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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1839

Adelaide Shipping Report JAN. 16.-The barque Orleans, 668 tons, Capt. Cameron, from Liverpool the 5th October, with 40 cabin passengers, some emigrants, and a general cargo.   JAN. 16.- The barque Indus, Capt. Clarke, from Dundee, with passengers and emigrants. JAN. 16.-The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson,   from Kingscote. JAN. 20. - The barque Catharina, Capt. Hahn, from Hamburgh, with German emigrants. JAN. 22.—The ship Bardaster, Captain Virtue, from London in 107 days, with passengers and a general cargo.   THIS MORNING.—The brig Porter and schooner Dorset from Liverpool. The Resource from London DEPARTURES. Jan. 19.—The barque Tamar, Capt. Northwood, for Batavia.           JAN. 19.-The schooner Víctoría, Hutchinson, for Kingscote. Passengers -- Dr. and Mrs. Harvey. JAN. 22.-The barque David Whitton, Captain Wright, for Port Phillip.  

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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NEWS BY THE ORLEANA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 23 January 1839

HEWS BT THE ORLEANA. We have been favoured by the Captain of the   Orleana with English papers up to the 4th October, and we have given as copious extracts from these as our limits will permit. From the last number of the South Australian Record we extract the report of a dinner given to R. Gouger, Esq., bj the friends of the Colony in Birmingham and its neighbourhood, and we are glad to find from it that his South Australian ardour is not damped by a visit to his native land. Mr.   Gouger's speech is free from show and ostentation, and with great good sense he has devoted the op- portunity to detailing the real state and prospects of the Colony, and, by a strict adherence to facts, disarms criticism, and furnishes to our English friends a very good sketch of South Australia as it is, and as it is expected to be. The interest created at home by our rapid and prosperous advancement, continues unabated, in- deed it may be considered es rather increasing ; the...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. A. £ i. à. Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 16 -0 to 1 0 f> London, per hud. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 A-hby's, pei barre*/.. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 O n Colonial, .. bbd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0^} Beef, per tierce. 6 0 0 9 0 0 fresh, lb. tO .. 1 0 Butter, fresh, lb. 3 0 .. 3 6 salt, do. 2 2.. 2 6 Coffee, lb. 9 .. 1 0 Candles, moulds,lb....... 13 14 dips, do. 10 12 wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 ... 5 0 0 Cedar, per loot,. 6 .. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 16 Colonial, ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,.. 9 .. 1 0 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 1 12 O ..116 0 Hams, per lb. 1 3.. 1 6 Hops, do. 2 6 .. 3 4 f lav, per ton,. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel. 6 0.. 8 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. 10 .. 10 Oil, sperm, per gallon. 12 0 16 0 black, do. 2 6.. 3 6 Pçrter, per dozen. 16 0.. 1 0 0 Landon, hhd. 9 0 0.. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. B 0 0 / Pork, per barrel. 5 10 0.. 6 0 Oj Potatoes, per too.; 12 0 0'...16 0 0 Rice, per lb. 2 .. fe Soap, English, per lb...

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HOLLAND ANS BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

HOLLAND ANS BELGIUM. 1 Amsterdam Oct. 1.- We have received from oar London correspondence the following letter, dated the 28tli of September:-" I think 1 have already told you that Lord Palmerston did his utmost to pre vent Leoj old's visit to this country, who however, paid no attention to the indirect hints that were given him on the subject ; and as this is hère ascribed to the tntisgues ofJI. Van de Weyer, Lord Palmerston does cot conceal his dissatisfaction bo:h with the step taken by Leopold, and the counsels of his Minister. Lord Palmerston is too sensible that the unfavourable turn for Holland which this affair lakes will expose him to reproaches nat only from Holland, but from a considerable part of the English nation, which has at all timed justly looked upon Holland as the natural ally of Great Bi ¡tain, and accordingly cocsiderse very - tiling that weakensthat country,especially if it is dane for the benefit of France, as highly injurious to the interest of England, it i...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

TURKEY. Constantinople, Sept. I2tk.-The English 6eet, so long expected in these parts, has at length made its appearance, or rattier, I should say, a part of it, con sisting of the Princess Charlotte, the Asia, Rodney, Pembroke, and Minden of the hoe ; the Bellerophon, frigate ; and the Wasp, brig ; the 6ve latter vessels remaining in the Ourlac Roads, till the Admita I bironelf, accompanied by the Wasp, now at the Dardanelles, should communicate with Loid Pon sonby, which he did by letter, arrived here Son day last. The arrival of these vess* , .hough,as 1 said, for some time expected, has g'wfif jp^v10 iur' mises and questions of all kinds, wbicn vjere not at all diminished by the assembling of a Grand Coun cil at the Porte, at which three of the English Dragomans attended, immediately after the reception of this intelligence ; but though, of course, nothing positive can be known as to the object and intention nf their coming, lhere can, I think, be but one opinion with regard to ...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

j ' aïrriaiue pipping IStpcrt. I ARRIVALS. JAK. 23.-Brig Porter, Capt. Porter] from Liver pool, with a few emigrants & geneial ijaerchandue. JAK. 23--Schooner Dorset, Capt^-. (rom ditto, with general merchandize. \ JAN. 23.-Barque Resource, Capt. Boyle, from London, 7th October, with 140 emigrants and pas sengers. ! JAK. 26.-The schooner Victoria, Hutchinson, from Kingscote, Kangaroo leland. JAK 27.-Barque Lady Emma, Capt. Price, from Launceston, with sheep, &c. JAK. 27.-Brig Nereus, Capt. Lees, from Sydney, with general cargo. JAK. 27-Schooner Eagle, Capt. Fawthprpe, from Launceston with 750 s'ieep. JAK. 29.-The schooner Truelove, Colton, from Hobart Town, with general cargo. JAN: 29.-The brig Lord Hobait, Sinj>P"°n, from Hobart Town, with 700 sheep. JAN. 29.-The brig Black Joke. II af ding, from Launceston the 25th inst., with 900sheep. THIS DAY.-The .schooner, John Dunteombj from Lan h cestón, with sheep. ~ -f DEPABTtTRES. JAN. 29.-Schooner Eagle, Fawthorpej ce...

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The Southern Australian. Quid rerum atque decens curo, et rogo, et omnis in hoc sum---HOR. Er., lib. 1. ep. 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY,JANUARY 30, 1839. THE ACT 1ST AND 2ND VICTORIA, c. 60. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

grfte Sottnjem gUtsttaltan. Quid verum atque decena euro, et rogo, et omni* in hoc sum -HOR. Er., lib. 1. cy. I, r ll. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY,JA~NCAB.T 80j 1839. THE ACT 1ST AND 2ND VICTORIA, c. 60. ? I " Skill and sagacity in managing the affairs of common life, or wisdom in council and command, is nothing else than an extensive and ready know ledge of the intricate movements of the great ma chine of the social system ; and the high price which this skill and wisdom always bears among men, maybe held to represent two abstractions j first, the perplexing irregularities of the eystem to which human agency is to be conformed ; and then, the real and substantial Uniformity of the movements of that system. For it is plain that if there were no perplexing irregularities, ¡superior sagacity would be in no request ; or, on the other hand, if there were not a real constancy, in the course of affairs, the greatest sagacity would be found to be ol no avail, and therefore, would be in no esteem. ...

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STAR CHAMBER COURT OF ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

STAB CHAMBER ] V. COURT OF ENQUIRY-, OUR Saxon ancestors had in them an innate love of liberty, which may be traced to this hour in the noblest institutions of our father land. To them we owe the right of trial by our peers ; to them the maxim that every crime shall be strictly defined, the evidence confined to the issue, and the onus of proof, and the responsibility of failure thrown upon a prosecutor. Of the value of such institutions no one can have an adequate idea who is not conversant with those of a different nature; the interminable written pleadings of the Roman law, the loose, un satisfactory, and perplexing evidence of the French Courts (witness the causes celebres,) or the abomination of that worst of all tyrannical courts-the Court of the Star Chamber. Our Plantagenets and Tudors I (sounding names and ragged reputations) were so fond of dipping their hands into the pockets of their subjects, and of claiming (good gentle souls) first fruits and tenths, and aids, and reli...

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MEETING AT THE LAND OFFICE FOR THE SELECTION OF SECTIONS AT PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

MEETJXG ATTHE là ND OFFICE FOR TUE SELECTION OF SECTIONS AT PORT ADELAIDE. A meeting tço.k place at the Land Office on Wednesday weeli last, (pursuant to adver tisement) for the'^selection of country sections at Poit Adelaide, at which his Excellency th? Governor, as Resident Commissioner, presided. This meeting wa%< nun^erously and respectably attended,and with a eiagîe exception, .the colon ists seemed to vie with each other in shewing thai respect and attention to the representative of our Qnepn which his station so justly deman J3, and which the colonists of South Australia have ever been ready to yfé!d ! No notice having been given in the Gazette of the selections of land then made, we publish the foll«;wing, the correctness of which may berelied upon: Section A 134 acres, chosen by S. A. Company. Section I) 134 acre«, chosen !»y J. Abel Smith. Section (/134 acres,chosen by lt. G. Symonds. Section I) 134 acres, chosen by S. A. Company. Section G 134acre*,chosenby T. ...

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STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

- » ?-: i STATE OF TRADE. I LEFDS, FRIDAY.-On Saturday last there was more doue than on any market day for some weeks previous, but on Tuesday the market ivas du'l at both halls ; taking the two days together, there has been a fair average business done this week ; prices remain steady a«d the stocks coutinue low. Business is quite as br Uk io the warehouse as of late; for although the wholesale houses have not done quite so much, there ha* b*ea an increase of business done with the couutiy drapers. HUDDERSFIELD, TUESDAY.-Although a fair quantity of goods changed hands to-day, the business done was by no means so large as for several weeks past. In fact, we are now between two seasons, the demand for winter goods beginning to give way for the spring. The light fancy manufacturers are busily preparing new patterns- in expectation ot a brisk trade fur spring goods. Orders are already coming in, and we may shortly expect great activity in this extensive branch of industry. Consequently...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. LARD BROUGHAM AND THE CANADAS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. LARD BROUGHAM AND THE CANADAS. LORD BBOTJGHAM who stood alone in the House of Lords, in opposition to the Canada Coercion Bill, and who promised that he would look after the practical workings of an act, which, it was generally believed, invested the Governor-Gene ral with powers approaching to the dictatorial, bas found in the ordinances issued by Lord Burham, ample scope for the exercise of his professional skill and constitutional jealousy. Those ordinances, it will be remembered, rela ted to the prisoners, who, it was averred, had confessed their guilt, and who, upon that account were banished to the island of Bermuda, with the threat of being executed, without judge or jury, should they return to Canada without permis sion. But the following extract from the Spec tator will fully explain the subject to unprofes sional readers : " The criminal iaw of England was extended to Canada by Acts of Parliament, not repealed either formally or virtually. Lord Durham and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

Soutient Staatralisn <$fätt. npHG following are the terms of the SOUTHERN *? A USTIt A lil A N,which is published every Wednesday morning atthe Office ..cornerof Stephens-place, llundie Street- ». P«KE OF TBE PAPER--6d. per number, or 96s. per annum. Subscribers bare their papers sent to theta if they des re it. ADVEaTisEMtsTs--G lines and under [each insertion) Ss. 6d ; above 6 lines 3a. per liue - 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 Munday, or they cannot bf attended to. Advertisements roust be marked the namlier cf times they are to *»e inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded. Ail subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AGENTS rna THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. LOWSON : John Gliddon, Esq , á Austin Friars; Man elievtey : --1 he Guardian " Office l^eda: -The Mer cury " Office, and s. Heald, Esu., Surseon....

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THE MEETING AT THE LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

THE MEETING AT THE LAND OFFICE. THE Colonists have not forgotten, and we venture to predict they never will forget, the deep and un merited insult of His Excellency the Resident Commissioner in October last, when he was induced to cancel the notice for a meeting of the Prelimi nary Landholders, because he was led to believe that the gentlemen colonists of South Australia could not behave as gentlemen, and could not meet His Excellency without either riot or insult ! - or, in the elegant langnage of His Excellency's hired print, the landholders " wanted to kick up a row after the old fashion." This insult was as ill deserved as it was deep, and indignantly did the whole body of the people repel an insinuation as unjust and unmerited. Now what thinks His Excellency ? Do the Colonists of South Australia "kick up rows" when they assemble     to discuss grave and important subjects ? Do they forget the manners and conduct of gentlemen when they meet one of thems...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

Sales by Public Auction. ----*----- SALE OF STORES AND GOODS AT PORT ADELAIDE. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,   By Mr. J. Richardson, For the benefit of the Creditors of Messrs.   Thomson and Innes, Wine and Spirit   Merchants and General Dealers, on   THURSDAY next, January the 31st, at 12 o'clock precisely, on the Premises at the Port--     THE substantial well-built HOUSE, containing large Store and two com-   modious apartments, and now in full business. ALSO, The Stock in Trade and effects ; a large sail cloth, kitchen utensils, &c. Terms made known at the time of sale.   TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. James Brown, On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday next, the 4th, 6th, and 8th February, at his store, adjoining the Royal Admiral Inn, Hindley Street, without reserve, the following goods, viz. : SUPERIOR tea trays, drawing instruments, bed-ticking, mole-skin, haberdas...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

BIRTH—On the 7th instant, the Lady of JOHN   HALLETT, Esq., of a daughter.   —On the 9th inst., the Lady of B. T. FINNISS, Esq. of King William-street, of a son.   MARRIED—On the 26th inst. at Trinity Church, by the Rev. C. B. HOWARD, Colonial Chaplain, ALFRED HARDY, Esq., to MARY LOUISA, second daughter of C. B. NEWENHAM, Esq., Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 30 January 1839

gotttf) australian <5á?*t& --? COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, December 28, 1338. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND RESIDENT COMMISSIONER directs it to be notified that all outstanding claims against the Colonial Government or Coloniza tion Commissioners must be forwarded to the Accoun tant-General for examination and adjustment before the 31st January next, as his Excellency finds the difficulty of deciding upon long-standing claims every day increasing, and has therefore determined upon forwarding to England all claims incurred prior to the 17th October last for the decision of the home au thorities, which shall be sent in after the 31st Janu ary next. By His Excellency's command, GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. ADVOCATE GFNERAL'S OFFICE, Adelaide, Jauuaru, 19fA, 1839. HTS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been pleased to diiect that the General objt-cts of the following Bill about to be submitted tor the cons'.dereration of the Couucd, be published tor general inform...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. £ *. d. Ale-Dunbar's, per dozen.« 16 0 lo 1 0 0. London, per hhd. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Ashby s, per barrel.. 9 0 O.. 10 O O Colonial, hbd. .. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Beef, per tierce «. 6 0 0,. 9 O O fresh, lb. 10 .. 10 Buller, fresh, lb..«. 3 0.. 3 6 salt, do. 2 2.. 2 6 Coffee, lb. 9 1 0 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 14 dips, do. 10 12 wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, pei tua.r. 4 C O .. 5 O O Cedar, per loot. 6.. 9 Cheese, English, ib....... 14.. 16 Colonnl, ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,. .9». 1 0 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. I 12 O .. 1 16 0 Hams, per lb,. 1 3.. 1 6. Hops, do. ............ 2 6.. 3 4 Hay, per ton. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Iron, do. 18 0 0 .. 20 0 0 Maize,per bushel,..*. .. .« 6 0 .. 8 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. ... . 10 .. 10 Oil,sperm,per gallos,.... 12 0 *. 16 O black, do. 2 6.. 3 6 Porter, per dozen......... 16 0 .. 1 0 0 London, hhd. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 colonial, do. 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel. ô IO 0 .. 6 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,. 12 0 O .. 16 0 O Rice,perlb.. 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

ÓFFQCE OP , TP« SUFBEMÍ Cotna*. Jaiiuart/23,1839. . IT having been represented to me by tie Honor- 1 able the Advocate-rGeneral and. Puhl k£Prose- f cutor of the Province that the Jury Lisles for tbe present yc&r were only completed by the Bench of Magistrates at a late hour yesteiday, and «bat then { «rill not, in consequence, bs sufficient time to oana- ^ mon the Jurors, 1 do hereby order that the Court of V Oyer and Terminer,, and General Gaol ideUvery./v whicb was directed to be holden at the Coakt-house, Adelaide, on Monday the 4th day of february, ba postponed until Monday, the 4th day of March nest, to be then and there holden. j HENRY JICKLINGÍ Judge. - j TENDERS. COLONIAL SECRETAHY'S OFFICE, \ Adelaide, January 25, 1839. IN consequence of the recent destructio i of tba Public Offices by fire-Notice is hereby given that Tenders will be received from parties de ùrousof contracting for the erection of Public Office i on the land reserved for such purposes in Victoria S...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. Manns letter, in answer to the Editor, in our next. Articles on the Survey, the Session of Oyer and Ter miner, the Government House Jobbery, and the Jury List, have been excluded from press of matter, and will appear in our next. We have prepared a continuation of the orlick cn the Siar Chamber and Court of Enquiry, but the want of space compels vs unwillingly to omit it, though we sholl be. enabled thereby to see what the Gover nor's paper says upon the subject ai threatened: Wc have authority to state that several articles which were saved from the ruins bf the late fire at the residences of Mr. Fisher and Col. Light, have since been carried tiffi. We would recommend the parties /concerned , to return them ijn^edintely^ .._, :

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 6 February 1839

VARIETIES. CONSEHVATISM IN NEW ZEALAND.-Mr. Polack, ¡D Iiis Kew Zealand, gives an account of tlie speeches in a. native parlement, held to consider his proposals for permission to «etile. " One of these hoary an cients arose to address the group ; his name was Mo tarou ; he at fi>«t walked up and down the circle formed by the people to aid t*ie orators giving ef fect to their arguments. After a time employed in collecting his thoughts, he took short runs to and fro around the space allotted. This veteran pre tended to be highly indignant at roy coming among them. The Europeans, he said, were overrunning the land, so that wars in a short time must cease ; and what weie the pleasures left to the people when they should be restricted killing their enemies and preserving their heads as undoubted memorials oi triumph? pointing with his short haiti to those placed on poles that were opposite to us. War was his delight ; it had been the sole pleasure persued by h's ancestors (tenuna) an...

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