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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. September 1—The Abeona, Hawson, master from Hobart Town. September 5—The Speculator, Minns, master, from London. Ships for South Australia :—By the latest advices we learn that there are no fewer than thirteen ships laid on for this colony in the dif- ferent ports of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Among them, besides the Augustus Caesar, still on   the birth, and the David Whitten of 270 tons, the following packet ships are advertised to sail from London, on the dates affixed:— Africaine 350 ns May 5 Pestonjee Bomanjee 595 15 Portsea 551 July 1 Prince George 482 Aug. 25 Susan 577 Oct. 10 Edward 268 Dec. 1 A first class ship with emigrants was to sail from Leith on the 25th May.

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"SLANDERS AND LIES OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

"SLANDERS AND LIES OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE." At length we have brought the cravens to book. The system of cowardly silence under charges which honest men in every other country in the world would not have left unrefuted for a day, was drawing down upon them the sneers of every respectable and right-thinking colonist. These charges were too grave—the facts too specific to be shuffled aside as frivolous or passed unnoticed under the shallow pretence of contempt. That they had been writing for sometime in a fever of mingled impotence and rage was sufficiently evident. To those versant in the symptoms of similar distressing cases, it became certain that they must either sink altogether beneath the accumulating scorn of the public, or make an effort to meet the charges which were no longer to be denied in the lump. The "considerable number gentlemen, therefore, who had agreed to treat with contempt the weekly slanders uttered against a few of them"—finding, as they sorrowfully ad...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1838 DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1838 DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. YESTERDAY a dinner was given to Captain STURT by the colonists to congratulate him on his arrival in Adelaide. Upwards of one hundred of the most respectable inhabitants assembled on this occasion; and we rejoiced to   perceive from the numerous attendance of gentlemen of all shades of opinion that on this occasion at least they had the good taste to lay political feelings altogether aside. An excellent dinner was prepared, and at half past five Captain Sturt, accompanied by his Excellency the Acting Governor and   a large party of gentlemen, was received   with a double salute of guns and im- mense cheering, at the spacious stores of Messrs. C. Beck and Co., by the committee and gentlemen assembled. After dinner Mr. John Morphett read a letter accounting for his being in the chair, addressed by Colonel Light to some gentleman whose name we did not hear, that he decline...

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LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

LATEST NEWS FROM ENGLAND. By the Speculator we have London papers to the 5th May. The following announcements appear in the Gazette of the 25th May:—   Downing Street, April 28, 1838. The Queen has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant-Colonel George Gawler to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the province of South Australia. John Hutt, Esq. to be Governor and Com- mander-in-Chief of Western Australia. Colonel Gawler was expected to leave England early in June, and may, therefore, be expected in a few weeks. The coronation was to take place on the 28th June. There were no political changes of any im- portance. Ministers had carried their motion in the House of Commons, on the 3d May, for a committee to enquire into the management of church property, with a view to encreasing its revenue, by a majority of thirty-six, in a very full house. There were no other general news. The latest advices received in London from South Australia at the sailing of the Speculator were up...

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ENCOUNTER BAY?—ENTRANCE TO THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

ENCOUNTER BAY—ENTRANCE TO THE MURRAY. J. M. GILL. Adelaide, August 24, 1838. We have great pleasure in publishing the narrative of Captain Gill, late master of the Fanny, regarding the entrance from the sea into Lake Alexandria. We observe that the Captain is of opinion that there is no bar at the entrance ; and in so far our former account is erroneous. STATEMENT OF CAPTAIN GILL, LATE MASTER OF THE FANNY. The Fanny left Van Diemen's Land on the 9th June and, when off Kangaroo Island on the 16th, encountered a succession of heavy gales from W.S.W., which drove her to lee- ward. On the 21st, when in south latitude by account 36o 5', and longitude 139o 12',   the gale increased and the squalls with rain were more violent. About half past one, a.m,, the sea broke on board in all directions. We had now shoaled in about four hours from thirty to seven fathoms water, and all attempts to sail were ineffectual, every sea threw the vessel's head round off—sometimes she was above...

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EFFECT OF THE NEW BANK ON THE EXTORTION OF THE OLD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

EFFECT OF THE NEW BANK ON THE EXTORTION OF THE OLD. No sooner was the establishment of a new bank known than down plumped the rate of account keeping in that of the South Australian Company to one half—an admission that to that amount, at least, the public had hitherto been imposed upon. Want of space to-day, even with an ad- ditional half sheet, prevents our inserting many illustrations of the system of disgraceful extortion practised by the Bank. But as a sort of commentary on a late violent attack on the Commissioners, evidently penned by a creature of the bank, for sending " grist past their mill," accompanied by sundry laudations of the more generous and easy rate of doing business in Adelaide, we publish the following account, actually sent by Mr. ex-Resident Commissioner to the Treasury for payment. We need scarcely add that such payment was refused:— Copy.) Bank of South Australia, June, 29, 1838. Hon. J. H. Fisher. Sir—Annexed I have the pleasure to hand you the account of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

        SALES BY AUCTION. CLOSING SALE OF MERCHANDIZE, &c. EX BRIG "DART;" HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE, SMALL STOCK OF WINES, BROWN HORSE, SADDLE AND BRIDLE             COMPLETE. MR. NEALE begs to announce he is in- structed by Mr. POLLARD, who is about to depart for Sydney, to offer for sale by Public Auction, at his Cottage in Grenfell-street, the whole of the remaining packages of goods im- ported in the Dart, and other moveables, on MONDAY the 10th instant, and following day, punctually at Twelve o'clock, without the least reserve.     Mr. Neale takes this opportunity of inviting the attention of private families to this excellent and useful assortment of Goods, which will be put up in lots to suit their convenience. The stock consists of •2 cases of drills and cantoons 1 ditto striped Bengals 1 ditto broad che...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN     GAZETTE.         ALL PUBLIC ACTS appearing in this Gazette, signed by the proper authorities, are to be con- sidered official and obeyed as such. By command,   GEO. STEVENSON, Clerk of Council.         GOVERNMENT NOTICE.       (No. 8.) Colonial Secretary's Office, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in           conformity with the order in Council of August 14, no Brickmaking will be permitted on the Park Land from and after the 14th October next ensuing.   By his Excellency's command,   W. NATION,               Chief Clerk. Colonial Secretary's Office.   GOVERNMENT ORDER (No. 9.) Colonial Secre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

MARRIAGES. September 3.—Joseph Dormar to Elizabeth Teague. 5.—Job Greening to Ann Harker.

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

CORONERS INQUEST. A CORONER'S INQUEST was held on Monday last on the view of the body of a Hindoo of the Donga caste, named Mungra, in the service of Mr. Joseph Bruce, before George Stevenson, Esq., Coroner, and the following Jury :— William Finke — William Pearce Robert Cock — Thomas Davies John Pringle Cole — James Nathaniel Paterson Cornelius Birdseye — David Jones Samuel Chapman —James Marshall William Giles, jun. — Joseph Bell Robert Cock, foreman. Dr. Wright stated that about nine days ago he was first called by Mr. Bruce to see the deceased, who came in ill from the country. Upon exami- nation he found him laboring under pain of the chest and difficulty of breathing. Supposing it to be one of those cases common to Indians— inflammation of the chest—he used such remedies as he thought proper for the case. The deceased gradually became worse, and sunk yesterday. No circumstance having called his attention to any- thing like violence or injury, no examination was made during lif...

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TREATMENT OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

TREATMENT OF THE ABORIGINES. THE future prospects of the natives have been the subject of much solicitude on the part of a large body of our most intelligent colonists; and although, from the scanty provision extorted from the Commissioners' representative either in the way of appropriation of land or funds for the adoption of a system, but little has been yet done, still we are in expectation that the Pro- tector of the Aborigines will, at no distant period, receive independent and sufficient au- thority to arrange some decided plan for their present comfort and instruction and, as we hope, for their ultimate civilization. Her Majesty's Government has solemnly decided that the na- tive inhabitants of these countries are for the future to be considered and treated as British subjects, and it is but reasonable to suppose that it will afford the means of rendering them worthy of that title. The point at present, most undetermined is the system which ought to be pursued in accomplishin...

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IMPORTATION OF INDIAN LABORERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

IMPORTATION OF INDIAN LABORERS. WE are not now disposed to discuss the question of the importation of Indians as la-   borers. Our object is at present limited to a point which a perusal of the evidence given at the coroner's inquest on the body of a Hill Coolie will probably suggest to our readers, as it has done to the jury before which that evidence was taken. It is quite clear that these poor men ought to have some protection from the misconduct, neglect, or cupidity of their masters ; and we have great pleasure in stating that his Excellency the Acting Governor has promptly determined to make formal com- munications on the subject to the Colonial office and to the Indian Government. The result will, no doubt, be either the prohibition of such importations altogether, or the ap- pointment of a qualified person to act as their protector, to whom in cases of ill-treatment they can appeal. ON DIT.—lt was reported yesterday, on the authority of Mr. John Brown, that he h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

DEACON'S HOTEL, AND COFFEE AND BOARDING HOUSE,   NEAR THE CHURCH, ADELAIDE.   GENTLEMEN and FAMILIES can be ac-   commodated with Board and Separate Bed-   rooms, on reasonable terms. Hot Joints Daily. N.B. A small consignment of very fine Seal Oil, also some superfine Stock-keepers' Boots and Coats. WANTED in South Adelaide a house with   two rooms, or lodgings where there is     attendance for a single gentleman. Apply to Mr. Defame, Printer, and Agent for the "South Australian Gazette" Stephens-street, near the Bank. August 16, 1838. FOR SALE. AN ELIGIBLE OPPORTUNITY is offered   of purchasing land in HINDMARSH TOWN. The proprietor being about to leave the Colony is willing to treat for the sale of THREE HALF ACRES, Nos. 99, 125, and 128. Enquire at Mr. Bristow's, near the bridge, and   of Mr. Dehanc, printer, Stephens-place.     TO RETAIL...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 8 September 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of a Tenant in our next. Colonists need not be angry at the Commissioners. They have acted right in the matter referred to.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter of A Tenant, with our remarks on the rights of the Aborigines, in our next. Several articles and communications, in type, stand over for want of room.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. Sept. 6.—The schooner Eagle, Fawthorpe, from Port Fairy. DEPARTURES. Sept. 10.—Lady Emma, Price, for Launceston.     14.— John Pirie, Martin, for Sydney. INTENDED DEPARTURES. Sept. 17.— Henry Porcher, Hart, for Sydney. 17.— David, Hart, for Hobart Town.

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. Adelaide:—Printed and Published by the Pro- prietors, Robert Thomas and Co., at the Printing Office, Hindley-street, where Orders and Advertisements, and all Communications to the Editors, will be received. Price, per annum, (52 numbers) £1. 6s. if called for —£1 10s. when delivered or sent by Post.     Advertisements, not exceeding eight lines, 4s. and 9d. for every additional line. Orders and Advertisements will be received by the following Agents:—   Adelaide—Mr. Dehane, Stephens street; Mr.   Portbury, Hindley-street; and Mr. Nash,   Gouger-street. Port Adelaide—Mt. Daniel Simpson. London—Mr. Wild, 13, Catherine-street, Strand;   and Mr. Capper, South Australian Office. £. s. d. £. s. d. Ale, London, pr hhd. ... 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 Ditto, Ashby, pr barrel ... 8 10 0 — 9 0 0 Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's } 0 16 0 —0 19 0 pr dozen }       &nbs...

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THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1838. CONDUCT OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

THE COLONIAL REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1838. CONDUCT OF THE SOUTH AUS- TRALIAN GAZETTE. WE have been told that this paper is the mere organ of the Government party. If such be the case it is scarcely an indifferent symptom of conscious strength that in no instance can the opponents of that party charge us with listening with one ear only, or refusing to hear both sides. Since the establishment of the Gazette, its columns have been open to all parties; and, although several discreditable attempts have been made to create an im- pression that such was not the fact, the true reason, after all, is to be found in the difficulty in many, and the impossibility in most, cases of explaining or refuting the statements we have made. It is asserted, we observe, by Mr. Mann, the editor of Mr. Fisher's opposition journal, that until his print was established " there was no method of reply to our attacks but by filling the columns and thereby the pockets of the assailants." Now, judging by...

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DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

DINNER TO CAPTAIN STURT. ON Friday the 7th instant a public dinner was given to Captain STURT by the inhabitants of Adelaide to congratulate him on his arrival in South Australia. Messrs. Beck and Co. kindly allowed a part of their spacious store in Flinders-street to be used on the occasion ; and a very sumptuous cold dinner was pro- vided. The wines, unfortunately, were wretchedly bad — indeed, they were all but utterly undrinkable; and many who ventured to do more than taste them have felt the effects of the " horrid potion" ever since! We think some explanation is due from the committee to the gentlemen who attended the dinner. One guinea per head was surely sufficient to pur- chase something better than sloe-juice. About six o'clock Captain Sturt, accom- panied by his Excellency G. M. Stephen the Acting Governor, his Honor the Judge, the Advocate-general, Messrs. Eyre, Anstey, and a large party of gentlemen, entered the room, and was received by the company assembled with great...

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EXPEDITION TO ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register — 15 September 1838

EXPEDITION TO ENCOUNTER BAY. CAPTAIN STURT left Adelaide on Tuesday last for Encounter Bay, to explore the en-   trance between Lake Alexandrina and the sea, and the eastern shores of the Lake up to the spot where it receives the Murray. The questions therefore which have so long re- mained undecided will soon be finally set at rest. We understand that every accommodation within the means of the Colonial Government has been rendered to Captain Sturt. The Acting Governor has appointed him a Magis- trate of the Province—perhaps the only com- pliment which it was in His Excellency's power to bestow; but one which good taste and good feeling could alone have suggested.

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