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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

Thursday, November 14th, His Worship gave judgment in the above case finding for the plaintiff ??????????????? His Worship said that by [?] [?] Captain was [?] to deli-                   ver the goods to Lieut Frome or his [?], there is it appeared that he had only delivered   the box to his [?]; and further, that where                 [?] [?] [?] on the part of the mate in not     taking note of the goods landed on the Monday (among which, no doubt, had been the box in       question), and from the misinformation given by   him to Lieut Frome on his asking whether any of       the goods were yet landed. His Worship also considered there had been neglect on the part of           &n...

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MIKE BLEANEY TO HIS SISTER JOBY at the Says of the Pig and the Piper, [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

MIKE BLEANEY TO HIS SISTER JUDY at the Sign of the Pig and the Piper, Balmasloe. MIKE DELANEY. Ye neen'nt be afther hurry in yerself to com out to me, Judy mavourneed, as I tould ye at furst in my last letter, for his xlnc the Guvernur tould me he 'ad too menny gardners a'reddy, and he didn't want me, so I discharg'd him; bud I'm     goin to hear anither discoorse about hot tea-cul- chur, an think he may whissle for me, for I'll turn   garner for meself. Be asy till I've made up me mind what I'm to be alther, for there's so menny ways of gitting rich in this place, that I'm bo- thered intirely. I'm like Barney's ass, standing wid me hands in my pocket betuxt two cocks ov hay, and the money cummin in like nuthen at all.   —." Buy a hoss by all manes" ses Tim Doolan, "it     'll be a little fortin till ye"; so I buys a hoss for as much as 'ud pay for hellefunt a'most, an by   the powers whin I c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

BIRTH— On Wednesday the 13th instant, the lady of Henry Inman, Esq., of a son.   On Thursday the 21st instant, the lady of Alfred Hardy, Esq., of a son. MARRIED— On Tuesday the 19th instant, by the Rev. R. Drummond, Presbyterian Clergyman, ANDREW BIRRELL, Esq., Hindley-street, to AGNES,   eldest daughter of JAMES GUNYON, Esq., of New   Abbey, Dumfriesshire.

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THE NEW [?] AT GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

THE NEW PIER AT GLENELG. Sunday last was fixed upon for the commencement of the new pier at Glenelg, and the launch of a find schooner built there by Mr Fenning, to be named the O. G. in compliment to the first Colonial Treasurer, Mr Gilles.   At one o'clock a numerous party —about 100     of ladies and gentlement had assembled to wit-         ness the ceremony, and soon after that hour His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Mr. [?], Mr Hutcheson, Miss [?]       •' ••••.iv in.. ■:• tu'-l.; ;•••-, Hi.- \.ii.,. .: - .-••■■■ ; • •••• i.V. V.- !-• :.:. a.. ■•.■.!..,. •'. : ... . ; ..- ~;•, :! . .!,- :-;;ii s .< •.:.- •'. . . t.-.,, ,f i.;,. ..: ~-; •.„•< ..;• '..0.. !.-. •' . .Ly 11.,1 ~.;;.i ■.• •'• I '•-; ;•.lower- ing, and the rain now unfortunately descended     in such torrents that the whole party wer...

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Wednesday, November 13th. FROME V. JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

Wednesday, November 13th. FROME V. JOHNSTON. Mr Poulden, who appeared for the plaintiff, stated that this was an action brought by the hon. Lieut Frome, Surveyor general, to recover from the defendant, who was master of the Recovery compensation for the destruction of a case marked No. 2, containing wearing apparel, books, drawings, and other articles, part of the luggage of the plaintiff, and which had not been delivered to his order. Mr Poulden put in the bill of lading, and called. Robert Moulton, corporal of Sappers and Miners, who said that on Monday, in pusuance of orders, he went with four privates to Port Ade- laide to receive from on board the Recovery and convey to town the luggage of Lieut. Frome. At the Port he saw Lieut. Frome and Capt. John- ston, who went off together to the vessel in a boat procured by Capt. Lipson; some time after-   wards he was told he might return to town, as no part of the luggage would be landed that day. On Tuesday he again went t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney Herald. By the John Pirie we have papers to the 22nd October. The prices of provisions had fallen considerably, and there was every pros- pect of fine crops. Some of the millers had contracted to supply flour in the beginning of   February at £20 a ton. New Zealand was all the rage. Vessels were leaving for it almost every day. A vessel had sailed for Port Essington with cattle. Transportation to New South Wales is to be   stopped. The Governor, at a meting of Coun- cil, stated that he had received a despatch which conveyed the intimation that Her Ma- jesty's Government has determined that trans- portation should forthwith ecase. All convicts which might arrive during this year or the beginning of the next, to be sent on to Norfolk Island. The following are the only extracts of any   interest to our readers which we have fallen in with :— CAMELS.—We are much gratified to learn that an enterprising colonist has sent for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 23 November 1839

* \L::s UV AUCTION. 1 \ AVI) 'iOt'SI S. I ' A' CO-, i- ■ .s, lluuilcy-strtei, ■K.K. .••-• N-'\v Comers und • (lie iiuicliasins <>• . ..M ii:.; <\i. to fktablixll ;-nr n^ to buyers (new ar ... ' , ■M'tuuity of puivhuMii); ... .ii.*i. mat . ' \.:.ii. --add to paitie- selling, .. ' .ir e.):,.j.i(iiio.i i.«- iliiir property. •'•-'i jiaii: -tti; -.rs of iu-xi l'Vida>'s sul« see ad (•■vtifieinent below. IN NORTH ADELAIDE BENTHAM & CO. have great pleasure in announcing that they are innstructed to ofler to Public Competition, at their rooms, Hindley street, on Friday, November 29, at twelve, an unusually eligible FREEHOLD PROPERTY situated in Kermode-street, and at present oc- cupied by — NICHOLSON, Esq. The house (a 5- roomed Manning's) does not pretend to magni- ficence or splendor, but it claims to be selected as a fit and happy home for those in pursuit of the comforts and elegancies of domestic retirement. It stands on a commanding eminence. The Gar...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

PORT PHILLIP. Mr C.J [?] has arrived at Melbourne and assumed the office, the nature of which, and the client of his [?] appears in the following Gazette notification:— Her MaieMy the Queen Wing been ptc<t*«il tocimmaiiil «!mt OliiuU-s Ju«o}«U l.atrobv, |->«j , ►hall he .appointed £uperiiitendvnt of the «!«?• t:i<t. "The «Ji?tr:rt of Porr Phillip will comprise ili:«t jmrtion of t«ir;t >!v of New South VV B W • which lir* to flu-eolith cf the thirty.fixtl, <tei?r«*« of ?ouih h'Uude, and lirtwvoii (lie oi:,- lim«li«.'<l iid.l foiiy-fi'M an'l liiniiiri'd ;mil fmry->i.\th tlivr*'*' <.f rast ioi?^u«'st:: within t!?o*e limits his hou->r the Suiu-ri'Xciiclont will vxeriise (lie jiowcis oi a Lieii(?-ii;iiit Oovomor. Tli^ Siir?eriiuciidfni wan " aildri'Med" by th« inh.iliitant^ in tlie usual manner. Hi- rotunied « mliev Unjitlwtied lejily, of which the following is (ho cor?fliiKion. It is rxtromely bfcoinui|f, I the clo&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. ■ ■????? M«««" WEEKLY SALES OF LAND AND HOt'SlS. BY BENT HAM if CO., F.vsrjf Friday, at thtir rooms, Hiniltey-strset, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. THE great disadvantages Nrw Coiners ant) others experience in the purchasing ol' Kant), has induced Bkntham und Co. to vttaulisli regular «aies, thus ensuring to buyers (new ar rival* in particular) an opportunity of purchasing ■t the iual market valid'—ami to parties celling, * iuir competition lor their property. For fMrtieuifirs of next Friday's sale tec ad vertisement below. Genuine Stock without reserve. TO BE SOLD HY AUCTION, BY BEKTHAM $• CO., This Kvp.mni;, «t 6 o'clock, at tbeir Rooms Windley-street— AN innneiise variety of ironmongery, roolt, trying-pans, gridirons, sai!cc|mtK, kc ; various dr.ipery, in handkerchiefs, dresses, shawls, fkc, slops, men Mid womens' shoes, hats, &c. ; j«Avllfry, guns, watches, cutlery, rice, sugar. soap, *ud other useful articles. Six iillotntcuts in Hindmarsb Town, and 9 •llotuionts...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

IMPORTS. JOHN PIRIE. 106 tons, from Sydney—70hhds. 8 casks beer, 12 cases brandy, 10 hhds rum, 5 hhds. 18 qr casks Madiera. 12 casks sperm oil, 206 bags maize, 15 bags pepper, 2 casks 26 kegs nails, 16 packages cordage, 2 boxes candles, 30   grindstones, 120 boxes soap, 10 bags flour, 6 boxes preserves, 127 deal boards, 52 deals, 310 cedar boards, 43 cases 8 casks 2 trunks 4 bales 35 bags 2 batts of sundries contents unknown. HERO, 160 tons, from Singapore—1819 bags     sugar, 595 boxes tea, 3 cases blue cloth, 93 bags pepper, 8 cases 2 boxes cheroots, 9 cases spices, 12 casks 2 half butts sherry, 50 boxes sago, 22   bags sugar candy, 107 bags rice, 8 bags coffee, 1110 planks, and a quantity of furniture. KATE, 62 tons, from Sydney—70 bags flour, 42   bags oats, 192 bags maize, 82 casks bottled beer, and 18 hhds bottled ale. ELIZABETH, 100 tons, from Swan River—10 puncheons 20 hhds rum, 5 hhds gin, 30 teirces beef, 30 ...

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. ANNA ROBERTSON, 588 tons from London —discharging cargo. RECOVERY, (ship), 483 tons, from London   —in stream for Bombay. Agent—Captain Walker. LADY LILFORD, (ship), 595 tons, from Liverpool—clearing out for New Zealand. C. Beck & Co. agents. KATHARINE STEWART FORBES,               (barque), 457 tons, from Hobart Town—Dis- charging cargo. PLEIADES, (barque), 460 tons, from Lom bock—discharging cargo. EXPORTER, (barque), 215 tons from Sydney —discharging cargo. Agent—Capt. Walker. SINGAPGRE, (barque), 303 tons, from Lon- don—discharging cargo. Agent—John Mor-   phett. HERO, (barque), 160 tons, from Singapore— discharging cargo. Agent—Mr Moffat.     LADY EMMA, (barque), 135 tons, from Laun- ceston—discharging cargo—returns immedi-       ately. Agent—Capt. Walker. &...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, NOV. 29. FLOUR, &c.—Flour best 60. to 65l. per ton; oats 12s. per bushel; bran 4s. 6d. to 5s. per bushel; rice 3d. per lb.; four pound loaf 2s 6d; Compressed hay 18l. per ton. VEGETABLES.—Potatoes 10l. to 15l. per ton; do. per lb. 3d. to 4d.; turnips 6d per bunch; cabbage and lettuce 1d. each; carrots 6d. per lb.;   raddishes 2d per bunch. MEAT.—Beef 8½d to 10d per lb; mutton 8½d to 10d. per lb.; veal and pork 1s 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. SPIRITS, &c.—Rum 12s. per gallon; brandy 14s. to 16s. per gallon—all in bond; Port wine 35s. to 48s per dozen; sherry 35s. to 40s. per dozen; draught porter 8l. 10s to 9l.

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1839. DINNER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, AND COMMEMORATION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1839. DINNER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, AND COMMEMORA- TION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COLONY. It will be seen from what we insert elsewhere that a meeting is to be held on Wednesday next, preparatory to a public dinner to be given to his Excellency the Governor on the 28th December, the anniversary of the pro- clamation and establishment of the province. The meeting will no doubt be numerously and respectably attended; as within a very few hours after the proposal to pay this mark of   respect to his Excellency was known, it was cordially taken up by our most influential colonists of all shades of opinion. In contrasting the present state of the colony with its condition when twelvemonths ago Colonel Gawler entered on the govern- ment, it must be apparent to every one on the spot, who has any menas of forming a correct estimate of our circumstances, that there is cause of great congratualtions and th...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Article on the important subject of the Marriage Laws; on the law of arrest on judgment debts; Mr Bonney's letter; and several interesting communi- cation are omitted from want of room

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COLONIAL EXPENDITURE AND TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

COLONIAL EXPENDITURE AND TAXATION. We quite agree with the Southern Australian that all questions touching the subjects of taxation and expenditure are " momentous "— at least, in a colonial acceptation of that term. but, so far as these question have been pub- licly discussed, we are not yet aware that there exists between our contemporary and ourselves any real difference of opinions regarding them. At all events, our views are not changed on either subject; and the inconsistency which the Southern Australian supposes he has dis- covered we will more readily attribute to "the   confused expressions of our own meaning," than to the "obtusity of his perception." It is quite true that we may have originally under-estimated at £10,000 what we termed the legitimate expences of the Government; but our contemporary will find that, imme- diatcly on the publication of the statement made in Council by his Excellency, we took the revenue derivable from a duty on imports, and app...

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

PORT LINCOLN. I am, &c. W. P. POSTER. THE settlers at Port Lincoln have fairly taken us by surprise. On Wednesday last W. F. Porter, Esq., J. P., arrived from that harbour in Port Adelaide, on board a very beautiful cutter of thirty tons, built and fitted out at   Port Lincoln, and bringing with him what is equally indicative of the advance of the young city, the first number of the Port Lincoln Herald printed there. Judging from the appearance and the matter it constrains, this new journal promises to be a creditable and a flourishing concern, and we most sincerely wish it every success. The following extracts will be read with general interest :— PROSPECTS AND PRESENT STATE OF THE SETTLEMENT AT BOSTON BAY. The grand and primary object of the South Australian Commissioners' scheme for the popu- lation of their magnificent territory is not con-c entrated upon a spot, but upon spots or places most congenial for the support of a certain popu- lation; South Austral...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Captain Maconochie, R. N. embarked last evening for Sydney, having been appointed to the cival charge of Norfolk Island by the Home Government (through the medium of Sir George Gipps). with a salary of 800l. per annum.—Tasmanian Weekly Dispatch, Oct 25. THE WEATHER during the past week has been       very unfavorable to the country. We have had very hot days, with frequent hot winds of so severe a character that the whole face of the crops in exposed situations, in a day or two after the   rains, presented a scorched sickly appearance. The grain, with the exception of barley, which in some places is in ear, not being advanced suffici- ently, would not be actually injured by this visi-   tation. For the last two or three nights, how-e ver, the scorching day has been succeeded by parching frost. On Monday night the severest   frost of the year was experienced throughout the   ...

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Mr. J.T. WILNDY, THE SYDNEY AUCTIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

Mr. J.T. WILNDY, THE SYDNEY AUCTIONEER. John Thomas Wilson, the celebrated auc-   tioneer, eloped from Sydney on the 20th Octo- ber, havng "done" the good folks of Sydney to the amount, it is said, of £60,000! He ef- fected his escape in the following manner:— Some time since he purchased the Nereus from   Messrs V. and E. Solomon, giving his own bills for the amount of the purchase. He had the ves- sel repaired, furnished her with new sails, &c., and     fitted her out for a voyage. He then proceeded to put on board goods of various kinds, which he had purchased on credit, and a very considerable sum in specie, and finally, having all his arrange- ments completed, he rode down to the wharf, as if to see the steamer, Sophia Jane, off. He had previously given instructions to the captain of the   steamer to go alongside the Aereus, which had cleared out for New Zealand, and tow her outside   the Head...

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FICTIONS ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

FICTIONS ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA. In a late number of the Englishman, Calcutta paper, we find the following letter, which we transfer to our columns, more for the purpose of amusing our readers, than from any appre- hension that a production so ludicrously false   in every point, could ever be injurious to the welfare of the colony; especially as we observe in a subsequent number of the same paper a   letter giving the lie to the most outrageous of the impudent fictions, and sufficiently expos- ing the lying scamp who invanted them : — To the Editor of the Calcutta Englishman. Sir—So many false reports are now in circu- lation respecting this new colony, that I, who have recently visited the colony, feel it my duty to en- deavour to place in its proper light the new set- tlement of Adelaide. In describing its capabili- ties and future prospects for the purpose of pre- venting inevitable rain to the many who intend embarking their capital in this useless place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS.   All advertisements must be paid for previous to insertion, unless forwarded by such of our friends as have opened monthly accounts at the Office; and Advertisers are requested particularly to notice that advertisements once inserted will be bontinued and charged for   unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thurs- day evening.   FOR NEW ZEALAND     To sail in about Fourteen days. THE fine fast sailing schooner   TRUELOVE, P. COULTON,     Master, 150 tons register. This   vessel having just arrived from New Zealand, the Captain will be happy     to give every information to parties wishing to visit that settlement. For passage apply to the Commander on board or to JOHN WALKER, Agent Hindley-street. FOR [HO**ANG*] DIRECT, To sail in a few days, THE barque EXPORTER       [***] tons. RICHARD...

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