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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 29, 1838. ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 December 1838

THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. Quid verum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum -«Hnit. Kp., lib. 1. eu I, v ll._ ADELAIDE: SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1838. ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE GEORGE. THE Prince George, Captain Young, ar- rived in Holdfast Bay on Thursday, having left the Downs the 12th September. By her we have been favoured with papers up to Sept. 4th, and letters to. the 1st Sept., and we regret that our press of matter hinders us this week from giving more than an out- line of the recent English intelligence. We have been favoured; however, with an im- portant document -THE NEW ACT OF PAR- LIAMENT ; which we present to our readers entire, and we shall in our next enter into an examination of the alterations in the principles of the Act constituting South Australia, introduced into the present " Amended Act." The sales of land in England continue very satisfactory. The sales for the month of August were 4690 acres, making the total sales by the Commissioners in England from th...

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ANNO PRIMO ANS SECUNDO VICTORIA REGIN[?]. CAP. LX. An Act to amend an Act of the Fourth and Fifth Years of His late Majesty, empowering His Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Province or Provinces. [31st July, 1838] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 December 1838

ANNO PRIMO AND SECUNDO VICTORIÆ REGINIÆ.       CAP. LX.   An Act to amend an Act of the Fourth and Fifth Years of His late Majesty, empowering His Ma jesty to erect South Australia into a British Pro vince or Provinces. [31st July, 1838] Whereas by an Act passed in the Fourth and Fifth years of the reign of His late Majesty, intituled An Act to empower His Majesty to erect South Australia into a British Province or Provinces, and to provide for the Colonization and Government thereof, His Majesty was empowered, with the advice of his   privy council, to erect and establish within that part of Australia which lies between the meridians of the one hundred and thirty-second and one hundred and forty-first degrees of east longitude, and be tween the Southern Ocean and the twenty-sixth degrees of south latitude, together with the islands adjacent thereto, and the bays and gulfs thereof, one or more Provinces, and to fix the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 December 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. WITHOUT THE LEAST RESERVE. Stock of a Storekeeper leaving the Colony. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION By N. Bentham, On Saturday 29th, and Monday 31st December, 20 BARRELS FLOUR, 200 bags Potatoes, 150 chairs, 200 German sausages, clothes, various brushes, ironmongery, carpenter's tools, bells and bell wire, locks, nails, handles, latches, &c. Sale to commence each day at two o'clock. The register of land open to the public gratis Extensive Sale of Freehold and Leasehold Land. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham, On Tuesday, January 8th, at his Auction Mart, Hindley-street,   SEVERAL Town Acres, parts of ditto, leases of land at low rent, buildings fit for immediate occupation, others nearly finished in various parts of Adelaide and its vicinity. Particulars of upwards of 120 lots will he announced next week, in bills to he procured at the Mart. The attention of newly arrived emigrants is particularly called to the above. Sheep Lost. THREE...

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Adelaide, 19th December, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 December 1838

I RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Adelaide,, 19t« December, 1838. j HARVEY ». PAUL.-This was an action of assault . and battery committed on board the ship Rajastkan. now lying at anchor in Holdfast Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Paul were cabin passengers, and Mr. Harvey was the surgeon-superintendent of the ship. Thu actual affray is detailed in the evidence, an abridged report of which will be found hereafter ; the cause of the affray was connected with anterior quarrels. While the ship was lying at Santa Cruz, Mrs. Paul contrived in a fit of intoxication or passion to cut her husbaad's head and face by throwing a bottle of oil at him ; her conduct had been very violent pre viously. In consequence of thia, several of the cabin passengers refused to allow their wives to dine or associate with Mrs. Paul, among whom were Capt. O'Halloran and Mr. Harvey. There was also another quarrel with Mr. Harvey, for protesting against the captain of the ship ia putting the emi grants upon short allowance of wa...

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 29 December 1838

ADELAIDE SHIPPING REPORT.     ARRIVALS. DEC. 23-Brig Black Joke, Miller, from Laun- ceston, with sheep. Dec- 23.-Brig Socrates, from Launceston, with sheep. DEC. 26.-Barque Prince George, Capt. Young,   from London, with 150 emigrants, six passengers, and general cargo.   DEC. 26-Barque Parlando . . ,? from Syd-   ney with passengers, &c. DEC. 28. Zebra, from Hambro', with Emigrants.   DEPARTURE   DEC. 28.-Brig David, Hart, for Sydney. VESSELS EXPECTED FROM SYDNEY. Hope, Adelaide, Nereus.  

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A[?] Shipping [?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 January 1839

^Dec. SO.-Brig Glenalvon, from London, wita .passengers and general cargo. "-' .*? DFPABTVBEB. '- ï>ec. fer India. Dec. 31.- Cutter Water Witch, Hpte&hison, for Kingscote. Jan. 1. - Schooner John Pirie, Martin, /or Sydney. ' - ' " Jan. 4.-Barque Lady Mary Pelham t M'Keller, for George Town. The Lloyds will sail for Madras on Sunday. The Rajasthan for Bombay, and Catherine Jam ieson for Sydney, are expected to sail early next week. - r

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 January 1839

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter from Mr- Howard has been received, and shall be inserted en Wednesday. P,\| and Q/stre hope also to find room for. TV* thank om* correspondent for his confirmation ff our statement on the subject of the recent - funerals, and we shall avail ourselves of his remarks on Wednesday.

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The Southern Australian. Quidverum atque decens curo, ct rogo, et omnis in hoe sum —HOR. Er., Iib. 1, cp. l, v 11. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 January 1839

Otyz Soutient australian Quid verum atque decent euro, et rogo, et omni» in hoe tum -HOB. Er*, lib. 1, cp.*l, T il. ADELAIDE : SATURDAY, JAW ART 5, 1839. WITH the close of ¿bx past year^e have been brought to the condron of our second quarter, and it affords us most sincere pleasure to be enabled to state that in the establishment of the Southern Australian, we have been more successful than we had even expected. Actuated hy a sincere de " sire to rescue our colony from the tyranny of ignorant and mischievous men'-to ex tend the knowledge of the principles upon which it was founded-to render abortive and to expose the attacks and slanders of a venal and corrupted press-»-to advance out commerce and «xtend and strengthen our commercial relations - to communicate sound and correct information to the intend ing settler-to strengthen the confidence of those already established-and to advocate the cause of civil and religious liberty,-we have never flinched nor wavered in the «ourse we h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 January 1839

THE following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN.which is published every Wednesday   morning at the Office, corner of Stephens-place, Rundle Street - - - PRICE OF THE PAPER- - - 6d. per number, or 36S. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it.             ADVERTISEMENTS - - - 6 lines and under [each insertion] 3s. 6d ; above 6 lines 3d. per line - - - Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday ; and orders to discontinue advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 4 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted, or they, will be continued until countermanded. All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance.   _     AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. LONDON : John Gliddon, Esq., 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 5 January 1839

For Sydney direct. TO SAIL în ten days, the fine fast- sailing firsi-class ship PARLAND,   546 tons Register, GEORGE TAILT, Commander. For freight or passage, having very superior accommodations, apply 10 Mr. J. WALKER. Hindley-street.   Adelaide, Dec. 29, 1838.     BRIG "NEREUS." For Sydney direct. The fine fast sailing brig NEREUS,   Capt. F. R. Less, commander,   will sail from here about the middle of January next. For Freight or Passage, apply to V. and E.     SOLOMON, Sydney House, Gilles Arcade. For Batavia. THE fine fast sailing barque TAMAR," 196 tons register,     John Northwood, Esq. commander. For freight only apply to the Captain on board, or to JOHN RUSSELL. Adelaide, Jan. 5th, 1839. _     Moveable Wooden Houses. JOHN CRAWFORD AND CO. Architects, Builders, and Contractors, Rundle-street, Adelaide, have the satisfact...

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HINTS TO WOOL GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

HINTS -TO WOOL GROWERS^, x'"T J Wp are gîad to see that Australian continues to be as much esteeme^^iis^ea^ as at any former period, and we questio^ if it bas not; eren advanced in pubUc, estima tion.' W* have been favoured with some. * ? - . 'i reports from rite W ool market» lately re«4 ceived, from which it appears to be the* general opinion that a few years more o£ judicious and systematic improvement must make Australian Wool an object of great national importance Few of the settlements on this contaient will, in our opinion, take a more prominent pact in- the enterprizing and amicable race : winch will be run for superiority jn the cha racter of their principal export, than South Australia. Thc time of our foundation*, I the- benefits we shall derive from the older , settlements, the capital at our command, and-the character of the settlers here and to he;expected, will give us many advantages, and it is the duty of those who, like our selves,, are placed in a position to comm...

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ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

"-'-'i ADELAIDE RACES» * = WEpromi$éd in our eura sheet on Saturday last* tôçive » ful» report in our present number of fJie ii&ceb, which were held on the Isl and 2nd instant. Want of room, however, compels us tb confine ourselves to a very short one :- ¡ .?/.*> nnsT O*Y. I Sweepstakes of 10 guineas each, weights for incites. v $tr. Morp5¡vU*s-4». m. Polly ...... 1 I ?' Mr. ttull*bn m. Maid cf the Mill., 2 2 Mr.Lines'bk. ci. Black Beit 3 hoked Ladies* Purse, "25 guïacasrgenUtmen riders, heats two: mines'and a distance. . Mr. Jones' g. g.Cha rf ey . I 1 Mr. llandawk'* b. m. Mia Cranky 3 2 '~ Mr. J. Gleeson'^ b. m. RI uniter Last 4 dr. rCapl. Berkeley s bk. h. Kigil 2 3 Mr. Lipson Vb. h. Wilful ... dis, ¡Mr. Lints'h. h. Veter.- dis. Private Match for 10 Guiñe*»; two mile Lea:, Mr. Morphett's Xs. m. JWfy..-. 1 Mr. Lines' bk. m. Black Bes» .... 2 SECOND DAV. Town .Plate 30 Guineas, heats once rounJ sod a distance. ? Mr. J[ones' g. g. Charley.1 1 fMr. HandcocVs b. m. Âfi«* Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

tînien Sheep amt Ciitlle Çonipans? HE Directors of the above Company here by notify for -the information of persons newly arrived in the colony, that a few Shares may stilt he obtained on application to the Sec retary, who attends every Tuesday Evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, at Mr. Coltman's Tavern, Fnuikîm-stieeî, f«r the pcrpose of receiving in stalments. ? The Deed wi'.l be ready for the signature of ali Shareholders on and after Tuesday next. . lt. J. M'CANN, Secretary. Sanitary 8, 1339. To Newly Arrived Immigrants. A FEW* SHARES remain to be disposed of in the Village of^Payneham, nt ¿10 per Share, in weekly instalments of £2 each-hut for present cash £9 per ac«e. The ballot for allotments will uke place early next month, and persons advancing £5 etch share, prior to that lime, will have the privilege of taking immedi ate po^scysion-For the'purchase of Shares or tr» view this very beautiful and well situated properly, apply» to Mr. Payne, Hindley-street.' A spacious Marquee and a...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Ale-Dunbar"*,per dozen. . London, per hhd... 9 . Ashby's, per barret.. 9 Colonia!,., hud... 7 Beef, jp^ruerce.......... 6 fresh, lb.. Butter, fresh, lb......... salt, do. Coffee, lb.. Candles, moulds, lb...... ~ dips, do. ...... wax, do... Casks, oil, per tan,.. 4 Cedar, per foot,. Cheese, English, lb....... Colonial, Deals, per foot,. Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 1 Hams, per lb.... Hops,, do. *f Hay, nerton....... 9 Iron, do. 18 Maize, per bushel,.. Motton, fresh, per lb. ... . Oil, sperm, per gallon,.... black, do. .... Porter, perdozen,........ London, hhd. .... 9 colonial, do. .... 7 Pork, per barrel. 5 s. jd. £ 16 0 lo 1 0 0.. 10 o l o .. IO 0 0 .. 8 0 0 .. 9 ll .. Potatoes, per ton, Rice, per lb. Soap. English, per lb. Spirits in bond-Brandy Ram .... Sugar, MOTrMus, per Jb... Tobacco in bd.-Negrohead Brazil'.... tea, hyson-slOT.percbest.. * black... Wines in bond Port (in wood) per |Msask Do. (in bonley dozen .". Sherry (in wood) ¿-cask Ditto (botüW pv...

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THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

THE A&ORIGXirE*. ^ Tsxibllowing article, wjbicfi -we copy from tint Australian of the 20ih November, is upon . ; ?ubject of such vital importance to our welfare as colonists, that we |ire .it a place in our tedrtiTnns. Can it be possible that such a bim «association asthat of-the-'4' Black Associatu B.óthérhood" exists ia a British colony^ Bi :»s some of the New South Wales inhabitan . are, we never could have believed that any -them had sunk so low. Mercy, justice* symp ( thy, compassion, philanthrophy, " andr ali tl ¿finer feelings of bunnin nature, call upón us protect the original propiietors of that soil fro "which we are realizing all our wealth ; :ahd :\ -trust that all who act otherwise, will not oníy l scouted and turned out of society, buti that tl - severest penalties of the law will be visited upt . them. We admire the spirit in which pur jcp temporary has penned the article, and we ho that the whole of the press in these colonies w Join io a general war against ...

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To the Editor of the Southern Australian. Parsonage House, January 2nd, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

-+ Va fte í^itnr of ike Southern Australian. Parsonage House, Jaotiary 2nd, Ï33P. ' Stn.7-f lie article which appeared ia roar last tramber'.Tefiectiiig upon my conduct, in not accom panying the remains of a person deceased to thß cenveínr, compels nie to seek the earliest opportunity of repelling the insinuations against my character therein' containe«!, by stating,* that when I have * f illed to do so, it has been owing to'ilMieakh, fn*ï intervention of other more important clerical, duty, or the want bf punctuality in the parties attending - the funereal. 'I he distance of the cemetry fron) lite church, which you would represent ad an age ra »a lion, although, in fact, an extenuation of my alleged offeñce,ü¿0ihpels me in strcli cassi to - decline doin^ wliair If ^pè^onarinpôn^ëj^ were* Jo^be sact iGcëfft'wirti ld by no means neg lee*. The character of a person who would "indecently . hurt ttte/eeiings of'the living, and «ssl föshaänV upon the Christian dead," is one which 1 have ...

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ACT OF FIRST AND SECOND VICTORIA, c. LX. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

" , - * : ~> ACT OF FIBST AND SECOND VICTORIA, . ~ Cr LX. THIS Act demands grave and serions con sideration on in 3r.iy grounds: It is most hastily and inconsiderately drawn it alters our political status m many very important points :-it touchés the most vital part oj our sj'stem, the application of thc labour jfrmd. On all these ground? we hav# much to ¿say, but-we do not wish to do so lightly-or incon siderately. We shaU therefore reserve our observations on this; subject for another number. ( THE NEW tANDIXG ÏLACE AT THE POÍIT. THIS poor, feeble^ ricketty bantling of thc .Commissioner's is, in despite of all sorts of stimulants, sa near its natural end, that we have been.debating whether it would not be I christian like to use towards it the old j Roman Catholic exhortation, vade in naceni. f As far as the scheme itself is concerMld we j are so certain that we have been the death of it, and that it wiU speedily evaporate into : \ thin air, that we feel assured we may safely, ...

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The Southern Australian. Quid rerum atque decent curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib, 1, ep I, v II. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1939. THE ACT AND THE ORDERS IN COUNCIL. Look on this picture.—Hamlet. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

Soutient gustraïian. Qu id rr rum atqur dice na euro, et rozo, et omni* in hoe »wm - HOR. KP., UK 1, rp l,v ll. ADELAIDE: WE UN ESO AV, JANCUAV ö, .1839. THE ACT A!<*> THE ORDERS IN COUNCIL. Look on this picture.-Hamlet. IT was a remark of the great Leibnitz (if we remember aright) that errors are oftenuseful to truth, and the three great chimeras (tria magna mania-)-the philosopher's stone, the perpetual motion, ond the quadrature of the circle-r-materially contributed to enrich the sciences. Discussion, of every kind, if full aird unfettered, is favorable to that onward progress of die mind which perpetually pre senting truth in varying aspects, enlarges the merila! horizon, and renders*it impossible that narrowed views should have coexistence with this " travail of the soul." Hence we feel that ¿ur lucubrations, though they relate to an Act now in .part repealed, haye by no means been, nor are they now useless ; inas much as every step gained liai opened some new pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AJICHON* By W. Bentham, THIS DAY, January 9th, at one o'clock, fa front of the Muri, HihdleyStreet, :!;( , AVERY SUPERIOR LOT OF PIGS consisting of 3 sows, 8 pigs, and. 1 boar. After the sale of the pigs, a splendid set of harness, several saddles and bridles* a lot of garden chairs, twenty casks of flour;* large assortment of ironmongery, and *>awom other articles, will be sold without the least ièserve. ? N. B. has various sums from. £5 <o* £100 ready to be advanced ron goods intended "for sale. v - '- - SALE POSTPONER. Extensive Sale of Freehold and Leasehold Land. N. BENTHAM begs to inform the public that the land sale advertised for "January, 3th, is unavoidably postponed to February 1st, on account of the numerous plans'not being ready. Newly arrived Emigrants anti others are recommended to wak-the event of this extensive sale, where parties of every degree can be suited with freehold and leasehold property, both in town and country. Persons ...

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COL. LIGHT AND GEORGE FERDINAND MENDEZ PINTO STEVENSON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 January 1839

COL. LIGHT AND GEORGE FERDINAND MENDEZ PINTO STEVENSON, ESQ. In the facetious narrative of our old friend, François Rabelais, we recollect an instance in which an unlucky victim is about to be dispatched {rom all care about mundane affairs ; and one might imagine that the old jester would have been glad to shuffle out of a situation so melancholy with as much despatch as possible. Not so thought "Alcofribas Nasier," and on the contrary like mates at a funeral, or a school-boy with a cock-chaffer, the old Canon runs on as merrily in describing the misery of his victim, as if it had been the funniest thing in the world ; and at last, in the gentlest of commiserating terms, tells how softly he was taken up by the nape of the neck, and with what a very pretty knife his throat was at last properly severed.       But our readers will naturally ask, what has Rabelais to do with Col. Light and our friend Don Ferdinand Mendez Pinto, Esq.? Much &...

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