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

SALES BY AUCTION. E1 TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. Neale, At the Stores of Capta.n Walker, Ilindley street, on Monday, December 3rd, at twelve j o'clock, without reserve, IIGÍIT MERINO RAMS of a superior j description. A QUANTITY OF USEFUL DEAL TIMBER, fit for Mooring and other pur-| poses of Building, being the fittings-up of the Emigrant Ship SURRY. Also, for the benefit of the parties concerned, I being partially damaged, about 40 barrels of J Pork and a few casks of Beef. After which, in perfectly good condition, a I few bags prime Mocha Coffee, a quantity of superior Cape Raisins, and sundry other articles, j The purchasers of the raisins will be allowed to take on account of each purchase any quantity not exceeding one cwt, nor less than 28 pounds. Terms of payment will be made known at the time of sale. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,) By Mr. J. Richardson, On Tuesday. December the 4th, at 12 o'clock precisely, on the premises-of Y. Et. Hutchinson,1 Esq., North Terrace, ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 1 December 1838

NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL. I THE ceremony of laying the foundation stone of this building took place on Tuesday last, and at the appointed hour hundreds of individuals had   gathered together to witness a scene gratifying to the feelings of every colonist, and of peculiar interest to those whose anxious desire is, that as we advance in temporal things so should our Colony continue to maintain and extend its op- portunities for religious instruction. To our mind, the scene we witnessed upon this occasion was one of thrilling interest. As we stood upon that spot set apart for the worship of Jehovah, surrounded by the great and the good of our colonial society, and whilst the praises of his people were ascending to the throne, of our Heavenly Father, soliciting his blessing and ren- dering thanks for his mercies, — we thought upon what less than two short years had effected, and how infinitely poor and meagre must be our thanksgiving in comparison with our mercies. Over this spo...

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

Just received ex " Briton," from the Cape of Good Rope. T^RIED FRUITS, consisting of apricots, peaches, nectarnea quinces, ap, les a> d pears« Also: raisin«, almonds, walnuts, lime juice, maize, oats, baney, o¡ ions, lintier,! audits, tallow, n<-grohead tobacco, hyson.souchong anti congou tea ; coffee ; ciar» I in bottle, j on in bottle, Cape Madaira and 1'oniac. JOUN RUSSELL. Adelaide, Nov. 3, 1838. á * FORGE ALàTuN, respectif Hy l»e»s Iw.ve to inform the Merchants and Traders ol Adelaide, that ht has comme-- ced b< sit ess as an Accountant, Factor, and Arhitiator. Book« written up, and balam ed by sn gie or r'onhl entry. Disordered accounts atranaed and rpade cut. Trust estates n anaged und wound np with dispatch. Agencies coi.ducted on reasonable terms. Gilles Arcade, Oct. 26. Native Timber. f|N SALE, at the Timber Yard of J« lin Crawford and Co , Timber Meichants and Builders, Rundle-street : Plates Lar«.e and small shingles Quagering llali-n.ih wea her ...

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AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL BANK. WE had intended to allude to and examine at some length, the merits of an institution, which, under the above title, has been blazoned forth to the world lately by Mr. R. LYON MILNE, recently (we hate heard) Professor of Greek in the Univer sity of Port Louis, Mauritius, and Mr. CHARLES BOUCHER, the brother of Mr. FREDERICK BOUCHER, lately the Secretary to the Bank of Australasia, in London, but now Secretary to the Australasian Loan Company of London. The directors, originators, or shareholders of this institution are not named; and we had deemed it a duty We owe to the public, fully and fairly to examine this projected institution, which might involve the prosperity or ruin of many of the colonists. We find, however, by an advertisement which appears in our paper to day, and which has gone the round of the Colonial* newspapers, that the Bank of Australasia have officially denounced the thing, arid have declared that Mr. MIXITÉ had no authority for usi...

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PROPOSED MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

PROPOSED MARKET. WE bavé the pleasure of stating that our recom mendation in a previous number, for the estab lishment of a market place for the sale of vege* tables, &c. is about to be carried into effect. It had, ia fact, been anticipated by Mr. FISHER; the late Resident Commissioner, who has been, for some timé contemplating the erection of a suitable building upon an extensive scale, and which, we are informed, he has determined to erect on his two sections directly opposite the stores of Messrs. Beck and Co., Flinders-street: The buildings are to form three sides of a quadrangle, and to be of Uniform but Simple elevation^ two stories high, with a Verandah along the front of the whole; They wilt consist of upwards of twenty shops, adapted for the sale of meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, dairy, produce, and every other necessary article of consumption. In the centre of the ground is to be a building bf considerable dimensions for the sale of corn, hay, seeds, Sx. and a ca...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. , We regret that the " Repart af a tisit to York's Peninsula" did not arrive sufficiently early for our present number. We will however have pleasure tn inserting it next tceek "opes"' second, letter in our next. Press of matter compels us to defer much information . recenxly received from England and the Colonies, besides several articles on auf heal affairs. * .jg* See Supplement.

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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 8, 1838. LEGISLATION—THE ACT OF THE 4TH AND 5th WM IV, c. 95. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decena euro, et rogo, et omni» in hoc tum -HOB. KP., lib. I, eft 1, T ll. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1838. LEGISLATION-THE ACT OJF TOE 4TH AND 5th WM iv, c. 95. Ona attention has been hitherto directed to the foundation and not to the superstructure of our system ; we have been pioneers rather than explorers. But whilst our advance bas been gradual, we may at least hope that it has been secure, and compound for the caution of the past, by the easy and onward movement of the future Let us for a moment revert to the field of enquiry which we have traversée1, and allow the mind momently to «rlanee over the most prominent object of such of its features, as have been exhibited to us. We have feen that the founders of trie colony impressed with the novel and important consequences elicited in the admirable work of the author of " England and America,*' and desirous at once to benefit the mother country, and to demonstrate the practi cability ...

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NEW LANDING PLACE AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

j NEW LAS9ISG PLACE AT PORT ADELAIDE. WE had prepared an article for publication upon the projected new Port, but upon re-consideration have determined to postpone it un il our next, in order that the public may have ample time to calmly delibetate upon His Excellency's propo sals, without being biassed by us either pro or con. It is however a matter for very serious considera tion, and we therefore insert the Governor's nc* tice, that it may have the necessary publicity : PUBLIC NOTICE.-His Excellency the Governor and Resident Commissioner requests the attention oí lue cu.ouiaiä o. ooiitfa Australia Ju the following considerations.- - 1. However necessary it might have been, at the first settlement of the colony, to have fixed the au thorised landing place in its present situation, yet, in the now highly advance and rapidly advancing state of the commerce and society, the situation has become most inconvenient, discreditable, and inju rious to the public interests. 2. About Tour mi...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ *. rf. £ s. rf. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.. 0 16 0 to 1 0 O London, per bbd. .. 9 0 O .. IO O O Ashby's, per barn! 9 O O .. IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 O O .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce. 6 O O .. 9 O O fresh, lb. ll .. 1 4 Butter, fresh, lb. 3 O 3 6 salt, do. 2 ?.. 2 6 Coffee, lb. 9 IO Candles, moulds, lb.....1 3 dips, do....... 1 O wax," do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 0 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 .. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 10 Colonial, ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,. 9.. 1 0 Flour,colonial, per 100 lbs. I 12 0 .. 1 15 0 Hams, per lb. 1 3.. 1 0 Hops, do. 2 6 .. 3 4 Hay, per ton,. 9 0 0 .. 10 O O Iron, do. 18 0 0 20 0 0 Maize; per bushel. 60.. 8 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ll .. 10 Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... 12 .. black, do. 2 6.. 3 6 Porter, per dozen. 16 0.. 1 0 O . London, hhd. 9 0 0.. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0.. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel. 5 10 0 .. 45 0 0 Potatoes, per ton.12 O 0 .. 16 0 0 Rice, per lb. 2.. ß Soap, English, per lb. 6 .. 7 Spirits in bon...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING lt UP O KT* I ARRIVALS. I DEC. 1.- Barque Lloyds, Garrett, froai London 1st August, witti passengers and geneial cargo. DEC. 1.-Barque Catherine Jamieson, W. Hut chinson, (rom Leith, with passengers and cargo for this port and Sydney. DEC. 2.-Barque Lady Emma, Price, hom Laun ceston. DEC. 2.-Barque Reg ia. Johnstone, from Port Phillip and Sydney. DEC. 3 - Barque David Whitton, Capt. Wright, from London and the Cape of (iood Hope. DEC 4.-Barque Lady Mary Pelham, iio-s, from Sydney. DEC. 7k-The schooner FAisabeik, dom Launces ton, with sundries. DFPAfctÜRES. DEC. 4.- Prince George, Capt. Chillcott for Sou. rabaya DEC. 7 -Brig Briton, Capt. Harrington, for Swan Uiver and Java. VESSELS IX n.ARBOCR. Barque Lady Emma, Price, fioiu Launceston, dis charging. Captain Waiker agent. Brig David, Hart, from Hobart Town, clearing out for Sydney. Beck and Co. agents. Schooner Jofin Pirie, Martin, from Sydney, dis charging. H. Tod, agent. Barque Bengalee, Hamlin, from London and I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

Bank of Australasia. INCORPORATE«) BY ROYAL CHARTER. A PROSPECTUS being in circulation is sued by the Pro jectors of tlie Australian Agricultural Bank at Adelaide in South Austra lia) in which it is stated that Deposits intended for the proposed Bank may be paid into the Establishments of this Corporation in the Colo nies, or in London to the Agent of the Austra lian Agricultural Bank, FREDERICK BOUCHER, Esq » who rs therein stated to be the Secretary of the Bank of Australasia f NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Mr. Boucher is not the Secretary of this Bank in London ; that this Bank has no connection what ever'with the proposed Australian Agricultural Bank ; nor will Deposits be received for it atany of the Colonial Establishments of this Bank. G. KINNEAR, Impctor. Sydney, 6th Nov. 1838. ^_ Adelaide Bazaar, BY B. BAKER. ON ACRE 83, RUNDLESTREET, a little beyond the Company's new brick Stores; the following Goods, received per last ships, having been purchased in England at first hands,...

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NEW ZEALAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

NEW ZEALAND NEWS. - The laws formed hythe inhabitants of Korora rika, have had the desired effect of preventing deser tion among the vessels refreshing here; several seamen have been flogged and taken on board their ships. Jn fact, no seaman belonging to a vessel can be on shore after dark without a written pa«s from the master or chief officer. A circumstance occurred a few days since, which I think ought to be publicly known ; perhaps you would be kind enough to insert the same in your journal. Capt. Butler, of the barque Nimrod, of Sydney, while lying at anchor ready for sea, discovered that his sailmaker had left the ship ; Capt. B. lost no time io making it known to the members of the association, who immediately set out iu ali directions in search of the said deserter. Two days passed without success; Mr. Cray, an old hand in the Bay, proposed that boats should be dis patched .to the Mission settlements to search the trading vessels belonging to that society, he (Mr. Grey) kno...

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INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

INDIAN NEWS. MEETING OF THF. AUSTRALIAN. ASSOCIATION OF BENGAL, July 2. 1838.-At a meeting of the Austra lian Association of Bengal, at the Town Hal!, this morning. Edward Sterling, Esq., C.S., in the chair. The Secretary read the report of the Committee as follows .* Third Report of the Committee of the Australian Association. We are happy to have it in our power to com mence the third report, by announcing the safe re turn of the first ship dispatched by us. The Guillardon, Captain Rapson, left Calcutta . on the 17th December, and the Sand-heads on the 20th, and returned here on the 20th ultimo, exactly six months. 1'he passa ge to the Swan was rather a long one, and in consequence of the great delay and de tention, the vessel was likely to suffer by going to the new settlement in South Australia, Captain Rapson decided with concurrence of the majority of his passengers, to proceed direct to Hobart Town, and their to take up freight and passage for the cargo and passengers bound t...

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TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

TORRES STRAITS. As the following must be useful as «ell as in teresting to our nautical readers, we copy it from the Australian of the 3rd ult. : " Capt. Rapson, of the barque Guillardon has kindly favoured us i.-ittt the sight of the chart, by which lie steered his course through Torres* Strait«, on his late return voyage from New South Wales ; as the course is one which has not hitherto been generally resorted to, we are induced to notice it thus prominently, from the conviction that we shall ht*, rendering a service to the nautical profession, and likewise (rom the desire of bringing to light the meritorious labours tff a worthy individual. Captain Ashmoict, formerly of the country service, but now a resident at Sydney. The chart by which the G«i//*r if on steered is a manuscript, and was constructed by Captain Ashmore, from his own observations for a period of five successive years, and satisfactorily proves the superiority of the outer over the inner passage, notwithstanding th...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. [From the Sydney Monitor Friday, November 12.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

I SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. [From the Sydney Monitor Ffiday, November 12.j No alterations have taken place in the price of wheat, floor, biscuit, or bread, since our last, though the supply pf wheat has been but scanty. Maize is firm, and an advance is talked of. There is now a good supply of manufactured colonial tobacco in the market, while the price demanded is reasonable. Hay and straw are at a very high figure, and no great prospect of a fall. Vegetables were more plentiful, but are stationary in price. Amongst the fruits offered for sale, which consisted of little more than oranges and lemons, were a few miserable looking gooseberries, some fine American scarlet plums, and green bananas, for all of which monstrous prices were asked. In butter a fall has taken place, owing to a large supply of Irish being thrown into the market. Ttiere is scarcely any cheese to be pur chased. ' In other descriptions of dairy produce no alteration. Poultry remains as before. Butcher's meat at our la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. TO FLOCK OWNERS. BUTCHERS, AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. Neale, On Thursday next, December 13th, at one o'clock, at the stores of Capt, Walker, Hindley Street. flMIIRTY large fine wooled Ewes in good condition, fit for the butcher. Fifty fin« fat Weathers. Eight superior Saxon Rams. ALSO ABOUT Fifty casks prime Flour. The whole will be offered for unreserved Sale. Terms made known at the time. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. Richardson, On Tuesday next, December 11th, at twelve o'clock precisely, at his Rooms, North Ter- i race, near the Church, without reserve. A QUANTITY of damaged Flour, ten boxes raisins, seven barrels white herrings, two hogsheads of molasses, a quantity of men's hats, decanters, eighteen half-mourning dresses, fifty boxes cigars, pickled salmon in half-barrels, ten hogsheads of London Ale, and various other goods. To Hotel & Tavern-keepers, Store Keepers, and Private Families. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, B...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

SYDNEY EXTRACTS. THE LATE FAST DAY.— Friday, according to the various public announcement, was set apart and held as a General Fast. The long drought under which the colony has been suffering, together with respect and duty to the government, caused the inhabitants to keep the day with the greatest possible solem- nity. The town was more quiet, and the streets more empty than they are on Sundays; recreation by walking in the afternoon, which is much practised on Sundays, was little resorted to. After dark the town more resembled the " City of the Dead" than a me- tropolis containing 22,000 living souls. No drun- kenness was seen, and even the children seemed to have disappeared. Of course we did not inspect every street and quarter of the town. We speak generally. — Sydney Monitor, Nov 5. - The barque Felicity sails this morning for Calcutta. — Nov. 5. — H. M. sloop of war Beagle, takes her departure to day, on her intended cruize to the southward. Nov. 5. — The government emigrant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

Soutient australian Office. rpHE following- are the terms of the SOUTHERN » AUSTK ALI A ff, which is published every Saturday morning at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Kundle Street PRICE or THE PAPER-6d. per number, or 96s. lier annum. Subscribers bave their papers sent to them if they desire it. ADVERTISEMENTS-6 lines and under [each insertion] Ss. 6d i above « lines Sd. per line -Advertisements -cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Friday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted most be sent to the office before 4 cfclock on Thursday, or they cannot be-attended to. Advertisements must be narked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. All subscriptions and advertisements most be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHKRS AUSTRALIAN. IIONDON John Gliddon, Esq-, 3 Austin Friars: Man chester : " The Guardian '» Office, tweeds .- "The Mer cury " Office, and S. Heald, Esq., Surgeon, 73 Kirk-ate. Bull:...

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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 8 December 1838

POST OFFICE. " To CORRESPONDENTS.-We beg to inform the Editors of the Adelaide newspapers, that we forwa to them this journal (addressed to them respective!' three times a week, being put by us in the Sydney pest office every publishing morning-and leaving this port by every vessel which sails for Adelaide The question is, do they receive it ? We further beg to inform them, that it is, and always has been most rare for us to receive their papers in return. For in- stance, by the Hope, Capt. Devlin, which arrived the 29th ult., we did not receive a single paper, though other people did ; but whether the papers received by others, reached them through the post office, or by private hand, we cannot say. If it were not too much trouble, we should feel obliged to the Editors respectively to write The Sydney Monitor'' at the top of the first page of their journals, supposing them   to favour us with them.) We shall continue this notice in this journal, until we see in the Ade...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 15 December 1838

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Want of roam, corni eis us again to omit Mr. Jamieson $ report of a visit to York Peninsula ll it in tupe und ii ill appear in our next. SPES und li are omitted for the same recson. TRUE CULONM is receicedand tinder consideration. The iength of the report of the public melting rf Preliminary Land Holders, compels tts lo postpone our observations upon the recent changes in ike Post Ojjjceand Colonial Store Depaitments. Air. Corri n's corres":>iidence in our next.

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