ; and although ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

i KEW ZEALAND. j Extract j toni a letter, dated Bay oj Islands, bepl. \6th :-The American ship Independence is now laid op at Hokianga, in consequence of Captain Clenden, her owner, having refused to credit Mr. J. White, the charterer, with ten pounds of sugar. Mr. White felt the insult so much, that he threw up the charter j party, and detained the masts, which were then lying on shore. The crew and officers also left the ship, and she now lies in the river dismasted, ready to receive Baron <!e Thierry's prisoners on board. 1 am sorry to inform you thal the house of Mr. Turner, one of the Wesleyan missionaries, was burned down last week, by which he lost all his goods and wear ing apparel. The Roman Catholic priest has only, two natives who are inclined to believe his doctrine He has only visited the Bay twice since his arrival. It is to be hoped that when the settlers arrive in New Zealand from England that they will not be landed on the west side, or on any improper pa...

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REMOVAL OF THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

REMOVAL OF THE PORT. RUMOURS of the most conflicting kind with re ference to the intention of the Government in th's affair have been rife during the last two or three weeks. If the statements made to us are correct, the wholeschemewillwethinkproveabortive. We can, however, scarcely bring ourselves to believe that there is any truth in them, and we shall wait patiently till the matter assumes form and consis tency. In the mean time we frankly confess that our knowledge of the spot leads us to doubt the practicability of the scheme, without an outlay far exceeding that which we 'think* the Province can at present afford. It is our duty as jour nalists to ensure the fair and open discussion of every matter which is of any public interest, and we shall therefore make ourselves sufficiently acquainted with the locality in order to lay before our readers a fair and unprejudiced account of the spot on which it is intended to erect the future port of South Australia.

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

To the Editor of the Southern Australian. SIR.-lo Magna Charta there occurs the follow« ing passage : -" AT«/a negabimus, nulli vendemvs tut deferremusjustitiam" Let us see how far this golden rule has been acted upon in our happy colony In April last we had an adjourned Gaol Delivery, and two or three pi ironers were theo left untried. There are now in the Gaol (which is Calcu lated for nine persons only) not less than 20- all charged with criminal offences, of whom* there are 14 or 15 for trial, besides which there ate 13 or. 14 out ou bail, making upwards of 27 persons for.trial at the next General Sessions. Is not this statement sufficient to convince any one of ihe necessity of hav ing an immediate Gaol Delivery ? On the 13ih of the present month one of the Bar risters of the Supreme Court presented to the Judge a Petition signed by all the prisoners then in the Gaol, setting forth the above stated facts, and praying for an immediate Session. On the 16th His Honour stated that ...

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THE CREEN SLIPS, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

THE CREEN SLIPS, >-7 WE have heard that the correctness of our report of an offer by a large body of proprietors among the labouring classes to suppbrt Mr. POLLARD in resisting the grants of these portions of land, has been denied. We beg to reiterate that such an offer WAS made by a party representing him self to be duly authorised, and we have no reason to doubt that he was so.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ABORIGINES. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . THE ABORIGINES. 7V> TA it ar af the Snuthim Australian. SIR,-I observe that Hr. Hutt, one of the Com -1 missioners for South Australia, whilst in the House i of Commons last June, during the debate on the New Zealand Bill, alluded to this Colony generally, and more especially with reference to its aborigines, in a manner in which it deserves to he spoken of, and I for one most cordially return my thanks to Mr. Hutt for thus standing forward and before the representatives of the British nation wiping away that stigma upon the name of " Colonists " which has for ages attached to them, whenever they have been brought into connexion with the poor savages whose lands they have seized, and in return have heaped Upon them cruelty upon cruelty, in many cases amounting to almost total extermination. Mr. Hutt said " While there is no other instance in the history of the world of a European people settling down among coloured tribes without bloodshed, violence, an...

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WRECK OF THE FARSEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

WRECK OF THE FARSEE. AN error has crept into our last week's account of the loss of this vessel, which we willingly correct. The Farsee is only 34 miles out of her course and not 70 as we stated, the former being the distance of the shoal from Holdfast Bay; we reckoned from Cape Jervis where she first left her course, which is 70 Utiles from the wreck. The Munford has not returned, though she is daily looked for. AB we expected, we have been favoured with many and some very full accounts of this sad event, and they are of a nature to render it more and more imperative upon the authorities to sift the matter to the bottom. We shall at present say no more, but we owe a duty to the public which we must fearlessly perform, and when the proper time comes they shall know the history of the accident from the beginning to the end. We would suggest that the Agent for Lloyds, or some other authority, should immediately pnblish the situation and bearings of the Troubridge Reef, that all Captai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

1JOSIAH PARTRIDGE, late of Stroud, io 5 the County of Gloucester, bat at present re siding in Grenfell-street, Adelaide, having been admitted to the practice of the superior Courts at Westminster, intend applying in open Court on the last day of the ensuing term to be admitted an Attor ney, Solicitor, and Proctor of the Supreme Court of South Australia. JOSIAH PARTRIDGE. November 30th, 1838. In Crawler Place, I IGHT, FINNISS, AND CO. have several ' very eligible plots of Building Ground to let on lease in this improving and populous neighbourhood. WANTED a respectable steady MAN, capable of keeping accounts, and to assist in a store. Apply to Mr. J. RICHARDSON, Auctioneer, North Terrace.

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY—THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

TilE SOCTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY-T0E BANK. WE have received and perused with unmingled gratifica:io», the second repon of the Directors <>f the South Australian Company, and in some future number we sb-dl gratify our readers with extracts from a document which, whilst it strikingly demonstra es the triumphant sncress attendant upon the exeilions of the powerful Association called into existe: ce by the un rivalled talent and er.cgy of their excellent chairman, G. FIFE ANGAS, Esq., provts with equal force that the career of lite Colony must day by day be one of augmenting success and prosperity. It should never be forgotten by the colonists that the Scuth Australian Company invested their immense capital in the service "I the I'ro'iuce at a tin e when success was uncer tain, and the commercial world, to say the least, incredulous. It is an easy matter to ** swell Ute tr tun ph and partake the gate," but it requires a strong mind to core with difficulties such as litóse whi...

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THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum.---HOR. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v. 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1838. LEGISLATION.—THE ACT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque deceits euro, et rogo, et omnis in hoc rum.-Hoa. EP., lib. 1, ep. 1, v- ll. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1838. LEGISLATION.-THE ACT OF PARLIAMENT. WE hate long-winded apologies, and therefore do not intend to make them ; but the fact is, we are obliged by the press of matter again to post pone our further consideration of the South Australian Act, and the legislative powers arising out of it. We hope that our variety of intelli gence will in some measure atone for this further delay, although we know how important our readers consider the full developement of a sub ject so vitally interesting to the Colony.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

Southern Staetralían etäte. TBK following are the te rim of Hie SOUTHERN AUSTH.AH A N. which is published ever» Saturday «norning at the Office,curuerof Stepbeus-place, Kundle Street f NICK or THE PAPKR-6d. per number, or 96s per annum. >u' seri bera have their papers sent to them ii they des re it. ASVKKTISKME TB-.« linet and under [each insertion] S». 6d ; abnre 6 lines 3d. per Hue -Adveitiieineun. cannot be received later than 4 oN luck on Friday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted mu«t he »eut to the office before * o'clock on Thursday, or they cannot b . »ttended to. Advertisements must he marked the nunnet cf times they are to ? e inserted, or th« y will be continued umil countermanded. All «u^scripùous aud advéraseme. U must be paid Tor ia advance. «CENTS FOB THE SOUTHERN ACST&41.I AN. IjOiixi!« -, John Gliddon. Esq , 3 Austin Kriars. ¡fan theater: "1 he GuardianM Office IMÚMÍ . The Mer cura *. Office, and s. Head, Es .., Surpeon. ti Kirka«t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

DIED—On the 28th ultimo, HENRY MILDRED, aged eighteen months, the son of Mr. H. MILDRED of North Adelaide.

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT.   ARRIVAL.   Nov.29 — The Victoria Schooner, from Kangaroo Island. The Briton sails for Swan River on Monday. The Abeona sails on Monday to the Wreck of the schooner Elizabeth, in Encounter Bay. Captain Hawson has purchased the Hull, &c.

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