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SHIPPING INTELLLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

SHIPPING INTELLLIGENCE. June 23. - The barque Seppings, 350 tons, Captain Rawlings, from London, with 60 pas-   sengers. July 4—The brig Fox, 222 tons, Davis, master, from Launceston, with general cargo. July 4, —The scooner Eagle, from Launceston, with sheep.   July 4.— The schooner Henry Freeling, 91tons,         Fisher, master, from Launceston, with general cargo. July 6.—The City of Adelaide, from London. DEPARTURES. June 29. — The brig Lord Hobart, for Encounter Bay and Hobart Town. July 1.— The schooner Abeona, Hawson, for Hobart Town. July 2 — The barque Lady Bute, for Laun- ceston. [For imports see last page.] Mails per Hooghly, for Calcutta direct, about   the 14th July.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

SALES BY AUCTION THE BRIG "DORSET" FOR SALE.   TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MR. NEALE. This Day, at 12 o'clock precisely, at his New Room, Franklin-street, by order of the assignees of Messrs. Chas. Smith, Sha***, and Co., with- out reserve— THE fine fast-sailing brig DORSET, [?] tons register, and about [1*0] tons   berthen, coppered and copper-fastened, as she   now lies at Port Adelaide, with all her standing and running rigging, masts, yards, spars, and     stores. Terms will be made known at time of sale. SIX TIMOR PONIEIS, HORSE, CART, HAR- NESS, ETC. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION   BY MR. NEALE,   On Thursday, July 11th. at 12 o'clock precisely,   at his new room, Franklin-street - A SUPERIOR draught horse, cart, and har- ness, six Timor ponies, and a quantity of   farming and dairy utensils; after which will be sold a large assortment of earthenware, a quantity of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. &FAU aJccrlircmcnts musthe. paUi for\tre\ic\M to insertion, unless ftrwartled b;i such of our fr:r>fi<i n? have <■;«■««■(/ monthly annunts at "V/itf t//M«; and Advertiser* ore rtyuestcd p,,;timlark/ In itfiJiiv t}:at nt/wfcVim'n's oure t.isrtlrd v;ll lie cnutiourd mid thiiriji.d fur w?/, ss ri'intirmiiwlcd by sis o'clock on Thuri 'Urn i ■•mitt;/. FOU 15ATAVIA, Tt> sail in a J\:ii> <!i', .-,"•■ ■ rsi!!fr" fill.' si.ip /'/..-.'-V?/:/i', •T?* c-S « :!.';!lt?K,J:.xi?!li'.'JHi'vi I*7 ':•;";'' commander. '<?< v^t - Vi'.;"- ci>i;iii'(fl..ti.}ii for |in>M-:ir> r=. t!IL- (.;!■:'. :ill on IKJ.lid, or to JOHN «•*(.?:!•'{. I'.iii.i^y. u--<■'. !••<).; c \i.r; 11 \. I'u sail in fm tir.i </'••.?/?•, -% •• tv ' |}li!K' ll:e ship Ul>>)'>:i'l.Y. .•S";!i.'-'-^\ * <j;l!> loiii u'fcUlt'i, <>? C^ : y^sSv !<>i«.v, Coiumaiiiler....

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STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

STATE OF THE COLONY. THE Gazette of Thursday publishes the fol- lowing letter from His Excellency the Go-   vernor:— Reply in a Letter to His Excellency the Governor dated 12th July, from the Com- ???rated by the P??? of       the 7th May, with ????         To the Committee appointed by ???     the 7th May, 1839. Gentlemen—In reply to                 date [?] twelfth June, and ???             address to the colonists, dated June seventeenth, I am desired by the Governor to make the follow-     ing observations:—       That "the errors of the public meeting" of the seventh May, as a collective body, and as regards...

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. Our enterprising friend Mr. Eyre has just returned after an unsuccessful attempt to pro-   ceed by land to Port Lincoln, crossing the head of Spencer's Gulf. We have not yet   heard what the precise obstacles were which impeded his progress; but Mr. Eyre, we believe, is preparing a report to his Excellency tlio Governor of his expedition, which will of course in due time be given to the public. We are by no means inclined, however, to give up the idea of the practicability of the land route to Port Lincoln, or that Spencer's Gulf cannot be outflanked. On the contrary, we trust Mr. Eyre will soon make another attempt, and that he will then be successful. In the meantime, however, we have easy access to that port by sea, and, thanks to our active friend Robert Cock, a direct communication, partially overland, has been explored, and Port St. Vincent, in the Gulf of that name, on the west side of Yorke Peninsula, and Port Victoria, on the...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 6 July 1839

SUPREME COURT. STEPHEN V MACDOUGALL.   This being the day which his honor the Judge       had appointed at the last session for passing       sentence on Mr. Macdougall for the alleged libel on Mr. G. M. Stephen, all the parties appeared       except Mr. Stephen ?????????????               conducted his own case, ???????????                 The Advocate General spared that had only         that morning received instructions from Mr. G. M. Stephen to state to the court that it was not his intention to offer any evidence upon the other indictment against Mr. Macdougall, for libel, which had been [?] to the [?] &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

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ADELAIDE [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT Adelaide:—Printed and Published by the Pro-     prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the printing office, Hindley-street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price, per annum (52 numbers), £2 12s. if called for— £2 16s. when delivered or sent by post. Advertisements not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 3d. for every additional line. The South Austrlian Register is regularly for- warded every week to the following Agents, by whom orders and advertisements will be received. Port Adelaide—Mr. Duncan.       London—Messrs. Black and Armstrong,     Foreign Booksellers to Her Majesty, North Wel-           lington-street, Strand.     £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, p hhd 9 0 0 to 10 0 0   Ditto, Ashby, p barrel. . 8 10 0 — 9 0...

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COLQNIAL POLITICS— APPOINTMENTS AMD SUSPENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

COLONIAL POLITICS— APPOINTMENTS AND SUSPENSIONS. Mr. GOUGER was on Monday last reinstated by his Excellency in office as Colonial Secre- tary, under orders from Lord Glenelg. We congratulate Mr. Gouger that his trip to England has opened his eyes to the full extent of the powers of the Governor, and that he has returned fully convinced that with reference to these powers on the occasion of his suspension by Governor Hindmarsh, we were right, and he was wrong. Mr. Gouger, some of our readers may remember, maintained that the Governor had not the power to suspend him from office, and that in fact his Excellency could make no appointment but in Council, and even then not without the consent of a majority of its members. Now, however, Mr.   Gouger is reinstated by the Governor alone,   without troubling the Council at all—although Colonel Gawler possesses not a jot more of power than Captain Hindmarsh did — and, more conclusive still, Mr. Gouger's very first of...

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EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

EXTRACT. EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA—We take the fol- lowing extract from one of the first papers in Scotland, the Dumfries Courier, of a late date, from which may be seen the universal [?] that prevades the nation on the all-engrossing subject   of emigration to Australia:—Our readers will     scarcely think that we can give them too much on the subject of Australia considering the space     which the subject occupies in the attention of the         industrous and enterprising classes of the com-       munity. Within the last four or five years a     goodly number of individuals have left this part   of the country for the land of promise, and the   accounts which they have sent back of the bound- less scope which exists for industry and capital are inducing others to follow on a m...

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MEAN'S OF PUBLIC WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

MEAN'S OF PUBLIC WORSHIP. It is this week our gratifying duty to an-     nounce two important steps of advancement here, in the great cause of religious instruc-   tion; the opening of the New Wesleyan Chapel, and the commencement of Divine Ser- vice according to the Presbyterian form of wor- ship. The members of the Wesleyan persua- sion have received and merited the commenda- tions of their fellow-colonists for the zeal and steadfastness with which they have, from a very early period, observed their religious du- ties under many disadvantages, and we cordi- ally partake in the general sentiment of plea- sure on seeing them now accommodated with a place of worship, which, whether regarded as   mere improvement in convenience, or as an architectural structure, would do credit to any city of the mother-country. Our Reverend friend Mr. Drummond, also we see, has commenced his pastoral labours. Having heard him preach, and met him in ...

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To the Litter of the South Australian Register. Adelaide, July 8, 1839 [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

To the Editor of the South Australian Register. Adelaide, July 8, 1839 SIR -In your paper of Saturday last you pronounce yourself no lawyer, and therefore incapable of splitting hairs ; but Nature, ever true to her system of compensations, if she has denied to editors the lawyers' power of splitting hairs, has made it up to them by the faculty of spinning yarns. In a little yarn of yours on Saturday on the subject of Mr. Stephen, you exclaim upon the excellent absurdity of the law which treats the perjured man as a criminal only when his falsehood is material to and has an effect upon the issue of some judicial proceeding. You will not, you cannot believe this to be law without some solemn decision to that effect!   Nor, as a lawyer, I venture to predict that   this will not be wanting. Mr. Macdougall has been convicted—and necessarily convicted—of one offence, namely, of printing and publishing that which had a manifest tendency to a breach of the public p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

ADVKftTISKMKNTS. • fip-AE advert icnvnts muni be pail fur previous to insertion, t/n/cis forwarded !>•; such of our friend!: us have opened monthly «;(V.v i.'?fs at the Oj'i'rt; and Aditirtiscrs <-)<• rrt/wsted ftartu'id-trk In wlicc (hat jjrfcvr/jwv.w.* once inxnleA vi.'l be continual and rharg>\i for vnlt-fs fftihUrriiwJcd '•■// fix if clock <>•> Tlixrs duff rCf'fny. f)1. BATAVIA. To tn;l in >i ftf-t) .••'•?'.•«. '•■*■>. m !.:•.«;•■•• ?!.••? ."/{.•■.'.;T, 'A' ri;^: > « : I;:)iw.J-.;vs!''.t:.!-v. .;■•:••.:■;•*■.--'iS., «■•,••• it, !.-r •'.- I."- ■-:■■ ■ I «<•■ .:•'.•'.",'v\<.^r s , ;-, ; .| -: f .. r.. r ~... ~, ~. the CilJlLi.To.'l l:i>;il.'.. ••!• >ii JO:.S WALKKi!, Hiiidley-strcrt. j FOR CALCUTTA, I To foil in finnleen rim/*, "llfiSfev rTIHIv" fine ship lIOOGUI.Y, *JpJJuai&. •!• 500 tons register, Groiior. '^SdRIS^ All- Y« ComnmndiT. This ship '-^iSs^P^ 'us a lr*:P Poop, with spk-ssdid ueco...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1839. LIBELS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1839. LIBELS. Actions and Indictments for Libel are the order of the day, and our Printers have had their hands full for the last three days, and are likely to have a little more to do in the same line when the Court sits again after the ad- journment. The libels we speak of have been dead and forgotten for a couple of years; but Mr. Brown, the late Emigration Agent has thought proper to resuscitate the affair con- nected with his refusal to do his duty, and bury a pauper emigrant of the name of Trollope, for which contumacy he was suspended from his office by Governor Hiudmarsh. We stated our opinion of the inhumanity exhibited by Mr. Brown in Trollope's case very broadly ; and we did more, we published the report of a meeting of Emigrants, censuring in strong   terms Mr. Brown's conduct on the same occa- sion. We proved that report to be a true re- port; but the charges were strong, and the lapse of two years...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of Carbuncle is amusing; but to point would be understoon by so few of our readers to warrant our devoting at this time the space it would     require. We must continue in arrear with articles and letters; and we regret in particular that matters of more temporary interest—the trashy libel cases we are forced to report at considerable length—exclude till our next the reply of the Committee to the Governor's letter and the observations we had prepared to accom- pany it.

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COLONEL LIGHTS PAMPHLET [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

COLONEL LIGHT'S PAMPHLET WE resume our notice of this publication and present our readers with the first part of Colonel Light's defence of his choice of the site of Adelaide. The concluding portion shall follow in our next, with our remarks upon the whole THE CHOICE OF ADELAIDE. Soon after this, appeared a letter to the pur- chasers of the first 437 sections of land in South Australia. The Governor asked Mr. E. Stephens to sign this letter, because, he said, his Private Secretary, who wrote it, was so unpopular, that if his name was put to it, he was afraid they would not be able to get up a meeting. What could the Governor mean by this ? The letter is as follows:— GENTLEMEN -In a matter of such vital im- portance to the success of our new colony, as the location of it's metropolis, opinions should at all events be unfettered; with this convention, I offer   no apology for the free publication of that which I have formed. I have the less reason to do so. as in matters ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.   July 6.—The ship Lysander, 500 tons, Captain Currie, from Liverpool. July 6 —The barque Exporter, 250 tons, R Awnvil, Master, from Timor, with about 90  ponies. DEPARTURE. July 7 —The schooner Eagle, for Launceston. VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. The barque Planter, advertised for Batavia; the brig Porter, loading for Port Lincoln; the barque   Katherine Stewart Forbes, discharging cargo; the   schooner Tamar, advertised for Sydney; the   barque Exporter, ditto; the ship Hooghly, dis- charging cargo; the ship Lysander, ditto; the ship Ganges, ditto; the brig Dorset; the brig Dawsons, discharging cargo; the ship Sir Charles Forbes, ditto; the brig David, advertised for New       Zealand; the brig Fox, advertised for Launceston;   the schooner Minerva, discharging cargo;     the schooner Henry Freeling, advertised for &...

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SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE Thursday July 11, 1839. Before His Hor[?]u Chief Justies Cooper. JOHN BROWN. v. ROBURT THOMAS AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE Thursday July 11, 1839.   Before His Honor Chief Justice Cooper. JOHN BROWN. v. ROBERT THOMAS AND Co. This was an action for libel. Damages laid at £1000. A special Jury being sworn Mr. Mann opened the case for the plaintiff. The libellous matter on which the plaintiff founded his case was contained in the Sixth number of the South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register, of September 16, 1837. There were three counts in the charge. The first of these charged the defendants with publishing in the paper above- mentioned, false, scandalous, and malicious   libel, in an article which ran as follows:— "SUSPENSION OF MR. BROWN AS EMIGRATION AGENT. "Just before going to press, we received from         the Colonial Secretary's office, the official docu- ments in reference to the suspension from his   office, of Mr. John Brown, Emigration Agent. They will be published at len...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

SALES KY AUCTION. ■ ■????? «]«««« BY APPftl NTH BNT. NIiKNTHAM. Government and Ccnrral • Auctioneer, and Lund Agent, Iliudley etrect, (our doors west of Mf. Hack's, begs to announce to newly Arrived Enigiants turn lie warehouses goods on leasouuble terms, mid cim always command ex tensive sales of merchandize. Evening tali's of general merchandize every Kuturdiiy, Monday, and Tuesday evening. A Land Register open to the public gmtis. Money advanced on Goods intended for Sale. Every Man a Freeholder ! ! TO RE BOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY N. BLNTUAM, This Evening, at seven o'clock— '"pHIKTV Allotments in the village ot Islington, i many «f them near tbe public wells, and frontages in the best streets; the plan ran be seen at the Auction Mart ut ull hours. Newly arrived emigrants 6hou!d not omit to avail themselves of this opportunity. Government Auction Man. • — —— GENUINR STOCK WITHOUT IiIiSERVR. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY N. BENT HAM, This Evening, at six o'clock, at his Rooms, i Hindl...

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PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 July 1839

PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY. EVERY week adds more or less to our geogra-   phical knowledge of the country, but the last few days has produced one of the most inter-   esting reports we have yet been favoured with, and may be considered the first step towards lifting the veil from the still mysterious interior of New Holland. From the account given by   Mr. Eyre it seems more than probable that the theory of an inland sea, so long entertained by numerous scientific persons, and regarding which so many facts have recently been brought to bear by our scientific friend Mr. Windsor Earl in his interesting work on the Eastern Archipelago, may yet be realised. At all events, when at the top of a lofty range at the   most northerly point to which he penetrated, in latitude about ?0° 30', Mr Eyre saw, at an   immense distance "in the northwest and       extending to the north for as far as the eye could &am...

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