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

ADVERTISEMENTS (3TAU adrrrtintmentx muxt hr paid for previous to tnsrrfion, unltus forwarded Ay such of our (rirnds an have opened vumlhhi accounts at the ttfllcr; and Adirrrlinerx are requested particularly to notice that ndfeitisrments once inserted will he continued and rhartini fnr units* countermanded by sir n'Ai<ch on Thurs day eveninc], Kl~i-S T -■■ —: —: —: . . —^— FOX BYl> N B V DIBKC T. A Ueyutar Trader /. rillli-: remarkably fast-sailini; biic f&ffHtsm^ ■• IWKSKT. T. Kouen'rso.v, t • flPJJ^CiMnniauiler, will sail for Sydney .'*>>; jffi&L. «lir ■<"' "" -"unday the -2nd instant. ' -*v fSMuf For freight or passiiye apply to V. & X SALOMON. Auents I'OR I.A.UXCKSTOS, To sail in about ten days, t. ■4T ms fiHiE fine fvst-s.<iling schooner yWMfL^ I EUXAttKTH. 1(M? tons, tgwWPj^ Captain l\.\c.K. For freight or pas- s:|i-"' apply to the Captain on beard, J. \V. DeHOKNE. A/ent^ For Kin'j (ie<>riir'? Snuw...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

TO ADVERTISERS. We are every week obliged to vent advertisements sent to our office too late on Friday evening. We really wish to impress on the minds of persons advertising the absolute ne-     cessity, if they wish their advertisements inser- ted, at sending them in early. It would be desirable for us to have as many advertise- ments as possible on Thursday, but Friday   afternoon at the very latest that they can be received.  

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VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. DELHI (ship), 350 tons, from Liverpool—ar- rived last night outside the bar. Agents C. Beck & Co.   DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND, (ship) 540 tons, from London- outside the bar. Agents C. Beck & Co. KATHARINE STEWART FORBES,                       (barque) 457 tons, from Hobart Town—dis-charging cargo. SINGAPORE (barque), 303 tons, from Lon-     don — discharging cargo. Agent— John Morphett. HERO (barque). 160 tons, from Singapore— discharging cargo. Agent— John Morphett. LADY EMMA (barque) 135 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. CLEVELAND (barque) 400 tons from Lon- don — outside the bar. WILLIAM BARRAS. (barque), 272 tons from London—arri...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We regret exceedingly to be obliged to exclude many articles and communications in type; but we trust, in   our next, to make ample amends. The proposals   for the establishment of a Benevolent Society;       the interesting letter of Mr Gover; a communication on the altered tone and more authentic intelligence of the South Australian Record; Mr Stow's eloquent address, and Mr Drummond's letter to our new con-t emporary, the Adelaide Chronicle, are among the   matters which must stand over.

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The South Australian Register. ADELAILE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1839. THE PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1839. THE PUBLIC MEETING. THE public meeting held at the Court House on Thursday was beyond all doubt by far the most utamerously and respectably attended of any that have yet taken place within the pro- vince. The importance of the subjects created naturally enough, considerable excitement; but there was not the slightest admixture of   party spirit, and, excepting on the solitary   point on which two gentlemen present differed from the meeting, the most perfect unanimity and cordiality prevailed.   The memorial to Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State, adopted by the meeting, with one dissentient [?], which our readers will find elsewhere, anticipates so many of the   observations which the different subjects it   alludes to suggest, that we may leave it with-   out remark. The objection urged by Mr Brown to the adoption of the [?] reso...

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ARRIVALSERS M[?]ND-ADVICE TO NEWLY ARRIVED EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

ARRIVALS FROM ENGLAND-ADVICE TO NEWLY ARRIVED EMIGRANTS. "It never rains but it pours:" The "adverse   [?] of the last five weeks having changed to the "favoring gale," we have had the pleasure to witness the arrival, during the past four days of no fewer than six vessels from       England, fully freighted with settlers and   [?] emigrants for our fertile shores. With     them we have the pleasing fidings that the         [?] of emigrants [?] South Australia               is [?] [?], and that numbers of ships     and; [?] are following in their train.           As we have never been distinguished for un-     managed puffery of the provin...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. We have papers to the 21st August. Parliament was on the eve of procagation. The country was becoming more quiet. Several of the colonists had been tried. Three of the Birmingham rioters had been condemned to         death. [?] they were afterwards reprieved.     [?] had been convicted, and sentenced             to eighteen months' imprisonment. The [?] in England promised to be most abundant; and accounts from America to the 1st August had been received that "of bread staffs the crop in the United States is [?]. It exceeds, take the whole   country together, probably any product per       acre within the memory of the oldest liver. This [?] applies to [?] every description of vegetation—wheat, rye, Indian corn, oats, potatos, grass &c." The sultan d...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING.   ARRIVED. Dec 17.—The ship Caroline, 450 tons, John         Williams commander, from Gravesend 28th June,     Plymouth 17th July, and Table Bay 19th October, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers—Mr Mrs   and Miss Atkins, Mr and Mrs Adams, Mr and Mrs Murray, Mr and Mrs [?], Mr and Mrs Cornian,       Mr and Mrs Loud, Mr and Mrs Salter and three children, Mr and Mrs Gill and family, Dr and Mrs Addison, Miss Foglestone, Messrs Deverill, Besley, Ramsay, and Masary, and thirty six in the steerage.   Agents—Chas. Beck & Co.   17.—The ship Dutchess of Northumberland, 540   tons, Frederick Geare commander, from London   5th August, with cargo of sundries. Passengers       Dr Duncan with two children and tutor, Capt &a...

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

AT a Public Meeting of the Colonists held at the Court House, Adelaide, on the 19th December, 1839, Charles Burton Newenham, Esq., the Sheriff in the chair : It was moved by John Morphett, Esq., and seconded by Charles Beck, Esq.,: — 1. That a Memorial be presented to Her Ma jesty's Principal Secretary ot State for the Col- onies, representing it to be the opinion of this meeting, that that the system under which the surveys have hitherto been conducted is defective, and requires amendment. - Carried unanimously. Moved by Edward Rowlands, Esq., and se- conded by Abraham Hopkins Davis, Esq.: — 2. That is be further represented to Her Ma   jesty's Government, that it is the opinion of this meeting that the colonists ought not to be taxed for the expenses of the Survey, but   that such expenses, under the proposed amended system, oii,:l-.t to be paid out of the monies re ached t?.r iuiid M>ld, hik! tlie lift tunued^ up pliv.l, utithvit <ithmiimi;...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. WKEKLY SALES OK LAND AND HOUSES BY BENTHAM & CO., Every Friday, at their rooms, Hindley-street, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK The great disadvantages New Comers and others expeience in the purchasing of     Land, has induced BENTHAM and Co. to establish regular sales, thus ensuring to buyers (new ar-   rivals in particular an opportunity of purchasing   at the REAL. market value-and to parties selling,   it fair competition for their property.   For particulars of next Friday's sale see ad-     vertisement below. LAND.         TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY BENTHAM & CO On Friday next, December 27th at the rooms,   Hindley street at twelve o'clock-- LOT 1 Building Lot in Currie-street a i.iv -1. Mi.to •lirto | Lot .J. Ditto <)itlo. with i.irye uv«rn ! I.m 4. Ditto, in llauiloii-stit...

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TAXATION_THE SERVEY_ENTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 21 December 1839

TAXATION—THE SURVEY—EXTENSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Thursday evening a public meeting at which all the leading colonists attended, was held at   the Count-house" for the purpose of considering the propriety of addressing a memorial to the proper authorities in England in reference to the following subjects, namely, 1st. The Survey System, and Taxation of the Colonists generally   for the expences connected therewith; and, 2nd,         a Non-official Extension of the Legislative   Council." C. B. Newenham. Esq., being called to the chair, Mr Morphett rose to move the first re- solution. In doing so, he remarked that the   subject for the consideration of which the       meeting was convened were of great importance.         The motion he had to make [?] of the   &amp...

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

KOVAI, VIC T O IC I \ T II X A TK K. Aortfi 'i'trrtu'e, A't'luiilr.. 'IHIiS XV EKING, M.turday, 0.v.n.1.. i 21. L IS:J9, .4 DAY AFTER Tilt: I%FMI)I\G. A .Snug, by Mr Plot,. To conclude with THE CATEttAS'S SOX. For characters mi- bills. The nights of performance during Christum* weel; will be Monday, Tiie?diiy, 'l'litiradiiy, unel Sitmday. VIVAT KE«.INA. The Theatre ran be obtained two nights in •■arli week, lor I'iihlie Meetings, Kir., on uppli • ntiou to the inoptietor. S. CAMKKON. SKLKCTION OK LAND. —Robeut Coc begs to rail the attention of parties in want it iaml to tlw; fact tliilt there will be open fur ct'iui al selection ami tender on the 23rd, IMlh, and aisr instant, upwards of one hiindrpil snri thirty sections, in di«tiict« C, D, and B, as also nt Currency Creek. Inilividuals instructing li. C. to select for then) will require to baud in tlirir land orders to him on or hefoie the 17tk instant. Rosina-blrect, December S, 1839. N. 13.—A number of properties for talc or to he...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. From the [?] spare man [?] by the [?] of [?] we [?] of ever being able to take up the faces of our [?] correspondents. Mr Diamonds letter, with some remarks [?] which have hr.en in tyiie Otate two wnlj, mutt i,g tin lit. oi'tr. The Police liepot', the notice of ihts Thtatre, fee. «r-? <n'*.> w.iuuuuhtj vetai.rd. The notice yfiii? liult <vj 1/firmk tvxuinij, with the /?'?/ of the numerous putty, in our next.

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MAILS MADE UP FOR [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

MAILS MADE UP FOR &OLAND, the C«pe. Mid tbc Mauritius, via tb« Eui.t Indies per Singapore! in a day or two. Svunkv, |>er John Pine, in it day or two. Poar Lincoln. il>Uart Town, mid New Zetland. l?«-r I'nrtir, this day. BiRTIl— At 2ii, Noith-tenace, on the 16th UiMiiit, the l.aly of Oi-or^c A. A««f v. K«rj. RtARUIED—Qn Wclnes.lay tlie -_?sili in?t-' Mr Hlnhy Mjiimsr.i: ttusvv.v.i' a (? Mi>= Kmma Susanna, cl.lest diti^iiter of Nicholas I'ogii. -sntuM, I'.sij , Swu'iisli unj Nu!\v<giui) Consul, i'lyir.oulli. Tliis liny, by tlie Rev. C. B. Huw.ir.l. Joil.v Mien ail. «:li!ost >.J.i ol" Sous Skii'l'i:", K-ij , of ! 'lliorjit; Hin.U-t, in t'ue tuiituy «t' Norfolk, lo [ I'bancks Amelia, oIJcnC <l.?uj''ter f;i Koi.iiiir Thomas, Ks.j., Kiiantro^tiinvy % ot'.i.v.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

KOYAL VICTORIA TIIEATUE, North Terrace, Adelaide. rpUIS KVIiNING, Saturday, Deieinbfr 2P. I IBJ9, NO m For clini ::cters see bills. Favini.o Soil.-, Ma«sF!M.i?. the sestim:!.. m Meet me by moon light," Mr* Mansfield. To I'oinlii.te with, si'tond time, THE SPITFittE. Nights ot |icrloniianec in th.' ensuing wwk will be on Monday, WednehO.iy, TUur?d.iy. I'riday. •nd fiatiirlHy. I'lrmiij AoiW/ii* are in i>rfpor/ir<t>n. S CWii-.HON. I'liinre'or. POttT LINCOLN—For sale, by N. Uailks. lliiKtliy.stieet, several va'.u;li!e town ailot.nrnts, including Water Frontages, at I'ort LiiH'om. ITI-ATION.S 1-OiC IH'SINKSS. —N. lUili:s lias for t>?lc or t-> let sevcvul allwt iih'tiU vi laud in lli<idlt>y. Kutidic, (Ir-tifrll, Currie. and other st.eet* in the most respui'laMe and pt>i>uioiis districts ot t-oii:!i Adelaide For p iniculiirii apjiiy at N. llailcn' Ld i.l t>:liee and Au-Unii Kitniii. il ndk-y-stivi't. rpo\V^ FitKKIIOLD To be sold, a bouse A in N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

MONUMENT TO THR MEMORY OF THE I.ATE COLONEL LIGHT, fll III? Treasurer has the pleasure io announce X tho following subscriptions .— jt*. i. <L Amount previously advertised £oM 8 6 George .Schroder ...I 1 0 John Coltmun I 1 0 Mrs Cultman I I 0 Geotge Duthy ..I 1 0 £517 !•? 6 ~ Subscriptions will be received liy ttic Treasurer,: •t tb«- Dunking oiliccs, at (he Newspaper Offices, and liy tin- Me.'nb is of tho Ouminittce. As it is highly (k-Mi'utiic tii.it operation: sli.,uM be com- > inenreil as e.trly as possible, tli.ise liiemls of the Lite Colonel Light who sire friondly to the objects contemplated, will oblige tbe CoinmiUce by turning forward witb their assistance as jarly us possible. Edward Stephens, Treasurer. John Hancf, Secretary. Adelaide. Ptcemhr 27. 18:)!). A UELAIDti KACKS. Joiuu* Ut. 18W.— JX First Day. Sweepstakes. Ten Guineas each, with Fifteen Guinea* added by the Turf Club. —— Subscriber*. Best of beats—one and a half miles. Mr Hallack-s b g Blackthorn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 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 continued and charged for unless countermanded by six o'clock on Thursday evening   FOR LONDON DIRECT The barque KATHARINE STEWART FORBES Is now about to sail for Encounter Bay and expects to return to this place in about a month, by which time shippers are requested to have there Wools in readiness.             For freight or passage apply to Captain Fell, on board, or to         MESSRS HACK, WATSON, & CO.                       &nbsp...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING . ARRIVED. Dec. 23.—The ship Parkfield, 495 tons, J. T.   Whiteside commander, from Sydney 31st October, and Port Phillip 14th December, with a cargo of sundries. Passengers—Messrs A. Murray, John Brown, H. N. Simson, Marshall, Chisholm, and Piddington. Consigned to Murray Greig & Co., 23.—The French barque Justine, from Sydney, with a cargo of sundires. Consigned to Hallett & Duff. 24.—The brigantine Agenoria, 128 tons, John W. Hurst commander, from Hobart Town 15th Dec., with a cargo of timber and merchandise.   Passengers—Mrs Hurst, Miss Betts, and Mr Anstey. 25. —The schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, James Allan commander, from Launceston 13th Decr., with a cargo of timber and sundries. Passengers —Miss Ann Cassilly, and Mr Malcolm Campbell. Consigned to C. Crispe. 26.—The barque James Holmes, 400 tons, Wm.     Johns commander, from Sincapore, with a cargo of sugar and...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. ADELAIDE, (brig) 250 tons, Simpson—dis- charging cargo from New Zealand. Agent—   David MacLaren. AGENORIA, (brigantine), 128 tons, Hurst— discharging cargo from the Cape, Mauritius, and Hobert Town. CAROLINE, (ship), 450 tons, Williams—dis- charging cargo from London. Agents—Chas. Beck & Co. CHRISTINA, (barque), 350 tons, Bell—dis- charging cargo from Sydney—proceeds to King George's Sd. and Swan River. J. Walker, agent. CLEVELAND, (barque) 400 tons, Marley— discharging cargo from London. Agent—John Walker. DELHI, (barque), 350 tons, Herbert—discharg-   ing cargo from Liverpool. Agents—Charles Beck & Co. DORSET, (brig), 81 tons, Robertson—dis- charging cargo from Sydney. Agents—V. & E. Solomon. DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND, (ship), 541 tons, Geare—discharging cargo from   London. Agents—Chas. Beck & Co. ELIZABETH, (schooner,) 100 tons, Bark— discharging cargo from Swan River...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 28 December 1839

MARKETS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, DEC. 27. Flour (best) 45l to 50l Cheese per lb 2s   Flour (second) 40l to 50l Eggs per doz 4s Oats per bush, 11s to 12s Sugar per ton 26l to 32l Bran per do. 42 to 52 Soap per ton 54l     Rice per lb 1d to 2d Tea per chest 9l 10s     Hay per ton 18l Rum per gallon 9s} in     Potatoes (old) 10l to 15l Brandy per do 14s} bond Do per lb 2d to 3d Holands per do 5s}   Do (new) 4d to 5d Port per doz 35s to 48s Beef per lb 8¼ to 10d Sherry per doz 35s to 48s   Mutton per lb 8½ to 10d Porter per cask 9l Veal per lb 1s Candles per lb 1s to 1s 2d Pork per lb 1s Four pound loaf 2s 6d       Fresh butter per lb 2s 9d Salt do 2s to 2s 9d VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, DEC 12. LAUNCESTON.—Fine flour 40l. to 45l. per ton; seconds 48l. to 50l. per ton; wheat 14s. to 18s.   per bushel; bran 2s. per 20lbs; beef and mutton...

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