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

MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY OF THE LATE COLONEL LIGHT. Adelaide. December 6, 1839 The Treasurer has pleasure to to announce   the following subscriptions:-     .€. a <f. John Morpliett 21 0 0 Tli..,ras (Gilbert 10 10 0 D.ivid McLurcu 10 10 0 Edward Rowlands 10 10 0 Charles Flaxnian 10 10 0 Captain Alfred Fell 5 5 0 Cajitttiii Berkeley 5 5 0 John Allan 5 5 0 W. |{. Cookc 5 5 0 Cnptnin Walker 10 10 0 d. O. Orntsby 5 5 0 R. Ferguson 5 5 0 H. Mildred 5 5 0 Edward Stephen* 15 15 0 Join Newniun 5 5 0 Henry Watts 2 2 0 A. Macduiigall 5 5 0 John Brown 10 10 0 Rev. C. I), lioufird 10 0 Henry Nixon.. 10 10 0 <>. F. Angas, London 10 10 0 William Jacob 10 10 0 John Jacob 5 5 0 Captain J. F. Duff 10 10 0 Thomas Freeman... ... ... ... 5 5 0 K. C. Gnynne 5 5 0 G. G. Crouch 1 1 0 Robert Tliomaa and Co 5 5 0 Itobert Gcor.irs Thoma« 5 5 0 Wrn. Kyffin Thomas 2 2 0 H. T. rin:iis? 10 10 0 J. li. Gkvsim 5 5 0 E. H. Glifs.m 5 5 0 H. Willoitqhlty 2...

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THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANYS NEW WHARIS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANYS NEW WHARIS. We are glad to observe that the Company's New Wharfs at the Port are so nearly completed that the Manager has announced his intention of publicly opening the approaches to them on the 22nd of January next. Mr McLaren has addressed the following letter to the Colonial Government on the subject,   which we transfer to our columns from the     last Gazette:—     On the 25th May last, His Excellency the Go-v     ernor patronised the formation of the New Port         and the operations of the South Australian Com- pany relative to the general undertaking, by [?] the first spadefull of earth in forming the   [?]. About the middle of June the work was [?] the contractors. It was then estimated       [?] six months the road might be completed,  ...

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MARRIAGE LAWS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 7 December 1839

bbfddd       nnnnn Our attention has been called to the state of the marriage laws of the province by the cir- cumstance of ceremony of marriage having recently been performed in Adelaide by a Scottish clergyman, a member of the body     known as the United Secession Church of that country. The legality of this marriage having been questioned, and some uneasiness     expressed in various quarters on the general subject of the legality of marriages solemnized   in South Australia so think it advisable to advert to the matter, and place it on what we believe to be its correct footing.   With regard, then, to the particular mar- riage alluded to, we [?] it to be quite clear           that, viewed as a religious ceremony, it is   altogether invalid. A Scottish clergyman,       whatever may be his denomination, is entitled   to celebr...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

TO ADVERTISERS. Messrs. Hodges and Reynolds, of the London House, complain that the name of one of the partners of the firm was spelled incorrectly in their adver-   tisement last week. We would particularly impress on advertisers the necessity of writing their advertise- ments legibly, otherwise they cannot expect them to be correctly inserted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

ADVEItriSJCMENTS. t£J All wiivrlixciueiit* must U. ;?"</ far jiri-viows tv ittsnlit'ii, !••/'/(?• fiiniinl'ti In/ Mich of our (riiiuU «« Aiiiv ir.wmd tmnii/Jil aivmnili <it !>:•■ (///.V..; and Ailc-n'tM* ore rtyiustnl juirt'tsal.irlii t? util'-v that wlctrtisciiiriits (•;/.-.• i mil lid ifi.'i In- roulhiucii and chir.jnl J'-<i «;i/."ii cauuU-rauuidi ./ by sU u'dotJe on TLnin tiil'l erflliiiil. jo k s v n s i: v n i'iic c r. .1 licijvlnr Trader .- JS, •?«- m!!E reiiiarUalily fust-sailincr \m£ /.■•'••4> i. DORSET, T. i:oi-.i:tvT«os, ,' . ' !'/^,\ C."!lll«ail.!?'l-, wilJ hail fur Sjdtii'V .•;.,..•r.t^" ,lir -i-v «.:t Sunday tlie'iJml in-unt. ..'ii L£z2? l\,r ii-.-y.r or"plSl<'-" >>?[■'■'■' •" V. S:' K. S(yL(J.MON, A^.-iiis. I OK PYONKV, To ■••'ii/ in. Ti ii JtJ'u/--; * jpc t rum M-luion.-r JOIIS PIRli:. /;&£Ln*~ * r«r fioifht «i- p:'>?a;!i- aj.jily '^■yWvl'' (''*i''''" "*>'"" |" i:"''' •"■;if •'"■ ~?\&ii&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

ROYAf. VICTORIA THEATRE, XOYUI Termer., Adlmitc. AFTEtt this fvi'itinj, in (*<>iiset|uvncc ot tivsh novelti<-i, Kob Roy will ht withdruivn lor IdC M'ilSOl', 'ihi> oic^vnt S.vtuiiday Kvi:si.«:g, Dcccisilkt v, ityy. JJACIII'J.Oj'CS IJUTroXS, mill, Inr (he U«t time, n on no y. Nights of |?Liloiiiiancr—Mondays, Wedncsd.iys, and Satunhiys. S. CAMERON, Proprietor. Vivav lU:t;iNA. DAIUY COWS ami IH'LLOCKS.—For o-iU', in Frew and llunkinc's Stock Yiird (for inoiiy oci-ii|?ic.l by tkc South Austruliun Coin |>Hiiy), soutli end uf IC^t-lcriaro, nearly opposite Mr Unit's Cuttlil Market, v lot of very snjitiior Ddily Cows in iiili uud recently calyi-d ; also, n <ju.ititry ot Dul!oi-!:s mid Steers mitcd ciihor for the Initrher or tlio yoktl. The Cows arc warriintt.il I tv lit! liil'y <-<)!m! tu an) in 1 lie colony as miikcrs I and for (juiciness. Fur ;iarti<-ul:<t> apjily us above crtoJ.imrs Fivw uud C\j..:(....

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

IMPORTS. DORSET, (brig) 81 tons, from Sydney—18 pipes spirits, 4 hhds, cherry brandy, 2 pun. rum, 19 cases wine, 2 pipes cider, 1 pun. peppermint, 100 bales tobacco, 3 bales cordage, 4 bags walnuts, 1 cart, 2 gigs, 1 bale corks, 93 bags ginger, 4 cases glass, 1 crate 3 cases oranges, 1 bag pepper, 2 casks bottles, 2 pairs bellows, 4 hhds lemon syrup 2 hhds olives, 2 trunks apparel, 1 case cooper's tools, 6 chases segars, 25 tons flour, 15 bags oats. LADY EMMA, (barque) from Launceston— 5 tons 220 bags flour, 4o bags rice, 7 bags bran, 60 bugs 604 bushels oats, 6 cases cherry brandy, 1 pun. 6hhds. rum, 9 barrels arrack, 6 barrels bran- dy, 10 tons hay, 8 packages leather, 3 cases parch- ment, 6 chaise carts, 12 tarpaulins, 2 puns ginger beer bottles, 26 chests tea, 3 casks hardware, 3 boxes prunes, 1 case slops, 1 cask tinware, 1 cask soda, 12 casks nails, 3 cases hats, 16 tins arrow root, 2 boxes glass, 8 bags 5 cases groceries, 20 horses. PORTER. (brig) 250 tons, from HobartTown —7...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS Several interesting communications and articles in type must stand over. The Rules of the Agricultural Society, received too late for this day's paper will be published in our next .

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. KATHARINE STEWART FORBES,   (barque), 457 tons, from Hobart Town—   charging cargo. EXPORTER, (barque), 215 tons from Sydney —clearing out for New Zealand. Capt. Walker, agent. SINGAPGRE, (barque), 303 tons, from Lon-     don—discharging cargo. Agent—John Mor-   phett. HERO, (barque), 160 tons, from Singapore— discharging cargo. Agent—John Mophett.     LADY EMMA, (barque), 130 tons, from Laun- ceston—discharging cargo—returns immedi-   ately. Agent—Capt. Walker. CHRISTINA, (barque), 350 tons, from Sydney —discharging cargo—proceeds to Swan River. Agent—Capt Walker. ADELAIDE, (brig) 192 tons, from New Zea- land— discharging cargo. Agent—David Mac- Laren. PORTER, (brig), 250 tons, from Hobart Town —discharging cargo. ELIXABETH, (schooner,) 100 tons, from Swan River—discharging cargo. Mr DeHorne, agent JOHN PIRIE, (schooner), 106 tons, from Syd- ney—discharg...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1839. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1839. PUBLIC MEETING. In consequence of a requisition most nume-   rously and respectably signed, a public meeting has been called by the Sheriff for Thursday next, to take into consideration the important sub- jects of the general taxation of the colonists for the expences of the Survey, and the propriety of applying to the home authorities for a non- official extension of the Legislative Council. We earnestly hope that the meeting will be a numerous one, and that matters so deeply involving the lasting welfare of the province will receive from it that calm and dispassionate consideration they so much require.

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MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DEC. 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DEC. 13. FLOUR, &c.—Flour best 55. 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. 4d. to 6d. per lb; cabbage and lettuce 1d. each; carrots 6d per lb. MEAT.—Beef 8½ 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; Holland 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 lb. &...

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TAXATION AND THE "PRINCIPLES." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

TAXATION AND THE "PRINCIPLES." It is not our wish to continue a discussion with the Southern Australian, at least on subjects decidedly unprofitable, and regarding which, perhaps, when our mutual views are fairly               comprehended, there may exist no difference between us. We therefore leave the question affecting the powers and the usefulness of the Commissioners pretty much in the state it was when the argument began. Our contemporary however, is so evidently in the dark upon one or two incidental though important points that he will perhaps allow us to throw a glimmer upon them. We cannot, of course, withhold our assent to his proposition—that "the longer we continue   to borrow without payment, the heavier the debt will become"—seeing that, to say nothing of Cocker, he has the weighty authority of Sir   John himself for asserting that "no remedy is to be ...

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MISREPRESENTATIONS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

MISREPRESENTATIONS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. It is amazing what pains are taken in writing nonsense about our colony. We cannot think what has induced several of our con-   temporaries in the neighbouring colonies, es- pecially. who should know better, to keep up such a volley of misrepresentation as they long did against us; and we are particularly sorry to see this spirit of jealousy—or something very like it—which we had hoped was now subdued, again allowing itself in the columns of some of the papers of the neighbouring   colonies. We have just fallen in with the following in the Sydney Herald:— " We have been favored by Captain Hay, of the John Pirie, with a copy of Colonel Light's chart of Port Adelaide, which has been engraved by Mr Moffit, of Sydney. From the very intricate nature of the navigation from St Vincent's Gulf to Adelaide, we should imagine that the masters of vested visiting South Australia will feel them- selves much obliged to Captain Hay fo...

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MORE OVERLAND ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

MORE OVERLAND ARRIVALS. I am, &c, COLONUS. We have to-day the pleasure to announce the safe arrival within the Province, of nearly six thousand five hundred fine sheep, part of the extensive flocks now on their way hither, be- longing to Mr Hampden Dutton, and Captain   Finniss. Another of their flocks of 8,000 has crossed the Darling, and the third is but a short way behind—the numbers belonging to these enterprising gentlemen, which are on the route for the Adelaide market for the present season, being about 25,000. the same parties have also a fine herd of 800 cattle—400 milking cows, heifers, &c., and 400 bullocks for draught and the butcher—on the road which may be daily looked for. We have seen let- ters from the Murray, below the Darling, dated 5th instant, which state that the natives are at present quiet, and that there is sufficient strength in that quarter to repress any ag- gression on their part. since the above was written, Mr Nelson [?] ha...

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GARDENING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

GARDENING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Last evening Mr. Stevenson delivered his third and last lecture for the season at the Mechanics' Institute, the most important part of which we this day present to our readers:— In reference to [?] which took place                 at the close of my last lecture ?? the worthy         Secretary of this Institution and my ??         ?? to revert, for a few moments, to the im-           portant subject of the culture of the Grape Vine it is desired, I think, that such of the colonists   as intend forthwith to commence the formation of vineyards, or even to grow the fruit on a less am- bitious scale, should be furnished with informa- tion on all the points essential to its suc...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A General meeting of these gentlemen friendly to the establishment of this society in the co- lony, took place in the Court-house, Currie- street, on Monday evening the 9th instant. D. McLaren, Esq., having been called to the chair, shortly addressed the meeting, stating its object, passing the Rules and Regu- lations framed by the committee for the guid- ance of the society, in accordance with a reso- lution passed at a former general meeting. On the motion of Captain Walker, the Report was brought up and read by the Sec- retary, and with a few slight alterations received the sanction of the meeting. Several gentlemen having expressed an opi- nion that many parties both in and out of the colony might wish, in support of the society, to give more than the amount fixed for the annual subscription, £2 : it was moved by Dr. Knott, seconded by Mr. William Smillie, that a donation list should be opened by the Trea-     surer, in addition to...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. Dec. 7.— The ship Recovery, which sailed from the Port on the 6th, brought up in Holdfast Bay to take in stock for Port Lincoln. 8.—The brig Porter, 250 tons, W. Murray commander, from Hobart Town, 24th November, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers—Mr and Mrs Bowman, Mrs Blay and three children, Messrs John McFarlane, Joseph Cope, Henderson and Parker. 8.—The brig Rapid, 162 tons, John Hart com- mander, from Launceston, 20th November, with   750 sheep and 6 horses. Passengers—Messrs James Lang, William McLean, Michl. Edmonds, Thomas Contry, James Thomson, William Smith, William Johnon, Esward Brown, Thomas Cook, John Simpson, and Hamilton. 11.—The barque Christine, 350 tons, John R. Bell commander, from Sydney, 21st November, with a general cargo. Passengers—Messrs Gal- lowny, Townsend, M'Kechnie, and three others. 11.—The brig Adelaide, 192 tons, J. B. Simpson commander, from New Zealand, with a cargo consistin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

SAMCB BY AUCTION. ??? TO BR tOI.1) BY AUCTION, BY J. RICHARDSON, Tun I)a?, tx 12 o'clock, «t the Me«r Cattle Market-. FIFTY of the l>e*t bred Com in t?e rofony 50 fine fat Bullocks (or Christmas beef Also a few good Morses for draught or saddle. TO BR Sll.l> BY PUIiLIC ftVCTICN, BY J RICHAKDSON, On Tuesday, D^oomlar 17th, at I*2 o'clock pre* rl-tly. at his Rooms, corner of King William ?trc>i>t— F^UK tons ot fme flour, 5 tons of augur, Z s!iures in tbe Cattle Company, 4 Wc?sot shingle n?i's,4 k«fc? batten nuiU, 2 casks of 3-inch flst pointed ditto. 12 bales of cordage various sizes, 5 ditto of excellent sauces, 3 pieces of broad cloth, 10 excellent grindstones. After which, £00 bushels of oats, 200 bushels of bran, 100 bushels of maize, b fi-iv ea?ks bottled ale (Dundee), a few hogsheads port. < Also, for tb« benefit of tbe parte •onceme^ 40 casks of Kom?n Cement. TO BE SOLD BY PUHLtC AUCTION) BY J. itICBARDSON, On Thursday nest*. DeHcuiber 19, «t 12 o'clock p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 14 December 1839

PUBLIC MEETING. 7? C. H. Nkwenham, Esq., Sheriff of (Ac Sin— Province of Sovth Australia'— WE, the (iiidcroigiud, request that you will call a Public Meeting of the Colonists, to be held _on an early day, for the purpose of con sidering the propriety of addressing o memorial to tbc proper authorities in England in reference to the following subjects, namely, Ist- The survey system and taxation of the colonists pc nerully for the cxpeiircs connected therewith; and, Slid, a non official extension of tbe Legis. lbtive Council :— Adelaide, December 9, 1839. David McLaren, Ma- George Bennett nagcr of S. A. Co. O. Booncy Jolm Barton Hack Lewis Smith Jolin Walker John Whytc A. If. HavU Robert Sander* Henry Watson John Groser Jolisi Mor|?hett John Lush Osmond Gillcs Thomas Sanders Edward Stephens George Wood Charles Heck James Coglia idward Rowlands John MncUeorge J. 11. Fisher G. R. Dchney John Russell William Warland Henry Calton J. G. Malm Thomas Freeman William Ewing William Freeman Oli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

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