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

PORT OF GLENELG. — A numerous and respectable meeting of Colonists inter- ested in the improvement of the landing-place and approaches to the Capital of the Province, was held at the Court-house on Tuesday the 26th November. On the motion of Osmond Gilles, Esq, George Stevenson, Esq. was called to the chair. The Chairman briefly stated the objects of the meeting, when it was Proposed by Captain Alfred Fell, seconded by Dr Knott— That a Company be formed for the purpose of constructing a Pier and erecting Whare- houses at Glenelg, with a capital of two thousand pounds, with power to increase, in shares of ten pounds each. Proposed by J. W. Bull, Esq., seconded by C. W. Stuart, Esq — That the following gentlemen be requested to act as Directors :— Charles Beck S. B. Garratt Samuel East Osmond Gilles Captain A. Fell Dr J. Knott R. Ferguson E. Solomon James Frew H. R, Wigley Proposed by Charles Mann, Esq., seconded by R. .Ferguson, Esq.— That the rules and regulations be referred to the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

BIRTH.— On Saturday the 16th instant, the lady of Nathaniel Hailes, Esq., of North Adelaide, of a daughter. On Sunday last, the 24th instant, Mrs Duncan, widow of the late James Duncan, of a son. DIED.— At Melbourne, Port Phillip, on Monday 30th September last, after an illness of two   years duration, aged 32 years, Mrs Alicia Eagar, wife of Mr Eagar, Printer, Adelaide, South Australia. Mrs Eagar was descended from the noble family of Coote, her father, the late Captain Chidly Coote, of the 67th regiment, being nephew of the late Earl of Montrath, in Ireland, and of     the late General Sir Eyre Coote, Bart., and se- cond cousin to Lord Viscount Belmont, of Bel- mont Castle, in Ireland, and of the present Sir Charles Coote, Bart., member of parliament for the Queen's County, Ireland.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 30 November 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Nov. 24—The schooner Kate; 62 tons, Birken- staw, commander, from Sydney, 5th November, with a cargo of sundries. Passenger—.Mr Henry Lea. Nov. 34—The barque Hero, 160 tons, W. W. Hughes, commander, from Singapore, 14th Sepr., with a cargo of sundries. Passenger—Mr A. Empran. Nov. 26 —The cutter Alice, 50 tons, from Port Lincoln, with wool and dried fish. Passenger— Capt. Porter.   Nov. 27—The barque Lady Emma, 135 tons, Thomas Buckland, commander, from Launceston, with 17 horses, 50 tons flour, and sundries. Nov. 27.—The schooner Elizabeth, 100 tons, Edward Back commander, from Port Leschenault 24 October, and Fremantle 30th October, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers — Mr and Mrs Woods, Mr Vaughan, and Mr Anslow. Nov. 28—The schooner Victoria, 25 tons,   Hutchison, commander, from Kangaroo Island with Company's stores. Nov. 28.—The surveying cutter Waterwitch, 30 tons, from Encounter Bay. Nov. 28...

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

ROVAL VICTORIA THEATRE, North Terrace, Adelaide. THE Public are respectfully informed that THIS EVENING, November 30, 1839,   will be repeated Kotzehue's celebrated play of THE STRANGER.   For the Characters see bills. A Favorite Duett, by Mrs Parnell and Miss Coombes. A Song by Mr Oaten. To conclude with the laughable Farce, entitled THE DEAD SHOT, Captain Cannon ....... Mr Bankhead Mr Hcct«.r 'iumd Mr Opie   V.r Wim-hi'iii Mr 1..>!0r fri'ili . k 'Ili.?;niuii Mr I-.mlim i.?h-.s,i r?.-i- I'-ihiii CiMlli-i ~..Mi!> I'ooillhcS. The D. ors will be open at \ just ii, and per fi'l iiiv nitliiiiiiii'c ;it 7 oVfoek. Tickets uuil B '\? in y Ik> nliMii "i'd <.f Mr Cameron, at the 'Ihi-ativ;' y,e Calton, Rny.il Admiral lloul; Ml I'or.ln.iin, l..i<lii.,m's Hotel ;Mr Allen, Souihe:n Ciuss>; ut Collttmii's li<>lel; uuil at Mr Williams, Uilidlry street. Admission—Dress Circle Gs., Pirt 3-. S. CAMKKON, Proprietor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

[ai.vbhtisp.mest.] 7b dm FJUnr* ttf iU.' Saulii AuttraUaa He/iJer. Aa'r'aidt, Dtccinhn 2, 1b33. GEnTS.EMSs~I OrwarJ y«m th«j €i)i-I««?d 111), and, as yuu v. ill us Jonbt be astoni-heih I vill eiphin the fact* a« liriedy a* pussibi?. About a fortnight ?i;jcc, ray raw* We're cm vhore j rolling some v.aUr cisUs, when a li' tie bay g«t j hold of one of i'r. R.i, and was bitten by « <iog j belonging to i:ic vc:scl. A*soon as I hcarcf cf It I ryijuesled thorn to get a surgenn to attottil him, ar.d I woav. pay the cadence. Judge of n?y w.vprisa when lv? jiro?c:itcil liis bill, iat iusl nTa f.cl to pay it, Init being' on tlie point cjf nailing, and nut \vi.s;?inpfto bo detained, ( ten derc.a him th- half—tiitccn pounds—which he accepted. Whjthor i'nisis right or not! a:n not ei.upetot to juilg''?, i>'?t il" you will insert tiiii l>>tU'rand Ihu co^' of his bill inyoiir valu ab!e journal, it wiil i>-3 fir tho {mWk <t( botitii Au-.tralu to Uetoroiio'?.—l remai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

IsM'r?*>'<"t CottPAST —Tlielato rahimitons •lis* ruction '\v fire of Mr liruwn's properly, ; has ilirivU'il l!<c attention rif several of «ur Icadinp; oil tni.-t* t1 the rstaltlishment ot ? Fire Ins.tr-mre O<>tn|ianv, and <ac Itavw tliU «lajr the |)I'?.>uw of exliiaitinjr in our ci?lum:is ir? the ! advertisement for that |nirpo«=p. iiiintlicr in- ] si.iiccif Ilio i«r«i:c)ttUiiil(« with wliioh «;?ery j fii":j('y::iin Ictiilina; tn tiio p^tirraJ wvlfarc is j mot ami a«!oil ir^iin. Tlio a.lvant.iff*'* certain It« roj'ilt from i!ie jnclitntj^n t?l t*ji« comp.iny w set cloarly 4^'v<sU>|io«l in tli« pr'«<i>?o.}«s lint ] I w-(? .ii-.il <>nly vA\it Jo it Ji> oniist Jill u-ir ron'.l.rs ' as i s 'iijip'i (crs ami sliarnftoldcrs. i I'• TncTW."—l? <wr la^t w<« tvivnMi^lwil from | tin; CaViut* r.t!ffti*h'nan a lot tor "■'('or this ' si<ri. attire, as an ainiisiu^ f|i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

SAI.KS |;Y AIH'TIOY ■"• u.--tsHf^ .^..-;--jv*€*«« -\Vi:i.KI.V SALES OK I.AMI .\NH UOISiS. JiY iir.STH.-Dt &; CO., livery Friday, ut lht.it room*. IliiiUUy-ttitet, Al IHtl Vt OVI.OCU. fJ^liE preat d;*ndvantage* New Coinei* an.l JL others cxpeiionru in (lie |niri]ia?ing of l.und, has indueeil lUmhaM and Co. to cfctublith tegular sales, thus ensuring to liuyeis (new ur rivuU in panic til vi) un opportunity of |>iirrli;isiiij; fct (he ukal. nuirkct value—und to (mitie* selling, v fuir competition (or their property. For partk-ulaii of i;rtt Fri<l;iv'a tale cc? ad vertisi'inL'iit b"low. tienuitie Stuck without retcrvc. to uf. f ni. n h v Arc rio n. BY UIiXTHAM $ CO., This Fvkstn-g, i.t G o'clock, at thejr Ron;n? Hindlcy-.stri'.'t— AN immense variety of ironmongery, (oo'«. tryiug-pans, pndiron*. mueepans, Xi1 ; various ('iapery, in handkcrchiefi>, dr^^ses, shmvls, &c., slops, in?"n end xv-oinen's ?hoes, hats, &c. j jewellery, guns, watches, cutlery...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE, North Terrace, Adelaide. I^ilE Public, aie resperlfully inforined that . on M )NI)AY KVKNING next, December 9tli, I8:ii), will bo repeated the Opera o? v on no v. To conclude with lln> l-"aii-e. of ba <:m:i. oips n irr o.vs. For I'lrjiMciors si'i! IWiis ol the day. The Door.-, will lie. open at 7, ai.d perloi ni.nire commence at h p ist 7 oVloc.k. Tielwis a.i.i Mow.-, niuv In-.".1, jii-.fd of Mr Oniicron, at ilie Th.ilrej'Mr Callon, H..y.il Admiral lintel ; Mr F.ii-liiiin. l-..nlii.,Hr-, Hotel; Mr Allen, .Sniilu'i-n Cn>-;; .1 '.'oivmjn's Hotel; uml at Mr William.-, Ilimli.-v-.nvet. Admi?ioii_Dross Civclo C>s., l?;it 3.. S. CAMKitON, Proprietor. Viva I' Ri:r.i.N.\. UIiI.AIDK I7.\NircO.?IPANY—A .;enJra' meeting ol the sliareliolilcrs is to be held a tin: Turf Hotel on Tuesday evening next, the lOtli instant, at seven oV'oci;. to receive the report of i.c eoini:>itti c. W. 11. N.alh, Tioasinvr. <;th Doci'inbcT, IS:i??. HJ ALK V....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

ADVERTISEMENTS. CgFAll ailrertisemtnts must be paid for previous to insertion, vnlrss J'urwardcd hi s-jch of ovr frinuh <.'.•> li'ir* iiprneil v-onthti/ Mounts t't titc '■ <v; «;.-' Advertisers <;re r.fitsfrf/ jt<j«-'.f«':iWi( *.■■ bi« .•?••«■ thoi advrrfisftnents cure ih.-,tt,.l null bf roiiliuitrrf and chanjrd for an!, «.< ••ninitrnitamlid I,'j si* v'dwti on 'J'tium d.iy ct-rmny. FOII UrtKIANfSA, To tail on or boi'ro >V>,;.7«"/ *ht \Ath intt::>?, flT^q%\ 1 3.! ( >t"ii>. !.V:iahii Asww.. ws'.>"IvVv^ mm, and will positively s;ii! lor tin ""■«• place iiivr.«'iii,it«-ly. Ihe / j/'crt r will touch at r-ydney en her w:iy to NVw Z«;iliiiid. T.>r freight or passage for either pl.irc, liaviiiL' cood accommodation, *'l-=>lv to the Master cii board, 01 to CAPTAIN WAI.XKR, liiiiflloy-rtrcit. Adr!ai(?e, S'oveir.bo-2-2, 1P39. l\>it SYONKY MKI-XT, -*?rV milK barque I.XI'QHTER. JOJ/jiS* ■*• tfW V'""1 KltllAil" A-...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING.   ARRIVED. Yesterday. - The brig Dorset, 80 tons, Robertson, commander, from Sydney and Port Phillip,         with a cargo of sundries. SAILED. Dec, 4.—The schooner Kate, 62 tons, Captain Birkenshaw, for Sydney, in ballast with   prisoners. Yesterday.—The ship Recovery, 483 tons, Capt. Johnson, for Port Lincoln and the East Indes. Same day.—The barque Anna Robertson, 448 tons, Capt. Munro, for India. Same day. - The ship Lady Lilford, 595 tons, Capt. Kermath, for Hobart Town, Sydney, and New Zealand. Same day. - The barque Pleiades, 460 tons, Capt. Berg, for Java, in ballast.

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. KATHARINE STEWART FORBES,             (barque), 457 tons, from Hobart Town—dis- charging 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), 130 tons, form Laun- ceston—discharging cargo—returns immedi-           ately. Agent—Capt Walker.       ELIZABETH, (schooner), 100 tons from Swan     River, discharging cargo. Mr Delhope, agent. JOHN PIRIE, (schooner), 106 tons, from Syd-         ney, discharging cargo. Agents—South Aus-    ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several artictles and communications must stand over. It is requested that business letters connected with the Register must be addressed to the Publishers, and not to the Editors.

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DEC, 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DEC, 6. FLOUR, &c.—Flour best 55l. to 60l. per ton;     oats 10s. to 12s. per bushel; bran 4s. 6d to 5s. per bushel; rice 2d. per lb.; four pound loaf 2s 6d. Compressed hay 18l per ton. VEGETABLES.—Old potatoes 10l. to 15l. per ton; do. per lb. 2d. to 3d.; new do 5d. to 6d. per lb; cabbage and lettuce 1d. each; carrots 6d per lb. 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 10s. per gallon; brandy 14s. to 16s. per gallon; [?] gin 4s. to 6s. per gallon—all in bond; Port wine 35s. to 48s. per   dozen, sherry 35s. to 48s per dozen; draught     porter 8l. 10s to 9l ; teas 9l 10s. per chest; Mauritius sugar 24l to 32l per ton; London soap   54l per ton; candles 1s. to 1s. 4d. per ...

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[?] LAKNER TO A [?] THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

The South Australian Register DINNER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. The preliminary meeting called to make arrangements for the public dinner proposed to be given to his Excellency on the anniversary of the establishment of the Province took place on Wednesday. It was very numerously and     respectably attended. The resolutions agreed     to will be found in our advertising columns.   We believe steps have been taken to make his       Excellency acquainted with the mark of public       respect the colonists desire to pay him, and that it is probably he will, in consequence     return to Adelaide a day or two before the 28th.

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COLONIAL EXPENDITURE-CONTROL OF THE COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

COLONIAL EXPENDITURE-CON- TROL OF THE COMMISSIONERS. We have neither time inclination at present to engage in a "wordy war" with the Southern Australian; although our contemporary has somewhat inadvertently [?] thrown down the gauntlet. The "[?] [?]-          [?]" feeling has now almost entirely worn           off, and we cannot buckle in our armour to do battle with a foreman who, were he worthy of     our steel, is evidently young in editorial ex-   perience, and somewhat less acquainted with colonial facts and affairs, or with the principles on which the Province of South Australia is founded, than bescerns the length of his com- mentaries upon them. In perfect good humour,   however, we would remonstrate withour friend     against unnecessary misrepresentation of our   views and opinions. When he asserts that   "...

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DELIVERY OF GOODS AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

DELIVERY OF GOODS AT PORT ADELAIDE. We have received a long and pity letter on the subject of the arrangement which is under- stood to have been made at the Port for the delivery of ships' cargoes above high-water- mark. Our correspondent's wrath is more     particularly directed to the concluding portion of the official letter bearing to addressed by     the Governor's orders to the deputation of the public meeting respecting the state of the wharf, which intimates that after goods are landed on the spot fixed upon, above high- water-mark "the commanders of ships are to       be considered as having fulfilled their duty   to the owners of goods entrusted to their care." We perfectly agree with the substance of       our correspondent's remarks, and had his letter been more temperately written we should   have inserted it : but there is in the matter no  ...

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COLONEL LIGHTS MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

COLONEL LIGHTS MONUMENT. We have received the following letter from Mr Bull on the subject of the intended monument of Colonel Light, and, without at present offering any opinion of our own, we pbulish it for the consideration of the committee:—   To the Editors of the South Australian Register. GENTLEMEN—Having been solicited to con-       tribute my subscription to Colonel Light's     Monument, I beg to express, through your useful and widely circulated paper, my opinions on the subject. I understand this above a     thousand pounds have been raised for the above       object. I beg to state that although I feel the greatest respect for the memory of the lamented     individual to whose abilities as Surveyor-gene-r al the subscription list may be considered as a     testimony. I venture to...

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THE PUFUS. To the Editor the South Australian Register. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

THE RUFUS. To the Editor of the South Australian Register. appearance. - I am, &c. C. BONNEY. Adelaide, 25th,November, 1839. GENTLEMEN—In your paper of Saturday last it is stated that the Rufus is merely an outlet for the superabundant waters of the Murray into Lake Victoria. Now I do not think it is most proved that the Lake derives     its waters from no other source than the floods   of the Murray. Mr Hawdon, in speaking of the Rufus, in the report of his first journey   overland, says, "The large body of water which flows down the river appears to be sup- plied entirely by springs rising in the lake."     It has long been known, therefore, that the   Lake had no communication with any other       river, although it did not occur to Mr Hawdon     at the time that it was possible for the waters   of the Mur...

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. SINCE last report there has been but little of consequence before his Worship. The following is a summuary of the proceedings:— On Tuesday, the 19th November, Richard Fenton was charged with receiving a bullock, the property of the South Australian Company, well   knowing the same to have been stolen. William Bevis Randell, superintendent of the Company's stock, stated that on the fourth he saw in the possession of James Sparshott, a bul- [?], which he recognised as the property of the   Company, and which had been lost some time.     He demanded the bullock from Sparshott, who said he had bought it of Fenton. This the latter admitted, and accounted for his possession of it by the production of a receipt signed Robert Muirhead; he also called two parties who had witnessed the document at the time of the pur- chase. Admitted to bail. It is suspected that Robert Muirhead is an alias of Robert Deakins, lat...

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THE FEVER SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

THE FEVER SHIP. (By Capt. Andrew Smith.) I sailed from Liverpool for Jamaica, and after a pleasant voyage arrived at my destination, and discharged my cargo. My vessel was called the Lively Charlotte, a tight brig, well found for tra- ding, and navigated by thirteen hands. Pre-loaded   with sugar and rum for Halifax, intending to freight from that place for England before the setting in of winter. This object I could only achieve by using double diligence, allowing a rea- sonabe time for accidental obstacles. My brig   was built sharp for sailing fast, and I did not   trouble myself about convoy (it was during [?] war), as I could run a fair race with a [?] privateer, and we trusted to manouvring [?] heavy caronades, and a formidable show of [?] ports and quakers*, for escaping capture [?]     enemy not possessing such an overwhelming [?]   periority of force as would give him confidence to   run boldly close alongside...

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